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JyllMI (IMRRI.r, B'lllnron.l tuUinr.
Tiiuikday Monrtixa, Feb. 1,
l'U CM U. y WlMAJ Wall If fXttLWrR imiyiMj
hill n wr ill I tnri cjinii nrruimimt tf .
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TUK COLLAR WEEKLY HULLTCTlk'.
Jehe It. oberly Co. Jif reduced the Mil
aarlptioa pnc of the Wkly Cairo Uullettn to
iHDoUnr peranum, making It the Cheapest pa.
Mroubjlihmiai'ouilifrn Illinois. . . .
Ir GnA.vr didn't owe tlio four llious
nd dolars lately -paid by him to the
gorcrnmcnt, jjrjiy. didjbe pay it? , It
ho did owe it, why didn't ho pay it
dropped Tom. Scott ns a candidato for
the presidency and nominated Chief
Justice Chase. Objections by the
Springfield llegutcr nrc now in order.
t i - - a
Hon. D. W. Vookhees is very fav
orably , mentioned as democratic, candi
date for governor of Indiana. The
nomination would bo n good one.
VoJ)rficc$,il a. sfrong democrat, nn lion
eit man, and one of the finest orator
ical tpeakera in the United States.
; . i. .-
Charles Allen, of Vinton county,
Obto, wants a divorce, liccauso lie wi iu
drunk at the time oi the ceremony that liu
did not know whut he was doing. CAt
Charles ought to have his " ucxtj
friend " sue the saloon keeper who
sold himthc liquor, for damages;
GionoE Wir.KKS has nominated
Charles Sumner for the presidency, and
now radical newspaper arc engaged in
discussing his fault's, his weaknesses,
his bad temper and general unfitness
for the position. Verily, republics are
ijiprovement''of THE OHIO
The bill reported in congress re
cently, by Mr. Niblack of Indiana,
appropriating 8500,000 for the im
provement of tho Ohio river, is attract
ing much attention in the section de
signed to bo benefitted. The impor
taueo of tho . subject and the neglect
with "which it has long1 been treated
Mi Bfiolit ?u:rccdyconMdcraton
Cin!ni ??.. :
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1 rea utilitv. nl ,,;,.rc..u..
man,W. m ;,; ,Mf..r.iv'W.-.f u.
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' committeo on commerce, to which it
' was referred, or have tho sum
mentioned be cut-down to such a con
' tcmptiblc, figure that it will' bo of no
LONGFELLOW'S LATE POEJ1.
The folldwiii'g strictures by the New
York Standard on tho " Divine Trag
edy of Longfellow, though fevcre,
strikes un as having more than a grain
of truth in them :
Mr. Loncfollow-i Dlvino Tratrodv'
aVout much reverence as If it mm. .11.
" lttmiu IU UIUH uuoriurs Willi
rin'e flddlestick. Evon tho pout's own
ir. reHdrnc- itaro cold and metturrd in
their praise, lavishing their chief eulogy
ioadmIras fevero simnlicitv of trniit.
winll itUMMIUUl I, 1JUJ1UL1US. UIHI II II I'PI 1 fl ! I
men: whst is in reality hut a dry and lit-
ral adheiion to the scriptum texts. But
atovad the r Divine Tragedy" U handled
with infinitely Je;s tenderness. Tho En
glish critics Hre plainly not Hfraid of
Kor can we say, with truth, that, taking
these foreign criticisms altogether,
Ihey are fur wrong. We remember hav-
uunuin-' jir. J.onL'Ic ow's feul ncrt.
. r giinnncrc seen tlio statement that tho
'Dniiio Tragedy" is tho work of Mr
Longfellow's lite. If wo did not Pnow "'i?
ItlHt m nd nnd heart .till ..II .1..,
vlkror of maturity, wo almnM rti.,.
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It to be the work" of .his old aire IWirr " hnmlful o i-nrtli lro.11 tliolnnil o' my birth
annot be rodo to orfe by chopi.1 ,,'0l",',rl "' '"-'"n'"1"
v..,.u.c mil. mm nne ui tun syllables. I
rootry consist of somt-thlne ni..ra tli.m
Hcendsund tner tnrl... 1... 7.
" , j mnii-g IIUU IT- I
iSHfuiftr Mid uncouth rerso. Mr. i.nti,.fl.
ffiSAtay .olhQ it0.)ie r,,)t.",.ii(, Oeh,
urraiivi Uia tTu.(,.i ,,ti luA ' i '" i 11
and l,rl, drumavwn',tbrt "h,c?k AnJ
urlirig novel whence It 4,lVi-d T ,
work it a rnuuVo from bei!n, . .. I.. lh?
1 J.'-"'B'ovn Breat repuuvon
renders it the moro incumbent for tbu fa?
4 t .a iiiI1hi..1I. t.l
.., H. T . " K W GHU 1
THE SENATE APPOUTIONMEKT
mi 1 11
inc t-cnate judiciary committee
have reported. back the apportionment
bill pawed by the house before the re
ess.with several important amendments.
The houRo hill had increased the num
bcr of congressmen to two hundred and
eighty-throo. The amended, bill rcduc-
u tho number to two hundred and for
ty-thrce, the present number. The on
portioumcnt will be, to Maine, -1 mem
bcrs ; New llauibhiro, 2 ; Vcrmoiit 2
Massachusetts, 0 ; Rhode leland,' 1 j
vonuecucut. a ewlork,28i New
Jwyv C ; .Pennsylvania, 22 ; Dcla-
""i Maryland, u ; Virginia, 8
rJorthCuolina.7: Houth Carollm, .1
Georgia, 8 ; Alabama, C Jlissibbippi
4uuCB5co,q., iuuuua.il : Illinois. 1(1
MiMouri.ll ; ArkaiwM.as Michigan
7j JNorida, 1; Texas, r,-, Iown 8
ta, 3 ; Oregon, 1 j Kansas, 2j w
Virginia, d; .Nevada, 1 ; iebraka,
The eeutberu states do not los in th
apportionment ns a majority of the old;
cr Mates do, for the reason that the
nroeiit apportionment is dtilculatcri on
tho old three fifths lnvery l'3"'l't
whilr in tho new nno the whole
population is counted. iJ.r one of tho
fgfMotyoTUic hill; "II tl"3 stat" nrc
rcriufrci tVhold their elections for con-
tjroiHincii on tho samo day, iivd tho first
Tuesday after tlio fintMphday in Nj
vcmber U named. It is Btipposcd tllat
the bill, if passed in the senate ns
amended will meet with decided oppo
sition in ' tho libu'sc, especially from
western mombcrs who desirod an in
ercae in tho number of member.
THE lIOr,E, ,OF THE COUNTRY.
" The present wido spread demand
'for civil service reform," says "tho
New York Evening Pott, .jUjthorcsuU
'of n profound 'conviction already
'formed in the most thoughtful minds
' in tho country, and rapidly forming
' in tho whole mass of tho popular
' mind, " that corruption has of Into
' seized upon our government and so
' ejety . in now strength ; that it is
'alarmingly progressive, nnd that it
'can only bo kept from indefinite
' progress by poworful nnd speedy pQ
' litical resistance. Under this convic-
' tion tho people are steadily giving
less attention to party organizations,
'and moro to calls and efforts for re-
' form ; although it docs n6t now
'seem' very probable that tho two
1 national parties will bo disintegrated
' by this movement before they nicas
1 uro strength once moro in a general
'election, it is already evident
that the result of tho election
'will bo determined by the direc
tion from which the people arc induced
to hopc,with fullest confidence, for tho
'accomplishment of acomplctc reform."
If this concluding assertion wcro as
true iu reality as,ior the country's sake,
it ought to be, the ultra-radical party,
of which Grant is the acknowledged
head, would have small hope of suc
cess in tho next election,' ' As though
in response to the uuiversal desire of
the people ior reform, it lately made a
vigorous show of a purpose to institute
reform wherever it was possible
Grant recommended it, congress en.
couraged it, the people and press ap
plauded it and this ended it. The man
ncr in which civil service reform was
to bo carried out 'did not meet tho
wishes of tho people that is, of tho
Grunt party it involved a lo?i of
I i tr i , ,
W,,BW nuoru 10 '!o at tins juncture,
,.,., !, 1, I, ,
" " io jau to mo
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.'"""" service reiorm witti Uio
P'J in power, is a political catch
word, but tho radical politicians have
dropped it almost too soon. If they
had played upon that tune a little
longer, it would hnvo had more mora
effect with the people. The masses,
though sometimes mistaken, tiro Kener-
ally honest, and want an honest admin
istratioii or their public nffairs. It is
impossible that the honest voters of
bSfh'parh'cs cannotsee. that jpis in the
ascendancy of radicalism that " corrup-
tion has ecized upon our government
ad society in new strength it is under
Ity III tn n clml nn (P.( IO : 1
'"al 11 " ""''Kv
progressive ami is only the " power
na em resistance- of, the
democracy:" thcTiartr "which: notwith
standing the 'ahuec.-which has been
"capcU upon it, was (he one which led
the country up to greatness, wealth and
Powor' whlch can havo lt
TUK HXKIlKt'L Or KAKTIj.
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11,1,0(1 ovur n" n"
London jinpor :
Tho following oxqultite ballad wiispub
oiiymmis signaturo in n
film I Km t i)iiln'o' the J.y..
"' brotlmr Uhi's or ili . i
liItl0 V'.1 ''"''' '"f unywhnrc,
'i'"1 ' WV
ri'nsuro I'll lukf . foi oill.l Irclaiid'n anfii
iiihi 111 iiriis uii nei in iii xiiovH ;
Ann wonnno poor iu.i 111 lua 1 xile be (jinJ
. Wl.cn lio i-eea tilt liravpiirrtMeiit Ibrliiul
"on't mere In Aobhiw from Uiu trtosutool
In tlm narmth oftlin liautifnl nr 111
Knn -MiieliMO ,oiis, ,f .nrlln' wo l,o
" "i'"iiii 111 icito 1111 your morf,
your inoiinlalin ami tr?aim I itIII see In my
Till I cruii'io my coimiry or re more I
FOR THE LADIES.
If Jiomc'n wero half so charming 'af-
t murrUi-o ul uoforo it, tho ilivorco busl-
wtM u pmctlcnllv'nnnlhllated.
-turltt eiutc. in v.... v-.-i, i..
engaged Mr. In,,,,.,..,,. . ,...
l and MI..TMiMhiio for Sl.iOO
per milium. '
Tho Queen of Holland , .
woman among crowned bonds. 8V,t ,pj j
two-thlrds of her income on literal....
journals. It was sho who invited vi-
Jiotlcy to inako ono of her piiliiccs hii
home after ho quitted London.
-Tlio stutemont nas gono the rounds of
the pruts that Gail Hamilton hat been en-
gagCd ns onolof tho editors of Oiir YuAnn
loth, which is an error. The popular
writer known by that na:r o has, however,
bien enlaced to edit HW ;.,.,;,,.,;
Mtrazine, a very successful periodical
published at Kowhurgh, In which capac
ity sho will, doubtless, find ample scopo
or her bold and sparkling pen.
Hy taking thought, though n woman
may not bo ablu to add ono cubit unto her
Uaturc, iho can inuUo hor homo plcaaunt
and l,cr llfo happy. Hho will dud in bcr
husband many linporfectlons, many m.
pcrlllcs, many faults. It will dupuml, In
thu majority of case, upon herself whether
Imsu will bo harmlessly overcome or dl
vrtd( or whthor they vlll bo stlmula-
THE CAIRO DAILY
tl Into ro,ll'vo vices. IfhQ flndi her
HynB ncut, tnough lUniyWvolvo',n lli
tlo trouble, alwaysheortul, liiyugh ehi
has n headache, (Sln'otic; ho was" cross
nnd unltutfsho. wllK rotnln nUJoro and
her beaut V till her d vine day. Tho'wcuk.
oryottho 8lroni;crj siipportlni tliougli
IcaniiiK upon lilm ; fjuldina him wlsdy llutraotsr hivo. Kid ,ufHy. rKJ
while .ho n.-ein n'y nniUirlnB'hlmf rJt,fodkurilriaMtfWrtMA qtiltUd
moment, sho will rcnlir.e thudrciim of
" Iter liinftoct'Yltt'l. rrj0K'rwl11 tof "' her
Wllhiuclinwotinnl Fulthlnnll tlilnc; lilgli
Ciin!iMytohlm,tho'heillpn3tilll ; - .
lie slnll not Hln Ills oul wllli dm."
i ' i r
West Virginia has a
Tbo. AtlaiiH '.Sun calls him AleiU
-The Chicago ruins still "draw good
houW' " ""I OV-(
Brazil has great difficulty in settling,
her coffco troubles.
Albany's fifteen broweries ciudoUSOi
000 barrols of bcor a year. . ""
They havo advanced as far us a min
strel troupe- tn tbo Greoloy colony. , ,
St. Joo butchers aro selling buffalo
meat killed by Alexis. Tho sales are
numerous. , , . ' '
Two Glenn's Falls sisters, having but
nno lover botween thorn, drowned' them
selves In a dramatic but determined I
Following tho bad cxamplo ofMr,..
Colfax, Jem. Mucc, who bad retired from
tho ring, now challenges anyoody and
everybody for $2,000. m
The most rapid wrltor among the
Fitrisian Journalists Is Eniiln do Giradln;
11 o generally dashes ofT bis column lead
ers In scarce) v half nn hour.
The Lafayette, Indiana, Journal re
frains from kicking an obscura Indiana
editor in the usual prominent locality, for
fear of producing concussion of the brain.
Tho king of Dahomey received the
Italian scientific commission with bTTfbrm
decorated profusely with variegated drug
gists' labels, taken from European medi
Mr. Meeker says that the cotton gin
will be among the other gins pro'blSi&dln
Competing railway lines otdintrily
exhibit very little freight-emit 'feeling.
Alexis has parted with another dia
mond, this time in fnvor of Kiinke!; a Cin
cinnati pianist. '-'f
' b n . . .
A Georgia prayer-meeting was enli v.
ened by one of the brethren shooting an
other in the shoulder.
Tho HtadUght is a new paper at Mob
erly, Mo., nnd already its local adversary
calls it tho Lxghthtad. . (i"r i
A man In Washington had his head'
blown olTby an explosion of gas tho other
uny. llu ai nut u .tiuajw.m
A year ago Mr. Gleason of Chicago
.. 1 .1. 1. 1 i. .
i iuh u ii-jj iiiruugu uiu carelessness oi n enr-
.Irivnr. und l.t.woolc bo Jost tho other loir
in tho nmo miuincr. Jlcasiircra am i,.
foot to provide for his support by artificial
A St. Joo physician siiys heart diseas0
Is caused by thouso of conl oil.- Tho odor
which escapes Is tho injurious dement,
nnd is, of course, moro liuhlo to affect tho
cardiao organ wJion tho light is, turned
down way down, as foolish young people
fancy it o' Sunday nights.
Miss Alice Webber, of St. Piiul, after
being nominated engrossing clerk of tho
Minnesota senate resigned, became tho
heard somo votc3 had' been given for1ier
grudgingly. "Wbcroupon tLo senato re
elected her by a voto of 30 to ttand Miss
Webbor's oxtraordinury scruples . gave
Another Enoch Arden caso has arisen
In England. George Byron left bis wife and j
child at Oldham and wont to' America to !
seel; n livelihood. Correspondence, at first
Irregular, qun stopped altogctMrj-nndjJbe
wife married ngain. Byron at length re
turned, laden with presents for his family.
Tho wifo of an Irish gentleman being
i.i i.. . .. ,ti ,i 'i . s , . .
Miuucmy iiiKon hi, tue nusiianu ordcrea
servant to get n horso ready to go for a
doctor. By thu time, however, that tho
horso was ready, and tho nolo t6 tho doc
tor written, tho lady had recovered ; on
which hn uddc'l tho following postscript,
nnd sunt tho servant off : ' Mv wlfo- hav
ing rccovuroj, you need not come." '
Harry Thacbor, a son-in-law of Dan-
Id Boone, diod a fuw days ago In Califor
nia ut the ago of , 128 yours. Ho H suppos
ed to have been thu oldest man In tl e
United SWtes, if not In the world. No
mention Is mndo of his llfo record during
tho revolutionary war, though ho was
thirty-thrco years old when the war brok
out, but liu is said to havo served after ho
was sovonty under Gon. Jackson, at .tho
battle of New Orleans, under Harrison 'at
the battle of Tippecanoe, and also in the
lilnck Hawk war in Illinois.
KU-KLVX raiSO.VKR K.S ltOUTl! TO JAJL.
irrum me uiinriFnion courier. Jan. St.
Forty-nlno ku-ltlux nrlsonurs. sentunced
nt the recent term of tho United States
circuit court,hcld in Columbia, arrived In
tho city yesterday by the 3:20 "train o'f tho
South w'urulina railroad. - Tlmy woro uu-
uuru guiira oi unitcu Mates Boiuiors.
Twenty-tlvo of them wero carriod to jail,
Ignite they uro to servo out their lm-
' ."'"O'lt, and tho other twituty-four
iBH Hi i, ..,,, ,,.1.1,. fM.,,-i,.,,,, I,,,,.,, n.
Aubiirn"tVi.il!" r,mt9 t0 lho prison at
uio) were goit,K ,,. , , ' ... ,.,.
caused by ft inUuko 17. "",v" ,V
order, those that Vi0."""'?01.1.'
Jail were endueted tbi e by tffLV V n 'D
nis and a detuchmont o i&T!! I'n P0"'
and those that took the iieln t v'l'f
lo.iant Potter, with a detuelime, t0,: 1
18th Infantry. Tho mnhitltv iLi1"!
nearly all of tfiem, woro'Uv yl'unitn
somo hcurdlc.s youth,, whus'i. llcetrS
ted any ling but thoto olementsthat mako
up Intelligent conspirators. .
Fivo-and-twenty years liRoEllin Logan,
war was burled iu New York Inst week
stout next to Charlotte Cuihtnan in fVor
oi tho public. Jean Davenport hud not
come o then. Old Log.m i.nd hit diiui-h-ti'r
and old Doim mid his duiighler-tll
from Clnclunntl were rivals. The Logans
uled on Jull'i beauty, nd lure, ibo mi
an umMlng prttty girl, nd all the bucks
wert In lor with her, and crowded .tojtbe
ttidilrci to see her .languish JnO"
old pliiva. Ellra Logan, who was not n
braUlj',"bad real merit, and her father
was ii sound and solid autorof thoconven-
U..D11I suhiiol. 'rimtsihiiol und mot or its
tho. stage. twelyo-Or fllteen years back.
uia.uua uicu long since, nicru is
tdly Uri. nctor on tho boards who bo-
SAVE TWENTY PERCENT
- nun j iy )!?
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i'.1I , soT; m MfiH vi 'r 1
TJ JtO JN XTT
' ,s-uH xi ssiili if in
mil- .x Vit-.h Mm. , .
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... J.URlflTURE FACTORY,
WawMssgMu-siT., ffessr Ctauai Uoa
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Vnsrv.-SfaaeS Bnhn4tir in lafti
itiMai f ClM thxi ltf ir mMBlMtariajr tii
PLALN AND FA2iCr FURNITURE
WkelfMTe 4 Belail,
All klnd, tad eontiani to kp at the
' BALIS ROOM, IX THXI JW BUtLDIKO,
ETery aiwrlf lion ei thttp and ecitly feraiturt,
OJKurble Topped nttreaui,
aua.9of nod SlalratM,
a-Loungc, sic , tc.,
Winch they will urntfe to loll
TWENTY PEIl CENT. LOWER
Than thej can be bourhtfrom anr olhVtdaaler I
tli- city. Gife llitin n call and istlaiy your
71 FALL--W1NTER. '72
C. H AN N Y.
riiiNTa, 1 "
SturrocKT jkanb, xxtra,
LARUE STOCK OF CARP3TIN0
V ATTtNO, . ?
UU EatlrentoekNaw CIlaa; Oat
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORMIB 8teT ST.," AirDCOMUXBCTAL-AT.,
-s.'.i. rna axA - . . ,
aeptllf - ,!' ! . f
chii, irBomaiTSBl wuiua tcmcc.
UtIAS71 SCHOENMEYKR- & . CO.
. . TlOTURE FRAMINO.
All ordcn promptly, attended to,
NORTHWEST CORN ICR OF WABIUlfGTOX AY
KNL'K AND TENTH ST.,
P. O, Crawir mj.
FEBRUARY 1, 1872.
nwowp'. awii, ktci I
OO TO ' -
W. W. THORNTON'S,
TK-). 'XX L'IKi .lA?f
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
1S TENTH STRUT,
Deora, Haah, Rllnda. JfonlillnK,
Earr Gntter,(Troot Wlnilownnd llooA
Prntnea, rioorlnir, Ilh,
blngles, Olnaed Nnh, lnad Hide
I.lahla, (JlaciMl Trnnsoni,
Hatb WclRiifa, Mnoh Pnllln nnd Cord,
Illlnd rnNtrnlnr. noollnar
Fell, Itooflnt; Crinenl, lU(rlnic
. Paper. Carpet Veil, While -
Lead, I.lnd Oil, Amcrlcnn AVInitow
lln4, F.ncllth midFrpiich
Plate Olaaa. Pntljr, Olnaler'a Point
Hewer Pipe Patent Clilmnry,
Etc., rte., Kir.
AOESTS lor Itock Ititft i".ircr Compiny
UbeathliiK Kelt and CJmrli Omcnt.
11. VV. John'a Improted Iloofluj; atwayi on
1 l-H C
kui:ekieh and dhy tmous.
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
II AT8 AND CA1-8, KTC,
Haa Jmt rfcriTtil a limry alooi of Koota aod
anoea, noitrj nun .-..jiion ,
FOR SALK FOR CASllA'KRV CHEAP
tie alio ht a hue Block of Family Grocerifnot
CORNER STXTH-ST. AND COMMER
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
llarnreepen c a' I J
rOVCLAK MEAT MARKKT,
Iictweett niutlinudTenlli Htrcela,
lu-Ii1 1 ,k.',,, f?ni,u,BU' on hand Ihe beat meat.
lalitrril In the Cairo markat. Tlioy Ury com.
patiUop. Ultoihtm o trial acptiltt.
COAL I COAL1 COAL1
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CAR1JON
Commercial. ay,, Foot of Elcvcnth-at.
All Coal earisfullv wl?h,i .1 ih. ...j ...
OLL WI101IT WARRANTRD.
Coal Ualiverad on ilia ahnrlrit nmi.. ...
part ol Ike cl.r. eilhar by tlio half ton. ton nr t
l.Mre order at lh office on Coramerclal.ar.
tie foetef Utraath elroet. ujtU'd .Cm.
rjJIi TRIUMPH -INSUriANOE CO.
Q'1" . , ARtnl,C4lro, U.
CAIRO CITY COAL
t preptrsd to supply euitarasr with thu tssl
: tjuallty o.' 4
PITTSBURG AND IlLLINOIS
OtlDKrtS left at llallldny Ilron. offlce, TO OHIO
I.KVKK.or at tli foal Yard tflow them.
Umtlea ll"ll, will ntrlm prombt attention
IHKTUII " MOXTAt'lv"1 wllltnqj coal lon
iile rteamrra at ny liour. nWit
2 2 tf
5 5 i
2 ' C
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TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
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SAFFORD, MORRIS & GANDER,
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XEPU11LIO, N. V.,
Assets .711,91$ 00
Comprising iho Underwriters' Aneney.
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'ALBANY CITyI '
Asitt ... , S3,13 23
VIRKMEN'B 7UND, B. P.,
ABieU ; ...87S(00O 00
BKCURITY, K, Y. MA1UNK, '
Atele. ,. l,433.i 00
5 uora, tnkiiroil nt rate a o fniorable ai Bound,
permanent mifurliy will warrant.
nmnv nn.nn. vnmimre. Hulls and Car.
I rcHpepiiully aak oi tlio ciuteos or Cairo, a
Importer mid WholMinte Dnler l
TOBACCO Ac CTGvAJRS.
" Ansnt for the bftt brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALB,
.Isttsiorled Alea r D!flresit Klaa.
76 Ohio Levee,
F. M. BTOOKFLETH,
scocussa ruu a irecarttms
Keetiryer anil TjoicMie toesUer 1st
rla; and Iaaeatl
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 62 Olto.Lirii,
HRkpaen hand ronalantly a fall atwk
Old KaolucliT llourton. lire and Km...
Iirla Whitklaa. French llrandlna. lloll.Jl a?
iuiidf una i.aiiinrnja wmea
BOOTH AND MIIOIM.
DOOT AND SHOE MAKKR,
Uatwaao Washington areaue and faplar
tloota and Bknra Made lo Order.
'Klae Wprkmen ifmpleyed.
CITY 8HOJS STORK
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
ota aaiicT m
BOOTS AND SHOES
CBjaaretal Avaaiae, Caraer f Bckaai
I PARTICULAR ATTKNTIOX PAID TO ALL OR
DERS ron noortKiRTa akd iioii.
MOORE & MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornaipental
DreornllTe PaperbanKlna;, Kalaoaaiai.
Done in the hiahett ttyta ol th art. tad a
raUa tbatdcly compatllloi.
BOP 1ST PERRY DOUbT, CORN1R OP 8TB
TRKZT ANT CMWSRCIAL AVIHVtl.
rcRa aviu niDza.
U. LEVY & CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
P. L. HU YETT. & SON,
Traportart.ManufeJlurars aad Jek)ra of
Braaa ana German HUver
BAND INSTR UMENTS.
Ko. 23 S. Third Strut,
T. I.OTJII, MO.
anteber and Dealer fat all Klatfa Freela
0)ii MtxiTisaTB an Porua flnaat.
O AIR1, ILLINOIS.
rjUTH and alauxhters only the my beet a
fJ hoaa and aheep, and la prepared to DM
demand for frenh meala from on peand lo
from on paand lo to
CASSIDY, WOLFB 4 CO.,
n.tt : i
Produce and Grocerie
-VYAbUINOTON AVENUE, 1IETWMK
XtOUTn AND NINTH BTI,
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