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phlaaud'Columbua 1.30 p.m.
Ohio Illver route, (eioepl
, 4:00 p.tn,
, 11:00 p. 11.
, 7:00 p.m.
Monday) i l'.w.
Iron Mountain R. K 2;J0.tn.
Ml.. Hirer route, Tuesday
and ytUlT 0:00 p.m
Ihebea, Uooaa latand A Hunt
Ft, lilt., Thuraday & Fri
day ; C:00p.in. T;una.m,
Mayfleld, IHahdTille anil
I.ovelare, Ky 11:00 a.m. t.oup.m.
General I)elirery 7i.'!0a.iii.
(Sunday. 8 to'J a.m.)
Money Order depaattncnl sou a.m.
ltfKltr " " " " - oa-'n
Money .Oritur and lteliler department iij
open on Sunday.
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Preaching, HabUlh at 1U)$ a. ., and Vt r. M.
I'ra)er meeting Wedneaday at 7K r. at.
Sunday Hclwol, 3 r. m. J, M. Lamdeu, Super
intendent. Iter. C. II. Foot, Puttr.
MKTHODJST-Cor. KiKlitli and Walnut Hit.
I'r aching, BatUtli 10J4 a.m., and
I'rayer meeting, Wedneaday, 7j; r. h.
Hunday School ,S e. m. I.. W. Hlllell, rluper
fntendenl. Her. F. ..Tinim-adx. i'aator.
UIIUHCII OKTI1K ItKDKKMKIt-IKpl.copal)
Morning prayer", HabUth W, x. x.
Sabbath ix.hool, 'J, n.
Her. Ma. 0a, Itecter.
Mr. rATitlOK'ri CHURCH .or. Niuth hi. and
?ubllcm:rvlce,S.ibbatliJJand 1UJJ 4. M
Veipera, 3 r. n.
tinday School, 2 r. m.
service eery day, r,,
Iter. P. J. O'ILlioh.n, PritM.
ular meeting H;ond Munday eacti month at tbe
I'rayer room of Ilie Presbyterian Church
Weekly I'rayer meeting, Friday, 7JJ r. ., at
.ho I'rayer room of the Presbyterian chunk,
(,'. l'Akio, l'renldent,
AFRICAN .MKTHODIST Fourteenth, between
Walnut and Cedar.
Service, Hibbath, II x. m.
Hunday rWiool, Vi r. x.
Class S r. m.
HF.COND KHKK-WlLLllAPTIsT-Hfleeuth HI.
Pre. limy, 7,'i r. m. Iter. Win. Jackton, Paitor.
between Walnut and Cedar.
Service! Sabb.th, IS and 3 r. x.
lie?. .V. Idcat, Cantor.
PltHE-WILL HAPTIHT HOME Mlanlua MIX
DAT SCHOOL Corner walnut and Cedar Sla.
Sunday School, x. x.
IHhT FIIEn WILL HAI'TIST CHUKCH-Cur-
Xertlcet.ilabbitlill x. x.,3 r. m. and r. x.
Her. Wx. Kr.ii.tr, l'n.tor.
FlItoTMIHSIONAHY llAI'llsT ClIUItCH-llet.
ween loth and 1 1 til atreels, near Cedar.
I'reachlnt i-'abbMh 10J x. x , and 7,' r. x.
I'pajer Meeting. Wednraday erenlng.
Preaching, Friday ereniug.
hHbballi bi'hool, 1', r. x. John Van Ilaxler and
Mary fctepheni aupenrilendnit.
Iter. T J. biioatn. I'a'to
rjorernor, John M. rlmer i
LleiiUruanl-Gotrrnor, John Dougberly i
.Secretary of Hlate, Edward Hutnmel;
Auditor of Hute, C. K. I.ipplncoil ,
State Trrtiurer, E. N. Ilte ;
Mupt. Public Inttruvtion, Newton llateinan.
Jenatora Lyman Trumbull and John A. Logan.
I'.epreaentatlfo for the Hlate at Ijirje J. I,
Ilepreaenlatiie Thirteenth llittrict John M'
MEMUEKS OKNKKAL ASSEMBLY.
Senatora, lt Pintrlct T. A. K. llolcomb, ot
Union, and S. K. Gitcon, of Ciillatin.
Itepreaentatire, Ht Dl.trict II. Watiou Webb.
Judge V. J. Ilaker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Atloruey-J. K. MiCartucy, ol
Circuit Clerk Jno. Q. Harman.
Hlieritl-A. II. Irrln.
Win, Martin, AM""0r ani Tieaiurer.
Judge r. llro.n.
Aasociatea J.'.E. McCrite and H. Marchildon.
Clerk Jacob 0, Lynch.
Coroner John II. Rotsman.
Mayor John M. I.vudcu.
Treasurer J. II. Taylor.
Comptroller E. A. llurnctt
Clerk Michael How ley.
Marihal Andrew Cain.
Attorney I. H.I'ope.
l'ollco Magmtralea K, Hro and U. Bhin
Chletol Police L. II, Myera,
Mayor John M. Lnnaden,
First Vl7rd-l'. 0. Bjhuh.
Hecond Vfard C. It. Woonwaril.
Third Ward-Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward 3. SlaaU Taylor.
Cityat-Lnige W. I'. Ilalliday and V. Uuid,
JIOAKD OF ALUKRMEN.
FIIHI1 WAIID-Jame Bearden,
ECONI) WAUU It. II. Cunningham,
OIIttTII WAItD-Jainea Carroll,;
O, II. Sense,
7me of Mttttnq.
Die Citr Council meets In imnt aeaaion on
Friday evening preceding the firnt Monday ol
TheBelect Council meets on (he tirxt Wednea
day nnd Thursday, alter the aeoond Monday In
toxnn or Aiitu
The Hoard of Aldermen meets on the lira
Monday and Tucudoy In every month,
COMMITTKKS OK THE COUNCIL.
On JHrtefi Henri. Taylor, Walder, Winter,
ood nnd Melcalf,
Drainage Mearn.CunnlnKliam,Bchiih, Fitrger
aid, Beaio and Ilalliday,
Cnuni Messrs. Wood, CunninghiMi nnd Kleb.
JXilct and Jai-McsrB. Carroll, Iludcr and
Ordinance! Meisra. Seaso, Walder and Taylor,
frt Department MtstTs. ltentden, Bwayne and
ilti.tktti Merara. Hehuh. Winter and o
fritting Meaara.Wodwnrd, Bwayneand Under
SenaM Hesara, Hud,Ktrutton nndMotcall,
f ilealh Tiiejiaynr, ami Mesara. tie
Mi.felnrtlon and Cairoll
FROM NEW YORK.
COL. JIM FISK SHOT AMU KILLED
'Special to ilie Ouro llulletln.
Nw York, Jnti Ctli Col. Jnmci Fltk,
Jr., win )iot nnd killed to-day fit about
oui; o'clock, by n man tinmcd Stoke.. No
A OltACIOUS .AIKSSAOK FHOM HIS
M A J EST Y, THK I'KKSIDKNT.
THK CAK'ri'.ll FACTION 1101,1)
lllVAL LK(JISLATIVK AS
THK OKNKKAL COMFLIOATION
STILL MOUK COMPLICATED.
Nkw OiiliSani, Jnnunry S. The exci''
mcnt throughout tlio city lm W" '''teno
nil tin) inornliif.'. At mi -' lipurtbonp-nruni'lu-s
to tliu Mlinli'c' Ini-tltulo wero
ly tnvlropolltnn police, n lino belni;
thrown directly ucosi thoetrcot tncli Mdo
of thu tiitc hot"io, nt Cutml and nt Coin
inon itrceta. No ono but members of tlio
tiwft.lniiiri, ttiitn nfllntula nnd rcDortert
! wore allowed to fm. Soon after 10 o'clock
u 'omimy oi hmo minim imircncu up
Drynds (trei t timl Mucked iirms in front
oftlioitnto Imufc. There wero on duty
then two hundred und fifty mctroiiolitani!.
1. 1.0 1 5 L A T V k K It K-A fc 8 K M II L E I).
At ten o'clock tho lcsMaturo rc-nfsem-bled,
when some delay occurred in obtain
ing a quorum, but llnolly it quorum wus
announced by Speaker O. H. Ilrowstcr.
Governor Wirmotli whs in the ball of tho
lioufo wben it was called to or-
de, but loon withdrew, and font in the
Executive Depaktment. New Oh
I.EANr), Jnnunry 5. To the honorable
speaker and member of the house of rep
rcsentatlvpa: Gcntlctnen I hnre re
ceived the following di'patch from "Vah
ington: " .NOTE TO HON. J. It. WEST."
"Governor Warmotb' dUpittcli of this
dato to you U received. His report of tho
proceedings of the United Slates marshal
is of such an estraordinary character that I
will have tho matter lnvestigntea at once,
l'lcaso sbow this dispatch to tlio attorney
i.ni.rnl. U.S. GllANT.'
Undoubtedly, justico will be speedily
meted out to the wrong doers ; tbo cata
logue of wrongs has culminated, and re
tribution will bo spceuuv.
II . 0. AVakmotii,
Govc-nor of Louisiana,
To .1. K. "West.
Prolonged cheering followed llie'rending
of thu above.
A remlntlun was oflured. aiiiiointini:
itt.. In invvltlioto tlio conduct Of
ho United Stales inarsbal and bis depu.
t!,. In nrrettinf? the covernor nnd rcP'
rccntntivc6 oi tlio sovereign people or
'J . " m
Louisiana, pronouncing such an action an
About ll:au too extra ecssioii oi mu
but the member did not feel disposed to
quit tbelr scats as tho regular senion
...... , A ! . l M ...... I. -
would commence ui u, anu mu nui:r
remained in his chair.
wero expected to appear before tho hour
appointed lor re nssemonng, out uicy re
II1UII1UU II a i vt w
pellcti from the houso ilurinc tho extra
SCBJiOn, anil UIS SOIll ns u inuuiuur uvcmrcu
vnpfint. Ho could not hnvo obtained ac
cess to the capital, instructions having
been given to the sergeant-ni-arms to au
mil none but members, nnd special in
structions it is understood, were given not
to ndinit Carter.
At 12 Speaker Browatcr called tbo houso
to order. Thero was somo delay, but n
nuoruin was ilnnlly obtained. Governor
AVarmoth camo in a few minute earlier.
nnil wiit ronversinL' witli ono ol tlio mem
Iick. when n nreceiitible stir was created
in tho lobby. All eves wnro turned in that
direction, many looking as though they
oinectcd the ku-kldx to nppear. Theii
fear wero soon rcnoveu mo visuur wus u
- , ..!.t. ..... .
stall' officer from Gcnornl Lmcry, In full
uniform, with a messago to the governor,
stating that tho
UNITEI bTATES TKOOI'S
would co-oncrnto with tbo stato troops an
lnetronolitnns in prefcrvinu order. Half
nn liour later General Sully nnd stall'
called on the governor, tlio general stnt
ng that lio bnd been sent by General
Knicrv to co-otierato with tho troops under
hi command in preserving tho peace, nnd
informing tho governor that hi men wero
under nrm on Knmpart street ready for
any emergency, Tho governor thanked
thu Konornl, atiitlns ""it ho liopod to no
tify him that hi troop, would not bo re
quired ns ho had Jiut received a
COMMUNICATION FHOM CAKTF.lt
wldeh cloarlv indicated that there would
bo no disturbance. Tho following Is tho
Speakek'h Boom, New Ouleanh, Jnnu
ary Cth, 1872 Hon. 11. 0. AVarmoth, Gov
ernor of Louisinnn : Silt In view of tho
extraordinary, illeiral. violent and revolu
tionary proceedings on thopnrtof your
excellency, In conjunction with M. Corre,
E. AV. Dowcc, Cnptnln lladgor, chief of
police. Sergeant Josoph, nnd certain
luruuicni men in tuo coiiiuiuiiuy, to mu
possession of tho speakor's chnir, January
3d. without nuthoritvof law, nnd in viola
tion of tho rules ot tho house, in that you,
In conjunction with snld parties nnd cor
tain member of tho legislature, and pre
tended members thercol, tliu, without au
thority of lit w, and in violation of tho con
stitution ol tins stato ot i,ouisinnn,
your proclamation, and convened tho
gcnornl assembly in extra session in tho
afternoon of January Cth, notwithstanding
said gcnornl assembly was already In ses
sion nnd had ndjournod to moot nt 12
in., this date, and could not bo legally as
sembled at any othor hour, oven by tho
unanimous consont of tho hotly; nnd lu
further consideration that your excellency,
in conjunction with tho parties before
mentioned, and other had men have
f the polico and othor persons of tho hall
of tho houso of representative and Ui'6
oppronchc thereto, with tho vlow cfln
tfmldatlng tho roprcsontnllvcs of tho poo
plo and provontlng n frco and tintram
mclcd, oppression of tho tamo and from
leciilatlvo action, nnd nil this In violation
of tho laws of tho late of Louisiana nnd
of tho United States, and nil this nt tho
TEIII!, or THE LIVES
of tho member ol tho houso of represent
atives against tho pcaco nnd dignity of
tho stato j I, tho legal speaker of tho legal
houso of representative In my own be
half and that of a majority of thoso who
ndjurncdluntll 12 m., this date, officially
notify you that wo shall proceed to somo
hall and proceed with tho business of tho
lecislnturo ns provided for bv tho law nnd
uio oi mo nouso, and shall notiry your
xcollcncy of our action in tho premise.
Kencclfullr. (1. AV. OAnTEii.
Speaker of tho House of Keprrscntatlvc of
ASKED TO 1IESI0S'.
A joint resolution will bo introduced to
morrow requesting Senator Kolloggto ro
Ign. Tho Wnrmothltlej claim that they
have llfty-cicht members, thouirh thero
woro only flfty-threo prctent nt thooxtru
THE IllVAI. IIUUHB.
The Cnrlcrlte mot nt - Uo'nl 'trccl
butonlv r,irtv.nl,.ht -.ember wero pres
ent, nnJ tho ,err;;'''t-,'t-.nr'n was sent in
search of o'"'r' Kcsolutions were adopted
dct)oi",c,n'? uove-nor nrinoin nrbiint-
... proceedings, unu me lonowing was oi
fcrod showing tliu future object of the
I'esolvcd, bv the houso of representa
tive of tho stale of Loui'tann, In session
duly convened, That, whereas false state
ments have been circulated ns to tho ob-
ect und purpose of tho present united
action of tlio democratic members nnd of
tho members of tho republican party op-po-od
to tho ruinous and tyrannicul rule
of Governor AVnrinoth, It Is the duty of
this house to express fully nnd fu'rly tho
object of tho said union :
Kesolvpd, That tho only nnd solo object
of tho snl J united nction is to defeat the
schemes of Governor AVarmoth, and se
cure tho repeal or amendment already
agreed upon by the domosrats, of first.
tlio election nnd registration laws; second,
tho consttbularv bill ; third, tho mctro-
oMtan bill; fourth, tho revenue law.
iho petition was unanimously adopted.
No quorum. Thoso present pissed reso
lutions condemning tho federal authori
ties In arresting stnto officers, etc., yestor
duy, denouncing such action ns revolution
ary, and subverivo to republican institu
tions. A resolution wns nho adopted re
questing tho secretary of tho treasury to
order tne revenue cutler v iiderncss to
and at tlo city of New Orleans, t int the
viiiu or unrgLi to i"j nus;iib on iiiu ruiu .
vessel mnv be broutrht to tho senate. Ad-
His reported lo-nicht that tlic Cnrter-
ites will attempt to take forcible posses
sion of tho state-house, though their nction
to-day indicate a desire to avoid further
Cl.'STOM HOUSE DISHONESTY.
HOKACE GKKKJ.TSV iiiw'oijk THE )
I N V KST I O AT I N U il MITT K E.
New York, Jan. 4. Tho senato com- i
niittee, here ostensibly to investigate our
custom-houie frauds, but sitting In the i
custom-houso and surrounded by custom- !
houso influences, and really preparing to j
whitewash tho custom-house, exnmincu
Horace Greelev. The philosopher, when
asked whether ho would affirm or bo sworn,
answered, "either way." Ho was then
wor;i, nnd In answer to tho president said
tho onlv nbuscs ho know of related to tho
control "of officer of customs by tho dom
inant pn-ty. Thrco or four customs of
flcals nio sent back to tho counties from
which thev enmo to Influenco and coerco
tho election of delegates. Among tho of
ficers so tiding, and, ns ho believed from
information, assigned to particular coun
ties, were Jeremiah Grow, Louis Lans
bcrrv, A. II. Cornel), nnd Addison H. Laf
lin. "Fiftvor sixty of thoso officers, includ
ing tho surveyor nnd naval officer, all paid
out of thn treasury of tho United States,
wero in Albany to control tho organization
of tho stato legislature by promise nnd
threat. A itnes is well assured that Gen.
Ketchum told tho nsscmblymcn from his
county that thev must vote in the interest
of tho custom-bouso nppointees or thoy
would lose their places. Friends noting
with witness told him this. Their names
aro Eastman nnd Gnring. The republican
stnto conventions of 1870 und 1871 wero
cont'ollcd by eustom-houo official.
O. AVhat do vou know of the working
of tho custom-home.
A. AVhat I know is very second-handed
on Oils point, but Mr. Shanks, of our
office, takes cliargu of theso matters.
Q. Do you say tho custom officers
woro paid fur going to Albany?
A. I say they nro drawing their pay
from hero whllo controlling tho logis
Inluro. Q. AVhnt tlo thoy w)h to control ?
A. Tho nomination or n spenker in
thnlr interest. Mr. Smith is a Conkling
man ; tho gentleman who would hnvo been
elected wn Mr. Alvord, n Fcnton man.
Senntor Howe You nro ono ol tho edi
tor of tlio Tribune, Iboliovo?
A. I nm.
O Do vou know which of tho reprc-
scntatives'in congress nro Fenton men 7
A. I shouldn't like to proclaim it bore.
Q I it because thev conceal it?
A. If thev wish to conceal it I should
n't liko to proclaim It. If thoy proclaim
it I needn't toll.
Q. Tho argument isn't quite conclu
A. Thoy might proclaim it and I not
(J. Can you name any representative
who is n Fcnton man ?
A, Yes i 1 might. Mllo Goodrich.
Q,AVhleli wero Fenton men in tho lido
A. Mr. Sheldon and Mr. MeCaithy.
Tho witness then gavo tho name of
postmasters in tho district of Mr. Sheldon
nnd Mr.McCnrthy, who wero succeeded by
Conkling men tinco tho 4th of March.
Ho believed about 100 men wero turned
out of tho custom-house because they were
Fenton men, sinco Mr. .Murphy became
collector. Mr. Grlnncll was removed to
mnko u phico for Mr. Mi'tphy. Mr. Mur
phy nfter that wnsa blttoroptionent of Mr.
Fenton, and n deeldod Conkling man. Ho
wont right to woik removing Fenton mon.
Mr. Pnlroor was replaced by Mr. Darling;
Gen, Morntt, tbo naval otllcor, wn re
moved. Mr. Grlnncll was nolthor a do-
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, JANUARY
cldod Conkling nor Fcnton man. Tho
head of bureaus, collector, nppraisor, nnd
naval officer set to work to mnko rcmovnli
, Q. You nro a resident of Now-York n
long titne, I bollevo?
A. Ye; ovor JO year.
Q. 1 it n now thing In Now-York pol
Klc for office-holder to uso their patron
go to niiiit'thelr party?
A. No; not to net against tho opposllo
party: but it la different n concerning tho
opposition of ono faction ngninst nnothcr
within tho eamo party. I do not know of
tho custom-bouso Interest being exerted to
nny uch extent ns unco Mr. Murphy be
came collector. At tho convention in
18C8, witness believed ho.Ay.a nominated
M n candidate for governor, but was de
feated by tho Conkling mon. Tho custom
house Inlluonco wn lirst felt at tho con
vention of 1870. Mr. Murphy, tho col
lector, then prneticnlly decided tho que
lion of tho cnmUdnlo of governor Jn favor
of Mr. Woodford, but thu trinl of strength
between tho Conkling nnd Kenton parties
was, on tho uppolntinent of temporary
Senator Howe J t is your experienco
4hut every officeholder under every party
i'olt himself as frco to tnko part In con
vontlo nsn If thoy were not office
A. No; I nm pretty suro Mr. Grlnnoll
did not mnko himself prominent whllo
collector, though when u private individ
ual lie was very ncllvo nnd prominent in
Q. AVcro Mr. Mcrrltt and Mr. Conk
ling less active in politics when In tho
custom-house than before?
A. Decidedly, ns regards our dif
ferences between ourselves ; thn in
lluenco of tho cusloin-houso was used
to control the two l&st conventions,
and about CO cu'tom-houso officials,
including tho collector and nnvai
officer, wero assembled at Albany. I do
not know who docs the business of lheo
officers in their absence. I hnvo Informa
tion that Mr. Murphy used regularly to
assess hi employes 2 "per cent, for politi
cal purposes, nnd 1 believe it. I under
stand an assessment of 2 per cent, wns
made the other day to get up n serenade
to Mr. Murphy. Laughter. A party
within a party controls the pntronago for
their own bvnetlt. Before Mr. Murphy
become collector, tho ofliccs wero about
fairly divided between tho two factions,
but after his appointment tho officer wero
coerced and alarmed into conceding to the
views of the dominant faction. I know
one federal officer, Mr. Samuel Mnddox,
deputy collector, who, I beliovo does not
rcsido here. I think it is n very great
public misfortuno when an-officer must go
out because oneparty comes in nnd another
goes out; still more when an officer must
ttn nti. rr n (...tin, ll,rnn..n f l...n
wthIn n party. X nm nforlnct)i ns stnlC(1
j u Ji'HUing
nrticlo in inv paper, that
iiiimy gentlemen would Ireeiygivu nvi
dencu to tho commilteo If its sessions
wero in another place who would bo deter
red by fear of personal retaliation from
To Senator Ciicrly I bolicvo Mr.
Alvand would havo beiiti.n Mr. Smith by
11 votes for the t peakorsh'.p but for federal
officeholders controlling tho legislative
organization. I havo bl ind tho general
order business complained of. Ono officer
Of tho CUStnm-ll01in rnlnplttliej to iio
that ho had to pav un assessment of S10 to
tho sorenado of ex-Collectoi Mtrphy.
Tho witness added t lint ho believed tho
question of the re-election of Gen. Grant
hnd something to do with the roniovnl
il.f utietf llf!ll.U?C.
In reply to Mr. Howe, the witness gave
an instance of how tbo public service i
sacrificed to the interest of a faction by
stowing that men had been let ofl'dutv to
mingle in party politics, and that men nro
appointed who nro vory uselul ns bar
room politicians, out good for nothing ns
To Senntor Howe I beliovo General
Porter and Mr. Itnbcock were sharing the
proceeds of tho general-order business.
Mv Informant Is Mr. Chns. A. Lnmont,
124 AVcst Thirty-fourth street, nnd ho
mentioned to mo tlio nnmo of M. Lindsay,
who know something about it.
To tho Chairman I believe thero nro
men employed in tho custom-honso who
nro not valuable public servants. I
wouldn't liko to mention their ncmcs, ns
It would bo only my judgment. 1 beliovo
there nro employes here latterly than there
used to be.
Mr. Greeley, when naked whether it
mndo nny ditlereiico to a man where ho
gavo his'testimony, if it was all to bo pub
lished in tho newspapers, said he beliovcd
It would. Gentlemen would volunteer to
testify if tho session wns held el -ow hero.
Oaibu CiMMANPEnv, No. 1.1. Slalerl Assembly
at tlio Asjlnm Maonn Hull, firtnnd third Bni
urdava inencli month.
Caiko Coi.vcil, No, 21, l egiiUr Convocationat
Masonic Hall, tlio Keconrl Filduy Incaeh month.
Caiuu Ciupti.h, No, 71. Secular Couvocatlon
nt Masonlo Hnll, on the third Tuedy of every
CaIiui I.opiiCi N.S:i7 1'. A A. M IteKillar Cum.
tmiuk'Utioiis nt MnitnniK Hull, tlio mvoml ami
rounli Mnnrlnv n o enoli montli.
Delta I,niir, No.6C I". A. M. HeKiilnr Cnm
miiniciitiona at Miihonio Hall iimt itinl tliinl
Thursdnya in eneh mouth
AlEXAMrru I.ol hi r . '.v.'l. MeelH In 0J1 I'i llcv. V.
Hull, In Arter'a lluilJIni;, every Thursday nen
nn, nt "o'elOt'U.
M IIOI.I'.NAI'i: hm i:iis.
AV HOLES ALE GKOCKKS,
t! A I It O . ILLINOIS.
A'o. keep constantly on hand n moil com
1 pleto alncl; nf
HCOTCII AND IltlHIl WHISKIES
-ti 1 N H,-
l'ort, Jlnderla, Sherry and Cntawha AVInc
11 SSIATll A C. tell excltialxly for raaji.lo
, which fact they Inviln tho eipecld atl-n-tibn
of elon bargain buyer.
Special attention yiven to Filling Orders,
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AURIGA.
Most Successful Life Insurance Conron.vrio.v or the hjTAnp
Amount or Policies in Force Dec. 31,
Total Income to Same Date, - - -
Net Increase or Kmks in Foncie, 1870,
The I.irRrol AX lurrcnnr ilurliia; the year
Giio'.s Increase ok Kisks in Foncx, 1870,
(Inly tw cnmtianlcs lit tho worM exceed thu groaa Incrnasft during 170.
Tim only rninhnny ulilrh triiaranteea, an a chartered rliht, the urlncinle of I.OCAI, INVEST
IENT IN KAC1I HTATK, In proportion to Ita Premium" or lto-Inaurancn iwuA.
The only .compnnvwlnrl,', ,y t charter, citca EACH 8 1'ATK A ItEl'ItESENTATlVE IN TUB
IOM E liOA It!) OF I . ,:e. Toils.
O-EIsrEDR All FPICB, ST. XiOTJIS'IvIO.
JAMES II. I1KITTON, President.
Henry AV. Houoh, VIco President. Felix Costb, Supt. Missouri Dept.
AVm. Hanley, Secretary. John N. PitiTCHAnn, Treasurer.
C. F. 11 u it n eh, Attorney. K. L. Lemoine, M. D. Mtd. Officer.
Hon. AVm. Kaiinf.h, Consulting Counsel nnd Actuary.
SOU1' H K It N ILLINOIS I) K P A P. T M K N T.
K. P. Uuulinoiiam, Manager.
caieo beaitch: boaed.
The follow ing nameil (jentlomcn hold or control I10,0") maurancf tnch, in the t.llo Atnoclatlon
of A trier ca :
P. AV. IlARCLAY,
11. AV. AVeiiii.
II. II. Candke,
J. M. Phillips,
C. 1 1 AX NY,
It. S. lilUOlUM,
Taul G. Schuh.
I.t'iirn our Itntrn mill I'Inun liofore
Caul L. Thomas,
CO A I, AND WOOD.
WOOD I WOOD ! ! WOOD i !
The undersigned will fitrnl-h
UAHD AKD DRY WOOD
Am t'hcnp, II not I'limper
Than nnv wood dealer in Cairo. Leave urdr
on the idnte nt the I'oatolflce anrl at llo' coal
ard, on Commercial avenue, tietween Tenth anrl
twelfth Mreelrs Cuiro, Illinoli. I Kilo good
tncaoiire nnl willcnrrl the wood up If demred.
auullMf DE.NS'lS 1IAI.EV.
AGENTS WANTED FOK
JE LDEX ,
THE WHITE CHIEF;
Twelve Tears ninoncrtlie Willi ImllnnN
or flic I'lnlnxl
Thol.ifoot fieorK" 1'- Helden, who joined the
Imliiia and lieeamHiircltliralpd warr.or, nlHinrnli
in thrillinu adtenture niirl curlon-i inforiniticn,
and ,M profiutlv illuatrnlod illi new iinrl uplr-
iiud encravinntol iiilrentiiren ntl'I tnu in inneri.
anrl cui(om of tlm Indian. Tliu most popti it
and mcctssful bool; ot thn year, fell at 'Igl't;
rinrt Biwtit iut rlMilt t',ft prvrtt 111 oni we.-V
io"?.iS ? Eiruuiar; T' rm Spi'cnnen priKe. a larne
notcrwltli aolllusitntlon. anrl term toanent
Sent free, by F A. Ill'TCIIINsON V CO., Coi K
Hixth street, St. l.oulu, Mo. janldiwly
WIUF. AWAKE AfiENTS WANTED EV
KlirWIIEKE Iloja and (Jlrlj, Men and
Women. A Dollar MaRanne anrl a splendid pre
mium Chromo to overv aulwcnber. All Hie mar
gin given to omenta. U) per ct. profit. Don't
Addtess V. O. HICII A CO., I'orlland, Me.
SAVE TKOUULE AND EXPENSE,
Michael Dowdwlll lurnWi hiave Factory Kind
ling nice, dry, already-cut wood, In any part of
the city, for 1.C0 a wagon load.
Here I a way to save incalculable trouble In
your houteliol J.
I.eaTe order nt McRautey'a drug More, or ad
drcM them to Michael Dowd, thruuph Ilie po
oillco. Nov lft ;f
IXIUHS, NASII. KTCl
W. W. THORNTON'S,
KU1LDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J TENTH STREET,
Dooi h, Nnsll, UllllllH, MoultllliKN,
En'4Jiiltrri,(Hol) IVIiidowniKl Ilooj
Ernnies, I'lnnrliiff, I.Bth,
MiliiKli'H, tllnzed Nah, llnr.etl Nltlo
Light), iliiel TratiNoniH,
Nusli WelKhlN, Nnili I' till left nnd Cnnli,
Itllml I'liHtenliiKN, IloofliiK
I'elt, ItoolliiR Cement, IMaNtcrlni;
I'liper, t'nriiet I'elt, Wlilto
Lend, I.lnsed Oil, Aiiicrlenu Window
(iliiHN, EiiKlish nntlFreiich
I'lnlo tllnKi, I'nlty, (ilnxler'n I'oInN
tevter 11 jicn I'll tent Cliliimeyii,
I'.lc, Etc., Kte
AOH.NTS lor ltocit Hlvfl I'aper Company'
SheHlhiiiir Kelt and IJuiirla Cement.
II. W. John' Improved llootinj; tdwny on
II I I'KSI KUHS I! PELTS! ! I
BUBNBTT fie GO'.
Have opened n Hide Store luTltornlon's Illoclt
'l't nti Kti t, wliijte ilio h)4l est caah price wn
bn paid for Hull', fhecp pcl'd, l'ura mil Tab
Inw, will pny higher jrrtcea thuu waa ever be
fore paid for the "nine nrticlea In (hi city.
Come and ace ua,
BULLETIN BUILLING, WASHLNGTON-AV.
2A1 XT T IT A L ;
TO ABS011H PROFITS.
1870 of nny Compnny In the World.
John II. Oiierly,
T. J. Kertii,
AV. S. KnnON,
you Inaure In hj- ollior C'oniiniiy.
AG K NTS.
AV. 11. Kerney.
BUllOElt'S NEW STOCK.
MUSLINS, PKINTS, SIIAAVLS, ETC.,
One ot Iho mot attractive dlaplayw ol
lu tho city.
Commercial Av ksuk, iit.twy.en Eiuhth
an p Ninth Streets,
ha every nvaunbla space in hi store room tilled
with New f?ooiw. JJIm xtock I rum
plele, comprising a bcauliful
l'HINIS, 11LEACIIEI) AND TJNULEACHEli
MUSLINB, COTTON FLANNELS, ETC,
A splendid array of
AmonK which ate Iho
Xevvcxt nnd Mont f'nahloimblo
Colors anrl Material.
He ha a large stock of
ou hand, which he will close out at a low figure
before the holidays r over.
Tho ladles will find a largo aainrlmont nf
vtl.leh will be aold cheaper than anything of tho
kind ever aold lu Cairo.
Mr. llurger ha laid In an Immenso alock of
HOOTS, bllOKS, RIIIIIONS, NOTIONS, NECK
which he will sell cheaper than the cheapest,
Principal Oflko 101 AV. Fifth St., Cin. 0.
Till: ONLY REI.IA1ILE CIIFT ENTERPRISE IN
THK COUNTRY I
1 N V A L U A It L E 0 I F T b 1
To bedlvlrilMilerl lu
l.Mnt ItegiiLir Monthly
To bedraxn Monday. February lath, 1""J.
Two Ghand Capitals ok
5,000 EACH IN Gheenhacks!
Two I'ruea of jil.OuO; 1'ive I'nre ofS.Mii), Tia
l'riiea of )1UU, eucli in tlreeiibacliH I
1 Homo und llnxy. with ailvor-mounterl
One lliie-loued Itosewoorl I'inno, worth....
Ten KumllySewliiK Maehlue, tvorlh, eacdi
rue iieuvy uaaeu tioin nuiiiiiiK niiicue
and Heavy Hold Chain, worth, etch 00
Five Hold America i Hunting Watchen,
worth, each 123
Ton I.adio' Cold HuulinK Watchea, worth
800 (iold andHilver Lever IluntliiK Wntch
e (iu ull), worth, each, from .MloSrx
Ladles' Gold Leontlne Cliaina, Oenfa Hold Veal
Cluiini, Solid and Double. I'laled .Silver Table
and Ttiupoon, Photograph Almim,Jeehy,ctc.
Whole nuinbor kII'ik, O.wo. Ticketa Hmiled lo
Aenla wunlerl lo tell Ticketilo wlion. pberxl
premluma will bo paid,
SiDitle ticketa tl i aix ticketa fit twelve ticket,
8lu: twenlv-llve fjo.
Circular roulaining h full Hat of piltea. a de
acrlpllonof the iiiannn of drawiiiK, and oilier In
formation in reference to tho UUIributlou, Willi
aenttoany one ordering them, AIU lettera muil
b addreaTed to L. U. HIKE. Hox M,
arrtct, Cincinnati, 0
lot Wit Mb it. novaMawlv
COMMIWHIQ.N Awn FORWARDING.
J. M. PHILLIPS Si CO.,
(Successor to E n. yt ndtlck A Co., )
Fonvarding and Commission
nikllheral Adrance n
Are prepared to receive, autre an, nrward
rrcl((lita to all polnta ami buy nu
sell on t omuilMlon. 1 -
wnaslnes attenderi lo promptlr
MILL EH !c PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS for FAIUIIANK'S SCALES
68 Ohio Levee, CAIKO, ILLS.
G. D. AVILLIAiMSON.
Jio. 70 Ohio I.evee,
C.A I H 0, ILLINOIS.
rHifelai;ltention niven to consignment
AVOOD 1UTTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO I.11VEE,
OLOSU Jb VINCENT.
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Corner Eighth Street nnd Ohio Jarec
z. x. math uas, c. c. unt.
MATHUSS & UHL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
No. 04 OHIO I.EVEE,
Beticeen tourth Jt Svth Sti., CAIBO.ILL
STRATTON & BIRD
(Succesaora toBtratton, Hudson k Clark.)
57 Ohio Leovce, Cairo, Illinois.
CB-Asenta of American Powder Co., and man.
nxent for cotton varn-
JOHN R. PHILLIS
(SucceMor to Parker ot Phi'.lla,,
FORAV A RUING M ERCH ANT,
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Elour, Meal, Bran,
tjo it. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
CHARLES M. HOWEA-rO.,
FOR AVAKDINO MERCHANTS.
No. 64 Ohio Lovoo,