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Enterprise Savings
BANK.
JOHN B. PRILLXS
AND ION.
'Suci-nmn tn John n. I'hlllU)
FORWARDING
CHARTERED JjfAKGH HI. HSB
CITY" NATIONAL DANK, CAIRO
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kivihk mrni (iiiniwnini inn-nil
Married Womon and Children way
jjupoBii money ana no ono
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ami Halunlay rrrnlnM for ut Ink ili-iolti only
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THE
. City National Bank
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THE 1.KONAHI) HCO'l'T HlHHWtl C'l
41 Ban lay Street, Now York,
VOL. 7.
Washington"
-
Blaiuo Appeared Yes
terday in the Mephi
stophelean Role
of Butlor.
His Ambition Boiny to Renew
the Animosity, Hatred, and
Horrors of War.
Furious Philippic by the New
ly-Fledged Presidential
Aspirant Against
tho South.
Magical Eloquonou, Fiovy
Dmuinciatioii, Soaih
ing Irouy, uud Hoi
vlfylne Roml-
IliHCbUCOB.
"Sunset" Cox Replies to Blaine
and Riddles His Armor
with Sarcastic
Rhetoric.
A Graphic Resume of One of the
Most Thrilling Days Yet
Known in Congress.
flitx-ldl telrrain tu tlir Cliioi 'I llurt I
A MK.tMAIIC oCI'.Ni:.
V.tiiiiNiiuN, Jan. 1U. A scone more
tmo.oiiali'ly ilrainatif limn any rnhotk-
aline tin! war clvclritk-il I lie bullae to
by, ou LlluliifS tuotloii tur an anion J-
uicnt to l.'.'imlaH'.s amtiety bill. Mr.
Kan. lull pruicutvU duriii'' tliu llrdt wvvk
nl tbo sfilun an Hinncsty bill lilcnticul
In li'itna ttlth tliu two that .M'il tliu
Keiublk'an liou-c in previutu (.'ion
wltliout ik'inur ironi either party. Mr.
Illaliiu nli iiruiviitcil tin; llrct tvi-ok of
tliu MjH-ion tx bill lilcnticul with It.uul.ill's
In terms .-aVu lliat J eft Uivm I exci-itf(J
Ironi the rl;bt: of auinesiy. 'I'htro wm
no iiiilli:lu(lon that any uuii'iil di b.ite
vsoulil Ih; brought about on tl(.
it ut 1 1 .Mr. Hlalni-, ,o soon lis tu opportu
nity oll'iTfil, ileinatiUfil llii; rltfht ol tack.
ln' an iiiiii-iiiliiieiit to Mr. Itauilall'it hill,
'I'liW was voti-d down, but limteatl of glv
hi up the i'ont('Ft,thecx-iK.-akcrpiilit'd
In point, and to tliu aMonkhiiit'tit of
everyone, the bill was lot, tailing to re-iv'm-
a two-thlnl-i majority, and lllaini
Interjet'li'd, with a ready iinderitanditiK
of tliu situation.:! inotrinciit lor rteoti-f-iiU-rltiif,
by which In-gained the right of
debate without the consent or lii'tnimeii
tality ol tliu majority, it wim a mjXery
lo IboM- not versed in pailiatnenlary law,
ami even a majority ol the beat pallia
mentations now i in: Ki.ooit ny.ci i:i:u,
and how, in spite of l.'andall, l!l.iin vir
tually gained, by hi' celerity anil dexter
ity ebarge of the ;imiicty bill, iu.Iead of
Itanilall, iu mover. The rule ol tho
hoii-e N that when a vote U taken it
iiiunberot the iniijorlly on the winning
lile of a propo-itlon eau move to ri
eonIiler. '1'bis motion to reconsider
glex tint inurer the lloor to open ait'l
eloie the debate upon the motion. Now
In the vote upon the paagoof KauilaU'.s
bill atwo-tblriU vote wan relinked, as It
was olfereil nniler a Miipeiislou of the
rules, i'lte minority, ol which lllalne is
a nieiuber, eon.iltities more than on?
thlril of tliote voting iijiou the bill,
and was therefore a virtual majority
ugalmt the iueaiur. Mr. lilalne then
moved a reconsideration. This point of
ins, it is .-am. lias no pieeeileltt, hut
everyone lipotibollislileseoneedrsltfi cor
rector.. Having una his position,
Hlaiue was ready with his ammunition.
It was plain to I he house, which was
now crowded In the galleries, on tin lloor,
Hiiillli the lobbies, that
A Trtll.MKNtiOl'S KI'IOliT
was about to be made ami an oppressive
bit-It fell lllion the liotlse as ltlal.ic, ia
diant, resolute, and coulldciit, strode lor
wardafew bences and began the most
overpowriuultarangue that ever fell upon
the car.s of a legislative assembly. The
lilies of the speech may be read, hut the
lerrille, .cvciioiuod, harrowing iiiletilv
of em pltal.s and motion audgestuie wltfi
which the words were accompanied, It U
not possible to represent. He proteled
against restoring lo eilielijhlp Jell' la
vis, not because he was the head mid
Iront of the Southern (.'oulnleraey ; not
becaiiM! lie was the arch conspirator In a
galling rebellion, but beeaii-e he was re
.sponsible beloro man ami (jod for lite
murderous slaughter ami iiusneakahle
luliimy of Aiulersouvllle. As them
worus rane out, Miarn. bitter, ami t e -
ant. the lay attention which the liou-e
h.til at lli'st given was ciiaitged to min
gled ama.eineiit and auger. This was
what the speaker wauled. Willi 1 lie t u.
Ilieas-embly i'arerly allenllve to evurv
woiil, he nlniiiicd Intoa t-callilni' ret lew
of the eomllliou of ourpi l'iiner.s, u lulling
up Willi
nit: i'i.i.mav or iiik iiohiious
w hich AmlcrKuitvillo uresciited. l,l have
leail," Kiilil he, "recently, In reliesli my
mind, all hMorlcal horrors ol the past,
I hate lollowed tin the atrocities and
criminalities of Alva In the low coiiiilrlci,
and I have le-rcad the story of the
tlaughterol St. Ilaitholoiuew.' I have
gone through the familiar horror. of the
.SpanMi lui'tilsltlon, and I declare before
(iod, with a full knowledge of what I urn
faying, ami in temiiurate speech, that
these were humanities' as compared to
the haiharlsin of AuderFpiivlllc." An
lhc;p wniils, clear, iqlcinn, .Mudli il, and
imlhetle, broke out upon the hone, a
liiliulred livid faces frowneil on the Deiu
octal le hciirhes, while the glistening
eyes and clenched haiujs of hU own Im
mediate follower ami the hoarse mur
mur ol iipplain-e hi Hid gallery told only
too well the baleful Power of the tie
mention philippic. W listing no lime on
Eiipei'lhioun points of oratory, he carried
ie liortlllcil assembly through Ibal
miiudhkiii.vo nm.timiiA ok ciitihirv
ami deupalr of the ptlslon stoekx, nml
touchetl with a supremely skllllul baud
the unspeakable miseries of that devoleil
:tn,ti)iO o emiielato hero marly rt who,
OAIRO. ILLINOIS. TH U USD AY, .)
I .,
umier tur Miiriuug nreaiii ui u ouiiii-rii
huh wli'fh wns eM'ii more kind than tl
hot breath nf.Smitherii hale, wa'tcd ami
felluway before lite hideous barbailly ol
Aliderxinvllle. He read IVom the com
mittee on the conduct of the war, that
gratuitously one-.Ideil report on the
treatment of our prisoucrslu the South,
a report manifestly intended to bold the
hatred of the North foiever black and
.strong against all thought of reeourilia-
non; a report mi vigmoiMiy inner ami so
obv!ouly, partisan that the horror which
Mr. Maine's recital had nroiiicd began
lo recede and the relaxing muscle ol
faces tlie loosening ofcleuchoil ami
llie audible liiiliiiiiirs which fell upon the
house indicated ll.attheteie-lou waiioue,
nml Hint the .seakcr, though Hill hold
ing the pet lent attention of the bou-e,
hail juried (hut one chord ol falnics
which had lii tctot'oic blludeil every iiidii,
woman, ami child wlio had heard liliu
Into liiipnlle itilhc- Ion lo his arguiuent.
Thoiiglieeiv paper In lite land pnhlkh
this master phllliple iu full, without hear
ing It it will sound tame and Impotent as
compaied to
Mr; l'l:olOliil s IMI'lll.islOS
upon the house. It was a Mil tiled dibit.
Kw ry line had been pieiiated wild can-,
Kvery fact had been elabui.ited, as lite
ettoit Mioui iI, He hAd inadi- lniuiib-K In
tin- war ik-parinieut, navy department,
and other departments and luuml thai
about "no people would coimi under Hie
tcimsnlilih bill, ami one man only
would be ili-hui red,. Icll'. 1 iis He was
willing to extend the iiii-tlmable li(jht of
citlemliip to all who de-iied it, but he
vu - not among tlio-e who would force It
upon a reluctant people. IU under-tood,
on veiy good authority, thai Mr. Ilotiei I
Tootnb' had boasted In foreign countries
and at laliloii:iMe walciing-placei hi lhi
country, thai he wouldn't coinJcsci.-nd to
accept a ic oratloti of the pilvlleirei
which his trea-ou ami lelony jiad for
feited. Never in an hour was "
MMIl'l'H IWKI.IKItllll VI'.NOM
put ou the cars of a littcniugiimJilorv. A
mote infamously inhuman n-tival o'f the
bates and horrors of ihepn-t was never
atteinpled etcn by that an b demagogue,
.Morion. It was utterly unexpected from
Mr. Maine, As the mo-t rancorous
periods htiuck the ears of the nailery, tliu
exclamation was, "llutler this Is a
speech that llutler should make, not
Maine." He said no word that wn un
true, probably, nor did be torture to any
undue extent the hideous criminalities of
the Southern treatment of I iilon to)
tliirs, but the general sentiment of the
boue and evidently to Mime extent of his
own party revolted from a recrimination
la every ciie baleful and lurmliit to
the best inh iests ami best Aeutiiueilta of
the count i y.
Somewhat to the disappointment ol the
liotl-e, when Mr. Maine took his ent,
the fiieaki-r rccognlwl Mr. Co.v. who
coveted the perilous honor ot the leply,
llllldened with a llie of tnjrfstwml
Uloht bound in bulky volumes, and a
daring armful of papers
I Hi I SMll.l. MIX
made a bolt from his 'cat towanl the cen
ter of the hoii-e, changed bl mlml, hes
itated, tinned again, aiiiid (he rl.'lng
jeer of the liepublicaux and the Mip-pies-ed
iiiiirinur.s of bis own fide, and
dually lauded hi a seat hastily vacated
for him immidiately behind Kaudall, the
highest point among Die Meiuocrutic
li'iicbe.s. He began iu an uncertain,
ratubliiig -iraiii, with his voice pltch.-d
up among the nasal niiccrtaulies ami ex
cited lor a few minutes merely a l.ingu'd
eoutetnit ll Dill llie 1,'c publican rids
which was busy iueougr.itulaliuglll.ilm-,
and a hostile incredulity Ironi the Memo
erats Who demanded and expected ltau
dall. For a lime then' was an uncer
tainty whether it was the l oriel, or Ham
let oi the house that had tekeu up Hie
gauntlet tiling down by Maine. He
H-emed to feci the oolng out of t tic In-
tere-t and wa eoii.-cious ol llie danger of
losing hU oppoitunily. llii wandering
ami incoherence .suddenly ceased, lie
lent his c Hints to the ludca-nus aect of
Maine' astounding revival of the horrors
of war and iu a few moment tin- .'cowl
lug faces, hostile glance', licivous clutch-lng-of
hands, and rigid lodies ielued
into convulsive meiriment. every stroke
of which senml tho liidricotu hide of
Maine's broad-lde. It was mi much (In
coherent arnuineiit or logical icuoulug
process wliieli t'uv depended upon to
undo the thorougblv apparent mischie
vous results ol Mr. Maine'. uuwl-eellbrt.
"ox depending rather upon a sciies ot
droll Intel etice and wagglii cunlradic
tioiis In point of fact, and the utter ills
proval of in.iny of the main featiiivs
which Mr. Maine bad charged uiioii the
Democratic paity. It was a whliu-leal.
witty, brilliant, cogent repaitee, and
served the purjio-e of Its author to per
fection. It dispelled some of the glowing
gall and dissipated lo .ome extent,
nit: ini i:i!N ti. itiiTKitXKss
wliieli Mr. MatneV ill-advl-ed iitleranees
were ealeulated to engender. I'asaJng
Ironi a kindly eiilogium of Maine as a
man of humanity ami fair dealing. Co
declared that the house would not have
been astoiii.-heil lo have heard a peech
so Inhumanly lio-llli! lo brotherhood and
reconciliation Irjui the vitriolic lips of Kill
ler, bill that from Maine the house ami
country had a rlgljt lo expect belter
things, lie could only account for this
xpecled change of character on tin
pan of the ex-speaker by taking into
view a peculiar lie Ity which com
pelled him, against his more humane in
slliiets. to lake up the tail ot the blood v
shirt which Moiton is llouii-lilng In the
senate. Then contrasting this with
Maine's boast that the lie publican p.ttly
was the embodiment of generosity nnd
magnanimity. ox tr.ivi'ivcd the carpel
hug lecnn! ol the last sewn Vars, foieed
legislation, military iimiiiciiIoii, Louis
lana Infamy, and Kindled alrncille. to
lirote that lllalne's point was wioug.
Then turning llieellously to the !)mo-
ciatle ranks, he cried moi l, uuea-'.-
ni"S
"imiw.n on vorit kni:i:s,
men wlio have eotue from the South!
Down on your knees to his niaety from
Maine, who lias permitted you lo vote
and becoineiiR other men are," In con
trast lo Maine double-dealing in mag
nanimity nml viudlctivcncss, lie revived
the benignant utterance of Thatl Stevens,
who on u similar occaklnu. dechiied that
all men South of .Mason uud Dixon's
hue should be thrust Inlolhepi nlieiitlaiy
of hell. There were inoiiieiils w lien llie
speaker warmed tin lulo absolute el i-
iliieuris earn IliL' tlie Ininassloucd -cm.
pathy of tint hoice unill, MWwy. Into
Jocosliy, he brought douu derision" and
ridicule upon his predecessor, Maine.
.Stoppliij.' a moment iu his mad career, bo
I, was rciulmled of a biblical llliisirnllun
which would lllit'lrate things mote
kdli lliou?))' Ihan bis own period, Ho
liippridowii to Ills desk, brought out n
bible, ami read the 12Ulh p'alni, remind
ing Maine, ut Urn name time, that Hie
lait occasion (lib sucrcd wilt hud been
called uto play wiw ivlu n Judu Vnoi- ;
t to the benignant
rir.uv iwrtMHii Moop;.
Cox te.ad the pllui mid the hoti-e
ehrered voelfcrotify. 'I'lte big l-ooks
and lining nianiiiillpt wiilch C'ox had
laden lilniself with Here next used. Willi
tlu-jfi le traced thefivhole history of am
nesty, showing by the record that Maine,
In the (intnUtee wiere the bill wan lirt
Introduced hi ls;o,iad favoied universal
aiiines,y. !
"WkenV'' said lltiine, springing to bl
Icet excitedly, and pointing to Ids linger
liiiertlvely at Coxi
"1 lll tell you then in the proper
time," responded Si!iet, wllh aggravat
in'' iae.
Hut I want to) know now.
Maine, pcremlorilyl l
(.'ox Mopped, twilled his cyr-.glasev
looked tho -v-K-:iker calmly In the eye,
atiil said, "Well, I will tell von," and he
told him, here giving tie date ami cir
liuustaiu n ami succeiiilng in showing
Hi-house that Mr. M.ihe had counte
nanced universal amnesty from his own
sldeot the house, but iMiied It to the
Democrats
Maine explained thai .leiug iu Hie
cialr he could not object U the unirjiil
mniis Inti'odlintioii of the till fioui Hie
committee ot which he w:l chairinail,
but In-had reiii(-ted a ineiiurr lomake
an objection.
It M the liimre'alnn of the hoiiie,
however, that llie ex-,ieakei wiv. not
clear on the record, and bv uenfral con--fnt
('ox was admitted to lave
i:xiti;i:i.Y ni.ncKU hi- aiumh
and ik-stroyed thei llert of hl :pn li. "M
dial," said Mr, Co.v. maliciously, Imviii
Impaled his adversary on the point of
this dilemma, "the statetiiuiithlp that
uplies to the presidency ;" to the ui
roatlotid amti'eiueiit of the hoifc. "lie
leiulnds me," said Suii'ct, lellcctlvelv,
"of a -nmll darkv who Imped to get the
better ofa mule by rllinbln his tall, to
whom Ids lather gave comrurt when the
mule'. heels had done their worst, bv
saying that he vvat not so b.iudome, hut
that lie had learned something," where
upon Maine wanted to know whether
Cox played the. pu t of the mule.
Tin- speech wai full of personal point
of this sort, lllalne being worsted In every
sally. Iu coirhMon. (Jo.v, amid the ve
hement urging Of Ills colleagues to go
nn, with mock rravity eoutlded to the
house the cause of Mr. Maine'. astonish
ing change of bate, lie aspired to the
presidency. Omit also a-plied lo the
pix-sldeiiey, and as (5 rant had recom
mended tinlvvrsa amnesty it was Mr.
Maine's tactic t draw line between
third-termers andliimelf. Mr. Cox re
gretted this nn-eeinly dlileieucc among
brethren, and wximl up Iu an enthusi
astic outbttr-t of rtpplnusts his compatri
ot rushing to lti.ii en ma's to congratu
late blm on
THK .MOST llltll.l.U.VT KI'FOKT Or HIS l.irjt.
Hut the siirprisesof the day were by
no means done when the shades of night
had fallen on the house. The llgures ou
llie lloor were obscure In the uncertain
Mailt between day and nl-rlit when, bv
iiircoiircrt, tii cclpulchral voice of Judge
Kelley struck the wailing ears of llie
crowd In those long, measured, melan
choly accent of supernatural solemnity
with which this singular man addresses
the house. To the astonishment of (.-very
one he opposed blankly tie- motion of bis
colleague from .Maine. As the vigorous
denunciations of Kelley attracted htm.
Malm- moved nervously in III scat. The
Ik-publican, who had been palng In re
view and congratulation before the blood-and-boiies
banner, turned with eager nml
angry attention upon this rebel in the
ranks. Ik-icvicwcd the whole hlstnty
ol' legislation during 1,1 years of his term".
A his sonorou Evidence rang out upon
the hntle
AN IN HKsClillltUl.r. C.ll.M
e.inii! upon the lloor and gallery. The
Democrat, who bad been grouped In the
vaeait space between the speaker desk
and C'ox, moved en masse like a dim
.swarm of hay speelres, led onward bv a
voke. The intastly tlgure nf Keller,
slim, dark ami tall, swaying to ami Iro )u
the twilight, was Hie only sign of move
ment upon t lie lloor for nearly halt mi
hour. A tumultuous, fascinating How ol
mingled history and argument poured
from hU litis. Ho embodied the peace
and gooil will of the slays as Maine had
typilled Hie Icuthhcad and cro-s-bones of
parlyisui. The Until drill ol kVlley' utterance-
niaricd He- whole eil'cct by be
Ing luriKil into a special plea for the c.-n-leunial
giah.
,'OAI..
Coal Coal
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MT. OARBON(BI0 Mud.ly)
ash
PEYTONA OANNEL
GOAL!
Ordoru for Coul by tbo cnr-loud,
'.on, or in lni(tilicitulfi, for nliiprnoiif,
jruiuptlv utiontlt'd to.
rnr'i'o liti-RO oonaumorri and all
amuul'uotiirorH, wo oro praparod
:o nupply auy quautity, by tho
nonth or your, nt uniform rutou.
CAIHO CITY COAL COMPANY.
t'liallkUy 111" 'uollUi
t.Vlliiiruliiy Urn. 'a wlini
J )-At Kk itiii Mills
li'Al llie 1,'oal llilinii,
olllif, So. '(I Olilolj'Vi'e.
wlinileoul.
or
loiii or 'iiiiity-hiKiii
lis I
BTiit (mice Iiraner, 3U).
JAaOB WAI.TKR,
BUTCHER
Ann
Doalor m Fresh Moats'
KIOHTK RTHRET,
hattveon Vnablnifloii
llul Uommorelal
Avnnunj, Miljulniiu.' itunny'd.
T"i:i'!l':1 for ehU- tin- brut Wri, l-mk, Mutton
Vral, l4itnli, Huti.ll", iSo.. ami la (.H
liruait tr irve llttnlUrn li HCi a.vt'iil ibV iiiftnocr
war.l receoiuiiictnle
llutler in otic of his)
ANUAEY
;
r .
aid I IIHHII -- raH:'H
IB h
aaW. auatolkw an IIIiSh .dB
k 1 AER aoJS cmcACQ x
I
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S DOWN WITH HARD TIMES. .1
SAVE MONEYtt",:,.,'f"J!,!l'
iit your moiiry'a tvmtli. llie iire.il N. i:,
Ijollar Sale, ill Iliimuli'lil SJt , llo.'loii. Mils..,
nlni IS7J luis snlil nuoils to K.'i.Oeil tuitions. It
ilrr.etiT)' tnrlrly ol' Pry. t'linrr, met .senile
a"M" I '''"'lies, Hooks, Cnlhry, lila Ware,
V ?' ' "'"''it Imll'l-ricf. nml scIUi-n rtllilnu
(ujail) mi-ilnlliir.
First TTmnH! " '"'J'1 rr01" inauiinic-
o. i ? t IJi'V'.1 wlml eoiuilry .lejters nsl. i!
i..,,. ..'. J 'no InimlmK. no "tilcU" or
..r it5.!. """'''"'".""'l Hie llir.nniiils
iirnilHes nir, re.l at only WV atei nilor-'isl
by the. U si ,,n.r, of llto, aJi "If,
piUrnm Nsriitiri-lietilars. '
AV Can "J"1 "M.uiim
.. xtt ta any "llier Iiuuk-. W F,l
liy runtlor cvprt-.s C. 1 1 n. , ami Ii t m.u
Itiioils U-fuir ' lmliiir. Vt tfant npntsVtei v-"lieii-
No ikk, nneaiillal iinslnl.
OllB Cfllt.b"-V'' " l'"'tl e;itils s,.,i
1-nl.irs, ati.l lists w,. cm nml tin U (l': aill
,,'.tV '' 1,11 sliiKb- itollur
11,-aiillliil IIIiiks I'lns, llmiflits, M-u. 1-hiM,
V. iiilln. On Ian, Castors, In t.iott i licit-, nil
Hll. senil now, ninl mm- iimnrv. o,llll
I1"'"" try. Aililii-s. nil nrllcrs to II.
..l. lllll.l-l.ll f ItlJIIWH. .'Id'ZUs'tlllM IB
n-iH-.uii.
"MAO''
Wiirailillvsl Itffnre day." To any ifa.ler ttlio
will tfnil -Jiii i ills o us, tu-stinliinr box nfwn
ttlilrli itoKiL-uniitrp will put you in Hit; way to
rnuLi. .-imaiiiiiiiili, ami not take half jnti llnie.
niuliilile for mi n or uomrn, lioya or Klrts mi'l
Is rullri.y uvr. 'I liou.uuiU v:ui uutv uriui
lnyliiK liimlneis, ami nmnnnt ineoiiw. This Is
the "rluiKS'oi'a lllelinii-," ami ll' toiittlllnot
iiiihriu'clt ti ll )niir Itliinl. I'orit'Uuriirliiae
lor hiiiii-worthy iliMrviiiitiers.,ii who iimls a
lii liln- liaml. Not iuri.e, Jrttelry, rolln r
liiiinmiir,l.iitii wire ami nuviriiuiniilnsl lui-inesH
iiiioiliinliy. Siiiiii(. lw, i ln,'iilni, Ac, Ac,,
me ceiil :il rot, 2ii i-riita, only In iiiliilinv Ii (
none riii-, ami i,om- ner, applv unless llieywuiil
In nuke .iiii jeir elnir IlilnUrrls ale nuk
inclliat, nmliiviitiinn.l "-.rrfi" will lioit tou
"how 'llml.m,. " AiMrt-r, III NIKIt.V t II ,
llllis.jle. N II '
POND'S
EXTRACT
l'ho Peoplo'fl Romody.
The Univorual Pain Ext notor,
Mot a :
Ak fur Honit- Cxtrnut.
Tnltn no otllur.
'Il.ui - Kir I will l'ruk of eti rllent Ihlutrs'
FOR
i iiJm leH tu Hun or Hi ml),
I'tillS llliiliis.
Htriilim, .-sprains I'oiitn
I Blum, lililucjllem.
t'ruclurcN, i.'iiih, Ijiirui
. tnl or IncUtsI Wuiiiiils
HelllllKsJ,iu,ii.i,Si-rtl.ls
Miiibiuns.
Illi'i-illliu; I. lilies, in
.Shiiiiiii.r iii, .ii.i
Vi.sc lllfcil, mnl llli-eil-lll)f
(illllis or 'In-Ill.
Viiilllntrif llloixl mnl
llluml) IIIki'Iiiiikss.
I'lli - lllinllllK I'ilia,
iiiiihI riu-o, (iiiuiiihif.)
'l'itilfmclii-,l.ar'lir,.S'i ii-
luU'lu, fiwelleil I'ui'e
Itlll-lllllllllltlll, ItlltlllllU-
lii'.sni llliiiriirSi.iriK-ji.
POIFO'S
uvmi) ti"n
ti. i um i
Mllltilis,s holiness
Sore Tlirmil nr Ouiniy,
IlllUllinl Toimll J,
.iilliuairo, ijoiii iiaeK
: (lllllliei'lll.
lll'OIII lll-
,! limit.
Sui-eiir Inll.iim.il lAeanr
Cje-liils
4'itlimli, l.i ll. milieu,
llUlll.r.l, 111 S ,-1 1 1 I ' .
1-1 - Nl(llll !, IllllllUiSlI
Un'.ii
rim I'lilnliil nr I. .ii I'loliut
Sli.iitliliin
DFHI '"" I erf, litaimn llii
I I.VII Ut O ( i., j m 'liiinoin
lililoe.t l'iiiiiilnliil,
HrMFnV Onttrl nml miii'.nrnry,
IVl.KII.IJ I , riiitlliiUH ami Ktroiln
II..H1 ui' llil'.iiila, oi
ron Ailultn
.tuilcoM. Veins. Kit
CVTFHNfil I buviiloi liiiluiieil Velim
LA I CnilHL ,.yrn, in, .Soiea, Im,,
. I mil IJIc. lall.Hln.
AMI jllolU, I'uiliiiiit-lisi, 'I'll-
rkTirtTt-n-KT a t- HIi'I'i ""' Hwi'lliln.'.
INTERN AL '" " ami lluniims, Chill-
I id or Sole Feet.
USE.
riiitlliiiiN.llai'iicbdiir SuJ.
ille lialld.
I'elini in Whitlow, r'riml-
ei I l.linlis or I'urla.
.tliii.tiitilii lllli'H, limcrl
HUiii;k, 1 'lut I . I HuiiiU,
l-0ti'Si .'l KAI'i' Is tur.'ililiyiill l'ls(.
I'liiss It i in;,; isis, it it. i ii, .iio.ii.M.tiit hy
all UiiVKlti. I'liytlcliiiis mnl eti'ty
li.tily who liim evi-t- le-eil ll.
I'liiiiplili-I luiiitaliiliiR lllatoiy iiml 11ms mull--l
I'liv on aiilluiliiai, II nut loiuul al yum
lliiik'KUt's
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
ft eit 1 in It nml I.oii,loii.
Il.i-r.li.illy.
t rir"-!""".:"." ! " ' - -"J ;
PUSSORIPTXON FREE.
BlOlt lln- ajm-ily rutii nf heinbml Wiul.iiejs,
Um! MuIiIioimI ainl nil illsgulir. I.li.illil
on 1 Imllirniiniia nr i-'oiSJ. All) llnifKl"!
Iiuii lliclnitrislltiiU,
AiMn-ns Di u' HILTON A (.ti.
l-?l-i.lvi-tv. (ai.clui.su, O
13, 1870. " NO. 3-25
!
i
i
JOHN ft. HARMAN &
Real Estate
AN II
KTOXJSE A.O-IDJSra-'S
COLLECTORS.
J0NVEYANCKR3, NOTAUIES VU.MC
AND
t.uud AifanU of tha IlUnoU Central nnJ
biirllnirton uud Quluey K. K.
Comuaiiloa.
North C or. titsth uud Ohio JLuvvo,
OA! ItO. ILLINOIS.
I. II. LYNCH H, J. II0IVI.KV.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
EUBAXi 3D ST ."1? .TU
AND
House AgAxvte,
3ollootors and Convoyancer9.
OPFIClS-At th Court Kouo.
PARKER & AXLEY,
QENKItAI.
Auctioneers,
House&RealEstate
!r'l-..fOl:ll illlenllon Klvi-ll III t.'lilli-etliiH of
I.Viiis nml sale ol' Ileal Knlute.'d
STOREROOM 100 Commercial
Avoimo, Ciiiro.UlinoiB.
n-ii-ir.
VAIIII.TY Nl'lilll:,
NTew-York Store
WHOI.K.SAI.Ii AND Kr.TAIl..
Xjai'KCHt
VARIETY STOCK
IN TnE Ol'VY.
Oooda Hold Vory Claso.
Ournor lUtb bl. anil Uomuiorcul Av.
RAIHO. ILLINOIS
C. 0. PATIER & CO
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET
CO
Healer III-
TTTIMCIBIEIIEL,
All klleU lul.l ami tun.)
FLOORING, HmiNO, LATH, &o
trilll and Yard,
Jornor Thirty-Fourtli Stioot and
Ohio Lovoo.
'V Af i'XrrP'-'wu.ti'llii'Vriy
-A 7lili l.ulU)lty ,.. nillk
l.e.lle' Nattaiiiria uml .Mj.iines llie nl.lesl
i Jluliir lnil lllimliMleil I'lilmlleulH In Auieilra.
eliey an-niiw llrl iill'eiiil In e.nuiu.ns ulm
Will, ll'lliey fieine mi iil'i ih')' ami ei lio.lte er
lllory. In- nul.lcil to hitioilnei! tetiiUirii llrrl-
rlust lllihlraltsl IViloilieils cmlisl Ions niiiny
llllnrt Imlrnnr wauls ami, wllh llieihrileo
fi ii.ii.hl i.i ,( uml lk.iuili.it I'hiiiiiiim, Ivi-n
hie nf en-tit In cirli iiiiiiinil i'iiKm iIIh i, le i n-
nlileil Ii sis me line or mule vtili"ci Ii.llnun In
tny liilnil)' in llu-li'ill .ltlrl. 'In skillful i'iiii
:l' tin lltlj will sivmei.enil'.IM ill l lilpliiyliiclil,
uml Itu-1. iu-vv.il i-iu )i vtiir will Li- asniiii'Do
ilc uly ami incnntM ruvrniie, .ii'lnHti iuicr
uml Hindi lil-ii.il i i nn nut uialnii'.ins ln
h.iine Hie It-rillory they ib'ilie l.ieaiiv.m Ad
itu , AKi iiey li lulllili-nt, Klank l.e.lle'
I'litili.liliu; llnii'e, ff.7 I'lail filurl, Xiw Veil.
l'MI)-i in.
CO.
Commission Merohantf
Ami llralrra In
HAY, CORN, OATS, PLOUB.
mil, MU, ,M,
Agenti for IktUK BAHB NW1U CO
'.Comae Tatk ittt ail Okla
P. CUHL,
- Kuclu-ltr
Flour Merc-ont
Millers' Agent.
NiiUHil.inln,,,
CAIRO, ILLINOTB.
Ay its.
9. D. Arm.
AYHES Sc CO.
t'luomi
AnJ gtncral
Oommiosion Morchants
No. 78
OHIO Z.EVEC.
L. D. THOMS,
Commission Merchant,
Ami ilrnltr In
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Foreign and Domeitfo Prulta and Nut
184 COMMERCIAL AVSMUK.
a-ctf.
I.fNVKANt'E.
0. N. HUGHES,
Geliclal
Insurance Agent.
ovricii
ozxxo
Ow Mttban DU'i.
2"0JE but t'ir.t-Claai C'ompanlrs nptt
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1868.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
tli'iieral
Insurance Agents
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Bultdlnfr, up-iUlri.
The OldtHt RnUbliabeil Atrmicy in Soul
rn Illiuola, ruprvaantiuir ovir
165 000 000
HAI.N'TANOOIIJW.
B. F. PARKER,
Uriilfr In
faints, Oils, Varnishes, -
tVull Paper, Wiudow Qlasn, Win
dow ShudOfl, 6iv.
Alwaya ou hninl, l,e i-cldnalnl llluu,li.llng
AII14U 4 Oil,.
UroNM' lutlctluK.
Oj,uer Klavanth Utraat and Waa'ila
tou Avanua
Q'CALLAHAN & HALL,
IRON, TIN
AND
Slate Hoofers,
j&JKKTL, XXjXj.
Rooting uud Guttoring a Bpeoialty.
Slate JlooAinu a Bpeoialty in
uny part of Boutbern
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Btovoa
and Tinware.
JofeMaK ProMPtly Dna.
'SALVE
Mtta
aa Muaia
rBUI
ILtjCMHI,
naia.M
aa.Ul.Dii
ORaji, Kto.
uaatali. Iltaaiku
., Itil
p.wliuaBi.1 Ctki.;t
Barclay Bro'a.,
Wholesale. Druggist
OAIRO, ILLS.
II '-My.
r7f II KJVVVWW
rm m Maa Mat aaaaaMaaaaaaai
PW yin...riu fc4T I
RfiMVtruiciiaaci:
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