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OFFICE: No. 13 Tontk Stroot. Thornton's Building.
SATURDAY EVENING, MAItCH 5, 1870.
JOHN H. OJBERLY & CO
Tliu tioroiiado of forty-iiluo colorcil
pcraoua tendered to R. F. Rutljr Satur
day nlht, la announced ns the begin
lug of a movement to elect Unit worthy
to nrefililency. Truln for I&7U; Utitler
Tlioiialo ofcailetshlpH is not the only
tralllo of the radical congrenUien. The
last clause of the Mth amendment pro
vldos that "Congress may, ty a two
thirds vote, remove huoIi dlnal)llllles."
Evpry onso Jn a while a bill Is passed un
der thlH provision,, naming certan per
sons as "relieved of their disabilities."
To got one's name In such a measure Is
inite a desideratum to a Houthem man
desiring to hold ollluo. It Is Hald that
$100 Is frequently paid for the Insertion
ofn name lit one of these bills paid di
rectly to thecarpet-b:it!gers from the dis
trict In which tho applicants live. A
bill rellevlnir all persons from political
disabilities would close up this fruitful
sources of revenue nnd prollt, and hence
It cannot be patced.
Tho proposed new constitution of
TenncDco contains the following:
"Sua ii. Jo person who denies, tlio
beliitf of Ut,d, or a future statu of ruwurds
nnd punishment, shall hold any ofllco
In the civil department of this state."
Inasmuch as this Is a religious test by
which Atheists, uud, perhaps, Mime eot
of misli would be excluded, It U In direct
antagonism with the constitution of the
United States. The latter Instrument
contains the words, "but tio religious
teat shall ever bo required as a quallllva
tlou to any otllcu or public trust under
tho United States." It Is proposed,
however, to tinker the federal constitu
tion Into harmony with that of Tennes
see. A convontlon meets In Pittsburg
this month for the purpose, and a Judge
of the United State Supreme Court Is at
the head of tho movement.
VMto , III,. FUur) . I
1'rcseut his Honor tho Mayor and
Councllmen Uarclay, Jorgcnseu, Mar
tin, O'Calluhau, Heardun and William
There being a quorum present the
Chair announced the readiness of the
Hoard to proceed to the transaction of
business, whereupon the Clerk luld be
foru the Hoard the returns of the late
charter election for members of tho
Select Council, upon an examination
whereof It appear that in tho
I'.niel Arter fur tlir Kele t Counwl from (lie
tily t largo rcdrrd JlJiutr.
Herman Mhjit for blert Coutitll linhi
kecond Wnl r-;ricl-..... lnoti.
Daniel Arte, for the twlret Council, til) at
Urjt reeet "
HS Taylor rriT.U... ..- lot-
W It smith reled .-... ........... I Mit-
! w Uarf lay, for Hwt Oum frami tue
hefoud Ward ree,td . IM'otr
CW Dunnm rreeiTrd - - - sii
Darnel Arter f ir tho Helert (Vwwll, oy n
Ljiire. recrn-d ....... Q '
ioi m who.
lunfel Arter for tlia Celer. Count II, dty at
Large, rrirJ....-.... .. 2u rule
Whereupon, Councilman Jorgeusen
Introduced and moved the adoption of
the following resolution:
Roiolvcd, that a committee of two be
appointed to ouqulre Into tho qualifica
tions of the members elected to serve in
'.ho Select Council for the ensuing mu
nicipal year. Adopted.
Tho chair then appointed as such com
mittee, Councllmen Williamson and
iim'oiiT ok coMwrriii: on claims.
Tho Commlltco on Claims to whom
was referred tho bills of
I'Kw.Mioy forhaulinir. fur that city.. IT J
Mt-.imrl'iirif larbindiuK.eic., fur Hi vitjr , i ft
( It Wmnlward for rail. plk, etc., fur t M M
The Mcrhau, IUuIIur fur rllj ...., M Ti
Joa Jlfii lfl fvr uii'ln" fnrjiland-ity uitieei, :1 '"J
t'Air i CityGa.t-i for Kna.uuuiurmal in 'nil
lamps m January, ls" . l' V
IlSiiu'lii Color .pike fur t)luc J.. i iluk
' f0i4 4t0
Jleporteil the samo bade recommend
ing their allowance,
On motion tho report was received,
and tho several bills allowed, viz:
Ayes Harclay, Jorgonsen, Martin,
O'Callahun, Itearden, Wlllltun.on 0.
Tho clerk then presented bills of John
I. Fagln forprlntlngcouncll proceedings,
charter amendmonl pamphlets, notice
for re-assessment foratreet filling, ordin
ances, tux receipts, blanks for city olll
cers, etc, amounting to $S30,ll); and hill
or John II. Obarly fc Co., for printing 20,
000 letter sheet circulars and LWO jtatn
phlcts, etc., lor Committee on Munu
iuotliikc establishments, amounting to
r250 '-!! which ullis woro sovoraiiy auowea
jytjjo fQlJowing votoj
Ayetf jjaruiay, jdikl'iisuii, i"iiiini
Tbo ordinance Commltto to whom was
heretofore referred, to tho potltlon of
John Keoler, in rotation to discharging
lire-arms, reported an ordinance amend
lug section No. 217 of an ordldauco to
adopt the ordinances of tho city of Cairo
as revised and collided, which ordinance
was passed to Its second reading. They
also reported au aniondmeut to Tho ex
isting ordinances In relation to tho Mar
ket Master, Assessor, Comptroller, City
Marshal anil Tollce, which ordinance
was also read the ilrst time, and passed
to its second reudlng
There1 being no further business, the
Council adjourned. John Hhow.v.
The Loss 61 the Oneida,
I'm rlh or I'artlciilarH of (he IN
UHlor, viit NiinlVniit'isco 1'rlmln
al hull ll'vi-unco on the iarl of (ho
KrKlsli .Nt!!imcr--50 Person
Saved 120 lilvox E-ot.
HncciM tMnrrh lit! tollio Ft. I,otl
Tin. Hottisfaetress arrived from Yoko-
i.itnv Mhn hrliu'rt tlto nartlcu
htrs of tho loss of tho United btatea
tit tut iniii niw.iitn. wtitnli lpfL Yokahoma.
January 23, homeward bound, about
iivn ti.m. The accident occurred at
seven tho same evening. The United
states Minister vtsiieu iter in uio tore
noon and received tho usual salute.
The gun were reloaded In the expecta
tion of a Russian gunboat salute by tho
Delong, which, however, did not salute,
so tho guns were left loaded, On her
steaming out of the harbor the crews of
men at work In port gavo her three cheers
and wished her a prosperous voyage.
On passlngoutoflho harbor tho flres
were hanked and steam blown oil". About
seven o'clock, while the olllcers were at
dinner, tho lookout sung out, 'steamer
lights ahead!" Tho midshipman gave
order to port tho holm. Everything
seemed still on board tho other steamer
which led to the belief that thoy did not
observe lite Oneida, although lights
wore burning brightly. The steamer
proved to bo the l'eiinlnsular and Orien
tal steamer Ilombay, which camo right
on and ran into the Hturboard abaft the
gangway, aboutf half way between the
main ami tul..cn rigging, cutting a hole
through which the whole Interior be
came visible, aud carried away tho bin
nacle, wheel aud ruddCr. Two men at
the wheel were killed on.t he spot. The
shlti Is a total wreck.
'in, ltombav didn't ston.
tlif.t Kfwiitiitiitft In Iki lrifulml
Innllmul ll.ir nttl.lltlflll Utlll brlllLf liPT
back. Orders were given to lower tho
boats". There was only one avalllablo
lire-buat; tho others were crushed. The
life-boat was manned by Dr. Luddard,
the boatswain and llfteen of the crew
going ahead. Five guns Ilred. Hefore
the sixth fired the vesi-el sunk; the
whole occured ten minutes after the col
lision; none of tltosu saved saw a man
or heard a voice aboard of tho Hombay.
When there was evidently no hope of
savin tho ship, tho ollleers gathered
around Captlan Williams. lie was
heard tosav "If the ship went down he
would go with her." The life-boat was
(il.lk'wl (o have the shin to avultl-belng
swamped by her.
After pulling aooui mr a wniie, mo
crew of the lifeboat seeing none of the
crow lloatlng not one or the hundred
and sixty who w'etit down-they unwil
lingly bent their boat's head landward,
about llvo miles distant. On lauding
the natives treated thum kindly, and
having obtained the assistance of a
guide, they .started to walk to Yokoha
ma, which they reached at daylight the
next morning The Hombay was Inline-
tllateiy oruercti 10 me scene 01 me
wreck, and .succeeded in saving thirty
nine of the men, who had got in the
cutter,' which lloated when tho ship
went down. Several other vessels pro
ceeded tr the coene of tho disaster dur
ing the day- On board wero Ministers
DeLoug and Uecktnorc. whose lives
u'n'rn iilll'nil Till! .1 It tin 11 1'Nfl IO Vl! Til til II t
sent boats and apparatus to search for
tho wreck and If necessary to buoy tho
The passengers of tho nombay were
quite surprised when they heard tho
calamity that had befallen tho vessel
. . . ..A 1 t .1 ....111.
lliey MriICK, oui ticctare ine.v ueiuier
Imnril Hiiv reouest from tlto Onedla to
stay by them, or minute guns. Af naval
eouri nas oeeu tieiuuiiuuu u.v uiu t.iuiiiii
of tho Hombay. The Oneida' comple
ment of ofllcers anil men numbered one
hundred and seventy-six. Only llfty
sl.x, Including Dr. T.uddard and. Junior
ollleers, survive tho disaster.
Millions Tor Defense.
For I'liss nnd EValiicrr. Nothing.
' Ki !! tin- fii!i(.. pu.t ;
One of tho nractical results of a bill
recently Introduced In tho House or Hep
retoutatlves by tho Military Committee.
of which Cien. Logan, of Illinois, is
chairman on which account tho meas
ure Is frequently called "Logan's hill"
will off to muster out of service between
four and live hundred ollleers. Jlonoo
millltary circles at Washington aro ex
crcled uiion.tlio &ubjeer, luuj protest
(hat this featuro of tho nlll Is unjust, tho
understanding always having obtained
that a position in tlto army is for during
Wo beg to say that if this has been
tho understanding, It hud better give
way to a bolter understanding. The
vory fact that there aro soveral hundred
ollleers at Washington now, cutting
around In all tho glitter of gilt buttons
uutl sk-bluo clothes, is a demonstration
or tio necessity or Logan's bill. If there
wero any necessity for them in tho army
they would not bo in Washington. Htone
wall Jackson Is dead. Leo Is teaching
school. The formidable wooden guns
that erst frowned on the political metro
polis and kept a hundred thousand so.
diem and Innumerable brigadiers daucr
lug, at tendance at tho national capital,
have lorn; eIiico missed Into klndllne-
wo'ni nun niiumi-. ii iiiuiu is unv id
I .....I ......!..' It .1. l. ...... .
wars liiagiiiiieeiiity stern array on ino
banks of tho Potomac, It Is till at
tho hotels aud saloouu. 41 sil Us and
feathers, ami nothing also.
Among tho many valuahlo lessons
taught by tho lato war, nono was grander
that) this: Tfiat tho suro defence of a
great republlo Is the citizen soldiery.
Tho volunteers werq 1110 saviors or tno
nation. It is true that there wero many
ofllqers who hail been In tho regular 1
arniy, who becamo, rut military
leaders, Hut if the regular army hud 1
need largo, aiut nau utvuieu proportion
ately aH It did divided, wo doubt wheth
er tho result would have been a victory
for the right. Lot this ho ns It may, tho
demonstration .is complete that the
Hafoty of the nation lies In the citizens.
Now that reconstruction Is about prac
tically completed, uud that tho Indians
aro giving little trouble, there Is no valid
reason against tno rctiucuon 01 1110 array
Especially is there no valid reason
against tho supernumerary ofllcers.
They aro an expeii9lvo luxury with
which the neonlo aro willing to dispenne.
Millions for defense, but not ono tit
for tribute, was a democratic motto i
tho years gone by. Let It bo changed to
millions for defense, but not ono cent fur
fuss and fcatherH, by tho passago of
Logan's bill. Until some one can glvo a
reason which will stand tho test of a
candid crutlny, Why Homo llvo hundred
able-bodied men should bo paid more
than a million dollars annually fordoing
notlilntr but wear their uniforms, the
case must bo regarded as closed against
ornament, anil in ravor of economy.
The Alaska Purchase.
Im (hero lobe tin I'lipItmsaiidiosH
with (ho litiHMinn liar?
WiulilDKton 'March 1st,) CorrMpandcnco oftlt New
1 urn ncr.iu.j
There has been a irood deal said and
written recently about tho fact that M.
Cutitcay, tlto new Itusslan minister here,
has made a "demand" upon our govern
ment for Interest due on account of fail
ure to pay up tho purchase money ut tho
time llxetl by the treatv, aud a shrewed
ellbrt Is being made to complicate the
mutter by mixing it up with the long
talked of claim or 1'crklns, about which
there has been some diplomatic corres
pondence. Now, the truth Is that Mr.
Catscazy has not made a "de
mand" at all. 'lite plain story is this:
The Alaska treaty stipulated that the
purchase money should bo paid by our
government ten mouths after the ex
change or ratlucatlotiH, which occurred
on June 20, 15GS. Hut congress oulv
made tho necessary appropriation on
July 2.3, 1863, or three mouths and five
days after the time fixed by the treaty.
When tho itusslan government, there
fore, received tho original amount with
out three months' Interest It was tint sat
isfied. It said, "We hove tierformed
strictly our part of tho obligation, hut
you, Mr. Jonathan, have not. On the
very tiuy simulated in tno treaty wo
turned over the nureliashed terrltorv to
your dominion, but. vou delayed payment
10 us lor tnreo tnuiuus, ami now you do
not offer t pay interest."
Arriving ut this conclusion tho czar's
government deliberated upon what
cour.o would be best to pursue. It was
thought reasonable and friendly uot to
luaKa a demand upon us jusi ai mat
lime, so that the thing w&a postponded
until M. Catacazy was appointed to suc
ceed i J.i ron moccKi nero as tno ambas
sador or Kusala. M. Cutacazy, It Is said,
was Instructed merely to call the atten
tion or our government to the omission
In paying interest due on the Alaska pur
chase ni'iney, which luterest would
amount to about j'JoOOOO. The Itusslan
government considered that thh would
be more acceptable to us than wero a
formal "demand" to be made. M. Cata
cazy obeyed I1L1 instructions, and In the
most delicate manner suggested that his
imperial master would bo pleased to
have the spoudullx forthcoming with
out further unnecessary delay. It Is
said that our government responded to
this suggestion by .Secretary Fish calling
M. Catacazy's attention to the fact that
some of our citizens had unliquidated
claims against Itussla which It would he
well to consider beforo having any
further talk about unpaid Alaska Inter
The point, therefore, divested of all tho
mystification thrown around it by tho
lawyers and scribblers, would seem to
I. Whether our government, having
dolaycd payment of money stipulated by
solemn treaty beforo the day appointed
is In honor bound to nay interest for the
period embraced within tho delay, and.
2. Whether, supposing our government
to be liable to payeuoh interest, itis com
petent to refuse payment thereof until
claims of our citizens against Russia are
liquidated. In other words, nave wo the
right to violate treaty stipulation under
the pretext, real or pretended, of en
forcing claims of our citizens?
In answer to tho Ilrst question, fair
doaliug would seem to dictate that wo
ought to pay interest to the Itusslan
government. Had tho purchase money
been paid promptly on the day It was
due, the Russian goverumentassuredly
would have had the use of tho money
from that date, and benefited by tho
interest accruing thereon,
And the response to tho secoud point
woud seem to be equally in favor of
Russia. The Perkins claim nor any
other should stand In Hie way of fulfil
lug our treaty obligations to the letter.
The creditor our government abroad de
mands this, K no other reason exists.
Our government claims that Pcrklus'
claim Is a Just one. That czar's govern
ment, having examined it pronounce it
a swindle ab initio usrjuc ml fnctn. There
Is a perfect contrariety of views. Hut
what should that havo to do with the
Alaska business? Tho two things are
entirely distinct. Russia and tho United
State made a- bargain. Russia perform
ed her part, Wo ncgleoted oura, That
lu tho utory In a nutshell. Woowcsome-
11., 1 1 ....... I. lt....
tiling yet, aim 11 wu inn iu uy 11, iiteru
Is Homo probability, as I am Informed, (
thut tho Russian bear will proceed from
mlltl suggestions to stern demands. Are
wo prepared to go to war with Russia .
about u quarter of a million of dollars, 1
when wo fear to measure strength with 1
deorepit Spain to win a Jewel (en thou- 1
Hand times more valuable? Will I'rc- ;
mlerKIsh keep his "hack up" against tho
Cossack while ho bows down boforo the
haughty Castlliun? j
Nimniix nuATit whims at i'iiavkii.
Kraut the 11 lHUIa Courier, March 1st. '
ft (s our- painful duty to record this I
morning a sudden and singular, yet lu
thoeyoof tho Christian, blessed death.
The Reverend I'hincasHIackiuar, for the I
past year pastor of tlio Prcsbytorlau
Cuurcli orTonawanua, on Tuesday, paid
a visit to South Wales, in this country,
where lit had been stationed provlous to
his appointment at tho former place.
During tho evening, at prayer meeting
or tno l'resDyicnans or Boutu wnies, .sir.
Blackmar, whllo engaged lu loading tho
exercises, had proceeded through a por
tion of a ferveraut prayer, suddenly fell
forward, and sad to relate, upon being
raised by tho persons who went to his
asslstoiico lie was discovered to bo dead.
It Is supposed his highly wrought feel
ings at meeting so many of his old frleds
and parishioners and tho extraordinary
fervercnt appeal ta tho Throno of Graco
in which 110 was cngageu at tno time,
overcame and produced tho shock which
resulted in i;:s ueatn.
Deceased was aged sixty-two years, and
was, wo aro Informed, a native of Con-
nnecticut, anu wituoui latniiy or rcla
tlves iu this city.
rUCKRIKfjEL, EwiJHRRY & CO.,
PRACTICAL MARBLE WORKERS,
and Importer! of
Italian Mnrblr, Hcolclt Urnnltr, lUc.
W.ircrooin.1 nnj Work-shop car. 3d A fit. Ann mm.
Monuments Vmilt. flrnreHlnnpt. Mintlr I'lilmb-
lot;, rtc.. rifciitr-l Willi nuwrlor workinnnMilr. nt
lfi price. Knull.li, O'crmnii and llfbrr letter
ln! drin in Ihe lie: tjio( mnrlilo (indmnlto Hjrurn
lij tho licit sculptor of Kuropn lnipnrti-d, nnd nil
utirk guaranteed. Kor de.ianf, npply to
CAllli ),. TllOMAB, Ascnt
j;in nun ir. timiret'iann commercial vc.
"1ITY ATJ"'AL IIAXK.
W. I. 1IALLIDAV, PreiltWnti
A. II. HAFKOHD, Cliltr,
WAI.TKIl IIYSl.OI', Anliliint Catlilcr.
H. STAATSTATLOIt, I W. I. HAI.MPAT,
SCOTT WIIITK, UOIIT. II.,CD.NMNOHAM,
GEO. P. WILLIAMSON', HTIM'UUN' IllltP,
A. 11. aAri-oiit'.
Exehauge, Coin, aud United States lloutls
Bought mill Hold.
DriKniU iiecavtd, and a Oentral Hanking
rpilK FIRST NATIONAL HANK
IIUIll), I KOBT. W. .MIM.KIl
I'rraidrnt. I VUi'-rrcfidt'til.
C. A'. IIL'OIIKS, Co-liler.
Collrctiiiiis I'toiiiptly Attended (0.
Uicliangr, Coin, Dank Nolca anil United
33oucb.t ATirl Sold.
Interest Allowed ou Tlmo Deposit).
W. II.Morrli. II. II. Caiulca.
AND KB ii MORRIS,
Notaries Public and Insurance Aleuts.
OFFICE Xo. 71 Ohio Lrttt, CVfy National
Hank liuUdiug. dcc21tf
MEItCHATS Ins. Co., of Chicago
CAPITAL AND ASKTS 8 KU0,7a 11
SECUIHTV Ins. Co., of Xcw York
t'AI'ITAL AND AS&KTS ....8l.?:t J,H 10 00
COMMERCIAL In. Co., of Chicago
CAPITAL AND AH3KTH 310,010 31
INDEPENDENT Ins. Co., or Roston
CAPITAL AND AS.SKTS 8 .150,000 00
SANtiAHO Ins. Co., of Spriuirlleld
CAPITAL AND ASSKT3 9 !4ao,oa7 S3
AURORA Ins. Co., of Aurora, 111.
CAPITAL AND ASSKTH 8 aiO.OHU II
STATE Flro Ins. Co., or Clovclnml, ().
CAPITAL AND ASdrTW S3 1,030 Ob
J. N. kaiiii:x V CO., AkIk,
eiVII. (her Kir. t Nutionnl IlinW,
JIIRE AND MARINK INSURANCE
NIAGARA, NUW YORIC;
ASSKi 8i,i:tu,uio ao
QKRMANIA, NEW YORK;,
HANOVER, NEW YORK;
A."iK,TS ....7J,7tti. 12
REPURLIC, NEW YORK;
ASSKTd ....7ll,0a.l 0
CompriKlnKllic Unde rurller Agmry.
YONKEIW, NEW YORK;
A&SI"I -..8S7S.1U 13
ASSKTS 13,103 !1 3
KI REMAN'S FUND, 8AN FRANCISCO
AfWKTri, (Ool,)...07,000 01)
SECURITY, NEW YORK; (Marine.)
asskts 8M3a,Hi oo
HtorH, dwelling, furniture, ImlN and enrioei
iakUred ut rate h fiivurutlv afc iilind perinunecl
reurlty will wttrriint.
1 rcuj'ucll'ully aikf tllQcltueiM of Cairo, u iharenf
their imlroimuc. .
liovcir ' 0. N. 1IU0HFA' .
f ' Olttce nt Klr.t NiitloiialHank.
TRATTON A BIRD,
(Succesfon to Slralton, Iludion k Clark;,
Grocers and Commission jrcrckHt, .
. Agents 01 'H
American lonler Co., nnd MnnnfactlircniT't
Arcilla fur Cotton vh p""
Arcilla for Cotton Yarns.
ocn-oSlnf 07 ohla Icc, n,lro ,n
J M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Succejjors io K. B. Hendricks 4 Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission Merchant '".
HITAUFIIUAT t'JtUIHIl7TOltH 'f
Otvlx-O - - - XXll33.olM.:
Liberal Advance Mnde on Coruignmentt.
m prepared to reelre, alorc or forward Iroiohla to
ill ridlnl. ! lillV A, .aII n i ni.MMl..ln 1 1 . I .
1. I I r.Y ii kvuiiuisiiuii, vuaiavnB ai-
flnAaaiaaa n tII- n.- aw . i ' ff
AWI l ,vi. AM
Ucavral Commission Mcrchaat.' 1
CAJ"0.y ILLINOIS '
H IIOJ,j:.N.ir,E GROCER,,
I'ltUUUK A.MJ COMMM.mON
A'o. "C OA to Levee,
Special attention tiren to consignments and frillnr
ROAT STORES, GROCERIES AND PRO ,
HO Oliio Ijoi7oo,
nt Vntro, Illinois.
FLOUR .MERCHANT AND MILLERS1'""'
3fo. HO Olilo I.evor, Cairo, Illtiiola.'
Onlen jollcited and j.romtitly and .MlslaUorllj
' :t'rt l ift
DYA8 t. PAnxnn. JoirN n. fiiilms.. jLJ
3ARKER & PIIILL1S, ::1 -ilT
Oeneral , -)k
Commission and Fonrarillng MerchiHti'
And Dealer m - r-lttnt
liny. Corn, Onla, lirnn, iinil nil KludaVl
I'ro.lnro, " ' i
OHIO I.BVEE .CAIIty, ILL., ''ft1
apl cllf I ctll
I. D. AVKH3.
YERS & CO.,
I n I.' I
09MM ISSIOK MKItCIIAXT ..
.TO. 133 flliln r.v. nilltn .: l.
E. J. AyKItS.'i
marlTdtf - -VZ
Dealer In Grocerion, Lltne, rialr Parla, PlatUra i
Hair, Cement. "I"
3D 3. xml e 9
In bulk, always on hand. Corner Elchth slreeia '
Ohio Lveo, Cairo Illinois. tnylsJtf,
JOHN W. TltOVKR & CO.,
BROKERS AND EXCHANGE DEAIRS
Kighlli atteet, nooond door frum Com. Ato.,
(treat Rrllaln, I Sotitlieni (Jprmany,
.wtlioru Gcriiiitny, SiTcden,
AIo, PuiRe Tirkets from
Liverpool, JaxuIoii, Havre, Anitotrp, Bremen
and Hamburg, io New York,
Or to any point Wait.
BirColloctlons tnvleon any point in Knrop.
JOHN W. TROVKIl & CO.,
Real Estate, lioiul aud Stock Hrokert.
Will attend fo tlie payment of State, Omntrand City
Txi'. nnd all biKlnen pertainlnir 10 a OK.NKKAL
Kiqiitii Stiikkt, seeonddoor from Com. Ave.,
diH-'jmdtr Cairo, III.
1-10 OMMHltClAI. AVHNCK,
luKJIIolt A- Ilaytliornea llnot and Shoo ritort,
aUrCuttiuK done n hort notice, martdt
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
H ALLEY'S OIIAltTnlt O A KM " '
STOVE STORK ' "
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Coiipcr, Tin niid Sheet Iron
T O 23 23 X 3V Gr SB; O,!3
No. It'.O WAMUXOrOX AVXNVX,. , , 4
(AboTe the Market llou.e.) 'i- w
." Kootlnx, Gutterintr, Kpoiilin and DteainboM Work
donouiKiiial mid uUttiinl uiantivr,. at liorinu-,,
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