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OJXIiiLETIJST, SEPTEMBER B.
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.(( tlioro tn noINvrii.lon. ntinut minor !
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(linn III illM'ti"'"" j campaign no hbly planned, ki vigorously j-sojqot inomuaraor donlV central corn
s' no numlfc-lnl''"' "M prosecuted, no 'full of potrllic energy, so , miuo'e," to servo durllig .tub coming two
mailers ; mi
..r ,l..,l nl ollf
t.,.rf.nv nr tinirlpllw fi'rWiirJ i
. .4 1 ra lift I I
S;iri'
sniinl nuiblllnn or rrsriiH'ii.
ron w.n& xim" iTnicT.
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CO I.
Miivii.niK'i "sit"
arVATlH1. l"T MSTIIIOT,
I. (JIIWO.V. , l oiitity .
THOMAS A. HOl.t'lSJIU, of I'll, on Co,
ion Rfcri"1"-1 1-1 vr 1JT lilHTMCT,
it, M'ATMI.N AVRI1II.
ron Mir.uirr,
,u.i:v.vmi:r n, inv"i.
TOR LOllOKU,
JOHN II. HWMAX.
A Fact.
IKrom llib'ChlcKO Triljiiiic, lUillcnl.
"Vvngrct 'till tiKiirifairift taxc.t, direct
awl indirect, to the amount of not feii than
$800,X)0,000 OK T1IIM E2OKMOU tax,
I.EKK T1IAK O.NK-IIAt.K Is IIKCKIVKD II Y
tiiu oovkiixmk.vt. -The. rtmaimltr is
ilintrihuted toprivatc inJir'uluals anil clii-mcs
icao control irqitmuvn;'
r.
Take Notice!
(Kiomllie Clikngo Tril'im, (Rdlf l Tlniii.lcrcr)
"It is known nnd rend of nil men, Hint
tht orcrthadoeing nurMion in American
jmlitict at tht p'rcicnttimc is A, TAitirr rou
ItKvr.vuK, on a TAitm" ron 1'iiotkc-
tion. It is optional or political
parties to he fur one or the
other. Thky cannot he von llOTIt. NOll
CAN THKV 1)01)0 K T1IK QUESTION
AVITnOUT INCURKINO THK CON
TEMPT OF THK FltlKNDS AND A I).
VOCATES OF EACH OF TIIK9F. OP
I'OSINO lMUNCirLKSJ
ltrnolutlon In Did Tarlir (Juration xlftptrd I it
the DfmncrMIc Cotivcnthn of I hp Tlnrirenth
Coni:iTilonil ltiotrlct Col, John M.Creln, noml.
llesoltcJ, Thai WK AUK IN FAVfJK
OF A TAlllFF FOH HKVKNUK ON
IY ; and ire demand that the lurdens
of taxation shall he fairly and equally
uifjusted, and that such an adjustment xan
not bt made toitlwut striking front tlttstatr
ute book the iirenent odious tariff" laws, a
rystem of taxation, based ujwn artritmn
and which has destroyed Ameri'
can shipping and conorieree, oitiikiks
tiik l'Koi-Li: or Titr. okkat aoiucil-
TUKAI. ItCOIONH, COlll'KLI TIIK MAKY' TO
I'AY TIlinUTE TO THE FEW, AUU HAH
lltULT tT MONOfOLIKS THAT COXTBOI. NOT
ONLY EVKIIY IIHANCII OF AMKHICAN I.HIU
TKY, JIUTA1.SO TIIK LEGISLATION OK CON-,
(titr.sii ; and ue demand that the prime or-,
tides of ntc(sity, sneh as tea, coffee, suinr
and stilt shall bt placed upon the free list,
involution nn thrTArHTQuritlnti, adopted iy tlii
lUJUfil t'onvcutlo'n of thcTlilrti-vnth CoiiKri'K.
rloual Ihilrici Hon. II. W, Munn, nomliircj
AVI1I the Tribune pli-nie tell u which
lido of the tariff foncu tlio ItiidlinH of the
Thirteenth District nru on th Huvenm
or rrotection iide'f Anil will It pleiwo tell
u whether, In In opinion, the Itudli-nh of
tl, . .li-trkt huve dodgod the tnrill' ipie"
tion, ii'id nru co:iieiiuntly riitli led to tlio
contempt of !'tli tlio friend mid oppon
ent of JVon-etloli '
Tin:
DKMOIUIATIV VXH'STV
nch'nr.
We lihil at our iuat-hcnd to-duy tlio
Democrntlc county ticket, put in tlio Held
by the convention yeterJuy.
Th noniiutc for thu I.vg'lilntiire, Hon.
II. W. Webb, I known to every tniin in
Alcxunder county. Horn nnd ridicd within
light of C'niro, having no Interest" that nro
not identilluJ with llioiunf tlio people, and
having no higher aim than to itluiulntu
the growth nnd prosperity of thu country,
heli undoubtedly tlio man to represent in
in the liogi.luttlrd, Unving ' narviil)
u ttrrn in tint lody he po.ii.
It ll" udvalitagv to be found
In a fml knoivlodgp of purlinuicntary
tctlc und unigr, und, lining n ready lie.
later, nd of goo 1 prrtoml, ho can ervo
the pi-opla of Ab-xundir pilto in accept
ably a any man Hint could huvo licon
name I.
Our candWte fur .horitf, AUxnuder II.
Irvln, Kj, it quite n well known, in
Alexander county, ut Uour cuudllutu for
tho I.egi)aturo. An energetic, imlti.trl
out man, of undoubed integrity ami
superior qualification It would b altnmt
an Insult to tho inlclligenco of our pecpl
to say that he will not bo elected, 11
will command a united Dcmoeratln up
port, and Kores of votes from substantial
It'-'publlcan who place a higher estimate
upon the crTcIcncy of tho candidate
than they do upon party fealty, in local
tonleit'-
Tiic nominee for coroner, Henry (loss
inati, i a young man who enjoy thu con
fidence of nil who know him, and will'
inake u faithful und competent ofllet-r.
No belter man e.mld lmvoboen cho.en for
that office
.Such l the Dtmocrutie ticket. (oninnr
It, reader, with the ticket made up by tho
Kudlcal convention, and then ,ay If it ii
not, in every .-oneeivuble particular, thu
superior ticket.
Tin: iiF.ois.s'isa of tiik i:.d,
It ft hiif.t tn inv lliul thn VtttnT .v.!. ,).-
nasty hn eeuio-1 1? v't. The brief Inter. I
v.i nf iliWi .. i.c l.n. .,.iil,.,l i.w. i i.
itluto anuiiilghtlymaMof blood-stained,
prostrate ruins, On the 2nd of August
the Kmpcror won hit first and only victory
at Xiarbrnck, On the 2nd of September
ht Ji ht iword nl King Willium'a K-ot
nnd tlio !no nn".v I"r'm' Mc.Wiihon j
nro mail prisoners of war. I'pnii a col-
luDJo iiy im nblo colctnpornry
o iini,xt,cti,l nml ttiatroti?,-tLs world
),oks with tlio prfoundcUo,iisntjons of i
conimingluil
iislonthmNit, 'admiration,
sympnthy, nnxlqtyinnd expectation
duty, and cxncctritlon. A I
marked by mi uninterrupted suecoMion of
I . I ! i . . 1 .f . t - a
j nnd overwhelming, it ilinrt, sharp, di!
ciqvo; .) uonpicil')iily tllddud
wly tudded with tlio i mucin optumber loth, nt Springfield-,-t.ry
Mjtiet MH MolU' Umiided nnd carried. .'J"l
i-villijctfs of ilifi v.ry
uelliil, hu never vrl
found
kTiVihI llf I1IIV
nntion,
iinolanl
motli'irl' ' i
ALEXANDER CoVtifVDEMO
CRATIC CONEfibN.
A. II. Ii-Ytti .VniiitiialrilYiir hlicrlir, lion.
II. V. VI1 rrlir LcubUturr nnil
Cil llciir- Gftiilmiut' hr'foroiitr
Uclrgatfi to tllp StiCc,L-sVriiUou-
tfaiml J' ('nil rl (.'iiiuitlrval r . f J
.4 - mfcgmu4
x i" r r
"J&m nnpl to it call of th.irtiaiifty Demo
cratic Central Cutnfiilttear.lbot1olegRtu
recently appolntod lo tliu.Co"unty Con voli
tion assembled in tno cont''houo, nt 2
o'clock, yontordny afternoon;
Col. Claiborne Wliuton, Clialrmnn Coun
ty Contral.Commltlc?, cijljed the meeting
to order, itatlng tlioy had fifct for thq pur
po.n of nominating acandldatofOf Sharlff,
n repro.ontatlvo for tho Asjcmbly, u Cor
oner, tho appolntmont of four delegate lo
tho Doniocrntlc SUte Convention, nndn
County Central Commlttco; i-oncludjng
Ills remarks by suggesting tlio-voiionib'le
.ludgo Hacker for Clialrmnn of tho Con
ventloa. , , " r
Tho ug gotlon win waiiuly seconded
and his nomination was miido iinnniroout.
Mcisrs. Jn. C. Sullivan nnd T.
Nallryujion motion of Col, 'Wiinton, Wert
appointed secrctarie.. . k 1
Mr. Hnrman then moved thfll A com nit
toe on crcdcntinlt bu npjiotnU-d to con tilt
of one member fr6m flaVir preqlneti
Adopted. ! r,f9,,
The chair njipointcil,: - - ,
From. Haeluwood preclnetithlgo r&tei
Critu; (iooo Island, M. IJtiuiiUr; Clear
Creek, (proxy) nnd Tliebiiyijodgo Miir
chlldon; iTnily, Thos. J.ZCniu; Dog
Tooth, J. H;AMulcnhyi SaBliFif, Thou.
Martin : North Cairo. J6M'3Iudduus
fiouthtafro, John Howlov.
The committed fj(or,jji brief Intervul,
nibmlttod tho names of tlio following gen
tlomen, f duly.acerodited'dolegatni' I
DOUTII CAIRO.
Anthony Klsbach, .1. 11, TnylorJ"'John;
(Jutiw, C. .Schoonmeyur. JoJioJTowley'i'
Mockler, B. f'jfHunyii, h. fikewiiri,. J. S
Kcardcn, Tho. Nnlly, Carl I.. Thomas, F.
Ilross, Leo Klcb, ,locIi Mendel, 1'. W.
Uarclny, Tlioma Wilson and Joseph Mc
Kcnr.lo. NORTH i aiko.
.1. (. Morgnn, proxy for Jtlchurd Fltr.
gerald, ltobort Jlribueh, V, llurke, Jumci
flrunkle, John II. Oberly, .Ins. ('..Sulli
van, John Madden, C. VInntou, t J.. Hi(
iiarmun, ias. inrrou, in. .Miirlln, .lolinj
II. ltoblnson, Win. JCIugeN..';nihllonbcri:.
Wjii, Lonorgaii. x - ."f ("
, V V. . TOOTH.
.1. S. Itynl, J. II. Muleahey. ,
HA.I.UWOOII,
J. A. McCrlto, Mnrkl'rovo.
INITV.
Tho. J. Craig, Win. II. Muring.
A1J iT. Junter,kO;(!r'iiliie, Tho.' fir
r .
nw-
reiicc,
: f rill
V. ,
1
riitKi;.
Tin 1. .McCluro. S. Murehlldon, proxy.
HIKIIK--.
S. Murehlldon,. I. W. Itenfro. S. Mar-
nil i Ills 11 t it-ikir
I i'NT J'
SANTA Ki:,
TI101. Martin, ,(!reen Muisoy. Mr. Mar
tin proxy for Mr. Maioy,
Hon, .I..S, Hacker, delegate at large.
Iteport of Commlttvo adopted.
A rail of the roll followed showing
tlirf'o' delegate "iiliFent.
Mr. Oberly moved that enuh precinct. lo
tdlowed to cat thu full vote of it delegn.
Hon. .Seconded and carried.
Col. Win, ton moved the convention, gd
iiitaiiomlnatiun for candidates for 'In-rlM.
.Seconded ami carried.
Mr. P. l!urkftnoiiilmitol .Mr. ,. II.
Irvln as tho choice of the' Democracy nf
Alexander county for tho portion f
shuritf.
Sivonded by Colonel Wliuton.
There being no other iiamo pri-M-iited,
tho hoininution w. inado uniuiiuiout,
crrrr member preent rilngvfo lii feci,
Mr. .Morgan moved that tin-convention
elect n '.'undiditte I'or coroner. Secomleil I
mi "greeil to,
Mr. llarinan liouiluated the pi.-cnt
in-
cuini'ont. .ludue Corcoran.
Mr. JoK-ph Mendel umiilniitod .N'lehola.
I'elth. -
Jir i.neni.M. i,.i,tltiut.., Ili-niv
man. . t
(iOM-
lol. instoii nominated Mr,
Thomas. Mr. T. declined
Carl I..
Thu Chair apKdntt.a Mo.r.Tmlor and I
Oiinter t)ler. i
' The first ballot resulted:
C! in-oraii lk
Keilh ..m
lioanmaii jj
Mr. Mendel withdrew the mime of SWi.
Olas Fellh.
HkCONII IIAl.hOT. "
(.'orcornn . .
Uofeiuaii ,...., t
Tim Chair announced ihutajloctlou as 1
nomlnuoof Mr. Henry (Jossman'for tlio
po.ition of Coroner.
, ""'i'0" ,uotlon of Jfr" ""' ",0
"latlon was madu uilalllmotu.
, V'6"0" ot a r.-prwontajlve t wa
,(
' ,1. 1 l ( ,
O'd, Winston nomlnatwl Hon. If! Wnt'
VII.. nub,
Mr. .1 it. Carroll iii'milo'ji,.,! m, i ii
Oberlv.
The latter gcntlcmnn declined, with
thnnks.
Tlioro being no further nomination, Mr.
fSWohb was deolnrQd-Wid un'tfaimous eholco
of tlio umvontloit for rc'prertutntlve.
Mr. Oborlytndvcdlits.t,T comtnltteo of
otic from'ciKSH nrpolnt-!lin ntinolntfd to
years, nnu empowering tlio amu com
inittKf, jiisj'io JOoVt .ujfa.Ujtth'u
Stalo, Democratic Convention, which
.WS!UUl'U'ihi.irppointoiii'V-
From N'orih'C'nlrii preclncCVFitgcr'
nld; South Cairo prndnct, JoiiftKcnzio;
(iooju Hand .precinct, M. I). (iuntte',V0S
aJooth iirecitiul. J.'H. Mulcnlicr : Ha'elc-
' wood preclntiJ. ArMcCrlte jttJilty tpje
I oirVt, Tho. .iTt-'rnlg Olo-.ir CrcaTi prccliu t,
o ai l.rt,t..tr. ....... iZTl si tar.
clilldon Snnl? Fo pjpcliit-t, Tn'd. Martin
XJio Commlttco reported i
"lIKLKIIATES ro !TATK CONVKHTlONg
John Q. Ilnrmnu, 0. WlntonijJo!uj,ll
i "if i
Oberly and .loyph;Mnedel. aml J,
COUNTY JKNTRAI. COMMITTKE '
Bouth Calrp, J. til. Taylor, AntliMiy
EMibneh; North Cairo, C. WlnetonJlt.
Fitzgerald ; Pog Tooth, .1. ltfSMuleajiyi
(Ioojo Is1and,3I. D.'fiuntcr,' TliihcK.'Ji 0,
Ifwlngi .Santa Fe, Thomns Martini
Clear Creek, T. J. McCluro; UStty, T.J..
Morgan fnazlewood,' J. E. McCrJte.
Tlio roport was ndo'ptcd.
Judgo, , Ilross ' then moved nn adjourn
mentcarried.. J. K HACKKIl, Prosldcnt,
jAKCVA,uct!r,;, ,
Cj'Tho lUdicU,xprcis some dlllur
enbe'bf op'inlonn regard to the safcst'tai--llca
for the approaching campiilgni Fo7
neyVfor instance, thinks the way. to sue
cos 'lies 'through rehearsing tho party's
good deeds, but tho cw York 7 ;Vim ad
mits Jhnt this will hardly servo the pur
piW, and Ulys it muitplnnt Itsiifiquansly
urVrtfFii now ptntforin,. defining lU-posltfon
on nil tho iicwstieaitich ns tlnaute, tWy
ntliWlrccotistructlon, the civil service, Chi
nese immigration, ctcr That ll.'Jttst what
isvantedjjiut wo fenj tho ndvlco wllljio
echocTl aiirlTc-ochoed'a long tint bofore It
I followed. Tht truth ii, that Uij Jtudl
i pariy cniinoi uniioon any oi.iuesc.if-
uiit-iN Loe.il and personal interests are too
conflicting to allow It. Any stcpjmndojn
that"tllrcetlon 'will oiflv servottf- linst'erf
tliCLPC-rlc of dWInlegrntlon, already fasteeil
luiion its vittiN.'' ' tj 5
rjy In tho tljcitl yoi of 1 BONOS' whllo
tho "whlsli); ring" held the lend ins lladl
enl legislators ottho country InTu thrall,
the tax 'collected onTrhlsky'nt'twff'aollrtr.s-
;a gallon .uiuoumcu .10 0111 i.ii.
Directly thureafter tho tax was reduced to
(fifty ceiitnnd tho rcvynuo froni whjiky
in tuoHoar.o to ;jii;73o,3a!j 'intnoptnii
year of 1800-70 tlio rtcelpU hnvo been
i-'ttV-ir'.m. This gMu of $uri,oou,mMi iii
revenuu earned by-tho change in tho tax,
is what tlio Kndlonlj nro now vaunting as
tho result of thcsuperlor purify and vigor
of (jrant'stax-gntlior ! OrantM udmlnli
f ration is no more entitled to crrdon'tiilt
fcoro than. is thoEraporor Napolc'ori'.
to? Thu great debato on Polygamy bo
tween I)r, Nowman nnd Orson Priitt lm
couiu tonn ond. As might hnvo been ex
pected nobody ,N convinced. on cither ide,
and both sides nrd well i.i'tUffcd with thu
i"""' o's'v. "
,.e ....... i..t.. ii... .1... f.....
that tuclt plain di.eu.-ion 011 tho peculiar
institution of I tub was allowed in thu
very rtrotighold of the institution is
equivalent to ten tlioiif nnd converts. Thu
llnal though gradual overthrow of p-il-gamy,
begun by the Introduction of rail
roads nnd telegraph, Is nloru fully insured
than over by tho right to tllicntM and de
nouiicu It In tho temple erected for it vin
dication, nml in tho prconccpf a people
religiously devoted to it ubswrvaucn.
Xtfcay Vermont lends oil' In thn fall el ec
tiona, on Iho Oth of b'epteniber; with tlie
iiiual statu and congresrlnnal ticket. The
canvim will not bo very spirited, and thu
Republican ticket will bo elected by about
thu usual lurrA' radical i.iufo'rll v. t.o.i
-ear tho tain gave u little over -'0,000
Hepuhllean majority, mid' in 15ii8it gave
(Jrant it majority of .TJ.oiio. There U no
"Tnitcd .Statue euiitorial canvass involved
this year, no viienney occurring until 1 H7it,
when .S'lmtor .loliu h. -Morrill e term
i'plr-, .
Biy Tho very proper imjuiry is raised
with refereiico to the next congrcx,
whether, if tho KadleuN me ueoeisftll,
they will not icetoro nil llietnes taken oil'
mid add on a Irllle to the Iron, steel niiil
woolen dlltieii of lH'll. Tho only way to
ciiuiilir.o taxation, to nnuro lower duties
and n moro eeouomlcnl government, U to
eliH't a Democratic lnni-o of n-prccntu-tives.
tnJ-Au attempt l buing-.nitide to put
tho circumlocution nnd red tape nyUem in
tlin War and Treasury Departments ut
Wa.htngtou. Tho result is like thosweep.
Ing away of cobwebs in a dusty library
moro old fosslU ami useless rubbih makes
its appenraueo than it would have been
considered pbisiblu for tlio place to hold.
, t-c6''l'liu nomlimttou of Jowt Wilcox
lor the I.egUbuuro, i,simplyt n' piece of
ltadicul trntcgy. Now that the Demo-
crats have put out their candidate, Wilcox
will bo wlthdrnwn and Pniio nut In his
IM."..-, ,icro lm) nimintgc;oi suon quio
Wlnt; "coiner in'' l not strikingly maiii.
.fet; but wo suppoie that old foxes Hko
I.Inegaref nf scu it.
ayTho Loulsvlllu Courier-Journal
thinks that the reduetio.f'ln thi hdinber of
A in or lea n war w.l ,wub rciult ofn
rain effort on thu
i part of tho e-ovornmoni 1
wlwltlil..' thn i;i ,iM . ' )
i? . . ""ImlMltrn- f
to bring ttm nav
I live capacity Of'thc present secretary
THE BATTLE, OF SEDAN.
THK WXtEHLOO OF NAPOLEON III.
The Fiercest Conllctjof Modern Times.
t-ULI. AND IXTF.KRHTINU DBTAII.N.
Spcchil telegraphic corrcapondeneo of
thNoWiYork Tribune, glvollio follow
ing interesting particular of th grent
bnLtlo.tUt-i-i-Ud.jn Uib, f urrndnr if
'Moliaftln'flrmf nd EtirporoVp'olcon:
tT MILES FROM SEDAN, SbVt.' M,
ho number of Prussian (MM cn
Mlcstimatcd bv Ccn. JtaJtlie at
and that of tho French
iv that McMahon had
diiv l-'O (HM) men. that is fbtir
li'dtTlWrTA Mini lulntv- riiinlllimclcd'-lSSrjJi'ii
tt?Wrtfv, under din Hrunc; thniiFdl
l.'DefiM: brothervoftlen. Abonh.uay,
kVi-liifcira and fOfihttV
corps lirincipnlly cobiQOieil of gfcryno-'
tlfjiic ol wDotencommHnner' lias,
nib. I ?
U1011. altlioile:h,Vfouiided. wns the
ider-in chief on. tlu Frcuuh sldi"
t is iilmoH needhaVloiiy that tha oal
C(ritstouj;-li.elilef wt& the 1'rllMian
Von4Wn1ff;, with tDu ctown priaceftmd
PrlfkoSllbert of .Snkorly immedluly in
coniraaiul. Tkoru were ufew stray minion
thorjnd, merely lighting shots, Jiawcvyr
ns sfloTTas the rangoj 'sfii obtaliiJJ'Jlut
thn.faai!)tJttlo did m(t onimcnco tintll G
o'clock In-li e morrtmjf Tliere'iwis a
s!iari!'iilry tight nt'.i, when tho,, baltcr
rlcs nad'CTih got within easy rubirc and
tliu.thulls began to doaerlous miselilar.'
AtJlilEO tlio musketry flro In tho.Yiulcy
In thtt rear of cdnn(fw)jich Imd.oponcd
b6ul'll';2") o'cl6ck, became c.xcacdwg!y
l!valy,.bjng on7j continuous ,rattlt,''ofily
broketi by t lie growling of the inHraislru
ses' wKleli fJayeo-with deadly effeot,'cJhe
AdranciBV Saxon and Havarinti oohmann.
Qen..olicridan, bv whose 'iddoJJJtwai
standlpgMld mo tliiAJiuMid not rontcm
ber ovar telavu wlttu:sscd such well ili
tnincd smalViirms lire, n'lt tnrula . Itself
beard. above the roar'of 'the batteries nt
Atla o'cWck prcclicly a Prussian 'but-
abovojlio
tho, Alauso
vo batteries
thofooL'of tlin linrii lillU
nlready mentioned near tTu village of Fler
ing. ssuiaf 7 r lrl
.U.inliiiitcs pasl. 12Vo'cIock ,tka n-
fuiifry.ua lonuer suniiortcd bv theirar
tilloryrlil,comPc"l'it''r':l','u tl'lcr
ing.'hndTiTOl aftvrwnfdt M10 Junctlofj.lie
twcenl tWOliixons am Russians Jkobthd
Sedan was announcol ,(y IM by Oei,; 'on
ltuon? w was eagerly peering tliraWli a
lnrgCteWfcope, ns being safoly comjlasail.
4oaifaMiuoiuent tho result of the battle
coulcttTntonger ho doubtful. The Iffich
wera'emrrletelv surrounded and htvtwlit
tob?y?- 01
At-rMKwe ware nil astonished ,te mo
cluutU'ef ratrcatlng French infantrj'en
thu hMtAtiweeu Flcrlng and .Sedan; u
PrUMlau-lmUwry makinggooil practice with
porcustlons amongst tho retreating ranks.
Thu wliolonni''nqilErtSr.'.of an hour
was HtorBlly covered' with Trinchmen run
ning rapidly. Less than half nn hour
after, at 12:40, Gvn. Von lloon called our
attention to another French column In full
retreat to tlio right of Sdn, on tlio road
Wilding from DazciHc to J.rt (iuvenuo
wood. .They never hnlted till they got to
a small red-roofed houo on the outskirts
of Sudan Jbclf. ' '
AlnloJ'at tho jiahiu uuunout CJen. .Sher
idan, who wn using my opcnrglun, uked
ine to look at a third 1 reneli column mov
ing up tho broad grass road through La
(iayniinoTwpod imjiuiJintely.abovo fedan,
doubttCs to support tho troops defending
thu Important llar.clllus ravine to the north
eatot thu town.
At oner o'clock the I'renc-li bntteriea on
the edgo of tho woodt lowurds Torcy and
abovo it, opened a vigorous llro on tile ml.
v.'iiu-Iiit' I'miilHii column ot' tin. unnu 1
1 . "... ... . 1.
1 viioo eviuciit iiuunuiMi 11 was tuMorm tno ,
hlllA iidrtheni-l of IJtaveune, mid 10 gain
the key td tho wnftbn..iiu'"llint lde,
At hloo clock et iuiother Frwnch bat
tery near tho wood openeil im thu lytoslnti
column which was compelled to keep ahlft
Ing round till rn inly IVr.thij llnl rush ut
the liill. "and In opler to nyoij,ofr;r1tir so
good a inaik lo the Fretifli shells.
Shortly itftvr.wrd YoMWthsjittrst, Prus
slaif sklrniWiora oiiUio crest of I, (Jtvciiuo
hills abbva Tordey. They did not seem
to bo, In strength i and lien", tilisrjdan who
wa KlHiidlfigXelilnd inoexelaiiucd: "Ah,
tliu Wggar wore too' weak ! they can never
boldtliat poeltloh; agaipst all thmo French,
(ieueral, TJiu prophesy toon proved cor
rct! lor th French advancing nt least six
to one, tho Pruwlani were forced tu retreat
ilowVi the hill to seek reinforcement from
tho column whleh wero hurrying to their
support.
lu live minutes ther Clime back iua!n.
.this lime in greater forcu, but still terribly
inierior to mom nugo Kronen masse,
'(iood Heaven The French .Ciilraisnun
,aru going to charge thorn," cried Gen.
.Sheridan and turn enough a regiment of
Culrasjetirs, their htdmots nnd breast
plates tluthlng in tho .September sun,
ormcd In sections of squadrons.
'I' I iy dished down on the scattered
Prusiiun klrmishcrs without beginning
to form In line. (.Squares are never uscd.j
Uut tho Prusian infantry received thu
culrastetirs with n crushing quick tiro at
about a hundred yard distance, loading
nnd tiring with great rapidity and onfall
Ing precision info the denfo French Miiiud.
roiiN. I lie eilect was startling. Over went
hores und men in ntimtcrs, in masses, In
hundreds, nnd thu regiment of proud
Fronch culrasscurs went hurriedly back
in disorder,- went hnqk faster than it came,
wont back scarcely a riglnint in strength
nnd not at nil n rugimont in form. Its
comely array wasuddpuly changed Into
helplejs nnd shapulcM crowds of tiring
mun.
The moment '.ho ctirimseurs turned
hack, tlio bravo Prysnians actually dashed
forward in hot pursuit at tho double quick,
Infantry plainly .inwhlng flying cavalry.
Mich u thing has not been recorded In the
annals of war. ,
I know not when 'an bxamplo to compare
precisely TftthttilrbBS:occurrcd. There
was no uioro Mrjking.ouJsodu in tlio battle.
hen tho Vrnch ' Infantry taw their
calvary thus falling beforo foot soldiers
they in thsiMurn.caiUQ, forward and st. I
waitod quietly, patiently, enduring tho
( rapid and tolllnr nro from tho chatier,.,!.
Mtitcu mo Aiu9in..a. iiu iruSilArii
I until their enennestutd;dnwn"Wnearas'to ,
, bo wijhig.lpO yards froiattSm.. Than
they returned with needle
chimupoU, and tlio French Infantry could
n? m(ajutulurtsis Pruuiim tire than the
tho rapid flro
frum tie
,SV" -V 10 wnpsa rescue, moy im como.
1,10 '""'"try fled in its turn and followed
t ,ucayJilryia.tUo.dsio,. from wh ich thov
L'MM
HmWUIIIII
ttnftWt
cur in1 ' V
I'litLo
, eseW'
cothfrTlii
tcry ot sjxjsiiiih on tna:tiopo
broken .rwfTwny hrldjte'over
nenr iialMlcttu had Hilenoed tv
at French f ilm ut
had comg-yytiJjj,(ibfypd .vjllag
fouic live nunured yards on the way
.Sedan, whero tho Prussians with their
tensing flro could no longer rench them.
After 11 tremendous battle, tho J'russian.i
completely surrounded Sedan, and tho
DavnriMis having ontarcd thufortlfieatluns
of .Sedan, tho emperor capitulated at C:lft
P. M.
His letter to tho King of 1'rusgln said :
"As I cannot illo at tliu licnd of my army
1 lav 111 v sword lit the feet of voiir ma
Jesty."
US, St.
s.n 1 II Ac )4.,
GROCERS
SOillO liEVEEr
caxho,
xJLiXjXnroxra.
AlfO, keoj" i'oiilantlr
rn tiiitnl a uio-t com
' ( 1 plot utoi'lc ol
LIQUORS' WHISKIES
Scotch and'lrjsh Whiskies
hit, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
"WITNESS.
We r gent lor J. Held I Co ' Celelimlfd
Wlir.KLINO ALK.
VilIiclitli'1y for Oui"li, lo uhlcli f.-t c
Inrile the atteatlon of closo txirnln liii)i-r
Spcclnl attention gUrn to fllllnK onl'r.
THE JIOVK."
H. M. HULEN
GROCER
A N 1)
Confection Merchant
Has Removed 1o Ills Old Stand '
U Commercial- Avenue .
Whrre lie nollel l n tootiniitiicr of i,utror,ti;e o !
hlsformtrcUilo nirr, in will Nr lliel of man I
new ones m rnr waul prime grcfrrirf, prod.lon.y
!., renmtkM cheep for rj.ti.
Turrnn NfHly t-mdi, fer which h will .-ll,
nwei Itmn IhrloMrit el( i
P VIJfCKJS'T,
I'RAI.KK IN
GROCERIES
Plaster Paris Plasterers1 Hair
03BasX2na7X cftfo.
T.lini! In Rnlk, hIwhjh on hunt!
CORNER SthSlT&OHIOLEVEE
CAIRO. ILL.
LP& SALOONS,
JOHN IIYI.AXiVS NAI.OO.V
In iiiillril wllh all kind of
SUPERIOR LIQUOPS
Boor, Alo, dio.,
o.v o.n.Mi:iic;i.ii. avk.m k
HcUrrll F.ihlll ntld Nllllh.-trri l.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
nnu m t iiu, iiuii inni vino wnui h
FHICJBAT 1G Alt
Can have thalrwanla eiipplird at hi bar.
joiix mti:n
P(o,rirtor of the
Illlllurd Saloon and llur Itvoni
EI Dorado
100 C'oiiiiiicrclitl Ave,
Cairo, - - - - Illinois
H
EXRY I,A H KU
Ifas proiloiya
Popular Public Resorl
Hoere mo Manor will fil l Utns airy rooim
ii porn wiiii (
IU(i ITKI.I.i: .(Ml PIfil O.MIOI.i: T.tlll.CS
onfortalil ri-nt", rlennd a bar npplied with
tlio Iitm and coolest I irfr Iwer. Iho purr.t Mim
it. IIIO
lo fonn
anu uqiinrs.oiipira, aia, 10 iio romel I
Kri-rylody l luiittd lo enll in mid
in e'.ilro.
cool oil,"
j'leni) of room fm lu
free W) body
J1
If
u
-PAINTING,
QXUt. It, TIIOM AN,
la -tepared to do all kinds ol
PAINTING
It ALsNOJff 1 XING
Cwtvxatra-xxsTCaV
el
IN THE PERRY HOUSE, .
URNKB VUMNHVIAI. AVKNt'E ANIt
kjuiitu HT:rrr.
I
riii
eil)
the only lirat-olasi .Sign 1'aliitrr In
CHARTKIt OAK KTOVEK.
yilElV YOU BUY
Cooking Stove
IT IS ECONOMY TO
I Get The
Have lleeik Nolit Im till- I.nitTsvo Venn
Notfltif- liafrnllcd tnj(ivi'
lnlii'o intiMlrit'tion
1' i'V nro iiuUfrsllv ni-kniptlrdrd i In- (lie
; BEST COOKING STOVE MADE
And lierTi-r kimwn tin )
Stand Unrivalled
FOH UNIFOHMiTY IN HAKINH,
For Econoaiy lu Hie l.'so or Fuel,
For DiirnhllMy and 'out ciilenee,
And Their I'crfcef Adnplnllon
To the
Wants of Western People I
H.'ii'l for price lil, to
KXCKLSHMl MA.NM'ACTL'HINU CO.
Ol-J A. Oil .V. M11I11 Slrrrl,
jtll)lillv ' hi. I.oilU.
INVIOORATINQ CORDIAL
puaiHER o?"riis blood,
tht hit HeutthtU 7l tiic au, TV.
muter JftatlA r.vr ditte eriJ. It it
a frr.'fitite and ture cute r y.
ftftix, fitAsettien ,in.l ii.'l ttutJtei of
the I.tvcranJKiJnt)t.
Hit atnilJ and ttttishtfut Intier.
ant fir dtlitatt J-'tnuet, and it tht
rieit agrettlHt and fttMint-titling
Tiinie ef tht div.
fr'tr yeung Chi.'.litH and nfinti it
itaturtturefcr H7nJ Ct!i., Grifing
J'ji'm it tht Stemaih and JU-uWi,
1 1 emit ,i J at all Druncilll and enenl
du!cm tr ty t&lmwf Ux Wioln!a
"'BKOWX, WEBER ft CO.,
Id end Ii .V. Slvnd Xt ,
it, LUVU, no.
JVKIIT I'AKJII'Jt
HIS OWN MILLER
Wo , tc inanufjctiirina
mix SlsnoM
. or
GRIST MILLS
Kor hand or powrr u-
li VI ., -IT. nd in,
rWtfTiR III r
tpe it v Ir -in
ffin
1 to 20 Bushels Per Hour.
Thme Mill, nre my ( rou t noil dur.ile, aisl
ir.iiiireery little p'.nnrt.. riintlieni. Kiel, alio
win Knni riinfr
Or atoek frcd, a suit) M deairrd. nnJ u.ll nu.re
lli.'iu
Save Its Price Every Year.
Hrrry Mill rally unrrnntoil.
Wen!. (i make two urn of l,,nc Mill., .ii.,. .
Ily )ss to ft ton. per day, price ft"! lo it
rii-rl.iltr Ciroul.ita furninhul on u.i lunla.ii
to
Thr lllamoiiit .llll .tlnnur.i iii lni; (,
sntM.it i'iki: ami n:oM stiu:i:ts
CIXS XXA 1 1, O.
Aljenla i wniilecl meiriy town mid eoiinly.
jillir.'.'JcodAwi.OHiy
LIQUCRS
yw. ii. S( mi n i.ic,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer
IN,...
Wines, Liquors
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Axeu. for beat branda of I -
CREAM AND STOCK ALT
ao
Xxaai3ox-tacl Aloa ofdir
foront ls.lu.cl a.
Ko. 75 OHIO liKVJGK
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Best
MXtmSb. -wU.
injiiyux juii offh k.
OIL JOHN III.'MAS COLUMN.
Great Remedies
dr. JoTirT BULL
MntMirncliirir.niid ii nilcrol tliu
CELEBRATED
Smith's Tonic
SYRUP
FOR TJII
CURE Of IIIUIM HD
OJalllsus axxcI Fovor
'ItllK ,ront(etnr oflTiTx ctlidimleil Ine.llrine
1- JtiMlj claims for It o superiority our all rv
Io-iich i srl olferedlollii- mliliit for 111" mlt, ti.
lam, ffrff jnd ftmanrrl nrt Of Al?ui aud I'eier,
or thllt iinj Ki if r. mIiUkt of eliorl nr long
UnillnK. Ho ri-lere 10 llm' nllf WcKtttn huJ
hOiiUiwrttiTn roiiatry lo lnr him letlmouy lo
im iriiih i,r ilt.j ligation, UiAt in no eat
liiuujwij ltf toatiro, if I he dirftomi rr
irigiU loilowen , ,Brri,.d U. nariel
nnli) r n eioid dvi InwIid'D eulliclrut for i
n,n whole isnillle Inti. ben ctirr.l ty A
SInle Millie, wah a leif.M t rf-tornllon ol Hie
(le nd lirallh. It li, 7,oeer, rrudi-nt, and in
jury cii mora n-ruin lo enrr.lf itn um-it con,
lliitied In eninller tliw. n for wtclt or tno nnerlho
d.r jse hae Un etitakod, n,or- itpeuUlly in d .
Iknll and lonir Ixndlnx c-e. I'euiUly, Uns
medicine ill not ivuir ntir eld lo krrn liir
towel in ((o. order) hould thc imtltnt, libiivt
it, rt'l'lllo cstKaili'i niollriiK-, ullcf hitting
taken iIiihi or four dorrs ol the Totdo, .iliiflr
to,e o lltilra Viurlaltlc I'miilly '.
will !- mnielenl.
HH. JUIIN lll bl.H fr.iinpalclSre.
M. 40 rirrir, (:ns sirc!i,i
IjoixJ mvII o, IXy.
To M)triilttMtSiiti-N mill lVorhl
tvlili', IKiuidrraji
I IIAVI. tr i rl many traUiti It m
1 pr. V-tiUiv' at, I indnl tliin, injr aloiaLa,
an I vr ot nl ,,. iiltoiK ,a sIioiij, allot wh. h
ar- Kitiuiur. ll,o f,ll.Miii, fn,rn a h'fcbi r.u,
.' d mid Jri.l4rphyr.iiail (a iKuTK , .aor
ta i.. unr i th in .t eros I.V coiiitn ,0 at ite
ll.Hiiur r-.-.-rd. Ir rii-mriit kn aoi
u tly tiliat I rrpraka of, and Me tcitimuny de-
"ittrl . lit wrillrtl ill letter, of (Oil, JUlf
wJUt lliu. I'lf tor J it Hull" Uuriss litm
irnjuri '
Vi'lsooir, Waiarrf'ounly, Oa,. ,
Jliim -J, 1'h I
t)r. joa Hi LL-Iir !-ir I hate rrrnill)
ituni )onr '-NVottn 1'i-etroyt r' reteral lrjai,
em ttud it wonderfully t Ihiw oil.. It ban uut
l.i.ltd in eiiufW in.uu. r it, jto tli wihi.(er
iifnl. I am doin.' jietly lare eonnly prai'tnd,
ml luladail) uais for tonio ertlf ; of the k Jj
I nm frre lo ronfr., ,it I kur.w cf no r'lnr.o
rr. ,.imiirndi-d l,y ll,e aM-t otith' ntirp tl.jl ,u
rriu.il on I xe ly mils rt. i. un in enoiraiy
l,r are tiueirfaluln the Mtrrine My ol lie a
, t nit ) ! I., fin I ( ut il n w.,af r r.e I Ji
)! t tl tnrd.i .ne d.rrrtly irom ) J III D Kt
,t U,li oany Iitiik, I shall u.i- a ftrat itral ol It,
I amawatr that ll.t llul tfliartic e r.:;traty
i.ti, t, lnuKe aa-l pra I o ol M:inal inabrily
oflln- rtftltr fuir iIi.ii.iiic ft irio Jy w,i, hwe
kiio-a-to niTrinii fnj.fr I f v 'u uiaykr
u'le.iMit of it iiihitinaiikii. rirtt,) psi. I anall
tiwku ll a ni.oto ! all and turv meant to id.
! tiktoruUiniuhuinaoiiy wi. ', f niy bo aU
to cmnuitd-unt li,.,utinK Wau onto cn
I liir-n- IngMtlolia than 111) If lute Iruurd Its
I t!i. IS Jlr-I, Kiel X'UIrd th ol- ligat Ui elcUIr
'..it kiiowe-l;r, lloartrr, I am by no nn an. an
a In iliMir ui't-.rtrrof lheti...u and' fwortha
i aim II..I doo.i iho I..UIO), that porjrl lo
m aII manoi r o li-rr. t.wi.Kb H-n I. h:r
I trplj o ii, .n i oif..fiti mo of your lej
r m. lair.f r. rr.j. ifu y,
JLLll-il'.tf.KMKM )t I
I
SARSAPARILLA
Ki'ittl the CiiptuliiN I.clior nml
I Ii I.ctlcrlroiu lil .Mollicr :
, Itntou Ilarraika, Mo., Apr lM, ls4.
Ml. r(l).MlULI-l.af lr; Jhw,ukUh rrh
CI.. r-.,f your Harajiirilla, and Ihv litallt.rf ano
It nefeial nuuhllia ll po.irei.rr, 1 ernd you Ihr
, ,!!, ut aUti'iiirnl of myca.vi
I wounded alajiit two yrara aj;o wa Ulrt
pr -oiirraiideoiillm-l fr ixirtn ineiillu lw i.y
iic u. ollen, my wound hatenot braii d yn
I t.uieuoi ut Upuioouirnl ainco I waa winndrd
lain elioi Ihlouh Iho l,,p, My Kfijeral hrallh
1a iinp4irrd. and J nerd olurtblUK lo al. im
lure. I hale iuoi. faith in )ourhai.a;airiU thai,
in ul.) IliliiiC i I.e. 1 wi.l tint that la yruiliiir
i'lraar clple.. Ino a half dotri L.tilri, and
oblujr CAIT. C. 1. JOIINKlN
ht. LouU. Mo
I'. H The lollowmt; waa wrillrn April to, in,
bi Mn. Jctintc J.hnn.a, mother of Unpt. John
on
. 1 I:. JOHN lll'l.l, Iearflri My hinbaii I, li
(. - J..l.oi.,i. a rk.llfiil urii. i .i aud phytic
tali ii (Viiind i-w Vork. whero ll died, lenoif
lii uia.tf C. I. Johnt..n .ti my curt- At Ilium n
yiara of age hi- find ft hr.ii d atrlu-a aim
. r. Ii.l.i, .,r wlueh 1 curahiin yniir.'-ariiaparilla.
IT t'l'ltllli HIM; i lne for n-n yrar in -itn
mr.ided It to limit) u New Vork, Ohio and Iowa
I t acrofuiu, li'ii-r "r , anr enrul dibimy
IVrfi-i'l ue, r. I. a. nltindrd it (kr tjuitd
la ran, ff imftU aad ftter wrO vt4 iltutt
.irunbot. i Hin trryaiiiiout lormy eon lo a-air.
b 'tor r. i yi'iirrnrenjiarill. Ho i fiarln
of tii-ltuijta rpuiii.u nil.' Ir, hence hla wtitinc ll.
ton for ' lln wi iin I. were terriblr, but I Ir
heir tit v ill rei-O'ir Jteipertfillly,
JK.VMK J0H.V1O.V
BTJIj2L.'S
A I TU l-LVriG DOCl'MEXTS
ArkaiiSHN Heard From.
TcNlliiiony r MeilU'itl Mt'ii
Htnny I'oint While Co., Aik. May 23, 'Co,
ir, Jonv Hen. Ileur hlr: Last Kebruarr I w
at I,oillVillo piirehnlni( driiK", and I j;ol aoiill
of Jour Snriii.arill:i nnd Cedron llittera,
Mv Hfiti.ln.Ku'. ulin wan uitii lou in tlin atora .
h been down Willi" tht rlieiimHtiem for aomo
liinu, lomnirnceJ on Iho iiitteri, nnu aoou fount;
hitRi-neral hcallh Improred,
IT. lilal. who lute been lu had hrallh, tried
them, nnd ho alio iinprotrd,
ernl y csre .t ua U Urir iittreted he Improved
tt-ry iniieh by the use of your Vitltrt, Indeed
Iho fed run lllltcr-i has oivrn you ureal ltopulnrily
Hr (.once, who niu uren in nnu neaiui ior rv.
In thla eltleinrnt. I iiiiiik I eouiu aeu inm
niniiilily of your niodlcintt this fall capvclally h
HI 1 01
mm
i i-iiron lutiura ami r-nraapariiiw. o'j nt
Mciiiphlaciiieol lllcketl Nerly.
ItcipeetfUlly,
I C. II. WAI.KKK
Preparotl by DK. JOHN HULL nt
hin Luboratpry, Htreut, Louis,
villo, Ky.
I'orNiiiw ly IIAHC l-AV HltO

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