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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, APRIL 6. 1871.
ONLY DAILY PAPER IS KOYPT.
15V JOILV II. x)i.eiuy & CO.
COM MISKIO.M .11 F.ltG'II A.T
No. 7U Ohio Li-u-e,
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t'.n, keep rnn.Untly n lno J L".ot onv
plele Hock nl
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Pod, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
Tfe a, m;n, tjf J. It I 4 (V ' OlebrMa
Wr .nl n tfijt lor Cash, to which iau
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
HllBfcKI W. MIIXKll, oJ.'rr.
, S. lltUilKt, CHliler.
Collections Promptly Made.
aixcliiiiitfo, t'otn, Dunk Note
anil L'ltttMl MtutcH Necuri
llv liouulil Mini
luteret Allowed on Time Deposit.
US. .H. MVAKDDIt
Ladies' Furnishing- tioods,
Corner Mnlh Hlrtal,
All kln-ls "f 1 1 Uhlng lor LaMrt' imr md to
l0r.nrlf'l)' in.llet A,o, full if irtn' n ef
AND DEALER IN AM
KINDS OF F11ES1I MEATS
Cor. lOtli nnd I'oplar SI.,
Cairo, - - - Illinois
IlUY.anil eliughtera only inn best entile, ni'iia
o i nli-ep, and la pic rd 10 ml any demand lor
friah uinaiita Irum one pound til l.n tlioilatnil
hhiui. i ejdll
yy A L'IEK dc MA I.O.N Y.
A.ND DEALKIUJ IN
Eighth St., between Washington k
AflJs'iiliiR Itllirnhoii.c . Manny'.
Kn'ilhb-.tii rl, I'ork, Mutton, Vl, l.anib
. '' n l r prepared to mti citireni
in b- in -t '..m I iniiiir. oiiMll
PEOPLES' MEAT MARKET
Cll.tS. (JAYKIl ic CO., Prnp'r-.,
Kffn 'inumtl) on rut I the Utnf It.el, I'f.ik
Mil'tr, Vr.i, Lamb, SensiRe, 1'ithllntr, I"
I 'full nlulfl.M in ui quant (jorn.dlf rt,.m.
U ;. on d.nJ
Order. T, -I pmnpt r r l ,ti.rvijnn wr
onto i.i:vi:i:, caiho.
rTl.niN - SON'S, . Proprietor
Art'.Vnu li, full Ii'IhIIiiii.
Mf. I' . tun A Mil. r f"-! I" lnrnXi
II kta(of K -'Uri f it.r l-. MUtlt), !:!
i u I r.l cf kl kin J (Jrlsm H.ur, n.cK
it n Tuittn, rn-t lioni ih I. Wluo
mporter and Wholesale Dealer
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Axs. for lt trr.l cf
! 0HEA3I AND STOCK ALE
Xxnportocl AIom orciir
So. 75 oiiio li:vei;
rorto l'nhl A nl -tr'
Itoctlller and Wlioli'mOc Denier In Kor
oU'ii ami Uiuiiitfc
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
78 Ohio Ijvv,
CAIRO. - - I Liu.
lln lfj..in Man Iciniluu'i, kfu'l.locUcf
Old Kent in k) llnurlinii, Itj c uml Mon.
0111,'iilielii tVlilfkies, Krcni'h llrnn
ilii-M llollmid Mil. Italtie
nnd California Wlnei.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Hp! wren Washington f X I'oplar St
llonth amt Si'iirN .til In Orilcr. I'lnr
'3'iticf'irtirirL Wurrinfnrl I
OdUaldLllUII VFdl I ClllltJU I
PAINTS' OILS, ETC.
H F I'ark-r
ll. t Illaka
WHITE LEAD. ZINC, OILS
Window (Mass anil Putty.
Urn. I.e., Wall P.,,,,. window HI...
03 OHIO s,EVKK,
Cairo - - - - Jllino
An I nil kin
OUR ESOUSH COUSINS.
Thiugs have chtoged materially
miicc the (jticatioti wa derisively asked
iu England: "Who reads an Amen
cau book Uur cousins now recog
nize us iu the guild of literature, and
Rome or bur author?, notably Irving,
Hawthorne and Longfellow, are as
popular in Great Britain as in this
country. There ic, however) iu culti
vntcd Euglish circled, a niarrclous
amount of ignorance concerning uur
institutions, our civilitatiou, our (irom
inent men, and onr geography. A
great many stories arc told in illustra
tion of this fact. One by Ju?tiu
McCarthy, given iu tholast number of
the (Mden Ay, is particularly amu.v
ing, .Mr. McCarthy was preccnt last
Milliliter at (r reenwioh at the annual
dinner of the, Cobden Club u fociety
composed of the inott illutriou. liber
emit in England, as well as oome that
aro not particularly illustrious. Mr.
(thil'tono "a? in the chair ; and in duo
time a complimentary toast was pro
po?cd to tho President of the United
h'lnic. The Hon. John Hicelow, of
Nexv Vork, late minister at l'ari, who
wa present as a gue.l of tho club, was
ciilled upon to reply As he com
menced "peaking, an EnglUh nobleman,
who sat next to Mr. McCarthy, inquired
of him who that American gentleman
wav On Mr. McCarthy pronouncing
hit ii nine, the nobleman exclaimed
eagerly . 'i lien i must nesr uim or
urn i gnat admirer of hit Jiitidow
1IIK CAM KO HTVLK.
All colon are prMntl in tbret or
four 'hade adapted to making up In
"cimoo" tulti, tha undtrtkirt being of ono
tint, tlio overtklrt oha ikade'iarker, tti
bstlc yet darker, and pernar the trim
mlnfj fuldf, Ae., still darker, or In the
rnTeri! ortiir. Very tttutlful and at
IU laiiM tlino vry cbwlt eflveta are pro-
durd tiy this arrangcmicnt.
4'AFK AU I.AIT
U thg relenlni; color. For tlo tenettt of
thoto fiiK rca lert who do not read French
will my, tbst monn in our vernacular
coff'o with milk. If you mad Ibis para
grsph at tho brcskfmt table yru can tee
the vnrioiu thndct of this color by iuccet-
rlvoly pouring mnri milk In your cup of
Java. Kvcry lady who obey tbo dictate
of fmlilon ".rill at once adopt tbl new
culur. 1'ortunatoly it it on, woll adapted
to mo't completion, and is admirablti for
NOVKLTIKK IN rOULAKl.
India or Chineio fabric, called in gun
oral foulsrdi or pongee, are in great
variety and quantity. There are tbo
plain serge foulard, an uncolortid artiele
of wonderful durability; plain foulards of
all color, figured French foulards, and silk
pnngeo of niiporior quality. A very
attritctiru novelty in thi clan i the
foulard itnprlmii, which it printed in tbe
mnU olleclivo colors after India patterns
In a great variety of tyle, ipeclally ad
hpiod fjr gontlenitn'a nnd ladies' morning
robot and robot do cnmnbro.
Of lining and trimming silk tbn dis
play l very largo, and the price aro the
rovero of high.
AN OLD t'RIKND
rfilk ockit.baudkurchief, white, with
light, colored borders, and having tbe
initiiil lcttor marked in color in the cen
ter, aro coining into extensive use. Sotno
of thoni aro oxtromely pretty. Once used
and they will not bo readily abandoned
Party tie and glovos are In all colors.
Tho .took of tle embraces all style, of the
manufacturer of tho bouse and Imported
from all leading Kuropean markets.
CoIIbm and cuff, receive special at
tention. DIlKsSK.-, SACKS AM) fill AWLS.
I Conspicuous aro taquot in all
color", mainly black, tcarlnt and bluo
. fabrics embroidered in bright color of
. silk with gold, in an oriental style. They
aro very elegant In pattorn, and for car
riage and fur morning wear at home, will
bn oxceodingly admired.
A beautiful PolonaUo was of black gros
grain, trimmed with Jaco and frlngo;
sleeves long and wldo flowing.
Palimles, or riding shawli, reversible,
In very bright colors, striped, are a protty
and serviceable garmont.
X black polouaisa in gro grain, half
cloic, was slHthod Iohlnd and
trluiuied with embroidery, and braid.
Fringo it mod most exteusiyely for
the border of nil garments.
Tho display pf wrap Is very ottensive.
and tho styles 'of ' 'singular beautyf. jho
hapos holng mainly1 that of tha'iack,' and
85 w 1
A black iron crenadlno with fold of
mauvesllkand tho flounces bound with
tho mauve. It much admired. Alio
a lavender color Princess LouUa, In cameo,
the folds being of a darker shade. It was
braided and cdeo with fringe. Skirt had
narrow flounce. A second black grcn
adlno wai trimmed in black.
A novel dreis is of hoavy groi-grain,
with flounces a foot wide, tho edge in
alternato points and scallops, above whlon
is a fold, same widtb, box-plaited, and tho
odgo lined with silver-gray silk. Tho
overiklrt. when extended, It a full traitu
When put up, o banner. It ii trimmod
Itb delicate silvar-tiray fringe, under
black point lacos woiit and iloevee trim
med in same stylo.
Chief among tho new things in ehawls
aro ruverslblo ottoman stripes In very
brilliant colors, silk and wool Homo add
to tbe stripe a cross-bar. They cotno In
all shapes, long and square shawls and
scarf. Contrast In colors Is uied to its
best effect. Thoy cannot fail to please.
Uurlin has tbu credit of production.
There aro also new designs In French
canhmero, th centers being In black and
Ilrocboand Paisley shawls arc In their
usual Tnrioly, but show nothing specially
Striiei uro tbe favorite styles in thawle
and tcarfii generally, the colors being oi
ondcrful brilliancy and offoctlvely ar
unns hoods tor strino.
A stylu which promises great popularity
it called Princess Loulio, for suits. Tho
material is a s3h, tbln, lustrous goat's
wool, and It comes bordered with a silky
fringe edge, which is desfgncd to trim it.
Mado in a variety of shade, It ranges In
price fmm fifi cent to SI 'i'. Silk wool
serges aro from 80 cents to $1 2S. Sum
mer Kinpre cloths 60 cents to .l 23.
Poplins aro In great variety, some of
tbm very line. Irlah (Pirn Brother
make), ?2 35; Fronch nnd Lyonf, ! 25.
Kngllsh Uiragu and grenJinn run from
3 J cents to II :5.
Fronch merino, though mainly old In
colder k-mont, are still shown In all
There are plain and figured linen for
suits; I.lnen lawm from 3Sc up.; Jacon.
oU and Organdies from 16c.
th c rxTnr.MiTir.s.
Every kind of boso now in use insy te
teen, Silk, plain and in stripes; Ualbrlg
gan; Lisle throad; Cotton, plain, open
and striped. ltal Halbriggan., genuine,
are from 60 to 76c.
Ladle' and Children's Undergarment
in this department aro in great quantity
and at every price.
b'un umbrellas and Parasol aro of
overy kind. Tbo lead Is In cameo tvh;,
plain fringed and lacu ciivoreJ.
ISenainr RlalrHcortt She Allett llutrrt.
! of Site Booth.
plain wonus rnou tkutiikl'l krank.
On tlm third Inst., Frank Ulalr ud-
droned tbo tivnato In oppoiition to tho
Ku-Klux bill, and told tbti l'.opu blicar.
member some plain and wholesome truths.
TliefjllowinR synopsis tf tbo sjeeclnsill
givo our reader a taito of Its quality:
Mr. Blair argued that the reeasuro it
win now proposed to pus wot an assump
tion of powor by Congrelo punish the
violation or State law. t ins uangerou
power, which is now to ho stunned by
Congres, may and doubtlot will be ex
crcLiedatsomufuturo day by somo other
party upon wealthy communities In tho
North. Tho system of government under
which tho South is ruled it n di.gruco to
any age. Thu carpet-bag systum it per
fectly infamous, by which strangers nnd
adventurers, men of no character, aro ru
ling over the pooplo whose ancestor made
their States what they aro. Hi tbe in
terest of the poople of thoso Slate to re
press disorder, because they own the
property and pay the taxe but ill to
the interest of thecarpot-baggers to mituu
faettireand magnify them, bccatiio it it
that upon which tnoy fatten. The pros
pects ot the Radical party wero o alarm
ing that something must be done. The
ptoplo wero clamoring for revenue reform;
lor reduction of tho taxes, by which mil
lions wero wrung from them for the bono
fit of plunderer.' They wero searching
vory closely Into tho corruption and
venality of tha Itadicnl party, Tho rank
and file were falling away from it and
something desperate mutt be resorted to
to avo it. The Radical gong was
eounded to outrage and murder, crime and
disorder, excelling in falsehood mid ma
lignity thoso which hud preceded them.
These storie of outrages in North Caro
lina, which had been detailed bofuro tho
committeo with closed doori, with no op
portunity for refutation were tbo utter
ances of men who would not bo believed
by any ono. Oat of tho mouth of Govern
or iioiueu ntmiult wero. these falsehoods
exposed. In his messages to tho Legisla
ture Governor llolden said exures.ly that
no disordora existed iu North Curolinu.
Alluding to those reconstruction acts Mr.
Blair said that .whenever tho Hunreme
Court had any opportunity to past upon
any question connected with them, It
had Invariably nronoiinccd tbeui uneen-
stUutlonal, and Congress, knowingr they
wore unconstitutional, pasted an act to
prevent ..the Bupronie Court irom punt,
ing -Uirectly upon -its reconstruction"
measure. lie mid (hat the Democratic
party, while it believed their acts to le
unconstitutional, did not.- aa bad been
charged. Intend . to :ovartnrow tbem by
lorce. no only Manure to wnicn in
tho trimming generally a flat one,
and Unci fringe finishing thoodge.
Mr. 'Scott hero Interposed and quoted
from tbu Broadhoad letter of Blair that tbe
President elect should deposo tbe carpet
bag government by force.
,Mr. Ulalr said he was not tho Dnnio
cratlc party, and tbo Democratic parly
waa not Blair and ho repeated that tho
Democratic party bad never threatened to
use forcible means to ovurthrow tbo un
constitutional acts of Corn-res, lie
(Blair) had believed and did believe
that thu President having takon
an oath to support, .tho Constitution,
should stand to mat oath; khttbcrairainu
Centres or against Individual, for he be-
uovuu mat congress violating .iru wtiniii
tutlu'n wa no more than a mob. Uo had
aid that the army should bo made to
.undo lu. work .of, iitiifnatlonsuxl- he said
so.now. But no force would bo necessary.
for, If tho army jras.irjtbdrawn, the Infam
ous carpetbag governments wouiu tail oi
themseIv..Hr.lJiair then reierro'l. to
an address, alleged to have been Issued
during tho Presidential canvas of 1808. to
the negroes of North Carolina, advising
them to burn the barns of neonlo who dis
charged ihe.il ea nccoont if politics, 'and
which, nn th authority of Dr. Goodloe, ho
said had been written, by. IL S. Senator
I'ooio ana J tin go neaar ' .
Mr. l'oolo Intorruoted. to say that the
addreit bore no , suyis construction, and ixi
senslblo man could.putsuch a construction
upon It. v
Mr. Blair. resumlncr. said It was so re
garded at tbe tiuMS;-a4 tbe-teMitneity of
a negro ocforo thu committee showed that
the negruoa hadconfeiMUTIhat they were
instigated to tiarii-uuming uy .uovernor
Jloltlun, audxhe men were pardoned when
convicted. It had been Indisputably
proven that the origin of thu Loyal
Leagues in tho South was fur the purpose
of cunipellIng'Begroci,Wyno ,tbe Baqrtlli
ticket. These Ignorant and superttitiout
negroes, as the Senator from Ohio (Sher
man 1 called them, wero Initiated to union
LoiL'ucs with blue llzht and red llehts
and every other kind of lights and all spi
purtenaiires calculated to bewilder their
simple minds, and then were sworn to
sunnort the Kadical party. Mr. Blair
then reviewed at length the condition of
attain in .North and boutli Carolina, alleg
ing thnt corruption, fraud and villainy
relirnud. supreme; that peopla were plun.
dcrcd nf their substance by an army of
carpet-baggers; that tho debt of tho Stale
had been erroneously increased, dec. The
Senator from Indiana (Morton) had tbe
other day favored the Senatu with ex
tracts from Democratic papers of Ken
tucky. He (Blair) proposed now to give
ome"cxlracls from the Kadical papers of
South Carolina severely commenting on
tho venality of thu Legislature. IIo alto
quoted from the remarks of Govornor
Sett, that ono of the greatest curses
afflicting South Carolina wa tho horde of
uncrupuloii adventurers irom tno aortn
coming down there lor purpotes of plun
der. Sir, Ulalr further read an account of
tho personnel of tho South Carolina Leg
islature. Of that whole body but thirteen
were white, and tho remainder nil black;
but nineti-un could read and wrltu gram
matically. Mr. Sherman admitted that the Legisla
ture of South Carolina had behaved shame
fully, but ho would a.k tho Senator what
remedy did ho propose for It. Did ho fa
vor universal amnesty Because If be
did, he (Sherman) wuuld probably agree.
Did bo propose to take sutfrago from tho
negroes v Because if ho did that would
bo a subject for debate. But if tho Suiiat
or proposed no remedy, ho had certainly
no rignt to tiring tneto matter in no re.
Mr. Biainaid ho had tho right to do It.
Ho had the riuht to arraign this bodv for
tnking down tho voice, tho very princi
ple of fruo government, for destroying
focal cl -government.
Mr. Sherman tald thtt everyone voted
in South Carolina, and Mr. Sawyer raid
there wero not over 2,200 in tun Statu do.
barred from holding otlico by the Four
Mr. Blair thought tlm Henator very
mueo mistaken. lie believed there worn
Mr. Sawyer said tho position of the
Democratic party in South Carolina wa
tuch that no considerable number would
accept tbo prruVr of .ifflee. Thoy wero
influenced by tho attltudo of tho Demo
cratic party in the Noith and the Broad
head letter of tho Senator to refuse office
for a sentiment.
Mr, Ulalr For a principle.
Mr. Sawyer A entiment.
Mr. Ulalr A principle, it was a prin
ciple and ho wa glad that the Democratic
party adhered to that pnnciplo In spite of
Ike loaves and tlshef. lie (aid that tho
Democratic party had refused to s'l.sni
the plunder with tho carpet-baggers.
Mr. Ulalr continued in ruviow
of tho condition of the other Southern
States, tho dol t of which, he laid, had
buen o enormously Increased under Kad
ical rulo. IIo afd that ho wont from
Mi'iouri, ragged nnd naked, without mon
ey to pay for hi broakftst. Now ho lived
in a palace, anu wat roiling in weaitn; aim
he ril l wa Informed that ho never ii:ned
a bill without a price. In regard to tho
cuso of Verger, which had been brought
into till discission liy the beuator from
Ohio Sherman, ho Blair desired to al
lude to an aspect of that caso a yet not
touched upon. lie then read from tho
statement of ono of the counsel, to nrovo
that the case had been kept out of tho Su
premo sjourt nccauso or the rear that tho
reconstruction noU, under the authority of
which Yorgjr was committed, would lxi
deelured unconstitutional. The KadieaU
had thu confessed that tho acts wero un
constitutional, and yet, without them,
thoy would bo in a minority ir. both house
oi congress io-uhv, aim a minoruv ol a
minority. The men who came by' virtue i
of these reconstruction act had uneon. I
ily given votes which deposed tho
i who built up tho Kadical nnrtv. the I
Senator from Massachusetts Sumner.
vtmioui concluding, 3lr. IJieir gave
way, and the Senato, at 4 o'clock, went
into elective session and then adjourned.
sap A young lady, accompanied by a
friend, went to a photogranlior to have
her carlo taken. Sho was observed to be
vory particular to stand upon her dres
while being taking much M the annoy
ance of tho photographer, but no perua
sion of hi could make her stand in any
other position, When asked by her
friend why she was so particular, she re
plied that sho understood thu operator
viewed tha object upside down.
Democratic party would
A Horrible Traaedjr.
From the Komo Commercial wo learn
that a most horrlblo tragody occurred in
S'.. Clair county Ala It seoms that a tax
collector, having collectod n largo amount
of money, gave It to hi wife to keep it,
with the understanding that ho would bo
absent for suvcral days. The night after
he left, threo men came to the houso dis
guised, and dctnntided of the collector'
wife tho money. Sho refused to tell them
whero it wa. They searched and found
it, then ordered her to cook nipper.
While engaged In oboylng their order,
shoconcoived the Idea of poisoning them.
Sho carried out tho Idea by adroitly put
ting arsenic In their colfi-u. Thoy drank
It and died. Stripped of their disguise,
he 'ound two oi them to bo stranger,
but tho third wat her husb'itid, who had
adopted tbl method of itcullng tho peo
'Charity," an old feninlo slave, iiyesr
of age, died on Sunday last at Dunde'e, In
Bergen county, Now Jersey, and was
buried on Monday at tbo old Slnulenlam
burying ground, Sho was one of the fow
who did not elect or choose to be free, nnd
consequently she remslned a Hen on the
estate of Simeon Van Itlticr, of Bergen,
and Van Hirer's daughtermarrying Itieh
ard Alvea, (.'hiirity became anattachoof
the Alyua family, where sho wat kindly
crs! tor until ilic ilicu. rattcmn Uitar-
The San Pratici'co llnUrtm thinks
that the Kothchlld', who have a thirty
years' lease of tho Almaden quicksilver
mines in Spain, and a inoropnty of thu
sale of quicksilver In London, have now
virtually obtained control of tho New
Almaden mines In California, whereby, it
tay, '-a single house will liuvo tin mono
poly ofull tho quicksilver in tho world.
The New Idrla will bo swept into the sniiie
current, If ll hnt not been already; and as
for tho other small mines, they will be
gobbled up when tho time come.'
"Wllllamk' lloiirbon aud lllali U'lrtre
i r riinn m i t Vi n i.
li riflneil fur tie b Clio nntrlnr. nn lha nir.l
Tlir IiiiiMiiik I era nn ) complete throagtitiit
Id all the mo lrrn Impr.itrnieol- ari'l ap I m.e.
bf uct .tbllshniiit, It Ini'iimplrte ni!liili'j
nriirr, tall li nater 0-D run, Tlm anyirn-,
n.ai'lilnrrjr, ami app.ralu Riurrallj are of Hit
br.t man tciur.
Tan M'llu hiiiMlrt I " lij tl frrt. nn I Ihi-e
siorlrs hluh. Th laillrliii n H rt Si feet . Hie
tub lii'il 14 7 lv 1; fret, each llicd bIDi out
Ti a lu.ina i. IS Inch rrlludrr. with 30 lnh
r'rakr.iao Lollrr lliach't liulnmslcr. I flue.,
n l iW frrl lonif.
TheciMC Ijr oi Ilia ill.lillMJf la 75 trrrrl pf
la. Contiguoutto tho Ml-llllf rjr arvaUrae briek
warennu., aii.i .n tor aioea.
ll i u n.f ... i mm iu any ni.ii,mnK in carry nn
tliaill.tlUvry biii. no Utter opimrtiiDiiy Tit
insritnirntrwti tianKerml than li found h', loth
cons drrlni(llialltillrry bulMIng au l apruutut
an. inr locanon inrrrut atuiirn.
I'nr funher turticul rs apply tmha under.
i;iicd ai rrn,nr toHinilh.tlai(.a iVi ,eurnrnf
Mnln rod .Motcn ttreri. hi. I. ui-. Mn.
JOHN M. I.A.NHDKN,
rjlltirTl.t.,. 8.4 LK,
Wlirr.,Jtinr H. Itcinl' n or.il M,ry V. It.ar
daii, el thactty of Cu'io.i ouni) of lex'nder u 1
ftsta of Itlinni., lor their r. rialn fala 3lnns;sye,
bearinK'U'ub'nfleenlh day nf February, A I).
U"i, and recorded Iu laiolc ' " of inn;iK,
pga 41, in the reooider'a office of Alex nder
c.iuniv, lllinnls. did ronveyin fen toiha under
i;nd A. II, halfard, Triltlea fur Ilia Commercial
liniiraniao. m i,nivgo, in iu lehenoeni mu-
rtneu (.., oi iwi.ma, an'i in. n xire a vo
(lileaco.lhu follDHinc la crihe-l lutaur I arcel e
Un liu wl i Lil niiinbi red eleven (IT. in block
numtxTtd dfU'iau .W) lyins and Ulniu thu
eii i fC.iira.Aleisnder eouniy, llliuol..
I'rnvliled. how'Vr. Ihat In cs-a of ilefnli in
llio pitymiiiol tlireeieriald promissory noiet of
in. ,im. JWB i3 icapien, racn ueaiine eren
.luifl mm Hie and morl, eaeli rxung rnr
I ! mii m 01(1311 ll-oi) three hundred forly.aiaht
and ll-UH ilobura inl brlni? iniirn fiOli
fie' riLHU ineaoi sale moriaase.iiiie anil n.rabln
I Ilia unJer.icnel A. H. Nairnnt. ,r,r.i..
at the Clly N lounl ll.nl. Cdro, Willi Inter it
,ai nil wreeqi. per annum ifilll Hale, m tha
un'.er.ixnei n, nrinnro. iril'l... Ma I nl
l.i'T.vriiiaiiTr ir aimriir; , piiuui i pri rem aim
ell In- .aid i renil-e-, an by laid sul. morisa
prnv dad, and eieeuta in Iho pu-cham n gnod
ami aiiltle ei t deed. coiiTrrlnrr all Him ri.ht ami
nil or ilia auni ja ne n. Kraiuen anil jury V.
bv Kid I mortsie. rnnveia.1 la l he
nersiitne I. ana anerr,ut'iiiuiiaa neeu mm.
inlli rainenlof Mid unteanl the entlia ITinei
pil and inlere.t of 0h Ol.ald 1101(1, renulu
due and unpad.
ow intrtiero, nnuce i nereny nwn, intby
v.rlii" of ihotrrm and cnn lulnna of ssld sl
morlsAf-. I will, nn 'Ihnrtdsr. th 4tti dtv nf
May, Irtl. at the ttld premise, ui Hie . lly ol I
i.aii., IIIHHI-, inr ii'iui i k-iiiii"u.H.iii.i .1
mil day, tell i he pr-init.. foiestld. at iiibhe
...,l,,.' l.. Ilia liiel.a.l l.i.l, I. r f. r ri.h lnV.i.,1.
and will execute nd delise to the purclii-er
dee.1 lUrefur. A. H. Str'Ki Up,
JIcrlK'H'e and Tru.iee,
flsrin A Gusiit, Atlj. sprUJOl
t lted isiate. of America, Somliera Pi.trlot ef
lllinoia, at I
Wherein, on (he Ulh Of Slaich, A, I) 1971.
lvlln A Terr.ll nled a I'bel ui Ihe I'l.lil HXiuil
nf the L'niled iilaiea lor Ihe t-ouilitrn ln.ir ti of
llllnola, aiftlust lh tleam'i-at Olne Pianch, lirr
boiiK, lai'kl , etc., prajiiiKthnl Hie raine may b
Inn 'einueg lo a.-vordauev wlllilbe prayerol i 1
And whereat, by virtue of process in due tnrin
nf law, to in. direeled. relnrnaile on the flr-t
Mondav in I WtoUir, I have aeiied Um and lakrn
Ihe Ki'l stetmboitt Uhie lraii"h, lir Ikm!., uckle,
eic , and elJiunnta liriiur Rieen Ixiuds Hie urn
wa. ii' vn.ed frmn in) cu-bidy, J
Nntii'au h.reiiv mten thai a Di'lnct Court ef 1
the I'liittil hlat 'amll bahel I at llmUnitel .into
nun t room in the city nl doro, in the rlrst im.
day in iK'tiiber, fiirth'Wial of tho ald inemlies,
and iheoaner oroner, and all per.ons who
lava or o tlm nny lr.ien l therein, are hereby
cltnl to be andp'ar at lhtiinend'i.oaf.'re
aalil, to .how e.iu-e, If any ihey h..a, why a
deciee ahould not bo ri-iiderd in aecorJauco with
tlm pr.ijer "f aid libel. . ,
Mnrvh Ut, 1S7I. JOHN I.. RoUTT,
II, H. Marshal,
P) Poll r Saup, Iiepuiy.
IQIfTAV A lir.M I.A It It Kit
AalllUil AUaUKs UAUUIiIl
Cor. 8th St. and Commercial nr.,
i.v Tiit: PKititY iiou.si:
harp HaaoM.S'leaisTotv la witl Skill
I,adla'and Childrea'a Hair Cm and Shsmpooned
vitner at toe shupor
AT Tit Kilt OWN IIOMK.
Uintlemt'ii' Wlu.lersitn I Hair l)"d Inatciuo
ii mannor aad ittitfactluoiiuiiiuteed
A victim of early Indiscretion, caiiaiug nertnii.
dhility. prenuliir. iloay, etc., Ion In tiled in
tabi every adsernaed rrSBedy,.lia dlOTen.l a
aunple meant olaelf cure, which he will arnd for
hit irllm.urb'rr. Addrass, J, U, TUTTLE
tswtu) rs h'eaaan .. Ksw Teik.
r M. PUIL.LIPM0.. .
(Suee-or I" I!. II. H.iiitr'ek, A"('p.
' CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
LIBEKAI. AttVaSIt'RM MAISl! ON CSSW.
STAr pri"pr'l ! iwiw, inrt tni ferwkte
'rrlxhtr to all point', nd t'H fU't yjl,flo eqm
Tii-liin - " "
alluMaiiiitUnilii'J luvrilli uromttii',
.MlLlra. jmT. piaiisa
GENERAL . COMMtSSlOH
F I.OI1 It, CORN, OATX, UA V.
So. SiH Ohio Tavee
ru-osi: a vi.!K.vr, '
nd dealers In
Lime, Cement, Plaster Paris
t'tsr. Niii Street ttntl Ok la Lcr M
JA'O. II. P1III,JN,
ii(Vn1.r.rto I'Jrk'rJ I'Mllia.l
And Dealer la
Flour, Meal, Hit)-, Corn, Ohim.
Z. P. Mtthut. E. C. Bbl
jtyJATIIUSN V I III.,
tnunin uve, 1st .atlonaI Baak
wcilltenllen siren to the purchase and sale
w . . . rt ,.
LTLjOXJ l" & GrR A I IV
" -,v-' ' t-V S
. A M.I 1A V llHTIIi:UN.
FORWARDING i COMMfSSJON
FLO XJ R
And Acnt ot
OIIIO KIVUB AD KANAWHA
IV o. 70 oxzxo xwai3
Scccxs3asor AtiatA Co.,
General Commission Mercbrrt
So. 13a, Ohio Lvrer;
novlltf OAIM, ILJ,