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I.LIKOIS UKNTltAL UA'-.KOAI),
TiUtNH LKiVE CAI1IO
Mall at a.m., Dally
BxiireMft '2-.Z0 it.tn
KrciRlit a 4:(o u.in., .except Sunday
crcigniai ..hum a.m......
Freight at . 1.00 l.tn.,...
Mall at I SO n.m Dalit
Erpretsat ,. .2.05 p.m cx cpt bunday
Krclghtat ... .7:fiO u.m.,. ... except Monday
Krclght nt li.K p in., oxrcpt Sunday
rroifjuiai i;w p.m
IM '.!-17-tf. .Iamkh .IniiNHoK, Agent.
i'HK OA1IIO AND V1N0KNNE3
4!iiA.m: of i mi:.
AlllO TO .MNcInNATI AND LOI'H
On an J tiller June Till patscnger train
win ran uany except aunuayi a loilowfl :
cairo, leavo OiTOA. M.
lennn, arnvu ..,,..,.7:32 "
(InrrlsliiirK, arrive '
Norris City, arrlvo 10:18 "
Jamil, arrlw; 10:.Vj "
firayvlllc,arrlve tlSW "
Mt. Curmcl, urrlvi 12:10 r. M.
inccmif". nrriTd 1:10
" Union Depot, arrlvo
" ' leave,.,
. 1:20 '
. 1:10 1
. 8:30 '
. :!. 1
. 7:02 '
UinyUUe, arrlvo 4:P1
Ml (.'artiicl, arrive 4:00
" L'nlon Depot, leave..
' Inelntiati, leave
ll:.V) A. M.
. OM "
At annl with St. Louis at.il Southeastern
tlaln loaiul IrouiHvansvllle und points west;
Lvaxlni; t alro f,$n a. m.
Arriving In r.vuusvlllc :i:45 l'. m,
Li-avlng ' .... ..12:30 "
Arriving In l alro 10:3.'i "
At Vlncentics with Ulilo and Jllmuslppl
rati A'ay for ('Incloiiilt and Louisville, and
all point e.m and wct;Hli lndlanap
nil and Ylncenneit railway lor
Indianapolis and all point north,
east ami west; with Kvatmvtllo and Oraw
lorilnvlllo railway (or Kvaimvlllc.Tcrra Haute,
Danville, Chicago and nil points north, cait
At Norrlt City with the fp'lnntlcld
ami Illinois Soiithea'tcni rallwny for Miuw
lif etowu and .Nprlnglleld, 111., and polnti
At Cairo with the .Ml.-lppl Central,
and JloUie iiii'l Ohio, for ull point south;
willil airo.Ark.ui'aiund Texu-,for all polnti
in Arkam. k and Tcxu.
MOUND CITr AIX'OVVi TI0N.
Leaves llalro 12:'jrj p. m.
" Moundlilv. . . 1.-20
M. II (lOOIiu'lCH, (ien'lTleWet Ac't.
8T. I.OL'IS 1K0X MOUNTAIN
and somnntx uailkuad.
Omnibuses arrive at and depart from the
oltleti romer Seventh trcct and C'omtuer
dal Avenue a lollowi
Tevai Kxprtis leavei 1:00 a.m. Ainiei
Charleston Arrommodatlon leaes I0JW
a.m. Arrhe l):l.'ia. in.
Columbia Accomodation leavei 1:00 p. in.
Arrive 1:3& p, in.
TWKNTV-imil Ilot'llS '" hi.' ii .
Tune from Cairo In I.lllle Hue I. 13 hour.
To Tixarcana 22 hours.
To .lellernon, Texas 25 houn.
To Marshall 20 hour.
To.hricport, lullana, 2!) liuutr.
To Dulla-, Tt xa, 30 hour.
To llcarne, Texan, 3s hour".
To Houton, Tt xbi; II hours.
'Io Oalvoton, Tuxai4t liouri.
1). A XT KM., Chief Knirlnaor.
C, W. Hf.ll r.Mliorm.. Agent, Cairo.
Cor. Washington Av. jJ
VI II T
THE CAIRO CITY
Arc prepared to bitpply cutomerii
with tho ocm
I.EAVK olllir.IIB AT
I Jirilullld.iy llru.'s oUlee, No.
Ohio I.evoe; . T,
rTriluUliIay IIio.'h AVharfhoa
tarAt KRyptlnn aillUj or
ITtJ"At the eoal illlllip, foot
tniil Inducements to lim Coaimm
AGON MANUrAvJ I urti
J. V. (I.VMUUJ
SO Ohio Lcvcc -
Tho Planter's House is located on Ohio hcreo Street ia
POTS AND STEAMBOT LANDINGS
And in the Center of tho BueincfH Portion oi tho City. The Home is new
ana complcto in all ita appointnicntc.
boinL' olecantlr furnished and carpeted
mcnt and the best of accommodations.
'ransient Guests $2 per Day.
A TrustyWatch for Trains
si III k
GREAT REDUCTION IS PRICES
Cork, 8th. St. and
LAEGE STOCK OP DUESS GOODS
JAPANESE SILKS, SJLK l'OJ'Ll,
ALPACAS, 0 KENADI NES.
LAHGE STOCK OF WHITE GOODS, Victoria Lawns,
Swiss, Marsailles and a Large
Stock will be sold at Actual
Call and bo convinced ot Great J3argains.
TERMS, STRICTLY CASK.
Most roivrrftil Healing
Tho wonderful ccloritywitli wmen i"i
combination of CAliliUOLlO acid "
OTIIKll HOOrillNQ AND CUKATIVK Kiui-
Heals tin- Most llnilcut horos aim
l tometlilns M to tuo m.rvoloui.
Ituwlthnride tbat the Proprietor call
attention to the gratifying fact that
PHYSICIANS GIVE IT THE HIGHEST
MEAD W rttAlSK.
tin! use It and prctcrluc It In their practlci'
Points to be Borne in Mind :
OAUIIOI.IC SAI.VK positively cures tho
worat sorci. ,
UAItUOLIC sAliVK inManuy anayn uiu
pain or buriix.
C'AHIIOI.IC SAI.VK curc nil cutaneous
eruptions. . .
OAKIlOLIO SALVK rnuovca pimples and
CAKllOMG SAI.VK will cure cuw ana
CAUIIOI.IC HAI.VJJ railKH Hlllio ncnu i
nil naiven, lill)iueiui or uumr iiiu .m-
polllllltl, nil J HAH ACHIKVKII A uur.Aii.iv
iivi.i ll itiiv ANIl 11.14 A LAlini.lt BAI.i:
ihiiTi anv other ktiullar uiottbIo "f
S01 everywrre. rnce -i cbihj.
JONU V. IIKNKV, CUKltAN As CO
I'rop's., H nnu u uo m (icriuvt, .1. 1 .
HO AT NTOHES
G. D. WILLIAMSON
And Doalcr In
No. 70 Ohio Lovee, 0AIBO,
KTTSuoclal attention clven to
muuU anil Ulllw; orders.
Groceries, Provisions, Etc..
SOTo. HO Olilo Zjoveo
BTTii:D2ua1ixr ihttt r rxrea-, ',ok isi'Vtt: stbhet a.itti WASTmraTOir
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5 1874.
TO RAILROAD DE
Tho roomn, aro larc and airy, hcs'idea
OucstH will receive eourtcoun treat-
Day lkiardttrs $20 per lontli.
and Boats Day and Night.
nt II lit
for Sale at
SHEtfrWGii!- " -
Stock of Ribbons. This entire
Cost, and continue until it is
Bristol & Stilwell
Keep ovory tiling pertaining to jlio
lino ol Stajilo and Fancy Groceries,
Woodonware, Vegetables, Fruit.x, fee,
Tho (JeriiiuuSliukul ,I.aii. Tho
Huudmiet,lest rt'oul (MlLamn now
In use... It ,'coiisniiiH lltIo ol! and
rroducil, ii Ii'i l'glit cloar 'light fur pre
foraltloto'KftHi Io- hcw or rend hy,
for 'iSUmb Uypsl Cnl
And see It.
luu n ti-j - 1 itwii!,
' OAXIlOi' "IXjIji.
w Si' 1
1 f 4-1 -c N
X ' :
Anothor Dose or the Dirty
Mrs. Tilton Still Stands by
Her Clerical Paramour.
New Youk, Auuit 3. The HrooVlyii
Eitglu, tint uftorrioiin, publiiliothq, lol
lowing card from It. W. Sago, chairmun
of tho liivuatiguting comtnltteo In tho
The I'lyiuoutU -clitircb inveitlgnting
coinuiitto vurneitly requccts that nil per
ion who liavo butn Invlloil tototllfy bo
fore them, on tho matter now under ex
auilnttfoo, appenr beforo thorn to-morrow
(Tuutday) evening nt 8 o'clock, ki that
will probably ba tho lnat mcutlng ot tha
ouuiinlltou for thu reception of teitiniony,
A lummury of tho long oxarnlnutlun of
ilra Tilton, on Friday evening, ii pub
lished, Mid clnlmod to liavo boon obtained
from thu belt sources of inform
ation. .Mr Tilton luyn eho told Min
AnlLony tho atory ol nil the accuia
Hon maJu by tier hutbmd, iud erpoclally
iocUrcJ to hor thitt Mt Tilton aocuiod
her ol inlldi)llty with eovoral olhor pen
tloiimn of UrooUlyn boiidos Mr lleechor.
Mm Tilton claimed eho miured Mlft An
thony thera wn not u bit of truth in the
uccutationi, and ihu novur civo hur tha
loatt renion to asicrt eho had to confess to
any act of wrong-doing. Mies Anthony in
retnrn informed Mrs Tilton of certain
fntU of Inildolity on tho part of Mr Til
ton. Mr Tilton teemed to bavo a tort of
mania for driving Into her cars thu boliof
that Mr lieocher wan guilty, llo used re
peatedly to take down tho Bible and
road to'hcr the pafsago "but I say unto
yon tbat whosoever lookctu on a woman
Ui lint after hur, bath committed
udultry within his heart," and
would then eay; thcro Elizabeth, don't
you seo Mr lloecber ii guilty of adultory?"
Mrs Tilton, being atkod if tho had tho
thought of adultery in her mind, when in
that letter iho referred to her sin, answer
ud eho bad not the leait thought of that
kind. "When Mrs Tilton vaa removed
from the trouble of her home and the
unhappy influuncoof hor huaband' treat
ment, her thoughts were frou to consider
kcrupulouily what ronton thero had been
for hor hucband'a pervcsity, nnd she
realizod then, its nuvur before, how eho
had allowed hor lovu for Mr Ilecchorto
supplant her lovo for her husband, nnd
oiprcseiHl deep contrition for it.
Mrs Triton's Uitimnny, Bays adispatch
to ii,. Chicago Tribuni', will not bo
officially given to thu ptil-t,,4 ruTiiftTft
I ho L'ouniiilteo do not , f'.', ,,,1 ()no of
hli?hlv ot It us wits iititlclrmloa. uno m
,,.'..-''' aaii.iuea to j our oorreipond
ent that, while it is u general denial ui all
Tlllons charges, It namiu some 01 uio
specitloationi to bo true. 1 infer from all
tnut was said that Mrs Tilton was not as
good a witucsifor lloecber ns tho commit
todhiretl for, lot what will bo enld, tho
member of thu committou havo each and
every one botrayod a frtrong prijudico
against Tilton, and an eipially pofitlvo
partiality towards Ileccher. In fact, porno
of their'lndisercot cipretiions of botray
lng their partiality arn common subjects
of convereatlon, damaging to lleacher, as
ehowlng the unftirntri of tho investiga
tion. Tho comini'.too dribbled out u few
points of Mr. Tilton s twtimony. rho.o
reter to lb" UrllUlh Uaunt lettor, tho
,Mi.j Anthunv scene in Triton's house,
iiml Starrs' lettor. The principal points
of this, from tho Kagle, have beou tcle
graphud you bj tho Associated l'ross, but
i have, in uddmou, a. for facts from snu
of tho committee. In telling the Mory of
the Gaunt letter, slm nxplamtid how Til
ton had treated nur with tha utmost cru
elty and ducourtcsy, while lloecber had
been( on lh nontrary, tondur und ulleo
tionato. Triton bad no rogard for her
opinions or vijwi, IJueelier mado a pdint
of consulting hor about many things. lie
wrote and abked her viuwa ubout many
things he Paid publ cly. Tlltou made her
fool stii was nobody; tiecchor that
ttie wa of some inipwrlanco. Mho
said . tbat ou ono occasion, when
Bho hung on her husband's arm
in tho strust, they met Mrs. Laura
Curtis llnllard, a beautiful woman, then
editor of tho Involution, and Mter they
had passod, Tilton said to hor : "I would
glvu $&0U it you wero not with mo,"
Wlnnovor ho went ou it lecturing tour,ho
would say thatsho nued not oxpeul him
to regard his rnarrlago vows. Oiico at a
receptitin, where a large numbor of wo
mon's rights women woro present, ho
called hor one eidu and directed bur not
to approach or ppeak to him during thu
evening, us thoir personal appearauco wan
in such contraxt that peoplu wore audibly
pitying him on account of her li;nnblo
imiu.innco. iwhor, on tuo contrury,
was nlwavs conslduralo, and, in spito of
hor lovo for Tilton, shn could not but con
trast tho two men ; and in timo hur lovo
for her husband wanod, and her ulfoctlon
f.ir tuir im.tnr daveloued.
In addition to what you liavo about tho
icouo with Mil Anlhouy, .Mrs Tilton
teatiUod that Tlltua ' rago Was first ill-
rectod towards Mlsi AMhuny, mid drovo
that lady to hor room. Horu Mm Tilton
ioinod hor to apolmize for her husband's
coiiuuci, anu 111 inn couiiuenuii ui tuo uour
told tho story of what 1 mon uau itccuit'd
her of. but did not confush its truth, tihu
said Tilton had accused hor repeatedly of
adultery, nut only with lleechor but with
several othur men, "all ot whom," said
our correspondent's informant, "Mrs
Tilton named to tho committee."
Tho story of writing to Storrs' a con
fesion of guilt is partly reproduced in
what you havo already j but in alluding
to that tho said that lung ago Tilton
had Imposud on her, und Induced her to
writo and sign whatovur ho wrotu,
by artful representations that ho was la
boring with Needier and Moulton to
keep tho scandal hidden, and It was not
until ho, wrolo ami puuumuu iuo jb,coii
letter that sho was undeceived.
Tha llrooltlyn Kuglo publishes what
purparts lo bo tho substtneo of lleochor'a
.! . . . .. . t . .. 1... r 1 .
' fiirtliouuiing explanation, uut x uuuur
I stand It to bn unauthorized, him ply 0
I vonturu at a defonse, arranged by an in
1 venttvo but unscrupulous reporter. Tho
j fact i that Neeenor'n statement was
tlnlshed last Monday. It has been eenn
only by Traov and Shearman, Ida lawyers.
They luslst on delay until Moulton tustl
flot, and will not huar of Its submission or
puWicatinn, If Moulton is to bo kept in
thn eeorvo. Ill tin) meaiitllini Moulton
ipnnasei to lump out of thu way.
otincoA no disposition to put himself in
the bands of tho lawyers and the commit
teo, who am morclloss In their efforts to
Impoach Triton's witnesses. They want
only tho documents which Moulton Ii
supposed to have, and lay grat stress on
his lulluro to submit tho documents quoted
Krom all tho information obtaiuabla. It
seems likely that Moulton will not ap
pear. Needier will bo hoard, and then tho
committee, after hastily adjourning, will
report to the church that thorn is nothing
to act ou. There will be no ecclesiastical
trial. 1'iymoutli church will bo satliDod,
and Noochor will preach to larger audi
uncos than before. Nut in that event Til
ton will carry the matter Into tha courts,
in which tho lawyers will rejoice.
The Third district court room, In Nrook
lyn, was again crowdod this morning by
those anxious to observe tha changing
phrases of tho Noecher-Titton icandsl.
When tbwordlnary rcu'inn business ortbe
court had boon diepOMid of, Justice- Itiley
called tho libel case ol (Isynor vs. Tilton,
instituted last west-, mul read the fallow
'1 entertained tbu jornplalnt in this
case and issued a warrant against tho de
fendant, believing it my duty to do so.
I bad no knowtodgo of the complainant
or his position In tho matter. The de
fendant was arrested on that warrant
and appeared beforu me personally
and by counsel, and complainant
alto appeared at thu!iamo time, when It
wat admitted by complainant and thus
made known to mo for the tint timo, that
the complaint was not made with the
knowledge or consent uf the person al
leged to bavo been libeled. Now while It
is ttuo that libel Is a public otlanse, it Is
also true It is such an otlanse beoaus of
the private Injury it inflicts.
"A complaint ol this kind usually orig
inates with tho potion assailed, although it
is not always abtoluloly essential tbat this
ebould bo to, and many caiet occur where
third persons may interfere without incur
ring odium or censure of any kind. As
tho public offense, howevor, consists in
tho Injury dono or threatened to the indi
vidual, it Is hardly consistent with Isgal
principles to assume a crlmo from any
composition or publication, bowover vir
ulent, when tho porson therein montionad,
who is generally supposed to bo the best
judge ef what ailed! his own reputation,
decline! or emits to prosecute therefor.
Tho person mentioned in the publica
tion complained of is a citizen of Brook
lyn, to whom tho csurtt aro as accessible
as to the complainant in this case, lie
has not soen lit to make any complaint
and does not unite in this prosecution. I
have concluded, at this stage of the case,
that it is my duty to dismiss the com
plaint, net because the complainant did
not have a right to make it, but becauso
porson alleged to havo been libeled does
not now unit in this prosecution. Nut as
1 may be wrong, In my view of the law,
1 will incur no risk of error in tho matter.
I shall uot therefore dismiss it now, but
Hvo notice that 1 will do so on Wodnet-
Ht IO O I.IW-1 -
time tuft tasinftW.S: i-5.nca.
"My object in thus postponing a llnal
decision Is to aflord complainant an oppor
tunity 10 appiy 10 me supreme court
for a writ ot mandamus to compel me to
proceed, if 1 err. In refusing, in this
event, 1 shall cheerfully perform what
ever may be regarded as my duty in the
premliOi, othorwlsol shall terminato the
cast) as I have already statod,"
When .Judge Hiley had nnlsbtd rtad
ing his ilocision, Mr (taynor said: "Does
your honor held that under tho law 1 have
no right to this complaint 1 '
Judgo Hlloy replied that inasmuoh as
hn was not supported by the party libeled,
lie had prepared tho decision and would
dismiss tho complaint on Wednesday next
if no othor steps wero takon by tho com
Tho Count Joannes hero rosoto speak,
but ex-Judge Morris, cuuusol tor Mr.
Tilton objected to the court hearing any
thing ho had to My. Tho court agreed
with thn counsel and the case was for
mally adjourned to Wodnoeday.
The Jieecber investigating committee
continued its session this evening. Six
witneeas wore examined, consisting ot
four gentlemen and two ladies. Two of
tbo witnesses were understood to be
Mr and Mrs Reach, friends of Mr Nenaher,
whose residence adjoins his farm at Peeks
kill. Tho other lady was closely volled
and could not bo Identified. After leaving
tho home eho was accompanied by Mr
Iivington to the rosldenco ot Mr.
Needier. Tho other witness' names
could not bo aecortaiaed. Mrs Triton's
croes-oxamlnatton will be mado public to
morrow. It was stated that Mr lloecber or Mr
Moulton will testify before the commit
teo to marrow ovontng, whon It it believed
the oxaminntion will bo concluded.
Frank Oarpenter has decided not to ap
near beloro tho committee, and will write
a letter clving the reasons for his refusal
Ulouckbtkb. Mats,. Aucust X Krank
Moulton. tho mutual frltnd of Needier
and Tilton. Is the euost of General N. r
Nutlor at Nay Viow.
FITS CUHED FREE.
Anv peixiu Millerlng from tho' aliovo riU
euio N reiiucatftl to uddrchI)K. Pittci:, and
a trial bottle ol moilUiuu will lio forwarded
by uxprum, MU'.n.!
Dr. I'rleuUa uvular pbyclelait, and
muilo the treatment ol
FITS OK M'lIiEl'SV
a htttdy for year1, and he will warrant a
emu, by tin- mo or lilt remedy.
Do not fail to K'lidto him for trial liottlu;
It units nothing, and ho
' oirm: you,
no mutter of how lout?
may be, or how many
standing your c.to
olhe. rt'inetlicii may
hitMi lulled, . ...
Circular and testimonial sent with
. I'ltllK TIUAIi NOTTI.K.
ou. (iiias. t. rmcE. ,
(17 William Street, hew ork.
A MAN internum! "'0 lUHic Ulllt llrjt
nrmiaro hlui-clt to meet the rei.ulrojuenU
f his ci stouierHi next he must let every
os" hie or probable customor know that ho
a t 1 prepared. In a very small placo ho
Imiv rri 1. all tho reoplo what he can do. In
", l r. ' : 1,, , .t i.iinted handbill. noXeror
IrcuUr. properly illbtribtlted, will no elllci -
,. ou" bllt W IOKVKU IS IN A lU.Afi: LAltllK
VM lTilI TO HUI'l OUT A NmVNl'AI'im Wll.l.
,'ivh that it is Tin: ciiKAi'Ktvr mkhium
, - ' ... .......... n . . .i.i.Dl.ii'rilV till I.I III
1 111110 Kin wiiii j" i'i"ifi
BKAL UTAH AKtUIUV.
lohn y. Ilirm.n " "tp"
J. O. HARMAN &. CO.
And land Agcnta of tho llllnoln Central and
iiiiriingion unu .niMouri 11. it, Cos.
North Uor. Sixth nnd Ohio Lovco,
C. WINSTON & CO,
Ileal Estate Agents,
74 Ohio I.kvf.k, (Second Floor,)
lluy and Sell ltKAl, KSTATK. 1'ay 'PAXILS
KiiriiMiei Alutr&cts of Tit!.
t27 I -umt Commissioner.
To the lMltor ol Tite Ilrr.t.KTi.V!
KsTKKMKt) FiiiK.Ni: You will pl. a.n In
form your roadera that I havo a polllo
CURK FOU CONSUMPTION
and all disorder ol the Throat nnd Lungn,
and that, by Its tine In my praetlec, I havo
cured hundreds of casts, aud will glo
or a r.iso it will not hcuellt. Indeed, so
trong N my faith, 1 will nornl a Sasii'I.k,
t'HKE, to any niillercr addrcMilug me.
Please show thin letter to any ono you may
'mow who Ii sutfering from these diseases,
nd oblige, Faithfully Youm,
DR. T. F. BURT,
AU tVllllniti N. Hen York
l-d&w 1 111
1'M'CK NO. 1.
I'LirOK NO. 3.
Till! NKIV CCIH(JIOS FJIO.M WIL-
LAUD'S FAMOUS VA1NTIXGS.
Tlioo Kiegaut Chronio aro by f.ir tlie most
exprefiivo pieiuic.ioviT given 10 uiu ptio
llc, being lull or hiiiiior and "I'luek" lo tha
ln-t extent, tiro Hi by 'i'i Ini heii, mounted
upon eaiuii's ami ttraincrH. frleo ?1D thu
pair. Heml nrdern to thu publtklier. J. F.
IIYDKK, W.i Superior Hreet, Cleveland, O.
Siaik of Illinois 1
In the Circuit Court of Alexander cuuuty.
.September term, A. 1). 1ST4.
Kuuun Maiiiifai'tuiliig Company, Klljah
W. Morgan. David II. Morgan. Chaw 1'.
Parsons. Wilfred Kninen. .lame H, Dean, .S.
StaatnTa)loritnd Kdwin l'aroti9, Trulees
of tho Cairo City l'roperty Company, Frank
lin I., l'arker, .lames Kllix, Ilattio C. Karnes,
Manning Maylleld and William U. ltrowu,
(llrni of M. Maylleid and Co.) and William
Petition lor Mfcuanlc'H Men.
Allldavit of tho noii-refldeiieoofKllJah .
Morgan, .larnen II, Dean, Kdwin I'artmn,
LVniiVIIti 1.. l'arkur. ilameN h'UH. Mnuuilli;
Mavlleld and William storcr, iibovo namd
ili'fcniliuitH, having been tiled in nllleo ol the
clerk of nald court, notlco is therefor hereby
iven to vou tuo t-niil r.lijiui vv. .unrgnii,
it. h.-iin. Cdwin l'arnonii. Franklin 1..
l'arker, .laim-H Kills, Mamtlti iluytUld and
wniifiiii Htnrur. that thu comnlaiuuut tiled
bin petition lor a mcchanic'it lien In
....1,1 .mlltl fill UIU Illirtl I1I1V Ol .I11IIL'. .. If.
IST4, and that thereupon a summon In-tied
out of mild court rt'turiiablt! onthnlirt Mon
day In thu mouth ol September next as Is
leuireu oy iw.
Sow, unletH you hhall peraonally bo and
i,iiru .aid I'oiirt 011 thu llr.t day o
thn next (Keptemlier) term theivof tu ho
holden In thu city ot Cairo in uld county mi
tho llrt Monday In Soptembor next, and
pload, answer, or demur to thu petition n
eoiiiplaliint,thesamuand tho inuttcrN and
thing therein charged and slateil will be
taken as ciinfcssed and a decree cnteied
n.-alnst vou aceordlm: to thu prayer of cald
tir.oiKii: riBIIRH, I AttVU.
"Cairo, IIIIiio'h, dunu lllh, 187 1.,
HUSE, LOOMIS Si. CO.,
TaVcn great pleattre In atinoutieliiK tliat
they are now prejiai ed to supply everybody
with htVo lee ot tlm very uesi ijuaui)-, emin
... .1..1.. i,mi. or nt tho stores. Order
"1.,. i.i 1, l-lt at tliu olllce. No. l Ohio
D.JIathttas E. C. Uli
MATHUSS &. UHL,
Forwarding A Central
KLOUK, GIlAIxV, HAY AND
STR.ATTON & BIRDS
Agents American Powder Company,
e? ojio zsvmk. CAinn.
PARKER. & AXLEY.
NORTHERN BUTT ER
Coiner or 8th (Street and Washington Ave.
Wood Rittenhouse & Brother
(ip.xkkai. Commission Merchant,
133 Ohio fiuvee, Cairo.
l lATBUtT R. J. AYBKl
AYKIia & CO.,
L O -Q-
OENKIML 6'OMISSION WEHOHANTS
No. 78 iiHVM.OntolUian.lt.Tji.
J. M, PHILLIPS,
Prejirepared to forward all Linda of
Freight to all points.
tgriliHluehu attended to promptly.
H. A. Thoiai l. n. Thom,
TIIOMS k OJOTHEU,
Huccesotrs to Ii. M.llulen,
'JOMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROK VUB
act uBALsna in
Htle and ruoy locrJe.
.oteign ana uoiiio
PETJITB JJSTD 3TXTTS
1U1 Commorclal Avenuo,
OAIKO. - . ILLINOIS.
And Dealer In
J. hue, Cement, Piaster, Hair, Ac.
J3T1 will fell In car loatl lota at manufac
turers prices addlllj; freight.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(S'tiecet-or to John J!. l'lillli-,)
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS,
HAY, CO UN,
.MKAJi, UHAxV, ie.
igenU Tor Laflin & Iland Powder Company.
:01t. TKNTll ST. A OHIO I.KVKK,
MILLER & PARKER,
FliOl'H, COUN, OATS, HAY, &e:
Agents fur l'uirbank's Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS.
N. II. ThUtlewood. 1'. J. Thlttlewood
THISTLEWOOD &. CO.
Plour, Com, Oats, Hay, Ao
No. 78 OHIO LEVKB,
COFFEIt, 1IAR1USON & CO.,
(Successors to D. Uurd A.Bon.l
VLUUa.UUAlH AN1 MAT.
Ko03OMoLv. OAIKO, ILLB.
WOOLOTT'S PAIN PAINT
Cure all kinds ol pains. Kor sal by
jolo at-euU lor Alexander, 1'uhsW, Uutoo
ml JUmo counties. fl-U-2m