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8ATUKDAY, AUGUST 8, 1871.
OGlelnl Pnrof IhnOUr nn it ConiHy
lOflH n. QURIILY. lMltnt miiI Ppbllbor
TKUM9 OKTHK UAlht UDLLBXIH
One week, by carrlor 9 V
One yuarby arrier, in advance 10 00
Una year by curler 11 not piid In
ad.afee i2 no
tme month,' by mall 100
faro a months 8 (u
eixnoeUi,.,.. 6 Vi
Ono year.,.. 10 no
TXJIMS Or WKKKLV tlULLRTIX.
Ono Year ?1 00
Six Jlonthi,, , r
Three Month to
Invariably In Advance.
HmmIIdK mntlrr mi rcrr finite.
TUMBLING HADICALIS.M !
Tbo house that Lincoln built iu
1SG0 is tumbling down 1
From every quarter come the new
ot Radical defeats ; Vroru Councc ticut
New Haraptbirc, 'cw York, Ohio
Indians, Missouri, 'Wisconsin, Iowa,
Kaciu, California, Oregon, soaetirac
arj, lately frasa JarlaaM ; idJ d-
fra f i.'irpi, Tc-zenc-c aavl Sctth j
It, I jrl-flvtrc. M!iMK.4fpi. tkehwuK! j
rrrou ticket tbcMUi-Kadjcal uektt
via olonteS i.be otliM civ tiy
Bii.jnr.irj-
In TunncfiHi't tbr okMa6ii
till- HIITL 3tiHt., rcaWf! It
i t:oimorvutve tn uum-Mitti'
cut rjiaorr. 2jj UttuqAA iht Cm
Hiirixiitcii rvivl -tiinilinr KiAKrc
ihf n
li: Ktcil CLrIisi a lie iiiib,
XUuet-iia vtt Stts, iz xkt Cos
wmtsTO re sp. Tht Hutt bu beea
cutsi r x htsfitmt aiSortty, d j
tit CiKninrti Lave sixde a gain
rro ectrrtiista !
of
Tie ilt ii cist Radicalism
rented the tui of its tether.
has
Moclto.v will spvak to-night and
tell all he knows about it.
OCR neighbor of the Mound City
Journal objects to the Call Platform,
and denounces it as not Democratic.
Our neighbor of the Mound City Jour
nal applauds Judge Green as ono of
the sterling Democrats of Southern
Illinois. Judge Cirecn wrote the Call
Platform. The Journal is a little in
consistent.
S.vivelv, of the C'arJiuville Kiifjui
rer, calls cx-(ovcrnor Palmer nu old
Bcoundrel and reprobate. This abuse
is scandalous. Governor Palmer is au
honest man, and has been more truly
Democratio than a great majority of
the people who have boaelcd for years
of their Democracy. Heeauco Gov
ernor Palmer is the lawyer who has in
charge the interests of the Macoupin
county bondholders lie in thus abused
by a Macoupin county editor; but
such detraction will uot take from hi in
the high respect of all who know him
personally.
A REFORM KRS 15RIUK.
The Farmer'a party, otherwise called
the Independent Reform party, detest
and very properly, too the habit
which has obtaiued iu this countrv ol
railroad companies giving to members
of congress and the legislaturei- free
passes. The leading farmer nay thi
habit has a tcudcuey to corrupt tin;
legulators and mak them too kiud to
the corporations that tdiow to them
this favor.
Upon this poiut tho farmers nre
very tenacious, and not long since they
demanded the passage of a law prohi
biting editors, as well a other per
bous, from receiving railroad passes.
This was all very well. It proved that
the Farmera who were thu mont active
iu the agricultural political movement,
wore pure meu, who would not do any
thing wrong aud would even keep
themselves above all temptation to
wander from tho straight path of duty.
Wo applauded tho anti-pans policy of
the Granger?.
Hut how is this?
Iu tho udjoiuiug congressional dis
trict the Nineteenth where the
Farmer' party beems to have great vi
tality, there lives a gentleman by the
name of Gen. Andersou-u renutabh,
gentleman of some parts, and ouo of
me uoHgcnul of oocial companions.
The General is one of tho loaders ol
tho Farmers' movement. He managed
tho Farmers. State convention, from
the womb of which was delivered thu
seven months' tho premature -infant
now known as tho Independent Reform
party. Indeed, we mav say tho General
-cted as jnidwifu at tho birth of this
iufant, and has since bceu 'its wet
nurse. Tho first cry of the infant was ;
llT.at tie. nfll art CAiib 41.,.
.v. jjv u.uvu w iuu ruati ; no
passes." Aud tho General alTcution
ally applauded tho utterance of t)lti
precocious baby I
But, mark you, with tho infant in
his arm, crying the watchword of re
form, the (..cncral began very Industri
ouly to cek the otHcb or representa
tive in congress to seek it in tcason
and out of season In wranjrlc about it
in tho old manner of tbo old parties.
And ho has dono more.
A few djyn ago, a convention ol Indc-
I'Ciidc lit Kofnrnierii met in Jeffcrron
county to appoint delegates to the In
dependent .Reformers congressional
nominating convention. Tho General
was nnsiotis to have Ilierc delegate in
atructed to tu for him, and con
eluded to he kind to the Reformers of
Jcflcrson. Ho therefore authorized n
friend of hi to inform tho convention
that ho had procured a oar at 'his own
expense to carry the dclee,atej loand
from Carmi, the place at which the
nominating convention u to bo hold.
He proposed to givo them all frco
pa.scs if they would vote for him 1
And the proposition was net rejected j
Honest and conscientious Independent
Reformers.!
A N'KW PARTY.
The problem lias Leon solved. We
are to have a new party in Illinois a
Vigorous, combative, invincible party !
Dciore thn meclinL' of the State
Ioratic CwiuiUw. m.uy l)cm0.
craw -aid rher would williDfr-a'andon
- i
! the rtaniocritic organiiatiou if there
j wis a better orginitatien iuto which
&J cotsld cater, bat they eotild find
no jneti orrinumon in the Mate, and ,
ive how?ch a
. . '
j pi.rtj fonld Wfcroncht existecc. i J,ut ' B
j Tbe eM f tfc caratte ha made j Young ladies subject to nervous de
er, ti viv eletr Uwcht the people 1 bility in summer ought to beware of
vhkt tluu.' ut is5 hi aide ib
xiJoiiJr tt:tit"j the orcstiititian of a
w?w jJiity.
PiMJoare sgcregition of persons
Tartar ia view certain common pur
joHii. Uf late 5iv?,tbe political organ
t:ien f tb country have uot teou
parties ia this ;ente. The organization
cUed Democratic ha; had in it manv
raen who were advocates of hard i
money, and many men who were advo
cates of soft money : mauy men who
advocated protection, and many men
who were advocates of a tariff for rev
enue; many men who opposed
all riuhts for all, and many I
men who advocate all rights for
all. The organization was not there-
v a aggregation of citizens having
in view certain common purposes it
was not, in the true sense of the word,
a jxirly.
Rut the Call has made possible an
aggregation of citizens, acting within
the Democratic organization, ltaviu;; in
view ecrtaiu common purposes has
made possible a party a party
tho purposes of which will be the
riuriio.-es of the narty of which Joffer-
son, Madison and .Jackson were at one
time leaders the Democratic parly
resurrected tho New Democratic
party.
How has the Call made this possi
ble? Iu this way. Democrats, Lib
erals and other opponents of the Rad
ical parly, havintr iu view certain pur
poses, arc kbked to meet iu convention.
Other citizeus have no right in that
convention. They ure not invited
They sdiould remain away. If thoy do,
then tho peoplu of thu State having iu
view the Call puipo-cs will meet, aud
they will be, iu the aggregate, a party
Rut if citizeus, not iu sympathy with
the purposes of the Call, get posses
sion of the convention, aud avow
purpose hostile to tho purpojos
aroed by tho Democratic State Cen
tral Committee, what then? A grand
rumpus a break up another conven
tion iu which thu citizens who have iu
view the purpoei uf the Call will meet
aud a''"re"ate themselves in a mrtv.
So, however the Rattle of tho Call
may result iu other respects, it must,
as a matter of course, result in aggreg
ating the citizens who have in view tho
purposes of the Call into a party. And
this is to he desired, m'uco there has
been in opposition to the Republican
party for years no real party only a
political rabble without any comiuou
purpoiu iu uew, except the desire to
get to the llosh pots of olllce. A jxtrty
opposing Radicalism will put down that
malign power; a party will bo called
into existence in llliuois ou thu 2(ith
inst.
Comings on His Travels.
Communication from Brother
Alfred.
JIliO. Oiikki.v :AecorJing to long an
tlclptttluii nd dinrt propirttion,! hoarded
thn 't-.'Jv train, on ijundny ufturnoon, tor
a trip to my nativity in Now llainpsluru .
and nt 1 agrued, will Jot down a low
Itunu lor your roadurf,
Thi. fruit which enmu on to the uiprnn
cur ihowod thut tho crop was abundant
in thu loulpurn portion of thoStAte, hut
the rcAroity of monuy in Jhlei;o, where
moitol It too, will prevent tuo grower
from nmlizlnn unythlnK liko h fair price.
Prom OnrhPiuHl,., ,,0 llnti wthln
forty inilci of CIjIckku the corn crop will
he abundttiit, but at otbor points it lias
bien tco dry.
AtCblci-coj I met Hoi. Him'.h Huuell
(10 well hnd fvorahly known to Jiro
people,) who ti on hit way to Jtckson.
Mlth., to vltit tho llorger family, who
II vo (hero,, and wllli whom ho was con
nocto'd for.a lon time, nflcrl which ho
goos to Now Yoik to fulfill an engage
mont nt tho Ctli A venuo Theilre.
I nleo mot Prof Kirk of Chicago, who
lo tucrciifully atiltlfll Unfit. 'Wliito fu
conducting tlio tcachcrt' InUiloto two
your ogo, on lit- way ti Detroit lo attend
tho National Teahera'a AMociatl"ti, l-j
i-omimnrn there on tlf l:li,
rrom Clikflg" etui though JIicli , tho
croj 1'ick q.utu promlilng. Tho
corn grown lioru would nilouiab toinn
oi'your roadot, not on nccounl ol tho
bight II ultulur, hut on Hi" ruiitrnry I o'
being as high na tlio fenctii. I liollcu
that as h general thirty, Ilia td.ol; li
fenced in, and tho crop taft-oot-il.lc
I l.aro met thn very t.pjt kind of con
cfucton o far, ficcJmiiirUttng to nil.
Phclpl and Cormick, who nil know, cf tho
I. C. H. K, and Slic'dlng. of tha M'. C.
U. P..
Tlili bm been wn'.Un while riding it',
the rale of 00 nilli'J an hour and 1 will
mail it to yu from this place. Wo aro
just approaching A.in Arbor.
Uvifieut to all, A. CouiSQj.
In Iceland they have no titles uot
cveu tho plain "Mr.' or 1 Mrs." A
man is simply siguatd, or whatever
che lus name w, and lus wile or
dajirhlcr is lii'-ebord.
That was n strictly proper remark
that a young lady made rcceutly
yhil-.t j.rti..K from her 'over in hot
a V - '
thrt lAt-iit tiiw lli writ... nnd (pur
not.
Circumstance alter case. For iu
stince, when a Virginian arose iu
.1. -.1. f . I A.A'J li ..... I A.i
au-- '"' ... in."
Jolhrim for the old ho behind the
takinc too much exerce. 1 hey
should, s much as possible, lie (uietly
upi'U the sofa and sutTcr their mothers
to fan them.
Au Illinois paer puts it in this
manner: ".Mr. ,who has been in re
tirement for a fow weeks, after marry
ing and burying three sisters, catue up
smilingly to tbo altar again yestcsday,
having beguti ou a new family."
New York "amius steal the hats foff
l',e heads of the passengers riding in
the horse cars. They put their hand
through tec open window, seize a hat,
and before the car cau be stopped,
have disappeared round some conven
ient comer.
Moutot Vesuvius is to have a rail
road to the top costing S 1,000,011(1.
The upper nation will bo regar
ded by a pent hou'e, so as to protect
it in cabe ot eruption, and the liue is
to be constructed in such n way that
the utmost danger to be apprehended
is the loss of a few hundred feet of
rails.
A letter from the camp of the Jap
anese expedition agaiiiEt Formosa says:
1 here ate two American olhcers here,
Comuiodoro VJusscll ond Colonel "Was
tou. Such, at least, is the rank they
bear while serviug tho Japanese. They
seem to have had hitherto, in au iinoiu
! cial way, the genoral direction of the
' expedition.
Perkins, ot tho Cincinnati Times,
wants VnK-ar put in the next regatta,
because Vassar reasons that all fowls
should be male ones. Perkins, in his
passionate moods, is a bold, bad man
As for us, so pure is our regard for tho
assar girls that we pray there may
never be au o er-weening puss anion
them. Let them rudder excel as they
are-
One of the Athol (Mass.) school
ma ams, says the local paper, adopts a
novel mode of punishment. Offenders
of either sex, and ullages, are com
pelled to lio down flat ou tho floor, face
downward, with arms stretched out at
rij'htaugcls to the body. The victims
are uot allowed to glancu sideways
even for a moment, aud "noising" the
tloor forms their only occupation. Aud
this school is one of tho best managed
in the wuolu town, it aud.
ILLINOIS FAIRS.
STATK PAIR, I'KOUIA, SRPTKMHKR
1 -!..
COUNTY AND 1USTIIKT.
Iluone, lielvideie, Aug. 2."i-23.
Rrottii, Mt. tteiliug, trept. 22-25.
Rurcau, Princeton, J:ept. 8-11.
Carroll, Mt. Carroll, tept. 1-1.
Cas, Virginia, Sept. 1--I.
Champaign, Champaign, h'ept. 8-10,
Clav County Fair, LuuLvillu, fc'ept. M
19. Clay District Fair, Flora, Sept. 29.,
Oct. I.
Coles, Charleston, Sept. 10-1!).
Crawford, Robinson, Sept. 2!)-Oct. 2.
Cumborlaird, Majority Point, Kept. 21!
2(i. DeKalb, Kandwich, hept. 22-25.
DeKalb, Sycamore, Hopt. 20-Oct. 2.
DoWitt County Fair, Clinton, .Sept.
2S-11.
DoWitt District Fair, Parmer City,
Aug. 25-28.
Douglas, Tuscola, fc'ept. 15-18.
DuPago. Wheatou, Aug. Ill -.Sept. 2.
Kdgar, Paris, Sept. 8-12.
Kdwards, Albion, Supt. 22-21.
P.iriiigham, Ffliiighaui, Out. (-0,
Fayette, Var.dalia, Sept. 2.'J-2f).
Ford County Fair, Paxton, Sept. 20
Oct. 2.
Ford Disirict Fair, UibsonClty, Sept.
1-I.
Franklin, Rcnton, Sept. 20-Oct. !.
Fulton District Fair, Avon, Sept. 8-11.
(JiilIatiii,Shawucetowii, Sept. 2!i-Oct. !!.
(irecno, Currollton, Sept. 211 Out. 2.
Henderson, Higgsvillo, Sejit. 20 Oct. 2.
Henry, Oambridgo, Aug. 24-28.
Iroquois County Fair, Onarjt'u, Sept. 20
Oct. 2.
Iromiois District Fair, 'Watseka, Sept.
8-12.
.lasper, Nowton, Sept. IlO-Oct. 2.
.loll'erson, Mt. Vernon, Sept. 22-25.
.Jersey, .lersoyvillo, Oct. Kl-KI.
.lo Daviess County Fair, (laleua, Sept.
29 Oct. 2.
Jo Daviess Distriut Fair, Warren, Sept.
22-"5 'j
Kendall, Rristol, Sept. 1-1.
LaSallo, Ottawa, Sept. 8-11.
Lawrence, Lawrencovillo, Oct. I'd.
I.ee, Dixon, fcpt. 1 !.
Jiiviugstou, I'ontiao, Sept. 'J2 Itf.
liogan Oouuty Fair, Liucoln, Sept. 7
Logan District. Fair, Atlanta, f-ept.
1 ft.
Macon, Decatur, Sept. Li.
Macoupin, Carlinvillc, Sept. 21 25.
Madison, lvlwardsvillc. Sept. 2 Oct. 2.
Marion County Fair, iJalcm, Sept. 15s
1.
Marshall District Fair, Wenona, Sept.,
28-Oct. 2.
Mason, Decatur, Sept. 2U-Oot. 2.
MeDoiitjugh, Maeoinit, Sept. 16..
Mc Henry, Woodstock, Kept. 22 25.
Mcfjei.li, lllooiiiington, Sejit. S-ll
Menard, l'elcisbutg, Sept. S-U
Mercer, ALJn. Sept. I9-Oct2.
Montgomery District Fair, Litchfield,
?cpt. 20-Oct. 2.
Morgan, Jacksonville, Sept. 8-11.
jMoultri.-, Sullivan, Sept. 2! Oct. 2.
Ogle, Oregon, Sept. t 1 1.
Ferry District Fair, Dutjitoin, Oct.
19-28.
Piatt, Monticello, Sept. 10 13.
Dike, rittslield, Sept. 8.11.
Tope, Golconda, Oct. 8 11.
Putnam, Hennepin, Sept. 22 21.
Rock Llattd.P.ock Island, Sept 1-1.
Sangamon. Spriugfield, Supt. 21 21.
Schuyler, Rushville, Sept. 2!) Oct. 2.
Shelby, Shclbyvillc, Sept. 1 t.
Stark, Toulon, Sept. i2 2.'i.
St. Ulair, Belleville, Sept. 8.11.
Stephenson, IVecport, b'ept. 7-9.
I'nion, Jonesboro, Supt. 15 IS.
Vermilion County Fair, Catliu, Sept.
S 11.
Vermillion District Fair, Sept. 22 21.
Wabash, Jit. Carmel, Sept 2S Oct. 2.
Warren, Monmouth, Sept. 22 25.
ayue, 1-airfield, fcept. 1; 18.
Mateside County rair. fcterheg, Uig.
2 2S.
Whiteside District Fair. Morrinon,
Sept. S 11.
Will, Joliet, Sept. S 11.
Williamson, Marion, Oct. (5 !.
Winnsbago, Rockford, Sept. 1 li.
Woodford, Mctainora, .Nipt. 2 -I.
HANKS
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
OF CAIRO
It V. .MII.I.KI!, l're.ldont,
j. m. rim. i. ip. .- Pn-idini,
C II As-. LUN.NIMiUAJI, Vhler.
COLLECTIONS i'KOMl'TI.V MADB
K.;lI.N(ii:.i'oin.haiik iiil-M id Ihillnl
.State -iciirltli-i lioii.ij'lit mill -old.
Interest nllourd on time drpoOtn.
THE CITY NATIONAL
ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL,
euio;noo'
dmcitus.
W. P. IIAM.IDAY. President; -lli:.S'i:V
I.. U.i.1.II)AY, Vl.-e Pruldi-t.
A. II. sj.UTultl), Ladder;
WAl.TKIt II VSI.OP, Ait.int Ca-hlf-r.
MIIKCTOKS.
ST.IA IS TAVMill, It. H. t'U.N.MMillill
II. I.. ll.tl.l.lllAV, W. I'. llAl.l.lllAV.
(1. II. II.I.UMMlN, S'lKI'llh.N lllllll,
A. li. .SAKfOltl).
I.M'liance, Coin mid Culled States
lloiiil Uought ami idd.
DEPOSITS rcrrlW'd.und ai;tiieial li.iiij.liig
liiilliu done.
KNTKIU'RISK SAVINGS RANK.
CII.VRTI.ItKI) .MAItCil ill, lSllt).
CITY NATION A 1. HANK, OAIUO.
omcKits :
A.II.SAProitl), Picldciit ;
m S. TAYI.OU, Vli-i-l'iviliiiit;
II. II Yal.OP, feeurelar) u'ld Tri'ai'liier.
iui;.(.Tj1;s ;
P. I. IIAUCI.AV, 'IUS.(i.U.tfillKI(,
I . M. SlOOKKI.K'lll, Pan. (1. SCIII'II,
It. II. O.NMNIIIKM, II I,. O.I.UlAV,
.1. .M. PlIII.I.IIS.
I.STI.'ltlCS'l' paid on dupoilt at the r.ito
ot ix pi'rrfiit. ht Hiiiimn, .Maicli li-t and
M'liti-uilii.T 11. Inteivi-i nut ullliilrawn I
added luiniculalcly to tin- principal of thn
ilepimt, thiTi liy gllii: Ihilii compound
intere-t.
UAUItlKII WdUKN ANIJ Cllll.IlltK.S MAV
IlKI'Ooir MOMKV AND No O.NK Ei.t-K
CAN llKAW IT.
Open cjrry IhlIiicm duv from a. m. to IS
p. in., and Sjti,.day i i ninrt lor calni;i' de-
pO-lt DUl), ij tlS oYlocl,.
W. IIV.S,OP,Tieaiiurer.
WALL 8l ENT,
.Maimraiiurfr and Deslcrsln
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH,
CAIFIOJLLS.
popjjak.oak, uvpuuh, Asn, ohm
AND COTTON WOOD, SUK
PAOKI) IjUMDKK.
DHKSSKl) PINK, AbH AND POP
LAR FLOORING, OKILNO AND
MIDI NO.
rarontoc at h.iw iiilll on corner of
uS!?1 ..lrea a1"1 Ull" "'ve
lOKj-it-lt
NKW YORK STOitK,
WHOLK8ALK AND RKTA1L.
LUtamr vaeutv iTooit i run virt
OOODH SOLD VKUY OLOHK.
turner uf MluntxtiiitU mrticl hhiI iVutu
merclt! AtmiM
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llisl pre ii n re himself to meet the re
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must lot every possible or prnhnhle
customer Lnow that he In so prepared.
In n very small place lummy Till. I. nil
thn people what he can do. In a large
village h printed Imndlilll, poster or
circular, properly dKtrlliutrd, will ho
cfl.cnclotto, hut WHOKVKR IS IN A
i'IjApi. i.aki.i: KNormi to sup-
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FINE MlLLINliK i t .( .
KltKiSHSPItlNO (1001)3.
M 11 S . M . JACKS O N.
(formerly Urn. tiwii.1cm.)
Aiinouncesitliat sho ban jutt opcneil a large
tuoriujiiiii oi in.
NKWKST,
.Vtoar PAHIUONAd.
AND HANDSOM .
Mll'lnery Goods to Tjo ' un . n tlio uiai
Slio will keen on hitnu
Hats, Honhhts, Plowbu , Kiiumx.
UltK.HH TlllMMlWlrt OK ALt. KINDS,
Laiiikh FuHNisuiNO Goons, Notion
COLI.AKS, UNUKtUL,ISVKS, KUKKH,
And all Koodn found In millinery lcron,
ot which will ho dUponod ol rt thn low
cahli prleoi, Sirs. Jackson rcspodiuli
Mkua continuation of tho pataonah'o wi.'c.
bits been ho liberally bcntnowod upon her i
the ladles of Cairo and tho vlclmtr.
lis ii un it in
Ceiuritate; St.
CJIIC.UIO.
The moit Jitnowntd Sjxelalltt A A'jt, In V
trtaUntntofPUIVATS, UUHfiXW and Vih
XMIY DISEASES, BEMIXAL WEAKXES...
iUt itJallWtwlr luJljcrvtLuna ornlttr u..j, puuclui
M'.nvuva.vtas.rnii'Lua ox thu vaci., ivriimnNTO
bociirr, turiirio siuiit, i.osa of ukuouv id
tiAhuooo real. cktlv ccmn. tiir cukiu or.
m writ. tiTKiATiae. iiK.o.itj uaciu.i .o(i..inu
opUlQlaf vban- Bkrrtwaj lurf, vb7. lb liwOluuDU
WaurrUio, Itelr aAliir. hum tad cure. lrU W Muti,
rnl I d a .UIa w1t4 cqti lope. Ladlii rvulrlo( ivrf leal ail,
84141 aitcLikun or l4vlc b tUcr 14rcii lb Juti.r.
lbriM LTgvMrJ wlia rlrU atrnuroli, tuarJ, atua4
CuiMUuuutal. KuUirtwlitaUU.
' Vf HOLKSALIJ
Ml W
BARCLiAY
Jobbers and
PURE
Clieinicals, Patent Medicines,
'J'oilott Artiek-jj, J)rupgi8t's
Lend atui tjiiier irrndos, 1'aints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window (Masts, 'ax l-'lower Material, Tfbe Colora, Dye
Stiills, Kte., lOtc, I-:te.
We Solli'lt rorri'Diiondriiee and order4 Irnin llriivulaln. l'l.v.lrlnnii nhil fljfipral mnrm
in want of liood in our l.ltic. riti-amlioat,
nun ur liriiiii'u nun i.iii.ihiu uruK at iiva
v n .vsAi.r. x.
RETAIL,
71
Ohio l.orcp.
CAIRO
SSSL.
$, Srr2l . .v
;v.
T. J. KERTH,
kmi'or in
BEERWART. ORTH &. CO.,
I c ih r pi
STOVES,
HOLLOW WARK&0-,
.Manulactijrer und Jnbl er of
TIN, H11KKT I HON and COPPKR
WAltH. Pinups llird (J.i!c, lc (.'team I'lozir
ValerCooler-..Vlrc Oloth for d
dow rroi n,.lapaiiei W-irP,
i:te., i:tc.
TIN ROOFING
(.ultcring and -Job Work
MAlHi A RIM.CIAI.ITT. 1
Ai-ent lor tho
Garry Iron Roofing Co.,
'I he I.e. 1 Iron Homing In tho .Market.
Order" from Abroad will Krrelve Prompt
Attention.
All woik doiii.' iMth DlHpateh mid Wiiiran
ted to kI.u Satltifaetion.
COFFINS,
AT WJI.CO.WS I1I.OCK lOlt il.WI
I.VlWI-tf
l.ltVYKItrS.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEYS: CUUNSEI-OR AT LAW
CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
Otnii'o Over I'list national Haul;. a-lS-Sin
.lohu 11. Jlulkcy. William 0. Mulkcy.
MULKEY & SON,
TTOHNBYS AT LAW
OUifij; 1, jui. i stivol, between Coinnier
cluliii.,1 .'.i.i).iiJion uv.'inuif. Wl-tr.
GREF.i-i i J3ILBEFJ.T,
. ' ..I.KVS
' AT LAW,
v!i'i.!i .1 CAIUO,IW.S.
M.ii'iil .H . I
rjT.Sri'c 0 ti trillion given to Admiralty
and Htr.iint r.at Ijiik-Ioi j-x.
Olllce ! Ohio l.evee, ltonuih 7 and 8 no
City National Haul:.
Bf-mma ; w n , , , ',',., ', I
AND RKTAIL
111! Mil
BROTHERS
Retailers of
DRUGS,
Pcrfninpry, Soaps, IJrnshea,
Fancy CJoodrf, Collier "Whito
Plunttlloii uiid Family Medicine caaea turn-
- o nnuiu liaiei-
IlKTAIL & I'ltESCKIl'TlONi
WiiHlituitlon Air. ror. Pliriilli St.
notici:.
Min: ok Ii.MxoiH, )
Coi s r v of At.KxaxnKit. i
t ss.
In tlic Clri'iilt Court of Alexander romity,
iptciiilitr term, A.I). I7I.
llenjainin Southard
i M.iiiuriK liirlnK Company. Klllali
' . Morxan. Ivld 11. itor'ui. Jlia.r !
I '.ir i-on. Wllfn il Kaini ". .Iinn i II. l)an. ki,
M:i.itxi.i)QrNiid IMwIti Par. oin. TruMw
oftlic t aim City Property Companv, Prniil.
Iln L. Parker, ,luuu' Kill-. ll.i lie ( '. Kaiiie,
M ilililliK Slav IU Id uiid William It. Hrovwi,
'lirni or M. MajlUld anil Co., and Wllltaut
loirr.
I'.'lltlon lor Mei haiilc'n Men.
Allldawtot the iioii-rifldciiueof KHJah V.
Morgan, .lanii II. Ili-an, l.'dwln i'ar-nii-,
I'raiikllii I.. Parker, .Imiicn Kill., ilaiinint?
.Mnjlield and William Storcr, above namad
.Ii f. nil inti'. Iia.lni; been lllcil in olllre of the
lelk of Mid roliri, nolleo l tlirrelor hurebv
alvfii to foil the "aid Klljah V. Morgan,
.tumexll. I 'ran. Kdln l'r.on, Kraiiklln L.
Parker, .t.iim- Kill., .MaiinfiiK JlayllelJ and
Willl.iiii M.in r, Hut the eoiiiplalnaiit tiled
l,i- petiimn Inr a iiiechauic' lien la
tild cm 1 1 mi the third day ol .tune, A. U.
IKt, ami th.it ihemipoii .1 Miinnion. Ic.nrU
out ot .ud 1 .nut returnable in itie tirt ill. 11
.l.ij in thu month ol ttcpteinber neit a U
11 Hired b law.
'uw, unle )ou -hall pcrkoualiy be and
appear before ald court ou the llrt dav o
tint m xt ("'epiernberl term thereol to bo
.i.lli 11 tn t lie 1 it) ol Cairo In vild t'oiintr on
the lir-t .Mnmlay in September net, and
f.Uu.l. :inwer, ur dilinir lo the pelitlon 11
eiJlliilailiaiit, Hie aine and the lliattvl and
thlli)!" thi ri III eharjjed and Mated Will be
(aki n a C'llfecil and a thrice riiteieil
a'ilntt ou ai l ordini; to Hie prayer of -aid
pi'tliinii. r. It. ?. Vim t M.
.r.oni.i. 1- isiiKlt. 1 . ,. 1 lerk
-. P. W 111 I I -r. , u,'
Cwro, 1 11 . , .I11111 lltb. 1S7I
"(VJtwIt
SCOVILLS
i un
All ciilAOeoui eruptioiii ou the faro or
body indicato
AN IMrmtK CONDITION OF
THK lil.UOD,
and tin may. or may not be pciioiti. : but
in nllii i imm! tint ill-raf Ih nothluK uioiu
th ill nil I.Nstnioi . 1'OIHOX that
iiUK.vs iiiKi: a TPitKiiu.i: riiti:,
an ll eoiirre- IIii.iiij:Ii thn wiii'ir-owlne; revil
ol death i li i CT) pllUatioli.
in -Iim eoiidlllou ol tiling aninethlliir I
Id . ded at oiii c to iIi .iIim' the b'ood ninl
SCOVILL'S I.LOOI) AND
LIVER SYRUP
will poilllvely elleet this dealderaliiiii, ex
pi lllli0- everx tlaee nl' ill-race Irolii Hie liluilu
and i).leiii, ami leaving the klli
.SOFT, FA III A.NMJ 11KAUTIFLL.
linn. Iu. N of certillcato iltent it allle
Pi he l per bottle.
JOHN F. IIKNIIY, CUlUtAX.tCO.,
I'rnpriclora,
K and ll (JoUcko IMaco, Now York,
ALSO I'KOl'IUKTOHSOF
Ilaira It ilsiun for the l.un, Oarbolle Salve,
IMiljN Carbolic Trachea, 0.ygen
ated lllttetH for l)jpepjla.
Dr. JIotiM.lverl'illa
Dr. Itojier' YiKctablu Worm
srup. Dr. lUniietl.H .sure Deutli to
Itatk, .Miee, ami Yei'inin, ltut"la llulrDyc,
i:te,, i:tc, i:te.
VOU SAJjl-; JIY" ALL J)HUU(JlSTa.
ny-7-ao-it-w,
Eobt. Wood & Oo
liaGItlUUHIAA'IiNUK
PIULADELAIIIA, PENN.,
I'oiintiiliiH, Yiimck, Anlninlri. IioiiSIuIih,
Lump Post, Studio FlttlugJ,
Vtro WorkH.
3AST, WU0UGHT'& WlltE RAILINGS
NEW and IMKOVKPDOIIAIKfbrtheatre",
Concert and Lecture Halls.
And a General AsHortniont of Orna
mental Iron Work.
Kti up n n 1 d)il(im lent in pp test
i it ii t i n chii ot svirlc leiire I.
II I ll-aid il
nil.

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