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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, OCTOBER C, 1870.
OiSLY DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.
BV JOHN II. 0.1) Mill j Y & CO.
i'rain tlio Alilr-M of Di'tnocratlo Congressmen.
I.M Uicre lie innli.Hsciisions nlioiit minor
iiiiiMci-M ; no Www lost In (IIkimisnIoii
or ilcml m nils 5 no mniil TfHt at I of
narrow or jiroscrlptlvc fs'rlliigj no
'sanrillrn or llm raiiso 1o gratify per
siiiinl munition or rvKrntmcnt.
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
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CASPER nun.
C'n-j-cr Itutz, in Jii pj-ccch Tuesday
iiif.'lit, ilfclarcil tliat tlic ltuiublican
j.arty was jicculiarly friemlly toward
I'ru.-Ma, nml Hytnftatliizutl with licr in
ttrortrf to crush down thu French Km
jiirc. Mr. Itutz had not road tho letter
of the (.'rent Hadical, Wendell l'hillin;
he hail not read the Xew York Tribune,
New York OtWtrr or Chiinpi Trillion:
lie had not, very recently, read any
AiiiirU.111 newiaier that letleeted the
Hiitiiiants of American citizens, clu ho
would have known that there U
a general and eariie.t pyinjathy
x.rudiii; all clubse i'or the youny
Fnnch Hemiblie, ami that tho.o men
and printH who most bitterly deiioiineo
Kin,; William and l'ruia belong to
the ltadieal jiariy. The bitterest thing
yt I aaid or written i tho letter of the
great ltadieal father, Wendell Phillips.
The wot eireclive enemy tho Prussian
nrmyhas inJAmeriea, is Horace fireeley.
Tho original and mo.t iH!r.iitent tradu
ctr of tho I'ruvian cauM, is the emi
nent ltadieal now-paiier man, John Hits-
tell Young; yet .Mr, Itutz would havo
Cairo Germans believe that tho Radical
party, as a party, nympathiso with Wil
liam ltox. It ho happened, however,
thnt he addressed an audience
of thinking, reading men, who
understood thu publiu iu1po ipiitu
as well as he did, and who, consequent
ly, felt only contempt for him, when
through ignorance or design, he
uttempted to misrepresent that pulse
in reference to thu pending Kuropean
conflict. This, and tho regrets ho ox
pressed at seeing tho negroes of Cairo,
cittiug in scats by themselves, were
very distasteful to intelligent Germans,
ami has not helped Daniel W. Muun
(in whose interest Mr. Uutz cauio) to a
singlu vote.
now mm- niiDUci: Tin: taxes.
While the ltadieal orators go about
boasting ol reduced taxation, Mr. Uout
woII'b reports continue to give tho flat
test hind of contradiction to nil Hueh
chums. His last Matoincnt makes tho
total collections for tho llrst mutrler of
tho present fiscal year nearly 952,000,000
which is over b t,UUO,000 mc-ro than for
tho samo quarter last year.
Yet, by a curious porversiou of logic
this increase of taxation is also made a
subjcot of ltadieal boasting. Wo are
asked to lie grateful to lladicalisin, both
for increasing and for reducing our
burdens. It ilocth till things well.
MOKOI'OI.IKS vs.
PEOPLE.
Tin:
The eouutry is looking with much
concern upon tho contest now going on
in Indatiia and Ohio. Nest Tuesday
the Statu elections will be held there,
and the energies of the whole ltadieal
party aru being concentrated to defeat
the Democracy. A rich manufacturing
firm of Lowell, Massachusetts, has
placed S'iO.OOO in the hands of tho
Ohio Jtadical Ktate Central Committee,
and an Onoudago Halt interest has for
warded $10,000, the whole Mum to be
cxjcuded in (Jon. SchcnckV district, to
H'ettru if possible, the return of that
tool of monopolies, to Congress, linrgo
sums ol' money from tho N'ew Kugland
manufacturing towns, are also being
cent to Indiana. The Yankee manu
facturers mo becoming alarmed.
Tho peoplu begin to bhow
signs of unret, under tho burdens Radi
cal rule has placed ukiii them, and
threaten to bring about a change of ru
lers. The battle in Indiana and Oliioi
therefore, becomes 0110 between the
coplu 011 tho olio ride, and the varies
rings and imnldpolies thai run Grant's
adminirtration and plunder tho West
and South, 011 thu other.
Wc have reahon to hope that thero
will be large Democratic gains in both
State! If thus hoj is realized the be
ginning of the end of the baleful influ
ence of 'nrotoetcd intcroits" and legal
ized uioiioM)lies will have been reached.
It imiy be that these States will again be
taken captive; but thoatimc of their
emancipation, 11ml ol the emancipation
of the whole country draws nigh.
Money, Radical rings and monopolies
iro powerful, but the jople, fully
nrou-ed,are more powerful, and am and
rooucr or later, tcitl triumph.
THE (.'Alt All AdAlSST HEVllETAlll
VOX.
The Ciiieinnnati (lvth a prominent
lepublican organ takes serious excep
tions to the movement now being made
by prominent Pennsylvania politicians
to ou-t Secretary Cox form the Interim
department beeauso ho would not jxsr-
ink a campaign committee to a.sess tho
clerks in his department, aud iudulges
in some plain and pungent remarks.
111011g "tbir thing- it remarks:
Tho 101' which thco riiiiiylvnlun
hnvo r i.t' 1 it a pl m i-ui- bctuuou olllcliil
impel. -.tiiity unit olllcliil abandonment;
bollix n ti'. iV'tny and protligiry. No tx
pootatloiu of civil crvico reform can re
main If a recklei patty com uutten U to Uo
licuiitl to black-limit the clerk of tho ex
ecutive dcpurlmuiiH, und to put out thorn
wlio rcliliu 10 luiitilll. iinu iiiu yiiciu
which would licenm 11 party committee to
plunder tho elork4 of the government,
would Ikciiid the rlvrk t plunder tho
eovurnmuul to roiunentnlo thumiolvej.
Therefore wo ibv that thoso rontuylva-
ulant have mudu an Mtuo butwucn ocono-
inv and nroOicHcy; between euiclal ro-
.jioiiilbllliy and otiieial plunder.
Coauurnos Fl-mu or $10,000. Tho
Dnvton (Ohio), Kvenlng lltraUl (2Cth),
chnrgiu thai a package cOntainiui; $10,000
from a manufacturing town in .Mnuuclui
ctt, win rvceivetl at an obicuru ruilroud
ttutlon in tliut diitrict, to 00 mod in the
intoreU of .Sehonck. Thee are tho iirgu-
inunti used bv tho protection ItudlciiU to
miiko liih tarill' mcinbur of Conrcn,
ninl it U corrupt gold which tluu luakui
litwi to opprest tho people aud ent out
their (ubstunco. .
tWu lenrn from all jcctlom of
WMtorii Kentucky, that tho tobacco
nutori iiro pretty well through with
lulling the tobacco. In toinu tcctlotu tho
crop U Urge while in other owing to the
injury Indicted by tho worms, it i not
cipial to that of last year.
Padutha Ktnluekylan.
GEN. WM. . ANDERSON.
Who lie U What lit bni Ihiut.
-.iuU
Mrlml ny lie Iiiiclcil of lllm.
I Fro in tlin Mt, Vrriioa Kicu l'rt'4.)
The man whoso name heads thU articlo
was nominated by tho late State Demo
cratic Convention for Concro al-Lartro.
Although ho i well known to tho pcoplo
of the State, wo yet bog tho privilege of
referring to hU military and political enr
eur. (joii. JWillinm Ilcnton Andorson U a
natlvo of Jetferton county, and son of tho
luto Lieut, (inv, Stlnsun II. Anderton,
wliecamo tothii State at an early day
from Tcnncieo, Ho was raided upon hii
futlior's farm, and hU earlier days 'weru
spent in tho hard and rough lubor ifeual to
farm life. When in hU teens ho was sent
to Buliool, und jubicnucntly roclored iomo
education for thQ legal profusion. Ho
however, never practiced law, preferring to
till the roll for a livelihood. In 1850 ho
win elected to tho Oonoral Assembly of
lllinoii,and tocatlnfautory wu hia couu
thcro to his constituents lit homo, thnt ho
was again reclcctud in 1818, mid served in
that capacity until 18C0. In the your 18C-',
ho entered tho federal army as n private
soldier in tho COtli IilinoU Itaginient.
When the regiment was miUtbrcd Into
the Federal service, ho was made Lieut.
Col., and was shortly afterward made Col.
Ho was actively engaged at tho hend ofhls
rogimont at tho battle of Tea KIdgo, Shllo,
luka, Corinth, Htono Rivor, Xashyllle,
Joncaboro, Atlanta, and many othor btit-
HLS'US AND
tlos of lest notoriety. In alloftlioso lights
hobeliavud with marked gallantry and
true coolness mid courage. During tho
latter part of his military carctr, bo com
manded a brigade, and after tho bloody
fight of Nasbvillo, was recomended by
Gen. Sherman, Jeff (J. Daris and others,
for promotion. Owing to tho complication
of red tapuatWashington.hls commission
i s Ilrigudior was not issued promptly, and
niter the full of Savannah ho resigned hU
portion in the army and enmc homo. Ho
loliovlng that the war was virtually at
an end, his busiucssathumo peremptorily
demumllng tlmt lie should attend to It. A
few iluys alter lie left Atlanta for home,
lili co'tuinisilon as Jlrlgndlor (cn. of
Volunteers arrived there, and for thobene
lit of thu Chicago Tritunn, wo will fctuto
tliat Is why lie is called General Anderson.
During tho progress of thu wur ho was
ffe'iiaiitly favorably mentioned by com
manders of corpi and Ocnoralj. of divis
ions in their reports to headquarters, for
callantry, hruvury und gonornl uiufulncis.
He Isona of tho few military commander
who retained his Democracy and talked
his Suntimonts during tho war. Ho re
mained Arm t all tlrnis aud tin der (.11
circUinstance,ndin lbJ voted, together
with nearly every member of his regiment,
for Outieru'l Ic-C'lollnn for president, and
used his volco in thuarmv and wrote many
letter! to hit friends nt homa to support
the Duinocrntle Little Mac. It is believed
tli u t his D cmocracv nruvciitcd him from
reeicving tnat promotion ho ha-1 frequsjnt
iv won long oeioro tuo war cnucu.
iVt A humane commander, we call upon
everv man who served under him to bear
us testimony to Its truthfulness when wo
assort that ho had no equal in the nriny.
Upon tho stirring Hold of battle, during
the toilsome mid wourlsomo march, on the
scout or In thu camp, his solicitations for
the welfare and comfort of tho soldier was
unboiiuied, and ho inudo no distinction
between tho shoulder-ilrap and havursuc!;.
This Is why every soldier who knew him
or served under lilm In tho army Is "for
Hill Andcnon.' W also take pletuuro
In ftntlnir that (Jen. Anderson did not en
ter tho army through mercenary motives,
but went on Ills own ucoouut ns u private
soldier. No glittering promises of promo
tion were held Out to him, nocommisilon
was sent in hot hasto to Kgypt that thcro
should bu no more JJIg Muddy, nor
anxiety felt that thero might boamthur
I'iucWucyviiie, as in tlio ca.o ot mo classi
cal Logan. Neither leaves, eagles nor
lar wure helil out as an Inducement, but
ho went m tens t f tliy.i.nnls of others uau
gone, ns limply "private Win. It, Ander
ou," not knowing or dreaming t ti tit thcro
was u show for. promotion from the muskot j
to Die sword.
Alter tho war. .Mr. Andcnon retired. to
hi" furmin ICIk prulrlulu this county. In thu
fall of lfcCO, ho madotwoor three speeches
in behalf of thu Democratic ticket iu this
part of tho State In lHCa ho was appointed
Democratic elector for tha Eleventh Con
gressional District by tho DomocraticStatu.
Convention. Ho made tho canvas of the
District alone with tho Judical eundlduto
for tho sutiin position, and doniolished Jiliu
at every )KiinU (Ion, Kitehell was an able
talker, "yet ho wis froo to ackno'wledgo ut
l-.llinglism una ouicrpiacei tuai .viiuerson
hud deflated him iu the discussions which
they had inudo thr ough the district.
i.atyear, Oen. Anderson wa el of tod by
a vervhuivy suaj- rity from thu Kepre
sentativc. Dirtrict to tho Constitutional
Convention. His record iu that body is
fresh In the minds of the people. It whs
distinguished for economy, reform mid
moderation. Ho was vory aetivo In be
half of thoto measures which ho deemed
right, yd he never burdened the Conven
tion with long and wearisome spoucbui
that were calculated to consume tlmo that
ho considered belonged to tno people. lie
won the respect and confidence of all the
other members, aud many of ills ideas and
notions uru now part and parcel of the Con
stitution of the State of Illinois.
(Sen. Anderson is a forcible and earnest
speakur, often cloquont, olways reasonable
aud never wearisome. On tho stump Mr.
Logan will llnd him a ftwiuun worthy of
his steel, and wo feel certain that the De
mocracy will havo no causa to regret his
nomination. In Congress he would prove
a tl r tn friend nnd advocate of those meas
ures best calculated to benctit tho pcoplo
of tho West, and particularly U ho sound
on tlio great and important question of
free trade. Unlike his competitor ho
would sjiHVr his right arm to bo severed
from his body beforo ho would barter
iiwuv tho interests of his constituents.
in Egypt hu will carry everything be
foro him. In tho North ho will reduce
Logans majority sutHcieut to make him
the noxt Congremun from the Statc-al-Largo.
IlncUrd
( Krom tlio pIi lb) villo 111. Lender.)
Culver, Vttgo !t Hoyne, tho lllack Re
publican county' blank prlntors, who
furnish our county oilicUl with nearly nil
tho blanks used, wero docked on their
bills in tho Dcuiocraticcounty of Jefferson,
where (Jen. Andorson, tho Democratic
candidate for Congressman at large resides,
as follows s On ono bill $7C was claimed,
roduced $ii 10 and alowed $15 09. On
Hiiuthur hill 49 70 was claimed, reduced
$2 01 and alowed 0 70. And on another
$43 81 claimed, reduced $10 01 and allowed
lan 77.
Does our board of supervisors look into
this Initio swindle of county blank printing
as practiced by Culvor, Vugo & Hoyno .'
Tills eouiitv blank minting can ho dono at
home and (ho money kept at homo Just as
cheap, if not cheaper, than the lllack Re
publican tlrm of Culver, Pago & Hoyno
lurnisii tneui to our iai"ucrK,,u wuimm
r.ip
Tho Lender U evidently on tho right
line in this matter.
ve gri:i:nwai.i
MACHINE SHOP
STEAM ENGINES, "BOILEHS;
Gopper and. Steel Irtm. Work
No. 2 S Kus Pearl Sire aiiSS
Lcavo Ordcrn nt lluicn's Old Stand
SMI AT TIIK I'UMT.OmUK ,
FOUNDRY
lt.V 11,110 ADS.
SPItl.VOFIKLD j&
MOUTH I)Al4TEll B. .i
On und arier 'ITifersslaf, Xp'ril lAth
trains will i iiiuis fdllotTS :
ootxiisuttiiKAur ti!AY Briirirt.n.
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Kxprexs - 4.IU r. M,
mil l xo.itiirnltl nA, .
r.xrro'K ,..i3n a. m,
Mnil 1:12 I'. M.
Mattliisvlo-o rnnncetinn at IMni lti.4llllnoW
i titrl It. It. for Cnir un.l nit t-oliil south, nm
Ctitrl
Willi tho In-1. .1 .St.
l.i
US K. II.
, firr In'llll'iniol.
nnd MinlsTllle, unit nil paints east nl soiillieiot.
Aisn, nt ."j.rineiiei't witti ttifl -ioii-io, Di"n .v
WV-H inll. II, for Oiilnrr nnil all rmlnN wet, i.ml
srltlitl.si tliii-nif'. Ht LolilS It. It. fnr Ft. ljui
knl CloeSjfi, nn'l nil points notlh nnl nortlnrc'l,
V. DODTiK, acn'lfcurt.
JOHN FOiifJITT.Oen ITieket Ajjt.
tint
Q
UICItIT kouxi:
FROM
TIIK MOUTH,
,.m.YIA
ILLINOIS CENTRAL fl. I
Ht. l.siuia, I(iilsvlllo. Ctiirliuiis.il
Chlciigss, ovv Yssrk, Ihitssu
,...AVD ILL
Points TjimI mid Xorth
SI'- S" U 1 K
l'iltien(Cr Trulim Anle nnil li'iit
S'nlro lu rsllswsi i
Hall . Rayms.
AltltlVK-'JiOO A. .11 'iMl'V, M
I)KI'AHT-'4l03 A. 9Xi .,..Lli4A l. M
lloth ttnlns ooiinK't at lotrttln with IraiDK on th
MAIN XIjJE.
Pan. Ilccnlurt Hlnomliisrjou, K1 l"uso
I.a Nallr( Mrmlnla, Frrirl,'(alriiN,
Iiiliuiilt , aust'iUI, iiolnl In 'Illinois.
Sllssonrl, .MliincSotn, Wisconsin and
Iowa. r . ,
Ati'l with line running IAt ao'l Wtit for
St. Imls. Sprlngncld, Louisville, L'iu
clntiatt, Indlaiwpolls (.'elumnns,
An. I At Ulii'AKo Willi Michlft-nn CtDtrnl, Mtchl
. Moullirm, wi'l Pittslmric, Kort Waynu
nJ UiiuAKU K,iiliiibU (or
IlKTKOlT, MAO.VHA TAtiW
I.IIANV, NKW YOIIK,
im-fl'J.S, MTTs'lltltO.
I'llll.AIIKI.l'lIlA, IIALTIMOIIK,
WAHIIIMiOK CUT. KD1
ALL POINTS EAST.
Fnr tliroaieh ttrkitx nn.l
Al Illinois uiu'j Hullnia l
lnjrinj.l.f u, l2ly
;tl. , . .
W.I'.JOII.NbO.N.'
(lenerkl Pusnrnitor Aiifut. Ctilciio
,M, IIUOIIITT, (icne-mu(TiDien.uui.
J.JUI
illN.-tlN, AKat, Cslro.
QAltls Is. THOMAS,
1- riatl lo do nil k.n l- ot
PAINTING
KlLWMlKI'sMXC
PAPETt. -tiiiLiaoiKrc!-wnor1.
IN THE PERRY HOUSE,
(ium:kjiiih:iai. AVK-M'i: AM
S.IUIITII NTBKtrr.
-. l. tln only fir-t-tl Sica TAlnter In
T
nniM w
OHIO I.KVlIi:, AIUO.
FULTON ie SONS, - - Proprietor
Are N" Isil'iill (liieriillon.
Mmid, Felliin A Ahio nre winred t fiinii'li
nil ail. . I-of Hour of lli l-r.i iMiUy, nn.l nl-o
Mill K' I of nil Mild, (imli.iln Hour, Ml i
or la lex iiiinnl ly. inula from tlio U l Wi to
KARSL8 7AED.
ZiiCKUi:iflisi,
ItY A CO.,
i:ivi:n
TIlACTIOAIi
ners
MPOUTKI OP ITALIAN MAltHLE
.nrnix'H ouanitk. ac. .
WAUKIIOOMS AM) WUIIK HIIOl', COUMlIt I F
TlIIRt) ANII ST. ANN KTltl'.ETH,
Monument. Vault, tlrsvn Hlones, Mnntles,
tuuiiililii?. t'i.'.. exeeutiil wllh sui'crinr ioilf-
iii.uianip, at liiwiwS price.
KmhIuIi, lli'rinnii ami llehnw letlejlnit ilouo
In thu lieil Htyle, ...
MitrliloHtnl Oranito Kiiinre, hy the 11 i:iiIii
tuii'snf Kurope, tnipnrti'il.
All wnrK KUHroiii''''W
Knrilesiyu, npply lo
AItl. Is. THOMAS, Altcut,
CorniT Klxhlli Hlrwt nml Coiuiiu'iclurAmmc.
IIIA) lilltWtlll
BOAT 5tOF.ES,
KM. ViXtMYK.
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ll.
1 1
GROCERIES,
,..,SMU...
IE rovisions
110 OHIO LEVEE,
t
OAlro, Xlllnolaa.
1L jL . j
BOAT
STORES
Savings Bank
Cliurtcrvsl M arcli .H, 1800.
orricK in
H rational II nil k
CAHtO, IM.I.VOIS
iFPici:itH i
t. 11. HAKFOItl. I'rpsldenti
S. f. TAVMHt, VliSe-l'renl'lMilt
W. HVrtl.OI', Heoretiiryaml Treniurer.
Diiti:cToitst
V. W. HAItflAV, OIIA". llAMflllK'l,
V. M. sroCKVI.KTtt, I'AUJ'l. HCIIirll.
it it. cf.NM.sinnii.. w. v. iiAiii.tmr,
J. M. l'llll.l.lfri.
ISriinslts or any Amount ItsicMvcil fraai
Ton Cent Cinvarits.
Interest piUd on ,tepojltii ii tlio rule of 0 per cent,
tier anauiiiMarelilt ami HeK. li.
InterfitnotwIllKlrAwn (inilieiljmtne.lntely to
tlio irlneliiH ortliounpositii, ineri n)- KmK"ii"'
Coin tounl interrt.
Harried lVoinun uuel, Children
Mayiicpoi.i mcaay siihai
XOONK Ki.su vs uiiaw it.
tvn evtryliUMliii'n ly lruin u a.m. tn a pan.
li.f HatiirUy uinlnit lur HAVI.NU UKl'Urfliy
only. Irititi i t'i Bo'uliuk.
miliMtf W. IIYHI.OI', Treasurer.
first mmi B&NK
or
- I. OAI JEL O.
r
.VNir.I, lll'HI). B'rriltleiill
KOIIF.IIT W. .1IIM.i:it, Vlci-I'rra.t
J. N. lirillllW, Cashier.
LCollections Promptly Made,
IiXvLhiiics.'. t'hlii, Itank otc
anil Ifnilfil SlaU H Ncciirl
tis" llontiir mist
Sold.
Interest AllotTOd on Time "Dcposltn.'
rjtm:
CITY
mm bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
npital - - $10,00
V. P. IIAM.IISAV, PrvSliUnll,
A. II. SAh'K(lltl), Cnriifrri
WAbTKK II Yrir.SH, Astlalaiit Caaliler.
i
IMUr.C'S'OKN.
SUMS Tailor IV. I'. llalllUi.
rot t Ukltr, Unlit. II. I'linnl risli
(im. II. WlllUiiiknn, sfilin tllr.l,
A. n. Sarror.i.
TRvoliaiiKc Coin ami
HI. S. Hloiifl JCoulit
and Sold.
X)opoKsltoM Xlooolvod
IIU
A (SKNKIIAI. 1IA HL'NINKft
C0.1L.
1 OSS' CO A Ss "YA ICI.
FOOT OF ELEVENTH STREET
Mount C'arlsisii, 1u Quoin anil
Olilo isivcr
, niii Nil !' on llniiil.liiul itrllvvreil
lit any pari ol llm city.
I'.vory I.uittl nf Coal WciKlii'il. aud full
Meaiiun' (Jlviui.
mi siiiaix e;s.vi. ri-u.iHi:i at s.io
,, i;i;it wn i.u.n.
Vrlor left nt tho ilk o Hillbi'lille.l iininollati ly
JA3li:S KOSS, IM-op'r.
o,t:itf
y.U. II. SC JIII TTKH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer
Wines, Liquors
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
' Afteni ffrrfieiifbrnnila'of
G1CEAM ANJ STOCK ALE
...AXU m.
Xmportod Alon otTcliir
foront la.ix3.rtass. l .-
t
HtU;lLliCTIO.
HELLMUTH COLLEGE
lloaril nrt'l Tuition ntr nnnnni, f 2".M.
HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE
luaiiuunUiMl .y ll.It.II. IViiioo Arthur. Itoarilaiiil
Tiiitfimvevalinuiii, iiM. I'resli out. JJio r
Uor. I. liollinutli, I). I)., IVjn of Huron. BO l-or
I'.utieulurH rily M.W lit'"i "i 3 j 1 y
UY CJOODH
IN VOUIIT1I
VA1U.
WM. KLUG-E
H.i Introduced Wo Fourth Wnnl flrocery
tstabllslimcnt n
DRY GOODS
DEIMRTMEM
Knil.rntlni? every nrticlo usiiiilly lonrot In the re.
lilur dry gootU houses of llioclty
STAPLE AND FANCY MIY (J00DS
OF KVKKT IJESCIUI'TION,
Hosiery, Notions, Boots, Shoes
And complete assortment jenerallr.
The I'ftlronnRO of llm ml.ic la Inrlteil, the tiro
nrli lnr misrr.inlroln? Iimrll anvthlni In his lino
whether llty Uoodi or Urocerlo", mi cheap at
tnoy rna i- Lnnxiitanywnere in inocuy.
HMIKMRKU TIIK TLACRl
Next
loor to Iho Corner of Poplar
nnil Nineteenth Street.
The Grocery Establishment at
(ho Comer or Commercial Avenuo
and Sixth Street will be maln
tianed as usual, one or tho best
stocked in the city.
MIIN. . McClGE'8
CHEAP STORE
Is tho iliicu lo Kit the new nn J fanlilonnl!e
Largo Hair Rats
NKW NT V 1.1
ItllnaoH' Ni-iiol UiiIn ausl Kid
Itontss,
Mn.le eVpre.'sIy forfthoot fllrN. Alsn
Wido Snah, Xlitotoon
,V full itocl: of
Omuls, Hosiery. Notion, Kiel (llovts,
sxr., cc,
i-lw l:eeti no IkiCjIc nci nunt, sclU
Htrlot It Tox- O n nix
nil i!nsnucnt1v. enn sell nt .tev tliat vrltl re
tain fur her i .t.iMlilimi lit tho title of
TUE ClIIMI NTOIir.
1 Ifasrtnmlsi urn I nli. iAmtmltt ml fjinhloiiuM,
Mti will li'vr on niorr Mr inn phiii" lunuuui i
Sl . . w A I li o I M 4s. t.t.... fl.t.ltt I. IIU
Hl'Mirjr i us it nuj unri "nun m '
until yon mil on lir niHKinlly if yoti want mil-
llnery to. 'In
or hoiikii's nml
ill.lrrii' II en
mioi r, i tu.
in 1 1 1 r
rinvoi vin: i.otiiim..
I. WAIDER
COK. (iTII ST. .t OHIO LLVKE,
Cairo. - - - IIliiioiM
llaJut rit:i'Ue,liifutl nnil romi'leti'Mnek ol
mmm clothihg
AND
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Of every ili'icrililloti, whiehlll he wihlnl Jirn'.
ll,:it will not Ull losilitull vmrfhA'-erif. Ivrlu t
hlHiia'rtiitoi. . in hikk or
Shirts, llatsS, aps, tc.,
Is'iiotexeille.llii ftilntof oriee, ftjle nnil mil"r.
lul In this or miy other mnrket.
t'Ai.i AM) si:s: iM.ii.
Q W. c.iii:kx.
Smfsirlo Kulll,OreeiiAfo.l
FLOOR AGENT
An, I fieuernl
Commission Merchant
CAXKO. TMjJj.
V, Ayrrs.
YKUS
i:. j. A) en.
.V CO..
DKAI.KI.W IN
FL OUR
,...Au l (ienerul
Commission Merchants
NO. 133 OHIO LEVEE,
cairo, iraiarora.
Q.AIsliiN'8
Read Disponsarj
Kmlililio.l In l.'). an.l chatU'rcil lSiil,
, ..II .M ,,f A Blll,ltlls."
.1 ,-n,iu,'ll, ', tin , ......
..I.l. ni ,,, I-.1I1 ..i.'s. A euro I l"'f
i L-,4 Sf
,lAJt'U,
vary easo unJttlPkl"- r
I'or JBaI
Kor feiimK'.. Waiwntw
etc. I'rk'.i ji per Mn.C
SI Mill
11 wtiperinr quuiltv ir
ii ... .. Cull .I..HI iiw
: t3 hit I
a ilA.ir.lul -mvinti
M.-.lf.lil 'livinr
Iretitlseou ItiaulioJ
ri'iimrks wpoi 1I11J
KOR SALE
cim I'll Itn L'oium '
mid riii;r.ivlnK, . ' . V
Suit 111 H'llll'il 1,
cents.) Aailrvfa.,ilV(,rputl((l(lt;,.i.
Galon'sHuisMsi t miru
D
10 J
mmea
im.,IO!lN HULL'S COLUMN.
jyn. .IOH IIXXIAN
GreatRemedies
dr." im BULL
Mnntlf ..'Mrcr r.tven'l. rol tho
CELEBRATED
Smith's Tonic
S TC? TTT "S3
roil TIIK..
CUBE 9? AGUE MID FEVER
ca
Ola. ill ft fvixel 2?ovor.
rvin:
rrovrtHnr nflhla Fh1olrAtil mr.llclr.n
x
inslly cl liims fur It n Mtprrinr.ty oernilrc
Ilei ernilirc.ltotlioMililir.,r tlw.iff.
mei
'iiiei sernmrc.totlio.iililir.,r lhns.iV, -i
i, p'fi'lf 01' frmAnrrt art of Agiir, nn.l I rei
tain,
I'.'no'rrt crrt of Abiio unit 1 rer,
or I. i n ftn. I 1 UT. hi II,, i-nr -lu rt nr Inmr
stauillnif. IMreliTS to tli i nt.ro Wrslcrti aiw
Sotllliitisteni eutintryti 1. r Imn Ut.tii .iiy to
thu truth of the n-.ertun, tut in nn imi-h
HluiluterwIM it fill to cure, if Ilia ,t.r,u.i n4 am
striutly lollowr.l nml cnrrii-l out. In n iir.nl
ninni oa..c n d'nclo ilosn h.is been mtlV n ut lur i
L'lire.niiil whole Ininil i 4 lii ln wirr-l l.y n
.inirio iKittm, unii a neirr..i rf.itor.iunu u ilh
iKMirnil liciiltli. It 1 4. liowi ver. i,ril.,.U. e n I in
very cmo ninre eortaln In cure, If lUticais ion
tlniD'il InMimllerilnses fnrnMvck or two nfterUia
ill.rnru hn l-en clieeked, lnnro ospeelnll.v In IIN
tlcult nml Inns Mnmliiii; nun. I'simliy. Hi 1
meillrlno will not require nny niil to keep llm
IiihcIs In Kiiul oritur tkliouU thu tiatJi'nt.Jiouuv-
er, rrqulrn a rMhartifl tne.li ine, nnr hnrlnB
tnken iline r four ilo.e of thu Ionic, asiniflu
iIoki nt llitllN Vccelnlilu I'r.liillv I'llln
Hill Lu rull.c lit.
Dll. JOHN l!t'M.'H rriWipMomi ei
NO. -10 I II TJI, (Crov.s Street,)
Xjoulm-frlllo. liCy.
T!Jf jilJiilc'ils(nit H ttuil Worlil
ulilo ikcmlor':
IIlAVh reccive'l mnny tesltmonmts Irom
Hvie'sloniil nnl mr.ifcal men, ft my nl.tianri
mi'l v.irlnus iuil.lic.it i'.tH h.ivi'snnnn, tillof wlnoli
nreRi'iiuimv Ihu follointrlriim n niitiiiy e,in.
riitt',1 ami jwinlr j'hj.-.rtmi In tlforKii, Mor-
Inltiiy one ol tlio sto.iuirrviiiiiininc.iiams
1 II.IIC OVtT rt'Ci'ITi'.i, in. 4iiiit'iis Hniiwa.i.
.u i!v uhnt hi. htii'.ik nf. nml hi. tistlmunv ,le
t ries to h" wrltti'ii in tKtters of ol,l. Ilgnr
liliaillio L'ociur n) m uiiis, nuii i"
troycr: .,..... . ,
I llinsto. , iitiisi r v. "" . i
JllBn Ti), 1SW'.
lir. Jons llri ti IVar Birt t liavn recently
Riven yout "Worm HfStrorr" ftturn) t. ' ,
nn I'm. I it wenilerfully titi avion. Klin- t
fiilleil lu n smlu innuuco to ii.uc i , visiii- i-i r
etrevl. tnm lining a pntty largo etmniy rr.H'tnil.
nnil linloil illy l fur sumo nrllclunf thu K. ly
I nm frre to ronfi'x .h.it 1 know of no remrsn
rr-iiiiiiiidn,li'il hv Ihu alilvst Aiilhorilln Hut Usb
ovruinnc'l ee,lyliilticileci. Uu tiovutryry
tln'i nro iiiierrininin tlio u.xlniii. .My oLJiclm
wrlliiuou Is lotlmlout upon rUM ternn 1 rati
Ki't Iho niU'lleliio illret lly inmi jmi. If I ran iri'l
it lllioii u.uy tiTliii. I sJuill Uso upif.1t ileal nl II.
I Aiti iiMarn th.it the Hi" ol siichnrlieli Isrontrnry
to tlio ti m lunis anil prai-tlcoof arent majority
of the rr.-Wur I nn ili.i'Si.lniK n remedy whiehwti
know to In suiliuii'Ut, simply bccmifu mo tnuyliu
iKiiniaiilof it. coiiibluMinn. Turin)' trl. I sliull
iiuku Un rulu to tluu nil nnil very me.intto al.
lennto Ku3eriai; Immunity Mh.li I limy Ui aU
to cotiumui'l not hnsllMlu !ccau aonm un
Hint ii liiKeiiloil" thu inv si'lf Imio femm ,I it.
rtli i t nrt, nr.il '" lire l tlio kola right to sw-urif
Ih it kii4i' lii1. iluMnver, I anlly no im iinioi
aJviK:a:oorfiii nortcrof Iholhoiisnii'l of a.'iihUp
iii!lrunii tlHtriochl thu uuiiniy, Hut n rj-irt U
mm nil inunnerol ilie.ie lo Jil.-li Hrh I. hrlr
rlciiso reply 'oi n, mi'i iinoriu un- oi jour imi,
term. I um,ir. ti ry rivi. ; iriiny.
JUi.iwn j . i.i.i'..'ii..- i , .'i. r.
SARSAPAB11LA
ltcutl (do t'.iiitnln'a J.cttcr and
tlio l.ullur ti om hU lotiier :
Uentoa ItatrMtt. Ho., April), ISM.
DIt. JOHNl'l l.l.-P' vir: l.'n 'Winilw elh.
'Irtiry if you: Pi awl H.o In uiU-S nU'l
IM'IH lli ial oiiu. t... .1 I'.'-i's". I sviia you III
followltu nl iii inoiis ol myelin!
1 has" Momi'li'il nl'Ul two yer ajfo wai taken
prisoner .m 1 1 '"'"'I ',rsilen iiixutlis. lining
mut.si s" .t. :. my ''''"I ii'U"i IH'aSeil vet.
I Imveni.t -t iiiiiiitio.in'nl aiueo 1 vim wouinli'.l,
I nm h "l IhrouKli Hi" JuP. A'y BiieriU heiillli
. inilor,"l, ! I nsxvl i.ometliin to aist na,
inn'. 1 hnii' Hi"" f ' "1 111 ulr i-ainjinri!la tlun
in rs III nil l" I hu1i 1'i-U Hut i L-i'iiuinn.
I'h'i... .ii i.-i Me n hlf ,omi l.itil.w, intJ
,'i & ' CUT. C. V. JOII.NhU.V,
1 Bt. IaiUW. jfo.
n n TiioMIIowinu uu.1 written Auril 3D. W.
l Jus. Jeiiuio J.iauou, loaiuvr oi t
Capl. Juhu-
.on j
nii. JOHN' IlL'I.I. Il.'ar Hlri Mrhu.l.an.1. Dr.
O. H. Ji hni"n, wa a Skillful aurueou ami I'hysie.
inn m t'viiirui Ni'W York, whoro ho dH"l, ..nins
un nun i i Ji'iins.in in my u.ir. ,i inirirrn
)rrn of ne, he h.nl n ehrotiio illnrrhva nuJ
.rrofuln, ir Hlui'li I kuWiIiiiii yoiiri9.irsaparill.t.
IT 1 lllll.U lll.Hl I Hire ior icn yiarn rccoin.
liirli'leil It to tunny in Ni" Turk, Ulilo ami Ion a,
for scrofula, fascr soren, imJ iteuerl itelulily.
1 Vrl, ''l sllCueiH nns Hlllll'ie.i ii s isrrs tyrntu
in i.ni mm c; ttnjiu aJ it cr tutu icttt uiuii
wiriioii.'sj. laiinerynnx una tor iny win lo n;iin
Iuito re i'our.0 to your MirniurllU. Un u ftiirful
of KettiUKii spurioiH artii'le, hooee hla urltlup to
oil (urn. III H"iinu Ki'ro isrimiv, uui 1 w
lai e tioill recover
lVi'SWH:ililliT.
JUi.MK OllNiiON
Cedron Bitters
AITIir.NTU)
BOCintlKMS
Arkansas -IJ-r?1" "
. :A?K?5. iU". ..('ii!r),
'i.ri.r at Niu..ii.ll, .1 l
WnshiiiKleiime. lKI''U'l -1)11 1'onjiu'i 1. 1 11.
ovir tlio 1'asiutll. o. tih r It'll IHU'ilK- Pi ui
Mi), to i 111., (.-uiij.iyii t-xi-eiitt',!;, ii..l '
0 p.m. ' , , i.
TT ItBHIUJSOj: Tiililswi ' . 1
betuicn Vashhwtv.'VV anil Vi'nli.u.' t .
OInoi-iJU A-iuunielil AttlUUr, MM.U r.
J ll)l;.V0l: tonirr .No'ih aal Walnut
OWICK-Corner Sixth Slrect ami Ohio Iia,
oFKJCK 1IOOIW 'rom 0 a.m. to IS m., aisl
l.ioni .1to0.iu.
ii mi

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