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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, MAY 7, ion.
JOHN II OHKMLT, Kdllord IMblitner.
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TIU DOLLAR WKKLY 1IUI.I.KT1N.
John II. Obtrly Co. he reduced the
Mffpiron pri t tin Weekly Clro Mnllftln t
'J!!iS?jJptrmn4m.mMn't M tin cliespesl .
er jutillthed fouthern Illinois.
GSN. LoSQSTRKKT SUVS Grat.t ought t
bo rejected In payment of hi " wroiml
service. " to the country From men
like Longstrect, this nrfiutnent is consist
Thk 'JfltwV or Taul'cau, continue to
throw clitorlnl brick bftts at the 'kentuck
(n ' Mid th 'Kentucklun,' lmvlnR put on
in entire suit of dignity, pretends Hint It
hin't yet discovered Hint the 'Now' Is
"Jolng It on purpose"
Uneasy iudical, in their deslro to
bring Into contempt tlio Cincinnati con
vention, stylo it tho "Cunduritngo cott-
t ontlon." Cundurnnno really did vflcct
lercral cure of ciiticer. If tho libcriil
convention rolievcs tho country of a rep
etltlon of the present radical ndniinlstrn-
tlon, It will porform tho one euro the poo
pie expected of It.
The Cook county "porsonul liherty
lesuo " numbers eight hundred members,
nJ is laboring hard to add to them.
Tho initiation fee Is five dsllnrs arid the
monthly dues, ono dollar. Tho object of
the society Is to niiso money enough to
contest the constitutionality and validity
of the temperance law, which goes Into
force in July, and to secure Its repeal, If
. . -
Tuk Niw York 'Standard,' rstab
Vtihed about to year ago, it is said is to
bo discontinued in May. Tho 'Standurd'
is ownod by a joint stock company and
was started In the Interest of Gen. Grant.
Tho paper bu sunk fully ono hundred und
fifty thousand dollar, and (Jen. Iltttler,
ei-collector Murphy and other stock hold
en refuso to spend any more money in the
leniency, not only on tho fault but on tho
crimes of women. No expiation In law
has over been laid down for tho punish
ment of women who wreck not only tho
peace and happineM of their own fiitnlllin,
but Hint of their victim' in well, and In
tlio present statu of public opinion, It is not
likely any will be. Hut, laying mldo nil
Ideas of chivalry to tho sex, Ihoru can bo
no doubt that justice, pure utididmpln, not
only to tho women who tin, but to those
who do nut slit, would undorllo tome pen
ally for tho crlmo of tho married woman,
who, with neither tho rxcutcof youth nor
Ignorance, destroys tho peace of two fund
lies, causes tho do illi of her partner In
wickedness nnd makes a murderer of her
firm their Innoconco and deny all knowl
edge, not only of tho particular crlmo of
wlilcii tney nro nccuteu, out also ol uny
Kti Klux Kfatii tlioy pro!c never to
Imvo Heard or any stum nrgnnizntinn until
niter tlio lynching or Vnticll, and laugh
at the supposition llml they would belong
to inu oritur.
No ellorts will bo loft untried to ferret
out this tuystury und bring thu oil'uiiilurs
tojitslliu. Captain Corder lias taken tho
ensu In hand and renitei! Coroner Young
viiltmbln usslsinnco In working up tho
caso. Tlio coroner Jury Impaneled Hie
day utter tho muider liuvo not yet
concluded their labors, but aru called to
cether whenovor any now evidence is
found bearing upon tlio caso In any man
ner whatever. Tho Jury consists ot'.lame
Scott, foreman i Vincent lllnclielili; Wil
lam Clilllev, .Mm Kerk, A. J. licrrin, J.
V. Alexander, J. 1). Harrison, .lohn H.
Chitley, I''. M. Jumcf, J). A. Tittsworth
and John G. Williams. It ylll bo teen
that thn jury comprises some; of thu host
men of Williamson county, whom no
threats call deter from doing their duly.
They uru confident that they will bo ublu
to unravel iho whole a Hair and tu bring
tho perpetrators of this heinous outragu to
punishment. For fear that thu ends of
Justice may bo defeated if thu uvidunco
they havollius far secured bo tnndu public,
the jury havo concluded not to divulge
anything that comes before them ; conse
quently it Is Impossible to say what tho
testimony Implicating tho prisoners with
the murder is. Howuver, it h well known
that several of thu accused havo been
recognized as Doing of thu party that
took Vaiicll Irom Ins house, and alo that
they belonged to an acknowledged band
of so-called " regulators."
Wo havu been at considerable pains to
traeo nut thu operations ol this ku-klux
organization, and learn that it has been in
existeiicu several months. Within a lew
years a largo number of murders havo
ueeii committed in tho neighborhood of
Six Mile, Hormi's and Eight Milu prniriu,
houses, barns and grain Blacks burned,
man taken Irom their homes and whipped
and other outrages perpetrated, it a
man beeamu oonoxiutis, no matter whnt
was thu accusation ainiihst him, hu Was li
able to bo visited by this gang and Mini,
marlly dealt with. Unu man liad at dif
ferent limes bought considerable laud at
tux sule.H, und tho owners tailing to redeem
their property tho purchaser obtained title
to it. llu was iiotiUed, eouio lime since,
to relinquish his claims to all tliesu lands
or u "stout ropu and n short shrift" would
bu his doom: and to tnvo his neck ho com
plied witii ll. e order of his nysicrious
mentors. On thu night of thu 1 tin of last
December, a body of men, ubout forty in
number, went to thu house of John
Haker, on tho udgu of 'Williamson and
Franklin counties, and ordered him to
oiiun tliu iloor. -Mr. linker Was absent
listinents In tho army than any other ono Irom his home, a fact which his family
person in tho county. Her tlnio nnd niadu known to tho crowd. Finding their
her money were always at thu disposal of prey hud ciutped them, they buret open
her country, which she hived as dearly as I iho door, ordered the inmates out of the
bouse, removed inu lurnuuru unu set uru
Our Homo Advortiaors.
TIIK HATII IN UMALL POX.
Dr. Stokes, rcglus profesor, of Dublin,
says : "Wo cannot doubt that thu mortal
ity in small pox hospitals would bo greatly
diminished by tho uo of thu bath." After
dorcriblng i very severe caso of continent
email pox In which the patient was kept
alive only by stimulants, ho says tho trial
of a warm bath was suggoUod to him by
Mr. Smyly. "Tlio eirect was Instantane
ous and marvelous. Tho delirium ceased
as if bv mncic. It was tho delirium of
pain, nnd tho patient exclaimed, 'thank
Gudl thank God I thank God I I nm In
heaven 1 1 am In heaven I Why didn't
vott do this beforo?' Tho fetor inimedl
ntelv and completely disappeared, so that,
on entering the ward, no ono could suppose
that thero'was a cio of small pox in It.
Ho vn kept at least seven hours In tho
bath." This case and Its singular result,
added to tho experience of Hcbra, just
ify tho recommendation of the uso of tho
math ollIuJI, c. raum.
I From (lieShnwiicctown Mercury.
Mrs. Juliet C. llaum died at her resi
dence in Golconda, on Friday, April lifith,
at 10 : 05 r. l. Thn deceased was the wifu
of tho Into Major John llaum, nnd
mother of Gen. O. II. and .Major John M.
ltaum. She was a woman of marked
ability and was n leading spirit in thu com
munity in which she had resided for a
long period of years. She was a dutiful
wife, an oxcmplary mother, and to tho
community a benefactor. During tho war
she took a very active part In thu causo of
tho Union, and woman as she was did more
to mold public opinion in tlio right direc
tion in I'opo co ii ii tv nnu to encourage on-
Hfo itself. Sho never turned soldier
kwiiv without food or fhcltcr.
Tub Cariioshai.k 'Nkw Kiia' sy that
Colonel Crebs msy.vcry continently sup
port tho nominees of tlio Cincinnati con
vention, "as he is not counted among the
'itralghtoiit democrats.' "Hh old
'friends," add; the 'New Kra,' "consider
'him somewhat unreliable, politically.
'Tbe Colonel, then, may bo counted on to
'lead the forlorn hope in this part of tho
' state." This Is news to u. Wo havo
never heard Colonel Crebs' democracy
questioned. lie has been, if fault must bo
found with lilm, too decidedly in favor of
the ncver-advanco-a-step democracy to
suitu; but, it U probable, that ho now
standi with those who havu hoped nnd
still hope that out of tho liberal move
ment will come thu regeneration of tho
Is thk TKAdunr recently enacted in
Memphis, threo persons, as is gencrully
tbo caie in similar atfairs and tho public
is shocked by them too frequently llgured
conspicuously, tho aggrieved husband, tho
ftithleis wifu and the murdered victim.
The first may moot no punishment for his
crime by tho verdict of bia fellow-men,
but he cannot escape tho retribution of
his own conscienco tho blood upon his
bands must riso up, an eternal witness
Kinsl his peace of mind through all his
life long. Tho last, tho victim, who full
of life, of purpose, of hope, was so sud
denly deprived of all of thorn, whatever
may have been tho exlcHt of his fault, is
beyond tho roach of tho execration or thu
sympathy of men. Ho has paid tho full
penalty of tho folly of bolng lod captivo
by st woman whoie vows as a wife
mado all her favor for bid
den fruit, nnd Is now equally lost to her,
to tbe world and to his family. So much
for two actors In tho tragedy. Tlio
woman remains to bo considered. Sho
is described as personally handtomo nnd
attractive three years a wifo and tho
object of her husband's warm allection.
Assured ol this, not Ignorant of tho fact
that tho man upon whom sho smiled was a
husband and a father, and certainly awaro
that the path sho was treading nlwajs
leads to sorrow and shame and often to
crime, sho continued in it. Tho end
comes suddenly and terribly. ,V man,
no bettor sind not much worse, perhaps,
than many and many others, is sent to hit
long home by tho single click of a pistol
nother from that moment walks through
life with the mark of Cain on his brow.
"What becomes of tbe woman 1 Sho Is an
object or curiosity and importance,
Th6 color of her hair nnd Cjw, tho lint
of her complexion, the bow uf ribbon on
her hair, tbo color of the glove, on her
bands, are all matters of moment to a cu
1'ioui public. Tho wicked folly W,el
waa the ono and only cause of tho trag.
4y, ia unnoticed, unblamod and tinpun-
HUM. 'i no woman Is freo to do as tho
pleases sha may hide herself and hor ra
worse if she leeli any-from tbo know.
iga of the public, or thu may brave tho
wwld, fearless of too much censure. Tho
-ejssitar sentiment of the day looks with
Krom the New York Tribune.
Who stole tho records of the Huell
court of inquiry? This is n question
which tho people arc resolved shall bo
answered. An ollenco so serious will not
be overlooked, and thu committee oi con
gres which has undertaken to in
niiire into it mav as well understand that
tint investigation mint bo thorough, what
ever thu conequeiici's nnd whoever may
be hurl by thu rcilll. Tliu out quory
Cni bum f should bo oim of thu first points
in tho examination. AVhosu reputation
was asalled by thu disclosures ot that
court 'I Whose capacity and courage
were attacked by Gen. Huell s Witnessc I
Who has tlio strongest Interest in suppres
sing tho testimony and report"' It is no
secret that tho vindication ol Huell would
ho the impeachment of another oflicor ot
high rank, and who that is tho committee
can eally find out. 'Flip incmbr of tho
court should be oxamincd. and Gen. Huell
bimelf can doubtlers lurnWh homo Interest
inc testimony. Tlio day for wlntowah
Ing committees has gono by. Wo wan
now u genuine and fearless inqueU, and
woo lui to thu otllccr who obstructs it,
Hoiuti TnTTf Acci dknt.
(Krom the Metropolis Tiinex, Hay i!,)
On last Saturday .Mrs. Hegwood and
Uuuli. both recently of l'aducah, Ky., o-
cured u horso and buggy at I'cter's livery
stable, and started out to visit thu mother
of tho former, Mrs. Jtails, living nbout
nino miles from Metropolis. When in the
neighborhood of what I known us thu Se
ccsh echool houso. thohorsu bucumo fright
ened, and springing forward, thiuw Mrs,
Itueu out ot tliu buggy unu precipuuxuu
Mrs. Hegwood forward between thu lront
torn wheel and tbo bed of tho buggy,
whero bur clothing becamo fastened In tliu
wheel, uxletruu una snails, in mi posiuou,
Willi bur bead near inu norscs neeis aim
her body upon the axletree, bho was hut-
rieu along ui a icuriui raiu tor inu ins
tance of threo quarters of a mile, tho horo
keeping tliu road until tnu rums oucamu
untangled in tho wheel, which
forced him oil the road, and was tinaliy
KtoDiicd bv a said hg, which struck
tho buggy just wneru inu uouy oi airs.
Hegwood had latien, aim u is supposed
this really occasioned hor death. Several
tiertons taw thu frightful lerminiitiou ot
tho accident, but on reaching thu .ceno,
found Mrs, Hegwood ouilodead, Imr cloth
ing torn almost to shreds, thu buggy spat-
lereu witn mood aim inu uouy horribly
mutllnted. inu body was taken to Jlr,
Wm. llovles, residence and tlie bot.lv ills
lateiiud to ino coroner, who, tumuiuniug a
ury, held the inquest, rendering a verdict
ii accordance with tliu above facts. Mrs.
liuuh escaped with nuvoral blight bruin'!.
Tho horo, if we aru correctly Informed,
has novor been known to run away before,
but Is quick of action, und it i probable
Unit in tno application oi mo wuip, prang
forward to tuuduuiy as to throw .lire. Heg
wood forward out of thu buggy, and Irom
which ho became frightened. Certainly
no more horriblu death could bo devised
by human ingenuity, und tliu particulars
aru to blcUlling, it is painful to dwell upon
them, and wo hopoiiuver o bo required to
chronicle tucli another.
(Sillier, Uilu.Mcrcr, Vnrimhcr nnd
Fancy I'npcr Hunger, Mnltross
Making and Kupairiug.
Nlinii ou Camiiicrrlnl nvrntie In
All work entriliteil lo
Onter are solieiteil.
tils caip wilt recclte
KnrSnle f FOlt SALK,
r j-iim. i
Fnro from Livienrooi,
Faro from LoyDCNDicnnT
Faro from Glasoow,
Fnro from Qukk.nhtowh
CA1KU, it!:!::: $48-
dAtlonl, llorru A Ca , K''nl..
Liverpool NewTnik and Phllnddplila
era contiact with vmtid itatfs aku btiTiiu
For Crrjin tlio Mills.
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ST. CIIAltLES HOTEL,
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Inc Only tint-Clan Home in the City
" nKi;ss;e conTe)ed to
nd from the Depo
OUR OWN K. K. K.
THK WILLIAMSON COUNTY OUT-ItAGK.
to t he liou"u. These men weiu regularly
organized under command of u captain
and two lieutenants ; they wore no dis
guise at that lime, but called lhemelves
tlio "Kti-Kiux company ; guosequanuy
they adopted what thuy term their "uni
form," which consists ot a long white coat
trimmed with black, u whltu cape, al.'o a
while cap witii u capo reaching below the
phoulders all trimmed with black. Al
ter thu burning of Maker's hoti;o, William
Clark and William Head's dwellings
weru also burned and their families driven
oil. Uthor outrages, such as whippings,
followed in quick succehslon, until thu
whole neighborhood infested by those fol
lows was completely under their control,
not u mall daring lo tako any steps fur thu
arrest of thu villiaiie. In laet, so bold had
they become, that soon alter iho att'air at
liaker'a place the captain of thu gang said
his company ''never bad been neaded, a. id
never aimed to bu." Ono reason
supposed for thu hanging ot
Yaiicil is that ho was In sumu manner
f-onncrlcd with this band and they becamo
fearful lest hu would divulge their serri-ls,
hence thu ntceMiy ot pulling him mil of
tliu way. I bis, however, is not credited
bv tho"o who aru well acquainted with
Vaiicil. wiio think family troubles had
much lo do with his murder. The num
ber of this gang is variously stated at
from forty to nit.elv-llvu. One man says
that on one occasion hu counted eighty of
tlieui, UL-gulsed ami mounted, but II is
(juitu probable that his vision was befog
ged, un ouu or uvo occasions inriy nave
madu their appearunce, tindiibuut tho timo
ol thu Vancil murder twenty-three wore
met in tho vicinity of the tragedy.
When tho lirst'call was made at Yan
cil's house, a young man named Morgan
was staying there, and hu was ordered to
leave without ceremony. Morgan took
thu hint and lelt, thus taving himtnlt
much trouble, Vancil had a tenant named
Wadkins on a remote part of his farm.
Tho morning after tliu murder ho was
ordered to leavu tliu place iustantur, or lie,
too, would grace a treo. Wadkins had no
team and was o lamo that it was with
ditllculty ho could walk ; however, tlio
Journey mint bo inaile, atd tho poor fel
low aoanuoiuuu an woruny goons, at
oiioo started. Tho nearest place whuru ho
could obtain iiiaistanco was throe miles oil'
and this long distance this poor cripple,
traveled aceumpanlud by his wife and
llirco young children.
Soon niter the murder of VanMI, a far.
titer named Adams, living a few miles dls.
tant, In Franklin county, was kei.ed by
this gang, taken to tliu wood and severely
whipped. Alter tliW operation was per
formed ho was cautioned about saving
anything concerning thu mattorj if hu
did, deatli would bo his port on. A
might bo cxptcted, Adams wa terriblv
frightened, and although hu recognized
some of Ins tormentors ho kept tueb
knowledge to himself. After tho arrest of
tliu parties In thu .Marion Jail, ho proceeded
to Itentoii nnd laid his cao
hoforo tho authorities. Warrants
for thu iirrwt of mvornl
mon woro ai one" untied iuiii cro thh thev
aro uouoness in custouy. j ins prompt
action ot tnu authorities hat completely
demoralized the ku-klux. and finding pub.
llu opinion turning agninst them to euJ.
deiily and so lloreely they havo lost conll
donee, and it is feared somo of tho most
guilty may ccapo punishment by Heeinir
tlio coiipfry. tiovernof J'alnipr ojl'prs
$1,000 for tho nrrei-t. of tlio murderers, and
also a roward of $100 for tho arrest of
every man who can no proven si member
ol tlio Uti-KIUK oignniation,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol etery ile rlpllon,
LATH, SH1NGLF..S, OF.DAU POSTS,
DOOHS, SASH, UI.1NDS
Steamboat Lumbe r,
Fiuuiaheil on etmrtrat ontlce.
Commercial -ar, bet. 1 Otis and llt'h-sls.,
SIX OF THK MUKDKHKIIS OF YAN
THK COltONKIt STILL IN VKSTIG
TING THK CASK.
I Krom the L'arbomlale New i:ra,sth but
.Since our last publication William .San-
torn, Marlon uray, .Marlon Iliall. fleas-
out Yeltchand bamuel Gosietto, living in
tho vicinity of Herrin's Prairie. William-
koii county, arid J eio uavin, ol lx .Mile
j none, rrariKiiu county, liavo been ar-rt-tod
on accusation nf being concerned in
the murder of I(BC Yancil, and lodged in
the Marlon Jal, Tho evidence implicat
ing all tho warned, except Diall, In tho
hanging of Vancil, 1. B,1 t ,o over
whelming j hul u,o nature or tucl. ovl
dn',C0 '"len made public. DiU
will probably b Mb0 to ,,J0t) lJ M
mid hit rcleate upon a wrltof,tf(Im,r J',
Is expected. The prisoner aro mostly
young men, of about tho average natural
intelligence. Of course, they ttoutly f.
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terof tho business part of tin, city within
one sipiaro of the post olllce. 4-O tf
Mrs. Anna Lang, on Klgbih street I.e.
twooti Washington nnd Commercial nve
lines, hasjust received u Unu spring stock
of millinery goods, consUtlng ot hat, bon
nets, ribbons, notions, etc., etc., to wlilcb
sho (isks tlio nttention of thu ladies of
Cniro. lrs. Lang will tnke pleasuro n
showlngliergoods to all wlmwlll favor her
with a tall, ll tMni
CAIRO CITY BOOK WNDERY
JOHN II. OUEIil.Y A CO.,
Hiillotiii lluilding, corner of 12th
trP()t anil Washington aveuuo,
All kin In of lllnillnnanil Rilllnu done at thf
very lowent irj..., iviii enitaiteil ttio nervi
ce of Mr. Iliiel, who Iihd had many yeurs
eierieme in one oi Den mnneriea oi Bl, iiiiik.
In HUiH'rinteiid liii.i eHiutilniliinent. uw can con.
Ildently iiromliie our patrons work eijual to tbtt
of any lllndery lu Urn west.
Sl'ltlNGFlKLD A N I) 1 LLI N (I IS
SOUTH KASTKKN It. it.
On unit lifter Monday, April 2ttb, 1ST'.',
Imins will run us lollows:
THtlMI H I Ml H'llliritT.
Leave Vlrsmla ii 40 r.. m li:X'iu.iii.
" iiiint!ti hi- 'iM " :i;oii
,' Tn)lorvllle III.".' ' 5;o
Arntc at t'liiiu 11. lo ' 4,1;
tuai.mi uuivi soaiiiwr.-T.
,cae Pana ."!.. 4.ii n. 11 Un. m.
" Tailorville .4u " I.'.'i)
Airive at i-irineied...il.l.i " ....ii.iJ "
eawi HpriiigfieliL " u,lo "
Arrive at Vltyinia u:& " b.II "
HO U TIIK UN DIVISION.
TAIMI U0IMI SOVTIItAST,
J.eavo IMywood I.a'la. m. 10.10 n, m.
" Fljia s.'j:. ' ll.lo "
Arrlte at hhaHoeel'n KM " J13 "
TIUIMI UOISU DCt'TlliAMT.
Leave Shnw oi eiow u.,i;.t'. n, ,n t;'ju p, ,n,
" Klnra -i ,V1 7 in 1.
Arrnu at IMtinood I .Vi h,-jij ..
Tlio&::tUa, 111. train from IMfworth runt only
Mondays, Wednmdayx and KriUaye, ami theil.ti
a. m. 1111I11 Irom fcliawncelown on Tiu-mIuv.,
Thursdays and nturdays.
Connects at A"hlaud with JrAsonville division
of Cliloiti'i anil Alton llnilroad, tor Jacksonville,
IVIt-ubur,,', Mhsuii City, and all points west.
At f priiiKtield, tith Ulilcauo ai d Alton, and
Toledo, VV abash and Wesio'ii Kailroml, lor
llooiiifui;ton,Chidai(q and all points north.mrlh.
west slid west.
At I'-nn, with the Indiuna and HI, Louis, and
Illinois Central rmli'oscl, lor all points e.nt, soutli
At Kdxwoith ul'.b Chicacoiliviaiou lllicois Con.
. t l'lora with Ohio and Wls'sisslppl railroad.
At Biwneetown with Meatalioat furt'iueliiuati
Padilcah, Cairo and Ht. Louis,
(Jill, AM) SMITH, Ocu'l,Hui't
Juiiv roi.miT, fien'l Krt and Ticket An't,
Our Homo Advertisers.
HOOT AND SHOE MAICKH,
llutwreu WashluKlqu vnio aud Poplsr slrejt
ILLINOIS C EN UAL RAILROAD
100 5111cm list- Miorlcttt lloiilc
KlKtlty .Mllea tlio hliorteat I toil It
TO ST- HiOXJIS.
NO CHANGE OF CAKS
FIIOE CAIHO TO
ST. LOUIS OH CHICAGO.
OFLY ONF CHANGE OP OA US
FltOM OAlltO TO
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Toledo,
Detroit, Clevi'lsud, NIhkm.i Falls,
lliitlslo, littsliuii;, WHliluit4ii,
Uallimnre, tPliiladelphla, New Vork,
Ilostou and all points eat,
Mllwaukie, .Inuesville, Madison,
LaCrosse, HI. Paul and all points 1101th
'1 his Is nlo the only direct rune to
Decatur, 11 loo i n I rx ton, NpruiKehl,
P.orla, tjulni'v, Keokuk,
lliirhiiKton, Koek IiUiid, La Halle.
Mendotn, Ilium, Kreeport,
Ualeua, Ilnliiiqiie, eloui lly,
Oninha and all points northwest,
Kleeant Drnwing ltoom Hlcoping Curs
On all Night Trulns.
iCKl!e Checked 10 all linporlaut polnls.
For tlekeij and Infjrinatioii, apply to I. 0. It.lt.
depot t airoi ou board ln (riiu.it steauier be
tueeu Oluiiilni and Cairo, und at tnu prilii'lp d
railroa 1 ticket olllces throughout tho south. 1
W. P. JO II N it IN, Oen'l rasa. Ak'1, Chicaio.
A. Miti'iiitl, tii'U'l Cup'l. Chicago.
.1 .1011 NSON, Ag't, Cairo,
72. SPRING-SUMMER. '7?
C. 11 A N NY.
KKNTUCKY JRANH, KZTHA,
Ij AITlTEXiS .
OrtOS 'KAIN SILKS,
LARUE STOCK OF CAUP.XTINO
01 LT IIANDI,
Ult Ess 1 1 re Nlttclt
VEKY LOW FIOUKKS.
COH.VKKBtU BT. AVI) COUHKBCIAL-AV.,
W.II.MOItRIS, II. II. CAMlKK,
Notary Public. No. Pub. and V. H. Com.
FIItK, HULL, CAKGO, LIVESTOCK,
Ae f5,"'V'"l ;i"
.NOItTII AMKIIICA. PA
As-i'l. t.',Ts3,0il in
IIAItTKOIlIt, (XJNN ,
Asel 8i,.'.H,-Jl li
A--PI' f!,7nl,lt h;
Asset sjl.lVS.Ie, I;
Asset ITwi'J" "'
Aiel ll.'.,t7.1 ss
A--et '.IV-'IS 41
AMI'.ltlCAN CK.NTIt.tl., MO.,
Assets .V'I,(0 10
:on.nf.ct:cut mutual, i.ifk.
Assets t'l,isO,ll In
TllAVKLi:iW, llAHTKt'ltU, I.IKK AMI
Assets . JI.Ci'H"! hi
ItAlL'A'A V PAHMKNttKIM A-SlMtASCK
Assets f saioi.l I.J
A-ets ni,W,S OU
SAFFORI), MORRIS & CAN DEE,
71 Ohio Let re,
City .National Hank, CtlltO, ILL.
F. UK OSS,
FIRE AND MARINE
NEW KNOI.ANIl MUTUAL, I.IKK,
ANCIIORI) FIRE AND MARINE
Of St. Louis.
Solicits all Made of risk'.
oet J7tf. Aent.Csiro, Illinois.
FIRE AND MARINE
IIN" S TJ 12 -A. O E
NIAOAHA, N. V.,
A"" l,41C,'il(i 2,1
OKRMANIA, N. V.,
Assets I,;s,72l ;s
HANOVKIt, ,V. V.,
Assets 7,i hu.' no
IlKI'UIILIC, S. V.,
Assets 714,0'J.". UI
Comprising the Underwriters' Afceue),
YONKKIts, N. v.,
Assets t:s 401 si
Assets M 4'J,1'.I 2.1
IKKMKNH FUND, H. K.,
A"H,,ls KlHMi OS
KUUBITV, N. Y.-MAHINK,
A""Cl l,4 IJ,8fl HO
Hoe'Inln'refL1.1'"1.'' Fllnrp. Hulls and Car-
Our Home Advertisers.
'4" 'PS 'O "I
DOOKM, NAMIf. KTCi
W. W. THORNTON'S,
UUILDKRB' SUPPLY DEPOT;
13 TKNTII 8THKET,
Dnm, Hsu is, Blltsda. MsttlsllsiB,
l'jttUaUrr,(woMl Wlstdowatsd Door
Frmtnra, t'losrlac, Illt, 1
NhlBKlM, UUsrd Null, UlttstHl Nlde
I.lghla, ttlstcesi TrtiBMttati.
Ksmb WsrlgkM, Rswb Palllett nasi Cords
felt, KoeRai Oasaat, PlMlvria
lapr, Carpt-t Fell, WhlU .
Lewi, Muted Oil, AiauricMti WIsMtr
tilitwt, KatilUa BdFraeb
Plate (Jituui, Ptttljr, fJUalcr' Palala
Hewer Plaea Patal 1'blBiBvyti.
Kir., Kle., Kir.
AOKNTS lor Hoclt Itivrr Per Cornpaoy'a
tilieatliiuv Kelt sad Quarts Cemont.
II. W. Joha's Iuiroed Itoohujt alwayi on
KKAI. KNTATK AUE.M'V.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SKCONI) FLOOItJoilIO I.KVKK,
Hl'V ami Skll Rkai. Kstatk,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIKLE
And nepsre Conreysneos of Kinds:
The Illinois CaBtrsJ Hail Kod Compny now
onerforsslB lhelollowlDgdescrlbed lots In f irs-
Addition to Hie City ot Cairo, vlti ""
Lot -ei block m. Lot 84 block W,
:: H :: s :: w.
" :t " w, sj K
orlerms.ele, .pply'.o JAMkH JOHNSON,