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The Cairo Bulletin, July 38.
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(ilPlBJHirnr; ni-isi- hiui
ov.Joncu to sutlii our
V I'fif0 wo nro tlirougli with
tliii null' fUCCCd 'n convincing tlio
Suiiof the truth of tho churgo wo have
nii"Io. Of thii wo hnvo no doulitj but,
juilfur tho moment, must keep In our
lac tor tho heavy nhoti which we iiiton J to
Urn on this Smptrtiuit Mihjcct. Novortho
wo shall proceed nt this time to fur
nish our nclghlwr with sumo of the least
Important evidence. In our possession.
J.ct tu. then, in order thai wo way bu
understood. tnte the q'jostlon 'In lsuo
Wo Imvo clmrgtd Mr. Munn witl
being n fecrct enemy of (Ion. Rauin when
that crentlcmnn ran ns tho itadlcnl candl
date for Congress two years ago, and that,
to giro clfcct to his enmity, which had
its foundation in ambition, he ruquestod Re
publicans to vote for Col Crow, the Dero
ocrntlc candidate, In opposition to Gen
Kaum. And hero nrlics tho question. Is
thli n truo charge ? Wo unhesitatingly
announce thnt thcro aro abundant rcaions
to believe that It It. nud among those
reason tho following:
1. lion. D. "SV. Munn, lh his own nature
not nbovo such baseness, under tho mnnlp
ulatlon of Mr. Pope, distinguished ns the
keeper of Mr. Munn'i conscience and for
great adaptability to tho meanness of llnd
leal trickery, was likely to bo guilty of the
lascnc charged. To attempt an elab
oration of this proposition would be, at
foolish as to uttempt to roflno gold or
paint tho llily. It stand out as atelf-evl
dent proposition. '
2. lion. I). "V. Munn was a gainer by
tho defeat of Gen. Kaum. If tho Gcuoral
had succeeded hu would hnvo had a good
chanco for rcnominutlon, and Mr. Munn
would hnvc been compelled to stand back
still longer. Who can. doubt this? Col.
Crabs was tho itrongcit mini tho Demo
crats had in tho district. JIo was fenred
by nil tho Radical party, and not without
cause, nt the results of thcjoloctlon proved.
If ho had been defeated, hit conqueror
would hare been high in Kadlcol fitro
Is a proposition which cannot bo contro
victcd. Hut, on tho other hand, it was teen
by the sagacious, that, If Col. Crel suc
ceeded, his opponent would from that
moment boa dead cock In tho Radical pit,
ntid Munn tho "coming man." Thul
Mr. Munn understood thu situation is
beyond doubt; and thus it appears that
ho had ii motive In noting ns charged,
which fact givet color to tho truth of the
two years ago, Mr. Munn, buforo nny
cinirgo oi ireachery to Uen. Hauiii had
toeu made agnlnsthlm, denied thutho was
treacherous, protested that hu favored tho
ckitlou of tho General and teemed to bo
anxious to have tho people believe him n
truo partisan. Hut ho protested too much.
and only succeeded InnwnkonlngMHpliiun.
I. At Ml. Cunnel ho n
proaciieJ a promlnonl JUdicnl
and made to him tho iiropnsltloii
wo Imvo ptiblUhed, told, him in mildtanco
urn. no woum not regret the def.-nt of
iim. llaum, and asked him tololtthcnom
C. Gen. Itittim, wo haro reason to bo
Here, wasnwaroof Mr. Munn't treachery,
and only an allldavit from that gentleman
count convlnco us that this is not truo
Can Mr. Munn obtain tuch nn nlllduvlt?
Will Gen. Kaum testify that hu was not
told that Mr. Munn had nskcl nt leant one
Republican to labor for l.U defeat, or at
leait tit vote against him' If hucan, we
thall bu at once gratified and intonl.hed j
but we fear ho cannot. Wo foar that hi
treachery was not covered over, and that
Katun, although ho presided at thu con
ven;igu which nominated Mr. Munn, looks
upon him M a trickster and knows that ho
was his enemy two yean ogo. Ills pros
cnt pport of Mr Munn onlvprovw that
ho prefers tho .m. 0f th.,' Kepublican
rly to the defeat 0f an unworthy man.
Wo made this charge on wh,t Wg ll0.
Iive. to be good authority, and so it,nr
believe that it It as truo a Holy Writ.
HOLD MIXJXU IX COLORADO.
Many pcrtons do not soutn to understand
the character of tho gold and alitor
iiiiuut of this new and growing Territory:
but, supposing them to be of the tamo
character of tho Placer mines of Califor
nia, regard them as they would a lot
tery, very uncertain.
-Now, a Placer mine It one that hat for
Ut foundation a "bod rock," overlaying
hkh Is dirt and "bouldert," and tho gold
. umuincu. ny was ning said dirt und bould
ert by tumdng it through a tlulce box.
When they Bet l0 t)le bt.j rick Ldr
claim It exhausted. In these kind of mlnu
n man may makea fortune in a day' tlmo,
or ho .nay run for a you, and make noth
Ing. .So uncertain are such mln(!g (havInK
no indication by which you can tell wheth
tr thoro it pay Ir,;hera or not)tbat, t
not for tho fact that some of them now
and then pay very much, they would never
be worked only for tho hope that a ''streak
of pay" might be ttruck tliat would yield
At large und rich "nuggott" as did "John
Smith's" claim. Hut tho mines of Color
lido nro different, being fUsurotoponcd up
through tho earth from an unknown depth,
tho bottom of which has never bcon reach,
ed, whether In Colorado, Xcvnda, Califor
nla, Mexico, Smith America, Australia or
Germany, though In the three lt named
countries thiiro nro mine that Imvo bcon
worked oil' and on for morn tlmn ono hund
red vears, and In m.iiio ol them it depth of
three thousand feet hns loon readied. Hut
tho experience In all developed mines of
thU character is tho same, thnt the deeper
a mine tho rielier is the nro. And this
it now fully pioveii and understood when
we take into account luu it. aimer in wn.cu
tlu'u mines weru made, und tho variations
In the i.ppcnrancw, weight nud texturu.of
the mciiil nr quarlz; for, 'lot' it be under
stood, that ull tcleutlllc men who have ex
amined thoo fisurcs agree thnt they were
nado by an eruption -from an interior
cause, the force of which threw Into the
open crevlco the molten mast which In lt
cold state wo cull quartz or gold-bearing
ore, aow. tuts tot) quart, looks like yel
low clny burned, does not weigh more
thnn four to six tont to tho cord, and its
porous, honey-comb appearance thews
conclusively that, while in n melted state,
the heavier oro or multlo settlod down
bolow, whero Wo' flml It weighing from
nino lo twelve, lout to tho cord, which Is
not only heavier but proportionally
richer per ton tlmu the lighter quartz, of
Thoro is In these mine three kinds of
"Cup" or "Trap rockt," one being the dot
ing in of the walls which does not often
occur, and food open nut. Another, a
"key rock," which has fallen from u
wall abovo audjodged In tho crevlco below;
but the most difficult caps It where the
walls stand open and the material
(Hied In Ih tho tamo that we
extract gold from, hut unchanged by
this action of water or any other cause,
which ehaiige seem to be necessary to pre
pare It for the process or processes that
Wo' use for extracting the gold; mid,
though this "cup rock" dues not roi-emble
tho ores, yet we have evidence that It
is tho tame. Ily tiro aay, wo Und it
has gold in it; and by reducing it, wo
find the ore existing in It. Then, again,
wo find In the bright tires water coursing
through, or evidence: that it has tlonu to;
while In the cap rock we do not have that
evidence, except when we find it narrow
ttrcak of -bright ore, which narrow
streak of ore yields gold by our process ns
dots the richer ores above and below tald
"capt." Thoie "caps" teem to bo n no-
cettlty for the. tupport and safety of the
mine, nt Ills, left In for the shelter of the
miners below from rocks falling from
above. The tires of these mines nro
blasted put with powder, leaving tho
smooth walls standing perpendicular on
Tho gold and silver mines of Colorndo,
became of many unwarranted specula
tions, have bcon regarded by many n hnv-
ng no real value. Hut while this may
be truthfully itld of some of the unde
veloped mines, it is not true in the main ;
for experienced minor in Colorado
have taught us tliii established
furl- t.lm.t i'ili(i.'7A.Mr, mio." experi
ence In this particular, In Colorado, is only
In keeping with that of nil other mining
countries on the globe. Therefore, it
man need not he mistaken In the invest
ment of money in the mines of this char
actor; for, first, the evidence U, that it
mine that pay on top invariably pays
better below; and, tecum!, that a true
fissure vein never runs out.
Having tliuMi Infallible proofs to gorern
us, wo may, with mifety, invest our money
in the mining business, knowing that it
win yield it larger profit than iinv other
bulnct on this or tho Kuronuun contl-
rient. Hear what tho London Mining
Journal say. about the matter .
'There can be no doubt but that If mln
Ing shares generally were more readily
negotiable than they are. they would find
much more favor among capitalists than
thoy have commanded hitherto from thu
much hotter lntcrot th.ty pay than other
investment. A ctrcful calculation was
made, not Io.ik tlnce. which nrovvil lit i(
the three hundred and fifty mines com
prised in tin. nilning-shitre list paid, on
the average, three timet at large dividends
at the avuraifii paid hy railways, emml.
bridges, wiiter-work. nnviifatlon. e.n.
dock and laud oiuiianles.' .Villi U'liiilt
wh rrtiininbt-r tint our inim are. moru
than three tlmas us rich as thu mines ol
England uud Wales (as was nroveii t
the eji,Itlon ut Paris four years iil'o.
where nil the developed mines of thu world
were represented, und where Colorado re
ceived thu premium for rlr!in..ti
fly calciilutu on u ureal deal
larger profit than they obtain from
working the mines In Knuland or unv
other country yet dl.covered."
Colorado mines aro gaining favor not
only In our own country, but tho old
world Is beginning t.mu.d over her capital
for investment. Two months nud it half
ago Kngllsh capitalists nald r,.r
it known m the Trorablo
I.) Colorado. 11 VM 1,1111, lr.ul .....I
......... 1.1. ..hu
fifty thousand dollars. Mauv other I.,.
vestments have been and are being made
almost daily in tho Colorado mines.
An old miner writing un thlssubject, says;'
"After ton yearn, experience In those
mines I sm convinced that
to an enterprising man there is no batter
field for Investment than that of Colorado
for after takingout monoy from day to dav
from your minci for years, It it thon more
valuable, and, should you want to tell,
will tell for a thoutand fold more
than you gavo for it. And hero let mo
ay that, should a man looso monoy in tho
mines, it u hit own fuult in not being gov
erned In hit purchato by tho 'infallible
rule' above given or from noglccttowork
the mines, for it , u truth domon
ttratod,that a mlun wni
without being worked, and honco It Is not
alwayt profitable to hold a mine simply on
The Jackson county Dcmocrnlic conven
tion wn held latt Saturday nt Murphyt
boro. The convention was called to order
by Dr. John Ford. Judge Hradloy was
selected chairman, Prof. Theodore James
of Grand Towor and F. A . Yost secretaries
lion. U. K. Jtobli.ton was nominated for
thu Legislature, Mr. Itoliliison for Sheriff,
an Mr. Phelps for coroner. The con von
lion wiih largely attended nud the host of
feellne; prevailed. Tho candidate for tho
LegisFiiturc, U. E. ltoblnson, wat cloctod
two years ago, but by tho perfidy of their
Radical olllcort of Jackson county procinots
enough were thrown out to defeat film,
thereby electing Mr. Dennlson, of Vffll
lani'oii county. Tho treatment of Mr,
Itobintun was then nt now rccordod' as
disgrace to Jackson county. We ond6fso
thu nomination of Mr. llobln'on at wlo
uud desorved, notwithstanding nit ap
poneut, Judgo Lemma, of Carbondalo, is a
strong and Influential Domocrat. HV.
now make the prediction, thnt the majority
in old Jackson for tho ticket nominAttriofa
Saturday will be between three and
four hundred. Tho Era snyt that tho
ticket it weak and will bo defeated. The
same paper tnlked this way two years ago,
when the Democracy rodecmod tho county
by hundreds of majority from Kadi
cnlism. Democracy of Jackson, you havo
done nobly thus far; wb look with confi
dence to your future.
A (2uk.iv. AVo are anxious to obtain
Information. In fact, it dosire to tearch
aftor information hat been a weakness
with ut ever tlnco our youth. And whoro
shall wo go for Information concerning
Munn if not to Munn. We aro therefore
constrained to nsk Mr, Munn certain quts
tiont and to solicit un answer nt hit earliest
convenience. "Did you, Mr. Munn, visit
Golconda, latt Fall, for tho purposo of de
feating tho nomination and election of Col
Kuykcndall to tho constitutional 'conven
tion? And, if you did, was not you In
fluenced in your conduct in this matter by
considerations not unlike thoto which made
you the treacherous friend nod secret ene
my of Gen. Haiim tho year beforo? In
other wordt, did you not took to compase
hit defeat, to that ho might bo put upon
the shelf and not any longer be a rival of
yours fur congressional honors ? ' A brief
answer, pleato, to each of the question,
nud much oblige.
MkTho Auioricnn Bonaparte, Jerome
apolcon, grandson of the Old Jerome
Napoleon and Madamo I'attonon Bona
parte, has sailed for Europe for tho pur
poo of Joining tho French army of tho
VST Our navy Is being put upon a war
footing. It It tho Intention of the admin
istrate nto involve tho country in tho
complications of Europe?
Stay Thu telegraph savs that tho superb
orityoftho ncedlo gun to tho (;imns
Why Llitcolu Wsi kill..
A New York jinpor j;ivfs tho following
version or linotli s grout crimo:
llootli bad n dcHr friend llgbtliif; for tlio
fiiusis ofXontlmrn indetiondfticf. Col. Jolm
. lleall, of Virijlnln. Uy the fortunes of
wnr iiihi menu it'll into I no imniis 01 tlio
t-nciny, wms clinrj;t;l with nuiimroiiscriinos
nnu trieit uy n military conrt-mitrtlitl, con.
vuirmi oniy to convict, nntl sentenced to
iivatu. At this Uooth's heart wat wrunir
myitis fjrlufj for this friend wnt to hint more
tlmn friend j iiiom than hit brother
no inreu film us only such men enn
love, Willi nil thu wild pulsions of his
tietj) nititiro. Through tho idd, nnd in
company with McCloln, Forney, Hnloand
.!"".. o"Bbt and gained tho onr of tho
1'res dent, Lincoln. "With all hit great
..in. luiiiiuiu ei'Kim'iicu, iMUorteil liy tlio
nbovo trio, ho told to Mr. Lincoln tho
story oi ins inomisitlp Tor llonll, and his
grluf nt tlio cruel doom which awaited
iiihi. no ov.oiignt tho Kxocutivo clomency
lor ms iricni ; hikI through tears at Urn
giowuig reoitni or so deep a friendship
mid adjuration for mercy, thu l'rctldant
Kinr liuutll Ills
toi....... ,,i.A r .,:..t. .:
for lli ull.
un it nappy heart, full of gratitude
, .1 VS." ur,w'10111 " "iul little respect,
Hwitli left tho .'residential mansion, with
I ll I I fill I.I lw..a I.. 1... t o ' . .
....,,, ll( jiroiuues oi a nullon's
fhlor, to commimlcato tho Joyful Intalll
gence of that promise to his Incarcerated
Irlend, whoso llfo ho had savod by his
durod the pardon af lleitll; but Seward do
termlniHl thnt thu pardon ahotild not bo'
...iituui. n'.-i'uruu ir iu ins ne.itni... a
K , , . ,ill'r Im,c" dobato Mr. Lin
coin yielded hN solmnly plighted word,
nnd thu bravo, gallant young soldier of
tlio South met n felon's doitth on tho tcaf-
AVhpii Ilooth liuniod how false tho
I resident hud been to his pledge, and that
" " amierett ueain uy infamout
meant, he grow furious with crluf nn,l
rage, and swore u solemn oalb that ho
nuiiiuruti-iiKu nit ueam upon tho man
who had given hU promlso for imrdon
only to break It. 1
'J hat Hooth kept his oath, nd Lincoln
r"s" y ms uniiu, aro lacu known to
from tho Mi.sourl KcuuUlcau.l
ii...t.v. .. ";:i. r," v . ,. as im
..,.,.. ,n ,i, u io be placed in com
miind of a corpt d'armoo and sent to oner,
ate In connection wish a French fleet on
mo manno rrontler of l'rusiia
.Vitpoleon Joseph Charlas Paul 1, flrit
cousin of tho Kmpsror, and ton of J"
ome Iloneparto by hit marrlago with tho
l'riuceH i'rederika of Wurtomburg: Jer
lKr, bch g Miss Pattorton, of Laltimor.
no was born nt Trictte. entmia, o.t,
lHi.', and passed tho moitnf 1,1. .1". ' e
n lb., ni... , , "v'v si i
Vp$U? A! EOS 0,"
mission to res da In i-.i. .;.j. ."rir,r"
of tho Count do MVf Y 7 i , l,,u
ltoturnlng to Franco In 184? T V'
r.prcg it them in tho constituent assem
bly, and at once boca.ne a loader of the ox
truino lUdlcal party. He changed his
opinlont to tuit the times, and In 1840 was
sent as minister plenipotentiary to Madrid
but was soou recalled on account nr
violation of the diplomatic mage, lie
was a prlnco In December, 1853, and glvon
nttho eamo tlmo a sent in the Sonalo nnd
Council of Stnto, the grand cross or tho
legion of honor, nnd tho rank of gonural
ordtvitlon. In 1854 ho commanded an
Infantry division of roscrvo nt tho battles
of Alma nnd Inkormanu, but toon after
returned to Franco without having teen
any activo torvlce. This did not tend to
Incroaso hit popularity at home, and he
was henrtllv laughed nt by the populace,
yho thon dubbed him "IMon-Plon." In
18C5ho was appointed President oftho
Imperial Commlislon of tho Universal
Exposltlon.i i nnd iproyod himself' butter
fltn,TYir the ai-tf nf'ncaco' than for tho
acience of war. In. 1848 he wst placod at
tho head of tho minlttryifor Alglcrt ana
the colonies, but tpecoHh'rctlgnca. In the
ItHllnn campaign of 1859, ho commanded
ttin mnv nf roservo.tbtit Darticlpatcd in
nn hut tie. Ho Was. President of
tho French Commlsilortf to represent
Franco nt tho EnclIshJfixpoiitlon at l'arit.
hnld In 1868. but rcilttnM In contcnuenc
of a reprimand from the "Emperor for a
ipooch madaat Cartlc'aon tho Inaugura
tion of a atatuto to thflrst Napoleon, In
V.r iflfls.ilm wst married' to tho Princes!
Olotlldo,. daughter of Victor Kmanncl,
January 80, 1859, anu nat two sons w
oldest clshth.veart. the vounceot tlx.
Prince Ifapbleou haaniatrvor yet shown
litmtMf b1n to nronerlv'cotumand a reel-
mont, much lest a corpt, and If hetucceedt
now, It will bo notning tnort oi a military
THIS TUICH1I1 HPIBILU OB l'OBK WOK
Porhatw It Is not generally known that
tho much talked of inehina tpiralii, or
pork worm, was first dltcovercd In Amer
ica by Dr. It C. Kendall, of Philadelphia
Pa, with that American instrument known
as the Crate Microscope,, costing only
$2,75, after ropented failures to discover
the worm with nn imported microscope,
costing S55, "of fcoblcr power and less re
liable' This fact Dr. Kendall stands
roady to prove nt nny tlmo. The "Craig"
Microscope in neat box with full direction
It mailed anywhere for 2,75, by E. II
Moss, Jiltf iocutlbt., t. louit, 310.
Head tho advertisement In this paper.
r, my 31. U3II1
This Microscope Is tl.upliflcd nnd adapt
ed to popular at well us scientific use. A
now optical wonder I This it tho only In-
ttrumcnt of high powor which requires no
focal adjustment, and therefore can bo
readily used by every one. even by chil
dren. CosIIbk only Two Dollar and
tfeventy-fira Cents, by mail, pott paid, It
la .with In the reach of all la tho commun
ity, and should be on the table of every
iractionccr. Keau auvortuetnent in tuli
so i' jib a unci.
Make it your butlnoss, If you need cloth
ing, to go to a roliablo store, whero you
can And all you need, and Bade In tbo stylo
you fancy, at tucn prices aa to suit your
purse and tho timet. Antrim's Is just such
a house. Thcro you will always And a
complete, and select assortment of cloth
Ing, either for men, youths', boys' or child
ren, at price as low as the lowest. Com
paro bis goods and prices, as it will bn to
your interest. tf.
corner Eighth ttroet, and Ohio Levee, for
picture., Uarto de Vltltet. etc. Havinir
mado arrangements with tomo of the bott
artists of our lurgo cities, bu respectfully
onciis omort ror copying and enlarge
Ing old pictures. Cull ut h roomt nnd
see specimen of work In that line
iiADic.w. KKroHM. Tho old modo of
clmnglug gray Imir to u color moro or lest
natural, It eternally abolished. I'iialon'
ITALIA, Oil SAI.VATtO.V KOIl THK JIaIH.
impartt to the bleached llbert tho very
maun mat hat been bleached out of them
by tlmo or .Icknoss, and Is clear and Las
no sediment. Kold by all druggists nnd
lancy goout Ucalcrt.
wBimomcn go to jolin Antr iu's. 7a
sn a .
wniq i.ovoe, Tor all your muslin shirts,
hosiery, underwear and paper collan. and
savo at least 26 per cent from tho ordinary
retail prices. Ho has tho best cloth cov
urea paper collar ever offered In th mr.
I i lii i SJ ii i
A II V ... , ..
vu, ii, uiiiiuormcni f ir. to
toau for tho "Tho Greatest "Work of iho
Age. Thorelnyoit will certainlv find
mmg tuai win not only give employment
but by pertcrvoranco lead to fortune Seo
.1.1 .1. ... "
uvriiaeiiicn.in mis paper. tnnvl3m
naratoga J.adlot' Trunks-tho best
manufactured all sixes and nrlec. nt John
Antrlm'i. Alto Satchels nnd Traveling
K ui an grauc, siren, styles ut,d
W. "VV. Thornton. No 131 Thornini.'.
block, Tenth street, has lust received th
numired Nues of glast, varying In tho
front 8x10 to 3040. For snlo. wl.0ll,.
Peter NofTt mammoth t lock of s nrim.
clothing embntccs all tho now styles, and
what can bu found nowbero elso in iin
cl-y 'rgo and woll varied ttock of bovs'
eacturc to call at 73 Ohio Levee, un
too tho Juno Hug Hats, with a varied .toMt
of other uew styles, too numerous to men
tion. Remensber Antrim's Is th nia .
get your bats. tf
Youths' boys' and Children's cloth... .i
loHbaoJNow.York prices, will ba sold
this week, at P. Kes, rogardlett of cost.
IfABflAiiral Iliuniiuiii a ..-.i ....i. ,
nthlm. f,. i.n .in
o uviwii. A .nen t. 7u
" --'fSvfOir'no anoo Fly Elliot
Ner, Ko-79 Ohio Levee.
You will trreatlv ''IIllilB li" If vi-Mi s)..ta
??ynM08iM'8h,rttJo1"' Antrim', No.
Uhio Levoo. tf,
lit tUre tO rPRll llln mWnrll..n,
"Greatest Work of tho AB0. In ti.i.
- Wmm w skaa sua IIIUU1U1I L
Has liitroduccil Into Mm I'oiirtli Ward (Iroecry
KintraclDK rvery urtlclo ututll fosnd In the rrg-
u.r ury sjootu nouses onncuy-
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY 00M
ok KVKKr DEscnimoS',
; Hosiery, Notions, Boots, Shies
Ami a complete mionmoui fenrriiiT.
The imtrrtnRKP f tlie public It Invlttil, the
urlrloraiiarraotclnKtofll anythlDs: lnhlt(l,
w-hclhrr Iir floods or (trocerir. a chap.as
tlinv rsn Iw bought tnywhf rf In the clljf. tt L, ! U
HKMBMUKR THE PLACE t
Next Door to the Corner or Poplar
and Nineteenth Street.
The Grocery Establishment at
the Corner of Commercial Avenue
and Sixth Street will be maln
aned as usual, one of the best
sitoked in the citv.
AUCTION k C0MMIHSI05
A I CTIOtf AND COMMISSION
lit'lurns his thinks to tlir rltltrn of Cairo for
their IIImtI iHttronnKr, Khil w oul.l infnnn Uum
tli.il heOHit to founil at hi oIJ Und KOCoinmer
clsl HTrnui. All slf pruniplly attoaduil to.
Liberal Adrnucfi Mttde m Coaalf
HririiUr talc ihrs Wcdnesdar's aJ Httird's
All roDslitnincnts coirred by opsin policy of Insur
tnoe. irMrucni;oniK1i,l) suugj win mcgi
No Extra Charge for Storage.
Fortirnmut rplurns u,l xtrict ullcntlon to l.tistt-
nvt would most resprclfulljr refer to the follow.
Ids ninrolutnti, iMikvnuid others.
IUIIIJkt limn., H. Ilurd JHont, Adsms Eiprtes
Company, A. II. eittunl, II. H. lUrrell, Hrislnl A
Milwell. faiil U. Hchuh, O. D. WllllsmsjoD, KlfSt
Kallonsl nunc, or u.iiru. uoruen Jones, rrm
York. A. Krenrh, llogan, Clsrk A Hleepr. llos
ton. Alltotlo (iIms Co., l'IUbunr. ClMipAHro.
Chlrsio. A. Melsenhlmer, IMneol. A. Hall A
Co.. hi. Minlr. iniyitf.
jy T. PARKER.
OFPJUK: Forth prtHol, at R. I. Ouaalaf
htni's, Ohio !?, Cilfo, Illinois. '
tMuut door !' promptly ltndJ lo.lMi
SkJl-W W W W W W l4t w w
P M. WARD,
DEALER IN FIREWOOD
M rjuti'AMku iu rssiSi VHMCUM
IVompily nd .sifoiorllr. with ihr Tt-ry lsl
OAK Riid HICKORY
Leave Order at
HuleaN Old Stand
OH AT THE
gTKATTO.V & IIIRD,
(Sucrss.ors to8tisttOD,Uii.l.On A ark.)
AksssI. r Atsttflesiii rswdtr Cm..
Xauuraclurcra Atresita Hr Col loss V
No. 70 Ohio I.eTee,
Npoctal alinulUat arlwata ta
tatwia asssl VHUmK Ortlara.
J H. HAKKBIi,
qXTJsl JaflsJIXTCT- Ax
L-lSSffAEB ana HOUSE FDRXtSH
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVEHU
Ttit two story (rams Iwslliaf ami lot
MvDgloa lo Jno. Kngllsh, situated In
woe- no. .00, on rmii slreet.ljetween Waleut
alreet aud Julferson avenue, Cairo, lilt The house
coutalna a good ball,
on each Boor I a good brick cellar under It and
Cairo, lilmoie, July i, iirro. Jyitdim
j iw. rinixms .V jom
Hueeessorn to K. 11. Itcmlrlekt Oo.J
l. . tlAfKO. ILLINOIS). . .1
i:f 'J H-U' J
LIMKBAI, AISVAMCKM MADE N rW.'
f ), Iom ainl forward
t(hssfioMl tottiti,'tBil .Mir aail vll ua cum
Uaslorssattvadcil to with pruniptnrss.
u V Siiccoooste Parker a rhlllls.l
FORWARDING ' MERCHANT
And Dialer In
FttMr, MsmI, Hny, Csrn,
rslr sMUIltttl. svsast rrssss-Ur sss4
MIO IsEVCK, CAIR."
FULTON ft fiOXH, Prrletora
Xes.rt, P"ulton k Rom are prepared to furnish
all kind, of Floor of Iht boss luaJliy, and alto
mui rnru us au airwa. tsruam Miur, inaaria
or la let quaalllr, tnad from Uw beet Waits
Plaster Paris Plasterers' Hair
Uc la Balk, salwuja sm haasj
C0RHER8th St. 40HI0 LEVEE
JJ SMTTTH V CO.,
keep constantly on hand a roost com
I'lete alouli ot
LIQUORS a WHISKIES
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
w. .......... .a. i u.ii a p.. i. r..i.i,r.i..i I
wiiii' ? as v0T J' B 4 C ,tf,r,cd
Wa i.l I aiolualeely for Cash, lo which IV t wa I
inula ibjs altantlon of olo.e bargain boyera
Hpswlal atteatloa girsm lo filling orders.
QIV THE MOVE."
H. M. HULEN
Confection Xi rchtnt
Has Ket)T4 Ut g 014' Mtew4
U tmM i-enue
WBstrthtaolIci la a aoaamuasaea of. balroaan
tils formarousto man, aa weH aj Mal of t man f
m?ZV..:L .!' ,.n
lower tha Uia lowesl.
xatna f awe
TICKETS TOR SALE
rAHS rsrsjsti UTtrsMl, KMslaaalar'i',
Qlaaaajstw w taueawatoarn tm Cii
lilt. JOHN UUlsL'H COLUMN.
JJR. JOHN IIUI.IS
DR. JOHN BULL
Manufacliirerlnnil vr n,Pr 0 n,,.
i ) t st
TUB ftmprlelAr nrtliU crli-trMe.l Ine.llru,
lu.lfjr elmiiK for II n superiority i.tcr ll u
meilles eter ,f!crciltolh public fur the mIi, n
U",..'.KV' "i '-"' r of Axtiemi, I ri,
or Chills JVter, wliMber or.hoit or loij
sUndlnr..' lie, relvri i the entlri- Utin hii.I
rvuuiMfiern rouulry to lr blm Imilmoiir lu
I In tulli of the Ktertloti. thnt In ,,0
whstarrrwlll It full to cure, If tlx' illri-vtlium
Ulclly lollowrl hd fsrtled out. In ytial
tnsnjr ( - a ilntln doee lina U en ulli-l-t.t lui
cure, tnd whol families luim bt-en ciiful by n
tacU Uittls, with a beVett ieslortii,n ol Ihu
titrsl heallh. It Is, hw.rr, l.rililenl, mi l in
terj ciuo rnoro critiln lo cure, If Its tiels cnn
tlausMl In siiiAller iloe for ek or t nnr tl,
llre Imp ten cherkeil, more rsiiT..illy in illl.
Ocult Mil m suti'linr . t'siiallr, llu. ,
tnJHnolll not r-Ulr t ST si I to keep ti,
Iowel In K'xxl order j should the tmllrnt, huwes.
r, refliilro s ctihsjtlo ruillclii'. n-r l,n
sm h HI we7 i( uur UWitws ni I IIP JOllM',
, ! "lra lKtaM rstiullj
win u Miracivnt.
lilt. JOHN I1UMH Principal Mh.-e
MO. 40 I IITII, (fro.H Slrcfl.)
T-iox.lssaylXls , Ity.
T My riiilsJMUU-ts und World
IUAVk rf el rasny t-.timoiuM. trum
tirofosaloaal aal midic-J men. mr iIuum.
and TWtoUu Mblloatliiiu kSte liou. all of wlikh
arosprauint. Th following, from highly .g.
ctttxl anil popular Uijilcian In lirornia. i cer
ulnly one of the mu.i ..nslble i-oiiiiiiuuioiioiii
I harf rr rtol-ed. Ir. C.asant knu-i.
aclly hal be, ewaks of. anil hi. leilimuni' dr.
Iasrtea tubo written, IftUsr. of KoU, IUr
ffcatlfcii Ixxlor ssjo? sSJtjsJr onn 1st,
r""' VlUaaw,st'.SfQsuniy. ... I
Vn. Joaa Rrix Iear fcif I t.atit recenlli
fte your "Worm Iieitrottr aeieral (rial.,
asssl pm4 it voadarftlljr e farad oa. it ,a. i.ul
(altad Id a aioals laatatica Iu tuiie the wi.l.e.l.ur
btb uuing pre nj mr rouni- i r.i'iui.
ira ilailv nam tut .one arliele of lUm IclJv
1 ain 'frM lo coafe.. Jial I know of no rrmr.u
moasovta4t4 lj tte atltst auttioritle. that i. to
certain anl tfr-lj tail. efTrcu. Un ll,iunirr
iner are noceriain in wie eiireuie. ir oiotciiu
rritliwtevu i. hi arm out unnn anal lerim 1 rau
v. ine in.iieiae iiireeur iron
lae itlreellr from lOti. If 1 f jiii ft
lam a are I
10od e terms. 1 ahall uio a great deal ol it.
uiatinauMoi even article, l.rontrirr
u wi.H-Knipgi aua prartxaoi a great inajorilV
pf tti rtnlar lint dlKsrilmg a remej nhichwn
ksMW to U anSKIenl. ftrotTr betauM mat L.
IgooeantoriU ootnklaallaa. Cor m; i,rr. I .ball
(Ota is a ran tone all.saJ ery nirao. n ul.
Mf lata sufMruu human irv "t- ch r m i.. .1.1..
to COSDDMBd not L.lllallB tiralia.. .fini. i.n.
snora lagenlons than m l( hat It.o. J u,
etTenalril, and urej ll, aol. right in mMiir
liasi kuM, Uosretcr. I aintr no mean. n
adTocalt or suoporter of the llmuia&d of Moiihlr..
ao.trutos that flood th tauotj, lhal ,uri-,rt to
cure all manner ol dlseaees to (.ha-It sh i heir
nease reiiir oon. and laforBi m at t ur ti.
rai, iaiu. nr. irij re.beciiuut.
JUI.I L'S I'. CJ.KM KM , M ..
Uis) sL'npUlii'f 1eHir Hint
Ike letter fi-au lilt Jfotbcr :
Kenton Barracks, Mo.. April ,
cK 0B.JOIINIrtrU-I)trl!lr;KatBngih em
ri saif of your ttortaarllla. and 1ba ar.lini! and
Hiui, I eiiB'i ou un-
ear. wq-m takrii
pri.oner andcouMonl for alxleen inunths, lU'inrf
inured o ofWu, nj wouuds ham not hralrd ti l
I liat.noi .at una iiioinent nor I via. HimuJul,
lain aboi Ihroucb the Inns. Mr neneral health
is tmiiaiied, and I timi .oinethiug lo ...i.t na
lure. I rut more faith la tourbaaaiianlU Ihvn
in anvthlnv pf.e. I wi.f. ll.al Ui.i i. n.iiuiLe.
Pleaae einre. tne a half !nir l.iliTt... aiiJ
oUlga UAIT. C. 1'. JOII.NHJ.V,
HI. J.OUI. MO.
I. H. The follotrinir tta. written Ai ril So. 1m..
t) Mrs. Jrnnio Jehueuo. Iiiollitr of Uaiit, Jiihu'
Dlt. JllllMllIMr-IX-axHln Mt hu.bniid. In.
O H. ohnlon. waa a skillful surgoon and h).u
Ian Id L'enlral New rork, where lio died, Iratiii
tha abut. C. 1. Johnuu in my care. At llntti rn
jtar. of he .had n chromo diarrhea aim
nernfiila. fur which I gavohiin yonrNirn.iiiiirill.
IT CUlli:i UIMi 1 halt for leu )i-r rmni.
mendttd II 10 inanv In tin rork. Ohui and loo a.
for .erofiila, frier enres, and general drhilil),
i'erfuct .urri'.. luu ullended It. VS. err. ifuiij
la ae wit e .r.4 a.4 rVur avrej arr. u1m..(
turmuiui, i aril tcryanxioua ior my eon iu auain
I'ara woursa toyuur Kraiarill. ll i r.urlul
of getting a .jiunuu. arllclH; henr.. hi. Hrilui. In
you foril. IO. vtound. versi lerrililo, hut I I.-
bare ha will rirorer KesowtAilly,
AUTHENTIC IMICHJH ENTN
Arkansas Heard From.
TeutltiioHy of Mcillail Men
elton Paint While Co.. Ailr. M.v -23. 't.
lr. Jona Hun Ur Bin l.a.1 Fehruary I wa
at LouisTlllst anrehaain,
and I go
nt tniii Haraanarllla andTdriln1tlll.rr
My aon-ln-faw, who woa will) mo In Ihealore,
al- axR.Matula.1 nn Ia Uiil..u aail aUkAil rniMi.i
IU. WWH mw wi.. Ilir 11 III. w -v,ii.
UTW. Si, who asisn's;M haalth, tried
iaa silslA l.rtrAawAaaa.!
in had health for .it.
nuantil of our madlcia this , fall especially
tfaaran Bikfarand ftagriiia.- hhip Wl.
i nsasilil ujr , nxinsi nvitlj a
bla 'liboratory, Fifth Htreet, Lou I
sat jAmumttA aaa ar a"'3TJ7L" ""I
nrinncl) by Uw nso af yoar WNers. 1
the Cadron Bitlara ass gia ru greai i.opular..
i .hi. ...ti.m.n. i .Kink i could aell II I n
FrfMlrby nABMI.AV BRo.