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BY JOHN If. OBERLY & CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, OCTOBER 21, 1870.
ONLY DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.
lie
t'ruiu Him Ad'tris, of Democratic CnngNMtnen
l.cl tli cr(! In- no dissensions about mlsor
iiiiittci H ; no II tint lout lit dlHCimslon
iiMcm! imoiiIs; no manlfestAtlon of
iinmnr or imowrlntlTo feeling no
SiicrllliMi of tint canst! lo KntUfy icr i
sonnl nmoltlou or resentment.
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
VOIt PONIIKM XTATK.AT-f.AKOi:,
UKS. U 11.1,1AM 11. AXIilCKNOy,
Of JIIron County.
, loll uTATK TllKAftUllKIl,
0 1 1 A II I. I'M HUM J I.KV,
(l :lllMnill CoOlil).
InK tflirKIIIKTKXIiK.NTOi' I'UIILII! l.VNTtH
TIO.V,
en iKi.r.H ii:ixnk,
of I'eoila County.
li.U I'KXITKNTf AHY CoMWIlnXXR, (l.ONO
TKRV.J
ut:s. Kit i.vcm r. niikhmax,
or C"ic Couoix.
rou rr..viTnsTiAuv commismoxer, (hiokt
thusj
T1IOMAH IlKIIWONO,
Of Ad.ins County,
von co.vuiik x;iitii imrthict,
KM.. .IOII. M. t'UKIIK, or Ukll. Co.
yoU KK.VATOIIS, lT DlHTIUCT,
S. If. C1IIISO.V, nrfJallalln Count)'.
MOM AH A. IS. UOI.COnil.or irnluM fo
loll KKI'IIIWK.VTATIVK lhT WSTItlCT,
II. WATHOM WICBU.
rou Miir.unr,
AI.KXA.VDKK II. 1UVIM.
rou coiio.vkii,
JOHN II. liOMMMAN.
The Elections.
Once More, Old Chanti
cleer. Five Congressmen Gained
in Pennsylvania.
Democratic Gain -on the
Popular Vote 28,000.
INIiIAXA lKMOLIlATIC.
The result of the election in Indiana
ami Pennsylvania U finally iitmlc known,
;iinl chous gain fur the Democracy Uiat
were rcarvcly hojicil for.
In 1SU3 Grant's majority in I'onimyl
vnniii was 20,000. At the election held
on tlis 11th instant this majority was
reduced to .1,072. The Democracy
gaiiicd five t'oiireiiiien and elected an
iiideendeiit ltonuhlicau who ran against
the regular nominee. The IVnusylvii
iiia delegation in the next L'ongrcMi will
btaud 12 ami 12. lu tho )at Congrejs
it stood fi Democrats and ID Radicals.
In Indiaimtho mongrel jmrtylimi been
overthrown Iioko, foot and dragoon.
Tho Democrats have elected every man
on their Ftato ticket, mid changed tho
complexion of the Congressional dele
gntion from 7 to I, to ft to (5, and came
within four votes of making Uio deto
nation even. All this they did in spito
of tho votes of ir,0()0 enfranchised
negroes, and in unite of tho most dar
ing and stupendous frauds ever practiced
among a civilized people.
In Ohio tho Democrats reduced the
Jtadical majority of 1SU8, over 7,000
votes, and, despite tho hundreds of thou
sands of dollars of corruption money
expended, gaiiied ono Congressman.
And thus tho revolution goos oti.
Now for Illinois I
Look Out!
Kentucky ami Missouri Negroes to be
Colonized in tlio Hiver Countlca to
Vote for I). W. Muiiii.
The fact has bceu disclosed that tho
Hadieal clique of Cairo, that claims to
run Iho party in tho Thirteenth Con
gresMOiml district, will attempt to defeat
tho will of tho majority in tho district,
by colonising Kentucky ami MUmiri
negrocx in thoe fiver precinct where
ltadical judge "ml clerk will conduct
the vliclion I Wo admonish Democrats
of Pope and Mtisstto countios to bo ou
their guard. The mwrujiulou jKtrti-
mint of J). W. Munn have their paid
agent at oork among the ucgroei of
Krniucky and Mimturi, and unless
measures are adopted to guard tho ballot
box against fraudulent votes, dozens
and ."cores of them will be CMst, in all
those river prccincta, whero the judges
and clerks of the election can be cor
rupted by ltadical money.
Let Democratic papers advise their
readers of the bao designs of Mr.
Munn's partisans in Cairo, and urge tho
adoption of measures that will prevent
the re-enactment of the disgraceful
election farco recently played in the
river town of Iudiaua.
The votes of Kentucky and Missouri
negroes mast bo excluded at any cost,
and Democrats, aided by honest Radi
cals, must exclude them.
The
Radical Clique
Cairo.
oi'
llrown, Custlee, and other KudlcaU to
he Sacrificed lu the Interest
of Naa Mann.
The friends of Mr. Muuu are alarmed
at the prospect. Tho Democratic party
is solidly against their candidate ; near
ly one half of the KubsUntial white
Republicans of Alexander county are
against him, and ttcorts of black Ko
publicans are unalterably determined
not to rote. 1 hero is, therefore, abund
ant cause for their alarm. They can
make no inroads into the Democratic
irty ; the Republicans who know
Muun, are fixed in their opposition to
him; and tho negroes, who have
avowed a puri'MO not to vote, cannot bo
tudged from their resolution. In view
of this untirouiuinir state of affairs
they have formnl tit dnprrate rrtdee
TO SAt'llIPICK MARTIN V.
MOWN, TUB RADICAL CANDI
DATE FOR SIIKRIKP IN Al.KX-
DKR COr.NTV, AND .1. .1. CAS
Tl.KS, TIIK RADICAL CANDI
DATK FOR A SKAT IN THK
STATU SKNATK I -
In pursuance of thl? termination
the word has gono forth to the pliable
iufttrumcutH of tho party, IrVinprfa tke
country precincts of AUxtader eounty,
and in tho different eotnticr of tbo
First Senatorial diitrict, to'cin i TtlKHK
Rkow n ok Cahti.r votes for (ink vdti
rnn D. W. Mu.vn ! Tho Cairo lUdi
cal cliiuc, that asnunio to control the
party in Southern Illinois, are
determined that Uan Munn. oust
of iu members, thill not It drftaltd
if tin uierifict. of tverjf otkrn Radical
candidate in the dittritl mil kuk hint.
Knowledge of tkis dcterrainition comes
to us from reliablo aonree, aad that
Democrats and rcspectablo Radicals
may take measures that will tmure tho
defeat of tho end aimed at by tho
unprincipled arrangement, wo avail
ourselves of tho first opportunity pre
sented to publicly cxpoM it
Muun and tho Cairo Post
Office. 1 HISTORY OF THE I5TMH1UK, AND
1 REPLY TO A LIE.
XuurOiuIii t OiuirgvwBUek wm sot
Md HI Oullly CmilBe-Wtir
Muuu UriM u Kaaaijr f Ur
hamA I.I or lluiili Malltd lo b
CoaaCcr.
In his Into Cairo spceoh, Mr. Munu '
used tho following language,:
"Now, I propose to notlrs, la a few
words leverul charges mado agalmt mu ly
tills man. Oborly, oa Friday night Inst.
Ho nays I had Col. Graham removed, In
ordor to socuroa place for my klnimeu
and personal frlondt. Thli is another
falsehood. He says I kocurod the ap
pointment of my brothor'a boy, cousin and
friend, tho ion of John Harbor in tho pott
offlco m clerks. Tlili also li fUo. E.
W. Munn was appointed on the rocooin
mondatlon of Col, Orahaiii tho retiring
poitmaitor,"
Hero Mr. Munn's guilty conscience
has exposed him. Kuowiug the short
comings of which he has been guilty
knowing what charges should! bo made
against him he lias replied to a ehtrgo
which Mr. Oberly did not makc.(
Mr. Oberly did not mention Colonel
Orahatu'H name did not make
oven tho most remote allusion to
tho Cairo post-office affair. And yet,
Mr. Muun, iu bis reply to Mr. Oberly,
entered upon as elaborate refutation of,
tho charge. It was his guilty cou-J
bcionco that made him apeak upou thin
subject.
Hut how does ho stand iu this matter
of tho Cairo post-oflico ?
At ono time be was a bitter enemy
of tbo lamentod Col. Sloo; and bo, us
much as any man, contributed to the
removal of that gentleman from thd
post-office in tins city.; .lie had then
while engaged in that intrigue, bis own
ends to servo as he has now. Col. Sloo
understood this and freely expressed bis
opinion of the Munn-Popc cliiiuo. He
denounced them us untrustworthy men
and unscrupulous politicians. With
Col. Graham, Mr. Munn was satis
ficd ; and, iu the Crcbs-Raum campaign,
endeavored to work upou the'-fcars
of Col. Graham and clerks, tcllim: them
that, if lftium should bo elected, Graham
und bin friends would all be removed
that Sloo would go in again; but that,
if Crcbs should bo elected, Gen. Logmi,
who w;us not friendly to tho claims of
Col. Sloo, would control all the ofliccs"
iu this part of the State,. and Graham
would bo retained.
Itut, after awhile, Col. Graham con
eluded that ho could get along "without
the Muun family, and dismissed from
ins wirvicc Jim .Munn una hvCrctt
Munu, and sonicrithcr Munnitcsr From
that moment Dau Munu was Col. Gra
ham's enemy, and worked to put him
out of office. j
.Mysteriously, tho Munn-l'opo and
Sloo factions of the Republican party
became reconciled. Mr. rope, no
doubt, was the mediator ; und being, it
the "outs," they put their heads to
gethcr to got 'in and put the Graham
faction 'out They suocecded ; pnd the
arraugoment was, that Col. McKcaig
who had been a soldier and was thooTlly
Radical iu Cairo who stood any chance
against Col.' Grabaai, should be be
made postmaster, ho agreeing that Col.
Sloo should bo Deputy and the .Munn
family should .receive lttprqper",atnotiiii
of official pap.
We know Mr. Munn denies this soft
imticachmciit, but what will ho not deny?
Does not every person aciniaiuted with
him know, that, if he bid been .one of-
thcdiscip1cs, lie would have denied his
master long before Peter did, and would
have betrayed Him loug beforu .Indus
did if he could have entiled the thirty
pieeM el silver, or half thatamou'ui,,byJ
his treaehery? Is fats spcocfa, Mr.f
Muasr nuwie tho denial, Md .assorted
that his relative Everett Munn bad been
appoiutod by Col. MeKeaig, on Col.
Graham's recommendation. That bo
deliberately told n falsehood in this mat
ter wo declare, and, in proof .of which
declaration, call attention to Uio follow
ing letter from Col. Graham:
xt. Unml. jiu, ocuiok-iitv.
Mr. J. It. Olxrlr, Cairo. Illi.,
Dkab Siut I too la the Hevitia .Vu.
of tho 13ili IniUthatD.W. Maaii. iu 'alAU
ipeueh at Cairo, told his audienco Uist t)ii.
NiUf js. rr. mubi, oaa ooon appoinits
U a position in tho. Cairo P. O., upon a ro-
commeBaation or 'mine, and had proven
lis lUtemont by Cel. MoKeaig. -la this
atMrtiea will no asabt appear venr rtranco
on my part to jar friends in. Cairo. I with
to isy tnrouga tno coiumni or your paper,
to tho pooplo of Cairo and tills Congn
lonal District, that it i$ untrue. What the
gentlemen means by "my reeommendn-
lion "iias no uoutu originated from it con
vention that I had with Col. .Mc
Klc a few davs aftor we i hud
recolved notico of hii appotntmont by tin) I
l'reiidont. I met Col. McKaiir on the!
itrcot, at tho foot of thd stairs leading to
ins omoc, ana toia mm A wuuea to ipcaK
to him. Wo went up to his office, and lut
down. I then told him that I had a favor
to aik of hlai, and that was, that ho retain
my crippled brothnr In tho offlco, for awhile,
at leait: that my brother was dependent
on me for a mpport, and that ho could do
but nuiq uuq imtjllana writoMJuO-l had
rstaln'od the ion of tho man that I iue
coedod in tho ofllco"fr a caiiildalt) tiuio
whon hit falhor would not iDoakUuma on
thq itreot. Col. McKcnJg replied that he
couldaot kvq mo an ariiworv he tvat
ukJtr UtigitioHi to Mt Jriendt who had as-
SlSTKt) HIM TO OBTAIK THR oVriCK,,,A!D
THAT TIIHIR WIS1IKS MCSTBK (-OXiVlTRir.
Col. McK. then asked how manv clerk I
employed; how much I paid each ufthuui;
how many delivery and how ijany
dlitrlbu$lnK elerk and some other ijuii.'
tlons about tho offloc. 1 To hii"quitlon.
about tho distributing cUrks I realied tlmt
K. W. lliinn and M, Jl, WUey Wd Ucn
chief distributing cleAi during' nearly the
whole 'time or my aaminiitration: that
mall rbiiu's .w4re constantly chaiiiilair. uud
MK.WKunhiil.otlMea in tho fa'f-
flee for nearly a ysar,- 'raaf w'y
mor-d&cut'f Mdrranyoni! Mrnd unon
IroinK.furthor qucitioncd) about' U W,
jnunu i wtuoi flioivoaiK mai l hiaii
DISCHAltOJCD. U. W. MUXX AT
TIIK SAMK TI3LK WITH. JAMti W.
MUNNJj'thaVK.W.Mu'"1 had bc'sn in.
duilrlous and fittontlm to luilnoii whilo
with ui. and that I fooad no. fault with
hlia epltlwtbdrt.f.It'aprr'(un that
I am thdliuf msu'ln .tha -world Hint any
(lie in Cairo would iukeuch anortion
againit, and sincerely hope that tho good
iteoplo of laid' city will oxhoneroU uiu
whether D. Wt llunn aadrCol. MuKouIu
ior not.' u ' i Yours truly, J
J. M. ORAHAM.k
1 ' J iTuirl WltlT'af uitockt. '
Tha Dorchostaa county (Mdl Stun
pubiiihes a itory of a romarkable chnnge
ofiax. Thadsughtor of Mr. HtitoU, of
Frcbcrtckipurg, of that county, suddenly'
illi4puuanl iu male attiru and wont to
rhlhdelpha, hut hai ilneo ret)lrnoil
luilitingthatboor iho li a mail, and re
fming lo don sgy other ooitumo. Ainui
tacbe attoiti ths truth of tlmno clalini to a
masculine nature For twenty year thit
singular porion has paired for a girl.
Munu, tho Substitute Bro
ker.
A GLIMPSE INTO THE INTERIOR OF
HIS FLESH AHD BLOOD MART!
How Ho Inveigled Vounir Men Info
tho Service nnd rTlthcld their lloiiufy
Monoy-'-l'ronilscs to I'ny iilSnlisllliito
Three Hundred Dollars Shores liliu
luto the Nary, and Forgets his
l'ronilse A Suit for flic Amount
Conc'lnslrc Proof of the Charge.
"Will yoimilk into my ntlort'
Hnx ilieHplder lollio fly."
After Hon. D,,W. Munn had escaped
from tho army, hu and his brother Ron-
jamiu uiitcrod into jmrtnership iu this
city, under the firm name of "Munn
atidjMniiu." They became money-getting
sharks, and had a sharp eye out for
all the stray pennies tlmt came near
the ends of their fingers.
The most profitable part of tho buni
ncss of the firm of Muun and Munu
wan substitute brokerage dealing in
the flesh and blood of their fellow citi
zens. I ;
,Amung their victims was a young
man named Donahue, a resident of
Mound City. Varcntless. friendless.
wltbouf n ironic, not yet nineteen years
old, inexperienced in ways' of the
world, befell into their hands, nnd with
what result is told in'tho sworn affidavits
publiilied beiow, for which wo arc
indebted to thnt enterpri-iug paper, the
Mound City Journal,
Young Donahue was ncconipauied to
Cairo by Mr. Rrodie, who took him to
the office of tho Muiiih, and iutroducoil
him to Daniel, with whom the business
was tranuacted. Munn annul to aire
lirodie one hundred ddlarn. and lima-
hue thru- hundnd dullan ami ohtain
fur him x.r day furlough if he would
gnynta thi- gunlxnit vrsin: Tho bargain
was made. The young man walked into
tho parlor of the Munh spiders, and was
sentaboard the rcceivingHhip. RutTHK
PUKLOUCU NKVUltfUAMlS. AND
ThE AIOUXrOFMOXKY PROM
LSED TO: MM WAS NOT PAID, if
hu is worthy belief. And more, we
ocre. told, hut night, hy Mr. lirodie. that
of the hundred (hilar jiromiurd to him
Jus only no wed twtnty.
And, now, let tlio witueses be heard
Read, uud be conviuccd :
DOXA1W1T8 KTA i i;.Ui:'J .
WO''Ki ClTT, IllKUU, )
Ofl. Will, W.
.EiloriltiuiJ City Juru,
Dkab SihiMy attontlon lint Juit Wun
ouiwwi cifxua cmimunicaiiou wnion
lately appeared in your paper charging
Dim Munn, ltadical candidate for Con
grcii, with being engaged during tho last
war in the snbstlttito baslneiiiut, Cairoaud
Mr. Maun's private denial of this charge,
etc. Now, hi a nutter of fct, 1 hereby
certify that, on tho Ifjh day of Jnnatiry,
18C5, 1 was n youth, oalv lu yean eld, nnd
wu cnticid liv the I'uir promlM'
in ef MilJ'Mr. .Tfiinii, iih u
HUlMtltUtO liiltku giiuliout HW
vice 1h llie 3llstMkliiiii Nuiiiui.
ron. ho)troiulsHirat iliuflmciu
Jiiij me iiiirip in Hnrvi! one j xnr
era ilrallcd frlriul. AVe together
went dowi to the receiving ihlp at Cairo
and tloro I wui duly enlltted nml lmve
inco lerved out my flmo and received an
honorablo diicharg
Mr. .HumiJIiHs never pnltl me
tho miioiint.'pmmlseil, ami afUvr
repeated dmintHgs I lmve ru
teredsiiUauuiMHt liliu In HioIMi-
tlsMtil csiniy Cireuit Court.
-i ino next luriiiitpiaiu Uoitrt, II ion
tain Jmtlco, Mr. Munn will bo compelled
io pay overio mo -thiramonnt he liui o
long wltliheld and which i honc'tlv duo
mo. MATIiKW DONAH lvK.
DOIVAnS OCfH.
fluUi nl llllimW, Vuhilt viuniy,ii, i
On this SOth day ot October, A. D. 1870,
personally appMru to'ore mo, tho Clerk
nf tho 'Circuit Cyurt of mid county,
Ifuthew Donahue, nVcildeut of sm J coun
ty, Who Lolug dnlyi iwuru on his oath
itatw that tho abovo and t'orugoiug utitto
munt U true iu every purllcuinr in tnh
itanro and in fact, which ho U ready to
vaiify, und further syi not.
- . . .M ATH.fi V DONAHDU.,'
.Suliicribc-d nod iworu to beforo uiu this
20tli day of October, A. D,
Wltnea luyjiimd'taudi the seal of
i..s. iad Court.
HENRY K.l'OTTEJt,
Clark of Circuit Court, 1'uluskl County,
Illinois.
41llOIIK' ;OXFIIMIA'IIO..
tiluli' of IIIiiiuIk, 1'ill.flil Comity, i.
.Ali, on this '.'0th dnr of Oetobor, A. I.
1870, poronally tipH:ir.l beforo uiu tlio
Clork of tho Clrtuit.Courtof mid louniy,
Manias lirodie, a rijlduut of mid county,
who bo inn duly wurn, on Ills oulli
slates thai, to Iths own pvrsouiil
IiHowledut;thc fuivlw sot lorlli in
the roreuolinr Malciiiciit iiindo
by !rIu,iliuH loiialiu are truo
in every imriit'iiiar. .,..
Hlito nl llliauN, IMUim Uoiuilv, .
Hubiorlbcd and jrn to before nto tlili i
20th day of tetober, 'A. h J t7p. '
witness in hand und tlio seal of'
ft a 1 a.. 1.1 '...! I '
ft . HINIKY F. TOITKR, .
Olork of the Circuit Court of I'lilinkr
County, Illluoli.
THE Ml.MMtlXH:
t.iU of Illinois I.
1'ulnnhi County J"'
Tho people of tlio State ofllllnols, to tho
Sheriff of Alexander County Greeting t
Vo command you to summon Daniel
"W. Munn and Ucnjamln M. Munn, firm
dolog business aa Munn nnd Munn, if thoy
a mi 1 1 oo lounu in your county, personally
to bo and appear beforo tho Circuit Court
ol iniu uounty, on tho li rat day of tlio next
term thereof to ho holdon n't tlio Court
homo in Mound Citv.in Mid Pulaski countv.
on tho llrit Monday of November 1870. to
answer unto Mntthuw Donahue, in a plea of
assumpsit, io ino iiamagu oi said piaintlll,
Fivo Hundred dollars.
And havo you then nnd thoro this writ,
with an endorsement thereon in what man.
nor you shall linvo executed tho same.
AVItneh-4 Henry 1 Potter, clerk of
our saiu t;oun, ana tlio seal tiiercor
at his ollk'u.in Mound City in laid
:... I'ulajkl county;, this 20th day of Oc-
libber j. ii., imo.
HENRY V. POTTRlt, Clark
By HENRY KHUMSICK,
Deputy.
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n iiiKiimlcl by II lt.ll. I'rlnc Ailluir. Ilour.l anU
liiillioi iM rmiiiiiiii. H- I'rc.iUnl. ,','.7)r
u.v. i. n..ii...ii.. i ii Jlkuin nf Huron, oo'l n
l'.irllruluri itpply In Miijor Kin.
.. I . Ill .
MEDICAL,
rjlllC CKLEDBATED
HOME
Stomaoh Bitters
Tlio Hct Tonic Ntlmnlant
xtiiown to tlio Ulcdlenl
Fneiilty.
tmlor.Pil liV rrnv nhv.lolan mhn Ka. ...mI..,1
thrin, union; whom nrnnomsuf tho moat ernlnvnt
In the rllr.H tidnir thn bt ami humit t.i..l..
Tr.oH Iliticri tiro prnmriit frnm the mom rnliiitMo
rootn, tmrk nml lirth known to mcllcul rclcaco,
unil are iincqiuloil mi ii nrcrrntlra ml euro foo
ITCVElt A9T AGUE
n I ill ilU Mit irlainit from mtrIoni rnutea
' 81. 1oiiK Mo, July lath. JI70.
Moi.-ri. JAMKJ A. JAOKSON A CU.-Orntla
men I rim uiiiliTKlffne.1 litvlns rrcrntlr had the
oiiortunlty to Ir.t tho Iue ef Iho virlotli mm
H)iinnn KiioHiiiihiirr inn nnmn or Miotnsrn nil.
cfi. wihnpi to monument vnu nnon Iho hftiitiv
oonililantiona nf rf mi'dUl jrnt whiahconiitlluta
vmtr M ftmn ltlllnr. lfn.in lilntf a p. I m.,l mt.m
liiilntvil villi tho rff dpi of your prnpnrntloB, 1
mu. t oiii'o rr.tivini'Ml thnt III u.nwouM prom
n nlmlUr irtlcli, ml allien I he oli.crmlltn
iiiKiiiT iu an iiiu.i wiiu .uiiiri in iiir i ill
rlli-ct In inr prlmto prnctico, I cn oolyivcom
tncu.l it a. th Ik-I Ionic now ntlVroil to the null-
He, ono hoo InrlconillnK trojortlon will (Jo of
i'. i WVJHI.ICOIO uio minim, mcronTkirwcni
ami tho lull. U.liKUlCKK, M. I) ,
vi i rritnKiiniWrnuo.
Mrmplilf, Tonn., Meet. 13, luTti.
II IIT" inn liloiwurn to will mine In the mn
tiMllinonl:il nhown mo In roKur.l to tho worth oi
tho "Horn momvh llltlcii.,r I Iitp tufil ihm
mi. I exuinmnl tho formula of which lli.r nr.
oninpo.oil, nmt proiiniinco thnm thoinnit nre
nUn Klltt.ri lui.t l.o-t ntuinnvlilo I liive Tf r irlil
mi'l woiilil roioinincni thorn more oipeclnlly In
iiiia-inniic icuigui Rami nniip.rimiir.
Jos. K- l.vycii, m. i)
InvMIAKH MolMlWnhU Into Prnllonlof thn
.mi. noun idicn,i uoiit'iio, un lor unto or July i.'lh,
1k;h, nulhnrii4'. to my, ho h cx.irnri tho
fortnuln for tho prfpimfinn of the "llomii lilt
tiT," nml BniN It I'ompo.nl ol tho moul f nliuUo
Tfiji'tMin ioiiii- kiiowt io mu l'iurnifuui
prix-i'in iii innnoixriurr niirii in in nrrire irom
. 11V - llirilllll Mill III. ii-f.aiijn 1 VAl II. Ill, WIIU Illf
lliiiliiKrwlii.nl. tlm full .Irrnplli of Ihelr rdiia'dlo
propottlo.. Ho nirthor nya i "Von may refrrto
ion ii- unlor.lc't Iho 'Jlomn llllli'r.' it inlhl
niiil-prrioiiio mimuiunl, or itreiil vnluo In una.-
muuu rri,nn".
HI ton!, July TIU, HTW,
Mir. J. A. JACKSON Ol,. " a- men
lUvlnn ii-l your Homo Hitler ' in the
rtlii't. un olhf r.pxmlmsl Iho tne,rillent u.
lu Ihvlr ouinii.(llnii, I ntn itl.ni"l that, ashlo
from their 1'iiiiliiliilnu nntlilnit lujerloui, Ihoy are
Iheli.'.t I Imi'Oti'r tneil. It In with pleasure that
I rri'itiiini'ii'l ihoin In n!l iirr'nti. ilH.lrnu. of tak
Insl.lttera. JOHN T. THMI'l.K.M. !.,
l'rof. Mnii'tln Mo. I uu ami Thrrnpeiillc.i, Homos
patio College "t Mlcoiirl.
HTIt ATTOA IlOtI
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS.
For Km la by all Ucllable DrugglsU.
mk ESTATE SROQ&S.
Q U I.ST0. .V CO.,
(HiKri-xsnr. to John Q. Harm an A Co.,)
REAL ESTATE
;ilITIOVEEIlS
74, Second Floor, OHIO LEVEE
Onlro, XII.,
Buy and Sell Real Estate
I'UHNlHIl AHsmiACTN OK TITLE
AMI IMICPAKftllONVKYANCKM
'I OA IX It (Nil I.
LIPS
"rn. if. HcuiJTTEi:,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer
..mI
Wines, Liquors
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Agon, for best brand, of
CltEAM AND STOCK ALE
XmportodikloM ofdilT"
foi'out lcludM,
9To. 7;MIIO LEVEE
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
COAL.
JJOSS-
COAL YAUIf.
FOOT Of ELEVENTH STREET
Mount Carbon, Uu Q.ol uhiI
Oliin K Iter
OC2 A-Xj
A coin! Kly llaiiJ.mnl lrllyrrd
,u -u ...ri nr tU ellv.
Hvirv iMd of t.'oul Wi'lgiKMl, nml TuhM
. "Measure (Jlven.
IllI tttlOIN OAI. rURMMr-,!!. AT
1:K OAK LOAD.
Unlnr.-i U U it Iho altko willt llllnl rniiiieJiiiti'iy
JAMKS ItOHS, I'roji'r.
srptSdl
Special Notices.
star CillMllM-MiwIial'i MMtllHsi
MigloArti, DmcOTerlei, IU?., corapriitsg Tshi
M luformntlon for CTrybdy.SntbysiUl,(fre
poti) for W cent.
Adlten K. E. XORMANDT, 01 Mirkst ikMt,
lnli. Mo. MJTd.Wlr
UteheleraHa.lr By.
TiiHti!,TBwoitD-doei not contiM ld
no Tltrlol poison to pumlyw tho iy.tm or ro
duce ilenh. It U prfctly hrmlci-ni4bU-nutnntineoni..
AvoH h Tsunted n "iiluilrs
epirntlom boutlnf! nttaihey donol Coimm
yotl would e.cnpo lh ilnur. Th r.nnin.
W. A. Dntcliolor'i Heir Dj hu thlrlv mil' ren-
uUllon to uphold lt IntferitT. Sold b u-
Kiiti. Applied it It Bony itrect, M. T.
norildlwy
Drake's Colleetlon
Of nrorly ono hu.idred recilpti for mivVl.n brandy
til kinds ol Wine, Oln, Ale, liter, Conli.ln. Uu-
pnrtoi Clilor, nml much nlher useful informiUoa
or tliiiiviiettlnjrlnormuuBMtatltguiy ofllie
bote, elthei for the trade or home we.
firnt by malt, free of poiUie. tor W eenti. Ad.
Irea,, It. E. NOHMANDr. UI Market ilreel.
LouN, Mo. aeir lida
ir tm wm
Material to make a dollar bottle et the beet Half
Beetoratlte mi ui.l lor reiterlac iray hair lo
e orif-u ai :cior, ina Meant, for a packa.
Ir too tin
Nlee Whlto Teelb, Healthy Guini.anJ a aveo
reithiend for our TUU1.I3U LKNTUIVIOk.-'
priui, 11 cents. .
ir rgo mt
A eur rare for lfcixtache, Catarrh. DeafoeM. e
buitlsif In Iho ein, lend for our HTKUXUTA
TORT, Price 33 cent. ' .
Klther of the' above Vent bo.l.nl,I i r.
Adilre.i JoMph K.
I.eehar, 4fl Marktt afreet,
lenitdav
H. LnuK. Mo.
aetllaa;jaarrled. ,
Ruaaya fur yoiuiif men, on Heclal Hrila aad Ike
,.iu.ncij r impruprieiy oiKeiunH married, vun
anlUry help for tho.o w lid (del uiiAlted for mat
rlinouial happiness, Henl free, lu lealed earol
opts. Adilrcit Howard Axoclatton, Uox 1', I'hil.
adelpMa, Ta. ' aeplliiUm
Uonk lo Hoar t'tilltlrea-Tke Ureal
Hoolhlnar Kem.dy.
MUM
I I'll... I'j.l I n mm. I , 1
WIIITOI.MU'S
SVHt.'l'.
iu inr i hii. vis, ana lacill-
i.ie. ,ne prooen
U'IIIUC.
MRS. I Subdue. (,'onullons I
,HlTC(IMIr.4 "1 oelooiueail die-
THICK
ft
"'I OK.Nrs
bl'Jilil'. I me'deut to in.
"'"v- I fant. am children.
MR8. leuresj Dloirhca, Jiraen-
Wllll'UOMll'H ;ry. wwauminer I
aritui' piaiix iii oniiiiren
' ae.
en of all J
lldrtn's BoltUir.a
1. 1. niKiirra. imam s anil uiilliiren's IktMh ri
Hemeilyin allillsorilrrs hrouxht on hy teething,
jrany oilier ciuse.
rrepired by Hie QltAFTO.V MKDICINH CO..
9U Louis, Mo.
noia uy oruiKtat and dtaleni In medlcino
icryhre. aenlyUaw
The lmperlekafala rernaaae.
Aaa rule, the perfumea now in me hate r' per
manency. An hour or two after ibelr nne I.
no trace nl iierflnwjA. Mo-"n'rt lUi
ault aiuiceoding the iim of Hurry and beamea'e
Florida WaUr. Psyl after IU application tha
handkerchief cihalea a moil delljhtful, delicate
aad agreeable Irafraoce. BarMeodly
A Ink Mr (ko Mlllloa.
GUIDE. Irlee'. er Uio..
il-)Ul to marry, cn the phyilologloal siyileriee
and r.Tla4ioai ef the texual lyiua; llk Ike
Islet! dieeoTtn.i In producing aad priTwIliif
od.prln;, how to preaerre the eompl.noa, etc.
, This le an Interesting work ef two kindred
and Iweuty-fonr pagee, with nura.rooi esfra
tinue, eudooelalna taluable inforuatloaler bnoe
who aro married or eoaUmpiate tnankaf , atlll II
liabook thatouekllo be kept aader lock aad
key, and not laid artlealya about tka hotua.
eeni h aay oaa yree or oooiafe) jor wuj eaaia.
Address W. BalU, Diepetuary, , Mo.aUabrtli
Klihth street. 81. Losls. Mo.
TNOTICK TO THB AFFUOTMD AND UN.
FOKTUNATJLtsi Hefora SDSlruu lo the no-
torioni Qeasli who adTerUaa bt aablM papere,er
uaiag any Msaaat widlas, peruse Dr. Bolta work,
4n matter thai your diieaee la, or how deplorable
your noadlloa,
Dr. llutta can lie conmlted, rsrtoually or by
mail, oa Uio itlaea.ee mentioned In hie wsrk.
OMce, No. U North KUthlh etreet, between Mar-
net aim uiemui. at luuu mo, aeuiraaw
OCULISTS AND OPTICIAN.
E
AKK AND COMFORT.
Tiir. uLtMUiuvmov eKw&MArrmturrr
There t nothmt; so TaluaUe aa Perfect Siski,
and I'urfuolMl.hteaa only bo ubtaiaedlr uaias
PKllKKOT HraCTAOtrrfl TkadlMrullrof Vro.
curingwUloh liwttltoow.
-1 -
KMun. LAZARUS t JIOtKa,
0CULlST5iJf 0 OPTf CURS
AKTrOB. OOIIM,,
Maoufaclurers of tha CoWkratad i
Perfected Spectales,
nnuic iftTiun ol Einerleace. Ksnotisktul
Mn,l Id? of costly machineiy, bean euab
rd u prodece llial (irnua Uesideralum,
Porfoot HpootnolsiB,
Which hate lieen sel l withunlunilert ttiatecilo-
lolhe wvartr. in Mwliiis.ll.. KUodal.laiid.C.inB
noctli'tit, Ni w iUnipshiie. riiuonl, Vuine.New
loric, oi'W itntf, r.nus, ifnuia, uwiu, assciutiui,
Wlmiiu.ln, lllluol', Miuneauta, Kansas, Uiaauurl,
luuu. and.ll the Urilish fuwioc, iliinag Ilia
lust sliii'i'ii yeari. The celebrated l'crlev1
hpiHlUoll'H , t
Ami taut many year, without change. Uessre
limiis A M"irl. kaa eppuiartJ
Taber Brothers
VA'll!IIM.VKi:itS. JK7:LKIt AMI
' . . bubs a AI a Si I
U 11 1 L A. I tin.
ler. Iii .11 klBdaot
Amt'rltMit nml Forelirn Watches,
Kiii Jtfu.lo liniond, uolld anirer, miea
Ware; also M.iiiii.ii'iiiirr. "I Jewelry aua Die-
lllilll.l HrttlllKS.
ISTo. 83 Ohio Ijeved
Bole Aitcuta fortkle place. rroiii.koM owl .
they bo obtained, hu rKiiuLKiiBrw....
LAIAKVl
MaaufacfjrlnK Opilclaai, Haroora),
anarlwlv

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