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JOHN II OHEIU.T, Kdllor and I'uWia.ieri
TuemiAT Mornino, Jnn. 1C, i"2'
Tim or Tin Dili
(. week, by ral,,r
One year br eerier, In advanee
, I CO
Oj monU. by Mll -
n year, ...
a Kidt-avakt Journal.- '
'carte i out
'a the pufAic:
Tilt OtU WEEKLY BULLETIN.
John n. Oftj k Co. hM reduced the sub
crlptioa r"'" of ,h Weekly Clro llulletln to
(Hi Ikte'T" emium. making It the cheapest pa.
perpubtlihed In Fouthern Tllinolw.
TnB Governor 1ms approved tho new
temperance law. Look out for breakers,
ra.etslc.urs of tho saloons and manufacturer.'.
You may be called on to explain when you
least expect it.
TnrScnateof Illinois ha passed ablll,
making it obligatory on the owners of cat
tlo to keep them fenced in. Our idea ifi
that it is the part of economy to restrain
cattlo and thus save tho expenses of fen
ces. Millions of dollarj aro wasted lo the
t talo in keeping stock out, instead of in.
Senator Sherman, of Ohio, hat t last
triumphed over all personal enemies in
his own party and has become his own
successor. The combinations against him
were formidable, and tho war was bitter
from tho beginning ol his senatorial cam
paign to Its close.
The result has astonished many who be
lieved that there was strength enough
among his opponents to force him into
retirement. Hut tho dogged persistence
which has kept Sherman prominently be
fore the country, baffled the effort tnd
hopes of hit porsonal enemies. The demo
crats, who could lmvo tecurci his defeat
by uniting with the republican malcon
tents upon some unobjectionable anti
Grant man, re-illustrated "hncient tradi
tions, " by throwing away their votes on
Gen. Morgan and tho result is an admin
istration triumph, snatched from the very
jaws oi defeat; and so it will ever be, whilo
a policy so ruinous and counsels
so fatal, continue to provail.
CAS ADA STASDS A LOSE.
For th first time since Canada was con
quered ty Uritish arms, she is left without
a soldier of England upon her soil. The
old city of Quobcc, which in its day has
seen so many mutton, fortified with n
strength wWch Tenders it equal in resist
ance to Gibraltar, has now no garrison of
British soldiers j and together with Hali
fax, tho most important position on this
continent, for military purpoe, lm ben
evacuated. Theso two places were the
last which wero turned over to the
Early last month, the first batallon of
tho sixtieth rifles marched out of tho
fortresses surrounding Quobec, on
their way homo; on tho last of November,
tho seventy-eighth regiment embarked
at Halifax for Plymouth.
With tho withdrawal of tlioso troops,
the direct control and management of tho
mother country over tho Dominion of Can
ada ceased and tho country was left to tako
caro of herself. Sho Hands alone.
How Jong this condition of thing will
last and whether neeesiit, or inclination
will induco n chango in her political
relations with the United States, time will
show. Tho current belief in Canada is,
that union with this government f not
only the course of wMom.but must event
ually become a matter of supreme neces
sity. The csaSictirg interest of her people
trMct; from 4iff.-oc4 in raw, ideas of
cosbkm-;! policy tod local prejudices,
v'U aluttMj ad & long hc fore
1 sW entire gfTmmni.
" U oi eatopUiai sd oppoii.
sW i.-ts: usa., u in the
tmpicitm iai dUliV.e ll
irtswil, eorrpondir.g favor
rtfaMicts .V-m, and it d-x not
?ftfr t. propfcet ( vision u forecast how
lU Wm will U ul!. Imperial
rl sw fiemxraUc innitutioni, wtil soon
be iWIU4 to the people uf the dornin
fun, as a f(o-Uoo for their dtjci,ion.
A question of vast importance is loomin
1 on the political horizon, which does
WA appear to havo attract,-,! the public
.,, u Reserves.
continually VaX les "
defiance the. cuitom Iioum, 11
tho lawk of the tw0 ,.ai,,,.....
Ktforts have been mml to m,'.l"
proa tne contraband truduwith Memo
but without utrct, and it nil) continues in
all its vigor. Meanwhile- uriarchy and
rjvolutlon continuu lo distract our neigh-
uonng repuoiic, without any present pros
pect of termination.
Jho question ariu whether tho timo
has not come when this government should
interfere, either by throwing its pro
tectlng authority over Mexico or Lv un.
ncxinglt to the United States, nnd' thus
enu a striio and a utato of alluim which can
oe cnueu I., no otlier wav. Thl. .. ...
- , '. V B..J ,
u" ui urani t opportunities such
one as is teldom thrown In tho way of an
aspiring statesman. If It U u,icd bow
cau cither of the abovo suggestions bo con-
sntutionafjy carried out, tho answer I
ready by. reference to tho hlstorv of tho nn
nexutlon of Texas, yd frosl, j the recol
lecllon of tho peoplo of this country. Let
me pte.hleiit nslc congre for powor to
punisn Uh. MnugglcM ,,d border rutlluns
of Mexico, 14 tl0 nuihority to cro tJC
,Rlo Grande wife nrinwl forcci to .
force our treaty lUpuUtlons with our die
orderly neighbor, ana aihM toon lmvo
wttlefflont of tho MexlMl , ue,tim and
and of Mexico also.
Toxas wai annoxod by joint rcwhiilonj
of congrosn, which provided, that n Ul0
prsident' dltcrotion, first, it might bo
lmperfttl"".v nnll1Jtod regardless of Its
jlwi.an boundary diut0i nnd stcflmll.v,
ft n tettloment in rrlvnnco '! (
f..I ..r it... I........I,,..,. i,n.llnll. .folin ,
Tvlor, then pretldctit, had hut on J0 01
his term rcmnlnlnf , when th Joint reso
lutions were Mrcl to Mm for hl
approval. Ho rfl. I'.v accepting tho first
resolutlnndlll'."t'!'ln messenger to
Tein, under cv.r of tho nlj-ht, so that
when 1'olk cam lnto olllco the next day.
lie had nothing left him bill to abide by
the consequences of the decision of Tyler.
"What wore the results They were the
most momentous and mot important in
the whole hlstorv of ti c 1'nited States as
a nation. Tho annexation nltcrriativo
which was adopted, gHV- u the war with
Mexico, and that w ar not only cava in
Texas to the Wo Grande, but all that vast
region now comprised In tho territories
nf cw Mexico, Colorado, Arizona nnd
Utah, with the states of Nevada and Cali
fornia i and these, in turn, have given us
tho boundless wealth of all their gold and
silver mlne, the Pacific railroad ; nnd in
cidentally, with some great burdens disas
trous curses they bronchi about tho
abolition of slavery and other benefits,
some of which arc yet to be realized.
Yet greater results nro promised in ref
erence to this Mexican question in ref
erence to that country with nil Its incal
culable mineral and agricultural rooiirces
brought under American rule nnd sub
jected to American energies. There is
now no great political question or grand
idea before tho country. Most of the Is
sues of tho war and of reconstruction are
settled, nnd upon the money question, In nil
its phases, tho politicians nro adrift Per
sonal grievances and personal cliques nro
cropping out everywhere, whilo party
landmarks and party principles nro be
coming dim and confused in the absence of
any great issue or grand idea. Under
these conditions there l no telling how
or where party linc will bo drawn
next fall. They may bo controlled more
or less bv local issues in congressional dis
tricts or by disputes nnd differences within
the partv now in power. But let t his
question bo brought beforo tho people,
through the action of congress, nnd nil the
minor subjects of tho day will be swept off
by the general uprising of the nation in its
ctiort to accomplish what Is truly Its ' man
No better opportunity can over be off
ered Mr. Grant to signalize his administra
tion nnd hand himself grandly down
to history's keeping, than by forcing this
issue of tho annexation of Mexico tho
succcssfnl accomplishment of which is
aliko due to our own honor and to nit tho
interests of tho human familv.
In cur issue of Saturday, wo published
an abstract, giving tho present condition
of our Navy and showing tho insufficiency
of the whole establishment, which should
awaVcn serious contemplations on tho
part of tho people. Tlicro aro
many subject" that fall under tho notion of
tho press, especially tlioso of u national
character, in regard to which misconcep
tion is so iinlvori.il and so perilous, that it
becomct our imperative duty to correct
the popular mind and set it right.
Whilo wo tiro mt of that clnss who delight
in pointing out tho defects which exist in
the administration of our government or
marking tho errors that may have been
committed by our rulers, wo belicvo tha1
the withholding of truth from tho people
would bo a grea'er crimo than exposing
our weakness in a puint where tho public
most strongly rely.
Tho condition of tho Naval arm of the
crvice, as shown by tho ubstrnct ubovo re
ferred to, is neither Haltering to the nation
al namo nor crodltablo to tho statesman
ship of thoso entrusted with tho responsi
bility of providing for tho national wel
fare. For year tho people of this coun
try have Indulged in tho delusion that thoy
possesied a powerful navy hardly second
to any on the globe. Intent on selfl.h
onds and imbued w.tb it t prevailing spirit
of deinagocnhrra oi? put, lie men have
avoided demlin Lowwii.- with the ques
tion, preferring r:br to tickle the conceit
of their conHitumu than to state facts as
they MUully exkted. It is right that tho
people should be enlightened, in order
that they may fix the blame where it bo
longs and insiit upon tho reparation of n
Practically wo havo no navv.nnd Mich is
Its condition that wo are unablo to protect
ourselves on tho sea in tho event of Mid-
en war. Willi n Mim total of fifty
vessels, mainly second and third ratus
most of them ongaged in tho promotion of
our f'ominerclal Interests abroad so that
in enso of a collision with any rcpectnble
power, tho security of our cointa would
bo torioiisly oudiingcred. Apprueiidivo of
iu involutions wrought by science In the
art oi war, other nullum, lmvo hastened to
Improvoupon Idens which -vo wcrothu llrsi
suggest, whilo wo, us it exhausted, have
"ice iguo, sunk into astute oi apathy with
"-M to this subject, from which it seems
1 B'V "'franco of safety, wo need
snips and BM competent to contend on
-"" 1 W,l-Uoso now possessed by
..... ' ' llco wo nro wofully
- ran create thorn,
and iiocomuiodutiun requisite, . '
.lrMlnn Tl.l, ...III ',... . ''.' Ulclr C0-
preparation. Our navy yards do m,...
tain the facilities fur building u firit-ch
iron-clad ; they euniiut even expeditious
dock nnd repair tho few vessels which wo
now possess ; and wurro than all this.
their situation is co oxposed thatsomo of
them would fall nn easy prey to an enemy
beforo thoy could manufacture tho means
of self.protcctluii. Tho principal imvv
yard in .Maine, sit Klttcrv, is situated
within three miles ef tho ocean, and has
no deronco whutover. While with regard
to other navy yard, though their dofencet
might bo adequato for what was sclonco In
18C0, thoy would bo unrolhtblo to repel n
imvul attack In 1H72.
"Whilo wo havo stood still, tho rcbt of
tho world has boon moving on,
leaving us behind. Not only nro tho
fleets of other nations fur superior to ours,
but tho gunt thoy carry havo moro sulll-
cient destructive power than
TJIJ2 CAIRO DAILY
fftUBdirW can proluco. Our fiflcon-in. h
i01"1" lt ' , .. , ,
-un, or.co tieemeu tno i.esi, arc new iar
jiirpassou uy uio iniworui "ninnm.-,
llfS't n comparison can scarcely bo made
between lliem. Assuming other things to
b equal, one of our ships could not ongngo
an enemy arme l with the AVhltworth g.in
nnd havo n reasonable hop ofMtccesi.
As already suggested, thceo are unpala
table truths.'but the sooner they are ktmwn
and appreciated tho sooner will the peo
ple servants in congress bo instigated to
a fulfillment of their trust, nnd legislate
for tho enlargement of the navy of the
United States. This will cost money, it Is
true; and spending the public treaure
except when it Is npplicd to the payment,
ton yoari beforo due, of tho national dobt
Is not popular just now. It might, how
ever, bo i.rgued that national expenditure'
when made to footer the ingenuity and
industry of our own people, Is not extrav
agance, but Is a benefit to the producing
and laboring interests of tho country.
Forty millions a year, dovotcd to improve
ment of our national defences, will give a
ureater impetus to prosperity at homo than
would ono hundred millions lavished for
Improvement of the national credit. In the
estimation of tho world, there Is something
which may be worth more to us than thlsi
and that is national dignity nnd power.
But aside from all thee reasons there
is one yet more potent. Wo nro told
from "Washington that our difficulties
with Spain nro beginning to bo smoky
and warlike. The president has msde a
demand on Spain for an nology for the
outrage on the Florida, nnd monitors
are being fitted out, to bo ready in case
that nation refuses to npologize. Arc we
ready to meet Spain on tho sea, if called to
this alternative? And l it not tho duty
of congre.stogive our sailors the ships nnd
guns nee .led to put them on something
like equal terms with the enemy, with nil
his modern improvements? Hut one re
ply can be made to these propositions and
that is Mich nn one as patriotism nnd com
mon prudence would dictate.
M A ?S A 0 1 1 US KTLS MORAL?.
The citlzer.3 of Dalton, in tho western
part of this state, have, perhaps, never be
fore, says tho Boston Herald, been .o tho
roughly" excited ns they have been during
the pa'st week or two, about ono of tho
strangest cases of domestic troublo that it
has ever been our lot to chronicle. The
following details arc given by the Pitts
field EnrjU :
About n dozen years ago a youth of
nineteen, who Is now a respected, "and un
til recently, a well-to-do citizen of Dalton,
married a'girl of seventeen, and together
they began life hopeful and happy. Their
felicity, however, was not of long dura
tion, though until latterly their incompat
ibilitv 1ms not been so serious that either
sought a separation. There havo been
two children, ono of whom is now ten
and the other two years old. Becently it
bus been observed that this woman "has
been on very friendly term with a colored
man who has been working in that town,
and who has n wifo (a white woman) nnd
twoorthrco children now living in Dal
ton. Tho intimacy between this colored
mnn nnd the wifo nf thn D.iltnnlan lias
been noted by tha neighbors, though for
sometime it was unknown to ttio husband,
and only when hit nttention was called to
it by a triend did ho ''nvo any suspicions
that thnro was anything wrong. When
hi eyes wero fairly opened ho nt onco t
postulated with his wife, rebuMnit her for
tier manife'tations of a suspiciouly ardent
affection for the colored man, but" instead
of pentitenco and shamo, tho woman de
clared her lovo for her ebony friend,
vowed that she never" lovod
her husband, nnd told him that
her youngest child was not hU.
And more, it is said that ono day sho em
braced tho darkey in her husband's pre
nice, nnd said to him whilo caressing
him : "God known I lovo you." There
nro fuw men who would have looked upon
such a i-cenc without quickly punishing, if
not killing outright ono of tho guilty cren
turos, but this liinn was ono cf tho few.
Uf course ho could no longer tolerate her
in his house, and ho bado her pack up and
leave. Hut in sending her away ho was
surpassingly kind, for he not only ullowed
Jier to help herself to wlmt she pleased
and 6ho took liberally of her husband's
clothing f. r the uee of "her lover but ho
gave her, also, more thun it thousand dol
lar, in muiiey, which lie hud earned by his
industry and saved by economy, nnd then
told her to depart in peace, but never to
come near him again. On Tuesday night
of last week, when this bargain w"as con
summated, the colored man camo to this
town, hired n carriuge, drovo to Dalton,
nnd brought the woman nnd her vouagest
child to Pittxfleld, where, so fa'r as wo
know thoy aro now living, though it is re
porteil that ho has gone to California, and
that tho will coon join him there.
The darkey's wliito wifo nt Dalton, hav
ing ineanwhilo learned that another white
woman had supplanted her in tho airoct
ions of her husband, managed to get an
interview with tho parties beforo they left
town, nnd was for a litno determined " to
make trouble," but n present of n fifty dol
lar bill quirted her, and ho withdrew lior
opposition. Tho alfair is tho town talk of
Dalton, and tho victim of this shameful
infidelity lias the deepest sympathy of tho
entire community, lie is woll known as a
man of correct habit", kind heart and
plousant disposition. Ho occunies a
responsible position in ono of tho paper
mills of the town, and hi nmployors nnd
tho employes under him hold him in high
"w "1"- money no nuvn to UK hith-
less wife was all ho po.us,icl, but ho says
hencver inndo a better bargain in his life,
and never felt richer.
OXBM0RKCO.MB TO OIUKr,
IIAUI.AN S rillF.Mi Alll'.KVrKl).
(WaahinKon (Jan. e) cnrresimniletiee of tho IId.
.lolin . A rlKlit, wl10.11 connection with
tlio Imlliin jienslon nml bounty Iriimh lias
iniulo lit 111 notorious, was arrested ut Ills
rosidenco in this citv nhout noon to-day
by 11 United Stntos duiiuty nmrslml from
Now York, and left in eustoily for tlmt
city tills evoniii),'. Tlio clmrge on which
vim liullctmuni has iicun found nii.l the
'.".. t iniulo is 11 vlulntlon of tho net .r
h conspiracy to fraudulently
!!," ''l0;'7 from thu ovornmont ; and an
Smith V" Vork ywtordiiy for l,rt
smith, Ark , vihi, wnrrttnl, for t,0 urretl
m.e 1 ,. ii" ':,l!t,ttn. Wright', part.
vein , 11 "","rri1v1"1"" Now York, nnd
wl l l.robahly bo ablo , B,v ,mi, f , ,
ai.eantneo in April. Thu iiidlctinciit wns
found nnd tho trial will bo held ,, nu"v
ork for tho reason that thu eonitiUncv
was coinpletcil there, tho payment of tho
checks fraudulently obtained having been
muilo ut tho eub-treasurv in tlmt city,
Tho Indictment vae fonu'd bv tho IJiiltod
Stalch trraiuljury at Its recent sossion, and
tho ovidenco Is nilil to amount to n con
victlon. S'rlght has rotalncil us his coun
sel R, T. Merrick, of thU city, nnd .Mr.
Christie, of Connecticut, n law' partner of
J. W. Wright, Jr. Tho interior depart
merit continues in thn mcantlmo to nrnkn.
cuto it'K'nrch l'orovidoiieo which will nn-1
BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 1G, 1872.
torUo civil suit ngnlnst "Wright on his
S100.000 bond, and n special coinin ssoncr
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otl t)1, business, in tins connection Gen
Shanks' resolution, adopted by tho Houso
this afternoon, instructing tho Indian com
mlttco to inquiro into nil matters connect
ed with tho payment of nnnultlc", pensions
nnd bounties to tho Chcrokeo, Creek nnd
Scmlnolo Indians, with powor to send for
persons nnd papers, is moro than usunlly
NEW STYLE OF VACCINATION.
Tho November number of ltarper'
Marianne gives the details of nn Improved
method of vaccination, which, In viow of
the ravages of small-pox in Philadelphia
and other cities, may perhaps desorvo tho
attention of our medical practitioners.
Tho new plan was first practiced by nMr.
Kills nn Kncllsh physician. Ordinary
vaccination Is performed by scraping otf
Iho cpidormis nnu inrusiiug mo vaccine
virus into a puncture made by tho lancet.
A greatly Improved method, however, con
sists in raising a blister by a drop of can
tharides applied to tho skin. This Is to bo
pricked and tho drop of fluid lot out, and
a fine vaccine point put in this plnco and
withdrawn nftcr a moment of delay; tho
U fulls back and nuito excludes
tho nir, shutting out any germs thntmlght
bo floating in the atmosphere. ThU method
has been practiced by Mr. Ellis for twenty
years, nnd out of hundreds of cases of vac
cination which ho has performed, ho has
never had an Instanco of blood-poisoning
or abscess, whilo by the ordlnnry method
nn occurrcnco of secondary nbsccs is by
no means uncommon, and thalof pyacnia
l nrien observed. The cotnparntii oiafctv
of this method is belloved to bo due, llr,
to tho exclusion of tho air, nnd, second, to
lessen tho size of the npcrturo for the intro
duction of mischfer than when tno punc
tures arc made by the lance.
Hero's n truo talo of woe, all about n
beautiful and abandoned wifo In this city.
Sho married n wretch who loved her
money not wisely, but too well. "When
he cot the monev he loved somebody else,
nnd departed or tho 'Tolling prairies of
the mighty cst.' Ills earthly posses
sions wero burnt up in Chicago fire, and
then ho camo back to New York, nnd put
up at tho Astor house, with a cent in his
pocket, liomono seized him (it must have
been remorse), and ascertaining tho ad
dress of his lawful partner, ho thus wrote
"I am hero nnd penniless. Forgive tho
past and como to my arms again."
This is what she wroto back :
"I 11 come ns soon ns I can. Kxcuso de
lay. I've gone to have a loaded head put
on" the cano you left.'-'
Ho didn't wait ! Bcmorso seized him
again, and carried him off. Finis. S. J".
noons, nanii, irrci
w. w. tjioriVtox'S.
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13 J TENTH XTlir.KT,
Doors, Nash, llllmlx, MoiiIiIIukn,
i:ave (in Iters, (stood) Window nml Dooj
I'raines, I'loorlu, I.mli,
MiIiikIoh, filmed Kiuti, (iltizetl Side
I.lclifs, ; lazed Triiimoinw,
Sush IVrlKlili), Ninth 1'iiIIIi-n mid Cords,
III ikI I'iisI etilnKN, Hoofing
felt, Hoofing Cement. I'Ustprlni;
Paper, Cnrpet I'ell, White
Lead, Mused till, American Window
(illiss, I'.iikIIsIi mill Trench
I'liifc SiliiHS, I'ntty, (ilnzler'N I'oIiiIn
Sewer I'lpeM I'atent Chimneya,
:., i:tr Kto.
A 01-NTS lor Hock Unci I'sjicr Company'
Hu-aihini! Ki lt nnd (jimMi Cement.
II. IV John'ii Improved ItoofliiK always on
CAUL L. THOMAS,
now prepaie.l 10 re.ponil promptly to nil ile
inands fur Int. services.
SHOP-Coit. STII-ST. A.Vl) COMMEIICAI.-AV
III the Perry House,
NTOVIUS. TIXWAKK, KVV,
A. II A L L K V,
DEALER IN STOVES,
y, ' w.a"V. C0.""H WriiiKers Voile
' ""'in, 1 iic.iiiovels.
No. 1GG Washington-avonuo,
MoT.Ka.K:iu.'t7l"BQj ' kind, of job
iwrk ilouent slioitest notlcb. Ichbtlf
IH Mi 1 I
WAI, TEH S,
HARD and sofj:
ol crery description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOOltS, SABI1, BLINDS.
Kutnlsheil on ihorlrit notice.
Commcrcial-av, Let. 10th nnd lltli-sls.,
ltlllMONOTICni hereby uiven tht the w.
A ement llsm forthr )enr A. I). 1MI, hio
len viwcil nmt hnnii fur ....11,,.. nn.i .i... t
will iitlen i the dltlercnt precinct in Alexnniler
eonntv, for t'Hrpo.e of colloclln thn Mate
"'""7 ; , niu jrar, ill uie limes nuil
In Jliulewno.i, at Miles lUttllne.) house, Jan
In Unity, at John Knuth'n store, January S7lh,
In Clear Creek, at Custftd & Proo' tot
In Thela, at J. O. Ilolh.f infj's alore, January
In fantaKe, at Virgil Dehney'a tore, January
In Ooosn Nlanil, at 0. Oreenley'a store, KeU
rui.ry in, i"i.
In Hog Tooth, nt Thomas Martin's Hou
Kehruarj ind, 12.
personally or by deputy, during the montli ol
February next, lor said i.uri'ov. I'mler the law
I will be compelled to enforce the collection of
personal tascf (inriiiK me month of t-vhruary
next, thcreloru lax.payers will l-r thn fact in
mind and sne coi's, which mil certalcly bo
l.Ullt'11 llil.T IHl.L LI II l.
.V. II. Tnx.iaers will aroiil trnbln ami ml.
laVes by brlnjjmt; with them tl.clr last year'a tax
AI.KX. II. IIIV1N,
Hhenft. anil ex-olliclo Collector.
Caho, Ills., Dee, 20, IsTl.
Kttateof Henry HarrN, deceaeJ.
mllK iin'lerslancd. Iiarini! been annointed
X ecutrlx of the 1 i"t will nml testament of Hen
r Harris, late of the county of Alexander, state
ol Illinois, deceased, hereby given notice that she
will anneal beforo the eouniv court nf Atexsnder
couuty, at tlm court-houtn in Cairo, Ills., at the
January term, on tha third Monday In January
uexi, ai wnicn nme an persons imrinic claims
against said ejiate are notified and requested to
Justed. All persons indebted to said estate are
anen'i lor me purpose 01 navinK ine same ai
requester to make immediate payment to the
llateJ llns first dar of December, A. II. 1871.
AtT.UdTA HAIIRIS. Kxecutrlx,
M0011K & MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
Iecorntle I'liiirrliiinulnir, Knlswmln.
Done In tho highest :t)le of the ntt, ami a
rates that defy competition.
SHOP I.V PKI1IIV iiocm:, COII.VKR OK 8th
HTKEET AND CMMKKCIAL AVE.VUK.
J.OKO. Si KINHOUSK,
Cor. Hth.ftt. nml t'oiiiincrrliil'iiv.
KO'Clean TovreN and
CO'Laihes" and elilldren' hair ent and sham,
pooed, either at the shop or ut their own homes.
r(',entlemen'r wliKliera and h ir djed in a
artlsKcirrnner. Hallsloetion guaranteed.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
KAM rACTVnras or
Hour ondJCirist Mills,
Tho "Tiipper" I'atent Gratebai
M A01I1NKHV KOK OKKKKAL PUltl'OSES,
it . s m y t if "& "00 . ,
OHIO I. E V E E
t A I It . ILLINOIS.
A'o, keep constantly on hand H most com
pleto stock nfj
SCOTCH AND IltlHH WHISKIES
(i I N B,
Port, Mudorln, Sherry nml Cntnwba "Wines
T 8J1YTH Jt CO. sell exclusively for cash, to
JX, which fact thoy Invito tho especial atten.
lion of close barium buyer.
Special attention given to Filling Orders,
mllK Copartnership existing between tlm un-
expire 011 or before
tlm 1st dav o April next, rer-
sons indebted to us nro request.
...I (n uetlle Ihelr nCCOIIIlta. IIS tllO llOOKH Oil Ullll
after that day will bo phicnd In oilier hands lor
GHEELEY A I'ATIEH,
Cairo, Jan. J, Wl.
ENTE RJ'RISE SAVI NG S
Uiiirlcreil Mnrrh :tl, lSdll.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIP.O
A. 11. HAFFOKD, President ;
H. H. TAVI.OIt, Vice-President;
W. IIYril.OP, rk-cretary and Treiisurer.)
P. W. IlARCLAT, ClIAS. (lALIGIirK,
K. it. btocuriMii, Paiu (I. H lit 11.
1! M. Ccnmxoham, W. P. Halliiiav,
J. 1. 1'HILLiri.
IK'IionIIn of Hiiy Amniiiit Iterel cil from
leu iciiis I iiuiirds,
NTKItEST paid on deposits at the rate of six
I'citiviii. 1.1 iiiiiiKiii, ..inrcu isi nnu repiem
in.....k. u.,.1.,1... 1- ..1. ....i.:
. . .... ..... .v. ..... n.nu r.ii.if-.. iiiiuira
diately to Iho princip:d of tho deposits, thereby
ft 'lilt" .viiijiuhuu IIIIVIUSl.
MAUKIED WOMEN AND CHILD11EN MAT
u THAT NO OM lltr. CAN IJBAW IT.
Open every business dav from 'J a.m. to 3 n.m
and baturday eenin lor HA VIM) DKPO'JITd
oniy, 1 rum cms o'clock,
uuailf tv, HYSLOP, Treasurer,
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HAM.! DAY, President
HKNlir I,. HALM DAV, Vice PreslJent i
A. II. HAKKOltD, Cashiers
WALTKR HYSLOP, Assistant Cashier.
Jtaats Taylor, hobcbt H. CiNSisailAM,
llvuuv I. I .timiv II II II '
... ... ., ... ,-, jAI..IAV,
Geo. D. Williamson, .Srrenr.N limn
A. 11. SArrunu,
Kmchiiuite, C'nlu auU Uiilletl NlntcN
I Ilond lloiilit nml Hold.
rEPOS!T8 received, and a Keucrid banklnft
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DAN I II L JIUIID, President i
HOHHItT w. MII.I.EH, Vice-President i
0. N. HUGHE'S, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PKOMPTIA' JIADE
EXCHANGE, coin, bank notes nnd United
Htate securillos bought ami sold,
,,B,ere,t Allowed ou Tlino Deoaltn.
0. ."WINSTON & ('0.,
REAL "ESTATE AGENT
"I (SECOND Kf.OOIl) OHIO LKVKE,
Huy and Si:m. Hkai. Khtatk,
FUUNISII AIJSTKACTS OF T1TLK
A' I preraro Conveyances of Kinds.
MOOTS AM NIIOIM.
HOOT AND SHOE MA UK It,
llclween Washlnjjlon avenue and Poplar e
itoola and Hhnes Male to Order.
Kin Workmen Employed.
CITY SHOK STOKK
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
solx AOENcr roa
BOOTS AND SHOKS
(.'ointiirrrlnl Avrnne, t'orntr of r.lfhth
PARTICULAR ATTENTION IA1D TO ALL OR
DERS ron noorsKiRTs and snor.s.
THK TRIUMPH 1NSURANCK CO.
"t M..lWrt,(i 00
Solicits all kinds of risks,
octITt Asent, Cairo. I.
COAL I COAL! COAL!
J)U QUOIN AND MOUNT CAKHON
Comincrcial-av., Foot of Leventli-fct,
All Coal earefully welched at the yard on Fair
YULL WEIOHT WARRANTED.
Coil delivered on thn shortest notice in an;
part of the cl.y, either by the half ton, ton or car
Leave erder at the office on Commerrlal.ar. a
he foot of Eleventh street. novlGd.Sm.
iixctnoa fouli 1 nocturia
Itectlfjer nml lVholrnnlp ncaler lu
1'oreltfii nnd Domeatlc
WINES ;AND LIQUORS.
No. C2 Ohio Levee,
ME keeps on hand constantly a full stock o
Old Kentucky llourbon, Hye and Mononija.
. Whiskies, French llrandies, llollaud G10,
llhinn and California Wines.
WM. II. SOU UTTER,
Importer nml Wholeanle Dealer lis
TOBACCO fie CIO-AE9.
AKent for Iho best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported AIcm or nitTerent Kind.
75 Ohio Levee,
tl CAirtO. ILLINOIS.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Commercial Avenue, opponile Klllo
CLOTHING I'OU LADIES' AVE A A
Made to order, or Heady-Made,
Has rccolvod a full and eomnlote stock of coodi,
tho nouoat and eomjiletest m tho city, An liii
menBo varlty of '(
RIRUONS, LACES AND FRINGES
sho offers ereat iiKliiecmets to hcrnalrnn.anJ
all others toeall on her,eamln the prices, styles
Sirs. Swnmlcr. havinit sold her nrnn.rlv. ulll
sell tho it hole of thesu Kods at and below coat.
it oh- is tho time 10 purchase Christmas goods
at tho very lowest prices,