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al Government. But it is clear that the wool crop may be amazingly increased by acting upon the policy above suggested. The Banking House of Cairo and course — the Number of Women out of Employment — illness of Dr. Sunderland. From a Washington letter in the Sun, signed "Ura," we extract the following: The report of a committee of three to an adjourned meeting of the creditors of the late banking firm of Cairo and Nourse, shows that out of the $195,000 of indebtedness in September, 1857, $116,000 has been extinguished, leaving an existing indebtedness of nearly $90,000, independently of interest. To meet this are some 30,000 acres of agricultural lands in Indiana, Iowa, Wisconsin, &c., and other assets. The report was accepted, and the committee increased to five for future like action. The Secretary of the Treasury has appointed Lewis Johnson, Esq., agent for the Government loan in this city. The Rev. Dr. Sunderland, of the First Presbyterian Church, is quite