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W. L. BRISTOL,
KoopH ovorything portoining to
tho lino of Btaplo ana Fanoy Gro
oorios, Woodonwuro, Vogotabloa,
Fruits, Sic, Sic.
Try My New Style Mixed
Different Combination Prom any
Before OH'crcd in tho Murkct,
and of Excellent Flavor.
Sweot u:td Rich
Central Hop Yeast
Axain This Summer.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO I IX.
ST. JOHN'S and
Ordors for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
2rTo largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
mouth or year, at uniform ratos.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
rt-Ilulllilay Itro 'noflica, No 70 Ohio
SVllal'iduy llro ' wharfhoat.
rWt Kioptlau .Mlllo, or
K3"M the Coul IJuiiii, foot of Thlrty.Klp.ht
J3"lot OlUce Drawer. Sno.
Kctail Denier In
Imported from Now York City.
mM)ArP . No. 178 Washington Avo.
ill UI ! Corner Eleventh St.,
Evor prcsont "Rest for tho Weary."
Mattn-.fccri, Pillows and HoUttid ut
G. W HICK'S
Corner of Nineteenth and l'oplar Hlicet. I
(ween the, New York hlnrc. anil L'ol. Taylor' of
lice., aa fnllown: Kxcelnhir anil Hhuck Milt
Iu-kwi, full hIc, cotton top, 5 fill i second size,
cotton tnti. ft'n irnml tiliiln Slini'L KliitfiiMMii. Hl.1
ami $5( Lounge, HInKle, ami Crlh Mutti-esscx at
I educed prices to Hilt thu haul times, Teuns
etrictly ensh. Highest cash price paid lor coin
tliurka. ilelivcreil ut niv luclory,
Tlie Private Preiorlption Book.
Borore eonimuuz ur cwior iwr i:nron.
tu nt Hcxual i)ieaaca, A.iliw.,
liroucltlll., Currhi CDiuni Uui,,ril-,,
t'Llulit. V.rlcucel. HjdhMvl., HcMu
l-u.,Hjfl,lllllo .n.lPUn l)lr-, Ml.
tr Uoiiil.liil, reni.l. Wr.lDi-i., M'l'ipy
oiUlyand Kxhauatlon. Itm.oten-
tcj. llkti,Hirti.-tur totl klliUM.isrl
V. w " Jsxceasca una iinpruaeui
jrimults. feii lltiiD. DiliU.r lliil lir.llh
f .es'i.tj US cents t..r lb. Privalo
prtrn.tl Wew Methods or Treatment lw
II.. t),(!l.n, " " can experleuoo, rniur.
IDIK'4 u1 rais "Pi' all urslils c.n, no
ioIlterlio or wUlelM '', feiuik, llulj. tor ll.
UtrrM 4taoM cooUmpUUH '"'; nuLrielni Im.
Kiruol luuMsl In noinbrr nor. UtUti uujrr ,r1 CQ
ruilrvf CU. MrtM
THE AMERICAN REMEDY CO.,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale omt Itctall linden In
Foreign and Domestio
HIIVFS OF AIM. KI!VIM,
No. 00 Ohio Levoo,
MKSSR (-.MYTH t CO. Iutb roiminuy
u lurK" tock iif the lwl gixnU Hi I he mar
ket, and kIim--iiIhI attention lo I lie nliuliwtlt
rancri 01 uie oii.inea.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
Wli'ilt'Milo nml l!Lill Dealer in
PURE LAKE ICE
Cuiro and Kankukco, III.
At Hulun & Wilson's, Corner Twalfth St
ana Ohio Lovee.
Iwlll run an la- waiton throughout the
hi-anin, ilcllteriiiir pure lake liu In any
mrl of tin- city ut tli- loural linirkit price, ami
w III nl-o furuUh inr friend ouuide llir r.ltv with
cr hy tlit r.ikr or car loud, picked in buwiluet
or nfilpiuenl tit any dUlaiice.
Corner Eislitli Street,
WM. WETZEL. Provrletor.
TltySTV watch kept uiKht ami day for
traina ami .tcainboatv
The l-t of arroiiiniodatloiu for trnimlent
KtiijtU at Two Dollar rcr day .1--if
STRATTON & BIRD,
AQKNTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
5? Ohio Levee.
II A. Thorn". I. D.TIioiin.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Successors to II M llnlen,)
And dealers in
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foreign and Doineatio Fruits and Nuts
184 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'KCIA I, attention jslvcii toronalKiimcnta and
B. F. PARKER,
r?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shados, &c.
Always mi hand, Die celebrated lllumlnatliiK
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
sr. o. iiuuiiis,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
lulletln Buildluir, Garner Twelfth Street
and Washington Avenue,
ttCoitntT nud Itallroail Work a aieclalty,
Offlca, Svillotin. Sv-Llldlxitr. Csmit T-wlftH SJtrast aii
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY,
Tin- fit in Colored Illiu kumllli ot
TfnneM WliHt ho I AtoiiiiIIIi
Iiik In Hi Roll "f IN'itwSlnlAi'r.
I From the ( hiniKU Tlliie-4.)
MkMI'HIH.TkN.V., -lllly ll.-Ilt'lliilill
Hi-nlcv u tiliiln iiniitc, not imt lo lnilru
tliotiL'Fits til oratory, liatlh- licit!-, or hit
limn iinixn'sx, y'l. iiuvertlielcw, dcstlni-d
to he n'tiiombcaMl In the South n- one
tlmLlmiassl'tctl In hivakln down tho
barriers which tllsnstroifly divided
the two races.
I attcntk'd the celebration of the Inile
tiendent Order ol role-lleareiv, (it tlie
lair grounds, on the Mb or thU month,
and wltnef.sed the ceremony ol reconcil
iation between the whites and bluek.
Cienx. I'illow nml Forret (two names
that lor years founded 'harshly upon
black (..ir., as ut Fort Pillow the soldiers
under Forrest slaughtered tho negroes
who defcmled It), n the world now
know-, were there, In company with the
genial uud talented Uallatvay,
editor of the Appal. The wortls
ol thec prominent Southern eu
tlcincn have gone Into (he presidential
mansion, the bondholders' palaces, and
the cabin-! of the toiling blacks, as cove
nant ol peace and friend-hip. During
these ceremonies between former slaves,
and white men of the pnre.-t southern line
age (ieus. I'illow and Forrest and M.C
(iallaway I was thoroughly Impressed
with their importance ami the ellcet they
would have upon the people of the south,
of all cla-scs uud the fanatics of the north.
Forrest, the great cavalry leader, was
sternly in carne't : I'illow, a man dNtln
gubhed In the annals ol the nation, spoke
in plain language to a .-ea of black, seri
ous faces, tolling them truths that ap
plied to all men, advUing i-obrioty, in
dustry, honesty, and frugality; while
Gallaway, in jieronal appearance tlie
counterpart ot llenry Clay, gave Ids pees
ence and voice to the oeea-iou.
All thU was brought about by plain Ilez
ekiah Henley, president of the Independ
ent Orderol I'olo-ltcartrs a negro black
smith, who works daily at his businc-s.
Shortly after tlie celebration I made In
quiries a to where lleekiali Jlenlcv
could be found, and after a walk out Mat!
(son i-treet, and across tlie .Memphis and
Charleston railroad bridge, I saw a plain
sign, in front of a dingy wooden struc
ture, which read "lleckiah Henley,
Hlacksmltli." Kntcrlng a spacious door
way I discovered thu object of my .search,
a black man, well advanced in years,
leaning upon tin anvil, his swarthy lace
grim with smoke ami dn-t. From
him I learned that the Pole
Hearers were an organization
that ramllicd throughout thu states ol
Tennessee and .MK-U-ippi ; that its main
objects were mutual benellts and protec
tion to its members ; and that it was not
antagonistic to tlie white race. He ilid
not deny that they were well-drilled In
the manual of arms and evolution'', but
Kilil tliemi worn to make their parades Im
posing and attractive.
Tho former president, Tom Swan,
while an honest citizen, was an avowed
adherent of tho radical party, and used
the Polc-Ucarcrs as a political machine,
both in nominating conventions nud In
election-. He died, and in his stead came
to the surface as leader and president,
Hezekiah llenlf-v.a colored man of broad
and liberal views and a true patriot.
liezcKian iicniey is a very common
name, but to-day it h linked witli such
distinguished southern names as Galla
way, Forrest and I'illow, in the cauo of
progress, humanity, peace, traumtillty,
Tlie following Is substantially a nor-
Hon ofa brief Interview I had with Hee
" on have moved boldv In the matter.
"1 am an littmiiln citizen ol the south.
sir. It is my birth-place and homo. I
havo grieved to .see the white and black
man arrayed against each other when
Ihclr.intere'-ts are identical. The white
man and black man have been aetiiiL' like
children, ami the political gambler ha
lilled his mirsont their expense. Planta
tions are lying idle, ami tlie riciien land
In the world are covered with weoiK
Why is this ' Because there lias been
bad blood between the black and white
"Do von think Forrest. Gallawav.and
Pillow sincere in their de.he for rccon-
"Most assuredly. They are southern
rcntlemeu ol the hest class, citizens
whom any man can approach, whether
white or black; and are men of high
moral and social standing, and have no
fear of publie oiiiniou, .Such men mold
"incsemcn were strong reiicis, ami
"And losing, turned to pursuit., of in
dustryForrest, to building a railroad ;
i'illow, to iiio law; ami uauawav, to
journal!-!". These men are not politi
"How did you conceive the idea ot
bringing the antagonistic elements to
"Through mv position as pre sldent ol
the Independent Order of Pole-Hearers."
"It gave you power?"
"No. not exactly power, but promi
nence and a large iiilluence among the
people of my color. My duty was plain,
and witli the support of thinking col
ored men. ami suen wmio gentlemen as
M. 0. titillaway, ami Ocns. Pillow and
l orrest, I made the move which has
buried all dlU'erenccs and put into hands
of my people these implements" (point
ing to plows, narrows, ami noes mat lay
around his anvils and forge.-.
"Do you think the condition of the col
ored man bettered by having gained his
Hezcklah Henley smiled at this
question, and I saw his answer without
"Human bondage kept tho black man
fat, but Ignorant freedom brought sitller
iug; but it also brought to the
nation knowledge and wisdom, ami an In
crease of power that cannot hurriedly bo
"You havejmado a name for yourself."
"I love my country and my section of
this great government, and know that
harmony and good will must "prevail be
tween the people ot my color and I ho
whites, else our children (and they are
numerous) will remain uneducated, our
young men fall to become skilled me
chanics or masters ot usetul professions,
mid lluallv sink into a dangerous lethar
gy, that w ill tako them to the doors of
vagauomiagc, luicucss, ami crime, i
want to seo schools tilled with our chil
dren, eomnetimr with thu children of the
whites In the race for knowledge ; comput
ing wtin mo wmtcs in mvciianism ami in
all thu nt'oleslons."
This ended our Interview, and I left Ilcz-
; eklnli Henley witlithe impression that i
had met n man ol powerful will, broad
Understanding, and a patriot,
llezeklah Henley did imt stop with
tic Pole-Hearers' celebration, and as he
wielded his black'inlth's hammer his fer
tile mind conceived the idea or a grand
peace barliecue. Tim following from the
column? orthciyaiMs si portion or n
letter tu that liilliientlal journal over his
signature as president ol thelndeK?nd
"Thcie an; o many of my colored
friends who regret not being with us in
our happy time on the i'tli lust., that I
take the liberty to call tlie intention of
the colored people and their prominent
men to such suggestions as will bring
ail our people together at n grand peace
barbecue -oine time in I In; next mouth,
We want tlie old and young lo be there,
the rich and the poor, the ungodly and
the righteous, that all may enjoy u good
lime In leslive rejoicing, Mich as we en
joyed at thu fairgrounds. Wo want thl
good, harmonious feeling to glow among
all classes and conditions 111 hfe through
out our whole country. We want our
race particularly to live nearer to their
old white people, nnd hearken to their
wisdom anil advice, mr what interests
thcin is interesting to our race. Our fu
ture mutual good Is too closely Interwo
ven to bo separated without reciprocal
Injury. Let us have more of this good
feeling ; let it swell with pride and joy
every heart that cm feel, whether It bo
white or black, until it icaclies tlie utter
most bounds of our common country."
In connection witli tlie above Is tlie fol
lowing fragment of an able editorial bv
Mr. M. (.'. Oallaway. which breathes tlie
spirit ot the true. southern gentleman
and patriot :
"We make no apology for publishing
the letter of Hezekiah Henley, pre.-ldent
ol the Pole-Hearers, hi another column.
He seems thoroughly luihucd with tlie
idea of obllteratlngall prejudices between
the two races, and thereby inaugurate
the reciprocal feeling of Iriehdslifp, in
terest, and dependence so e-ontial to the
pro-pcrity ol both races. The Individ
ual editor of tlie Appal who lias sympa
thized with and encouraged the recent
movement to allay the prejudices between
the whiles and blacks, ha; never been a
candidate for olllce, and never will be
one for any position within thu gill of
the people. He therefore lus no sellish
motives to subserve in tlie course lie has
pursued. Our only object has been to
promote the Intercut ol both white and
blaek. We nee no other way of soling
the problem as to the future of tlie races,
save that ot peace and tranquility."
When thu centennial comes telling that
a century has frosted the locks of tlie re
public, wo may seethe name ot the hum
ble blacksmith ol Marshal avenue,
Hezcklah Henley, emblazoned on silken
banners a the true peacemaker In the
south. Tom Swan dead and Hezcklah
Henley living bin changed Hie political
aspect of all'alrs in Tennessee, and per
haps hi thu whole .south. That Harbour
I.-eu is and the Katons will attempt, with
federal money, to overthrow the daring
Hezekiah Henley, we have no doubt, but
trust to the Influence and nia-ter will of
the now famous blacksmith. Ocki.ot.
A J ii ho Tlinl Kicltril Iluek.
iVrlTi?.re "'"'"F fl Jke "rites
v....n.v-jr UIUIU lll IHUII"II Heuiurtir.l
Conn., yesterday with l.cm Head, of poor I
dead Dan Hryaut's. minstrels, fr com.
panion. As the train got ready u, leave
Charley says : ' I
'J.ciu, let me show you a good JoVn
I'll get a splendid Joke on that old duller
sitting in the station. Xow you watch !'
Then, as the train began to move out
slowly, Charley rushed into the station,
shook his lUts In tlie stranger's lace, and
called him a miserable, mean, thieving
"O, you rascal !" said Charley, "I've
got you at last, you bloody old scape
grace, and now I'll lick you to an Inch of
your life. I '
"Charley! Charley!" shouted l.ein.
"the train Is oil run !" and Charley left
his astonished victim and ru-licd 'hack
Into tho car.
"Where! where!! Is the man who
wanted to lick me all oyer N'ew i'ng
land ?" shouted the old fanner as he lau
to tho door or the station with his spec
tacles in one hand and a crumpled TrlL
un hi the other. "Where is he show
him to me!"
"Here is lie," said Charley from tho
end platform of the last car as It moved
out, holding his thumb and linger to his
"Wall, here I am," said the old fanner
shaking his list at Charley, "ami I'll be
gon masieti, ei i uon t lick li 11 "
1 )lng ! (long ! ding ! dong ! inter
rupted the locomotive bell, ami
Alas for Charley! the train backed
back. Tho outraged man hi the station
rubbed bis eyes, went out on Hie
platform, saw Charley throm-h the win
dow, and went for him. Three times he
chased thu poor, misguided minstrel
around the tram. Ho finally caught him,
and the poor man only escaped by leav
ing an 3 mil ami uiu miieis Ol a ilH) roar
In the enraged fanner's hands.
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Ol't'ICH: t:iKlilli Sheet, between Commer
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Attorney at Iaw
OKKICKi Ohio 1-cveo, over room fornicrly
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Attorneys and C'oiiitNvlorN
Ol'KICKl Ohio U'VM-, roomit 7 and S
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William II. llillierl, J CAlltO. ILLINOIS.
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Has tlie iiiKniiieiiii,
Adifresu, lie K, HILTON A CO..
-21-ilAw-tv. Clnrlnnnll, Ohio,
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
West side Commeiclal Avenue, between
lilKltui aim Mlutn atrecta,
(Next door to. I limber's diy Kuods ntnte.)
A lull line ol tlie latei-t mid most r:nlilimlile
HATS AND BONNETS
alwayu on hand. AUoevny uiilelyol"
Ribbons Lacos and Trimmings,
from the eheaixt lo (lie iiio.-I costly. Ladies
wllllliidauy and everythliiir In her ntoie for u
comiiletebtuet, lull or pally outfit.
I'lieea In compete Willi liny ill the Went.
JCf'Alsii iiReiit for (he I lonieScwIni; .Machine.
Wholesale, Retail and
W lloo .'s Blook,
Com or Poplar and Eloventb Struota.
Sy-nichost Cash Prico oald for
Hogs and Cattlo.
KOllTll S1DK OF EIGHTH STREE1
Botweon Waahintrtou and Commercial
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Waahlmrton tnd Comroerclal
venues, adjolnlnir Hanny's.
KKKl'S for sale the bent llcef. rerk, Slullon
Veal, Uiuu. haiisage, Jut., anil . irt
pariil to serve fainlllea In nu nccetilahlo inumier
li. W, MIXXJUL,
And dealer In
FLOUR, MEALGRAIN HAY,
UoSmuVh. ( CAino.lLMSfOIS.
AXD DCALKR I
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER
Under City Natloaal Bask.
IWlf.I, Roll In rnr-loiid lota at maniirnctur-rs
prlci-s, adding Frelidit.
JOHN B. PHIIXIS
(Siieres-ora to John II. Phlllls)
And Dealers In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAI, BBAtf, etc.
Ageati for LAFLIN A RAND POWDER CO
.Corner Tenth Stroot and Ohio
'.. I). MutllUSS. K
MATHUSS Sc. URL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, IIAY AND
CI-1 OIilo Iiovoo.
K J Ayrvs. S. I). Ayir.
AYRES 6c CO.,
M W. rAUKLII. W K. AXLHY. J. II. WILD.
PARKER, AXLEY & WILD,
(itccfsorii to Purler & Axley,)
Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour and Conn
try Produce Generally
100 Commorclut Avenuo, CAIRO, ILL.
11 11. ( liyNlNCIIIAXI.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(neee.ioi!i to .Miller .1 l'arlir,)
And Dealer In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
OKI UK :
, H3"ehavi'Ieiue,l (h,. MtKU Yellow Ware
house, stoniite capacity a.ooo ion,, which irlirs
ample I'.tdlllie.i furntoriiiii and aliljijiInK
O. N. HUGHES,
Oyer Katbuii Val'i.
ONK but Kirut-L'liuw Cow guiles rrprc
, ESTABLISHED 1858.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE.
Cltj National Bank Building, up-itairi.
The OldeatEatabltshsd Aironcy in South
era Illinois, representing ovr
405 000 000.
BOX and BASKET CO
All kind hard and toft,)
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