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'UK tAlKO 1)AJL 15VLLKT1 s TUEUAY, MARCH G, 1872.
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TIIK DOLLAR WEKKLT BULLETIN.
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On tlio "r '''ni-iry, 1S71, the
legislative .iotnbly of the territory of
An'ronfl pawl an act utipiiitiliti the
governor, A. P. K. SatTonl, (brother
of our fi'lluw-citixen, A. H. SafTord)
C. H. Binilcy and John 0. Canipbcl! a
board of commWioncrs to prepare and
publish "trustworthy information upon
the pastoral, mineral aud agricultural
resources of the territory ; also, the
cost of and facilities for coming to tho
territory by tho different railroads,
stare routes and immigrant roads"
with " such other information as they
may consider of value to persons desir
ing to cmigrato to this territory." Tho
commission have recently concluded
their labors ; tho result of which is a
neat little pamphlet of about thirty
pages. Much of the contents is of gen
cral interest, but we have space only
for tho main facts : The territory of
Arizona w,as acquired from Mexico in
part by treaty and in part by purchase
It contains about 70,000,000 acres of
land, and is bounded on tho north by
Nevada and Utah, on tho cast by New
Mexico, on the south by sonora, an
on the west by California and Nevada
Its territorial government was organiz
cd February 21, 18C3, nine years ago
It is divided into the five countlia of
Yuma, Mohave, Yavapi, Maricopa and
There are twelve towns in the tcrri
tory with populations numbering from
five hundrod to two thousand fivo hun
dred. Tho products of the country
arc, in Yoma count, cotton, rice and sugar-cane,
as well as the cereals ; all
kinds of vegetables, figs, lemons and
oranges. Gold, silver, copper and lead
mines arc numerous.
Mohavo county has about the same
characteristics as tho county already
described. Its river valley is fertile
and rontaius fico pasturage grounds
for immciito herds. Yuvapai county
contains largo forests of excellent tim
ber and nearly tho entire county has
an elevation of from five thousand to
six thousand feet above the luvol of tho
sea. Turkey, bear and deer arc plenty
in the mountains, but irrigation is
necessary to render farming profitable,
Its mining resources are great, and
rich mines of gold and bilver arc now-
working successfully. Maricopa
county 'is tho agricultural county of
tho territory. The entire population
is found in Salt river valloy, where
there arc excellent farms, all of them
in excellent condition. Outside of this
valley the Indians arc too stroug (or
the security of tho settlers.
Pima county has been inhabited
longer than anycounty in the territory
and countains the largest population.
It abounds in fertile valley, all of
which are well-timbered.
"Mirny of tbe valleys were settled by
the Catholic father over one luindrvd
years ago. Tlieso fathers, attracted by
tho salubrity of the climate and tho fertil
ity of the soil, established several mis
sions, improved farms, Introduced herds,
and built churches, one of which is still
well preserved (the San Xavler, nlno
inilos south (if Tucson), and for ttvlo of
architecture and solidity nf conttruutlon
is admired by all who see it. TIiph fath
ers commenced the good work of teach
ing and ChriHtianlzrni; tho Indians and
succeeded tiduiirably with nil tho tribe.,
save the Apache, who, mi Huron Hum
boldt writes in JB03, in his Kingdom of
rev apain, 'neither the soldiers stationed
in the presidio nor tho monks potted in
tho neighboring millions have. been hit-
uerio aoic to mako the conquest over
tbem.' Since tho occupation of tho
country by ,e Americans, a constant
enln of the rich Hllvk ..f iu'h
Pedro nnd U,Tr 8atli'JSrS , 'ft
llaunhtcr has been so -ur, vr
since 1H03, that Mlmost i, utw vnulii.m
has boen introduced t0 nn a, "t
the dead. The soil l so rich and uriKW.
tive, and the deilre of the people hai ben
(o ureal to live and make homes in thcie
valleys, thai with truo mericn conraso
they tllle'l the brokin ranks and still ron,
tlnuo the contest. The present jesr, the
Indians have swept over those valleys
with unusual ferocity. '
The commissioners devoto considera
ble Epaco to an account of the
Indians dwelling in the 'territory, of
whom there aro eight tribes, all of
whom aro harmless aud peaceable, ex
cept the Apaches, who are hated nnd
feared by tho other tribes ns well as by
the whito inhabitants. This tribe tho
Apaches live by theft, and travel
hundreds of miles to murder, burn and
pillage. Cochisp the most uolcd of
the Apache chiefs.' ' Gov. SafTord, the
writer of the report says :
'The murders committed by this noto
rlou. ehl;1, ,r Kivtn in detail, would cause
the blood to cunil.. i ...... t. ...u..
would cuuto a inn ,,., .J.1 ' ri?r
ever created such u m,,"
sonal knowledge i f th J ? " r
hundra I ha v. -M'on benr
durlorf the patt two jet uu "M
lv I. tif'itu of tir'tire 0 IMreti
itro pi acts I mi spears and n-. l-i over a
slow fire. Mid writhe In iiiiavri until lllu
is exllmt. M li nru lunged by lb t fee
and a Am built at the heal, mid f?sbel
with kin veil and pierced with arrows un
til death nlvcs roliuf. The e are stublx.m
The report contains much iutorcM
ing mnttor relative to the ancient ruins
found in the territory :
t).T.!on,l.v . deserted houe lj found
,uUU..ntl.- II , r .served o ascertain I .
character uf lue ardiltectu-e. The wa U
,f the 0- OrlIe, sltiM-d on the Gila,
near Sanford, aw still two ttnr es nbovo
the ground. In size, the structure Is almut,
Ih.rtv bv sixty feet; the walls art thick
nd liiitde of mud, which was evidently
on dried and dried us it whs built, u n
divided into many small rooms, and the
partition are also made of mud. 1 In
oort were, made by phicin stick cbxe l"-
t;ethr and covering tlicin With crini'iil.
Around antl near tno until uranue ri. uu
ruins of many other buildings, but by tho
Hps,, or time the decay ol veeiiiui'n urn
r.rtned i a rill and nearly covre'i mem.
nd all that now ninrks the (d.iee wln re
nee a slatelv mansion stood l the elevu-
on of the L'rnnnd. Near the Anolm uioiin-
ains are ruins not m extensive, but in lar
utter nroervat on than tho Ua:i lrande,
nd near these ruins are old aiaiirus lor
the reduction of silver ores.
It is bolieved that these ancient ruins
are tho vctlges of a people who wore of
a penccnblo disposition, out who were en-
.tJ-l.. 1 1... .1 A ...nllnl "
In conclusion, tho commis
commend the action
of General Crook,
tary commandant of Arizona, and be
iovc that he has the entire confidenco
of tho people, and that ho should bo
nllnweil tn mature and execute his
plans. With the Indians under con
trol Arizona ofier? many attractions to
the immigrant, and all it needs is an in
flux of hardy, earnest, energetic mcu to
develop its resources, and render it n
rich and prosperous member of the
TilK New York Evening 'Post,'
commenting on Mr. Trumbull's speech
in the senato in which ho spoke so fa
vorably of tho liberal republican move.
ment, says: "Tho liberal republicans
will now claim Mr. Trumbull as one
of their leaders, nnd ho will be a prom
incnt candidate in tho Cincinnati con
vention for president. Tho prospect
for a large convention of liberal repub
licans is much improved by this speech
of ono of the ablest republicans of tho
country in defense of tho movement.'
OaT" A rough-looking cuctomer called
nt a Lowell photograph room on Friday
and wanted his " plctur' taken. " Whllo
preparations were In progress, his oyo
struck a card picture, which be fancied re
semblod liismelf as ho would look if ho
were " dressed up," and ho asked tho
prlec. Tivenly-flvo cents was named,
'Well," ho said, " I want tho plcturo to
send to my gal, nnd I like this one."
Tho photographer suggested that ho had
better have bis own taken tlrst, and
decide afterward, which was done; but
still tho odds wero in favor of tho " drcssid
up " individual, and tho "gal"' is re
joicing in a picture which is most surely
a " counterfeit presentment ' of her lover.
BflXTho Now York correspondent of
the Chicago Tribuno ' say " tho prospect
now is, that John Graham will succeed In
ending to state prison every member of
that jury who voted for the indictment
of Stokes, As for Stokes, ho Is to be at
onco released, so that ho can thoot Jay
Gould and some other Krio ofllcors who
aro objectionable to him. Mrs. 'M.-insfield
is to run for vice-president on the Wood
hull ticket, and, when elected, will appoint
John Graham chief Justice.
Bisjji. A section in tho now civil codo of
California is so clumsily worded by the
revision commissioners us to constltuto a
very sweeping divorce law. It reads : "All
niarries of white persons, or nogrocs or
mulattocs are illegal and void." Tho In
dians and heathen Cliinco are the only per
sons legally rimrricd acording to thnt
Bs2i Another new secret order has been
introducvl into Cincinnati, tho kcrsher
slid bcrsol, or ancient Jowish order of the
Iron knot. Its main object seems to con
fist In tho endowment of tho willows of Its
deceased brother in tho Invariable sum
of $1,000, which ismado up, In each case,
nt a mild rato per capita.
B."S!r," tutd a littlle bltnteriii'- man
to his religious opponont, "I say, sir, to
wlint sect d you think I bolong 7" "Wollj
I don't exactly know," replied tho othor :
"but tojudgo from your mako, size and
appearance, fshoull sav von bolon? to a
class called thu Insect."
B. Tho hotel whoro the Graiiiuko
lumborcd In Dolroit can tako S500 anv
time for tho bedttend on which bis limbs
"pocd, while tho shoots wore cut up
bniUtirM,Uf i n .1 i n
ctlll j "nd n" tllo.vounK ladlei
re m m l I lUKt "i Jenrlng skeleton of
retret mocks him from mi.ni. i
ory's topmost peak, he d Tood'
notice, In nlne-tcnth. of iha nRf
country. 's.of the
B3X.A letter from Uolmar, in Alsm
states that at least ten Prussian recoivert
of taxes havo fled from that province with
embezzled funds bolonglng to tho govern
ment. 'Washington Patriot.'
BicrjuCharlcs Fcnno Iloffmaan, tho poet
and novelist of tho past generation, Is still
living an Inmato of tho Pennsylvania In
hano Asylum at Harrlsburg, whoro ho has
been for twenty yean,
- in i
CS-In order to impart an unusual
variey to the proceeding, a North Caroll
nets oloped timultaneoutly with three ad
mirer, K3s,A Judge In Atlanta, Gh bat com
n 1 burglars up rur two.
No wonder Hullock abtconded.
menced sending burglart up for twenty
I'll rSIir? n ni.KANIN-iS,
- .Mm. Charles Mo"Hor. U singing in
Horace OrceleyV talary has been rais
ed to 15,000 per annum.
Don't ill speak at once. An Indiana
fon:tlu will give ?3I),000 to any man who
w.ll marry bir.
Mrs Hani I BccchcrStowo was very
sorlously, peril; pi fatally, injured by a
lull last week at hor h imo at Mandarin,
A human foot-print, fifteen Inches
1...... 1. ...... r..i,nH In n aifitn nunrrv
near Seneca, Kama, The pre-Adamlto J
n.iiti wore largo boots
KnoxvUle, Tenn., has n youthful
fumlnlno tnx collector Miss Lucy Stev
ens who collects more in a day than a
dozen mnlo publicans could In u fortnight.
The London ' Jincet' thinks that du
ring the coinlm: spring, or early In the
summer, cholera will reappear in
Ex-Oov. Ho'.dcn announces bis with
drawal from tho Washington ' Chronlclo.1
He states It Is from no want of ardor in
the republicans, but for private reasons,
He earnestly advocates Grant's re-leotion. I
It is announced that a lady named
Mr,. Dykeman, and a mlnitUr, " her pas-
tor," tho Rev. Mr. bandford, both of Des
Moines. Iowa. bava started from that nluco I
r n n I fin nrmm it ihn wnrlil I
Wm. Ilrincbam, a clear dcalor, Is the
lof.Wli.ti ninn In luitlmnrn. Three months
.Inrn bo received a handsome sum 1-V the
, , ., ,!,,
Ull.l, VI ,. V ..v..H..e9
a flnoprlzo in the Havnna lottery; nr.d, on
Thundny latt, discovered In tho cellar of
a house he recently purchnscd, five canvas
bags of gold and silver valued nt $7,000.
Senator Wilson bns gone back to
Washington, after two or thrco days in
Now Englnnu and JSew lork, inn very
alarmed stnto of mind as to Gen. Grant's
prbspect for rc-olection. J. hey toll us
from Wnshington that ho says ho cannot
tuko tho stump In tho New Hampshire
election unless tho president Crt "cleans
out" tho Now York custom house
A dispatch from Washington states
that the nnmo of our oitoomcd pnstmls
tress Mrs. S. E. Edwards was sent to
tho senato on Monday fur confirmation as
postmistress of Shuwncctown. Mrs. Ed
ward's Is not in favor of men's rights for
women, and not likely to voto in the com
ir.g presidential canvass. Hor appoint
ment will bo unanimously confirmed nnd
sho will bo permitted to contlnuo In well
doing nt tho head of the postofilce depart
ment In our city. Shawneetown Ga
Hats havo an unaccountable fondness
for tho tasto of phosphorus, and tothUfact
may bo attributed tho origin of many
mystorious lire. Thcso rodents build their
nests of inflnmmablo nmtorials, and tnko
to thorn any stray matches they may find
lying aroundjlooso. This accomplished,
thoy undorlako to gratify their appetites
by nibbling tho coated onds of tho mutches,
whloh ore at onco ignited, when tho nest
is sot ablaze, nnd the destruction of thu
houso or perhaps tho ship svliloli contains
It, follows. Great caro should always bo
taken with matches.
THE SENSATION IN ENGLAND,
TIIK ASSAULT ON TIIK QUKK.V o'cONNEll'n
London, March 1. Tho assault upon
tho queen yesterday by O'Connor Is tho
theme of universal comment, and con
demnation in tho journals. Previous to
tho attack O'Connor scaled the iron railing
ten feet in height, which surrounds tho
oourt-ynrd of lluckingham palace. When
ho approached tho carrlago of tha quden
he tlrtt taw Lady Churchill, n lady in
waiting, who was riding with her im.jps.ty.
Ho was about to assault hor, but soon dU
covored Ills mistake, and turned upon tho
Hor majesty's groom, John Urown, who
was riding buhind her carriage, upon wit
notilnir tho ncticn of O Conner, leaped
from his horse and arrested aud disarmed
Mr. O'Connor's house has been thor
oughly searched by detectives, but noth
ing whatever found to criminate unv one
with him in his dastardly act.
London, March 1, Evening. Tho at
tailant of tho queen was brought beforo
tho police magistrates at How street at
noo:i to day for examination. Tho court
room and all Its approaches wero deiiiolv
Tho prisoner prwonted a very boyish
and not unploasing appearance, and to-day
was quiet and tinasstimln in his minner.
On bolng interrnented by tho mnglstrnlf,
ho tinted that his name was Arthur
O'Conorj that ho was born In England,
und that his father was a native of Ire
land. It Was subaenuentlv elicited tlmt
his grandfather win tho well-known i'er-
gus O Conor, ono of tho leaders of the
John llrown, hor majesty's groom, Col.
Harding, equorry to thu queen, tu.d
Prlnco Leopold, testified to thu circum
stances of tho assault, of which thov wore
oyo-wttnoiiot. Their statominiu Tin n
difl'er materially from tho accounts al
ready telcgraped to the associated press.
Ono of tho policoman, into whosu custody
O'Connor was dollvurod. swore tlmt ilm
prisoner said tho remoiTno did m.i t,.u.i
tho pistol was because it was broken, that
no ropcatcdiy oxchtlmod, "I wish to God I
had suceeodod;" that ho vowed ho in
tended to present tho petition for Fenian
nmnosty to tho queen in St. Paul's cu
thedral, on Tuosday, when sho was sur
rounded by her minUtirs. That ho then
had pon nnd Ink for hor to slLn tha ii,.n.
ment with ; that ho would have made the
attompt, but tho crowd was so irnut h,.
could not got near her majesty
Two papor found on thu prisoner whon
ho wat seized wero produced In court and
rcno. ino paruoniug all thn Fenian con-
v els, is in tubstanco nt follows: "I
IciorlH, Queen by tho graco of God,
thorii '"""wing ueciaration: Whereas,
thriuihUi,?i,con!lned i" v,,ri0U9 Pri,9n
Irshnien know K,nKdom a ntimbor of
and where,,, ,7," " lebrated Fenians;
my sanction, Imvfnc"? '"Pritoned with
-Kalnst tho iruwn'-ndponip.rea
my power i and wheri,, Vml 1,1,1 ro"'
wfth these men k.v'.ni'thizer
pardon, nnd notwlth.t f" '.'S ..fu" their
This la dated February Wd, 1872.
The other document is a commutation,
in advance, of the punishment of thu
prisoner for his nrosorit act, from hanoinc
to thootlnt', and Is dated February i!7ih.
At thn conclusion of tho examination
uniiboraied; now I, VIetoiT,, n , V"1
do grant lull pardon
Fenian prisoner, unconditionally"?
notwIthttundinK this, mv ' .. 'n,'
mado under fear of mv lif.-. I win
I - tub UU
tho pri.tmer whs -ominltted for trial nt tho
sslr.es. and tiken baek to Jail under a
It IS eVlUelll tllltl. Hie piliuia iuuiiu uu
tho prloner aro bis own work, and tho
ipresslon .f nil who heard tlum rend is
iat they nro the product of a deranged
A VOUNO Olllt. IIUIINKII TO DKATH JIT
TIIK KXI'MJ.stON vV A COAL OILCAN.
From the St. Louis Onioca', Sslurdsy.
Miss Emma Johnson, fifteen years of
age, was fn tally burned about six o'clock
yesterdav morning, while endeavoring to
kindlo a (Ire at her bouse, No. 2 lllcks
street. Tho oil hnd been recommended
noured a small ouantitv of it on tho coal
to make It burn more freely. A terrific
explosion followed nnd the heavy can was
torn to fragment. The burning oil, of
whjcli theru was nearly n gallon, was
scattered ovor tho room and tho unfortun
ate girl' person, ur.d In an instant she was
nnveloped in rlatnes.
Her sitter, hearing tier snrieKs, rusnoj
to her asslrtaiice, and, thatching up some
bed-clothes, wrapped them around her.
In doing this shu was so severely burned
onono of hor hands that showlll probably
never fully recover tho use of it. Drs
Samples and Gregory wcro immediately
summoned, nnu did wuai tnoy couiu to ai-
levinto Miss Koima s tulTurings, but it
wns 0VtHcn smt (no COuld not recover,
Her face, breast and limbs wero scorched
T10 moti1Cr of the deceased it a widow,
who I in reduced circumstances, but lint
evidently seen better days. Miss Km ma
was cmnloved in tho shoo factory of Hro
l,teki fc Co.. whllo her sister worked in
Fairchlld & Fox's shoo storo on Olive
"rcet, nnd both contributed largely
townrds tho support of the lamiiy
AN AUOUMENT IN FAVOlt OV HAll-
(From thu Washington Star.)
His not cood for a man to llvo alono
For ono thing, ho Is not likely to live so
lone Untile ns lift woum ii married, no
say the figures, nnd figures never lie
Tho Medicat Vest ami Circular says M
Bertl ion ins mado a communication till
sublect to tho Brussels Academy of Medi
cine, which has been published in mo
Heme Schntijuc. Wo havo not space
for all his statistics showing thnt tho rule
holds good in France, In Urusels, in
H-ilglum and in Holland; but content
oursolves with stating that the result of all
tho calculations Is that from 25 to 30 years
of age, tho mortality per 1000 is 4 in mar
ried men, 10.1 in bachelors, nnd '21 in
widowers. Till beneficial influonco of
marrlxgo Is manifested at all aes; being
ulwnys more strongly marked in men than
in women. Whether similar calculations
In this country would givo tho same
results is an open question. In countries
whore tho women help by their Industry
and thrift to Kcroaso tho family lund, In
stead of decreasinc it by their lovo for
display, married in"!! aro not subjected to
ino same sirnin as nere, wuere, in oruer iu
mako both end meet, they aro In many
ciises engaged in n hnpolcss und nover end
ing struggle, not favorable to longevity.
IllinoU and Massachusetts are talking
about raising tho salaries ot their gover
nors. It is about time that soma of tho
custom stnt.-s paid their executives, decent
salaries. Pennsylvania deals out $5,000 a
year, which is littlo enough for a governor
to live on decently without having to rely
on his own or his wife's private fortune.
New York, Toxa. and Louisiana follow
with $4,000; Connecticut thinks her gov
ernor ought to got nlong on $1,100 n year,
and 1oliiwaro sees hor only two hundred
boltor. California pays her governor tho
highest salary, S7,000 a year and wo nro
suro they wouldn't giumblo It it wcro
doublo thnt. A good governor ought to
receive a good salary, and only good gov
ernor's should bo" olected. Ilul what
must bo thought of tho state of Delaware
which pavs her chief magistrato loss than
twenty dollar.' a week. Thu Now York
Tribuno' In commenting on this fact
rnvs it nppcan that tho tradn is not n very
profitable onu in tomo of those states. Wo
begtouiuer. The tradn must bo prouta
ble, or men wouldn't work ut it for such
nominally small wages,
CKxlrnordinary reports como from
Canada concerning tho richness of tho
silviir and gold mines upon tho northern
shore of Lako Supurior. At the Silver Is
land mine cnorm ni9 quantities of oro nro
said to no union out overy day, tho nmounl
bring limited nnlv by tho furco employed
Thu nuantity of sliver is reported to bo Ml'
exhaustible, and it is hediuvrd several
million dollars worth will bo taken oil
this wlntur. Several othor mines
doing very woll.
fKrom the St. Louis Democrat, lt.ij.1
Tho Anzeiger ilet tt'esUm has an aitlclo
of considerable lungth on tho above sub
jeel, which may bo easily told In these few
"All tho botheration about hnow-noth-inglsm,
nativism and othor i-nn will not
prevent the Germnn-Amoricans from
joining tho anti-Grant movement."
LOUIS JORGE N S E N ,
Healer In all kinds or
STAPLE AND FANCY
Fnriiicr'a Ynrst nutl Htabllns;
Or. Washingtou-av.'and Twontioth-st.
CITY SUOiS STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
tuts Aor.r roa
"OO TS AND SHOES
Voniitirrriai Avttltie, Corner or Eighth
rARDKC,,?VnTnKN"5' ALL OR.
""""'OEIUTA AKD SHOES.
CA1HO CITY HOOK 11INDE11Y
JOHN II. onEltLT CO.,
Hulletin Uuilding, comer of 12th
street and Washington avenue,
All kin Is nf Ilinillnu ntet llil lim done si the
terj limM in lees, lhv,tiK rni'Kl Ihe rl
cpii r Mr. Iliwl-, wiiu turn Iihii .iisiijr '.rr
HHTif nee In ".in- iifbfft I'lmlcrles of Si. Ijuiis,
I.i miim rililen'l this esinb!ihment, Wo cn con
fi lenlly ri)inl-Kiur atroni worlt qul to llisl
of nil liln lrr) In II.imu pI.
W. tl. MORatS,
U. II. CAXbKK
No. Pub. and U. a. Cera.
FIKE, UULL, CAKGO, LIVE STOCK
Assets ti.MS.Wt 97
NOIIT11 AHIH1CA, r
Asitts Jjes.ooo c.
A.itls 2,m,H0 7
Asset l,7tl,lS W
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
AtseU. 220.127.116.11S II
Assts 706.M7 W.
Assets 61 V?'
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Asset .0 W
COKKECTICCT MUTUAL LIFE,
Ast JO.oon.ooo CO
TRAVELER'S), HARTFORD, LIFE AltD
Assets. ..1.M0.0TO Ot
RAILWAY rABAENOERA AS8URANCB
Assttt 800,000 t
Assets M0, 611
SAFFORD, MORRIS ii CANDEE,
71 Ohio J.trer,
City Nstlontl Dank, CAIRO. ILL,.
FIRE AND MARINE
I2STSTJ bJLISr OE
NIAOARA, N. T.,
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
HANOVER, N. Y.
REPUBLIC, N. Y,
Asset - 711,925 Ot.
Comprislnjj the Underwntfira' Agency.
YON KERB, N. Y.,
Asset 878, Ul M
firemen's fund, s. v..
Asset C78,tO0 or
security, n. y. marine.
Assets 1,432,843 00
OTOnj-3. Dwellings. Furniture, nulla and Car
O zoeii, In-iirod at raVs as fmoiatlo aa lunnd,
permanent securliv wl'l warrant
I rcspectlully ask ol the cllltena of Cairo,
share ol their iiatrunag.
V. X. lli nilEN.
chas. scnorNMivta. miiliamscuick
OH AS. S0IIOENMKYER & CO
All orders nromptly attended to.
NORTHWEST COIINKIt OF WA8HINOTON AV
ENUK AND TENTH ST.,
'. O. Prawer 121)1. janSlf.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
J Ml reopened th
ro PCI, Alt' MEAT MARKET,
UrlHcsu Minli siiicllsulli Kirrtla,
and will keep constantly on hand tho best meats
..... n,ritu in ii i,,iro mnriiei. iney ile y com
petition. Olv them a trial. seniaiti.
1IILLIARD 8ALOON AND BAR
JOHN UATEM, Proprietor.
toscsmmercial Atenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS)
Best brand of California Cigarajuat recalred,
B'hW AKD ,l?ftn furnlshedVith lh txst ol
.,.,1 M.Ji 1 f 9 br tuPPhed with wlnea, lienors
aud cluara of ii. Burst bimicli.
i rcii tusT
AT IIAnCLAVs' DUUO T0IIK.
Facsn ;SirrLr, Daiit.
MOCKING MUD FOOD
ill itiDT roi rsi wUHotr tutni
GRAPE I CATAWI1A
WDA J "J I ORArit 1 P
WUA t. ORAl'C
WUA ) i ( OBAfK ) P
AID All or
UELHnOLU'H MEDI CI Nam
FRESH FROM FIRST HANDS,
Always In slock la Urge supply, nd fur sal Lj
FEE3H SXitTEl IiIC3C
or Nale by tlicUUk Itolllr sir flallou
tSTExTRA Fine Cologne;
S(9Genuine Imported Extracts;
IffirllAlR, TOOTU AND NAIL IlUUSHXl
-Ivdia Ruhder Nurhert Goo7
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZIKO.
Best grades In arge stock and ta
rletjr, tery cheap;
Full Link of Colors,
nsr aid in oil;
Faint Brushes, J.tnseed Oil,
WhltewaiL P.jslioa TurpeDtlna,
Varnishes Ete, etc.,
ALL SISDS D TANHAkD dVALIIUS
AT B AIICL ATA.
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Putty, Bentlne, Gasoline,
And the celebrated illumloatlnK
nnoss' buildino, cob. Utii-st. a cou
C'Aino, i. IrLINOIS-
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION.
A Private Counseloi
to the Married or
those aboulto tnrr;
on the uhviiioluaira
mysteries nml rerelatlona of the sexual satem
wun in1 o"nes la prodiiclnt: anU ore.
V " offlfirtar. nea ttrvincr lhnramtiliinn.Ar.
fTbla It an Interest k work of two hundred and
imiMW b, ,, nn numeroua eneraTin
ana j ,iuubln information for those w
inarned orounletnplato mnrrioue; mill It is a
win itiKdiuitnt 10 ue iiniieriocaanu aev. anauoi
isia cHreiPHKiyniJuiuine iiuune.
Bent to any one (tree of postage) for M rent
AddreM Dr. Iliiltn' Dispensary. No, 12,
Elxhthalreet, Ht. I.oula.Mo.
Notlrti to the Afflict eU anil Cnfort unntr,
lletjre annlvinu lo the notorious Uiiacka who
advertise In tun public papers or using any (juack
remodles, pernso iJr. IIiiIIm' work, no matter
what join dlseano ia or how deplorable your cod-
Iir. Butts can be consulted, personal r or at
inr.U. on thedinaetes mentioned in hla works.
nniiv, No. 1'J N. Kighth atreet, bet. Market nnd
t.ht'stunt nt iamiu no, mvSilwl
1'Cltft AND IIIDEW.
,11. LEVY & CO.,
HIDES A1STD FURS,
WOOL, rCATHEIW, ETC.,
II. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTI01
And Dealer Foreign. Fruits aud Nutt
No, 134 Commercial-iive.,
THE CITY NATIONAL
23 -A. 3ST TO
W. l ilAl.iilDAV, I'rrslden
HKMtY L. IIAI.UHAY, Vite Pr sol)
A. II. SAI'FOltl), Cashier I
WAf.TKk IIYSLOr, Asslslsnt Csshisr.
Otitis Tnos. kossst II. Cuxi9Hii,
Htnkr I.. Hill, ut. W. f. IlAUmtT.
iu. II. Willumsuii, HTtrati l)iu
A. ii. HirroiD,
Esrhnnir, Colli tioil rstllrd Rttitca
Houtl Houghl tttsd ttsilil.
DEPOSITS rtetlrcd, and a nnsr! banklof
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL ilURD, Prs.ldtil;
nOHEKT W. MILLER, Vlce-PrsUl;
C. N. UUOUEfl, CMhler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
I.1XCIIANOK, coin, bank noUs aa4 Vi4
J Htatet securities boufbt sa4 sold.
Inlrrnsl Allowed ots Tim EMalta.
CtiarUrtMl Marcta at, 1HI,
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIKO
A. B.SsFKOM). Presidents
8. 8. TAYI.OIt, Vlce.Prrsidentl
W. IIYMLOi', rkcretarr and Treaaurar.
P. W. IUactiT.
Y. M, HrursriSTI,
II. JI. Cvlonm,
I'aci O. Bcaca,
W. P. HtlLiaAT,
J. M. raitLirs
Tea Cwstta sVawstrsla.
1NTKKE4T paid on depaslta at tha rat ot tit
percent, ser annum, March 1st and B plena
Der 1st. lntret not withdrawn la tjiiSnX imtnai
dlately lot(a principal of the depealta, thereby
citing them compound Interest.
MARKUP WOMEN AND CIIILDKKV MAT
so that as ova tut can sbaw it.
f)Bn eve.'T Viualnesa dav from 9 a.m. to 1 D.m.
and Saturday eyening lor HA VINO DEPOSIT
only, from t to S o'clock.
auani n. iiioiiui irmwrn,
FIRE AND MARINE
AasAts . 060,000
NEW KNOLAND MUTUAL, LIVE,
Assets, orer..... ..t,00O,00U
ANCIIORD FIRE AND MARINE
Of St. Louis.
Ballots all kinds ot risks
ol77tr Arent.Calm. Ill'noU.
CAIRO CITY COAL
U prepared to supply cuttomtr with thf best
PITTSBURG AND IILLIN0IS
VRI)RKS lelt at llalllday Bros, ottlce, 78 OHIO
J LEVKK, or at the l.'oal Tard below the.Ht.
Charles lintel, will receive prompt attention. V
TIIBTUO "MONTAttK'rwlllPlos; coal-liT
tide ateamera at any hour. oclilf
REAL. ENTA l"E AOKNT,
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
14 (second tloob) onio lxtss,
Bdt and Sell Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRAOTSJOF TITLE
At I prepare Conveyances of Kloda.
GOLD I GOLD 1 1 GOLD III
Will force the beard Or moustache lo urow
thiols ami neavy, pn tha smoothest race, or hair ' '
J.Vi the baldest head, In 21 days, or monoy refund,
d d. This sireparatioii naa been h.fn h. nk.
l,o for over thliteen years, and thousands ol
full to??t. X.2"".Jlv R?,-P"d. ! directions In
It Address ' r cenu PMkee i "r. f0,
No. fcwi'ineatrswt.bt. Louis. Mo.