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FVl7rTl t Democratic Consri'ji'en
ii lioivfHMiiII.!oiisImi..iliniil minor
mntlcr-: no Hmo !o.l In ilNci'''"1
, r..lM.l oie:il5 no mniilAMialln" tr
imrww r .irowrlpHsr rwlliigy n
, eriflce nf Ums-mw l pni'iry jut
' yi'i.ai KinliH ttiV r tv.-rntinrrtl .
In the prn-'Hl rnr!t. of tlio two
vT?f.iZa ii..,f fori v iruiiVbfcrTbf ' thii hfiiW
tv-twi'Tflllrpn liliniti unil only sixty IJctn
ocrjUra If 1 JMtlkiy iidmlW.l ij-Mlie
lit f,jiii'1ioniTurft?tirU'!? "Tfi.it UiR 5m
nnio iHpnrlty will mil r'lifiritctcrlzp tli'
;imitbf rlertwl tlii .full. As lw I'i'i
prolnoTo gnln of Dciuocrutlc montl-or
Mtimatcs widely1 dlffJr. '"the Xnthn, nw
nllo Uopvbllcari pnperof Now York City,
prcaicts llint tho Uppublicniis will carry,
thb .next house, and that tho Demo
crat will gnln tliirly-i'lne members. Tho
following Ij n table showing tho result, ni
rcdlcted by the Sation :
RtJ. Pern. RaJ. hem.
Alabama 3
Arkanta. -4
fe'ifjrnia 1
Nebraska 1
NovJft o
N. Hampshire. .1
New Jtr.oy 1
Now York ...1''
N. Carolina. fi
Connecticut
- 1
n
2 iorida
Ocorfjla
Illinois
Indtann
Ion a ,
Kan.at ,
Kentucky
Louisiana
jlAfctfio .........
Maryland .....
VMn cnuactt.
Michigan
MlnnMO n
l
... a
Ohio tl
...
... r.
... o
... l
... 2
... I
... 6
,.. 0
..10
A
.h 2
... 4
... S
of
Ofraon
i'cmuylranla,.
Hhoila bland..
H. Carolina
Tennessee
Texai
Vermont ...
VlrglniA
West Virginia.
Wiconrin
Mlnlmppl......
TotM -....Ill W
MIour:
H
Speaking
this eslimato the Kew
Haven Jltghtcr Justly rcmarki that, whllrf
. ... . . - .1 .1 - . 1 .....
It may do liuorni ni loino nonneru unit!,
It make no nllowanco for tho Certain
change that Is impending throughout tho
majority of tho southern districts. It rty
be. however, that tho Xation reckons on
the regulation of southern eloctions by.
martial law, according to tho method in
augurated in North Carolina. This, of
coursv, would keep things about as thoy
aro al the south, for another year yet.
Tho N. Y. If'orW Washington com.
pondent calculates on the democratic gains.
to be expected in tho southern statcs( in
wo loiiowing muio :
rre.'l Jlnuio
Item. Had.
Sell H6l7.
tirm. HaJ.
Btnloi.
Alatiama
Arkama
Klomia
Urcr;la
Louisiana
Mlllpll M..
Ninth Caralloa......
houth Carolina
.... 1
(i
.... 0
.... 0
.... o
.... 1
.... II
.... I
1
1
(I
I
A
'j
3
a
tr
'0.
r 0
TTM
Ylminli . a
Total U
Accoiding to this count, which is it rea
tonabla one tho bayonet and musket
upart the numbor of Democratic mem
bors concedctl by tho Nation is Increased,
to fifteen. In Tonnojsco, moreover, tho
Nation claims two radlcnl congressmen,
while at tho hut election the oonsorvntives
carriod every or.o of thu eight districts by
n largo majority. This correction would
mako tho Xation't Hit stand 1 10 Democrats
to ISf Ilepnbllcans.
Tho H'orMwrltor farther complies tho
following Ublo of districts of which tho
present rt-proscntiitlvcs wero elected by
mnjorillcs of leu than COO, 1,000 and 1,M0.
LEMTIIAN KIVJJ HUMinKI).
ToUl
DUItk-t. JUJ'ty. Vctt. Utprruiitatiti!
tin i-fiunynauin
41 V7.Cr Jolm 1'ovo.le,
4tk w JrrV..
.. M ::.3i Joint HUl.
.. lUJ J.J. Wliiaua.
..11C '.'O.Tlo W, Julian
.. lit 27. I'M John C'im.
.. !M5 tfl.TJI H.ll.tVlUf
Till Ohio
4th Imliana ...
lull l'omit)lf.iniu .
loth r.iimjlv ni
I.Mh l'riii))lini i
I'itU .N" York ,
bih Onto
IlltlllllllO
lith Nen Voi I;
lt VHcniili
vi h .Mioourl
;th IiidUnit
411 2U'i l'lMMiTuiir
i au J. A. siniiii,
Mn 'JT.oja J. A. Itlnuliaiii
...... tii M.TI.'l J. II. Ktlihutn,
ttl II. K, IUHlf,
4! ID.Mi I). 1'. l)rr.
47 Cl.755 l.Orth,
V M. Wrlkrr,
.l ua.lll IL f. Mchfnck
Ilth Ohio
3J uliio
l Ohio
407 --.l J. I!. Hti'trilann
LC41 TIIAX 1,000.
4th Ohio... . .... CrlO Wl,M Win. I.svrrlK'c
in W.VIrL'Inui MO 'li.W J. II. I Mini.
Mtl MUtoun 7 U,'J7 It. T. Villi llorti
N..ri In HI 11.677 Tllin. A. HlOh
MhlnJIant .... Ml M'.vi J.IM'.MiMika.
MhOnio im.iii Joim iifnti).
liitiiilao .-too ii.iw lll.Mooriv
LESS THAN 1,500.
Mli'lridiima. IOJ M.nuS John (lobiiiii.
nth ri tinnylreui...i,"i ssi.luu D. J. Morrill,
illli l'tni)hauu.Ml,l2J M,W J. 11. Doult)
ll'h Imliana ..I,J1 U.u'.l J. I'uokanl.
.I.t .Nt w Vork l,3iO ."i,7N'l A. II. Haili-y.
.WOiryinia l,4i'J ll.ulJ J. a. Wltaki-r.
.ailhJoUlwiJ 1.4 1-.772 .N. r. Duon.
' 1 in Uio ' whole, ii proper work bo done,
we i Himot hlp thinking that tlic rliimtf
if Laving the next hoiu rtro in our favor.
Should the Intentions of tho ltadical party
mid tha udmlniitratlou bo correctly fore
fhndowed by proient events In Xorth Car
ollna, of courc,und political strength will
then lie a body of, Heaven only knows
whnt chosen at tho mouth of tho musket.
POLITICAL NOTES.
, '. 1 .
Tho Democrats have called a Stato
Convention in Uccrgia, to meet Auuuit
17th.
Tho friend of Montgomery lllulr are
urging hit election to Congress from tho
I' ll in jHaryiauu uituici.
The Now York Sun u-ives li. P. Ma
nlcrrc, tho ltadical polico commissioner, a
con rcyagr in an article neaucu, " a plun
derer going to Europe.
Tho National ' Democratic oxonutivo
cornmlttco desire to obtuin the numo and
POitoffloo bddress of tho chairmen of all
fctiu nnd county committees; also, that of
Kit wmocraiic .anu uonservaiivo canui
elites for Congress.
J. Perry Johnwn, Esq., of Kandolph
county, Illinois, announce hlmsolf as a
candidate for state senator from the 8d
district.
The Carrollton (III.) aautu luy, t it
definitely understood that Hon. A. O.
Uurr will not ! a candidate for 'renomU
nation for congress.
The Jucksonvlllo (111.1 Journal, radl
cal paper, sa v tho proceedings of the rad.
cal convention in that city, last week,
wero "diigracoful" and "disreputable. '
Tho democratic district convention of
the -1th senatorial district will bo held ut
Contralla, Marlon county, Illinois, on
Thursday, August 20th, 1870.
TJlli SKCllliT TllOUJILKS IX TllK
sovrq. it .
Two riiontlia-iifiti, tho KWpinlnatdii cor
r,,t.omlent dtuS'sNikfcaV;3 1
wroto tho foiftwtpg. wfiioh tv iitiblili(5d
in that pa)wr .
"Tho niitnliiT In whlfli p.trtUifu tolt
Kram from tin- Smith lmvi' beoii iniiiiu
fnetured and pitbiclied in the Nurth, to
furthor tlio ii.t-ih m1 ilolgiii of uiiM rtipu
lous and nmbltlmi men wa wi-ll liown up
)h the duvnliipnii-nis hrimglit iiul In refer
tn'lb tho U.jhhly.ilJ(,;rro,f,nirIiiif j
thu prbgroH" f Ut reeMit (Jeofglu investi
gation. Thr rtirit'!7ftn't11noltlT(i1ttg tnt In'
conneutioti williiii.' mturuiil iitlulr of oihrr
innitliern Sial." it la UelTiy Unit tlio
"i:nii;i.no iaAtuNh In1 h .uth will
roult, in Mime iiutiinei, not pvrluip
In'thodeftvil f iuf-Kmbliciih thirty, but"
In'thotlrfiint vt 'ivtrtalrfindlviduiils who
are and hnvi-lici n uting that party n
iiic'mii' only to their own lllli iiilt'iiilpe
munt. ForfAulm.'ilils.tlui udoruKlo (l-KT1
Hl -AN 'tfxul'HK irt" UWMi.vpK1
MAHTIALI.A V, nud bvnl iiuwnpnptri
In thc'liiturott nt' the men alluded to .'are
teeming with .iccoutitu of "uutriiL't".'!
THIS dtf a'AHTlUULAUIjY THE
OAHK IN XOKTJl OAltOLINA, and riiJ
Surpriso need bo fult atrt'tfuuy rf of Aor
rort from thai nlhte served ud In thV
Ckrbnltlt) '"for," sold one of tho North,
Carolina" senators. "WE INTEND .TOl
USE THK MILITAllY, and jn juWjiea-
naitd ihrough' ihf Sorth." .
SOMEWHATERSONAL.
fanl from W.A, Ltrnnia. I
(UanmAia, July X7j 1S70.
Editor Artftu. On tlio 25th lust. ,1
wrote n notii to .lohir II. Ilnrton, Kdltor of
tho Carbondiile Era, demanding of him a
retraction or the statement nmuo liy mm
in his 'paper of tho loth Inst., to thecQvct
that wlili I waa n candidate for City
Judgo, I courted the votes of republicans
by denouncing- my own party, and prom-
.Jilng,.ll twctM, that I would henocforth
act with the republican party. Ilarton
makes mtntumol tho notoho rercivtil from
mo In hit paper of tho 2Gth inst nnd says
ho1dccfl8odto'puMUh it from tho fact that
it was wltteu.-in n style that did not be
came. gentleman. That Ilarton should
bccbdle'so woitderfully incensed at
charge of lyiiig Is certainly Inexplicablo
when compared with tho fact that he has
Icencuaractsriuxl by several of tho tho
newspaper ot tho country not only as be
ing n llbortir.e.uind a common drunkard,
bot nfhavlng'Sitfrvod a turm in tho Ohio
pcriltontiary, and strango to'sny, that
tHeso charges' haro' no vcr, bocn met with
that bold "and ilcflant refutation that be
comes an honwW'Upright man, but Barton
is too much of a poltroon and too well
known to require any comment from me.
VYM. A. JjEJIJIA.
Tho following Is a copy of tho note in
question :
caisoaniti, J lily at, isrn,
Etlitor Era. In your issue of tho ICth
Inst., under head of "Hypocrisy uiMt Con
temptible," you say among othor things
concerning mn, thht "Dill fooled a number
at tho tlmo no was elected City Judge by
declaring that ho only wanted achauco to
leave the uu rotten party ana mat ir no
was olocted Judge ho would hencefor
ward act with the Ronubllcan nartv.''
Now Ilarton, when you wero writing this
paragraph you know you wero writing an
egregious lie, and you know full well that
Voti could not substantiate ono sylablo of
such a charge this being thocase, I do-
manu in the niixl isiuu oi your paper, a
full and.comploto retraction of your baso
calumny, lu default of which I will glvo
publicity to tliU letter in this week's
Argn$. Y. A. l.fc.U.UA.
Ooon Aurii'K. With respect to tho
European witr,.lohn Mltehell Hd vises tlio
Irish at thU tlnm to "do nothing, to refrain
from lioaitlng and expressing rnnh sympa
thies which tlmy may havn to turn into
iiutipiithle hi'f.iro long.' Thu advice
mlglit belotlowud with adviinthgu by oth
ers lioaldet Irishmen.
Anotuhk or (iiUNTh I'ktx. Tho
New York .S'iih "learns from Washington
that Mr. J. C. Itnncroft Davis, nctlng sec
retary of statu, who not long since was
proved by tho legislature of Massachu
setts to liavo received SCO.00O as a bribe
for betraying and defrauding his clients,
and who now conducts the foreign rela
tions of tho ('ulted States government,
has lately scut no less than thrco special
bearers of dispatches abroad lu tho course
of a single week." Loyn! politicians do
firlng n freotrip to Europe should Hpply
linniedliitely
A Swkut I'aitIuot. .The Detroit Frtt
Pnti says that Kirk, thu iiuin who com
mandi Uuldeit s desperadoes lu North
Carolina,-wits virtually a land pirate du
ring the latrf war. Ho placed (ilmself nt
tho. head of it band of deserters from
bptli tho rebel and tho Union armies mid
went about plundering tho people. In one
locality ho plundered rebels as a Colon
man, and in another ho plundered I'liion
men us a rolx l. Ha traversed tho border
counties of Te:incioo and North Curo
iiua, committing murder and other out
rages upon the people, and Is, really, at
present a fugitive from jintice.
Ji'liUK Hn i:. Tho Dcmocratlu Con
gressional Convention of tho Tenth Illinois
District met at Curllnvllloon tho :id Inst.,
and organized by electing Hon. It. M.
Knapp, of .Icrsy county, as chairman,
and I,. W. Lloyd, of Shelby, secretary.
On the seventh ballot, Judgo K. Y. Itlco,
of Montgomery county, was nominated,
receiving forty-tlvo vote to eighteen for
Judge Woodson, of Urcen, and nine for
Hon. Cyrus Epler, of Mnrgun. Tho nom
ination was then made unanimous. Judge
KIco In a speech accepting the nomination
predicted tho ultimate triumph
of the Democratic party,
provided it would forsako doad works and
address itself to practical and living issues.
Tho Democratic convention of the Sovcnth
Senatorial district, composed of the coun
ties of Macoupin, Montgomery, Christian
ana Shelby, was also held at CarJinvillo,
and nominated Louis Salomon, of Mucou
fi?,;ts?ctMlXwrtSITi for tht
AROUND ABOUT CAIRO.
Jnafcion'.Oauii)-.
I Tho .Jtepubltsfiin'iptjnf ention of Jackson
j&untylwlU'moet (at pfarphylK.ro, on tho
tJltiiftki. ( f."
f, -isjineril hogsfrVddressetl the colored
people of .lacksoit couiity on the 1st Inst
nt Ciirbondnle.
Pailucab
The entire Deinoorallo
and I'llv, was elected on
tlnkot, county
Vl..n.t,.. Iul.
Piidii.'iih, with nil her nciW"
Mill lliej"
feaT The slrugu'le m4.thi Kepubllea
.. ..v, .
4Vu brought
Tht Colonel Ji)ti
Col.groVs, on t$
'onventloti nt Sprlngllcld;
a cIiim; by Ihii'hiiiiilniition
tluiii Merrliiin for Col
183.1 boirM, by vutotlf'27 for Merrla
is for CislI'Mti, 'iirnl I forTark.
fvSiiinikln-' of Mr. Trumbull, the
Winblngtoti correspondent of the . Y.
Standard, says i "Mr. Trumbull, can haTe
no special future in Illinois, and it lookr
moro than probable that he will cast his lot'
In tho Cliaso movement, should thcro ont
arlso In 1872, of anything llko a rcipoci
bio character. '
jtirTo Sonator Drake belongs to thsj
honor of talking against time at the end of
tho last scslon of that body, and thus de
feating bill already passed by the house(
to give' 120,000 to tho sisters of Our Lady
of Mercy, of Charleston, South Carolina,,
for. their unremittlg attention to tlio sick
Mid wounded soldiers of tho Union during
the war. , "
. . -
tsfir A gossipy correspondent of tho K
Y. Standard lays Dick Yates will not bo
returned to tho Senate. Gen. Logan would
liko to have that dish of cream served up"
for his own delectations but hit chancel
aro decreasing dally. Tho same corres
pondent says that tho State might do itsolf
groat credit, as well as send a wiso Sena
tor to Washington, if Joseph Mcdlll, of
the Chicago 7Vt'Aimr should bo elected to
Ynle's place.
IMekca'a Most stsssl ssneceaser.
The present Charles Dickens does not
in tho feast resemble his Illustrious father
In appearance or manner. Ho is quiet so
ber, somewhat reticent, but withal exceed-;
Ingly gentlemanly and kindly man, of par- ,
haps thirty years. Ho dresses more plain
ly and quietly than did his father; hut
manner is not so active, hit feature
aro heavier, and his face roundor. Ho join
ed tho editorial corps of All Iht Year
Hound upon tho retirement of Mr. Wills,
about two years ago, and bids fair to be
successful a's tho elder Dickens, at least in
in the editorial chair, being an industrious
worker, personally greatly llkod by the
genut iritahile, M well as tho rest of the
world, and having an excellent judge
ment and litorary tasto. He is seldom
from hit post In tho little sanctum adjoining
thntoccuplod by his father; and his con
tributions to tfio periodical pross, while
thoy glvo no hint that ho has Inherited tho
prmit .neeullttrltici of tho older irenlus.
suhlclcntly'provo that ho has decided liter
ary ability and polish. As an atnetetir
actor, too, ho is said to bo excollcnt
though, of courso, not the equal of tho
illustrious man whom wo now so earnestly
mourn.
Before After the War.
From iho Hartforil (Conn.) Tlmo.
Hon. Ilutlcr's daughter, a nice younir
lady, was married lately. Uen. got up a
maguiuceni wcuuing. ino milliners ana
drensmakorsof tho United States were not
ircxxl enouuh to furnish the drcssos. Thov
were all mauo in franco anu uormuny.
Thcro wero two dozen "robes de nult;"
two dozen sets of undur clethlng, with
rich embroideries and fancy work; a dozen
cambrlck combing jackets; two dozen
enmbric skirts; and walking
drosso, parlor dresses, jackets,
hati,kgii!ttri nnd glove in Immense quan
tity, triiiimil with the richest and finest
fabrics known to the world. Then'ithcrq
wero diamonds, pearls and proclous stones,
that made the young lady snarklo like an
nlcctrio machine. Considering all the
clrcumstancsi, llutler does not display
Knm1 tasto in iiiaking such u magnificent
show of his wualth. llufiirc tho war he
was about as poor as the ordinary run of
country lawyers, and did'utpay ono of our
own merchants tt little bill of over two or
throe hundred dollars.
- -
FRENCH STORIES OF DICKENS.
Ladle la tit -'.
Kioln tin- rinlivUIiiia l.riliii r.)
The piuslon .f lliu French for sensational
stories lias recccntly been illustrated In a
remarkublo umnncr in reference to tho
lalo C'liarle. Diukuns, about whum tho for
eign journals are full f miecdotos. liut
thu French lire ahead of tho others.
Wliero thoy get their storios from U a
mystery to every InkIv, for thov are un
known in England. Hero aro a couple of
moinun opuiur. ino urstis to mo Cllcct
that overwork bad made Mr. Dickens so ec
centric in his habits that In turned day into
night, and was in tho habit of walking the
streets of London from midnight until
tlvo In thu morning. "On tho occasion of
ono of those walks, the groai novelist ob
served u lady of respectable appearance
following him. Night after night she fol
lowed him, and if over the novelist ap
proached her, hu hastened away, startled
and confused. At lust they met face to
face, and tho lady declared, In great agita
tion, "Charles Dickens, you havo done mo
much Injury. I am no moro rest. Look
at mo, so thut yon may remember me, for I
deslru to bo remembered. You will see
mo no more."
"Mr. Dickon toon atlor wards ascer
tained that she was tho wife of a colonel
in tho Indian army. In a few days came
a caskot of ebony and Ivory to tho novelist,
containing a portrait of a lady, a lock of
her hair and this note : '1 have loved you
madly, liut tho lovo I have given you I
owe to another. 1 am of my own free will
going to another world, where I may
think of you without treachery. Pity me.'
It was slewed, 'The lady of tho other
night.' Mr. Dlckem flow to her houso,
to find that she was dead with a dagger' In
her heart. Another of these stories Is of
a female of moro aggressive character.
This woman led a scandalous life, but pre
sumed to fall in lovo with tho novelist,
and to writu him ardent letters, to
which ho sent no reply. The' woman de
termined on rovenge, and tried to stab tho
novelist as ho was coming out of a theatre.
nut such was the Humanity or unarlea
Dickens, that hit only dosiro was to save
the unfortun&to woman from the legal con-
oquencesxf her infatuation. He snatched
her from' tho witnesses of her attempted
criAor thrust lyr ihlo his carriago; nut
hUaasuKnan U with her to kcenhernulet.
stsa Wm.elf SieendedMho box. took tb,
whip dslroo awsty."
IktTltSONAL NOTES. k
Thodtalh of John 1. Ilrockway, a
noted nolltfclaii of Connecticut, is an-
iVotlnced. , k, '
Tho Cha-lcston Courier says that the
'mother or O'Donovan Kona, the Irish
ittasTa.7 VM.TSVIstetsUsKsnlO-Kf
I JQ.r; JUHIJUUIIi ll JESS III 1 1 H, VIIU vrt "x
iLlWlllonnairis of Western Smftl'drk, and
Fmher-ln-lavof "Mark TwiUfc'; Is recov-
- muier - iii'
mgmt fro
Jjtckof 111
5TI,e M
ouih dangerous ana urotractwl at-
lllniis. r
cn'iliitii Miss- OastMsnfecords the
harrimre, In that place, oh July 17, of
jsjfvcr limine, negro, ana Jtstrgret nates,
ITIWI
White.
Kiluutrick. Mlnlitor to Chill.
MM Tsonl hi riy gnatitm anslAJwill return
home at oncc' 'j L v '
xfTri'iidcnt (Want will reach St. Louis on
Xkn 10th Inst., nnddtiring hist sojourn, will
be the guest ofj Charles W. Ford and Wll.
Ham H.Bonteii. , "3
Emilo do dlrardln receive tho other
tSirffor his par cr,"a Libtrte, ftcen hund
red tliousanu francs. A ben tJ. four years
atneo he paid loss thnn tcn'thosssitnd for. it.
Gideon J. Tucker, n well-known Now
York politician his bought iritoTomeroy's
Dtmotaat, and that red hot and sulphur
pw'ijitctjwill hereafter bo sold at two cents.
MrtfLambort combines to bo managing
editor, but Tucker i to write political
leaders.
Mrs. Millie pevcraux JJlake, n nlcco of
the Eight lteGen. Folk, Is lecturing in
the South on woman's right.
AIjT'IDAY iirothkkh.
OKAI.KRI 1ST
FLOUR
Aail Agfats of
OHIO RITES AltD K15AWHA
SALT COMPANIES
30-0.70
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
Z. D. Mathusi. K. C. UhU
jyATHVM k VHL,
FLOUR
m.-AND'
flENEKili PKODUCE
Commission Merchants
IIS Okie Leree, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Hptelal atUDtloa glvto to the purshaa and al of
FLOUR, HAY and CORN
BEritaa to
Uo County National Bans, Diana, III.) Wn. Uhl.
lllsna, III ; CUT National Hank, Cairo, llllnoia;
Mathcwf, lKlr A Co., Commlasloa Marcliantt,
Chlnaxo, III.) llaldwio k Hton, Com. Merclianta,
Chicago, III., Dow, Moran A Cb.. Chlcano. III.
marSOiitl
C.
W. OKEENi
(Succrimorto Kalll.OrernCo.)
FLOUR AGENT
mAdI (irneral..
(k)nuniiiion Merchant
CAIRO, ILL
H. Ii. A;r.
K J, Ayr
t CO.,
DKAl.tlW I.N
PL OUR
.U.I (lourral
Commiiaion Merchants
NO. 133 OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILLINOIN.
SOATSTOaES.
gAM H I I.HON.
DRAI.KU IN
BOAT STORES
GROCERIES,
,.1M
rovlsions
110 OHIO LEVEE,
Oitlroi XlllxioiM.
ARCHITECTS.
RCRITECTt
Would raaptctrullr lafonn the citln oa of Cairo
and Tiolnlljr, Itial be la bow prepiued t "iiril.i,
ORIGINAL DESIGNS,
KulllTeUllandHMintlon fur I'ubllo nulld.
inK. Hrlrata arsllenif . and Hrld.., of all kin di.
rpwfi'r ''''' l'lnlllon oi
U. S. Patent Offlo
And also for all kind of Mill MsimficturlnK and
fcnriaeerlng work. 8atlifMtionuariwlr Or.
u?ur; LVot',fu"jr 'o"c"p,1 owt
XT
m mm
IWMIII "! tlKMISSBI
INSURANCE,
W.JI. Merrle.
NotMjr 1'ubllc.
HrWtOlsssdefi.
tanTiMlaanil U.
'CosanilfSioner,
No
4
FIRE
HULL
CARGO
LIVESTOCK
ACCIDENT
LIFE
Insurance
JB RVA, IIAatTFOIlD,
NC?sTH AIHEMICA, PA..
Aaeetn
HlBTrOBD. CONN,,
A iir'VIT. If AKTFOR D.
AMCtM.
AiiTMAM'jifAsm,irFoku.
Aeti 7MM37 7a
CliKVKliAU, suiitiTKIiArlav,'
HAME. f!OsLUM RUM.
Aaaeta 5I5,TII41
AMERICAN CENTRA ll MO.,
AMcta
CONN. MUTUAL JLIFEt
TRAVELER'ti, ' HARtWrD,
sss. sm et Bf W
111 ML. CK AWSSPIins,
AMeta I.SeOtfe
RAILWAY PAfMENGERM AS
INDEPENDENT, BOSTON, o
AHacta, $030,8a
Safford, Morris & Candee
71 OHIO LEVEE
Ctljr National Bank,
Ojalro.
Xll.
H. REARDEN, Aft.
'FIRE, MARINE. LIFE
A.O o x s a IV t
INSURANCE
...orncEu.
Wltiler'si Blck, center MtchI
MirtTct nnd Cnmercll
ATCHHCa
tMKO, iltlstJYOMS.
We rrprrsrnt tlio following Uadluji, Wfajlt,;
ami uir-iraiiDK cuai(aici
MERCHANTS las. Co.. ef Chleuret
CAPITA!. ANU HURI'LUS !, M
SECURITY Ilia. Co., or New York ;
CAPITA I. ANU HUIII'f.UH...).OI7,a
COXMKKCIAIi Itu. (.'., ofChletfoi
oai'Itai. a.vii siJitiM.i!a,..fj(ie,aa es
CAi'irAi. anu HUltri.u.sie).ae-j ea
SANUAMO Iiiii. Co., of Nprlafc-ieUt
CAl'lTAI. ANU hUUI'I.Ud.ISSaB7 ?
AURORA In. Co., of Aurora. III. t
C.WMTAI, ANU 8UIIPI.UH. SJfjM.Tlt SM
KTATK Fire In. Co., or Clereland, 0.
CAI'lTAt. ANU HUI(l,l.t'ri....illM,17'e
LAMAR Iiih. Co., or Clilcasro.
CAPITA I ANU bTltl'l.US-.l,00,000
sssrUwrlllnK. and cnnUnti. Mtrchandl,
Btockt, Msnufactorl'. and Maehlnvrr, Hull.
Garjro nnl Frittittit U'ta ln.url oo III moil
rra.onaUeK rnn. Inilio kbuTr-oatutd compaolts.
J . H, REARDEN, Agl.
UROCERI KS-COMMISSION.
W. .lratluti.
T. iilril.
TUA I IO.V de IIIHI),
(Hurrronr loliulldn, llinl.on a Clark,)
Wliolown.le
GROCERS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
07
isxvmi
CAIRO. ILL.
Aisiit or Asaariean Pavsdar Cv, mmi
Mitmirncliirer Ascent fur t'otiess Vssra.
G.
I. HILLI4MSO.V,
GROCER
PRODUOK
4 MISNION MERCHANT
No. 7 Ohio Loree,
CAIRO, ILL
f
(Special atwsiUess cUesi t Cssela
sessli rilllaiK Orders.
FOR 8ALE.
OR SALE.
a.
JasiaBB. i ne two vtory frame dwelling anil, lot
tHbvtie Inn trine tn .Inn. Knf.li.ti.'..iriiatAit lu
Muck N. nn Virtli trfet, Wwa Walnut
atrevt and Jcneraonnvrmir, Cairo, III, The lioiiao
roulalu a good ball,
Tbroo Xsarce Room
on each floor i a kochI drick cellar under It and
a large1 cistern mi the premises. For furUw par.
titular tpply to ' H. lil.OM,
Curuer but entli St. ant' Washington are,
Cairo, Illinois, July lu, leju. Jyllui
1NSVRE !
BLLDTC&T,
mm mwt m
8 criill'GEE
liitlta. m.i4:ll Bttrntlou
tn Iter ir'Stit tk.
Bhi ha a full liar of
"m mm.
'i'iVLhl!lr!!',
that rannel I enu-
I. (li la drtrrmlaad
r lirr lhll.hiiif ni
ara lreISjeeaai4eanil raanmnauie.
.?
you Saef ver'-tha same amount oi
roonejr tl
ant other ator In tnwa. Don t bur
nalil rou tall on her wiclalljr If rou, want mil..
10.
anq frniia
Iran' fin
kIIW"
M non.
Mi
CAIRO, ILL.
! atollell asMI Preaaytly ass
MstielkctaHlr !!.'
sjn
m m
OHIO LETBli, CAIRO. -FULTON
A HONS, - Frtfrletora
AMBewtsBsTsaU
Ueair.' Fulton Hoe ar ore pared to furol.h
ail Kind or nour or in Met qaawj
and alao
MiU yd of all kiad.
arabam Flour, Inaesks
or la lea quanUrr,
Wheat. '
rreajiUMM! wuii
MrllWU
TH VINCENT,
UKALEa in
GBOGEBIES
liUUE,
Plaster Pails Plntntis' Hair
IJmo ta Ik, tammjm mm
CORNER 8th St. &0HI0LEVEE
CAIRO ILL.
11 RMTTII CO.,
GROCERS
OHIO LEVEE,
OJkVXXVlO. ZXaZaZXaTOXRI,
J ii -
Alo, kN(i coRAtaolly om bJ ft inot com.
.1.1. ilulf nl
LIQUORS i WHISKM
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
WXNf 331 as.
,re atenta lor J. item a iv vicu,..ru
VKEELlNTj ALK.
W tell ioluil,ly for Cash, to whlt-li fiwt
lQit Ilia att.ntlon of clow targaln buyer
Dpeelal atUntloa gln to tilling order.
"QBT THE MOVE."
H. M. HULEN
GROCER
AND
Confection Xerchant
Nm RetaoTed t His Old Stand
M Commercial Ivenuc
Whr h folloi ta a coaliaeaa of I'0???,
hliform.rcu.to mars, a wall aa thai of m man t
aew on aanaar wast prime grocriea, proiiony
to., rainulUy chwfar oa. ,.t ,.
Trm t Btrlctly cah, for wnlcli he will li,
lower thaa Ik lowest.
TFWE WERE TO PUMCHA8E
A twlRg HfRcltlne
FLORENCE
- ' e "
Met (was beeaaae It took the hlghNlpriM at : the
Now JCniUail Valr at I'roTldeuce. at the Mew
YorkiBtate Fwlr; aad Maryland Bute Fair, nor tw
cause
thejudgi
cauaow.iaw u., m " - rrr-' -
wort like a.cliarmi we can aew anything we
plMWilhlt the children can't get II out of
order) and it la, put at the-.moft,raonaU.-Ca
t"ala. WOOP Wg9Ut)
lj9Qn M CsjgMaWrcJal Cairo, III,
Tur n
laa
mwam
i.iiitZ, il..i n nf Ita claa known to
M"-not iFm, not aWogetker.1 hut be.
.tl I ..... - - - Hm.H WAIIUU tt
DR. JOHN HULL'S COLUMN.
TR. JOHN BUMN
mm
DR;: JOHN BULL
MWUMiueriid en.l. r i
' 5 IJr.EBRATED
(,l the
0 ftew
Olxlllav sazxcI rover.
1 1
ill oroprltlot of thU.ceirtr'atl tnfdlclti
or.t-niiia ana r rm, wnrmn ;;,;(
b..ii...i.Mi Knimtrv tn Ivar til ill Ictluiony
Ui trulli or me ariion, um
i,.i.r will It fall tn cure. If ths dlr'tlon nrr
trkilr lollowed suxl carried iul. In yrtal
manscaaei a ilwjie uo.e iiwuren .nim iru. .... -oar!
and bol7arnllie liar Um enrol 1J
Slhgfe Mttle. with a pwf" re.loratmu ol the
nrl health. It l. howarer, nrudnit, and in
verjr rase more iertain w eure.
i ... ... i. ...h
tinned In mallcr do.f for a weelt or two '' "
i... h.. ltn ehrfkfd. mart wrwt.llv In I J I
floult and lid .Undln car, ('.uallr. II'
mKllclue will not rcmlr any aid t k.epllie
towala In goodonltr i ahuuld the p.ll'nl. ..
r, rwulre Ttharti medicine, aficr liariiig
taken Ihrw or fuurloaof I h Tool'-, a .InKli-
dote oi Ball Vraetakle
tamlly
ill be ,uinci'nl.
UB. JOHN IIULIH Principal other
HO. 4 FIFTH (Cre htrs l,)
Xiouissmu,' JAy.
iiTAnii nrnmiwiiinn
wummu
T Mr.VBltcdlMUiUii hhU World
HIVK rar.tra.1 tnanr tr.unleaials Item
InrofreeloBAl and tnedlcsl men, a. mj aln.anac.
aalTariaiuMieUiona'k,ohotrn, all or h
arc gfaulnevTba fellowtagi (rum a hljch J edit
eaied and popular phralclafi In (l.orK.a, fcr
lalnly onaullh tnon aen.lbl cominun.rat W
1 hare Tr reeelfnl. Ir. Clement kncw.ix.
ctlrwtiatfcpki ofaod hl tMllmonr de.
aartra to L written In letter, tit sold IUr
hatth Iutir saj of Ilssji'a, Hru
, i , Wf.l wm. w.w", I
i... tin i n.r Hirt i Lata rrvrnill
fia jour "Worm I)eatrocr" sateral trial.,
ani And It wonderfully effieefloua. It tit. not
falUd tea alnxl iataS, hara Ik ai.l.M-lor
(.' I am doing a pretty large eoilnlj t ractu 1. .
and kase daltr um (k eom erticlf if tl.r k lr '
I am fra la iodJm. Jit I know of no retnxo
writing na t. tn flbj OUl UOO
mtStmdilMllrctlrlrrareu. n inn K",
it upoa aasr term. 1 shall n.e agi'at dral nl lt.(
taaliawarn um iitm .'-ww. .m .m
to the taaohlnts and practice: of a great majority
f aii rw Tma Jlaeajdin a rcuitdr wlilcnw '
kaaa Li La auaViast.1 ilmlTy traus e may bJ
IgajecaiiloriUeocnMaatloa. Fei my put, 1 .hall
law. navnaaauawiii wu1' '
so eoasataad not heltatiBf l-au mm onsy
mora aagcnioua iuau iif rn n..-,r.ir .
that kaowledg. Ilnwairr, I am l) n in. n. ai
draoate or uppiter of the Uiaaao.J vt Jitln' X
oetruui, Ifeasdood 111 eounly, thai I' '!."
all manner ul dia- a -S. , . Ur iV
riea.e rrpiy .. ana n.ivrin utr i j-ir i-(e
term.. I am, .ir. fry t"oUii)t). f
JULIUbV.a.RMK. M I t
J
SARSAPARILL
Rcted the 'MUlalH, IaIIct
1 - ' J
tk jLclterfroaH kla ntoiher
Ilenlon llarrw-ka, Ho., Aprils", Imc. i
.VU. JOUN IlULIDrar.tliri - Uaxwing tt.r :t i
cUawr or snur Mrpariiia. aue.ta i.caiiuk- ai.i
teasafcial auatMlea tt neee.''S. eiid you
(aaViwiM aaalamanl of tnvaaaei '
f wa, wonnded alttit twojrat. ajro w lake
pri, oner and rnnftoed foralitern month., Heir
mo,cU aootlcn, my wound, hare not healed yu
I hare not .at up a moment since 1 wa. wounded
I am hol llitougti (be dipt. My general heal
nrani
1,1 hi
a thif
la impaired, anl I m-m avmewuux lu a.
lure. I nave mor. laun iu iuur naiMiiami
la anything else. 1
wUh that that i. grnuln,
in a half tloirr l.itiir..
"r!
I irwf rai'irF.
oblige
CAIT. O. T. JUII.MsU.v.
hl.IxiUI.. Ho.'
I1. R The following waa' written April so, l"I
hi Mr. Jennie JalmtuB, motiitr of Capl, Juhr
on;
Dll, JOHN ilDI.lr-IWr Hir: My hu.Uud, 1
O H. Jiihnlon, wa4 a .Willful eurrfoon and ph)ii
Ian IE LYnlraf .Nrw Tork. where lio tllrl, lrarla
tl... alt. P. John.on in hit care. Attlurtea
year uf aue, he had a chronic diarrhea ail
M-rofula, fur which I gate him yourenr.aparilf
IT CUnail I1IMI 'jiiaTeiorienyrar.re.oii
mended tt lu many in New Tork, Ohlu and low
for croful. fer eorea, an general dclnlil
I'erfi-ct succet. liaa attended it. Tkt i.'ii r
a ml nw . KTtfuU aad fcicr wr irrrt iiVis.
mirtnlnt, 1 am Tery ansiou for my on to aga
liara recoun to rour baraapariUa. lie I, frarf
of gHlinga.purlou. article, hence hi, wtitmr
you for It. Hit wouuda were ternhlr, hut I b
Iter he will recoyer IUeifully.
AUTHENTIC DOCUMENT
Arkansas Heard From.
TtMtlnoHy f Medical Me'
tony Point While Co., Ark. May 8, 'Co.
Dr.Jorui IilJI.1 l)frHlr: I.aat Februnrr I
al Loul.Yllle purchaaing drug., and I gol son
of your Haraananlla andX'edron ililters,
Mr iou-ln-law, who wan with ma in the aloi
, . ' .1 C MV.I.k. -I ,1 t. -
wn, uvwii w,.,. n '.,ir,iiuM,.iu 11,, pui
lime, commenced on the lilltera.'aad oou fum
hi. .Muni hMollti Imnm,..
Dr. Uiit, who ha been in bad health, t ri
ii),jHHe aiau iaaprpTra.1 r.M
7"mlTm.. .. . i . . 1 . " . ' . 4. i.t. ,
Tra-.1MU1 tmd u,tr aBfcied he mnrov
WMV, "W, '" MOTU IM MM, ..,, lu, . I-
iSL'JPr
Try mucn iiy trie uie nf your inner, jnue
the Cedron Illtler baa giren you great tiopular
lathi Mttl.mcnt, I tatak I jceuld aell a (
nuantily of your medicine thla fall epeciall
Cedron Hitters and Sarnaparilla. blnp in..
Mmplilcar0( rUckeil Neely.
' U Beapectfully,
0. II. WA1.KKK
Prepwed by D. JOdN BULL
kla Laboratory, Fifth Htrctit, Lou
vllle, Ky -J
r
ffa.n. e.. n
E
SfltillS Tonic
i t1'ii.FOK TIIK
XlnSB claims ror iiup.nr -
edlrrtiironfjedtotljf .uMlofor tl.e, n-
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