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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY,
MiiriiiifN it I'nlry Tli-.
Clnclnnittl Oncllit'ii Ml(oriHl.
(Icncrnl Slifrrnan' liruwiriia.csn fairy
tale. If irutlifitlly tolil, not that of Alad
din would "win mom wonderful, IMncud
at the Ix-clnnln'' of Ilic war In vommmid
of the forros In Kentucky, his actions,
talk and uillltarj' ortleM Ixicnmc ho ex
cited niul itranxv, and Ills exntrnratloin
of the eiii'iny's lorces no wild, that It wiu
tnoiiKiii tne oxt'iioniont nan imoaiainwi
his mind. Me wai then placed In chartro
of the organization of troops In camp.
Vet lio tnriM-d up in compicio cnare i
thedl8poltlonsofthe army which took
D.isf at I'ltisnurj; i.uiiiimi hi anniinu
Corinth. There, on ground ot hU own
chooMiitf, and which was mluilralily
adapted lor ilelciiie, nn icu ine pans m
Ills army separate by wide diitaums,
without disposition to rellaluiuK; Willi-
rut provldhiK the ordinary means lo no
tify til in of a near enciiiv : rtluMnir to
crttllt the xl'iis which convinced all t lit
subordinate conunaniler-' that an attack
was threatened, ami ho permitted hliii'dl
to lo nirprliietl and his army faerlllced
when conimou-eiie encraUhlp would
have insured the enemy' repulte.
Vet this (iiMstor 01 ins own conirmnj:
was w onderfully turned to a reason for
promoting him as the Kivlor of the nrmy
lie had facrlllced. The various and con
lllctlnir aecouuts ( ien. .Sherman has given
of that battle : the tllllerent uml Mrange
reasons he has given for his loo'e dispo
sition and his Hurprl-c; his imputations
on other ottlccpi, his dl'paragemeiit ol
his troop-, mid his free charges il cow
ardice upon them to cover his own blun
ders, gle a 'triklng example of ills Irra
tionality and uutruihfulnctP.
The same latallty In generalship and
the' am( luck hi honor. followed him.
At Chlcl,a-aw llhilf be sent a Hue army
to the i-luughter hi wliat all knew to he
an attempt at the impo4lblc. In the
march on the rear of Vlckkburg only
SticrmauV command met any rcpuUe.
In the march to Atlanta, wiih greatly
Mii.'tlor I'on.'i'-. lie I'.illoil lo brliia .lohn-
ftou's army to battle save on ground of
lobii'ton'N ehoo-lng. where he was It tt-
pregname. inermaii tj course wan a Mi
nes tfa'-aults on Impregnable places,
repubed with heavy Iou. and followed
by lliuiklug movemciit.s which could bavo
been made without the sacrifice, and
which were then too late to hinder the
Ills famous march to the sea, which he
accounts, the grvatcn gcncruUhlp and
glory of the war, was the march of his
army away trom tho enemy be had
failed to tle."trov or cripple, leavhi'' It to
Cen. Thomas and to troops which had
been widely ilMrlbutcd to protect .Ser-
inan'rt line or .-implies. The decisive
victory achieved by (Jen. Thorna", with
the hurriedly gathered trooiK raved
Kentucky and the State' north of the
Ohio, which .Sherman' picnic excursion
with the utilK ol the Western armv had
uncovered, and saved hl march to the
H-a Irom the jeers and seolls of all future
l et this fame totality attended him as
soon as his march to the sea met an
enemy of any sort. At lK'iitonvlllc, N
C, ins straggling army met a severe
check, which came near being a defeat
by a greatly inferior force. Then, in the
madness of bis egotism, ho prono-etl to
take to hluuelf all the glory and ellccts of
me victories 01 omer commauuer, anu to
1-eUle the political terms of peace. Vet
he marched nt tho head ol the military
pageant at Washington, as If he were .1
l'omau conuueror and that were his trl
umphal proceslou ; and he hail the arro
gance to oiler a public indignity before
the army and the olllce.rs of tho Govern'
meat to that olllcer who had spoken the
voice of the country and the Government
In setting a-ido lien. Sherman's wild at
tempt to take charge of the political af
fairs of the nation, and to dictatu the con
dltlon ol restoration to the Confederate
After all thN, this fatal and lucky Cen-
oral euccecdeu to the special rank 01 uenc
ral, a rank created to reward extraordl'
nary military genius; a rank whid
should have expired with Grant's Iiicum
liency ot It but which was extended to
Sherman ; a rank which has a nay not
lar behind that which the President ha
received till the present time. Vet thl
wonderful rise through dtautcr did not
content lilm. Iln has complained of nou
apprec!ation,and batold what honors and
rewards ureal untaiu heaped on Man
boroiiL'h and Wellington. Aud'hc mus
write his memoirs, to exalt himself by
pulling others down. And thus driven
by the fatality of his genius, bo must ox
po-c the glass-house ot his own military
lame to the milium retaliation 01 others
The Washington .SVnr says that tw
rather ettrious dead letters were recently
received on tho same day at tho l'ost-of-
lice Department. One, which enclosed
one dollar, was addressed by u lady
.lerscvvlllo. III.. "Incaroot any liar. ra
vanna, I'orteg Co., Ohio." and contained
nuiuiries relative 10 a missing uusuami
The letter was Intended for "any law
ver." but 011 account of tho peeullarlt
of tho manneriii which the writer spoiled
"lawyer." no onu of that ilk could be
found in Itavcnna to claim It. Tho let
ter was consequently sent to the Dead
Letter Olllce. Tim other letter, which I
addressed to the FostinUster General
dated '10 Collvlllu itoad. Xotllng Hill
London, Jd 01 Airii, iti.." ami is as
Sir I have to request that you will he
kind enough to Inform me whether, sine
1st December of last year, any letters ad
drcsM'd "Huron Otto Von btrmu." Imv
been c.il.ed for by him ; and, If forwarded
tohlm, how are they directed. I have
also to beg that you will kindly addiv
nuil post the Inclosed. Anxiety for m
husband's welfare Is the apology I ulcai
for thus tresspassing upon your time and
gooti nature; ami nopiug you will tuvor
mo with a reply, I remain, sir, youn
laiiuiuuy, auihsta vox tsriiAU.
The atjove letter, which Is written on
monogram paper ami lu good hand. Im!
eating llio writer to bo a person of eiluca
tlou, incloses a note addressed simply to
ttltnrnn rn KIp-hi ' It Id llimiirlif- tuc-
slbly that this gentleman is very Til lu this
country and unable to eommuulcatu with
his friends, or that hu may have been
foully dealt Willi. Tim I'ost-olllco De
partment would be glad to hear of his
neiijiimlii I'lHiikllii lliillrr,
II anybody has nn Idea that Cieneral
Ilutlcr ineoiis to allow himself to bo for
gotten simply becmifo a party by the ,
name of Thompson defeated him for 1
Congress list fall, tho Hound About begs
them to get rid of the Idea, llenjamlii is
a man ol thrift ; ho believes hi putting
money In his purse, ami hu puts It there.
Neither does he seem overeareful us to
tho ownership of the aforesaid lucre, lto
eent events show that Ueuiile has quite u
sum of money, tho property of Jasper K.
Herbert, n Drotiicrcoum'ei-m-iim. mhiij
Ktowcil nwnv as lrovllon naittt lliu
tratlltlomil rainy (lay. CotiiiHl llcrhcit
was tho attorney for Gazzawny II. Lamar
the pro'ccutlon 01 a cniiou claim
gahi't tins Government. He needed
some woik tione repugnant
the reelings 01 n uc-
ccnt advocate, and empiojeti iiuuer.
i'he work was well none, 01 course,
and Lamar won, Then nnothcr caue
cainoou for hearing, and Herbert the
second time called llenjainlu, who heark
ened unto him. This was .1 brave old
came, and Hiitler was nappy, n was de
nied agalll'l llie liOVerinn:m, i.;iinnrgo
:r,7'i(xni. nf which llclilaiiun ceured
S9.1.fKKI nl Ices ltl thl! two Mllt. which he
calmly placed In the watch-pocket or his
panN. not even saying "by vourleavo" to
poor Herbert who nan caueu mm into
the cake. Herbert waxcth wroth at this
and goes and lllos a suit against Ilutlcr
or an turntable division 01 the legiti
mate spoils. Butlers style of"diyilon"
is not suited to .Mr. .iapcr nrocri, nor
does he believe In "llence,'' hence tho
suit. Of course Herbert will never get
anv of that fee Into his pocket, but if he
likes the amusement ol going to law
with the ino-l adroit and acocmplMicd
member of thu.Maachuctts bar, Kound
bout shall not say him nay. Coioicj--
A I'orferl Wiiiiinn, Xolily IMaiuiril."
Washington Cor. nf t)iCln. (inzrtU1.)
.Miss Lizzie .Shennan. daughter of the
General. Is In town visiting her aunt. Mrs.
Judge Hartley. .Miss Sherman Is one ol
the loveliest characters I have ever met,
thoroughly womanish ; perfectly unob
trusive : caring but little for the pomp
and vanities of life; gentle, pure, unselllsh,
anu Kimiiy to ail. sue is not peronauy
beatitllul, but she possesses the rarer
finalities of soul which make Iter life a
traiiriuil, satl-fring picture. She dresses
with almost Oiiaker-llkc 'liniilicltv. part
iug her hair plainly on either side and
drawing It bark Into a braided knot low
lown on her head, with no vestige ol
crimps or pulls, or ribbons, or llowers
Her couln, .Miss Alice Hartley, is a sweet
laceii gin,(piiet ami uiodcsi, ami mane
one ot the prettiest of the bridesmaids at
the Mtcli-.Shcrman weddiii
Ilanuerfil 1'rolriu Uil Hleep.
Sleep nrotractetl beyond the need of
repair, and encroaching habitually upon
the hours of waking action, impairs more
or less the functions of the brains, and
witli them all tbo vital powers. This ob
servation Is as old as the days of Hippo
crates and Areta.'Us, who severally and
strongly comment upon It. J he sleep ot
infancy, however, and that oftlteold age,
do not come under this category of ex
ces. Thee aro natural conditions, aji
iicrtainlng to the respective periods of
life, and to lie dealt with as such. In ill
lies'!, moreover, all ordinary rule and
measure of sleep must be put aside. Dis
tinguishing It from coma, there are very
few cases In w lilcb It is not an unequivo
cal good ; and even lu the comatose state,
the brain, we believe, gains more from
repose than from any artillcial attempts
to roil'cl.t.hltoactlon. Edinburgh JltrUw.
Tlimik from the IleittliH ut the
Welmno-ton, Lorain Co., O., Auu.'il, lb71
UH. It. V. 1'ISUCK. UulTuto, N. Y. :
Dear Sir : Your inedlcluts, Oohlen Med
ical Discovery, Dr. Sago's Catarrh ltuoiedy,
nave provcu 01 inc giuaic-i .vrn.u iu niv,
Sbv rjiontln aim, no ono thought that I could
possibly livelong. I hid a compile Ulna ol
diseases scrofula, manifesting Itscll In
eruptions and great blotches on my head
thai mndo such sores that I could not have
my hair combed without caiiiliii, mu much
sulferlug ; also causing swollen glinds, ton
slhcnlargcd, enlarged or"thlck neck," and
large and mtmctous boiD, I nbo sutlcrcil
from a terriblo Chronic Catarrh, and In
fact I was no diseased that life was a burden
to me. 1 had tried many doctors with no
beuetlt. I finally procured one-halt dozen
bottles of your linlden Medh'Al Discover
and ono dozen Sago's Catarrh Ilemcdy mid
commenced their use. At lirtt, I was badly
d!couraged, but after taking four bottles
ot the Dlicovcry, I bo;an to improve, and
when 1 had taken the remaining lia well.
In addition to tho uso of the Discovery, I
applied a solution of Iodine to tbo Uolire
or thick neck, as you advlo In pamphlet
wrapping, and ft entirely disappeared.
Your Discovery Is certainly the most won
derful blood medlclno ever Invented. I
thank God and you, from tho depths ol my
heart, tor ts.o great uood It Ins done mo.
Mas. I.. CiuvKJ.E.
Most modlcincs which are advcrtDed as
blood purifiers and liver medicines contain
cither mercury in soma form, or potassium
and iodlno variou-ly combined. All of
these acents have strong tendency to break
down the blood corpsuclCH, ami debilitate
ami otherwise permanently injuro the hu
man system, and should therefore bo dis
carded. Dr. l'Krcc's Golden Medical Dis
covery, on tho other hand, being coninoicd
of the lluld oxtracts ot native plants, barks
and roots, will lu no ca?o proauco injury.
Itsell'ects being strengthening and curutlvo
only. Sarsapanlln, which used to enjoy
quite a reputation ns a hlood purifier, Is a
reinnlv ol thirty years ago, tnd m.iy well
give- place as It i doing, to the moro posi
tive and valuable vegetable alterative
which later medical Investigation and ills
coTcry hus brought to llirht In Scrofula
or ICIng's Kvll, Whlto Swellings, Ulcere,
Lryslpelai, Swelled Neck, floltre, Serofu
loin Inlljiiimatloiis, Indolent Inllammallon,
Mercurial atloetlous, Old Sores, Kruptlons
of tho Skin ami Sore eyes ai In nil other
blood diseases, Dr. lMorcY Molden Medi
cal Discovery has sh'iwn Its treat romcdial
powers, curing tba mo-t ohulntte and In
traetablo cases. Hold by all dealers la med
icines. To ('iiiisiimiKircM.
Tho advertiser, a retired physician, hav
ing providentially discovered, whllo a Med
ical Missionary In Southern Asia, a very
simple vegutahle remedy for tho speedy and
permanent cure of Con-mnptloii, Asthma,
Ilronehllfs, Catarrh, and nil throat and lung
affections, also a positive and radical spe
clllc lor Nervous Debility, I'reiiiuturo De
cay, and all Nervous Complaints, feels It his
duty to mako li known to his suffering fel
lows. Actuated bv this niotUe, b will
eheeiluiiy send(lreu ofchargo) o all who
desire It, tho receipt for piepatlttg, and lull
directions for successfully usimr. this nrovl-
deutlully desired rcniede. Those who wish
to avail themselves of Um benrllls ol this
discovery without cost, can do so b' return
"inn, ny auuru-sniB
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Pilifs to compi le Willi nny In llie . .
rj-Al-o nKcnt fur the Hume SmwIhk .Machine.
Kvor pivaont "Rst for tho Weary."
Jhdliei.es, I'illiiws mi'l lloblers id
O. W HICK'S
Coiner of Nineteenth and 1'iipl.ir slrreta, lie
iwwii lliu New ork Mmv and t'ol. Taylor's of
liee, as follows Kxevlslor ami Shuck lul-ii.iu-i's.
lull .lc'. cotton ton. &t Mil second aire.
eutlnii top, ki"I lilaluhliiiek MattltsCD, i
nml H l'UUKu, MiikIu, mul Cl 111 Mftlticnies ut
nilin.il prices l suit the hard times, 'li mit
stiletly riibli. IliKhestyasliprleo paid for corn
Stiiu'ks, ueiiveriii uv my luciory .
and DiAua tn
LIME, CEMENT, PLAITOB,
Vnitr City HaUoaal sUak.
IWU.r.a!! In rsr-load lob at mantuVKtartrs
prices, adJIn Frelaht. "-mu-nsrsrs
JOHN B. PHXLLIS
(Succors to John B. PhlllU)
And Dmitri In
HAY, OBH, OATS. FLOUR,
XIAI, SKAX, te. .
Agtntt for IATLIM XAKD P0WDIK CO
Z. D. MattiUM.
K. C. Ubl.
MATHUU 4c T7HL,
FLOUB, GRAIN. HAY AND
0L Ollio Xwvoe.
K. J. Ayres.
S. D. Ayres.
AYRES Sc CO.,
w. r. AXLUT.
PARSER, AXLEY & WILD,
(Siicrinsors to 1'arker & Axley.)
Ilay, Corn, Oats, Flour and Coun
try Froduco Gonorally
100 OommarcUtl Avenue, OAIKO, ILL.
City National Bank
CAPITA!, - - $100,000
TV. r. 1IAI.MDAV, I'rcsklent.
KENUY I,. IIAIJJDAV, Vie Treat.
A. II. .SAr'FUItl), Ciubler.
WAJ.TtU HVSI.Of. Asa'tCaahlcr.
It. II. CVKNLXUltAM,
W. I'. Haludat,
II, I., HAI.LItlAr,
li. D. WlLLIAUSOV,
Exchango, Coin and United States
.uonaB uougnt ana ooia.
DKl'OSl l'S recuWcil and a geueral bankla
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 18M
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A . . SAFKOltD, 1'realdent.
h. 8. TAVI.OH, Vice
sec'y and 'iteiuurxr.
11 A UCLA Y. CIIA9. OALtOIIKll,
HI, SlOCKILKTU, 1'ALX U. ScnVlf,
It. 11, C'UKNINOIIAU. It. It, 1IAU.10AY,
J, M. l'lltLHIK.
I. l'KKi:.sr paid on dcponlts at the rate of tlx
per cent, iht annum, March 1st and Septem
ber 1st. Interest not wltlidrami Is added liuuie
iliately to lliu principal of the. dejHtolts, thereby
Klvlm: llieiu comiKjimd Interest
Marriod Womon and Children may
Doposit Monoy and no one
olso can draw it.
Open every luulnessday from 0a.m. to J p.ni
uml .--utiiiilsy evenings for tavluga deposits oulf
Irom U toS o'clock.
W. HYSX.OP, TrMsnrar.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Transacts all kinds of a Legiti
mate Banking Business.
P. O. OANEBT. President.
HENRY WELLS, Vloe PrsaJdtnt.
T. J. KEKIH, AsslatsjQt Ouhler.
30fttS.-Ine 5fetdep,...w. i.75
Jo " ' 7 " " II W
Ik t Jlaterial . Ibdy for UMjUl llMS. Prtte
UH low to Trade, fcewl for IhriseLUM. m
HUDObPH k CO,, tt, UmU, Mo.