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TltF. ORASTHAXCOCK AFFAIR,
Tlio letter of General Sherman to (ten
'crul Hancock, aeaii'lng tlio Utter nf ruJf
lirtt towarJ General Grunt, and '"r
tlmt n irvtct for treating hint uncivil'.
KjiKlvnti the public soma tl"'" ,.nc0'
l6'liftT0 now tho oilier Me oT ti try.
The nidrtiMS of Cicnon.l lf ' " "'M
ta,l..vo Wn Ms r.-f.. u '''" "''
with .0 runt .m i.."i'l-K NV,",,MB-'
ton after tlio former r.n.rn from Sew
OrUVnT (Jcnoial llni .-.' k lm not tuUn
upon lilmjclf Mi wn defense, but fur
wnnleil tlicrMrj.'o aguini't lilin In px-Oov
Flanders, wsr "'" 'cw rlt'Hi, who n
t:ill.in,' w '' Grant when lliiiirfok wa
alMiICl i'l hnVO I'OtillllHtiM Ills IcrrlMi'
oHemo t'f taintf rmlo tu General (irunt
KiatiJur Was o lilifortilimto hi tint t"
mark tho commission of the ulfcnH'. Jlc
thought'tho greeting between tho two was
equally cordial. Tbcrc wa im attempt at
j Unking hands on cither side, ai tho parlies
Truro not near each other, and Grant wrs
engaged with Flanders, who admits that
lio it not either the personal or political
friend of Ocncr.il Hancock, having been
removed from tho ollico of governor by
order of that olBcer. It Is quite plain that
tho rudonc of which General Hancock
lias tccn gutty, and which General Sher
man laid "absolved the president from re
garding General Hancock's preference',"
was In suffering his name to go before tho
democratic national convention as an oj
poslng candidate to Washington No. 2.
JQllXSO.K COVXT1' DEMOCRATIC
COSVEXTIOX.
Vj'uriuanl, ton call of I. N. l'carce,
cnalrr.l.tn of tho' Johnson County Dcm'o
(ratio Central Committee, tho Democrats
of, said county met in convention, in Vi
enna, July leth, 1870, nt 2 o'clock p.m.
and, on motion of J. 9. l'earce, L. W.
Hogg, Esq., was unanimously elected
l'rcsldcnVftnd II. 11. Hardy (Secretary, of
tho convention. On motion of Dr. 1.31.
C. D.imron, tho chairman of tho Central
Cominitteo stated tho object of tho meet
ing to bo for tho purposo of electing dole
gates to represent this county In the con
gressional convention and Hlato senatorial
convention, to meet at Motroxlit city
August itli, 1870.
Tho following gentlemen wcru then
tloctod at dclegntct to represent this coun
ty in both of said conventions, viz.: John
AV. Culver, John T. Keith, Kdward Far
rii, U. AV. Hogg, IV. J. Gllbs, nnd II . II.
Hardy.
Tho delegates wuro Im-tructcd to voto
for John M. Crcbbi in tho congressional
invention for Congress, and Dr. N. It
Cneyln tho Suto senatorial convention
or th.TSeuato, W. J. Glbbi and II. 1)
Hardy wcro iippointed n n committee to
draft resolutions expressive of tho sense of
the convention. The committco iminodi
btoly reported tho following, which was
ndojited :
" IltHihttl, that wo nro In favor of 11 re
tluction In tho taritU n they now exist in
theso United States, nnd thut wo will unito
with nil parties In making such re
duction. That wu endorse thu
course of our jircnont representative in
Congress Col. John .M, Crubbs from
thu thirteenth congrcfidunal district in
his ctlorti to red u co tho fame, and uUo tho
pjrorw or, an others in tho sumo direction ;
that vre nro In favor of tho bill lutelv in-
tro'duced by Col. Crcbt in tho House of
representatives to chungu tho iikhIo of
paying toi.iier", ana widows nnd orphan
:.r .1,1 1.. i,t. .. .' t
u. uvuu pvitivirtiuvil jiltlllillu II. jrvimoil-
ir; that wo still adhere to tho doctrlno.'of
tliu Ut inocratlc party nnd pledfrooumrlvcs
to support all honest workers In tho cmuo.
H.IUIAJ.UY.Commlt,ce-
VOUTWAl. TACTICS LY SOHTJl
V.lllOLIXA.
It I. ImpoMlblufor onycondid pewon to
mlitako tho meaning of current event In
North Carolina. From truthful Hepub
lican authorities wo havu abundant testi
mony tlti.t the anarchy nnd vlolonco which
liau- been thcro let loosinrc iigeneic do-liU-ratfly
iiicd by a faction of political
tliovo to maintain their power In the
fM. A few day ago, beforo tho armed
fr ".l.otcr. of Kirk had been turin-d oui
u vu tic coinmuuity, tho Chicago Trllunt
foresaw thoxomlng troublo niid thus KHro
lUiiatural hhtorv ;
Tho tcalUw;B 'ring' of Joo Hold. n,
Deweeie, AbU.u, Jenkin and (J. AV.
hwepton, 1ms Increased thu debt of North
l arollna, jinco tho h.-kcc, IW.000,000. The
bonds of tboKtatq have declined to twontv
Uve , cents on tho dollar. Heretofore, io
have heard only reports of peace ttnj
will in North Carolina, Ucausethe 'rim?
has had its own way, but now that tl,
people aro forming u reform partv. to nre
servo their cxistenco and propirtv. the
thrilling legends of mai.aeres, KuKlux
etc, are revived." '
Tho Ku.Klux Klan U a Handing polltl
ral transparency and Oliver 1'. Slorton,
Ilutler, In tho House, naturally t,a It tJ
..... ..w, 1nu ivujuu oi Havertlsini!
i rcmenadtri. TU xehult rMcV and ,JCe
PbJ i'f'nnifrr itt tn tht Southu to ui
unt atui tpread diabolical atorits of ,,.
trtt. tnuritrt.
tie . atul unJtrcour of thut titt to call ouf
gtsmo.'1 '
Thi foreca.t ha. ben exactly reullzed.
First tho couutry wm regaUa on freshly
cooked horror, from North Carolina, and
iuu, iiuiuvuimtij Biir congress had u(l.
joumed, Gov. Holden' banditti cMn .,on"
the scene. Next month tho eUttlonh to
bo held at which tho people had a hope t0
rid tho ttate of It destroyer. "Theala
wag,ring"ha employed Kirk, of Kast
Tonneisce, to do U Lamna tn work. H
appear to havo been feared that even tho
it. . . . . .
lori-uriicougreramigui inienero 10 Jiro-
vent so outrageous a programmo from be
ing carried out, and to it wu after tho ad
journment that Holden Inaugurated hit
(ungoiiituei,
PERSONAL.
ir T Hrvon, .IrnniiitUt, is coining to.this
country. . .M
.Mrs. .''am tlVVpiU'd.fHino.la rovV
jngalKiit Newport- " '
.Senator IllownloWdenie. tin' r(!.ort hi
to hi fiiiliiii; Iii'mIiIi
Lndv Fniiiklin I..-.-r.:o h.l New Vork,
where ohe i. the l: I oru-nry urim r...
Dr. J (!. Il..ll'.nd " ,,il ,n'"ri
JW, will... .iurl.rhaie in.ll.U,.pr..pri-
etorship. . i i ' i
Con.nl (. i-.i''lddle, IVgiifHiHaiirt.
mid Con-nl l'h from N.i-i.u. h.mt
arrived at Nf Vork..
,laiPi' llri-w.li-r Grulfll ConniiHlMlr. n-
Clih'f of tin- tiiaiid fonl.tory of M.irj-
hilld, dlnl I'.'U diiNsago. . .
U.;M that Nlr. Milrr.iidy,lh.-reified
lrai;edhin will pulilnh 11 "hu f Id"
remlnl'.'i'iici" of Dickeii.
llcv. Dr. l'rliii.-. of the Ni'W Vork ("--Mi-xrr,
lia returned home, after having
completed 11 journey around tho world.
George Sand it said to muke her own
cigar.', and It h probably eoinforling to
her niimeroti t'lifti that tUv niioke tho
most of them.
Kobcrt To.)iub, 11 luwer of .Macon,
Georgia, riTently nttemjiteJ tocowhido 11
MctluOist preacher, nnd wa eh(kod un
til ho wh Mack ill the fitif.
Some of tfio New .York papers declaro
that Jenny Lind's cousin, Hcrthu Llnd,
now dancing at an opera house in that city.
is tho moit beautiful woman thut ever ap
peared on thu American itago.
Gen. Starring' prccnt errand to Eu-
ropo is , supposed tu hayo refcronca to tho
Sheffield stol inatmfarturers nnd 'the un
der valuation of stoel, which was r cauio
of complaint omo timo ago by our import
crs. '
Goiieral Ky A. I'nrker, Commissioner of
Indian Atl'uirs, U in New York, supcrin
tcndlng thc purcliuso of good for tho In
dian 'p'er-unl.illy. He. doci not moAii to
have them swindled, arf they Imvo too often
been before, through thu iigoncy of "mid
dlemen." , Hi i'
TlUDEff VXIOHS IS AMF.UtVA.
Tho New York Hemld give tho follow
ing as h general summary of statistics of
Trade.' union 111 tho whole country :
NATIOKAtVU.NIOKS.
No. No,
Nunc.. Ilrancl.r. MMtibara,
;iKarmKrri........
llflckli'ri.......i 70
Sim
TypKrt'tiicl llnliHi Ill
KnigliUol W.Orliln..,rr..... 117
(;.
In (III
.1,000
L;nopri - -u
nswnr. M .n
Iron MouldiT Mm
Mulilnlotaanii l'l:'.'kIHllli....... If I
Oraml KorRnofthr. Unit I futcn t
K.DUinecn - II
Tallora 3A
lx)coniotlvr Kltrnicii s"
I, Mill
Tutkl MtM 'H tlHIwioMIIII I'Vt
Ul,8
Tlicso llgurc, though in most motcae
derived from olllcuil sources, nre .only an
approximation to the actual numbers.
.Several trtidi-s claim a larger niiuiberbip
than they aro horn credited with, as, for
uinruplu, the Knight of St. Crispin, who
say that thoir bi.lv include 'J00.0OO shoe
maker.
In New York Statu tlicro aro vild to l
2Ui unions, with 11 meiiiW.lilii of about
100,000.
Tin: FUKXCll VHASSKFttS
li'AFHHFK.
Thwe aro a cavalry i!orpi, comiuing of
four regiment., 1 hey carry a long rltle,
two ruvolvor and a sword, and aro all
mounted on select horse of the llarbarv
blood. Tlifir continuous scrvlcoln Africa,
nmougt and against tho lloduolns, has
miido them iiH!rior rider and they per
form all thu feat on horseback In which
tho con of tho desert excel; and will rido
nt full gallop, turn in tho saddU, and llro
to thu rear with preeMon. Thov nlo dis
linguiihed themndvi!i during thu Crimean
war. General Allunvlllc, whorommanded
a rorjuof 1,1100 Chasseur d'Afriijuo, at
tacked 12,000 HiKiian dragoon, thu la vor
ito cavalry conn of tho Emperor Nicholas,
on t l.o plain of .Simferopol, and defeated
thorn so completely that thoir commander,
General Corn", committed nulcide from
Bliainc.
Tin: Dominion troop marching to the
JEed Itivcr country, find n weary and ex
haiisting Journoy. Tho fupplit- aro do
laved, for road nre to bo constructed
through (i puthlc.s wlldorne, much of
tho way impaahlrfor horsM aud wagons,
miles them i u heavy cxxinditurv of la.
bor, Tlio expedition will not reach Fort
George, It l thought, beforo cold weather,
and It i poxtlhl.! It may ho noved In
lomewlicre on the route. Thu Dominion
Government ha mado a blunder iigaln,
and is bvcomlng the laughingstock of half
thopioplo It imbecility is patent, and
so little coiilldlie doe it jkmsi, that it
tretiKth Is merely nominal. Tho feeling
of Independence i growing in certain
quarter, mid tho idea of annexation in
others. The problem of Canada will bo
solved eventually ,v Wuy w)lI(.,, w,u
uiiitio thu two countries and open up a
future for llritWh North Amorlca, iinpoi
sibly to be attained by her rcmnliili.g as at
present.
I a recent article upon tho war, In tho
London 7'.W, I, tho following signlllcant
passage:
The tiuiu has passed when it could mat
ter to hngland whether any "Western
,.wr..,r ,.u.m,oU a lew Kiuaro mile moro
or less, or tho command of this or that
. . " . u lU0 "u '"Hlemont of En
woVw CL''v,0C0,nt', "'"turityln the
5i. Mi !f .th? KnoV ytem.
Thl. admission from the leading Engli-h
journal, of the future Ktfcatn
tlon which it rpreieul than to Amcrl.
cmms. Accustomed to oxalt themselves and
their instltullons, iahd to assumo a con-
V- . -i l. i . '' t 1 1 ( . . . H
Kii.jitor uTuriniuy loreisn, r.i.g.ii.oivo
.Must Im thoreuglily convinced of what
'Uiiiy ay,-wben,tjry;gt) to tho United
.State a pre-cminonco among nation over
Groat Hrltaln. Such a tributu to tho
progresahe nature of our institutions
worth more than all thu eiilogic whleli
lutve been iokcii by our own citizen
sine.i tin1 declaration of indupemlvlici-.' i
" Co'lu.Ksf .. -Coblcntr., near which city
it i suppocil lio. tlr.t shock arm be
tween the French mid l'iuiuii urmie
will he I'i'lt, U fltimtcil on tin left bank of
tho Ithitii! and the right bunk of tho
'Morclle, at the coiitliiciiri' of ,thc rivers.
'It is aluiit Bevenly mile' northeast- of
Met, by thu po-t ron I, but i more than
'doilblo that dlstauCn by way of thu river,
owing to Its iniioith-i, Cobluntz con
tains a population of about twenty thous
and soul, aud ! one of thu best fortified
place in rrtusla. Tho fortifications sur
rounding it form a vast camp, capable) of
containing ono hundred thousand mn,
and combine tho aytems of Ornot and
Montalcmbert. Four fort protect 4t on
tlio left bank of tho lthino. Thcto fortlfl-
catlont, with tho fortress of Khrcnbrclt
iteln, woro over twonty years in rebuilding,
artor tho downfall of Napoleon,
nnd cost lomo i5.00O.0O0.
Tho principal strength of that cltv
e in EhrcubrclUtein (bossor broad
toiyj), a village and fortress littKUed on u
large rock on tho other tide of the Khtno,
wuieli towers abovo cvorythlng.for mile
around. It is impraenablo to "assault on
threo sides, but on tho northwest Jt I con
siderably exposed. Four huadred liHvy
gun are mounted in tho fortress, aad
theso sweep the Rhine in all directions and
thu road to -Nassau. On tho top. of' ftio
rock i a great platform which aexves is a
i . . ..I. . J
parauu gnjuna, ana wuicn coTers large
arehed cisterns, supplied with .inter from
spring without tho walls, and capable of
containing a three year i supply of the
liquid. Thore Is also a woll, eunk four
hundred feet in tho rock, communicating
with tho lthlne. It Is not thought any
attempt will bo mado by tho French ,1
Uko Coblcntz by n direct attack, but' a
flank movement to drivo tho 'Prussians
from tho placo will doubtless beeioayod;v
THE HOHENZOLLBRNS.
Uriels anil Proajrc of tho rarally
1 no House or Houoniollern, Which to
day mak;c so much nolso in Europe and
menace all nations hr It amhltlmt
projects, Is of Saubian origin. In leaving
tho town o(Heohldgen, watered by'sTtrlb-
,uiar- oi iuo ocuar, iuu iraveier who ui
reel hi steps southwai'd toward Berliha-en
scesrislnt: on his left a conical shaiied
hill, on tho summit of which it ituatea'a
castle or remlal proportions. That Is the
cradloof tlio houio of Zolorn, called
Hohen or h'gh Zollcrn, on account of tho
oievanon or tuo ancient manor. This cas
tle which gave It name to tho royal house
of Prussia, was built abont the year 080,
A. 1). The petty noble to whom It sorved
as a reldonce, lived for a lone tlmo
in obscurity, aad became dividod
into threo, brachnc, that of Franconla,
whence hasiisuod tho rovalhotue of 1'ru.
sla, and thoso of Hechlni!on nnd Hleina-
rlugen, who remalnod stationary. Tho two
inner nave piayou out an insigniiieant role
In historv. but the lino of Franconla learn.
eJ early to appreciate tho valuo of money,
nnd Frederick VI, afterward Frederick
I, conceived tho happy Idea of lending
loo,ooo tlorinsto tho Kniporor Slgismund.
Tlmt UKi.OOO llorint was the oriirin of hit
greatness. .Sigiimund, bolng unable to
repay them, yUlded at collateral scu"rlty to
his creditor tho Margravato of Jlranden-
lmrg, till lie should bo ablo to discharge
tho debt. Frederick found some troublo
in installing himself In the Marches, for
the noble of tho dittrict did not feel dhv
poicd to submit to this hypothetical sup
erior. Tho Kltgown, thu Jiltmarcks and
oilier revnuoti, and at 11 rat came ou con
ouernr. Hut Krcdelck wn amanofabll
ily. He learned that thu Mali; rave of
Jhiirlugln wa the poisessor of a new
weapon of war of marvelous power,
called n cannon. Ilu brought, thl
to I.ear ou hi adversaries, and. thanks to
the cannon, terminated the (trugglo to
hi own advantage. Thus wa Prussia
norn ny tne power or gold and cannon
ball-. . Despoiled . of their
possessions In consequence of tho war of
rtnpoieon, tno nine princedom or Heel.
ingeii and Slgmarlngon lost their royal
.11 I... 1... 17.. ..I .1 .1.., II f
iiikiiiivi out i.aviiii; Kivmi incir auneoon
to the Confederation of tho lthino they
woro reconsiiiuieu oyaiioicon i.. a nro-
ceodini; which did not prevent them from
turning against him In 1814. Having but
scanty revenue and debt. Hcchincen
and bigmariugcu decided upon resigning,
in 1843, all their right i In favor of (ho
Klutr of Prussia, who. bv a trout v. con
cluded in IS.'.O, agreod to pay thu former
branch an annual sum of 10.000 thaler
and tho latter of 25,000 thalcrt. lie felt
hi honor concorntd In the possession of
this littlu territory, containing
n.oi inuaoiiauu, wuicn gave nun te
side a footlni; in South Germany. Hcarco
ly wa ho Invested with his double Princi
pality before l.o hastened to repair tlio
manor of Zollcrn, to robulld anew It Goth
ic fortilicatlons, and to cause to bo Inscribed
u latter ot gold and azuro, abovo the on-
ratio uoor, tint inscription:
" Zollorn. Nurcmborc. Ilrandenburi:
unitod, built tldt cattle in 1858. Tho strong
hand of Prussia raited inoup. I am call-
u ino uoor oi mo j-.agio mat."
a novo tint proud gateway or tlio r.agle
Prussian Majesty cautod a ieuroin re
lief to bo erected, rcprosontlng a fully
armed uniiMit, win. mis motto; " von
Felszum Meer " from tho rock to the
tea; that Is to say, from Zollern to the
Jlaltic.jrrom Zollern to Trleite, on the
Adriatic being understood.
JpiARMN.
A FARM OF 100 ACRES
FOR NOTHING.
A compilation wllli full nnil aeeiirnln csplana.
Iiiidn cjI IIih llouit.ifml eunLluiit and la.
Uructinu nuj peron Iww to -curo oo hoadrwl
notvi ol noli ninnini: Una fur nothing. inontlt
U-fi.rn liMivint liomv, ami In (lie rirliMtaad moat
production ponton of the (irrat West. If you
rontvmpUti- emigration aeud Fifty tVnt for
llilDwnrlt, You will nver rraret Hf
Ht K. Majruartl,
Kl. Limn, Mo.
cofms.
CAKY.'
PRINCINL UNDERTAKER
No. fa Slxllt StreoU iiIrotlH.iLl).-
Kfi tv.n.lunl'v on Imiwl n
I rKarmiiyorrr.inii lii.,i;
f iIih r,... -( m.,.i ilttiiieuiii,
tm- In iiu-. '.Vt-oti n.lt.
WimmIh
A httiiH .ml Curiniii 1,
hi; In m.lnii'--. HSIr fuin
linen llt-p., Olintv tUttiiiint.
(i... HikI Hilor Kritii (h),
Rti r-HiIrt r Hlirr .Vniiofli,
T-.ils, i.H.T..w, CfcilM'.il
ll"J.er1tf". 'Hue, '(:. lc.
BjWx-, nine, (;,!
sis Malirei
mm
9. i
JlaJo to 0rJi.
majr)4leni '
7
ryVCIKREIGIi
NF.Witr.
PRACTIO.
1
Mfmimental Despws;
I.TPOHTFltM OF ITaIiAN JfilBLB
rit('4TC'H tlstAstlTK, .
warkkouSh and wont Biioi'.coiciiiit or
Tlllib AMI HtVAtfN aTHEEtt".' , '
l . y
onF,.VSMtOKO, My.,
MonutaOaU, Vtilt, ,flr Htonc. Maallr,
Vl'unblnt;, etc., executed Willi iirior werli
M.MtSlie.atlowRit prlccts. V
ststjltatu rman and iitbrew iMIrrtaf don
4MMtaf llranllo rlghtrt, hj thn l,at swtiltv-
ATI 0Ti mrAniil. t!
Fordcrlgn, apply to
CABL Im TIIOMAN, AejWtit,
utmer Eis;i.th auM suconntKiai Ava.
HOVK COWISXOIL
DAY HROTIIEI
DBALUKB 1ST
FLO IT R
. AndAt"OI of
OHIO ItlVER,AU KAJtlWHA
SALT C0MPANIE8
H7o.70
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
Z. 1 1. Mstl.uis. K. C. t'lil.
jyjATiirNN x in i.,
FLOUR
Commission Merchants
111.-. Ohio UTre,j!AlRO,nLINOIH.
fc'i.uv:il attcatloaglirtft to lb pttrrbaM) and taJsof
FLOUR.'HAYan
!. C'junlr NUlonal Hint. fiUon. f I
Into.., III.; Cir H4lnal tUnW.;Calro, lUlnms;
MaiIii'hii, Iolr A Cu.Oimiiilnlon Merchuiti,
CMcnxo, III,; lUMwio A humn, t.'ui. Mori'lint,
vmu'uku, hi,, iiw, Maria a iu.,wo 'Ki. in
mrsodtl
Q W. liKi:E,
!-ucrfi.or lo r"lll,OrcACo.)
FLOUR AGENT
........Aud fieiurtl....,
Commifiion Merchant
H. D. A)r.
A YEHK
U. ,1.1 A)' i l I
k CO.,
I.RAt.KRS IN
FLOUR
And (ieunU
ConimiiiioE Merchantt
NO. 133 OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, IlsXilHrOIH.
Q WALTEHH,
..-..DEAI.EH IN..
emsxc& i
LUMBER
r BVSRT BWCHirTIttlf,
Lathp Shingles and Cedar Posts
ORDERS SOLICITED
STEAMBOAT LUMBER
mm ASisiTs
' ......0......
FORWHRDIKIil COMMISSION
dCORN
VDKNIRIIB OX RHtJKT IVOTIt'K.
ORNER COMMERCIAL AVENUE
AND TENTH STREET,
CAIRO, IXUXOI.
VERY FABMEssli.'
MM
Wt tro mtat2Xtctar.Bf
CRIST MILLS
Yit t.Kii'l rr power ,ur,.raini( in prlo from
li An to H17.VOJ anil laeapadty from
1 to 20 Bushels Per Hour.
Th Mill ri rry ttrotiu nnd diirnl.U, and
lentllre very little powrr to runthrm. Keh rise
wlllRrindritluir
FAMILY MEAL
Or ptwk fn-il, a m.iy be dulred, .in 4 will in'.tr
tlmn
Save l(s Price Every Year.
Kry Mill fully wsrraalrd.
W mike(wolf of llonn Mill, eapw
Ily to i lon pr dy, prion (lui to tM. '
DexTlpllTf t.lifiilMi furnislir.1 on appllcatlda
Tht Diamond MUlMatmfa taHaejCe.
CUR5I.K niK A.1S I MiilT aTltRKTR,
Cl!t IX N All,.
Aitrsti wanted In every town and count;,
jiiycsufOciAwauwi
AUCTIONEER.
D.
T. PARKER,
LiceiiNed ufUonAMr,'
OFFlCRt Vf.f tliii prtr.V.'ti 4 ff.TlJiaVsai
ham', Ul.lo I.Tf p, l'mirov'tlila6lt:
trout iloorsilf tmmptlr atindJ to."WR
vum
AUC1I0N A CQIMSSIOS
' Dmntol Htmnm
Rtutnlii. ttiAnks lo thn uitltnii of Cairo fur
their liberal patrontir, and would Inform them
that lie can l found at hi old tlaad laSQimtner.
ciaj avrnuo. All salaa .roatptljr atuad4 to,
Liberal AJraati MatJe on (eitrm
ntnif. -
lUxular Ml day Wfilnrda)r'aaadHaturitat'(j
IAII cuutlKniniiitcocrlbroiin policy of laaflf
aaof . rarilttcontljtaiDg juodi will iacar
No Extra Charge for Storage.
Fur prom. t returns and strict attention to Uitl
hiti would must rrp-ctfully rrfrr to iht fojlow
In i mere !int, Unkrrsand othrn.
llallidajr Uio,., U. sjunl A Hon, Adams ieri
Outnpany. A. II. Harford, II. H. Ilamll, Brlalul
Hlilvall. 1-sulU. Mluih. II. II. U'llll.,
Natiooal llank, of cir. u..4.a Jonas, Hew
Tors. A.rrcacn, jiotran, viara aniMpbioi
ton. Atlantis (ilan tV.. Iitltlirv. CtaaasVllro.
Clilratn. A. Helspiihliatr, IaxiioIs. A. Hall M
I n.. Hi. I.nult. . jullpf.
WOOD.
JP M. H AH1,
DEALER IN FIREWOOD
IN IBESAltKI TO l ll.I. eUll
Prnmtl)r anl aali'furlorily, with Hm very
r irvwiiou,
OAK Mild HHIKOKY
Leave Order nt llnlpn'a Old HUwi
OK AT T1IK fUNT.orricic.
UKUCEItlKS-CONXIHSION.
W. MMtluil.
T. Bird.
THAlTON BIRD,
(Huc-rMiia loHirallon, Hildion A Clark,)
"WlioleHnle
GROCERS
1 4 H tl eiej
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
B7 OXZO ZiBVl
CAIRO. ILL.
AtJ.BI. af AajterltHSM Puniitr
Manafaclurrra As;rssU lor Cat loss Ytatm.
Q.; D. U ILLIAMMOM, ,
WWOlAVift-L
GROCER
PRODUCE
'OMMIffNIOIV MERCHANT)
No. 70 Okla leT?,
CAIRO ILL.
Npocui tietttUM glrets is Caaeltn
settts riUltti rdr.
FOR SALE.
lie
JpOR fcJALE.
TlntwoHtory Obiikj ilwrllav and lot
rr-TTnlonaloc So Jno. Knatlali, alfuatad'ln
rHaadJerfrsonavnne, Cairo, III. Ttie hon'
fonuiji.auooaiiall,
vn tAtU floor; agoo.l'bru.k.cclUr uadtr It a3'
, '"Re cliti-rn ou lh prttMae. For further ti!fi
titular apply to h. I1LUM.
E
j.
taH2
BsNeMJafMBMMMMMMMMMMft
i.i.. i iV" "atnrnjion avr ,
i-iro, iiiiooit, July iti, W. ll Wlm
FORWARDING
tin
GOMWSSWN.MERCHAHTS
WlXaeiwf - Boat
CXIW), ILLINOIS.
M"tt"ii,!:JW'l"
avfer,
. , ,v . 1 . !'"-: 'ir, ifirr aii'i lurwarij
nnwion ' K,", r '"" OT"'',,n
i? . V'Pri-rui WM., .torr mi. I lurward
(HiuW.orto i'rkVA l'Mlll.;i'
COMMISSION
.A.... .1
MERCHAHT
Add Daelet In
Ftour, RrMl, Har. Cr. Onia
Cor.lOthSt.&OtiioLevee
CAIR4, ILtlfffnii. ,
pBTBR CUHL,
aucosuusviVaC
IM
aMAVale
Millers' Agent, .
ci(kf, ILL.
rae Battel (!, a Ml raaajH' m
llalaasarlly rtlleel.
MWtMMaPWVaHBT
TUE
.
M MILLS
HI IiETEIS. CAIRO
WLT0H. k WW,' -. PMFrtMore
Are tss JNtU taaraSAaaa.
Xetirt. fulton A Boas are crrparad tQfursifh
all klatta.af Mour of th 'beat alltr, antl alta
Mill KmU of all klads. ,t)raben riSu. laaaadla
or In In. quaatlty, mad ftoin lb ll Wtnta
'SICDLin, u
T7 YIWCEMT,
. e
PKAI.K IS
GROCERIES
XIMJE,
Plaster Mi Ptasterars' Hair
ssrastmataorrr. tiio.
I.lwf la Rsilk. sslwnyw hs ketatJ
coMitft m xohio urn
CAIR6, ILL.
R.
RYTH CO.,
GROCERS
OHIO LEVEE,
Also, k..p fon.Untly on liaad a nto.l coin
pl.U sUirk ol
LIQUORS-: WHISKIES
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
W ar. urrna tor J.' tttil A Co.'t Clrlir.ilcd
Wa aall axelualt.lv for Ca.h. tu whlrli fket wa
inrita in atuntioa orciaae aarcain uijn
"feslal atJUatioa ilrm to fllllnc orUr.
H. M. HU LEN
GROCER
AN17
Confection Merdunt- '
Ma learnt t HU. OM. Htaael
(3( CemiMrciihliienue,
Where basellcljs a coatiuaaco of.patroaaM af
Mifortttsretuto
mtrt, aewtn a last or as man
aafpneaaa
troortri aroTtstoSMx;
ito., r.mariaUy cheap for caah
which 'he will . twll,
yn.i kiiu tat lowr.l,
f Au to nun
.
-gMiaRA.T '
TICKETS FOR SALE
eSltaHplw slttaaaj law t" Ctr
FORWAttOIHG
Niiniirf Merrta CteKalce.
Aftsll
DR. JOHN BUl.L'M COLUMN.
Great Remedies
DMfflHH BULL
Miil;fM;lintiL'ii.li't ui Die
S'Tonic
SYR
IJIEir
CURE OF AGUE iHD FEVER
IVOI'
i,.
ritHM' aronrlf tor nf In!
rH.hret.il in.ii.'in
I) lasts .lajin. fnr It a uuriorlly' Avar
all If
ntadSn rrrt ofaredto tli feWlfler, the iJt, tt
WMf'aa rnmantrl crrt of AKUeaad MIT,
or" Chill 'ani" K.Ti-r. whether of nort or loajr
ttadlnst. Jle tetania thellr .Wetrn and
L Kuutawe.tern oountryto btit l.lm u-Mlmoojr lu
P lKe7Jr(ith &r (lta nrtiun. Ul la no c
wwai.Tir win h tan lorure, ir mv iiircnion
.-.trlcllVMInirpd and carrl.d Mil. la a at. I
aaayeiarta sliule (loin hn bf a .uBIcUnt fr
enrcAnd whol rtnilli liarn tr.n currd tr a
'a leaf' tMUle, with a perfect rrstorstl'in of ill.
(rnrral MeJIh. It ItiowaYcr, pruikot. ami in
'tlnufd hlSbltlUr dfit&a tat an.uV or two atUrtha
tety .naejnoro rrnainincurr.il ni. cnu
laieeai aaf lwa nhwk!, miff, .ffwially In Uit-
flotllt Sud 10( .landing cui. U.nally, tli;
niMlioia will aol tMultaenyald e k.cp in
erjreilrw a eethartic
i owe inn jrooa oracr ; inouia in. p.ncni,n'.i
in.dirlnr. aflrr navJnif
;ek Hisee o
rdotr at SSall'i
gf faur lo. of Mm Tuaie. a alnrl.
will Nf .ulacTrat.
vatretaaie lasMiar rnu
:3t'
! 4 , I
il!)r
T R).IJieiiBtTpTUl'i!f W,eW
. wMeUlecne:!
Iuaviu
arofataleaal ai
r. . v r .i i .
aaS tarlo
ar.ffaul
I
I WrmAlfcwriri.arinr taj almanac.
aad Terlou. pi.Mlratlon. ai. .ttnan, all of which
aatral antl pocalarsryatrlan Jn Oabrsia, iteer.
talnl'fona ol Hi mo.t u.Cl. rumiuuu.ca(ioD
arearauiot. inv roiiawmr. irum a i.iauir run
tea Vaet4t. f , weweal tPSa-
Vlllaaow. Maia.rUiumy.ua.,
June . in. I
, ,Ur, .Joa,ti,a i;a;Nn .tilare reteatl)
ria. Jiiil ''Worm rV.fwi.tV .i.ral ttian,
taW fid st wtaxlerfelly .tcloaO l be. not
failed in a alnaclv injjaace.lo liai. th. wi.li.d.loi
aKU I em duiafi r7 farg. roun'y rracind.
and Sjiwtjda! a,fu' etHftajtr,!
1 est! re t7 6! Jim I kno.r no
Ilia. htnj
DO rrmr.
T.t .m-in.lr.l Lr Jhti atitnt aulhontlt. that I.
ertata ad peeJyialiaaBrcu. o ni.mntrar)
neyere uawntiala sieitrin Wj oecliu
writlnxyou (a tofJ.Mt out uw whet ."fm ' eeu
ftkSmilrlllllcllrtf.u If t fumtl
' It-."'. ''"an - f K'fat ilaei ul II.
I am ewer tnat tl.t nae(,l.iirhetiiHM icntrary
to Uia la h tap an 1 prartlcn of a rat majority
of the rajalar line d.Kaidina fitiMdy atkhw.
knew to La auAcl.ot. tlmiTy te.au. we ntayb.
Imonntof Iti combination. Yi m Dirt. 1 rn.il
'Shake, tie rnl touaa all aud ttr lacaoalo el.
iTiauanenumm!j r. -n i tony u. au.
ta eetatatad not h..ltating ;wane oto on.
m'we leMMjna than tur wlf ha lnSm-l it,
alfnrta Aral, end rKnml th. tolv llhl 10 cui.
Ltksoll), JloaaT.r, 1 amky no mtaai
adrocate or u pjioii.r of (l. (Lhuiaui nt worii.it ,
Bo.trum. ihatnnod tl rounly. tt.at pi"po(i u
run- all uiannrr of illtra.n lowhlrh trill it h I
Nre. teply aoon, and (aform m of year U i
term.. Iam,.ir, v.ry rr.nrrtfully,
J U LI U.i f. CI.KM KM . l l
Read tlic t'uylalii'a Letter muU
Ikexeiicr fro liable MeUtcr:f
Jt. iVNjlfftlVir rtkl(VJwai),,lV..r.
Clancy or your t-ar.parllla, and th hralinK an l
ben.Dclal uualitlc. it po.u...... I ,.nd you llir
foUowinc aUtrmrnt cf tnjrca.ni
1 wa. wounded aUiut two y.ar. iii-im takru
prisoner andrnnllped for eitletn month.. liiny
iiiotrd to nllru, mj wound, hatvnol h.al.d nl.
1 havrnot .at upamoinent ilnca t wa wuundVl
lam .hot Iftrotiffh Hi. t.lp.; My gcu.ral h.altl,
la tmaalred, aad I owl .ora.thin to aunt na
lure. I hate n.or. faith In your tiaiaa'illa thee
in anything nln. f with that that i. grnutae.
Vleaaei fjprue.i fnv e half doier twtlTee, and
otllKi r CAIT..C.J'. JOlI.S&V.f,. ,
f H, T'.lulluinK wa. wrilU-a Apitieu, I.C.,
h) Mis, Jcnnlu J.tiinuju. inotht t of Unj t. Jolie
oni , -
WLJOII.N tiUI.l-t.rHlri Wyl.u.UnJ. In.
O t. i.l.uton, wa a killful.Kuriti'ou and thy. it,
Ian in U-nural If.w Tortr, wh.r.lir Jlt-d, !.arin
the abut, ;. I'. JohntoD to my care. At Itilrtnu
year. o( wr, U liad.a chronic diarrhea aart
.rrofula, fCr which I Kate him jroiirHar.tpar.l1a
IT CUIlia 11I.M I tiat. for Ira jea.ttvoiu
m.ii'M 'It lo niajir in ft'ow fork, Ohio and low a,
for .crofula, lr aorta, aitd gtnifal lUlily.
IVrfict .unci., lias attended It. 71 nm ijttu
M. avaM 4M f urijlU ai ftur trt ilw
mirunUxu. 1 am y.ry aia.ou for niyop to atrala
hTe urouneto JredrSAri'arM.rilla. 'ir l f.arful
of g.tliuga .punuii. article, hence hi wiillny In
you font. Illauouad. were tarrlbh-, hat 1 U
f,. he.ll. ;o,.r Wmffigtf
AUTHENTIC
IMICU.HKNTH
TcistlnuBy r Hcdlcal Mcie
ritony 1'oint WhlW i.1, Aiif., MV 2J 't, 9
Dr. Jonx Hen lit ar Sir: l-at tchruary I m
at Louiayllln purchMioa dnif., and I go I sonit
or your nartaparina anu i.uruu uiurra
torwn-aaWi wrta weal wnu aienn
EKi on tC oSters, aad eaati fou
un awe
who ha. beta in tad health, tried
oral yeara ni Ian arlected-he iniproie
yery much bjr the ute of your Hitler., Inde
the Cedton Hitters haKltn you areas spuJarWa
IB-tale aettlement. rl think' 1 coAd ecil , , (
quantitjr of your raediciaa ihle-totl ejp eclaM)
Cedroa Hitlers and Bar.ararilla. rtilp m
Memphlacareot WeHetleijJyji-if.i .
i .AWeiawaiT.
iti t
ffll"
bU libortory. Fifth btreet, Loul
llle, Ky-3
Smith
Sarsaparilla
wm
ror Hull PI UARRI.AI BRO,

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