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JOIiyil OIIKKI.r, Kditurand I'ubliaiirr.
Tuesday MonNlNO, Jnn.3o, 1872.
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TM DOLLAR WIKLT BULLKTIK.
John II. Obfrlr Co. no reduced th ,ub
tription prir f lh WhIt Clro Bulletin to
Om Dolar ptr mm tnkln It in chepet p
Oxx of the quetttoni now agitating the
public mlmdjlll It "Warmoth a LouUian,
or IlliooiMJ ?
CniCAOO, aayt a telegraphic dlipatch, it
the flritctly In thli era of governmental
reform, to actually convict and regularly
impriton one of bcr derelict public ler
A. kkoko killed a carpet-has collector
of Uxci in Florida the other day, who wa
leaving for parU unknown with a good
deal more money than he had a right to
take. And now what will bo done with
tho negro 7
Brick Pouerot hai been ued for
twenty-flvn thouaad dollar bj- jounp
lady of Xew Haven, for breach of prom
lie. Ai he gave hli prcicnt wifo cvcnty
fitethruiand for marrying him, ho ought
to give the other lady twenty-flvc thous
and for hit failure to marry .ier.
New York has had a public meeting
for ihe ducuiiion of international pri'jn
reform. A letter was read from President
Grant eiprttsing great interest in peni
tentiary reform. As tte penitentiary is u
plan where a great many of Grants friends
ought to be, it is only right that he should
feel a friendly interest in penitentiary
j Tnx Cincinnati Commercial, which ii
ia to be presumed speaks according to
knowledge, says of Judge Oliver, of Ohio,
who took a prominent part in the liberal
reform convention of Missouri: "Judge
Oliver Is neither a republican nor a demo
crat In a strict partisan tense. lie nom
inally belongs to tho democracy and acts
with them, but he by no means represents
them or can speak for them. A Bd
lawyer and moderate in his political visui,
he is a fair representative of a largo body
of men who bold partisan reins lightly,
and are in a position to act unhampered
by old prejudices or party obligations."
kllldlpth 1 r?irll IprrtpA rnlnrm mmU . I
great amoko and everybody wanted to he
licvo that Grant and his party had kindled
a great fire and intended to smoke out or
burn out all iJw nvJI pxiti'ing in cverj- de
partment of, the.govcrnment. Dut the
smoke, has cleared away and it is discover
ed there was no fire at all, and tlicro won't
be any, the pownri that hu having discov
ered that things arc more acceptable to the
radical party as they arc. When tho peo
ple come to understand that reform, in any
ibapo, is diametrically opposed to radi
calism, their eyes will be opened to all
such shams as tho late "civil serviro re
Tnr board of aldermen of Cincinnati had
a meeting on Friday, and gravely delibcr.
ated the question of inviting the grand
duko to do himself tbo honor to visit their
city. One of tho honorable gentlemen
mado tho highly patriotic and eminently
Independent assertion that they did net
want any dukes about. In view of the
dengenous influence young Alick has er
erted lu this country In spreading notions
of Imperialism, Cincinnati has done right
to not place itself under his dangerous
machinations. Porkopolis has made her
self an example for tho nation, and here
after her Fourth of July orations will be
eloqucot of how she spurned tho twenty
one year old younger son of the Czar of
Russia, and how, if sho was onco called h
the proud name of the Queen City of the
Weat,ho hat shown that she is now Pork
opolis not only a pork-packing, but a
pork-packed city beyond a doubt.
As a bpecimen of radical legislation
worthy to bo preserved to tho latest gen
erations we publish the resolutions on the
military occupation of Chicago, adopted
by lh radical caucus and paisod by the
bout, on Thurso, Ull, Our radical leg.
I ba7b0,Wn U,At Woto bo on
both tides of a fence at tho ,,
agree with both tides of a quarrel, Vo',m,
.v. v...... ...i. ,. . . ' vi
with the other. I1
Idan wat right, Grant
did bis duty, and I
tke fire it a matter of congratulation, since
H bat tuown that two dlttmct and en
tirely oppotite principle! of government
can be made to harmonlzo nerfuetlv
Ererybody it happy, but in the picture of
general liappinets and mutual congratula
tiont which the legislature now Is in tbi
Imagination, Ilrown of Massac county de
lerves to be the ccntrarflgurc. Not content
with the existing resolutions, Urown lum
ped them In an additional one, In fact did
them up Brown. In the absence of the
democratic membcrt of the house, the rco-
voie oi sixty-nve
7iM to ono nay. Henceforth Brown it
Immortal. Here are the resolutiont :
IUiolved, That tho locatlml milltrtri'
occupation of Chicago by ihe troops of
the United Htatci. and tronnt rltM,i .fn.u.
i.r'i"f 1,10 commanding officer of the
7bi .rn..ijunn,Sru,,on 01 October Uth,
Tn the wie. w ,altie exUtlDS facU
Keiolvcd, Thnt the muiian- .linni.l i,n
in .trict .ubordlnatlon Z cMltt.
r, and wo regard any infranion o til
principle a n.attor of vital co,!"' 1 !,
tatlithlng a preccdont danccroui i.V ii
I ' j, w kbiibtu mai iue mlllwrv
ahould nvr hn phIIm) unnn ,r. ini.r
a tb lotnMtlc atalr of any Hate or city,
'aimer was richt. st VJ th.? euhsiqucnt campaign DCHlnat ",V'nV" IT.J'.V'YI U,l l!,A' kPK 1,0 WH
. i 1 ".iij.u, ..u nun rviit v.i.i'pi .u mu .villi t ... - , I .
n fuel the occurrence of ,m" Headmen llihl i'l.i. lPu Um. .,i brought beforo tho jiwc d'imtructinn.
ill l c
ntlti.tlilnn and ln' t' tin' land.
routed bv the recent firo
ltesolvcd. That tho protest of the exec
utive of this ttoto against a violation of
tho constitution was tho performance of a
duty Imposed upon him by his office, and
establishes a valuable prcceuen-.,
Brown's additional rc'ohitlon was on
litsolttd, Thnt wo most heartily ap
prove and commend tho humane feeling
and mar.lv regard for tho protection of
human llfo and property which prompted
tl.e active energies of his Excellency the
President of tho United State., hi; Excel-
l..no.- lU r.itrornnr of this State. EtCUtCC-
nnt hpneral Sheridan, tho Secretary of
War, and others in authority, who lent
their timely aid during and immediately
saccecding'the appalling catastrophe.
I.V IMPRACTICMiLF. PLAS.
The Cincinnati Commercial of Saturday
contains a letter from a southern states
man, In which tho writer gives tho details
of what the Commercial calls a n! vel
metLod of drawing together and
organizing the opposition to Grant's ad
ministration.' This plan is neitbor more
nor les than a proposition to progressive
democrats, conservative republicans and
ail "who arc oppmeJ to the extreme moi!-
urcs of radicalism, to the destruction of all
of the rights of the states to extrava
gance and corruption in public affairs,
and to whatever tend to cither despot
ism or anarchy,'' to unite in a movement
for the revival of the old Whig party, "not
to revive it ai such or to adopt its old
platform, but to become an Integral part
of a new party, to arrest, if possiUe, the
r.inidlr accelerating march of tho country
downward." The proposition will no doubt
attract some attention and excite mote
than n paslng interest In the minds of
politicians and statesmen, and espe
cially among thoso who were once
whigs and iollowed the leaders of that
p.irty ; but although the "southern state
man'' may bo truly patriotic and
thoroughly consistent in his plan for re
loring the country to good government,
there are weighty objections ngaintt its
feasibility. Dad luck, it is said, attends
the living child named for a dead brother
or sister. If a new party, with ne prin
ciples, is necessary to defeat the radicalism
ol this day, it should be called to suit the
times. The people have no need to delve
among ,the rubbish of a past era, for a
name with which to strengthen their as
saults against the corruption of this. And
if it is follv to cling to tho so-called feeble
tnitnrinc frame of tho democracy, it
wercthecr desperation to resurrect tne dcud
body of the old whig orgnnlzatlon, only to
re-bury the eorpse after stripping it of U
clothing to invcit n new party with. It
would rnell of death nnd decay f-om the
vcinntng. llcio not put miv Wno into
IUCUAIIU STOlJUEttT EWELL.
fcKETI'lt OK Ills LITE.
(From tho Mlcsoun ItepuUi.'ao, IS.)
On Monday, the 2'Jd inst., news came to
this city that'Mrs. 11. S. Knell had died at
her residence in Maury county, Tennessee,
and mat uen. fcwell was-latully 111. On
tli o -jlli inst. information was received
that he had that dav expired. Ho is de
serving of rnoro than u passing notice.
At his decease ho was in Ins Jlfiy-sixth
year. lie was a son of Ir. Thomas "Ewcll,
n physician of considerable mark, and a
grBtidson of Benjamin Stoddert, maiur in
the .Maryland nne during the war of
independence, and itfternaras llrt secreta
ry ol the navy during the prei ienev of
John Adams. By birth Gen. Ewell was a
Virginian. Ente'ring the military acade
my in 183(5, and graduating in 1610, ho
was attached to the KiM regiment of dra
goons. Ho served throughout the Mexi
can war, and was by Philip Kearnev's
side when the latter lot un arm at the
gato of tho city of Mexico just after tbo
battle of Chcrubusco; and after the peace,
was mostly stationed on our Western bor.
dcrs. When Virginia seceded, ho acted
as many other original Union men felt
that they were obliged to act. He con
demned iho policy ol'secestion, but had no
doubt of the right of Virginia to decide
muiqueeiion lor neiseii ; nnd ho rccog.
nized his own obligation ns one of her so;.s
to stand by her to the death. Accordingly,
ho threw up his commistiun
in tho United .''tales nrmv, en
tered tho servico of the state of Virginia,
and did his work thoroughly Hiid efficient
ly throughout tho war that followed. lie
was greatly distinguished us thu lieuten
ant ot'Stoiuwall Jackson in the celebrated
valley campaign in l8iV.'. Hi- was conspicu
ous at thu Imrd-foulit and important hut.
ilu of (iuine' Mill (calUd by the cunfedor.
utcs thu "II r t battio of Cold iliirbur").
whero Lee, co-operating with Jackson ,.ml
i-.wcll, turned nnd defeated our right wins
in uiuieii imnk ot the Chiekahomin v. In
m,n , l,u"1'11 !' illniu ulet. This
wound cou llm ,,. .vlllcll ............
uuiuieu iiiMir iv . ;
derncis, he v
was, as always, v,V,,, , 1
erceu. When1 lUne 1 ' u
storm was fli.rrnLt
1 , 7.' """', ' ""Pi'ious imfc(lt'
pierced tho rebel lines at HnmttvU....!..'
I,.. i.,ini.,n i . bv
and captured in thegrevofthu innmm,.
entire division, his further advance win
withstood by hwell at the head of the
cornt with which ho hud turved so long
nnd after twenty hourt of a inuikcirv fire
which literally cut down lurgo trees,
alternating with hand-to-hand conflicts in
which many died bv the bavono.. nl..in
and weariness separated tho unflinching
combatants, who after tho first surprl.u
nau neither lost nor won nn inch of
ground, bliortly after this terrible day,
owing to tho complete break-down of his
niauercQ nenitii, lie temporarily retired
from active service, but soon reappeared
at the post which ho considered iho post
ot duty, and shared all tho dis
heartening and unavailing attempts
to defend tho capital of Virginia
When Jtichmond was evacuated, lie whi
entrusted with the command of tho rear
guard. With tho tcuiity bf.nd of hall'-fam.
ihcd wnriors ho had to often lead to vie.
tory, ho ttrovo with desperate heroism to
uiHKe goou tno stand ut ounor s creek,
Kainit the overwhelming and admirably
Ill tllll II IKlli IMllMlCd -Ul
He.lvl, That wo declare p.' unlawful
d ... infraction or thrcnn.t,U.tl ;. Ifl ;
of this Sln' "ml tin- United sc t '
,J viilort mlllt-t.y wii; i i '" ? '
view jt tnc trying "i-tmn-i - 1 .... tll ,,.,,., r,,.j i .niermhslcd , inform
calamity ex..Ur; ' ;e I with the i i.i..n soldier. X..t tnii m- re.nmeu LW connection witu us cuuor.n,
& " oV". !,ncn?V' W..rr.!iU,Sry ' enped from the add. All who did not did
LXVo. from intent U, .HIJU, Uc,. j STcrolBOTJrWn lcn. CUT At A school where words "ere
p,.s upon t'.o c..nmuilon r.hM of this - pn.r,..,u.,ltV cudgel in as- Klvcn ouf for subjects in comr-wllion,
,1.1c, or to mli) .ere with W properly con- M Uocp.eil.wlthoat r.-rvatmn. .,nuto inplorious Milton - produced, at
tinned authorities dunns tlio emergency V1 .' t ..:,. i,m .u. .t,n,n. nr. tho word "rnnecvr-
an mo omcr engagement ot itis week of I . '.. . ." 11 irgei;ci occurred,
I n l. 1.1. - V . . 7 lirifl M rl llfttrfi t.nl In lit. k..B I ....... t 1 ...
WUIIO 11 lUUKFl lif.nA. 1 y-at iihku "u uuia inn lull 61 111 re, IUIU uWo In I . -'"' " "v ii'oiuiinimil, um
... l"en- t ope, up to lliotccond liaitlo of Mu- . """ 'n munmo day
. nki, cicivgne ruiiti h. l,. i..,i imieu uiiririar 1IBU ljeencnntiiri.il ..ml
cost him his life r V ?VX .7 t. i .
take command ot j'J1 1,0 1,0Sl,ltl t0
that officer fell at u&f T, wl?"
prominence in tho Oe&r6vlll'
t t,,n , "Vwrg campaign
TFE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY,
e.,iii. iwJ forces ut th lead o'. whic'i
.shcritliin tirired on tlo pursuit of Lee's re
ireitins; Hrmy. Tim omti-'t wus impele".
Cor the devnied reur-jjuard was enveloped
n the flanks mid rear while iiaiiod h
superior iiutnes In frnt. It fought
sternly nnd tvwt,"ciy t- thu enc, not jn-.a-
hli thine 'or n restoration of harmony
and the autonomy of the states, the cessa
tion of military tyranny nnd congreslonnl
usurpation, lie deprecated and condemned
the views and conduct of extremists on
both sides. His death is an immense los
to me state of Tennessee. He was ono of
thoso noble, disinterested nnd elevated
men that e;ive character to thecontmunity
in which they llvo and reflect honor on
ihe land of their birth. Ho was distin
guished by randor, gentleness nnd integ
rity; by iorgotfultifs of himstlf nnd coti
slii"cratene of others. It Is bellovcd thnt
no ono cer sii'peetcd him of Bny sordid
sentiment or action ; of anything In any
decrco unbecoming the galland and hu
mano soldier and christian gentleman.
His friends will lonfc cherish tho memory
of bis virtues ; but the country is impover
ished when such men aro taken aay.
rt.vA.vciAL sctir.MES nEronr. coxaRXts.
(Krom the Flaaueial Chronicle.)
Among these wo may noto the projects
now betorc congress tor modifying our
monetary laws. There is not much pros
pect perhaps thnt any of these laws will
pass during the present session, nnd in or
dinary times such projects huvu but little
influence. Hut it is otherwise In u period
of excitement. Some of tlieso plans are
being urgently pressed lorwnrd. nnd have
really ninth that is good in them. Mr.
Sumner is urging, for exnmpli.', bet'oro tto
(.ntnmitteo of banking nnd currency, his
plan for submitting compound interest
fur the preent lei:al lenders. Mr. Mer
rick, of Maryland, proposes to mitko
greenbacks receivable for customs instead
of gold. Mr. Koberts.of New York, would
h.vc ttiem rece vaoie to tnu extent oi au
percent. Senator Morrill would huvo u
day fixed for ilu resumption of specie pay
ments. Jlr. uarueiu proposes to pay oui
gold for urecnl'acks, so many millions n
month, decreasing tho premiums one per
cent, per mor.tti until toe specie oasis is
renched. Mr. Lynch would stamp each
greenback received in the treasury "due in
six months from date,' and would reduce
them six months afterwards, rc-lssuinc
them after redemption. Then we have
Mr. London s project ot nn exeneouer
with a capital of SluO.000,000 and another
somewhat similar scheme by Mr. Grubb,
a merchant of Philadelphia, fur reviving
tho United btatc bank und giving tnc
covcrntnent more power than Ht present
over the bauking nnd currency mechan
ism of the country, so long us our ucprc
ciatcd money system is perpetuated, such
tcheini's wilf of course continue to be of-
f'ted in Coniirest. Iiut their discussion
tends more or less to dcrnngo business,
disturb public confidence, nnd is thus pre-
judicial to inc money mnrKci. u is uiui-
. ... I. . T. ; . .. !
cu t. However, to prcscriuo n remeuy, anu
thn evil so far as appears must continue
till wc resume the specie standard.
WOUNDED HONOR VS. SPANKING,
HOW AK INDIGNANT MOTHER PREVENTED
a niucE or -vouNGaTEri rom rn.(.-
T1CIN0 THE CODE.
r.r. xuipiu Avalanche.)
A few days since two lads accd sixteen
and seventeen years respectively whoso
parent reside in thu eastern portion of the
city, hud n quarrel about ome trivial af
fair. One of tho boys sent the other a noto
demanding satisfaction or nn ample apol
ogy. Tho youthtul "ehiv" number one
responded in high ilonn term', in which
'honor,'' "pistjls,' 'blood,' etc., figured
conspicuously. "Cliiv" number onu an
swered, accepting the terms, and named
yesterday morning and the bridge on the
Pigeon l'oost road as the time and place
where they could satisfy their wounded
honor n la code duello. Unfortunately for
thidr scheme, tho mother of number" two
'cliiv' intercepted the last note. A lady
of rare good sense thu quietly placed the
high tuneJ. note in her jacket and Inking
a short, stout paddle in her hand, started
in quest of her hopeful. That "scion" was
found nnd duly interviewed, first by the
matron's tongue and afterward with the
paddle. I ho latter was used with consi
derable rnu'cleand produced a marked ef
fect, as the juvenile ' chiv " has cot cared
to sit down since. This slight unpleasant
nets prevented the meeting, to see which
twenty-five or thirty young boys repaired
to the designated s'pot at sunrise yester
day morning. If the parents of "chiv"
number ono should tako him in hand as
tho other was, it might possibly cause his
ui.1..- l.i . a ...t.i i .V
uiuu ifiuuu iu now wiiu icss oi a rusu.
THIERS AND THE BURGLAR.
A FCN.W TVI'OOr.Al-IIICAI. 11LVNDER.
A funny typographical blunder occur.
red In the columns of iho Paris Conjliu-
tionncl, in connection with M. Theirs, who
uns writing for the paper at tho tlmothe
mistake oernrrcd. It wat in tho duvs
when Theirs was prime minister of
France, under Louis Philippe, AO year
ng. Then, us now, M. Theirs was very
scnsillvo upm tho suhlect of in verso votwi
of tho chambers, and was ahvavs ready tn
reign his olhYo at tho slightest provoca-
whom lio urosslv insulted. Tho f:,,n,fU;
tionnel contained tlio following two itemt
ft,.'".u.t , " A,lcr "'"K'sty liad inform
ed M. Thiers of his desiro to kcop him at
tlio head of tho government, tho prlmo
minister, deeply moved, replied to tlio
king 'you rascally old fellow, I feci like
wronchini; your head nll'l " 'The hunMar.
Jcnncme, was captureil yesterday by the
uendarmos Ho was taken in irons before
thojif.ot dinstritctlov, to whom ho had tho
impudence to say, 'Your majesty, the con-
uuenco you repose in me touches my
ncart extremely. I stiull try my best not
l "iiippolnl your expectations." Tho
"K.paraiiraphs of tho two items had of
A "H4TlNui.igKU COMPANT.
Mr job i w ii llr'""1 ""il daughter,
stoamshin M,,ro Cll,llo i ZnZ
o clock, for Nassau. Mr, llryiii.t 1 1
friend, will remain awl.iio a? thtttU ?n
and then proceed to Havana, whence tW
will con mud their yoynK to Mexico, (
tho political condition of iho country
should not prevent. 3
A dlitiiigulshcd company of gontlemon
nnd ladles will sail on tlio same vessel for
Nation. Among tho rest tho names are
mentioned of General and Mrs, George II,
McClellun. Mr. Church, editor of thri
Galaxy, Senator Stockton and wife, of
Now Jenoy, .Mrs. Henry Ward lieeclier.
l M 1 II.,.. .1 f ...c- i. .... '
...i. w. .uuiiiuuiiu unu wuu, UTm nuuino,
Hon. Nehomlah Perry and others, who
I illU llfUI.S V. ..." v. ,.., - 1 n....,
ire, we believe, the guests of Mr. A. W.
Ulmock, one of the owner of the steam
ship line. .. . ,
During tho absence of Mr. Bryant from
bin editorial chair, It will be occupied by
Mr. Pirko Oixlvin. ono of our former edi
tor.', who has np;iin, wo are phased .0 (
the reiders 01 me nrcmny . ,
Ic. ' "A few drops of panegyric, given on
a largo lump of sugar, is oticn nesi wan
an infahtwith tho stomach-ache.'
8aT Tho people of Nicaragua were at
the last accounts enjoying quite a sensa
tion. The local newspaper bad published
tho news ol tbo dNcovery of the Cardiff
giant. The man of gypsum was unearth
ed In tho summer of ISO?.
i L. IIUYETT, & SON,
Imporleri. MsDUfatnreri and Jobbtri of
lirstas and German Stiver
BAND INSTH UMENTS,
No. 25 8. Tmito Strskt,
ccl9.i:m. KT. I.OVIH. HO.
nntehtr and Denier In nil Hltsda Freab
Coaata .S'lxitinin m Torua Stiht.
C AlfO, ILLINOIS.
BUTS and slmiehters onlj the Trry best cattle,
hots and heen. and l crerired lo Ell anr
demard for fresh meals from one pound tn to
CASSIDY, WOLFE & CO.,
Pkoduce and Grocekies
WAIIIXOT0X ATENVB, BETWKIS
X10UTU AXD X1KTU STS-
Give them a Call I ttM
BUTCH IE ZR,
D stina la
ElOHTn Btrekt, Dttwtis WAaiitVOTOS
and Commercial avenues,
Adjoining- Klttenhotiac Oc Hanny'a.
Keep the best of
Beef, Pork, Muttoa, Vel(
citlteni lo the roost accrpii
ml ra crenared to serre
MOOItE k MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamenta
nccorntlve PnprrhnnKlng, Kalaomin.
Done In tho hichett style ot the art, and a
rutn thatdely competitloa.
enor in teert house, corner of 8th
TREET AND CUMERCIAL ATENCE.
V V HH AND IIIDE8.
H. LEVY & CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
WOOL, FKATIIEns, ETC.,
COAL I COAL! COAL 1
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
O O A. XT
Commercial-aT., Foot of Eleventk-jt,
oaAnk?.u",Ul17 W,'lh,J - h rd yM
tull weiokt warranted.
J. GEO. HTEINUOUSE,
or, Slb4t. and Cwnaniereial-nT.
oircieaa Towel anil
p H!lm! .?A hiwn, '!' t and aham
irnJ .i J he ,hP or l ,helr D homea.
lrMsMtrrinn h lr "
rinusrranner. Batiicton guaranteed.
JANUARY 30, 1872.
PtlOltn. A.11, T.TCt
W. W. THORNTON'S.
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J TXNTU STRUT,
Doora, Baab, Blind. Mouldings,
EaveOnllcr,(wood) Wlndowand lloo.
rrnuiM, Flooring-, I.atli,
Nblnglen, Ulnaed Kaah, Gtnicil Ride
I.lghla, Olaaed Trnnaoma,
8aab Welcchta, Nnah I'ulllr nnd Cord,
Blind Fastening-. Itooflng
I'elt, Hood nr; Cement, I'laalerlng
I'nper, Cnrpet Fell, IVIiilo
Lend, I.lnaed Oil, Atiicrlrnn Window
Ulita, EngllHli nndFrrncli
IMnle Ulnaa, I'nltj-, Cilnr.lci-'n 1'olnlH
Reiver IMpcn I'M cut liliinior,
Klc, i:ic, Kir.
A0FXT9 lor IlocK llirei I'per CumpanyV
Uheaihliiil Kelt and Quarli Cem:nt.
ii. , jonn improrvii r.ouinu amaji on
0. D. WILLIAMSON.
COMM ISSION M ERCHAN T,
CAIRO, I 1. 1, I .f C 1 B.
Bipedal attention ien to consignments
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IBOO: STORES j
Ohio Lnvra : : : : : Cairo, III.
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NOTIONB, BOOTS AND SHOES,
UATS AND CAPS, ETC.,
Has Jut recelted a heavy atock of Boots and
nhoeHflloilery and Ktilloni,
FOR BAI,E FOR CASH VERY OnE AP
Ut alto has a fane stock of Family Orocsnetot
CORNER SIXTH-ST. AND COMMER
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,TUE TiUUMl'H INSURANCE CO.
" tW,0K CO
follcln all kind ol I lie.
oemtf Agent, Cairo.
CAIRO CITY COAL
fa prepared to mpiily customer ih thr hel
PITTSBURG AND IILLINOIS
OrtliPrtl lefl at llllldar llro.. nfflre, 70 OHIO
I.KVKK. or at lh I nl Yuril lielow Ihe hi.
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I II K 1 UO ' MILS' TAl'K Mill n'mg rol lonM
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otay Public, No. Tub. nd U. 8. Ctn
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
1 2fT 3CTJ3j A. 2nT C 23 1
Assets tS,SO,Ul 97
NORTH AMERICA, TA.,
Asset. I,TS3,W) 01
Aisrti. ...J,M1,510 71
Assets 1,7S1,1H IC
IKTERHATIOXAL, If. T
Asset".. I,153, 17
Assets 704,917 0
Assets. m tii.era ss
Asset SI5.I7S il
AMERICAN CENTRAL, M0-
Aiiset W,000 00
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Asset JO.vACOO 00
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Asset l.WO.000 Ot
RAILWAY r-ASSEKOERS ASSURANCE
Assets. WO.CCO t
SAFFORD, MORRIS k CANDEE,
71 Ohio Levee,
City National Hank, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
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NIAGARA, N, T.,
AtSDt l,t36,Jl If.
OERUANIA. N. T..
HANOVER, N. T.
Asset ..72e,l62 00
KEl'UDLIC, N. Y.,
Assets .711,925 00
ComprialoK the Underwriters' Ageney,
YONKERS, N. Y.,
Assst 171,191 U
Asset 153,153 23
KIREMKN'8 FUND. 8. IT..
Asset , 071,000 00
SECURITY. N. Y UARlNK.
Assets l,13J.Ss 00
share ol Ibelr patronage.
STORK, Dwellings. Furniture, nulli .ad I Car.
noes, lnuril l ralei aa fimoiable as sound,
permanent eiurliywl'l"n.,'. . .
WINER AN I l.iai'Onn.
Importer mid Wliolcanle Dealer lis
TOKACCO & CIG-ABS.
Agent fur the brnl hrandii of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported Ale or Illfferenl K lint a.
75 Ohio Levee,
F. M. STOOKFLETH,
scersMoa romi tux-arma
Rerlirycr and Wnoleiuilo Dnaler 1st
ForelKn anil ISoranlle
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. G2 Ohio Lkvie,
HK keepi on hand constantly a full sloek o
Old Kentucky liourbon, Hje tnt MoDonxa
(.via Whukiee, French llrndies, Holland il a,
Ithlneaml i:lllorn Wine. ) .n7ii
IIOOTM AND NIIOIJ1.
ROOT AND SI10K MAKER,
llelwstn Wathlnxton arenua and Poplar
Boats anJ llknes tiadt to Ordrr.
Fibs Werkmen Kmploy4.
CITY flUOK STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
ton iiCT torn
BOOTS AND SHOES
Commercial Artaas, Corner of El(htk
particular attention paid to all ok
DERS FOR HOOrSKISTt AND IIOU,
SAVE TWENTY PER CENT
Vj buyla your
IVaaulngtan-av., Near Cottam HaiaM
llesr. Eichhott Brothers dtilr lo Inform th
cltlsens of Cairo that they ara mannlaeturloft all
PLAIN AND FANG! FURNITURE
And hay now on hana and lot sale, at
Wbolesale and RcUII,
All kinds, and wll. eentlant to keep al thslr
ALBS ROOMS, IN THEIR NEW BUILDINO,
Ererv dltcrlntlen at A... nH aeitlr fnrnllara.
suchas r '
S.CrTf d Bedsteads,
WMarbl Topped Buresna,
f Wardrobes, Sola Chairs,
3T Lounges, st , etc.,
Which thsy will guarantee to sell
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWEIl
Thin that a kA.,.VI r
'ht city, oits Ihsm a call and satisfy ioa "
c ir. uvunxa.