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1 " '" ''If J oettttta OFFICE: No. 13 Tenth Street. Thornton's Building. DAILY EDITION MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 14, 1870. JOHN H. OBERLY & CO v" POLITICAL PARAGRAPHS? ' 4jr'Qvcr thirty yeonsorvoUvo clubs" havo been organized In Soutli Carolina. '; ' - Butler remarked privately to a fricud that If ho had dared to ay "shoo lly" to ' Ui6 ' 'forty-nlno negroes , ylR proposed blm for the presidency, his feelings upon the ocaslon would havo been adequately . i During the cadetshlp quarrel In tho House, NlblacW .ntover to poor Whit temfcro.Wd'safd, 'Wll tolLyou, Vhltto- more, how'. you can stood your Bcai in eime of tllein.''1 ''How?'' enRorly. BHkod W. I f ... I I t XT 1 1 . t 1. HmAI uaW... democrat to contest It." "dolladay,'' "says tho 27. Y. Evening 'Post,'" has mado a great blunder by bit) two-ponny Middling of a cadetshlp; if he had done a btir thing nucli ru get ting a salt monopoly, as McCarthy of Syracuse, has done, out of congress, no could havo made hlmcelf not only rich but respectable." Tho Chicago 'Times' think that If wo could Hiibslltuto respectable negroes, like Itovels, in tho houalo for Yates, and Chandler, and Sumner, ami Sherman, and Drake, and men of (hat class, what Is the''uppor' briueli," congress would havo a thlnnlugout ol Hmall aud mean men of windy sneclca that would make the national legislature less disreputable'.' Says tho'Trlbuno of New York, the IJnf falo 'Commercial' should not admit to its editorial columns writers who know no better than to assert the, 'Tribune' onco 'alylcd tho national doltfi national bless Ing." Will somebody Inform us who wo the author of tlfarpoctlc saying? Wm It Jay Cook, or Ueudral Grarilf Bo long as tho country was busy making tho debt, plenty pc6plo would, willingly havo confessed Us. t authorship. Jtilt now, tvlien It Is a question of paying A direct proposition to stun" the ballot boxes Is proved upon the republican, party in Indiana, In Julian's district. AJudgoof tliecrlinlnaf pnurt, itls shown, was, a party to tho fraud. Recti Memo craC) was elected, but Julian obtained a nominal majority by throwing out one of tho polls at Itiohmond, on the ground of illegality, and also charged that the bal lot box had been stuffed, although it was fn charge of two republican Judges. Two of the Judges nt tho Richmond south poll have made aflldaylU a,lo.tlie offers that were- made them by Julian and his per sonal friends to eccuri the election, uuiy for what ho orders. Tltu rooms are largo and clean, fu'ruWhed l ltn the best obeds and betid In', whllo all other tVu- tare of the wtt&blfohiuent arc arranged with an especial oyp ( tl j-omfort and convenience f the ptieats. "Jafltf r- - i To Tax-Pnyria Parties owing State, Counjy and dis trict School taxes, iiiu-tt If. tliey would flivo cost, pay them on or before thc2Sth day of March, as on that duy I shall idarton my tour , through tjio country precliicU,and nhall be absent; two weeks. Immediately on my return I shall -THE CITV CO L'.VC'I L. S-lOn) , ; .1 .j , . , OUlr-.UIIotnt.-IUidltOOi.HTO. Special Joint Mooting of the City Council, called for tho purine of organ r' zing under tho new Board. . 'Pont--H!8 'Hon; Mayor Wilson nnd and Councllmen Arter, Baiclny, Jorgen ton, Meyer nnd O'Callahan 5; aud Aldermen ..rankle, ,Carrollr Flt2gurald, Kennedy, Klob,Lolir, Lonorgati, McKee, Mendel, Walder, Wliiter-11. Alderman MclCtjp ros6 to a point of or der, and stated that under previous or der of lho City Council, Mr. Winter wns declared not eligible Act his seat' n n member of this Hoard, hud that lio'6b Jcctcd to his name being placed uponjthb roll until tho order ahoyo refurredo.vvaa rescinded by proper authority; ami mov ed that the City Couu61I now In Joint1 Sesslou convened, proceed tosettlo tho question whether tho City Council in .Joint Session, o'r the two branches of theCounolt acting separately, should do cido.the question of oilglbllj', of their members. Lost Alderman Brunklothen moved thuttho City Council take a recess, and that each . Board meet separately tq tako into con sideration tho qualifications nnd pass upon tho eligibility of their members' 'owly elected to their own Hoard. Car rled-by-r unnnlmouaf'vole. .iUr)on' rjassembirug at the council chamber bp.roll wasordorcd called, with ' the following result; Atter,,J.orfieineu?JMeyci- jO'Cnllabnur: " BrahklV, 'CaupIIi' FttxseniUI, Kepni'dy, KlebLobrrJojoigrinrMcKee, Metldei, Walder, Wuiter-15. " The Clerk then presented tho., official bonds of Michael JambiluUltv Mar- ahKl, nnd John Browii', CI.'l'lQf.k, which were, on mollou, approved arju ordered .1 filoil. , ' ' ' . . " mi. - AY At1 ,1... nil Innwnnfl X' ' JomnJb'kown, City Clerk.. '! ' " " ', i ! mi' NliLIXI COITNC1X. ... , (Special Meeting") Cairo, March 1Mb., lbTO, Special raeetlnff of tho Sclecf Council held '.for. the purpose of deciding tho eligibility or tho candidates newly elect, ed m members of the Select Council . Prcsont Ills Hon. tho Mayor, and Councllmcn Arte:, Joi-gdnsen, Meyer aud O'Calluhun-l. Tho. Clerk presented tq the Council tho aflldHYUf. of Daniel Arter as member of tho Sejcct ,Councll frohi tho City at 'Large', Herman Meyer as a member of tho Select Council from i,Uo First Ward, and 1. V. Barclay member of tho Select Council from ,lhq Second Ward, each eottlug forth that they possess tho. qualifications required by tho city charier, which, lmvlngbceii examined by Uiu Council, nnd bciug advised us to tlioj quallflcntlous of tho several parties ap plying for admittance as members of Hie belect Council, It was, on motion, declar ed that Daniel Arter, I. W. Barclay nntl Herman Meyer were cllgibluand entitled to their scats in this body. On motion adjourned. Jon.v Bitow, City Clerk. iioa iti or alii;ioik;v. ..-.... . r ('iicMiil MctllnK.!) Cairo, ntInolf,i:rrlilMh, ISTO. Special meeting of tho Board of Alder men, held for tho purpose of passing upon and deciding tho qualifications' nnd eligibility of tho members nowly elected to that Board. Present Glial rm a u Carroll, and Alder men Brnnklc, Fitzgerald, KIcb, Kenne dy, ItoUr, Txincrgau, rcKee, Mendel, Walder, WIntcr-10. A motion was mado to grant a seat to Mr. Henry Winter, nsu member of this Board. Lost. A motion that tho Chair appoint a committee of two to confer with Mr. Wiiitcras to his oliclbllltv and renort In. stnnter, was carried. The Chair, appointed as such commit- Ux, Aldermen McKce and Walder, which committee, after inquiring into tile matter charged to them, presented' me rouowing report; CSIro. JUrol. l(lfl-7'. TtJHoiioVMo lUiini of AMtrmfn of llic City of Your committee who wore charced with lho duty of cxamlnlnir Into the eligibility of Mr. Henry winter, beg leave to report: ' That tho tald Jlonry Winter has made iiflliluvlt liofumn nolarv nublln Unit hn U pos?es.scd of , all necessary qualifications , Firrther, In corroberntlon of r aid afll davit, tho books of tho City Treasurer Uh,qw eight oU In the city of Cairo cu- icreii 111 nc name 01 ueiiry anci wiuiam Winter. John W. MoKkk, "' 3 Isaac Wai.dkk. ItecelVed aud adopted. A motion was then mado to rescind previous action of this Board relative to tho declaration of Mr. Byruo's election as a member of tho Board of Aldermen, nnd that Mr. Henry Winter be now de clared tbo duly elected uud qualified member to represent tho city from tho Second Ward. Adjoured. Jno. W. McKi:rc, Clerk pro teni. ifc'XJ .iu- The Army. ,f. KH.UI " ', One-unit oflln Officer. - - " 0i; . , u star.-Loti x fen kxvuhiu During tho dl'scuslou of tho army ro ductlon hill, last week, aeneral Logan madon masterly ellbrt In Its favor, fiup porthlg his position by facts and reason ing that aro unanswerable and conclu sive. Wo present below such portions of his speech ns wo cau And room for: . Ho characterized tho present organiza tion of tho army as exceedingly clumsy nnd unwarrantably cxfienSiivi;. Tho kU(1" of tbu American army of 37,000 men was m large ',tho MaH' of the French nrmofCOO.ooutriMi, arid ns largo aathottaft'of tho Russian army of 600,000. Tim atail corps of tho Amcricau army In ISO", consisted of 330 officers, nnd In 1809, of 003. Iu 1S00 thosoqIUcero were mostly Llehtenahts and Cajitnlns, now they aro all Mnjors, Lieutenant Coloufils, Colonels and Brigadier Gonorals. Tho proportion of otllcera to men In tho American army was ono commissioned oftlcer to every ten men, aud ono non commissioned, officer to every six men. In tho French, English, Prussian aud other European armies, the. estimate was twenty to each commissioned officer. Russia, with un army of 800,000 men had a stall" corps of 300 ('dicers j Prussia, with &O0,OOO, a atafl' corps of only 100; Austria, withoOO.OOO, n BtafT corps of 105; Italy the same, nu Fanco 6S0 Btatl'oftl cers: ahdyof, "if anybody undertook to pruno this larKestatr corps, he, was de iiouDced'all over tho country 'ass making, war upon men who won victories for the cnuulfVrr 1 - T "llCiiruiWmled.tue Idea of pultlug Major Qeueral.a'hdiBrlgadtor Generals at tho Wafl'of tho',imtorma9ter ami commis sary dejart;neuta, where their duties vere to be judges of boots aud hats aiUl bean' soihk IjiURhter.l Ttio pay do- partmutwaaiUroly to large. U not commjsgary.. uud piy departments, wcro 'consolidated, and then the men nald by' seVceftnts,; and., civilians, who drew pay'as clerks., tHe then explained. 1: and enforced' tIio"pr6prlety of tle third," k and enfor i fourth anil fifth sections, which provided tnattue omces or uenerais anu ijteuten ant General shall continue until a va caricy Bhall occur, siud no longer, and that there shall bo only three Major Gen erals and six Brigadier Generals after tho 1st of September 1870. to be selected .y tuo rrcstucni wiinouc regaru to senority; othern to bo musterdd out of service. Ho cursorily explained the succecdlnir sec Hons. The sixth section provides that Quartermaster Generals, Generals of subsistence, Chief of Ordinance, Chief of Englneors, raymasier uenerais, eurgi" t shall have th? rank nnd pay of a colonel hut that the ,presont Incumbents may continuo In their offices at that ranlc Thosoventh section trlvcs ono year's nav and allowanco to all ofilccrs mustered out under tho bill. Tho eighth section re peals tho sixteenth section of tho number of ofilccrs on the retired list of the army to soven per cent, of the wholo number of existing officers, the number to bo retired to oe wiuiin tne discretion of tho President, except that tho wholo numoor retirou is not to exceed ju. xuo ninth section abolishes brevet rank, and forbids tho assumption or.tuo title or wearing of n uniform of a higher rank than that rank actually held. Tho elec tion forbids army officers to hold civil ofllcof whether by election or appoint ment. Ho' referred In Uiat connection to the caso of General BUtterfleld, dis missed from civil servlco for his connec tion with L'old onneratlons in New York as 110 said, butstlli boldlug tuo rank or colonel in tho army, and not courtmar tialed. Henco the tno things were in compatible. Tho fourteenth section regulates tho pay of ofilccrs. In explaining tho ne cessity for it, Mr. Logan mado a state ment as to tho effect of tho present sys tem' 6f making allowances for forage, rations, atrarters. etc. The pay proper oftho ucuoral of tho army was 4,800, but he actually received from Govern ment for pay and allowances $19,278. Tho modo or figuring up these allowances ho novcr could make out Tho nay proper of a JJcutcnant General was $3,240; but the amount actually drawn was $14,118. Tho nay proper of a Major General was 52,010; but the amount drawn by Goneral Halleck was $0,002; by General Meade. 59,342; by General Thomas, 59,624: by General Hancock, $9,735; and by Gen oral Soholleld, $7,432. He did not understand why these dlf ferencefl were, but the reason assigned in Gen. Scholleld'a caso was that ho had not been reported as druwiuc any com-' mutation. Thepnyproner of a Briga dier General was !f,4bS, but they actually drew $7,42S. The committee proposed to fix the pay of offiQcrajleilnltely as fol lows. In lieu of the pay proper and all sortMof commutations: General $12,000. Tho IIouso would recollect that tho Chief Justice received only $0,600 a year, As sociate judges ?u,uuu, tun Kpeaxer or tUe.Jiouso5S.ow, nnd vice rresident w, 000. It might be, he sald.thatthlssalary would be too small to permit of recep tions and entertainments, but ho did not think tho peoplo willing to bo taxed for any nuoll purpose. Lieutenant General, (10,000. It seemed to him that was a very good sal ary for a young man without family. Laughter. Major Generals, $7,&00; ll.ln.llnp fliMIOMl U (Wl. Pnlnn.L CI. 600; Lieutenant Colonels, $3,000; Majors, $2,600; Captains, mounted, $2,000; not mounted, i-i.wu; Adjutants, $i,tuo; itegi mental Quartermaster, f GOO; First Lieu tenant, mounted,$l,C00, not mounted SI, - not mounted, $1,100; Chapplain, $1,200; Aid de wamp to jiajor uenerai,iL"oo ad ditional; Aid de Camp to Brigadier Gen eral, $160 additional: Acting Assistant Commissary, $100 additional. Fuel and forage In kind to bo issued by tho Quar termaster's Department, as now allowed by law nnd regulations. Officers, when traveling under orders, and not furnish ed transportation, to bo allowed 10 cents a mile. Retired officers to recclvo 75 porcont. of the pay of tho rank on which they retired, In conclusion, Mr. Logan asserted that (hero could be saved by the bill in tho pay or olllcera atone ono anu one-half millions; aud, as to the saving In commutation, It was imposslblo to calculate It. His own estimate was that tho sa'vlng to be otiectcd by tli9 bill would approximate three millions. i RICES REDUCED. The South Wcteni Printing: ami I'uUlihlne Ato- cUiioiilut'vv 'omplPiHl arnuKt'iuriitit whereby "?y roenatltnl to.upplr mail lutucrlben, vitteriuugly, or in cluU, with the I.TjAin.VG JfAfJAZIXES AND WEEKLIES olrtil'l h-r' lowr.tolttli ritet either of thefolli Iuk ( "J 1'erloUirftU nt 13 ui per annum, tli; Un ti't MAiilue, llrrer'ii Weekly, Hrjr,,li Atlantic MoDthly; The UaUxy, lMtntin' JlAruii alrtil'I'Ier' lowr.tolttli rite either of the follow. unrp liit.ir. JlAiTJlitlP. Atmteton's Jou.wl. I.ippiacott'i MKiiine. Mick- oo.r, Krmk I,eli'i lllntratel MorUhlv, Frank l.plie'l muauauu j-w.papeT-, un ami jew, ine Chimney Corner, Health ami Jlunie. Kither uf tho followtnc !J l l'e rloJKnirat it 25, tii: OotlcT Ii.he' Itouk, Jlo.Umo ltemoreit'a Monthly, Tho l'lirenologca Journal. TliuOlluwint; f .' MlVrlo.li. ettta nlllf'O, tix. Tho ItlTeralile, rackani" Monthly, The 1 jJIr.' Friend. The fullo ing ti Ul rerioUieola a(t(ti'Tlu 'Die olectle tliigailne.'Krery Kiturilav, Tne Ivition. Ilia louowing puuiikikm hi hiiij, Tix: The rgung roiK, t. n, Antiur uome Aiajju- line, reteraan tixgaiino. .MinreM, tJ. W. Printing aii'l rutlWilnjf AxocUtlon, Car HoxlIO, Cincinnati, Ohio. DiaiSllm 31 AfSTi;it'S rAI., State of Illinois, Alexander County, in. Alrxat). der county urcuti conn. In the niatterof The Jllmoli Ceutrul lull Roxl va. .! . . .. . .1.11 I I.. ... 1 I m L . - .... l.lll . llanlel licnt anu imam i;urr. vu mil u in forco Vendor's tla. Ihihlmmtileela hereby siren, that iu puramnctt of a dtctetal order entered in the bIwyo etitled cati. in liidtourt, on IliaWtli day of July, A; l. 1801, uf the Julj term thereof, 1, JuhnQ. llarman, Slaoter in uiiwery ui " t-uumy.wui, ipne. cotulday of April, It. JsIO, at a oiockln tho forenoon bf aid iu, acll ai ptiblle auction (o tho ifihesUiidJert'5 ttheottth.wet"dorol llie eottrt house III the, City of CaliO, in lald'coun It. the follolnK decrlrxd real estate, ,lruute in- -the city of Cuiru, county of Alexander, and State r nii.ini. IA..UI Ijiil mimbefed Seventeen 1171 In Ulock nitnlrcd Ono (I) according to the re. CprdOd map pr pu ' nrwi. u(5euicr wu an mm 'imlsuljr tpe teneinenU and hereditaments tl(efe-. untp'oeWing. JOHN Q. HAltMAN, ,lIaitcrJa.Cliiiery. Onrroltt:, -JlJrClilllli, A. V. lTU. tnarlldtd . i ' I BARREL FACTORY. gARRELS. BARRELS OF ALE nd KINDS Licmor Kerxs of All Sizefl OH htifTof tnlklo;ordtri t lho Cniro Unrrcl Pc torr, fout of Kourlli atreor, Cairo, Ilia. inninuiEi on noil or 'in tone nt call. Support horn Ubor. Warchotiae, NATIONAL BANKS. itlTY NATKNAL BANK. OasJjco, XXLxxomt. CAPITAL $100,000 W. P. IIAr.IilDAV. President I A. II. HAFFOHD, Cathleri WALTKll HYSLOP, AnUtBnt'CftlihUr. I)lrelori. 8. 8TAAT8TATLOR: I W. P. HALL1DAT. HCOTT WJI1TK, HOirr. HCUNMN6HA GEO.D. W1LL1AMS0, IBTKI'MEN DIKI, A. 11. HAr FORD. Exeliange, Coin, and United States Bonds Oanght and Sold. Depotit Rtcewtd, and a General Banking Jiuttnesi Uqnaucud. deel'eMtf " T HE FIKST NATIONAL HANK or UANIRIi HURD, I HODT. W. M11I.MI j-reeineni. i ice-iTWuent. C.. IIVG11KM, Caihltr. Collcdlotis rromptly Attended to. . Exchange, Coin, Dank Sfotea and Uttlted Stalaa Securities, Souglxt and Soldi. Interest AllotTcd .or' Tims Deposits. febldtf " INSURANCE VT. II. Morris. II. II. Cande. O A DEE & 3IGIIRIS, Notaries I'sbllc tad Insnranco Arjcnts. Cnlro, ,HlJja.olw. OFFICE No. 71 OAto Levte, City National jiMKUHUdmg. Utflltr piUE AND .MARINE INSURANCE. COMrASIKMt NIAGARA, NEW YORK; AS8ETS-........l,l.-tS,9m lift GERMANIA, NEW YORK; AS.-J1TA..... 3I.O0H.0U1 7B HANOVER, NEW YORK; AlUKTS 726,7fla 13 REPUBLIC, NEW YORK; ASSnTS....7H,M3 O Oomprlilnglhe Underwriters Agency. YONKERS, NEW YORK; AMETS $8JB,44 is ALBANY CITY; ASSETS- .....13-,l03 U3 FIRESrAN'S FUND, SAN FRANCISCO AFo'KTS, (Oold).867,000 00 SECURITY, NEW YORK; (Marine.) ASSKT3m...SM3J,HD 00 Btores, drlllnfi, furniture, hulls and cargoes invured at rates a fAVorablo aa sound permanent seettrity will warrant, I respoctfully aikef Ihecltlsensof Cairo, ashareof their potronaio. novdtf . C. N. H HOURS, Office at First National Hank. CLOTHING, JyTEW CLOTHING I Hvorytliini; Frostli BARGAINS F0irTHE PEOPLE ! 39ILLCII V SIILLUK, Harlni; cloud out their old stock of Clothing, have brought on a Largo and Splcutlhl Stock Which embrat es every land ot Fnshlonablrt (Icnlltiiicn'a AVear, Aud such as Is sulte4toatl elaiies. Tljey would ask epetilal attention to Ihelraupply of In which they profe to-lead the market Also to their Piece Good, - Which embrace all style of Cloth, CUsstmers, Tweeds, etc., from which they manufacture CI.OTIIINU TO OKDKlt, In the best manner, and stfittly duUIoiuble. Their etoek of flentlemcn'H Fiii'hIhIiIiik 2go1 Is very complete, incliiJing many novelties never be fore UoUtfht to this marUrt, THUNK3, OK EVEUY 8TVLK. VALISKS, t'AItl'KT MACKri, KTO. Assured oftbeir abilitr to sell goods frm their new titock, cheaper thau ever before, they rely on a di iriaitrutinzpublia to extend them the patronage they icserve. usl datf M asteu's ham:. Ptateof Illinois, Alexander County, ss. Alexin- tier uotinty urcmt uoun. In the matter of The Illinois Central lUlt'ltond Company, vs. William linker, PntlionolU'd Is hereby fitven, that In punnance of a decretal order entered In tlienbove entitle.1 ratiso, In said court, an the 'Jtith tlay of July, A. I U7o, of tho July term thervuf, A. U lsa, 1. John Q. llarman, Master, fu Cluucery ( aaht eounty. wilt, on the fivpnd tlay or April A. p. lsfo.at li o'cloekutnoon of said day,, sell at public auction to tho hlttheat bidder, for easli, at ho snuth.w.ejt Joorafalor Hootn the city of Cairo. Tn said county, tlta follnwluc tliueribed real wtaitnata lit lho eity ol Cairo, eouittyof Alexander and Stale or lllinom, lo-wut i.niniinf Wred eihteeo (U) in Uloolc uumoered b:it(ll 1 : - - . - .V... 1.1 . 1 . . 1 1 . tneellier with all ahd sininiUr heredltameuts thereunto beluniriiiii l,iti leueineiue auti iirimr.r JQHNQ. ilABMAN, Maater In ChanclTV. Cairo', Illinois, Match Ulh, A. l. 170, imsriiiim p'qi5RlEOMMlHSION. OW. GREEK, 1 .. I .1. i tr Tl trusi WOCMiorto alltajOreen ft Co.,) IjOXT b .tA. tlcnsrAl ComrnisH Mcrcfcant, CAiR,;V" i Uidi. -.H.LtNOI8 TIT I tf . . ,', . ;w d IVILLrAMSON, WitoLESALi rono O B B, , riOpC AD COMMISSION 3MC . O .XX -A. Xfl- T. JNa. 70 Ohio Levee. flaiM. 11. Special attention slvcnlconflpimenta and milne rdern. " imn'l gAM'L WILSON y Dealer In ', BOAT STORES, OIUJCEKIES A7U 1B0. TISIOWS lXlO Olilo Ijovoo, Cnlre, Illinois. JpETER CUHL, ' ' KxctualTA FLOUR MERlUlXT AND MILLERS' AGENT. ' Ko. so OIilo Levco. Cairo, Illlnola. Orders eollcitcd and ptpmptly . and stlsfselorily fl.lcd. ooldtf DYAfl T. 1'AKKSR. JOHN D, l'lIILUfl. pARKER & 1'HILLJf,- amtTsl Commission And Forrrardas; Merchants And Dealers iuj ilnjr, Corn. nta,nraa, nll all UIbsU ! l'ronof,. ...'..'....7.0A1U0, ILL. OHIO LEVER., apt dtf I. D. ATEXS,. . It' I. J. ATCRS. -Aril! YE113 J5.COii ' " Lit. ....! . a 9 m m is s j ojf'i wa'a en ant No. 133 OhloLawceV ' 1 CAIUO, ILL marUdtf ' , , W. 8TI1ATTON. ''"t T. Ilini). STRATTON ABIItlV T iitT iSucrenors tStrs,ton, ri.l,oti k Clsrk), AVJIOLRSAX.V Grocers and iCcBjriiftlMi Mcrcliants. . ,AKUm ill Aliiertrati Ponder Co.. stud Mnunlaelurora AsettM raw uotlon Yarns, No. 07 Ohio lAVtCi fJatss-o, III. oclS'tWtf - T M. PHILLIPS'& CO., cv" tircesfoTs so T- b.'fi'eridrlVa i Co.,) ForvTarditiff aad Cowttnlon Mcrcimnts -and-. '. !. ffllARFHOAT FMPUTUtUi Oxviro - w;u0ailxioiM. Liberal Advance Mada o Oontignmcnti. Ire prepared lo Trt,tl6tt?ir iWifard Ireishts to UlpoioMl buy or sell on ooramlaaton." IJuslneaa at ended lotrltu protnptntiiv . aolodawt JJ1 VINCENT, Uealer in irocsries, Lime, riarter Tarls, riastcra Italr, Cfihtnt. 0ttK.rSl&C05n 'A FOREIGN EXCHANGE. OR SALE, it JOII.N V. TIlOVKll a CO., BROKERS ANU EXCHANUE BEALEHS Eighth street, second door from Com. Are., EXCUAXQE OiV (rent Britain, I Southern (Irrmany, Ireland, I'rancc, Nortlioru (lennaHr, Sweden, Norway. AIo, IV.iaeo Tickets from Lxterpool, London, JTavre, Antwerp, I! re men and Hamburg, to New Yorlc, Or to any point West, t B-Colleetlonsntvleon any point In Europs. deci'l'Mdl' 1 JOHN W. TEOYEH & CO, . Ileal Estate, Bond and Slock Brokers. Will attend fo the payment of Stale, County and Oil; Taxes, and all business pcrUinlnr to a'flE.NKKAIt HHOKHSAOE. Eighth Stucet, teeond door from Com. Ave., dec-irudtf Cairo, III. TAILOR. QOUNELIUS BOYLE, , TAXZiOH, - i4o onHKiioi.il. avk'nuk,: InKillott A Haythornos Boot, sad fiiw Store, UtO, II.I.I.N01S. ' "Cullinu done a short notice. ' ,U"J oardt STOVES, TINWARE 'ETC. AIIALLEY'H Cn AKTl OAK BTOVEaTOltE. rj. Copper, TIu fliid.Hhect Iroi 1C H'ASMNQWX AVJMWE, t so : No. (Above, the Market House.) Roofing, Guttering-, fipontlnr and Btesmboat WorW done In a neat and substantial manner, ap snort no lice. tM H . mi mm JTi pi auMti4iMMmi MStffV jit I ' IM I' " ' Y MMM .