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JOHN II. OWIULr, Editor and Pubtlsheri
Thursday Mornino, Jnn. 11, IS"'-.'.
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if nW) Co.' have reduced the nib
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nerpubllibel mooumern unnois,
AH that vc have to siv. i-. if the
Time is not satisfied with thi? attempt,
it had better sharpen up it. weapon
for nuother attack. Meanwhile, a care
ful perusal of the valuable work, of
" How uot to do it," may be of servktf
to the zealous editor of that parser.
An old lady nsmeJ Tfawby IloUom. z,
a weaver but'a dairy womao, mad six
thou'and pounds cf chee tail innuMf.-.
She has no vote. Of cours no:. Horf
AiiH .j- Clatltn t Wttkly.
But then, dear Victoiia, Mr. Bot-
turn it happy. Any woman who can
perform such a work, must be funda-
Tue financial policy of tne govern
ment, it appear, i to he unchanged.
Iu his ypeech at Philadelphia, a few
days ago, Mr. Secretary Uoutwnll de
clared his intention to continue the re
duction of the public debt, at the rate
of $30,00 i.OOO per year, no matter how
much the people may be ground uWn
by the operation. In the i-ame speech,
he confirmed the report of an offer by
the Rothschilds to take $r00.000.000 of
the new loau, the only obstacle to its
acceptance being the fact, that the sec
retary is not authorized to pay the in
terest out of this country.
Govr.it.NOK W.vnMOTii has appointed
General James Longstreet as major
general of the Louisiana state militia,
and assigned him to the immediate
command of the militia, police and all
civic forces within tho city of New
Orleans, and instructed him to confer
with General KmoTy commanding tho
United States troop- Jtut it does wa
appear that General H. will confer
much, until his views arc complied
with, for he U reported as having said :
I have just heard that General Long
ttrect has been ajwointed chief of police,
and to you had better go at onco to him
and advise him to remove thoo policemen
from the state house. They should tm on
their beats, and ought to buvo been thcro
all tho time, lhavu never seen a t'uno when
martial law wat more ncce-sary, and unless
'omcttnng is uone, I will cfiiuicr it my
duty to appeal to the president and nk
him to declare martial law.
This is rather rough on Warinoth
and Longstreet, and if it is worth any
thing, is a pretty fair indication how
General Emory stands, in respuct to
New Yoiik would be nothing with
out sensations and now it has its fill.
The murder of Fisk with its attendant
excitements, has been a sweet morsel
for the delectation and curiosity of that
city. But, as if to outdo any of hi pre
vious efforts, the last honor paid to the
omnivorous financier tninccnds all
that it has hitherto effected. The pa
geant which illustrated the obsequies
of the Hon. William I'oole. some years
ago, was immeasurably eclip-pd by this
grand manifestation of public grief,
which followed the immortal Fist's re
mains on Monday la-t. Military dU
play, crashing baud of music, a gor
geous cenotaph and the rrtpt viability
of the city, all conspired to do honor to
the man win, in hi.- life, displayed the
hideousncss of nil the vice, and' iu his
death reaped the just reward of a dun
gcrou unda bad man. if ill I'oole and
Jim Fisk'. lVw1twta; ,)is.
honored in their V.yes xw,
B2parated by tho glories oi thet ji, ;
And yet Xew York is not happy.
Tin: very damaging r.r;o: which
Senator Schurz. mado of the X. Y.
yVmej, on Monday last, und iu connec
tion therewith his trenchant thrusts at
the administration, deserves more than
u njiuvi.ii uuiiuu. regret mat we
have not space to give entire his re
marks, which wcro a personal statement,
in refutation of charges made by that
unscrupulous panderer to the behests
of party influence. The senator refuted
ono by oue, the charges. 1st. That he
did not contemptuously refuse the noin
inatiou of Lieutenant Governor of Wis
i or.f. n
cousin, iu iciiii, or reiuso to support
tlio radical ticket at that time. 2nd
That ho did not charge 5250 per week
lor las 6etice3 in that campaign. Ho
uljowed that Uu performed hard service
from July to November, until he was
broken down physKny mij umust
ruineu uuauciauy, witw,ut ,)av mif
.-jto'egt to meet his travelling expenses
rt i ml . l 1 i i
ou. xnai no ueinanueu u iiia.r.(,
cral s commission irom Mr. Linci.,
after his return from the Sp inish mig.
tdou. Ho wan offered, without solid-
tation, a brigadier-poneral'ii rnunis
Hon and served with the 'iTrovnl of
fix wnr. Ith. 1Ual
II1C UOllllir, uuiiiif-
on hi. return m 0""' l'0
tt.o londewl-V o' "e ral",-:l,
i denied )y mn-rriii.tf
to i no
meinour of the
i'.ict that in lSilS,
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re-olittiu.1 fu r.-or of senornl n.it..c,ty.
fitli. That he liad defamed Henderson,
; order that ho miirht secure his place,
is refuted by the well known fact that
Henderson' course on the impeach
ment trial wa the eatic ol In ucleat
in MUfouri. tith. That (Jen. ehurz went
to the Chicago convention with a rev-
olutiouarv intent. '1 In- i very sum-
manly :inwcrcd. by referring to the
column? of the Ttw ol that date,
wherein the senator was highly praicd
for hi cour.-c. 7th. That he wa a
persistent bore at the White House, for
appointment.. If this wa true, the
senator laid, thou the president liked
bore, for he aked him very
kindlr, whv he did not eomt and visit
kia aiw frwatlv ;th. In weard
w Qtaxtsl Fife s appointment as mm- j
ww? wsiea; : wxuew. tu ne was
ifHWii Tttkoat hi solicitation, and
if is uiic for the position tne pros-
ukt. Ad aot Mr. sehurz, ought to
bear the reproach, a the former ap
pointed him on hi own motion. Pth.
That lie had promoted the appoint
ment of his brother-in-law, .Tusscn, as
collector for the Chicago district. This
charge has been denied by Senator
Trumbull, wherciti he showed that
General Schurz had most persistently
refused to aid iu the appointment of
Jussen. simply because he teat his
brother-in-law. 10th. That he refused
to resn I"'1 conimis.iou as major-general
for a considerable time after the
war. This is proved false, by showing
that on the tJGth of April, General
Johnson surrendered ; on the 4th of
May, General Sigel resigned, and on
the Gth of May, General Schurz sent
in his resignation being the very first
of all the major-generals in the army
to resign. We conclude with the fol
lowing trenchant remarks :
You will now admit that this is per
haps one of tho most remarkable cases of
cumulative, intrepid, shamelcs lying that
has dUgraccd American journalism for
For such slander tho Times and its co
adutors will have a frco field, but if its
attacks should come as thick, like locusts,
they will not frighten me away from that
courso which I conscientiously believe to
ho tlio courm of honor, truth", right and
UNITED STATES AND RUSSIA-
-Many reasons have been assigned for
the peculiar friendship which has so long
cxi'tcd between Jtiistia and tho United
Status, and which ha hen so forcibly x
hihlted to tho Grand Dulio Alexis by tho
people of this country. Kx-Sonator James
11. Doolittlc, of Wisconsin, who spent
soma time in Itusssiu in 1807, and had per
sonal interviews with tho Czar, gavo an
explanation of tho cause of such friendly
feeling, in his speech at tho banquet to tho
Grand Duke nt -Milwaukee, as follows :
What is the secret of that sympathy and
friendship between Jiussia null tlio I'nitcd
fe'taies, which all the world sees, re'pects,
and sometimes oven fears ? Thev uro both
young, 'lliereare men living who biivo
seen all tho years of our republic ; and
Kussin, though a thousand years old, Is
still young. They aro crowing powers.
We know and feel our coining destiny in
this now world. Hut the same necessities
which, in Jcilcrson's time, demanded tho
pureha'o of Louisiana to control the mouth
of tho Mississippi, so that our commerce
could How as.fren nit waters to the sen, nro
laid also upon Kussiy, and must control its
policy. .Sixty, seventy, a hundred millions
of civilized people ran not hold free com
mercial intercourse with tlio rest of tho
world through thu frozen si-a, which for
eight months in tho ear i close by ice.
They must and they' will have other out
lets. Tlmy look buumd tho Mick sua to
ward tho Mediterranean, and thoy look
ea-tward toward tho 1'aeiHo, nnd, sir, thev
will go there. Oreat encoring And
thoy ought to go ihoro. Thu interests of
humanity and of free tr.ulo with all man
kind demand it, and it will come. In this,
tho United States symp ithize with Itussiu.
Hut thero aro other grounds of sym
pathy. Itiisssia was our friend when wo
needed friends. During thu darkest hour
of our late struggle, when Xiipoluon and
l'almcrston wore ready to acknowledge
the independence of the south, ami to
bre;ik our blockade, Kussin said, "Sv,
gent I'liiun, hands oil'. The great republic
l my friend, and shall huvo fair pluy."
Uuv. Uuyimd. this iheru nro special reas
ons tor sympathy gtuwUii; ma ,f tb0 Kreiit
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.vim His iii vuu iiiiuii'st Hi ireeuiiiii
'lu'inily, which tho piesent emperor lm
"',i14ii!U unci is carrying into ulleet.
sometimes bo.istingly, of our
tn-l'lMD ',JSf!Pal,u ' of H,,r ' Vi"t' (r"n
' ' 'M'CQ I .11 t f 1 ft fit lit I M (I twill lui
; WZr . !HCl,be.o-ro our
dan nnn m-r. ' :ll"oK Place, set Ireo t!3,
1, imil. Ml . .-uieilMUIOII CUIIIO
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tho nobles and a m..oVitC,l!-, ft'
upon the question of ?-t'if 1U council,
iiuu.i. "iiu ur Hiuioui LltlUt.
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w,.,.u,ui, i giving mem laud, '
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roiorm i will mention now, thu greatest 1
perhaps, next to tho act of emancipation'
ho has introduced in thu administration of
justice. It U.wlnit all true Americans and
Hngllshmen feel to be tho bulwark ofeivil
liberty tho right of trial by jury
Mr. President, I have thus, in a few
words, told n part of that secret, and given
tho ronton why the people of tho United
Stntcs look with such friendly sentiments
Upon Itussla Illld linnn iu nrr.i.nt I',
or Alexander, and these ure the reasons
why everywhere thoy now oxtond such a
Joyou and heartfelt woloomo to our distln
guLhed guei-t, in himself a noblo repro
sontallvo of Itutsla, und of hi, own great
...w. i.inK mmeoniiiiueii cneenng. J
C!u Priteh'urd commenced a speech at
Columbus, rocontly. thus: Gontloinen
and Ladles 1 reckon I am tho fuUat oU
story just now, that 1 over was, Coming
irom Jellor.unvllle, tho other day, Mr.
"'"lib, our worthy Kecorder, stopped
THE CAIRO DAILY 'BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1872.
' Hboari tlio mm nt n station, and JitJt up
posltomo .t'tl'oonly empty so it, tint
end next to tlio window being occupied
ly rolornd man. After looking In vnln
r,r n so.it, -Mr. Smith took tint', ono, mi 1
soon began an Impu lout and inrin-lle
quizzing: ''Aro you traveling?' " io.
not In imrtieiiliir." "Aro you coins to
Columbus1' " Xo." " You had belter
stop oil' .igood chnncofor nbarbrr there,1'
iVc. iN'o eiitisfiiellon being obtained
from Ills sablo companion, -Mr. Smith
iitb.'ldeJ. Then it was his turn to submit
to nuestions : " Do you reside at Colum-
b.u?" "Yes, 1 am the Kecordor of
n.irtliolomow county." " "Well, I outrank
you. 1 am member of uongro?J irom
Alabama, and am on my way to Wash
C. Speaking of books (say! a Now
York luttor), our notorious mayor, Oakey
Hall, ha a tueta I n that line. Ills collec
tion is one of tho Hncst In the country. I
saw one book lie hud mado at a coat of ono
thousand dollars. It Is a history of tho
Knglish stago ; tho lcttcr-pres. Is from
Diirand's book, and the illuitratlons nro
from every conceivable source. The orig
inal book is taken apart, and each page
split and Inlaid on a largo page nbout
thirty Inches long by twenty wide. This
kind of work, bv the way, U only done by
! one man in thi country, though it is quite
common abf0aJ In 'unn book, where
evf 1J thc rcajir,g tj)crc s reference
m!lje any Tion, place or thing, a pic-
ture to illustrate the subject is lounu, anu
that also is split anil lniaiu. o-
pictures, but autograph letters, have been
collected, nml ono or two of Uarrick's aro
among the most valuable. Tho book con
tains the portrait of every actor or actress,
phiy-rlght and play-house that could be
obtained, eithor.ln this country or Kuropc.
Tho wholo wns compiled and arranged by
tho foreign department of a Now York
house that is particularly good at get
ting up rare and curious volumes,
CQi. The boy don't do things now liko
they did when Noah Wobter was making
spelling books. An old man nnmcd
I'leasantville, the other day, found n rudo
boy posting Lydia Thompson leg bills till
over his door-yard fence, and desired him
to desist; but tho young sauce-box told
him plainly ho would not, and slapped on
another picture. "Won't you," said the
old man ; "then I .will fet?h you down."
So ho pulled out a horse-pistol and tired
several shots at him; but this only made
the youngtser laugh ; for tho old man
was cross-eyed, and could not lilt a barn
door. "Well, well," said tho old man, "if
neither words nor a horse-pistol will do, 1
must try what virttto there is In nitro
glycerino ;'' so tho man pulled out a two
quart can of torpedo mixture, and explod
ed it under the chap, who coolly whistled
'if over I cease to love," while the old man
went roaring awav Into tho skv liko a
If. There was an uproarious sceno in
the a."ombly nt Versnille on Saturday,
thooccasion being the reading of a number
of petitions praying for the restoration of a
monnrchy. Some of tlio petitions wanted
Count de Chambord and others Count uo
Ju!a An Mm;;. Tlie i escalation of their
rival claims excited tho partisans of both
princes to frequent ileinointrntum", wiiilu
tho republicans nnd radicals mado n noisy
opjiosition throughout tho reading, which
wns frequently interrupted. The assem
bly 1ms elected presidents of bureau?, i
All but thrco aro conservatives. The
IHshop of Orleans is president of tho bu
reau of education. Tho select committco
appointed to consider tho method of form
ing n new constitution has mado a report
which rejects tho plebiseitum, and declares
it to bo tho duty of tho national n'scmbly
to nuiK-o a constitution.
CsiJ The present occupant of tho throne
os China is ii minor just 10 years of age,
nnd tho government is administered in his
name- by tho Kmprcss Dowagor. Tho fu
turo consort of tho youthful Kmporor has
boon selected, and is undergoing a carefnl
training in tho etiquette of court life. For
three year havo tho looms of Nankin,
llongehau, and Canton been engaged on
tho silk and latins for bridal trousseau,
and they are announced as completed at a
co,t of near half a million of dollar). Tho
marriago will take placo sometime during
the present year. While tho bridegroom,
who nns the tun for his emblem, goej
forth In a ear drawn by elephants, his
brido, vrliis represents tho moon, U to bo
borno to her palaeo iu a palanquin com
posed entirely of strings of pearls.
Cti.The D,il;0 do JJroglie, while
Trench ambassador to England, was
seated at a diplomatic dinner at Earl
Uranvillu'i- next to tho Countess of Dorby.
Tho Prussian ambassador was heated next
to thu Countess, who, jubt before tho ladies
rose from the tabln, remarked to tho
duke, "It will bo oxtromoly disagrecablo,
no doubt, for you to find yourself xhlo bv
shin with tbn Prutsiun ambassador."
Not at all," ruplied M. do liroglie, loud
enough to Ik heard by all at that end of
tho table, "it will bo thu Hr.t time tltut 1
over found myself at tho table by tho side
of a Prussian without having to pay fur
tW Tho Hon. Klishu Cook, n iiiiUto or
Palatine Jlriugo, N. Y, who migrated to
San Francisco in I860, died iu that city on
Sunday evening. 31 r Cook defended with
signal ability thoio members of tho " Vig
ilance Committee," who woro indicted for
""ln lt tukon matters into the
tho"V w'lon l"0 lives and property of
i,'.U i,U!Ul"H. r'mnd 'o protection at tho
hands of tlio , . ,
I-which M . "0;'r,, ""t fmou. c,,ho
of tho Culifor, w,t'
i'lr and it, wa, tl J'
i.L.r.i.tn,,! ...r . , P '""Storly nnd
imk : : .7 "m c""-Uhattho
tho halu," ,0"1 WM "-cl from
rirn 'I'l... t t . ...
' niiiu t o 1 n s.i. I . ..
known as liy.on's (iuiecloll) has dotlnitolv
iii i nns io spend tho remainder ofhJr
u, uii ,ier ueaiiinul estate at Kottlnollp
near i'lorence, at which city Count Gamba
-v. uiuj Mirviving nrotiier, re.ldos. Tho
-narqmso Is now in her seventieth yenr,
but auburn tresses (.how no trace of gray
U4iu, anu nor teeth aro as tound and as
even in those of a woman of 'Jo, Sluj h;,.,
recently wrllton another book called "Per
s.inul Recollections of Lord llyron,"
which Is about to bo printed for circulation
iimorig her friends.
3U A uan calling himself William
Smith, believed to bo from Macoupin
county, Illlnul, near Alton, was taken
Into Galena county poor-homo somo time
ago, and died thrco hoars after entering,
from chills. Tho poor fellow had left
home, to better hlmclf. Tlio address of
his family Is not known, soplcaso pass this
item on. His friends should nddress Mr.
Ycrlngton, county poor-house, Galena,
mm ,i ii - m ii i
ST A device for preventing tho theft
of postngo and rovonuo stamps by dishon
est clerks and ofllco boys has been pat
ented In England, mid approved by tho
post olllco department there. It consists
in simply perforating tho stamps with tha
Initials of tho legltlrnnto owners, so that
other persons to whom they may bo of
fered for salo will know at onco that they
hnvo been stolen.
CayThe New York lndtpendent pub
lishes n tabular report of Its receipts for
the ton years, which ahows that n llttlo
religion in a paper pays, If n good deal
doesn't. In 18C2 lis cash receipts wero
$103,431, and In 1871, tho sum total was
S320.50G. On the first working 4.y of
MVi tho receipts, up to 3 p. m., were $ 8,
CQTL. Judge Treo yesterday overruled
the demurrer filed in tho cases of tho in
dicted Aldermen. Ho decided that Al
dermen wero Included In tho deicrlplion
of judical and ministerial officers, and
therefore amenable to tho statute against
bribery. This decision having been
made, the trial of these cues will com
mence on -Monday next.
fSf' A boy ten years of age was recent
ly brought before a ifcw-York police court
as a witness. Ho said he understood the
nnture of an oath. A counsellor asked,
" Whatdo they do to a person who swears to
a Ho?" The boy responded, "They mako
policemen out of 'cm.'
ti&'A Washington correspondent says
of Grant that ''his odd, lack-lustre eyes
havo loss speculation in them than any
eyes I have cvcrencountercd. " And yet,
by speculation sinco ho became President,
he has mado himself a millionaire.
IS-Mrs. Woodhull lectured In Hasten,
on last Wednesday night, and thero wcro
2,000 puritans whose consciences didn't
prevent them from going to hoar her frcc
Iovo disquisition. They atoned for it,
hoAevcr, by hissing her lecture
S, A Cincinnati paper's head lines to
its Xonia telegram : " Father and Son in
the penitentiary Another Son at the He.
form Farm, nnd tho Wife divorced God
in tho Constitution."
K. Judgo W. T. Parker, u prominent
member of tho bar nnd Judgo of the Du
buque, la., circuit court, died nt Dubuquo
yesterday morning, after a shcrt illness.
Tho legislature of Utah convened
A Purls tolegram say9 Uiat -Minister
AVashburn lias gone to Nico for tho
benefit of his health.
Tho Postotlleo Department has agreed
to receive mutilated currency in payment
for postago stamps.
A largo omnibus stable was burned
in liloomington, III., yesterday. N'ino val
uablo horses perished.
Tho board of civil service examiners
find no provision mado for bringing appli
cants to Washington for examination.
Tho Democratic caucus at Colum
bus, O., last niglit nominated Geo. .W.
Morgan for United States Senator.
II. E. Pinn nnd A. II. Dickinson
both colored, havo been elected aldermen
nt Memphis, and wero sworn In yesterday.
Tho physicians nttending upon tho
I'rinco of Wales havo discontinued their
bulletins. Tlio Prince is progressing sat
fuetorily. Tho Senn'.e, this afternoon, cohllrmed
Fredrick II. Grant, to bo second Untenant
rice Pierce, deceased, In tho fourth regi
ment of cavalry.
Gov. ilowell has offered a reward ot
$1,000 for tho capturoof Mitchell, David
and Scott, tho supposed Windsor Locks
l'rlvnto telegrams from Now Orleans
represent tho excitement thero as Intense.
Tho present condition of affairs is likely
to lead to bloodshed,
The Union Pacific officers deny that
tho passengers who wero recently snow
bound wero prevented from sending dis
patches to their friends.
A tiro at Windsor, Canada, Sunday
night, destroyed tho AnnapolU railway
depot and olovon locomotives. It is statd
that ono innu was lost In tho flames.
Miss Juno Owens, of Pottsvillc, Wis.,
was nhot and instantly killed on Wednes
day Inst by lior brother aged twclvo years.
Tlio lltllo fellow was "fooling" with a gun
which ho did not know was loaded.
(in tho 8th Inst, Secretary lloutwoll
sent to the house estimates of appropria
tions to supply deficiencies for tho year '71
and The aggregato amount Is ono
million two hundred and thirty-two thous
THE FLORIDA CASE,
KV.MOIl TIIVT THE l'UKSIDE.NT HAH UK-
MA.NIlEII AN AI'OI.OOV AND UEIIUNEUA-
rio.v i noM run bi'amhh oovkii.nmkxt.
New Yoiik, Jan. 8. A Herald Phila-
phia dispatch states tbut, in tho courttoof
ajconversation at tho residence of ex-Secretary
Doric, last ivoning, tho correspon
dent was iniurmeu mm rrouuoni urant
hud demanded an apology from Spain,
uoout live nays since, 'i no monitors now
boing fitted out ut Philadelphia aro not
intended to proceed to Spain, unless that
government refuses to npolgizo nnd pay a
remuneration for tho outrage on tho
Honda. ''l0 preiUont doos not think tho
cutragi, an intentional Insult on tho part
of hpaiu but doum it rather tho result of
nudities, of- lubordlnato officers of that
nation. The president is more than ever
determined to exact an amplo npology.
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
l'litf)-, Ilcnrlnc, fiinolliK.,
WINDOW SHADKS, ,
Add Iho cclchmlcit lllmiilimtinj
nnoss' nun.m.NO, con. Utii-st. a
II. LEVY k CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
wool,, rr.iTHEiw, irrc,
93 OHIO liEVBE.
P.L. 1IUYETT, & SON,
Ttnportcr", Mnnufnoturcrs and Jobbers of
IIriiH nul German Silver
B A N I) INSTK UMENTS,
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TER Ol WiiiiheNlui, Wlsroniln,
ArknoulrilKcdcuri' of llnvht'a I)isce, Mat!?
Dropsy, nil uttectlons ot Knln.y, HluiMcr nnd
Uninry oriiam. nlsu Liter truilblc H. f. Chose,
ClilpfJnsl.ee of the Uiilt"l Hint, restoied to
health bv Its use. In sli weeks.
J. V. Wllli. t,fneral ai(nt lor Hid Mule ol llll.
nuln. Wlioles.ile nnd Detail Supply Depot, T.ni,
WrIiasIi Avenue, Uhiraeo, Illinois. All orders ly
mall irnmptly ntteadtd lo. tsend for circulain.
' AGENTS WANTED I'OU
THE WHITE CHIEF;
Twelve Ycim ninoiie l lie Wild IiiiMiiim
nt llic 1-liilni!
ThoUfeot fleorge I'. Ilflden, who JolniM the
Indians and became u celt bratnd warr.or, alounds
In thrilling adventure nud curious information,
and .h proftiiclv illustrated with new and spir
lied ensravinK' of nilvrnttires anil Iho manners
and customs of tho Indiana. The most popul r
and successful book ol the jear. Bells nt sight.
One Knt Just reports t'ls pintle In ono stfk. A
16 pags circular, witn rpecimen pajjes, a largo
poster with 30 tllusliatlons, and terms to aireuis
sent free, by F. A. llt.'TCIIINsON CO., Utl N
Hlxili street, HI. I.ouls, Mo. jan 4 diwly
-7-lI)E AWAKi: AO K NTS WAXTKD EV
V EltrWllEaK. lloys and Girls, Men and
Uorren. A Dollar Jlagatinn anil a sjdendld pre
mium Chroino to cverv subscriber. All tho mar
gin Riien to agents, to per ct. probt. Don't
Addr.ss K. G. ftlCH A CO.. Portland, lie.
SIXTY-FIVE Flit ST 1'KIZE
MAXUFAC rilll i
WM. KNABE tc CO.,
grand, squAiti: and urnionT
These Instruments havo been before the nubile
for nearly thirty years, and upon their excellence
alone attained nn inpurfAol jirwutwet, which
pmnounces them unequaled in
OB-All our Siuart hawi have our new New Irn
proved Ove struiiR cnleatd the Ajraffe Titbit
iter Wo would i all special ntlenllini to our late
Patented Improvements In Oiiimi I'unos nnd
f-QCAiic (iiiAii s,fiiund in no olhee I'mno. wnlch
brings tho Piano nearer perfection than lias jet
KVKHY PIANO VUI.I.Y VVAIUtANTEI) roil
Illustrated dialogues and Price I.i Is promptly
furnished on application to
iVM. K.VAIII'. A CO.,
Or any of our regular established agencies,
FASHION ABLli BARBER,
Cor. NIIi-mI. nml 'ominerclii.iiv.
0"Clean Towels and
owl.adics' and children's hair cut nnd ahain
uooeil, either nt tho shop or nt their on homes,
Irfientleinen'r whiskers and h Ir dved In
artlstierr rimer. Kntistaclinn suaranteeil.
KTETTAUEHS & WINEMAN,
iwroRii as isu juoiifbs or
ID IR, 37 GOODS
120 Mlclilgnn Avenue, Ilclsrveii Mad.
Ivoit nml Monroe,
t'linrleriHl .Mnrrli HI, 1N00,
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAII'.O
A. II. SAFFonD, President;
H. TAYLOR, Vlee.pri.Uent;
W. IIYdLUP, rifcretarv and Treasurer.)
P. W. IUact.iT,
1". M. htocKriLtii
Pal-l ft. He neii.
It. M. CoMvaiiax,
W, P. lUmiiir,
J. it. PniLLin.
Dejioalld of mi y Amounl Iteeelv-l from
Ten renin l'iMiirN.
XNTKKEiT paid on deposits at the ralo ol six
porcent. per nnnuni, .March Island Heptrm
ber 1st. intere-t not withdrawn is r.dded iniinn
diately to the principal of the detiosits, thereby
g'vlng them compound Interest.
MAIIIIIKII WOMEN AND CIIILDIIE.V MAT
so tiiit .so or iwr c dr it.
Open every business day from a a.m. lo 3 p.m.
and baturday evening lor H.WI.Vi DUPOilTS
only, from ti to t o'clock.
miMf W. IITSI.OP, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
OAIB U. I 1. 1, 1 .V (IIS.
W. P. II AI. LI DAY, President
HKNItT L. 1IALLIDAY, Vice Presldenl i
A. U. HAFFOUD, Cashiori
WALTER IIYSLOP, Assistant Cashier,
Hknut L. Halliuai.
ItOBCBT II, CL'.NNtkQIlAW,
W. P. IIalliiiat,
Geo. D. Will umsov, HrriiiiN llnio
A. n. BArronu.
Kxcbnnge, t'olu autl ITnlletl Mtnlca
' IloiiU nought nml Noltl,
DEPOSITS received, and a general banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
PANIIIL JIUIIP, President!
ItonF.ItT W. JIILLKIt, Vice-President i
0. N. IIUOHKS, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PH03IPTLY MADE,
EXC1IAN0K, coin, bank nolea and United
Stutoa securities bought and sold,
InUrrit Alloweil on Time Dtpoatta.
i:ai. entatk af.nt.
C. WlXdTOiN b
"I (SIXONI) t'LOOIl) OHIO I,r.VEK,
CM 110, ILLS.,
UttV AND SKI.!. ltKAL KhTATK,
FUltNISH AliSTltACTS OF T1TL-K
I prerr Contfrnnofi nf Kinds.
IIOOTN AM) HUOVM.
HOOT AND 811013 MAKKK,
llotnem Washington avenue and Poplar e
Iloota and Shnea Made to Order.
Fln Werktnen Kmployed.
CITY SHOE STOKK
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
soLt aoivct roa
IJ O O T S A N D S HOES
C'oiiinirrelnl Avrmip, Corner of RlgUtb
r AIlTlCULAll ATTENTION TA1D TO ALL OR-
de nn ron noorsKiitTR and biioes.
THE TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO.
iMeli ...tVOZ'O 00
HoMcils all kinds ol risks.
octTU Agent, Cairo, U.
COAL! COAL! COAL I
)U QUOIN AND MOUNT CAKBON
C'ommcrcinl-av., Foot of Elcveujli-Bt.
All al carefully weighed at the ytr J on Fair
PULL WEIOIIT WAIWIANTED.
Co delivered on ihe shortest notice in any
psrt of tho cuy, either by thu half ton, Ion or car
Leave order at tho office on Commerclal-ar. a
hfoot of Kiev. nth street. norlftd-em.
H. T. GEROULI);
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
asd rALtt la
Gat Fitter'a and Plumber'a material, Wood
umpi, globe and ang.n valval, atop
cocks, check valves,etc.
also Aor.vT roa
TiiIIn Ilrolhem Patent Ilrj Helen
ind Morehouse, Wells A Co'a Automatic Water
Indicator and supply Valve for steam boiler.
WINTEP.'S nLOCK, COM M EHCIA L-AVRVC E
Principnl Olllco 101 W. Fifth St., CIn. O.
THE ONLY' IIELIAI1LE OIFT ENTERPRISE IN
I N V A L U A 11 h K OIPTSl
To be distributed In
Xj. 3D . 3 X 1ST E ' S
LVIrd Regular Monthly
To be drawn Monday. February 10th, I72.
Two Qrani) Capitals ok
$5,000 KACIl IN GltEKNBACKS !
Two Pruea ofl,000j Five Pntea of 500j Ten
Prines of JIOO, (.ac), n (jreenback I
I Homo nnd Hiifrjjy, with silver-mounted
harness, north $tOO
Ono tlnc.lonc't Rosewood i'lano, worth.... MX)
Ten KnmllyiJewiiiir Jlaelilnes, ivorlh, each loo
l'lo lie.'uv CiiK'il llolJ Hunting Watches
nnd Heavy Held Clii'lr"1! worth, each 300
Five (iold Auitrl"' HunllnR Wntchea,
worlli, i-auli.---"" v.rw r 125
Ten Lndtos' oold Hunting Watches, worth
each - 100
800 Gold sndriilver Lever Hunting Watch- -
ea (iu all), worth, each, from 1 20 to 500
LaJlea' Oold Leontlne Chains, Oont's Oold Vest
ohiilns, Holid and Douhlo-Plated Silver Table
nnd Teaspoons, Photograph Aloums, Jewelry, etc.
Wholo number gifts, 0,000. Tickets limited to
Agents wanted to aell Tickets to whota liberal
Jireinluma will bo paid,
IidbIo tickets l j six tickets twelve tickets,
tin; twrntv-tlvsf 2ti.
Circularn containing n fall list of prices, a de
scription of tho mannri of drawing, and other In
formation In reference 10 Iho distribution, will La
sent to any one ordorlng them. Alii letter must
bo addres.ed lo L, 1), WINK, Ilox 60,
orrtcr, Cincinnati, O
im West h at. norWdavrlT