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Til 15 BULLETIN.
JOHN 11. O.iKl.U, J-ii'orlid Publisher!
Saturday .Monxt.so, Jan. 13 187'.
lI'mxi or Tut I Milt Ulitittii-
O e wCrk, bf estrlfr, .... "
Un y(f ljr r,rrier,taii'ltii--'
tit T,UUlll, by t.lAll,.,
Th'M months, ..
month -.Mt.Ht"
cm r -
We, on nlfnbjtett of iV Jffi
fmofifi4 Mfnwi. '"' ""'"
THK IM.M.AK vrKKKLY llULI.r.TIM.
John II. utterly 1 '"0 reduced tho nib
tcrii'lion prn' "Mli Weekly Cairo llmletln to
Ont l'Ur "''"" inaKiim u hip rnmpi-si piv
fwrpubllli''"oulfrn Illinois.
Immaculate Gen. Howard, the licnd of
the frocdmcn's bureau nnd the ono styled
par excellence, "the Christian toldlcr," is
ehown to Imvo been pocketing, for year?,
tho interest of i;ovorninent bond, which
bo linn deposited In private bunks. Where
Is Hodges 7
The Illinois Central rallroai com
pany hat paid to tho treasurer of tho state,
$251,087.82 being seven per cent, upon Its
grofi earnings for tho six month ending
Oct. 3Ut, 1871, and it is not improbable
that their pnymcnt for the current year,
will reach half a million dollar.
Milton S. Littlkhkld, who ha late
ly aiiumed the cntiro Jbt of tho stale nl
Georgian; i conditio. precedent to tin
fulUllment of n railroad contract, and who
is Immensely wealthy, va nn Impecutd
ou lawyer at Jacksonville, 111, at the
breaking out o tho war, without rcpuu
tlon r clienU. He carpet bagceil, and
stdc bis fortune.
T!e whole country must rejoice witb
Ic in tke defrtt of Harlan for the senator
iV.p, swcacfd In our telegraphic dis
jMUif. Attkocgb W.n.Allison is a rad
br.jCfrls objectionable thau Hnr
lit, wbo attempted to supplement bi
proTei rascality by religious cant. Be
llies, it If really a defeat of the adminis
tration; for Grant's pastor, Her. Mr.
Newman, endeavored to rally the Metho
dists of iowa to the support of the squaw,
pension-mau aLd Indian speculator, prob
ably under instructions from the white
bouse,. .Thus there is a double cauaj fur
satisfaction at the result.
Tnz Boto.v Tsmri hiw bud :,3ll
answers to iu 51,1100 priait problem. r
quring to know how Inmj it will talw a
locomotive ia run snu hunitrid milp;t
pro7ild it jaH rtity mibu am drat siour.
tntT-d7i ta.j nisst, rvaivn ind i hnil
Uj ansx ami so an. (OlT utintvn ttm iifitr
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liaT.nT v rtnuuniuT as in nvnm r.
om ci tAn aiurtiiimmliumin- ipuw- .1. a
Lvtis 8hn tmruiuq- ;vti!Hf.iiii :tiw.
t'-Aj ruuy aiuuii ii'viiti, i ttiiiMiii'v. lwin;
ilwnii!rui 11III3IH1. itiiL.mwrmseJtiti '
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Yt it" Still l)ll1li DUI-jJiiKK'tlrti'ivr
tVe ut Sinw 5)l .wtmuim M viuUt) .jmi!i I
X ntstrxnot 4 :v- 4m1 -a
England, a few days ?, in tb frt.'K.s. iA
Joseph Gillotl, the famous Ruuulactartr
of steel pens. Thu value of these little
articles In rheapcnlng nod facilitating one
ot tho most common mid universal duties
of civilized mankind, is beyond estimate ;
certainly they deserve to bo ranked above
most of tho labor-taring machinery that
tbn present century litu oonlnbulod to tbo
cause of human progress. While Gillotl
was not tho inventor of steel pens, ho
brought their manufacture to u stato ot
perfection not previously attained, and hi
name wllll be indissolubly connected wiih
them for nses. l'oet" and manufacturers
are best judged by tho number of their
Imitators, and this criterion puts Gillott
in the foremost rank of the latter ; for no
one ever had a trade mark more ingenious
ly ar.d multifariously counterfeited.
Radical legislation is beautifully illus
trated once In a while through the forget
fulness or cheek of the partv. When tho
leaders feared that thu unconstitutionitlitx
of tho reconstruction acts would bo pasted
upon and confirmed by tho supreme court
of tho United States, if tho celebrated
McArdle cje should brt brought before it
by appeal, hit act was passed, prohibiting
appeals from the decisions of tho circuit
courts in case of habeas corpus. The
lr.u-nt of the la v was to prevent tho
supremo court from stopping tho outriiges
commUvwt unior lll0 reconstruction acts
and mslntiuM 4r01JS , tho eIlrclllc
and abominably unjun. v-uw. ,1QWfivIr.
lunh nuubiiut huuu 11 Q flJ
fin thm
radical horn, .Mr. Kerr of iZ.
introduced a bill for it, roi.eal. u tv.l
.1 1.. 1 1 ....!. .
uciiwj iiuni, niien it iaiv is to bo con-
struod against the iutonts 'or aims uf the
party of honesty and economy.
The letter of Hon. Geo II. Pendleton
of Ohio, which will be found In anolher
place, bus in It tho truo ting of democratic
principle, which, if wo aro not greatly
deceived, will bu taken up and ic-echood
throughout tho length and breadth of tho
land. It W a torso and correct exposition
of the status of that great party, which
some of its timid friends would smother bv
torpid inaction or by dishonorable surren
der, and 60 obscure tho brillinucy of its
past by an uttor negation of Hi powers for
good In tho futuro. For ono reason, If for
no other, wo call attention to Mr. Pendle
ton's letter, and that Is, that ho distinctly
makes up the Issuo as to whether the
Prty, which Las everlastingly stamped Its
wen approved principles, upon tjio policy
or tills country, is dead or not. The mat
tcrof action ,tt Inaction resolves itself In
to this issuo mm none othor, If iilivo und
indued with it. f')11)ar ,,owura for (;0j(
it must act with all lUaggros8ivciicss and
energy, or its friends mu eonfess that Its
inlluonco for good has departed forovor And
turn their attention to soma other means
whoroby they can resist tbo wave or i&dlc'
lism which now pours orer tbo country.
f perusal of .Mr.
.ttUOod tlmt Itcntitnlns
. . . . 1
Vi Invito n csre
Vcndleton's Icllor. '
i -.m iH'V.o which .1
tlmo-lio d
I, 1 1 VI "' "
.lnmoorat jua'it to iilvo and willed
,rtt
,! j.trcjiiil democrat! otiulit t 'olio"''
Tin: democratic st.nfo cemr.u
initieo hclil ;i lncctin on Moiiuny, nud
iltiiinimoti'lv indorrftl thu linpussivo
tmliev The chairman ws iusirucicu
I in i.ike nittiMircs looking to the hold
ling of n natioiml convention to declaro
that the democratic party will not noin
I inate a candidute for pruiidunt, S'o it
goes; nnd the great deinocratie party is
to be folded up and carefully laid
nwav, for further ic, wo suppose, to lie
1 .. M
resucitntc(l whenever n .'iiwoun
sponsors !liall see lit to call for it rca
siiscitation. This conn-c is donlitlon
based upon the fact, that decay find
death are not inherent to nioital crea
tion, or that democracy mint lie used
to fuither the interest. of radicalism
while it is made to subserve the scheme
of plotters and Foreheads, within it.
own ranks. 1 o nil these positions wc
enter our protest now, as wo have
always done. If we can defeat radi
calism in its progress and corruption,
by anv honorable coalition, whiult will
not sacrifice the cardinal principles of
the democratic party, wc may be
counted in with all our powers. Hut to
trive our asent to be tied to a living
corpse, which is to be watched over by
its self-elected guardians, until thov
choose to re-animate its suspended vi
tality, is more than we have bargained
for, and more, wc verily believe, than
the party at large will consent to.
As was to be expected, Grant has gone
bck on the Carter co-alliion of Louisi
ana, and now recognizes only the War
moth party a tho state government. To
carry out his new-fledged friendship, ho
has Instructed General Emory, command
ing that department, to afford Wnrmoth
all the aid nesessary to carry out his
schemes. Tho riason of this zeal in favor
of a man who Is notoriously in opposition
to bis administration, and who is well
known as the leader of what Is termed th
custom hous! party, Is wijll und-srstuod b
ibos's who huv! kupt triclt uf avunts in
Loui'Hiunu for thu past yuar. Thu Ciiruir
itea hitva been juinuil by tllu Duniuenini uf
thu liiialuturn ftir tJiu uummim purpiuu of
oliimkini; thu iitmcnmt, miii;oviimini'!it of
hut-ituto. its plundur ami bankruptcy by
Wurmutti. TJji to iliu pi-riost 'if ttni ut-
'ii of ftirncs. tliu Wmhim;tbn iwlteitin
'mituil wra in liill.uM HHttto aeeora. vjisU
'latter ami :ns ttil.ii,-.:r. (lucr, tt
wwhmititT oy (tnn:: ma d1iMc'' '
H iisun ol tttam. :fcs- bsow :kf
nU.. tnli airrviUrrttiiemaUWntnmtU.- '
w i drrctlSi. -mi uin.
..la k m ii xwan ,ta':'rtsftiu-f
wittltv aniui toco. . ha '.
ur niaifl. iii o m uiutiMtMUc-'foQB
Wsiiiiit.i. trti- . oiiKt mil sitrsntts,
ijljimic.'ili it! WVunuollj. ,',Mn.r.ll tfitml- j
llirli Utuirifcvt' tuiti vhkC Nliltt'ltHv.ismfi''
ill tvMlhilllii nut) Tutnliilalli, iw.llltiiMi ;(
inn v'tuiii viiuut .titwi (ntKiiuuuti Hi' bmiic
i'utc swmitlumuf iiliiirmttir.il' din ismi
rvsciiAMae i )k ukvljiy HV'iinut,
Witd xiA ,'4st?7iJ. flwe tnn
question but that the CrJritu hx.i re
ceived asurancei from Washington that
thoy would bo upheld tbcro and ustaind.
It w.is enough, howovur, for Grant to
know, that democrats were moving for a
better mid puror administration of nlVnirs
in that down-trodden nnd ruined state,
when, jirfo, hi wholo inlluenco was
thrown ovet to thoso whom ho hud onco
determined to overwhelm, and be takes to
his bosom the very men who had been and
aro now his bitterest opponents. Carter,
tho legal speaker of tho houso, is repre
sented as a rough.off-linnd, unpolished man,
with couiMgii and daring, but lacking in
discretion andjudgment, not, howover, de
ficient In political management. Ho had
tho "ympathy of the federal nll!i-er, .if iho
best portion of tho Intelligence of tho
state, and of u largo portion of the demo
emtio party, to aid him In carrying out
his plans of rofurm.
Thcso associations were sufllcieut to
cause his dethronement, and now plunder,
nilsgoverninont and ruin awaits u state,
which had little enough, God knows, to
depend on, to rwcuo it from tho destrue.
tion which 1iii hung over it slnco War
moth bus been in power. This wholo mat-
ter is a fair example of what Grant will
not do, to Insure n republican form of gov
eminent for the penplu.
l'KIISONAL
It Is 8nld tliut tioi an nctnr ntt,th.,1
1UM - ..I.S. 1 . ...
Sl TU'
"u " t'"Ul!tly "alcd Una vKn
Wophino Miinsflo'd will not enter tlm
,l),Auo field this winter.
he A"w '0l"k Journal has an article
ic.ided -. .,ioro (,f (;runt's rolatlotu who
re I.. ,,n co, ,00d lcnven , wm ,
llnuStrClcl,0l,u" tho crack ot doom?
Collectm Cmo ,, ,. ,
Grant to ".u.,H,nljuC ,'l r,' ,
mlttod that thi .uspen r1, ""
more profit to the 000,,,"
upon tho carpet-bag scalawags, :xorc,,c,l
Olive Logan has becomo dlsgUa)l.
wmi 1110 womau-siiiirago builncsj. If ib.
thing is suillcienlly sickening to disgust
hor, it certainly ought to bo worse than
tbo most malignant caso of smalbpax to
the rest of us.
Tho Cleveland Main Dealer has mi
article headed, Keep it before tho peo
plo " Corruption deep, damning and fe.
terlng all through tho administration.' "
Why should wo keep itbeforo tho people?
The administration itself does that.
When Grant was proposed as the can
dldatn for tho presidency of a Galena
debating society, ho was rejected on tlm
ground that ho hadn't tho capacity to fill
tho position. It does tako a man of some
llttlo sense to fill such u position, suro
enough.
A Washington corrospondont of a
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1872.
j Cliirtgo paper 'lolVml
mjnlnstilio clinrgo i.f in
I 1 1... .t.iatiitt f . . I
Senator Hurlim
iraud, 11c says, "it
f "' 1 ' .' viio worm to
binkon character,' That is true At
iiny fate, Hnrlmi seems to Imvo blneltuneil
Ills OllSilv MloUL'll.
Somo of the now-papers nro greatly
turj,rn,,i t(1 0r i!,uiuiioral Oram lias
livlns; In tl)U dale, iin undo wlio holds no
olhYe under the iidm'nislralinii. The
Grunt family would bo u most remnrknble
family, Indeed, if, among its innumerable
members, thero could not bo found ono
who Is not entirely destitute of sell-re-speet.
Thomas Nell), of San Frat.clsco.ln tho
excitement of n spiritualistic sccanco held
about flvo years ago, mado n will
bequeathing to tho society of splritunllsts
tho sum of $f,000. Mr. Xclll lived long
enough to change his mind, but, unfortun
ately for bis legal heirs, ho novcr set nbout
remodelling tho will until ho was on his
death bod, which proved loo late.
That luxury of all luxuries sausage
has recently been Introduced Into San
Francisco. In consequence ot tho Immense
demand, the dog supply has suddenly
given out, nnd It Is now feared that tbo
patent saiiago mill firm of that city will
bo obliged to siipcnd opera' Ions, unless
pending negotiations for the dead dogs In
Chicago prove successful.
Sexton Hrown, of Grace church, Now
York, has sullcred another interview. "Ho
says there are not over thousand people
within the charmed circlo of Now Vork
society. Tho rotund sexton Is n charac
ter In his way. Ho used to bo potent, for
to bo Ignored or endorsed by Hrown
declared ono's social status. Hut ho has at
last retired. haWng grown old, and fat nnd
full o( remlnisciices. Ho no longer throws
tho slipper after the nrMocratic newly
wedded, nor is hi stentorian volco heard
calling carriages lifter party, or wedding,
or ball, for ho sits nt homo in hi own
corn and feed store, taking sntllf, like Herr
Grosse, from a hugo tea-caddy, and think
ing over the timo when nobility paii'cd to
say in hl ear : 'Wo Imvo nothing llko you
In England, sir ; nothing to equal you, Mr.
Hrown.'
LITERARY.
We acknowlsds; the receipt of th
"Addrssi of th tobatf isttfcittioa f St.
Louis, ami Iks: of fomimtm tW tk-i rp
of t7i' iindriititcn tlJunJts t Jmfta 5. ,
YVhIiIihc, Esi Sen';, ftir hits itfimiaun. Thu
piumiuma urn on ttm mine llhiiml sultmno.
uiniiillllillif to mum ttluil iltl.lHHI .uui :miK:
osaite '.hu 'imi'.iattoii of tuiiMiDa ;roirmjf
tutiHitiimi i tin ooumry.
roRs-vAl. W. II'uo-, AAi; n.
ittxM :w k -ojtr .ia' hoi oB -l3Mi:uo4.
.'iMMUIlS-ft. T '.b A0OkM-LV4MT tt
0.14x11 iQwrbl. It 1 l :KZMtMiM' t.
!.? :r"pfm. hum -ifue:;'ii.-;"Mci
:ritt ta- j 1 s-tkti ib--rtfm b hii' mmpt 11 1 1
TWtMtistU 'mm; 4i til ctrf .iai! i4resi.-
rjrnn-.'ta'iu;bt; TSjh oaaol C ;iim
pettks-.iswttwj
WISE LETTCTt TXUX THY.
GREENBACK iTATESJlAN.
,, ,, Cir4Ti, Incumber . s;t.
.Wf.sii. J.Witetmnn, l'irct,nc, ISuunh
man, GumtnitUe oj Invitation:
Gextlbmkn I regret that I cannot
accept your invitation to bo present ut tho
next iiiinual ceb-brntioii of tbo fcih of .Jan
tmry. It would Imvo given mu great
pleasure la incut and mko counsel of thoso
who aro so woll grm.n.b'd in tho faith and
practice of tliu deuioeraey as tho men of
Wayne county, and with ilmm to roca'l
tin. principles and xamph.-s of thu found
ers ol our party.
Two gruit Hangers imperil froo itmitu.
Hons under thu poliey of tin, p irty now in
power. '1 In, t-piiit of contralized militurv
goverin.iet.t au.icks everywhere tho con
Kitution, and coriuptii.n in otlico destroys
tlm civil administration. I !...., :i.
merely or clibdly f M.0 def"',
luittover startling, but of the gen irul deix-
rmliil inn ill 1 1. 1. ci ...1 1 ...
,, I., ., " ., 01 oiiiciHi ilileg-
rily, until the olllccs n Imih il n ..i,.u .....1
--- mil nnii
military service seem to bo considered the
propel ty . f thu party, to lie disponsed ami
iidiiiinmlered primarily forpanv i.ggrim.l-
"' 'wi aoil'll JMOUl,
Thi'so duntrers irrow out nl' nml t..
seperablo from the present orgimi.ation of
.v.r,.um. i.i i.ariy. 1 1 loundalion. its
philo.oil.y, its lu.tury ami its loaders ree-
oguiiii iiiiiuary power ami tlm eorruptiii'
u.u 01 moiiiy in- olllelul patromigo as
n i" oriiiimrv I' V 111 111 n.
mu, nun now more lli.ui over aro thov
brought into netivu exorcise. Tho demo',
emtio party confronts this theory and do
liounees these practices.
Founded liliun thu Idea of l.. il
meiit, je.ilniis of i)inv,,ri irr,i,n,.,l ,
ihorliy, iiiiighttli.it slmiilicitramlieoiiomv
aro essenthi to thu nuiuhf r "nccossarv in
lepiibllenn institution,., t imiintalns'wJth
iiioro oterinined purple H,al tho military
must tin Mi iordliiuii, to tb., vw niul.otu?,
and thai olllce, nro n tnisi for tlm people,
not epnil lor tliu Victor- 1
lu powerful organizitio,, enters ovory
village in tho land, and numbers iuuoul'
Its auherelits, nearly one-h .If tho pernio
as in ellectual, as pure, a- palriotiV, a, un-selfi-h,
us any ol tbfir Mluw-eltizens.
1 hey are too numuroiit 1., J0 cowardlv
I hoy nro loo imtru tis to bo luku.waim!
I hey aro tooslncero in their purposes and
convictions to bo driven to despondency
by ten years of rovuri.es. Tlmy have
shown constancy in dnlcnt iih well as
wisdom in victory, if 1 undi'Mnnd their
feelings, thoy will neither di.haml n.i.
organization nor lleotlio field before thu
onii'.i commences, hither course, tlmy
tbi'?1'' w" 'lM nudisiuit.'d sway to
11 n'Vov 111 "'I'nf'iislration, which could
undivided attention to thu do-
sorters frou,
its 1 auks,
nrmy
A 1 1
In itigh, ' ml i'f'T,111'!
. ' u,Se lllvi.birifi r.r ri.i.l-
..., 4111 nut uni'illir
iii"iii, oroveneoini..,,.,,,. ," vr',
aide to pick olf r uV,'ml Bcnornlly
or thoughtlei, strnegiVr, p fwdiorous
If there be, as is' claimed ,
bcMoftho republic;" ' jy on..
prove the Ideas wl,,. ,'lc,, mat 1' U,,,"
ministration of President (ir , ','
prepared to opnnse his re-elee e "1 .1
should declaro tlmlr ,.,,. . ,UM: l,1."v
their party, develop d 'iiumifo ?' 1
s rengt I, and If I mar pre.hct the futuro
muv nil. iiiivu 10 I 1SL num. .1 ...
most sensitive and timid among then,
for refusing to co-opurato with tho domo
urmiu pariy.
AN hen Its authorized
speak it will remind Its adheronts that the
ultimata nnd highest purpo'o of Its
exlstonco U to securo thu greatest pros
pel it v, in its best sense, of i.yi ry liumaii
being in the land ; that principle of gov
ernim nt nro true or in'n ", n they eoiur
b'llo to thlstesulti tiint pnrties mid poli
cies ami olllces nttt but moans to thi end :
that piiiiclphs lire of different. 'ippllcatl'iin.
mid questions loo their imporanco in the
ever-slilflliig clniiiL'os of 'liiiiiiim affairs ;
mill discarding all iinrriiw iilei.s, iil iiliilon
I mi thi'eonidi'rntiori ufnll nurslion which
iiiivu been decl led or burled by the events
wnlch have passed j recognizing tlm ac
complished facts of the present, and ap
preciating the dangers of tho futuro. it will
Invito, both by words nnd by deeds, both
by resolutions and by nominations, tho
zealous, hearty co-oporatlon of all men
who believe that tho Constitution is a bet
ter system of govormnent than mnrtlal
law, and that reform In tho civil service is
ii higher duty than rewarding prospective
partisan effort by diltribliting spoils.
15v this course the party, 1 should hope,
would attain success. If It should once
more fail, ns an honest, faithful, patriotic
minority, it will hold an Imporant posi
tion iiiul exort an immense moral power
over the majority ; and it may well wait
with faithfulness tho inevitable hour which
will crown Its fidelity and patience with
the success which it will Imvo deserved.
I am, very respectfully, your oboldent
sorvant,
Or.o. H. I'ekdlktos.
KXKCUTOlt'S NOTICE.
i:Utcof llearjr ltarrl,dencj.
rTlIin umle rsljsnril, bating been appointed o x
X. fClltrlxof tlwlnt will a.nl tc.Uuirnt ol Hen
ri llnirls, lute of llic eounljr or Alexin Ur, stmn
ot Illinois iltoenKf 'I, hioby giv tmiloo ti.t ih(.
ri!l appeal brrore ibe ouiitj esiirt uf slex-nn.
rouiiiy, nt tlu-coii'l boiio In I alro, till., nt thu
Jinilnry term, on Hip tlnrd Mondny In JntiUNry
next, nt whli'li lime all p-rson Imvlnis claim
Klnt onl'l pj ate arc notlfleil ami requerlccl 10
nitcmt for Hm iHirpono uf liarlnt; tbo enmc ml
Jiweil. All person Indebted to nlil ftnlo bik
ti'liipsted to mko imnuilinto pnjmcnt to the
unden-lpnod.
Dateu till flrt ilav of DfComber, A. t). 1971.
AUUU3TA HAltltiS, Kxeclllrix.
dee2.llliTtd.
misci:m,am:)ih.
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(-lliif JllH re of Ihr L'nile.! hll, ft,l1 til
liCOI.i lir il- line, In an eect.
J W. Wiih. i-n-r.l xr.l lor hi Ht . III,.
n'i. w lirle.al oi li.il rnuiAj litt,t
VSali.i.li Ateniie, ChMAiro, lllifiu... All r.rr. rj
mini promptly mteo.lui 10. fto-i for eirtqi.
j kr,t tt.'-11in
ABKNTa WANTKI) i'OR
Vj el den,
THE WHITE CHIEF;
OB,
Tssrclvc Your) iimoiiif Mm. tvilil IiiiIIiiiih
of Hie S'luliiit
ThoI,ifrit (ieuriseP ll-lilen. vtfio m,m d l,n
II' l.!.,. ..!!'!!,. ,,,,, 11C(.,l,r-t,.,, , ,
In lliillliiiK ii.lij iimrn anil curio,,, mlorinsti. n
and a nn.fii.. lv lllnslml.-d ,u, new him ioir.
II11I eniraniiKiii a.lvciiliiri'S mid II, i- i,!,.,
nndriil..iils,.ti,o Inilmus. !, t ." ' 'J
uii l sii'Ti..srul b..olt ol t, year. Hills at ,t
no HKKlit jiit sports t'JS ,,IH In ,.ek. A
11. piiK-eiifiiliir, win snecunc,, pa,.,, B Brtf
ki, tern itli .WJ .tIii,,,f.l...H. , le,1,,,, , , ,1,t"
sent lie,., iv ' A. TIMII vn .. .. .T'."i:
..... 1. ni.i'i, l.llio, .in,.
u,. 1, . ... 1 .... . "' " ' -s
jiui diwly
Arini
AWAKi: A(!i:.NTM
Kitvwii :itK-nojH ,i 11,;
Won en A Dollar MiiK!,i,.. ,. m!,'., , ," ! , ..
nmini Chroim. In ewr, siili.eribi.r.'.MI ih,. i u.r.
!...lie,,tU..i.nts. m ,,er ,t. prollt. iVd'n't
Aibliens K. (i. nii'H & co l'nrllanil. .Me.
ws.Ti:n i'.v.
I'lANOS.
SIXTV-riVK VUIST pJtlZK
iMKDALS AWARDED
Shmn. TIKdltKAT
:r'CS
ri ' fill 11 A t rp T "St 1S T.I
j'a ii 1 i .u j n i.
MAMirACTOItY
WM. KNAI1E k CO.,
Manufacturers of
OKA Nil, hqt'AliK AND UPKIOIIT
IPI-A-IDTO FOSTES
IIAl.TIMOHi:, MAItVI.A.Ml.
lo .VAlu 1 l' ) 2' ""I1 ",,.on ,h,Mr 'Xfellenen
TONE,
TOUCH,
AVOKK.MAKSHIl'
And DUKAIIIL1TV
f-gCAai.f.aii Mound In no oihee I'ii'h" "hi
KVItllV l'U.NO VUI.I.Y WAHUA.STKII 1011
V1VK YEARS,
ru1rn',,.'lrai"''1 c",'0K'' n-I Price Lists promnily
ltd on application to ' '"'"l"'
WM. K.A!li: ro
Oriiv, Uamuoi, Mn,
ocl;ro7.;;;rti'8ular e,taM"hed SCaCle"'
i n v ono n si.
71. FA!ilrViNTJ5tt. '7-2
O. JL ANIS'Y.
LARC" STOCK'.
t nuowN siir.ETiNim
I'll I NTH,
CHECKS,
AND
S T It I V. K S,
KENTUCKY JT.ANH, KXTRA,
OASSIMKHS,
IJLACK ALPACAS
AMD
LUSTEHS,
GROS GJ.AIN SILKS,
I'OPI.IXN.
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING
OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINO,
Wluilow Nlintt-i,
OILT 1IAKDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACE
J--MASKH.
Ills r.ut IrcKlocU Xoxr ( IokIiik nm
AT
VEltY LOW FIGUKES.
COnNKIl8TI ST., A.VI) COMMERCIAL-AV.,
Cairo, 1 1 1 1 110I a.
frllif
i.vsihaxsi:,
W. If. MORKIS,
Notary l'libbe,
II. II. CANDKK
No. I'uli. and t'. H. Ccni.
1'IKE, UULL, CAKGO, LIVE STOOK
CCIUENT, LIFE,
INSuSAirCSI
EAirroxri,
3mrz ivniti, pa-
T 1 l7r:. 0Tf.
U5ti !
aiTEia-Aiwrxi. y. t.
u-!. umjfi 1:
T 1 U7ia.
v:,k: .
..UMT !t
swr, tcKri,
utsfft'n
tMTA yjj ftps, ti.
MA.Tzf.ri', tSLKTTOxy, urn xxu
A.w ,Wjl'J
IAJLWAT UHZHOZM ASSftA.TCt
kfj s
Al.
'.-A.Hi
HAFFOUI), MOHItl.S k C'ANDKH,
71 Ohio lT,
faty ritl'r,t IS.nV, OA I no, ILL.
EIRE AND MARINE
X 1ST S XT .A. c s
COJIIMMLSi
.IIAOAIIA, N. T.,
As.t ...t..
Asnett
Asarts
....11,130,216 te
flKllilANIA, K. V.,
...1,008,721 78
IIA.NOVKK, N. y.
ViC,W2 00
ItKI'UIII.IO, .V. Y.,
7H.925 W
Asel ...
('oinprislnn tlm Uinlerwrilers' Aueney.
YONKKIlH, N. Y.,
Asset 87S.I6I U
AI.IIA.W CITY,
A"' ! IS.1,193 S
ki hum en s vu.vn, s. v.,
678,000
Assets.,
HKCURITY, N. Y. MA II INK,
a"". M3',M VI
QTOItK, IlnelluiRs, Furniture, Hulls nnd Car.
O eoes, insured at rates as favorable as aound.
permanent security will uurrnni.
1 resnecllully as'k oi tho citizens or Cairo, a
rhare ol their patronaje.
. n. iiiTsssit:
l'AINTKIIN.
MOOHE & '.MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamontal
PAI1TTEKS,
lserorntlvo I'nperliniiKliiK, Knlnoinin.
Injf, fie.,
Jlone in tin, liiKhest tlyls ol the art, and a
rutCH that ilcly conipclllioii,
HUOl' IN I'EliiiY IIOUHK, COltNKU OK 8TH
VTIIEKT AXIl O.MMK11CIAI, AVIUK.
MST.S IAI, XOTH KH.
II XTV II i:i.4lt'S ,i i u y K.
Jii'li ll1,"',r,,' 'Inirllyeisthc, iikst iNTiir.Wnatl
-l rlecllv llarinlosa Itelmblu and InstliHiiteo.i..
nl 1. ' '"i1"""'!!1.' N" "I'llelllnlis Tints or tile
I iissut Odor. TliCKeniihiH W. A. Ili.cln lor'
i l.v1 )n l,rrtditees IMMKIIMTHI.V a spbudli
ii i r. ,""""'' Hi own. Docs not Hiiun tin
..iln'.m" l.ss iho llalr Clean, Unit nud lleaun
fUl. Tho on v Hfifn in, I l'..,f,.,.i hv
K.Z v3i.u Jr"KKlsts. Kaetoiy liillomt Street,
Yorl. ianvdodwl '
St.,
0
6
I
0
nA.tKsi.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
SA1TK.
Il arte red Jtnrcli 31, 1HC0.
CITY KATIO.VAL HANK, CAIP.O
A. II.B.lKrOim, President;
H. h. TAyi.Oll, Vwe.J're.lJenti
W. II YrtLOP, rlecretarr sikI Trenrer.)
Mtrrroui
P. V.'. lUinsr,
y. 3f. htbtcrLiTit.
(:. (iiiiQHra,
1'AtL I). H'lllll.
It. il. C'l'il'lUASf,
W. I. IlillltMT,
J. M. PiiiLiirs.
IK'lioslls r mi y Anion nl Itceelt tsl from
I en en Is I luiitrils
I NTKKJUT paid on deposits si tho rale ol six
a. pnrvrni. per annum, .iiarcn Jsiauu Ceplem
! 1st. Interest not vtlllidluisn 1 jl,U-,l m.ini.
dlttftly lii llin principal of tho deposits, thereby
K KiiK oiciii coiotoiiuii luieiesi.
MAIlltlKK WOMK.V A.VIJ CIIII.LItK.V MAT
HKI'OMT JIO.VKV
'nil at .to osr r.ur. tss nnsw it.
Open etery business dr from 'J a.m. to 3 ti.tn.
and raiiird.iy eyenina lur HAVI.Mi DKPOSITS
oniy, irom o in o n ciocu.
txMnt W. IIVSI.OI', Treasurer.
flM I l.s rurnr A' .iriwAViT
I jus uu i l .1 1 1 Jl.y IV 1J
!AIUU, II.I.IMIIN.
CAPITAIi,
8100,000
crricrusi
W. 1. IIALLIDAY, President
UIlNItr L. IIALLIDAY, Vice PrcslJentl
A. H.HAKFOHD, Cashier I
WALTER Iiy.SLOP, Asslslaat Cashier.
mascTOusi
JliAis Tatlos, itnnraT II. CcNxmonASf,
Iltsar L. IIailidaj, W, p. IIjilii,av, '
QtQ. 1). WuiUMsov, Krti'iirs lliuu
A, II. Sirioiiu.
Kzelinuicc, oln nuil Hulled Ninlcsj
: Uoiiil Iloiiiclit mill Hold.
D
KPOHITS received, and a Keneral bankloK
l4rlll50f uuiir
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF CAIRO.
DANIEL IIUItD, President; .
nOBEIlT W. MILLElt. Vice-President i
O. N. HUOIIEK, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS. I'ltOlIPTLY afADK
EXCIUNOE, coin, SMink njlee aniUUnited
States securing bought and aold,
iMtrat Allowesl Tliat DepoilM
,00
KRAI. r.STAfE AOF.HT.
0. WINSTON & (;o.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
T
AMI!
AUCTIONEltS,
"I (SKCOS'I) r LOOP.) OHIO LKVTK,
CAIUO, ILLS.,
JIUV AND Sr.LL Itl'.AI. ESTATE,
PAY TAXES,
'UUNISH AHSTHACT8 OF TITLE
I preisru (,'ontetsnees of Kinds,
IIOOTSS AMI NIIOKSt.
WILLIAM EIIJiEHS,
I'nshlonable
HOOT AND SHOE MAKKB,
TWK.VTIKTII KTIIKKT,
Helwecn Wathlnton tnu and I'oplar )
CAIUO, ILL.
Ilools and Hhoes Made to Order.
I'ln Werkmen Employed.
Hsllsf.ictlon VVarrsnied.
I'stnaisre, Mitj
CITY SHOK STOKE
s
4Sb
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
sotr. Airsrr ro
"BEOLASKI'B'
CtihTOM-MAIlE
HOOTS AND SHOES
Coinnirrrlnl Atrnnr, Corner or EfgbtJt
SStrcrt,
Caiuo, Illi.voib.
I'AnTICCLAtl ATTK.VTIOJf PAID TO ALL OR
DKIIS FOIt IIOOPRKIRTS A.M) SllOf.S.
IXNVKAXCC
"TRIUMPH."
THE TIUUMPII INSURANCE CO.
Ol Cincinnati.
"'" - - ...IMfl.VK) W
Hohclli all kinds ol risks.
r. iinoiM,
oolifltJ Agent, Cairo, U.
COAL.
COAL I COAL! COAL!
JAMES ROSS,
DU QUOIN AND JIOUNT CARBON
COAL!
Comincrcial-av., Foot of Klof cnthst.
All Cosl esrefully tielnbed at the rsrd on Fsir
oanks scale..
FULL WEIOIIT WAP.KA.NTED.
Cosl delitered on the shortest notice in inf
fo'ad e"her br lb: iaU t0' ,on or c'
Leate order at the office on Commerclibsr. a
he foot of Eleventh street. norlCd.Cm.
AS I'lTTERW.
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
sso pisita la
AH FIXTVBEN,
Oss Fitter's and Plumber's mtriil, Woo
pumps, globe, und nne.o rslrss, atop
cocks, check talres,etc.
also AutsT roa
Tnllsj Ilrolliera Pnlrnt Dry Meter.
And Morehouse, Wells A Co'a Automstle Water'
Indlcaior andnupply Valve for steam boilers.
WINTKR'fs 11LOCK, COMMKRCIAL-AVItVn
rK!.vji
I'rlnclpal Offlco 101 "W. Fifth St., Cin. O.
THE ONLY HEI.IAIILE OIFT KKTERPrtlSE IK
THE COUNTRY I
$60 OOO.OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bodlalribiited In
Xj. X . S I2STE'S
153rd nebular Monthly
GIFT ENTERPRISE
To bo drawn Monday. February loth, 1872.
Two Grand Capitals of
$0,000 EACH IN GllEENHACKS !
Iivo Priies of l.OoOi Five Prues of .vi0i Ten
Prises o jlloo, each In Greenbacks I
1 llorso and I'uggy, with ilver-inounted
i en riiinuy hfiwlnic siscmnes, worm, each
rivn llemv CasedOold lluntinu Watches
...... ...... -,lv , ,(U!,W,n.i, . ((,w, nutcj,.,, fR,
Its I
'"i iicuvy not1' iimi", wiiii, imcii
Five fluid An" rlcii a Jliiitliij Watches,
worth, i1?1:'.1
Ten Ladle-(uldlluniing W.tches. worth
soo
1'iS
HO
each.-; ; ;
SOOlifld end silver Lever HunllnK Which.
r. jm auj, worm, each, from .H)loJ0C
iiadlos' Oold Lennilne. Chains, Oent's Oold Ves
WiMns, riohd n, loiiblo.p',te, bllvc" Tahla
ami Teaspoons, 'ioiOJiraph Alo.uns, JoWeiiy. I c
Wholo number Klftsj,, J.JJS Ticket. II mife'd ,
ai,11 TicliBl" "-'beraI
8irlo tickets ll , KU tickets 5S ,wcta cke,.
,, 510: iHentv-flve w. '
scr in onor ?r"'"!nln" ft J".11 X ot "ltpi , 'lo
yerlpi on of tho iimiiu. i of drniv nit, and oiier uT
foriniiilnn In referenco to tho dl.trlimilon, -ti b.
"avians.!. wsao

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