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JOHN II. OUKMr, KiJlOf nnl PuHinr.
Tntr.nAY Moi.:mo. rVInnrv 1 ,H7'j
7 A t(HntU paprrnf AtttfimUr ctjnntff tnl o ttitnn W
tptt on as tHhytH of mitre! to im ' c ,
tUKaUirtinHifrtnmitit rtrenUtio, M Bull',
tin tfUnlyiit iitriinitl ItteUtjml rtikUrf""
tnUtprinnzi tiasfafcu turn. .
Txaxs or tnr Dart Hiiiit" 1
II, rek, by carrier, ...
Oastcar by carrier, in d"nl:0"
'nt iiuntn by Mail,.
, 4 :.i
looseness of ll r'"'MS ,,ro 1lIt,,n.rt-Mcntl-ml-w
ft for 11,0 c"-v
lofmhBn Investigation." Chicago
ought M he thoroughly cleaned.
SHU. another letter from Colfax,
b which he declares lie icon't he a
candidate for the presidency and that
no Iriond of his will mention his name
hereafter in opposition to Grant. Tin?
AX entire disruption of the radical
partv in Massaehu.-etts is threatened
through the action of bar-keeper?, who
refuse to fell intoxicating beverages
to any who voted fur Governor Wash
Poon Ireland U in a condition only
a trifle lo? lamentable thau Cuba.
Disturbance, acrarian and political,
con'inue the order of the day in all
parts of the i-laud, and of outrage.
upon petoius and property there is no
... ' '
Cou Fornev ha resigned the
oSce of collector of the port of Phila
delphia in order to have time to devote
nil his energies to his newspaper and
"the energetic support of the princi
ples of the great republican party "
which means of course the work of re
nominating andrc-electiDg Gen. Grant.
Lous Xa POL eon prophesied as fol
lows fo a visitor at Chiselhurstj
recently . ' But remember well what
1 am about to say to you. If within
six month- the Due D'Auni3le be not
president of the republic and if he
should not establish the rajimc of
FjL', France will come to fetch me
and ?he will find me."
A Coi'jI.v of the pro-idem ha been
discovered in Fort Wayne, who does
nit hold any office or appointment
whatever, but the reason is that Grant
made di-honorablc proro;al.s to hirn at
the time of the ISlnck Friday " job,
whereby he the cousin wsi. to act as
the president's aent. and receive a
liberal nmpcnatiuu. fur which the
cousin repudiate, his illustrious rola
tive. Ax Ohio paper wants to know why
administration journals are so sparing
of their reports oi the New York etis
torn house frauds How can they do
otherwise? What wrong dnerpublMies
his own disgrace to the world ? It is
unreasonable to expect radical news
papers to give an account of all the
frauds going on in their household. As
well might tho public a;k them to pro
cornice the death sentence of radi
icaliitn at once.
Mns. LtVKiiMoui:, one of the shin,
logliclm of the woman suffrage- move
"ent, ha bven interviewed in Chicago.
, Liv""ro repudiates the ftce love
doctrines of Mr,. Vu,H,ii ......
Ee reason the is tolerated U Wcau'.o
tbe is ' ahlo advocate 0r siifl'rage "
Irs- I.ivtrmoro d,)t;, not approve of tho
movement which olahn- woman'., ri-ht
to vote under tho fourteenth and fif.
teentn awcnduieuts it will ner
tnntst-n.l t... a.
ay apjieaini to
Jtie way to et tho
riL'Ilt i, n 1,
Ihhc "Pinion, etc., etc. Tho cour.e
Ike won,,,, H,iTrai,hliavo taken latelv
-o pjonc opinion
from the inuvewent oiTcctuallv.
T"1: general temper and procce,V,n.,s
"'e hte d-jmoeratie conventi..., ?.r
" not meet the approval
Bit f.i. ..P .1 . .
M ; , " U mum,,u fur
on : ; f ii -
tic is.. 1. .1
beir,,. ...... . B" "WBr' '"ad of
15 " tMJt. suae, was till h.
behooves the mdicab, to be, V
. wlM.eV8 l)at
In !itifi.w..,r r..,.ll "n'ai.t
: V """ ""ucs. iiu matt..,
irom wliat noun. ii.... 1
; co, win
Baen no otuer j0m,, M ,
rAiii.iH.. at . .a - .
-v-.uj, inin eomempi am0ii(. the
widv'awako and' patriotic democracy
UhargoH ct defuleat
are uccumulatiiig. it
ll C.wll tl.nl 1... 1. . .
hat the deficit a es frow lU ,
vui....i,,uiior ot tU nami,
biucau in 18t!2. A Wiihiiiut '
Tin: rtfLLAU weekly nvLUKTis. I jjftrei, but tlio lonr of thu radicals was so
John ll. Oberly A Co. ante rciueed 'Wm , great flint the cxposo inlulit possibly be
.criijtmn pnc. tlio vekij 'rrcjifari,i r I made, that Senator Coiikling moved tlmt
XZin'Joil'. the president bo requested to return the
respondent gives tho following history
of tins' defalcation :
nrrount ticitiir unsettled1,
President Johf3n, In 18C9, urgwil Sccre-
lnrv McCu''''c" 10 nnvu iv niveau?"";"
and t'lio -uttor obtalno.1 n report tro'n "
I . - . ,,,,, SrllJIlU UUUII. HIU
president to Inform , t
matter. It ,7,,,' ll.o radical head of
f 0n,C.:,. If Dlnl revenuo, wh deeply
tlm I1MIIU ""- . 1. .... 1. I......
. I fllO " l'lk " 11011111 ,I1UVUS3 lUtll"
inr'd 'i congress. TI10 Inlorinntlon whs
h'i'iIiiWJ f"1 t,ic l,rehlcnt, und wa, It Is
11J, In "IU ,!lfu keeping of tlio comp-
imier. It was nearly trio lotirtii or
resolution totlieientttc. Four dtiys after
Jobn'on retired, nr.d Urnnt was Inntig
uriitid. Tho eburso of defulcntlon win
alloncd to dumber. Oonernl l'lon'iuiton
ov tlmt when lie was coininl!oncr. bo
ciM rresldcnt (!raiit' attention to it,
und thitt lio shrunk from the responsibil
ity of ordering nn IriTestigation. The
general is very cletlnnt nnd positive nlnrnt
it. rnu auminiitration is ofluiinyninrmeu
and will do nil it can to nvoid an invetti
cation. Tho only way to do this it to
pursue the genernl policy adopted by
Grant's most willing shrieker and agents,
.md adjourn congress at once, nnd "nvoid
all investigation ana reports.
CQX, A special dispatch from Nice re
ports that Mr. Curtain, American minister
to Russia, was enter tained at a banquet
on board the United States steamer
Shenandoah, by Commander Wells, on
KriJay lat. Salutes were fired on the r
rhal and departure of the minister. Trie
banquet was preceded by a boat raetfn the
harbor, and followed bra ball on board
theShnandoah, which was gaily decorat
ed. B5)u Bishop Spalding's death depriTes
the Catholic church of this country of one
of its most distinguished prla:.. Fol
lowing close upon the news of Bishop
McGlll's death, the blow will b sereiely
fIt throughout that church. Indeed, not
since the demise of Archbishop Hughes,
some years since, his ther occurred' ruch
an irreparable loss to the church in Amer
ica. A taoTement is oa foot in the
French assembly ttizake Thrirs prcii2ent
for life, mi reaew iht tssemWy 1y an- (
nual election. These propowtiont are rt
ported to emanate from the Itfl centra
The assraMy jaxmiatads tmacsty to all
the eommsnsits under the rant of com
missioned oScers, bo hare commiued no
offence utder tht coatauaehw.
8. Mrs. "Woods, of Millersburg, Ohio,
In her action against the liquor ndlers of
that placo for selling liquor to her hus
band, secured an award of damages ia the
sum of $1,COO in the Holmes County Com
mon Pleas, last week. It was the second
trial. At the first trial she secured an
award of damages in the sum of SSOO.
C6?"Frostilution has been very nearly
eiadicated in Fcoria. The houses are
pulled fo frequently that their male patrons
aroid them, and this falling off of custom,
together with tho heary tines which are as
sessed muke tho buiincs. to unprofitable
that the keepers arc removing to moro
C5SX- An Ohio man married Miss Snyder
moro than seventy years ago, and his
mother-in-law ha been living with him
ever since. Sho is now only 100 years
old, and gives promise of staying with
him for manv years to come.
Eij. An infant child of Hoht. AValkcr,
of Greene county, fell out of bed last Tues
day night and was frozen todcath. It
parents did not awake, and knew nothing
of the occurrence until morning.
K3T"Tho Canton Register, and Gales
burg I'rtc-Prcti, nro among tho llcpubli
can (not Kadical) papers, in Illinois which
oppose tho runotninaticn of Grant.
CS-Thlrty thousand tons of ice havo
beer, secured at Feoriu this winter.
TIIK PH0GKES3 OF THE hi HE HAL
I M l'O l'.T A N T M E ETI NO OF I) E M 0 -CKATS
. F I E h D.
TIIK 1. 1 II KK At. HKI'UllI.ICANH.
SiMtiMiriKLit, 111., Feb. 8. An Infornial
consultation was held here to-day, be
tweeii suveral otllccholders from diil'ernnt
parts of the Hate, and the republican poli
ticiiitis wlmiiro sueiiectud of. or who havo
avowed liborul sentiments. It is beliurud
mitlilng dcflnito was arrived at. but tlio
tuny of thueontVruiicu indicates that Grant
is tnucii morn disposed to make conces
sion for the purpo.u of harmonizing the
I'n.iv hi ins iiiiurosis man lioretoloro. un
mu oilier band tho libnrnl republicans
seem to b moro obstinate, and it is tlio
opinion of tho bcH informed Uiat tho stato
convention will not bo a very hnrmonlous
A meeting of dumocrnts was held horo
to-day fur tlm purpom of discussing tho
uuty of UCIllourHtk In tlm i,r...l,l,.nil,,l ,....
tfct. Sotiktor Sttirnn whk ntt1 li.iti.
tj'jncrul Mcdliirnnnil vrna n...
'I")6.?' ""d ho favored aiding tlm llbml
-iM.uni.iuM witii a v ew or OeTeat I.,,.
'"ant, and bringing about a change IV,
rniair. 1 ins touia not bo aeeoin.
liiniied by tho democrats alone, and it
jvould U a part of wisdom to accept an
licans hU,""C0 wlt1' the liberal ropub.
..uolVri'u".'cr wu".(;d nil honest men to
" "r 1,10 "vortlirow of Orai.t. who.o
;""' i"u nvorinrow of Orai.t, who.o
hri. 1,. ft -V' falr oWcllo bu
.11 If. II I I II .1.1. c . I ..I 1 I ......
orouitni to boarbvthu .ulmlnls
Mr; '"flier saw siL'tisofu bettor
iKiaZ J I1,' Suhur,
I.... I., .v I.I.V
dUgmtod m, T i.'?"V!! f .""S
ti. .."., "y ""'insuivts on
thenaont. 7 " ' llw,v " tho side of
sr... I,' "l'ti.A,10...'l"''tlu... Ho had
11, as it was to Coi.ti i 1 .1...
fI'"blicu party "
L -Mr- Hinehcl.ti'u, ()f St
I favor n' any pHn that w
...... v.iii villi... "
Olalr. was in
that would relievo iho
.110 Pk-asaiiton ldo of tlm ,0V',.r" that
Senator Buckalew, In l' l,'"?M-(litir tlm
v.r. olIVrr.,1 1. rcsolulh'" Vi S
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN; TUESDAY,
country from, the control of Grant. His
In v couM bo relied upon.
ienntoi Jtoddlck had 110 hesitation In
oiprcs'lnf his vlows. Ho was glad to co
inch an nsemblag3 of dumocrnts from all
.,flrtj 01 1110 stato coiisumng about tlio Wjj
job boforo them. It could bo accompllshod
by a united effort, and tho parly deserved
dofont if thov negloclcd to cmbraco tho
soiiiire-liold Missouri poller. Judgo Pnvis
was ins ciioii'o lor prcsmcnt, 0111 m
for tho next best liboral republican, It ho
could not havo J)avls.
.Alossrs. Webb, of Cairo, Cunningham, or
ColaS Fjilor, of -Morgan, Washburne, of
Wllltnmsnti. nnd Ulinw. nf Kdi?nr. all ei-
nrcs"ed themsolvcs in favor of actlnc with
tlio liberal republican and labor reform
party, providing tho nominations of the
latter wore indorsed bv tho Cincinnati
TUB PARK ML'RDER IN IN
WHO MUKDKHKD TIIK FAMILY?
;Fron- llir t.cui.rillr I.eiljj.r.)
The interest and excitement in relation
to the atrocious murder of the Vark family
in Clark countv, Indiana, last November,
continues unabated In that county, nnd
many very wild and improbablo tumors
are almost daily put into circulation con
cerning the horrible butchery. We fifer
reJ briefly yestcrdav to the reports cir
cutatcd implicatinc Mai ion l'ark, son and
brother of the murdered family, In tho
nfal crime. This is oa of the most
cruel of the many cruel rumors set afloat
by heartless and interested parties to, it
poss.ble, relievo tho bloody negro butchers
of their crime and manufacture political
capital for the ltadical parly in the neit
When the insinuations circulated
against him were communicated to Fark,
he was confined to his bed by illness near
Vincennes whither he had gone to seek a
location ; but he at once left his bed, re
turned to hit desolated home In Clark
county. .openly demanded an investigation
of the" charges, and has ever since re
mained there, so that the grand jury
might hare no excuse for not thoroughly
investigating them. It Is proper to say
that nut a single man can te found vto
is willing to say that he tallcrcf young
l'ark tittier directly or remotely guilty of
the crime, or in any manner cognisant of
it otherwise than is the facts wt re de
relepfd after it had occurred. Tne grand
jury arc now tilling the charges to the
boitom, and we hart no hesitation in say
ing in advance that their action will If
the trinmphtct vindication of young
Another rumor tfloat is to the effect thkt
tl,e eldest of the Turk girls, who hi
recovered from the iearful wounds
inflicted upon liar head, ftatcs that two
strangers i-taid all night ut bur father's
liouce the night of the murder. "Wc ar
informed by a geiitlumun, who lives near
tbr scene of the murdnr, and who enn
rorsod witb Miss P. tm Sunday ,theTnnrder
1 tu;ng ttic principal topic 01 conversation,
I that she Sitatod to lum thut when hbc
rtitea up m iea. just as s.ne roceivea ttic
first fatal blow Irom tbe ax, she saw two
men, one holding tbe light und the other
wielding the ax , but she cannot remem
ber to have swn their faces. The blow
rendered her iateasible, and this is abso
lutely all she knew of tie murder. Now,
this 'statement exactlr corresponds with
the statement made "by the negro John
son in his confession. He swore
before the crand jury of Clark countv that
old man Davis belli the light, and that
Squire Taylor dealt the blows with the
ax. This effectually ditposes of the story
that tho Miss Fark" had statud that two
ttiangers staid at her father's houso on the
night of the murder
Tho grind jury cf the Clark Criminal
court Is tlvw In session f and .fuOga ltunmm
ham has instructed them to investigato tho
Fark family murder, as well as tho hang
ing of tlm three nsgroe-s who committed
the murder, Tavlor, Davis and Johnson.
There is no doubt in the public mind as to
tlio guilt of tbe three wretches wbo expi
ated their crimes upon the gallows at the
hands of tho Clark county vigilance com
mittee. THE FARM.
CLOvrn ani orass lands.
If moro of our farm lands ware kept In
clover and grass than is uually the case,
wo should not only hear less frequently of
the exhaustion of "tlio soil, but should "feel
tolerably certain that, with ordinary good
funning, it was in a fair way of yielding
li rgo crops of cereals annually on a small
er extent of bind. It is the manure that
is made on a farm that constitutes the p i
tiiary sources of profit to the farmer. It
is the rapid exhaustion of farms and
plantations by tioed crop, corn, tobacco,,
etc., not only in consequence of tho im
mense amount of phosphates which thoy
extract from tho soil, but also bv reason
ot the exposure ot tlm soli Itself, 111 its
light condition to washing rains, and too
aident summer heat, whieh has thrown
out of cultivation in this i. ul other of the
older states so many fields that were once
fortile, but aro now tilled with sodgj grass,
and rugged and unsightly gullies and
ravines. Soils in our climate need to bo
kept covered in clover and grass to as
great nn extent as is consistent with good
husbandry. Thoy improve under tho
shade of clover, because this (lenso cov
ering prevents evaporation, and because
aUo tho long taproots, of this lino forago
plant penetrate deep down into tho sub
soil wlioro they rot, and furnish aliment
fjr succeeding crops.
A guod crop of clover turned in is equiv
alent, moreover, to a good dressing in
barr.ynrd manure, for it contains all the
constituents in which tho cereals delight.
Grass lands, for similar reasons, when not
too closely cropped, improve tlio soil, inas
much ns they not only prevent evapora
tion, and add vegetable matter to the un
der soil by too dteay of tliulr undor-leaves,
but they aim leiivu many ton ot vugtablu
matter to tho undersoil by their eloso net
work of lino fibrous roots when tho laud is
again brought under tho plow.
A writer In tho Carolina Farmer says:
"As 1 11111 now housing my swuul potatoes,
I will give you my notion about raising
llieui. The first thing to bo dono in or
der to raise good potatoes, as in all other
crops, is to drain thu laud thoroughly.
The better the land is drained the butter
tlio potatoes will bo to eat, tho bettor they
will viold. and the better they will keen.
Tho L.rcat secret, or luck as it is ofton
icrtneu, 111 Keeping poiauioi, u 111 Having
. . . .... 1. 1.. 1 t...-
meianaon WHICH lliey aro raiseu, ury
mauu ku l,v drill ntiif w boiiflver it is ne-
cessary. If thuy ro raised on such land
there U 110 ulukulty in keeping them."
Harness should bo wuil.i.,1 i.n.l nllod
oiico In six months alter It Is commenced
boingused. It it is nogloctcd ful- yoars
and becomes hard, it is noxt to impossible
10 uinKo iv mil mm us puuois as liarnuss
should bo to wear well and bo easy for tbo
Foil Salk. A cottago 'on llith street
containing 7 rooms, clstorn nnd out
housos complete Apply to
W. W. Thorn rou.
mroiiTKi) Malaga grapes at Jorgon
son's, corner of Twentieth street and
Waililngton avenue. tf
MOOltJI & MATI1KWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
Decorative l,nirrluuiliif, KiiImoiiiIu.
Door in tin" liislirvt ctylr ol the art, anj a
ratea tlmtilcly coniirtltlon.
sitor i.v rr.Rnv iiousk, cornkp. op 8th
TRKRT AND CMMRKCtAL AVKNUK.
rVllH AND IIIItJM.
, II. LEVY & CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
wool, rr.vriir.RM, rtc,
l'KOYl SI OXS, ETC.
Ohio Lkvee : : : : : Cairo, Ilu
narcM raoxrrtT mnrr
6. D. WILLIAMSON,
". 76 Ohio Lrr,
ilpfclfc! aUDtioc given to ronMRvmrat
COAL1 COAL! COAL!
DC QUOIN AND MOUNT CAE BON
Comraercial-ar.. Toot of Elcventh-st.
All Coal cutttaWj welched at the yird on Tntr
FULL WEIOIIT WARRANTED.
Cost dtliTcri-'l on ihe hort"t nolle la an)
jiArt ot the cl.y, either liy tl half ton, to or car
Leave order at theoflk.- on Commercial-aT.a
h fnolof Kleveoth street. norlW.f.m.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN GATRH, Proprietor.
tuOCmmercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILL1NOIR)
Best brand of California Clears Just received,
BILLIARD saloon furnished with tlm bat ot
tatlei and bur minplled with nines, liquors
auu cigarn 01 me nnem oraiiaM.
Ami Healer In Foreign and Iiomestlo
WINES, LIQUORS AND OIGAKS
97 Ohio Levee,
Iletweea Ninth and Tenth Streela,
ClKOt'KRItX AND DIIV (IOODN.
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATH AND CA1-8, KTC,
flaa Just received a heavy atooit of Boota aad
Hlioex, Honlery and Notions,
FOE SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAF
lie also has a line Block of Family Groceries ot
CORNER SIXTH-ST. AND COMMKR
DUN V All'S WONDERFUL DIS
II K T II i: Si 1) A
MINERAL SPRING WA
TER Oi Wftishrklia, AVlM'oiialti,
hen I, 'i .V " '"'"?.
?.V'"L- ,ul'Ol"aleati.Hleiull bdpply IJepot, 730.
mill nrnV.'i111' cl''8o, llllnoiH. ; All order- by
mall prnnptiy HUun.l..! to. Head for clrculaia.
-jUd ti.U,jge,t t.ure nf llriKlit'n Dlseane, Malietea
I ropny.oii uiircliona ol Kidney, lllaitder and
uniarv ornau,, h1m) Liver liuahlea. H. r. Chase,
FEBRUARY 13, 1872.
FOllWAltUING and COMMISSION
MCltcri AN T H
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
Ohio River Kssd KsmsmhIsss
70 Ohio Lsvee,
fJAIUO. 1 1,1.1 NO I
s 2. w
o 1 g
am) nrAi ia in
ElOIlTH Strekt, Bktwkk.v Wasiiinoto.v
ani Commercial avknuk.i,
Adjoliiiue ItUlfiilioiiae A- Iliuiiiy'a.
Keep the best of Heef, I'ork, Mllltnn, Veal,
Lamb, Haulage, etc., ami nr prepared lo serve
01lirf.11. In Iho moat nceeptable miner.
LOUIS J ORG ENS EN,
Dealer In all kinds or
STAPLE AND FANCY
fnrmer'a Ynral and NlablluK
Cor, WaHhington-av.'and Twentieth-Ht.
GOLD I GOLD 1 1 GOLDIII
Will force tho heard or monvtscho lo srovr
thick iiml heavy, on the ainnotlieat taee, or hair
nn tho Imldeiil head, in 21 days, or money refund,
iltd. T preparutlon has been before the pub.
lio for over taiitecn yenra, und thousands of
voluntary irstlmonUU can bo shown of in mer
its. Heni by mail, imit.panl, with direction in
full for it use, lor AO cents u packeao 1 three for
No, ili Vine slreet.lst, Lpuis, Mo.
COIMIN(ION AND I'OnWAUIHNM.
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(Sticoe.aora to K. B. Iteadrlolta Co., )
Forwarding and Commission
Mtsral Advances mp Itpon-SWto
Are prepared to receive, ,i,,r Bnl onvard
frclxhU to all point, and buy tr.il
tell on enmiiilMion,'
Wlluvlneas attenled to prompllv
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer Foreign Fruits and Nuts
No. 134 Commorciulavc,
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
MILLER & PARKER,
FORWARDING M KUCHA N TS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Onto Lktiee, CAIRO, I LLS.
STRATTON Jfc RIRD
(Succe..or toHtratton, Hadson A ClarX.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
-Agent, of American Powder Co., aad man
ageni lor coiion vam
CLOSE k VINCENT,
Ckmknt, Flastkr Farih,
I'LASTUKBll'S II A I It,
Corner I.laltl Ntrrrt nnil Ohio I.evee
CHARLES M. HOWE & CO.,
FORWARDING M ERCIIANTS.
No. VA Ohio Levee,
JOHN Ii. PIIILLIS fi SON
(taccemiora lo Jno.H. I'hlllls,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
D.Z. MATIIUM. . C. UIIL
MATIIUSS & UHL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
No. 01 01110 i.i:vi:i;,
BtiHtn Mourta Jt Sitlh St4., AIHO.tLI
Cairo. Ills., jiinniirv 27.ln7. f
I'ubllo notice ih herob) Kiven that a general
vunncr eirciiiiu will UHlieill.
UN Tnsutl. Ilia 'J.lll Livor I'mnnnr A.I)
187:, In the City ol Cairo, In the atate of Illinois,
iui 11m 'ui'uiu 111 cirkiiuj;
A Ma) or,
A City Cleik,
A City Treasurer,
A City Marshal,
A Citv Attornov.
A l'ofico Jlaiilsir.-ito tn suocted K, Iliona, Kan,
and three irvnibcia of Iho Select Council, as fof-
Ono member front the First Ward, to aucceed
One memlicr from tho Hecond Ward, lo succeed
0, It. Woodward.
Ono member irom the City at Large, to succeed
Hix membera ol tho lloatd of Aldcriiien, ai ful
To members I'tom the I'lint Ward, to succeed
i. 11 inner iiiiu wu men.
Two Member from the Second Ward, to suc
ceed W. lluder and Jlenry Winter.
onenieiiibcr liom Ihu Third Ward, lo succeid
One member from tlio Fourth Ward, (0 succeed
rJ'iZlH M"i'1.'? 'i!',,1,.',n,.n "10 ditrcrent Ward. a
folloHs . In tho HrM Ward, at the fir.t liou.e on
itrecf Waahlnjlun uicntie, lulow Kilth
In tho Hscond Ward, at tho Atoh Kiiclna '"u"0
In the laird Wind, at the Jllboiiiiun Knflno
in Iho rourllt Ward.al tho Court 'House.
I'olla will Imj opened at B a.m., and closed at 0
o'clock, p.m. liy order orthncltv council,
lauiMKid Mi J, IIOWI.KV, City I'lerk.
DOOItS, NANII, F.TCl
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEl'OT
18J TKNTH STRUT,
Dnora, Naali, Bllssda, Monlitlssgs,
T.urr Otstlrrs), (wood) Window ssad Doojt
Frame, I'loorlnc, Itlb,
NhlDcIro, Ulaird Hli, (llassd Nlds
I.lsshtu, tilssird Tratsioraa,
Nti Wrlnhta, Kaali Ptslllea ssssd Cordi,
Bllsid Fnatrsilsssra, Booflas
Fell, Ilooflntr Omessl, IMaattrlDK
rnper, Cnrpet Frit, Whlfa
Lend, I.lnaed Oil, Aracrlraa. Window
Olnaa, KukIUIi nssdFrrnch
IMate Ultik. I'ttlty, (llaxlrr'a Point
Hewrrr IMpea Pntent l'lilmsa)ri(
:., r.te., iti'e.
AO E NTH lor Rock Rivet I'sper Company's
Wheathlna Kelt and Cjuarta Cement.
II. W. John'a Improved lUoflnx always oa
V: It. MORRtS, II. It. CANUE E
Notary i'ubllc, No. Pub. and U. B. Ccts.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOOKJ
AiseU .....H,M)'.M 97
NORTH AM7.RICA, I'A
A set. 3,70,009 00
Asset - 2,M4,210 It
Assets 1,781,1(1 SC
Asset... I,US,3I 17
Al.ts... 7W,J7 0
Assets - - J1S,(I7S SS
Aeta M5,S7 S3
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIKE,
Aet 30,(Xi,(jO OU
TRAVELER', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Asset l.MO.O") OV
RAILWAY PASSENOERS ASSURANCE
Aita- KO.Ct I
IN DEFEND EXT, BOSTON,
SAFFORD, MORRIS k CANDEE,
71 Ohio Ivw,
City National Rank, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAGARA, N. T.,
Asuit II,C,31C 26
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
Assets ..l,OC,72l 71
HANOVER, N. Y.
Assets ..T2,802 O0
REPUBLIC, N. V.,
Assets .7H.M5 00
Comprising the Undernrilera' Agency.
TONKERS, N. T.,
Assat 7,4M 11
Asset? SM.1W 2J
FIREMEN'S FUND, S. F.,
Assets C7S,tV0 0
SECURITY, N. T. MARINE.
A'sets 1,432,819 Oil
STORKS, Dwellings, Furniture, Hulls and Cif.
goes, Insured at rates aa favoiable as sound,
permanent aecurlty will warrant.
I reanectlillly ask ol the cltlteos of Cairn, a
aharo ol their patronaie.
. . is sin n M.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
Have reopen ed the
OPI1I.AU JUKAT MAItKET,
Unttvceii MiilliiiinlTcutls Silreela,
and will keep constantly on hand the best meats
alaiiBhtered in thu Cairo market. Ttiey defy com.
petition. Oive them a trial. seputtf,