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win. slinll Iks tltoir iruliuilss r",r'
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ini
r-cniunr in iii niij". .
ThM Mr. nowiii.il, or
w. I bo one of t!,e csmliJ"
1,ew,conccJeJ,n. that t -c Do mocrat
o ,,kti.nrt!.ol.o.I1.1 rcrcctcdon
thotlckrtlvonc of their numb. i' not
Alcxinclor, 1'iiWsU MiJ Union Imvn
each cnJiJtcs for tho nomination, and
each i entitled to bo treated with re
trcct. Union give tho largest Democratic
nmjrity in tho district, nnd on thU fact
Inns lior demand, nmdc thj-our;li the
.toneilKjro Ga:tUe, that it shall have tho
candidate. Alexander county uses no
juch liingiiniro. SI"1 receives little, and
demand nothing. Her Democrat havu
only one object In view, and that is Micees
at the approaching election. If l'tilnskl
can present u candidatu better qmillflcd to
meet Mr. Linegar In discussion
than tho candldato of Union or
Alexander, Aloxandor will throw tip
l,-r cap for Pulaski. If Uulon can tiro
crit tho abler candidate, tlien tho cap of
Alexander l up for her.
.So far n Alexander's ileiro to sitniro
the candidate it concerned, it ahull not,
for an intant. stntul in tho way of Demo
cratic harmony. Shn will siicrlflco her
lust iH nd ami support her wor.-t enemy
in tho f a-io of Democracy ; and In llils
f pirlt her delegates will appear in the eon
vmtlori. If the cannot convlnco the tna
j rity that her candldato ought to Ik) nom
inated, andthut hi nomination will remit
in greater goM to tho party than tho nom
ination of any of tho other candidates, slio
will gracefully yiulJ to tho inevitable, uud
hcccpt tho situation with becoming reiig
nation. Sho hat no particular favorite,
but iho believe! that u man should bo
nominated who can, If nuceisary, meet Mr.
l.Incgar in debate a man who can nrouso
in tho party that enthusiasm which is to
neeouary to success who will prove to bo
mi etticlcnl worker with Col. Crubi, ablo
to add to his strength and not detract
from it a vigoruu, thorough
going Democrat, who knows
no Mich word as "fall," and can nsault
Jtvllcaliira iu nil its stronghold and mako
it light on tho defenilyo. With such it
man, whether ,ho como from Union, l'u
laiki, or uny other county of tho district,
wo shall bo lattfllcd, nnd hall glvo to him
a hearty support nnd a largo majority
Itlit tL'lill a Wit nkni almir.Alrir l.nl
u pJiuicAf Ciarnncio who caunut tirotiso
a ripplo of enthusiasm nnywuero, a wire
pulling trickster who has no ability, wo
shall not bo content, and Alexander eoun
tv will not full to oppoo his nomination
.Such a man should not, nnd will nut be
thonomlneoof the Convention.
Till! JACKSOXCOUXTV DEMO'
ciiatiu coxvr.XTio.w
I u their resolutions, adopted at the noni
iiiallng convention, hold July "3d, the
Democracy of .lackion county undone t lie
action rf the men who arc now tip o.xpou
cuts of Dcmocmtlc principles in thod'en-
cral and .Stato Legislatures, and especially
of our Congressional llcproi-cntntlvo, the
Hon. John M. Crvbs; ' declare that thi-y
will, at ono man, work and buttle for the
success of thu .Democratic party; con
demn and demand tho ropca! of the
Amendment Kn foremen t Act ; and pledge
thomtulvcf to uio all honorable nieans to
secure the election of their county ticket
If there can be urged against these res.
oiutions any objection, it is that they do
not go far enough. While all thue things
whlcli should not bo said nro left unsaid,
wo would iiavo been gratiflil If thu con
viiitiwii had denounced the t a till', whiclis
d i'.ly vuttirg Its robbing hand into the
jiocMs if tho jioor men of tho country,
ft- alt.g from them their substance and
pla. mg it in the plethoric pockets
of tho manufacturing princes of
thu Ki.st. This Ik tho great
li.uo ii tho landing political ran
vms, and every Icm:rtie convention
should speak words in reyurd t.. It which
cannot be misunderstood -plain, ringing
words of coudvnination.
There aro other vital isue moii wldih
Democrats should not ho.itntn to dillno
their position; iiuiong them, tho lliunolul
and foreign emigration questions ; the pub.
lie land robbing, In which all thu bright
and shining lights of Radicalism havu had
their thievish lingers ; the Chinese ques.
Hon, in which ovury mechanic und laborer
iu tho laud is interested, and thu question
of economy in tho administration of pub-
i ' uuairs whlcli Is now characterized by
"Win-king extravagance and alarming cor
ruption. L'pon nil thoso issues vital,
every omof them Dumocrats, wherever
thoy wmouceu their position on jiolitlcal
Issues, shouM i unmistakable Ian
gunge. Tho pollcyor timidity will not do
in tho prescntexlB.ncy. u WWW fo v
to say too much-too re.u.reetdead issues
and attempt to breath IntoUuintliobrenth
of life, but it Is still greater folly to act
with a cautiou which leaves us
weapon.
less, without rallying cries, in the presence
of tho enemy.
He I'akt Ilia U.m j.v tiik Mii)ii,k.
JloHey was removed from the KnglUu
iii.si.ui. ,'vv.uuiu jiv juiris ins mur in tnu
middle., Tho New York Herald says
. Senator Chandler, of Michigan, mado this
important discovery, and convinced tho
i'resident tnat no man who parts his hair
In tho middlo can correctly represent the
American peoplu iu an argument on the
1
Alabama claim'.
parting hi' hair at onco and forever no
knowledgwl tho supremacy of England in
mstfM great and small. "Hut,1' nUl the
I,, mil, "if a man who part his hulr in tho
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I ii.iiiu is pri'jiiuii'i'ii uiwnru minimi
l ilio'igh' 's not one who part.- Ills linir in
my other way prejiulii ed ngninsl ilium?
Ami will not Kliuliuid limU' t IiIh iilijw.
tlott 7 Then we slutl! have to (send u ImM-
honded man, nnd Hen Itutler will como in
tho foreground n' probably the bnldel
headed man in the Itepubllcau party.' '
THi: LATH COXGHESS. IT HAS .VO
APOLOGISTS.
It is a remarkable fact that tho late Con
gress has no apologUU that overv jtitblio
journal In tho Hepublio uis eondomncd it
nction its ruinous.
"When it convened we were nssurcd by
Radical authority that it would succeed iu
bringing order out of uhnns, would sup
press abuses and iutroduco many ri'furiin
and iunugurato our political millenium.
None of theo promises have been fullllled.
Aftur remaining iu season many months,
it adjourned dete-ted by the people, leav
ing n record which cannot bo defended.
Kven tho New York TAhim- deiiouiind
it n a band of thloves.
"With this fact frefh in tho mlnd.f thu
peoile, and with tho burden of Iniquities
which tt created weighing tin-in down, the
Radicals will tutor tho pending political
contet. They cannot approve the action
of their purty, and a failure to do so will
convince the people that they are unwor
thy of public coiilldetiee.
Tun "Kminknt Sor." The Chicago
Krenim 4W, a Radical paper of thu In-
teno kind, ays that .Mr. (Irani has gone
to I.ong llraiieh, ami then adds: It i
understood that thU uiniuenl sot ha been
for ."utiic week negotiating with Rye
lle.tuli, and Kouport, aim, but Long
llraticli outbid them, Orniit secures a
preK'iit uf a liorre, Mrs. (irant of a new
Imlhlug dresi and some jewelry, mid thu
children of tovs of various kinds. It U
understood, alo, tlml ( irant shares the
profits of all tho h,tr, gambling-holes, and
bagulot during hU stay, Llttlu Fanny has
made a similar arrangement with tho
"Lnundrrs'cs' union," and young .lessle
receives a rovallv from tho bootblacks
two ccnta a pair' This is rather strong
language, 'hnt hus como over tho spirit
of tho Radical dreams? They arc all nt
loose odds, and while professing to act to
gether arc denouncing each other as
thieve., blackguard and fools. Cats of
Kilkenny, light on I
JT)io Democrats of Alabama claim
a majority of HH.UQO.
Hrjy- Napoleon, In his proclamation,
speaks about "The clvlllir.lng Ideas of our
trreat revolution.' Which Ideas? What
rnvrtliot.,, '
ILLINOIS.
Oltlclal J'siivii.. or Itir Vufc nil llir
X- Cniiallliilloii anil NriarSr
Clauses.. Tlir Jiiillrlal lUtclluiis
Jlurdrrer'a Hrulciire Coiuinulril
(b'piKlsl Uri.tt'ti l.illir CtilcnKO Trililllii'.
Si'KiNanKi.n, 1 i.e.. July 27. The olll-
cini canvass oi tuu votu cast Tor and
against tho new constitution and the ov
ural articles separatclv .ubiiiittel there.
with, also the vtu given for the several
candidates us Judges of tho Supremo
vuiin, iuo uiu vote ir circuit .Judges In
Cook County, was mado to-tlay bv thu Se
cretary of Mate, Auditor ami 'i'reasiirer,
In tho prosencu of tho d'overnor. This nr.
teriioon thu (lovernor issued thu following
proclamation :
STATi:oriM.lS'IS. HKI'A ItT.M K.ST Ut' MATK.
Pursuant to thu provisions of Section II
of the State Constitution adopted bv tho
pcoplo of the Statu of Illinois, on Satur
day, th.i 2d day of July, A. D.IH70, I,
John M. 1'almer, Coventor of the .Statu of
Illinol, do hereby proclaim that on
thu 27th day of Julv, A. J). 1B70
tho olllcial abstract of life votu cast on thu
said 2d day of July, A. D. 1870, bv thu
electors oi tho several counties ofthe'Statu
of Illinois, fur mid against tho nuoplhm
of the propositi constitution of thu State of
Illiuoi;, and for und against the adoption
of the several artieln submitted therewith
wcro duly counted by tho Seer tarv of
State, Auditor, and Treasurer of State, iu
my pretence, ai d that tho result of said
cull vu s was as follows :
Tor tho new constitution them were
131,227 votes; against th constitution there
were 3.1,1:1:1 votes
For the m'tioli relatim? to riillrmuli In
the article entitled "Corporations, lat,.
760; iiiraiiist thu sections relntlni? to mil.
roads in thu article entltlul "Corpora,
tioiif," .'3,55 votes.
rortho article entitled "Countiej.' I;w..
I7 votes: against thu urtiela cti t It l.-.l
Counties," ril.r.ll votes.
ror tliu article entitled "Warehouses,
Jy.33 vote ; iigHinst the article entitled
" nrehoiises, ' ::',7(rj votes,
For tho article in remove county seat, j
1.7,0,6 votes; ugidnst a tliree-lll'th votu to
remove county sent. 41,417.
,'. 1'"r th" iection relating tc to tho Illinois
leu rnl Ihllroud, I IT.dtj votes; against
section re Htmu' to tla. nunoa tVutral
RaUroad, 2l,:ilu votes,
For the Motion relating to minority ro
presentation, M.(J2 vote.-, uM,lft tlutoc.
70,0001' ",,,,wrt)r rsliresentiitlon,
For tho seetion relating to municipal
subscriptions tc i.ulroads orprivatucor .o
rations, l.H.ll 1 yi,tes; agaliisl tho sections
relating to muuieipal subscriptions to rail
roads or private corporations, iiJ.Oiii votes.
For tho section relating to the canal'
142,540 votes; against tho section reluUni!
to the canal, 27,017 vote..
And it further nimeariim from Maid nt,.
strncts that a majority of tho vote cavt was
for tho adoption of tuo proposed coustitu.
tion, and for all the soveraf articles term.
rately submitted therowith.
.ow, tuererore, I, John il. rainier, (Jo.
vernorof tho State of Illinois, do further
proclaim, tliut on and after the 8th day of
"kusv, t, u, ietu, 1110 aioresaiu constl
il,i "' ,,,"d tho 'rtlc-lc submlttod there
wit 1, will .become the supreme law of the
Stato of llllupis. 1
In testimony whereof, I have hereto tot
state to beH:mx:duM tha Krwai 8t"" ,,f
D a."d! SS.ngfll,w' UiU 211,1 Ji,y of Juli
Uy the Governor ; JOHN M. 1'ALMER
Kiiwabd Hvuml, Kec'y.of suu. fcK'
The- Cairo Buetiix, J xily 3U.
SMALL-POX.
A Wondsrfiit NtoryforUmalin.
From Oiiialm thero conies n vury fright
tul storv of tho way some "Western men
reaped a small-pox harvest. Of course
tliu tlrst wrong was donu by tho Indian,
a tho llrst wrong Is In nil stories from that
i-gioit. Soiuebodv died ' small-pox on
me orthu .Missouri river boats. He win
hurried near the shore, while the boat
waited In the river, and somo Indians,
who had watched thu burial, scarcely
waited for thu boat to gut away bclore they
dug the dead man up and appropriated ins
clothes. Thoy of courm did not
know tho cause of his death. This
ends thu llrst chapter in tliu
torv. The second opens with the out
break cf the discan among tho Indians,
ami details its fearful ravages, show ng
thu penultv they paid for that desecration
of a wavsi'degravo. Again tho while man
comes upon the scene lltindrods of dead
Indian are scattered everywhere. On
evcrV one is tho robe ho woru during lire,
and 'in each robo the whlto man sees a
pleco of merehandlzo; and through tliu
activity of thu kind of white men that
flourish in tho Indian country wo bavo all
tho infected robes gathered up nnd sent
to market, always without tho least regard
to tho spread of pestilence. Nay. wo see
the perceptive faculty of tho white man
taking hold of tho case, and, ns In tho first
plnco lie protlttcd by an accidental occur
rence, now ho contrives this harvest. One
of the speculators, wo aro told, mado a
coinpot of small-pox poison, tnken from
thu doilies of tho dead, saturated a' shirt
with It and dropped this hlrt whuro It
would fall Into the hands of Indians of the
Pigeon tribes, and thus succeeded in
spreading tliu spotted death among thorn
alio and In reaping n richer hnrvest of
robes than ever. Thero is something of
the revelry of a drunken Imagination In
all thi storv ; but who shall say that there
are not plenty 01 men, wniic, uiaca, yel
low or nnv other color quite equal to
such depravity? Hut this thing Is re-
... .,. I, nvlii l.nonn nliullt H vcur IlL'O.
nnil ni Uio wliolo Amuricnn pcoplo aro not
HCIIU lr UOWIl Willi liif BiiiniivA ib
t.i. tfin 1.istiuit4 (liiirn urn Itiif
IIIU Jl'fc VV 1IVS 4 Mllll' .v.v .
f:ilu bears, not to mix animals absurdly.
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l eriiaps soiueuooy ill uniann 01" sui"
falo roWs "short'' on a largo scale, and
want to deprcs thu price In tho market.
Radical Rekokm. Thu old modu of
changing gray lialr to a color moru or less
natural, is eternally abolished. I'iiai.o.n'h
Vitam a. on Salvation ton tiik Haul
lninuru to thu bleached libers tho very
shade that has been bleached out of them
by tlmo or sickness, nnd is clear and hat
no icillmcnt. Sold by all druggists ana
fancy goodi dealers.
Jy25-dA:wlw.
Ann vnti out of emulovmentT If. so
send for thu "The (Ireatest Work of the
A,.... Tbereln vou will certainly find some
thing that will not only givo employment
but by porserverancolcad to fortune. .See
. . . ' 1 t .1.,. . 1Q1
nil VcrilK'Hieni ill 111m jmyer. iiuij iojih
K-imtoi'iL I.ndle' Trunks iho bust
muiiiifiicturud all sl.es and prices, at John
Antrim's. Also H.itchels and Traveling
JJags of all grades, sizes, styles ami
a..Ur
W. At'. Tlinrnfon. Vi. I .H Tli.irntnn'i
block, Tenth street, has Jut received three
liuuiln-ii boxes or glass, varying In size
iromnxiuto ;iuxiu. ror sale, wnoimaio
retail. Jltf.
I'eter Nell's mammoth stock of Spring
clothing embraces all the new styles, nnd
wiim can iu iiitinu nownero ciso in uie
city a large and well varied stock of Ikjvs'
clothing. tf
tie sure to call at 73 Ohio I.evee, an
see the June Hug Hats, with a varied stock
of other new styles, too numerous to men
tion. Remember Antrim's is the place to
get your hats. tf.
Youths' boys' and Children's clothes, at
If. than Xuw York prices, will bu sold
this wi ck, at I. Nell's, regardless of cost.
.llr Rkclivkh. Tim Shoo Flv Klllot
and Don't lllder Mo Hats mid caps at
l, .ell s, ,n, i.lUliio Levee.
You will greatly "miss If If you don't
buy the .Star Shirt at John Antrim's, No.
73, Ohio I,eveu. tf.
-
Hi: mi re to read the ndvertisemunt
'Oreatc.t Work of the Age," In this
p.tp,-r. mavlMfhn
SAKKS.
riiin:
FIRST HATIONIL BANK
or
CAIRO.
HAM IIITKU, frcdilrtsl;
KOIIKit r w, .MII,I.i:u, Vlce.Hrtsi.
'. .'. llCSllIllSt, Cntlilcr.
Collections Promptly Made.
i:cliiiut;, Coin, Hunk NoH'ss
anil Unilt'd NIuum Net url.
IUit IIuiikIiI uud
Mold.
Inlerest Alloned 011 Time Deposit.
CITY NATIONAL BANK
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
Capital - - 100,000
W. is. IIAL.I.IOAV, Friltlal
A. U. HAVKOHD, CathUri
WAI.TKH IIVNI.OP, AllllltlltlSllilsr,
IIlli:f)TOMN.
' hi.. 1, r.ilor . P. HsllKsr,
rult Whltr, Itokt.U. Clialllhlts
. U. Willi. wsui, Ntriiksa Bird,
A. II. htffurd.
ExcIiiiiiKe, Coin mud
IJ. IS. llund llouglit
and Noll.
X3oi30sBltow Xlooolved
, 11D ,
A ur.SKUAI. UANUI.VU nvnisesi
CINCINNATI FOUNIHtY.
J- -VEsCJUEUNWATiD
FOUNDRY
a i a
MACHINE SHOP
STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS,
Copper and Sheet Iron Work
MIU Machinery of all Descriptions.
J 248 KaslIVarl Street,
( INCIXNATI) OHIO.
e2l dseslljrr
COFFINS.
yy o. caby.
RINEIPU UNDERTAKER
No. 1(1, Sixth StreelCulro, Illinois),
Irip eoa.tnnt'y on Imml a
UrKO'Uj'plyofCrnne A HttfV
new nii'l linproveil
Burial Cases
iho (Insist aii.l lt msttlie
ts.rs now la use. Also read),
aisile
Wood; n (.'ofllns, Itc.
A liesrre and (!nrriSTM si-
waio In r,wline.(. Hulr Cloth.
(Iriea iti'iit, nimio, Buttons,
(luM itad bllrer h rinse, Gold
an HilVfr itrr, Vsmtsli,
Twit, Most Tow, Chsir-'onc
li'Ml.t'rin., iillin, eic.,s.
Moss Mattresses
Made to Order.
limjil'lflni
msis TAU.
ZUOKKKICslIsK, SKWBIi
I ssV CO.,
PXUsVsT'TXOAXs i
MARBLE WORKERS
Monumental Designers-
IMI'OKTCKS OK ITALIAN MA It LI MS
SSfsm il ilBAHITK,
WAHKK'Xllia AND WOHK tillOP, VOItMUt Of
TJIIIIls A.NH W. ANN .STIir.KTl",:
Miiiiimrnl, ViinJts, Gri Hmiw, Manllw,
riiiiiiiiii;( fir,, rsifuicii win pujrir s,i,ri
HMiisfii,, m loni'si jirirrrt.
KnKlish, (Jrrniui one' llthrr Ulli'rlox ilsn
lit It.s- Ik-sI s;ln.
Xarl'lenml (,'i.nill" Kinm, hy llir Im'sI ciiIi
luicsof Kuropr, linoiil.
All rk ninr.niffll.
rorilc.lfii", ujijjjr l
VAM. I.. THOMAS, ArvhI,
(ornrr KUlith iStrect nt-J Coiumrrcial A?nitK-,
IM IilAMf'.m
nous coswissm
H
I.M1A1 11KO I in:its.
A
7.
MERCHAXTft
DKAt.H IK
FLO U R
Ami Arnts ir
OHIO IlIVFJt AMI KANAWHA
SALT COMPANIES
CTo. 70 OXZZO LUVBH
, CAIRO ILLINOIS.
it. I). .Mallut... 1- 0. llhl.
JJATIIUriS tV UIU.,
FLOUR
A Mr
(ill.VKUAl, l'KODUL'K
Commission Merchants
liirsOliloLorei'st'AIItO.ILLINOIS.
Pcml ntlrntlon ijtva to Die pUKlmss sn.l iuof
FLOUR, HAY and CORN
Uonnly National ll.ius , liuon, lll.j Wmi. I'hl
lllipn, III i I'llr Natimml ll.nW, Culro, Illinois!
MallirMM, Itolsr A Co., C'oiiiiintslon Mt ri-lmiits
Chicago, ll.j ltMwlii 4 Htonr, Omu. Irrr i 1
Chlcaao. III., Ikiw, Morau X to., flilwio. 7 '
in.rvsllf
Succrssor to Fallls.art-i'B A('-o.)
FLOUR AGENT
Anil (lenrrtl ,
Gommiiaion Merchant
CAIBO.IItL,
H. I. Ajr,rt. K. J, Ayirt.
YER A. CO., 1
DEALERS IN
FLOUR
And Oners!
Commiffion Merchants
NO. 133 OHIO LEVEE,
AIRO, ILIiTKTOIN.
IP
I! II,
on
R JOOI)f4
WAItl.
IX I'OUKTII
WM. K- JG-E
Inlroiluoo.l Into Is In FVuirlh Wnnl (Irocery
estnMislitneal n
OR, GOODS
DEPARTMENT
STAI'LK AND FANCY DRY (JOOUH
OF RVKHT DKaCttllTtON,
Hosiery, Notions, Boots, w
' Ami a rom).plr sortmtnl K'ne rtllf .
TIia tistrnnain af the tttiMlc Is lavlteil. the bru
prlclor Kiitrrtntolngta srll nylhlDj( la hit fin,
vhcllier Iry Uoodn or Urocerles, m otitap M
ttiev ran 1 bought snywhero la tlicclly.
RKMKMBKH TUB PUS.VB
Next Door to llic Corner of Poplar
niiu Aini'tcfBiB street.
The Crccerv Estahllihment at
the Corner of Commercial Avenue
and Sixth Street will be maln-
aned as usual, one of the best
s.toked in tho citv.
AUCTION & COMMISSION
A I crriONAMDCOMMINSION
XV IIOU8E.
Daniel Htrtmin
Hi-turn. it lliinkt Id Iho clllu-nn of Olro for
ihcir IIIhtiiI inttronitKc, aail wouM Inform llwtn
llisi lircsu I-, foiinil tt his ohl Uu,l ia90.inimsf
rliil HVvlilie. All ml,'. rmiiU7 tueiiuru iu.
Liberal AiUtiuces Made or t'oaslga
ments. ., I ..... .t..- U'..l.....l... .i. lU,hi,.l.'i
All ftiDslsjnrncnt.roriTpilhyoin inilloyof lnur
n.'. rnrllrsrnii'lKiiliiK good, will Incur
No Extra Charge for Storage.
Fur promlitrt-tiirBii ami slricl atlsnllnn to Isitl
nc vioiiM iniKl ri'scKifully rifrr to lh- follmr.
Irs niervlisjil", Uaktrt ml others.
ll.illlJay llro.., H. Hurl A Hons, AiUrns Kspms
fliUoll. VnulH. Hchuh. II. I. Wlllumtao, ltst
N.tlonsl llsnk, of Culro. llnn!o A Joars. Me
York. A. Frrnrli, llogsn. CUfk ASIseptr. Hot
ion. Allsntln.l C.i.. l'illMir. tltfpA IIro,
Cliliix". A. MrlsfnhlMST, IMUipila. A. Hall A
Co.. HI. lAUi: uijU.
AUCTIONCKKt
J") T. IMIIKKK,
LiceiiNed Auctioneer.
OFFIOKl Koilh tirsstnl, at R, . OuialBf
Imnrs, Ohio lrrr, I'.lro, llliswis.
sTOiil door stirs pruinptlr attend! to."
Sjlll
WOOD.
sjSfcSs w w w W W W W WW
jji .n. WAiti),
DEALER IN FIREWOOD
IN llti:iAIIKI T KIM. SSKIIKKM
I'iniiiitl)' ami sll-r-lotilr, with lli f.ry lt
"irrwoo-l,
OAK and HICKORY
I.ouvp OnliTd nt Union's Old Stand
SSIt AT Till: rflSsT.fU'SICK.
OltOCEUIHS-COMMISHION.
W. Hlratlim. T. ItirJ.
(TK.tTTON Ac I!IItl,
(fuori'..nr toMtrnltoit, llii'l'on k Citric,)
"VVIioloHalo
GROCERS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
07
CAIRO. ILL.
A(tl. af AuttrUass rtlr Cm., mm
Xaiitiraciiirrra Astassta for Cllss Varsa.
(J ! WlLIslAMM.,
Y0LE,S:sLR
GROCER
PRODTJCE
S0
OM MISSION MKROIIANT
No. 70 Ohio Leve,
CAIRO, ILL.
H.rcll ati.Hllon KlTrB . ( ,..!,.
turnia astsl IIIIIub Slrtltra.
J H. HAHHKL,
FIJItlVITURE
9TjmnsrmvvjmJX9.m,
Bar Fixtures,
LAHHWAItK whI IIOLSF FUKMsSH
INO (JOOIIS, '
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENU
Cairo. llUatsa t,
FOB HALE.
n
hl'wk No.
F
OR HALE.
BlilM Tht lwoatory framt dwalUaaaad lot
swiitlonglnr lo Jno. English, tiTo.ud la
iMiisia no, mi, ou rinn alrc.t, oclwacn Walnut
street and Jetfraa aveuua, Cairo, 111, Tha bouta
couttins agoodaal,
Tla.-so XLiMx-fto Rooms)
oii wich Moor I aifood trick cellar under It and
A l!iri,Hiu,Pll All Ilia ,i.dnii.a. L.'...
., - - . .....m w., ...w vi.ii.vi,, ru, iuiiu.1 ui.
tlcul trs. aji)ly to U. HUM.
, -V.r.a,'r 'tn Ht- sinsj Waatslnjctciitsvo.
1 .tiro, Illinois, Jul) id, iwn. J jlWlm
D
T M. IIIILIsIFM;u.i
......
IHUccrasom lo k, u. jicniuirhn . i.o.j
FORWARDING
.PROPRflTOIItl
" cAltlO, itLIMOlk
LIBERAL ABVAWCUSS SJADttJX tWM.
rata .piwMMtiQJiflaafta.MoMSsaii in
t.toaii-irorird
ffflnlitt to allpoInU, and bujf and ttll nil rum.
tnmlnn.
svlliisSssattaMasi to srMsj aromswst.
I t . i' t m i
1
(Hnwo.sorto Parkrr A I'liltlit.)
: C i ll ? I ilJrr li fu! j
a sssa stsk a m A a
't L
' And'Draltrln
Flanr, SfsjrtI, Tfst)'. foru, Oitlst,
Ilrnn.
Cor.lOth St.& Ohio Levee
CAIRO, ILhlNOM.
nous,
,wa.a- '-WWa
KXCLUHIVK
,,..ist,...
Millers' Agent,
CAIRO, ILL.
a atari uaMt ajtal rattsaMy
touiaamatarilr vmmm
ASS4
i HE
mm w
. onit laSTsu. en I,
FULTON A HONM, - a rrtpfftotr
Am MHaMI
Mt.srs. PultanA Doaa art prparsd to ftirulta
all kinds of nouror tua baal quaiU;, atxt alto
Mill rij of all kind. Oraiiam flour, lutackt
or la Its, ontatlly, mad froni tSs lsl Whit
Wh,al. aartlVIlt
itBffittft It
swVWVVVsWVI !
JP VINCEXT,
GROCERIES
MMJEs,
Plaster Paris' Plasterers1 Hair
O JD'aVC'stTfaT'I1, atKo.
rjmu In BHlk, fslwnjrn an luuisj
CORNER 8th St. &0KI0LEVEE
CAIRO ILL.
Uf YTIf sfc CO.,
GROCERS
OHIO LEVEE.
, TTiTiTWOXW.
Alto, kp tonst.ntlr ou hand a most ioai.
plat atook ol
LIQUORS .WHISKIES
Scotch and Irish Whiikies
Port, Madeira, Sherry. Catabaw
WINBS.
W art anla lor J. BIJ A Co.'a Crlrhralcl
WUKKLINti ALE.
We aall aiclutivaly for Cash, lo stlilon lart wt
Inula tha attention of cloiu bargain hurr
Brlal atlrntlon glren lo fllllne orusrs.
"QN THE MOVE.
H. M. HULEN
GROCER
AMD
Confiction Merchant
Hai tmvt4 U Mi 014 Htaasl
H Commercial ircnue
etc., rtmarlubTr' ohaVpfor ca
TsrfiWv ltMeSlrSibJ far
tasWusessttsoasy
vlstth na still Mil,
TU
,uwsh sttaaaa loass.
I' ''I 1 I 1 .m,...ii ' n r
TICKETS FOR SALE
WAUm Wwmm CIstsrtMl. Iasssslassarars jr,
saittaajaw ttsr aJaiaaSsataitai tt Ostlrs
ftAaTtjm, Morrta sic Candee,
Aicul
COMMISSION, MERCHANTS
...and. .,.. .
Wliarf - Boat
jm. JOHN HULL'S COLUMN.
D
16. JOHN lllXlK
Great Remedies
dr. johnTbull
Mniiiif otHrvr;an l ) t-rtili r ol ltd
celebbAtd ,
Smith'sTt6nic
CURE OF AGUE AHD FEVER
aatat.OLl taasst..
Olxlllss mxM. JPovor.-
flSIlK troi.rJlor ofthl. calahralnl 111-.I ii.h
I jiistft tfivmui Mr ll n stipe rtorlly flf;r all ly
iiiwMi't troni.re.llothr pul.llu for tht s,
(ut, j'Vt s ;.risrl irr.'of A(iH H'I f'tfl,
01 CliUla and F..(.r, ln Ihfr nl short or li.ui;
tundlnil. Il rrlrri, in lhr,riitr0 Wtwrrn h,.I
,iitharslrii couiitrjto t.wlr hltn tt stinions lo
tbt truth or IIki; ajiscrlioir. thil la no vis
mIiiiIkSit Hill It fall lovurr, if thn ilir.-uluui. nu
rlrlctlf lollovrcd and rarrlcd nirt, In irt.j,!
Inniiy m.- sliiali' ImI,vii willn l.nl torn
cure, and wliol ftnlli hata' utn aC'K '0' ,
sIdkI Isdllt, will, rrrfrct ri.toratioii ol l.u
Kftisral health. It Is.iKiMi'ttr, iirtiilitnt, slidiii
i trrx nvs mora roitaln to i urt. If It lito Is cull
tipur.1 In smaller iIomk lor s uk or two sllvdhu
ilisrato has Iwuu iJinUnl, innir np'-cWIs it. oil
Beiilt and l"nr rtutidinir m, I'.tiMly, this
tncillfln will uol trUlr anv i,.l to kotl.
Invivli In tP'Otl uriltr jhoulS (hi' patl.at. Iiodcs.
tr, roiuli.' a ulliaillo im licini-, ufi.t, li.ntv
t.itin tlirt nt fi)tirli)c oflhi'Tojjl. a slbcu
4o. M Mall'a Vmtiahla latttlly nlla
will I sufficient.
.
l' DH, JQI1N IH'I.r.'H rnu'ij-s oit.rf 1 '
NO. 40 FJFTII, (Ooass'stre!,)
ZjOUlatsxrlllas, SCy. .
33T7XjX4'H
V
Tm My VailtsMlfKlstm mmi! Hurid
wide JKeHdera;: 1 '
IHAVK rfrntd mnaf trstiuioniSIs liom
professional and raedltSI ttltn.i IB klmanw.
and TarioutpnUrttlena httr shssrn, all of ahlch
aregtauine. The fallow Ititt. fnni a hlKlilr edi.
eatl and popular phjmlsian Iu (i.orKia, isr.f.
Ulnly.' oaa ol IhrinOit sttiallilacotskiimltatlMr
I hast rr recvlsed. Ir. I3rmeal knoa.es
atljr what k apeak t of. and hi. Mtiiavaf '!
snsi ta Si trials ii 'Hi Mfff MjuUhiHi
fttstth0tjrtansvasf IMtlsa JsTartal
trtsrttrt t -i f -r . j y a H U
A'lllanow, s atwer OotitrMJs'.
June rs, lw.
Vr. Joaa Rett Iar Kin I hasn tereailj
fife jov "Wtra ltstrojrt''.' terat itnaU,
aojl Aid jt ssooJ.rfuHs; tilsracluus. It kas not
failed IHtl stSStWIaataiss td h4ttka ait..J-,i
tfcU I ain doins; a ralijr Ur- countjr irstn.l
and base daily us for toaifc aitlclaof If,, kidj
lam fraoSss eonsa iiat I kmrof'to rni.-i
recommended lj the aUnl authorities that Is to
eerlaia ,hI speed in lit efferta. Oo tlieruntrar
thevare unrerielnln the extreme, Mjr otln tln
srnlliut you lata And out upoc what terms I ran
ttt Uie rntdiclae diractl frora jou. if I can url
it upon easy ttrms, I shall ut a Kiral deal ol it.
I am aware ihat thn us ot tuch atlir let U conlar j
to tbaleadhlavt and praeticvof a j(f,-t niajortly
of Ikartfkttr line discarding a remedy whlthee
know la be autjtcitot, suupTy bscaiistsre inayL
lajbaraaSafitNcoinbiaatloa. for my pvt. I tntll
tuaba it a rule lo use all and nerr rueant to al.
leTiaieiusttriH4liinanily nl. :h l may bo all
to i-ommnnd-tiot hrsitatlnK 2catis some one
more Inetilous than nit .elf hatu IstrasJ it
i rfctia list, aa4 assured lists tole ritttit lose.-ore
that knowledge- However, I ainky no mean, an
tlsbtasa Or iut porter of tbe Utvtisand of woltiilttt
uvslriitfia Ibal nool tlie county, thai piit(-'fl iu
cure all insnmr ol ilursM-. toliK.U tlr.h m t t t
PI, aa reply oon. and Inform me of )our U t
lenni. I tin. sir, ef retne.'tfnlly,
JUML'H I'. tl.lCM I, M I"
SARSAPARILLA
KcMtl llic .'nplaln' 1,1'IIit aiitl
Ike Isellerfrttut hi Mulkfr :
11 o Ulsmtau Bvratka.Mo.MaMa,
o ' iiis oariwcaa, jo.,jipiii ar
R. JOM.Stxrtl-iO'trlttr 'J Kaoiw'ttt'et.
rrt yoa aartpanUa, anLSk,..itkUnif aSkl
sBclal aualillei it possrsses, I send you the
1W.
oiassry
ben. Si
followin. alateintnt ol inrc.se:
I was wounded el.jut two years ao ukm
proonrr andcoudoed fur aliteen month.. Hrinn:
inotril so often, luy Moundt Isate not healed l
I haenot sat upamoment tlnro I as HounJed
I am shot throne U Hie hips. 51 jr general health
It linpslreilr and I need aomsiliinjf lo assist 'i,a
turr I have mors faith iu )ourHarea)rtllu than
in anjtliluu else, I wish that that it genuine.
1'lea.a espres.' mo a half doii la,(ne, atel
oUIX CAW. C. I'. iuUSsVS.
Kt. Iiuis. Mo.
P. H.-Tli following wa wriliva April an, lsot,
b Mis. Jennie Jsim.uu, motlirr of vuplf Johu
son I ,
Ml. JOHN liUMr-nearHIr: My liti.Und, lit.
0.1. Jobulop, was n skillful surtieop and physic
Un In Central 'rw York, wlitru he died, leasinr
tha hoe U. P. J.hiiinn in my rare. At thirteen
yearn of nite, lie had a chronlu diarrhea mm
M-rofuU, l.,r which ui him your sarsop.itil
IT CUIIEU HIMl I hat for (on yeata tecum,
liirndeibit to many in .New York, Uluu Mid
for t.Tofiila, feser soret, atm Kt",'rl drhilit),
IVrfrct tiKH'e.a htta aitended.il. Tkt n't I cttJ
M wsl latu tcrtfult tsj (titr lerr.sMn sm.i
sasrxaleas. 1 am my aiixiuut fur my too to tuaiu
huf recourse toy our sarstparllla. He Is fsariul
of fetllnt: a spurious article, liencu his wiitinn lo
youforit. lfi Hoiiuds were tarrihle, hut I If
""m rW"r JOH.NMO.N
AUTIIF.XTIt! DOVVMKX'J'N
Arkansas Hewrt From.
ToHtlaauuy r HfcsllfHl Men
Htony Poiat 'WIilia to.J'Atk? May 13. 't.
,r. Jonii IH it-HearHiri l.t rrhriury I
at IrfiuiaTllltt purohasinK drui, uud 1 K"l "'
. .1 . .-Bill a,,,l I'Aitrmi H ItM.y.
lir aoa-la-faw, who was with me in' Ihaatasv,
Jjw tktM iawn wilh tht rbeu.natl.ai f ,"ai';
T. arw " . . .. si,. biu.. .n.i oan fnnavl
bwjisu coavtssawsi94. ...i ....", ..., - tt
nra!r.i!ohnras,'in &u. m
''sai?wl.M rabid JJlhforaev.
e.droa'lJitfers and V!E.i. P
Mampl.laoM.ar .Hj y
0.11. WAI.KKlt.
i -1 i m i 'i r . jj n i
l J
FrDssrtl by Dli JOHN BUIsL tt
hU Laboratory, Fifth Btrett, Loul
vlllo, Ky.
rriely IIARRI.AV ItHO.
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