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IKrofri tho Addreis of Democratic ColiRfofturn
Let llior!lmnod!.soii.ion.nlMt!it
imiMnru t tin IflilO lost ill lINl'llf-n'l1'
of dead events', no lnniilft'Sfnllmi "
narrofli.or jirosfrlplhc! IVdi'iif
Honal ambition or rc'soiil"" '1''
DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSONAL
. i. CONVENTON.
l3II.Co..,.rr..l.' ''-',
A UMMUM -f 'tt'T''u, "I'lVo't
Mopouo""n'i' 0,1 lhur;l,v,'' 'V I
Bomtol-JJft.rOMwrm. oi '. l.loUj
,,nuenjhfjuiiIiccoiiiprliiit(nii'l DiMrM win
lKontilWi''.pf 'lelS-M for wli"K' '-art
for JtoMli'oliuiiiiirln lw,S,nndintr.r eni-hlrae-l.ontlftru
hereof in esr-OM of lifijr. " follow"
AlMandtt:;. H Ivl.ur.e. '
1'iila.ki n "
I nlon. ......... .. -. ' ;
Johnson - '
William. I- '
Jackaoo 13 "
ferry..;............ ' "
Mhim '
Pop ' "
Hardin. .....,.-......,...- . "
Saline...-. U '
Oallatiu I "
Whit ! "
Kdirardr................ I ''
Wabash............ .....
I'lmojTiKlc -xrn In the DUdrlol will i.ldst
copy.
It is UMeted tint iM-mnoratlc county conven
tions to select delct;!itc, be held on the .11 Mon
day In July, , ,
Let every county seudn lull delegation.
Ht order of Hi Democratic Central Commute.
JOKI, G. MOItfiAN,
Chairman Pern. Ccii. Com. IJlhOoiiK. M. Ill-'
NENATOU1AL, COS! VKNTIOX.
The Democracy of Ilie I'trc t Senatorial Mttlct
alllR.remble In convention nt the nly of Mrlro
oll, on Thursday, the Olidsy of Aiiiiii-t, next
I I nVloelr p.m., for Hi nomination of n candi
date tn represent sail Uitrict,in (lie ! -nnii.
The ratio of representation will lie one ili-lcicttc
for every 100 vote ca.t for Seymour nnd llblrnt
lhelad Presidential election, and one dtlfKalc for
very lpl part thereof In cxeeofnfty.ou-,
at rciionnv i, .
Alexander 11 Ilili-KMi".
Fulukl
MMac I "
J'oi- ..... 0 "
UalUlla.......... in
HartlDii,
r.
Hallne
Union
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A LUX. II. IHVIN, Cli'm.
READIXQ OUT THE DU OU01S
TJWiVSE.
During tbo put tlx months tliu editor
of tbo Du Quoin Tribune have felt out
rand by tbo corruption of Ittul Icnl oillciitls,
high. In . authority, ntul baro bad tlio
manly courago to glvo cxirci1on to their
foelings. For tbU, n tiumlur of Jhdicnl
ihMti, wblcb gulp down ltnillcnl rule,
fraud, corruption, and all, have utidortnkcn
to road tho Tribune out of tliu party
Horo'i what tho Tribune lins to sv mi that
bead:
Two or three nowipnpcrs ihu sit.'ii-1
organs of Gen. John A. Lutui, nro j ut
now engaged in reading out of tho I'ojuih
llcan party every iwptt'rublu idltor or
orther penon who rnnnot tea in their
favorito enough thut i coniiueiidablo tn
conitltuto blm par cxccllciico thu cninll
data for the U. rf. Hcnuto. For our rt
wo think there nro other gentlemen in the
SUta.of JlllnoU whoio election would he
an honor to any constituency, ntul fiich
would bo that of "Clov. I'nlmcr, Ogleby,
Farniwottb, iloulton, und otlmr. Nf
adviMj the homo ornin or houutt mid
Munn to. get an ordur from their in:iter
if tboy. would bnvu tit pay uitieb iittentioit
to tncm.
Aj a further evidence of tbo Tribune
good itwe, we will remark thut it deelltie
tobolittbo narao D. "W. Munn fur ('oil-
greij.
what was hi: made I'm:"
A'lubstantlal old Democrat "ruvlowiil"
Dan Munn, tho other dny, a fojlowii : "llo
it not a scholar; ho knows no luw; ns u
legislator, ecbool toncbur mid editor ho
was a falluro; he is not n poet; bo i not
a statesman; bo Is not n iihllnnthroiil.t;
be is not a soldier 1 AVliut, tbuu, wus mub
a no account creature mudo for?''
"Ho was nude idr," replied u quick
wlttodllitcncr, "for n Hadic.nl politician,
and Ulla tbobill einctly."'
fy-Tho ttritr on pig iron tno tho
people o'f tbo United States $10,C20,oG) per
annum. Of this vast turn tho government
receives only $1,210,000, and the handful
of capitalists engaged in making pig iron
in America pocket tho remaining eighteen
millions. '
S? Tbo employes in the cotton mills at
Fall River, Mu.mchutettJ, have been noti
fied that a reduction of eight per cent In
wug04 will be mode. The tur':M' ha not
been reduced, however, which so beauti
fully protects "American industry.
fMtTll is stated thut Congress wn to in
tent upon rewarding patriotism by niuln
taining tho high salaries of Sherman and
Sheridan, that it forgot tho soldiers alto
gether, and that, if the latter recelvo any
pay at all, they will owe it to some iiceOin.
modating official who has more money
thsn be knows what to do with.
W Congress has ilnalJyagrocd to ralio
the duty on Bessemer steel from 52- 40 to
144 80 per ton stroko of practical states,
manship, which, according to tho Chicago
IWtm, will cotttbu people $30,000,000 u
year. Verily tbo steel iwinj to have en
ured the Teryaouloftbetnonopoly lords.
CITY COUNCTu
(8cial Joint Bemlon cf tho City O'uuiu i j
Council Chkiukor, July tl, l;u,
special loint meeting of the City
Council of tho city of Cairo, culled In
pursuance of law, for the purpose of re
ceiving nominations and for general bui
seas, waa held at tbo Council Chamber in
the city of Cairo, this 2ht day of July, A.
D. 1870.
Present Councilman Arter, Jorgcnteii,
Meyer, O' Callahan and Taylor, and Aid
ermen Carrol), Lohr, Lonergun, McKee,
Mendel, Tbeobold, f alder, Writer 13.
Alderman Mendel having been nomin
ated and conllrimd ns .Mayor pro 1cm. nt
tho Hireling held on Monday, July 18,
1870 M again nominated mid conllrined
a .Min or pro tcm., and took tho chair.
Council""1" tlyrgenscn was nominnted
and conllrmcd m City Oliirk pro ,trm.
t'oiiiicilmau Taylor olforul tho follow
in' riwolutinn :
H'lli'.itKAS, since Juno 7th last, Ihoro
liavu been eonllned In tho city jail
ablo boillcd ma'o pri-oner, whovi terin ol
service have nmounied in tho nggrogato to
2.H ilavs, atlimllng an avcrago of ahoiit 0
men a 'day, it nilheieiil. number to have
provided all tho h(-r required In tin) re
palr NlideoiMlriu'tioii ol'ihlotvall; and in
palrxof stier-t. and Witnill.AS, the'o pri
oners have not b.-en .eipilrod to .ol. be
cause there hhve e ted eri(ilt- doutits
whcthcr'tlu perioiu in charge of the jail,
from not having been re-nominated a Jailer
In tile .Mayor, and .otillruied bytlmCily
C'onncll upon the expiration of hi term of
oltlee, on the utli ot .March lal. had any
rlhl to take them IV nu tlio Jail buililiin:
and if he bud tli:' i ht. bo hns hud no u--
sltaiit -inec tho -upo ib n or (litharge
by thd .Mayor, ol'hi ihUuntoou Jutio tli
Itif-t, and, whereas. ! tbeAi caui-e. then'
nrlonC'r! eaiino! 1 e worked until Mich
appointment and e nllrnmtioii of a Jailer
ami an tuMslani tin ueeii mane : ineroiore
Lo It
llitolreJ, That the .Mayor be, and he U
hereby reUi'Sted to make, at the pre-ent
meeting, uomitiiiiii oi peisoiit lorjaiier
and an auUtiiul to tho jallel to have
charge of Mich of the prisoner." in tho Jail
n may ue reqiuriii iy tne tdiimiuiee on
Street to work on the fldmvnlks, and for
another a"istant to liavo charge of such of
tliu Miu prisoner a- may lio required uy
the same eominitto t work on the street.
Approved till "JUtdav of Jul v, 1870.
,iorii:rii mhndkL,
Mayor, pro teni.
Which wa adopted iinamimottslly.
Tho Mavor pro teni then nominated
William Mclialot .r City Jailer. Alder
ineii Carroll und Winter worn appointed
teller.
Tho ballots being 101111(011, tbo nomina
tion was continual by tliu following
votes :
Ayci-l'J.
Noes nolle.
Thereupon .Mr. Mellalo wa declared
duly elected City Jailer.
The Mayor protein nominated Mich'
ael Mahony u asi-tant lo Jailer to work
cbnlu-gang on tliu ieot. The votn to con
firm thu nominal .on of Mr. Maboney
tood yes t, no 11.
Nomination lot.
Tho Mavor pro It in again put .Michael
Maboiiev fu iioiiiiu itiou a assiitant citv
Jailor to work ebaiii-uaii! on thu ctrccts
The nomination conllrined by the
louowing vote:
Aycl I'.'.
Nay none.
Michael Maboney wat therefore, de
clnrcd duly elected, '
Thu Mayor pn t cm then nominated
Thomas Nauuhtoii to superintend iier.on
working on theshb ualk. Tbo votu being
taken on thu contlrination of Mr. Nnuuh-
ton, sioou ayes I'J, imve.s l.
'Ihomas Nauglitoii wne tliereujion dc
clareil duly elecinl.
The mayor pro vm stated that in ae
eordanco "with th- ordinances it was lie
rc'nrv to have an eldltlonal iiolicu ollicer
todo duly at night, lie would therefore
iimiiliiuto Andrew Ctln for that olllee.
(.'ouueiliiian Taylor moved that Dm May
or pro teni. lo riqtie.ted to withdraw
thi nomination. Tim motion was fct'ond
cd by Alderman Winter, and being put
to vote was Iot, A iter, Taylor, Jorgensen,
Lohr, Thoobold aid Winter (O) voting
nvo: and Meyor. lu'ullahnn, Carroll, l.oti
efgan, McKee, Meiidid mid Walder i7)
voting no,
The Mayor th' Teoiioii nominated All
druw Caln'a nigl-t p illcemun. Th Coun
cil refused to eon'iriu tho iioiuliiatloii by
the following voti ayes 7; lni li.
Motion to adl mm" by Alderman Lohr
wa carried bytue following votu; Ayes
Arter, .loryeii ni Meyer. D'Callabaii,
Tavlor, Carroll. I. dir. Mendel, Walder
and AVintur, In. Nay hgnergin, Mc
li.0" and Thcoliol'l
I.oriS JOItfiKN.SKN,
City Clerk, pro tern.
TrTEjTAR.
RUSSIA AND ENGLAND To
. TAKE AJHAND.
HA.vovcit to m: on.Ti'ir.n iivthi:
ii: i:cii.
'J'ux'ki'V Isolator I loi'.-ioll
d'ermuiiy Will Dethroiio .Nupoleou.
ci:m:ii u. l'ltorrn atio.v ith in si
K jiff ell l liliiK WIIIUiil.
i:rc t:rc. i.tr.
IMM'SSIA.
llAIUIONV IS TIIKNOItTII (iKItXI.Cf TAT'.1(
IIkums, July l!0.--Tlit! most perfect
uuriiiony iiu in allllio governments ol
the North liermiiu Stiles. In the Saxon
Chamber, M'Sterday, It. iron do Friu.cn,
MinUter of Finaneo, made u speech to tell
tlio Deputies tnat rrauco was auxioiii lor
war, unit (iiouiii n.ixu it an tiiurpiy am
soverelvns poIb!o. 111. remarks vi
greeted" elltllll-hi'li illy.
i.oax r..NTiii m urif.i.i.v (iitA.sri:ii.
In tlio North (ii nn an Parliament, after
the King's .peedi bad been delivered, u
loan of 12.000,000 Dialers was carried un
animously, amid tin wlblet oxpre. ,ioiu of
fiunu.Mim ny uii pattie.
i:suiitiAsi.
Vehement dueling followed thu Count
Yon Ui.niaiek .inuoiiueoineut of tho
ileclaratum of war l.v Franco. Tho King
then opened the ui.ion with u speech,
wiiienwas greete i uitn tliu wilUett en
Ibusiaim,
tiii: 1 1 .ii h M'UKcii,
Tbo King aid I'i uIa bad no interest in
Die selection ot tl " l'rincc of Hoheuzol
lem for the .Spani.'i throno except Dint it
might bring peace to a friendly people. It
bad nevertheless furnished tlio Kmneror
of thu French with a pretext for war mi
known to diplomat y, and corning pence,
bu had indulged in laiiguagu to (iermany
which could only liavo lieen lirouinteil liV
u miscalculation of its strength,
(iermany w,i ii iwerful enoiieh to reient
such iangungo and repel such iiiKileiue.
lie Mild so in all v verencc, knowing that
thu event welgheJ. the resjiotitlbillty rested
on tho men who di ive into war and havoc
two great and tranquil nations, yearning
for peuco and tho common blowing o'f
Chrliiiun civilization and prosperity, and
for contest more salutary than blood.
Ihoto who rule Franco bavo shruwdlv
studli-dthu proper method, of bitting tho
seumlvoprldu or that great neighbor na
tiou and promote seltlib lnterct, and buvo
been mligulded,
"In this war,'1 concJmlwl the King, "as
our fathers before us bavo done, let ut light
for liberty and our ri;bts ngntnn the,
wrotigs Inflicted by a forolgn conqueror,
and ns Ho was with .our father, so Ood
will'bo with us In it -irugglo without
which Ihiroj'o can novor enjoy lasting
pwacc.''
i:trlii: Kt;ol:yii:'s iNTinnuK.
It Is mid" that tho falluro of tho intristio
of the Kmpros Kugenle to mnrry hoc
niece, mo I'Utcuno oi jiua, in j.uuihhu,
tho real Kiureo of tho jiresunt trollbln be
tween France and l'rusla. The father of
the l)iitehus Is in Madrid, drowned in
debt and general dlspiar.
dni:IAXS IX TMK KKK.NTII SKBVIIll k (IK
liKHKII IIOMK.
All (iernian In tho service of the
French have been ordered lo return forth
with. Mi:ilt llAXT Vi-.K1.S KIKMPT FROM BKIZ
UHK. The l'ruslan government has an
nounced that merchantmen, even of
the enemy, will not be interlered with on
the high "as, except for caues which
would eioo neutrals to seizure.
1'KMoCltATli: DKNTIMKNTS.
FitANKioitT,'J.uly.20 Tbo Ga:tltt, in
Hi editorial, aks how the cauio of thu war
concerns the people of Franco or (ler
many, ami intimate mat it is u question
between tlio monarcus, oi ine respective
countries and that'. lid "people do not foel
at all interested in it: '
it is rumored thut l'rincc Natxileoti will
go to the llnltic, and with his land forco
ooierato Willi tiioueetot leu AUmirai
Count UouetwllliaUtne In occupying the
territory of Hanover.
sKi.utu: ok a riiUSHiAS ouhtoH iiousk.
OniAtivi. T.1t. on TU Vtannli f..r-nn
tmsted the frontier near Uaarbr'i.clcch last
evening nnuieizou acustomnousaon i-ru:
man territory.
VOttMAt, lltCl.AlllTIOK or WAU,
l'Aiii", Jnlv 20. In tbo Corps'Lcgielatlf
loiiay tlio uuko urammont announccu
that war had been declared with Prussia
and hernlllc. in tho followlntr words:
"Mkisikuiu: Tbo oxposo presented to
vou on tho loth Inst., made known tbo
cutio wo have for war against Fruisla.
According to tliu rules and usages or na
tions, and by order of tbe Kmporor, I
have requested tbo Cliareo D'Aflaln at
llerlin to notify thu Cabinet of Prussia of
our resolution to seek with arms tho guar
antic, wo could not obtain by discussion
This has been done, and I have tho honor
lo make known to tho Corps Lcglsldtif
unit in coiisequcnco tnercor a state oi war
exists since tbo l'.Hh between Trance und
l'rusda. Thl declaration applies to all
allies oi rrtissia wno giyo ner urmeu us
sittance."
ITALIAN ALI.IAXCK.
l,e Liberie nsscrts that M. Vinergato
iibf gone to r ioronce witna treaty or alii
ance detweun t ranco ana Italy.
Til a. Oltl.KANH I'lttNCKH.
Tho samonaiicrsnys, that In caso Denmark
Joins Franco In tbo war, tbo Princes of
urleans will serve in tlio Danl.li army,
T1IK WAItl.IKi: KXTUVitlADM IX ritAXCI
is uuubated. A rich manufacturer of
.Melliousu bus o I To red to cuulti 11 vu thou
nnd volunteers and sunnly them with ra
tion during tho war. Doputies in the
Corps Legislatif sign llbcrul subscriptions
lor Die woumieu. .U. hclineldcr gives ten
thousand francs lo ouo of thu aid socle
tic.
NO rillllllMi VKT.
I'Aitis, i;:!!0 p.m. No lighting on sea or
land yet reported. Deputies from depart
ments on tlio upper mid lower Khlnc, Mo
M'lluaiid Murine, are kept well informed
by telegraph of tho movement of tbo
army, and they tnto that no Important
contllel bus yet taken pluco between tbe
hostile force.
lllhMAKCK TIIOUIII.I'.H.
Tho I'riitan on tbo border say that
lli'tuarck is inticli troubled at the slowness
ot the l.aiidwebr in coming forward.
riWIT.IIItl.AXU lNCMXr.l) TO IIAXCK
it I iieiiuveu Dial l'riisila purposely re
lard an answer to Switzerland's diclara
tiou of neutrality.
Al'HTltlA.
1 LltKKV WANT.H INSOI.ATIOX.
Vik.vxa, July t!0. Tho cuttltiL' olf of
Turkey from communication with the tlrst
itt'" Kuropu was done by order of thu
Miititn h government.
1 t'UKKY rt M ILITAKV KKKKHVIii CALLkD
OUT.
Turkey has called out her military ro
serves.
ITALY.
It I I.I I A H V IIEMKIIVIM C'ALI.KIl OUT.
Flukk.n'vk, July.H0 The Italian guv
eminent bus called out two classes of mil.
Itary roervei as a precautionary measure.
i:.i,axi.
MXIIKT TKKATY IIKTWKKX IhANCK AXl
liKXMAUK.
Loxdox, July l'J In Dio Houio of
common to-nignt. Air. heyniour gave
nonce iimi no mouui quetiiou tne govern
ment eoncorniiig n secrot treaty wliicb was
alleilgeil to exi.t between Franco and
Denmark, and ulo whether l'ru.ilu had
declined a propo.ltlon made not long ago
iij i rniieu louisann.
tiii: niixcr.N motiiimi hki.kiiitku.
A special diiutcli to thu Timet from
ran. says Dial tlio Kinprcss Kuecule is do
iignuM inui uiu x-rincu imperial will now
see tils llrt campaign with his father,
ouviieii
avow entire conlldencu In favorable result
oi ino war.
COXIJIANKBIIOP THK CIIAXXI. hqi'AllllOX.
Admiral Milmlru lias been recalled from
tbo Mediterranean in order to command
the channel squadron.
THK TWO AIOI1EM,
A gentleman lust returned from a trip
up thu Khlno tolls bis exuerienco to thu
Time of this liinriiinir. unil il, i...
...... . . . :';:n, "?
inun iirin.v n quiei, graTe, anxious ami
reioluto. On thu other hand, the French
urn velllni' ilrlnklm. tu'iurlt,i .n.l it....
ally spoiling for a light. For every one
Uermun i-oldler bo saw ono hundred
French soldiers.
(IIIIWAXV xvir. i. hktiiuom: iioxapahtk.
I.oviinv. .Till v oo. CiHrinun v mut... .1...
ilbthroniug of Jionapartu its ultimatum.
liitiiAT iiKi'itiaaiox l.v iivkrpooi..
The I.Iveroool rnnrketi. xe-ter,lnv wnrn
. --, J . - . J , v , W
Uttorll' liriMtrHtfil Vntlilnrr was nu
. , . -. v ...... nw0
known like the commercial depression.
XII I.MOXAI1IKH ItVIXKI).
Manx men wnrili 1 fin nnn uniimli
lug h day or two ago aru Unkrupt today,
Itl'MNKHri lA)tALVZKJ.
llllhlliChi tn vurnv nnl iu1plf.c of f r. .
. - ... .... tii nil'isve M i(ll
choter, ulso ! eomjilctely jiaralywd.
xo AI.I.IAXOK.
lElllnora rif nlllMtip.e ur.i 11l
Thus fur no lllltlienlle Infnrtnntlnn ,iT uno
nower having taken sides with either com-
mttant nas neen maue iuoiie,
nKLOIUM NEUritALlTV.
Londov. Julr 20. Uolclum ofllclal or
gans say that Franco misconstrues n an
evidence of hosptlllty, tho destruction of
it bridge aoar Blandlcr, which was merely
tho result of a misapprehension of orders,
and deelnro that Belgium remains legally
neutral.
PI'ANtsll l'Al'KRS
unaniinotisly condemn Napoleon for de
claring . " ' y '
vuanck nEruuuTKa the thkatt or
, . ,'AHIIHt 'Tli 1 l
Franco denies tnnt tho Jttlpultions bf'i
iiief aris convention apply to tne present
war.
' ClWfft IT iMSrT. f
'VnrurihaltKy sylfotu Is getil-rally pro
duced by an unhealthy. stomach, and the
latter iVurc iodieatiuA Door indl,
gestlon. Vh'oji f lji'f4o-iTfad every pari,;
i4 4il M..M. ..tl , i,r.
,11 .IIW t'll.ll U J .VI ,1 Mill- v"l,i I J n,-
fer, and tbe mind ltelf shows the ctrccts -
of It In the low'splrlts of tbo patient. In-
digestion Is the parent of a thousand In
describable miseries nil symptoms of
worse disorders yet to come. Tho premoni
tory Indications of that terror of our
race Dyspcpiia cvory oneknow.s. Now
why suitor the penalties of delay when by
the use of Mishler i Herb Blttcr;not only
immediate relief but po-dtlve and perma
nent euro can bo realized. This celebrated
Household Komcdy is an infallible remedy
for all disenies arising from a disordered
stoninth and will eradicate them. Ho
reasonable with yourself comult your
own Interests throw away your phnrmn-
copla prescriptions and tako a course of
Mishler's Herb Bitters. Sold by all drug
gists and dealor. Dr. H, B. Hartmnn .V
Co., Proprietors, Lancaster, Pa.
JylScoddawlw
THK THimiKA ariuiuK ob roiK WUUSI
Perhaps it is not generally known that
the much talked of trichina tjnralis, or
pork worm, was first discovered in Amor
lea by Dr. It C. Kendall, of Philadelphia
Pa., with that American instrument known
as the Craig Microscope, costing only
$3,76, after rcpeatod failures to discover
the worm with an Imported microscope,
costing $55, "of feebler power and leu re
liable. ' mis ract tlr. Jxtnuall stand
ready to prove at any timo. Thu "Craig"
Microscope In neat box with full direction
is mailed ' anywhero for t2,?&, by K. li
11041, iSI J liOCUSt St., si. JOUll, aio.
Kcau the auvoriuement in this papor,
my :
WHfcBK T litr 'KM,
It is said that the new Constitution, rat
iflod by tho people on the 2d instant, will
relievo tho tax payers of Illldois ef bur
den of at least $3,000,000 per annum. It
is said with equal truth that if you will
buy your whisky and brandy straights,
your gin sling, your toddies, your wines
ales and beers nt tho Hun Flowor saloon
presided over by tho affable P. Fitzgerald
Ksq., you will oscapo all tho tortures and
torments of aching heads, deranged atom
achs and appetites Inseparable from tho
use of impure articles. Ho keeps the very
purest liquors in the market, and serve
them up in a stylo that is perfectly irresls
table Tbo best billiard saoonln Kgypt Is 1
connection with the Sun Flower.
JyCtf
HOl'.llt AUVICa'.
Make it your business, if you need cloth
ing, to go to a reliablo store, where vou
can Und all you need, and made in tho style
you fancy, at such prices as to suit your
puru and tho time. Antrim's is just such
a house. There you will always find a
complete and select assortment of cloth
I rig, either for men, youths', boys' or child
ren, at price as low us tbe lowest. Com
pare his goods and prices, as It will lie to
your interest. tf.
- THKCIAIUHICROHCOrK.
This Microscope is simplified and adapt
ed to populur as well at scientific use. A
now optical wonder I This Is thu onl v In
strumont of high power which require no
focal adjustment, und therefore can be
readily used by every one, even by chll
dron. Costing only Two Dollar mid
Sovcnty-llvo Cents, by mail, post paid, it
I within tho reuchof all in thu commun
ity, arm .noum noon tlio tulilo ot every
Practloneer.
neuu nuverti-cmcni in this
paper
m27d3m.
Gentlemen go to John Antrim's, 7.1
Ohio Lovce, for all your muslin shirts,
buttery, underwear and paper collars, and
savo ut leait 25 per cent from tbo ordinary
retail prices. Ho has tlio best cloth cov
ered paper collar ever offered in the mar
ket. f,
$10,000 worth of Cloth ino, Fi'iixni
ixo Goons, Hoots, Shokh, Hats. Cai-s.
Tkuxks and Vamkich, going off at a xac
rltlco at Isaac Walder's, corner ef Sixth
street and Ohio Lovco. Now is vour
chanco to get a good suit at a low price.
tl
Meyer, corner of Twelfth street nmi
Washington avenue, not only keens snlen.
did St. Louis beor, but tho purctt of wines
and liquors, and the best brands of cigar.
jllllUtUillll
Bo sure to rail at 73 Ohio Levee, an
see tho Juno Bug Hats, with a varied stock
orothor new styles, too numerous to men
tlon. Remember Antrim's is tbe place to
get your hats. tf.
You will greatly "miss it" If you don't
buy tho Star Shirt at John Antrim's, No.
LEECHES.
Fresb, healthy S weed Ish Leeches
cd regularly from the importers in Now
York. Applied end sold, wholet.li. ...
tall, by F, THEOBOLD.
JyClin Sixth st., noar Ohio Levee.
Trlenl nmi l.a.lrni n.
. - "-v.,v...iiiiL-iDmLJ) "cry
fine, m ado to order, at ih nl.l .oiui.i..
, - u,i , Vll.uiu
clothim? house of .Tn)m a v.. c
n . -- .i ti, a
Springtlia Block. tf.
Oiikat K.voitkmk.nt. Croat slaughtor
of High Prices nt Antrim', 7ilOhlo Lovoe,
whore you cannot only find thomost fash
ionable and seasonable stock of clothing in
,tbq city, but tho largost-and ibesi variety
of Blraw, Iieghorn, Fstnarna, Cns'liiioro und
Silk Hats ever offered in Catra Buy you
hut and clothing right there. tf
' Ventilated hat, In entirely new stylus
tho most comfortnblu and delightful hnt
ever worn, nt , Ino, Antrim's. , fctf.
-
Youths' boysJ,.tmd.yblldrciiJ clotbos,,at
le than New York prices,, will be sold
this week, at P. Nell's, regardlws of cost.
A new supply of Calf Hoots and Uaitcra
visit, received at P. Nob", No. Vi, Ohio
Ijeveo. -t
W. W. Thornton, No 18 Thornton's
Monk, Tenth treet, bit jut received three
hundred Uixe of glasi, varying in size
from Hx 10 to 30x40. For stile, wholesale
'reU.il. 11 tf.
Foil the coolest ami nio-l pulntablo St.
Louis larger beer, go to Mover's saloon,
corner of Washington avenue and Twelfth
street. jo43m
Auk vou out of employment ? If, so
sead for the "Tbo Oreatot Work of the
Age. Therein you will certainly find some
thing thut will not only glvo employment
but by tterservornncolcnd to fortune. Seo
advertisement in this paper. mnylD3m
Peter Null's mammoth stock of Spring
clothing embraces all'tbo now styles, and
what can bo found nowhere else In tho
city a large und wull varied stock of boys'
clothing. tl
BANES,
rpiiE
FIRST N.TIQHU BANK
IIAKir.l, lll'KU, frtalilrssll
ROBERT W. MILLKK, TUcFrta.i
C. W. HCCIIirJI, CststiUr.
Collections Promptly Made
tlxckance. C'elu, Bank 2VI
Mia uriiirti nihishi Benin
tlci Maught
Held.
Iatereet Allowesl m TLm DfiMalta.
rpm;
CITY NATIONAL ' BANK
CAIRO-ILLINOIS.
Capital - - $100,000
W. F. HALLIUAV, FraldaiS
A. B. (ArfOHD, Caklr
WALTER IIVHLHI', AtnUtaiil Cn. liter,
lIHCTOIU..
Mlaati Tailor W. P. MslUaat,
cett Whits, Rokl.H. Caaataekaa
io. D. Wllllaaaoa, Mf.h lllnl.
A. II. SaVerd.
Exchange, Coin aiiH
U. H. Iloiiu Jloulit
and Hold.
Sopoaltoa Zlooolvod
tin
A Of.MiCHAS. MAWKIKSi Bll'MIMKSI
JJl VI.E.T.
IiKU.KH IN
GROCERIES
LIIE,
Plaster Paris Plasterers' Hair
I.luio In Hulk, alWHMun liaasi
CORNER 8th St. &0HJ0 LEVEE
CAIRO. ILL.
SHY I II CO.,
WXZOZjBSA.XsII
GROCERS
OHIO LEVEE,
OAIRO, XXAXaXSkTOXaV.
AIo, Lrrp ron.Untl- on ImnJ a mo.t com.
'lt ituck' ol
LIQUORS; WHISKIES
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
...yi'r.."! -y1"'" lr J. Ileiil A Co.'a Celebrated
nllhhlilMi AI.K.
We a-H exrliiilTely for Cash, to which fact we
Iniite tttr attrotion of cloie Urgaln bujrem.
Hpeolal altention given lo Oiling orders. ' '
JKW TOW BOAT.
The New Tow and Job ltoat
ODD FELLOW
tr. II. COULTElt, -Master,
Is prejiared al all timet todo rll kinds ol tow
ing und jobbinit on tbe mot reanonabia terras,
lirailquurters ut Cairo. Illinois.
in.rlOif
comNH.
PRINCIPAL UHDERTAKER
lit, Sixth Street, Cairo, llllinlls,.
Kcop rnintnnl'y on lifin.l n
Ur?0"UDply nfCrunoA l!n -,'
iincw ninl miiiriiri'.l
S-5i ii, I .
i.. Burial Cases
f ili finot n. ll mdnllic
mC niitT In line. Aim ri !)
inaH
Wood-n (,'ofla., Kir.
A li'iirup ainl Carnage. .1
mi ill rrmllnrW. lUlr Cli.lli,
llrrrn Ken., (linlH. Hllll'mr.
HoM ami Hilti-r r(ag, riolil
mi HiIt.t Sl.ra, -.VarnUh,
Tin'ks, Mix. Tow, Mialr.l.'aiii-,
l, ilinlM, Hill
Hilti-r ttiaav,
r sura, ..Vai
!nTor, i;lilr-
urn. film. !,..
v Moss (Mattresses
Made to Order.
majrj l.iii
mm:,
QAHlt I.. THOMAS,
Is prrpart'il lo .la nil klml nl
PAINTING
KATsNOMl TSrXU
HZIOF.
IN THE PERRY HOUSE.
lUBSfltB CSSMMaCIAI. AVI'.MI'IC A .111
BIUHTI1 MTaKKT.t
aaCITi'la thu only flrs.rU. .Sim l'lotcr in
b"M' tOKat'CTKU.
QVXAHD
Mall Lilno
NTCAMMUIFN Lf WsMkl)- trmtXrw
Tssrk, tlssraail ss1 ssalaw.
Kor paraagt ai.l; to CHAM. T. HItlUK,
I'alru. Illliiuli,
OrtoH. lloi-.(Jnral Wr.tfrn Acrn No
UkaBtrfrCliir.,' 1 18w
THE.VKU.H.
Extraordinary Announcement
FRIDAY "EVENING
And
SATURDAY MATHfEE
Tli- retetiratel Houtlmrn Tr-K'tllJii, SlixL.
prrinn imi ri.iici ra.ier,
JOHN I. STEVENS
AM.tid I'jr tlioeliariiilOKCullinlienni' and Vi-
cauri,
Will Cite cnotf lli.lr -elect and initrii'lit tn
tertalnm.DI., ron.l.tinK f l'lned), lUtlio.
I'arve, Miniintand Tragedy
for (.iitu uUr r .rnj(iiiiiiiiif,
Adrni.iion ... ., !,
A'luilflon in tatltter....... : 4 ra-
.No e.lra.Wt lor rrserird t.
flOlft
7..7.Ma'inu7.'""w'""'K'K'uM!
jyjVI IILN St DHL.
FLOUR
...IW)""
UENERAL l'KOItUC'i:
Commission Merchants
I :: Ohio Leyec, CAIRO,. M.ISOIS.
&('ial attention glten to t(ieiiiri-lif and ml,' of
FLOUR, HAYand CORN
Hltl'KHN TO
!.( Count) Ntionl lunt, luion, III.) Win. I'M,
ItiKHi. HI ! l.'ilv NmIIuiiuI IUqU. i:airii. Illinium
Mailiew.. iKjUrs A Co.. Cumin a.iou McrciiantK.
Chicago, III.; llul.UIn A Hlfine, C:n, Mcrcliaul.,
Chicago, III,, I ow, Moran A On, Chicago, III.
innm-Hf
pr:n:u uiu.,
icx;l.i;isHVh:
Millers' Agent,
ao o xxx so xaaovxixi
CAIRO. ILL.
avsltra ISallsrttSHt. ssbsI Frauiullv au4
SxtllsrsvelarUr rtllast.
(Huereaaor lo r"alll,Oroen ACo.
FLOUR AGENT
,.And General.,
Commiiiion Merchant
CAIRO, JIaIj,
V. Aj.rs.
K. J. Aytn.
YEKH fc CO.,
riEAi-Kita in
FL O UR
i. t , Hi. fT
W .....Aad General.,
Gonunisuoii Merchanti
No.
Mi
I
n ma f
mum,
W. 11. Morrln,
Nulary I'ul.lic,
II. It, S'limt,.,.,
.Notary I'nlilir and I" H
Coiniiilmiorior.
FIRE
HULL
CARGO
LIVE STOCK
ACCIDENT
LIFE
Insurance
.lir.V.V. lIAKTHiitl),
.ihscIh H5,.' ltl..0 1 )7
XOItTlI A.1IS.UKM, (M .
AitM 'J.T'sir,
iiaim roito. ;o.v.v..
Aacl' 1,5I I. UK) 7ti
lII4i:I.Y, UAItTI'Olcn,
Aisase.H 1,'im.l IS HI)
I.'l i:it.ATU).'AI.. .N. i.,
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A vto 70II,:7 7il
f'i,i;vi:i..i.Mi, ciiKVi.iiivii.
AClM 5I.",7.' Ss
lIO.IIi:, COI.IMIKI N.
A (. ni5,u;a i:t
a.iii:i.i a.v 'i:.VTUAl.. .110..
Anni'Ih. r.oo.ooo 00
:o..v. ynv'WM. i.ivv.,
Aaacls :iO.OOO.OOO 0
tiiavi:i.i:u'n, iiAi.-i roici),
MI'INV AX'IIi:.T.
ANMfla 1,500.01111 00
KAII.WAV lANi:.i;i(S AS-
.si'it.wfi: t:o.. iiaict..
ANMS'la 500.000 4)0
l.VDKI'K.MU'.M'. HUSTON.
Anet, Kli:tO,H(CJ ISH
Safford, Morris & Candee,
71 omo jvi:vi;i;
CM)' Nut. nil I ai.lt,
Cnlro, X.ll.
j h. iti:iicij:., ak 1,
' FIRE, MARINE, LIFE
A O O I D E N T A :Li
INSURANCE
Wliiler'i Ulock.s'oriKM'M't t ut
fsirs-ot 11111I 'oiiiiiiT4'J;iI
A vcniits
We fl'ti-'i-nt Hie f,. ,. vrnq i . r.
and lMfU'A r,g t in ,11 1 1
XHL'IIA. S liu. Co., nr Cli icairu;
CAI'ITAI. ASH M Itl'l.fjl tlfcSl.lllfc 11:1
.HKCl ltll V Ins. IV,., or New lurk :
I'lMTll. I VI. Ul 1,1,1 I C.I . .
COMMEHCIAL In.. Co., ,r ('lil'rairo
caI'itai. ami M'ltPi.r.- aa.ix.nim
CAI'MAI. AMI Ml 11.1 s :in,hiu
SAMi'A3IO Ins. Co., of .Siirliiffllclil;
"AI'ITAI. AN'l ltM ' M-s:i.S.li:i7
AUUOItA Ins. (' r Aurora, III.:
CAI'ITtl, AM) Hflll 1.1 s H-.r-jR.71.
STATK Plrc Ins. Co., or ( lim-laiiil,
. CAPITA!. AND HU!l'.l-s... ,H2H0,II7
LAMA It In. Co.. or Clili iiu'o.
lAI'ITAI. AM hllll-l.l . l,l(iu,il(JH
rJuHlini;. an I i 'nln.--. .Mi
Htiicl;., luuf, t ri. .i,. M . 1 lt il
Cargoi.. nl Kniglit J ,ti.i Mini
rea.onnblrii.rtii. mtlie al 'ir iriiiinl i' nit-.
1.1
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mi: a.vo maici.m:
INSURANCE
lOHI'AMIX
IN' in U'd TV. "7". :
ASMIITS . ,i,i:ii,-iiii VI.
i'iiiini)i:i, JV. V.;
.tisi;i.s .. .. Si.iiii.,!;-.! it
Hun.', vor, IS'. "V, 5
Assiirs $'jii,7tr.
iejullic, T. ;
.issiriK sum it
Cum i rlol i K On I'mli'i M'l ilci
Yonliui'K, IV. '. ;
A.SSIITS S7N,li ia
Uxiny City;
Assi:is si,-.;i,iti;i v;i
fiiu'iu'ii" liiud, S. I
ANSiri'S tSII7N,IIOU Oil
iSeou ii 1;,v, 2V, "Y". ; Mantie;
ANSK'l-S Sl.lIU sill Oil
't'i!.-li"i! , liudlniK', I'uiiiitiirc, Hull, an 1
Carxoi".. uisiirixl l ratm u. f.minl li- a louad,
)eriniiiniil Kcuriij' u ill warrant.
I ri''i-triilly ns 1; if ihf riim n. nf t urn, u
lir( nf llii-lr .tr''ii.in'-.
C. . JIIU.III.'.S,
Ollii-c at l'irt Nallonul .Until:
AUCTIONKCI.'.
jy T. imuickic,
Licensed Auctioneer.
OFKJCKi VottUf iirescal, nt It. II. Cunulinr
ham'., Ohio Levee, Cairo, llllnol.. ,
sruut door sales iroiiijtly atlenJ.-i io.tiu
WhUIII
HHSW"-"!-" a-aa- . -
gT. CI.AIU nOTDI'i
Ctir.TliIra and Markel Klr.-uU.
st. louis, rxo.
House FurDlshei with Best Spring Boils
llouaa eaatrllrlf '! .!!!"! !or.AU. !,ai'.
Oeuerid It. K "" B,M"" ' uhkuih mo
House. . i.Mi'Qi w n .,ini,...
j. s ni.niii. 1 1 1 1 iiii ii-iiii .
INSURE!

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