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3'A3irES K. DOOLTTTJiK,
.1ccl to (he dennon of tht national dem
Th N Vork U'uild on .Seminr lioolitilo.
"His record Li so consistent unit utttar
uUhfJ thnt it ii(ii he lil.rned In a utruiyht
line Jraun ucroa a nziUn elcnr licutn,
itmwtrtttl by the tluetuiitiny ntmoipierc
of American politic, throwjU the jiait
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f IT i . II,1M "U'I,! i'1" ii '". mi-
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L Ili lo un""1 " MK- tho
1 1 , .' l"y'l'lB "ur ri-'lo--eitiiii,, nnd tltiu
' '" "'" l-'eriuiKlrirv of the iiittiun."
Tub waters of the Magnetic Spring!),
utemgau, are said to be having a re
Babble effect on Chief Justice Chase
"i" return to health and strength being
now almost assured.
UiK naiaca of three gentlemen aro
pOKcn' of to Bueceed .Tnbi. t,r.i
United States Senator from Ohio, cither
of whom would do honor to the State
l to tho Dcmocraey, viz . ,J udge llu
. itaunsy, tienoral Thomas Kwint'
IMR.... I r. F
-ranjeorgu W. .Morgan.
fro!, .V H,) u " wv
f'tMI,4?,,nhylve to the
--jwMruoyrouuu tllu W()tlj ..... ,
leeu the Ul
Vtcerovh and , . v ""S.niperorh,
oiuh uae uot mnouutcu t(, Uv.. ,imi
It 5h further aUted tl,at rt,eV
of .We will,, Ji.e-
,n . , . . v"1 ,ur noiuo. lf
tUU bo true, tt indicate. ail aberration of
utnueet on the part of ,hc great travel.
or. ne had better htay on the M ,r
i.. .. ' rmu0I
wnero wo ualacun an. 'i'i,..
..reno kiug8 or at Auburn, and
moreover the crowned heads ia '
Wtion of Mr. S(i,ard l0
Ike American people arc not tmlto
As Tl!K fiicti fi me out tho Mrnngo
no.s of (irantf iiardoii ol Ifoncn dis-
atipcar . Who c-'iiM Imvo resisted tlio
trlJtch Mrs. Roivcn
No. '2 U M"' if "!,vo Bent to tlio prcsi
Jornm.tr, lir .tune 1 1S7I.
Xrfjlrvp, V. F. a.nnl, 1'ttthUnt M
:r!'0.:"'.';.:'",?J,C(J, ,s,,".!!'..f0""ALYi.1;0 ?
liricr:....... v.. .y. IKint'N, it
I Men my.
Wlillo I fool myfolf (jnntly in-
Iny former litilmi!d, U. 0. Hitwon,
I lnriwl ft .
I - i . ' .1 '
1 I loreire ..nil. i Know nn nas ueen un-
ju'tlv iw'piiil of greatur crime! than ho Is
ciilll'vur. lie It not a intirdercr, ns he
hm been clmig-d. He Uu kind hearted,
concrou imiii, of many cood impulses.
He was tpiiipt.d, and has fallen. 1 desiro
lr urn vkmim ii j II 1 1 U II I U I 17 V I Ul II I 111 II b J Ull I
imllili. I urn v on will not Millur linn to
bo imprisoned, but will pardon him. Ho
was & kind husband : his worst fault Is in
loving women. I prnv vnti will not nil-
I for him to enter tlio stuto iriuti
but pardon him for oursakes. No woman
knows him better than myself. Hclsgen
orou. lio is nolilp. I'nrUon nim tor num
bers two and thrf o.
Mi:. T.vniTiiA lnK Howkn
ui cour.-o me oniy iiiing to ue uono
tn .. 1.1. . 1 , 1
with a man who "is not a murderer,"
and whose "worst fault is m lov-
wg women, was to pardon nun.
Wiioso lovctli much, of tho ?amc much
shall bo forgiven.
TilK extraordinary proclivity of tlio
I radical prc. to talk about corruption
' in the city of New York, and its equal-
i. .. i , t
uAiniorumary iiiauiiuy to perceive
vuirujuiuu auywiierc cifc, is mo suoiect
ot comment by many journals. The
. .... i
Now York, Sun. ninonir others, remarks
that "from the wav in which some re-
- ' I
i . ..l.i:... ! .... p
jmuuiijouruiiis turn ur niu.o ui
their ejes at the nccounts alleged to
'have been copied from the books of
' the city comptroller, one would sup-
1 pose that they did uot dream that the
1 customhouse in this city 19 a sink of
1 corruption and extortion, that the in
' ternal revenue department throughout
1 the country is replete with roguery and
1 rascality, that the carpet-bag adminis
1 trations have scarcely a parallel for
' venality, fraud and greed, in the histo-
' ry of modern times, aud that from the
' hour he took the oath of office the
' president has been accustomed to be-
1 6tow lucrativo offices in return for val
' uablc presents."
The New York Metropolitan Jlccord,
also, humbly suggests that, while the
subject of corruption is up, a few such
queries as the following might justly
obtain a small share of radical attention.
First "What is becotno of tho twenty
millions of dollars which, according to
Secretary Uoutwell, havo been lllchcd from
the internul revenue department by repub
lican rogues during tho past four or ilvo
tJccuuu into wlioeo pockets havo gone
the inlllioi.s paid for bo2ti southwestern
mail co itracts, authorized by tho corrupt
republican nnp. wnicu is at present run
ning tho postolllco department at Wash
Third Whatnbont tlio shameless snlo
of public oillces by president Grant, and
the enrichment ot litmsult and u whole ar
my ot" i.it idicant relations at the vxpenso
of tho na onal trcasurv?
Kourtl AVhal "lightning calculator"
cun tlguio up the millions and millions
which have been stolen from our impover
ished cor ttrymcn at tho south by tho
hordes ot carpot-tmsgors wh'ch tlio Times
party has fjunrtcred upon them evertinco
tlicclnso of tho wur?
Fifth Into whoso pockets went tho hun
dred of thousands of dollars that have
been oozing through tho "navy'' ring in
sending to rcinoto naval stations war vet.
sols fiiiperfectJj- ttiiod up, (tho ill-fated
uneida lor example; at tlio satno tlnio tlio
treasury had been charged as If nothing
had been wanting ? '
Suth What about tho navv airent. S.
1. lirown. a republican net. who lias lust
been ulven an important public bu'.UiiiL'
ontrnct, notwithstnndlrit: tho fact that ho
is chained on tho fourth auditor's books
with Slrt.000 as stlckiliL' to his llmrers.
though due to the government?
NEWS OF TUB DAY.
(I'ermni d nnd Imjn ro.niil.)
Sivaiinnh U worked up ubuit gurrotors.
KnglUh htaiidiiis oollim nro comin ' in
Harriet Ilojrnof will spuiul tho summer
Slmkospoaro drinking lugur U depicted
on a Clnclnniiti fi.'ti.
A -Vurlolk, Vn , .ciliil iikiu whs u fruit
peiller tlx years ngo.
Victor Hugo U writing up thu Into
dlsiiureoinoht In France.
Ihivt-rout lrandy is an KnglUh tipple,
said to beat root Lour.
N IlsMin's summer toilets nro lironouncod
A .Minnesota jumr nddrnssod u nolo to
tliolndge, in which hestvled him "Onnrn-
i Scotehmiin mined Huy, bus patented
n process for making p:ipar outoat-hilhks
Tho wedding trousseau of MissThrock
morton, who was marrlod a few days sinco.
cott 2'.i,000 in gold
A colored woman was lately received
at Nashitu by cxprcst from Annpolil
duly marked and paid fur,
Mm. Agues Seanland Leonard, ilia
caiiio of a recent lio.'iiicido In Chicago, I
about to write "tho lale tragedy of my
life' for publication
Tho colored ton of Atlanta, Ga., havo
a novel way of getting up "sworeos;'
hund of music plays before tho door whil
a 'tier urges tho darkies to go in "on!
twenty-ilvo cents, gemmen, and fourteen
wiitermlllliins to divide among tho nw
genco ! '
Mrs. Mary K. Nealy, of Washington
vstonishcu to hoar (Jen. Schonck'i
uuugnirs quoted u beautiful by tho
r.nglWh jMtpors. Sho says thoy luvo
v"" "u,iei iiu mile, common iyes
r3u,t llko thrtr fntlsor, who is
"kii chuck uonci, and little com
T ft .... . ..
""iianeous musical new?, th
Chief item U il,. If- Ml. . ....
u.,n i " ,ur" ''""worn Thomas
b JUt in Henteinber
, " j"ui lauy who it so
ho vorv lin n. i i.....
I'miim-u younit ludv wtm t.
,1 ' ns won m
V mul uml wllu tlioThoma.
oreJiestra will i;lv0 ,aiU ,.,,....
Htciuvsny llul), Nw York, btfuro tturtlni:
Oil IU Uililnr'u
' ' V R IIIIIUI
Joney Republican tnto
co.umittro lin called n Btato convontton to
liomlnnto Republican candidate- for
bU,V...W., ... - , -
Tlio Now Orleans Picayune snya that
titular tlio direction of n bad class of
wllllp Ihrt fimtrnna nfMinl ll- 1m vn nrcntl.
Imitation of tho Ku-Klux Klan,
. ,. .. . . . ....
l"" "lyuci in viow boing to control mo
polltlcul influcnco of tho colored popula-
uon in invor of tlio faction headed vy
Tlio management of tho Now Orleans
cu'tom.houio bv tho brother-in-law of
tho president is thus spoken of by
Htnubliean of that cltv. "Thov nro fil
ling tlio Oiistom-homo with all tho politl
cnl vagabonds of tho State. Thoy are giv
Ing lurgo aalarios out of tho. public
inonoyj to men who nro unfitted for nny
public employment, and who nro only ex-
pecttdto nttend club 'meetings. Thov nro
adding hundreds of men to rollsivhorc
none nto needed and navlnc them for
. . v
work novor done
Two colored men wero hunir In North
Carolina on tho 3ht Init, for tho murder
of James v. Itedfoarn, n rcspectablo
whito citizon of Anson county. On tho
scaffold ono of tho men confessed tho
crime. His dying tpocch was n singular
mixture of religion, politics and good ad
vice to tho pcoplo of his raco. "I loll nil
you black folks you must novor steal any
thing, nnd If you havo stolen anything
never steal anything ruoro. Never co
wnore tnoro is naa men, wicked men
i.ooK and see wnero it tins urouglit mo.
. . . ...
Thorois a party thoy call tho Union
P"y - wo rauicai party, uncy novcrao
. .1 . . ll. . mi
. , ,,. Vo ,
com0 t0 nna say, Lewis, horo is something
before you die. I ndviso you ull to take
caro of yourselves."
LETTER FROM EX-GOV. OOLESBY.
UK rEUF.Ml'TOUIL Y DECLINES 1IEIN0 A
Decatur, Ills., July 25, 1871,
To tho Editor of the Chicago Evening Journal:
An articlo in your paper yesterday
stated your belief that if tho Republican
party of tho stato should namo mo for tho
offl.-o ot member of congress from tho
stato nt large, I would not feel at liberty
to decline the nomination. "Who tho con
vention, which will meet on tho 20th of
September next, may sco lit to nominate,
I of courso do not know; but feeling that
tho articlo to which allusion has been
mado may, in connection with very flatter
ing notices of my poor qualities in sovoral
other prominent Republican journals in
tho state, create tho impression that I am
in somo way, or half way, a candidate for
congress, I feel it duo to truth, to propriety
and tie intcrcFt of our great national and
nation saving party to again and publicly
stato that I urn not a candidate, and shall
not be, for congress at largo.
After a continued servico of ten years,
I am content to remain with my familv in
thoalluirs of privalo life. I seek not n
gain to otrer my services to tho public,
In tho most emphatic manner in which 1
cun glvo expression lo my fuulings, and
that I may put to rest all doubt or uncer
tainly in tho minds of thoso deserving
gentlemen who may havo somo wish to
servo our cause in that position, I make
tho early reply to your article, that I
shall, In no ovent nnd under no circum
stances, become n candidate for congress
Whenovcr 1 can servo thu causo ot hu
man freedom, or in tho ranks of tho- Rep
ublican party assist in sustaining a just ap
preciation ol public virtuo properly rebuk
ing that spirit of personal ambition
which would break through ovory res
traint of morals, and compromlso tho pres
tige of tho best party on earth, I shall fer
vently continue to do so. At no timo
sinco tho organization of, tho Republican
party nas tuo ucsi intorcst ol Uio country,
the maintenance of its credit, the sottlcd
regulation of its tinancial affairs, tho pre
servation of public order, n provident
regard for It in Juslriog, thu gradual and
judicious reduction ot taxation, the pro
tection of tho rights of citizens, tho main
tenance of tho Union, paramount ovnr tho
distractions of stato rights, and tho faith
ful execution of just, wlso and humane laws
moro earnestly dornandod tho continuance
of our partv in power, than tho present.
K. J. OGLKSUV.
NTKltr.STINO HKMIN1SUKNCKS OfTltK CA!.-
I'rrmtho Wnshlnglon Chronicle.
The "now Californian poet," Joaquin
.Miller, ns ho is called, who U creating n
seiipiititin in Knglisii liturnry circles, aud
receiving thoeommendations oftho Time$,
llienwum, l'alt Mall uazelte, and too
tulie, is tin Urcgonian, aud his real namo
U C. Iliner Miilcr. His father, Union
Miller, settled with his familv wife, four
rons and ono daughter near thu town of
huge.no City, In J.ano county, Uregon,
early twenty years ago, wiiontne subject
f this sketch was u boy. "Hinor" went
to California, probably in 1858, nnd spoilt
- l . It l' .1... ...t I.'..
II BIlUll. I11I1U III W1IU 11III1U0, llVttr AUtUHU
Vr'hero it was reported that ho got into a
dilUcully and shot at the sherifl of Biskly
county, uu returnini: uomo no attenuud
school In KUL'une Ultv till somotlinn in lKf.n
and was in tuo samo clau as tho writer of
this article. Ho then spent about a vcar
u Eastern Oregon, and what is now
Idaho, running a pony expross and carry
ing letters and papers from tho nearest
postofllco, u distanco of two orthreo hun
dred miles over the mountaius and through
tuo inuian country to tho miners
Again ho roturned homo, and for
a short timo during the early part of tho
war oi mo rebellion, no edited the JSugono
City Jicvicw. a Democratic nannr. and as
mo wnier oi in is was editing tno Jtcpubll-
unii iu itir ineru ai uio lime, no uns a ma
tlnct recollection of n llcrco war of words'
boon after this ho married Miss Minnln
Myrtle, a youtn; ladv who had ncoulred
n reputation as a wiitor of vorscs. Ho
tnon wont east ot tho Cascado Mountain
with his young wife, and settled in tho
irold-mlnlni: uamn of " Canvnn Cltv. on
lonn uay'a river, in tho now county o
. . . . j l "
vjiaiti, ivuuro nu iuiout ins tningio as an
aitorney at law. no was soon afterward
olectod County Judge or Grant county by
tho Domocrats, and remained thoro till
tho sprlne of 1870, durinc which tlmi. im
accumulated considerable, and publishod
in uiu lueni iiuwnjiajiers, irom lime to
timo, i pnrt of tho poems which ho has
sinco coucctuu and publ shed iu
L'tndon. in tho spring ho camo back to
his old homo nt i-ugono City, soparnted
from his wlfo. leavini: hor and two httln
children provided for, and on tho lith o
.Inno IH70 tllll llftr fll nnr Sliitn n ni nn
ho lell tho Willametto Valley for Europe,
aud was, I boliovo, thu Paris uorresnon-
dent of a leading Now York paper during
Iho Franco-fJormnn war. His last produc
tion beforo leuvlng the shores of thel'aci
no was a parting farowoll to his wife
u.,.lul;."1.. Myrri "id addressed to " M
.11. .11. ilinnlp Myrtlo Millar anil
was published over lits slgnnturo on tho
t tut vi oiiiu'i Kiuvi uaysuueruu depar
turo (ho carrying awav nn ndvanced proof
,, fcllu uiultuii IJUIII. .......
which, although Republican, wai thopa
ppr ho solootod as tho medium of most of
nis publications, as his fathor, lirotuors
nnd nearly nil of his warmest porsonal
friends wero of that school of politics. To
this production his wlfo published a ronly
In Vorso. noon nftnr lila ilnnnrttiro. In which
ho critlcif.nd lilm in mvnrn terms. Ono
of his brothers. J5r. .Inhn IJ. Miller, loft
Orogon to sorvo In tho Union
Army In Vlndnln. nnd is now
residing in Kastnn. Vn. Ills othor
brothors And narenta Are still residing
near Eneono Cltv. In thn beautiful valloy
oftho WillnmetlQ, and his only sistor, Ella,
died in that placoa fow months ago. It
was reported that ho becamo acquainted
with MIm Tkf rvtln l.v unltin hnr vnries In
print, and in this way comincn.'Ol corres
ponding with hor. before thov had teen
cacn oiner. xben ho callod at nor nomo,
nn Coot Bay, tho first timo an other gn
tlomani who was paying his address to
Miss M., happened to bo in tho house.
whoroupon "Iliner' Introduced himself
by drawing a revolver and driving his ri
val from tho room. Thoy were then mar
ried and wont to Eugeuo City. Perhaps
thero is somo truth In this, because in
her roply, Mrs. M. M. M. rcproachos
him for coldness nnd neglect, after hav
ing driven hor lovor from hor presonco
nnd separated thorn forever. Ho is as
impulslvo nnd reckless as Uyron, but is a
truo and noblo friend. In this forewoll
he predlctod that ho would havo n "namo
among tho princely fow," which may yot
THE DECADENCE OT KNOLAND.
From tho London Spectator.
Thorn Is In this country but ono L'reat
political institution left alive, nnd that is
endeavorinc to commit suicido by asphyxia.
Tho throno as a political power is dead;
tha lords nro dvlnc: and if tho IIouso of
commons loses tho respect of tho country,
thoro will bo nothing left. Kvory sign
seems to show that it is fast lossing It.
From ovorv part of tho ctnplro comes up
florco complaints that the IIouso of com
mons attempt to do ovcrything, will do
nothing, and will sutler nobody elto to act.
Ireland Is in such a race! at tho dead-lock
of her privato bill legislation that schemes
aro seriously consiucrod lor traniioring
that portion, at least, of Irish business
back to Dublin. "Wo ourselves described
last week tho irritation in Scotland at tho
impossibility of making way for tho
Scotch education bill. Tho English nro
waiting in no plcasnnt mood for at least
a dozen roiorms, not ono oi winch can
bo so much as attompted. The country,
wcarv oftho long talk, almest ceaso to ex
pect anvthintr from Parliament, and con
cerns itself so littlo in Its proceedings that
tho nowspapors lind anything moro inter
esting to their readers man accurato rar
liamentary reports. The speeches in the
Cemmonsaro reduced tonsunimnry which
often makes them unintelligible, whllo
ono half of nil that occurs in tuo Lords is
ot reported at all. Tho threat of resist
ance to measures forciblo resistance as tor
example, to parts of Mr. Uruco's licensing
bill Is frequently heard, and to all ap
pearance creates no irritation, while in
one-third oftho cmpiro county after coun
ty sends up a representative who lolls tho
Commons that tho ono passionnto desire
of his countrymen is to bo rid of them
Tho fooling that tho House is filled by
men who belong intellectually to nn infe
rior class is diffusing itself among tho cul
tivated, till tho IIouso being in many cir
cles spoken of ns tho IIouso of repre
sentatives is in America as a vestry to
which ill-forluno confides a great deal too
much power. It is whilo all theso symp
toms nro in tho House of Commons wo
6ny tho House, for both parties aro guilty,
though not in equal degrees increases
not only the public Irritation, but tho pub
lic contempt, nnd tho statesman's doubt
whether tho House, liuo tho crown and
the l'ccrt, has not survived its vigrous
time, by nullifying its own functions,
through a refusal either to accept or reject
tho measures which the Premier has pro
OHOCKRIKS AND DRY UOODH.
NOTIONS, ROOTS AND SHOES,
HATh AND CAI-s, ETC.,
Una jmt received lieav; nlook at Boots and
nnurn, numery Him noiionp,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
Iin td.o linn a Tine etoek of I'nmlly Groceries ot
CORNER SIXTH-ST. AND COMMER.
CAIRO CITY COAL
lit .reiarrd to Bii.dy cumoniers with the liett
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
Ido stettiiiors at aaj hour,
NEW TYPE F0UND11Y
ST. LOUIS I1RAN0H
BOSTON TYPE FOUNDRY,
Con. CiiKHTNiiT a.vi, Skuonu 8th,
hT. LOUIS, MO.
iiuuh, ,i j. n. ... .. juinypo or every myle,
made of tho ce ebrn ted lUrVund TouBfi Mita
peculiar to l he Hosiuii Typo Foundry, briwHriilo,
li.ii. In. metal rurn ti re. ,,A,,.,t lni,.'
canci, stands, eoiiiponltlon llck, premeH, roller
r.ilut..,yltinn. UalleVH. Ihv I. rnuV.au n.lluriH..n.
ehlneH, iiaper and ewid cutluri. to., etc., kept
constantly onlunil. Addreia nrdera
rfAi"ir.B n. n I , juun, eiHUVKar,
Ht. Louli lirnnchof tlio Uostoit Tyno Konndy
O'V'JySJ'1 "'.''"'"''ny "rot. olllco, 70 OHIO
-Wrf'Slti itM,v" V.rd below tho HU
nil, HMUUL-IIHI U1UIIM
l. I.oul", Mo.
" Okn.d, Itu '
IN rutt SUIT
at uWatr' itula STORE.
FMB SirrLT, Daiit.
l II r r v t r r i ; ,
sit 'aiinr Jroa via witboit taoriti'' :
At Bahclits'; rvfc-
J E L M B 0 li I)g
GRAPE f CATAWBA
CATAWIIA 1 ORAI'E
(.CATAWBA S t I ORAPE S PILLS
AMD AM, Of
TRE8II JfROil FIRST HANDS,
Alwaya Id stock Id Urgo cupply, tnd for Aid b
1 i .
FDRESH BLUE liXCTT
rr Mala by tfe Olana, Bll or UalUss
rExTKA i'lNK Coloonk;
arGKNuiNK Imported Extract1,
fllAiR, Tootu and Nail BrusUxh;
riKDiA Rubber Mcrskry Goo
PURE -WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Best grades in large stock and va
riety, Very cheap;
a Lao t
Fuii. Link or Co6rs,
hit a xi) m oil;
Paint limshea, LI awed Oil,
Whitewash P jaihea, Turpentine,
Varnishes Ete. etc.,
ALL BINDS ADD IT AX DA BD Ql'AUTIU
' a It O 0 K R I K p ,
: : : : Cairo, III.
oiDua moMTTLT Tiiiie; I
O. D. WILLIAMSON,
1 . 1
-rfpec!l attenllOB, glvta to Conlgo!niBla
and Blfing ordera,. ' , ?, -
IMM IUKANT ?tVHKVt
I.Iverjool, Mew-York- and Philadelphia
I'XIitB COMTAiCT WITH LKItID 1TATII AND Altl
For Carrying tho Mails.,
fok passaIqe tickets
OB JtBTIUB.UruaNUTIOB'j ,
APPLY TO JOHN Qi DALE, Aar.j-.'
IHl Broadway, New York, or to 1
II. JTowpt ir , ' I
SIB Wtihlngton ATtnue, Calrfl. illl'aoia.i
, SALE, V For fi.jeFptt' SAP !, ,.
rra rom xuvKfirouL.
.Faro from Londoniikkbt,
, Faro from' Qtliioow,
Farp f?om' QoirBT,oyw 5
TO CAIRO, : : x : : t l : 4 8.0 ,
... . 11 - ' 1
Haflomi, MoTfla Cndew. Ajwmtr.-.-f
THE PEOPLE'S ME AT, ijABKET-
ClfAM. CA-t-KB WO.,
', 1 . 1
PBorairro.r ' L
KEEPiconsUflt;! on luwd .tht ibett of Met,
pork, inutton, real, lamb, aamaxe, pudding,
eto.' Kreah whito lard' In Any uuanllty, corned
Ijeef, etc., alwaya on hand.
Orders promptly llllvd, and pull? fiction warrant
led. r,T , .- . , , tWU
.1 . .1 1 . 1 JH
Butcher una Dealer In
ull KJMtU I'reBli
COBNIB NlNBTKNTH AKD POUAB HTallT.
BHYH and alauRhiera only the wy' cBttl.
hOKtand alieep, and la prapared'W'Blr any
jaod for freali mean from one pound to ten
thouaand oimd, oi20r
.' .'.. 1 .
.1 i' I ' , 1ANU
-' '.. ll V,l It
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
aim A enl- or
Uhl Rlitr Hud Kannnlin
.111 'A.. 1
.. " I'M .
70 Ohio Lea'Ee,
W. U. UORRI!
"""'"1 II. It. L A 3 11 A. K
f oiary runnc, No. Pub. and U. H. Ubi.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
. JtTNA, UAKTl-OHD,
AiaeU ...m ,S,M9,'4I W
HORTII AMERICA, l'A.,
Aiaela... .2,73,000 Cw
Y! ABTFOKD, CONV
Aietl .2,M',J10 T.
. . . fUlKNIX, HARTFORD,
Aaaett.- 1,781,118 6C
INTERNATIONAL, N. V.,
Axels.. 1,51,303 17
Al-t.. ...... .,937 W
Atta .... ..,.. .., H3,C73 85
Aaaeta . &tf,27il il
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Asatta ...I'O.i'U 0)
s CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIKE,
Aaaeta .. .....,. ji.ujfi.aiu to
TKAYELER'h, HARTFORD, LIFE AMU
RAILWAY rASHENOERa' AFHURANCK
Aaaeta, i, ...C30,C? 6S
SAPFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
1 - . "
, dly Natl'o'uid'tlank. CAIUO. ILL.
MRE AND MARINE
if S XT 12 JL 1ST O E3
NIAQARA, n. y.,
Aaaeta ,4S.,te 2
iii; , v oEruania, n. r.f
'iMli ..;....I..r , -JliO08,T-l 78
, i., , , UANOVEB, H. ,Y., , ,
Aaaata., -'.........,., . ,71t3,8C2 W
1 REPUBLIC, N. T.,
Aiseli.,., ,., .7H.W5 00
OoraprlaloK the Underwritera' Aaoncy.
Y0NXER8, N. V.,
Aiiata .!, "MM 15
ALU ANY CITY,
Aaaeta r ; - "M-1W 23
yiREAtKN'B UNP, 8. P.,
'(BiCVMliX, K. Y, MABINB,
i. Furniture, nulla and Car.
at rUt m Aroiabte 5 aound,
7 Will warra-Vt. '
1 reapectlully ak of the JltlKna of Cairo, a
umca nv rirst national li asc
'SSno and COMM
nOOIIN, KANII, I"
W. W. TH OR l
ctAtrn 1 I
"t e s -T . 1 . .1
HLINDS, WINDOW V
Office on Tenth !
Ilelneeu oiinuerelnl nml wll
AHhN'I?h.",r,.K.0Ck Ill"f I'ler.
u w '.h "'. , c"n'l t'irliciiii.
and. Juhu n t'niroed Itootlnjr I
S. WALT EUS?!
HARD and SOFTLU
ot every description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDA1
DOORS, SASH, HJaInJ
Kurnlahetlon thortent notlc
Comuicrcial-av, bet. 10th aud 'A
co a i, and noun.
P. M. WARD,
WOOD AND C(
I? MlWA,KI"" J"TM"i (O .1(1, K
L , Mre Hood and nlono Coal j
in any part up Tin: cm
And In any quantity deired, on shor?
COAL DELIVERED at f l.SO i
0KK1CK Urer lleerwart. Orth A Cnl
tvrodoora alore the corner of Klirhtli .1
MRS. M. SWANDERJ
DEALER IN IILLINI
LADIES FURNISHING GC
('viiiineretal Aveuae, oppoalle
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' Vl
.Made lo order, or KeadyMado.
A full assortment of MIb.io' and
Hati and BonncU Of tho latest M
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE
IRS. C. IcGEE,
EIOUTII HTIIKET, BETWEEN WASlIll
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUES
linn jiitt recclvoil a full and nplcndld ll
Dren trlihminua. "Ilk Kiinix. allk aalool
pure locea, moiB trlmmlnRi, crocket Ll
Lilt. Hlu, Lulin. ..t..-k Ilm.il
Tf t, hata and bonnetf, nne kid ulOTea, ladil
childreua' ahoea, and a full and complete tl
Millinery and Fancy Gc
All of which ahe propones to sell atl
THE VERY LOWEST CASH PKNl
The Illinois Central Ita.ll Iloail ComiuiiT
oiler for aale the following deicribed Iota lni
Auuitipnio tue uuy 01 vairo, viz 1
Lot 27 block to. liOt 21 block S-
h jh 20, ' 82,
' & " tfi, " !M " 82,
G ' 82, 31 ' 82,
' 2U " 82, " 3i " 82.
For terms, etc., apply lo JAMES JOUNSOfl
CORNER SIXTH and WALNUTJ
(Entranco on Hlxth-st,,)
F. J. Oaken,
II. C. L'adr.
r CINCINNATI, OHl
K. 13. Loawlck,
0AKE9, CAUr 4 CO. Proprietors.
Opposllo tho Poatoffice, on Sixth Street belwl
naailinsionuuu Vionillivtviui hi""
Thli lioti-o )us been tliorouahly oTerUul
mo rocpnon of kubU. Tno rooms ro mi m
autlweH ventilated, an J fualuturo new. , lh
COMMEUCIAL-AVKNUE, OPPOSITE P.
JOSEFU UAYLJS8, lli!! PIlOPniETOR.
The House is Newly Fuhnisiu
And offer to the public flrst-clnsa accommodl
tivun wi ivAavitnuio rates.