Newspaper Page Text
BY? JOHN H. OBERLY
KrniKllel.ldree.Inf DelnMtatie (Jong) eeetnen
r.ft t&ft ftiioiiftiu'iiwloii Abont minor
Jot In discussion
Iptlve feeling! mo
Mlei fttlR0MRseto gratify Mf
xmaiaasiHiien or rescBinwnt.
& V At
flH (;J!UREC trATK-AT-t.AnOB,
. UKSWtLXIAM . AJWRRBOX,
t - Of JefTerron County.
i ';oVtrlTi Tur.ANl'Wmi
C M ABXE$ B.IBO I.B T,
rF"M" w. m uov.
i itigiri vtiimr
ft . . ' i
Tf e-'i: -. i ,r
ui irnria inuni).
; . , TIRM,)
tt ) I : VBASCBeT. MBBBA,
f " ' t . Of Cook CoimtV.
, raiMNiTXtmar'ciiiitiMoxrR, (saoar
I . r . TMBMAa-feBBBB;
O- u of Adame county.
I I rmWxbiV!t ffifititaTHtcT,
'r0'JB XCBBBt af 1VIII Ce.
,1 !' -, i
tfO9XAT0HH ItT tlfTKICT,
ft ' OM.'KUCtlBMOII, ftlellalln Caaaty.
l O ,tfrtl,l'lIiJKJfTATT-lTllUTWCT,
L,oro ron suKRirf,
ftLKXANDB M. IHYI.
JOHN H. UOMNAR.
'3t f i
Tmi ItorAa'of'MamchuiatU uiq hold
ci ff MoVii'ltMBlBgtoti, bar formtd a
Ut.ta atiuL ani all tbantn tby caa
wraili Afi.a Uarreafon to toU. That
looU aa Uoug h thtro t a littla trouble In
J f 1 .' 1 1 ! 1 Hi' ,
Shall Untnn or While ctmntr m tha
baaarr lVtnocratlf county? tild Union
))HmUel to roll" up on tbouiand two
kuadrad ajorlty.fox CiwUawl 1U0 wkol
ralUic'UtT ;Tklle ikJnki .l.mu
Ur. DasocraU of Union, what "are
f wu geAf to do about It ? Can't jmi, by a
)B,;Mra pvMi.rtmch 1,600 T
Yai talaafc'lwifloiig Uon In the habit
f DoUtfng. U Vhr fact that tba KetiiocraU
laif tle3"Jobft JlorrlVtty to Congrti, a
aa avidaaca of tba Immorality of that
pa'tf Jf toMar,itoavart dU tb Dinx
crala laav Morrlny off of their tifbtt
tbaa tba BadicaU took him to their en
kMOBafid (ara iMkij him to aid thatn
alMftbilliaBlatl;City and county
Uavi ft heard from l'orry county ?
. If you hare ao atk aiy boneat Democrat
t up KaJlfal you may tnetfrota that local
Jd will tell rou that, e&ot with
landing Uaum'uajnrity of CWl, two yeatt'
aS,4tW Mnpn will not carry , tba wiunty
by orelT 394 f InAtcxandcr' county ,b,
' wltl'run ona hundred 'and fifty rotaa b.
bladkfttakat; and in 'iW dWrift be will
v!blra or 2,000 roUfboftlad'Col.CreUl
,Mk tba Byctioa.
ITNlOX amd Whliicounlii's are good'
for'f;. majority for Col. .Qrubn. If
L rarrieo no other counties in the du-
trict, how can the Munnitci overcome
I .tfcat-iiajorityf Tliey can't do it. Then,
.tharo i Gallatin with hor 400 Demo
prtW majority, .Halino with her tOO,
. , Hardin with her 250 ; Alexander with
her 150! Why, on the morning of the'
9th of November the Democratic" thuu-
der will be heard all over the Egyptian
dkias the moU terrifying thunder to
Radical earn that ever thundered ! -
MAYayouneaw rwm cu irgintaTMiatjVi!ly 0 t,ie pro,,0sitioiis Mibmit
,JIai .Xbaa lisienr The State has gone"
Domscrsticby .Uii.thouiiuul majority' !
TbolglilUraf Desnocrstic by moro than
a two-third majority; the Democrat have
ulected beirGovornor; tboy bavoeleotod
thelrSecrtfa'ry of 'state; and a solid Dem
ocratic delegation to (be National Con
fTiiV ntt: i
Last year tbo SUta sceraod hop1vily
JUdieaU i Tho leglsUtura W(U Radical ; iha
, Governor was a Radical, and the Congress
mowerelUwljcali.Now all these aro
DWaeewl Wa4 what'S'tnof e , a Democratic
UnltedTStales Senator will be ejected tKi
. i3 IwikHi'trnkUiW Hs4lrl WiUoy
, a r. ivnt a i i f
i T the Pelfef ''
Ar.wt thai! not IVSvVaiheropOTtun'
Uy k addreair!waekJy.readcr, before
5 ti totuiHTJut; to go to the polls
eAltolyote,iear,y.w1d thenajpead the
elvfu,iffi.' -.t'wrk of
r VaakailXtetur-fell 'county '.ticl),
Mr imte teatert and Congrtaoe)ri, 9 vt
jt " r ' ; . . ' 1
victory will bo still more oonitilele and
cheering if every Jtetnwratic vote i
ca-t. Pile up a majority tlmt will liow
KadicaliMii that, it" dayi in V.ayvt are
numbered amonj; the thinjrH that were,
and that it may never aaiu hope to
return poiitioiie of place and power. Go
lb tbo fiolU early ; work itidustrioy,
iL.. -I. . .... . i t
auu mi- gionuun iriuiupn 01 iwatocrat
ic tiicn aim nioanunst. you will find yonr
Tea Tfaouaand Majority.
I n i
I suite 01 vt fit ircinia wan carved
irgtnia wan carved out
of th body of thp old mother State by
Radical CougreM for Radical cndi.
JjooL at heir now I So lonircr n aubser-
liiui : but a Demo
crstin .Stale, proud and erect: "Demo.
cratio all over." Head :
Whkkunu. V. Va.. October 30. The
RtqUUr lnuman extra thii mornlnir. nre-
irntlng return, from twenty-three of tbo
DtXy-twi) conntlo rompOSlnK tbo Htatc,
biiwln g a Ikmocratio majority of over fire
thoutiind, nnd add that the other t'venty
nine countl will ivo a clear majority of
five thousand can acarcoly be doubted.
The Know-Nothing, Munn.
What He ThoaXtii of Forelgaera a
rw Year Ago. , t
The Radical candidate for 'Cong rcs
n thia district, the inehtiniable andrery'
virtuous .Muun, in endeavoring to make
some capital out of the Know-Nothing
cry, and his law partner, the nagacinus
and able ghost of the legislative lobby.
H. l'opc,.ii bultourhoting the IriV
aud pouring into their tan the charge,
that Col. Crehs wac, ut one tiuie, a inciu.,
ber of the Know-Nothing organization.
There is not a word, of troth in the
charge. Col. Croh,,irho ia 'hhmclf a.
mail of Gcruiiiu pureniago, never had
any ?vmtathv with the pruHcrintive
party which made'auch determined bat
tle upon the foreign element of Ameri
can aociety; but Hor. D. W. Munn had;
Ihtr'iH'i th' yfnr 185 !-.'-, D. W.
MUNN WAS A KNOWNOTIf.
We make this chire ith a full
knowledge of its truthfiilnevt, and we
venture to predict thiit he will not deny
In the years named he was u loud
mouthed denouncer of both Herman
and Irish, and in an artielcpTihlihlicd
ip the Charleston, (Illinois) pajmr, oyer
the slguatnrc of "D. Vf. M.," a copy of
which can he produced, ho characterized
tho Iriah a.s: ufoel ,lof, Jovntjiiig,
Ucmtiuv In'thr WaaWc:3Inn or
Iiifl frferids to'deuy this chargftl , It can
be CHtahliahej by evidence which will
. And,, now, let, thia law, partner of
the .Munn first take out of his friend's
eye tho beaui of Know-Nothingio, be
fore he, alnt an ancient Know-Nothing,
asrain undertaken to reproach the mote
whleh he Dretenda to find in the nolit-!
leal eye of his neighbor.
There is one (jucition to be decided
ut the election next Tuesday, that
in in no manner connected with
polities: Will the people of Alex-
nmla jisi it it t tr In t'AliiiiT nthr.
tasivavi vuuiimi sj vtatia -
ted by the County Court, double their
county taxes and assume an additional
weight of debt that will sit, like an Old
Man of the Sea, upon their shoulders,
during the uoxt twenty years ? This is
the question to bu deeided, aud,, o far
'JSto, have .obwrvod, Duuioowts and
Radicals alike intend to voto un em
If the cuds aimed at could be ao
couiplwhedthen we might hesliaie to
oppose tho -several propositioua submit
ted ; but it is an ascertained
fact that, the 4100,000 which it is
proposed, to apply-' toward the
construction of a highwater road lead
ing to unity aud Goose Inland, would
not hnild two miles of the kind of road
suggested, via; a road prosontjng
a top width of sixty .six feet. It i will
not do to1 say . "We don't want a road
sixty-six feet wid-a; ryo.the .woaoy
and we will build a narrower' and
cheaper ono'."r Tho'condlttonk' 'coupled.
wijh , Uie .. propositjou f mjist
he obicryed.. If 'the petleiolLth.e
county vote that )I0Q, phsll.be' up.
plied to a road three rods wide, in ac
cordatict; with tho;erdcr of tho Count
Court, who will dare- to w tho mono
in the construction of another and d
ferant kind'of' roadoaajrod! wido or
eyen two. roda? . Tb'iu ft ia aecn Uu( IC
tho $10)100e,wtlrtl eoWltiorjij
posod ia ToUdwo ahall Wurdcn our
selve with a heavy de1i;ad increased
taxes for the roor-Mtirfactios (f build
ing a huge embankment two niilelong,
for tho flood to sweep awav and. ncatter
.over tho hinVona batweentour upr-er
,A r , r. ' AAf 1 f J U 1 I
icvcc una vnenc river.
The peoplc'df Aloxunder countVaro
not in a condition to.osautnc. the pay
ment of iucrearctl taxex. They.are al
ready burdened in that particular -to a
degree that criouily affecta the general
prosperity. We cannot earry the in
crea.4d burden,, and nho'uld 'therefore
vote NO onfall the prcpoiition nub
ruitted., ' " I . y ,
DOXTlCrCK CAIRO AX ll H7T 7
inc loiiowmc Vrftft vrritteo vr one
George Ward Nichols, the 'author' of
".SherraanV inarch to the Sea," aud
published in the November titirtlcr of
AVe laid oTeratC'airoa duv nnd a nfobt..
a. niore ciiaiicnrwaine riace l never aw
. ... - .11.1 . r. .
than thW tame Cairo, -which, from it lo
cation ut the Junction, oMboOhlbaad Mi-
inippl rivrri, many peoplo iirofeand to
bellere would become A Utgt city. Iwu4
not Ilka tok prepbaty aa to lu futar)ba
yond that of a third clan grave yard, ,bu(
roona, 11 Uie trti rorrtedtv, introMnb-
Tag farefffn 'loll can be iald to bo above
ground j for th opeh litf 'foftned by., the
noUj(H9 partly filled wlUrVater ci vored
uy a urcen quiiiand,wuiclt. w.aa Lqo recep
tfclo for offal, dead anltnali. and other of.
feniive refuia.;jXurn!wMch har you
would the tight wnt unipeakablydiMat
rii. Tbo nrt etc were knoe-deen In mtid.
aodJUewood- iaapaitlkla to" trAaiaci bui-
ware renMivl.. , 1 bj
r'tlt ffHUt'l'i.'rery.flcklr-hcra'laitirB aum.
mur," I TornarkvO to dii'ftiie torkep
cri. - - t i
" Not at idt. ilr," bn Uitl rcpljed.
Wl! never harecchlll"and forar nnr
uhyiera.hi'ro. Un.if tba beallhleU place
pit tbo riven slri ilKtnd to Wn big citr,
The yellow kin and hollow l1io(-V of
Ibc ipeakt-r wcro uure;etoiun.t,1 tMtprtert
a to the health of the 'city tKahhn lan-
guagnt Mlii !n evjkwvwlndor hnn4
OMlnjcogue," and so on.
We don't know iJeorgo Ward Nich
ols, aiid.don't want to know him. He
hag rh'ownhiinsejf ajiairty, malignant
pHppy,-and for'what?' llSi"" been
kicked out of u'Calro hotel for insulting
a lady, or other indecent conduct of
which the alKVro ' ttfercncV o Cairo,
shows that he is capable ; or has homo
oitiion anutidly kicked him fof j public
iedepencr.?!' w . fi
lh tiiLHliaa pisd when theffpJecn
of irrciijM)i).sible scribblers, can hurt
Cairo, and five out of every aixjKTHon
who read Mr. Nichols' "fling," will feel
a contempt for the author.
The very fact that the large steamer
remained ut our wharf a day and a
night, i proof positive that, iw stating
that the place presented "a dishearten
"ing ap)earuiico," ho wilfully and ma
liciously lied, lint we have already
6a the puppy too much prominenco,
" ?lu V"I c '"ua- . wu' ".
III' Hill II II II Ul ICJM IHIU 11.111 OI
the pellow-jkinncd' hullow-clieoked
'eitiiens" have mdscle' and trcngth
enough left to boot him out of town.
The candidacy of Rrown for Sheriff
has brought to the surface of. local, poll
tics several mutters which he wquld, if
he could, hide from the public eye.
We have nothing agaiiFDrown, and
look upon him as.a good j"ort of a body,
who amounts to hot much 'rind tills tho
place for. which he .was1, 'manufactured
iudifVcrciitlv well. JJut.be fell into bud
company, and bus been dragged before
tho publiQX'j'i.willD all his imperfec
tious, onJtia.hoad, and shall wo not re-
.c.V, Si' 9k
In the first place, there never has
beeu in. Alxandercounty',Ia''more'rper-
sistent enemy of conventions than Mn
Brown. Only two years ago, he de-
elaTedbalo rinArJ-VhoaCcSptcd a
nomination 'jlM Jioijuvcntion could
rceoivo his support, since .the faoMhat
fttMwnhaar&ken p&TtMnAch a
body andmecured the' jjirefereuco of tha
(felcgatcwaa ppntyfacyi evidence thai
he hail beoirguilty of mearj aoU ani
dirty practices. If we try Mr Brown
now! by "hie1 own rule, 'he will'nppear
blacker than he ia brown. ,
But; about the tiuw.he waajq virtu
ous, he was also one of tho most vigor-
ILLINOIS, NOVEMBER J,
oiii denouncers of negroes and negr
tyuuBragc, and, In tbe Circuit Cltrk'a
cOf?& coniity, abuid the
fJ blacks in mont rloleat Ian
ing that If ever the Republicans gave the
bUcka the miffi he woald desert froa
iju jiarty tamU ojm ,omJ into tht
camp of the Democracy. ThU
1BW tot thoutginng of newborn hatred
of tho negro, but hatred of long standing
hatred whioh hfcl been horn into hit
Jtone, and becone a part nf hia nature.
Wo aro prepared to prove
thia fact, ad ahow how, in giving
cxprc.ion to it,
a few veara mrn I hit
mmeBroiM tetu one of a. party thutll
ai precinct, itml
drove them front their hornet Jor no other
reatun than the fact that they were ne-:
grot. We challenge a denial of this
charge. And now, Mr. Brown, accept
ing a noasination from a convention
which was controlled by an ex-rebel, and
in which negroes sat, in courting the
votes of the negro rco, of which he
was one of the peraeeutors.
Rut, again. While we respect Mr.
ISrown, aud. regard him a4 a good citi
zen, although he has wavered a little in
thisr devotion 'bte Meagre wavered to
obttinoffoi we' cannot, in duty, allow
the people. to. vote for him without
giving thein the information, that he ia
altogether uottted.bj education for the
time of life, learn anything about thea.
Hi cannot dpell the familiar worda of
the English language'; and, aa for pen
manahip and figurea Good Lord
deliver nil With alt the esteem we
have for Browa, we are compelled to
state these truths, and submit them to
the consideration of an ealiehtened
A MISSISSIPPI REMINISCENCE-
A Itace AgaJast Time.
Ilaaaaalty vt. Mtaa.
A cvrresnoBdcQt of tbo New York Et-
aitimu i't niva tbj following raaliiUcnc
of a Mliiliilppl river race.
A trip -down tho Mitnlppl rlrar If al
ways productive of moro or ies ezcitiag
scene, partlculaalvtotbo northern nun, to
whom everything U o freib and novel.
It wa' JnU after tho close of the war that
tho writer took jismyo ut St. Louii for
Memphii, on thotteamer Marble City, to
whoi captain bo bore a letter of introduc
tion from a mutual friond. As Is uiunl, a
frrth crew of negro had been shipped at
M. Juls, to tbe aumber of about thirty.
They frequently gatiered In tbe bow of
tiie iteanier and tunc their quaint sons.
anddnnced to the music of fiddle, banjoand
tli (j bones, to their heart's content.
Our arrival bad, however, put a ttop to
all frolic, and hard work began for the
cr (iw ia earaesU
After two or three landing bad been
aleih naVtportod tuthocaptaln that
ie MBeoaMrlHdafaa ery'"hard" ne-
'grAMarid hrwas 'afraid lie thould haya
mueh.dliBculty in keeping tbam ia onler.
Thbrwas immediately after the close ol
toe.war, apa. nu uegrocs.lua aotlben be
ome'accuitomed to their liberty: of tba
few who. would wuik at all many did o a
a cover to rob and teal, and, undur tha
belief that "The Bumo.' would do every
thing for thsm, acted very inub as ty
Nothing unttiusl occurred, however, till
iutct,.whon.M tbe captain and the writer
wvro eatd upon tho upperpmU deck of
me Mesmer ana near too jUWt-Boue,a ud
den nolia and tumult, mingled with a cou
ple of piitol ihoti, waa beard below and on
tho bqw of the boat.
Looking over, the captain seemed to com
prehend in a minute the trouble, and at
once iprang for thnoompanlon Udder. De
tcemling about half-way down it, ho leaped
thence Into a writhing ,014 of negroe who
were engaged In a tight on tbe lowerdeck,
and evidently were beating a proitrate
man. After him alo plunged one of the
two plloU then at the wheel ; knd the other
whit odicer of the boat speedily coming
to the scene, tbo negtocs were at once taken
from .tbo prostrate man, aud one, who win
evidently the ringlodor,wai captured with
a knife, in hi hand, no doubt intending
murder, Tbe man roscued proved to bo
the mate, who, having ordered the cap
tured negro to do ojqo work, had been Mil
dly anvnred, and still inditing, had been
itruck bv the mutineer. The whole uniiir
at once attacked tlir mste, and but fur the
vwmwm, ne, ia ,aeaia,.f, ne Knofa
captala-and otneer. touid,probblv
killed ttmrW . .
VfA'WQOc'.lsfai hfldi andjit Iw deter
WeJ&llfc the .poapttirM Jrkirledr
ahore in tho woods, a the captain laid
that K batook(blm 'to the aatnorltit of
the'nexit'op'plnjr place, he would proba
bly Iojo several dsyi at bi trial, and would
bp a,?'ak'fiun.by t a'saes.
'It wasow jiery dak..aaiL word was
at oncegiren'to run 4be bow ot.tbe boat
ashore, whch being dune, tbe,ingleder
jumpod lrom off tbe bow and diiappearod
in the darknet. The boa) then swung off
Into, tbe rivor. and wo prooaUd on our
ouruoy,, . But. a abort stay was mad at
,'atro, and after a pleasant Jqurney down
the rlver.we arrived "ai 'MerephU on the
eveniag of, tbe'tacond day following. As
ws appraaehod the levee' rbe, eaasain
Biued the panenger with accouala of
:provoli' UIpV to the city since tha .war
aad remarked that ererj' time be had ,ar
Tired ho heid.. found Jbe prrot marshal
guard awaiting! him to escort him to the
"offlce,V tbere to aniwer tome absuad
chargoi trumped yp by tbe negro hands of.
,tba prvl6tt41voyag. Tbl Um he con
gratulated' himelf- tbat the sklrU ofihls
coat were particularly clean, as he hd had.
fO;iV II . i '
MO dliSculty with hi handion the lat" two
inps, ana iiib mtio trouhlo with the ncra
at mantioned above, had Wn .h1a,i i.
learlng tbatperonago In the woods above
As wo neared tbo shore, however, a
guard did show thomielve upon the levee,
and our captain facetiouly wanted to
now which oi an puiotigeri or crew
As tbe boat wa made Hut, the officer of
mo Kwa approacneq ana requested to
speak with tho captain. Tha letter's face
was aireai m see, as be took a paper from
the officer and read therein an order charg
Ing him to appoar before the Provost
Marihal and aniwertonchnrfn nfattnmt,i.
Ing to murder, throe nights prevlouily, one
Pompey Smith, "by fierce blow and pistol
snou, ana ty placing him, In a wounded
condition ana at nigtit, in the
uwi,v .,,-t. .i,.....t. .. ........ ...
I darkey we put anhoro nboro Cairo. How
In tbundydld hearer got here? We aro
UrtVc1!tttnVri?.-.nA th.c 'J. no
MemDhi a abort wav un the r ver: and
beside, he never could bavo got out of tbe
woodt 10 soon.
"Csn't blD that." said thootDcer: "but
he is at the otflco awaiting u. So let us Isi
the officer nnd passenger repaired
to the place. There In vory sooth was tho
negro, grinning In great g'loo at getting
ahead of Masia Captain. Somehow hi
faee seemed familiar to me, more so than
itsnouid rrom only seeing mm Urn tew
minutes I did before he w put off. but
these negroes wero so plentiful, and some
how tboy all seemed alike, so that I thought
uuie 01 11
The complaint was read and a aulcklr
answered. ..he negro could show no
wound, and our test I m on v went far
towards astabllihing against him an at.
tempt to kill, Instead of suitainlng his
charge agelott the Captain. So tbe case
was at once dwmluad, end the Captain was
offbred a chance to prefer his charge against
rompey. jitnami, nowerer, or loni; de
lays oeior tea couru, ne rciuica, ana cap
tain, rompey, oncers ana paengrs
Walked out of tho oalco together.
When w sot outside, the cantatn sud
denly said, "Pompey, I'll give you five
dollars it you will tell mo how you
down ahead of niv boat."
"Dat e bully. Massa Captain." was tbe
negro's ready reply, "you put dut five dol
lar into dls gen'lmen s hand, and I'll tell
ou bow I got down."
The money was placed, thorcl'ore. In iov
pomuIoB, and Pompey, itriking an atti-
tude. uroceedod with his cxnlnnation. ari
dently hugely delighted at his numerous
and attentive audience.
"ou mind, .Iiuia Captain, when I
utnped ashore? '
"Tas, ys," said the captain.
"Well, masts. 1 land in du water and de
mud and I links a good ilonl. I fraid to
more in de dark, and wld de host and de
paddles all banging around dar. Well
uassa, pilot ha ring da ball go star wld
oaa wheat and go bead wtdiWioder wheel
anil ao 'boat she awing tsSund and Vy
and by, all in da dark, the ttarn ob de bc-at
coaat rtfied t d!a chile a ho wss dar In
the water. 6a IJiit took bold ob da rud
der chains, and 11 rawed myself up Into
de liltU boat at tbo slarn, audi lay dar
till dcfolki goto bed in do boat, nnd dcu I
crawl out and I tell tho cook 1 done gone
hungry, and golley, mauey how I did scare
datsookt He tought I was a ghost, ure.
Well ho gib me something to cat, and den
hecutmrhar all short, and den 1 telli
tomo obdeboyt, and the berry next morn.
Ing I goes to work on de boat and get my
rations Just like eberybody."
"i you mean to toil rue.' said the eat-
tain, "that you rodo all tbe way down lb
r in my own boat, and iuu under mv
oio of the mato whom you tried
and whon I
got up horn to do railroad I
do car, and, massa I, cot here
its In tlmo to go to the Bureau
ooai got in.'
"I am sold," said the captain,
him hi ISaad let us liquor up."
The negroe have elected the Radical
ticket In Philadelphia Leading Republi
can papers ay to.' And now tho negroes
aroAenunding clerkship and other oHlcc.
Suverul htiVH applied fur poillons undor
the Sheriff nnd tbo Keuviver of Taxm.
Tbe Hudlcnl will not dam to denv thum.
If they do, tho black Vide will go "against
thorn. Tboy have got a black elephant
on bane", and the bewt is trrubling them
- 9 -n
a-, a s:
" IS 21 O
5 1 MM n
The .Bcit Tealc StlBaalaat
M.newa ietBe 9lcellcl
tndorsod by evtrr Bhjilenn wno hn t xtrolned
Ihf m.imon; whem i
xotncoflhn mail '--
in wm my, bu ul
the brut ad pareM" saML
Tfc m Bitter nrrffktmrrJ from tbe mnt tIuUs
rooU. bAfkll ftnil hplli ktiuw n tn mivl!iMt u.Mnnf.
n.l lire unrqtultil m prrTrntiTf nil euro tt
FEVER AWI JsOlDB
ml til i1I.ki irltinR from meUrlous csai
nr.,... T..lyillJl. MO. JnlT ISIh. 1STO.
men! rht tindf r!antl Imlni rentl had the
opportunity lotnt tbe tJ f Ihamieo rom
(oiuaJs knwn under thr iisiiip of "Slomirli Hit.
im." wih to tnnibJIiuuiit tou UD011 the I .a wit
comlilnalioD nf remedial iirent which eonilitute
Tour "Home Ullters." upon wmg nm made c
quainted with tli refelpt of yonr preparatioa, t
h hi once cruTiDceu iiimi tin upowouiu prurs
highly Uortoll to all tlux who Und 10 need 01
a iilmllar article, anil tlnee I hT obxrTrdlta
Becu m air prlTala prsctie, I can only recom
men J It aa the be.t tunle now offered to Inn nub'
. one whoto Iht loraline nronertle will be or
mual tilTantagalo the in aim. UiaeonTaleecent
iiuHwen. u.iirjiiivab, r ,
91.1 Franklin Avrnil.
Memphis, Tenn., Kent. 12, 170.
tleiTeatna idruura to bid mlaa to the manr
teallmonlal ehown me la regard to the worth of
Ih "Home Btoiaaeh HltUri.'T I he used th.ru
and eiaraiaad lb formal ef which they are
cotnroxl, aad pronounce hm themotl sree
abta uitlera sad beat ilomachio I h er tried
and would recommend them mora pacially ia
mlaamatio reKionaama aatl.periaili.
Dr. DRAKE McDOWKLI.. 1st Piatldent of the
Mieaouri Med leal Colleie.unler daUof Jalrlllh.
H7U, author i lea u to eay, he haa kst lnd tha
formula for lit Brenaralmn of the "Horns nil
tern." aad Onda It comaoted ol the muet Taluabl
TeaetaUa tonle known la lha Pharmaeorala.
Ilia eouibinatlan he rsrd as exeeiUat. and Ih
procee f manufactura audi aa la dame from
the loaredienti lha full atrenxlh of their v.luatl
propertiee. II fnrtlur eayai "You may refer ta
me a indoraln the 'Horn Hiltera aa a mild
antl.periodlu atimulant, of treat Talue In miaa
"sTutll. July 71b. 170.
Mear. J. A. JACKHO.M A CO, " men
Havint Ufed your ' lltn lliller' , en tha
efleeia an oihera. examined tha inaredlenle need
In their coinputillon, 1 am MlUAed that, aalda
from their eontainlng nolliing Injurious, they ar
the be.t I hire etcr tried. It ie with pleasure that
I reeomanend them to all nerann. ile.iroii of tak
Inghltlera. JOHN T. TKMPI.E. M. tl.,
I'rof. Materia Me-lir and Thrrapeiitlre, Homo)
patlu College of Mtarourl.
TR ATXON efc BIBD
CAIRO, "" LLINOI8.
far hat by all Italian! Braajglala.
Malt HTiTE lMnM.
Q WINSTON OO
(Sucrea.nra 10 Jolyi Q. Ilarmaa A Co.,)
74, Second Floor. OHIO LEVEE
Buy nnd Soli Ileal Egtitte
rOBBIIII AfMrTRACTt BP TIT LI
. r W W ft W
JONN OOAI. YAltD.
FOOT Of ELEVENTH STREET
Mount t'urhoB, lW Uuulit unci
Ohio Illvsr A
Aaanil Napt,l' on Haad.aad delivered
In aajr pari of Ike ally.
Every Load of Coal Weighed, and full
or iivoix coal t'H.M:i at eaa
r.a cab 1.0 a .
Order left ktt the aOU e ailli e tillH iiiiiiiedulrly
JASII.'S ROHM, I'rop'r.
Are Prepared to Supply Caslomere
with the Best Quality or
Order left at Hallletay Bra. ,
Wo. TO Ohla Leyee, ar at Ih atl
Yard below lit at, Cfearl He
ld, will Mecelve Framat
Tbe Tuc"Mntauk" wtllbrlug CoMaU.ng.ld
ira at aur bour, day or nlghi,
i, 0.1. jni, iMnjq
DAILY PAPER IN IGtfeT.
Ts scut raa wosta-deas SMoatSIa lead
eoTllrlol polaon toimsljaS'wMSMSem or ro
Jucadmh. It 1 tarfecUT hiltasssa f.iable-
iMtaatanaon. AroW tha raaaiee asi dtlutlva
oantloai boasUag rrwMS) Hmj daaet
VawouMaeaBtlM awsifer. Ih awaum
W. A. BMcbalofa aMr Bye ha shitty years' r
ntotloa to uphotd It Mtrlry.' fold by Brag.
Wdut Bony rwt, B. T.
Rts foryoanameavea RoeUl CeiUaa.l lha
propriety or Improper et.ttiii married, wllk
anlfry help for theie who fei nnnitisl for mat
rimonial happlne. Meat free.Jl eaalaa mil.
opes. Adilres Howard Association, UozP, Phlt.
The laiparUhalil Perfume.
Aan rule, llio porfumes now In uie lure no per
m.wency. An hour or two arter ilielr use, there la
no two ol perfiimo left. How ililltTont If tho rr
nltaiicerrding the nao of Jtiury arid Ijinmto'i
riotliU Water. Days after Its application the
ind agweatte'ltonA.n detlghtflll.a-..-
SKWI.NU MACIIMf K
I & ll'JIR
THE DATIM VERTICAL FEED
The Caaaletest, SlaaleRt aad fie
Sewlag Machine la Use.
Cor. 8th St. & Washinglon Ave
The demand for the DAVIS SEWISO MACtt.
INK In lb Atlantis Slate, where they are Ul
known, ana wner tney auppiant ail otnera, l
greater than can be upplld.
Il nerer fall In any kiad ef werk. till ilmpt.
ron.i.Un of few alrong parts, and It vertical,
feed rnai-la It to run orer team an t turn cor.
nera wlthoutchange of aUtch or tcD.inn.
Clothlni and f.ioT maaufarlarer. tireferlt to
all other, and that III Just the thing for family
aewing eTrryboJy wil I acknowledge after exam
ining. Mcasra. Buders hare anreral ailea aud different
alylea of Bnlih, and rr.pectfnlly invite All who
BEST SEWING MACHINE
Manufactured logire themn call nefore purclmi.
Call aad (let a Circular.
i LIfT. IRSVaaMCtc.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
orriCEWarikweat Cr. rara anet
eilve )lrle, Ns. anl.
(Bah Aweta orer,
AHTHl'R B. BABBtrr, Pre.'l.
BBHJT. WIIXIABAt, Baa'y.
V. M. HAWED A GRAY. 1U U Hallo atrei.
Chloago, mate Maaagere forllliaole.
n. P.toppr.r,, Cairo, Special Agent for .)UtU
Printtimpald to and tollectlonaniadetiyt'. N
KB4hee,Catiier'lrat National Hank.
JOIIX IIYI.AMVN NAI.OO.V
la awpplless with all klnda of
Boor, Alo, catoo..
ON OM.vIKnCIAI, AVKM t
Between Kignm and MnltiPlteft.
The Itilr'ty, win love good liquoi, ahnitM give
him a call, and those wlwt want a
FBAGBAKT CIO All
Can have their want aupplied at Ida Ur.
Proprietor ef the
Billiard Salooa and Bar Itoow
10eJ CoMiMScri'sasI Ave.,
Cairo, - Illinois
Popular Public Resort
Where lha tlaltor will Had Urge airy roossa
BallATa'UB A PlliaOKIUM VAILBs
Comfortable teal, etc.. and a bar eup4ai allh
the beat aad etole.t lagar oaer. th ear rat
and I auara. cinara. etc.. to ba fouaal in Cairo
cveryooay 1. luvnea 10 ran inina "eoi ow
rieniyoi noin irr iu every uouy.
OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO.
rULTOX SONS, Proprietor
Msstrs. Tultoa A Boat ar prep red to furniah
all kind, of tiour of Ih bt aua tty, and alto
Mill Keed of all kinds., arahasa flour, la.aacba
CjfJsMei iinaallty, ojaj frnniihe 'JJjj
r- 1 1 r