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f M 10 'A I H( DAILY mTU,FT? N, WEDNESDAY, FEU VARY 21, 1872.
Til VI BrLLKTIN.
JOHN It. OltKLLr, Editor and I'uMiawtr.
"WniNtsDAY Mobnino, February 21, 1872
'Ihl t'ffietatfnptrof A!unti.Ur awnfy irul ot
Ouro, (ht onlviMrntng itnlttntiouthern
Mdmli Cvifiml; tmnll, ht fri'i"'- .. .
,lm tm 4 ,l,jKlt of MtrtJ h ft,
wUknlnttinnllrrtnn(l rirrwWiy" '"fj. ',
itftrpt Uintf bustmtx mm.
Ttaas or tn Vi"' Br"""'
i wtrk, by ctf'
Oil year hj rr'r " -
ma Iiiimh n '
U t monlli'i -
Wjo year, "
Tiir. doli.aii wkkklt vitTjS.
John II. OIrly Co. !!. ln "'
nerBilhlished tnSiuih.Tn (ill"""-
Several duds ',avc l)CC" on tbc ta"
pis in New Orlcam for Home time.
Capt. fr'cotl.who testified before the con
gressional committee at New Orleans,
lias challenged Senator Campbell, and
been challenged by Lucian Adams. The
first fight is to be with double-barreled
shot-guns, and No. 'J with swords.
Police Superintendent Hadgcr and Car
ter have already shot at each other and
missed, and now can enjoy the plcas
uro of witnessing the other? and fully
enter into the spirit and feelings of the
Wk I'UHI.ISII in another column the
letters of William K. Stokes, of Ten
nessee, late congressman from that state,
in which letters the guilt of the crime
of defrauding the national government
of a large amount of money, is proved
beyond a doubt. Stokes is a native
Tcnncssoan, who, occupying a high and
honorable position, enjoyed the respect
and esteem of his fellow-citizens. Hut
temptation assailed him and he fell.
He is another example of the influence
of radicalism on public men, Kxpcri
ence has shown almost conclusively
that radicalism and honesty are incom
patible in official life.
Secretary Roiieso.v is as lucky in
the way of getting presents as the presi
dent. A late dispatch from New York
says: "Secretary Robeson recently
'visited Camden, N. J., and was made
'the recipient of a thousand dollar set
'of jewelry and a costly span of horses
by Ben. Starr, of the wealthy iron firm
'of J. Vi'. Starr & Sons, who once had
'contracts from Boss Tweed for irou
'pipes for the Tweed boulevards.
'Since the introduction of Tow.-cnd'x
'bill for '.10 iron-clad sloops of-wr, in-
'volving many unWtona of the national
'wealth, these presents from tho Can-
'ada iron firm to the secretary of the
'navy have been the subject of comment
'It has just leaked out that K. (J. C'at
'tcll, Philadelphia navy contractor, ro
'contly paid S-.000 to repair one of
'Robeson's brick houses in Camden."
Probablj all these tiling are gtvuu
on account of pure per.-onal friendship
for the secretary of the navy. But if
Itobeson were in private life, and in no
way competent to benefit the givers,
would he be the recipient of such hand
some favors? Common sense answers
CSS" An insurrection is expected in
Hayti afier tho cotlVo has been gutliercd
in. Tho crop is represented to bu good
C0L.The nuMonul inventors' nssociutlon
at Clcvelund, Ohio, closod it socond un-
nuai oxiiimtion i nursiav. i iiuuoxl un-
nuul axlilbitlon will bo held In Ciiieliinuti.
BUnderwriters in London aro taking
war risks on American vessels in tho Mun
ila trade, in conserjiionc of tho apprehen
sions raised by the Alabama eluims dis
pute. BL.Tho treasurer of Ontario reports
that the revenues of tho province lutt year
were $2,333,179, mid tho expeiidlturos,"l,
, The Ontario loglslaturo lmvo voted
to adopt tho rules of tho English Emigra
tion Society us a part of tho colonial im
W5Tlie Diamond Flouring Mill, nt
Youngstown, Ohio.owned by N'old, llrown,
w , uurnim rrwav morr.ing. Loss,
846,000; insurance, ?io,ort, mostly i
tarsncueatliofex-Senator (irimei, of
Iowa, !,, cnlk.j forth a very general .
prelou of .ympally thr..u2l,out tho
Northwest. Many of the papers publish
smloglttlc bloaraphie, 0f tho lato Senator.
WThe Chicago Grand .Jury Un in.
dieted Alderman George Powell for agree.
Ing to receive u bribe from .lame. Dun-
"V uilberl iV lUrker Man
ufacturlni! Comnut,.. r u.i...i, . ,
r..v w. .jj.i iuiimk Jiati.
t-A fire l ,.Deu v, t
ua, .ufing acstroyed tho dwelling
homo of George It. ai.,..i i .h
-O ' - WUVl Uim (HO Qfy
goom sioro oi o. u. uiiaie Co. : 1,,.,.
for f 2,060 in the Providence Mutual I-
6yIn thorecont budget presented I.
uniario legislature Is an oiler of a re
Ward .,f ir. niln r... . ...
v. vuuu .ur ... u nrrpMi n fin. ......
drer of Mr. Scott, and $80,000 to promote
i.tZblCl" 1,llll"Benc-" 311,. Alice
A now stylo of colorcO iiit i ,
mbroldorodin two or thrJt,''; 8'
MM color, In fancy design, of vi,,,
rtWd patterns. n
Demorest Magazine, for March,
come, if ll ttos trom 11,0 fountain-head
0f fi!on. Its publUhors seem to bo never
-line In tholr efforts to mako It tho model
mugazlnn of America, nnJ havo nl.vnt
lr.ln.v1 thMr point. Notwithstanding
many attraction- tn Uio warmim.
making It .-rtl. dm.bV the subscription
price, they arc now offering the beautiful
oil cl.rn.no, "Is.it She Pretty," worth $8
or"TlJO Pel's Lesson," a new and beau
llfuloll cl.romo, also worth 58 to every
vrr)v subscriber, at $3, giving fn in
value for $3 In cah.
Address AV. J knninos Demorkst,
838 Uroadwny, N. V.
J. V. Dk Forest conlrlbutcj to tlio
Murcli Galaxy n tkclch of "Tho Colorod
Member, ' in which he introduces u to
some of the humors of politic and leglda-
lion Bt the South undor tho operation of
tbo Fifteenth Amendment. Major Da or
eil commanded an army post at tho South
after tho war had closed and reconstruction
boirun. and his sketch Is evidently tho re
sult of a pcrsonaljstud y of tho comical side
of thu character of tho cmancipat'-u.
In this number of the Galaxy wo hav
also a second paper on Tyler's Administra
tion, in which wo nro treated to a variety
of personal anecdotes of the great men of
tho past generation, as well as oi some
like General Schcnck and Andrew John-
ion of tlio present day. Edward Crapscy
conttntios his Instructive pictures of the
"Nether Sido of Now York, " with n des
cription of tho Pauperism and tho Public
Charities of tho Metropolis. General
Outer gives us another chapter from his
Lift on tho Plains; " and tho atithoross
of "Fifteen "Years a bhakcrcss" a further
account of her experiences at Now Leba-
In the department of Action Anthony
Trollopo's story of "Tho Eustaco Dia
monds " reaches tho 30th chapter, and wo
have a short story from Frank Loo llcno
diet. Tho pootry of tho numbor is contribu
ted by Ornce Appleton, Nora Perry, and
lliiyard Taylor, whose poom entitled tho
"Accolnde" has, wo hear it hinted, u histo
ry similar to that of Colerldgo's famous
"Khubla JCIian." Tho backbono of tbo
March Galaxy is an article on the Now
York system of jurisprudence, by Ex-At-torney-Goncral
Jorciuiah Black, who is al
ways singularly vigorous and rcadablo in
style, whutover may bo thought of his
opinions. A minor article Introduces ua
to Miss Nllsson "Behind tho scones" at
ho Now York Academy of Music; and
we have, Anally, tho usual Galaxy depart
ments Driftwood, ScicntiAc Miscellany,
Club-room, Literature and Nebula.-.
BQiTho clerk recently arrested in the
Boitou Postotllco confesses that ho com
mitted heavy robberies upon tbo mail
matter of E. C. Allen & Co., of Augusta
Mc. Their losses aro estimated at $20,000
TOBS. OF TOSESSEE.
U()V HE DID IT.
A It A PJI KISB AND A KAPID
A second trial in "Washington of the
chiirL'ei. iitiiillibt Win. II. Stokos, of Ten
nessee, of having swindled tho govern
ment uf somo odd SG0.000 in tho prosecu
tion of thu fraudulent "Ileutty rirouts"
eliilnii. resulted in his conviction. I'nlcss
the supremo court eomu to his aid, Stokes
... . . .1 :.....!!..... Tl...
win no sent 10 ino iieiiueuiuu . iuu
eunvictlon was brought about chiolly by
tho testimony of olio fatronioyor, in whom,
iih tho correspondence shows, Stokes had
perfect confidence. Tlio man Stromoyer,
who was one of tho principles in the job,
turned ntulu's ovlder.ee. und submitted sev
eral letters und paper In Stokes' hand
writing, which wero ot tlio most uununr.g
character. Among them aro tho follow
ing: Will. nKtoii, I). 0 HfC, 9, t.
I' ...I, ,n I' llnltlal.l 1
Dkak Sik TliU will Inform you that I
reached heie salo unu sound, round jjiro
mcycr here,but tho company not muttered,
Have now uot thu case under head
way, Hiid think In u few days will got it
There is no earthly uso in you or Tink
er coming here, as you could do no good,
but czpeiisu for nothing.
Will keep you advised cf all th-it Is
done, l uu need have no tears,
' 'W. II. Stokks.
OI.I1 I'l.lNT O.V HANI).
Wunli.nBton, I. C , l)e. n, 1ST0.
CakKin Ukvid Unttlr .Mil I'.ly :
Gksti.kmk.v-Our friend Miko will.
hand vou this, llo leaves horo to-morrow
morning with tho rolls to have them sworn
to by tho captain and tho two
lieutenants. This i required to bu dono
bv thu Secretary of War. Then ho will
approve und iciid them to tho Second
Auditor, ami all will bo right. Stromoyer
must return at i.neu with them rolls
Thoro is no need ot cither of you coming
on hero; wo can make all tt.ings right.
So vou need lmvo no fears, all will bo
O. K. (Old Tint is on hand.)
W. U. Siokks.
iptnlo Il.ivid llealty. 1
Dkak Sik This loaves mn
mprared in health slnci I saw vou hut
As to vour claims, thm- i.......
on jlowjy, bt think' Jt 111 Vo,a "out 11
rigiu in mc end.
I niay huvo t ,ro back to concress be
foro the mutter will bo complete S
i am usini? mv iitlui..,n i
sped to exnediin nn,l r" . " " .,urJ.r,;-
! to expedite and frWnrd th thin,.
. cm must bo patient, a.TtHko ,hlS
nnd., Stromoyer UU ' -Irulyyours.
W. II, Siokeh.
THE I'l.OT TIIU'KKNd.
Captain K. H:.IHT.M,;i"K,0n' W, 1170.
"ent; but I think I c" i VatUf, h.Tn'
most Inn,.,u. "lu.w,Hl..11 al
inavbi... . . ... ",uvo UIO
V f VI -'"Ui
,.7 " is uo
work this Ihing through,
I do holla Tinker nn.l'
his Imj will I10t
r0wmin0 W.,19n "" li c,""ld(it.
ff.n nmu you uiin tin,. rr...i..
yours, " iv irSL''r
thu matter t. a. .
Impatient, I w j , . X; . ,u', JJon 1
end; but 'it's tl XA V"1,n? ln, V10
was not hen. .,. i,'. : ..t "Td work. If I
no telling 'when it wi.VV cat0.- Jera
nm IOTtlf.il IT
t.i.Mi II V UK olt I AM KUINI'.l'.
miiujg'uii, li. c, J i.n. i;, let i,
C,(.., ln K. Ilth...i I .
ii.f..vii oiiu -1 liuvo the honor to in
liirni J oil that thu claims aro buinir pushed
lornard as fust us possible It is slow
bu'ltiuis before tho dvpurtmcnts. I huvo
had an awful timo with tlium. 1 liavo
had to go onu place or another every day.
It teems that when 0110 dllllculty Is golloti
out of tho wav am tlior one presents itself.
So tar, 1 liavo sueceouoil in uvurcuiiiiiis
all iilijeclioiis, hut run t tell wnai iumj
will be next rulsed. The truth is, many of
them don't wunt tho claim paid, und
tliercl'oru throw In tl.u way every obstuclo
tliev can think of. Stromoyer will tell you
whiil troublo 1 have hud. ile Is as true us
stool, und has dono his whole duty In tho
1 hopo soon to bo "bio to writo you
With good wishes, I am truly your,
V. II. Stokhs.
KV.KV SHUT MOL'Tlt.
Wnilill.X'n, H. O'., rev,, iu, .
Heak C'aitais Yours of tho 7th inst.,
camu duly to hand, nnd 1 was Indeed glad
to hear tl.ut you were succeeding so won.
1 trust you will loso no timo in getting
everything arranged, nnd rottirn to this
elty'soon, us I um nnxlous lor your re
turn. I have Tinker's claim in my trunk ;
received it last night from the second au
dltor'a olllce. It's all O. K. No others
have vet reached mo; will push them
through as soon as us they aro received.
All is quiet horo; nothing said and no
ltemombcr mo kindly to your very good
Telegraph me when you return to Louis
ville. Truly yours,
W. II. Stokes.
it l's to iwv.
Viiiiiov, I). C,
fit Mittli Htrcut.
Deau Captain Will you ploaso enll
around, lloll's to play.
As over, yours, W. II. STOKES.
P. S. Keep cool, nnd say nothing.
rnoHisKs to Hi.v no Slum:.
ConHdentlal and Private
All is working wull. nothing known or
said. I hope you will succeed in every
thing and return soon.
Letters aro coming to mo In rolnllon
to other claims. All I want is to gut out
of Congress and havo you with me, and
we can make enough tn twelve months to
do us both for life. 1 can get into the
heaviest business that any man ever got
Into, und 1 wunt you with me to do the
writing, and 1 wilt do tho engineering.
Do vour won; quick nnd woll, aud then
come ncrc. It s best to lmvo tho claims
puld oll'here. This letter, of course, will
not bo seen. Jt would not tollllntlleld too
Shut mouth pavs
Bunj this d d letter, and I promise
to sin no more.
Truly yours. AV. II. S.
Tho muluriul points of Stormovor's tcs
tlmony wore as follows :
" Jt met btoKcs lirst tn Uie springoriUiO
at the cupitol ; I came on here witu David
Ileutty, und whs tho agent witli llutlluld
for theso claims ; 1 paid Stokes $5,000, he
declared himself in with mo for one-third ;
Stokes introduced the bill; I intended to
stay homo myself; I had a conversation
Willi blokes coming over trom Crossvilio
to Jamestown; 1 told him we would make
about $20,000, and ho said it would bo a
nice thing; lie suid ho would bo in with
mo ;l proposed to pay him $o,U00; 1 guv
him a chuck for $1,000, and then stopped
it; -Mr. juowmau thought
was best to giv him $2S0O
moro ; Stokes said that he was en
titled to It, aud 1 cuvo him the monuv
Wo wero surprised ut thu decision of Mr,
ISroudlicad ; lie guvo u sover 9lU0,00O, am
wuonly expected about StO.OOO; eulculut
td to maku 20,000 on that amount. 1 um
under threu indictments tor lorgery in tin
court ; the uuJurslundinu was thai if
ivtfuJ coiiio horo nnd tull tlta whotu Cfifliir
I would not bo proseoutcd. There was no
promlsu held out to rr.e until after 1 had
given up Bvurytning, letter and ull. .Now
to tell the truth, Stokes wasn't entitled to
a cent; he tried to shut mo out. 1 could
huvo dono tlio thing just us well us he
llullleld, Stromoyer' partner, tostilled :
" 1 was a partner Willi Slromeyur in this
business; 1 met Stokes somo time in An
gii"t, 1870; Stokes said ho whs our assis
tant; ho said hu hud received $10,000; the
night thu money wus paid whs the 3d of
.March, 1871 ; suw Stokes that night; he
suid ho had dono thu work, nnd thought
Unit lie was entitled to one-third; said it'i
didn't pay him ho would put mo whom tho
dogs couldn't bito mc. I can't say
what amount of money 1 udvuuced; X
havo a wiiolo book full, Hiid furnished the
most money ; 1 went back to Tennessee,
and when 1 returned Stokos told mu ho
hi.d received thu money ; I got $'.'0,000
oui oi mo wnoio Claim; l was called one
of tho scouts; I supposo I was ono of the
scouts. Laughter. I served several
times on scouts.
Considerable amusement was created in
tho court by tho description, by Ileutty, of
but. iui uiiiiiwii ut uio company, uu saiu
that ho tunned them and commissioned
himself captain; thutthero was one wood
en-legged soldier in it and a boy who ran
Tlio prosecution closed about noon Ttioa
day, and tlio dufonso oll'ered suvoral wit
nosses. mostly as to churnctur. Thu ease
was givon to tho jury ut two o'clock, and
at half-past two o'clock they returned a
verdict oi guilty, hentenco withhold.
A MAN IKO.M SVLVANIA C0.MK8 TO AT-
ts:np coukt a.nh pigAi-i-KAits.
(from tl Cominrr.al Uiija'ch, Feb. 17.)
Mr. Jaspor Itcev.s, n quiet, Inoflensivo
man, who several yuars ago served as a
militia mini in Capt. Tanner's company
enmo into town on .Monday. 1IU Jmd
Inuiness in the Probate court ami had
como for tho express purpose of arranging
it. Ho was in company with an old clt
zen ot the county, Mr. Oscar Walts, and
Willi llllll 41..ta 1 . . '
it V fc MU" put up
engagcu beds at tho VVub-
tier iiouse, A cr sininer U'nii. .....i
Kcoves camo down town together. At
about eight o'clock they both entered
Mooros drug store together, but Watts
hud no more than taken his suat whon lio
noticed that itcoves was goiiij; out of the
itoro again. AV hen bed-timo arrived li
looked for his companion but could learn
nothing of him. Tho uoxt mornim.
Itcoves was still missing, but his horse re
mained in tho stable wlicro ho was placed
the night before Not much un.
nslnoss wus felt in tho matter till
H)iit dlnnor time, when his brothor nnd
oilier urrived, whosopresenco hu required
lm..,i,vUr,l,ioforo 1,10 court- Ociierul
Sri in? Ul0,,,l''t!tuted, and his friends
on which to base u lVorv 1, ' ,,omoU""f
pulled. Ho wai 'I Si.1" .. ".?a
'". ! bad but Utile monoyboSK,,,
not been ,,, d.lnklng uy d ur, ' ' ' It
"-mill , liuu
.Ing any dur.iu; thu
-Tho old-fashioned glmbal ring-two
rings, yet one, eovored nnd yet united is
being revived as a wedding-ring ; tho idea
is vory pretty, and the omon propitious.
Hlaek grenadlnos, trimmed with light,
"lorcd satins and silks and Uouncod to
are vory much used for full
dress thlb ulnt.r for marrlod or middle-
Coluiud ?elvet tuHar nnl ruvers are
nnvr worn wiih all the stylish street cos
tumes. Tho fringe nnd laco for trlmmlnc n
dresi frequently cost moro than tho ma
.Mrs. Corbctto Is said to bo tho most
bcalitlful und Mrs. Carpenter tho elovcrcst
of tho senators' Indies.
Thrco skirts Instead of lwoworn one
above tho other, Is to bo tho'fnihlon for
street costumes tho next season,
Necklaces and bracelets of what is
known ns tho Neapolitan ngalo aro very
much sworn this season In full dress.
"Uussian snow-llako" is tho namo of
a new powder used by ladies for giving
lustrous whllunuss to their complexions.
Tulle nnd tnrlotan dresses aro said to
bo tho most extravagant toilets that can bo
worn, ns thty cost nearly as nfuch as silk
and cannot be worn, even with tho great
est carp, more than two or thrco times.
HOARD AND LODGING.
Mr. T .11. Ellis, tho corner of Sevonlh
nnd Commercial is prepared to accom
modate nil who apply with board, with
or without rooms, nt prices lower than any
other flrst-clnsshouso in the city. Mr. El
lis keeps an excellent table; his rooms arc
front rooms high, light nnd niry, and well
furnished, nnd wo havo no hesitation in
promising satisfaction to all who call on
him. Mr. Ellis will also supply parties
ho desiro with unfurnished rooms ut
rcnsonablo rates. Lot all interested tako
notice. Kcmembor on tlio corner of
Seventh and Commercial. 2 16
I will olfer for salo at my sales room,
105 Commercial avenue, on Saturday,
February 21, at 9J o'clock a. m., tho fol-
owlng articles, to be sold for charges : 2
tlrst-elnss billiard tables, complotu; ono
lot of gns fixtures, and a lot of steamboat
sash and doors; also two lino gold
watches. Salo positive, nnd without
reserve. I). Haktman, Auctioneer.
Notice. Tho bast entertainment in
tho city is at tho St. Nicholas hotel, saloon
and rostaurant. Tho best music that can
bo had violin nnd piano. Good lunch
overy morning and night. All of tho
finost brands of cigars, und tho best bt.
Louis lager beer, always fresh and nice.
Give us a call.
II akkt walkkr. Proprietor.
M arhiaok Guide. Interesting work
numerous encravincs. 221 paces. Price
CO cents. Address Dr. Butts' Disponsary
No. 12 North Eiirhth Streot. St. Louis
Mo. Seo Advertisement. tf
0IIA11LES M. IIOWK & CO.,
No. Oi Ohio Lcveo,
THE CITY NATIONAL
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HKNKV I,. IIAI.UDAV, Vue I'mUtnl;
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WAImt IIYtiLUI', An,sllant Cashier.
iTAATH TaVLDB, llOBI.UT II. Cl KNINOIUM,
lli.xuv J,, lui.umr, w. r. Hailiuav,
liHU. I). WlLLMHtON, KTII III..N lilUU
A. II. SiUOUU.
Ext'liniiKft '! "nil 1'n 1 1 nl NfnlcM
lioml lloiiKlit null Siold.
DEPOSITS recelied, and a Kenernl haukinK
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
PAMni, HUItli, Prf.Menti
KOIIEKT W. MII.IiEK. Vlce-rresldenl;
C. N. UUGIIKS, Chlr.
COLLECTIONS I'HOMl'TLY MADE
EXCIIA.NHE, coin, bank soles and Uniteii
StRtim tecurlllea bouiilit anil told,
Inlrrett Allowed uu Time nrpoall.
t'tiarUred Marcls 31, 18U0.
CITY NATIONAL LANK, CAIKO
A,H. SAPFOHI). I'resiilent;
W. lli.lLOr, Hwretiiry ami Treasurer.
P. W. IlAUflAV.
V. M. Stuckilktii.
W. P. llAlllUA!,
U II. C'US.MNUlliX,
J, SI. Pii.LLim,
o t a ot nn y Anion u I Itrrel vol I rum
Teu Cent UpHiirdM.
I NTKKKsT paid on dfioH r (he rale ot mi
ir'ul,;''i11.' Per annum, March iHtaail Henlein
T.tilv I, '! """' "! w'th.lra.i la f..lu,., n , 2
K ? uu 1 1. , 1, ITfclpal of the Jejuwll., thereb,
" "'"(""""euinpoiiiid Interest. '
UAHKIBD WOMKN ANB OIIII.K1IKN MAY
0 THAT one tut CAN DDAW IT,
only, frJliiOs'u-cillJfk!0' AVJ.N1 UKVOilW
DEALERS IN ELOUIt;
Olslo Illver nntl Katiimtiii
70 Ohio Lsvek,
9 2 -' b
71. FALL-WINTER. 72
C. II A NNY.
KKNTUCKY JEANS, XXTRA,
UitOS 'JRAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF 0ARKTINft
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8T1I 8T., AND COHMKUCIAL-AV.,
H. M. IIULKN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dculer Foreign Fruits ami Nut.
No. 134 Commorcial-avo.,
CAIRO CITY IJOOlv UlNDKUY
.ioii.v ri. om:itiiY a co.,
lJullctiti Iluildint', comer of 12th
Btrcut mid Wnsiiinptoii uvcniio,
All kln.U nt lllmllnir nn.l llnllnff itnnA nt lllA
very lowf.l tirlcp. Unvinif enimpil Ilia nrvl-
cei of Mr, lliieln, who lm jiit't mnnr jrar
experience in one of boot Idnclerles ofBt. Loiiln,
in puiicrinicrm ihl. tninhtnpnt. we run eon.
tbleatly promise our jmtron work eiiial to that
ni HQ , llliuiri lu Ilio W9I.
Witts Km Klnomy ntlpntlnnta, low aplr-
ll.i - - 1 .. .. I .. .... I .. .. 1 ., war Mi...'
longer npiiipii, Mpprsuiilorrurn, lutu, oi
pnwrr' issaay iiriiu, iw i .'rjr,
iiikI llironlpunl liniirleiirr nml
rsisin, nml lovcrrlttti cure sis iiiiin
iiliroy'n Ilouiroinllilo Mier sir So
Tpiil y.plulii, Uuinpo.cul nl tl.u iiium! viilnn
lilr tn Mil mil iinlpiit Liirnllv.it tnov rlrike
nnJo al tho rooln ol Hi in UU t. lone un I em
tern, nrrmt llin ill.clinrnri, nml l'n.iirl riKorrml
nneny, llle nml vilnlitv lol!inpnlue man. Tliey
liaToeurpil thoi.itantla ofea o. Trice. " per
puck ism of flveboxea and alnrRC i rial, which
In very Important In nhMinntn or nlil cnren, or II
norsliiKli box. Bolil liy all ilru8nlt, nn.l nent
by mnll on uee l ol prirp. AdUre llumphipy'
HpcclKc llomcopathlu Medicine Co., Mi DroacJ
way, r. 1. r. mjiiuii.
Rtiif1.1.lnwftwlv Affpnl, (!nlrii. Iliinnl.
ORUCKUIIX AND DKY OOIIN.
NOTIONS, HOOTS AND SHOES,
HATH AND CAIK, KTC,
IU lust rcoelvp.l a heavy ntocx of Iloola and
blioe, llonlery anil Notlonn,
FOHSALE FOHCASII VKUY CHEAP
lie alio has a fine stock of Family Orocenpiol
COUNEIl SLXTII-ST. AND COMMEIl
nutelier ncd IeiIer In nil Hindu Frrnls
Cotsta .S'iMitiMii an I'orLAa KiutiT.
BUYH anil flauliter only the rery bet oatll,
lioai and Mierp, and in pn-pured lo fill any.
demand for freh n.eaK from one pound to ten
ihouianu oounnii. eifjn
II. T. GEKOULU;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
(iai Filtrr'a !and I'lnmlif r'a material, Woo
pumps, hMjk and ann.n talvs, top
coiiku, check vale,elc.
iuo AOtsr roa
Tnlla llrnllirrN I'll I nil Itry Cjim Meters
And SInreliur, Wcll A Co'a Automatic Watei
Indicator ami supply valve lor nu-am ooners,
WINTER S BLOCK, COM II E1ICIA L-A VJC.VDl
COAL I COAL I COAL I
i' nun in
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CARUON
Coininercial-av., Foot of Kleventli-st.
All Coal carefully weighed al I lie yard on Kair
FULL WEIOHT WARRANTED.
Coal dtliTcred on ihe cliorlect notici' in an)
iiiu i u mu vi, vunvr uy ,uu .mu iun, in or car
Leave order at thoollice on Commerclal-av.a
he footof Klm-ntli tlreet. iiuvllil.Gm.
Dealer In all kind of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Furmer'N Ynrd nuil NlnblluK
Cor, Washington-av.'and Twentioth-st,
IIOOTIS ANll NIIOIM.
HOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
between Washington avenue and Poplar
Hoots and Shoes Made to Order,
'Kin Workmen Emnloved.
G. 1). WILLIAMSON.
No. 70 Ohio Levee,
UpecIl attentien ffiren lo eouiiKummtj
MOOUH Si MATIIKWS,
House, Si-rn and Ornamental
nrromllvc I'niiprlintiehiir, Itiilsoinlii.
Done In llin lni(liet tlyln ot the art, nJ a
rale tliatdely rompelltlun,
snor ik rKiiuY houhk, cohkkr or otii
HTUKKT ANIJ CMMKRCIAL AVKNUK.
KIj 1) 0 It A D 0
UILLIAItl) SALOON AND BAK-
JOHN UKTiM, l,o.rlclor.
tUGGtnmcrctal Arenue, CAIKO, ILLINOIS)
Heat brand of California Clears Just rpceUod,
BIMitAltl) saloon fnrnlnhrd with Die Ixal ol
Inblen : anil br miimllpil with wlnp.. Ilminra
and elKr of Ilia llnent braixl.
And Dealer In Korsljjn and Domestic
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
97 Ohio Lovco,
lltwtcu Ninth and Tenth Btrealt,
W. II. 1IORRIH,
II. II. CANDEE
No. fob. and U.S. feu.
FIRE, UULIi, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
AMets - I5.MJ.S04 ST
NORTH AM .RICA, PA-
Aet. 2.7S3.000 00
AhI 2.1H.J10 7?
I'll (EN IX, HARTFORD,
AeU 1,711,111 88
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y
Asiets.- 1,3AJ,J98 17
Aiel 706.9J7 00
AineU 5,V' j
Arrets. . .'.I5.V7 4i
AMERICAN CENTRAI- MO-
Anetl .00,000 OU
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
A a net ,3U,OjO,00O 00
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Arseta. l,noo,otO ot
RAILWAY I'APSKNOERft ASSURANCE
Amcts. 600,000 t
S AFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio Levee,
City National Hank, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
i nsr s tj b -A. nsr o b
NIAOARA, N. V.,
AflSfli 1,43C,21C 2
OKRMANIA, N. Y.,
A"et 1,008,721 7
HANOVER, N. Y.
Assets ...7S6,862 00
REl'UIILIC, N. Y.,
Assets - .711,925 00
Comprising the Underwriters' Asency.
YONKEIIH, N. Y.,
Aot 878.IM 18
Al SM.M !l
FIREMEN'S FUND, 8. V.,
Assets C7B,t00 OA
- SECURITY, N. Y. MAniNE.
Assets 1,2,6 00
STORKS, Dwelliniis, Furniture, Hulli and Car
Koea, inaurod at ratea ua ravuiablo as aound,
permanent ncourliy will warrant.
I reaneutliilly ask oi the cllirens of Cairo, a
snare ol their iatronaje.
C. Jf. IIVQIIEM.
CITY SHOJS STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
ton Aarscr roa
BOOTS AND SHOES
Commercial Avenue, Corner of Eighth
FARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ALT. OR-