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JJY JOHN H. OMMLY & CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SEPTEMBER 28, 1870.
ONLY DAILY PAPER IN KOVPT.
Let tlHTf In imilliaciisloii Mt ",nor
fisUers i no (lino lost in discussion
if: dead events: no miiitltt'Statloa of
Burrow or prescriptive fVellnir
sacrifice tf Oio cunse to srrtsiiry pr
Honkl nmbltlon or resentment.
roii cosiihkm TAT-AT-anor,
SJM.V. WIIXIAM . AKNOX,
of Jcll.raoti Ontiutj.
roil ITATK THKA.l'lUli,
III Hiligamou County
rou uLTKnisiKNDK.NT uv Piwi.ir ur n in:-
Of I'vuru Uiutitv.
fOK PSSITKfTIAKT COMMlMloMKIl, (LOStl
UKN. PHAMC'IMT. MIKIOIA.V,
Of Cook County.
VOBI'KKJTKSTUUV COMMISSIONER, (llIuHT
Of Ailui County.
rOU C0.VOSIHS I1IITII IHHTHICT,
CO I,, JOHN M. CHKIIM, of Willi Co.
'OU BHNATO IU, 1ST JiIkTIUCT,
M. K. UlUftON, af Clallatla Coiiatf.
TIIOMAM A.i: IIOI.COMB.of I'nUuCo
FOR HM'KBIKXTATIVK NT PfTMl.T,
4 1 oaiiiairi',
AIJCZAKOKIt lb I II VI. X.
JOIIJf H. UOKNMAN.
r, PEMDCRATIC committees.
iaSJS-Mlnal !Joaiaut., IHl iu
J, H. I.OOlllS.'C.'a., "Skawattluwa, lltlt.tla Co.
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JKO. W. CARTEIt
O. W. ANMUIW
6. W. K. COJU.IH.-i.
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Col. I'robN AiMilntinenti.
Ttft Hon, J.Iin M. CrM'J, lm,riiPriflM.
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joint niaci BMO.VN.
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Uarrnbum, 8llno Co., MiBiTOT.TIU.
Hm.T. A.E. Uokoiub'H ApHlntntcatn.
Hon.ThomM A,E. llalcomb, IVnmcrnlie run
itiil.lu lor 111 HuU. Koiitu, will tpwak at ttio rol
lowlnjt tliiiriuil plar t
Villa UUr', 1'ilUAI Co., H.pt.5lh, ut ulalit.
MoumtCit), 'JJtli. "
Vu, Alcwiutfr " " a"lli, "
Mtrvl'"IK M.i.7 " Oct. 4Ui,
N Columl.lu, " " till, at i! p.m.
UaiiJuBcliont Hiiujo. lla,-u cuuiity, Oct. Clli,
.1.wI,tbrty, HopJ connly, Oot. Tlh, t V
Floyil'H Sluri-, I'iipx counly, O.'i. totti i.l l
. Ulitlb.ililoHli: HiaUlii.uourii',.Oct. lllli! at a
oMocl'.p.tn.'1 11 '
RlMiruvlown, (iKlUtiu(cnuuly, Oj. IJIIi, at
Katj lialliitiii county, Ool, lllli at
Til. mtrnU'ra of tko f.natorial ComniUUo In
aauUerth aoovn eoimlifn, at wrll a. iholotl
Kwnoeratlc Committee, will pliu tnaka nil nom.
fuk arrnngamtuti, and glrn llm ar.ttl potilU
publicity to lb. kniiuuncfuutat.
H. I', WIIKK1.KD,
M Cbalrman Ronatorlal Coniniittpn.
jKrom tlic Chlcn(('i Tribune, ItnJicnl.)
"CbnoTfM ttill maintains taxrt, iirf
una" indirect, (a the amount uf not lo$ than
taW.OQO.OOO Ut' TUIS KtN'OIUIOUii TAX,
UtB TUAX' ONhJ-llALV IH JtKgKlVKM IIY
This tlovKRKMKNT. The remainder it
dhtrilutcd to private individuals and clastes
Krom Hip .'Mrf of Pi-tnnrtalic Cii(tf,,mi'J
Di W. MUNN.
An Expose of His Official
How He Liven "On Klowery Hcds of
Ease" ta $84 Biennially.
XTUNNHtt IXTERROOATfONH A NO
Facts for Houeit Men, whether Demo
crnts or Kaakals, to Seriously
.Tor Ih. Cairo Ileum. 1
Hon. l)nlr W. Muaoi
My Dkati Frs'i Twer eonnideratinns
uoinhinu to i ii (I u co inc to writu you an
H!ii letter. Firiit, becaujie it kccuih to
lu the jiojiulnr htylo, ami Meeondly be
enuKO in your .Mount Carine! spweh
you ctiiiloycl the following extraordin
a ry language :
"If anv man IcUcvm I inn not an IioiioU
man If any man OHcvcn I am an lin
murul man, u t;anib!r or a drunkard, lt
liiiu not vote for tne."
These rcmarkx, for ono ho tuodoht a
voiirMilf, arc certiiulv in bad taste. If
ym are the model of howtty you would
have the dear jwoplo believe, would it
not bu butter to let nomn one else blow
your horn V That you arc u drunkard,
no one will nascrt. Iudwd you ore not
a gambler, if by the word you rneau one
who Mukt uiooey on a game of card.-t ;
but that you uro a political trickster, you
cannot deny, if you pommum but a small
portion of the honesty you arrogate to
yourself. When you aay you are nn
honcht man, at a time when you are a
candidate for vongre-w, you menu of
course that you arc politicallyhonefit.
Now, Uau, didn't you bluith juat a little
when you attempted to convey the idea to
the jiooplo of Wnboih county, that vim
had any political honesty at the groh
deception you were practicing or are
you loM to all prompting of conscience
when you utter what you know to bo
il not fal.i- intended Ut deceive? If
you have ever done anything in or out
of office entitling you to bo called an
honc-nt politician, I, a" u citizen and one
of your constituent)-, would bo glad to
know it lint if on the other hand, you
have dnif ,tny act whereby your hon
esty may will be doubted by any one,
then you do not, as I understand your
tuition, wMi the votes of niich jicrsoiiK.
lour office holding commenced, if I
mistake not, when you were elected to
the .State h'cuate, in 180'C. You wnt to
.Springfield and took your heat in Jan
uary, 1 St7, and, therefore, have been a
Senator during two Wfwiioni. Ou your
first pilgrimage you took with you your
law partner, i II. l'ope. ife remained
with you during the entire session, and
transacted your financial business. In
a word, ho wan your financial agent.
How profitable that re.-siou proved to the
partnership may bo judged from a few
fact. You mailt) the canvass in lSGo'
and gave up nlino.st entirely the prac
tice of law. inu have done but little
buMiioiiii m'hcc, in your own county, as
the court records will abundantly prove,
and your practice elsewhere was neither
extensive nor profitable. You lived in
good atyln nt Springfield with your fain.
ily, and over since have made yearly
trips to Vermont, where you purchased,
projierty. You received legitimately
for each esiion eighty four rfiillun!
You did not have a large balance whou
f ou started out. You havo undo but
ittlo money in the practice of yourpro
fessiou. Can you tell mo then how you
can live and travel and support tho Btylo
you do, on ho trifling it huiu? A patent
on this, Dan, would be invaluable..
On your second pilgrimage you
took your partner Mr. Pope, and rein
forced him with 1). T, I.inegar, who in
now ou your ticket as. a candidate for
your old place. ,Theo two i remained
with you during the whole senaiou
us your agents. Thoy were there as
professional lobbyists, offering your vote
and influence for pay. They made the
contract, you fulfilled them. But; ,o
come to particulars: You doubtless
remember a littlo bill which originated
in Alexander county, entitled "an act
for the rolief of the county," whereby
rieveral thousand dollars of tho State
revenue wan diverted from tho State
Treasury and placed iu the treasury of
rtho county. Your partner land Mr.
Liuegar ma.de u coutrat!' "wt"
County Court of Ahixander, county to"
pass that bill for n consideration, You
advocated its pitHmge. It was puwtji;
tho eoiiHidoratinn claimed, to-wit, two
thousaud dollars, was nearly all, if not
all paid to your Pope aiidj Llncgar.
You knew of this contract before you
went to Springfield, and received your
share of the spoils.
Do you remember tho bill to remove
the county scat of Union county from
Jonesboro to Anna? When Mr. In
score, Mr. Willard and Mr. Finch, of
Anna, called upon you to iniroduco
that bill, ns they might rightfully do,
being your constituents, you referred
them to Mr. Pope and Mr. Lincgar,
your agenta. When thoy called upon
them, the first question propounded by
rope and Lmegar was: "How Biuch
"money can you raiao? The renrcsou-
tatlvcs of the town of Anna were sur
prised, but your ugeuU only laughed at
their ignorance in supposing that n bill
could be passed through a Radical Leg
islature without money. They hud nut
gone to Springfield prepared to buy the
legislature, and so they returned home.
An informal meeting was held at Anna,
and four hundred dollars raised for the
purpose of passing this bill. Tlitw
armed, these gentlemen returned to the
capital ; but upon the same train wu n
heavier purse for Jonesboro, While
the too confident Anna delegation with
their fir humlrtd dolhirt were getting
shaved and making themselves present
able, the Jonesboro delegation, with
n! humlrxl tlitllart, saw your agents,
concluded a trade, paid the inouoy uud
you cat ttguiiut thr Anna hill! lou
kilUd It in Commlurt I How much of
mat jiee MtMrnt anttart tlid you get,
gain, do you remember the bill to
remove the county neat of Perry
couuty from Piuekuey villo to DuQuoiu ?
'erhapo you can explain bow It hap
pened, that, in pursuance uf an agree
ment made between your agents and
artuers Poe and Liuegar, on the
one" side, and Dr. Neely, Dr. Leo and
John Moberly, representing DuQuoiu,
tn the other sido, by which Pope uud
Lmegar were tn turn your votu and in
fluence in favor of the bill for five bun.
drcd dollars, that your vote and influence
were again sold to thorefivoring Pinck
neyville for n hundred dollars
or o better, and you then
turned ujmn your first love, and
worked against the bill. If you ennot
explain it, I will call upon Hon. W. K.
Murphy, of Pinck neyville to do .o.
You did not lose any moucy by the
Lake Front swindle. Indeed it is said
you received fifteen hundred dollars for
that little job. You did not deny it
when the Scuator from Jefferson charged
you with it. You know, Dan, you had
a way of opposing everything, for the
purpose, as was said, of getting a bid.
You opposed a purely local measure
which the Senator above referred to was
seeking to pass. After seeking in every
way to induce you to delist ho told you
plainly that ho know you bad accepted
fifteen hundred dollars for your vote
and influence, and in case you continued
to annoy him with your captious op
position, he should feel called upon to
cxposo you. You let him alone after
that, didn't you?
Your conduct in regard to the post
office in Cairo, can .scarcely be regarded
as strictly honest. In order to pave
your way to Congress, the patronage of
this district was transferred to you.
When you first set about removing Col.
Graham from the Cairo poat, .office, and
obtaining the appointment of Col. Sloo,
your brother uud cousin wore employees
in that office. Col. Graham believed
that you were working to Bccretly
undermine hint, and that your relatives,
who owed paramount allegiance to him,
a their employer, wero fuvorablo to
your scheme, and thereupon uud for
other thunltnl causo, he discharged
them. You coutinued your scheming
and finally miccwdod in getting Col.
MoKeaig appointed, with rtho under
standing that Col. Sloo should have the
best position in the office, und you
should name tho clerks. Thus Col.
Grubam a woundtditoldier, gentleman
In every way qualified, whose adminis
tration of the affairi) of the post office
had given universal satisfaction, was re
moved 'through your lullueuce and to
gratify your personal aims. Not cou,.,
tent to. scloct from tho cit'uens of
Cairo the -lerks, you ut abroad
ami got your" cousih) whom '.Col. Gra
ham h,ud discharged, your nephew' from'
Chicago, uud u sou of your old frieud
uud'pai-tner in the lobby, John itarber
from Wssbinton oountyj um thoy were
inn tnl led in the Post office. That con
siderations, - other than friendship,
moved tho new postmaster to you, is ap
parent from the tacw. iSow your re
moval of Col. Graham may have been
hunnt, in a political point of view. It
may be hmutt for one having political
patronage at' his -disposal to accept a
consideration for" ue necessary recom
mendation to oAs ; but, Dan, don't
you feel that saas tricks taint the moral
atmosphere you live in at Cairo ? Can
you reconcile sucrr conduct with your
professions of konosty and chriatunity V
I havo been led to inquire: How can
Dan Muun live, pay old debts, buy
property, travel 'to the White Mout
tains, support .style, spend Unie rind
money in political canvassing, when he
has little or no business, and only re
ccives eighty-four dollar every tico
ytart t 1 ou say you havo railroad
pusses, and it coiUyou nothing to travel.
You got those passes because you
were a htate ftcuauir. i ou
placed yourself under obliga
tions to the railroad corporation I . Was
not this the understanding when you
voted for the Lake Front swindle?
You certainly have a great amount of
assurance, or else you gave some con
sideration for the passes you atktd for,
to take yourself and family as well us
one or two brothers and their families
to Vermont und roturn. Now how ure
these things doue ? Not a few of your
constituent are compelled lo suffer with
the heat in this climate every summer,
and would rejoice to inhale the brucing
air of the White mountains. Their in
come if much more thau fvtty-hco dol
lars a year, but unfortunately they arc
not office-holders. They doji't,go ,to
Springfield, and get their hands into'tho
grab bajrs f If they could, then they
might live in cane and luxury
its you du, even though
the legitimate pay might be small. Oh
that we alii alight be Senators! Hut I
have wearied you ul ready I fear. The
memories of the past ure not pleasant
to you. I have only recurred to u few
of your short comings. Columns might
be filled with u recital of them. Am
such acts honttfl Is your Cstimute of
hnnrety so low, that you can find it in
your heart even to justify Mich conduct?
I suppo.sc you will, with your p.-eudo,
half religious, half worldly style, deny all
this ; but ii denial will not suffice. 1
demand, in behalf of your constituents,
that you clear your skirts of the charg
es and insinuations that xeicktd uud dc
liyning men ure daily making against
you. Don't call Pope and Linogar to
the witness stand. They are disquali
nea on tne grouuu ot interest, jjet us
have reliable, disinterested witnesses.
limit you uo produce sacu, l tor one
can't vote for you, because I don't think
you an houeit man.
You want to go to Congress, where
you can havo a more extended field for
operation. With tho uomerous rings
at Washington you will ut once become
popular; and if your election can be'sc-'
cured, your prospect of being u rich
man, speedily, is very bright. You
will take your law partner there, of
course. He did not run for the Legis
lature because you wanted him, "ever
by your side."
In conclusion, just a word of friendly
advice. Don't, I beg of you, don't
prate of your honesty any more. If
you are afraid homebody will doubt
your honesty unless it is talked about,
why biro somo ono to herald your
praise--. The uext incau thing that will
bo said about you, will be that you are
.1 MISKllAHT.K DODGE.
The Springfield Journal talks to its
readers us if they we entirely desti
tute of common sense. For instance, it
aggregates the expense of the adminis
tration tuider Johnson, when a ltiidical
Cougress kept an army of S6,000 sol
dief.i Jin tho field, tho FreedmenV Hu
reau in full blast, uud a 'Radical thief in
about otie tenth of till the offices iirth'o
country- and then with u ga-ut show of
virtuous indiguation exclaims : "Look
at the expeuso of ' a Democratic admin-
The editor of the Journal know and,
aiucutntbs oiishis.rtttdT" kuofj Ym
'dHriite"tho'iBirt nine arnica hult 'years
the Democratic party hint not expended,
oni5 (foliar of the public -ul5aoy. An
drew Johiisou'wus elected 'hy the Rad
ical party, but when thu corruption of
hia associates in office threatened to
engulf the country in ruin, ho refuscijto
Join in the infernal Vprk.' ttk.e'
consequences of tuis reiuiai are kuowu
to OToryiinfclligantman in the country.
'A Radical congress divsoted him of pow
er, until he was denied the privilege of
choosing. his own cabinet. It hemmed
him around with cheeks and restrictions
until he was nothing more thau n pris
oner in the White house. Radical
thiovcrf wore plundering the people in
every State of tho Union, but the Pres
ident could not interpose. Congress
hud robbed him of the appointing
powor. Congress voted nway millions
and tens of millions of
public treasure,' nnd whole "States" of
the public domain. The Prcsidcht re
nioasiratcd and interposed bis veto, but
hk remonstrances were disregarded nnd
his veto over-ridden.
In view of all these facts, well known
to everybody, the Springfield Journal
charges the waste and oxtravagancc of
the last administration, to the account
of the Democratic party a party that
was us powerless in the affairs of tho
government then, its it is to-day I A
inoro brazen attempt to shift, responsi
bility wns never made. It in fhd des
perate resort of n desperate party, and
is made by tho Journal upon the un
warranted assumption that iu, readers
are blockheads una will believe any
. . i : . . ... . .. !
OJJ.V. AA'DEMSOXS RECORD.
Tho Springfield Reghtcr, in answer
to the insinuations of the Chichago Tri
bune and other Radical organa, concern-
inu; the services' of Gen. Anderson in
the uruiy, refer to the Adjutant Gen
eral' report for his record, nnd says;
Guncrsl Andcrion wai elected lleutu-
nnt-coloiiel of tho COth Illinois roirimont
.Pobrunry Ii', 1UC2, and colossi, March 'A
IHCZ. JLo reiigncu uqioucr , isc-J, and
was undo briL'adierKcneral iiareti 13, 1865.
So ihuoh for hU poiition. Hia scrvico
demand n larger ij?. Ho 11 hia regi
ment to the attack on Island No. 10, and
aftor its surrender aldl in tbe sioge of
Corinth: fouirlit Ursci: at Mshvllle: re-
polled the attack of M organ nt Edgeflold;
in January, 1BG8, mot thu enemy's cavalry
under Wlnolar ru'nr Murfeoeiboro and re
On tho di-utli uf Col. Tblor, iu .March h
was promoted to the command of the reel-
mont. Uo was engiignl In tho affairs nt
Murfrcetboro. und participated in tho bat-
Uo of ChAtRnoogn, nndtlit vary iiu-mora-
biemarriito Knoxvtiie. mo meedi aim
footsore regiment nsln arivud at Chat-
iinooira, nnu sporit wtnicr otinrters in koh-
vine, hoorunry -'wi, o tea ino rccon
noU.utnco toward Dnllon, tin, rciulttng In
iu the battle of Itii.r.tml ltoost. In this
bloody battle hit raiment toil henvily,
forty-two bultiK killed ami wouiidcd.
Uu tho 13th of March, 14, moved through
Louisville, Kui-hvilli! mill Chr.ttunooi;ii to
RossvSllo. On tho 2d day of May k'gau
campaign, nnd participated In the battles
of Hingyold, Pulton, Resncca, Komo, Dst
la, New Hope Church, Kenessw Moun
tain, Nlcknjnck, Peach Troo Creek, Atlanta
and Jonesboro. At this letter place him
self and regiment wero nighly comoli
montcd by division nnd corps commondora
for gallantry. Mot the enwny .September
oth, 'CI, at Florence, and droye him across
tho Tcnnc'sco river. Ho wns with Shor
man In his march to tho sen, and arrived
at Columbia December '.list, 'Ci. Hero,
tho war being practically " ended, ho, in
order to rcoivo a commission in tho
United Status regular tnrvico resigned his
colonolcy, and was mndo a brigadier gene
TjtKAfOK' is tub Cami. An 'ofrlblo
itato of things prevails In Washington,
There is treason in tho very central camp
of radicalism in that city, Thu otUpr,
nvoning tho "Pennsylvania Republican
association" met to take tho situation un
der consideration. A letter from .Secre
tary Cox was read, ln-whloh ho pusftlvely
refused to allow i.uMini nts to be made ou
tho employes of hi. department. The Suo
rotary wrotn that he 'sincerely believed
that thouttuinpt. made till ijeur to luvy
suchiiuessiiHnt havo already hurt tho par
ty iiiiiny fold more than tho aneninoutt, if
culloctud, eanliolp it." The patriotic IVnn'f
sjlviiuitt monoy-teekors thereupon under
took to votu the summary condemnation of
the recalcitrant ocrUry, Many member
prosrnt affirmed that he was disloyal to tho
republican party, hud disloyal men in
olllco, especially iu thu cumin buronu, and
thut ho olistriu ti'd llm progress uf thu parly.
Further perturbation was, cauu by, mo
aiiuouiicoment that Public Printer CUpp
hud also refusud to permit collections uf
psrlv funds in hU oiMlr, Coiiitertmtlon
univursal solzml the I'onnsyfvatii patriots
and thoy adjourned in u general row, cull
ing unuh other "Johnson nieii" and skulk
4saVlXlio Ijtor of the May villo (Tonne
see) Republican is a colored man, luUjiot 1
't I .. : .. . . it.'." i..1
rnueb . iucllued 'tq,ollow tho miillajimB,;;
toaehloga of clarat; rAdicalitui,
says: .q us fofcatofi w utiuuriu uvuu
It.UCb ul inu pn.i, um imvi-. f whim wiiiih
reuowed r.eal, dOitiif buttle for the 'rit;hV
and opiioi.iUK. wrong.. Lobssrvatistii in
9fnnaei inef iv. bohco) 'laUi.onUr arid
equal rlgai to allf M buriei .tha past and
Minus up n proiperous asu puaeoiui uiiurv?
yAl.NUT MT. IKH NI).
Cor,'. Walnut GanoSts
I ! V 1 iaVi
The IIcMt Tonic Stimulant
Known to tln Medical
iniloraud by tny phjilcinn ,o ImiPiamlncil
th.ni, amoni! nliom aio.oinecfthp moit mlnrnt
i?,h'!.,; y'1 Mh, ''""I nl I'llfxt ma.lc.
Tt.eao IMUti ari' iiroptreil from tho mri valuable
rooti, b.irkt n. li.rlH kuo.n to nimlkM .rlvar.,
and .re UMqtinM iw a prtvintite tnJ curn rwi
FEVER A1TI AUWt:
Anl all ll-.f anii nrl!nn from muHrio ii caiic,
SI. lyouli. Mo. July Hth, Ulo.
McMr. JAME.S A. JACKSON A CO.-rjcntlo.
men I Dm iimlcrtlftned limine rtr.ntly hint the
oyi'oriunliy to t.tt tne vniuo r th turiou. com
thiiiniU knnttn timlrr Um ti.mc f "Hlomnrli Hit
inn," withes to (umpllraant you upon tho Imppy
combinMlons of ri-niolIM ntrcntu which contitiu
your "Homo HIllcM." Ux)n brliiijfirtt mtileni'.
qtrtlntdl with th. rt'tnlpt of your preparation, t
at onci- crnrlnreil t lint It. iiwwmilil prove
highly bonrfolAl lo all thoio who ttan-l In ncnl ol
a mmiinr arni'ic, nnu .men i narp nn.rrrru n.
.urcis in mr pnrMo practico, i can otuyrrroin
imuil it a. thn U l tonic now otTrrc.l to tho null'
lie, ono whote InticnratlnK propvrtiea will (a of
cquii aiimninMu in mo iniHiin, iiwRonTuirpconi
an 1 tho will. C.(!r.niCKF, M. It,
V1J h'ranklin Avruue.
Mempliti, Tonn., f-out. 12, UTO.
tt site, me plea.ur to artrl mine In the many
t.ktimsnlal. shown m. in teitrri to the worth ot
lite "llftmr Ijtomach Illll.rs." 1 hare usnl thfiii
an'l ..taininnl Uit formtilt of wlnoli they ar.
compoini. anu pronounce uipm uiemn.i arcp
adlA Illll.ri in l licit .tomaehki I llaro .Vrriri.il
nl woulil rccoannrnJ Uitni mnr tipvclilly In
m aumatic rBgion.a.an anii.rrio.ur.
joa. ix tA.NCH.M. n
Dr. IiRAKR McrsJWKt.U tU- l'r.ililint of thn
Mli-iiuri llnlicaJ CoU(fr, nndor ilalooUuly Mi,
WO, authorises ut to .iy, hr ha. cxarainnl tho
tort," ami finds itcomol Ol lh moil nluahlo
-(rt.(S,l tanlc known to' th. Phantiaconui'a.
fiirninl. far Inn nrcnumlinn or th MlloirM Hit
'I ho combination h. ri(arla as pxccllent, an J th.
procn. ot maamiaciur aucn a io iwriT uuni
th. unreJiei.t" the full .trnngth of their trluabln
prope rtlt. II o runner tayt ; "Von mty refw tn
tn. a luiortintf m. 'iioiuo luu.rt- iuwi
antl-prrlodic ttimuinnt, or ir.at vmu. in miai
St.!Hin, July 7lh, 1170,
Mfit. J. A. JACKHOS A CO, (itatfemm:
ItaTiujf utad your "iloin.' Illtt.t," scin thr
ttlivt. nn eih.rt, .xamliiMl tho innrmJinitM titetl
in their comB'tltlon, 1 .am U.I that. aald.
rrom their containing nothing Injsrlous, tlteyar.
th Uwt I hat ur tri.U. It i. with pU-uare llwt
I r.'nMkaunl lliom to all ni-r-on. di.lrnui f.r tak
Inx bitt. r.. JOUN T. TKHPLK. M !.,
Itof.Mai.rU N.)icn and Thrrapvullct, llumov
patie C'ollex of Missouri.
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOI8.
for Hnla hy all HelUlil. ItruRKlaU.
pAM. THAIIB OF 1870.
A St-vr Nloek of
BOOTS A SHOES
Gents' Furnishing foods
TBUSKS, Y.VMSKS, FUllS, Ktc.
i I '
111 CO.tlMKIU'IAI. AVK.M'D
(Hcllbron & Well's Old .Stand)
Han Jutt oi'i'iii'J an ialir n' l'"'l: of Pry
Ociiifi, lo w I. loh biiik. Mti'iillnn. Kh tjiIiiii;
I. fn-li, niunut.l nr. I fui.hhiiial.1.1 ini'l mil l
.obi m ry . iil'i-l, (r rit-h.
IIO imi ft injl .I'M-,, wi w-i r-iti.-.
Fnli.nHtl Winter Drt'ss (ioods. White
(foods. Staple nnd I'liucy liy
tiooiis (Jiiifi ullyt
Ami a 'ulJ) of (1othlni! H.l-, Cipi, H""l".
ShOf., FiiriiiOinii; lioml., llcmU'ry, i.Iiiihh. Mi' .
lint will i liiuint Jiit w nat in" iimrM-i iriuii.',
U.I nil t tin-gi-l pririt lllllni:,
Tim pul llolrt.p-irutty. tn ttrtl lof-all miilf;
niillue'tliK to-'k. iitl- pmprirtar Mfli miiri-.l
thalaJNi'ttiT aelortnl, rport.i-M.onabl.- or ili"ir
.i mix i-.iinut U-rouml in (lifi'il). r.fi'O uttl
leu hm In i-ii niarki'.l ilown tn tlwlu"t rlKiiro,
nji.l wll bo .fclJ a. ( he lp nt thn chMpr!.
tf-Th tl.MtUM uf Laillra la cap.c-
iiilly ealltd lo III. liar ol 1'llHN, Hiuoug-
sb.;irffit, siatst ita; snu aiaraei.
",o Trouble lo Nbon CloollN.,,
Kept. ti. ii;a-tt
! tin- pint', to Rrl th. new wiii) fiiohi'iiiitUii
Large Hmir Rats
llastV School lrala.untl Ki
w . ' ..- .
it ' 1IU. inreS.lt ft rHohool(lin Alto
'" a niitiiJfk'of- "
U.ailt. MiMlrry. Wollou., Klu lo..,
U fxi k.Aiatok aeeotmt, irllt
trlotly fox O m, mix
,n.le.m..'.liii'iOl'i'''" at prices that will n
uliifor her 4abh.Umnl.Uw Uihyr
T1I OTIKAP KTORE.
ii.,rcr,ini are Irea'h.aetiioiiabloauil faahlonabtv.
.We Wit y. umr. tH'thaaaasa" aiuount of
iiKnM tnaany,PthL11,W iu 't- r'on'1 l,uy
ti.iTPtilsHy U jou want mil
uaiii you f " pa iit rvPwuy.u -io
woman's una "eritiiirnirs Hue
CHART Kit OAK STOWS.
iiirnenun i 1 1 t'lnrtrr on:, t' M'ir.i
iniiniiac net "n i
i.ivuiui n .mini.. 11
s urimn so rpi nv ori.un
nlers as r i.ii , t I
tlrabloi Irtll S.Vlnr r. .Af..rr..f II. a ..
or aiiiitlicr Stom 1-nim.lry, '-hail l.i . j-r
eonlinonoiily Uv-i en i f'ir-0 -r i r fiw-tt r-. .
Ilshtni-ntto tho proil tciionof t!i i I .a
natncil anil lnimto ni ml onter. withnu ilf' v.
,' lnuM fIHM ntlontmn or thou-nlut t jr-(hi-liifc,
to thnuiqf,,, un.l popif r tyof nil o(
thri-ehtovri. .Nolii-jtirrvuictu'Morthi rlntr iino
merit ryn ofleril thfii a jtati mnnl uf thn r.vt,
that .fur 18 jrart unronillntnasu! i l'i hphth
let. In nil kiniN of locntitli;.. nnl to thn tnrsl
b ttrrnml ili lrriniiinl ontin.it ii.... -.i.i i...
iarrnU-il, that I Ley arotn.ilay, the
Most Popular Stores In the Market.
amlhai. Mil. nauch rnlmfui'liou that th. knnnl
l Kreatnr tUnn rn r.
If yon want th.
IIEST COOKI.Ntt Sl'OVJ: 10 1 i Wllllll
buy th'i CHAHTKIt UAK
If you w.int tho
best cookixj stovf: fok coal
Neatest K IlcstSlieet-lrnu Parlor Stove
.Termaile, buy thn l UMNO a'l'AIt
EXCELSIOR XANUFALTL'ltlKtf CO.,
ma Ai on x. .until si i-r. i,
C. W. If irii:so
23 XI.. TAIUI'U
FUSITIS Op'tHS 2L0OD,
the lilt l!msteild Tcnie ati.t fre
meter ej Health ever din 'red. It ii
a frexentrj and ture mre jsr Dm
feptix, Jndittien and all di out ef
the IJuranJ 'MJneyi.
It it a mi! J and Aligktful Imi$pr
ant er tfeliejle ertjet, aid it the
piett ap-eealle and flejuttt-totting
7'enie of the div,
JW ytung- Children and In.itt tt
it a lure cure fir ll'i'id ('du, Griing
P.iint in t'le Stomach ivtd liwelt, &.-.
Itant. h.irl at all Priifxiitt anH ccnfrll
ilt.ltn, or by adircii.tf th Whuleule
BB0W5, WKBER & CO..
tit. lulls, no.
JgVEKY l AKMIilt
HIS OWN MILLER
GRIST " IWILLS
l'or himlor p-mer ate. ritL- nj; in prs'e from
Pi M tn m i nn l ii'Mpiniv irom
1 to 20 Bushels Per Hour.
Th- .u Jlill'" viy, trou nn.l ilnribi., uml
iJnuiri' rrry httlc power I'eitmtbem. I . ,i in.
will tcrxia vitli-r ,
tir.liK'l, feed, nt nmy be dciircl, sti'l Will litem
Save Its Price Every Year.
Krer Mill rtitly wnrrmt.il.
WMal.it in.kniHO.irvi uf Hone M . . ia"-
ity IU lo A linn l"-r il), prion ilio in ,it.
pM.iripiln. t.'iruulnra furuuitioU ost ui ilioit
I'll, lllaimiiiil .Mill Mautlf luring t'n.
touMUi fiKK ami ntoyr Titv:i;is
Cl.Vt I.V.N.VII, O.
Axunta Mauti'il in every town in. I couir
JP M. AVAKI.
DEALER IN FIREWOOD
in i'iti:i'.tii:' ' I'li't- uiioi it'-
Promptly aii.l Mturaetnrlly, with Ihn v y
Leave Orders at Jdili'ii' OM Stand
OH AT THE riM.T.m'l'll'K.