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THE DOLLAR WEEKLY IIULLKTIN.
John II. Oberly Co. nje " "ced the my.
trlpt.on priee W the 'Kl,r..SK,ro-i,n,L?A'
OMlWJarprrmtJm.mMnjt U th cheapest fa
Mr nnhllthM In "aninern llltnola.
Ok.v. KarxTniCK lectured in Frcoport
recently and mndo just slxloon dollars,
which was nbout sixteen dollars more than
the leeture was Worth.
Ir tho late liberal reform convention In
Missouri was "of no cuniequence,"
won't hurt Grant," etc, why it it that
tho administration papsrs labor so indus
triously to decry it T
Grant has had it published that he
hain't any friend authorised to spook for
him on political affairs. He has made
the unpleasant discovery that his friends
injure him more than his enemies.
A Colonel Mono an Is delivering lec
tures in the East on "The Rfso arid Pro
gress of U. S. Grant." In n year or two,
he will have an opportunity of delivering
a lecture on the " Hise and Fall " of the
"Wzuxve received the Chicago Iiaittcay
Iltrieu), with a new head nnd an entire
new dress. This paper has been enlarged
and variously improved, nnd now cannot
bo excelled in appcarnnco or in tho quan
tity of its fresh and reliable railroad nows
Mexico, it appears, is not in that quiet
and peaceful state lato dispatches rep
resented it to bo enjoying. It is ngnln in
a state of revolution. Tho rebels hnvc
met with undoubted success, nnd it is bare
ly possible that Juarez can retain his seat
as president of the rcbublic.
Tin womex who want to vote bate en
trusted their causo to Uen Butler. With
the assurance to tho women, that tall oaks
from little acorns crow, Butler took
charge of thoir petition signod by thirty
Ave thousand women who haven't rights
enough, and with a great flourish of trum
pets presented it in tho houso of represent
We acknowledge the receipt of tho Xew
Era, a weekly paper published In Liber
tyvllle, Missouri. Tho paper is demo
cratic in politics, is n small-sized sheet
but has all tho indications of a healthy
growth about it. "Wo are informed in Its
columns that it is published by n boy of
twelve years of ago. If this is the case wo
congratulate the youthful publisher on his
uocess in getting up a paper which would
do credit to mtiturcr years.
A stron'o administration paper of New
York city snys ;
Tho investigation beforo tho senate com
mittee bus demonstrated ona fart that may
interest tho merchants of Now York :
"When liny gentleman writes n personal
and conudential epistle, let mm be Mire
and not address it to Mr. Lindsay.
That is, if any body wants to lake ad
vantage of the government through the
New York custom-house, let him confide
in somebody who won't expose him.
A public meeting wns held in London
yesterday for tho purpose of iisiting In a
national movement for the discovery of
tho great African traveller, Livingstone.
This is very commendable, but tho Kn
glish have been justa littlo bit slow. If
their expedition discovers that Livingstone
was eaten by the cannibals of African year
OMnore ago, or sacrificed to ono of their
heathen gods, it will strike the English
themselves, probibly, that they aro just n
little bit slow.
CLArERTON, tha defaulting Indian pen
sion agent, who was stationed nt Port
Smith, Arkansas, under Wright, tho right
hand man of Harlan while secretary of the
interior, was taken beforo the United
States commissioner at Leavenworth on
Saturday. The man Clapcrton is tho
principal witness ngainst Wright in his In
dun difficulties, and tho latter telegraphed
to Col, Coffin, of Leavenworth, that there
was id Indictment against CJaperton and
that Coffin should twurohls release and
go his ball ir necessary. This trick to get
Claperton out of tho v,ay did not mected,
however, as shortly after the United Simm
marshal received a telegram from thu i
united ."states district attorney In New
York saying that certified copy of tho
indictment agutnU Clapcrton and a bench
warrant had been forwarded by mall.
COLTAI Is being gently pushod aside by
tho managers of the administration pro
gramme. Ho was a little too coy, and
whether In earnoit or simply wishing to
test his popularity with his putty, it is
becoming evident that he may not be
called on to " throw the nomination for
the vice-preaidency back into tho faces of
his friends." Several candldutcs havo
bsen mentioned for tho second place on
the Grant ticket. Spcakor Blaine of tho
house of repressntatlvos hns friends who
would like to see hit name thorc. Penn
sylvania thinks she has claims in that
n. .i.. . ....
direction, ana now onto comes
forward and brings to the front
her rnan, Hon. "William Dennieun,
who was elected governor of thnt
Ute about tho beginning of tho war.
Deaubon is a very nico man, for n radl-
cat, and was a rather popular governor.
To be sure, It was strongly suspected thnt
Jbe made a good thing out of a contract
for tin cups, by which contruct tho boys
In blue were supplied with thoso very
eeearf littlo articles of camp life at
rulaoiily high prices for Undo Sam to
jMjr, and by which little speculation Gov,
Deinstall acquired tho euphonious nick
tm9t 'TinCun Dennlson." Jlut of
is oow not incapacitate mm lora
blgbpl.ee on the in l.nii oit
seriously interfere with M '""ois In tho
T,o ..ovement In luvor of Jiidpe l,av'd
.f this slate, tn
tiulncy UcraUl, for president, is not of
rjcent orlelii. but seems to bo assuming
,hr( Hial rrngniudo just now. A cor-
respon debt f the Cincinnati Commercial
writing of the possibilities nnil probabili
ties of the c:imvmign,tlius describes the pos
slblo candidate of the combined opponents
of Grant :
"Pbvslciillv, Judgo Divis Is picture
He ts'vcry tall mid litro; his shouldtri
.ini lini'iil! bis framo nut'sivc. nnd his
stomtteh beautifully rounded, like mi in
verted biilhHjn, Irom ins uironi 10 ins miu.
His slomiich Is, I would say, nrllstically
lilnrml. n trifla too larce. but is very
Jolly, and his vaistcnt sits over It tl;ht
nnil luce, us 1110111:11 h wero pnmu iu n
such n lining. Altogether, Judao Ditvls is
i riinsnlciious ninn. His wciirht must be
over thno hundred pounds, and if reports
be true, ho has n million uoiinrs lor every
hundred pounds of flesh. His head, sur
mounting such n maislvn frame, looks
smull. btil I judge it to be of more than or
dinary size. His hair is brown, plentifully
mixed with gray, and closely cut. Ho
wears a closely trimmed beard, nlso grey,
and very mild", but his nose was evidently
Intended for h man with a larger face.
His uge is fifty-scven, and he is ns young
nnd active ns'n tnnn con be. Physically
and Intellcctuu'".. hoisjuit in his prime,
being no older in nppcarnnco than un or
dinary mnn of forty-live.
GRASTii DISLIKE OF 1IASCOCK.
The death of Ocn. Iliillcck and tho fail
ure of the president to notico tho claims
of Gen. Hancock to succeed him has re
vived tho nttcntkn of tho public to tho
manner in which Grant has treated Han
cock since tho campaign of ltJGS. Tho
llrst marked instance of disllko nnd of nn
intention to slight him was shown by the
president when ho assigned Hincock, n
major-general of tho nrmy, to tho unim
portant department of Dakota with head
quarters nt St. Paul. Tho other major
gencrnls were placed nt the head of mili
tary divisions. Gen.Thomiis died in 1870,
nnd it was a mutter of groat surprise to
every ono that his department,
tho military division of tho Pacific
wns not assigned to General Hancock,
tho only mujor-gcncral without n
division command, nnd tho ono who wn
certainly entitled to succeed Gen. Thoinns.
But Gen. Schoflcld was promoted to tho
division over Hancock, his superior in
command, and whon Hancock soon nfter
asked to bo put in command of tha depart
ment of Missouri, n letter wns written to
him by order of the president in which ho
was told that " it belongs to tho office of
the president to select tho commanding
generals of divisions nnd departments, and
the relations you choso to nssumo toward
him officially and privately ubsolvo him
from rognrding your porsonal proforen-
ces." The consistent neglect with which
tho president has tre ited Hancock has not
been vnricd by his courso since tho recont
death of Gen. Hallcck. It was thought ho
would bo nlmo-l forced by circumstances
to nppoint Hancock to succeed the ilccoai
cd general but instead ho has ordered tho
division of tlo South to bo discontinued.
Prom tho beginning of tho unpleasantness
between Gen. Grant and Gen. Hincock,
the president li is shown himself tinablo to
rio above ptty peronal ipite uven when
tho rnoit important considerations would
point out tho necossity nnd magnanimity
of so doing. Hut when ho trateil tho
hor.orcd remains of Gen. Hailed; with neg
lect little short of contempt by taking no
notico whatever of hi death, by sending
u messages of conJideiico cither ns pre-ii -dent
of the United States or ns n private
individual to tho family of thu deceased
MIdier, nor by having any officer of thu
war department do so, in fact, omitting
altogether tho ii;ii.il courtesies on such
occasions, have wo iipy reason to cpeot
that he will forget his hatred and diiliko
of the living even ts preform his plain
duty? None nt till.
MAGAZINE A Nil 110(1 K.
The Herald vf Health for February
prints "tho Thought on tho euro of ton
sumption" of Dr. Ilenj. Itush, in 1800, who
ir.siiU upon tint building up of the system
by open uir exercise ns the one hopo of
consumptives.Mid if taken early, an effect
ive safeguard. Be v. Charles H Brighnin
has ono of the moit excellent articles on
"Soul nnd body," denying thnt tho latter is
to be regarlcl ns a mcro pirtner, dwell-ing-plac,
girmmt, rvant. or enemy of
tho soul, ns mar, hnvu consiJercd it, or
that either can be truined and cured for
Dr. Alfred (Jirpenler savs of tho j
"Causation of Hearlet fever," wlmi overv I
farmer and butchor should read.
A dollcutely put article on the Sexual
Bulttti.in of Marriage needs wldu niton-
tion ; mi arl'iL-lii on Mental CuDacltv and
the Size ot l,e i(raM) b,0ws that tho lnr
get brulr. tviir Uown WUS thut of n
woman, nnd there ut Uio other usual cr-
ceueni articles, ineiu,,,,. ti10 nKditor'e
.....on. .or u10 v-mmr.,,.," nnd letters
irom ucrrltl buiith nnd othtu. Tho 7cr
aid is now published at $1 111 h ..... "
twelve cents n number, nnd its dilution
is missionary work. Address, Wool &
Holbrook, Now Yoik, Publishers.
"Wells illustrated annual nir.EN
oloct and niTbionvoiir for 1372 is full
of interesting mutter. There nre eighty
engravings. Man's Place in Nature;
Good Heads and Bad Characters; Phren
ology Defined ; Practical Phrenology;
Scienco and ltellglon ; Physiognomy ;
Physiology; Psychology ; tho Noso ; ltuv.
Dr. Milman; Hon. Charles Sumner; Hon.
Jacob M, Howard ; Emperor of Germany
nnd GnneruU; Paul B. J)u Chuillu ; Mother
Ann Lee, tho Shaker; Several Eminent
Preachers; Ornng-Oiitttng ; .Ino. A. Boob
ling, tho Great Engineer; Selfishness nnd
Liberality; Experience in Phrenology;
Longevity of Mini und Animals; Tho
Tcuchcr ilcntul Culturo; Outlines of
Phrenology Illustrated, with Instruction,
etc. Price, only Va els. Address, oiileo
Phrenological Journal, 889 Broadway,
"Wk have received tho prospectus of
The Fine Artt, nn illustruted Journul of
TTTK CATRO DAILY
nri willed will bo Issiiud on if,ii runty
1st. '10 publishers ntinminco their
Inlontloa of Issuing n journal dcvotcJ to
art In fill its brunches believing " tlmt
tho wondorful progress our country has
mndo in tho knowledge nnd love or nri,
crentcs n demand for n jotirm.1 of this
chnrnclcr which bus never beforo been un
dertaken In Aniericii, nnd it will bu tho
-nnf thn s.iil.l.hora nutunlvto offer a
medium of p.litu culture, but nlso to her
, ' , , . i i
iild the astonishing advances vu nru mak
ing in nil the useful nnd dccorntlvo nrts.
The Illustrations will bo In the best style
ttint American genius enn produce." Tho
Fine Artt wlllcuntnln 10 octavo pagcf,pub.
lished monthly, nt 5 n year, or SI CO for
three months. Address Fine Arts Publish
ing Company, Xo. 3i, Bond street, . Y.
THEin iit'MiASiw hist okically dis-
tKCTEtl A WOMAN Wi.lTiS Ur TUB
I AIT Ell.
To the Bailor of the rioUen Age.
The husbands of strong-minded women
are of no consequence; forthnt matter, few
husbands are; but in this age of minute
and carcrul Investigation, when nothing
seems so trlval as to bo unworthy the con
sideration of the phllosoplc mind it may
not bo altogether out of place to gather n
few facts on this branch of natural his
tory. The proposition thatn man nnd wife aro
one. nnd that one tho husbnnd, has been
disputed by somo heretics of this genera
tion, but it Is useless to deny the essential
unity of the married pair.
Observation proves thnt cither tho hui
band and tho wife arc one, nnd that ono
the husband or that tho husbnnd nnd tho
wile nre one, and thnt one the wife.
Theories nro one thing nnd fncts nnothcr.
Pacts nro stubborn things, nnd men nnd
women nro stubborn facts.
However much a man may have secmod
to bo beforo marriage with u strong-minded
woman, irom tnnt intni nour the proenss
of nbsorbtlon begins and never ceases till
he disappears utterly us nn Individual ex-
stance. Tho case of the husband of
Elizabeth Cody Stanton is an instnnce of-
this sort. Mr. Stanton before his mar
riace, was n voung man of flno cul
ture, n brood nnd liberal thinker, n young
orator lor whom great tamo was predicted
bv nil who knew him, nnd for somo time it
seemed that his nntivo powors
wcro such ns to ennble him to
cscapo tho action of the g'oerM
law but there is no resisting tho
forces of nature; by slow degrees the
process or nosorhtion went on j little oy
Sittlo ho sank from public view, till he dl-
nppenrod from sight altogether as one of
the editors oi tuo .tin.
Tho husbaud of Lucv btono ofiors us
nnothcr variety. II. ll. Blackwoll was
novor much beforo his semi-union with
Lucy Stono. Ito is less than nothing now
Tho husband of Paulina right Um
is another unimportant fact of conjugal
Tho" husband of Mrs. Livormoro
known onlv by tradition. There is a myth
to tho effect that nn innocent nnd worthy
clircymnn of that name, nnd of univcr
salist pcruos!on, once married Mrs. Liver
more. Hnviliir linmiirtnllzed himself In
tills feat ho retired from tho public gaze to
tho modest fociuslon ot tho domestic cir
clo as wns very proper.
Tho husbnnd of Julia "Ward IIowo did
not yield to his (ato without a struggle.
Ho mndo superhuman efforts to bring him
self up by philanthropy. Ho grasped lit
iUm &dfitn lliimlntrri fin tn Ice l,m ti.itl. flu.
clutch of despair, but ft wiu nit i
Ucstiny, in tho siinpo oi Jlrs, Howe, wns
too much for him. Let us respect tho
courago that deserved n better fato.
Susan I). Anthony hns no husband. Al
though storn, she Is morciful. Various
despernto and devoted men, enamored by
her girlish charin, have essayed to plunge
headlong into the maelstrom of matrimo
ny; but with firm but gentle hamUho has
withhold them, nobly refusing to t'cccpt
Tlic-ii litis of unimportant husbands
might he prolonged indefinitely, but these
are quite sufficient to prove tho truth of
the goncrnl prh.cip il whicli I hnvo stntc-J.
J liavo spoueu only ol tho husbands of
most prominent among tho strong-minded
woman, um siioum any uouoter ilesiro lur
thcr evidence, I need only reinforce mv
portion by bringing up tho husbands o'f
ihn lesser ns well as tho larger stars in thu
woman's right firmament. Ono and nil
would prove that there nro no executions
to thu general rule.
A 11UUTAL FAM1 1.Y.
(l'roin ttr Delroll Tribune)
There is u family living in the northern
pnrt of tho township of ltos, in Kalama
zoo county, Michigan, whoso depravity
nnd disregard of human feelings seem to
mark them in exceptional specimens of tho
human rnce. They fight from ono year's
end to tho other, nnd peaco only feigns
whon exiinustion irom tneir contests ensue.
Last week nt u terrible quarrel nnd sub-
tKiucnt llL'ht, u little child, somo two years
old, clinging to iter mother's dre', by the
sudden movement oi tne woman while
chasing her " old man," was thrown into
n kettlu of hot water which was set down
upon tho floor. Notwithstanding its cries
thu mother did not stop for u moment or
morn ; until sho had drivon her husbnnd
out of doors and bolted tho door, when sho
enmo to the rescue of her child, but it was
frightlully burned, so much that it died
soon nfter. Not long before, ntono of
their lights one ol n pair of twins, n boy,
had his" leg broken by becoming involved
in tho melon ; um! utter the funeral of his
last child tho older onu wns taken chargo
of by somo neighbors, and it win found
mat mo bono had commenced liualing of
its own accord, li'iivlng u great bunch on
tho thili nnd leg deformed. Tho child
had lain in bed ever ktneu the injury with
out medical assistance. An investigation
I to bo had, nnd tho family will bo pro
A I'ltKTTV iAin.
(l'roin Hit Lexington, K;., I'rtu )
A omissarv of n notorious establishment
in Now York city has been in our city for
tho purpose of black-mailing somo of our
most prominent citizens by threats of ri-
i posuro of their coniioctlon with the places
U'it w Tcspcclnblo citizen would rather
submit to bo mulcted tlinn have his nnmo
drags in tho mile, this Individual has
been beiidinv m
respondpneuoftho woman Bowles with tho
woman lonnluuumii, In which tho former
i.miiiaies iniii sue k)p, ft register, evl
oeimy wi i tno purpose of blackmailing.
ivi uio i.ouoiti oi eacn circular tho sender
uiii-a uio mm uomnnueu. accompanied
wiui n uireav oi exposure 11 tho mmu.v l.
not forthcoming. A prominent nnd most
respectable citizen of tills 'nlaco. nnil n
leading member of ono of our churches, It
is said, was wlllinc to comnrnm so with
this infamous black-iniiiling character, so
ns to prevent tuo pumicniion oi n lie, which
n ciiiiritnbiu public nro too wining to lie
liovo when Iho good nnmo of u fellow clti
! zen Is concerned, but his friends Intorfer-
cd to prevent tho outrage, nnd so tho case
resir. jt is n puy tno police cannot reach
Tho Scientific American describes the
now wood carpeting which is coming into
extensive uso, ns follows : Thn fabric is
BULLETIN, WDENE8 DAY,
undo of sluts or timri! ornnmciiinl flint" i
lucd or CHniiinttid upon n cloth b rKinir
Tho slots or strips t wood Hro or different
colors, and ure arranged to produce nil tho
ilfccts of a trjselalod floor, mosaic work,
.tc; Hnd, being n quarter of Hn Inch in
thiekms, will wear many years. 1 hev
H.e flnlshcd In oil, nnd lit together so tight
that tho joint mo as perfect as thoso n in
laid work. Thu surface thus produced
cm therefore, be scrubbed, washed find
wnyn neeucu, precis w .
floors they resemble in all respects whon
Coors made oi ornnnicnieu woo if, ""
ODE TO AN ALUEtlMAN.
(From the Chlcsgo Tlm.) ,
Montgomcree, Montgotnerl; cannot you
see 'tis time tolly? six months in quod
llcs Mister Glndc, and Charley Heed
abroad doth raid. On "Walsh and tho rest
ho has his eye, you'd better git, Montgom
eri. There Is no fun In facing Tree i why
not light out, Montgomcree?
SAVE TWENTY PER CENT
By bu jlm your
UiMtilngtots-iiv., Stmt CoMnin Iloaac
Hcssrf. Eichholt Orothtrtdsiirt to inform the
citlicnf of CMro thai they are manulseturing all
PLAIN AND FANC1' FURNITURE
And have now oa hnd and foi sale, at
Wbolrsale and Retail,
All kladi, and wll contiaui to keep at thet-
SALKS R00MH, IN T1IEIX NEW BUILDI.HO,
Krr .li.ripOon ol ulicap and coll lurnliure,
?"Mnrble Topped riurenut,
?-Vrilrube, Sola Chalra,
Oi.Sof.n r.r.J Mntratacs,
-I.oungci,le , ttc.,
Winch tli'T will Kusrantfe to sell
TWENTY PEU CENT. LOWER
Than thf y can b loucht from any other dealer In
the city. Oite them n call and aatlilr onr-
COAL I COAL! COAL!
1)U QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
Conimercial-ar., Foot of Eleventh-nt.
All Coal carefully welxhtd at the yard en Fair
' rULL WEIGHT WARRANTED.
Coal deliyered on the ahortest notice in an)
arl ol die cl.T, either by the hair ton, ten or car
I.eaTe order at the office on Commercfal-ay, a
he footof KlerMnth ttreet. nortcd -lm.
Cor. Nlh-tl. and Cemmerelal-aT.
STCIean Towelt and
irl.jdlea' and elilldren'a hair cut and aham
psoed, either fct tho ahop or at their own homes,
(ientlemen'f whiikert aad h Ir dyed in a
rtlttictrrener. Hatitfnction Ruarantaed,
ciiai, acnotMsyta. wiuum acaua.
CIIAS. SCIIOEN'MEYER k CO.
Allordeu promptly attenddto,
NonTinvm cohnku or WAisiiiNOToif av
enue AND TENTH ST.,
P. 0. Prswerlft, jaatf,
JANUARY 3l, 1872.
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BUILDERS' SLTPLY DEPOT
13J TINTII STREET,
Drs, Haah, Blinds. HotiMInc,
EaveOntter, (wood) Window and uooj
Frasass, I'loorlnc, Lalb,
NhlDKlc. fllaaed Naata, Olaied Side
LlKhti, Ulaard Trananinii,
flaah WelRbti, Knah 1'islllcs nnd Cords,
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Paper, Carpet Telt, While
Lead. I.lnnnl Oil. American Window
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AOEXTS lor Rock Hnei Taper CompanjV
Wheathlnfr Kelt and (junrtt (m;nl.
11. W. John's Imiirored Hooling always oa
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GRUCRRIEH AND DRY GOODN.
NOTIONS, ROOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAIf, KTC,
llaa Juit receyel a lieayy atoci of Iloota and
hhoen, lloilcry und .Notion,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
lie alio has a tine stock of Family Groceries ol
CORNER SIXTH-ST. AND COMMER
CENTRAL MEAT .MARKET.
KOEIILER & BROTHER
llayo rrepen i I
l'OI'l'I.An MKAT .MAItHKT,
L'elnren Ninth nuilTeulh Nlrrel',
and will keep ronatantly on hun the heat meata
alatihteri'd in the Cairo market. They defy com
petition. IIM V llltflll II I rim nvi-in
a RO CKRIX8,
Ohio Lxvub : s : : ; Cairo, III.
oisiss ruantr rriino
"Tii it; Mr ii."
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it 1UjO,V0 00
yollclia all klndol rlik.
ocl27tf Agent, Cairo, l.
CAIRO CITY COAL
It prcpartd to supply customar
Ith thu beat
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KOr.TII AMERICA, I'A-
Atta 'j,7U,000 V
AseUi.. S.M1.J10 17
Allien 1,711,118 SC
INTERNATIONAL, It. Y.,
Afiete l,li1,30J 1
Anet 70,j7 0
AfSCta- 611,973 St
Ael M 5,17 1 U
AUEIIICAN CENTRA I MO..
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
TRAVELER' , HARTFORD, LIFK AND
Aeta. 1,A00,0C0 'X
RAILWAY I'AtSE.VOKRH ASSURANCE
Asuet MO, Ski
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio Levee,
City National Hank, CAIKO, II. I,.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAGARA, N. Y.,
Asueta (1,430,216 If
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
AKaets 1,008,721 7S
HANOVER, N. Y.
Assets 726,802 00
UKrUJILIC, N. Y.,
Asset 7H.525 01.
ComprisltiK the Underwriters' Agency,
Y0NKER8, N. Y.,
Aasets - 878.IM It
firemen's ru.vi), s. r.,
Aaiet 071,000 00
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Asset 1,433,S 00
STOUK, Dwellings, Furniture, Hulls and Car.
noea, inmred at ratea as faYoiablo as sound,
permanent aeourlty will warrant.
I reaperthilly aak ol the cltlseos of Cairo, a
hare oi their patronaio.
wism AND I.IUUOIU.
Importer mid Wholesale Dealer In
TOBACCO & CXGrJi-HB.
Agent for Ihe beet tranda of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Isnporlnt Ale of niireretit Itlssd.
75 Ohio Lkvkk,
F. M. STO0KFLETI1,
scccusoa rouia a SToctriiTi
Rectlfyer and Wboleaale Dealer In
rorciajn ana iioinnue
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. C2 Ouio Levkk,
Kkeepaon hand conatanlly a fnlt
IflM lnl,,V ltnnl.,n IIwm mtiri Unm
heia Whliklea, French llrandiei, Holland Gin, 4
Ithlne and l.'allfornla Wlnea.
IIOOTSi AND NHOtJS.
HOOT AND SHOK MAKER,
llelween Wuhlnton atenu and PjpUr
Iloola aad tiknea Made to Order.
Flna Workmen Kmployed.
CITY SHOii STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
eit Aotacr ron
HOOTS AND SHOES
Cosnsnrrelal Avenue, Corner of FJajblh
PARTICULAR ATTENTION TA1D TO ALL OR-
DERR FOR HOOI'iKIKTa AND IUOEK.
MOORE & MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamtnl
Decorative I'nprrlinnclnc, UnUoniln
Hi I.-, elc.,
the hiche.t style ot
rate that Irly compe
the art. acd a
saor in perry linear, corner or 8th
4TREET AND CMMERCIAL AVENUE.
F I' UN AND IIIDKH.
H. LEW & CO.,
HIDES AND- FURS,
WOOL, FEAT1IERH, F.TC,
93 OHIOilB VBE.
P. L. HUYETT, "ft'sON,"'
Importer, Manufacturers and Jobbers
Braaa Hud flerman Hllver
BAND INSTR UMENTS,
No. 25 S. Third Street,
NT. LOUIS, HO.
alntelser acd Dealer In all Hlsidi rreah
Coama NimTii.nn aki roruaRrsnr,
0 Aim, ILLINOIS.
rUYa and alaiuhtera only the rery beit satllf,
P hops and sheep, and la prepared lo fill any
Umiiand for freah mem from 0'ne pounj ,0 ieB
CASSIDY, WOLFE & CO.,
wAaniNcnroH atinuk, betwiik
XIOHTn AND NINTH STf.,
Give thin a Calll-