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JAMES K YIN ASTON.
Malckcr nnd IiUr In all Html t'mts
Jlet,
Coasts tmtM ao tVrua st.itv
AIR, tt.MNOM.
tt"V d rtMljMw Only th very lt mill-.
ceis '1 fSr fteli wet fromon loiisd
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THE BULLKTJiN.
JOHNH OIIKUt.T, Kd-'ranl lMMin.r,
Tnt'RstiAT JloRStNO, Fiibrimry ,
IHlopirtalpnptru Alesnnler rmnl) ' Mffifjf 8
Ovm; Mmufnonlullmli(l','', 'liKxtti
n uvlr-tiitakt hurntl t ""'" '
V"l on oU M(i t ' 'f ''!' f
ilalnrreonJlicff(ii7 rirrW'wn, M Jm
rn norinr. (Af ifrwii;eef 'f''"' rtalett an t
tnttrprUinQ butinent wfli.
TI1H or tl! I'"-' IH'lttTllt
ISnbrmptiwi.
ii. nrrk, t.r rrrirr,
Jne yr.r by 'trif r, In uVKnuu...
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THE DOLLAR WKKKI.V HVI.LKT1X.
John II. Otwrl ' rvi hf -ill-f
Miiion pru'n of tli.' w ' ' in i .limn t
'Jit IWarprrannJm. man lk 1 i ln-Cl
P-f inl;itn-il in miiiiIi.Iii llli
A LEOTli'HF.tt in Xew York litis for
his Bbjcct "The Good in Jnuics Fik,
Jr." That ilc.nl liuro will .nnii he
ftylcd S. James.
. Senator Mouto.v, f Imll;iri!i, cull
Senator Scburz, ut -Mo., "n Dutch
whungJoodlo." Exchnngc.
This i9 a crushing nr;:ii incut against j
Scliurz. M'e imagine re -co ctcry
Gerrann tailie.il in the country ttirinifr
against Iiim.
THE congre?iioiial invo-'tigating
committee at New Orleans. inteniN to
confine its investigalions witliiu ;i very
narrow scope, says radical authority.
Very likely. The administration iIocj
not need to be" enlightened at to tho
troubles in Loui-iana. and the poojile
know all that it i intended they
shall know.
The Missouri Democrat copies with
a chuckle, some vulgar abuse of the
Hon. George II. Pendleton, from a
paper edited by a fellow e.Mling himself
P. Ponan. We nre free to maintain
that we resard P. Donan an earegious
ass. He as?uuies to edit a democratic
paper, and is a red-hot passiyist, but
his capacity for mi'chief i?, fortunately,
limited,
We have received tho first number
of an ilfu.'trated periodical, called the
Tnx-Paycr, published in C'liicajro, by
the Free Trade Lcairue. The illustra
tions, all pertinent to the subject, ore
admirable and suggestive, and its col
timi teem Vuh excellent editorial mat
ter on all subjects relating to free trade.
The Tax'Paytr h a weekly paper,
81.50 a year, Subscriber- will ad
dress the Pictorial Tax'l'oyrv, Chi
cago, Illinois.
The Chicago Journal gives n list of
the indiclcd aldermen nnd cx-alder-tcco.
with biographical fckutiiheof each.
On! is put down ns n democrat, several
as elected ou the "citizen's ticket," and
the politics of the remaindcris not men
tioned at all. The natural inference k
that out of the thirteen indicted, twelve
are radicals. Of cour.c, if there had
ken any more democrats iu the crowd,
the radical paper would not hnvo ne.
glected to name them as Mich.
...
The Boston Journal, a leading ad
ministration paper, objects to Senator
-Morton's proposition fur au early ad
journment of congress The
Jouwtl thinks that the current
.smug towarus uenerat uraiu s re- a
nomination, but it wantf; congress to he
judiciou;. "Glancing for a moment at
the outside field of politics" it says
"we find it aS favorable ns could be
wi'hed, while it is not so absolutely cer
tain as to di-pen-e with the judicious
action of fongre." With
this paragraph id the Journal
before our eyes, the question tuggo.-ts
luelf whether cougres., thin session, is
tun in the interest.,-of tho country or oi
icne (3mm. TUciueationf however,
is jneot vUvMifcC(U 0 ans.or
(Asr.v.thebnitw:;,,
tin- eiiMoin Iiouh- in N'.;w (i.i,,,,,,.
erc,ihe sympathy of the pubWc.' ir,'s
!i.iln:ir ti ' ; i .
mjureii innocence
H fVfir rKi.tnit ! .
, , l " Imiieat,
-,.11 .1 I '
.u neaneu, piam gentlema,,
-li-
uiKiij averse to poltti-. lavj
been forced into the collector,!,',,,
... . , , " "r."?i Ills
will, no doubt, "he ref,iH-d to turll ou,
home competent democratic elerk- and
give their places to incapable pet, f
coiigrussmen," and for thi. M)lm. . tti
tions were got up for hi- retnual. War-
liiu I.U91UIU l.UUMI. iriUPII firm,....
inuwi jiruiesieu against it aj
then
because Lasey would
not imt
uioth' tools in the pluec of worthv
men, aro.o the fight between the rfli.
cal factions in New Orleans, 'f his is
the " plaiu; unvarnished tale give, by
a iBuivai icili
ter-writcr of New Orleam.
kuowot but one consolation for the
!..: .1 1 ..'.in. , r. . . ..
iiijuicu iiu tiiucu casey, ana lliat lies
in tho world beyond. J.ct him lay up
his treasures in heaven, A good,
houegf niid worthy man, vbo has been
so wrongfully abused as has the New
Orleans brother inl-aw. oucht to tun.
hi btck on this Vila world.
.v- 'ft.. ...Vl. hrtia- iKWUnl of
... ... .Jlii
Turkish bcrtlVs Mtlr twntj.
v event-" v ""
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follow" "P " WW""""" ..
smlilon ml I U.. r itw'nvltJiUv'ox vi
utioil o' l. 'ct tf 1Wst
pir.l wlit. i iu
totnllt w.thwrt. u1 wHjr t Vn.v,
li.i'ir. ttuvt ut itmntrati'lr W-
cimlng rir In thU f th' rW
rurc Ut their invMrvft i- wo-'a
HinnKwiiiciit liorrwr.
i ri... V.- York (ViHniftfiAl .Irf
"- - -
rtrtifrr nk'-- I ibori unothrr wtmin
in lti! t! I ' Mtliftil to tln Memory t
her il. iirt-.l iiof n i.atly r'rnnkltn
Slio lm fiiiUhoiiHiiil of pound in vln
itlorts to r.iMM'rttiolniin of tin uiunn
out iinvniMtpr : ho hit tt ns truo a tli
iifinll lo tho polo, nltlioiigh th:it pole
i...r i.inlminl worst enemy, niut now h
..,.nL M.niehoilv to naoi't ten tliousund
!.illar mvl hiii'g lmr in return the record
of the ixpodltloii In which Sir John lot
Id life. Verily, If disi'inlvdicd pir can
1. roneion. of wh it trutiMilrc on un
lu:il nnd hank of llnic.' must not Sir
,tohn' conteuijiliition of the djvotion of
5iich n wifn add a niMv olintni to tlic plcus
lire of PanidUu'?
OSyTiiK venerable Krnnel 1. Hlnir,
Sr.. mid lit wif., ocvnslomilly tnko a walk
,.( ...rtTji siuarei from tlielr reililence
fin W'ailiington on Pennsylvania nvenue,
I near Seveiitectitli street, nnd attract con-
t dcrab o iittcntlon. Mr. JJlair i! now
nearly eighty-one years of ngc, and 3Ir.
IJlalr i h fow years younger. They walk
with tho aid of tall canes or itaves about
Ave feel in height, surmounted with brass
knoh, going very slowly. Mr. Dlair looks
finite feeble, whHo Mrs. Illnir carries her
ago remarkably well.
1 he Don Quixotes who went to
Cincinnati to cnntnut an nmendmcnt to
render the federal eontilutlon a religious
i-fttarian concern, have dono their work,
and gone home, nnd the world has already
forgotten all ubnut it. They havo made
us profound an impression on the country
u that produoud on the face of u stream
of water by casting u pebble in it.
En?A Kon du I.ac lady prevailed on
her husband to leave his loaded revolver
on the l ed room tabln, ns ho was going
uwnj to stay ull hlght. and she might be
frightened by burglars and need it for her
defence. On his return shu informed him
it would nut havo been u bit of use as she
hadn't a match lu the houto to Are it off.
U The Prince of Wale lun .ulllcien
tly recovered from liU recent illness to
contcmpliite n sea voyage so soon as j)Iea
ntil weather sets in. It Is said that u yacht
is now being llttcd for his occupation, and
that during April he will embark fur a
cruisoin the Mediterranean.
fc. George l-'rano;- Train ha od'ertd
Judge iloia!i .Swuln.i.f Wlnchcstor.Teim.,
tho Vico Presidency f tho Cnlted State,
or the next thing to it tu place his name
on the Train ticket as candidate for ice.
TMr. loultoii Sins deferred her con
cert tour through the western states on ac
count of the illno of her husband.
n$l.!Ion. .lames A. Grimes, of Iowa, is
named ns a candidate for the presidi-nov
of the Pniled .Slnte.
y5y Tho New York Yacht Club has re
elected James Gordon Ilennolt, jr., Com
modore.
C5yTwued bus coljl out bis lntore?t In
the Metropolitan hotel tit Mow- York.
twyMNs Olive Logan
Nushville on the Hth.
will lecture in
Cft.The New Orlenn- i'ieaimnt was sold
for SI 00,000.
DAXCKItOUS SUIMilOAl,
TION.
Ol'EltA-
Torciu.vo
I.S'CIUK.S'T CO.VXECTKU
IT
From the It oiuitul ,Mo.) Coerlcr.
While returning fiom -Macon City on
Wednesday afternoon last, wo chance l to
meet upon the car with J)r. Dutlleld and
Thorniiyke, of tin. lity, and Dr. Torrey of
llrooklleld. Dr. I.lilli'i'M has been inn.
moneil to that point tu perform an opera
tion upon a .Mi. IE n Inly from near
tho Iowa liii", theopeiMllun ol'ovaiiotoiny,
one ot tbi'iiio-t f rtti.-i.I mid dilllcult among
tin miiiiy li-rnbln n., riiii(iin of modern
Mirgrv. Tim tumor uh w hich thU lady
was sullfrlrig was a verv largo one, weigh
ing inaiiy pounds and lillitig tho abdomen,
causing much ilr-fi.riiniy m.il .ull'dring.
Thn doctor related uii iuciilciitof n very
toui'hing chanietor cminrcted with thn
operation, ana mio wl.icb had lnipres..d
him, and nthur. wlm witnessed it, verv
dfenlv. It uppciired that Mrs. 11. hull
lien fuly. jnloriiied of thn iluugur of thu
Mere nroeai iiiiougn which no win r
pa, ntnl nf the pi.slulllt v ol licr living
tvi ii under tlm operation. After thu
lirtHiiutiiiii. wore coiiipleted. and pre-
li iMimty i (i,,. lU(, f tf, knife, .he re
lue.tnl Dr. DdiHelt: , r-on-nnt to her ell
gaging in prayer, bufotu tho nssemblnge of
pliNsleiai.., (rum liir.;ri'tit points, who had
congregated to wiiuci. tlm operation. H
Having (.ivt.,1 a ready and cordial assent,
Immediately knelt and began 111 a
el'-ar mid perfeetlv cnlm'voico her Invocn"
io the Almn-hty Fallier of nil, ud
vtionj-ii ,m ui.ju,.iu,.,i Ionian tliu made
V'"' "f tliu mol ' benutiful and appos-
t') pniNurs tl.. tlni....il listeners over
heurd.
f!jl''-' ''egan by roeoguiiiliig tlui all power
oi ii.ii una t1() im,(,tyco 0f ,an( umi djj
mscrutablo providence, in regard lo his
creatures. SI... im.v..il for tlm r.m.k-...
ncsof .ii, .jf ull presunt. and the eonver
sion of .inner, near nnd wide; Invoking
you tiltisMiig up,,,, .utiv-ring hfimmiUy,
' In Wulf uf er distreshod husbaiiii
" luiwruii. Him committed herself lo
. Wb 1,1 her ureal hour of peril.
a e.pce.al bles.ing and
Ulrectnm ui.nn n. . .n i
tw !!'" U';'," '''I orthuoporatorand
A tnl i..,..i mini nun .ur nur rvuei.
for .' , 'L rinU His support, .ho Legged
I r.X fl'ignallon to UU ul.p,,w-
r ' V" ''"table will ; throwing hor
ll eiitiriilv .1. 1.1... -..i.i. ..?. 1
tl,ul 1 !VU llllll IUI ll.llll, PllUillU
mm relgiition) unlrL.alinij (j,i to t.o
reconcll 'll i,,, ,l I,, rrw-nnclln hftr
1 (nto llm.
1 uotrl','?,' ",' '' her portion, that ho would
1 not loriafco I,,., n tlistt trying hour, but bo
una shoulu II lie orucreu that
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ICE-BOrXD-
OKITICAI. CONDITION' OK THK
SPKA.MKUS IN" THK U01WK.
MILLION'S OK OOLLAKS WOKTH
OK l'KOl'KKTY l.V DAN'OKU.
,PKro tti t.oaitiM (nrftJ.tet )
We published on Sunday morning
I...-, r.m ..irr.MrmnJent ia KN the
II , II I IV , . W.I'
UMiur NUk l.ongworth, which Uf tiu
... ....... ..rik'VlsKnl! i ia
oort on the evening of the-Mhult. ei.f
. i. . .1. .1..m 1 ...
nn necouni oi m. hiu' -
....rid .ml fiior other steamer wi vc
h.rge, all looked last in an immense u-v-tlao
..inesliie n mile below Cairo. 1 he
gori;e I represented n eight or ten mile
Tn f..n..ili m.I ten to fifteen feet In depth.
and the boats nre In tho utmost danger of
detruetion bv tho moving or ureaKiii!; up
of tho ice. The amount of tho property
ilm. Invnlved in Imminent peril of Km
to the owners, and the Interest of our peo
..I.. in ii... Lint, nnd their freights, justify
in ..nini' to some exiiensunnd trouble to
present an accurate viewuflheir situation.
Our corrci)ondcnt think there i sonio
hope of nil the boats coming out afely, if
thu ice i thawed by mild weather, but if
there is n break up.'or if tho whole gorgo
moves, either of which may take pUeo
under tho great pressure of tho water
which is dammed up bv the accumulation
of the ice, it will be hardly possiolo for the
ureat itepuiillc, JuiiWurin anu ioumaui
to esc'ipo being cru.hed to pieces, and tho
other boats will probably bo very much
injured, if not totally wrecked, llius far
thev have su Herod no damage of conse
quence, and it is hoped thai they may be
relonseu irom tni-ir pcriioui piiunuon
without serious injury. Kvury precau
tion possible under tho circumstance is
beine taken to avert the threatened
catastrophe, and the hopo is genoral,
among otlicors and crews, thatthoy will be
able to weather the danger. Soma hero
who. havo had similar experiences think
that the fears expressed for the safety ot
the bouts arc exaggerated, and the "fact
that wo havo no account of tho vnluablo
corgoc being removed to thu shore seems
to bear them out in that view of the
matter.
thus in-1
Tho value of boats and cargoes
olved Is variously estimated tit from two
and n half to five millions ot dollars. The
magnitude of the loss, therefore, should ,
thu boats bo destroyed, renders their situ- .
ation a matter of gi eat concern, not only'
to the owners ot the vessels, but lo the
blppcrs and to thu in.uinnco companies.
Thu Great Kcpublie originally cost in the :
neighborhood of SJOO.OW, and has recent- '
ly been tilted up in magniliecnt stylo for
the accommodation of thu Grand Duke
Alexis nnd suite, who.chartered the steam- '
erfor'i trip to New Orleans, ami propo'cd
going on board at Memphis, to which
placu tho vessel was proceeding when
caught in the ice.
A special dispatch to the Cincinnati
Commercial from Cairo gives particulars
concerning tholmporilled lleet. Tho Com
merciaVx correspondent think, tlmt tho
I.ongworth and Hodmnnn nro In tho great
est danger, lie buys 'I returned late last
evening .tram n Dying visit to joHimlii,
Kentucky, and tho licet of boats Ice-bound
above that city. I found that tho various
rumors concerning their condition In gen
ernl were very much exaggerated, hihI
that while the gorgo holds they cannot be
seriously burl. Tho transfer steamer, I
was told, lost her rudder by tho ice, and
tho Great Kcpublie unshipped hers to keep
it from being broken, but asido from this
110 injury hud been sustained by ny of
tho licet. The Iiodmann is raised
up tlfteon inches by tho ico and
the Kilgoiir six incite. Tho foot of the
gorgo opposilo tho rocky point immdiately t
abovu Columbus, and the clear water run
up in tliu kbapc of 11 V, tho highest point 1
being in the middle of the river. To tho
right of this point, near the shoro nnd
about three lengths of herself away, lios j
tho lioilmtiun. Directly in front ol the
point, and probably '.our hundred yards
distant, the Illinois is lying across the
channel. Near tho Kentucky shore, three
hundred yard, abovu the llodmatin, the
Loiigwurt'li Is situated Above her, a little I
1 1 !.. !. .1." I
luriiier out, iiuu jut owio.nu mu .uw-
mlll, Is thu ferry St. Louis, and abovo her,
out In tho river is tho Great Kcpublie.
Sho is probably three-fourths of n mile,
but no more, I think, from the foot of tho
gorge.
j "All tho danger to tho fleet is apprehend
I ed from tho breaking up of tlm ice, and ev-
cry in nn on hour.! all 01 tliem seems lo
IiiiVu a different (.pinion as to its results,
dipt. Wnde, of tho Mitchell, says it rare
ly oceui ' that a boat fast ill a goriro is in
jured by the break-up, and believes that
thoy ivil'l como out all right. The general
opinion, however, is that tho Longworth
ami Iiodmann, which lio iu tho bend so
closo to .bore, will bu crowded t') the b-uik,
and pos.lblv ruined. Looking at them
myself, and knowing about It, I concluded
It 'would not bo wlu to purchase either of
the boats until spring.
"Day before yesterday the current
of tlui river changed to the Kentucky
shore, jut below Island No ;l, nnd a littlo
way above tlm Hepublic hrokii through tho
ieo'aiid rushed down along tho bank like
u iiilll-riiee, carrying leu nnd uverthlng
with it, mid yesterday til noon iidvniieucl
ton point oppositii and ju.l otititdu . tliu
Loligworlh. Some hope, were entertained
thai it would coiitiiiuo lo push its way
toward clear water until It would cut
through and eniini the lower end of tho
gorgu to givu away, 1 no belt ot clear wa
ter lormed by thU'luo' was ubout, twenty
feet wide, lin'd its velocity was tcriillc.
"Day before yesterday tho gorge ex-
t,.mlf.il tn within four miles of Cairo.
Yesterday tho river was clear of ico half
Way to Uollimuus, Iiuu wuuruiiu tun. Blum,
mass of Ico went to is a wonder to me, but
It shows that hud tho mild weather con-
tinned twenty-four Hours longer no sign
. . "ll 1 1 l..r nnd
OI Ulu gorge WOtllll liavo oeun nil, ii'"'
thi.wliig uway from thu upper end 110 bad
result eimtu have nccurrcu 10 inu jiuui.
"Nearij all thu pussciieers ot liio ico-
bound steamer Imve eono forward, and
. umi i ,.. 1; ...
.Mr. v 111 uiiiur, emrk ol tho iioumnnn,
propomd to .tart on a vltit to bis frionds
at home In? I evening. Among tlio passen
gers remaining on tho llodninm, ,,'ro
(y'aptalli wounuiiy una daugh
tors, and Judge StrauV, of
Cincinnati. Tliu health of .tho
Judgo is Improving, and tho party 01,
board tiro in ino dm m Kiiiriis. diiugo
Stniub said ho was advised by his pbysl-
clnii to l'o houlh for his health, und ho
....... .r- . . ........ 1 ..... .
ml thu c imil'l oeiieui-iai, inn reret
that tho Iiodmann was compullcd to winter
abovu Columbus, as ho understands that
.eals, walruses Htld poiar oears aro iicn
tlflll In thn lien d bulow tho city.
f'liitrutli thn sccno presented by tho
huuo mussel of Ico, pilled many feet high
with great hollows htiwecn, hiiu 1110 crow
mn,U WsW
rr V wtv
vi!n s.M "
dri Kvy p)cA tW trl
lv th brh nd ulr if th levf1.
AVut the saw. lm the twin w Ivsrdnl
bv iwe hun.lrf.1 kn-ktui, eh rmed
Mlh t nvv revolver. After the Uiln
h,l left the sUtion. the KuALn com
junetl flrmc t the necr lnth i"ars,
woundinf fiur. tw. of them iry badly.
A number of other p-rons had their cloth
be perfomteJ with hall. A the
triin ii4 throuqh tho vd. one of
the prtv hurricl turougn tne oag-g-e-or
ind orer the tender, from which
hY" fired upon the engineer, the bullet
the rnejlueer'idmt. The
engineer now t ized hi nunilunt nnd hurl
nl him from the train, down n embank
meut, the brVcman tiring two shot nfter
'III.!. .Ml" (I ' ' . I
x U tlie UA!n nj XhVc youmxvn of
. . ! t. ....... it...
htm. The supititlin I mat uie.v eipeci
Vviionble parties who were on the
.... ... . .. . I. . ....... V.MI...
t.r t At lf i station tne pnriv leivuc
inwi, tAiif the wounded with tliem.w
1 X OCVP RCVtMEMATtOS.
Tho editor of yankee paper recently
gnve the following recommendation tu an
Irish maid-sorvalit: "She bus black eyes
und black hair. Whenever sho comes
homo Irom a wake her eyes aro blacker,
and she has less hair by threes ur four
handful. Kmeline i engaged, and her
young man is tho mo't successful nlm
ilaior of butter and sugar, nnd milk that
uver emigrated from England. He is
equal tu any demand of nils kind upon
his stomach. Kmeline has bocn vacci
nated, but it didn't taU. This is the
only thing about Kmeline that wo know
of that won't take. Spoons Ukc, und
hemstitched handkerchiefs take, und sho
can nail more pillow-cases and forks with
in a given time than any other girl of thu
same size and weight 111 tho land of the
free. Her 'Sunday out' comes twice 11
week, and she can wash stockings in the
tea-kettle more elllciently than any living
won. nn. Iler way of taking care of u
baby is to hold it upside down by tho leg
until it bursts 11 blood vessel ; and if she
washes windows, sho never sluices water
down on on the pavement unhs a man is
going by with 11 new hat on, 1 hen she
slings it around by tho tin cupful.
i-.mcline s most unpiea'aut peculiarity is
that she always blows thu gas out when I
(ho goes to bed ; but It Is better to en
courugo this pritctico in the hope tlmt she
will s u fluent u herself some, night. She '
would bo much mure clllcicnt u. a good, -nulet
corpse than as a servant-girl." Thi. I
was "giving character'' with a vengeance,
jul tl,u editor reckoned without his host.
Ho confesses that this recommendation
must have been shown to Kmeline' s broth
er, because the latter has been "sitting on
our front doorstep, with n discouraging
club, for a week past, and wo have gone iu
and out through tho alley gate."
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MILUMfiCIIICK
U1IAS.
SCIIOKNMKYKlt ti CO.
FURNITURE ROOMS,
UPIIOLSTKIUNC,
AND
Mnt tress Manufacturing,
Furniture Repairing,
PICTUIIK ritAMING.
All nrJei promptly ultendcd to.
NORTIIWKiT COIIKKK OK WA8HINOTON AV
KNUK AM) TKNTIl bT.,
UAUIO, ILL.
drawer 1VJ3.
P. O
Jan'Jtf,
WTOUrAUY 8. 1872.
SM'HAM!.,
ll, MUHKlS,
v.Uij IMWKS
,ll. M. OANtlti.
't fWlS HMO; tl,
4 f'
. CtM.
KIKK, HULL, CAKGO, LIVK STOCK
CCIDKNT, L1KK,
;tna, iuiiT-onp,
Afl. .
..S.&O.WI 07
JtORTU AMKRICA, VX.,
Asstls..
I,7M,eop f.
HAKTronii, CONN,
Assrtii.
5,M4,2IO 7
rillKNtX, llAIITKOtlt),
Ai.fl...
1,781,IIS SC
INTEIIXATIO.VAL, N. r.,
Aurl...
1,M,3M 17
rUTMAM, IIARTrOHP,
Asstlf ..
700.0J7 CK
t'LKVKLANI), CLKVKLAXP,
Ai.rU.
SIS, (.73 ii
I10MK, lOLl'MIIUS.
A.-cl..
..415.27 li
AStKI'.ICAN CK.NTRAI- MO.,
Arl JnO.WO Ol.
COSNKCTICUT MUTUAL LIFJT,
A.Ms Ji,(.X),('iU 00
Tr.AVKt.KRV, ltAIlTFORIi, LI TK AND
ACOIDKNT,
As.tt.. l.W.'.OCO
RAILWAY rAi.SENOKRX ASSURAVCB
CO., 11 ARTKORP,
An.ft. SO0,Ci
I.VUKIT.NPKNT, 710STO.V,
Aill ...
iSAFFOKD, M01UUS St OANDKK,
7 1 Ohio I.eser,
City NMIon.il Ilnk, CAIItO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
ijsrsTJ-A.3sros
ifi.ui'AXir.si
.XIAOAItA, K. T.,
....(. I,IJC,2U 2f
okrm an'ia, .v. v.,
a.sh 1,7:1 75
hanover, x. y.
A..rl. 7M,MH CO
ItKPUULIC, N. Y.,
fl .7II,92i W.
Co3ipriinK llic rnderwrilrrs' Aje-ncy.
YO.VKKRi, .V. Y.,
Ansel. S7S.ICI K
ALI1A.VY CITY,
.IM,13 E)
KIllKMK.N'h FUND, S. T,
671,000 '
BKCURITY, If. Y. MARIN K,
5,IJ2,MV W
Af ts
AucIk.
A'.rt...
STDKi:, IlnillmK. Kurnitnro, Hull .ml Ct
i;or., lnure.l m ratf. fuomblr n. .onn'J,
pirinanent .CPitrliy wl'l wnrrnnt.
I rFoperttully a'k ot the cit.nem of Cuto,
Mliaio ol tlitlr patruimiic.
. v. Hi's; ii i s.
NAI.OU.NN.
Kh DORADO
H1LLIAIU)
SALOON
ROOM.
AND BAR-
JOII.N ;A'li:i, I'roprlctnr.
106 Cmmsrcil Avenue, CAIKO, 1I.MNOIHJ
Iict brand of California Ciiiarpjunt rrcelTftd,
BI1.I.IAHD unlooii furnl)in villi Ihc bmt ol
taMri; nnd Imr .applied ,th wlDPf. liquor,
ml cigar, of tlm finent lirnnil.
A. SUSANKA,
Proprietor
MAGNOLIA "SALOON
And Ietlcr In raielgnnnd l'omello.
AVINKS, LKiUORS AND CIOARS
97 Ohio Levee,
lletwcen Ninth and Tenth ftref li,
Cairo, III.
(IceKtf
DKXTi:U HXUHANOK,
IStl Ohio l.r t .,' nctir Mono llcjioi
.1.1). .A NONE, PROPRI KTOIt,
Flesh Shell Oysters deceived Dnilj
Krept lia) on Hand llallirnorc an I Mob) b
0).u i, uluefi h will , glad ,o wit to lih rus.
oini rw in Hie I. n cliy, ilei CM
COAL.
COAL! COAL I COAL I
JAMES ROSS,
biAirn i
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT 0ARI10N
yonnnereinl-av., Foot of Elevcntli-Bt.
All CoMearefully weighed at the yard on Fair
onnkk ecaloH,
FULL WEiailT WARUANTKD.
Coil delivered on the sliortest nollco in an)
part o Ilia c,,y, either by tlm half Ion, ton or car1
loail,
Leave order at Ihooft'Ca on Cominorclal.av.a
hf.foetof Klerenlh streel. novlcd.Cm.
' rit.nttM? ir suh wAiini o. !
n J. M. PUILiilPS Ac CO.,
' -
(Siff.i.r to K tl. UendrleU A Co., )
Forwarding and Commission
MKWMIAKT8
AND
WUAUK.IJOAT IMtOPltlKTOltS
K5aLltMl A,,.,K,, ., , nponssjrf-
Ar I tcrurcl In rrerire, .i.irn km nrr,i
rrullil. lo .11 Hil,,u.nt".i?r Viu
m-II i.n cunuiil.iloa.
MI11. Inc.. Mleuuea In ,.rom.llr
H. M. 1IULKN,
G ROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer 1'orcign Fruits nnd Nuts.
No. 134 Commoroial-avc.,
f'AtRO, I I.I.I NOl.-.
CHAIILKS M. IIOWK&CO.,
GENERAL COMM ISSION
I'OUWAHDFNfJ M KKUII ANTS.
No. 01 Ohio Lovee,
CA1KO, ILLINOIS
IIOT'.'Mtf
JOHN Ii. IMIII.L-IK ASON
(Siiflcrors to Jnn.ll. I'hilli
GENERAL COMMISSION
KOKWAKDINtt MERCHANTS,
DEAIsHHS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.
Cor. TKNTIl -ST. and OHIO LEV KB
CAIKO. ILL.
STIlATTON & HIKD
(Successor. toMrslton, HuJ.on A C.tV.)
! WHOLESALE GROCERS,
1X0
COMM ISSION M KKCIU NTS,
1
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
ry"Agnt of Amrleo Po"Ur Co., .ml mi
ot for cctlon t.m-
MII.LKIt & PAKKEK,
GENE R A L COM MISSION
0
y O ll W A I C I ) I N O M RltOM ANT8.
on
DKALKRS IN FLO I ill, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS ion FAIl'.llANIvri SCALES
&8 Ohio I.ETr.i!, CAIRO, ILLS.
ULOSK VINCENT.
GENERAL COMM ISSION
MERCHANTS
DEALERS X2T XiXliSllS
Cemknt, Plaster Paris,
t.D
I'll ASTER ER'S HAIR,
Corner KIkIiIIi Nlrrel ntnl Ohio l.ett
CAIRO, ILL.
Z. I). MATIIUni. K. C. UI1L
MATHUSS & VUh,
A.M CUMUtAI.
COMM ISSION MERCHANTS,
DUAL KRS IN
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
No. 01 OHIO I.KTKE,
Itttutri Jtm.th .1 .SVrfA s., .MKO.tl.L
aiigJJ d.lHt,-
WOOD HITTENHOUSE,
FLOUR
AM.
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEK,
Cairo, Illinois
I.V.M1IKIK
H. WALTERS,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
of every denerlptlun,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTb,
DOOllS, SASH, BLINDS
orders solicited.
Steam ho at Lumbeb,
Furnished on ahorlest notice.
CommorciiiUv, toTlOth and llth-sts.,
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
y7U
ItANKR.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
t'tiiirlerrtl .SInrrti ,11, I Hill.
CITY NATIOVAL MANIC, CAIRO
A. II. dAKFOHP, Prfi.lniti
B. S. TAYI.Ott, Vlce-I'r. .Ufiil I
W. IIYiJI.OP, rircrr-larr mi'l Trosmrer
nntcruxi
P. V. IICLI, CllS. (i.llillllB
f. M.hTiH.rittn, I'm. (I.Hc.iin,
U M. CeMmjHii, W, I', IUliiimi.
J. SI, Phiilii..
'rpukltnul miy Amount ItrrrltfMl Irmn
Ton ciito iimirlj,
l'Nm:UK;T rl(1 0n 'bl-o-il mill r.tcol .it
JL .areiit. per auntim, Mnrch lat nl Hft.trti.
brr Ijl. Inttre.l not wltlulrann 1. r.l.lr.l ,;,.t,.
il t-ly loiro (.rinclpal .r iliP.Ui,.it,, ,. ,.
k'hiix Iln-in efiiiiMuiul liutte.t.
MARIlIKIl WOMEN ANU CIIILUHKK MAY
IlKI'OSIT MO.VKY
1 THAT .19 0t lilt ( T,
Open nsr.y liiialnr.. .Iy finni V .m. P3 . in.
nail Hatiinl.y rvftnnx lor HAVI.Nfl PKI'iin
mi'.), from A in a o'clock.
niW'tl W. llrHLOP, Ttr.uii
IMRST NATIONAL RANK
O V It A 1 ItO.
I'AMKI, MLTIII, I'rf.l.ln.l;
KlMIKItr W. HII.I.KIt. Vk-I't...irit
0. .s. Ill:fillry, Chlr.
CO L I. EOT I ON H 1 HO M I'T L Y M A D K
IXCIIA.NOK, coin, l.nk not... anil L'nilM
U yi.l". ."curlll. toiixht and told,
lilrml Allowrd on Tlm Deposit.
"the city national
I! A I HO. I I.I. l.V O I SI.
! OAIMTAI.,
fioo.ouu
W. P. ;SLl,liAV. Pre.ida
lIK-MtT t.. HALLIPAY, Vice rr'ldeots
A. II.HAFFOKO, Chleri
WAI.TKR 1IVSL0P. Altot Chir.
riiicras.i
Sr. at. Til lo.. Mon.r I!. Ctnu,
IH..T 1.. II. i im. i, W. P. II. urn. r,
o. 1. WllLI..0, htllHI. lii.t
A. n. s.ric.r,.
V
i:rlintiK, I'olsi nnd I'ltllcd Sitalc.
Ilnml HiiiikIiI mill Hold.
DKPOSITa received, aod a neneral hanVInc
hll.lneii. don.
IIOOTN AMI NIIOIM.
.WII.LIAM EHLERS,
Fashionable
HOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
TWENTIETH STREET,
I! M ncm Wlilnxtoa avenue inJ Paplsr
CAIRO, ILL.
llonl. and Shoes Slade to Order.
Finn V.'rrkmen Kinployed.
Katifctlua Warranted.
Palronane riollcite
CITY SHO K STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
SOLt I'itSCX tO ' 'l
"BEOTjASKI'S"
custom-made
BOOTS AND SHOES
Coiuinrrrltil Aveniie, Corner of EIkIiIIs
Ntrrrl, ,
Cairo, Illinois.
FARTICULAH ATTENTION 1'AIII TO ALL OR.
DSRS FOR H00FBKIRT8 AND 11110 ES.
KKAL. KNTATKAUENT.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
AUGTIONKBS,
H (SECOND FLOOR) OBIO IXTM, j .
CAUU),
U0Y and Skm, Real Kstati,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
t 1 nrejai ConrcYnces;ef Kladt.

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