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.THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1872.
JUIIJI II. OHI'.lll.r, r.lllor na luihr.
Friiu y .Morn-imp, February 0, 187'-'.
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Til It DOLLAR WEKKLr llirt.I.ltTIi'.
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.erl.tion pries, of Ih. Wee! "l J .7.1 1
W published ID dinner" mm""-
Mits. L.AfiA D. TaIH, the Cnlifor
ilia murrfcres, lias been (.'ranted a new
Not a recular newspaper 1ms been
found to advocate the God in-the-con-thittion
The Hon. John Q. Ftmiuhar ha9
been appointed by Governor Baker
pecretarv of state of Indiana, in the
place of Norman C. Kddy, late ?ecre
Thi line of the Pacific
among the Rocky mountain?,
ues under the snow blockade.
been perpetual i'r .m.v wooli or more.
Altogether a journey by r.til to the
Pacific during the winter mouths i n
Mil. Ht'Liinui has been re-appointed
by the president vntupt roller of
the currency, without any competitive
examination. Why did not Grant con
form to the civil Mrvbe rules ? Portn
iscs, like pie crust, says a vulgar adage,
are made to be broken. Grant's prom
ises certainly resemble the shortest kind
of pic crust.
e nave received a circular con
taining the platform and principles of
the rcfjrm organization of Cincinnati.
They arc almost too lengthy for our
columns, but are such as evory honest
and patriotic citizen of the country
can endorse. J he spread of such sen
timonts among the people, ami adhcr
ence to them, when office-holders, great
and small, are to bo chosen, would
soon cause a change in national, .state
and local politics throughout die
- - .
A Uaki'ET-hao congressman fron'fl
Mississippi, has capped tho climax of
the ridiculous by a bill which ho mi'o'
mitteJ to congress a day or two ago.
" It providc3 that the government shall
' appropriate two hundred millions for
' the settlement of tho public lauds and
' the education of thu people out of this
' fund. Any landle?s citizen who dc-
' sires to settle on the public lands is
' to be furnished free transportation
'thereto and tho following articles
' Fifty dollars' worth of building mate
rial, oue plow, one tucK-ax, one
' shovel, aue ax. one hatchet, one
'hundred pounds of assorted cut nails,
' four hundred pounds of Hour, fifty
' pounds of bacon, ten pounds of coffee,
one hundred pounds of corn meal,
' same of suit, fifteen bushels of seed
' potatoes, one dollar's worth of assorted
' garden seed. The fund for this ap
' propriation, which is intended for tho
' colored people of the south, is to be
' derivod from an equitable assessment
'ofthepoople of the Tniccd States,
' but after a period of five years tho
' land owners are to commeco to pay
' back ten per centum a vear on the
' amount thus loaned. They are pro
' hibitid from lining intoxicating
liquors while occupying these land.-."
This benefactor of the colored poo
pie should hive gono a step further
and mentioned n dress suit apiece for
the mnlos and a silk dress and set of
jewelry for the 'enules. ' Uncle Sam
is rich enough " for this or any other
extravagance tbe radicals wish to
Vice-president Colfax has again de
fined his position. A sin 'ular v,.i
iple of-other great statesmen of
past agts and a few even of tho pres
ent, " in the quiet and peaceful avoca
tions of private life, find rest and en
joyracnt," etc. Hut, singularly enough,
ho is always prominently before the
public his name adorns the columns
of tho newspapers nt remarkably thort
intervals. A few days ago ho explained
liiB position again, this time exactly
as a Washington letter to the Chicago
Tribune informs the public :
He did fully expect his oflluial life to
clo with thu present term, and his luttur
minouimiriK Umt was written in entire
good fault. Upon hi. ruturn to Wunhln--ton,
at th opiiiiin of this feixalon, manv
rcpuQlicntrom l0Ut, nj -e,t wo;t
tphlm r.ndli.rt,lw tlttt (U ,,rt.0
that If his namo ,ro a,,ain pre,onted at
tho noxt convention il0 ihould not object
to its use, and thut li UI U(;0lmiIi j,n,,or.
tant hv in iny prou.l.,tIll 11)efl , 'tl0
party that there should b tlJ uImn . lf)
tho t.cl-et. ''' such uni(!uU Mr
Colfax nqillod that hu win first fl)r tlu rc.
nomination of Gen. Grant, knowing us
La did how ,-inJustly erltlcUed ih rr,.
seems to pursue thi, umi. He ardeutlv ," V? I'1' "?" .. ,mr taT' "
, . ' .. . . b interred that thu smui'gllne; was
desires to escape trom thu turbulent 'Uci.slve s .lo.so laid his claims at
sea of national politics, to retire to the until Wo1 uit' ufU'r ,ln"inK Ur"
bosom of his family, and, following the J"t at the JX-
example of- other creat statesmen of t0 tr,l' Hit nrosldential cam.
d-tit Jinil liecn. nnd liow fnillifol nndnntrl
title his administration had been. As for
I inuolf, ho couM not risk n re-nomlnn-lnn,
or hip nny effort to obtain it, no1.
Mitoirotiii" ""y or Uiojo who wcro '
(..tln lt but If it wns thought l''
M.IIMiniO IIIO flltl UtlKUL 11
ii.ditlonl duty not to doellnr-. Tft
i',.ir..x, exiil'l poiitlmi nnJo";' 'V
Ms tiersomil frlfiid.. '
, uti. " w ?Me Dr-J ;
Tr.'.TL ..f Si" I'mncUeo, brought ngalnst
l.ilirn J'. ' "" oerviti-s uui iiij;
r ir '"r I'i'irdcr, amount to $3,04W,
(i J tlio doctor li now proiccuting her for
Urn rMViiient of tbe bill. III! speciflcn-
timii lire as follow : "Laura 1). Fair to
J. II. Tnuk, Dr. For visits nnd unusual
dvlontloti Hiid meillcil ndvlco for 00 dnyp,
citiniMf noing December 20, 1870, an l end
ing Mandi 1!?, 1871, at $16 per dy, $1,310.
Fi.r cotutaiit nnd unusual nttcntlon both
(Iiit Binl night during her trial, wherein
ih. wu charged with murder, commencing
March 17, 1871, nnd ending April 50,1871,
20 .ly mid n'ghti, at $60 per day, $1,450.
For visits Hiid unusual detention for each
nnd every day from April 20, 1872, to May
14, 1371, lGdiiyi, at $16 per day, 5240.
Tct il, $3,010.
IxiT Charles Ilildebrund, the molt noted
outlaw that has afflicted Missouri nnd
KutiMS, since Qirir.trelt, was captured at
Hancock station on Friday, the 2Gth ult.,
nnd hanged during tho following night by
n mob. Hu wns known by n il.ir.cn differ
ont iiMiinr", an I 'v..s tho leader of a gnng
of horso-tliiovi1 Jand ilypctiMluC'.
- - - - -
Ka5(i. I'. liiwi", clerk in tho Jlojton
)ot-olllco N di'I'aultur to thu amount of
$30,000. Hu Ion turned oTur to tuo post
master property to the amount of $14,000.
Sixty unopened letters wuro fout'd upon
blm. His salary was $000 u year.
B.l'rinc Frederick Grnnt, according
to tho correspondents, is enjoying himself
highly In Europe. At Madrid, he "camo
In for h largo share of attention, and
charmed everybody by the case of his
mnnner, and his unprctondlng address."
6"A Cincinnati woman, whose curl
oslty led her to peep Into a small-pox pest
house, caught thu dUeaw, and wns so badly
disfigured that her lover broke olftlielr uii
gagement, and she bin since died of grief.
BQiUoorgfl Francis Train has ottered
Judge Josiah Swiiin.of WlnchcstcrTonn.,
the Vice Presidency of tbe United State
or the next thing to it to place his name
on the Train ticket as candidate for Vice,
cnIlob. Ingcrsoll, tho great l'ooria
statesman, commenced his recent speech
at thu Fairbury Tom Paine celebration
withi "An hoinst OuJ Its tho noblest work
BgUHret. Ilarte wishes now for his pop
ularity's yukc, that ho had remained in
California. Ills genius forsook tho l'acillc
only to le drowned in thu Attantie.
TACTS I'OR HISTORY.
A CII.U'I KU. IN
TIIK l.ll'K OK
(Knuii lliu I.oiiIm Ii ti cVii'lcr-JoHrim',)
In 187U, Gun. Grant's father entered in
to u formal r.irlnurhtii with fully res
pouslhlu llubruw llrm in Cincinnati for
smuggling cotton t .rough the lines. The
MneU wens men oi liirgu resources and
Ihu cotton Miiuggling huiiiics wit- no', on
ly oxtrumoh ifiurdaH ordinarily, but
immcmely uxiiuiiaivc, for c ittoli was
then worth fifty to xix'iy eunts per pound.
Jesso K.Grniit was 1 1 leooive one-fourth of
thu cntliu protlts. Now, it is not
usual for wealthy Israelites to for in
businos associations with lieuniless (!en-
tiles, especially if old age and decrqii
tudo unfit tho latter for personal participa
tion in the liUMiKs". What was tliu in
duccmenl, llien ' Why .lesfO It. was thu
father of " my miii Lyssis,"' wlioiu army
then lay nt tho ubjuclivu point in thoir
field of operations. Hut did Gonural
. ... i. . .i .. ...
uniiu uisjn ro tins ii'OTumani l.el us
see. Iho subject was llrst broached bv
Grant, Sr.; and hu mu.t necessarily have
oecn acung unuur special nulliority trom
his son j or, still wors, must lmvu'lciiown
ins low, aim koruiu nalurn so well as to
Justify him in coiiiuminatln'r
tbu trado on general principle
io, it wtjiurlr. IIih old lellow went
down to Uen. Grant s headipiarti-rs early
in ISC3, mill, with other rupreeutative of
tho smuggling llrm, gathered up a quanti
ty of cotton, and returned to sull it. Th s
was tliu liecinniiiK ol a iorles of raids
made upon southern cotton by those cntur-
prising ioiiows, cxtonding tiirough n con
slUurablo jiuriod ntul various sections 0f
tuo country. Now, thu agreement wa
that the cotton should Lu hotiLht in I,'. S
Grant's .Military; Djjmrtinunt, and thut tliu
jiutHj wen: 10 lunnni uu inu money, and
pay for tho insulation of Jean s3 per
cent, of thu proti-s. I noi thu inferoncu
The venerable idler soon found
a practical proof that "iho lest
laid schemes of mieu and mat. gang aft
ngleu"; for after the cotton had been
bought under thu nroiuction of his ion'j
sword, and aflcr rjinoviiiL' it to a nlacu of
safety byifoverimeiit tr.uisDortatlon. Im
avers, hi pirtnur- rel'ii'cci to pav fifm a
cent in thu way of profits. S.t .le'sso mius
thu Cincinnati Jew, and l,'lynes issues a
genrnl ordur banUhing every Hubrww
from his department! Then: thing urn
miners of nlstcry, and will no doubt bo
tm!i"n pruniuuiiuai cam
Judge Hellamv Siutar .i
judge of tho superior
and a decided ropi.b lwu.i, ,V "
nounclng a deeiimn in thl, u. o'n?"
whole of thu tradu w.i. not onlv a.
ful, but tends dlrctly to dUgra?,ra:
country. It is tl,t , ,.-t nf Lln,i ;.'."
grounds of this enereiiu Judicial declnta.
tiou are not hard to ducorer. Tho trudu
could have been ullieieullv lirillllnli.il In.
U. S- Grant so u to furnish uu honest uirt
yro yiio for his futhur'. pur centage of tli'j
profits only in two ways. The flr.t in
volved the "giving aid and comfort"
to the enemies of his govern
ment by astiiiting to exchange their
confiscable property for gold. Tlio neeond
involved a lulonlous convulsion of govcrn
meit teiurcB, or n teluaso from seizure on
condition of belling to In. confodorfttcs.
I he tribunal of .oldlurlv honor, or of na-
" iiurnaiioriai w. Would lavo
conuuuitiud either eriniliiul h, nrlvnto
citl t i, nnd truuminihlo in in ollltsur : nml
it was "the price of blood," boenin, Umt '
to tho oxtei.t to whicli the trulliu relieved
or bencflttoJ thoio sshom ho nml liU jov
ernnient culled "rebels," jirotunto It neu
trulizo'J nml iiegiitlvid tliu struuijles -ind
liarcLhlis of tils own iirmy and Ids wliole
noile. And the futher priced tho dis
lionor of Ills son iiii jfitcil roiuiil mm
THK HKM.IOHUBNT A'lTITUDU OF
FRIENDLY l'HOTKST AGAINST
THE A.MEIIIOAN CliAlMS
FISllOK ATTACK UPON THE
TKEATY JJY M It. DISltAELI.
WHAT IS SAID IN AVASH1NOTON
OFFICIAL CHICLES AIIOUT
THE MATTE II.
Til K OI'EMSn OK I'AULIMK.NT.
Lo.vdo.v. Fob. 0 At thu opening session
of tho Imperial parliuieut to-day tho atten
dance of members was unusually full,
while tho customary crowd of spectators
was to be seen in thu galleries and upon
tho Doors of Iho house of lords. The
speech was rend by Lord Chancclor Hath
erly. That nortion of Iho Oueen s speech re
ferring to the treaty ol Wnstilngton is as
The arbitrators appointed pursuant to
tho trealv of Washington for tho purpose
of amicably settling the Alabama claims,
held their tirst meeting in Geneva, liases
were laid before the arbitralors on behalf
of each purly t i the treaty. In tho case
so submitted' by the United States, large
claims are Included, which are understood
on my part not to bo within the province
of tho arbitrators. On this suhj"ct I have
caused u friendly communication Ui he
made to tlio government of the United
States. Tliu emperor of Germany has un
dertaken tonrbitrato on the San Juan wa
tpr liiitmdnrv. and the ciscsofthu two
governments have been preented to his
imperial majesty. Tho commission to sit
at Washington has been appointed and is
in session. The provisions oi me treaty
which require thu consent of tho parlia
ment of tho Dominion of Canada awaits lis
TJiere was n full attendance of members
at thu ussemblvof tho house of commons
to-dav. After tho bod v had returueJ from
tho houso of lords, the usual bill for thu
abolition of the gsmo laws, university
tests, excite, etc., wcro presented.
Ur. uonalil lJairimpic, mourner lor nam,
introduced a resolution looking to the
amelioration of the condition of Iuebriutcs.
Frcdorick A. Millbank, momber for
North Itidlnir, of Yorkshire, gave notice
of his intention to offer n resolution asking
Sir Charles Dilko if he adheres to the sen
timents expressed in his speeches deliv
ered at Newcastle and oincr places ouring
the recess of narliamcnt.
Mr. bisrauil then called the attention of
tho house to the uarairraiih of thu royal
speech In reference to' the arbitration of
the Alabama claims. He animadverted
at somo length upon tho treaty of "Wash
ington, lor the faults or which ho blamed
tlio forelcn secretary, EirlGranvilli", and
Premier Gladstone. In view of tho de
velopments which had been mude by thu
assembly of arbitrators of Geneva, Disraoli
wanted to know why thu government was
exultant ovor ihu idillcation it had given
to parliament on the subject. Thu royal
sncccli was sieunllv umntisfactorv. mid
showed, in his opinion that the irovcrnmciit
still lacked a proper appreciation of the
gravity of thu question at issuu between
England uud ihu United States. Thu
American claims weru greater than lho$u I
which would follow n total conquest.
They were preposterous and unpractical,
and, if admitted, Would ho fatal to tliu
1 lower and honor of England. ' Yet, said
Israelii, sneeringlv, " the whole subject is
disposed of In ono brlof paragraph of tho
.ur. uiivlAoiie followed, in reply. Uu
laid that thu treaty of Washington itself
shows that England Is ruady to inuko
every coucciMou, short of national honor
to us'lnblMi friendly relations with Amer
ica, and to sot an example to bu followed
hunceforth. "Thu government' said the
premier, "is ready to explain everything
in connection with tlio treaty, hut 'it will
not admit that it has unwittingly madu u
mistake." The paragraph in tliu speech
is tho only fair and unuiistakiillu inter
pretation of thu treaty. Ho could, if du
nired, rofur to the preposterous character
of the American demands, which, of it
self, proved their absurdity, fortliuy weru
such ai no people in tlio la't extremity of
war or in tlio lowest depths of national
misfortunos, with tho spirit of tliu pcoplo
of England in tlndr hearts, would over
submit to. (.'hours. Mr. Glad-tone con
cluded by saying the government would
maintain thu nosition it hail taken firmly,
though in a friendly manner.
mKvS AN'P OTIIKR Ol'I.VIO.VS.
At thu banquet of tho liberals, at Lam
beth, last night, William MuArthur, M.
P., inn speech referred to tlio Alabama
claims, and said hu scorned tlio claims of
tho United StatiM government for indirect
There is no doubtthat an abstract of the
queen's spoech, published in thu I'titl
Mull (lauttt, was a hoax.
Tlio Times reprints, without a word of
explanation or comment, the report of
tho queen s speech p iblislied in tliu I'.itl
Tho Morning Adcerti$tr alsoccpies this
opcech, and adds: "Tho foregoing is a
clear anticipation. In America it will
creatn a powerful impression, which will
onlv ho mitigated when the speech, a- ac
tually delivered, is published.''
It Is reported that the A murium govern
ment lias ordered a largo number of sea
torpedoes of English iiiauuf.tr'.urors.
Tho Times this morning preserves the
tonu of moderation which it a-Mimed Yes
terday, on the subject of t In American
claims. It deprecates tho intempuralo de
nunciations of thu trealv, ami hopes it
will luud to no hasty ncl'mi. Tho pres
ent duty of English "liiii-sii,., U to say or
do nothing likely to prcj ulieu any at
tempt to remove thomisun 1 -nt Hiding.
Thu D-iili) Telegraph r.moiineri. tho
claim for Indirect dmiiigi' uidefeiuibif,
inadmissible and bisclcis. h regrets any
hesitation on tliu pail ostln Loudon pro.s
to otigmatizo ihe.-o deni it K an 1 1 ley de
serve. Thu Intention of England cannot
bu too strongly iimptoed on thu United
States. Tliu Ttlenarnh fei! convicted
that tho Auiuricaii governun nt will with
draw its extraordinary demand.
Nkw Youk, Feb. 0. A special London
dispatch says: "Tho Times yesterday uses
tho following language s 'Thu treaty at
"Washington has bocomo Inoperative.' for
I tho ruasou that it is not based on a per-
feet midertandlng between tho signatory
riie. it i, wiin ino utmost reluctance
l int wululI,pBl0 to a possibility that
ino referee ut ,1, question to the nrblt
" U0Ul come to nothing, and that
'l ! Z 1 nothing of the expect-
.0 case V'hV MMrul Isstie of
vJ, ,,lUfBetory answer from
clnlm lor imllreet dmnu
........ ,h..,, Wiuui 1I0 Alnr non
ei,,.ei. -nn. ...u.,n1rrr,,r;,j 7'j
will ih... i.n ,i,.iin..i ,',M.. which
V.: . " .' vv,lu"IIBIl Uotwni.i,
us nnd ho United Slates, can lmvo Z
piel but the tiliniidoiiineiit of tho referener.
f'oi iirliltnitioii,' U)
WHAT IS MAI I) AMI TAOUIIIU
I Mil ON.
-N:v oi!K, te. li A WnshliiKton
dispnteli says that udvkv from .Ministor
Sclincck floiillrin tliHutiiteiiient that the nt
tuok on the Wnsliiugtoii treaty wure in
stTi;iit(!cl by tho (ilmlstono Rovorniiient to
oll'stt the iitlneks of the lories, to tlio uf
li'ft tint KncUnil wn nvcrroHi'hfd in Hie
Alabama ncgotlntlnns. Another view In
dljntcdby -Mr. Schonck In that English
nurry Is all gotten up to prejudice the ar
bitrators ngnlnst tho American case.
Tlicrn havo been rumors In circulation
In Washington that tho English pr ha
been made the vehicle of a stock-jobbing
nitorprlsc Secretary Iloulwell rays iho
wholo thing Is a Job, "
Tho president stated yesterday that tho
demand of the English goierninent, that
the confederate lonn bo considered ns a
proper claim, conflicts with the enntiln
lion. 'J'ho suggestion jvliicli the president
bad heard would bo acceptnblu wero
England to withdraw. The claim of con
sequential damage was one which had
been submitted to tho Joint high comnil.
slon, at which time the American govern
ment Indicated Its willingness o accept n
gross sum in lieu of such demands, but
the proposition was rejected.
KUIIMO BBNTIMKNT IX WASH : NHTOX.
Wasiiinoic.v, Fub. 0. There has been
tho greatest excitement huv to-day
In nil quarters to learn the
tenor ot tho queen's speech on
the extraordinary demand madu by tho
American counselors for consequential
damages In tho Alabauia;Jclalins matter
now before tho Geneva ennlerelice, but It
was not satisfied until to-night, when thu
document in which tlio point is boldly
made that tho English government did
not understand that constructive dam
ages wore to bo considered by tho arbitra
tors, and that a friendly mesiugo hud been
sent by the government of the United
States on that subject. This olllclal con
flrnistinn of the excited statements of tho
London pres bus naturally caused n in
metidous flutter here. Thu administration
was not nreliarcd to expect any such new,
for thu discussions' in the cabinet to-da
over tho newspaper telegrams Indicate!
that no ono believed that any olilcial cor
respondence would result. '1 ho general
opinion is to the effect that neither thu ad-
ministration nor tne senate nisi spring
were cf tlio opinion that the treaty cov
ered constructive damages, nnd the d
mand that is made so specific for tln-tn.
as nindo In tin American case, elicits se
vere comment. Tho message to
which tho queen alludes lia not
been received by the stnto depaitmcnt.
to-day" discussed in an informal milliner
the recent reports from England with ref
erence to tho treaty of Washington.
there was unanlmitv of suntimcnt to ad-
hero to tho sentimonts of the government
in relation to thcso-cnlled Alabama claims.
At that timo the reference to tho subject
in the queen's spcoch was not known.
There was throughout the dav manv in
quiries in all circles ns to the tono of thu
speech toward tho united male and gen
eral satisfaction was cxp.cssed when it w.s
ascertained to bo friendly. There is no dis
position, howevor, in any quarter to con
sent to a modfiicatiou of the position our
government has takon.
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STulti:, Ilxrllincs, Kiirnitiito, Mulls nnd Car
kopk. itiHiirt-.l hi rnt.'H 11 fitwjuiMi, ii. kound,
iM-rinniii'iil n-onrliy villi wnrrnnt.
1 tl'S-l.'llllliy kk oi inu cituons oi u.tito,
hare ol ttudr latroiiacc
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JOII.N JA'H'.N, lruirlrlur.
liiOC'inmerciul Atenu?, CAIItO, II.LINOIHJ
Hi-st limml of California. Clj!HriJut tfCfiteJ,
rjlI.I.IAItl) nalonn fnrnittis-.l vilh (In- bist ol
XJ iHlilrtt; nnd bur cuiiplird Hitli ulnps, llquora
um uimi. ui inr uraniis.
And lpnler In rortlun nnd Iioinostle
WJNES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
97 Ohio Levee,
lli-tweeu Mnlh and Tenth fclrfclt,
13 Ohio I.rvrc, sirnr Slonc Ilvfiol
Fiesh Slicll Oybterfi Received Dail
Krp. uIwaim on nnnd Bnlllianrf nn I Jloh;
Jyalcia, viliicli It m lll-t.o jjlud lo mru lo liiona.
oiniTH in Hu. hIiv. ilwjlt
COAL! COAL I COAL I
1'tAI.I R IN
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT UARI10N
Conuiieieial-av., Foot of Klcvcntli-M.
All Co.il ciirifally uclxlied M tho yuid on 1'ior
1'ULI. WKKIUT WARIlANTKO.
Cnil ililivctnl on sties olioflest nolloi' in tiny
imit id Ihu cii), either by tln Imlf ton, tun or car
Leave order at thooll'o on Cominriclal.av.a
li footof Kleventh street. noiliid r.m,
!OMMISStlN APfn FllltWAUDtifU.
.1. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(HitcoensoM lo I'., II, lfnndik'ks 1 Co., )
ForwiiriTnijj and Coimnis&iou
Ato itentl lo rterite, i.iti m.i orosr.l
frcllils to all points ui. I l.ujr ilO
ITllusluens ntlcuilcil lu tonnipllr
II. M. IIULKN,
Ami Dealer Foreign 1'ruits nml Nuts,
No. 131 Coinincroiul-avc,
CHAHLKS M. HOWK& ('0 " "
G ENE HA Is COMMISSI O N
FOKWAH di nu m khci I ants.
No. 01 Ohio Leveo,
CAIUD, 1 LL1NUIS
JOHN IS. I'UILLI.S ASON
(Sncctiior lo Jni It. I'lnllis.i
FOUWAHDI NG M EltCH ANTS,
DKALKItS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.
con. TENT1I-ST. a M OHIO LEVEE
STHATTON k MUD
(huctrssors toSltalton, lludnor, X Clttl.)
COMMISSION M KU CHANTS,
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
OT"Al!',i'l" of Ainetiran I'ouUfr Co., ai.d utsn
ncnls lot cctton latn
M I LLI'.IV & PARK ICR,
F 0 1 1 W A I : D I N G i I E 1 . C H A N TS,
III! I .Hits' IV li I. MIT II f'MIIV
Oats, I lay, etc.
AGENTS kok FAIKHANK'S SCALES
58 Ohio Lk vkk, CAIKO, ILLS.
CLO.SK k VINCENT,
Ckmkxt, I'lastkr Paris,
Coriirr lllulilli Mlreol unit Ohio l.rsrf
Z. n. MATllUhS.
r. c. uriL
INIATIIUSS & UJIL,
FOEW ABDI 2STG-
C o m m i s s i o n Merchants,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
. oi omo i.i.vki:,
HeUttn fourth ,t Krth Stt.,
General Commission Merchant
1H3 OHIO LEVEE,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol every deacrljitlon,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR TOSTis,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Steamboat L u m b e k,
Fumlsliad on ehorteat notice.
Cominercial-nv, lot. 10th and llth-sts.,
nOURH. NANlf, KTCt
W. W. THORNTON'S,
IUIILIK1S' SUl'l'LY DEl'OT
13J TKN1 II STRKKT,
llr, HutU, IlllndN, Mniililliik'",
i'M c Sin I lcr, (ssnmll Wlmlusv mill Don,
I'rntiirN, rinorliiK, l.lh,
NliliiRlns, Slliixrst Nash, Ulna-sl Mltlr
I.IkIiIh, (llrlrcsl 'rrnnsoiiK,
Ninth Wrights', Nnsli I'lllllns nml S'oi-.N.
Illlnil I'hhIi-iiIiibn, Itoollnic
'r II, Itiiolluc S's-mrHt, I'laktrrlliK
liitrr, S'lirprl lll, White
l.niil, I.liikrsl SHI, AtiK-rlrnii WIikIom
SIIhhk, I'.iiuIImIi Hiitlt'rrnch
rinlo IJInit, I'lillj, Sllrirlrr'n I'siliiU
Ns-tvrr l'ltrN I'nlt'iit I'hlimiry ,
AIIK.NTS fur Itoek Kith !'.rr Cir.iiy '-Wlia-Atlnriif
Kelt mid SJnurts Crinent.
II. V. John's Iruiirnvtd Itoofinjl nlttajrt uu
I, O U IS J O R G K N S E N ,
livalrt lr. all kindr of
STAl'LE AND FANCY
I'nnurr'a Vanl nml HtnbliiiK
Cor. Waliiiigton-av.'atul Twentictli-nt.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEHLER & RROT1IER
ItslH tl .t'll
I'DSM i.Ait .sii:at .MAitmrr,
llrlws ii Mil Hi nml 'I est Hi S'ts
ar.il lll krr constantly on Lan4 the ten minis
-lntiictits-rs.il hi tlir Calto tnatkrt. Tliey il'fy com
t'Hltlon. fine tliMn a trial. n-.tzlll.
THE TRIUMPH INSURANCE (O
follcils all kinds of risks.
CK-iiTIJ Agnl, Cairo. t.
S AM"W I Is S O N ,
j BOAT BTOE3S J
PROVISIONS, K T C.
Ohio Lkvkk :::':: Cairo, III
onu as raoMrtLr rriittiA
gTdTw illiam sou'.
COM M ISSION M KUCHA N T,
Jio. 78 OliloI.es re,
CAIRO, I 1. 1. I N C 1 8.
rS'tL'UI utlciitiou Kiven lo corminnirnla
ItKAL. IWTATi: AUENT.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
H (UKCONII VLOOR) OHIO LIVKE,
Buv and Sell Rrai. Kstatj,
. PAY TAXES,
FURNISH AIJSTKACT.S OF TITLE
Ai I prerans Conveyanoeaof Klodf. '