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JOHN II. OtlKtlLT, IVIIlornnd Publlsheri
FntiiAY Morning, Jan. 12,1871!.
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per riibll.ned in Southern llllno1'
THE New York Ari is after
Urcclcy for trying to beat Grant with
Chase in 18CS.
"If the dead rise not, what alvautaeth l
to them J"
I. N. Gonnr.S and Miss I. A. H. J
Lemons, of Kentucky, were married the
nil,ni- ,Kv Tt win a clear cue. that
Lemons should Goccn to ho squeezed
And she was.
Tue rads of Atlanta, Ga., are sharp.
They got up a ballot bos with n fuho
bottom, but magnanimously allowed
the democrats to keep the key while
the judges adjourned to dinner.
A Child died recently in Missouri.
Hence the following :
Fuhr, mother, Wtr. brother, nil,
Think not though he couM not pcl.,
Thai po ! Nllii-' h-Krt w nlf in,
N'i, forhT jirayprs were dcen.
Wc never knew how much we had
lost by the death of that girl.
Vice-Puesident ColvaX, after all,
is inclined to be merciful. He has
half made up b'u mind to run for and
to serve as vice president for another
term, if the people will have it so. Iu
short. Mr. Colfax smiled agaiu upon
General Grant, and Mr. Greeley ought
to " go out west and buy a farm.
We arc gratified to notice that our
old friend, Henry Hcllcry, ot !:t.
Louis, is not behind the other citizens
of the Mound City in patriotic offerings
to the Grand Duke. One half dozen
of gin and one half dozen whisky cock
tails, were his benefactions. Wonder
if Henry gave instructions to 11. 1. H.
how to imbibe the cocktails ?
The investigation into the affairs of
the custom hou'e. in Sew lork, is
progressing and with damaging effect
to the officials concerned. The testi-
inonv of A. T. Stewart, David Ogdcn
and Whitelaw Ucid, has let the light
into the rascalities perpetrated by Leet,
Loot !c Co. Wu wonder what Morton
and Coukling have to say now, after
their unmeasured endorsement of the
honesty of Grant's officials. Honesty?
Oh I yes. " As the time? go."
It is creating some considerable
comment that Grant does not enforce
the provisions of the ku-klux bill in
Chicot county, Arkansas. Now, we do
not see why there should be any sur
prise about it. That law was intended
for white people. In the estimation of
radical politicians, southern negroes
can not onlv take care of
themselves, but, as i found
by some of their recent achieve,
mcnts, of the white pcoplo also that
is to say, as long as they arc permitted
to live to be taken care of.
Wo have received from the seerc
rtary, I, U. Uayinond, esq., the firt
annual report of the warehouse com
mission of this state. It is a very im
portant report, containing interesting
statistics and suggestions. A complete
history of the acts of the coiniuis-'ion,
wtth the present status of the railroad
laws aud tW.wlition of the r.iilroads
of the state, and c.t0ing important
laeis iu (uiaiiuu uuucui. v valua
ble, especially, in respect to the t,
tions mule concerniu-JC the gradin
gram and the suggested changes in re -
lation to that mbject. We will take
occasion to refer
to this nt another
Politeses3 costs nothing, but few
persons arc aware of it. We paw an in
cident the other day, which eminently
illustrated this. At the depot of the
Illinois Central railroad, Mood an old
German woman, loaded down with
traps and baggage. By her side, was
n largo, coareo bag, full of domestic
und personal effects, which she had
vainly tried to get transported to a
f learner ready to leave and which she
evidently wished to take passage on
Just thtu thoro pasted a young man,
well dresstd and of good appearance,
hurrying to his business. The old
dame accosted Vm al,j pointed to her
tag. Without Lection ho biting the
stack over his hhoulde4 ailj straight
way made for the objects vont and
deposited his load on board, to j,e tat.
ibfaciion of tho woman and with iier
hearty thanks. Wu would have given,
.ontethiugfbrthe feelings of conW
,..m cnjoyotl from
which that young -
1 . .rl lluln. ill savitiir. tliat liif I
and wo in1 ,. . i.i.:Jj.
dmnr , ,r.1rf
. nii Ii ! tn nothiiiL. and even
miMimi. mil oven iii- ' i
'not aw.no of how cheaply he Und nun
is.ered to the nccoMltto of another
and proved him-clf gentle-
It has caussd no little surprise
anion'' moneved men throughout the
country, why at thissea?onof the year
moncy'should be so stringent, not-
ithstniiding the largo amounts Unit
have been paid out by the government
and corporations in the way ol divt
dends. The precise sunn thin placed
circulation, wc have no definite
means of ascertaining, but we feel safe
iu saying that they cannot fdll farshort
of SIOO.OOO.UUO. Yet, from all parts
of the country comes up the cry of the
scarcity of money; more scarce and
dearer than ever before, while bor
rowers arc forced to pay higher rates
than they did iu December ; and wc
have seen it stated that choice mer
cantile paper, which is usually in de
mand by lenders, was placed as high
as 12 per cent, di-eount. It would, per
haps, he difficult to account for this
anomalous state of r-ffairs, as there arc
many causes operating to produce it.
Hut it would not be hazarding too
much to say, that the policy of the sec-
rotary fins more fufluonce on the money
market than all other caues combined.
To say that his course causes distrust
and alarm would be merely stating
what every man who deals in money is
aware of. By reducing the sales of
gold and the purchases of bonds one
half this month, ho will only buj
62,000,000 worth of bonds and restrict
his wlcs to a corresponding degree.
This uncertainty of action, thus cre
ates distrust and consequently em
barrassment in the money market. If
his disbursements were regular and at
stated periods, no such stringency
would be felt. The process of calling
in the debt of the government is going
on, but without any influence on the
gold market, which has really advanced,
notwithstanding the January interest
and the redemption of $20,000,000 in
bonds. Now, if he ' continues this
course, the result will plainly be to
force gold outof the country, and the
fear of this tightens the grip
money iu the hands of tho lenders.
LETTER FROM ST, LOUIS.
(Special Correpon itnce of the Ucunix.)
fit Iris. Jan. 9th. H71.
St. Louis, the pat two wouks, 1ms Icon
unusunlh say and lively. Durins Christ
mas week tho ftrects were filled with h
surging throng from morning tonight, the
incrctmnts on 1 ourth nml Vlftli slroeln, u
united in saying that never in tho same
period, havo they sold us many goods.
Siiturdny preceditig Christmas tho mtail
talcs at "JaccardV tho well-known jewel
ler, amounted to over twelve thousand
dollars, llarr, Duncan A Co., dry goods
merchants, over ten thousand dollars and
many more of Hko amount. New Year's
day was universally celebrated all ovc
tho city, more ladies keeping "open
houses '' than was ever beforo known.
Huiincrs wns suspended, and every one
gave themselves up toUio fcetivUlet or the
day. Tho toilette of tho ladies wore un
usually rich and tasty. M-iiiy received
their friends with parlors darkened and
ns lighted, tho tables were luxuriously
tilled with all tho delicacies of tho season,
and exotic plants tilled tho sumptuous par
lors with their delicious odors. Tho gen
tlemen, as a general thing, wero if
full dress with lavonder neck-tlni and
kids and made their calls in hand
some "clam n cos'1 tit eight o'clock in the
cvcnl!!". When inukiri" our last visit wc
wero informed hy a lovely young mi's
that wo were tho 235th caller there. AVe
wero sorry to see hy tho TIl'I.i.ktik, that
tho day was not so well oheerved iu Cairo
a usual, which iIimh not speak favorably
for tho young men ot your thriving city.
The city for tho past few days has been in
a fi'vor of excitement caused by tho pres.
enco of tho criuul duke, which culminated
in tho grand ball last night nt tho South
ern ; a full account of which you will
see In the daily papers. Wo woro among
tho few that attended tho duke's recentljii
iu tho largo parlor of tho Siulhern last
.Saturday. IIo is a noblo looking, sensible
yuuuK fuUow, ovor six feot In heigh ,
straight as an arrow, nm can bear li s
'uiors wun an easy grace, in rosponie
l" ui address of tho mayor, ho Hepped
iorwu.,1 a little and read his renlv in n
fuM, dlrti,,. , ii,,,i, .!,,,. i,. ,,..i,.i
will, f. i ""to" """o'J "tu
wuu ion. .,cccn( frequently using the
word "7.u" for . .. ;, . ,
i . i ., "e. After tho address,
Introductions full.,, . , . ,P , 1
, . , , . ., '"""id fur half an hour,
which closed tho wsltv,
Ono of tho popular tiu,., ,. .
the present ll.J lis the "ullon! t
over 10,000 biitln having been gWoi.
pant year at ono etab!i.htnont nlono: i?
refer to that of Dr. Adams, on YViuhlm.
tor avenue and Fourteenth street. A. .l0ju
of Turkish bath having been proscribed
to your correspondent ho went through
tho samo and " still lives " to tell tho tale.
On reaching tho door of tho mansion
above mentioned, you pull tho bell and are
at oneo admitted by tho Dr. himself, into
the reception room whore you register
your nuine and rosidence, you aro then
ta'en in charge by u colored retainer who
escorts you to one of u long row of small
dressing apartments, whore you disrobe
and receive a piece of red cambric about a
toot in width and largo enough to go
rounu mo nouy with this vou " trlrd un
your loins," and uguln undor tho ejeort of
tho aforosaid, you aro conducted to a door
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THE CAIRO .DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1872.
T , n Miand ; vou descend n I
nnu ici. ft ,,..,, ,.,.., nnj i
0I1 another door, ntul thoro you are.
jjt h no name. A tiinguliiiiry monster
ii, ti,,mn nr n rml.tiniuW Irisliinnn,
oiml hko vourit f. oize hold of you,
places your hc id undor a stroam of wator,
wetting It well, with n largo spmigo lor
you to place on your head, (duces
a clean white "licet on a
reclining couch, scats you down
on along chair and nsk- you to enjoy
yourself; thero aro four of those divans In
a row. In front of yon a curtain, tlm
other side of which contains four more
chairs near the fiery furnace, tho thor
monctcr In tho hack apartment running to
110, in the front ono 100. After reclining
nwhllo In tho l lOarrangcment, we changed
to tho 1C0 and remembering the fate of tho
throo faithful Hebrew children (Seo llar
clny,) took courage and "sweated" it out,
after becoming thoroughly parboiled, the
monster atorcsnld ngain seized u, and
conducted u Into n smnllor npartmenl
where helald us on a marble slab, removed
tho nforesald cambric, bathed us In tepid
water and at once commenced to knead
and pound us from the crown ot tho head
to tho sole of our feet. Having finished
ono side to his satisfaction, he turned u
over and rained down such n shower of
blows and slap upon us that our flesh
fairly quivered, it wns in vain wo expostu
late., tho demon only chucklel ana re
doubled his superhuman energies, until wo
cave up entirely exhausted; nt this stage,
tho sanguinary monster placed n largo
vcsel of soapsuds besldo u ami witn n
brush made cf sonio lno lore, com
menced n soaping and scrub
bine operation, that was perfectly
delightful nftcr tho torture wo
had been through. While undcrgoing'thls
soothing proceM, wo heard proceeding
from tho noxt coll to us, whero another
victim, who wa undetgoing n shower of
blows, a deep gruff voico exclaim " go
ahead you can't hurt me, I am used to it."
Wo found, on inquiry, that this iron clad
n Uvidual wa a no lcs personage than
tho tragedian. To return to our subject
after tho scraping and rubbing wns fin
ished our red headed demon seized us by
tho ankles and drew us down to tho foot of
tho slab, put us in an upright position, and
immediately lathered our head as ho had
done our body, nnd put us through tho
shampooing operation iu double quick.
He then took n rubber hose with nn
immense strainer on the end, and turned
on the hot water sousing our head and
body in an entire deluge of the same. The
water commenced growing colder and
colder, until clear ioo wator was showered
ivor us causing tho skin to prick like so
many needles. This c!oos all the pore',
ind prevents ono from taking cold. This
is as far as most persons go. It is about as
m'ich as one wants to take. Wo asked tho
lemon if ho could torture us nny farther?
Ho said ho could by giving us tho
"Douche." We were bound to go through
tho whole thing or perish in the attempt)
nnd wo told him to " Doucho '' ahead. He
Immediately let on a column of Ice water
from an aperturo in tho floor, which
stream struck us and raided us up In the
air. How far wo would have gone thorn
is no telling, had ho not nt tho sanm time
turned on unolliur ton inch stream from
bove, which struck nnd lield us until we
eonld gasp out, when wo yelled "Pecenvi,"
which you know, In Iri'h, is fur quit; nnd
quit ho did nt once, ho then rubbed us
with towels, put. a clean sheet about u,
and led us to thodoorof tho 'cooling room'
nnd left lis. Wo were not sorry to purt
from his clutchos nnd told him so. As
ccndlng a tew steps wo entered a large
comfortable apartment, a cozy lire burn
ing in thu grate nnd a long row of divans
stretching across tho room. Wo laid
down on ono of those, wai covered over
with a blanket by nn ntl'-ndant and
f it supremely comfortable. And hero is
whero the luxury comes in. Wo forgot all
aooui tnxc-, insurance, or whether wo
owed nny ono or not, aud if wo did, wo
forgave them from tint moment. After n
thorough 'coulin- olT wo row from our
comfortable couch, adjourned to tho dress
in-room, ib nned our clothe and loft tho
house, tooling n. least n score of vear
younger. 7r la Turklth kathw wo.
Having said to much about tho bath, wo
have but little room to talk about ntivthing
cls In the whv of nniusemctit. wj have
a full supply at the OlympW tho Wynd
nam eoninily troupo aro doing ilnclv at
tho Opera luniso the veteran Fnrret is
drawing splendidly and playing with
grcai ueai m ins out uro I no was un-
usunlly good thu night after lm hnd
taken his bath) you "can't hurt him," you
sec. At tho Varieties thoro has been
bro.ight out this week ono of tho spec
tacles for which this liouvo is lammis, Tho
present one is called tho "Necromancer, '
has been six months in preparation and is
aid to havo cost over $20,000, it will, no
ljubt, have a long run. Next week wo
are to havo Nillson In Opera, when wo ex
pect to ii u ilulcgiition of Ihi) fair ruins of
Cairo hero to see tho queen ot (euig.
As over, .kuuiiiiaiiki.
A young lady sends In this; How to
prevent chappy checks? Have nothing to
do with cheeky chaps.
A rural poet Indicted 11 sonnet to his
sweetheart, entitled, "I kiss her tub roa."
Tho compositor know better thnn that, and
set ll up in printer's latin "I kissed her
" follow. iiJftho ,ldividim, wl)oU Uym
tig to wear lunlcr eu lmt 0 ,.
.er four h0a;l . , recovt!r ,9
Louisville wanted tho L.r,.. 1 1 .
l.t tbatelty.butAlexU to U
and so the ttriou.Wi.aJ bBcoii,0ro '
raged, and poeti.u thus .
All hull, liully boy ! TI1.1 iiinlcrtiuntxl as.,
Anil Ihr ri'.l ot the im ea here, m.li.l oni.
W011I1I lick yuiir Iiik.tui Imolnus , MII, '
O, child ol )oiir inoili. r ! O un ol uKin, i'
Tho pioneer Methodlut, l'eter Cirt
wrlght, uttored many wUe, odd, nml witty
sayings. Ho was often much annoyed nt
ono sister, more noisy than pious, who
would go off on a high koy nt OTory oppor
tunity. At an nnlmoted claw meeting
one dny ho broke out with. ". i . '.d onu
in. ire feather In tho wing of my faith, 1
could fly i'W y n 1 bo with my Saviour."
"Stick in tho feather, O Lord I nnd let
her go,'' fervently responded brother Cart
wright. mKGRAPHIO BREVITIES.
The day named for tho execution of
Geo. Dolts is Friday, liOtli Inst.
-Thknto.v, N. J., January 0. Tho
Court of Pardons has refused to take nny
actlon In tho caso of Ilotts.
-Memphis, January 0. The commlt-
tco of reception aro making active pre
parations in expectation of n visit from
Wasiiinutcv, Jan. ') I'rivato tele
grams from Xew Orleans to-day say that
quiet everywhere provall, and no further
iliuurluncei are anticipated.
At tho annual election for officers of
the Hoard of Tradu tho regular ticket,
headed by Hon. John Sinclair for presi
dent, was chosen.
UitussKLs, Jnn. 9. The committee
appointed by tho Hrunsels Bourse to
receive subscriptions for tho sufferers by
tho Chicago fire to-day sent ten thousand
francs to that city.
Toledo, Jan. 9. John Austin, of
Fast Toledo, whllo crossing tho river on
tho ice last night, skated into nn opening
made by Ice cutters, nnd was drowno 1. The
budy was rocovorcd to-day.
F.vansvillk, Jan. 9. A boy, fourteen
or fifteen years old, named Hedgespelelt,
living near Mount Cnrmel, Ills., shot nnd
killed his mithcr this morning, while
quarreling with his father. Tho boy is In
jail at Princeton, Ind.
Lowkll, Mass., Jnn. 9. The Thorn-
dike manufactory, a largo wooden three-
story structure, for the manufacture of
siispcnders nnd clastic fabric, was burn
ed last night. Loss Sl',000. Seventy
live hands arc out of employment.
Louisvillk, Ky., Jan. ". Gsnoral
Halleck died at his residence, in this city,
nt 8.20 this evening, of congestion of the
brain, superinduced by disease of tho liver,
with which he has been afflicted for fomo
Ciiicaoo, Jnn. 9. Andrew J. Por
ted, who was convicted in the criminal
court of this city at the December term, of
the murder of his wife, nnd sentenced to
ba hung on Friday next, has been granted
a now trial by the supreme court.
Advices from Now York stale that tho
resignation of Oakey Hall as Mayor of
thocitv is understood to ha permnnent
though nnnounccd ns only temporary.
It is understood to be caused partly
by tho present condition of thu
Tammany King, nnd partly by tho deter
mination of Hall to rctiro to private
-The House Committee on Coinmerco
havo decided to take up tho new steam-
b iat bill on Thursday, and proceed with it,
soction hy section, until tho whole is flnUh-
o 1. Several sessions of the committee will
b? consumed in the di.-cusion of tho mat
ter. A number of owners of patent de
vices are already hero to press their
U. 11. llallcck, ugent for tho Union
Pacific and Central Pacific railroads,
received a dispatch from Thomas L. Kim
b s)1, general ticket agent nt Omaha, iu
which he says, tho superintendent of the
wctern division savs that thero is now no
trouble from snow on tho U. P., and tho
weather is good.
Hon. Jus. F. Vilon publishes a card
in the Des Moines Rcgitttr, in which he
denies llir,t ho has written n letter declin
ing tlin Iown senntorskip, as telegraphed
hy a Washington special correspondent to
a Chicago pupor. He announces that his
position as to tho scnntorshlp is unchanged.
Ho will refor tho question to tho republi
can legislative caucus.
Matamoiias, Jnn. 9. A cornier
Uraordinnry reached hero to-niht from
Tiunpico with a telegram dated City of
Mexico, Dec. 31, from tho minister of war,
announcing two general engagements
between (jen. Kneho's forces and tho
insurgents, under Diaz, in which tho hit
ter woro routed, with tho loss of artillery
and cavalry. Tho church bells i.ro ring
ing, and troops aro marching tho btrcets
with music. Thero is great excitement
over the nows.
Coi.umiius, Jan. 9. Attwelvoo'elock
this morning the Sonn'.o and House, in
their respective chambers, cast tiieir votes
for tho United Stntcs Senator. In the
Senate tho voto stood: Oeorgo W. Mor
gan 18, John Shcrmnn 17, llobort C.
Sehoiick 1. In tho House tho vote stood,
Slerman 67, Morgan, -17' Jacob I). Cox 1,
It was a party voto in both houses, with
ono exception in each branch, n ltepubli-
can In each voting, ono for Schonck and
one for Cox.
Salt Lakk, Jan. 9. At tho opening
of tho United States District Court, this
morning, District Attorney Hates present
ed hie commission for four years, and was
sworn, James H. High was nnnninted
Deputy District Attornoy. Tho District
Attornoyreid letters from tho United
Slates Attorney General, showing that no
money could bo furnished to pay tho
witnesses, jurors, or court exponsos, with
out provision of Congress. Thoroforo, by
order of tho Attornoy General, ho moved
to continue- all the criminal cases until
tho second Monday iu .March. Continu
ance was granted. Mr. Hates noes to
Washington forthwith to report in per-
SrutNupiKMi; Jim. 9. Tho Demo
cratic Stato Central Committee of Illinois
had n business mooting in this city yostcr-
ibiy. During tho Interchange of opinion
on various political questions beforo tho
country, although no official action was
had, tho committee was unanimous in its
ndiirsmont of tho Missouri Volley, As
far i.h views woro oxprcsod, thoro was
lit ono opinion as to tho necessity am!
dut; orhinost mon, of whatsoever party,
In turning ,ml tho thieves from all plncos
of public trim, and to mako nnothor effort
to save thu republican government from
i-nirniiMiion and despotism. The mctt
Ing was largely nttondod, nnd harmonious
In action nnd opinion,
Stiikatou, Ilk, Jan.8.-Thls morning
n fearful accident happ0ncd nt this place.
Two laboring men rintiied respectively
Samuol Iligglnbotham nna jmc i.'on.
nesay, woro sont into a shaft In )t,0 0r tho
Vcrmtlllon'Coal company's mines at about
4 o'clock n.tn. They had scarcely reached
their destination In tho nilno when a vlo.
lent explosion occurred. As soon ns po.'!l
blc, nsistanco wns sont to thorn, nnd the
men were found blown almost to pieces,
tho causo bolng thooxplosion of gas in tho
mines coming in contact with their light'
Iligglnbotham leaves a family consisting
of a wife and o.ic child, nnd lived here
Fenncsy, it Is reported, had a family of n
iilfo and four children, nnd lived
Ottawa. The men killed wero employed
in balling out water in certain portions of
tho mine, nnd from tho fact that their
bodies wero found In a part which they
wero forbidden to enter by the company
because of tho supposed presence of tire
dani, their deaths would seem to bo the
result of their disobedience of orders.
EUte of Hoary Harris, .lecmscd.
TIIK uii'ifrnlRnM, Imving lfn ppointnl ex
win. I fir un- Int will tertHint-nt ol Hen-
r Hmrlii, Into ol Hie vounty of Alcxun.ltr, IhIb
ol Illinois lUrcnucd.h rby gift nmlce tliil br
wi',1 a p p..! n-tote (tie e.iunt court f lcxnilcr
eoutii .ai lllu cou l uousp in niru, ,uv..
Jmiiiiny term, on the tlnnl Mo"ily In January
ii. i. m which nine nil i.. munt imvini: einnu
niS4lni... ej nto ,11c ihiIIIIh.I nlni rtitUPnteil 10
nii'Miu iui inireoNc i.i nnving m1 mine an
IllHTil. All Pl.on ImlrtitMl In mmIiI H.tnti Klri
r.qui'fteil tj nuke 'mmidioto pa) incut to llio
Date . ihln flrt i1b ff Dei .,.r, A. ! 1S71.
AUGUSTA IIAlllli- llxeeuirlx,
l'AUKKIt .V HLAKK,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
I'll 1 1 ', Iteiiliic, Gasoline,
Anil thn celebrated illumlnntlDK
. AUHOHA OIL.
rmoss' nun.DiNu, con. 11th-st. - com-jiehciai.-av.,
II. LEVY k CO.,
r tmes in
HIDES AND FURS,
moo i., iTATiiKitss, irrc,
93 OHIO LEVEE.
Caiiio, Illinois, .
P.L. IIUYETT, & SON,
tmporters, Munufaoturors nnd JoLbcri ot
Ilravs nml tiermiin Nlher
B A N D INST K UMENTS,
'o. 25 S. TimiD Stm:kt,
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MINERAL SPRING WA
Of M'nnUonlia, M lseonnln,
AeVnmi.)Kcdciire nf nriRht's I)iee, Hatwtes
Dropsy, mi ftlleclion. ol Ivuln-j', IllaOder nml
liimiy orasn- ju Liter triiiililm. H. i' Clin.',
Chiff JuiUch cfthH Unlte'l feialr, resloint tu
Ih'hIiIi lit ii-me, In fix uo-kn.
J IV. IVIiIm inerdl agnnt lor Oio Male ol 1 1 1 1 -mil".
Vholf!.ale anl lull Hup ly Depot. 730,
Wab.isli Avenue, Chieaeo, llllno;-. AM or lorn by
in - il jiromptly ntlcmlid lo. Hen'l f.r c-1 rcului .
AGENTS WANTED FOR
THE WHITE CHIEF;
TsrelTC Yrnr niiinni; the M ll.i Iii.Ilnim
or th l-la Ins I
TlicLlfaot George I' UWden, wliojolneil tlio
ImlUii rwi bermiie it cel. Ijrleil .arr or, airmails
In lln illinR n'l.iniirti nml curious inlnrinuti, n,
nml h nrolu.i lv llliiHtrniil nili new nml pir
He I euBntvini;, ol iKlveiil.iri'i. nii'l Did innnnera
uimI customs ,i ti.o iii.nin. Tho iiiokI popui r
Hil l Mil ceslul Ii .ok ol thu yrnr. bells nl Mght
nun euviitju-l r porln t'JS i ntlt ill nnu eek. A
IU pii ciiunl.tr, it Hii.-ciinen pno-, n urno
piKlcr with W lluii ntion, mill lonri'. lo ntents
cnt irie, by I". A. 11 U I'ClllNsO.N a. CO., Ull N
Hi.x It clri"-i, ui. I.i-iii. Mo. jin tiltvtly
Ariin: au'aki: a(ii:nt.i WsNtiid
I) KHY Wllliiil-; Hnya nnu liirl-
IV ii i en. A Dollnr .MiiKaiino nnu i. i-plenilul pr".
iiiium Chromo lo ever. Mib.cnb'T. All llie mar-
j!. jxiveii tu ncnls. O) per rt. jirotit. Don't
Adili'M I". O ItltJII A CO., I'nnlnml, Me.
SIXTY-F1VE F I R S T 1 RI Z E
TIIK 0 It K AT
HALT I MORE
WM. KNAHE k CO.,
anANH, kQUAltE AND Ul'RIOllT
These Instruments have been beforo the publlo
furneaily ihlny yearn, and upon their excellence
alone, nltn Ined nn unpurchated f rermiVifHff, "hlcli
pionotinces them unvqiinlcU in
B All our Hijiiare Hanoi tmto our now New Im
pritvpil Uvo-btriinu rralHUl'U Ihe AirnfTt Tulle
Bo" lu would mil apeoial nlleiitliin to niirlale
I'.ilt'iileil liiiprnveiiieiilH ill iIii.mi I'ianim nnd
bOVAHit (iiiAni H.l'ound in no olher rii.no. which
brliiKs tho I'luno nvurvr perltcllon than has yel
KVKUV PIANO KULI.V WARIIANTKI) KOU
IllilHlrated Ci.lnloKueannd l'rlco I.lKla pfomplly
liiriimhed on applleuiliin to
IVJI, H.NAIli: A CO,,
Or any of our regular established agencies,
ClinrlrrrsI JInrrli 31, IftCt).
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO
h. S. TAVLUK, Vlce.rrendenti
IV. IIVs'l.OI', secretary and Treamrer.)
V. W, IUari.iT,
1'. SI, hrocKiLCTH.
It. M. Cl'VMMIlUX,
I'Al'L O. tiC II t il,
W. I'. IlALllDiT,
llriotlta of nny Amount Ilrrrltrsl from
Ten pnlH 1'iiunrtl.
LNTKHEiT paid on deponlta al the rate ol all
h: cent, per annum, Mnrcli Island neplem
ber Im, Iniere-t not wittidiown Is r.dded Inline
ilintely in the principal of tlie deponlti, thereby
K vinx t Ii e ici compound Interext.
MAIiltlKI) WOMEN AND CIIILDIIRK JIAT
O TIUT SO OHI rUt OA TBAW IT.
Open every ljiilnea diiy from 'J a.m. to 3 p.m.
and bnliirday etrnioc lor HA VINO DKI'O-ilTS
only, from 0 In b o'clock.
Hiuoif IV. IITSLOP, Treaaurer.
'I'lIP fl'I'V VA'lHfiVA T
W. P. 1IALLIDAV, Treildent
IIENHT L. IIALLIDAY, Vico rre.IJenlj
A. II.HAPFOHD, Cmliler;
WALTER IIYSLOP, Aonixtant Cannier.
taah TiTioa, Koatar II. Ccsnikohim,
IIikbt L. Haliidat, W. 1'. Hallidat,
Gro. D. WilUA.io.i, HTtpiitN llino
A, U. HArroiiD.
EzcbB-K, Cola nd irnlteil Htntca
Doaid Itouajht ud Nold.
DKP09IT3 recclred, nnd a Renerat banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIIIL 1IUIIP, rreatdent;
ROBEHT W. MILLEB. VIco-PreMdentl
O, N. 11UOIIE3, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY ADK
EKciknv enln bank nol.ia nnd Unitod
HUl'e"curlUel.Dboht and .old.
Inr AUowmI oa Tlma Dalt-,
REAL ESTATE AflEMT.
U. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
71 (Kcox!) ri.oon) onto levee,
Jluv and Sell Heal Estate,
FUUNISII ABSTHACT3 OF TITLE
. I imrr Conreyinos of Kindt.
1KMTN AND HUOYH.
HOOT AND SUOE MAKKB,
ll-Wocn Washington Tcntii ind PopUr
Uools n.l Hknrt Mkilr to Ordr.
rin wrtKinen KmhloTfil.
CITY SI10?: STOKK
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
oli Aoicr ro
HOOT S A N I) SHOES
Uomuirrrlnl Avcniir, Corner of EJ chill
fARTICULAK ATTENTION I'AID TO ALL OB
DER8 roit IIOOI'HKIHT AND iUOM.
THE TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO.
Hollcit. all klmliot rliks.
Agpnt, Cairo, l.
COAL! COAL! COAL I
J)U QL'OIK ANU MOUNT CARBON
CoinmcrciaLav., I'oot of Elerjnth-st.
All Ool carefully welnhtd at the yard on Fair
J L'I.L Wr.IOIIT WARRANTED.
Coil delivered on ihe hortet notice in any
part ol the ci.y, either by tho half ton, ton or car
Leave order at the office on Commercial. av, a
ti fDit of Kleveolh ttreet. norlM.'tm.
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
and riiia u
O AH FIXTCRES,
Oai Killer's and l'lutnber's materia). Woe
pumpt, globe and anc e Talvi, stop
cocks, cherk valves, etc,
also aoiit roa
Tuft Ilrottiera I'nfent Iiry ClM Meter
ind 5tnrehoiie, IVellii A Co'a Automatic Water
Indlcatiiraiiil&upply Valve for steam boilers.
WINTER'S I1LOCK, COMMKRCIAL-AVKVUE
Pilncipal Offlco 101 Fifth St., Cin. O.
THE ONI.T JIELIAnLE OirT ENTERPRI81 IK
THE COUNTRY I
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bedlstrlbuted la
Ii. X) . S IKE'S
lMrd ftcKUlnr Monlhly
To be drawn Monday, February loth, 1172.
Two Grand Capitals oy
$5,000 each in Greenbacks !
Two Trues of il.OOOj Tivo Trite" of I50O; Ten
J'rlics of f 100, each in Greenbacks I
1 Horso and t'urgy, with silver-mounted
harnekH, wonh : 5?0
Ono tlnodoned Uoaewnoil fiano, worth.... .00
Ten Family Hewing Machines, worth, eauh 100
Five lleavt CaseJoolJ Hunting Wa ches
nnd llenvv Hold Clin ns, worth, nach 300
Five (L,Uim. '"'' '""'"? Watches.
,..n. , 100
Bm,, liniidHllver Lever Hunting Watch-
"a J!n all), worth, ench, from Mto JOt
ladles' Hold Leomlne Chains, Gent's Gold Vest
lihnlns, Holid and Double. I'lnled Hilver Table
nnd Ttnspooni, I'hDtojjrupli Aloums, Joweliy,ete.
Wholo number glfia, C,uoo, TIcHeti limited la
Agenta wanted to sell Tickets lo whoia ftberal
Sreinluma will be paid,
icglo tickets II ; six ticket f.t; twelve tickets,
Circulars rnmalning n full list of rltes. a de
scripilon of Ihe iiinuni i of drawing, nnd olher In.
formation In reloreiico to tho dUirlbuilon, will be
sent to any one ordering them, A 11 1 letters must
be ad'lrea.ed to L. I), WINK, Hoi &o,
orrics, Cincinnati, O
101 West tk st. novWctawlv