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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1871.
JOHN II. OflEnLT, E-lltoranJ Publisher.
Twmdat Xontixo, Dte. 10, 187
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Tlllt DOLLAR WKICKLT HULLKTIN.
John If. Mlnrly na" re11""'1 ul'"
crlil...n pri-" ' Weekly Cairo llulletln lo
0 A)'i-irr-nJm. tnklng It tha cheapest pa
par iiiibllilied in Southern Illinois.
O'DoNOVAK Rossa lias accepted tlio
editorial cbair of the Now-York Era,
an independent weekly newspaper.
Two members of tho legislature are
now sick and Peoria hints at tho un
hoalthiness of SpringGold. Do people
novcr get sick in Peoria?
Senator Alcohn of Mississippi is
tho only southern senator who voted
for Trumbull's amendment. Tho Other
., . , . . . ..
southern scnatori are administration
would not if thov
dared voto with tho reformers.
On Friday last, an indictment against
Win. M. Tweed for felony was present
ed. A warrant was issued, and Tweed
was arrested at fivoVolock in tho eve-
ning. No bail was'allowcd and Tweed
was to have been taken to the Tembs.
SrvATnp TnnvT,mT. .11 nn n a
to deliver that pcodIo. if there arc tucK
vuiid vu v uv
fafeuorU.irl.o Buffer from a worse
eiril Rerricfi tlinn that nf ilm TThWaiI I
States. Tbis is a clear case in nhich
. . i
charity ought to begin at home. We '
can't afford in nrmi oron fnr nl,n,
countries until matters arc changed
for the better at home. Wo micht as
: uuiicr ai uumo. Y0 micnt &B I
.11 v ..i y.p .i t,. I
all on the people of the Fivo
i in New-York city to send bibles I
w uu.uvu. i
" " VII - A V.K WIUIIUU1 U..l.lllinil
asks why Mr. Sumner does not serve
fill tllA ntTlYtldlA ftf nlAnitn... .1 I
u.u..mv v sikuhuub, nuu nays
;p t i. . i ... -
uis rciusai to uo so is DaseU upon re-
eentmont oecause ot tlio change made
by the scnato last year, it is not worthy
of Mr. Sumner To bn sr R,r,o
. tt i
ought to be more bumblo. He docs
not appear to tafco tho chastening of
the administration kindly. Tho emi
nent christians who are now running
tho government will havo to give him
over to hardness of heart.
Claflin pere and Clafllin wiorc ap
pear to be a sourco of considerable
trouble to their affectionate offspring
Miss Tcnnie Claflin recently appeared
at a police court in New-York city and
complained that her venerable parents
wero thorns in tlio aidos of herself and
sister Victoria. Tlieso poor crcaturos
aro to be pitied, since their virtuous
struggles in the path of propriety are
so rudely disturbed by their pestiferous
parents. But really Mrs. Woodhull
hould have brought the old folks up
The Springfield Regittcr sometime
binco suggested that tho general laws of
the state should bo published in ono
newspaper in each county of the state.
The Chicago Poll endorses tho propo
titiou with great heartinoss. Having
procured tho city printing of Chicago
by buying the aldormon, tho "fire
proof aldermen of that chastened but
not altogether purified city, perhaps
the i'oit indulges a hope that it can
buy tho legislature, too, and got tho
printing of the state laws, if tho plan
suggested by tho Register were adop-
Since the fall of Tammany, " mu
nicipal reform" is nuite the fashion in
eity oloctions all over tho country. The
-j yue o, wiereiorm Dusiness
in city government has been doveloped
in Chicago, and that citv U t,n
tain whether it is wiser to eleotstraight
- Z noncgt men. With
.M buy ,oujd
ono advantage. It would v
the look out for corruptiordTei -g
forewarned would hs besn fn.-.-. j
nd at all evouta one wo much rather
ue rooneu ny a proiessionaXWi.r i.
. r.:4 ..i . . 111 lUa
Feom late developements in regard
' to the " reform council" of Chicago
that city bids fair to become noted for
something besides " pluck." It iH
protty well authenticated that tho
Evening Pott bargained for tho city
printing and got it, and also that tho
many appointments in the bestowal of
tlio council wero sold to the highest
bidders. All tho new aldermen arc not
1 suspected of being bribed but enough
are implicated to bIiow that undsr the
. combined misfortunes of its great (ire
a viiiainousjy. corru
it would bo labor lost (o search for ten
men to save tbo ciO'-
This unquaJfa'1 diVajirobntion Villi
which GrrniO !'" fr t,lc pw"1"";0
by the government of tlio telegraph
Hues bn been met, not alono by tlio
JoiBoeralie but by a largo proportion
ol (lie rciMiot radical press also, will
ilmibt fcrve a? a ntiictus to that
project for tho prcent. Grant is as
cunning as a fox, and rather than put
his popularity with his party to too (-e-verc
a tuit, he will let tho postal tele
graph, as ho has other schemes, wait
for a more propitious time. Well will
it be for the country and her frco insti
tutioii!', if through Grant's non-election
to tho presidency for a cccond term,
thut time novcr comes.
Tim evolution wants the right to
vote given to woman in order that she
may have "an object to live for."
" Men have all tho prizes of life to in
spire their ambition and incite them
' to effort," says tho Revolution, " whilo
woman's lamp goes out for want of tho
1 oil that'nothing but n groat practical
' purpose can supply." Which means
practically that if woman was possessed
of tho noblo privilego of going to the
polls and votingfor John Smith for jus
tico of tho neaco or his brother Hill for
rnnafnriln. nlie miht in timn bonnnm
. . , '. , , , ,. ... .
inspired with tho sublime ambition of
filling nun nf tlman nffipox ImranlP. nnd
in order to do bo with credit to herself
and her constituency, sho would imme
diately commence to fit herself lor the
position by tho study of political econ
omy, the constitution and laws of the
United States and of her own state,
county and town. " Woman lacks just
what all ineii have the motive lor
'study and activity which nothing but
a noblo obieot can mvo ." further av ,
o 1 j i
Revolution. "What has become of
tbo old notion, prevalent in all ages of
the world but this, that a woman who 1
. . 1
" looketb well to tho ways of her house-
hold nnd tho proper bringing up of her I
rhiblron iiTmll o,onl. nA
. ' . -.wMbw. -
1 honor lor her portion and rejoice in
lime 10 COmei 1U13 WOUld BCCm to DO
v . ii i
an object noble enough for any woman,
except the woman-suffraciats of tho
'time to come?" This would seem to be
I nineteenth century.
Si. oomo dreadful man. who has rov-
oroneo inr nn tiinr n.n nn . ., r
DM....... n . . . .
-..uv... "u inosv uis-
t ntriuhm frnilnrnnfinr 1. mt,.vi
" " . .i....iiu un-
bonpoini of her fliruro-is hnr hair white
as to toxturo but gorgcouo as to make-up.
Tf alr of tho tlrst French bonne you
I m5ght moot, drawing a futuro marshal of
Franco in a bubyarrlaco In tbo Tuillor-
les narden. and jirinl.l.i it tliui U. I)
hair, and not tho futuro marshal or tlio
baby-carriage with wliito powder, ond
you would havo a modo! for Elizabeth's
head-dross. It is a qucar mlxturo of tho
vencrabloand tho frivolous. It is coino
such head, masculinized, that old Dr.
Faust' must havo had after his compact
with Mcphistophclcs for rejunovation."
tSy Sir 'William Jcnnnr, who was born
in 1810 nnd appointed somo years ago
physician to tho Priiieu of Wales, has
written several professional papers of high
merit, but Is best known as having been
tho first to ostablisli beyond ditputo the
dlfferenco between typhus and typhoid
fovers a branch ot knowledge which ho
has occasion to u in tlio case of'his royal
t" Minnesota reports tho cuso of a
man who, emulating tho famo of tlio Car-
din" giant, is rapidly turning to stone, bo.
ing already completoly potrillod savo as to
a portion about tbo mouth, throat and
oyes." It is auucu that ho retains a good
appotito ; though, with a slono stomach,
tho uso of an appctito seoins problemati
BQU " A Noblo Woman " is the namo of
Mrs. Ann S. Stephen's latest novol. No-
bio women, injthoso day, aro assumed by
tho misogynists, to bo so scarce, that n
book which tolls all about one of them is
aST1 Goorgo Chuse, formerly a book-
binder nt Vorgonnes, Vermont, but some
timo a resident of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin,
li reported to havo fallen hoir to two mil
lion of dollars by tho death of nartics In
At Junction, fourloon miloi north
of Hugone, Oregon, forty buildings havo
been erected within tho past few wooks.
The town now has sixty or seventy houses.
Iwo months ago it had not ono.
I A ipocial dispatch to tho Now
York Tribune, from Washington, nays an
ffort will bo mnda this winter to induce
Congross to pas a law directing tho re
funding of tho tax collected In 1805-'C7.
To show the growth of tho petro
leum trade, in 1800, a market could not bo
found for 10,000,000 gallons, and thus for
in 1871 tho demand for export alono has
reaenoa 141,000,000 gallons.
Mr. Ooodson, city editor of tho
Des Msinos (Iowu) IU3tter, who died tho
other day from an over doso of chloral, is
iu unve taKoii ninety grains In tho
-.urrcoi MX Hours.
lnllmylUlWint;' llttV0 100,1 I'Ut Up
bulVtb r.lUtlflr?:Mr- CTl0t,who
V ,n 1 c " go, thirteen
veiirinrrn nh tal "MI,M"
iv,. fl " ' "r,t "" "ftor
"A live story, iroii fmnT ,
fifty feet front, will soon bu comnleua
""""""i B1iy "ays from tho signing
7 ;nKinKiionie J. A, Ware, at
NnlirhBin nil., ...i.t-t. . . '
" the Oth
. . .. . ' ' "ve asietnminitin
WHITE HOUSE UEMINISCEN'CES
I1Y AN OLD DEMOCRATIC
VIEWS Ul'ON TIIK POLITICAL IS
SUES OP TIIK DAY.
DEMOOHAOY NOT DEAD EFFECT
OF TIIK ACTIVE POLICY
IN TIMES PAST.
ANOTHER "IimEl'KKSSIBLK CON
Tlio Washington correspondent of tho
Now York World has lmd n prolonged In
terview with Col. Lowls D.Cnmplioll, rep
resentative oi tlio third Ohio district, and
tho successor of Gen. Schcnck. Col.
Ciimpboll was in congress continuously
from 1818 to 1858, and n portion of tlio
conversation was dovotcd to recollections
of those years. In regard to tho assault
of li rooks on Sumner, and tho Brooks-
Uurllriijamo duel affair which grow out of
it, tun loiiowing convocation took placo:
Correspondent You know something
about tlio assault of Ilrooks on Sumner?
Campbell A great deal. I got to the
scnato chamber just as thev wero carry
ing Sumner out. I washed tho blood off
his faco and brought him to consciousness.
I was tho first person ho recognized, and
1 held tho scalp to the proper placo whilo
Llin stirrroon (Vr. llovlo) olltcied unit dross-
Oil tho wounds. Tho next day 1 moved
an investigation, for which I wn threat
ened with punishment nnd death by Homo
of tho excited parties, and had to go arm
ed for self-defence. I was chairman of
tho committee that investigated tho mat-
tor and rcnortcd a resolution for tho ox
pulsion of Ilrooks. Somo Interesting fact
connected with this affair within my know
iC(go liavo novcr yet been made public.
Correspondent AVhy not give them
Campbell I don't sco what good it
would do. Nobody would bo mado hap
pier wero I to discloso them. Sumner
novcr appreciated my sorviccs as a good
Samaritan, and subsequently, when ho hod
an opportunity of being my friond, ho was
mv bitter enemv.
Correspondent The nrooks-Burllngamo
duel affair grw out of that nssault, I bo-
Campbell it did.
Correspondent And you WCro liurlill-
BBJ?. Jf'c,nd'" ??."n.ot;, J
papers still in my possession, beginning
vjamnuiiii -it's : i iiuvu nil lliu uiiumui i
hi il, II HMr.l aT l.nllnirn linn Iit aF Ihn
orccnt Mr. HurHneamo's sicnaturo
tnutitLv v. i
, . , . I
K0 TTw - .iV f
lishcd at tho timo of Iiurllngnmo'a death I
c'atnnboll-I don't know that I read
. bum all. Thoso that I did read were
very wnccuruvu. ivii mu dvuu ivuuui, iiij
traininc Burlinsamo with n rifle, about
uls ipndU marksmanship, shooting a
snake's head off, was silly Action,
very inaccurate All tho stuff about my
1 never saw him shoct off a cun or a pis-
r ; i - .n-.i.-
nvnn n tiorx'iin. btories now come the
rounds about mv old friend "blutl Hon
... . M1.lt.
I Tnnnil. nnfl tnnuirliif of tbo condition nf
v aoo inuKiim iirrmiiruuimus iu
T., f.nmi,ir rllli. " nrn not Ins fool,
ish. Wndo or.d 1 often conferred in tbofo
and wu ccnorallv aureed that tho
besl Wft' 10 lllon y,lin
ntr'irrcssors. Wndo nover expressed to mo
lo or in
I nny disposition to shoot Toombs with my
rlllo or in anv other wov. nnd 1 don't bo
llovo thai Toom lis tiur.-tcil much lor tho
blood of Ohio's tenntor. It may bo re'
carded ns pretty certain that neither of
thorn considered himself rend v for ctornitv
in thoso days. How rapidly they have
progressed in tho great work of prcparn
tion sinco I know not.
Correspondent Hid you regard Brooks
ns n coward i
Campbell Not nil. Ills conduct in
tho Hurllngnmo affair evinced nothing of
that sort. .1 lie management ana diploma
cy of his menu, uen. doo i.ane, wero verv
bad, nnd gnvo mo vantugo ground, of
which I availed myself to extricate my
friend lliirliugaino. Ilrooks' nsaull on
.Sumnor (.coined cowardly, but his explana
tion of tho affair to mo, nnd tho influences
which prevailed over Liiiial the time, wero
of a mitigating charartcr. Ilrooks wns
verv bravo in tho Moxicnn wnr. Mv per
sonal relations with him wero quito in in-
timnto a with liuriiiiiramc. 1 tH-ver re
garded him as cowardly.
Correspondent was jturiingntnu n
man of tho wonderful pluck attributed to
Camnbull llu seemed to liavo amnio
courage during tlio pending of tlio iiH'nir
with lirooKP. u lien no was arrested
horn I bocniiio his bail. 'J'iio peculiar cir
cumstances nf tlio arrest and Ins subse
quent conduct modillcd my opinions on
this point very much. It would bo a lon;
story to givo tlio unpublished account of
these matters, ond tho undor-currants that
woro nt work. Besides, it would not bo
propor now to go into thorn. I will sny
this, howovpr, that tho reading community
wero more humbugged by the nowspapcr
sensations ns to tho protracted danger of
Sumner's soro head, and tho extraordi
nary exploits of Mr. Burlingamo in tho
ilrooks ullair, than upon any other two
subjects tlmt havo been written upon.
Correspondent If tho qtiostlou bo not
impertinent, -Mr. Campbell, I should llko
to know how you got along without being
Campbell Well, personally, I think
many of tho southern members rather liked
mo. jjesidos, l was Known uy them to bo
a llrst-rato shot with pistol and rifle, and
perhaps thoy wero foolish enough to bo-
novo mat 1 might light It cornered. These
fuels may huvo operated as a protection to
somo extent. I wus several times threat
oned, but nov received but ono hostilo
document of . o kind.
Correspondent Oh, you woro dial.
longed onco ? How did you got through ?
Correspondent It was n member of tho
house who hankered for a fight. I simply
moved tlio provious question.
correspondent And that cut oil all do.
Cnmpboll Yes, and spoiled n tight, I
suppose. Hut what has this seemingly
egotistic account of old matters, In which
much gas and no blood was wasted, to do
with tho political bltuation? Supposo wo
uruji u iiuu mrn our utougnis on peace
wno nam nor volar es.
Tho conversation noxt turned unon tlm
lariu mu oi mm, and .nr. Campbell's con
ueeuun wun it ns cunirmun oi mo ways
and means committee, aftor which tho
following colloquy occurred relative to
tho work boforo congross, and tlio passive,
or " possum" policy i
Correspondent What do vou think
win bo tho disputed questions of this scs
Campbell The prosident is "rmsslvo1
on naiuo womingo. no lias caved In on
amnesty, and yields to civil-sorvico re.
form. On tho tarltl'ho is aboiitns definite
and distinct as tho witness who dcscrlbod
tho htono which ho saw thrown by tho
prisoner at tho bar charged with an ns-
limit with intent to kill. Ho said that to
thu bust of bis recollection It was about
mo lzo of a pleco of chalk. Tho issue bo-
vvcen h purely rovonuo tariff and a tariff
v. I'luvucwoii or revenuo win be tlio para
mount purpose of tho bill. Wo will kco
wufcuior rovonuo reform, of wbir
rency questions will bo thoroughly ovor-
lauieci, nnd tho corruptions and robberies
may lio probed as woro thoso of Tam
many. 1 ho people of both parties want
this done, Generally tho questions grow
ing out of tho war will no bv wltii tho
dead past. Tho Africans nro'votlng nnd
win continue to vqlo. Thoreloro, 1 should
llko to fco the democrats plant thomsolves
on tho ground of giving to them liberal
am tor mor l nnd intellectual progress
for colleges. chool. A-. to bo conducted
for tho bxclu'Ivu bencllt of this class of
citizens. I mil froo to avow nivsolf an ad
vocntoof tlil policy ns tho best means of
fortifying the republic. Iam individual
ly in favor of the speedy annotation of
uio uaianco of tho continent it iuoxico anu
Great Hritaln will consent. Thoro will
contlnuo another " Irreprcsslblo conflict "
on tho continent between tho monarchical
and democratic theories until tho wholo Is
undor ono government. Under ono ting
nnd ono constitution I bollovo tho pco
ploof tho continent would have better nnd
chonpor government than thoy now havo
under scpnrato nnd conllietlng forms.
Oncn annexed, wo should have no- further
troublo in ascertaining what Is tho extent
ofthoMonroo doctrine, no moro Fenian
raids on tho northern borders: no more
war clouds occasioned by tho' fishery ques
tion; no more disputed lines threatening
wnr j no moro troublo on tho Mexicnn
border: no moro controversies nboiit frco
coal or frco coffco: no more restlessness
about our " pent-un Utlca."
Correspondent Your procrammo is
pretty extensive. Do vou oxnect tho de
mocracy to adopt that policy I
Olimill.nll nfraum T .1-m'I. JInvcil't
boon long enough with them to press thoso
ideas. "'o know tho party hns nlwnys
been In favor of getting a llttlo moro land.
That has nlwnvs been n tenet of the domo-
Correspondent Whot effect will tho
lato defeats have on tho interests of tho
Campbell Good. Thov will secure
Grant's rcnominatiou bovond n doubt.
Ho can bo beaten moro easily than nny
fresh man tho republicans might other
wise havo united upon. You will sco that
I nm cheerful undor ndvetsitv
Correspondent Yes: but olhors don t
so considor tho puliation. What do you
think of lho"passivo policy ?"
uampocu in unto it is called tho 'pos
sum policy. A peculiar trait of tho 'pos
sum, you may know, is that when you hit
j,imll prcttv EOVoro ,iow ho tumblos over
nnd protends to bo dead. When you leave
mm lor dead nnd to nwnv omo distnnco
ho jumps up nnd scarnpors off as full
lifnng cvor. T nm not n nruinm ,1nmnnrtl.
If our cause is right, wo should bo full of
if wrontr Jet us sny bo. and abandon il
itin nnd mnln n v trnrniu ctriirrtpln Inr It
ill.. . m T t ' i i 11..
iiku mon. irnn. wg iirvto DRnn vnrv m v
U80d n tho lato elections. "What of that?
Tho party has ofttimcs been pretty badly
lrpLe?..bef0IC',1nJ a,d "ot 6,J.C,C",,1, or
niWays a whiir until that party was dead
anu uurieu. 1 remember now
v,'tro beaten by tho democracy in 1838
and 183'j. Vo scared v carried a stato in
..." , mi u uiun i. Su .un. mis
sum business. In December, 1839, our na-
tional convention mot at Harrisburg and
nominated Gen. Harrison without any
tho union; but wo didn't go into thls'pos-
platform. Ho accoptod, and in his short
nttn. on.n.i .. .::..i.
vnai ol tlio ono prcsiucntial
term. wlncli General Jackson
.......n, wiraun, u cxi-ii.
. I ... ... . .1 .
orvthinir before us. Yet four vcars lifter
wards. Wben tho democrats had not vet
icarneu to bo passive, tliey
took up a comparatively obscure man
IJir. I'oiKi anu witn mm beat tno ureal
est statesman of his day, our "llarrv of
I Ifl PSt." t Oil r VPIirS fli f or 1 tint. 1 lin V h If.
party took up (Jon. Taylor, or "Old ltouuh
I and Ready," ns bo wns called, w
platform. Who" jiitf.rrntruii.il nt
pontics no sum no naun t ono I j
lind never voted In his life; that ho was
a whig, but not nn ultra whig. Now, witl
such historical facts ns tho'o beforo us if
there can bo any truth in tho trito quota
tion that history repeats itself, why should
tho democratic party now net 'possum nnd
crnwl into Its holo and growl ?
Correspondent J seo you don't believe
Campbell Fur from that. As well
might thocommanding general of a great
army, long and thoroughly drilled and
disciplined, propoo to li-bund It in tho
face of tho enemy on the ova of buttle,
simply becuu-o tho enemy had moro nu
merical strength, although ho know tho
opposing forco wit? demoralized and that
a largo portion of tho rank and fllo would
desert and como over on tho firing of tho
urstguii. ur to uso anotlier Illustration,
what would bo thought of a protended
champion of tho manly art In tho prize
ring wno in tno lirst round happened to
got a bloody nose would run to his corner
and throw up tho spongo? .Such a pol
troon would novcr win u belt. No. concn.
ding to the republicans llrst blood, and. if
you jilcaso tho tlrst half c'ozen knock
downs tho old democrncv that has fotiirht
u thousand b ittles may retiro to its comer,
spongo oil", tuko a good snort of old Bour
bon, como to time, and win tho fight. I
learned moro about its pluck and bottom
when, on tho now obsolete issue", I fuusrht
uguinst it than I havo learned sinco
1 havo boon in its ranks on tho now ones.
1 regret to seo that somo of tbo old sa
chems aro gottlng weak in tho knees.
correspondent you present your views
forcibly, But who should bo tho candi
Campbell Ah, there's tho rub. Wo
cun And plenty of mon pntriotlc enough
to servo nnd ninny whom l should llko
to voto for. It is porhnps too soon for
thi3 brunch of tho mutter to tako shnpo.
What tho masses of tlio pooplo want aro
candidates who nro puro and incorrupti
ble men, of intelligence, virtue, and
capability. Tho mutter of availability
should not bo lost sight of. Any candi
dal who withheld his support to a vigor-
orous prosecution oi tno wur to put down
tho rebellion would unquestionably bo do-
Correspondent What about tho nlat.
Campbell Tho best platform 1 h avn
ovor known was that of tho union or Bell-
hvorett party of 18G0 "Tho union, tho
constitution, and tho enforcement of tho
laws." But generally wordy platforms
aro great humbugs. Tho masses forget
them, and politicians sot them nsido aftor
mo election, a good illustration of this
is presented by tho action of tho repub
lican party. When thoy nominated Grant
In 18C8, at Chicago, about tho first plunk
of their platform declared that tho "ques
tion of rogulatlng sull'rago properly I j.
longed to tho stales ;" yot boforo (Jrant
was inaugurated two-thirdb of both bran
ches of congress voted for tho llftconth
amondmont, taking nwuy tho right thoy
had just declared proporly belonged to
tho states. I repent platforms aro often
embarrassing and seldom Important.
What is wanted most is a ticket composed
of trustworthy, rellablo, and popular mon.
Tlieso I bollovo confidently wo shall And
In duo season.
Correspondent What do you think of
taking a republican V
Campbell Well, having boon a lung
timo u republican 1 nm not hostilo to thut
class. Much wwuld depend upon his ante
codonts upon how much devilment ho
has bcon guilty of, how many unconstitu
tional and oppressive laws ho has favored,
and whore no now stands j whother ho
pronouncos openly against Grant and his
administration. If tho democracy nru to
to tuko n Grant republican. I should favor
Ulynos 8. Grant himself as tho etrongost
representative man of that class. If tho
coji.iiin.sion ami ronwAimiwo.
J. M. PHILLIPS tc CO.,
(8uccciors to K.'ll. Hendricl( 4 Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
YSI.ibtral Advances irt i iiponrjrff
IpwS ConslKQinontp. tSSl
Are rrepnrpj to receive, itore ani orwArJ
rn-lglitn to all points ami buy nnd
ell on coniinlsilon.
wrnndnesa attendea to promptly
MILLUIt &, PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, I lay, etc.
AGENTS ron FAIRDANK'S SCALES
58 Ohio Levke, CAIRO, ILLS
CLOSE & VINCENT,
Cement, Plaster TAnis,
Corner F.IkII Ntrect nnd Oblo Levee
UGIieral VjOmmiSSlOIl JMercliant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
UllAHLFvS M. HOWE & CO.,
' No. '04 Ohio Lcvco,
G. I). WILLIAMSON.
.V. 7(1 Ohio I.t-VfC,
0 A t it O, I I, t. I N (' 1 K.
and filling onlvr.
JOHN R. l'HILLIS,
(SiiTOenaor to I'nrkcr & Plnllln,)
DEALint IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Moal, Bran,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
MATIIUH8. n. c. UUL
MATIIUSS & UIIL,
AM UENKIt All
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE,
No. 01 OHIO I.KVI'.K,
Between Fourth A Nuth iti
8TRATTON & BIRD,
(Succe8om to SIralton, Hudson & Clark,)
57 Ohio Loveo, Cairo, Illinois.
OfAgf nts of American Fowdcr Co., and man
ufacturori ngentii for cotton varn
DANK ELECTION NOTICE.
AN rlectlon will lm hold at the Cay Nallona
Hank TuexiUr, Jnnnnry U, 1872, lor neven til
rectorx. A. H.SAFKOUI), Cashier.
THE OLIVE BRANCH SALOON
Near Htooo Depot,
KENT LOW, AND FIXTURES AT A HARQAIN
' J T
a J n
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail
COUNEIt :i2l).STUKET ANI) OHIO I.KVKr.,
j. v. ajihi.i:
I ALL I DAY BROTHERS,
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
n KB til ASTM
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
And A ent of
Oblo River Mud Uanawba
70 Ohio Levee,
tf CAIRO, ILLINOIS;
HIDES! FURS 11 PELTS! II
BITBITBT &c 00.
liavo opened alllde Store In Thornton's Block
Tenth etreet, where the highest caah price wil
be paid for Hides, Sheep Pelt, Fura nnd Tul
low, o will pay higher prices thau was ever b
w. it. Monnic,
11. It. UANIIKK
l'ulj. nml U. H. Ccui.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVK STOCK
Asset! V'.MI.Ut 07
NORTH AMKKICA, PA.,
I Aisetl.. 2,TS3,00O tJO
Atel.. 2,M4,110 7
Afiet 1,781,119 SG
INTKHNATIONAt, N. Y.,
Af.'ln. I.SirD'J H
Ariel 700,917 OC
Atrcln. 61 J.C73 88
Assets 615,371 11
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO-
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Aaroti SOWl.OOO 00
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Assets... 1, .',( oc
RAILWAY I'A88ENaEI(8 ABHURANCE
Asset - 00,80
SAL'FORD, MORRIS k CAN DEE,
71 Ohio lTt,
City National Rank, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAGARA, N. T.,
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
Asseti 1 ,008,721 78
HANOVER, N. Y.,
Assets -..7?6,M2 00
REI'UIILIC, N. Y.,
ComprielnK tlio Un Jerwrile r' Agency.
YONKERH, N. Y.,
AiiiIi 878,464 IS
Aset 453,193 23
FIREMEN 3 FUND. 0. ,.
AmetH 678,000 a
HKCURITY. N. Y. MARINE.
Attets.. 1,432,64'J Ou
SToKK, I)vellin. Furniture, Hulls and Car-K'm-i.
luturcl at rales at fuToiahln aa aoun.l.
iwriniurnl nwurily will warrant.
1 r txltwllllllv mmk til thu vltivnm r1 (l.irn .
ahaie oi their airoiiK(e.
DOO UN, NANII, irrci
W. W. THORNTONS:
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT,
13J TENTII STREET,
Doors, Hab,Bllnd, Honldlaft-a,
Eaue tint tern, (wood) Window and noox
rrauio, I'loorlny;, I.th,
MlilnKli Olaced Hash, Olased Hide
Mglitu, Cllnxcil Trnnioma,
Naali WeUliU, Naab Pnllles and CordN,
Blind Fnatcnlnirs, Rooflaa;
Felt, Booting Ccincat, Plaotcrluir
Paper, Carpet Felt, White
Lead, I.tnNed Oil, American Window
UIbkn, Engliuli and French
Plata IaK, Putty, Olailer'n Polnta
Hewer Pipes, Patent Chlmaeyiii
Etc.. Etc., Ble.
AOENT3 lor Roclt Biter Paper Company'
Blieathing Felt and (Juarla Cement,
il. W. John's Improved Hooting always on
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL TAPER, PAINTS,
Putty, llename, Gaaoline,
WINDOW (SHADES, '
And tho celebrated illuminating
DROSS1 BOILDINaCOIt. llTn-ST.