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rcry lunny paper, anil the funniest thing
In It Is the tinmcof John A. Logan nt Its
head for President.
Thk Babcock case Is roIiij,' to bo oinc
thing like necchcr's. Uabcock Is prepar
ing n "statement" In which he will ex
plain his connection with .foj-ce, -Mc
Donald and other members of the ring.
the Cinclnnai.lt kf teWGtin iTen dol
lar a day it W 'fefd, will 'lie the price
charged for board there during the lie-
PubUMicotvflJ.ir a t J
lUpuMlcan newspaper, says: "It is
good deal ealer and safer to slang-whang
the ncmocrarrllian to bring forward
plan of getting back to the specie bal
Mr. Mai-.tix Urv "writes' to tlio Jonc
boro Gazette giving the manner of some
ofthesurrirorsot tliclilack Hawk war
in Union and Jackson counties and sug
gesung mat mew veterans nave a re
union at the next Union county fair,
Mr. L ry wa biauclt in the Black Hawk-
T - ft
Bask, agmfua.ot the Chicago
IkpuMicSKSStold .c revenue
officers "evcry.tiMJ!jarighta Repub
lican stealing whisky to arrest a Demo
crat with him." ft cannot be done. So
Democrat was admlttctl to the Kret. or
ihinsl In f tutiflip nf ,.1.1-1 .!..;.
It l P'TeiiKiieJipjWlxa RfpuMican
THE UVIAU AUC
Numbers lul and 10J3 of the .irinj
,(.;, Util respectively Feb. 10th anil
iCih,uaye hc following valuable con
tents IVesteyan Methodism In tVe-lev'i
Lifetime and after, by J. Llewelyn D.ivl.
pirt II., Contemporary Heriew: A Week
among the Marols ol .Lake Taupo, CVrn-
11 tf.l. , r . i
. i ik ji) iii in iri'iiicicr anu i ersc
phon, by Walter II. Pater. Fortnightly
Renes; Kprter's,iJCi, of Swift, Quarter
ly lUtitw; Goethe and Minna Ilerzlieb,
(Xnteinporary JUvUie; Rational Kxcite
meiit, Saturday Ileriew ; The intellectual
Qualifications for Chess, Spectator ,-SpclI-bf,
SiturJay Jteritw; Pjgeon Kngll.h,
fall Mali Gauttt; and the following cx
ctileftt serUli s Tlio Curute in Charge,
by Mrs. Oilplant; Her Dearest .Foe, by
Mrs. Alexander; The Dilemma, and
Ltft-Ilandtd F.!a. The usual choice
poetry and miscellany complete the two
numbrn. For fifty-two such nmubra
crtixiy-iuurUrg iu each, for more
tiun 3,00) page a year) the subscription
price (t$) li low, or still better, for $10 50
aay one of the American $1 monthlies or
wetUies is sent with the Liring Age for a
year, both postpaid. Little & Gay, Bos
ton, are the vublUlur.
nvnx H cam:.
Ex-Supenbor Munn, who has been in
dicted at St. Loui3 and Chicago for being
part ana parcel of the w hisky ring, ha
recently reiterated what he has before
said, that he Ii the victim ot design
lag men. Close ujwn Uils repetition
Mmc the Information that Solicitor l)lu"
ford Wilson Is an object of suspicion and
that his early removal from the treasury
department U not improbable. Tlie
St. IjouU .VwMiWj Washing
ton eptchi of yesterday say":
"Ex-Sufenbor Munn ol the Illinois
district Is particuUrly bu-y in making up
the case against W0u. Indictmenu
were found agahut Munn both at St
Louis and Clilcaco. and lie U the n..i
and la,t case at bL UmU, units, McKcc
win rtTCrV L'L't lifrw tri-jli
xm. Carpenter will defend him, and
Mmm ustcm that he can prove that hi,
indictment is the remit ol a plot tu,
tained by Itluford Wihon, origlnallv in
tended to Implicate Senator Lon'aml
w-Itepnseotatires- Fanvell and Ward ol
Chicago, the endeavor luring been made
o get cx-gaugcrs ol Chicago lo 8wear
to hdr connection with the ring in that
- lUn Is well advl.ed i,r ,uu ,.i....
o t yvnam ,and does not appear4 Uls
urbed, seeming raUitr to invite than fear
, ',"'Vnli a '"tie too lattidl-
of the Illinois shore opposite KHaTow
has caused great alarm to the cit.
." and thinks "thl, i.,.... .......
;;.:....:. l,,a".a" uw o the
XV". '' 'row'roiicoplooii the
"'.'"'"wngi It Is not half so
mporta,tt thU iuucturu that StI)Uh of
......... , viuuunau HionUl move
hlashoefuctory.to. tiilrv.or iat
of Phllaikluhla . should . . J
motor manufactorv to this city, as It w
"i me lanorer, the merchant and the
".niuiacturer already here bhould bo
"" "yon(i iK'nidvenluru In hi
'"""y anu his Interests. That
.utt, ue uonc. Wu ask of congrcn an
appropriation to ,i0 certain work In the
an galtl hino other
out, we U thlalr iiiiwlac to ttntst that
w iM not Md io bo doctored.
Tlio St. Louis Diipateh Mj-s that
tlicru nre two thlncs that Urnnt doesn't
like, sugar In liM whisky and Secretary.
rhlladelphia Enquirer, (Hep.) : ''If
fcxpects his resignation to be accepted ; it
lie has not resigned the country exnect
him to be dlmlsscd."
The tyiincy Whig says the men
tion nt Chicago of the names of
Mr. Hilstow, Mr. Wnshbtirno and
Mr. Logan in connection with
the presidency, elicited comparatively
but very feeble applause.,
-Qulncy, h'hljt. CcrtWn .It Is, that In
this section of, the State, so faros we have
been able to ascertain, the Ucnnblicans
arealmoit, if not entirely unanimous In
favor ot Mr. Hlalno as the Kepublleau
candidate for the presidency.
MaJ. Hen. Fcrlcy I'ooro. staunch ad
ministration man as he has been, say In
his ltostoitVoKvNif dispatches : "Secre
tary IlristowMa doing hN hot to kt no
fcuilty tuari Vaijic, but It is to Ik: feared
that Attorney General
bo overjoyed were President Grant
and .Mr. Uabcock over the news of the
acquittal of the General at i?t. Loul on
Thursday, that Mrs. Uabcock went into
hysterics and Grant danced and cracked
his feet together titl hi heels struck tiro
Says Carl Pretzel : "In Africa, when
a native tries to evade handing over his
share of the general revenue, he gets his
neau cneppcu 'smack oil the moment
he Is discovered. And yet there arc ;eo-
pic who say Africa ought to be clvilicd,
ATTOKSKY MKi:RI. I' 1 1: Kit IN
Some weeks ago, it was reported from
Washington that Attorney General Pier
rcpont had been much nuuovcd at the
construction w hlcii Itad been put on his
circular letter to the district attorneys
engaged in the prosecution of the whisky
trials, and that lie had then said that tlie
idea of the letter did not originate with
him, but with thePresident.who sent for
Him and told him he did not think the
testimony of Informers should In; given
such prominence by the proutlon, and
tli.it he wanted a letter written giving
specific orders to district attorneys in re
gard to the whole matter.
I. pon this. Attorney General Pierrc
pont addressed to the editor of the New
York Mraf.f the following letter:
The president has never cxnnesseilanv
puoIi dlsrintlifaction, nor hayu 1 made any
'excuse.' lior do I Intend to make anv ex
cuse. I nevcrdid. and never will, excuse-
any act ol mine, otlleial orotherwisc, by
throw ing the responsibility upon another.
I assume all the responsibilltv. 1 make
no cxeine. I stand by what 1 wrote, and
hen the facts arc cxnnuil.n tlmv wilt
be, which rwpjired the letter, the com
munity will understand it. It was n
purely official lcttcr,confldcutial-nsall of
Hcial letters are exposed by groes impro
priety. I only wish that those who criti
cise it would first read it, even without
tlie light of the facts which induced it,
and be assured that I take the responsi
bility and ask no LOVi r from the l'nsl.
Jlr. Charles Xordhoff, the Washington
correspondent of the Herald, who had
first conveyed to tne public the
information that Mr. Pierrcpont
had thrown the responsibility
of the circular upon the president, has
been at some pains, for personal reasons, ,
to discover who tho icr50i was who com-1
mitted the "gross impropriety"
of exposing it and of furnish
ing to the press it copy ol tho circu
lar for publication. If Mr. N'onlhoil" has
not succeeded, he has brought the matter
down to n very line point. The circular
appeared llrt in tlie Chicago 7Tiis of
February 1st. It is dated "Department
ot Jmtice, January iV and nppcarcd in
the 7Vi In its Washington db-patche
dated January :ilst, on the very day
probably that it went from the malls into
the hands of the district attorneys. Mr.
N'ordhoil has ucerlnlnetl that the craon
who gave a copy pi tho circular to the
Washington correspondent of tho Chi
cago Time was Mr. Kmorv Storrs. one
of Jiabcock'4 counsel, and that he at tho
name time ItirnMicd to the Timet' cor
respondent the information which nl.-o
appeared hi the 7Wa that tlie President
regarded with displeasure anything like
toleration of the lnlormers that he had
dctcrmrnetl to push the Indicted men to
the wall, and that Attorney General
icrrepont'rf letter had been written hi
obedience lo this de-Ire of the President.
As tho circular wai "a purely official
letter," known only to the President and
Mr. I'lerrepont. the iiucatlon i iIp.
elded 1, who gave a copy ol It to Jlr.
Storrj. UabuockVcoiiuecl; Mr. Lord. of
New iork, a Republican inember of con
gress, hut week introduced Into the
House a rcsoIution"dlrccling the attorney
general to rejiort by what authority and
iur wnai purpose he recently gave in-
siructions to his subordinates in contra
vention of a long established rule rela
ting to testimony of accomplice In crim
inal actions." The resolution was adopted
and a Washington dispatch of tlie 23th
aj s mat on Monday, Mr. Pierrcpont will
enu in ms reply to the House. While It
'" llx the responsibility of the circu
lar where it belongs, It Is not
likely that it will name the person guilty
ofth(j"gros Imprgpriety"ofextojlng It.
must be admitted that the history of the
Pierrcpont letter, a lar as known, i.re.
cuts one of tho most Inti rei.tli.fr i.Iku...
of, the. uhlky ring prosecutions.
- ur Indians, a negro and a white
mauaruto ,e hung at Ft. .Smith, Ar
Im, on Friday, April 'Jlst.
, ff Shw. " extensive woolen
r d n Mir "f, VVai"1' Mas.achusctH,
thousand ilollars. Still ,ey come.
jiiu nuiiwioril h ales' i.v.,,.,111,,..
oH-ned at .New Orleans yc.u iday. ilv.
i.timiitKn ui nmiana. wa to imvi, .i...
iiyereu an niidresii.
A Cincinnati polkt-maii naiuni An
.Ufouy Kemper, while taKliiL' n ilin, ,!..,
, ?.... ..y mc imme of John Zllar to hit.
2.5 u '""'r-J-y 'lfc'ht, was
"'KUlotkUuoi, receiving Injurltn ttom
the fall which rrsulled ItilliTi aileath on
sailor namcu , i uruox i
aeml nt New Orleans on Thursday night
Dy eottoB tnieres, wnuo mo latter were
stealing cotton from the hold of the
A widow lady named Mrs. Gilbert,
was brutally murdered near n town call
ed Mankato, Minn,, on Thursday ; the
perpetrator of the foul deed escaped, and
no catiic for the crime has been conceiv
The other day a man at Krle, Pn.
stole a railroad tic, and when golug
through his gate Willi It on his shonlder,
ho slipped and fell, the tie coming down
on his head and putting his light out for
ever mid ever more.
A Davenport, Iowa, merchant. Mr.
U. S. Whllcr, who failed tor $123,000 lat
ian, and uy his failure, caused the bank
ruptcy or Joseph Shield, a woolen mann'
lacturcr. also of that place, who had en
norsed for n hlstler to the amount of
20.000, win Indicted last Thursday for
forgery. hlstler was at one time one
ol the most prominent merchants and In
flucnli.il citizens In the city of linen.
Uileago Junrnnl, Frldav: A sad
dUatcr occurred on the liar
icni railroad last night. A
sleeping car lllled with pas jengers was
thrown from the track, wrecked and
burned. Mr. lllssell, one of the proprie
tors of tlie siierman house, Chicago, and
his son, were burned to death, aud Mr,
and Mrs. Francis Ticrney, also of Chi
cago. were mjureti. utner passengers
wero more or less hurt. Mr. Ilissell was
one of the propretors of the old Matte-
sou house, and was the brother-in-law of
W . F. Storey, of the Tunes.
The Hou-e committee on Naval al
. 1 - . . i . . ....
lair nayc conciuuei to report a bill pro
viding that hereafter all appropriations
for the naval service shall lie made setu
rate. Heretofore the appropriations for
the navy department have lieen made
In bulk, thus affording au opixirtunllv
for the practice of Irregularities, wiiLh
the guardians of the government trcas.
nry have concluded to put a stop to.
The bill will be under the charge of Uur
leigh, ofMalne, wlio took the first step
toward thl system In the lat congress.
Dan Maci-, writing about his exiH-ri-
ence with frotlers, sav: "We started
lier in the race, but she wasn't able to
beat nothing. A hymn of pral-e swelled
upward from the renascent earth, nnd
was carried fo heaven on the wings of
the iiionilng zephyrs, which gently agita
ted each glowing leaf, waving the golden
ears of the fast rienlng corn and ten
derly kissing each floweret, as all nature
drank in tho loveliness of dawn. I
brought out Lltch, aud, putting a saddle
on her, mounted her, aud, after speeding
her in the road, we all measured her
stride, and found it was 22 leet 15 inches.
1 won tlie bet."
Tho Woman's Centennial Commis
sion of Host on, gave a Centennial ball
In that city last Thursday night, which
netted over two thousand dollars. Bos
ton ft ucat ln.ut.lv . .u
whom were Gov. Held and his entire staff
The dresses of the ladles were extremely
elegant, tlie old style being largely In
the malority. "There were hundreds ol
magnillccnt old time costumes, which
were first worn more than a ccnturv
ago," says a correspondent of the Chica
go TAbnue, "Indeed, the majority of the
ladles uresecs, diamonds and laces wero
heir-looms from former generations.
The party broke up at two o'clock, and
hundreds danced the last waltz."
UpinloiiHur Ihc I're-.
(Cincixiniti (jucttt, lUp )
hope that the country's scape
Iroiu the additional disgrace of the con
viction of the President's conlldcntlal
secretary of conspiring with revenue of
ficers to teal tho public money, has not
been at the cost of letting escape one
who, If guilty, is the most guilty of all,
(CincinEitl CominMiial, Krp.)
We are not of opinion that the acijult
tal or Babcock Is due to his established
innocence or to the lack ot tebtlrnnnr
against him. It is due, flr-t, to tlie
charge ol tlie judge. This
was about as near as a Judge could come
to Instructing the jury to bring In a ver
dict ol not guilty.
(juiucj HtniM, Mcru.)
Babcock' moral guilt Is as thornuhlv
established as If the jury at St. Lou! had
pronounced agaluu him. Grant will
probably ret easier aft:r to-day In eoii"e
Miicnce or the verdict, but lil administra
tion will not soon recover from tho
damaging efluct of Its Intimate associa
tion with the caw, and the defence of the
"We the jury, find the defendant not
guilty." St. Louis Jury. "We, the
Ieople ot the country, hold him not
guiltless." Public Opinion.
Gentlemen of tho Jury, shake. We
don't agree with you, and tho country
won't agree with you, and It never will.
Hut shako anyhow, rshake for Bab.
shake for Mr. Grant because he did It.
All hands round.
(it fyjull liij.ubliaui.)
Wo think we are not wrong luassum
lgt hat the jwjpular verdict of guilty
wiilch had settled upon Gen. Babcock
was due ipille as much to the evasive, ob
jecting, technical defensor hi attorneys,
as to the direct character or the t ti
inony for the prosecution. In khort the
Scotch verdict of "not proven" would
have been one striking nearer the pub
lic sentiment than that of "not guilty"
(CIiichko Times, !! )
The circumstantial evidences cieated
au Impression upon the public mind that
Kabcock was not innocent; an impres
sion which tho verdict of the Jury has
not removed, nnd which it is not likely
will be ever removed. The verdict of the
public, which has watched Ihooaiciind
considered tho testimony on both shies
very tareftilly, Is the Scotch verdict : Sut
proven. It Is a verdict which leaves the
deleudant under a very unpleasant cloud
The frantic eB'orts or BalM.ock' w.
yers to get theso dispatches thrown out
were suspicious from the start, In thu
lace of the defendant's own reiterated
declaration that "Kvery telegram whh h
I sent will appear perfectly innocent the
moment I can he heard." He obtained
the hearing unit then agonized lo hide
the telegrams from the scrutiny ol tho
Jury, hut ho Is acquitted. He has sue
cceded. Hu will return lo be honored by
tho president and the circle which he has
adorned n't WiiOihii'lnn. Imf r.,n ....
word,!whon he uttered', tHtf woM .if m
- " ' w "vn inrsnipu fir itu
llty,iiiau escape.'? ;.'
Prom the beglnlng to the end thenltor
neys fof tho de?cnse conctl tl iSo
J, i i,- a mey wouiu,isfivo done had
iiii.ii jiicih b escape irum,
iR-nded not on his. hino
breaking down and exo
. out upon
M .1... ...t
denco offered to prove him y. When
.i001"!' 11,0 S?."V"72fa9 prepared
for the prompt acquittal of Babcock. but
nls counsel dragged it out by their objec
tions to the Introduction of testimony,
letters nnd dispatches, by bng arguments
uu iraimuii pomis ui mi, nnu Dually by
iiuiuus closing Fjiei'ciies which were
uiiiieecsRariy eiaooroie nnci vcrboe. it is
n ii'nw.l.. ,1. .. . .1 . .11.1 .... ...
,. nvmia UIUI llll'J- Ulll IIUI HI llg way
seriously prejudlcv their client's case.
i ncro was at no time during tho trial n
uisposltlon on tho part of the counsel for
tne uciciisc to throw an tne doors open
and Invito the whole world to contribute
ol Information, in whatever shape- it
might come, ns if comment of their abil
Ity to demonstrate tol. Babcock' Inno
cence by n compute exposition of his
personal accounts a .1 actions. Had such
a courso been adopted, the verdict of ac
quiitai would have been of greater satis-
lacuou to nis iriciuH.
it trv mtii leiiny u uit i-oimiariir ortlie "iw
I'lC'.'iwiirr," iheMjr an-lcl lUnucr. 1 1 tit
ar, a Urge s sc w c.lumnjuir. llliHIra't.t,
aim iiur nil rilJ niiiij, viocin, IJU4. MKIIH,
wit, humor, an l n columiu Urtutnl to 1U
"Kosuc (otrfr. or niw or Swindlers,
iuacl., mt lliiiii.'i.A. Ill tir allull Itir
lwetiinil moil iw.-iiurornll tlielilcnry iir.
ISeoil byt5i.Ui 'clIitcd ftibicrlW-re.ettabli.il-nl
and netcr uiwnl,oriiU to aiiron
time' It Is a uailly frleiul," ami aititiiilile
lamny iuier i ae you iroiu u-inc ui.
(lltilaml flw y-1" iuoji m-iuiiimi itwlln
t li.tl. cmr I all UOt ti diilLrlt. N'lIU
TPrtlll afalW 'lrneh ehromo. arvcivu
UUll'lil.E tixtrery one SI for tlie ISatinrr
lor iio im are norm i incli, aicl mc
ieaiiiir, an m uuicu rvauy 10 iian? uriraiuo
Keailer, mnant the llannrr, you inuil try It.
It cu cry Kitle, only ts cenn a ),rr iur -ter,
or Si for l(r and four UutirulfxMclini
mnc. all sen" I'rtijalil. .-int ttir inoullii fir
only! vi. I kv it at o.Nct. J-nnl fur .-.iiiii'li'-,
or Mttr. lUcentj ami rrcelie It "1 mt A.I-
,r,, llA.VNtl! CO , lllnilale.N. II,
V. I Ik-illnr 21 llmn.M..I.I u. IF........
M.ii (Isilallytlni'pliiRliiindmlaor Iixm anil
liai-liU-r ol ji,i.iiili Koo.li all our the I . s,
Slu'.im worth i t Ifiild .Ii w i lrj-, HImit-, I'Iih,
SrK. Chain, lliuini. Ac .t . , .1 1. Mi,,r
and rijti'l Wjrr, C'ullery, l.lavnaiv. I'aiiey
iwl'. (lVaMlcln) ami nil ili'urrihlioiit. Kin,.
Tml, CofT., (.rwt riM, iVrniiiiery, I lair t lit.
oau, AC, AC .ho.v',mi oook-ul allkiuu,
1 tiff K"U iim
(".tr1li ft ...
1 "it-acli ami II at tho .rlrn i vrrvwhirf
i-l uc arc tilling tArrylliiiif; nt u- iHiinilnr
irim of onlv ohc tiLi.ii' it .1. n,.i,i..i
lolriim tentliy lo I lie UniflUor our trit-Jl faU
ami In ouria'r liunilnil nf letli r nrr i.tlnli-1
from oiirinlrona In Hie lost tlin ti-.m. Ui-jil-
er, you ran sav nioni'y.you run niaki- tlupi :n
luraie.Ji'ifewiiriT, ll you ileal till ill. W o
wain BRfDH i rrj I" re. Wo uiy laruoroiu-lui-tloiH.
No rlL, no caill:il. i.ikhIi ,cnt(
(I. I) Ultll lirlvilr'f ormvlnir l.n,ii. i,lv
Se ml for Hill CiiLilnirut'. i lc , Irtr. M ini now'
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Oer Wathna TThl'l.
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S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Ktlonal Bank Baildlsg, up-iuln,
The Oldaat EaUbliahed Agency in South
m Illinois, repreaentinic ovtr
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, OHIO LEVEE.
No in Old,, Um-,
BOX and BASKET CO
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PLOOniNO, BIDpiQ, LATH, &u
Ml unit yrd,
2ornor Thirty-Pourth Stroot und
Sm'l E. WILSOIT,
Cor. KtKlith:st. mid Ooinmorciul Avu.
REPEKEKCE3, iy PSKHIBSION
Vf. llllli nhoi.Mi A , , w M,.r
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MAln IfRffFWPJ MlIflfiHliMil
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FFvEecnf2ftnn.?vi'?iVCPHU.lli.Kt,f V. f 00,1 "S1. "8 you would wlnh to MUfilto fo.
zZXvkl em anil ivorvbody araoked thorn. Durlni? tho wur irold wont untonoo
their own" WhvSMIM.SfJ0?Wl,'iy,i a.Ia "" "P ' bnok' " m to 'ohl
mJmiKJ iniHii1 Biti i' vin'f' 10 n certain oxtent, to tho mtvnnccd coat of
mnnumcturo in nlclllod lalior and Oovoriimfiit tax. hut ton still iwntnrnvtmitt
n rccUeuloua fanhlon of foollm: anhaiuod to cull for u n vn e?nt Cliinn ; 1
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Uvu the rule. I.y ellino vlisrli I Uar al ILcmiiik mu n- hit, flf mi, , Vr ii linx
uw"T;llVll!rl.ut",' "; "r '", "n,r' ' " i.. u lnnitniru ol tl m -lu , the en,',.
Civ-o tliom a Trial and loo Conviucod.
Sole Agents, Cairo, Ills
Importer nnd Wholesale Dealor In
Wines and liqia.rs,
uniu liJUVJUJU, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koopa n ftill nt'ick of
Monongaliola,Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
WAr mim AND (UlilFORNU WrNTBS.
ONLY $1.25 k YEAR.
' ffy 'i"MWM an! rniwin
wiiom:s.im: Jittu i:itK.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AQENTS AMERICAN roWDEE CO
57 Ohio Invoa.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 70 OHIO LZVEE.
QI'KCIAI. atti-nlloii given toconsli'iirnenla mi I
ij IJIIIlii' Onlera
MT. CARBON(Big Mtitlrly)
OrdorB Tor Coul hvilm
ion, or in lioRuhoiwlii, for nhipmont! ,
sromptlv nttoiuloti to. j
.....v.., t j ti m;i cii ;
'!e'lJy "y qunniliy, uy 1110
month or your, nt uniform rnton.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMl'ANY.
IjallMay llro.'uiillleu, No. 70 Ohia mic
IliiUlilay llrn.'H wliai I lio.it.
-i I'.Kyi'iiuu Allllii, or
Al il; L'iml inn..!., r.u.i f -I-,.. V....11..1. i ,
' . .
tj-l'ost OlUce Drawer, 'M
hln. ry nn- enaMrd lo iual.c ll.cnln.yr lol.raU.I
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
I T1I J1E5T and CIIKArEST WJOOlf MAN
MANUPACTOEY, OHIO LEVEE
Hear Thirth-Fourth Stroot
tilXTH BTEEET, Eotwcon OniO
LEVEE AND COMMEHCIAL
Manufaituros hla own Jlorao Hhooo and
can Auimru OooU Worlc.
, PA TRONAOE SOLICITED
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Slalo Roofiitifj- a Spooialty in
nny part of Southern
Mfjhtninf; EotlH, riunpa,
iTnltlitiu: Pi umlM ly Dmio.
m Fresh Meats
Ilnlwiinn Wiiihlnuton mnd Commnrclal
1 11 U Avnnuea, uUJulninir lfnimy'ii.
li r.i.r.-i inr m a imwu'
Ili-f. I'nrk. Million
ix via . Ijiiiiili
ImovI tt mvt' J'uuillita lu ui utxipijilito niumicr
miiiivi ii. ti. . nun in iiitt
r"- i ' ff fMir 1 'ftf J I f 1
Leading Journal .of Sontliorn
Will htwi.H.i.tl j- oii(i.- ll,,- pollrlci ol 1U
ltr,iMI(in i.nty, mill ri'ftln lo lie trim
v t r f . J . 't
melldil ..-ill A 111. Mllnnol nHyVlIo.iie In tlir
I leiuonrfitlc riiKUilxitlon.'
ll lic.li'i tliRl tlie linilillcnn jmly lm
Inlliili-tl lit mlwlnii, um) tliitt the De-lnc-i
ratio ii.-irty a uyw uinilj,tlioiilu 1'cre
torrd lo power.
It lifllovM tlie HmIIcM tTMiiny that lio
for Hvvirel yctn lOiiiiniHciU tbo .''ouUi
'fljfiiild bo overthrown anil tUc people r.l uit
SoiillnTii Stnte" prtinltle.1 to control then
It lictlove tint rallro.nl corporallou
nhoulil lio prolilliltcil liy lrcl!Mlvr rr.arli
mtntji from o.xtoitnc anil uiyiully ui.mt1iii
Inatltigln tlieir lni-lncw Imniacllnrn wlt'j
It rccojnle the tnuallty ol all men
fore Hid law, '
It ailvoeates free counacrcc Urlll to:
It advocate! resumption of specie pay
went, ami uonci-t piynicnt oT ttic public
debt. ' '
It ailvocate economy in tho ailmluUU a
tlon ol public fid air
AS A NEWSPAPER
Tlie lltillctln wilt pulilloli all tlin lov.'ii new.
of Cairo, ami a variety ol Common lal, Po
litical, l'oreliin and tluiieral N'owj, ami in-
ileavor Id plcaoo all luMen nml lnlcrcl nli
Ik ii thirty-two loiiiiiin pajior, Invnii-licil lo
Hulicrlliern lortlio low'prtco of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
IMiUkc I'rojialil, It U llio 1'licapi't.l paper
in tlio Wi'Ht, ami U n pli'akliij; I'll otuio
Vl'ltor ntnl Kainlly (.'ompanlon.
Cannot (ail lo fi'O tlio v.--Ualcil ImlmC'
mcnlHotlVri-il liy Tlio llnlletln In lliu wny
nl eluai anil iirollt.ililii iilvurllrcinciilr.
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