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THE BULLETIN.
JOHN II. OHr.lll.r, Ediioraml p-oU'tier:
Sundat -Morning, 14, 1871!.
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THU uoLLAK KLY HULLF.TIN.
John II. Otrl ' Co- h," reduced the m
,ctltion pri.' Weekly Cairo llii'.tetin In
OiuMrMU"1' iniklni; It the cheapest pv
perpuMI'h"! in fouthern Illinois.
PEA Cli SMI MIS A OA IX
Warmoth Iirn notHlinl Gciivral
Emory that bo inny witliJr.iw
hit troopi nnJ return tlicm
to tbe barrack ag-tln. This must be a
ltd dliappointracnt to Mr. Grunt, as It re
moves from lilm nil pretext for declaring
martial law In LiulsUnn.
A SUOOEST10S.
Now that tbo placo for liolJing the re
publican national convention has been
fixed on, wo liopo tho national committee
will concoJo to the public demand, in so
far ns to excludo federal oflleo-lioldeTS
from scats therein. A proportion o:' this
kind was introduced tlio cither day, but it
was iiltnmnrily volod ilnwn, as It was not
ogreeablo t,i Mr. Gnnt, and would endan
ger his chances for the nomination.
CORRECTIOS.
In our isuo of ycsteidny, an omission
oceured in tho editori.il notice of tho inuot
ingof thn Miisonrldcmocratie state central
CQtntnitloc, It should have read, "Tho
democratic stnto central committoo of
MUiouri, held a moeting on Monday last,
and unanimously indorsed tho passivo
policy.'' AVo shall endcavrr tokeop Illi
nois and Missouri politics soparatc.
COSKLISO AT WORK.
On Friday Sjnator Uonkling openod hif
batteries in tho senato on Sumner's pro
posed nrmtidnnnt to the constitution, lim
iting the presidential term. It docs not
ppar as if the timo waste 1 by this admin
istration mouth piecu U mtllelcntlv com
pensated for by the quality of tho matter
which ho poured into tho fonate, as it
toemod to attract less attention and time
than Bank's whitewash of tho pilgrim
fathers, in tho other houso.
CIVIL SERVICE REFORM.
iuu uiuru mo civil servico roiorm is
agitated, the moroobjuctlom soom to come
up to defcM, vu, tnoasuro. Objections not
merely of a technical ntituru, lint such in
would necessarily surround a subject of
such manifold difficulty. A sorious oppo
sition has arisen, as appiars from tho dis
patchos, on tho part of leading democrats
in both houses, on tho ground that by re
lieving the heads of depirtmonts from tlio
power of making their own selections,
they will be enabled to disclaim nil respon
sibility for the acts of their subordinates.
the sr. ir liquor la ir.
The bill known as the " Ohio Law, "
which restricts the traffic in liquors, n will
bo soon on referenco to our legislative re
ports passed tho houso of represent
atives at Springfield on tho l'.'tli by n large
vote. It only awaits tho signature of tho
governor to become n law. It hn been
supposed that this act was in tho nnturo
of a prohibitory law. This is a inlstike,
the basis of it being one of the main prin
ciples of common justice that uvcrv ono
is or ought to bo responsible forany wrong
done others. This act seeks to apply this
principle to !Iquor-eller, from which it
is held tboy have been practically wc.
tempted hitherto. For the injury they
havo done, the past i answerable for the
harm they may do in tlio future, this law
is intended to hold them to strict account
ability. AVo havo heretofore published
tho act in full.
LEG A L ISSO VA 770. YV.
A singular nnd unprecedented scene
was witnessed on Monday lust in Xew
York, on tlio occasion of iiolding tlio cor
oner's inquest upnn tho killing of Kik.
For tho first tiin.;. in our knowledge, an
attempt was made by Stokes' counsel to
intorfcrn with tlio regular and prei-cribed
duty of a corjnor's jury urn! to traverse
tho testimony which wa brought bel'oro
it, The pirticulur object in view, win,
douUUu, to f.irealHJl public opinion and
iumie:imMittiit In advance, through
tb.i coronur lnvw4liol Tnut tjljs
should have occurred In York cltv
it hardly to bo Wondered at, ktrvou vj0 .
novations upon criminal practice und v,
extent to which ojhiisjI fr lersons '
charged with fuluniei havubcen permittea
to go, in Uti yuurs, deprives the occur
rencoof many of Its startling and obnox
ious features. Y't tho fuel remains and
will be cited as it precedent in future in-
qunjtj, that counsel ma not only be pres.
ent at an official investigation, but may bu
allowed to question, travorso and argue
their client's case before a coroner's jury.
It requires no reasoning to show to what
such a privilege will lead, or to prove
tuat justlco may thus l,o polluted at the
Tory fountain head. The next step will be
to permit a traverse in the grand jury
room.
CLA 1'TOS Ol'ARh'ASSA H '
We are not sorry Vo sco that the ku-klux
commltteo of tho United States senate is
on the track of Clayton, whilom gov
ernor of Arkansas. If wo know anything
aoout tins man Clayton, it is ccrtalnlv not
in his favor , and if thorn is any other one
man, wnoio unti,wdents more than his re
quire investigation, k0 that his rascalities
may bo brought to tu )!;jlt( wo j0 ,10t
know him.
, For years this man Oluju,,, ), j,cd
entlro control of the affairs myvrkatnas
anil has placed in offico his satellite, and
"yoweri nil over the slate, unmliiiiiiil of
mo rctcs, tho wishes or tho protests of tho
t i . . - 1. a . . t. 1. . ai.tnniil
i,t.. I i nltntn 1 iOlmm "
his ambition- s at in the UnM States
nmi.to. Tho-, I ,..r.-..unlvl thlat0
hlc!i ha, f ,11,1 I .'.vl. either bl' arm of
ixtwor or li t crrt inciiinnMu..i .. u.uu,
lug nml
their
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the
i.w.,1,.,1 el ii" constaiuo to mo
tKr ..r lli. 1..l.1.,l,,r,i
lie has -B'P(-'1l '"'l controlled
the treasury of tho stale, and
used It credit and fund to pro-
mi.to-'liis politle.il on 1. Not nn olllco
Irf'the state, but !m Ion degraded by the
worthies." appointment he h'H made to
them, scorning to prefer for his selection
Ignorance and incapacity, even wtcro
worth and Intelligence coul I le obtained.
Tim jud.elary of Arkansas h.H been hu
imitated in hi selection and appointment
of the chief Jiutico of the upremc court
a man unknown in thoprofcion nnd who
dees not pretend to be n lawyer a third
rate editor whose stupidity is only equalled
by bis pretensions and whose honesty is
not above reproach. Controlling tho leg
islature, this man Clayton easily secured
his own election to tlio scat he now un
worthily fills, and so ho left that be-dev-ilcd
and down-troJden state, ns n prey to
tho discords which he inaugurated and nn
heir to the evil Influences that
ho Introduced nnd propagated. If
his reign of terror, his maladmin
istration of afl'airs and bis ille
gal election to tho United States senato
can escape tbo scrutiny of the ktt-klux
cnmmlttoe, tho sooner that comtnilteo Is
disbanded tho better, iio more inviting
duty Is o iencd up to them than tho in
vestigation of tho acts by which tho man
Clayton has reached his present place. It
is whispered, however, that Senator
Wright, tho chairman of that committee
in tho senate, is a brothor-in-law of
McClurc, Clayton's chief justlco. If this
is so, then whitewashing will bo tho order
of tho day and Clayton will go
tinwhlppcd of justice, to disgrace a scat
which Yell once honored.
WOMAS'S IS11UMASITV.
Hums sung long ago, of "man's inhu.
manity to man," nnd tho world slnco then
has applauded his beautiful sentiment nnd
proved by action its approval of his mo
rality. Yet, in tho wildest flights of tho
poet's Imagination, It did not occur to him
to try his muse's power on tho cognate
subject of "woman's inhumanity to woman;'
poi-ilily for tho reason that in his day
tho claims of the sex to the world's notice
had not advanced to tlio stage which they
now occupy. Nevertheless, tho thcmci
although not now, contains in itself much
that tends to sadden nnd discourago tho
boliovor in tho untarnished sincerity and
goodness of woman, and convico'
him of tho presence of selfishness
and vindlctivoness which ho
would not willingly accept ns n part of
her character. "Wo Imvo been led to tlieso
reflections by tho dally notices which tho
telegraph nnd press forco upon u, in tho
proceedings on the trial of Mrs. Wharton,
now progressing nt Annapolis. Hero is a
woman, n lady, who, until this charge
was brought against her, was nmong tho
mot favored of tho best society of Haltl
moro. Intelligent, refined and hospitnblo,
her houso was tho center of nil that was
bright and gay and sho was tlio cynosure
of tho be nit v and wit which natherod
around her. Of course wearo to pre-
nunc that must of tho bright galaxy which
visited her, professed to ho nnd were In
their own belief her friend', as warmlvnnd
devotedly attached as equality of stand
ing and similarity of sentiment would na
turally induce them to bo. Perhaps all of
tiiem had, at some period or other, sworn
undying lovo and friendship to her and
pledged their lives ns a tost of their earn-
itness. A chiingo has como over her for
tunes, and instead of reigning n queon of
society, siie dwells an inmate of a prison
cell, charged, how unjustly God only
knows ! with the awful crimo of murder.
"Woman's inhumanity to woman" bus
seldom kbcen illustrated with greater force
than in her case. Thoio who wish to think
well o! her case nro not of her own eov.
Tho thoughtlessness with which refined,
intelligent, good, and, in mot of tho rela
tions of life which call for commiseration,
tender-hearted women, pronounce her
guilty mid call down the judgment of
heaven upon her, is ono of tho most pain
ful and ollViisivo Instances of tho Injustice
o! women's impulse). For one nmu who
undertakes to defrtid .Mrs. Wharton 'ten
members of , her own sox will de
nounce her, anu this without even
having followed tho testimony eliclt
J "ii her trial with care, or
having arrived at anything Hint deserves
to b3 called nn Intelligent opinion.
Wo do not jirajiMu to iindortnkicH de
fense of Mrs. Wharton. Her counsel and
witnesses bavu vlmnk the justice of
Heaven saved us thnt task. Wo are slm-
Vy mentioning with emphasis, tho bad
'"-VUmt that most wretched lady's bittor-
tUv"ies nro to bo found among thoso
"u hmi u-hiit It U In lir. u-Ivn. ..ml
mothers.
U, Ir.,,'VV11,n , Innocent, sho is still
wretched and the, lro ,lold, out tllo or
no promise of l.app.u,, for , ow
ever cha,to a woman's V(fo lmvo
!r,,nVVN r10?'"''. to have
hrtnn nli.filiilr.lt. ...111......
.......v.,, it.iuiiv a silllll .. .
spect-ls It nothing to hnvo all tho
and tacred intricacies of hor domesu
carserj wrciiehcd open to tlio bold gazo of
iho rudo world 7 Is It nothing to hnvo
one's constitutional weaknesses and
faults, exposed to the unflinching light of
court-room evidence, with tho jeers and
scandal of n vulgar audlenco beating
down upon them ?
If Mrs. Wharton I guilty, sho is infi
nitely moro wretched ; but sinco the
wretchedness In that case Is tho complu
mcnt of the crimo wo havo no word to
utter beyond thoso which apply to myste
rious nnd unhappy humanity "as a whole.
What wo plead for, what wo desiro to urgo
upon every woman whopretemU to possess
ono Iota of reason nnd feeling is that thu
will suspend her Tcrdlct, If tho cannot nf
ford tho charity of her sympathy, u xi tl I
luch facts shall bu brought lo light ns
r
,on.
THE CAIRO DAILY
ilinll uiiqiiMtlonablj sottlo tlio Juilgmciil
dm( niiist bo passed upon Mrs. li irton
it t tvntc t vntat I'lnV
ILiIjIUUIO Ijr.UIOU.l 1 iw.n
SrniNfirtKM), Jan. 11. A b itch of fed
eral officeholders were on hand with two
object" In view first to secure tho ro
considomtlon of tho reoliilloii ondorsing
tho one term principle and to defeat tho
adoption of tho majority report, concerning
tho military oecupition of Chicago.
Til K IIUP.ST HKCOItlH.
Tho commutes on b.irnt records ha 1 a
meeting and undo somo progros. Xo
report will ba made fur several week".
TUB TEMPKIUXCI. HILL,
aroportol by the comuilttoe of tho
whole, was taken up in tho houso anil de
buted. Mr. MorrUon of Monroe, oil' r-d
an nniondiiiont, submitting tho law to tho
peoplo by cotintios. Lot CS to 100. Tho
bill was ordered to a third reading, the
rules suspended and tho bill pined by tho
folluwin voto 103 to in. It only needs
the Governor's signaluro to become a law.
hills vawrd.
Tlio Houso passed thn lonatobill to-day
Increasing tho jurisdiction of Justices of
the l'e ice to $20). Tlio sonato agreed to
striko out tho claim in tho fees nnd salaries
bill clarifying counties.
Alo bill appropriating money to defray
expenses for fitting up tho chambors and
tho bill nrovldlmr for the reassessment of
taxes In Cook County.
TEMI EKAM;e. MM
Tito bill to prevent farmer, nnd fruit
Tr.Mi'EllAXCE ME.V SlAIIED,
growers from "clling their produce without
llconsc, as amended by the senato, created
considorablo debate in the house, the tem
poranco men thinking they saw a trick In
it, ti allow tne silo of wines nnd corn
whisky.
ALL IJt'IET.
Tho scare, however, blow over, nnd tho
amendments wero agreed to.
t
I
THOSE OF THE TELEGRAPH.
AMUSING EPISODE AT A HOTEL
lil'EAKKAST TAHLK.
from tlioS.m Frnnclrco Chronicle.
Two young men, telegraph operators,
board at ono of our leading third-class
hotels nnd being of a somewhat hilarious
disposition, find great amusement In car
rying on conversation with each other at
tho table, by ticking on their plates with
knife, fork, or spoon. For tho informa
tion of those not acquainted with tele
graphy, ll may bo well to slate that a com
bination of sounds or ticks constitttto tho
telcgrnphical phabet, nnd porsons acquaint
ed with tlieso sounds can converse thereby
as intelligently ns with spoken words.
Tho young lightning-strikers, ns already
stated, weru in tho habit of indulging in
table, talk by this means, whenever tliov
desired to say anything private to each
other. For instance, No. 1 would pick up
his knifo and tick oil' somo ueh remark as
this to Nn. 1! ; "Why is this butter liko
tho offense of Hamlet's uncle ?" No. 'J.
"1 givo it ii-." .o. 1 'Ilecauso its rank
and tmolls to hoaven." Of course the
Joke U not appreciated by tlio landlord,
who sits by, because ho doisn't understand
li'legtnphi'i ticks, and probably ho ,vou!d-
n l appreciate tl nnieli ll lio did ; but the
Jokers enjoy it immensely and laugh Im
moderately, wlnlo tin, oilier kiio'Ih wniider
what I'll 11 be tho occasimi fur lli!. mixri.
ment, and naturally concludu Uiu jor,i
tors must he idiot.
A few davs ngo, while theo fiin-lovin'
youths wero seated at breakfait, a stout
built young man enter.'d tlio dining mom
with a handsome girl on his nrm, wIiosm
bliKlung countenanco showed her to be a
bndo. The couple had, in fact, been mar
ried but a day or two previous) nnd hud
comu to Sin Frunei-co from their homo in
Oakland, or Mud Springs, or somo oilier
rural village, lor tho purpose of spend-
invr mo Honeymoon. 1 lio ti'lfgmpljic
tickers commenced as soon as thu husband
and wifu had seated themselves.
No. 1. op -in-d tho discourse as follows;
" What ii lovely little pigeon this is along
bid" of me ain't sho?
No. 2. ' Perfectly charming looks as if
butler wouldn t melt in her mouth. Just
in irried, I guess; don't you think so? "
No. 1. ' Yos, I should Judge sho was.
What luscious lips she's got I If that coun
try bumpkin beside her was out of the
road, I'd give her u hug and kiss just for
No. li. "Suppose you try it, anvhow.
tilvoliera littlo liud'o under thu tablo
with your knee. "
Thuro is no tolling to what extent thu
impudent rascal iiii''lit havo irone. hut fur
an amazing and entirely unforiccn event.
Tho bridegroom' face Imd flushed and a
dark scowl was on his brow durinc thn
progress of the licking conversation : but
the operators wero too much oecunled with
ivieh other to ptynny attention t i him.
Tho reader may form fomu idea of tho
young man's consternation when the
partner of the ladv n okod on hU knlf.,
nnd ticked oil' the following torso but vig
orous message :
"This lady is my wife, and as soon as
sho gets through with her breakfast 1 pro-
iiusu in wring uoin your necKs vou into,
hut whelps."
The countenances of tho onorators fid I
very suddenly when this mess'igo commen
ced. Hy thu timo it ended thoy had lost
all appetite and annrcciation of tokos, nml
slipped out of tho dining-room in a very
rapid anU iincbronioiiloiie manner. It
seonis tho bridegroom was u telegraph
operator, and 11 knew how it was hlmsoll'."
OIT. NAVY.
Thi is our great navy, ir. round num
bers: Six first rates available, but some
nro rotting.
Eivo second rates available.
Four second rates can ba saved from rot
and nudo avaiiablu ; but it won't do to
ueiur much longer.
Eight third rates.
These aro gunboats,
Small gunboats; aro
counted as part of a
available.
Sovtii fourth rales,
available and can bo
navy.
Eight fifth rates, available bv repairs,
and by putting work on them at once.
Th.iy can nil bo saved if takon in time.
. -o vessels aro building to replncu thoso
Tiipiudcmnod, sold or rotting.
U 'yl'airs arc of tho smallest posslblo
f4trUr;!lVed 10 lhu,r l'0reO,ml
'1 lio above I. tho ino , , ,
that can bo made. 'K. f'i,vnrn1Wo fl"r"
L'O li'-to niPcni ,,..,1 . '""en ru nisi
.. c , 11 1 11 1 1
UCOIIomv imiu in, 11 ).... -
nystum of
'"for llvol
will too' the P,cS7 vo)
Bu, iroiiii'iii rusorti :
only to tug. again, but to nn,l i5,,,. !"
i not
IlllUi
or lerryboats.
ihlrty-eight vessel, ro all that thu
country can count ., its imtioimi 1
lor general service. For upeeial m
uniiiiiortaiit services there it M inimeiu..
turce. it Is well for tlio country, for It.
commorco, lu legislators, its Ca'bluet or
Congms, to look well to thistlatoof
thing. No shljii-of-war am building very
few indeed aro ruparing or fitting for use,
nnd our material on hand Is rotting fust
BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 14, 1872.
In a few vears nioro tho United Hints
will havo nclthor ships nor uunboats. and.
sxddestof all, nollhor officers nor stamen.
nu yet wo nro on mo uvo oi war.
THE KXOLtSII MBTIIOti OK TESTING
wo-
MA.V SUFFIIAOE.
An English woman has sol about claim
ing her rights by u vory practical form of
protest. She is an unmarried imiy oi good
position, living In a house, tliu relit of
which mo pavs cut oi nor own money, in
l'eerits Park. When tho government
tuxes wero demanded, .ately, tho refused
to pay. Slio sent to tlio collector a formal
protest, announcing mat nor reiusai to pay
was on prlticiplo and not bccaiiso of ina
bilityon the ground that those who would
ml allow her any representation In thn
liiw-inaklng of th'i country, Imd no light to
call on her to pay taxes. She received
uvural other invitations to pay, nnd 1 be
lieve the authorities t ouglit tlio wliolo
atlnir a decided liul-ance, and would Imvo
bee" glad to back out of It and let thu la
dy keep l or money il they could. Hut In
common decency they could not nbandon
their claim in that cao and enforce it in
others. So at last they sent in bailill',
oized somo of her furniture, and sold it.
Of couno tills was uxactly what sho
wanted, nnd sho now nppenls to all wo
men situated liko hersolf to frdlow her ex
ample. Solliing could possibly bo nioro
embarrassing to tlio government than n
widoly-oiguniaed pasive resistance of this
kind. It was thus that iho system of con
scription for tho militia was overthrown
In Kngtand, and the imposition of minis
ter's money (a tax levied for tho benefit
of tho stato church) rcn&urcd impossible In
Ireland. Hut In these tho rcsNttimco was
only that of a few determined men. ,jUst
think what power could deal with tho r-
sistnncc of a great many determined
women I As vet. howovor. this lady's up-
, mu6l
t'lUcntlun ,,, l,cr etstcrhood. The
woman's rights ndvocatcs here, are at pre
cut split up into several hostile camps
Tho ladies havo all fallen out. I don't
know anything nbout tho merits or even
tlio cause of the qunrro' injselfjbut 1
know thoro nru divisions nnd secessions of
a lingo kind, and that until, or unless,
theio nro reconciled, there will bo littlo
done for the cntiso of our suffering sisters.
Letter lo the Sew i or); Evening Mail.
A JOKE OX A TAILOIt.
In Boston, many years ngo, thero lived
(as there do now, wo venttiro to say,) two
young fellows, rather waggish in their
ways, nnd who were in tho habit of patron
izing rather extensively a tailor by tho
name of Smith. AYoll, ono day, into his
shop tlieso two young blades strolled.
Says ono of them : " Smith, we've been
making a bet. Now wo want you to make
cacli of us a suit of clothes, wait till tho
bet is decided, and tho one that loses will
pay tho whole." " Certainly, gentlemen ;
I shnll be most happy to servo you," says
Smith, nnd forthwith their mcasuro was
taken, nnd indue courso of ti Tie the clothes
wero sent home. A month or two passed
by, nnd yet our friend, tlio tailor, saw
nothing of his customers. Ono day, how
ever, lio met them, nnd thinking it almost
timo tho bet was decided, ho made up to
them and asked them how their clothes
fitted. " Oh I " excellently, says ono ; " bv
tho by, Smith, our bet isn't decided vet.
"Ah I" says Smith, " what is It?'' Why
I bet that when liunkrr Hill Monument
falls it will fall toward the south I Hill
hero took mo up, nnd when tho bet is do
cided we'll call nnd pay you thnt litt'o
bill." Smith's faco stretched to doublo
its usual length, but ho soon recovered
hi wonted ood liumnr.
i.assjOino a oiiiz.ly.
Tho Ventura, C.il., Signal relate tho
following. Wo forgot to noto n littlo In
cident that took place here somo timo ngo
iimi nai wen wormy ot record, Illustra
ting California youth and life. Two boys
aged respectively 12 and 1 1 years, sons of
.V:.'4- i '!ja'0 01 1110 -Molltoclto, and It. It.
Hull, ortho OJ.il ranefi, wero out In iIkj
mountains on horseback. lookim? fortlndr
lows, wnen iney uncovered a vonng gr z-
iy uear louunng niong in tho trail. Thoy
had Leon long enough hero to know thn
danger or trying to catch tho littlo fellow,
the ferocious dam rarelv heintr bevond tlin
cries 01 nor young, jiut the temptation
was too strong for youthful discretion, and
keeping an eye on tho varmint, they began
hallooing, and finally being convinced that
tlio old 0110 was not near,they rode up to
11101, aim wim 1110 uexiuruy ol old vae
quonis, quickly succeeded in fjstcnlng thu
lariat nl.ont his neck, nnd took him safely
home. Il was 11 feat as dangerous ns dar
ing, and a sport that old hunters would
not euro to indulge in unless exceedingly
well mounted.
-
II KIIO.
Don Piatt told thu following touching
story : A Sunday-school superintendent,
out in Alaska, treated his entire charge to
a slcigh-ride. Thero worojust forlv-oiio
of tho cherubs nnd n slx-horso sleigh. On
tlio way homo they wero be;et bv a pnek
of ferocious wolves. Cool and eolfected in
that hour of fearful trial, tho superinten
dent saw nt a glanco that lie must soon bo
overtaken, in nn instant his quick mind
grasped tho only chanco ot'escapo. Seizing
the child thnt always sung "I want to bo u
angel ' two notes too high, lie flung it to
Iho rapacious herd. It staved their on
ward rush for a moment. Next camo tho
urchin who never brought any pennies to
tho heathen. AndfoonswepUho pursued
and pursuers until the lal infant was ex
hausted. Hut tlio bravo fellow hud econom
ized Ills material noblv. and hesiri 1,4. ri
whole Sunday-school slows oll'a pack of
Wolves tinrrnnttlilf U' li.i I.,..,.. .....!
ced this. In another moment the sleigh
dashed Into the village, nnd tho grand, no
ble, true-hearted muii know ho was saved.
jas rirri:its.
U. T. GHItOULJ);
STHA-M AND GAS FITTER
1M' IN
UAH flXTVItUS,
as Pitlrr'H nnd I'lumher'ii matrnul, W110
iminis, uml mis vkItks, hod
I'OuliK, cheek viihe,elc.
AU3 aqknt ron
Tiilln Ilrolhem I'lilcnt Iry lni Mrtrrw
Ami Morehouse, Well. A Co'h Automntla Watel
InilcntiirninlHiiiply VhIto for steam tollers.
WINTEIl'H 1ILOCK, COMMKRCIAL-AVKVUU,
l'A.Mii.Y atotr.i(it.K.
LOUIS J 0 II 0 E N S K N ,
Dealer In all klmlr of
STAPLE AND FANCY
I'nrinpr'H Vnril nml HIiiIiIIiik
WITHOUT CIIAIiUE.
for. V.thingtou-av.'and Twoulioth-Bt.
jj27.nr CA,U0- ILU'
It Y a 41 1 H.
71. FALL WINTER. '72
0. II AN NY.
LARGE STOCK.
ihuown sheetings,
Ipuints,
CHECK S,
AM)
S T It I P E S,
KENTUCKY .IRAK, E.VTItA,
CASSlMEltS,
HTID.A.asriN-rEXiS.
HLACK ALPAUAS
AND
LUSTEHS,
OUOS OKA IN SILKS,
I'OI'MNIH.
IjAKUE stock of carpeting
OIL CLOTHS,
MATTING,
Window Nliadci,
aiLT HANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACK
l"-MASKS.
Ill Kntlrr NlncU Xossr Cloning Out
A1
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CONNER 8tH ST., AND COMMEItCIAL-AV.,
t'niro, Illinois.
swittif
insuiia.x.'i:
W. II. JiOIllUF,
Notary 1'iiUlc,
II. II. CANUKt
No. I'ub. nnd U.8. Cctn.
FIP.E, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
CCIUKNT, LIFE,
I3STSi7EAlTCEI
JCTNA. ilAKTFOHD.
ASf U 55,615,501 07
NORTH AMEHtf?i. t'l..
Astti. 2,783,000 0.
Assets.- 2,541,210 H
rilCENIX, IIAKTFORD,
Assrt.i 1.7SI.1H
INTEKNAT10NAL, N. T.,
Assets I,lV),3!)i
rUTNASI, HAUTrORD,
Asstln 0C,U7 1
CLKVKLAND, CLBVKLANP,
Al'ctl- 415.C73 S(
HOME, COI.U.MIIUS,
AskpIs 6IS.27S ti
AUEIilCAN CENTItAL, MO.,
AfM tno,("X) C!
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Assfts W,0ii,000 U
TltAYELKIl'M, HAItTFOIlD, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
tt l,W,(KO 01
RAILWAY I'ASSENOERS ASSURANCE
CO.. HARTFOItll.
Atl JIlO.CM,
INDEPENDENT, IIOSTON,
CiO,8ti
.Wets.
SAFFOHD, MOHHIS k C'AXDEK,
71 Ohio I.evec,
City National Hank, CAIHO, II.l,.
FIHE AND MARINE
I'OMIMXIENi
NIAOARA, N. Y.,
Asst.
.I,I3C,2IC iff
GEUMAVfA. V. Y..
AsH 1.0C4.721 7S
HANOVER, N. Y.
Asset..
..72C.8C2 00
REl'UIILIC, N. Y.,
Assols TII.MX w,
UompriNlnK tho Underwriter"' Agency.
YONKKItH, N. Y.,
878,161 J!
Alieli..
AL1IANY CITY,
AmuU S53.IM at
firemen's FUND, H. V.,
Am1 078,000 OO
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE.
' J.132,819 Wl
SrOHh, I)nellmi, Kiirniliire, llulli ami Car
L'oen, Insareil nt rates ns fnvoiablo us aound
permanent aocurilv vt 111 warrant.
I rHsieetlaly ak 01 tlio cllltons of Cairo, a
share ol their natronngc.
. n. nt'diit:
IIOAT NTOItFIS,
S A M W ILSON,
l i A t r. a lis
BOAT BTOBE3
".. .w ,
0 II 0 U K II I E S ,
PROVISIONS, ETC.
So. 110
Omo Levkk Caibo, III,
tDii rsonrrit who
mi win.
in
6
CD
IIA.MCH.
ENTERJJRISE SAVINGS
Clinrlcritl .Unrrli 31, ISO!),
orrict is
CITY NATIONAL DANK, CAIRO
orucram
"A. II. SAI'FORI). I'femdeiit ;
is. S. TAVI.Oli, Vite.l'n.ideiiti
W. IIYSI.UI', .'irretarv and Treasurer.)
biBiCToad
P. IV. IUacLAi, Ciia. (jAiinara,
K. M. hTUCklKTII, I'ai i. (i. Hciiiii,
It. M.Ct'NMXbUAM, W. 1. IIALLIUIV,
J. 31. runups.
Di'IionIIn of nil' A ill oil til Itcrritrsl Irum
. . Ljinnrust
f NTEKKiT paid on ilepsts H I lie rate ot u
I t.e..n, .u.r nnnlltn lln...l. 1 . nn.l .......
her Il. Ililcte.t not vtu'hilraNii Is Mlcleii lamia
Ulately to the principal of the ilcpnsiti, thereby
h'Oli .IIVI.I LU,ll.UUI,U IlllVft'SI.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
DKWMT MONEY
i THAT SO OSI lilt CAN IIUAW II.
Il.,..n I. (,.!,... .1... r...... n . ... .
. . . j uupnii.i .iiiiii n.iii. i'j , ij.iii.
ami t-ntunlay eyenin lor HA VINO IiKroSITfJ
Kill, IIUIII U HI O U LUl'K.
. ill ni.ur, Treasurer.
THE CJTY NATIONAL
Byi.nsr'K:.
IIAIItO, IM.I.VUIM.
CAPITAL,
sino.ooo
orriciati
W. I'. IIALLIDAV, President
HENltY U. IIAI.LIIJAY, Vice President :
A. II. HAI'KOItl), Cashier;
WALTER IIYHLOP, Assistant Cashier.
MRKCTOBSI
SIAAIS TAVLOB, KOBfUT II, Ct'NMhQIlA N,
"V, 'i:.IUll,BA,t W. P. IlAlllfcAT,
Or.o. II. Wiiliamiov, KrrNKN Him,
A. II. Sai rouu.
Exclntugc, Coin nml Uiillnl Nlnlc
lllonU HoiiKlil nml Holil.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ol' CM I HO.
DANIEL IIUItD, Prenlilenti
rtOHEHT W. MII.I.KH, Vice-PrcMdunt :
O.N.UUailES.Cashlor.
COLLECTIONS PKOilPTLY MADE
EXCIMNftE, coin, bank noles and United
dtutea tecurllles bought and sold.
iMlvrMt Allerrvd on Tlrat Deposit.
nr.M, ENTArr, aut.xt.
U. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL "ESTATE AGET
AND
AUCTIONEHS,
7i (second floor) 01110 lv.vek,
CAIRO, ILLS.,
Iiuv and Sei.i. Hkai. Estate,
I'AY TAXES,
FUKNISH AIISTHACTS OP TITLE
A I irntr Contennoen of Klads.
IIOOIN AMI NIlOi;.
WILLIAM EIILEHS,
f'nhlonabte
HOOT AND SHOE MAKKlt,
TWENTIETH STREET,
Helweea Washington tttaua aq1 Puptar
CAIRO, ILL.
Hoota and Hhnea Made to Order.
Kln Workmen Kmployeil.
tjatlafactlon Warranted.
l'atronn( Hotleltaj,
CITY SHOE STOKE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
son aqixot roa
"BEOLASKI"
CUSTOM-VIADB
HOOTS AND SHOES
C'oruiiicrclnl ATcnitr, Corner of Eighth
Nlrcet,
Cairo, Illinois.
particular attention i'aid to all 01
der8 for iiooi'skirts and shoes.
"TRIUMPH."
THE TUIUMPII INSURANCE CO.
Ol riuclnnMI.
''! - - -..IJoVd W
Hollcil. all kinds ol riiks.
ocl27tf Agent, Cairo. la.
OAI.
CO A L I COAL! COAL I
JAMES ROSS,
ciAira is
I)U QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
COAL!
Commcrcial-nv., Foot of Kicvcnth-st,
All Coal carefully weighed at the ysrd on Fair
fwnks scales.
FULL WEIGHT WARRANTED.
Col ilelneieil on ihe nhortest notice in anr
lrt ol ihe ci.y, cither by thu half ton, ton or car
load.
Leave order at the office on Commercial. at. 4
he fot of Elereolh street. norUd-Gm.
WI.N'KN A.I l.lUUOn.
K"M'''s"foc7iFT"ETiiV
it'ecrssoa routr. a iTOciriBia
IterllOer nml M'holruile Dealer ll
I'orelitii and Uomcatlo
wines ;and liquors.
No. 02 Ohio Levjbe,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
HE keeps nn hand constantly a full stock o
Old Kentucky llourbon. Ilyn and Mononea-Im-Iii
Whlsklea, French Hrandies, Holland On,
P.hlneand California Wines
liDWtf
WM. II. SCIIUTTER,
Importer nuil Wlioleanle .Dealer la
WINES, LIQUORS,
TOBACCO &c CIQ-AE3.
AKnt for the beat branda of
CHEAM AND STOCK ALE,
AND
IiiiiorlcU Alrm of nitTerenl Hinds,
75 Ohio Levee,
tl CAIIIO. 1M.INOI3.
HIIX1NKHW.
MKS. 31. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
1KB
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
t'ouimcrclnl Avriiur. opiioslle 111
mill llnylborii'a
Oaio, Illinois.
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAJi
Made to order, or Heady. Made.
Ilna received a full and complete stock of cjii Ji,
is,"n!.r.r!i;aoi eom,1"est ln ,he y '
ItlDBONS, LACES AND FltlNOES
aim oirors great Inducemats to her patrons ana
BU (jtliel-M IlliU I nn l.u. a.....ln. , l.u .......... "
,w ... . vtjivi,ir.ntitiu7 wiq iiiivca. SIJlrH
and quality of her Kuods. ' ' 1
Mrs. wander, having sold her proprly, will
sth ihe whole of these Koods at anil below con.
Mhtjerj lowest price.
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