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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1873.
J J US II. OBRtlt.T, F.lltu an 1 I'ubllilic
TERMS OP TUB lUH.i H.'IXET1N t
Ou week, by carrier ? .S5.
One yearly carrier, Inadtatico 10 66
One year by carrier II nol pild In
advance 12 00
Vne month, by mall 1 tx)
rhroe months 3 00
. lx month ft
TUB DOLLAR weekly iwixetin
&bn'jll Oberly has re iluceil the subjerip
, , , on price of the Wekklv Cairo Hullm in
One 'Dollar per annum, making it the
. ,cUcapoftpapjrpubllhcdlnSouthcni Illinois
' Thu Hon. Robert T. Crop, member of
" 'tiio' b'ouso of representatives from Win.
" "4 T ncTago county, died last vcel
- To-iut a committee of senators will go
to Juliet to Investigate tlic charges of
fraud brought against the. rtenltcirtmrr
1 f cWmlion'er'.
h ' THE SEWING MACHINE J.FAT.
" Tho manufacture of sowing machines
In tho United Statci has grown to bo
ono of our groatcst Industrie. Tlio
profit! on tho machines manufactured
during the last ten yonri, reach the
enormous turn of two hundred million
of dollars; and the prollts for tho year
1871 nlone amount to twenty millions of
doltari. Theso figures explain at once,
the anxiety full by tbo owners of tho sew
in; machine patenti to secure an
extension' of their monopoly of
f the manufacturing of machine, and their
,willingncsa,to expend n largo nrnount of
inoncy Initio effort to secure tho extension
of their patents. Tho tewing machine
has grown to bo a household necs'sity, nnd
high as the prices for them range In com-
parion to thon of most other articles
deemed family necessities the sales are so
largo as to excite wondor. Tailor., dross.
makers, shoemakers, shirt-makers, nnd
many other mechanic.", find tho sewing
machine an Indiipe.nrablc Instrument in
their several trades. And no ono of cither
of tho above named tradesmen
or tradeswomen would attempt
to carry on business without it. Tho
needle of the poor seamstress is found to
be a weuJOjOnpetitnrof the swift-running
sewing machine, of her more fortunate
1 'neighborarid many ,a woman pricks the
i . life blood from her heart as well ns from
L, ''her finger, in the vain attempt to earn tlio
sum neccssary' to "purchaio n mnchino.
.Manufacturers of sowing machines malte
a clear proflt of from lorty to fifty dollars
and upward on every itischiiio sold, and
will continue to do to,
at the exjiotuo of the people, hj long
us they are allowed the monopoly
thoy now enjoy. Thcro is not 0110 good
reason why tho sewing maehino patents
should bo extended, and no reason at nil
except to ensure to tho holders of tho
patents a continuance of tho dispropor
tionate profits they now malte. On the
contrary, justice) to the mass ot the people
dictates the brcukini; up of the sowing
machine monopoly. The demand, great
as it now is, would immediately increae,
and in theso articles as in everything
else, tbo beat would command tho highest
' prices Tbo subject, in which nearly
every man nnd woman In tho land is
directly intorcitod, is being widely agita
ted ; the people cipoct their representa
tives in congress to vast their voles against
ths? monopolists and in favor of the
TO TUK JUDICIAL SYdTEM
AVjisuiBOTOK, Feb. 14. Tho president
sent tue following message to Congress to
To the Senate and House of Uupretenta
I consider it my duty to call tho atten
tion ot congress to the condition of iitlairs
in the Territory of Utah, and to the dang
ers likely to arise, if it continues during
the coming recess, from a threatened co ti
ll ict buiwiiun tbo ivderul htid territorial
authorities. No discussion Is necessary in
regard to tho general policy of congress
residing the territories ol the United
States, mid 1 only wish now to rcfur to so
much of that policy as concorus tho acluul
facts and the enforcement of tbu laws
within their borders, No material dilfur
unccs are found In respect to theso matters
in tbo organic acts of the territory, but an
examination of item will allow it'hasbeen
tho Invariable policy of congress to place,
and Veep their civil nnd criminal jurisdic
tion witn certain limited exception in the
hands ot persons nominated by tbo prcsl.
debt and confirmed by tho stellate. And
that the general administration of justice
should be as prescribed by congressional
enactment. Sometimes tho power given
to a territorial legislature has been some
what larger and sometimes fomewhat
smaller than the power generally con.
ferred. However, powers have been
given to n territorial legislature inconsis
tent with the idea that the goneral ludlcl
aryof lb territory was to be under tlio
direct tunerviiion.of tbo national govern
ment. Accordingly, the o-gamc law
creating the territory of Utah, passed
ttoBttatfeer, , W9, provided for the ap.
: ; jxrtutsjswt of iiipreme court, the judges
jr wklfc" aretudg of tho district court, a
nuu nnoruuy, arm to
-i . . 1 .1" . .
rir riipiwwui vatvtn is connuea mo luru
' Jl.(.i-. iK n t.. ... . 1.' . -
vtBut waivers, tint, lis
&iiii44d Meontlr by Uie supreme court,
tct reaulres the jurors to serve In tbeo
,,courts to m (elected In sucb a manner as
' Jtbo territorial legislature sees lit to pro
scribe. It has undoubtedly been the de
6.1 1 ' Itirm ef eogrM,ao far as ilia i&tnv right be
eosDpatiblo with tho supervisory control ot
tbo fosWaJ'soverasnerit to leave tlio mi.
nor details connected with the hdmlnis-
trntlou of tlio law to regulation by local
authority ; but tuuh a decroc ought not to
govern when tho ell'cct will bu owing to
tho. peculiar circumstances of thu cnto to
produce a conflict betweontho federal aiM
tho territorial authorities, or loimpcdu thu
oniorcoment of tlio law, or in any way
endanger tho peace end good order of tho
territory. Kvidontly it was never Intend
ed to entrust tho territorial legislature
with power which would enable it by
creating judiciaries of its own or increas
ing tho jurisdiction ot 'court appointed by
tho territorial authority, although recog
nized by cotigroi, to titUo the atlmiiilslrn.
tlou of tbu law out of the hands of
judgOJ appointed by tlio president, or to
Interl'ero with their action. .Sovernl years
of unhappy experience mahc it nppnicnt
that in both of ihcso respects Um territory
of Ltah rcipjlrvt ipccial legislation by
congross. l'ublo opinion In that terri
tory, produced by circumstance too no
torious to require further notice,
make it nccc!ary, in my opinion,
in order to prevent thu tills
carriago ol'jitUicc', and to maintain tho
sttprcuiucy of tlu laws of the United
State find of tlio territorial government,
to provida that tlio icleution of n grand
ami petit Jury for the district coutts, It
not put under thu control of federal oili
corf, shall bu placed In tliclmmUof r-iir-tons
entirely Independent of those who
arc determined to enforce any act f con
gress obnoxious to them, mid alio to )hps
romu net whivli deprives tlio petit court,
or any court created by tho territorial
legislature of any power, to interfere
will) r impede thu action of the courts
held by tho United Status judjjeJ. 1 am
convinced that so long us congress loaves
the selection of jurors to tuu local nit
tnorhits It will bu futile to mako any ef
fort to enforce luws not pleasing to a ma
jority of tlio people of tlio torritury, er
wiiicli luterieres wills local prrjuiiuo', or
provide for the puisbiuunt of polyg
amy or nny of Its ctl'eeted vices or crimes.
I presumu that congress, in passing upon
thu subject, will provide all reasonable
iud proper safeguards to return honest
and compttent juror, whoso verdicts will
command confidence and bu n guaranty
ot equal proluitiuu to nil gojd and law
abiding cilituns, and ut the suuo tlmu
111 a o 11 understood that crimo cannot bu
committed with Impunity. 1 have before
suid that while the luws created in tho
several territories bnvo really contained
uniform provisions in respect of the judi
ciary, yet congress bus occasionally varied
these provisions In minor detail', a the
circumstances of tho territory ullcctcd
teemed to demand, and in creating the
territory of Utah, congress evidently
thought that the circumstances there might
require n judicial remedy not necessary In
oilier territories. For by section 0 of the
act creating that territory, it is provided
that a writ of error may bo broujrhl from
tho decision of any judge of tho supremo
court or tlio Ulstnel courts ot tlio territory
to tho supremo court of tho United States
upon any writ cf habeas corpus involving
the question of personal freedom, a pro
vision never inserted in nny other terri
tory act, except that creating the territory
of Now .Mexico. This extraordinary pro
vision shows that congress intended to
mold tho organic law to tho peculiar ne
cessities of thu t rrilory. The legislation
which I now recommend is in full harmony
with tho precedent thus tttablishcd. I am
advised that tho United States courts in
Utah have been greatly embarrassed by thu
action of the territorial legislature, In
conferring criminal jurisdiction and the
power to issue thr wit of habeas corpus
on probate courts i.i thu territory, and by
their consequent interference with the
administration of justice. Manfully tlio
legislature of the territory can't give to
any court whatever tho power to dis
charge, by habeas corpus, perrons held by
or under procifcs from tho courts created
by congress. Hut complaint is made that
persons to held have been discharged in
that way by the jirobatu courts. 1 can
not doulit that congre-M will agrco with
me that Mich n statu of things ought t.ot
longer to bo tolerated, and that no class
of persous anywhere should bu
allowed to treat the laws of the United
States with open dttlanco and contempt.
Apprchonsious are entertained that if
congress adjourns without any action
upon this (subject, turbulunco and disorder
will follow, renderinc; military inter
ference nccesfary.a mil It I should urcitlt
deprecate; and In view of this and other
obvious considerations 1 earnestly recom-
mend that congress, at tho prcent tcssion,
pats some act which will enable tho dis
trict courts of Utah to proceed wills in
dependence and clllcioncy in the adminis
tration of law and justice.
Signed U.S. Gn.VNT.
Executive Mansion, February 11, 1873.
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS,
roii the rjytMANKNT cnti: or
tini.J.S AMI iFEVKK, IIL'Mtl AtU'E
OH ANV FOKM OF INTMItMIT
iXNTTtYKK. TUB Gil KATKST DISCOVERY OF THE
There, are no diseases so debilitating lu
llif'lr cllccta 1111011 llin i-im.tmninn r. n,,,
above, and none tuoro tllfliciilt to cure by
the UMial mode of practice. The Fct er unit
.igue i-uwucrs win eriect a euro In cases of
tlio lnnjcststalidinr ns well as prove n pre
veiitlic In the formlin: st.ws of the diseased
Ilcinr IHlrt'lv leirelalilr. Itii'V iirt ulili ....r.
Iis.nty on the dlocusc, totally eradicating It
Imm tlio f)tcni, nnd prevent n return nt
any future period.
Why wnMo your money and health in try
Ins every niedlelno you hear or, when
1 liompson's Feter am! Ague I'owduis have
m- cr laiiou 10 euro tlio mills 111 any cac.
REASONS WHY THEY ONLY SHOULD
Their reputation la established. Thou,
h.ilids or teMlmonlals have been received,
showing that tlicc powders hate perlormed
miracle; in curing catt or long standing,
many or thorn considered hopeless.
There U 110 rW In taking them. They
contain nothing Injurious nnd, therclorc,
none ot the limrcriiiL' iII.imih.. .nmi..ii
le'iilt or the ninny noxtrtiiim of the tlav.
1 liVMelans recoinmcnd thrill as superior to
(iiilnlne or any oilier litinwn remedy, for
I icy leave tlio istom In n hciilthv state, and
lie patient beyond the probability or .1 rc
lape. m:rAiu: of couNTi:FnTs.-Thc
frr.v 'ii; ,".re.r 1 .v i ' tin ioxe. with
T I IMl'.SD.S'S FKVKIt AND AOL'K 1!0V.
DKKs Ntamped on the lid, nnd the flgn stiire
ol '1 iiomi'min A- CltAWFolio on the wrapper,
,o others can possibly be gcuuiiic.
Our Homo Advertisers.
t-OMHUMIOM AND rOBWAKDlIfU.
YQVLWAXDim and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FI OUR
Aad Agrot ot
into BlVXtt A.H1) XAKAWUa
Our Homo Advortiscr.
IUI E U M A T I U
the om:at exteun ai. rkmuhv for
11 n E U M A T I S M , NEURAL
O IA, SPRAINS, ETC.,
oo od roii iTAX on nr. a sr.
ThN lihl'ment linx earned for ltclf n repu
tation uuctpialled In the hMory or external
application'.. EJr'fliullKindi who now suf
fer from rheumatism neiinilula, etc., would
find Immediato icllef from all pain bv uIug
this certain remcilv. ItU equally elleetnal
in 011111. burin, t-eafds, Ulllnest ol the neck,
tore throat, swelling, Intlainatlons, fro-t
Isitpfi. pains in thu slue, or back, bites or Mil
lers or stlncs or lnecK
One rubbing will In all r.ip (.die immrdl
ato roller, and a few application's completes
On account or IN nowerrtil penetrating
properties It li beyond doubt the surest rcm
edyjor tho niot troublesome ilitfii'cs to'
which hor.es mid cnttlu an- liable. It cures
scratelie. olil and iresh cuts or sores, chares
produced by tho collar or saddles, Injuries
caiicd by nalN or spllntt entering tho lle-h
or boors, brule. sprains, sweener, spavin
tlifti'li, uiiil all dlfo:i-p which de-troy tlie
hoofs or Imnei ot this leet.
Iri' nil direction uecomnany each bot
tle. The aliovo aic preiiarcd.ouly by
CRAWFORD is FOHI!?.
tfl Market Strcel, I'liiladelplila.
And sold by storekeeper generally through-
uu, in.-euiiiiii., . 1-.0 it ue-iv
70 Ohio Lkvkb,
J. M. PHILLIPS A CO.,
(Heccessors to E. B. l!f ndricis A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
W II ARB'-HO AT PROPRIETORS.
Liberal Adf ncrmruti. made
Uon CotislKnmcnta. 'WCf
Are preparsd to recsits, ttora and lorwsrd
frclghtr to t'.l points and buy and
11 on commUtioD,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 74 Onto JjRvr.n.
Oilers the following valuable real es'oto for
sale, which Is selected Iroui n tery largo list
or valuable real estate for sale and l-ar,
as presenting very latoiablo teiini for in
Vestments! A largo tsvo story house, in good repair,
toirelher with '2 lots, mi Cross street, near
school house, a No. I bargain.
That line largo Iioiimi ami lot (!, block M,
tlly, on Warhliigtou avenue between Fourth
ami Filth street.
Lot No. 8, block No. (I, Ohio lvec.
Two splendid high lots on Walnut street,
next to corner of Klgth street. Verv ehca).
Two lots on Tenth sirect, between Walnut
and Cedar streets. Very desirable and will
bo sold cheap.
Three lots on Cedar street, well situated
at a bargain.
.Those two fluo business lot, 13 and 10,
block 14, city, on Commercial avenue, near
corner or Eighth street, on w kli now
"lands tho lliery stable or Mile i'urker.
Possession given tlr.tor April.
Four lots on Tivcnty-ilmt street, near Com
mercial aventio and freight depot ol" theC.
and V. rnllioad. ,i
Two lots on Commercial avenue, near cor
ner or 'lhlrty-thlid street. Will be sold
Two pood business loU. 7 nnd t, block 4f
city, on nshlngion avenue ami corner ol
Hltecii'h street. Directly opposite custom
Lots 9, 10, 11 and 12 same block ami In rear
or last mcntloniMl lot, on Fifteenth street.
Lots 0 ami 10, block ..n, city, on Thirteenth
street, near Commercial us. eiiuc. Prleo WW
A Ine farm of 150 acre, with good lm
pmv mcnl at (loose Island, adjoining the
tarn er O. Orecnlec, Es. The soil and fer
tllltl are unsurpassed, being rich bottom
land entirely ubove overflow.
.Several well impiovcd fruit farms In Pit
l",00sl uercninlmproved lands In Alexan
der and Pulaski countlc, In bodies to suit
25.WKJ acres unimproved, well timbered
land In Arkausjs, near O.ceola, No. l cotton
lands. Titles to all the foregoing perfect.
F O ttL 'jTa S B .
The Perry House. This large and commo
dious and well situated house will be leased
for a number of years on cry advantageous
Those tlnely situated resilience lot 21, 22
ntlil .1. lilfift' r.O i.ltl .nr,i..r S.'f..t. I
1. iiii.u, bii.-i;,-.
FOR SAI.K OR l.0EArfl.'.-l.ot. In any
part of the city. 1-25-lm
'Dnslnsss attended to rrnmptlr.
1). AYKKS. K. J. AYtHS.
AYKItS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Onto Levek, O.virtn, Illn.
WM. GLHKX k SOX'S
HEAD q I'A UTERS FOl! OnOVF.UMS
t'OFI'KE. Rio, Luguayra, Java, Mocha.
SU(5AR, N. O., Hard & Soft Refined.
SYRUPS. Now Orleans nnd Eastern.
wt. :uun srKCiAi.niKs or
.t Ti n-u St.
lit: A I, ESTATK AfJE.Wl.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (r.co.w floor) onto lxvsk,
Huv ANl Sxi.l Heai. Kutate,
FURNISH AI1STRACTS OF TITLK
An I r'ssrs (!nnstnrMj tit Kind!
.lohn llanr.au. ch:u. Thrtip
JOHN Q. IIAH.MAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
.Vorlli I'or, UIJs HI. anil Ohio l.cvrc.
Abstract of Title, Conveyancing undo n
sjieclalty. Real litato bouxlit and sold,
SSTTttVi-si Paid, etc.
J. K. LUI'KLV,
M'tsolrsnlp iissil llr(il C.'rorrr,
lit on hand at all time Vegetables TrulU
Jlutter and Ei-'B, Lard.
Husky, Tropical Fhuits, F.rc, Ktc
K3TA11 Kondu Warranted Fresh, and sold
at small Profit,
N. it. Parcel" delivered to any part of the
city to Customers.
WEfT SfDK COMMERCIAL AVE., IIKTWEEN
lilll AND ltntl hTHKKTM.
J. A. 'JUNNINOIIAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND 1SKALEK IM
HENIIY II. MKYKIl,
DECORATIVE. SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
OHAININO AND MARBLING
of every Ocscrlptlon.
DECORATINO AND GILDING
In every style, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to UI.'i-i Olldlns
Orders solicited for .Scenerv. Frcseoe ani?
j Hauner Pulutiu'.
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
. 1 1 . . . .
l sun, inain ami ornamental
Commercial avenue and Kixhlh street
to my care wl
tended to. shop In Perry Ilouic. coiner of
All wink In
be promptly at-
AND MILL FEED.
THE OTB-W SYSTEM
OR0CERIE9 RETAILED AT 1VIJOLE8ALF
rKIUER rOR CASH.
AT II. C. THIELEOKE'S STORE
WASIIIMIITOK AVENUE, HETWKEM TESTII
A.NI) ELEVENTH H7KEETS.
5C 'bs. rsnT Cuba Sugar for - -$5 0
9 " ... i 00
0J lbs. A coffee Suijar, N. Y. Std. - 1 0C
I " l'rlrno Itio Colleo for - 1 Of
3j " Choico " ' - - 1 0C
3 " Old Government Java - - 1 0C
Toas and other staple and fancy Oroco,
rlos equally as cheap.
Ooods now and full weight givon. Call
And Dealer in
VEOKTAKLES, FRUITS, EOOS,
LARD, FRESH IIUTTEIt, LIVE
AND DIIHSSEU POULTRY,
FRESH SALTED AND
S.MOItED FIslI, ETC.
A i.i. Giions Waiihantkh Fiuisii
And told nt the lowest prices for cah,
tSyElfihth street, between Commercial
and Washington avenues.
And Hr.slcr In
GO TO RIVER SlUE WATER CURE!
Hamilton, ills., or send for free circular nnd
list of sjueulonii for "homo treatment." $u
ilruf;s. Fifteen inllss Mississippi rlvervlew.
Mule und Female physicians. 'J-li-tr
VEGhTAIlI.ES, FlUHTfl. E009, I.AIIL)
FRESH UUTTER, KTC.
EHT All Ooods warranted fresh, ami sold
the lowest prices.
Corner tfth at, uidCommcrcltilAve.
JOHN li. 1'IILLIS & SON,
i&ucctesors to John Ji. Pblllli,)
DEALEKS IN 1IAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cob. TENTH-ST. and OniO LEVE
G. 31. ALDJJ.X,
l.atc of Thomas & Alden,
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,"V.
No, 135 Ohio Lr.vr.r, Caiko.
jSTCnsh advances on Ooods on slj;ht.
Rkfehknces : City National Hank of
Colro, First National Hank of Chicago.
I l'ARKEK A BLAKE.
WALL PAPER. PAINTfJ,
Hutlr, Danclnp, UmoIIdv,
Aad ttc celeLrstM il!umlDtla
B110B8 LUILDIN" CCF ilTH AT. i COM
i Cxino .
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIRDANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLfNOIS.
WOOD RITTENIIOUSE & DUO.
cncral Commission .Merchants
1S3 OHIO LEVEE,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWEEN Tf ASH'jf AVENUE A STD WALKUl
L)r. B. Y. FleMs Informs ln public tlist h t,s
LIVERY 8 T A li L E,
on the ncrlfmest snle of Tenth street as nwne
IIIsSWiwilll,,furntlii, with nonn but tt.
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the nubile m:iv ha aeenmmoiluteil nt nl
hours of tho day and nlijht with safe tcanm
on mo lowest term".
Dr. Fields askis a share of nubile natronace
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealing
nun pii let nii.'iuitiii in IM1N
Has now on hand all kinds ol
DRY CORD AND STOVE WOOD
For sale. Leave orders at
YTM. KLUOE'S STORE,
Coiner Sixth and Commercial,
Or at comerof Twelfth and Poplar. tf.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It R
- f 10 Miles the HhortNtHoate
Kluhljr Nllea lhe8hortt Routo
TO SO?. XjOXJIS
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FUOM CAtltO TO ,
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
, , , OV CAIllO TO
Clnelnnatl, n.llanapolls, Toli-.to,
Usltlmnte, rhll.f,l.ls, Kjff'
Hoti,n anil nil (mints t.t,
Mllttsilklf, JmimIII, Ma,lnn.
I.Uupe, at, Tul nnd sll polM iiorlli,
Ibis U slro tho only dlreet riulc u
Dy(iir, llliiomlt's-tOD, Npritii!l.l,
.orl, ?. KBMkiik,
lsurlinijl.,n, lU.k MtnJ, 1, hl
n .i "'.,,",,,T";- Mom .oily,
Eletcnnt Drawing Room SloonlnL' C"
On all Night Trains.' b
nuiKmre Checktd so ill Important point,
ror tlekeft nd informstmn, npnlv to 1. C. ILK
clr,ptl ftiro; on boM tnotrxnut strnnKirl
rllro ' tlrWl oOIcm threiialioiu tt.e south.
W. P.JOllN.iiX.,t',M, Au'l. Chlcaio
A. Slircur.lL. Hni'i cur.!. Chlp?o.
J. -lOIINSON, An t. Cairo.
Our Homo AdvcrtiscM.
SELLING OFF AT COST
Formerly Kwander. Intendlni in ....
, to Kentucky, dolres to sINtioso of iier lanm
and eleKaiit stock of ' K
Immediately. In order to laclllllate the salo
ol hcrKoods, Mrs, Jackson has determined
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And ln lies the Indies of Cairo and vlr'tv
lis call on her If they desire good baic-nis
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
Tho mnt of them hating been f elected from
the late fall styles henco the ladles have
rare opportunity to purchase new and l'sli
lonnblu millinery nt coU prleo. The stun
I'onslitsol' lists rihhoii', flowcr, lioli-i'
ladlei underwear, etc.. etc. ll-Sotl
Sl'RINOFIEL 1) A N D I L L 1 N O I g
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 24lh, 1S71!
trains will run as follows:
ti ll o,ncij )VTnr.,T.
, ... JIhII. Express.
Uyto yir,lm r, , &. l!tt(,.rn.
hrlUKRl,l tt-u " 3:ii
TH)lorlll ...... MA R o
ArrSTt i"in. 1 i,i;
, Express. Mail.
f T0 ,n? : 4''"' " 31 sn
" Tsvlorill' 4 S'l i o
Arrive t tprii'iiRll.fi.n " ei'J "
Le SpninBrld. s.J m
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ISCtTTII RKM IS I V I B I O N .
T0AIS OOINO at'?llltT,
It niKwood ,1.s in.. ..tn.n p.rr
" Flofix tU " ll.
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SOn F.IhlliSlret,botDCommr3Uttct W.sti
"r"n i,nuei, i ul' rilil04
NEW .MILLINERY GOODS
I.ATEaT IALL AWI WIXTEB BTTLKA
Bi a tall ho of
BON"lTETB Ac HAT3
ITrimmM nn.j onUimm4,
flsKMU FLOWKK4. RIHIIONs, TIltltMI.NOl
of nil kloJ, Lw.tf, fir... tie,
Hr. Mr(Joi has alto a Urn K.orlin.at u
rsuey Artlctri, mch
FIRE AND MARINE
MAOAKA, if. T, i
Aft..... ... ... ii, i3, lie
OERUAKIA, X. Y.,
Asts...- -Jl.OM.-ll 71
tSStt ........ .72 MJ oe
KSrUIiLIC, K. Tt
Aorta ...... 714.VJ1 Ul
Comprising the UndernrlUn' .ocy.
TONKERJ, N. T.,
AssMr - S7S l't M
Asts ,..4M,ltJ 13
viREUEH'a ruNis, s. r.,
Aill.. .... i
ECTMTr, U, T. MAhlNE,
-. - ...t, m.iu
lore, fnKi, Furniture, Hulls tnl Cor
tor; Imurx'l nt ri n InrBbl m touad, pr
msDtni curltT will warraoU
I rerwitriilly ask of the cltlwn.ot C.
t,it of their patrunsse.
r. !i. uruiiKN.
.NECK TI.;o. CI.l.A!. UNOBuHLF.KVF.'S.
An I all other article! uiually lounl In t
FIltST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Jlrs. 3le(Iee. In addition to hrr Htock of
mplcte assortment of Cinrlmiatl (.'ii.toni
code Ladles' and Misses' NIiocm ami 1 ti 11
.Man lloot, lllack and in Color-. The
roacknowledifed to bothe fluet ami tm.t
n tlie market, and this Is ths only
Ibi'i lly tint makes them a peelally
II 1 1. LI A MOM,
Vi. II. Morna,
II. II. Csblte
Ke.l'ub. an J I'.H.Cnsn
FIRE, IIULU CARGO, LIVE STOCK
HARRY WALKER Frop'r.
This house Is newly ntted up with Uro
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
The saloon la stocked with the i-
are compounded In the most approved style
tu Come and see for yourself. Jl
REMIS, UROWN i: CO.,
AuE.VTfi Homf. Cotton Mills
NO. 60 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
z, v. UATiiuea.,
E. 0 .VIII
MATHUSS & UIIL,
Commissi on Merc uants
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
EiaiiTii St., Ht, Com. & Wasii.,
GREEN li GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William 11. Ureen
William 11 (iilbsr
Vflpeeia. atUntton glrea to Ailmiraltf and
OFFICE OHIO LEVEE, ROOMS 7 AND H OYKB
CITT NATIONAL DANK.
Am"' -...-..- ..S,M?,J04 t
OHTU AMKIIICA, PA.,
-- - l2,7S3,eeo eo !
HARTFORD, CONS., I
''". IJ.M 4,210 7 j
INTP.RNATIO.NAL, N. T.,
- 11,353, r.s 1
rUTA AM, HARTFORD,
- - M5.e"3 Hi
Asstts tl5J,27d 4J
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
"' - f W9.00J t
CONNECTICCT MUTUAL, LIFE,
A,,e,s M,00O,OOO 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
A,,e,," - ll.COO.CW) 0
rail vat pabbenoers a-surance
Y"et' 600,yj0 00
71 Ohio I.nveo,
2 2 f
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
CKNr'i..OFricE, 172 WasiunotonSt.
This Oennan Life Insnraneo C.iiniianv
BUarantces not onlv Faid-up I'olkles' but
also a Value In Cash on the Non-forfclturo
JOHN A. HUOK. . . .
0. KNOBELSDORF, - . . Hc'crotary
k JOHN AV. I'RIJKSS,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
SECTION NO. 47.
and Sick Relief by weekly iIuch and mutual
co-operation In objects, ot nubile benefit,
, llo Llle Insuraneo l'ollelei will be Issued
by Use 1 t'lilonla Lire Insurance Company,
II. MEYERS, President.
JOnN W.PRUES8, Aq't.
iSJlt forCsUroand srtelssllx.
WIN KM AND I.IO.OUIIM.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE OBOCKRS, j
Also, keep coastaatlgr od hand a moil com
plate stock of
BOOTCn AND IRI8D WUIBKIK8
-Q I N 8,-
Fort, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba Wlni
RUMVTri ft CO. aflTiiiclisalTelr for cash, to
. whioh fot thT InTlU the esjwelal atlva.
nun nf cloia liarala Imjars.
F. M. STOOKFLETII,
eoctssoa e ranis s smarms
Kotlfer HBtt WbnleMle nestle In
I'arelsrst ssssa Uoiaealle
WINES AKD LIQUORS
No. G2 Omo Lkvii,
Hf.!f?p,.onun,!.d eonsUoily full stocko
!AiS,J,.,,l0k2 uron, Bt and UodubU
iiUs WbtaklM, Fraaoti Braadlu, IK u