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LOCI AN AND 77: PRIVATE SOI-
Tlio Soldier's Friend, a paper pullltlieJ
In 11)0 interest of tllo soUllers" of t)ic Into
i Wftr, Hoi uol ndmlro tho pslriotlc Hon.
"jotirf A? Win, ami rcMsM l Ihrou'up
Iti cap and hall him ns mun of tho po-
ijod.. Now, Hill failure to appreciate tho
General Is iu flat tronson ns any net of
war against.tho gorcrnment could by dny
posiibitliv be, a'faVt which may lie nsccr
talnod by asking Mr. I). W. Munn, or Mr.
John II. ,BArlsn, jjentljiwon wltp, employ
the lanif quill used by tho General, ond
Trho follow Mm because there It money to
bo. miulo by doing hit jpork. And yet the
Soldier' Wend is right Gen. Logan 1j
not cntltlol to nil tho fulsome praise ho
has received from his strlkurs, ns ho li not
quite ns had'n man Is somo of hi enemies,
bare pointed htm.
TUo Soldier' Friend complain thnt the
Gonoral, whllo refusing to voto a few wcri-
of land to tho private soldiers, who secur.
cd tho reputations f such men m he, did
not hesitnto to vote for that grand land
ileal, tho Xorlliorn Pacific Kallroad bill,
Sometime during tho late section, Mr. Mun.
gen, of Ohio, Introduced a bill to give
bounty land to soldiers, nnd Gen. Logan
had it rsfcrrod to tho Military Commlttco
of tho Uoum, of which ho Is chairman,
and then in that committee strangled It
II o then announced that he Intended to
inlroduoo a bill of his own for tho purpose
of allowing soldiers to locate homestead;
but this AMorllon the Friend meets by
saying : "Going to do something U poor
encouragement for the soldiers who
want homes In tho far West."
It Is further chnrged'that thuGenoral
voted against tho bill to pay
pensions through pott matters, nnd
to retain tho present system of
paying through pcntlon ngenclit. Col.
Crebs was a warm ndvocato of tho post
master aytteui, and denounced tho agency
as a fraud 'upon tho soldiers nnd an adroit
way of stoallng their money. Wo bellovo
Col. Orobs was tbo most actlvo friend of
tho measure in Congress, nnd possibly tho
Genoral opposed It on that ground. Of
course .Mr. .Munn it opposed to tho post
matter system of paying pensions bccauo
Gon. Logan K, and it would bo well to put
to him and hi master two questions sug
gested by the Friend. To Logan tho foU
Did you voto to pay pensions through
postmasters, or did you vote to retain tho
present system of paying ponsions?
To Munn tho following :
AVID you, If nominated nnd elected, vote,
and use your inllucncoto abolish the fifty-
liln mln eannlp., nnd to pn.y petitions,
hereafter, through pottinsucrs I
"These' nisorts tho Friend, "aro tho
questions of tho hour; nnd every man who
wore tho lluo if not a pcntloncr himiolf,
hould bo now ready to abandon Ids party,
If necessary, to secure Justico to the pen
tioncr. Let it bo remembered that tho
man who has been Idolized by tho soldiers
of Illinois .John A. Logan guvo his in
fluence for the petition agcntt,"
TUK LOUISIANA DEMOCRACY.
TbeStnto Central Committee of tho
Democratic party of Louisiana havo
issued an address to tho Democratic and
Conturretiro volors of that fitale, and are
organizing for n determined battle ut tho
niiproachlni; election. Tho address Is nn
able paper, brief, but full of mutter perti
nent to tlio condition or tho timw, and cor:,
talning sentences thnt ring with tho rco
nant sound of truo Democratic principles,
Tho only reference to national politics is
found In tho following paragraph, which Is
n succinct summing up of the cvldcnco
of events against Hndlenlltm:
Whilst it is not our purpow to dwell up
on iiatloruil politics, It may bo well to note
the uumlstakablo evidences of dlsintiifac
tlon manifested in everv section against
tho present Federal Administration. To
tbo prop of tho United .State, centralis,
turn is synonymous with despotism, and
tho rapid strides in that direction made by
t-ongress have justly alarmed the country.
W ith no decent respect for tho rights U
tho governed, tftutc-a havo been lubjugated,
reprcientatlon to Congress denied, thd
voire of ovtwhelmmg majorities disre
garded; and, us If to crown nlltheso'acts of
.". tf,?"id.u,u.r,,uUo".' to"Ktu has lal.l
luJIr v, V" V'9 rm Court
Itself. rnder thodomlhaUonofthe Uadl
cul party, bribery and corruption bavu
grown respectable, and ysteuiattc i.lun
tiering of tho national treasury an boiiora
bio profpMion ; taxation fearfullv Increut
1 in the odious system of e.i.lonui-o
adopted In rtt collection ; grinding monoo
oIlMcreatcd that oppress labor; and under
tho flimsy disguUc of "giftt," the oUlces of
tho national government uro sold to the
highest bidder, or bestowed Iu obedience
to an unblushing system of nepotism.
Tho committee then turn to State olllcera
and among other things, tay;
, It will not bo disputed that our last Lei
Wtt' a toproMh to clvllimtlon and
vu liberty. It trampled upon every vlr
tuo tiint should adorn tho character of hon
orable men ftrid elevated every crime it
j IsouW have sought to repress, 'ignorance,
brazen Impudeuco and vlco wore qualifl!
cations necettwy to a seat In tho Judical
tldo of that body, uUj whcn 10 trcu!Ury
was robbed, tho pfc,,iy ,,uaKCj nrul le.
In tho hope of perpetuating theinttlvet
1st power the Legislature passed the rtirU.
tratlon, election and militia laws, each re
ceiving Kxocutivo sanction, and which,
ptthaps, are tho most odious, unjust and
upprcislvo maasures that over disgraced
the sUtuto books of any State. In their
folly and malignity theypaijcd laws to en
force tho social equality, not only of differ
ent races of men, but of tho bad with the
honest, and of tho licentious and 'aban
doned with tho pure and upright. In like
folly they passed laws to reorganize our
once magnlllcent aystem of public school
Instruction, with uo higher motive than to
degrado, as thoy thought, the white ptople
of tho State and create n broach hotweon'
them and our eulotod population; nil
tlicso measures, adopted under tho protonco
of regulating eomluorce, trado, tho public
kIiooIs nnd tho amutd'mcuU of tllo people,
being roallyllntended to pnvothoway to
tiilstH'L'cnnUoii. In short, tho legislation
of If CU nnd 1870 can bo condensed and sum
med up in four words: loxoiiAwr,
V KKAMTY, MilNOI'Ol.r ami uiTinniinw
Tho cotnmltleu then quote from Kadicnl
authority to sustain their assertions, and
oloso with nn npp.'nl to tho Voters
to rally to tho rescue. ofthc 'State.
"With cflkieiit and honost incji to till our
oQlccn of trust," ays tho address ;KvIlh
wise nnd faithful citizens us legilators,
there can be no reason why our people
should not again be prosperous and happy.
Wo hnvo a noil that Is unparalleled for fer
tility; a climate that is genial, mid great
natural advantages nnd resources. Lt us
be truo to ourselves, and u great futurn
awaits us of material prosperity as grand
and unennmpled us the past hushcen ruin
out and disparaging."
Till: MISENltEl.MElt CASE.
Tho verdict of tho jury in tho Misen
heimer cato is creating considerable dis
cussion iu tho Southern part of tho State.
Tho Mound City Journal, referring to It,
says: "Tho jury brought In a verdict of
not guilty nnd thu prisoner was released.
If n man who ha plenty of money commits
a high crime let him get his case into
Alexander county If possible. Thoy got
up mighty fuiiuv juries there when thoy
To say the least of It, this is an unkind
insinuation. It Is more. It is a serious charge.
Although those who did not hear all tho
eridenoo in tho MUenhelmer caso may
beliovo thai tho young mail deserved pun
ishment, only a hold man, or a very
careless one, will assert or oven inslnuato
that-twelve torn warn purchased and a
verdict against' the law nnd evldcnco thus
obtained. No matter how guilty a man
may' be, .if ho cannot bo convicted by
sworn ovldcnco.'VyoiiJ'ti reasonable doubt,
the public weul demands that ho should go
freo. To establish tho precedent of convic
tion on impulse or prejudice, would bo bad
policy, fatal to .tho interest of tho peoplo.
That young Misenhuliuor struck tho fatal
blow most people believe, but that ho in
tended oven to Inflict a serious injury up
on the unfortunate man ho assailed, nnd
thnt tho jury acquitted him for money, as
the Journal insinuates, we cannot believe.
TliolnwyoM for the defetuo are skillful
mon and had no Incentive to uso every
postlblo o-ortfori to sccuro tho acquittal of
their client. That they did this, Is a result
at oncu surprising and creditable to their
ability ns lawyers.
THE NATURALIZATION HILL.
Tho Mew TtirU Trlfluir, wiiicti un l.ccu
anxious for tho passage of n law that would
practically disfranchise tho foreign oml
grants from Ktircpc, and deprive them of
tho right of sullragc, savs :
"Tho Naturalization 11111 goes to tho
protiucni. ii win greatly puzzle mm or
Lis now Attorney General to find a clause
of any practical value therein, unless the
iwo sections milieu ny tlio Benato provo
moro effective In application than they up-
pear on examination. Tfiuy provide lor
mo appointment oi two r.ieeiiou Commis
sioner, onu from each party to political
contests, In cities of more than 20,000 In
habitants. Thee nro not expected to do
mis mono anu unaided, lor tlio ('tilted
Slates Mnrihnl It to appoint deputies to
prcsorvo order nt tho polls."
This commlsiloner business wus Intended
for mischief. It was Intended for fraud.
It means that a power Is to bo used, if
H)ssihlct by them to advance thu Itopuhli
cancauje. It i nn outrageous Interfer
ence by tho Federal Government with tho
control of election. It is an Interference
which hat not been asked iu any honest
quarter. We all know that there Is no uso
forolllcers with ueli vague and ludellnlto
AtTEit Faiivswohtii. General llutler's
friends are prostiug CongruMinuti Funis,
worth with great perlonacity. They uro
resolved to prove that gentleman to bo a
rascal because, ho proved Gun, llutlcr to
bo a thief. And n thev now charirn thnt
Farntworth revived durlnir the war i'J.fiOO
from the Pittsburg, Ft. Wavnn JkChleairo
railway coinpuny if ho would send his
regiment over that road. Fnrnsworth
says ho rweived only f 1,500 from tho
company, and that ho mod it for tho Imiiio-
li or ills regiment. Whlttomoro used the
money ho recelv.sd for ciuletshlju to build
negro eiiurelies, and tll the Kudioal Con
grcii iliowud him thu door and brandod
him as u ratcal, lUit Farntworth voted
that Whlttunioro was not to blame. Ho
had not tawu altogether guiltless of llko
JK'os Wahi:. -Thisgeiithiman hat been
spoken of as tho probable Democratic nom
inee for thn Legislature In Union county.
Mr. Ware is a ound Democrat, an enter
prising citizen and uu able lawyer. Ho 1
an old resident of I'nlon county, thorough
ly posted iu reference to her necessities
und watita, and has the confidence of his
neighbors and the respect of his political
cnomius as well as of hi political friends.
In our opinion the Kouiuorats could male
no better seleetlon, and w hopo ho may
sccuro the nomination.
ChowniNO MATTKas.ThelUdicals are
determined to pre matters and compel
a recognition of tho social equality of tho
'i'gro race. They uro thereforo making a
vigorous movement In this direction at
West Point where tho white cadets aro to
bo coerced Into close atsociatlon with tho
colored cadet. A young wnn, Pardee, of
South CarolliiK, who refuted to sit besldo
tho negro, Smith, hat been placed under
arrest, where ho uow remains with Cadet
Orimthaw, who refused to drill the neero
The Cairo Bulletin, July 26
Tun I.vcomk Tax. A Now York Had-
.n iMtnt nr.?! nflranni rnllmt tmon to pnV
Incomo Inx to accompany tho paymont
with n protest ngallist tlio constituiionaiivy
of tho act requiring" it, ns'therois nodoubt
that tho net will bo set nsldo sooner or later
l.f sin. Uimfftinn r'.nirt nnd then whatever
. , ,
taxes hnvo been paid 'under It with a pro
test will have to bo refunded, whereas I
rio projost Is made tho payor is without a
WlLI.IAMfOX CoU.NTV DLaAT8.
Tlio following named gentlemen havo been
niinutnted deletfafct to the Democratic
rongre'sionul convention from Williamson
"Mcxssrs. Mnt A Hates, V. G. Klrkham,
W. II. Hundy, F. Doty, J. 11. Oalvert, 1).
H. Harrison, John Ogden, A. G. Nelson,
John H. Mauler, Hugh Parks, Samuel It.
Turner, James M. Washburn, A. P. Cor
der. MTThc Vienna Arterusnyt : "Our plat
form for thecomlngcampalgn Is opposition
to high tariff and high taxes, and to all cor
ruptlons In oillco-holdors." The Artery
cannot stand upon that piatiorm anu re
main In tho Radical party, which is a
party of corruption, high taxes and a
robbing tariff. Its brightest lights are
protectionists, and Its ofllco-holdcra arc
as corrupt n. tho sores of LazJirus.
-Hon. D. W. Munn is a politician
of tho parasite order. Without tho ability
to mako a mark by his own exertions he
follows moro nble men who can feed
him with official pap, and
"Crooks tlm irei(nnt liluei of the lore,
Tt.nl thrift may fallow ftwnlng."
Joy Gen. Hhorldan is on his winding
way to Europe, uo is.to Interview tne
President before his departure. He will
find his oxcellencv tnklnir "nilneeaso"at tl
watoring place that pays him a good salary
to act as its advertisement ana uraw cus
A spirited contest for the Democratic
nomination for Sheriff it going on in
Franklin county. A bolt it threatened.
An additional momber of the State Sen
ate is to bo olected at the approaching
November election in tho. Third Senator
ial District. J. Perry Johnson, Jumoill
Washburn, and Col. Morrltion aro seek
ing n nomination from tho Democrats.
Tho Democratic County Convention will
he held on Monday next, August 1st.
PaulSinglefou, a negro, has nnnnounc
ed his Intontion to run for the office o
.Shorltf of Puinskl county.
Jetfersou llrown lost his hand in a
throshlng machine, near Caledonia, on
tlm i7tti I rut It was amputated by Drs,
liatliaway and nhorman.
A runaway occurred at Mound City t
few days ago which runultcd Iu a quite ser
ious Injury to Mrs, Van Xoitrand's little
The sale of Charles Dickons' personal
ctrects realized nearly XI 0,000.
The London papers state that Howard
Paul offered tho executors of Charles Dick
ens six thousand guineas for his collection
of pictures and objects of nrt. Mr. Paul
Intend" to exhibit them In this country,
Mr. Anthony Trolkqw say, In his me
morial article on Dickens, that In his ar
rangements In regard to "Edwin Drood,'
Mr. Dickent expressly stipulated by deed
that his publishers should be reimbursed
for any pecuniary loss which might come
to thoiu by reason of his sickness or death
before the completion of the story.
1. The raniro of the needle-nun Is from
I.'IW to 1,500 yards, and not four of five
.'. Thu movements of loadinir aro exe
cuted as follows: An upward stroke with
tho palm of thu right hand against tho
chamber knob opens tho brooch, tho car
tridge it inserted Into tlio cavity or the
barrel, a push forward and a downward
stroke with tlio right hand closes the breech
and another push on tho needle chamber
(with its spiral spring) completes tlio load
ing, and thu ntlu is ready for "Fire." Dur
ing the whole movement the gun Is hold
with thu loll band, at a "Heady."
:i. Tho gun It never loaded or reloaded
while at ''aim," kimply boeauso it Is Impos
sible to do so.
1. The powder is not Ignited at the rear
end of the cartridge, but next to the ball,
where the iirnltlliL' matter is placed in a
kind of socket of papicr-macho ; and this
is wiiut gives more powor to lists Utii, tue
powder burning from thu front to the rear.
5. The cartridge Is made up ball in
front, ball socket with limiting matter.
powder. Tho shape of tho ball resembles
tho ahapo of a cucumber, and is called tho
long lead (anu oitt),
0, Tho recoil of tho gun It only felt when
it become very mucn neatou ana tlie lr.
chamber filled with tho refute of powder,
When clean, no recoil is felt at all.
t. in caso tuo ncodio mould break, or
liend, or otiierwiiu becomes useless, a new
one can be Inserted in less than five
yecouds; each soldier carries an extra tup
ply of about tlx needle.''.
It it not so much the superiority of tho
noodlo-guu over other breeth-loadori which
hat secured, and In idl probability will in
tho present struggle, secure success to the
i-russian army, as it is tlio thorough edu
cation of each Individual soldier, arid his
.. ...I . ... .
luncci laminariiy wuu uis weapon.
The needle gun was first used in Prut
sla In 1818 nnd 1640, In Hadeu and Schles
wig, and not being doemed effective with,
out an entire clianeu of tactics, and osua.
ciall v of skirmish instruction, was almost
Tho Prustlsn army hat but one calibre
for all small arms, so that infantry or
imrutuooiers can oo tuppnoa vritn cart
ridges from any cavalry, pistol or carbine
Saratoga Ladles' Trunks the bost
manufactured all sizes and prices, at John
Antrim's. Also Satchels and Traveling
Hags of all grades, sizes, styles and
WHKIIVO UKT 'EX.
It is Mid that the'new Constitution, rat
ified by the peoplo on tho 2d instant, will
relievo tho tax payers of Illidols of n bur-
don of at least $5,000,000 per annum. It
Is said with equal truth that if you win
buy your whisky and brandy straights,
your gin fljngs, your tojldlcy.our, wine.s
ales and boors at' tho Sun Flower saloon
presldodpver by the nffablo P. Fltzgernld,
Ksd.? you' Will' escape Tall ,tho, tortures -ahU
tormp.fttJ)f .aching Jieads, .deranged atom-.
cbs used nppctitcs Insoparablttfffsjta tho
tW of-tnipurc articles. Ho kcctVttt vcri'
purest nojuors In the markot, ami serves
therrup in a stylo that is porfeo'tiy Irrosls-
Thftibost billiard saloon in Kgypt Is in
inflection with tho Sun Floworyjij
TUi: TtlCHlMl HPI11UK OR POSK ,WOKM
Forbapa it is not'gencrally known that
thejnuch talked of trichina spiralis, or
pork worm, was first discovered in Amor
lea by Dr. It C. Kendall, of Philadelphia
Pa. with that Amcrlcan'Iiistrumcnt known
at the 'Craig Microscope, costing only
$2,76; aftor repeated failures to discover
the Worm with nn Imported mlcroscopo,
costing $55, "of feoblbr power and lea re
liable' .This factDr Kendall atands
ready to.provo at any time. '1 no. "tjraig
Jiicroaoopc in neat oox-wiiu iuii usrccnon
Is mailed anywhero for 2,75, by ,J4. li
Rosa, 813 Locust St., BL Louis, Mo. '
Head tho advertisement in this paper.
A M.KAHA1IT A!B POPl'LiK UIMMT.
If you liave leisure hour and want to
employ It pleasantly drop in ottIIcnry
Lattner, second door below the post of
fice ITe .has large airy rooms,, splendid
bagatelle Und pldgeon holo table, and tlio
cooicsi ana dcsi lager ooer, iniporteu onu
domestic wines nnd liquors to bo , found in
the city or uairo. Js-.spacious room, rc
tired and 'woll ventilated, supplied 'with
chairs ad, tables, It at tho scrvlco of visit
ori, and Henry himlelf ls nearly always
on hand to glvo everybody a welcome
Drop in on him, and too If nil we havo
said, and more too, it) not true. iw
TUB CttAIQ WCBOHCOPK.
ThU'MHerwcopo it tlraplified and adapt
od to pepvlar as well at scientific use. A
new optical wonder I This is tho only in
strument of high power which requires no
focal adjustment, and thereforo can. lie
readllyjiicd by overy ono, even by chil
dren. Costing only Two Dollars . and
Seveaty-flvo Cents, by mall, oit paid, it
Is within tho reach of all in tho commun
ity, and should be on the table of every
Practloneor. Head advertisement in this
Mako it your business, if you need cloth
ing, to go to a reliable store, where you
can find all you need, and mado In the stylo
you fancy, at such prices ns to suit your
pun nnd the times. Antrim's is justsuch
ahouso. Thcro you will always find a
completo and select assortment of cloth
ing, cither for men, youths', LojV or child
ren, at prices as low as the lowest. Com-
paro his goods and prices, us it will bo to
your interest. tf.
Go to J. O. Hag well, Photographer,
corner Klghth stroet, and Ohio Levee, for
pictures, Carlo do Vitltct, etc. Having
mado arrangements with some of the best
artists of our largo cities, ho respectfully
olielts orders for copying and enlarge
Ing old pictures. Call nt his rooms nnd
see specimens of work In that lino.
TMK IIXTKKMTU AMKSDMKilT.
After ten years of experience, and fifteen
changes in thu ingredients, Phalon has tho
pleasure of announcing that his Vitalia, o
Salvation for the hair, is a perfect article
capabloof infal'ibly restoring gray hair to
lis primary coior, anu wiinuui miiure.
Sold by all druggist and fancy goods
Gentlemen go to John Antrim's, 74
Ohio Lovce, for all your muslin shirts,
hosiery, underwear and paper collars, and
save at least 25 per cent from tho ordinary
retail prices. Ho has tho best cloth cov
ered paper collar over offered In the mar
AiiKyouout sif employment ? If, so
send for tho ''The Greatest Work of thu
Age. Therein you will cortalnly find some
thing that will not only glvo employment
but by porterverancolead to fortune. Seo
advertisement in tins paper. niayiBJiii
W. W. Thornton, No lilj Thornton's
block, Tenth street, has Just received three
hundred boxes of glass, varying iu tir.o
from 8x10 to 30x40. For sale, wholesale
Peter NefTs mammoth stock of Spring
clothing embraces all tho new styles, and
what can be found nowhere else in the
city a large and well varied stock of boy'
as e sure to call at "It Ohio Levee, an
tee tho Juno Hug Hat', with a varied stock
of other new styles, too numerous to men
tion. Kemember Antrim's Is tho ulace to
get your hats. tf.
Ventilated hats, in entirely new styles
the most comfortable and delightful hat
ever worn, at Jno. Antrim's. tf.
Youths' boys' and Children's clothes, at
less than New York prices, will bo sold
this week, nt P. NelTs, regardless of cost.
HaboainsI IIabqainhI A good suit of
clothing for ten dollars, at P. NefTs, 70
Jubt Riciivkd. Tho Shoo Fly F.lliot
and Don't Dodder Mo Hats and caps nt
P. NotTs, No. 70 Ohio Leveo.
You will greatly "mist it" if you don't
buy tbo Star Shirt at John Antrim's, No.
73, Ohio Levct. tf.
DRV 600SS. h
TVHY CJOOJW iff FOURTH
U WAItD. tTj
ll'ni InfrJililloi ihlo tflt Pourtli Ward Grocery
Kinfiraoins: very nrtlf l nsually found in lh trg
tilardry K"od" boose' of tlio oily S
STAPLE AND FANCY DHY GOODS
OK KVEIIT liKSCnilTlON,
Hosiery, Notions, Boots, Shoes
Ami neoiiile(e aisortmenl grntrallr.
TIia iiftlrnnnaA Af thn filllitt.l U ltivltf.lt. the Dflf.
tirlflorgiurratileelnBto sell nnrllilun Iu lilt fine,
Wlictlipr Dry flooiln or Oroccrle, cheap a
tnev ciiu i DoiiKiuwiywiieroin iiiDcny.
, RKMBMBKR THE tLACE
Next Door to the Corner of Poplar
and Mnetecntu Mreeu
The Crccerv Establishment at
the Corner of Commercial Avenue
and Sixth Street will be maln-
?ned as usual, one of the best
itoked in the cltv.
AUCTION k COMMISSION
AUCTION AND COXMINMIOX
KftiiniHtiWtfmnki n the Hllioris of Clro for
IhMr liberal palronatc., and woaM Inrjrrn llism
that ha can I foiiiuliit hi. oM lnl HJCiinnier.
clnlanuo. All fairs nnitly allcnUcdlo.
Ltlieral Advance Mado on Cvurig'
Itemilar slo .!) W'J?''iy''Mil",r'&'.
All eonlKOHunWroveN-ll.roiB P Icy of lnur
anef. I'lirtlff eonIiiliig sjooji will Incur
No Extra Charge for Storage.
For iiromi.t return" aml'tricl llnllon to bul
MfVwnnltl most rcjeclfull) '"" " ' fullow"
IniinorchsnUi, linkrrsanl "''. . v,hr-.
llnlllJsy IK., 1. Iliirl 5 n,.W m K pm
ninitHiiivf A. II. Aillor.l. IS. f. H"ll. Hrllol A
WrtK? Vil'i. fihah II. I, Wllllariiwn. 1-lr.l
York. A. Krroeh, logn. tltrk A Hipper. IVos-
Chtaio. A. Mfl-nlilier. ImU. A. Hall A
Co.. HI. l-rmls. iniyiit.
Jj T. 1MKKER,
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p M. WARD,
DEALER IN FIREWOOD
IM PREfAMRD TO OMDKsUI
rroniftly and SAti-factorily. with the very Ust
OAK and HICKORY
Leave, Ortlers at lluleii'a Old HUnl
ttlt AT TMK SV0ST.011CC.
W. Hlrattiui. T. UlrJ.
THATTOX l IR,
(jucrcsiiors luHltutton, HuJfon A Clark,)
Aku of Asarrlmu fuMdtr Co., ttss4
MauuUt'lurrrs AtreMtafur lot lets Vara.
Q I. WII,LI4MtiO,
No. 70 Ohio Levee, '
NpeeltU.aUaMtlau tjtlveu to Cttal
tuessls tsnd I'll I Its K Order.
J H. II A UK F.I;,
DUALKK.4 Iti n
LASSW.UtK And IIOUNE FUKNsNH
IIS and 117 COMMERCIAL AVENU
Thatwnatory n-aiiia dwelling and lot
'bekiiiuliiic to Jno. KnclUh. altuated In
IJIUL'H ..u. wi Ull null P.I.'T., IHH'11 "Vll.M.
nXttet ami Jtrfur.-cti arcmio, Cairo, 111, Tho homo
routalaa a god ball,
Tliree rso Hoom
on t'svli floor i a Rood trick cellar under it aad
a large cistern on the premlsoii. For furlber par
llcuhirt apply to 11. I1I.UM,
Cur.ier Hcvanth Bl. ani! WathlDgton are,
Cairo, lllmsi", Ji-ly l, m, JyKdlm
T M. FJIILLIiiV 0M
' I V..v. ,
G OM MS S 1 0 M E R C hlA N T S
1 1 ' 1 " Ixmo,- ILINOIH.
srAY"liyiFid to rcrolse, sl'rr mi l fcimfril
fti luhls to nil points, and huy nml nn imiiii.
",M-iia;iasa'aM8idod ionV, -
j NO. .PlIIIifiIH,
(!jucx;osor lo Psrj.iT lViiHI'.l
' (J.aERAIi L
. FORWARDING MEHGHAH.I ,
Flour, JMeitl, Hay, Com, Oulii,
Cor. 10th St.& Ohio Levee
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, i
irttara llrtttl.i tstss rrllr antl
OHIO lkvi:i:, CAIIIO.
FULTON Si SONS, - - Proprletura
Arts Haw its ltall Ofralla.
Mesirt. Fulton A: kot ara t.rebarcd So furnlah
all kind of Flour of lh lt quality, and also
aaui rmi oi an mnui. iiraiiam riour, luiaa"
or In lest noactllr, ntatta firms lli Iwtt While
k..l ' " ...HI'.lll
Plaster Paris Plasterers' Hair
Iilme In Hulk, til way ss on Isanti
CORNER 8lh St. &0HI0 LEVEE
HNYT1I Sc. CO.,
Alto, keep ronitantly cu hand a nio.t roin-
l-ltftc slock o
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
Wo ara ncenta tor J. Ileid A Co.' CVIehMli d
Wi iell aiulutirely for Cu)i, u whleh f.u i r
liiTile tlio kttt ntion of rloo Uirpiiu buyer
Kecial allentioo giren to AIUiik ordtrs.
"QN THE MOVE."
H. M. HULEN
Itaa HemoTfsl to HIm Old Staud
U Commercial Avenue
Whsroiia solid ia a cooliniiante of i.atronago o
nia former cm to mere, as well as thM of uiauf
atar ones aa soar want prima groceries, profit lonsy
f to., raroaikaVly cheap for oah.
Terma i Hlricily roth, for which lie will sell,
lower t,lln lhe lowest. e7tf
m TO EM,
TICKETS F0R SALE
FAHB tYraus (.Ivareol, lAtutlonderrr.
dUatyaw r ttMalw So Cmiti
SaVstrd, MTorrta Caadee,
im". JOHN IlUlil.'S COLUMN'.
D. JOHN IIUMN
M i, CELEDpATEO
........ltiiijny.. r u,
CURE OF AGUE AND FEVER
Ol1110 c,xcl Povor.
rtMIK tinilrl)'lnr nflhi e.llnl.i niclii'im,
X JUflly Maim lr ll ii niiivnonl) .neralli.
uiuJirji rrrr old red lolho liuUln for Ihe nxli. e.
Utfu, iirJy d" ftrmamrl irtt of AM"'' nod f-Vvit,
or i.iiiiix an i rcer, wiihiiht in nori nr loin;
UadlDK. .lift reler to lh enlit" Weslein nnd
Ruulhwuilerii I'oiiulry to U ar him Il-j.1 I Inopy In
Ilia truth of thn aiortloii, Ihnt n no i-hm
nhaKferwill il fall In i lire, If lh clln-eilnii air
trlollr follow ! itiid tarred out. In k,arel
many Caee a moyii- iln"r ha Im'vii rultkieat lur i
SMirr. and srholMainiliaa li.iro l.cen riirfd f.y u
aluaia ImSII, Willi i. hi rfert restoration ir iIih
Reneral hAlth. it it, homntr, nrsidml, and in
nvtfy taao inoro cerl.ilii lo cure, If liuer Wi'im
tlnneil in smaller done for a erk or tart tifltriln'
tUarat ha- lun e)ic ke.l, rnorr ipiially in ilit
nciiii anu sons maouiiik mh', uiiiiuijr, uu.
Invduslni will uol reiur mir nid Ui k.epliii.
towels In order', ehnnM (ho )ntllei'il, liottet
er, r4utr a rathailio ino.lklii', after liasiin;
latteu ll or four loe of thi Toi.i.', a Inn k
4o.it 01 Mstll'a Vrttrtaltlfi t'aistlly I'tll.
will 1 VtlttiCieDtr
UU. JOHN III'l.t.'H Hriii:ilnWii
NO. 40 FIITH, (;russ' Slrisrt,)
Ta My VnllcilhlattN ami WmrUl
IIIAVh rertimt raany Uriiioiiiiial lium
SirofetalOiial and medlril men, a. my almanac
and sartoun ul.licatious hale elxiHn, alluf will Ii
arenoaume. Tho followlliK. frurn a highly . 'In
cileil and l4ilar Vhyiiair Hi ltorn. l rer
talul) oat. ulihr mo'l ei lmltlti euiiilnuuieatun
lhnt met riO'lsrd. Ur. Clutnant LOKa.'i
actly wli li Huk of, and hi. I. .tlmony !
Mrtet to if written In Inleri of rol l. llr
whatlho 1 lor a) of Ussll'a Mortwi Hta
VUlanor, auir ( ninty. ;...,
June it, InU,
lr. Jon Itcu. lar Hm I ha rNeiiil
Kisau your "Worm llruet " -rul liial",
an. mil tt wonlerfully emioii". Ii ha. u t
falleil Iu a slni(a inilnorr tit hast Ihr wuhrd-kr
eBecU 1 am dolnij a Jirctly liro rouul) t-ra did
aod nata dally ! (oi i"f aillelaof llit kidy
I am tn" to ronfr.a .lut 1 know of no reme. i
recoiiiineu.li'.l ly I rio aUt aulhuritlei lliul I.
rerUinand tje.y in Its UtetU. Uu tl.e contrary
Ihev are tineenaln In lhe extreme. My ol Hcl.n
wrillnayotl It loflndout utmn a hat Urinal call
vt th uitdleine directly linn you. If 1 can k!l
it Ulioo ray terms, 1 shall u.(" a (rest detO ol I
I am autre lint tl.o ui.ol iwharli.Jrii Ixuntrai)
to IhoteachlnK and irarticoof iiieal uujunlj
jC Um rtfuUr lint ilioardlnr a remedy whlcho
know So l-t iiiriciiit, lni.lyl'"'UMae mayU
iKiiamatof it. eoinbiaatlon. Kur ni) ivt, I shail
tiuiku It a nil to lw all and itrry tutana Iu ui.
letialMauMannKhumanil) Ml, Ii I may l- atig
to rummaud-nut hcs.tatuu MtuU'ti minis one
inor IiikuIoii than my .(If U Ivurucd il
erfrt t flrl, ami etnred Oi ol rijjht tu Mrcstre
that know I vil.-. Iluwi.ir, I am ly uo mean au
adfo-aloruijlerol lhlhi.ui.uidf aoithli..
iiu.lruin. Ilil rluod Ihr coiinly. tl.it pllr-rt lit
mif all manner ol ili.earj. Iu wIikIi ileih he.r
I'lease rej.ly oon, nnd inform me of j.mr l--i
erm. Iain,.r, i ry tvl-- tfu y,
JL'l.ll.'ii'.l.KMK.NT, M I
KctJ (he :ii(ulnV let licr uul
"1 taw f.cllorrroia liia Mother:
Itenton llarnu'ke, Mo., Arili, l"..
Dlt. JOHN lll'l.l.-IWMr l.'ucvtiu lhe e!h
eleneyof )our Mriarilla, and Uu- hrulmc and
beneficial qiiatitlia II Tuwees, .end ynli llir
follow mi lnU illicit ol inycaatit
I wounded ulwul two )i ar nj;o- Ma. takro
lintoneraiidviiufini'd luraiit. en inonlhi. Itvlu
muted roollcli, my Moiiadt lnUMiul helrd ).'l,',
I hare not sat Hiu mown nt ainei I ua uoituji d
lam ehoi lhrout:h I In- hips. My jj.'i.r.J hitilli
l llii.iirrd, uud I need .omethin Iu u,-.it m
lure, I h.iVf more fmlli in )niirriiraararau tluu
in an) thliiK else. 1 M. lluil thai n Meniliiie
I'leiue tiiire.. me n half ill-Jrr lotilea, un.l
oUlK" CAI'I'. C. I'. JOH.V.-O.N.
Ml. IjiUii. Mo.
r. H. Thel.illoKinx f wnlten April 8", Uit,
h Mm. Jennie J.ii..uu, mulher of dpi Jnhu
Mt, JOHN llt'I.I. I t. ar Hirs My huUu I, In.
tl b. Julinlon, ua uaklllful aiir;euii and ldi)n
Ull Iti Central .Nc Vork. vtheiv he died, It-mil.
thn uhotr t , 1. Jnhnsun in my wire. At flnrte. n
years of , ho had a ihrouio dlitrrhea 1111.1
tt.-roful s.'fi.r uhlehl t;aohlm )OiirKir.iuiilli
IT CUKKIi il .M: 1 l,Mi' tut ten years iivcm
Ineiideil it lunniiyill Nik Vork, Ohio itiid I-.,
fur acrofulu, leter rnre.1, uno general di luhl)
I'erfiot tumaa lua atteudrd It. 7A i.r tfutij
la was tditi vf truU m4 (ur urt vat aiM..i
m'i!mi, I am scry uutioua lur my on lo ai'.iu
liifnreoiirn 10 )our hura.urilla. He t. f Mifui
of Kettluigit iuiiiiii iirlicle, hem e hi wntintr n,
you font. Ili Mi.uud uero lernhle, l.iii j u
IieVelmaill rcour It.ilu rlfilllv,
AITIli: XTI(! IXXI1.M i:TN
Arkansas Heard From.
TeHtlHioiiy ol' McUIcmI Men
1 Htony Point Whlto Co., All;. M.17 J, s.
' )r.Jonii llutt iJenr Bin Lut l-'eLriiury I
nt Louliiville iurcli:iliiK ilrnxs, and I uui aoint
of your Mnmaimrillu nnd Crdron llilti r.
My aondU'luM, Mho was ulth me In thol"ie,
him heeii down With IIih rlieumuthuii for aume
lime, aomiurnced on llio Hlttorn, noil soon fouud
hisKcaoral hvalih imnroreu. :-
IT. tiint, who haa hot n 'in had health, tried
them, and honl.n improved,
'r. Collet, who haa en tn bad hetUli for scy.
end yeart .tuiu aiuf lirtr uilcCU'd-he linni cre
very much by tho umi or your itinera, Indedu
tho Cdron llulerH has uiven yo" Kre"1 l'pulr.i
intuit eltlmeut, J Ihlnk.l coiila avll a w
qutnlily of your incd gm fr1! tfjfjplally
Vdron l)ltier nnd 8.irararllla. Hlilp me
Memphis care of ic.keUeely.if(i
C, IJ. WALK Kit.
Proparf d by U. JOHN IlUJJi a
hln Laboratory, Fifth Htrtct, Loul
rorime by hahblay bro.