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CAIRO, fLUNOIS, MAY 13,.!87U
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Uruahce, Wall Paper, Window fth
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Copper and Sheet iron Work
Xo. 218 East Pearl Street,
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BANKS.
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Savings Bank
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City Nutiomil Bunk
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GROCERS.
JSMVni ft u.,
OHIOLEVEE, :
.OAiXRO. IXiUZNOiES.
Scorch' and Irish Whiskies
Portr Madeira Sherry, Catabaw
WIJNBS.
WHIxu.ltflJ tor CMh, tn whletv-Met
raTny jijIijfnuon.oi. clone rrftJB oujT
Al
at. swadi:r
, - piUr In
LINERY
furnlsliin; Uoods,
OoiauiorolAl Avorvuo
' r rrr ll(li KtirVct.'
All kin l.frl mKj'Iot Li4l"' ff r mid t
rdr.or m-lyinlo AUo, full .rtm't of
h.'di' l..li,h. v t njrif t
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
W
F,M.'iW'ABD
M prr imJ to tlellrr the bst
i
fire Wood & Stone Goal
id nnvpMit or'llw'eitj,. m d qutntity dfilfu,
nu.tiiluotue, , . . .. -r . a
Coal Delivered t4 50 rr Ta.
OPPICR-Krtr Dvrirtrt, Orih t O's alorc
toir, t viitl onr nboTii lh . ernr of Eighth mimtt
icm i'inmnll n". .IhIiI
MIOROSQOh'tS.
fl K U(ifXK B It ATK D" '
CRAIG MICROSCOPE
Lixn optical woiulrr, rrrl thfl tljcumn.lj of
nMeeaironiirrafii nmrprii 01 pi-rnmnont lit
and priwtlcal lll)llltjr, cnmlilnUijj mitniclloo
with amnafffivnt, and nrt r lo. ng tta Interei-U ijt
ouxnJ3e
TEN THOUSAND TIMES
a poTfr rqual in nlhar tnoroopf "pf jnan
umi unreal. 1 itTeniv-oapiiui'f iuiwi
around ua,- rtiilnsinnrinhfohi.itlie
wiU, all
imkiH)
ejre mui rorrrrr rrtnam a 'riled book aa ctls iu
Tinrsai , anlmaU In wair,'cnr nilli-", uticar wid
ittilatc)ainllKfilolmlrisalairi and hairaufin.
rcui, hundrrdHoi ryea in n ainglo ryet of a flv.
lujit i.f bulU-rflj'lo to L ((y ftrniad
faalMcra; the mm'n uiIUau of-Tnnclifn pinilin or'
pork worm" whlih our flril d.ncivcrrd In Amwica
Willi IhuMjtroi-eopf. i
II la oMnnnata-valua toJnmfmalonal mrn, to
tea hrra and 10 tuden, but nonhrre l It of
grraUT Taluathan n lh family Ut, within. lit.
rraohof.evtry mrmlitr. It will IwIkIH yoline f.
yourextldirn and-yoor frifnila during-the-lons
wliitrrtvinniK". It will ahovr ymi aduttwMlnna
nil uni'lranlinrtiol rarlaukludn iif foon.m pu
xar, tea, brend. menl. '
1 ,i i 1 1 1 1 a t
It Is of Iufjtln.'nti JTalucto thcl'aruie
In rxam'lnlns (ncci- which proy utwu mi croni.
Tba iioworol aUarnluroacoim'. as J an s:mi.lr Tn
,11a cumtiUflon thnt au) obim can.UfQ it undrr.
lUndiualy. auil.witli apprrclatiun.
'..A beaa'irUr'C.iiDi,ltiant,lniruciie; Anius-
ti, and f hasp Our CO.WO tuyf been pull
urin the nnat'alz'vea iu worth. h. a lifcn toi.
iiceu wi it inouaanua oi arum co mrn. larmura.
louaanda of at'lun'tifio mrn, larmora,
avbool tear-Un. tuJfa(,'phya!;lon1 teti of
umii g, ana uynr.
PAIGE 9& 00.-Snt by Mall, Post rod
Erer)r jpa rament i ucntly 'hbneif, and hand,
anmrly labelel with Ibll dircctlonj fbrue; Thou
na'haTijfner.t brmail (
Addrrna, T.", lAWSO t Ci.,
1 Chicago.
PDirii i' rrocLT 1
V?hWfWtt,y,i;mol fn'yiiiurn.f mfof
rnanoior in rr('l-i.e myatartM ut naiur
xrcatat'
Ojpi.orifirfhti
uiereaiuiB i..iorinntlnn on the won
tl -n atorieti. llf.lrh.. tn T.irai
.11 00 par y r. -Thu Jiiuriml i,e a.nt Fro
loronr iwwpn "naiijri'.iniia trnur M
aci p. ai,tHB regular prle;3,HCratif M J-rii
will ti a.nt nnn itnf.l.t IJ
icro.
aoova
; Piiriamn;eouf.itd ourlVaat fulU lliii.ir.i.rt
T.pn.wioi,vrtuvBiiQ nor
iCQP,CUlfciiWltl?u
I iUiatu..!. lu.'. l.tllL.
t. .nuk-T''-v"'':r ?' v p. t -n r,-
I KKsX-? f ' S&mn'
OS
tfito Julia Waiid Howe and .Mrs.
Stevcris of Cambridg., Mawachusetts,
fovCHcfcr, kTpFomt(dj rf joo. dovcr-
f hbr of thatHhHe,,'jesii'6& WWff'Jieaca
for SAffojcqnutya,. .
caln arlpt pj,'1 arrived -vliJJfcw.-Vo :
u-..lVpwlncQt..lia(Jicl.(tVo
uan an cntiiiuiastic reception, ciiineyi
characteristically, snubbctl Mrs. Lia-li
coln.- 'Mr.- tJ'nnMitf'ihc iniitrcus of
thc.Wliitc HaniarwaB tpadiod,to by
tlio whole Rcpubhcau party. 3Iru
T.Il'Wll.l .liA !.1a nC. n .liu.J..nil rn n
M.Mvv.u, uv. niuun vii w.m huu l;uiii;
..Ay.fi,. 'v-l-lrfl l;--' 0
1'resKlent. is a vastly different neron
in the byes of thaf gini'o party.
':;l!K Sbntiiern 7Daritist 'J6onvfitionI
organiied in 1815, and embracing tho
fifteen Southern states as its territory,
assembled, M TTMypday ln"'t5iLou.
is. The ecssiopTwill Jistjiicaily.a week
nd'promiws tynuuber aj'ry .large!
attendance, somewhere in the neighbor
hood 'df two rho'nsdrfd. "Beside's the
delegates from theSouth, largo) iiwm
bcr of distinguished clergymen am) lay-j
uiuu nuiu uu .'uriu.auu j-jasi are
pectcd. The introductory sermon was
delivered by tho Rev. Dr.AVW Wil
liams of South Carolin?,.an able pro
fessor in the Southern Baptist Ihcolojfc
ical Seminary at Greenville.. , Th
President of the Convcntibij, Dr. J'. H
Mell, of Georgia; is tho Yicc Chancel
lor of tho Georgia University.
WASHINGTON LETTER.
' ji 4.
WaauvoTDT. li. C. Xar 0J177I.
Tho High Cdfnmlssloncrj 'tlorned tba
treaty as me ftlato uaparimentzrtttorday.
The Atabama'cUimi .ad.thoia.whScti'ari.o
out df the depredations of CCn'fcrlerato
cruisers built In Great Britain arc to bo
iftttledtbya,cmmKtee' of arbitration, tQ
j.miii.-timmnu'iw ppunr.pu py io
United' Btittes. onnMf'Greav Drilnln. and
threo "there, carbiva wlgnatcdj Soror
vign 8tato of Europo 'or Amoricn. j) Thi j
ccmimkteo ranv aiwdrd dnma;e In detail
or-groJSi-or mrty rcfitr thj diityio;njboarJl
of ns0MOrto Whvld In tbeHoilcd fctatev
For tho settlement nt iAjccllutteous cinlms
both if tho JfnKedtau-if and.Grcut drit-
iln, which urmu nut uf the wnr, a nil ted
coinmifiion i to to npptiittted to sit al
Wmrjintcbm. lcl chtitnW a'dmltfcd.jkp tie-
count of sIhyo property. All legitimate
cinlms fur cnttpn tyill be con Id t) red, but
tlun'o nrittsli 'subjevts who lived In itho'
outli mutt tnknirthorIsk and chances
of wnr. an-J will npt' bf ;fp.tltlxlt any
speciitl prnjccjuin kor rather indemnity.
TheSsn Jtiitn'qneMiotf is'tol referred to
thi) srbltrntlon'of ri'.frjeijdly 'power prob-
amy urazii. c aro accoraca tne tree
navigation of the 6t. Lawrence -river by 1
our vcssols, and, tho, uso of tho Canndinn
canals upon.)yrnent of tho regular tolls
The fisheries, qitpstloi) has boon, settled
quite Vsttsfitetoriny to 'New Jtngland,
and what moro could tho country
(dcilrej TiiNorthtTtern boundary, lino
fqof stibnili: ft W. bmittediaiwlirtp tho
Emperor of Germany. A mixed commis
sion onco reported on this question, but in
stead of referring it if. 800ther,l it wus
agreed toalililp b.v the "jiocfsltinui neu
tral power. This is a very Imperfect out
line of tho very' longtroatyJifTjIch to
morrow will be submitted to ttio Solomons
ofourScnato. Tho report that Judge
Kelson of tho U S. Supreme Court, one of
tho Uigh Comrajssjnncrs. had , consulted
with Uomocratio 'SehatoM 6it ilio quw
tions ns thnv nroio In tho Commission. i
ialse..jT.liol4fcajs.Mttlo'd' to BllthoJ
t oi tno treatyj tno -UdRiocrnis ro
g4 o' concede thc'nJ 'all '(ne honor
which will flow from it: . but do not wish
to bo saddled 'with any'f the responsibili
ty whiclitbo lli'.dicsl reports jvotild placo
on them. It is not our bantling Hrnvwe'll
nono of it.
31ipuldith.fon4t;be full and tho Dem
ocrats opposa the treaty, It will require
cm-
tho
ratification oftho j treaty .inside of two.
wocVs'ho 'has Wlttrn''aseago along with
tbe British oomtuissioncs on. the Cunard
steamer to sail for Liverpool on tho '24th
inst. j
lie expects to bo tbe bearer of negotia
tions which will bo exchanged at thfr
lUoiirt.of, pt. Jnmos.i aTha .notion :6f) the1
Brltfch' WmtmsiWners1 bbih'tj-tlnal tho Rad-
ical JotifnaU' a'fo 5iWM"lltcd at U,-'
good bargain "whlcli wo lia'vo, made and
nredlct a very cordial recoption .for Gen
eral Schenck
.tials as thesucfi04sor of, Sumner's, frlopd,
w . II 4 t Is f i ti i.
JldtJev. iVto)15tfil!ihi.ebiirft WM.Whld
seoni that England, po,,s )leiispd'with Ijbfj
trtido which was tnmlo on tne.rgtvoi anu
taHpbflsJi.V" Well, 1 dhi'veryghldthat
bth;parties'haye m ado by, the opbration,
-.-..'"irr:"'. ?"r " , i Mi.i.i.. , ..1,1
l ibSse kind of sums aru hard to flgUr.o
only ten judical votes joined to tho P
pc'ratu to,5UfVj.i tho tro.il S I j I
I iSu coriOd't&t ji.'GonoralitJdbatiuJ.5 lot
Tho r'eutf1 nof Jot'sum
i i
chnrgln.lTtjvrpjnjrrllall controls tho
national Democracy. Tho Rrpubliean, tfl6f
frwfij orgkSxS notirli' "UlMt& tho
cnargo but adds that tho withdrawal pf
UoyerivirlIoBtHn'XkiSaBJrwni tho list df
"hi i,Y, !(!(,?.
m d up. , 4
De"mocrAOftCAJBdfdatorAio tprcWcn6y I
In 1872, byrtffio'ttmmn "organiH all'
In 1872, by" tlio Tnmmany organi,"W4 alleirtl4wd-wTfean(tNrivituiTo.moi
. in. ..--Mnwwcaajaptml thriia. iarytliofrtt.
nuron numtnrir.- iinionueu'. w uuvumn imn
m...Atof tl,nn.m0flrttr.nrtv'' ThU U
. i v-
a weak dovJcea&thfttncmy to create die
cord and Jealouny In tho Democratic rnnkV",
iuaiaV(Mrh-onMts -fsccvtno-nypoc-
riiv ftnrl ntnt (a fvi nvtrlAnt Thn THlti1s
had bclor"'"VtIcU to force, iW
Wint--anil -1ia ,Kn.Klnv. l.lll .
don't humbug woctb m cent. I optno when
Tammany withdrew tho name of their ablo
tjyjDrJrotn4he PrcajdcnU(Aeld for
18 2, nnd evpreaweathcir profcreuco for n
Wctcrn candidate, they know protty well
1 j i
whatttheT were doifCJ and .did Itjn
n- good
uvq no
fear of their honesty, notwitlntandlngdho
warnings of our Itadicnl friondi. Tho
vein' on
thQ.tauoubifcU ViluLwhlUCfamtaany is
ambmoua, Tnmmany is master of uv,cry
long and clcur head, which will not permit
rdrflmlftjr
f'papnc "
a it&tanl 'Utltuirrii-
cantluiatcr When Tammany makes
i.trWrttUlcotioa'-.niWalfitbaiKudlcil
I I 111 (I I nil .11 Ft II
editors, who intimalo that Tammany is
suphi1 'VSCi i"y. .Jllr clothes
until it so provos itself, they will present
an airy and-summery-appoarance, much
like unto our co'mrrion forofalb'er, tAdam,
before ho was led intiv-trottblo by Mrs
Evo.
Auc.hojcpowcr pf tho government
has Veen hard at' work' trying to rot 'tho
3cahustlj'XcaJturotoador)tre5i)!ui.
iiuu fcunuuriiig. fcuo aiaur oi oumner.i
pubHc rectptlfln.'iirhloh hpy refuted Jo do,
HU Ulltnjlgjtjloesj yy-jlj jnot go to Boston
in -oooaeque'rice, J ' why not-lot- us havo.
peace? ,r
a. a.
i i -
- MjWWHLiWtvA
u rcr-n -y i '
POBITIVS 1EOIIVATIH
np UKSi
LOUA.t FOR
Ht-tLrcriox.
' 'AXV.rcaat kt'Pancatl Hull.
10. Tho national conven
tion of tho Grand ' Arlhy Of tlio Republic
assembled In tlio "John Androw bull nt
noon, (ien Logan in iho.chair. .One hun
dred and. flfiy, delegate were4precnt from
nearly every Northern" Stato." Among
tho delegates wero Gens. Oreo, Fairchild,
iviuiii.mii . uiiv, u. uai u, umiiiiniu,
Cliipmsn,'Kllftriek, Bantcs, Underwood,
iiataey ana Bpraguo. i'rayer wut onerod
bv ChnnbtiB Quint. ' The proceedings were
wjth .9lo)41ttoM. H '
lien. Iiognn. in ills address said : "tho
Grand. Army of.thc, Republic is not a po
litical )q"fnpicMloD, svW6 h'aro but throe
qbjecUA,5jhiohKreobyga upon usi as
rnemotira tno oruer mo traierniiy 01
all membors) charit'yj and Jloyalty to tho
grrrerfimcnt.M "Tho; Gerferar ''advocated
the ttbrilition'of lecror sessions, and hoped
nntflnthrcnTOotthe -order-would bo felt at
tho noxiaseVmtpf 0PSre,s to secure
homosteaiU fur tho soldiers llo concluded
bv naaitivelv declinine nr-eloaion. u
&i die i afternoon. teioJi" it was deuldcd'
to ptutpono tho annual election until
Thursday, ,
A., telegraphic . dispatch was received
from tho National Pca'co leaguo, now in
session in Now York, congratulating tho
peace! cfidatapmont of itho Grand Arniy
veterans on tbo era , of ruliof from
strife, and asking them to tisu
their JnQuoncc to prevont tbo occa'ion
for any futttro ar cncampnionn. Tho
followinir was voted in reply. ''Your con-
eratu1atfonsraro recipfoeati-J. Tho Grun 1
Armvof tho Republic are determined to
hnvo ptm'ce. even If 'thoy must ficht for It."
rno reception at I'ancun nan win nt
(.endediby.tho dslegatci and many distin
guished 'citizens. Theliall was profusoly
decorated. Tbe numos of V Mshlngton
aml'Grant wero prominently displnynd,
and patriotic mottoes cracca tho walls.
"Thomuslor -war'-furntshed hy GllmoroU
band. uons. uutnsiue anu uooKcr wro:
greeted with applausn nt their entrance
into tho hallt Prayer whs offered by
Cbaplnjn Rulnti 'Gen. Cogswell presided,
"and 'welcomed 'tho guests in a'grnccful
speech, at tho close of whnh ho intro'1
,duccA,Uoh. Qtgan, 'vyho. roturnod thanks
bolliorjslfjorhjj cbojmAtldjro thijlr kindly
recL'tition.
Tne'flrBt,to.artWa,$r,Ourfrrcsldentj hn
who saved' tlio ship can sava hor," and
was responped to by Gen. Burnfido.
isValsaohiiiotU'ti proud of her soldiers;
ahetwolcomcs. their comrades in,a'rns,"wn
tbo next toast, and was responded to by
XIcdt.'.Gov.TuckoK. - -
Tho next toast waf"fiotpn, avIio rocks
us In tho old cradlo Tf litforty." Mayor
Gaston responded in awelcominc spcochf
I 1 a.rvl ..,11 I.. .'.il
tbe republic,"
"."'SIVJ i ot ;P.sion.- -"...
"Tho battfo abdvo Ibe clouds" called up
Gen. Ilnokor. who was rccotved 'with
bnt44lIUthknkd.therm entbmUatlcklly,
ana said tlio battlo o Lppuout .nountain
novor had been fully understood, b'uCtbat
Arrovi
spon
to. by Governor Fairchild. of
M
'lChft'lwAtl, w.a unaivnrnil .bv CSnn.
Pleasanton, nnd Gen. Dcvcns spoke for
'HJuVVolunteerV' ' '
.',lThi.JS3n:MmVht',:yrpw Atlanta to thi.
..r3eM,was rasponded to by Gen. Kilpatrlck
ia.ua.,aqaumanL. viroui hhshw w mi,
.toneDfisijiits mnkfpairwini.
dreams trt buildins; Wfttnifalbt i
Iluut HtcM rt fat I ml
no.njuiauom ilea, tno leauing. lonmrc!, to
iblahUtj Whp.woold prc.ntHt.hoVub
fid Itr lis Irnelfght' h abouftt Ur ' f
"Tho Arrovi nf tbo Potomao'1 wa reJ
bnnd.
e
Tie- ftivitlc concluded .by . tUocJtBl
'raSbaoihlrT
Lanir Svne.'"
n'hand'iirKl' irinr'inK "Altld
il ha in n;x
tlBirjzn aaas. uvi iyia tiAijulli
Ft ' ,J i. i -
'TriAy st lht!o1nrSfirt'd'jVlIn Fiib'd.'
tiatuMn th gun rld tnoorl Min th ahoro ;
i uni it wan to urfim or rainriahil,
vTBTrinewTiniif nnir.iirtrTinarriih rnm.
Then aome ono a Id Wo i-h ill retu n no m .rc."
Ami ail.tl)tboit hudk tiUuriUlnnil.hnue
i'fVfJ('Pft,y'7TW i.Knrllf, noilongrr
killll iiPip..lc..t il
ulllHi'i.!'.1.' imam
I
HOU tl.
witctsm
''Aahl
?' jUWB?1
Whan Hl'TlbValUnv..
urttio .vnidw utirrtv Ms rrmea.
lV(ltrl troWrtJiiiffit'1. v-
Somolhinj ilesrer brlnyi thf rof .
i "falrorformri-n'eli,
Wben (ha ro.o U full nnd l.r!ii I
JlriTahnpi"" of aoficil light
Ti.fn In gltncinsfl tfhtfc'o l.y.
14 " "from what dime a re 'tii'tif' .
PronftbVtft-alipiitd lirr,W j rfi
Hrltrlitiaahup. of lojtt iWti-
. pon sne,TMi-n aurvjI.iJ i J
';Wr. wn ,i-jf a'aaileorl III.
rrom.tjj pfnK ,f prt yrlbune. May .
; Biogipryjj Gneral .Jsmrs Wat
'sonWebb, hylvAHVrmeleiV' -which ha
just mot. our eye, ropaata verbatim tho dr.
cumalanliul n. rration, in- tho Now York
'HHpiM A.irll 10, 1800,ofGonornl Webb's
pbronal, .dealings. wlthj.Napolw1 HL,
whereby tho latir-WHsinduoed to'nromlse
. an carl v. withdrawal: of: hrsrtroom' fmm
pMoileoMf thVcoantrVwftUia? 1orbiir to
menaoo-hlrrri' and" thwsrendor tlifllcu't
auclt withdrawal: Thu nnrriitivo irvlv
'tmpoached tho honor and magnanimUy ol
uovcrnor aewnru, wnnm it accusea or
sending to the French government a bul
lying dispatch regarding tho French
tirmed occupntlort.of Mexico, when he al
ready knew thnt this occupation was about
Lo conio by arrangement; thus creating
false' impression that Napoleon bad re
coiled befjro thocagle-scrosm of Gov. Sew
ard's dispatch.
In npyinc from tho -Times this vemark-
ablo revelation, wo ounttloncd Us ncctlra.
cy; but, as Gov. Suward has hover al hid
ed to it, and It is now reltorntod, evidently
on Gen. WobVt authority, wo are forcod'
to conclude that it was substantially truo.
Vo copy from this biography tlio follow-
nc: letter lruiu upuicon 111. to uen.
AVebk which inemt' an Interestine If not
important contfibutlon to tho history of
oar iimo;
ITraaalatlon
i., Msrch 2J.1S63.
My Dkab Gknkkaxi I rcceived'vour
letter of Karch 8,'and'theintoroftlnir nolo
enclosed therein, which,. ,aft?r pejmiali I,
hurnod immodiat'olv.4 occoidine ti vour
of are very important and. very delicate;
still, I will answer them in all frankness.
You are greatly mistaken If you belirtvo
that any motive of ambition or cupidity
has led mo Into Mexico.
Engaged in this enterprise' ,by , Spain,
and lod by tlm doing nf Juarez. I reluc
tantly sent, first, 2,000 men, afterward,
tho nntlopat honor beln-: coinpromisod.
my troops wernincreaapd to 8,000; finally,
tho repulso at IlufbU linving.onuaKt-d our
military honor, 1 sehl over 33,000 men,
It Is, therefore much acainst my inclina
tion that I urn c njpolk-d to wago war at
sucn-niuittanoo rrom t rance; 'and it is in
no way lor the purposo r taking pos
session of the. mines of tho .Sonora that
my snldicrs'are flchtiri. Batf now that
tho French flag isdn .Mexico, It is difficult
tor mo to foretell, what may happen ; at
all orents.'tny intontlnn is to withdraw as
soon as honor and the ir.trepts now en
caged allow me. It would be wrong.in the
united Mates, tncreioro, to mak'o my be
in;; there n subject of dispute; forntiictt
nce would thenxhango all my plans, which
aro now ditintcrcitca. As regards tho war
which desolates your.country, I. profound
ly regret, for 1 do not soo how nnd when it
will- end, and it U not tho interest of
.Franco. that' tbo United States should bo
weakened" by a etrugglo with
out any good, results possible.
in a country as sonsiblo ns America, tt Is
not by nrms that dotnestio quarrels should
boscuind, put by votes, mcotings and as
semblies. Jn Eurono. too. wo have manv
causes' of disturbance mm y irrnvo ones-
llnnB In lnll.il ' 1.. ,1,1 mipii.in V,..nn.
....... l.,',u. - '. -.1,13 'UI (' W V. , ..(lltllO
nocustuo nuiancooi j-.ngiand; bunco my
efforts havo nlwavs been directed toward
I malntalhlhg thojios of "gjod understand
ing, ouen in spite, pt tno ill-will ortiio
Enirllsh crovurnnient.
I uayo,n'iw sinccrol v evplnined my po
sition to you; an.d ja t'l t way, you see, 1
rcclprot-ato tho perfoi rranknt'rs or ymtr
communication. Un always persuaded,
my dear General, of my interest In your
country, as woll as tin' friendship and tho
Ml-Ii esteem which I profess for . your
cuuriioiiir i nil menu at'iiiiniuiiu, a ro
plain, yours very affectionatuly,
; i : ; napoleon.
"Tills allude to rt copy of nn official
diipatch from General Webb to Mr. Sew
ard, urging tbo application nf tbo Monroo
doctrine to Napoleon, nnd thn giving no
tice that htil roinalnihrr in Mexico would,
bo considered by the United States ait act
of war.
.a. i
fxgrThecaSA of Mr. Thomas Earlo, n
prominent citizen of Worcestor, Mass,
whoso arrest for kidnapping his children
from tho cut tody of hi fortnor wifo In
Salom was givon by tolocraph some days
ne;o,. Is. n peculiar one. Mr. Enrltt n fuw
yurp npi brougt suit agtvliis t his wifo for
divbrfeJorY thoi crp'ond of infldolifv; but
-was ilnrtblo'to sustain tho charge. Ho'snon
Httor.wfliit o Mtrope witii. nts nidest son,
leaving his three" younger children with
tboir mother.- On his return Mrs, Karlu
with tkd nhlldrsn removed tn .Salom; nnd
Mr. Earlo. ultiriiately -procured a divorco
on thn,ghUhd:of)3os4rtlo'ni Shortly ufter
ward bq married again, and, gaining pos
Icsilbh Of, his children, ro'nved thorn to
Worcester; Tho 'first Mr. Karlo thoti
brought suit for tho recovery nf tbo two
youngost children, and thoy wero awarded
to her caro by Judgo Grav of the Supreme
c&uid ,-Gn th6'30t5 iilti-Mr '.Uirifl-vlsitcd
'Siiletii arid attempted to abdtici:tlip chil
d'ren.'but'wasiurrestbd and 'Impriiior.iHl on
,tbq sparge, of, kidnapping, his bail being
fix cd at $.33,090., ' JWIillo stops wore, bping,
taken to give tup required bonds, Mr.
Earls bocame exoitcd and said tbat ho
wished, ho had UilUd tt, the counol for
' "Tho ravy'f wm responJed to by tin
ilri. KMrlo, upon w itch lm va ronmnded
to hit i'ullund tho ready mrctlcj weniiro-
fttsud. U was .then. dUcovercd. tU.-tt the
.unfortunate marf bndboCoirioifhsAUel and
on TtiMdny ltt ho was taken to tho Lunn
tlc Aylum nt Worcester. A'ew Vcrk
Smi.
6fcJrTho qttculon of Uhlneso Imm'gra-'
lon as fir aCHllfnrnIn U conceniOLlinp-'
psrently-trorklng out Us own iolmWtr.Otio
tstlit can, who hai made thU question
his study for yotir, claims thnt tho num
ber of ('hlneio in that Stato lias deerea.oi'
twelvo per cent, slnco .limitary 1.
4TP K, MUHltAV. . r
GAS & ST&AMTlTTEf!
Itii ItomoT.JI-oiuthprTrv IIonBtuili
IHlirK 11UIU)fNU OX SEVENTH ST
lirtwcpn i noimf .rlnl anil Wnahl. ifl i.n
uvciiuca, Ojiiult Win er'a liloclc. '
llo lina Ti 'ly locreovd hi l:knd hanoiT
tin uriin n ikiii-itoi t inn icncii in.icif i.i, ren-i
aif, i-nll J, j-hl-, (ilnticr, gh-idea, ew. He lit
innritmi ninnm pri,- TO h trtwe.t- II . nt
II . - II ! , .S - . . . i . . A
"H'l" t .-. i.- - r. ii.t-riin til blip piliilli
mi IS.I '
A.UbM K.VNA.Sl'O.V
BUTCHER
ASl)DP.t;Enll5AU
KINDS OF FRESH MEATS
Cor iOtji and I'opUr St.,
Cairo, 7 - Illinois
Boy and linghtr Cnly nn bsteMlIe,imi.
andaliaepiwtxllanre'.aredtollll anr demand tut
frealti mcxnU rrow on pound to ten thoimsn.1
noiinii. ti, riii
COAL.
o o
COMPANY
iro Prepared to Supply Customers
with tho Vest quality or
PITTSBURG
AND
Illinois Coal.
Oralera n at Hallldar. Uioa. onice,
Ho. 7U Ohla Leree, or at tile (low!
Yard belnw theflt. Charlre Ho.
let, will Berelv Prompt
Allenilon.
Tf.e Tue "iMontaiik" will brine Coal alennidr
learners at anr hour, dav or nlaht.
.Calp.iO I. 2-Mh. 187H (f
J (ItiUliliil.DTlilXUullMK
DA.fiIX.TOVJLOC.13 DAIkDnn
Cor. 8th St. and Commercial nr.,
IX THE 1'MtltY IiU.ti:
sharp nanr.4'lea.i Towela and SkllW
al Mrrkiarn.
tjtdi-n'ar.'l Children' llalr Cut anil flhsmpooneii
nt-.i r at tlie ahnpor
A T Tlil-IH OWN 1IUME9.
Ontlflmcn? Whofcrnsnd Hair Dyed inaician
lite miuir.cr and .ultfiwtloncuariinteod.
fs.lt
Q.Vltl, Si. THO UAN,
la prepared o do all klada ot
PAINTING
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sb:op.
W THE PERRY HOUSE,
CORMCK CO MltCIAt. AVEIYOE ANH
S.IUIITSI NTRRSrr.
Yy G. OAltY,
PR1HCIPAL UNDERTAKER
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S.il.KS UOilM, Xn. 13 SIXTH STREET
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
mjOiltf
OHIO MIVi.H, CAIHO.
FULTOX Jt ,S()X.S, - - Proprietor
Aro No win full 0ivrillou,
Jlumrr. Pttltnn A Rous aro proparml lolurnian
11 ami 01 riouroi ine neat ipia uy, anu aiHt
ill Keert of al! kinda. (Indium Unur, Jn .v.-k
irin if auanl'tT) made from tli lifsl Wbil
Wheat aril-."
Family Grocer
Cor. 8th St.-A Washlugliui uvn.,
Cairo, - - - Illinois
laaii5i.,jra wii the lrejl'i"! '
Oraaerlee, Ur'eeh anil nrlrd ad Can.
urtl SrtilO. -1
Blessed Poultry, fieih Mk
AM wy tbioj clio ufmlod tor.lnmlly aupply
111
It la la atirt oua 01 1:10 gtocKed (trocetim in
tba eur, , 1.1. '. .
t -mmuscc of public patrouai 0 it rcmiw;ilully
4bllelUd.j a .".i'.tUii dMlloSra
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Forwardinrg ..Jflerghnts
: iiK.tiiStS'w niJC
.z.l o:UO bat s.tioJ J?.
Fi.oiiK, consniyi fix v.
sto)aaor edr
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Muc-C'ivw to IVrlj'-Ajia.j. ,
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Flour, Mtral, liny, Cornt'WtaS,
GorJbthSt.l0likrt.eVee
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caiuo; "iriiiiois.
fenSfc)
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Wo, TOittllMXiafllB
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PROl
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qonstissioM . mf.kcitant
- !tdi 7-t)hio Ldrce; -
' CAIRO, ILL.
Npcclnl attention bIvcii to Con alga
diiila and FIUI11K Ordera-
X. StrnUop.j
1 Ih
IHAllU. IV OSIair,
uccessori to Stistton. Hudson QUils.1
Wlioleale
GROCERS
COMMISSION -MERCHAW1
Gt-IRO. ILL.
ni A nerli-au Powder C., and
-a Airi-nta for CotSQB Vara
.1 unit 1 !
PHYSICIANS.
i W VDGY WAK. M. D., PEyst-
ZL. eiun, Surgeon and Accoiichour, tor
uoriy ol Auua, Uuion Co., Illinois, Has perm a.
icnlly located in city. OFFICE-Commerclrl
Arenue, butwtcn ith and Mb' Stresta West aide.
"tnarchldly ' ,"
c.
IDB-NCE-Corucr Nlptb and Walnut
PFIC'E Corner (ilxlh Street and Oslo Leren
(PJICK IIOOnS-Krotn 0 a.m. to 13 m., and
pm
lAtXLIA.II II. SilIITU.M. I
Tf ltUSIDE.NCK-No.21, Thlrtoenth ren
itwoon Washington Arenue aud Walnut Street
IFFt.'K. lVh CYmnrialtAVi-i it lHi ir
H.i
WAUU.EU, M. D., Cairo
II EVIDENCE corner of Nineteenth at..
nd Wasblitton are; - OVVICK On- Commercial
ive.,..rer iho l.toffleo? UKFCK WOUKS
from K'itim to li ml, (Bundsra. aicepledl and
fom rtd 5 pm. w
4 cm:: id.
Inventors hivinu
bitsic'. Ih rise
ratted
S'e I'.imut Ottlce will n'j ittr,bitaiiisiae
to intrii.ili In tho ;nanda uf tho old establuhed
firm of (
Mason, Fenwlck l-Mesce,
IMieiit Ace ma, Weill, sjlon
1.C.
Tb yJitve doaejr busivj") lajjia-aSMI
'!"?.! ."SIX ilwiiiora 1 V?l1a",,
fae-
tern
tvsi. si. r-AititiH.
lnteathr5nrNmj.';frcoP6Wlal4-d3&iir Water
urnio 11 ,ra.
(Iilro. pril3n.lh71. aprDdlrn
nuiiii 1 -
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iu b-ltu l Hind ,ajlt)Oit
1
rrvn oalc
1 - iriini riHir
J I... J i I UWUUUIV
FA HIS From vrruonl. Iadonderrr
QlH.KOtv or Ouoeualown t Cavlro
Mitau. Ten ... j si
Huinirds XoriU,CiasiffV,iirt'.
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