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FBIDAY, Al'Blh 10, 1S7I.
sisMflnl rap" ( the City nnil Oitiiily
JOB H. ODKttLY, Kdllor nd l'ubllihor
TBU Of TUX DAILY HULLKTIN
Om wmK, try inrlr 9 2
Oat jtmt by orrlr, In advauco 10 00
Una rr tr currier if cot pitil lu
SmtV. 00
BOB, Ball 100
SVm aeaftr 8 00
MxmoMfca. 6 35
On yir 10 00
TKRUS Or WEKKLT nULLETIS".
One Year $1 00
Six Hontha ,.'. "fi
Tkm Months W)
.InTaTUblr In advance.
matter on 'very lingo,
Tnc mMttr mockRtiics and builders of
New York city are tired of tho oight hour
lyiUtn and haTortiolvod agftintt employ
ing, alter tho tint of May, any man who
ft ill not work ten hours a day.
Tub Tichborna claimant is n-'t yet
croihed. An application Tor n third trial
ha Men made nnd tho homo aocrotnrr
haa repllod by asking on what legnl
grounds the demand can ho mailo.
The temperance cruiado lias cxtondod
no farther south than Groonvlllo, Tennes
see. In this town is located tho saloon of
Mrs. "Ward, who holds out against tho
crusaders with all tho ttubbornnoss of a
saloon koeper and a woman.
UlBiLD MlssKr.doicrlbos tnatrimmy
in the following fanciful manner:
Two human etnr In passing
Attracted as thro heaven llicj llo.it,
Sometimes they form a double M.ir,
Sometimes tliey put cacli oilier mil.
And sometimes oneniidonera.iko "tlirco"
This world's most peaceful "Trlulty."
Tns Bullktik is doiirous of inflating
ita circulation, and withos Us frionds to
aid In the work. The "Wiiskly 11ou.e
TJjr,a largo papor, full of carefully eoloctod
natter, containing nil the latest newt by
telegraph and mail and spicy
editorials, Is furnished to subscribers at
02f K bollxh riR yeah. It is tho cheap
est paper in Illinois, ltesidontt of Cairo
should subscribe for und tend it to absent
friends.
The numbers of tbo 'String Age,'
dated March 2S and April 4. havo the
following rery valuable co ntents : Inter- J
national Vanities, prt III Title!,
Blackwood; Jobs Siurt MUVi AutaVi
ography, Quarterly lte-vie-a; The V.-tcc
PrlnUrt of Italy, SUsrailUn; Mrs. Gil
kail and her Xots'.i, Cornhil'; Disor.it:
in Dreamlaad, parts I and II, IlliskTrooJ:
The Acoustic Trasspiricy asd Opacity of
Ataosphtre, Ni'.sre: The Caspian Set,
Chambers Josrstl- Cilo:! 05isti
Essays, Spectator; Th GlTt rm-i:,
KeosoaUt; CoiJtrrAlive Opprtsitii,
Pall Mall Gazette; together with a li"i.-l
IciUUzitstcf th4 very reirfciblo story
"Far from the Hiiiia; Cr jwi,'' It T .
iiarJy, a:i taa uiom qaintity of csotc i
poetry ani xaucilltsy. Nits a.'iy-t.-j
such numbers, ofjilxty-fonr large p;
each (aggregating over 3,000 psg a
year) the subscription prisa (f3 is loir,
or still better, for $10, any one of the
American $1 magazisei'is ant with the
'LWing Age' for a year. Little and Gay,
Boston, Publishers.
A JJTKANUH HTOUY.
A correspondent of tho Now York
World' writing from Denton, Oarollno
county, iiaryland, gives a dooply Inter
esting account of the "Sinllor will case,"
which canto to n conclusion thoro about
tho middlo of last month.
Tho history oftho will, and tho singular
lorminnlton of tho caso, nro truly remark
able. On tho 13th of .January,";!, Syl
vostor Sudler, who HveJ In Poplar Island
Crook Neck, and who ownod $110,030
worth of proporty, tnaJo his will. Tho
will was written by hU brothor, Kmory
J. Sudlor, who was appointed oxecutor.nnd
was signod by two witnesses. A fow days
aftorward, .Mr. Sylvester .Sudlor dloJ and
was burled, nnd on tlioSCd of January,
Emory J. Sudler, by request read, tho will
in tho proienco t f two witnesses, Kav. J.
Flemlce nnil -Mrs. Hannah Kd wards, nnd
of thq widow, Mr. Mary Ann Sudlor, nnd
the only child of Sylvostor Sadler, Kmory
J. iSudler, jr., n boy of twolvo yours. Tho
will, nftor naming Kmory J. fc'udlcr, sr.,
solo executor, nnd dovliing tomo small
sum3 In tho slmpo of logacIos,gavo direc
tions that tho real ottato should bo sold,
and out of the proceeds JjOO'shotiM bo
naldto Mary Ann Sullor, while all tlm
rest of tho ostato thouM tKtcomn tbu jiroji
orty of llio dcccvlon t'ii brotlmr, Kumry .1.
Sudler, whom ho rooognlxed nt hit uoivor-
tal and only heir.
Tito widow ami both of tho witnossos
proiont declared tint tho documnnt road
was nit tho will ofJSylvostor Sudler. Tho
oxeeutor insintod that it wn?, nnd doflod
MrJ. J'.dwards nnd Kov. Mr. Flomlng to
deny tholr tignaturos. llo faid'ho conlil
provo tho will, nnd If ItwaB disputod ho
couM show tho court tho roasons why hU
brothor Sylvostor had malo such adevlso
of his property. Hogavojnotieo also that
ho would on tho noxt dayjapply to tho
orphnn's court at Controvillo for probalo
of tho will.
This ho did, nnd upon this 1'3
an a dispute m to tho legs!-
ity of tho will which l.tslod
for two yoars. Tho witnoMos could not
positively deny tho signatures to the will
producod by Krnory Sudlor, but wero llrni
in thoir assortions that tho content of tho
will did not r.groo with thoso of tho will
they had signod. lloth of tho witnesses
had been friends and attendants
of tho deceased when sick, nnd
stated ttnt they had repoateJly
heard him declare hit intention uf tearing
tbo bulk 't hit propjrty n his
wife nni rbild. Kmory Sudler
ficallr, and .it appeared ' relne-
tantly, testiled that tb :. rtii
ost v&Mk bad Sadaeed Jim troth.- to
lave his property away from hii wife
Yre '.bi. he hi t bc oaftithfut to hto.
and that kr eki'.d wtt, illsrgi'.iat.t tlv.
to avoid trocbU J.3-i beeiuM & feared
pjiiOBi t.y br, ae hi-i '.to villi
yrtiiUz, o tk coavtaU f vick th
xzvi vi'.aew m st' aajj tc?us'.i
t.iL tke oikr, :1k .IS vhka 3sry
Stilts iti xa-1 -shiek ii vh-
it i rUy Vpoa :hii.
-r eocnplvtMmi iroa. i.xi ! ri; b-
sv.'.j, zz'.Vi.
Ost way in which tho board of public
works of tho District of Columbia con
spired to cheat tbo government has been
brought to light during tho course of tl.o
examination. On the tenth of Hit Sep
tember, tho board charged tho govern
ment seventeen thousand dollars for flag
ging in and about tho botanical garden.
The treasury paid tho monoy on tho cor
tlftcate of Gen. liabcock, tbo president's
private secretary. So far, to good, if it
had not been proven that tho work hut
just been coinploted within tho last fow
weeks, and that not ono dollar of tbu
monoy has ever boon paid to tho contrac
tors; and furthor, that tho flagging,
charged to nnd paid for by tho United
States, was flagging taken from tho patent
ofUco and post oflico buildings which im
owned by tho United States. In othor
words, the board stolu tho flagging from
the United States nnd thon told it to its.
owner for a big prico. As tho examina
tion progresses it it no longer n mystery
why the investigation was so bitterly op
posed by tho district boird. .Men who
havelivod liko princes do not llko to havo
it published to tho world that they nro no
better than pickpockets.
Bxsbors hat again lon befuro the com
mittee on ways and meant, Nothing lit
boeaxaade out ot Mm except tlioknnv,!
adge that he will, to the las;, shield Gen-
oral Butler from all blamo on account of
hit contracti. Shielding General llutlor
teems to hayo boon tbo chief butinett of
hU life. Daring tho war, when Biitler
wat in command of tho department of
Virginia and Worth Carolina, Sanborn was
a partner In ono ol tho trading stations
"near tho onomy's lines, suspected of r.d
ministering to tho ntcestltlci of tho enemy
and the avarice ot tho commanding offi
cer." OI tats part a nu ;arsor, ito j;0
ton 'Advertiser ' ta :
vvnoevor wouiu roirotu irn luem ry
touching tbeso ma'icrt is referred to tii't
report of the commMoo on tho conduct of
the war, or to a spweb delivered at Salem
oy uenerai ueorgoii, uordon, printod In
the Dally Adver.'iser, October 1", 1808.
Of Sanborn, General Gordon taid :
"He wet tbo inttt thoiough loyal man
to a matter that wjr tool wat to a tyrant.
rr as any man mtpoetod or disloyalty to
jsuuer within nil department, tho dotoct.
ttanborn wat put on bit truck. Vu
any span to do tinuioa ana blackened and
defamed to gratify Butler, H unburn col.
Jected the foul aflidavlte. Sometime! call.
log himself the provost marshal of Hut
lerf uepanmeni, to woicu oiU'o
he wis assigned in general by
Butler," though without uny com
mission ; aoraetiirjfn calling him
self an agent of Adam's Express, nnd us
tug Ui letter heads of tho company, tho
better to cover up bis purpose, tins active
metabecoftheBuUer-llidlrutb "ring" lent
blSBMlf wltai untiring energy to tbo (rati-
.OUUfriUPWIJX.vr ,W! re-
cic iavo'.red
kv bid faerjd tcl vocVd pcodae
be tree cill. Tbe hiito.rof !B aats-
ner U whidt it u !riol c oattitct! tb
at tisalar pirtof this tocrtt iioali:
story. A witseet, a boy about igktees
years of a;e vb wn knows to be not
"bright."' This boy testified tbst he had
repeatedly seen tbe "gkett of tb de.i
man tbet it appeared troukled tod uneasy
that on one occasion and the latt time
ho cad seen it, It hid oomi near eaoogh
to him to touch him, whoreuponjho went
off Into a "do.e' and dreamed that he
was In the room whero the deceatod had
died that ho saw a tall man writing at n
table that tbe tntn aroe,'and folding up
tho paper had plaoed it in the back of n
picture which hung in the roam, t tcrctiog
it behind tho boards. Tho witness was
horo atkod if ho had over tn tho man
whodidthivind was told to look carefully
nbcut tho court room nnd too if tuch a
uinn wnt there.
"Tlioro'wns t; brcathlctt tilenco as K'ito
went mothoJicully about his task, craning
his long neck nnd paorlng about in tbo
gathering twilight. Suddenly hu lifted
his bony hand und hold It out r.t nrms
length, pointing with furollngor towardt
.Mr. Kmory Sudler. ''You'd n man that
ho beivin, then crlod quickly, brenthlessly,
Tlint'i him' that's him! And tho olo
onos behind lilm ! 1 too lnni point lio't
frowning black lie's look out hull
8tril;o you down !' Tho whulo court room
rote with excitement, except I-.mory Sud
lor, who foil in a dond fnint, and Kite, who
crying, 'he's gone!' cruuebed and hid hit
oyet, shuddering'
Tbo court was i.djourncd ut once, and
when tbo caso was taken up tbu next
morning, Kmory Sudler was misting ; tot
tlmony was taken to prove tbo kind rola
tlont which had oxittod IMween Sylvetler
budler and hit wifo, after which Uih cue
wat clven to tho iurv who returnod a
verdict for tho caveators.
labor willi grout industry to teeuro a rc-
iiotniimtion.
On tho doinncratic-liuernl side (treat con
fusion prevails, and thoro Is to all npponr
nnce.3 no person who hns.tho ability to con
solidate tho party nnd ltiadlt to victory.
Tho farmer's movomont, which is'gnin-
Ing contldorablo strongth in tnany.of tho
con n tics of tho district, Is ridding confu
sion Instead of t'.ronrjUi.to tho democratic
liberal combination., Tho gentlemen who
nro prominent In tho movement, wish to
uso It ns their stopping-stono to places of
honor ntid profit, nnd will not probnbly
listen to any propositions for a coalition. If
they do not, nnd drag tho fnrmorj after
them, there will bo threo candidates f'r
congrosj thocaodidntoof tho republicans,
tho cindrdnto of the demucratie-liboral
party r.tid tho uandidalo of tho farinct's
organizitim. This would confound con
fusion nnd givo nn uasyvletory into tl.o
hands of thu rndicnlt
Wo hoposotno plan may be dovlsid by
whioh tbo opposition can bo consolidate 1 i
nnd, us wo understand Iho ni'itter, tho only
obstiislo standing in tho way of this con
HiimtHatiuii is tho desiro of individuals to
occupy Mr. Clomonl's plnco in cougrots.
Tliufo candidates nro cultivating oarh his
faction, nnd uririiii' it to stand by its
noloti.
Tho rock-ribbed democrat who drtlros
the candidacy of Iho opposition, Is urging
tho rock-ribbed to bo llrm and waver not
nn instant, lie Is taking his rock-ribbed
friond by tho lappel ot tho cont nnd is
mysteriously whisporing in Ills enr it
tolling him that Jcll'erton livnJ, that
lucksoii fought tho balllo of Now Or
leans nt.d crushed tbo United Stated Jmnk,
that tho old guard novor Mirrondort, that
Now Hampshire, Connecticut, Cincin
nati, Cleveland, Chicago provo t lint there
is much life in tho grand old democratic
party, "it?, clr, vigor nnd lifosir; and
ir, I would not hotltulu, sir, to placu my.
coif at tlia head of tho party in this district,
coiitld-iiit of my ability, we ik ns I am, sir,
to securo to tho partv victory. 1 have
waited, but not in vain. You sea, tir, I
have labored to some purpose. Look at
Connecticut! Don't mention the.liberal
republicans, tir. They are an inconsider
able element, tir, nnd those of them worth
having will come to u., tir. Dtrnecraey
or nothing, sir; that should be our motto,
sir.''
Tbn comet tbe liberal aspirant for a
eongreional sat, saying to his faction :
"D a tbe dtmoeracts, ltt uscomrl
them to mike terrof. If they don't we can
make their Mle all dough by not voting ;
Imt if we susd oat !osg esouh we will
act lot anything." The sonae of
tbe Uadiag liberal geatiewefi are what
Bill JtorriK eailt ',.:i.:igiosne ecitet.'
Tbec w Iat tb farm.- -b1h9 atpirti
t Citttiettt s chat:, a gestletDtt; vbote
bisd it Zio". ao.-ar bet f.-MB sbose asabro
iiil toki ktr Mi Km co:ioil)T. U
deeiuM viti eoaitt at of i mxz
vko kaovi vbit bt js.tvJuc;, tboat tsi
ippr. iht Ui tbu VaiuH is beet
' ".Li: -Taw wtftftt n.oewiii
msn W cntiSH4. .Taer uppcitf :b
Uie-Ueod oi .'.Id tbty -srHl
I- Cfstbed. a We nUl do it. Oj.-'s it tb
tzmiMg p-"-y- Otsocriti, iitrili, 74
ick.lt ill ax yield to c4. And ft
cast b earefal tbt tbe pofitcieas
the toea who are sot fx:an, 0
-ot get control of our orga&i7.atlos.
We matt ooctrl It ocrMlret. It it true I
do cot farm cow, but when I was a boy
my father, who was a grtat f&rmtr ht.d
raised rise stock, used to. say I was the
bii Land he had. Next barreet I'll go
out to your farm ani thow fyou how to
'Mo'aharvwt field. I'm great in u bar
vt Held. But, as I.wat taylfig, we must
cot allow tbe politician! to get hold of
our organization. Vi'o rnutt keep it to
ourselves. I ht-ve no doubt I could beat
Mr. Clements, and as his successor In con
gress, need I say to you, I will look after
your corn, your whont, your hogs, with a
mother's care, almost, nnd too to it tbnt
neither lawyera nor merchants nor mo
chrjf.id thull any longer oppress the ag
ricultural Intorerl. 1 vill make two
blade of grass grow upon your farm
whoro only ono grows now.
Now tho democrats and liberals and
farmer! nro in iyrnpjithy are laborers to
nccomplUh tho time work, nnd should bo
united, but these leaders of factions keep
them npart, AVo hope, however, that at
tho proper tlmo all difllculllct in tho way
of n complete union of the opposition will
be removed. If they should be tbo rad
ical party in this district will bo defeated
by nn overwhelming mnjority In Novom-
bor next. '
JttlHtlKI.t.ArVKOlJN.
R. SMYTH Xcof"
- iVnou:s.vi.i:
LIQUOIt ilULEKS,
ft
No. i"0 Ohio Lcveo,
t'AIUO, ITsl.lN'OIS.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
aV
.MILLS IV PAltKr.it.
Proprlclor.
lciith titrcct, between Walnut nnd Vali.
Ingtou.
llaNingiutrehakcdtlio entile stock, Stable,
Unices Cartiagc, lliigdcs, etc., ol Dr.
rtidd.aud milled tcvcrultiow "liimiillt!'."
Mr. l'arkcr now lnvlle all hh friend, old
and new, In w.intnt S.uldlo llori-ec. Double
or Single Orrkixefi, or any thing rlsu In bin
Hue, to irlo lilm acall. Ill l'-l-lm
C. H. WHEELER,
1. u.r.tt in
rOOI.) AND GOAL
o!TI i: AND VAIID.
lOlli St. let. Wsthinglon i; tommtrcial Ave.
A lariro Mipply ot l'lttbun: and 111k
Muddy real coiittiuitly 011 h:ind, Stoo
,vond eaweil to nrdor. Order, for coal or
wood f-houlil bo loft nt tlio ol'irn on Tenth
Urot. Tcim. ruib on ilrllvrry.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
1.1. l.r.l;- is
LUMBER
P ALL KINDS, IIAU1) A Nil BOl'T,
I,. . . D'li.tuiilly on hand
FLOORING, SIDING.
AIM). I.ATIl.
..n 3 - 1 Conner Iflth street
5. F. PARKER,
sVcor t I'arkcr i lilak ;
PAINTS & OILS
VABXISHEa'.
WALL PAPKli.
WI.N'DOW GLASS,
WINDOW .SIIADK3,
An I tit Md tinted iliummatin
AURORA OIL.
Itrott' Ruildlng, 11th St. & Oomorcial A v.
CAIRO, ILLS.
BREIHAN,
I1ISAT Militia
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GttOUEK,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer In
BOAT STORES
So. 7 Ohio Let pp, CAIItO, ILLS
ISrSpcclal attention ,'lvcn
meuts and lllliiu! order.
to
comlrrn-U-2tt
JAM WILSON,
li:w.i:i! in
BOAT STORES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
Wo. XXO Oliio Xiovoo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
INM'S4,rtt'K
INSURANCE.
-KsTAllMSIir.il is.-i5.-
Sallord, Muvvte & Cniulce,
I.VSLMtANCU Ani'.N'I'S,
7.'J Ohio Levee, City National Hank
Htiililing, (Jaiuo, Im.h
The f,Met cl:ildllic. Acoilcv ill Solillu 111
lihiMiH, ri'prt-.t'litliiK over
$05,000,000.00.
Of the l -t I nnr:i 11. C11i1ll.il oi tin' C.
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance
Ascent
oiTiu:.
Ohio Levee, wer Matliui & lUil'-.
WIIOLittALK AM) HliTAIL
IN! UH lllli
BilRGZA'S BE OTHERS
Jobbers and Retailers of
PURE DRUGS,
Clioiuicalfs TatcnL Morticiiics, lVrfumory, Soaps, MnislicH,
Tnili'tt iSrtielef, J)niil's Jaiu-y CJoods, Oillior AVhili'
Lead and Olhcr (i ratios, Taints, Colors, Oils, Varnislio,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Tube C'oloivs, I)e
Sliills, IOlc, EU'.t .Klo.
W- Siilii-lt con-i-iioiiilrin'e runt nriir Iriiu DrutrirHt. I'li nh-iaii" hiu! (U'licrnl Nlort
III ivtilil ol I lfio.lt 111 our I. In.'. Mr:ttntiOat. I'l illl iti'in mid h'liiuil)' .MrillclllO cuil llirn-l-liril
or Iti llllcd Willi Itclialilo Di'u'.'i at It. a'onal.lc lt:iU'H.
jSWIIOLKSALB & IIBTAI1., IIKTAIL & l'llEil'KIPTION.
71 IH1I11 I. cici'. Wiisliliituii Air. cor. Illglilli St.
CAIRO.
nt.Mi kt.vti:)ii:nt.s.
nEfijRTrflW csmSmkm tt the Chr Xiio.
J LtUsk f Ciiro, it Cur, im OM Malt at IKani mi
im cJbm ef Suumw k'ftmm'. V. ll.
KfcsOUliCia.
dliw
tJtmsn tod
V
HENRY
f 1. i'irT if
Mineral Spring Water;
AM' I'l. l 1 I: IN
UOTTIiKI) ALE AND CJDEIl.
OHIO LLVLi:, IkIiupii 21 ami -till Sis
T .-'.tr. CAi:RO' XttB'
MRS.
L. T.
1 . n. iiii-
BRIGGS,
and lirU.'- )
DIMiSSMAK'ING.
Cointiiru-lal A. .. I. .'Mil nml mils M-.
7-d.Miii. CAIItO, ILI.L.
NEXT r A I.I, IK THIS UOKOKKS-
SIOKAJi JJIBTKIUT.
T ho tiyns of tho timet" Imlifmte that
tharo will 1 11 hotly ooiittMl! iwilitictil
buttle In this congrwtinnnl Uittrict hoxl
full.
Un tlio rejmhliean s'uio, .Mr. Olamoutt
will In hll vruhahility h tho letidsr, hut
tun is not 11 cortMnty. Thro Is, wo havo
runton tu bstiuve, nn eltort htini nmjii to
erow.l lilm from tho truck. III. roor.l In
ooiiyrosi lihs not ailed his piuty 'Aitli Krent
nuuiirftiiou ot lils uuilitim. IU hut ilwno
nothini;, nnd tho snooche hs hns roml to
omjily boiiohut luvo hud iiothlni; in them
no kornol. Thoy luvo toen llltlo ottayt
roiiuirJ.-iiblo for nothing but tholr wcul,
neiH. 'I'litiro uro many ot tho ropublioans
or tlio district who r.ro not proud or thlt
condition or Ltl'nirs, who holiovo Lowor
Lgypt should ha reprotontod in conrnrs
uy 11 (.iv rnim lit Joint, mid who yolnt to
Hon. I). W. Munn mid say : "Ilo-.v ilillor
out it would l,a U ho worn in Iku s shout
llo amounts to eoinothlni;." .Mr. -Munn It
a very dKcroot politician and ho may not
porinit thlt sontiinont to dovolop into
open opposition to .Mr. Ulumcntt, but if ho
ItOO.MS TO UK NT.
In "WiU-ox block, "Wuslilni-lon nvenuo,
r.t the lowest llgur. 10- :m(.
KOit BALK.
Two llalUiries of two Hollers, each t!t
f(t long, -'2 Inch Urm, i I t inch 1'luc
with tiro fronts. .Mud and Htoani drutnt
Safty nud Aiud valves, Chlintioy and
Hriletiiii, all complnto and In first-class
ordsr;; irtn utwl only thro rnontht. i-'or
prico, etc., inquire ot J T. Uknhik,
U-..V-H. viiiffiTi Iron Works.
ONK HUNDUI.I) DoLLAKM.
Wo havn a 1'arknr HrothurH llrooch
Loadini; Uun, gun and 011 lilt valued at
ono hundroil dollars, which wo olfor Tor
tain Tor olghty dollars. Thu ubovu Is 0110
ol their host deorhonid i;iiri with front
action rlioiiridiii locks, and fully war-
ranvMi. i.nnuiru lor 0110 wtok nt Tim
Ili;M.hTJN (JrncK. II
u:uoi,' nAici.ity.
Frank Kratkv deilrct that tlio puhlio
thouid know that Imit prwpurod toikdlvor
brd of H(hh ipialiiy and uautlty, for
littlo moiiHy, in any part of tho titv
tlivo him your oriorn, und thuu look out
for th
l'.KIl AVAIiliS
hy which ho will dollvur to you tho stall'
01 inn. aTi-y..ii.im
t
l.or.A hlai k pockiil liool;, coutaliiiiig
thruo ton dollar hills, cl ;ht 01101 und 11 two
dollar hill in tbo kl side. Also a nolo
fur $'J0 or against dohii .loiics; a 11 fly
dollar nuto and r voral dcllart in frao
tlciial ciirrxnrj. in all about A. ro
ward of ten dollars to tho lludor.
T- VI UllIOTT.
BEMIS, BRO. & CO.
BAG MANUFACTURERS
ACiUNT" I'Ol!
HUME COTTON .MI EES,
"0 Oluo Lcvcc,
Cairo, Ills.
Noli.-
i:i.i:ctionnoticr.
Iii'l-cby t'lvi ii that on Tili'Uliiy thu
uuiicra
cloclini. will ,u held in tho ity ol'Uuli'o, Al
1 .vaudcr miiitv. htatu ol II 1 1 1 1 0 1 -. lor tlm
cli'L'ttuii of Hiu lollowlir named municipal
oiling, to.iv t : A lily cicrh. a ny ireni,
urur, a .ity nttornuy, one uldurinan Irons
caiii Hard, fur tlio li-rm ol two year, onu
aldi iiiiaiilroiii the l-'lrtt Ward, fo till tlto
MU'iiici caiiHiil by tin" removal or lllraiu
lllxliy Iruiii tlio city, and. one alileiiiian I10111
IIIO MUCH III IVIiril, 01 nil III'' im iinii r.uiMe.i
In tin. ri.!r'iiutloll of Wood KlttClllloiiMV
i'or the purpose ofwild eleiilon Jinll will
lie upeneil ill HU" nnioiiioK imwiuu 'M .
wit: lu th'e l'lit Ward, at tlio coiiuiillou
lioue or 10. F. Dulls on thn Miiltli sliln of
SlMli uiei.t l.r I ween (Joiiuilere aland iss-ls
liitun avciiunii In tlm Second Ward, at tbu
lloiitfh and Itcaily ennlnn lioiifii; in tho
i'Jili.l Waul, ut iliu lliliuruluuoiii.'luohoutc;
in tlm l ourtli Wunl, at lim ;oun jioiimi
sunt tntliu Filth Ward, at thu lioui-a ol Miv
Sullivan, 011 tlio noitli-vvi't corner of Cons
lneivhil 1.1. .iini. mill 'rw-ctitv.lU'lli Hliect.
said eleetion will be oiimuil at elKht
o'c 01. In tlm iiinrn ill.', hiu eontlnuo mien
1111I1I hcveli o'clncl. ill till' ulttlilQiin ol Unit
din .
Ilv order urthii ( IIV (!ouurll.
M. .1 llOVVI.lIY. CltvClell
i'Aiito. 111.. .March ). IhTI . IWS- :i-'J.:int
A. .MIOE 31. 1).
oillrn over iiionis A: llro'ii. uroenrv Hoir
No. I. II Conimcrclal avenue, epriKr LI; lit U
itliiiit. Itdsldciii.'o corner alilnftoii avu
S.
tjol.,...
CmJmt Modu, lxd and nkhi.
la
tKr (10m rtdMSUac aad r-
Mrve 2r&at, -
Inte from Jkt ratkrful loli
Um (10m wk faanlu aad
DMftCt . HM
IlutjM 1ioihc...mw.
Otr rtw eute
Cumut tiytmni
ii MM.
DimIi ainJ oUttr CMk lunrt
Ittth of otacr nktkatl Uioku
i rhdiOHU curTeacy, (liwluditg
moi(...M.... .m.
i,un no
1 ,f j n,
l.ITI nl
V CT
13,014 m
I.1K K
3,(01, J2
in.nt '.1
)OOJ (yi
SSM 01
4.S7I i
1W.J1S 36
SI, II I'l
1J.K7 31
ao.tA wi
,ui rt
A loukmou M S2,Ki ou UtUt si
4l,ilt Hi
K.f.i 71
hu,Oii O t
V) )
II ',r.i w
ai.isi m
I.I.MIIMTira,
l.wul (tack raid la
Surjvlm fund H M.
I.tcnanac .11
Jurt 2, H
J'ror.land Ion 1,W It
.'irctiution outMtndim' .,
liividtnd uanaid.
iAditidual defMftlU
Uik to state tuniu it nil Mnn.
IHI.oil 10
Sute at Illinois cooaty of AtexamUr, M.
J, A. II. hArHJKIV CMiiii 01 me i.y .--lioiial
Uatik cl Cairo, 110 tblcmnly iwur lleit ll.e
alw)ve slalcinent l true to die Ut tf my knowle.lije
lad Ullef.
A. 11 MAh! 1 atnier
HuUetilx.l ami sworn to before me 1I1I1 -Ml. djy of
M.rl., 174. . ..
II. 11. OAMli:ir, I.oury l uw.c.
( rfect Allwl
It. II. CIJNSINOHAM, 1
II. I.. II.M.I.IIiAV, i.reclor.
( I) IVII.I.lAMfcO.N. J
iijUTY.HIXTH rerort i.f
Hnl Nalional Hank of la
tlie condition of llie
lairo. IltlooU . ill the tloM
Ibis.
.....1... L'-l......... 'IV
91 UUlllVB 1 lMu-jr t
i;ruui;uij.
tant and dUecunts
IverurAfta H
tl h. JlorwU to Mcurc circulation
U. H. buiul' and nairitltl on
hand
Oilier ttocLi, lrtndi and mort
gages
I hie from redeeming ami re-
nerve agent
I) le from alter iutlor.il l.anU...
Hue fiom bunvt nd lanken....
Ileal estate
J iirnltiire and Imturu
Taet paid
dirrcrit eki'cnm
L'aali Itemi, intltidliig revenue
Hirntrt
1'reii.iuins ioll
aih oil liatiu, lytirrency ,ii-i
coin '.I'l "I
IW.IS1 HI
M u.i
JUO.Iiciii l
3,'l (l
10,1 no mi
11,911 I
ISO 1 4 S4i
n.iuti im
XtW 61
Hi I "I
a7 en
sn '
S.cflJ 7
21,I!H l!l
MAIIIMTIIM.
lp'tal itotlc
KcIi.hirc, InlriMt, tirbfit mid lu!..
Circulation ininunulmj
Individual delli
27,7W
..tll'M'O
... li.IV 1
... H,MKI ll
,.. M,7'i:i 7.1
t!7i;,7c a 1
State or Illinois Alexander county, .
1 11.0.1. i'..ni.iiiE.l.ai... iiu iltr of the I im f.a
;.oi!al Uaiilt of Cairo, lo Miltmnly iwrar thai ll.e Uene
stjtcinenl Is true to the Lest ofiny knowledije and be-Hf-
v... ... n. ..,..
HtiWHIiCtl ami wor tw Ufou mc tins ai-lh
Jay of Maun, IH7I. j(
Criea-Allc..;
IIOII'T. W. Mil. 1. 1. It, J- Ire.li.rs.
II. I.. II.M.I.IDAV. I
MANUFACTURERS
U I' jIc k' ;.tiJ IMail dultr in l'iuo
FRENCH AND QRNAMEN
TAL CONFECTIONS
FLOWERS, LKAVl CHLMPAKIOD J IAN D.S, BRIDE,'
Anl I . tj tlsitf IVrt.tuiiii to ('iiiilcti iiitrj OriianieiituI (.iciutl- '
KO. 172 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
- - - Alal-IlUOIS
(Lolwcen lOtli ami 11th Jt. )
-sl
Orders from Abroad will receive Prompt Attention.
l'urnii-licd at lieduccd 1'riccn.
CO l-I3-.lin
I'e.-.livals and I'ic lot
HOTEL
BY
i Late 1'rJprictcr of tlin St. Nirhulas JIott'I
lias btcoino Supiviiili ndent of tlio
I II ill
i,
CORMOR SIXTJl STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
.Mr. Walker having lakm chartre of tlii.t old and vrell-knovrji lioue,
once s?ivo it u tlmrnti-jli roiiovatiii'.', and put it in lirst elacs order for tho recti
linn (jui'stH. Mr. Walker vi ill wcli omo Iii- old custuiuers to the new houre at
will always ho frlnd loce tliein.
Firsl-class Day Banrd $20 por'Montli.
HAEEY WALEEE, Supt . !
Planter's House.
i.r.vincit.
White Collar Planing Mill
Hi WAtITHS I's-inis-lclor.
l.r..M.I.U IN
HARD &, SOFT LUMBER,
ANI
laathn, ShiiinloH, Vdur 1'o.itn, Doors,
Katdi, Wind.
iiittiiiitM Kiii.ifirr.ii.
Htennilioal Luudier i'ttrii tslicd on uliort
est notice.
('iiniinrrcliil Ave., hot lillli anil Dili
c.a.j::ro
SO OJiio jLCscvgi':
- &mo, ILLS
EDMUITO HUEPNER, Proprietors lr
Thu I'lanlur'ti Uouiio k loculud on Oliio Lcveo Ktreut in
OLOSE"P.I10XTMJ.TY TO RAILROAD DE'
POTS AND STEAMBOT LANDINGS, 1
I
And in tlio Coulcr of thu IlusiiifMH I'oilion of Iliu Cily.
und coinplRto in all its njijiouit inoiils.
lioin(r, ulejjaiitly funiinlicd and caryiolud
incut and thu bout of act'ouiniodalioiix.
Tit.. 1 f nils., la 111'
. l.U ... ..V.
I'lio lonniH, nro largo and airy, hufcitl;
(iitontn will rceoivo couitcouH liea
'I
Transient (Juosts $2 per Day.
A lTlei r. nrtTYn I sli TnllMC! OWrl "Rftn C! TH tj" O W 1
Day ;i5oai'(levs (.Tpor jNlontl
nilo arid Fouilcelith utrfict.

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