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ije $ 111 Infill.
TIip new constitution rnininnml
M i-,,m',rt .if every rMtwIflW? Jimrnnl
the
In
Ill!r.o!,MWl't,,rlii'",m,f tcn. Tlio
orpojitlon of tlif I'ulf dcv.cn springs
nitre from desire to exchnngp oWnrlty
'for tmrnriablo notoriety, tliMi from miy
wi'll-protindeil direction to thn now In
strumeM. no of thoi despot-nto sWt
ileriJesM "Idiotic" the following declnrit
- tion of tlio "Mill of Hlghta" a deeliirrdloti
HtliRtwiN command thn lniliiriometit of
ovcrjr'lionMt,, unprejudiced voter In the
?Suteof Illinois:
Sic. 19. Kvcry person oughT to And u
certain remedy In tlio liiw for ull iujurlus
nnd wrongs wfdeh ho nmy receive in his
eron, property or reputation; ho ought
to obtain, by law, right nndjttstlco freely
nnd without being obliged to purchase It,
completely nnd without denlhl, promptly
Mtid without delay."
The saiiic odltor.urgoi the prolmblo mi
ncxntloh ofjSt. Domingo, and the largo
negroyoto In soino of tlio Southern states,
us additional reasons u liy I lllnoN hJhhiIcI not
have a new constitution I Tho part played
by tho lamented Douglas nt tho outbreak
of tho rebellion; tlio adoption of tho Tlo
bMtutn; the success of tlioj Itomans In
tho old 1'itnlc wnrs. and the killing of Tc
cuuiich will also ho nrrnyed ns potent rea
sons wliA tho new constitution should he
'knocked "hfghor'lhan nklte;" but tho In?
indications aro that nt least 000,000 of our
t vTotlng "Suckers" will be. unnblo to appro
'cinte their forco. Tho obtuscness of the
maMos.wlll ruin the State I
- -,
TllK LAST A JIO.V.V.I J70.V.
Tho last and greatest nbomluntinn Is tho
so-called Enforcement act of tho Forty
first Congress. Tho principles upon which
it is founded nro essentially vicious nnd Its
assumptions fnlo. It assumes that tho
people are fully determined to disregard
i thn ' Fifteenth amendment, nnd that -'
sumption involves another, cither that the
jwojilo nro desperately vicious or that tho
Htnt'iidment Is unwise nnd wicked. It ns
sunies that tho people arc not to be trusted
toobservo thn law themselves or to choose
oOlccrs who will enforce it; that the otll
cers chosen by them who take n solemn
oath to support tho Constitution of tho
- United State nro less likely to oh-ervo
Unit oath than olllecrs npjiolnletl by tho
President; that State judges nro more
corrupt er les consclentllms than tho pol
iticians appointed to judicial positions by
the Kxecntlvoj that Juries selected from tho
laxly of tho people, under .State laws nro less
likely to do tlielrduty fairly nnd honestly
than thosn select fcMtrarllv by I'iited
'HUilrs marshal ; that a man Is more likely
to liavo n fair trial far from hli homo
urnong strangers than he it among his
neighbors where hu is known; that the
testimony of n prosecuting and hlresl wit
ness Is less dangerous lo liberty mid justices
where he Is not known than where ho I
known, nnd latly, that n Federal court,
sitting in one corner of nhirgo district or
.Stale, is more likely to arrive at just con
clusions ns to who is entitled to voto in
tho remoto precincts of the district or Stnto
than n. State court would be sitting in tin)
Immediate neighborhood wherd the ques
tions arose and where the parties and facts
arc well known."
That these assumptions nro Insulting to
the Intelligence of the pvoplu and In their
length and breadth moit lnfnmouly false,
nro, facts tliat nro patent everywhero.
Founded iijioii an insulting distrust of
tlio American people, Imposing severs) and
unusual penalties, subjecting the innocent
to tho mercy of tho corrupt and vicious
and otrering n high premium for faKe
Mvcnring, the Amendment l.nw Is the
inott cxvcrsblu and damnable, enactment
that over disgraced the tatutn books of our
nation. Hut why dvuounco It? The peo
ple's necks are in the tyrant's yoke, and no
burden, no indignity can nrou-e them to
resentment or an assertion of elf.repect
ns American freemen. They nro sold to
cruel, relentless ldol lt them alone.
-
BQf The JSadicnl wln- idUr arviiot aiu-
lous to elect Jtadiculs toolllu mi principle.
. TheyV simply wish to beat the Demo
crats, nnd in'order to do this tiro willing
to take any Democrat who will prostitute
himself to them. 7ow we don't object to
sny man's running for whatever olllce he
wants to get nnd thinks ho Is able to fill
Nor can wo quarrel wilhn Democrat who
i'-os tit, for reasons satisfactory to lilm
self, to go nnd Join the liadlcals. Hut, in
all things, let us have gixxl faith nnd call
things l,y tholr right nninos. Let no
Democrat In ltiidiwil njiparel lo called
"independent. ' Isd no iiadlcnl in Dem
ocrsilc apparel lo called "n reformer.1
. All we ask Is a fair light and a square
"SU. We dislike to mix either our poll
tics or eur liquor. "Wo prefr kith
tralBlit.
fcpViiuUaiioy. the Jtadiculs, and Is
"Hy adUlc,u.Mll(, fuct f0Mja.MI ,0 ,.
te.npl.te, I, of t,i(J iWtv xmmUll
Ic-mocrtle ,tJo,Uy Ht , rul.tlU Ncw
ork election, lhltlv
talnod outside of tl Hy of York.
Jtha. bcenthou.iuo,, to say thut JW
era c triumph. Ift tUt 8tMe nru
l ft, ' W,dulm tU cities ; In.t
U i is now apparent tUt w)loW
rovolutlonlred, and lUdkaV,,,,, utwriv
- destroyed within Us borden.
jjumner anu neveu as tn next ltudieal
f sjresUontlal ticket Thoodoro Tilton pre
fers Butler and Heveli, Jtovelt stock it on
the rise decidedly. Colfax Is clear out of
' -'tbs ring.' He Is as little thought of us
Grant.1 'The liadlcals nro ikk and tired of
free love and gift horses. They want
something fresh, und ltevels Is nTrtnl( as
daisy And twice an odorous,
flay-Tho Itndleal journals nro tilled with
sneers nt tho Funinn movement nnd ridi
cule those cngngod in it. Taking its falluro
for granted, they nro tumble to coticcnl
their gratification. This is ungenerous.
AVhntcvcr may bo thought of tho wisdom
or the practicability of tho movement, the
enthusiasm nf men In ncnuso prompted by
a love of their native land nnd n desire to
smito its oppressors, oven though misled,
is entitled nt least to respect. Hut what
can be oxpected from men who, from mer
cenary motives, support and npplaud tin
administration thnt docs everything to up
hold n despotism like Spain, and has no
word of encouragement for those strug
gling ngaimt oppression either In Cuba or
elsewhere ?
CtaTTho llritlsli navy numbers Tt'.t ves
sels, ours only '2011. In our navy are only
8,600 men; in tho Hrltish 1 03,000 men. Yet
the estimates sent Into Congress for (our
navy department this year amount to $28,
1205,(171, while for the Hrltish navy last
yenr tho estimate was only $l!l,lt83,000.
Why is It that the navy of the United
States costs from three' to four times as
much por man enlisted us that of Great
Iiritnlu?
If wo had In our navy depnrtmcnt tho
honesty, economy and system which tho
Uritlsh have, tlitf wholo cost of keeping
our littlo navy afloat, ns shown by the
comparative expenditures in the two coun
tries, would bo just 180,000, instead of
0,076,000. This department Is certainly
maladininlstorod, and from this i6 uno
omntt. This administration cunnot es
cape tho maledictions of history.
The Churehman (Kplscoiml) drops
tho following gontlo hint, like oil upon the
troubled waters. We commend it to tho
broth ren In the faith : My decided con
viction I, thnt harmony nnd ponco would
reign in nil the .Southern country, If polit
ical adventurers, having no abiding-place
in the South suportod by tho bayonet
would withdraw nnd leavo tho Held lo the
ministers of tho gospel of Christ, of our
own and other denominations."
Crflf" lllsmarck has proposed lo ull the
governments of Knropo that they join
with him to miik'o common cause, and
united ell'orls for the suppression of pi
racy in Chinese- waters. Tho only piracy
that Is populnr with the kings nnd princes
of Europe Is the kind of piracy they Inflict
upon their poor down-trodden subjects.
BfjTMr. Morrill, the radical senator
from Vermont, in a speech in the sonute,
recently assorted that but for theunswerv
Ing valor, patriotism nnd gallant conduct
ofOen. Frank Illulr, Missouri, in tho early
period of Iho rebellion, would have been
nrrnyed with the southern confederacy In
the attempt to dismombertho Union. Yet
Frank Illulr cannot vote in Missouri with
out Inking tho iron-clad oath I
ftay A radical newspaper rejoices to
learn thatu mob of radleal'iiegroes nt Mid
way, Ky., recently prevented u preacher
from conducting service nt n church, be
cause he voted tho democratic ticket ut
tlio late election. The radical leaders, It
would seem, nro still 'Vducullni; tho
negro." Oh, yo they still say, "give the
negro n chance. '
65jrTho 'Mlft, Human Catholic orgnni
speaks of "Mr. A. Cleveland Coxe, u luy
mun, who culls himself Hisliop of Western
ew lurk," and in further allusion to the
same reverend gentleman, ploasantly re
marks; "Mr. Oixo calls himself a blsho
of tho Catholic Church mid u colleague l
mo ititiiup oi I tome, with us much or
nearly ns much propriety ns .Satan might
call himself a l'rlni.-o of tlio Kingdom of
Heaven, and u colleague of St. Michael,
'
day Tho O'Ncll useupndo nt l'igeon
lllll has. started tholoklst nil uror the
country. One oftliem eetsotl'the follow
ing :
Jack o'.Vellnrnt up Hie hill,
Ttif Mooily CViiiiokn in nhuiKhti-r.
I tn t Ju'keaiiiKbisi k in a U. hiM-k
MiU'li Hionrrthsn litunixMrr. '
UrTho I'rovldenco J'rtas .having in
quired if ( rant's attack of cholera morbus
wustho result of too freo Indulgence in
lriih stow, the Now York Commercial
(rep.) says; "It is posslblo that his pun
ishment may hnvo thus originated; for
if
he had beuu a more faithful ktuwurd there
would have been loss stew,"
In Alabama they tux a Oeorglu lawyer
fort dollars every tiins hu attends one of
tho courts of that state. Tl-o Ocgrgia law
vers nro taking steps to test the constitii'
tionality of this assessment. If they fail
to procuro a decision ngttlmt It, they pro
pose to charge their Alabama clients addi
tional fees to make good tho amount the
tnte taxes them.
CsjT Tho hidden wealth of tho Stnto of
Illinois is made known to somu extent by
tho fact thnt her coal fields contain more
than one thousand billion of tons of coul,
llng nlHHit six times us much us Great
Hritain, und fully one-third of till tlio
coal in tho United States.
. , ,t, , ,
ar-lii the mutter of railroads, the
State of Illinois stands ut the head of tho
list. AYo huvo in this Statu one inllo of
rullroad to every fourteen miles of torrl
tory, und In live years inoro will liavo ns
many mlh-j more, In Franco they have
only one mllo of road to every twenty-six
of territory,
Tho largest sheet of paper ever made in
this country wa, made a few days ago ut
one or tho eastern mills. It was four feet
wide and Jtwenty.flvo miles long, und is
supposed to have been manufactured for
Mr. Seward expressly, to enable him to
write u letter on thu Alabama claims and
Alaska territory.
The Cairo '"Bulletin,
&i5?A bill for general amnosty, wo hear
has been prepared,, juid will bo presented
In both brunches of congress during tho
present week. There s u strong fv-ollngon
tlio part of many republicans to pass it,
but it will bo desperately fought by tho.
Drake und Morton faction.
ttSy-'Whlttctrrore, according to tho New
York Sim, dines with the negroes 'of his
district in their cabins, and kisses all tho
women of dusky color ho meets. ,And,"
therefore, AVhlttemore has been re-elf cted,
A hint by which 1). "V. Munn, Ksq,
may profit. "
A .Hcstn Rndleal Bodge to Catoh
t.'SSI
Negro Vote.
Prom the Nw Tork Herald
At ii recent election1 of; the town com
missioners in Cliejtertuwii, Maryland, tho
negroes curried the day by ono of the
meanest species of fraud thut the fifteenth
amendment has yet produced. According
to tho charter of the town nil voters nt a
town election nro required to bo free
holders. Out of on ci hundred nnd fifty'
darkies who desired to march to tho polls
not more than two or three could point to
n foot of land they possessed,.
Hut this being tho first election nt which
tho negroes woro to vote In Kent county,
the emergency required that thoy shoufu
deposit tholr ballots, right or wrong. Hence
the fraud worcferto. It happened that there
wni ono negro In Charleston who
owned a small und worthless patch of land
udjucoht to thu river. This ho divided
Into lots of ono foot squsro and mado1
deeds of it to his fellow colored woujd-bo
voters.
As n consoquonco ono hundred nnd fifty
negroes, representing just ono hundre'd
and llfty feet of hind, went to the polls and
claimed and secured votes as free-holders
and elected tholr ticket. Tho wholo thing
which throws tho repenting frauds of
Now York entirely in the shade was en
gineered by radicnl politicians. Natur
ally enough, tho bona jile free-holders of
Kent county nro highly indignant nt tho
outrage; but there appears tube no help
for them, mid they aro obi Iced to look for
ward to the day when a "wlilto man will
be as good us u nigger" in reality.
The W. It. Arthsir Htlxiire.
t I'm m tku ht. Louis UiitiMlrn Mb.
CiipL Harry Brolasll, of the steamor W.
It. Arthur, furnishes us with a 'detailed
statement of the detention of thut steamer
at Helena, Ark., on her last trip down,
and of the proceedings of tho U. S. mar
shal and deputy marshal, and his own ac
tion in departing from Helena whllu un
dcr arrest.' Cnpt. llrolaskl offered n bond
in thu sum of $10,000, with .Messrs. Cool
ridge & Hogers, of Helena, ns sureties,
Hut Gen. Cattersou. of littlo Itock. tele
graphed from Little Hock "Accent no
noun on i no Arxntir: noiu uoai ui an naz
nrds." Finding thnt nothing could bo
done, Cant. Orolaski ussumud the rcsponsi
bility ol leaving thu landing with tho
deputy V, S. marshal on board. Yester
day a bond wus tilled out with tho name
of some of our wealthiest citizens ns bonds
men, nnd to-day tho Arthur will again
leavo this port lor Now Orleans. AYu feel
assurrci.maiiipi.iiroiasKi win no triumph
antly suituliieU In liiscourso which resulted
In thu II rot arrest, and acquitted of blame
on nil the charges when tho causo comes
iipberorotho U. a. district court.
Mnrr Corporal Piiulitimaitt
Thetlnlesburg Frtt J'ws, of Muy 30,
"iieurs, iroin u source which cunnot Do
iloubteil, that a certain school teucher In
this city wus, quite recently, guilty of n
mo.t inhuman act of cruoltv. It socms
that one of her pupils, n JJIttlo boy, about
H years or age, nail committed somo xitty
miMicnienuor, ami, niter wnipnitiK mm
iiultu Mivendy. shu furtheroj his punish
ment In the following manner: Khe obllg'
cil him to stoop over In such n manner
thnt his head should hum: down nnd hi
back should be completely bent, allowing
lilm no support wnntever, except tlio lore
tinner of the lefr hand, which sho suffored
him to rest upon tlio floor. In this ter
ribly torturcsomo post nro sho forced him
to remain for hnlj mt hour, and, when
thnt time hnd passed, tho victim to hor
slni'ular cruelty was Insane, lncrcdlbl
ns it mny seem, nothing as yet hns been
donoto legally Investigate this ense
Tlir Calm Tobacco Fair.
From llin Mt Carnirl HegisturJ
Wu publish to-day tho premium lis
of tho ".Niiithcrn Illinois Second Annua
I'remiiiin Tnbucco Fair, to bu given in
Cairo, Illinois, nt thn Planter's Tobacco
Wurohoiuo, Thursday, dune 9 1870," to
which wu direct the attention of our reu
slew. If wc mistake not, this will bo tho
best thing of the kind ever held in tho
.State. The premium offers nro liberal.
ami will be paid in gold, Cairo is rapidly
iiecouiint! a ureal tooitcco mnrKoi ami ere
long, will hu tho hoad-ouurtun of tho wait
for the "noxious weed.'
mill 7iRD.
kwiii:h
BY
OTIO
MARBLE WORKERS
Designers
.........AND ,
IMFOHTKHS OF ITALIAN MAHULE
NCUTCH (1KANITB, stc.
WA1IKHM)M AND WOHK BIIOP.COIINKK Or
TlllltU AND HT. ANN HTUKKTH.
OWJRWSBOMtO, My.,
Moniimpiilt. Vaulm. flruve Htones. Manllri.
t'l'imbliik.'. etc.. eifcutnl wllh siinerlor aork-
UMiiatiip, at low I'll prices.
KncllMi. (li rmnn and llcbrrvr Iftteriair done
luttie brut title,
MarU amf (Irunlln Flcures. Ir Die lx! avulrv-
i.. i . ... i
aii wotk KUMranioeu.
Korilealgni, apply to
CJAIlIi I.. THUHAN, AgcuU
IViriier Kluhlh H tree I and Couimeiclal Avenue.
niaylilnuOm
mmi
amvi h sIi.vi:hiii:kj,
.....mAT thk
CIO CITY BOOK BINDERY
la prepared to
Mnniifuctiiro Jllunk Hooka und do ull
kiuilxor ilook Ulndlng uudltuliutf,
73 OHIO LUVEE.
JUDICAL,
L
Tlin IH'.ST AM) .SIIICIINT
KOfUDY OF Till: AUK.
ENDER'S
CHILL CURE
S v
Contains no Qnlnln or Arienlr,
'la siot VnplcaMnt tn list Tastrt
Vohlldren wltl lakt) It ivlllioisl liralla.
T Ho.
Tho public and msny eminent physicians, aller
n Inlr trial, pronoiinco It tlio (
Best Medicine Known
Kor tho rpeedy and
SURE CURE
itiMtiOir
FEVER AX A QUE
AND CHILLS AND FEVER.
Chill .and Ferer aro csused from a certain
poi.nn exlillntt In thn utmo.phrro knnan as
mslarto. 11 radUces Ilia Misliiy of Ilia bloorl
retards (he action ol lh illtlerent organs, anil
causes UillintuineM, C!o"tlptlnn, etc., anil in
this way prepares the system fnr any illsuase of a
more serlnun nature which may follow. Tn ntoid
further trouble, anil rrllcru ynuisrlf of luia
ulsease, lake
JEIDEK,k4 CIIIIiL CUIUJ.
It slliniilalea the orsns to prlortn Ihnriliflerent
functions, and acts as an nntlilom lo tne ioion
wlilcn causes th Kerer anil Affile, ami lliereby
restores the system to health ainl tone: Kiel a soo.l
lonlusuch oa
STOMACH SITTERS.
Will (It strength anil appetite, will destiny that
feeling of wennnes thalrllnKs so lenwioiisly to
any one when recovering frnm this ili.ni.e. ll la
hlxhly rvenmmenaed for the eurn uf Hispepsln,
TKHA1.K WKAK.XKMN,
And fercoiiKIK.enlils, bronelillls ami cnntiiinii
lion, ii ii net to surpassed. A.t A TIIMU
llKVKltAflKllli lUequalli-il. anil Is a sum pre
ventira against Chills and Ketir If taken reu-
jDr. F. II. Eiulers, Vn.
ducali, Ky.
For RalehyBAilOliAT HltOrt.. Ohio Levee.
IJ00KS.
IlIIi: CiKKATKNT M'OIIK
THE AGE!
A Hook Invaluable to Grocery Keepers
hvery produeo dealer, evuy dalryinnn, every
Wlllll, rii-l, llinilIJM.-ll,.r, I'lVIJ uiiiii ,
cannoi Milord to Ui wntioul It,
Xt OoxitA.lza.sss
The surest an Innly rerlaln method to keep t-gg
fresh aoil sweat for at least on. year. The '
Is leas than half I. cert er dnteu, nml by llu
inelliiMl OKI'" IsiUfthtnteiKhtnnd tea cents doc
en during ihn siiiiiiner, cms Im l.. and sidd In Hie
winter for frniii thirty In llfty emits. When otieu
Knowu
ThU Method Mill Tnkc the 1'lui-c u
All Ollier.i
IT IIUKH NOT TAHMINII TllK KI1U
Orsivoll thaatinsaranee of aire, and when olloriil
fur ali' lleaaiiul be told either by nppvnranco or
Xt OontAlnss
Tho U l n-celnl etvr nubllahail for rendering snu
and runciil biiuvr pcrficll) sweet, and also how to
give n uniiorin una nuitirai color 10 wane nilii
atreaked buitrr, and the best manner of mixing
uiiii rrpnrHiiitfuuiivr luriuaravi.
Therw Tito ItecflptH Alono arc U'orlli
llHiidreds or Dollars.
IT TBI.I.II Thn cheapest nnd In s! mode
iniiiufiujurliiK washlns eoineouniU. llrni
make hard and soil sw.p, Inks, candles, palnta
Varnishes, semtnta, und Uiklug poadera.
IT TKLIJi llow tn clarify honey o as to sell
lur nrany mivv ihv vuniuioa enri.
IT TKI.I.M Thn Uti-st and tx-st mode of salt
ins alio curing imias nnu all Kimia or meal.
IT T:i.lJt How lo dyerlolhraofull shadra
anv iiiissii'uiora.
IT SJIVRH Valuable reerlpis foreurlng burn
ores. cuts, lelons. frost bites, cancer, ear iw he
tooth u he, riair worm, with hundreds of other
newand suliiable methods, with full directions,
ao iiiai any onu can usu nieiii.
IT TKIXH How In lake fruit stains, ink stains
Iron rust stains uud aliit stains from clothes and
aim ureases.
IT TKIXN How to counteract frost upon (rets
jtaiuauiurcveipi.
IT TIXI.8 How lo tan Fur, cither uilh or
without tha hair nr wixd on, and how to luiitatn
inoseoi sujKTior gr.imn.
IT TKI.UN rtowtomakn Iho curling Mill J fur
insKing inn nuir grow lit ovauiuui nowing ring'
lls.
IT TK I.I.N Hnwlufeed liens so ns lo nuke
lliemisy all the your round,
IT VIVRM Over five hnmlrod rare nnd valua-
factum of hundreds of useiul and saleable arlh'lea
lle reclnes. ami a coiniilatu uiililu to llin innnii.
Includinir Talent ilrslic nea. IVrfumerr. Toilet
ami Jiental Articles, and many others easily made,
at trilling enft, and eclliair. rswllly at large profits,
wiiu many iiianiuuciurvrs atH.'reis, ac,
II Is Valunblc lo Kvcry One-Ue Hnre
nml Met II.
f8-Srnt In- mall, rren nf nostaen. for DN'n DDI
I.Alt. Porsaloliy William II. Klahoii. Ht. Louis,
.no., Ageuiaiur "10 1'uoiianers,
inay lad 3m
BOAT ST0&S8.
gAM HIIsSOIV.
URLKIl t.V
BOAT STORES
GEOCERIES,
SNII
rovlKlonn
110 OHIO LEVEE,
Osslroi XUinolsi.
June T.
Rl cdnningham
TsTo. 60 OMo Levee,
Now i:lilltilN Hie
Largesti Best Selected Stock
OF SUMMER
In llif CM v, nnd nVr. liidiiifiiieiils wlilcli niMithcr liniiio cuii offer. Special
Indiii-einciilJi In
Drape de France, Drape de Lyon,
. Crros Grains.
AImi it (iooil Arssorl nii'tit of
ColoreiiilksS and ilk loplins
llcavoi JlraiMl lme ISlaek Moliuir,
Superior for Slimmer Wear
THE "SWISS ALPACA,
A nun- liiiportiUloii,eli'liraU'(l for list HiiierlsnquHlhy and lon.
Novelties in Summer Dress Goods
Coiisldlm?of (ireniidlnos, Idiniii, Juconels. rercale.i, Japmienc Poplliin, rtr.
White ami 'Buff Piques
In the newcHt ntytv and IlKtirc.
White Goods! White Goods!
Embracing t ho most tipprovod nuikOH of Ntiin
nooks. Cambrics, MullH, TuvltilanH, Tnditi TavUIh,
ott., nnd n comploto .stock ol'
Hosieryj Gloves, Notions, Embroideries, Laces, Rib
bons, Trimmings, etc.
Carpets! Carpets!!
The LittoslDcsIgiiN in Brussels, Ingrains, etc.,
A T T?TT. nTTnTTl"n 1 T?. T riTHft T T
Jul. o.vao ' ' - - mmmf . a , t
II' jo ii ulali lo wive nioiioy liny jreur uonslnMt 'iiiiiilRKUaiirM.
''I-'Ulr Di'iilinu anil Low I'rU'i'r" 1 kl mollo. He keep Hit
lurccisl sloi'k sil" Mnitlu Kotxlsi In lliiis-U)- and m-lln llipin nl iluiiret)
that s-aiiiiot li iuifi'rold. Alio a i-oinplclt! aoaorliiiL-ut sif Hals,
. a. . l a.a . .
iioflisuiiii niissrw, s uriusiiiiiK asisuiia, fis-. mutual
FLOUH.
ji:ti:k ;i!iiiM
lOXCLsl'HIA'IC
M
Millers' Agent,
OO OBIO XiEVIlE
CAIRO, ILL.
- Ordtrs Nollrllril, misl I'rotnpll- rsml
rsiitlsfae lorlly l lllnl.
.. I). Mulliiiss, l,.( lllil
jyjATIU'N.S tV I'HI.,
FLOUR
ttsassN I )aiaii
(!i:m:iiai, I'ltonrci:
Commission Merchants
l!).i0liloI,uvee,CAIKO,IliMN'0IS.
HiH-cmlntli Dtlnnlveii to llu- mri-lia' nn.l sale of
FLOUR, HAY and CORN
iti:i-:its to
I.....Oonniy Nslli.ruil lluis, lilxun, III i Win, I'M,
Imsou, t iiy National 11 ink, l ain., Illinois,
Miuhtms, llolsrs &. li., l'iiiiinlssuu Mcrtlluiiiis,
i uirau", HI I ii.uiinin a rini, v oiii. .-ithiiiii,
i.lllt'ai;i, in,, now, Murina 1.11,, LiiR'agu. in,
innr3n.ur
OCULISTS AXI OITK'IAXS.
jasi: a.i co.iiroirr.
titi: ni.rjisiMsNoi' l'r.iti'RirrNifJiiT
Th(r la notliiiii: so suliiablt' na IVrfrrfilil,
l l'orf tHIulitenn only l) ohtalncil l.y usinir
i:iiFi;i!Tt-ri:t.Tt"i.ii Tu-uimcuitr-riTo.
UiiKuliicli Is well known.
an
cuiihk
Messrs. LAZAItUS & MOJtlUS,
OCULISTSAKDOPTICIANS
llAltTt'OKII. 1)N.V
Miuiufiu.'liiri'rs of llm CelctirnU'il
Perfected Spectacles!
atini,', nrU'ryoars nf Eiitrlinoi', KsprrunHnt,
ari'l Ui fraction of costly inaclilncry, Uirn i nuli
til lo jiroducn thnt (Ipinu i)esnlcratum,
Porfoot Spootnolos,
Which liavo l'rn hcM with imliiniloil satisfaction
to tho KrTN in Mni'lins tt, lllioilu llnnil.ilnn.
noflkul, .New llauipshiri', Vvnunnl, .Miilm, Nrtr
YorktNi'W JiTspy, lVniis)laniH, iin, Michigan,
n iscnnsin, Illinois, linncsnui, ivuusis. iissouri,
loa. ninl all the llrillsli l'rotinccx. ilnrinir I he
pal sixteen years, i'hisr cclclmiicil IVrlvclfil
hnwUclcs
USTovor Tivc tho Evo
Andltit mrttiy ymrn ttiOintit cluino, MinrH9
i.lSUIlin f'llt"f I4S1 M'fllttVS
Taber r Brothers
WATCIWAJCERS, JKWKLlllW AXD
w. J
Pcnlcrs In nil hlmls of
American mid Foreign Wafelies,
Km Jewelry. IHamninls, Holl.l Hilscr, I'lutnl
Wurn: ulo slaiiiiliictiiu'ra nf Jcclrv mii.I Dm.
ininid Srttlniia,
ISTo. 83 Ohio Ijovgo
OAIKO, IM.IXOIN,
Hole AjjenU for tills i.hi c. from whom only enn
nicy no ubiuiueii, nil ri.l'in.i.it r.i.n i.m r.w.
LAAUUS i; MOItltIS,
Maiiiir.ti'liiiln;l)ticliiiis, lliirllonl, t.'onn,
inarjwly
mini
IT
to aify oilier In Uip Mnrket.
ATT0SKE7S
riti:K. .v ai.iti:iu,
ATTOIt.MIVS A.Mr COUM'KI.I.OKS AT
liAU,
WlllUru II. 4irM,
Mllm Ullbcrl, J
Hr-lal allrntlnn iim to Admiralty anil Siesm-
Ufllrti mn (Shin Hnoisl t anrt
or vuy .tKiiunisI HitHit,
i.i.i:.v, ivi:iiii av iii;ti.i:ii,
I ArronxKvs at law.
Onirc III llros.' Stir Usillilln, roriirr
ui inn nir.iaaii t.fiiiimrrriHI Ate,
W.J. Allrti, i
!,,.V.".,",,.,, Webb, I t AIHO, ILL.
I.. I. Ilutlcr, )
M AND LOCKSMITHS.
q.i.ovi:k v no.y,
GUN I LOCKSMITHS,
Coiiiiiirrclnl avr., rnr. ill IHIb alr-l.
lUIUO , ..II.I.I.NUIS
Maiiufiiiiirea anl repairs nil kln.la of
Guns, Locks, Keys, Etc
no-Work wansnte.1 ami chargr rM.onnl.le
nots-coawsios,
II
AI.I.IUA V ItltOTIIF.ItN.
..SID
MKUCJIANTN
HKALVUM Iff
FLOUR
AnJ Afiflita of
OHIO ItlVKK AM) KANAWHA
SALT COMPANIES
TsTo. 70 OZXZO XjBTTZIXI
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
Q W. C4HI;E,
tsucrrssor to Fallls, Green Co.
FLOUR AGENT
...Anil flenrrat
Commission Merchant
CAIItO, IU
D. A)crs. K J. A)t-ra.
YKKS V CO.,
XI.
ukai.kiih in
FLOUR
.Ami firncr.ll..
Commission Merchants
NO. 133 OHIO LEVEE,
CAIUO, ILLINOIS.
I L
II. II. I'liiiil,.,.,
Notary I'nlilir siiil I'
Ooiniiiissiniier,
Notary I'iiMIc.
FIRE
HULL
CARGO
LIVESTOCK
ACCIDENT
LIFE
Insurance
ir.A, IIAKTI'Oltl),
Afsxt'tH I5,5 111,50 I U?
KOHTII AMERICA, I'A..
Assisi'iM !J,7N:t,aM un
IIARTFOHII, C.'4...,
AnHC'lis Sl.ni l.UlO T'J
1IKK.M, JIAHTFOItl,
AhhcIm- 1,(IM,I IN Ml
iti:r. ATIO.A I., . v.,
AmmcIn i,:j5:i,:oh 17
IUTXAM, IIAItTl'Oltll.
A wets 7ej,:i7 7:1
CLKVEI.4.I( CI.KVr.I.A.Ml,
AwwlM ffl3,67:t HH
HOMt:, coisii.niirN,
AihscIsi 5I5,2?H III
A.HKIIIC'A.V I'li.VMlAI., MO.,
AmmcIm .500,000 OO
coxar. Mi'TirAis i.irt:,
AsssieU o,uoo,ooo OO
lUAVKI.ER'N, HARTFORD.
I.IFKsV ACX'IIIF.NT,
AMHflN i,roo.ooo 00
RAILWAY lAMF..VJi:HS AN-
NI IIA.VCK CO,, HART.,
AmhcI 300.O0O 00
I.VnKIK.lK.T. ROSTOV,
AH-K la, HOo.SaK'J JH
Safford, Morris & Candee,
71 OHIO LGVEK
City National Hank,
Onlro, Xll.
J. H, llr.ir.l."iiiT" KJoln II Kalhs.
J N. RFARIIES Ai CO., Am.
' ' FIRE, MARINE, LIFE
OOXSHIVTAZj
INSURANCE
aVIiilcr'M Illos'k, -erm'rK, fill
Slrvi't nml ('oiniiicri'liil
A veil sis',
C.liltO, H,i,lYOIS.
Vt reprrsrnt llm followim; lowlmi;, wraltli;
aixl fil"lral UK nhiisiiiii'S
MKKCIIANt.S In-. Cs., of Chlrairoj
OAI'ITAU A Nil hl'ltl'l.tlr'.....S)M4,utN ou
HECUKITV Inst. Co., or New York ;
CAITIWI. ANI Ntriti'i.l'S. S.OI7,0l M
COXXKItCIAL Inn. Co., or Chimin;
UAI'ITAl, A.Ml WUIll'I.L.-4.. 3N,tMlM SfJ
IMIKI'EXDK.VT Ins. Co., or lloslmi ;
CAI'ITAI. A.Ml M,lll,I.U.-j...sJSO,i.flJ no
HATCflAMO I111. Co., or SprlnDeM ;
CAI'ITAI. AND H'ltl-I.LV, ,J'4!l,0.-t7 T
AUKOItA hi-. Co., or Aurora, III. ;
CAI'ITAI. A.Ml SLIiri.frf....t'ja8,77 J '.'
STA'I K lire Ins. Co., or CUvelaml, 0.
CAI'ITAI. ANI rtl'lll'l.l'ri 41X1,117
IiANAU Inn. Co., or Chlmco.
CAI'ITAI. AMI KTIII'I.l'H $1,1(10,000 on
siTIlirellins snl rnntents, MrrrliKinlisr
hi.M'ks, MhiiuUi lories ami Mitcliliii r), Hulls,
Cargoes mi l Kreifiht IJ'ls InsureJ un Hie ino.l
reasonuljle terms, in llip ulsjve.namtl voiii.Niiie.
J. H. HCAHUC.V CO., Aula.
F
INC AM MAKING
INSURANCE
CCIHPANIIWl
ISitinra, IV. Y. 5
AKNKTH l.lUe.'UO -Jit
Ctfoi'mnnia, IV. Y. ;
ABNETN I.OOS.H'II IN
Hanover, V. Y 5
ANHKTN i;;il,7IU
Republic. 3V. Y. ;
AHssirrs 7i,o-j.i 00
I'stiuprUliiK Hits I'ssilerMfrllrra'Aif
.Yonlcern, N. Y. 5
AHNKTN H7HII 10
Albany City 5
AUNKTH 133,l0a J
Firom'n'r. lfund,S.ls
ANNETN D07H.OOSI
Security, .N. Y. ; Mar-
ANNKTtt 1,13d J .
rw-Htores. Ilwelllniis, Kurnllnre, II ll
CnrKoea lr.siiri'l nt rates as lasoruMi a
prrirmiient security III viorraiit.
rrsiinoirully Akk of ll clllwns j
sliars- of tlieirualroiiage.
c. v. iii c.ni
OilU'e-Ht Kirsl Nalloual lliuili.
W. II. Jluri ls
INSURE!

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