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BY JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, APRIL 19, 1871.
ONLY DAILY JAJBR IN fePTl
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INSURANCE.
W.'lli Horrla.
Notary l'liMk.
H. If. SSaaelf
Notary J'liblle and II
, (Jommlnloner.
FIRE
HULL
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LIVESTOCK
Insurance
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B.naaont curtly will warrant
I ttmyttuUj tk ol Ilia cltiuni of Cairo,
,hrof thfirpatronagg T1'LJ
C. N. HUOMlM.
OIBea-al Hrt Nallamal .Bank
MPAT, OCBLE-
Windini Lock & Sish Holder.
. TJ1K ONLY
KKLIAaU.E
Wln.low Kaat out
it h no P"W;
la Uinl ftnt Dnr
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mtatal, locka win.
dowaarcurfl, wlilla
oaaui or.rlaifcl. and
pntrnta rattling of
tlia aasiu
Nlnatliflcrent klnJ.
of Jrtmmlnua, i
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MILLINERY
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COMMISSION FOR, WARDING
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Buccen.ora to K. II. lleudrlcka k Co.
FORWARDING
Commission Merchants .
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PROFRlitOllt.
. OAIIiO, ILLINOIS. .
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UBEBAI. AMVAWCIMlf ABB e '
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.TaWAre prepared to rtetlre, atore and forwtid
freight to ell polntt, and Miy und eell oa coin.
1 on .
tsaritiielneit attended la with Dromptueie.
QIOSE VINCCNT,
OKNEltAL
COMMISSION
' MERCHANTS,
ftcl tinier In
lime, Cement, Plaster Paris
AND
pxahtkhi:r'n hair.
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
triiladem
R..Mlttik. II111T. 1'iairi
jyILLER PARKER,
6 COIMIM
Forwarding Merchants
DKil.F.IW IN
FLOUR, CORN, OATH, HAY,
ff? 58 Ohio LeVec
V CAIRO. ILLINOIN.
SO. B. PHIIXIN,
(8umo.oU Prkr I'klllit.
u car ual.
COMMISSION
FORWAROIHG MERCHANT
Anil Dalr In
Flur, Mcul, Hay, Cra, Onto,
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Cor.lOth St.&Ohio Levee
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. .
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AIXIDAY MROTHGRN.
FORWARDtrlS 1 tflMWSaOl
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Aud AjJnla ol
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SALTC0MPAH1ES
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
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Commission Merchants
580hloITSlst National Uank
IMWial allaulloa slTau 10 tmuurpiMo aau i
!3L't6tm-''AKk.iJsr
yOOD .KlTTENHOUfiE
aveciaaoaao? AriaaA Oo.,
AND
botuu ckiibt ill.
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HEMS
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if ma -in in
11 The Legislature is making
au 88.1 of
-TV"eaj
i.
Tjii Lttridlaturo "tai concluded to
bold'tie lidi'i'flrncd waalon in Chicago,
t iii : .
TBK'KVumiU. CbvnVi fails in
for tlic "crcahnts" of the EnBirillt
' TiiE'Chic3g9 nen haro golltllij
wiainro dv mo nocaoi. rincn inc
mcmltcrs' in tlieir nunc mid Ithcy will
citiff UTikoW Kat ia tau-rbt to tlicm.
Tnr. St. Louis J2rpuhl!an asserts
that tho'oottdri goods of AVcstorn and
SouHiern mills arc fnt forcing the pro
ductfon of KoAtorn mill out of that
aarket. It adds : The cztcut of sales
'of thOHc inanufucurc3 this fcasoj -has
been extremely satisfactory no far, and
the cnuiltiuaUon of tho saiae attivc do
niand in succeeding yean ilPiooa
build up a large number of manufacto
ries in tho West.
Two thousand ihocmakont iii Haiti
more havo Huspouded work. The fe-
niala oporatires of that city had orgau
ttcd.tv secret nnlar ta prevent manufac
turers cmplojifag vrorkwomon not mem
bers of tho society.' The manufacturers
discharged all the racioben of tho or
der, promising to employ the mt again
if they would'irithdraw fr6in,it.; On tho
lict becomiug known, the jounieymcn
Mraben of tho St. Crispin Association
gallantly laid, down their lasts and
made known tlieir detimuiaajion not to
tako them up again until the females
went to work) free 'of all conditions.
Thx Misaouii linW.-coa, of 3l0 l(kh
inst, eiJMta wan . ;ofjhihdiip5idp.
erations of ft cbnldenee operator named
George Hill. Oie oi his games is to
cmnlov men to work ob the Houston
and Great Nortnern railroad, ply their
fare to Cairo, and furnish thorn with
bogus passes the remainder of tho dis
tance. The litpulltttiH given n perso
nal description of this rascal, which we
re-publish for tho benefit of tho unwa
ry 'C.fnrcn Hill Ia aLnuL 4S vaan old. &
fci-l 7 Incbo in jiieht, light complexion,
bluceyci, lanJy-coloroJ whUVera, alight-
it wr-rnaricoa, nTtry ncary, long ana
itiagsy oyobrowi; li a man unproposici
ilnR In appearance; but ln:onveritlon Is
very ton una winning; sympaiuizca wiui
ovorjixHjy ; prerenal .10 00 asiiroui 01 -'tiling
all unfertunato men, and U In
manv reDct wall calculated to docalve.
lie claims mo 11110 01 captain on aocoan
of service In that capacity In tho Confede
rate army."
OSE OF THE BEAVTIKS OF PfiO
TECTIOX, It is marvelous, says an exchange,
that a people possessing tho high aver
age intelligence of Americans can bo
deceived into tolerating, much; less do
fending, tho monstrous fallacy of pro
tection ; and yet there are huudrcds of
of thousands of voters in this
country who havo been led by false and
corrupt teaching into the belief that
the principle is not only just, but that
tho policy is a good one. They argue
that by keeping out the productions of
foreigu labor we project American in
dustry, and that though tho consumer
is compelled to pay a larger price, the
country is sufficiently benefitted to
mako it up A very good illustration
of the absurdity of this theory is affor
ded by tho article of wood screws. Al
though but 0110 of a long list of artioles
upon which tho existing duties amount
to prohibition, aud the manufacturers
of which enjoy au outrageous monopo
ly, tho result of the tariff oi wood
itorews affords a moro sinking illustra
tion thau with many other, articles. Of
course, mo priueipio ui pruiuuu j
plies to all artioles alike, but the dciu
uuHtrotiou in the ease of wood screw is
siuiply a little plalnor than with tluj
rest. Vor this reason twy,H, U
tentiou ofourTeadors to'llie' followiug
facts: .
&lw talriffbu" wood- screws lu'elevon
cents pound on all slays und.0 two'
irichw 'XlthoughQHof ' 89ld;by the
pound, English screws of those sises can
bo bought at an avcrago of f mno cent.
This makethe duty about one hun
dred aud twonty per ijent ad wltown,
which amounts 6:Ipr6hibltionl especial
ly of small sizes. The entire imports-
WEDNESDAY
f tola tVig coijutrylast ,year was but
w2!i,0)), all ovor 6no and a half inches
in length. Tho entire annual produc
tlWtSL 't2$fo,M, wUich the
lma4Brt9idrcta)lp,y an Internal
revenue tax of ten per cent.
This Ts confined entirely to one
or tp' manufackriag eompaaiea , in
llhcde Island, and , H is asserted that
their profiUaverago oae nundrcd per
cent' 6r .11.000.000 ahaually. Pre-
eisely how'saueh jihii'hibnopoty benefits
Aeriean lndaitry may bo interred
from'thefact that iht, business gives
employment to two or three, hundroj
smb. W0BMMt cutorfw ana mat
.they got; & mm
I Kjuavvi fipavBllunu
OOCfativcs : while Amencau consumers
f (M aU
a
pay the million dollars of profit which
every year finds itn wny Into the pock
etnsnhe mauura'ciurers. " t
It miuf lie rctuctnbercd that this is
but a singlo item iu a long list of 'ftti-
o)es,'whiehnreiproteoted"by our in
iquitous tanfT; and it is safe to say that
tho hardens which are inflicted upon
tiie'T)cople5JiA,'ihlis' wi.7,'fortho exclu
sive benefits of tho monopolists of var
ious kinds, amounts, dircUjraiid indi
Keuytojnort. thiu1 a hundred' millions
a Year. Wo do not wonder that tho
IodustrialjlJcague,'' which is simply a,
combination of those monopolists for
self protection, should bo so potent.
Having so much at stake they can well
afford tb.csOnoucy lavishly toinflueuco
Congress and secure legislation in their
own interests. The League is ono of
tlio'trtTDngest'organieitioiis in tho coun
fcy'anil at" 'times has been
knows Jf to i.( control' State and
ins or oxtonsivo counections, un
scrupulous tactic, and unlimited sup
pliei"bf aoiey, iC'liW been able, thus
far, to control the tariff legislation of
Congress, and maintain its own power.
Located chiefly in New England aud
Pennsylvania, it has been able, to lay
the whole coantry uuderhiivy tribute
for a long series of yeara? At last,
however, tho people outside those States
are beginning to appreciate the situa
tion, aud aro preparing to resist tho
most powerful aud corrupt combination
in the country. The revenue reform
ers, especially in tho west, are moving ;
and already it looks aa if tho days of
'protection were iiuiuborod
GOSSIP.
Lady Lorno't boots aro Xo. Si.
Forrwtor but now bpen arretted In Ne
vada.
Alabama XVthsare robbing tax collec-
tori with clioerfal regularity.
Tho Kmprcu ot Auttra l now laid to
be. employed In dying.
Tamberltk It going to Mexico with his
opera troupe.
An ex-Gorman poet and philosopher is
now porter In a Detroit botol.
Olive Logan is working toward Now
York with ber Bright Side
Scotland will build a monument to
Hums,
Tho bite of parrot killed an Kngllih
man latoly.
Mario U allying hi faro well in Lon
don.
JJrownivIllo hojji linvo tho blind Ug
gow. ,
1'ivo wives of a Kamiu Indian nro
sftor iHvorce.
Kentucky, tho homo of Hourbon, sup-
por ,7,000 Oood Tomplan.
Tho Frirlci Imperial has Joined a yeo
man cavalry company at Chl$olhut.
Tho policemen all over the country aro
suppressing tho tln-rooitor Ku-Klux.
Nnibv Intended to call hit baby Anna
Dickinson, but It not that sort ot a baby.
Mills on tho MaquoVota, Iowa, aro
stopped by tho massoi of flah In tho rlvor.
After tho High CoinmUilon, America
will tondoKngland tho OHvc br.imli of
tho Louaa family.
Peoploln Tllatko, 1'lorlda, aro dally
wakened by' the cheerful chirp of hujco al
llgatora, -
A MllwaukM family iliiir hitfn pru
tcntod "a speeluion of unanimous human-
y-" . - ..a ... ... tlf
I AUlHal.fWrr la"1 al owed to fxist
after spoaklngiof tho 'rite of vaccination.1'
For want'of bp (tor sport, Mr. Campbell,
of NowiYntkilotoKicated, bit off a cU
tall end. . Ua was arrreited.
' 'Tha wirfa" Kaw Orleans inorphaia.
Ifircftk.'fA andsomo Kngltshrosn.) and
B40.C00, aro misting,
Amtrlb'i. Qoorkla. boU of a morry
caao of.80, and African at that, In an In
lanitcoooi.
Twobrothori. named 'SuialUubi, roeont
lv married In Michigan, took tho names
of their wives.
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PERSONAL.
St. Louis will havo Lolta noxt wcok.
It It tatd that Vinnlo Ream Intonda to
locturc.
Delia Itaino is tho real namoof "Oulda,1
author of "Strathmoro" and other popular
English novelt.
Mist Ilattlo ClUe, of ITudson, Michigan,
hat fallen heir to $100,000 by thodcatltof
hr, grandmother.
Mra. Miriam Harris, aged ono hundred
years, died In Fon du 'Lac, on tho 12th
Inst.
Captain L. M. Havcrstlck, odltor of tho
Daily Union, Itock Island 111., hss been
appointed postmaster at that pltco by
lrcsldent Grant.
TIio nowsnapcrs have encaco iliwi
Nellie Grant, aged 10 or thciwabouts, to a
naval ofllcor.
Louisa Muhlbnck has just laid tho ono
hundred and first volumo of hor novels be
fore tho roadlng public of Germany.
A Now volumo, of which tho tltlo has
not yet been announced, bY tho Itov.
Kobert'Collyor, of Chicago, will bo pub
lished' early in May.
llobcrt Ilarnci, of Evansvlllo, Indiana,
deceased, left 5-jOO, 00 to build and endow
a collago In tho Stato, on tho condition
that no minister of any denomination thall
hold ofBco In tho institution or even bo al
lowed to visit tho premtsci. - -
Col. Jeroma Napoleon Uonaparto,
grandson of Jeromo Uonaparto and Mrs.
l'attorson, of , Baltimore, arrived In Now
York, from Europe, 1 ast week.
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(Kromihe .Capital. , .
1 l-ivo U Kt oaitin lor fanoa'a Mnaaom.
A roa4rl(al ; iba JiUce J It In liar boaom I
Whn I rf fleet how Yftr fair hor faca n,
Alid thenca urmlan I hat boaom'a hi JJrn RracM,
lfl mr"llnci" lndad "are fallen In (llcuant
place. '
UlUATIUN.
Larrrnii nrr
II tiiailelhoMilli I formal II and fa.hlon
Into tho araat, bright, oaefol Ihmx It ta:
Vmnrd ilwilli unl'l, an.l dwtHt 11 with KTJ1t
Mued it with flrn, and round l!a iart-8am
tuiwaxl
Cnvk.rilwuobreakaUo. .. ..
Until at latt
In hfatrn'a raxt hall, lilxh up thn crowii
of
WO,,U- AI.KX.8UITU.
Marls. Twala .a C ha nan ma lata
Aaralntt all chambermaids, of whatovor
ago or nationality, launch thn curto of
tiacnoioruom.
Because : They always put tho pillows
ithn oppoalto end of tho bed from tbo cat
burner, to inui wntio yon rcaa anu tmoao
bufuro sloonlntr. at tt tho ancient and lion
ored custom of bachelors, you havo to hold
vour book aloft, in nn uncomfortable posi
tion, to keep tho light from dazzling your
eye.
If thev can't net tho llitht In an Ineon
vonlent position any other way they move
tho bed.
If you pull your trunk out tlx Inches
from tho wan to inai inn ltd win stay up
when you open it, thoy always sbovo that
trunk back again. They doit on purpose.
They always put your boott Into Inacces
sible placet. They ohlolly enjoy deposit
ing them at far under tho bed at tho wall
will nermlL It it bocauso this compola
you to get down into an undignified posi
tion, and mako wild sweeps for them In
tho dark with tho bootjack and twear.
Thoy always put tho matcn-nox in toino
other place. Thoy hunt np a now placo
ror It ovory uay, ana put a oouio or owicr
perishable glass tning in your way, to
that groping about In tho dark, you get
yourwit lnio irouuio.
Thev aro forcvor moving Ura furniture.
:
"When you como In tho nluht you calcu
lato on finding tho bureau where the
wardrobe was In tho morning. And
whon you como In at midnight, or there
abouts, you will fall ovor tho rocking
chair and you will tit down in thn tlop
tub. Thlt will disgust ycu. Thoy llko It.
No matter wbero. you put anything
they won't let It stay there. They will
tako and movo It tho llrst chanco they
got.
They always savo up tho old scraps and
prlntod rubbish you throw on tho floor,
and ttack them carefully on tho tablo, and
thentUrt tho flro with your viluablo
manuscripts.
And they uso moro hair oil than any
six men.
They.nlways keep coming to mako your
bod before you get up; they don't como
any moro till. noxt day.
Th Laraa-t fatally an Ha.ord "Who
m Hast ThlaT"
John Lanman. and Martha hit wife,
whoso maiden name wax Thrasher, now
living In Leopold township, Ferry county,
Indiana, have certainly followed tho Scrip
tural injunction, to multiply and replenish
tho earth. Lanman was boru in Caswoll
county. North Carolina, May 30th, 1783,
aud hit wife was born in Bedford Co.,
Virginia, near tho Hull Kun battlo ground,
March 0th, 1788, and are consequently
aged 88 and Bit respectively. 'They were
married In Brockonrldgo county, Ky.,
March 8rd, 1808, moved to Forry county
In 1811 before tho battle uf Tip
pecanoe, and first paid taxes to
the Shorlff nt Vlncenno when
this was a portion of Knox county. They
have beou members of tho Baptist Church
for flrty years, and havo now living out
hundred and mwiyighi children, grand
children and great grand children, and
forty-fitt dead;' maklnif a total of fu-o
Uuitdr'td ahd iortylhrn. It thero has o ver
been a tingle one of the family had a civil
law tult or arreted for an pffenso It Is net
known to tho subscriber, who Is the father or
ton of tho II vlng and ono of tho dead grand
chtldrod above. - ''
I would ask what county or Stato can
beat thlt: I would especially ask Vandor
burir who tcomt' to think they can ' bo
beat in thl. Jlao. ABRAHAM ..OWK.
Loopold, Iud, Jtchjojiiwi.
. A ,pfde'trlaa4Mrfl.ad me uwa. and
Fat replied, 'You soo How, tho roads aro
not good to tho contractors mako up for It
by good measure.
-tae-sa6tt
Coat of t'enelBg.
It U said that tho fences of, tlio United
Statos cost moro than tho houses, cities in
cluded; moro than tho shlni, voxels and
boats of ovory doserlptlon that sail on tho
oceans, lakes and rivers j moro than our
manufactories, with all tholr machinery,
and moro than any other cIhm of propo'r
ty, real estate excepted. Thoso of Now
"iork aro put down at $144,000,000; those
of Ohio at 1115,000,000, and Pennsylvania
at $100,000,000. At this rato thu money
Invested In fences nlono Is mora than equal
to tho national dolt. As fences require to
bo renowed, on an avornge, once In ton
years, tbo annual cost to tho country Is not
far short of $200,000,000.
Mobile A Ohio.
A Southern correspondent of tbo Chica
go Timet, In a recent letter from Abor
docn, Miss., speaking of various Southern
railways, i ay :
"But the road of tho country is tho Mo
bile A Ohio, In connection with tho Illi
nois Central, forming n direct lino from
mo croaicsiirrnin, lumiior. ana monl mnr-
kot to Mobllo bay. This road is nowduing
a heavy buriner. and Is n safe ono to rldo
an, having tho heaviest rail I over law.
as yet, uo accuicnts causing ilcnth havo
occurred upon it, I bolleve. It is as woll
managed as could be oxpected. Wo talk
of an Ocdcn and a Vnnderbllt ns Brent
railway kinci. but if thoro is to bo found a
man who has shown morn executive abil
ity that thn present President, Mr. Mur
dock, of this road, I do not know him. I
might say tho same of tho Vice-President,
Col. Bushing. In fact, all thoofllccrH, in
cluding conductors, who nro gentlemanly
at all times, seem to know their business.
"At tho eloio of tho war. tho trncks
were lorn up, rails' were bent, rolllni:
stock destroyed, and for two years tlia
cars run empty. Few men could have
koptthu roadin runnini? order ntul paid
the interest duo on tbo bunds."
Try It.
Yl t. ntmt.tnr tliht ftin fririMil llmtllit trit
.... ..... " -"W .tawiw "
ter, with uncertain ttops, ovor tho face of
ioo farm, in uangor nvery uny oi iiiiiuii;
victims to tho morbid Influences by which
U.A mmn ttll aimvtltnrlAjl wllitn ntlplfoil ami
proven vcgotablo tonic, cnpablu of imdow
Ing them with tho vigor they need, is pro
ctinthloin every city, town nnd settlomont.
Tt .,,..1,1 ...,n.1 u. l,rii..l (lint nft.ir
A a MliBfU vnaviiv J fl
tbo twelvo yours' experloneo which tho
... .. - ....... . i.t.. ii
worm nas nnu oi iioiiciiora imvcra, au
would know that Its cllect Is to prevent
disease.
eliargod with the teed of intermittenls, ro-
millunlt, lUOUIUaMSm, pulmonary uiioniun
... ' I . . .11 It.,. 1... ......
k . . n . .nmni.inii ami I . 1 , , hm.ii. , rimii.
whoso nervous ty stems nro relaxed nro tho.
llrst M SUCCUIUU lO muail uiawiiiiur.
nn nlivatml pnpn'lo lien with
this potential vegetable tonic It I tho
mn.1 nttt'n-fitl rM-imnpaJil which tlio botan
ic kingdom has ovor yielded to patient ro-
, iZ . rr... I. Tlw.
Mrrn nn 1 nxni-riuiL'iii. id it. .iu
blindest ilisclpllno of tho old medical
doL-moi will at least admit that u tonic
and alturative, compounded uf approvnd
herbs, roots and barks can do no harm,
whll.i thn tcstlmonv of thousands Invites
a trial of its virtues.
Vigor is tho thing most iicodod In these
caes as woll in In dyspepsia and nervous
affections, and Hostcttors Bitters is tho
safest, surest and most wholcsomo strength
ening preparation that human skill hat
yet concocted.
Hundred! of physicians hnvo abondoned
all tho cHIclnal receipts and proscribed
this harmless tonic at a preventive and euro
for all caset of chlllt and fever.
aprlSeodw&dlw
cuahxes a. dan a. Editor.
(the gcllurfktH
A Kewaaaaerol the Preewat Ttatea.
Iatasaeal far leele Maw lank.
laclaalac rumen, Utchaalet, alircaa&U, Pro
tatloaal alcn,Woikara,Talakrt, aadtall Maa
aar ot BotMit Foils, aal tU WUaa, Boat, and
Oaacntert ot all men,
ONI.T ONE DOLLAK A YBAK I
ONE nCNDBKO COPIKH FOB. MS,
Or Itu tban Oa Cat aCopr. Ut tbtrs U a
939 Clad at CTery lost Offlc.
8CMI.WKEKI.Y HCN, 9 A YKAU,
or tu am ilj and ccncrtl cbaracltr as
THE WKKKtr, bat with a ffrtaurvatltty ot
nlactllaneouraadlocaod farnlihlor tbo news
to in iuoacilbets with creator rrcebnaw. booaoao
tt comet twice a week Inalead ofonca onlr.
THE IIAILY HU.V, M A YKAR.
. A rttfmlDonllr readihla newipaner, wlin Ike
laruMi circulation ia the worio. Km. lode.
ueudent, and rcarloaa In i-ollllci. All tho newe
froui crrrjrwbera. T ceole a copy i by mall,
SO Mali a uonU), or Bel a year,
TERMS "TO OLUBS,
TIIF. DOLLAK WEEKLY HUN.
l'lro coplea, one year, toparatelj addrtwdj
Ton roplet, ono year, leoaratelr addroeaed (tod
anaxtraconytotbesttlerupotelnb).
Klikt Oellara.
Twenty eoplet, one year. eopArattly addraaeed
(aad an rxira oopy to tbe f rttxr np or club).
trifleea Uetlara,
riftr corlM. one lew, toona aildreee (and tbo
Buu. eultly ouojear to getter up ofelnb),
Thlrty-lkrvo Oollara.
Kinr ropiea, one year, aeparately addreteed (and
tbe Hcuil Wiekljf uuoyparlo .etter uoofclub),
Tklrty-Ove Oollara.
One hnndrod eoiln, one year, to one addreaa
(aodtbe Uallyfor tu year to tbe filer npaC
tiab), yiny Uollara.
Oae bnndred eoplee. one year, eeparalely ad
dreued (and tbe Dally lur ooo year to tbe vatter
upofelnbl, Sixty llellan.
TUB (JEMLWEKKLY 8TJN.
fire copies, oaa Jtr,aerateaddejcdj
Ten eoflce. one yeer. aeparatelT addrtesed (tad
aa extra copy to tetter up or dub).
Hlsieea Dellar.
MEND YODB MONEY
atrow Offle order,, olteela. or drafte en New
,1 w. ."'"ni rvaTewoai. 11 somuenretuvai
'tkateUaraooatalalostoaney. Addraia
I. W. ENGLAND, J'abllJher.
Saa ofllce. New Tork Cay.
IJICIH JblHlCATXON.
HELLMUTH COLLEGE
Hoard and Tuition per annum, K9.
HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE
inauaiir'aled by Jf. Kll Prluca Arthuy. Board
and tutlon per annnm, IKO. l'reaijcnt, the ery
ii. i ir.iimuih.il. n . Dean of Huron. For
parliculara apply lo Major Kraat, Loadou, Canada
Weal.
LEGAL.
TJOR SAlft. s -
WllllaMa AtottrtMB eut High WIS
BlstllletrJ ''
AT CAIRO. 1M.1NOI9.
la oQerad for a ale lit the nndertlitned on the ml
roaaonanin terana. , , i I
. . - -
n Tho. Imlld nir If new and comMcte throashd
In all the modern ImnrOTomaata and annlianJ
of such nn ettabliahmcnl, Ulncompleta runntl
ordi-r, but ha, nerer been run.- The enelnl
marninery, ami apparatua gautraiiy are or i
be.t maniitaitiir. ' t
The main Imlldlnir la AT br4 feel, and tbH
tofleehlKh. The IwTlerahed it by feel j tl
tub ahtxl ta a by 12 feet, cadh ahed being ol
atory hlnh, , I
Thn emtne la 10 Inch cyllnderf 'with DO in J
""." ,incniia inuiaanaier, a nuii
and W feeUong. .
1 he rapftcdy or tho' diatlllery la 7R barrrele
iiay.-t-ontiguoua to the dlatlllery are a large brlt
wnrehouee. and tiena fnraliwfc. -
Itiatirllefedthatto any oaa denting to carry i
Inreatment ran I olTered than Ii fiAind hare, Iw
And tho local on thereof nt Oa ra. I
Kor further iiartteul.ra apply to the tmdel
niHuii t i nirv, Tfi.r-ninji.irK1 ' 1 ,(l orner 4
Cilro, llllnola.
T
UU.HT!.I''S sale;,
WhctAAa. Jainu. H. ItiiAr.lfin anil M.v V l-nJ
den.ot tlioclty of CAlro.cetiniy of Alexander anl
cwio ui iiiiuou, inrwrir oenain eaia jiorlii'S
U'urlnK ilatn th tifineulh Unyof Fcbroary, A.l
leju, mm riicur'tev in iioiik or ino:lirieH
1, in Iho, recorder o!lic of Alexandel
roiiniy, Illinois, did ennrey tn re to the under
eigneu a. n. cinnru, i ni'e rur mo (.nmmercia
InalirAnce Co.. of Chicago, the Indeoendent In.u
rnnvoCo., or lloaton, and H. M. Moor a A Co.
Chlritj(o.tha folloMjiiKrteferllx-.llotanr parcel o
inii'i iimwui uv iiiiiniirrrw rierrn till in oioci
nuinliered (lfn-.lwrt t.VJl lTina- and belne In th.
ciirni iairo, Aiexaniirr comuy, iiunoia.
rrnrlited. Jiownvir. thai In eaa of ilfault i
tho pajinentol three ccrtnld promln.ory notea oi
iu earn jimri a. ncnnien, rncn uvorinw ovei
data with tlia aejrl aolti mortaace. earh tmlnrf tei
thn turn of tlStt-liU)lhauhundrediorty-l(hi
aad 11.100 deilara . and bclna more fulli
i!rerlled Inatld ealn mortKauv, clue and payable!
in inu uiuai-raiKnmi a. i1. nauurii, iruaiee,
at tho Clly National Dank, Cilro. with Intareatl
et ten tiereem. per annum'fretn .ilate, that thel
undertlg'aed. A. ft, SiUotd, trii.lre, hie lejiall
n'prravniAiiTii nr 'niiompy. anouin proceeu and!
ncll the aaul rremlare, iu by anld al mortitaKel
DrDTIdoil. aud uxevuta tu llur iiiureluuvr a aou.ll
and auDlclontdeed, convejlnu all tho rlitht andl
title of tho aatit Jamra 8. lU-.iidrnnnd Marr V.l
lii-arden, by eaid aalemorlgaKe, ronteyed to thel
umleralauod. Aidwhreaa,Scfaallbidibeen madel
intlia Davriipntoranld noleaarut tho entire Drtnci.l
jii ami iniereai oi couu ci.au notes remain I
dm; and unpild. I
iovr. iiM'reieru. noiieo in nereor ciTrn. inai vj i
virtue of the Uint aad condltluna of aald ale I
morlgei'.t I will, on Thuraday, thn 4th day ol I
Muv. 1f7I. at iho aald nreml.ee. In the city ol
Ciro, llllnola, at tU hour, of tenp'clouk, a.m., of
ild day, aoll tlia waml.ee nfoieiiald, nt puUlo
renane, io mo ium"'' miiurr ior caan iu nanu, i
ami will ixecuie and drllrer to the inirclumr a
deed therefor. A. II. SArrOItll,
.Mortjjusi " ami Tru.UT.
lluu A Gttaxai, Att). apr3,130,l
N
OTI.E.
Unlud liialca of, America, flouthern Dlatrlct ot
ininaia, aai
tlurla A.'rerrellflledallbel m tbn Bittrlct Court '
of the United flatea tor the Bouihern Dl.lrlct ol
llllnola, airalnat tbo ateambeat Ollre Branch, her
Iwata, tackle, etc., praying that tho tame may be
condemned la accordance with tho prayer olaald
libel.
Ami wherraa, I'y Tlrtno of proceaa In duo form
or law, Iu uie direolmi, returnabla on the Brat
Slomlar in October, I harn aelxcd upon and taken
the auid lMimboat Ollre branch, her boata, tackle,
etc., and claimant hatimr jjlrcu bonda the tame
m reieiueil from my ciutudy,
Notlco I hereby ulrcn that a Dlatrirt Court ot
the I'nllwl Htabaa will lie held at tho United Sutra
couit room In tho uliy il Cairo, on tha Aral Mon
day In octotier, fur the trial of the aald premise,
anil the owner or ownere, and all per .on a who
lion or claim any (ctereat therein, ara hereby
cited tn bo andtppear at the linieaml p'aoe afore
a.iM, lo ihow caiiac, If any ihey hare, why a
dncrea ahould not l rendered in accordance with
tbn prayer of aald libel.
aiarcn iai, ion. duii. i..!tuuii,
0. 8. Marabal.
lly Peter Pnup, Deputy.
JISSOLUTIOX.
The conartnerahln heretofore axlatlnar between
K. K. lVeblea anil K. W.Edmunda. tinder the firm
name of the Cairo llox and liaeket Co., la thlt
nay uifioiTcn nr mutual content, r. v. ft.
munda harlnalaold hia Interett therein to J. V
hel.lle.
K. K I'eeblea and J. W. Lealle will continue the
biiiineie under the aama Arm name at heretofore.
ay all debta aad collect all th oatatandlaxa of
he Into firm. K, K, PEEBLES,
J. W. LEHL1E.
V. yf. EDMUNDS.
Cairo. Mareh'W, IWI. mWdlm
STOVES, TINWARE. ETC.
A.
HAULEY,
DEALER IN
STOVES
Tin nud Hollow Ware, Clothea Wrtajrera
Toilet Wurc, Coal Hods, itre
.Shovels, Air Orates,
Manufacturer of
Tin, Ik, Copper and Sheet Iron
OT.
Xt. Oaf.
IteoSui, UutlarlaaT aaul all atlaMU at
Job Work ltuna alike r teat JlvUca.
feWdlf
BOOTS AND SHOES.
fAMUIOXABIJC t
BOOT AND SHOE HIKER
TWENTIETH STREET,
Between Wushlngtoa Ate A Poplar St
Hoola aad Bkoaa Meat taereiar. Vlaaa
H'urkiataaa 1 InwaaS
Satisfaction Warranted
Patronare Sollgttatt. d
yATEBS, TOIIO CP,
Importer and Jobbers of
13
RIBBONS, MILLINERY
W 1
AND .
STRAW GOODS.
409 W. FOURTH STREET,
fX. laOVIfl, 11
Hao at all tltnaa a full assortment of faahloa.
louablu uooda, which will ba aold at Iba loweat,
markot price. Orders aoltctted. aud pramfrly
tiled. aprfdlat
w,-.33t
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