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fUlDAY, JULY lO.lBit.
Oftlrlnl I'nprrof IlioCltr nml County
I lllN II. OHKULY. K.lllot nd l'uWIJ&or
TKUM8 OFTHK DAILY MUM-KTIN
One week, by oarrtor
One year by carrier, in advance 10 00
One yew by carrier It Hot paid In
advance i2 00
tlno month, tiy mall 1 00
rttrAA mftnthi 3 OC
el x month' 5fJ3
One yoir 10 00
TBHMS or WKKKLV HUM.STIN
Otic Year 1 00
Six Month1" , 76
Three Month W
Int.irlitbly In advance,
flMutltiK mnltcr nil cry iiC.
It is sat', (hat Henry W. Longfcl
low will wrilo n life of .Sumner
"Ki ltoi't: is iiirtlio groat trim
tliftii auyouo imagine!," arc the warning
wonU of the prophetic Disraeli.
A MAN in Metropolis ii described as
''feeling his com" after his northern
trip. AVhcre is Uilbcrt?
A 61T.ciai. term of the .Macsac
county circuit court will Lo hoi J soon.
The 'Time' of Metropolis says so.
Tin: State Journal, in tho ititcre.'t oi
Gen. Logan and ColjPglcsby, is bit
terly hostile to Oen. Graut cud hi ad
ministration. That erudite journal, the Metropo
lis 'Times', informs us that "politics is
of two kinds jicncral and local." Mr.
McCartney arc a great uranimatian.
Jy pajior innocently
remarks : "Our fanners assure us that
what oats rue secured this year will
have to be cut with n pair of thears."
Chiev Justice Vnitc has been nom
inated for the presidency by u western
newspaper. The domineering New
York Herald, exclaims : "Let there
bo eud to this."
A new edition of the lectures of
Hon. 11. 15. lugcroll has been issued
from the press. Tho volume coutaius
"The Gods," "Humboldt," "Thomas
Paine," "JndiuMuality" and "Heresies
and Hcrosiei," and is told for 82,
by Geo. i'uturbaugh, I'eorn, ill.
Cait. Cl'ttinii has u.surud the
Metropolis 'Times' that hu will have
plenty of work for his yard all sum
mer. If the Captain is in a kicking
humor, and would devote come oNiis
attention to tho Metropolis editors, he
would also have plenty of work fur hi
Fnoii the Metropolis Tims' we
learn the startling intelligence that a
colored man named Simpson has sued
Mr. H. Mitchell for wages of his sou ;
that the trial was before Tusker, and
that tho defciiKO was, previous payment
of tho son. If this gnes on, the con
sequences will be terrible.
The Goleouda "Herald" says, that
Hill Gupton is a desperado well
known here, and is tho same man, who,
last winter, while on one of tho packets,
no cowardly beat up a Mr. Van. Gar
ucr, a rcrident of Liviugtouc county,
Kentucky. If theio is any justice in
Cairo courts, this last act will probably
put an end to his career in this sec
tion." A CoM.Mr.NTA it v. Alderman Saup,
commenting upon tho remarks made by
us about Alderman Walder aud the
comet, said we had a habit of indulg.
ing in cometarics on many things ; but
"Walder was of opinion we intended
utirout him and remarked: -Tin:
JH-M.ETIN ato afraid 1 will crack if
not break up its' influenza in this com
munication." We assure tho intellec
tual aldermen of the first that we do
uot often indulge in commentaries, and
that we do not believe that even Wai
dcr, with all his hefty brains eau de
etory our influence in this eoumiumtv.
Mn. J.K. Malik, of tho Canton
'Register', has been appointed printer
export by tho governor, under the pro
visions of the act in force July 1, re
vising tho law in relation to state con
tracts. Mr. Magic succeeds Mr. l'ickctt,
who had just learned tho busines
Magio will he a vigilant effieer, aud
s moll corruption in tho printing of the
state from afar off if his nose don't
lecouie callous, against which contin-
ffinnn in. 4 ... ; 1 fit
bvuuj hu umni jiryvme. i iicro are a
number of Major Haillachcs in Stirin-
field, and Col. D. L. J'hillips has tho
Htnoouiost tougue iu the world. W
vouturo to say ho could talk tho hums
off tho Old Hoy. Ho takes gicat pride
in closing tho eye of iunocent
printer experts. Magic must bo care
ful; and ho will be, we havo no doubt.
Ho Is a little on tho know-all order.
If ho is told a matter is one way, ho is
likely, out of the purest kind of stub
bornness, to insist that" it is the other
way. HeBidcs, wo luYe been told "soft
eoap" or "grcaso" cannu jJ0 uted upon
him, to advantage. Whero"1ro wo C0M.
elude Magio will not by a popnA,r ox-
pert. Tho contracloM will not .dote
Nmtiik.h sinners nor Christians
seem to tako much intctcstin tho Gup
ton Kschbach tragedy. Tho fiery gen
tlemen who cried for GuptonV blood nt
tho door of tho county jail, lmvo be
come ns cold as ice, and say: "D tt
tho law; let it enforce itself. What
is tho use of n law that won't enforce
itself?" So, we must part company
with tho men of tho wob. Hut tho
Christians tho tcmpcranco fanatics
where nro they? Cold, also cold, its
ice. They also say : "l n tho tem
perance law. What is the u?o of n
tcmpornuco law that won't ci,-';jrcu'
itself?'' So, we must also iart com
pany with tho Christii' aui1 tcmpor
nuco people. W "avo for a long time
believed ,ut Iucu an,l women who
pniodically demand the cnlorccnicnt
of the law aro humbugs, and now we
will bo sworn thoy nre. Hut let us
say to our citizens : When tho deper
ado who is now on the steamer Blank,
lands in Cairo in a week or two, deter
mined to indulge in a spree, and,
loaded ilovui with weapons, drinks
liquor furnished by our own citizens,
becomes furious, and shoots and kills
our esteemed fellow-citizon, Mr. Care
less, when this little even! happens
and you are asserting that the laws aro
not enforced, don't shako your indig
nant locks nt u, but blame yourselves
You do not wish tho laws to be execu
ted, or you would exhibit mote inter-cst-iu
-their execution than you do.
A CAHHOXilALH INsTHTTION.
We spout si few hours in Caibnndule
last ueek, mid wore pleased to observe
that the young city has many of tho
symptoms of enterprise that its bus-
iuo.-s is iucicafdi?. and its titizcus arc
very hopeful ol its future. The bui-
iics Mock destroyed by tiro FOtuciimc
ago Uboiug rebuilt; the Newell House,
jus, opened, is a very fine hotel, lack
ing only proprietors or clerks who
know how to be courteous to gue:U ;
and the Normal school is attracting
people to locate where its advantages
may be obtained.
A new feature in the buaiac.s of
Carboudalc is the establishment of
Barton .V. Hundley, who have opened
a really line Hook, stationery, and
(.icueral aricty store, an institution
that wif greatly needed for the ac
commodation of tho Carbomlalians.
Marlon puf""imse!f to ronio
trouble to Miow un iUtouuU thu uuli.
Hshmcut, and we were really aston
ished by thu good tusto and discretion
that had been manifested in the selec
tion of the otock.
Messr.-. H. A; II. have nil the School
i).. i., .i... ..in lo uaj in too por
mal and public schools , ccry kind of
Stationery ; a largo supply ol Wall I'a
per, Window Shades, Chromes, Pict
ure Frames, f'hortograph Albums, aud
so forth. Their Tobacco and
Sesrars stock is al-o large and
fine, and their Confectionery Depart
ment supplied with everything in thut
Uuo n nil nl the very best mtality. A
beer fountain gushes with an innocent
beverage, of which the very temperate
nd whiskey-hating people of Carbon-
dale frequently pattakc. A uuws stand,
supplied with nil the latest dailies and
periodicals, is another loature of the es
We are glad to learn that the ucw
firm is receiving a very liberal patron
age, is making money, and that tho
business i; growing very day. Mr. Har-
ton long struggled with the Demon of
tho Types, endeavoring to make him
yield some of the wealth he is reputed
to have, but without much success.
It givos in pleasure to make a note of
the fact that at last John Ins "struck
paying oil. '
NASTY .VAST ON LOGAN
Wo have noticed with rogrettlmt the
leading republicans of Cairo take much
pleasure in Mr. Nast's insulting cari-
senator is pictured as a muzzled doK"-
wall the tlu pau or inflation tied to his
tail, running away from the late :sMA.
lioau state convention, the member' of
which, gathered about the door of the
convention hall, are laughing at the sad
plight of the unfortunate statesman.
We cannot understand why Cairo re
publicans should be delighted by such
an insult to a man in whom they should
all take great pride. It may bo they
fear him, but even if thoy do. and art
conlciuplatiug with pleasure his antic
ipated downfall, thoy should, fur tho
sake of auld lang syne, roseut, with in
dignation, Nast's insult to the Illinois
The earicaturo, apart from its insult
ing features, is a falsehood. The re
publican stato convention did uot con
demn Logan ; it, in faut, declared al
though the platform wires in aud Hires
outou tho finance question a currency
plauk that was not unsatisfactory to
tho senator; and, what must have era
ated wonder in all tho unsophisticated
worshippers, ot President Grant, it hud
not tho courage, althou-h it was com
posed uf ledoral ofiiee-holdurH, to en
dorse tho president and his administra
tion. "When did a republican Minveii-
tion of Illinois ever before hesitate to
endorso n republican president''
I'aekcd as that convention wa9 by Gen.
Grant's hirelings, tho influence of Sen
ator Logan prevented tho delegates
from endorsing Grant or his polioics.
We believe Senator Logan lost an
opportunity when ho rofuscd to take
up the gauntlet President Grant threw
down ; wo have no doubt ho has been
marked by the administration for polit
ical death. It is evidently tho inten
tion of Grant to put Senators Logan
and Morton upon tho same shelf with
Hchurz, Trumbull, l'cntonnnil other io
publicans tho wonderful political skill
of tho president has consigned to po
litical oblivion , nml the rather timid
action of Senator Logan, who in pub
l.o estimation m struck by the eto
a blow that made him stagger and re
treat, seems to us to indicate that the
leading Illinois senator believes a bat
tle with the president would result in
disaster to tho presidential foe. If he
docs believe this he might as well die
with hatuoas ti his back as surrender
at discretion. If ho surrenders his
doom is sealed. Hut, if Logan will
light, we arc not sure Grant will pome
out with the victory. He is not now
tho powerful luailor he was a short time
a0, aud all ihat is necessary to over
throw him is :i bold leader, who will
give him blow for blow. We have too
much confidence in Senator Logan's
courage to believe ho will loug lick the
dust beneath the president's feet. 'J hat
he has done so even for n siurt time
has robbed Senator Logan of much of
his prctigo for indepondaticc and cour
age ; but all is not lost ; we do not de
spair nf Logan yet. If the baleful
presidential power has not utterly de
moralized him, he will bo heard from
again, aud we predict that, if ever ho
does pluck up courage enough tp fight
Grant, many of the men who,
lately ti political property of Logan,
are now laughing at last's caricature,
will have reaou to regret their insult
We need not say we do not agree
with Senator Logan in polities, but we
admire his ability, have heretofore been
confident of his pluck, aud we regard
with alarm tho power of the president,
why can, by the use of a little oi the
public patronage, crush even the
leaders of his party who have the tem
erity to not agree with him on all
questions of public policy.
THU DM FT OF POLITICS.
from the .V.illon.J
'Y.t l.v Loan some ripple.', iu
political afTairs during the week, but
ou the whole it has been quiet. I'p
in New Hampshire the democrats in
tho legislature have been behaving in
a manner to shock bcjud expression
their republican br.tlnon Thoj lmvu
been turning tho latter out of nlfice,
redisricting their districts iu a subdol
ous aud gerrymandering munucr and
generally conducting themselves as re
publicans have done ou similar occas
ions. Jlicgrieto! the latter is uot,
thoreloro, soothed with universal sym
pathy, although it is feared that all
theke wiles of tho democrats may litre-
alter secure that party a eoutr ! i the
state, even when it has not carried it 1
by the popular vote. Mr. h. II . llol- ,
litis, former republican aanager in
New Hampshire, mustheur this with a 1
iravo smile. On the other hand it is
predicatod that, if this is what ou call
democratic relorm, many men ol inde
pendent minds -nill cut bait iu the
uext election" a nautical term mean,
ing that they will reftiso all active par
ticipation iu the campaign. In -Muss.
achuetts there i tiie withdrawal of
Mr. Dawes and Mr. George Hoar and
the rumored withdrawal of Judge Hoar
and tieneral Hutlcr. This would leave
Massachusetts with a delegation weak
ened of its strongeit elements both of
good and oil; but lot-.s would- much
porpouderato over ga'iu, especially as
Jtutler s retirement because he ehoo,
and uot bectuse he must, would make
hi- disappearance uot a ble-.ing un
mixed. And the new coogre3 need
to be strong for it it to do its wotk
amid the distractions of a presidential
contest. From other parts of the coun
try little is uow heard. In Washing
ton Mr. Cre.-well has resigned, and Mr.
Hale, next friend of Mr. Hlainc s has
taiocccfloJ to him, thus (jiving the quid
tiecn very Wj namely, whether thu
appointment means that Mr. Hlaine is
General Grant's firt choico for the
next presidency and is to have the
patronage, or whether it 'means that the
president wished to propitiate Mr.
Chandler, whose daughter Mr. Halo
married, in order that the father-iu-law
might support him in getting a third
term. Thin question is not yet solved.
In South Carolina they indict more
officials for theft and Moses pardons
them, and now threatens to run again
as a candidate "in order to bo vindic
ated." In Iowa thcro has bcon un
"anti-monopolist" convention, which
was for hard money and which will
probably in any event ho made master
of the state at tho approaching election.
In Indiana and Illinois a black out
look for 'the republicans is reported'
"Mrs. Tilton is a very quiet, modest
little womaa, tho direct revorse uf hur
husband, mid it would not at all sur
prise her family if the eoitreo which
he has pursued from the start in this
business would drive her into tho in
sane asylum. Sho is a sister of tho
former publisher of tho Fvening Post,
Nation aud Independent. Ono version
of tho unhappy affair which has not
yet been mailo publio is that Mrs.
Heecher is a sickly and vory jealous
lady ifud has douo much to help along
theso evil reports. Such is tho society
gossip of thu hour. I cannot bolieo,
howovor, that thcro is any foundation
for it. Evidently we havo not heard
tho last of this business, and people
generally hereabouts feel that it is now
Mr. llccchcr's turn to speak. -Nes-paper
TiiijiikTs much distress and anxiety
among our farmers over the ravages of
tho chinch' bugs. In imny localities
whole fields of tho growiig com is al
ready dcslroycd, and still tho work f
destruction goes on, N only com is
destroyed, but meadows .timothy) are
being damaged, aud in snuc places the
bags spare not tho gardeis hoiins and
all "garden trttclf hcingo.ituii up by
these miserable pest". There is no
doubt but tho corn ep p this county
is already damaged oie-third, and
when it will ond there is io tolling.
' TlllO C'AiKO CITY
( ( ) .M r A .N V
to - p i) ctittuatr-
itiii:. i .i--t
u:vi: oui:n .i
l.l llr... - MB. e,
j-H..'J,.i . n'- W' irhoj
3tAt .i 1..11 Mill-: or
1 li:rt -. . '.-!i
ll .'lll.lp. foot Ol
Most I'onerriil IL.tlii
The wuii L i fol !!!.: with whic h thi
i ouibfnuUon M Minmi.ic m h with
oTIII.lt MK.IIIINO .IMi I'ltAriW: KMUlf
Heals, the Mo-I Ylrnent Sores .mil
I- something akin to ihe uinoloii-,
It is with pride that III I'roprlctor.s eall
ulttiition tothu t;ratiiiiii.- act that
PHYSICIANS I11VK IT TUB HIGHEST
MA!) OF 1'IMSE.
ind u-t- It mi J preti-iibe ;t u their practice
Points to 1)0 Boris in Hind:
r.vitlloMc S.A1.U; itlvely .-m s the
CAIUIOUi-.-AI.W. . alllly alaj- the
puin ut liiirn..
(AltI10I.il -AIA n'l i-utatK'iiu.
AUKUI.U SiAI. l.r. iOVCSpIllpl-llilid
I!!IOJ.IC -AI.XK ll eiiru mu nml
CAJIIIill.H i: rinks at tin head or
nil Miht, uiiitiii' iii -1. ot'ier lleelliiK rmi
hiiiiiiN, an J in- a llli vi:i a oiiK.vi n:
llfcl'll 4TIO.V ANU UH l.llllilU! sai.i:
Uiuii any other mllar piiiiKirallon ol
"'oliljeverywere. rlcu 2S cent'.
JOMI I". UKN'II', Cl.'ltlt AN &CO
I'rop'.., s airU College l'a e, .. V.
NKW ?OHK STOitK,
WH0LK8j!LK AND KKTA1L.
LAUOKlT VAaittTV SI'JOK It TIIX C1TV
OOOLsiGOLD VEUY ULOHK.
lonmr of i,intii'iilli HtrvcCiuiU I'uiu
C O. l'ATIKII
Roll Wood & Go
1130 HI DGK'AVICN'UH
ruuiitatns V.(n Animals. Iron Stairs,
Lamp I'o., stiiblu riUiti&j,
CAST. 'HULiHT& WIRE RAILINGS
Ni:V anillJIItiVKl'DCIIAIItloi theaties,
And a Geiual AHSortnient of Orna
me'ital Iron Work.
KMinntus ar.u do-lKlis entoii n iiilli-utlori,
-1iiiik tin, cift.Koi wort; desired.
M I I rf,
ADMIN ISTIlATOll'8 8AI.K.
Of rent oUtc. My Irtuo of nn order and
deiTce of tlio colinly cniitt of Alexander
count. Illinois, uiadu nutlio petition ol the
Ulitlernlttned, ndiniiiMrator ol the i'tnt
of Alliett It. WhllaKcr, deceased,
fur Iriivo to cll tin1 real culutu
nl ald deccncd, at the lnt
.li'iiuaiy Utiii of said lotirt, to-wlt: nnthi'
Twcuifctli duv of .laiiuarv, A. D, Is'l. I
shall, on SWtuiilay, the twcnty-lltlh l y r
Inly next, between the hoiirof ttli o'elnek
ii III., mid twelve iiYlork III., of .'ihl day,
n at pi'lille side, at the Miiuli-we-leil demr
ol the . on i t Iioiim1, In the i lly ol Cairo, In
-aid roiinn. tin t.iluiwln ite-erlhi'd rent
eMatp llliiilfil In the elt) or Calfo, eotllily
ol Ale.inder. and MaUi of lllinolf, Ici-ull :
Lots numbered nlni teeii, i l!i), twenty i'Mi,
.mil tweiily-oiir c.'l), in block iiimitif red
lorly.ern litis ami lot niniiheied thirl
one i.'lli, in bloek niiiulx red lortx-nlr.e il!l,
n'l In the lirt :id lltloii tu tho city of Calm,
'I'l'l m. nl julo In 1,0 ;l fullow ! ( InOdllltd
eii-ti III 1'iin'i. fti(-llilrlliilhreo iiioiiIIm. nml
one third in ' ,nti, irmn Hie ,y of r.iU'
tho pnr. li.i'i Mo imi,.., ilrawliiu cl
per eulit Inlire-I, Io Hit atetcl l't.-l . p-ix -nii'lit",
ficliri il b tale uinitage upon iC,.
(1i-.iiiii.i: l'lsinn, Adiulil-lrator,
ol Ihc i-tnle ol Albeit It Whit ik r.
dirennd. !l-lkSW.Vw It
1 1 miii. 1st i.
KiW n ationaT;
I!. . Mll,l.i:i:. rre.l.lnM.
.1. M. rilll.l.ll'K. VUv rri'tldrll.
( ll.s. t UNM.MlllA.M, t n-lilei.
COLLKCTlONs I'KOMl'TLV MA DK
Ki ll.Nnr..-ln. bank tiolf and I l.lte.l
;i.it" eeiiiilie bott.'ht and Mild.
Iiiteievl allowed on time ili'pnll
TI Kvvr V X A T I (h AT","
w. p. mt.i.in.w. i'ifidrt:
HIJNin 1.. IIAl.I.lliAV. Vhn l'.lde-t.
.. ll. mas rtiltl), t .lili r;
WAI.TK: IIY.-I.tll', AwMalit fa-hi. r.
HTAITK T 1!. II. Clt.SNIM.tt ill
U. U II m.au Y, . V. lUl.i.imv.
ti. I'. lt4.UMuN, Ml'.l'lim 1(11 : .
A. Ii. SAKsoltll.
Kstttaurr. (din nml CiilKd
I Vimls lluir.'ht nml Mild.
KI'OiIT? nn Iw d am) amcrul o I
1'iwili. i. il. ti.'.
H.NTKKPlllSK SAVINGS HANK.
t iiAi:n;i:i.ii .makcii :ii, im;;.
OITV i" AT ION Ali HANK, 0A1I1O.
V. 'V.'J VYi'reS'lciit;
II. insl.Ol', icerctary and Trc.iuri-r.
I'. M. IIaiui.av, I'lHS.OAMdlir.li,
I'. M. .SlOrKKI.S.TlI, 'M-1. tl. .TIILII,
I!. II. Cr.sM.vriiiAM, II. ll.i.i.ii).iv,
I. M. I'ltll.t.llN.
INTCIIINT paid on deposits at tin- rule
ol .i ., r uulit. per tinuillii, .Maleli Ift i.inl
i pti niln-r ht. Intercut not withdrawn I
.I'l.li d iiriinediaW'ly to the i llit-ljiii of the
di .ii-il-, then !' KlWun t'n in cuinjiouiir!
MAKKIKI) WOMK.VT ANO CltlUlllK.N MAY
mi'osiT Muxtr Asm moonkkw:
UH IlKAW IT.
ipiiiMer) bu.lncM dav Iroui 'J a. iu. toll
p. ii'., and ati..ia)- i-venln lor fallij.4 lie-
1 In onl), I roll i (i tots o'lloil,.
W. in.-I.Ol', T:e:i'iiier.
JACOB WALTER, '
IB TT 3? d IE3CIi3 3rL,
And Dealer In
KnniTii HThKKT, iik.t. Wasiiini.to.v ANI
(JMUKnetAlAvic.iiijoiiiii Hunny .
lieeps the be-t ol Heel, IV I L',. Mutton eal,
lillili, San-uc, tti-,, and In prepared to
oene laiiillleK III 'l aei eptahh: manner.
J AS7 ITONi
And Dealer In
Aid. KINDS OF FliK.SH .MFATS
Wear ('or. Twentieth Htroet and
OA I HO. ILLINOIS
HYLAND &, SAUR
And Dealers in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of every dceiipll'in,
Cor. KHli Htiret and Coniinei-lal AM'iuic,"
.Next door to the ll)lalul Miloou.
DAIS I KIj LA il PHUT
il;h'.h' Hlreet, lintt.ieu Wahlui;toii and
ConiUieri'lul A Mlille, "
I AIHU, II.I.I.NUlf
3 "Vb 'm
Clit'init'aN, l'nti'nt .Mi'ilii'iiir., IN rfuim-fv, Snn, I jn 1 1
Tciiii'tt Arti-li"J, JJnifr.irist's l-'nncv (;hu, Collier Win:
Load and Other (irado, I'ninti, ChLts, Oils, tn i j-1 i -.
Windi.w CJlass, Wax Flowor Material, Ti bo Coloiv,
Slull's, I0tc, l-:tc, Kto.
We Solirit eorretpoiidence ami (ir.len. Irom )rutn;ll, I'lij-ii-iatHi unrt (1( nml -Inn
In want of (ioodi in our l.iim. Mc.iliitioat, l'htilatiiin and Kmuilr .Mcdlvliio i'h-i'. I in-i-hed
or lietlllud with lit llulile lru nt IteaMHialili- ltatH
WHOLKSALE 5c It ETA I L, KF.TAIL & I'RK'CHIITION.
71 Ohio I.eiic. Vii.hlMKtuti Aic. tor. 1,'iMtli M.
T. J. KERTH,
-u. ' r--or
BEERWART, ORTH & CO.,
In ik r i i
sa-o V ZEDS.
Hollow Wfiro tic
.Mai.'jfjcttinr and .lobU i i..
TIX, SI5KI.T IKON nml Ctll'l'i:ilS A K!
I'uiup-. I.inl fMtf, , , i ,,. ,, ,
W..trl '..Jvi'. Wli.- ( In 1 1, ;. r . .
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Guttering suit! Job Work
.MADK A SrunALITi'.
Atrrnt lor Ihc
Garry Iron Roofing Co,,
'I he hel lion IIuoIIiik In th- il.itl.it.
Older-from Ahmad u,.i I! w i,o,i
AM uoiK done Willi Dn.pal.ii ni .1 .
ted to rlvo latlnfaetiiiu
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
No. 7(1 Ohio Lou'C, CAIHO, ILLS
JSrSpcelal attention given to conMxn.
ucnU and lllllni; ordem. 1 1 -- tt
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
JSTo. XIO Ohio Iiovoo
WILLIAM. H. SMITH, W, D.
ItliHIDliLCK-No.'JI, Thlrteanlli htreot
'jutwe.u WaHhilon avcuiH) nn-l AVfiluil
Iruct. Illllee I'M Cniiiiiieri'.ial avenue, up
"J o-ni-tr. ' J ' j
I'lINT HI) 01
'Io.' , , l tl,. I , re I
And all Mud. uf W.ehworfc dune al
ii hi: i.iipt it v
A l'n i Mik'K .if
wtrc.Mw. oiocjis, .ii'AVi:i,i:tt,
M'LTT.ULLS, TOOLS AMI
.MAT i ItlAl.S,
kJJ'.-'oli' ii' fur the .-I. Iir.itoil Kail
.illiuiei-jii .ii .it. uc.
So. l. I, Ahlll.M.IIIN A I Nl C,
FINE M 1 L LINE 11 Y (MODS
rillMl M'HI.Ml l()UI)N
.M H S . M . J A U K SUN ,
(formerly Mrn, Swandew,)
iniioniiens that Hho hi junt; opeuod a Lug
aioortiueiil ol tliu Jf
MIlMnnry (looih totio foumt in tho market
iliu v;lll Keep on hand
Hath, Honwbt, Klovkiis, Hiiiiionh,
)iK3'''''tvMiNtm oy am. Kinum,
Lauds Ton fiHiiiNti Oooim, Notionh,
CoiXAllo, UtUlVHHMiKVKIf, HtFKH,
And all gondii futitul ill nillliliery Htore, all
ol which bo dlipoxuil ol at thu lowest
caidi prico, .Mih, .lael.Miii reipecllully
atkMn eoiitliiuatlou ot thojaomiKO which
Imi hcen nt lil lally IhuH il upon her hv
tlin Iniluik ot Cairn and tHe.lmtv.
WOOIiOTT'ri PAIN PAINT
Cua nil UUuU ol palur. Tor talo hy
FINN AND MET2
3iu iwiiIh lor AleMindtr, l'ul-ikkl, Union
v il .Ma--ae COUIltU'8, 0l-0-ll-2lu