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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1872.
Iff 'i i h i i t i a c o 1, oi lUi sti Ml' fnt feel u un bo re rid nd crs II u cy rlol lis CAIRO BULLETIN- JOHN II. OllUltt.Y, Wltor and Publisher One week, by carrier 9 - One year by carrier, In advance 10 00 One year by carrier If not pild In advance 12 M 9ne month, 1y mall 1 00 I brcc month ... 3 (KJ tiix month 8 2 One rear 10 00 TUE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN John II. Obcrly lias reduced tho ubcrlp- tlonprlco of the Wkkkly CAino Bulletin to One Dollar per annum, making It the cheapest papcrpublUhcd In Southern IHItiol. HEAVY VERDICT AGAINST RAILROAD COMPANY. A From tho Sow York Iloiald Nov. 20th.) A few day ago tberu was given In the Herald' a detailed account of tho suit binurht neainst tho Camden and Atnboy railroad company by Messrs. Lamb Eastman of Iblt city," to recover for the loss of cotton bale destroys) at tho burn ing of thu wharf and witrohouscs of the comfinr at nicr No. 1. North River, on tho -Dili" of July, 1SC4, MM flri', as will b? remembered, iuving urinated on tho stentnar John Potior, belonging lo tbu company, and at tho ttmo moored at the wharf. Tho cotton burned 1 137 bales nl together) w prt of u voiirintueni fenl from tjairo, Illinois, ai ine unic oi imp ment a written contract wus signed except' int the transnortinc lines from losses by Are. The company fell back on this con tract and rctused to uisiko irooci me iois on Lhn FAtton. It was claimed in opposi tion and as not covered by the term of the contract that tha llro i tho result of tho vrnLIOEMCE OF THE ItAILKOAD COJIPANT, The latter refused to seo thn matter in thl lurht. and tho remit w seeking through Iho channel of tho courts to com pel payment. After sono two year of preliminary lcal spurring the cac wni brought to" a trial iifore Judtro C.irdozo, at that time n justice of the court of common pleas. Tho result of tho trial wa a verdiet for the plaintiff). An np peal was taken from this verdict to tho gen eral term, who nillrmed the verdict. It was carried then to tho cour. of appeal, which ordered a new trial. All this, of course, has tnU-n time, it now being eight tear, as slated above si.jco tho flro. A bKCOSI) TRIAL commenced on kit Wednesday. In n case of tucb magnltudo eminent counsel wcro employed'--Mr. Luther 11. Marsh and .Mr. Sbepperd appearing for tho pluintill's, and Mr. Thomas Cuyler of tho Philadelphia bar, and ex-Judgo Fullerton and Mr. San lord of this city representing tho railroad company. Thocvidetico w mainly n rcp etiton of that at tho previou trial, nnd to ws tho tumpilng pp of counsel, all of which was fully reported in tho 'Herald' at the tiino. A feature of special interest, however, was tho CHABOE-or- JUDOE LABUEMOUR of the court of common pleas, before whom tho cite was tried. This chargo Is not only specially interesting, at defining tho lgl liabilities of common carriers, but' Inas much us upon tho result of thn suit de pends a host of other similar suit by other parties sustaining loss iy mo tamo ure. Another fact cnbuncing tho public interest in tho defining of tho law In this cao is the applicability of the mine rule of law to the lata burning of thu warehouses in Brooklyn thittis to say, if, despito con tracts exempting liability through loss by Are, negligence can bo proven. Tho fol lowing is tha charge : "A common carrier it ono who under take tor biro lo transport from place lo place tho goods of such as choose to employ him. Ho is roiponsiblo for any lost or damage not occasioned by the act of God or tho public enimies. Hut this general liability may be limited by express agreement, and i: is for you to say, from tho facts in this caio, whether the le gal responsibility of tho defendant ir gen eral or limited in its character. There arc two theories that arUo upon tho evidonco to which 1 ahall briefly direct your atten tion. The one is that mrinlau od by tho defendant that the bill of lading itutd by the Illinois Central railroad company was tha contract under which tho cotton was transported. In It, m you will re member, it is provided that th through rale should be ti per one hundred nounds. and tbtt'tbe company nro not responsible tor damige or lots by uro. Alttiougfi tuts suit is not brought against tho company wan whom this contract it claimed to hTt bren mad?, yet thi defendant, who unc3rt)V the carriage ot this cotton and in whose custn jy it was lost or destroyed, Is subject Ui the wme liabilities and "en titled to tins bnent of the Same exemption' as vi-tn impute! and cental u tti in tho !irt bill of lkdmi?. This bill of lading is evi dence of the conlr.cttnd'i by tho parties, and Is presume! lo tmWly "all that was fcretd upn btwtn them. If vou b lieve, therefore, upon the ttitiuiony, that tae piaintisi or eitner or tnem autboriz'i'l or aitentei to the Issuing of this bill of lid ini;, eitner pruDaily or by their client then tin detendant is entitled to the bene fit of the exemption clause in rttpoct to tho non-liability of Iom bv fire. The eifoct of this would be to rohevo it of it its com mon law liability as a common carrier and establish tbu relation between it and tbe plaiutitfs at a bailee for him. In this re iktion they would only bo liable for the loss of this proporty by reason ot their own negligence, lipon this branch oi tbe case I chargo yon, llrft, ai a preposition, that tho defendant Is not liublo for thu lu unUss it appear that the flro which cuused it resulted liom thu negligence of tho de fendant or its nerviiriie. It is Incumbent upon tho plaintiffi to evtr.b.lth this fact before they can usk for n verdict in their lilaintlfl authorized or Aecntcd to such an oxemption as a condition ot tho trans portation ut tbo cotton u tiioso bin oi lading fully expres Iho agreement tnado then they aro concluslva upon the par- tics. Hut If nidi exemption claiue was Inserted without tho authority or assent or tho plaintiffi", they would not bo bound by its term. Tho plaintiffs havo testirlcu tnat tncy Old not eo tno uiusoi lading until Rfter tho llro occurred and upon this point tlicy havo not been con tradicted. If you boliove, therefore, that the goods worn delivered to tho Illinois Central railroad company or us nceni, under tho verbal ncreement sworn in by tbo plaln'.liri', ncd that such aurecmont hd teen acted on, then tho defendant I being the carrier in whoso custody tho poods' were when tho loss occurred! it liable, whether tuch los wa tho reult of .. 1 . if tr-.i- lis negligence or nut. miner this ngreoment tho defundant Is rc.ponlblo ns a common carrier for tho loss of tho cotton, unle,a I havo already stated, such loss wa occasioned hv tho'act of 0(k1 or tho publlo cnomlof. Ins bv tiro then, in this view of the case. would bo no (-xciiso for non-dollvury of the cotton and dofondant would bo liablo for itt los. " TI1E VERtltCT. So clear and explicit was tho nbnve charge, that tho jury did not tnkoovor five mimites for consultation. Tho verdict rendered wns SlU.'do lor tho plaintiffs, being tho whole amount claimed, wuu in terest. ! THE XLI 11. CONGRESS. ITU, LIST OF THE MEMBERS ELECT TO Til E NEXT HOUSE OK REPRESENT-ATIVKS. ITS POLITICAL COMPLEXION. of favor. It'u for vou lo determine uuon the ftvidenco offered whether thcro was such a want of caro on the part of tho defendant tha exercise of which would havo pre vented the Iojs. In reaching a conclusion upou'tbit point you will uko into consid eration tbe situation of the premises whero tho injury occurred and ull ito rurronnd ings, tbo character and condition of the pier and tho good thereon, tho' means that wero employed for tho protection ond safety against u peril of tnis nature, nnd then say whelhtr that degree of euro was used which tbo circumstances of thu caso demunded. The caro required win such wpernons of ordinary prudenco would tap of suoll property under just such cir cumstances. If you bolivo that tuch care was oxercisod the plalmitr cannot re cover; for the exemption clause In tbe bill of lading uisclmrgoi detuiidant from liability. If, on tho contrary, you bulievo that tho loss occurred by llm negli genco of the dofundant or its rvHtiU you will then find for tha plulntiffs. The other theory of the caso is that which tho plaintiffs rely upon' as i. ground of reenv 'y. .i.hpy elil'n that tlfu agreement for too hoii.uihuoii oi nils property win Terbal, lhat.it.wa made with llm dulv authorized utiuut of thu Illin,i i i railroad, tho cotton wa to be curried from Uairo to aow lorK by "an rail," and that no exemption for loss by flro wai agreed to or ovon spoken of, 'n',0 plaintiff havo swoin pnsltlroly upon this point and aro corroborated as to iho fun of exemption for Iris by llro by tho agent of tho Illinois Control railroad company. No attempt has been made to contiadict tbo evidenco, except by tbo production ol the Wilt of lading, which, It U claimed; conclude tho parties as to tho terms and coailtlooi of shipment. If you rind that The lollowing is a complete list of tho Kepresontatives and Delogatcs elected to tho next CongreM. Connecticut, aw Himnshiro nnd KeW Mexico will elect next vcar. Those who wero memucrs the last House aro marked with a . ALABAMA. District 1 F G llrombcrg, Liberal 'J James T Kapler, (col) Hep. :i I'lnis Pttlhum. Uom. Chos Tliiy, Hop. 6 John II Caldwell, Dem. C Joseph 11 Slot, Dem. 7 Alexander While Hop. 8 Christopher C Sheats, Hep. ARKANSAS. District 1 Asa Hodge, Hep. L' 'Oliver P Snyder, Itep. 8 Thos M Gunter, Dem. 4 Jno M Ilrudiey, Hep. CALU'OK.S'IA. District 1 Chat Clayton, Hep. - il l'rnniv l'nge, Hep. :i J K Luttrell, Dem. 4 S O Uoughton, Hep. CONNECTICUT. (Elects in April next.) DELAWARE. District I James H Lolland, Hep. ILOIUDA. District 1 Silas L Niblack, Dem. 2 Chariot V Jones, Dem. UEOKOIA. District 1 Morgan Hawis, Dom. i J. U Whitolev, Hop. 3 Phillip Cook, Dem. 4 Henry Harris, Dem. C James C Freeman, Hep. G James II lilount Dem. 7 P M H Young, Dem. 8 All Wright, Dem. 0 II P Boll, Dem. ILLINOIS District 1 John II Hlco, Hep. J Jasper JJ Ward, ll'.p. a 'Charles B Fstrwell, Hep. 1 Stephen A Uurlburt, Hep. 5 "Horatio O Burchard, Hep. ti "John P Hnwley, Hep. 7 Franklin Corwin, Hep. b Greenbury L Fort, Hep. a Granville" llarrcre, Hep. Hi "William II Hay, Hep. 11 Hubert M Knapp, Dem. 12 .J nines U Hobinson, Dem. 13 John McNulta, Hep. 14 Jovpli G Cannon, Hep. 16 John H Eden, Dem. 10 James S Martin, Hep. 17 William K Morrison, Dem. 16 Ii-aac Clements, Hop. 19 Samuol S Marshall, Dem. INDIANA. District 1 Wm E Niblnck, Dem. i hunon K olle, jJem. 3 Wm S Holmun, Dem. 4 -Jeremiah M Wilson, Hep. b Jno Coburu, Hep. 0 Morton C Hunter, P.9p. 7 Thos J Curon. Hep. B Jas K Tyner, I'.ep. 0 Jno E Nell, Dem. 10 Henry it Savior, Hep. 1' Jaipur Packard, Kep. - 12 Godlovo S Orth, Hep. 13 'Win Williams, Hep. lOW A. District 1 Georgo McCrary, Hep. U 'Aylett II Cotton, Hep. 3 il.inm G Dunnan, Hep. 4 Henry O Pratt, Hep. j Jmuei Wilson, Hep. 0 William Loughriige, Hep. 7 John A Kuskjii, Hep, fi .lmes W McDill, Hep. J 'Jackson Orr, Hep. KA.ShAS. District 1 'David P Lowe, Hep. 2 S A Cobb, Hep. 3 William A Phillipps, He). KENTUCKY. District 1 'Edward Crossiand, Dem. U John Young Brown, Dem, A Clms. W Milhkcn, Dem. 4 'Williiim B Head. Dem. l K I) StHndifotd, Dem. i 'William K Arthur, Dam. 7 'Jnmos B Beck, Dem. H Milton J Durham, Dem. 'J 'Georgo M Adams, Dem. 10 John 1) Young, Dom. LOUISIANA, District 1 Efllngham Lawrence, Lib. i Hmdall L Gibson, Dem. 3 'Charles B Darral. Hep. 4 S.ltnuol II Peters, Hep. C Frank Morey, Hep. 11 Georgo A Sheridan, Lib. m.mne. District 1 Jno II Burluigh, Hep. J 'Wm P Fne, Hep. 3 'Jrts G Blaine, Hep. 4 S'imuol F iiouoy, Hep, 6 'Eugcno llule, Hep. JIAIIVLAND. District 1 Ephraim K Wilson, Dem. 2 'Stevenson Archer, Dem, 3 Wrn G U'llrien, Dem. 4 'Tims Swann, Hen. 1 W J Albert, Hep. 0 Lloyd Lowndes, Hep. MAM.AUHUBTr. District 1 'Juuie. BuiUiigton, Hep. Benjumln 11 Hhrris, Hep. 3 William Whiting, Hep.' 4 'Siimunl Hooper, Hep. fi D W Gooch. Hep. i 'Benjamin F Butler, Hep. 7 Ebenezor Hoar, Hep. " ! m Williams, Jlop, J 'Georgo F Hoar, Hop, 0 'Alvah Crocker, Hep. I 'Henry L Dawes, Hop. , , UlCIIIOAN. District 1 Mow. W Field, Hep. t Hssury Waldron. Hep. i George Willard, Hep.' 4 .Tullus O Burrowi, Kep. r, 'Wlldor D Foster, Rep., 0 Jotlah "W Ilcgole, Hop. 7 "Omar D Conier, Hep. H Nathaniel It Bradley, Rep. 11 Jay A Hubbel, Rep. MtVNr.SOTA. District 1 'Mark II Dunnell, Hop. ' 11 B Strait, Hep. :i 'John T Averill, flep. MtSSISSllTI. District I Lucius Q O Lomar, Dsm. 3 A It Howe, Hep. 3 'Henry "W Barry, Rep. 4 Jason Nllci. Hen. fi 'Gcorpo O ilcKoe, Rep. 0 John It Lynch, Rep. MISSOURI. District I Ed. O Slanard, Rep. 2 'Erutus Wells, Dem. 3 Wm. U Stone, Dem. 4 Hoboit A Hatcher, Dem. 6 it J Bland, Dem. 0 'Harrison E Havens, Rep. 7 T T Criltcndeti, Dem, 8 'Abraham Comlngo Dom. U 'Isaac C Parker, Rep. lu Ira B Hyde, Rep. 11 John B Clark, Jr., Dem. 12 John M Glover. Dem. 13 A U Buckner, Dim. KEUKASKA. District 1 Lorenzo Crounce, Rep. NEVADA. District 1 'Chas W Kendall, Dem. NEW llAUI'SUIHI. (Elects three representatives next March.) NEW JEK9IT. District 1 'Jno W Ilaxleton, Rep. 2 Samuel A Dobbins, Hep. 3 Amos Clark, Jr, Hep. 4 Hobt Huniillon, Dem. 0 Win W Phelps, Rep. 6 Marcus L Ward, Rep. 7 Isaac W Scudder, Kep. NEW TUKK. District 1 Henry W Scudder, Rep. ' J O Schumaker, Dem. 3 Stewart L Woodford, Rep. 1 Phillip S Crook, Rod. 0 Wm H Roberts, Dein. 0 'James Brooks, Dem. 7 Thomas J Creamer, Dem. 8 John D Liwson, Rep. ) David B Mellish, Hep. 10 'Fernando Wood, Dem. 11 'Clarkson N Parter, Dom. 12 'ChiirlotSt. John, Kep. 13 John O Whilehouse, Lib. 14 David M Dewitt, Dem. 15 'Ell Porry, Dem. 1G J nines S Smart, Hep. 17 Robert S Halo, Rep. 18 'Win A Wheeler, Hep. 19 Henry H Hatborn, Rep. 20 David Wilbur, Rep. 21 "Clinton L Meiriam, Rep. 22 'Ellis U Roberts, Hop. 23 "Wm E Lansing, Hep. 24 H Holland Duel), Hep. 25 Clinton D McDougull, Hep. 20 Wm II Lamport, Hep. 27 Thomas C Plutt, Rep. 28 'Horaco B Smith, Rep. 29 "Freeman Clarke, Rep. 30 George G Hoskins, Rep. 31 Lvman K Hast, Rep. 32 "NV alter L Sessions, Rep. 33 Lyman Tremalne, Hep. NORTH CAnoLtXA. District 1 'Clinton L Cobb, Hep. 2 'Clias B Thomas, Hep. Alfred M Waddell, Dem. Wm A Smith, Kep. 'Jas M Leach, Uoni. Thos S Ashe, Dem. Win M Bobbins, Dom. Hobt B Vance, Dem. OHIO. Milton Saylor Dem. Henry B Banning Lib Rep. John Q Smith, Rep. Lewis U Ounckel nop. Charles N Lamison, Dem. 6 Isaac II Sherwood, Kep. 7 Lawrence J Neal, Dem, 8 Wm Lawrenco, Rep. 9 Jas W Robinson Hep- 10 'Charles Totter, Hep. 11 HezekiahS Bundy Rep. 12 Hugh J Jewett, Dem. 13 Milton 1 Suutbard, Dem. 14 John Berrv, Dem. 10 'William P Spragus, Rep. 10 Lorenzo Dunforth, Rep. 17 L D Wood worth, Hep. 15 'Jumea Monroe, Hep. 19 'James A Garfield, Hep. 20 Richard C Parsons, Hep. OBCQOK. District 1 Joseph G Wilson, Hep. l'LNNSYLVANIA. District 1 'Samuel J Randall, Dem. 2 Charles U Tscil, Kep. 3 'Leonard Myers, Hep. 4 'William 1) Kelley, Hep. 5 'Alfred C Hurmer, Hep. 0 J S Biery, Hep. 7 'Washington Townsend, Rep. o -iicitier lymore, utm, 9 A Horr Smiln, Kep. 10 'John W Killinger, Kep. 11 John B Storm, Dem. 12 'Lazarus D Shoemaker, Rep. 13 James D Slrawbrldge, Hep. 14 'John B Packer, Kep. ID John A Magee, Dem, 10 Jno Cessna. Hep. 17 'H Milton Speer, Dem. 18 Sobieski Host, Hep. 19 Carlton B Curtis, Hep. 20 Hiram L Richmond, Hep. 21 Alexander W Taylor, Rep. 22 Jas ii Keglov, Hep. 23 'Kbentzcr McJunkln, Hep. 24 Wm S Mooro, Hep. 20 Lmue. Todd, Hep. 20 'Glenni W Scofleld, Hep. 27 Chas Albright, Hep. kiioue island. District 1 'BenjT Fames, Hep. I Ja M Pendleton, Hep. (SOUTH CAROLINA. 3 'J Allen Barber, Rep. 4 'Alexander Mltcholl, Dem. A 'Charles) A JtldrMrtJ, Dem. fi 'Philetut Sawyer, Rip. 7 'Jeremiah M Rutk,Jte 8 Aleisntlor 8 McDill, Rep. territorial deleoatm. Arizona 'Richard C McCormlck, Rep. Colorado 'Jeromo B Chaffee, Hop. Dakota 'Motes K Atmilrong, Dem. District Columbia Norton P Chlpmsn, Rep. Idaho John Hatlev, Dem. Montana Martin Maginnit, uem, Utah George Q Cannon, Mormon. Wathlneton McFadden, Dem. Wyoming William R Steele, Dem. Our Homo Advertisers. hutch at tut. "iiND&lAUER, TABER BROTHERS, BTJTCIHBRS AND DEALERS IN CHOICE FRESH MEATS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Corner 10th ttreet and Commercial aVenu) next uoor xo me njimnu iu, IMG If. CAIRO, ILLS. MANUFACTURING JBWBLBBS JAKE WALTER, BT7TOHBB aid mAtsa la FRESH MEAT, Eiqhth Street, Between WAsniNQTon and Commercial avenues, AdJoltsltiSi Kl'.tnhonae tssstl Bast sty's. !( tha twtit or SmI. Pork. Mutton Veal. Lmb, Suk, ate., 'nd are prepared to nut eltiten la the mol aeD"i mapnwr. JAMES KYNASTON, Butcher and Dealer in all Kinds oi Fresh Meats. Corner N'inetrnth and Poilar Sts.. CAIRO, ILLINOIS. lluvs and slaughters onlv the best ea'.Uc hoirs and sheep, and Is prepared to fill an) demand for fresh meats from one pound to ten thousand pounds. INfSCMANCr. FIRE AND MARINE i it s tj :r, .a. 2sr o b Special repairers of fine and difficult BAT O H -AND CHRONOMETER WORK COMPANiest. NIAQARA, n Atsetn..M Alirtt.. 11,130,116 3 i o 0 7 8 District 1 2 a 4 AtteU.. OERMANIA, N. V., HANOVER, N. Tn BEPUULIC, N. ..l.OM.TIl 78 .....Ti m oo ALSO MADE TO ORDER. JBWBLBY OF ANY FORM OR PATTERN Our Home Advcrtisors. DRUG'S. P. cf. tSciiuh. i Ui Railroad Advertisements. Tf .f .Iftfma riMxtrsiTi as t d X1VV.AJ IV XV 1M Mllea ttte Httorlestl Hotste TO OHIOAO-O ElSTtsljr'Hlleti(tieSilortt.t Hat TO ST. LOXJIS NO OUANOK OF CAIW PROM CAIRO TO ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO. ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS OM CAIRO TO Cincinnati, i (lnollii, Toledo, uetMand, niastarm Ftl Iluflalo, l'illl,uitf, WvhlBRloB. llaltlmora, rhlladelnhla, New York. notion and all ijnl Mt. Mlliraiikle, Jtnutlllr, Mallran, I.aCroite, Hi, ul u J all points nortb. lhn It alio the only direct mute to rwalur, liloomlngtoD, UpMnK'ld, I'forla, Qulnct, Keokuk, nurlin?ton, flock IkUnJ, I Hall MfDilotl. Il ion. Galena, DiihiiauK, H.UIv. uniana and all iclnU northweit. Eloi?ant Drawing Room Sloopinr Ca" On all Night Trains. nmRe Clirckf J io all Important polott. For tickelt ami informatino, apply to I. C, R.R lpitt airo; on boar J tne lraD.it tttnmor l tweu Colunilii't and Cairo, and at tno prlnclfit rallroa I tlikft o(tlct llirougtiout the aoutli. i-.juii.-iiw.-i. urn irata. AR'I, UhlcafO. I. Mitcatti, 0n'l bup't. Uliieafio. J. JOHNSON, Ajj't. Cairo. SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS SOUTHEASTERN R. R. On and after Monday, April Jb, 1372 trains win run at loiiowt: NORTHERN DIVISION. taint 0010 tocTBtttr, Mail. I.iit Vlrtlnla e 0 a. m Bptingnfl. I. ...... u 0 TailorTllle Id S " Arrno at f.n. 11,40 rum. gigoiTiiii, Eztiruit. I.atii I'ana ... t.i.i a. m " Talnrill. t til ArrlTatHprirKnrld....15 " .para nprtnfneia. n.5 Arm at Vliginia.....t.6 s.u SOUTHERN DIVISION, ti Holm) racTuttir, KHirwood .S,via. ra.. ...10.10 p, m " rior. t.a II. to " ArrlM al HliawnM''. ..V " IS IIII.I.1 AltUtt. Express. .I:U p.m. . l:0O " ,. . e ,. ft.1T " Mali. J Si a, m. 4 0 - ...0.00 ' ...e 10 " BILLIARDS. CO AmU 7I4, W Comprislog the Uadonrritcrt' Aincy. TONKERS, V. T., Attett... AtteU . AlMlt.. ..ns 4 si ALBANY CITT, 4M.1M tiremen's vdnd, i. rn S7S.S0O 08 SECURITY, V, tssott... T. MARINE, ..1,43J.S49 Htoiff. DwdllBK. Furniture, Hulls and Car (art, Insured at rattt at rarrracia a teuna, par- manani ttcoriiT win warrant. I rctpwtrulljr k of tho cltiunt ot Cairo, C. If. St IUIIK. TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. ASSETS, S60Q.000. Have alto on band a Fine Stock ok Jewelry, Of their own and other Manufactures CLOCKS OF ALL KINDS. J VU A STB U W VAt 0. KNOBELSDORFF, Frotident, - Bocrotttry. ORS. JUAB. REITS, HlNRY WeUER, A. C. Eebino, A. Miscb, 'JrtAt. Wehtue, Chas. Verqba, r RANCtS AjAOKNXR, UUAS. DAXOL1NO, C. Uirscii, "Wm. Reinuarpt, JOHN r ELDKAMf. The omtmwd and irenrMt comptnT in in norinweti. in onijr compaoj wmiu guw inwii a raan turrtaoerTaiu. CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't, tVUr fortfelronnel ylelnlly SOLID SILVER WARE -or- Mr. H. Moms, Nolar Public. 11. H. Candct No. Pub. and II. H. Com Diitrict 1 'Joseph II ltaiuey, (col) Hep, '1 Alonzo J Hatitier, (col) Rep. 3 'Robert U Elliott, (col) Rep, 1 'Alexanders Wallace, Rep, 6 H II Cain, (col) Hep. TKNNK8HEE, District 1 "Roderick R Hutler, Hep. 2 J M Thornburi;, Hep. A William Ciutchlleld, Ht,p. 4 'John M Ilriijht, Dum. fi Horace II Harrison, Hep. (I V tl Whitthorno, Dem. 7 J D O Athlns, Dem. 8 David A Nunn, Rep. 0 Harbour Lewis, Hop. 10 'Horaco Maynard, Rep. TEXAS. District 1 'Willliim S Herndon, Dem. 2 "W P .McLean, Dem. A 'DOGIdding. Dem. 4 'John Hancock, Dem, 6 Honor Q Mills, Dom. 0 A II Willie, Dem. VERMONT. Charles R Willard, Ron. 'Lulio I' lolnd, Rep. Georgu W Hondeo, Rep. VIIIUINIA. District 1 .Ins R Sener, Rep. - 'Jus II Piatt, Rep. 3 J A Smiih, Rpp, 4 'A H II Stowull, Rep. 6 Alexander M Davis, Dem. 0 'I hot Whitehead, Dem. 1 JnoTHarrU, Dom. o hppa Hunton, Dem. 0 Hues T Urown, Dem. wekt viroima. District I 'John J Davis, Dem. ' 'lT;Mor.rU,on Bns, Hep. 11 'Frank Hereford, Dem. WISCONSIN, DIstrlot 1 Charles G William, Rep. 1 'Osrry W. Haxl.ton, ltBp. District 1 o 3 FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK AUUlUCflT, lilt K, JSTNA, HARTFORll, Aatett ..fi,Wi,tH W NORTH AMKRICA, FA., Atteta t.TSa.'JOO (10 UAKTFOKD, CONN., Atett..... ti.M 4,210 1 I'HCK.MX, IIARTFOHD, - - ....11,781,141 tt INTERNATIONAL, N. t Aol - l,M3,S9t IT PUTA AM, IIAHTFOHl), ' I7M(9jt CLEVELAND, CLEVELAM), A"tlt SJU.eil is HOME, COLUMBUS, As. eta . SUS.rri 4S AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO., At l&OO.OOO C CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIFE. Attett tao.ooo.ooo no TRAVELERS', UAUTFORO, LIFE AND ACCIDENT, AiiCtttiMttttMtaaM (ttatat4tiita92tV00,0U0 09 RAILWAY FA83EN0ER9 ASSURANCE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FINISH. And many unique and attractivo patterns of SILVER PLATED WARE At prices that defy competition. SPECTACLE WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED COMPASSES AND YMCtl., CO., HARTFORll, ,.600,000 00 A'l-f'li.. INDEPENDENT, DOSTON, ,.C,66a (HI SAFFOIU), MORRIS &CANDEE, 71 OIilo I.evt. Cltj .National Bnk, CAIRO, ILL. S,fl Trt ion rr.r '.,',, akuu v vit- 'IO IV pU All el.net of working pen p '.cltlii rtti, yuiintior old, tatkn mo.a monrjr M work f r ua In their tiiaro moinnnttor all, lb lima, than at anythinf ejae. liticuUra free. Addreti a. Rtlaaon A Co., Portland. Main. teptiowiy SPYGLASSES And every thing in our line of buslnes CALL AND SEE. 0 ST. NICHOLAS j BILLLIARD HALL HARRY WALKER & CO, Prop'rt. Tills house I newly fltteil up with two excellent P BILLIARD TABLES nHiua, And two fine PLAYERS. HEW IDlRITO- STOBE. r i tit i --r uTiz-MiiiT-nnn I The saloon Is stocked with the Beit AJAlUJlJAl I31VU1X1H.X0, Ilranasof BSHSHSLSjtJr LE WINES, Our now RETAIL AND PRESCRIPTION DiRUQ- STORE. IN BTTDEB'3 BLOCIT Cor. WttaltlDXton At. and F.ltthth LIQUORS, and CIGARS MIXED DRIOSTSIC are compounded In the most approved style tSTCotne and ceo lor yourself. They keep on nanu a uno svock ot COLD WEISS BEER, SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND UOL LAND 11EHRINO. REFRESHMENT TAI1LES aro spread morning anil evenliiR at 10 o'clock, at which all iirv inltcd topartlcl- puio lien oi L-:iari;i'. 3-13 It now FULLY OPENED. Where we will keep A COMPLETE STOCK -or- EAMILY MEDICINES, KANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES, KINE PERFUMERY, UllUSilKS. COMU3 BICK-KOOM AND NUltSKHT APPLIa NCKS, k I O E COLD: Our Pure SPARKLING. SODA WATEIt AND GENUINE FRUIT SYRUPS Can not be excelled. We also draw tbe GENUINE SARATOGA end BLUE LICK WATERS UAH t'i'll'Klth. H.T. UEUOULD; STEAM AND GAS FITTER emu is JAM riXTVHKH, Oat Fitter'a and l'luml.fr' ointsrial, Wucd pum , giaijt. ami hukih tii., atop cockn, oheck TKlra,alc, auo aukmt roa Tnlta slrolhera I'ntent Dry UaMeSr And Mnrauouao, Well A Cu'a Automatic WaUl inaicaior ana iipijr vaire tor tieam oouera. WINTEB'H III.OCK. COKMEBCIAL-ATENn KKAli ENTATK AUEKtJl. C. WINSTON & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENT3 AUCTIONEERS, 74 (SECOND TLOOtt) OHIO LEVEE, CAino, II.LH,, Bur and Ssi.l Real Eutatx, PAY TAXES, FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE And puapare (!onj nim of Kindr! SSTOVa-M. S SNU ASIS;, KStJ, Also, choice lot of Cigars, ol extra qua Ity, sold at reasonable prices. Our PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT Will receive espoclal attention nml cnie living ut all hours In clmro of competes.) and careful parties. Prescriptions carelulty compounded at all hours day or night. NONE BUT THE PUREST AND nKSi" MEDICINES DISPENSED. A. HALLE Y, DEALER IN STOVES, Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothat Wnnitf ta Telle Ware, Coal Hod, FlreBnotrla, Air 0U. AiurAC'TPaaa of , TIN ZINC. COPPER AND SUEE1 IRON WARE. N6. 166 Washington -avenue CAIRO, ILLINOIS. tWRooflng. Outtanug, and all kinds of Jo ertdouaatthoiUitt Butloa. tetildv cor ld(