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OFFICE Npj, 13, ethStrqojt, ThrKt6h'sr Btiildttig. "
K .'I OOi:.
r " MPNi)AY EVENING. MAY 31. 1869.
31 I T ' IjJIHIIlf
JOHjN H. OBERLY & CO
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"THE PROOF OF THE PUDDING
"It la hard to convince a man against
lib will." Tbo truth of this saying finds
an apt illustration in tho persistent refu
sal of Chicagoans to acknowledge that
srraln may bo shipped to Liverpool via
St Louis and Noy Orleans without heat-
li Vrlll mimnMl nr. nilf nvurtf' WAfllf (lV
ten days; word comes back that they ar
rived In tho Liverpool market in prime
order, and at a cost of carrlago tulrty
threo per centum below that via New
York, yet the press of Chicago persistent
ly declare that tho humidity of tho south
ern climate, and the warm breath of tho
gulf curronta aro insurmountable obsta
cles In tho through route via New Or
leans. At tho very tlmo when over ono
million bUHholsof corn were rotting with
heat in tlip Chicago elevators, over six
thousand car lou'ds of 'grain woro sent to
Liverpool via the Mississippi river, and
not a slnglo quart of It was damaged bj
tropical Inlluotice.sl What nioro con
vincing proof of tho safety and excel
lence of our great water routo can reason
able men expect or require?
A Missouri country paper, taking up
the cudgel In favor of our route, tlls
courseth sensibly as follow: "Tho pres
ent topic of interest In .St. Louis and
Chicago commercial circlet), undone that
deoply coucerns this wholo western coun
try, is ihe Inauguration by tho St Louis
grain association of a movement to turn
the grain trade of tho Northwest down
the Mississippi river. Tho association
claim that It uan put the grain from the
Northwestern States Into market via the
river to New Orleans cheaper, safer and
mro rapidly than it can bo carried from
Chicago by rail and. Uiujlakec Chica-
g an were at first disposed to laugh the
Uea to scorn, but they Jinvb since goue
vigorously to work, figuring, arguing and
mvearlug how tho thing can never be
dene. The moiaturoof the. Southern cli
mate is tho great bugaboo with which
they are now seeking to frighten tho
s l of their adversaries. They have
aimitted, at last, that wheat may be car
ne 1 cheaper by this route than by any
other, but they claim that it will heat ,
auJ spoil In pa-sing the gulf. Meant! ne
tu arrival at Liverpool from New Or
leans of a cargo of wheat In good order,
an I at a cost of twenty cents a bushel
en than the usual rate via Chicago and
New York, Is rather a stunning answer
t Oh'ago bluster. Other cargoes aro
a'" -ady quietly finding their way to mar
ket through this great natural outlet, and ,
i' 'iinbstruetotl by Miperficlal ukiikvh,
hu ii, for Instance, as the activity of Chi
c.t;jnnd tuiplticui'ss of St. Io'uls, thoy
Will continue to do ho as naturally and as
surely M tho waters run'to'thp feea. 1 Tho
ou y wonder is that St- Louis should
have been so long In finding out and im
j r vlng her Immense commercial ad
tiov. Senterof Tennesneo Is In favor
of universal sufirago and amnesty. His
competitor for the guberorlal honors,
Colonel Stokes, holds that theru is no re
demption for rebels; that their only right
U the right to be haugud,- aud that tho
very Idea of vesting them with the priv
ileges and immunities of citizens is mon
strous. This being the position of tho two
men, the following from the Chicago
'Tribune' fills tia with amazement:
"Looking at tho question from a nation
al point of vlow, wo cannot forbear
saying that Govornor Seuter represents
the better policy. To prolong tho politi
cal puulshmont of the rebels U 'nelther
wise nor Just. They constitute a large
portion of the people of Tennessee
Thousands of their sons have reached
manhood since tho closo of the war, and,
auuually, theru are large additions to
the number who feel the disfranchise
ment of their relatives and friends koou
ly, aud resent it as a personal outrage.
While the disfranchisement continues,
the ex-rebels uud their friends must
regard themselves, In the contemplation
of law, alien enemies In their native
state, and' thoy will be very likely to
assume the attitude which tho law gives
them. Every year of dislrauohisomont
serves to embitter thorn against tho ex
isting government, aud tends to
strengthen their purpose, when they do
get power, to retaliate, upon their eno
mlis. Good polley demands the earliest
aud most liberal relaxation of tho
NE W DEMO VJiA TIG PAPEIi
Mit A. Dates has commenced tho pub
lication of n democratic weekly paper in
Marlon, Williamson county, called tho
"People's Friend," tho first number of
which la'oji.our,tabloTlt!rf w'eif printed,
betrays considerable editorial ability,
and is largo enough to serve tho field In
which It purposes operating. Thodomoc
racy of Wllllamsou and adjacent comi
ties should rally to its support, aud not
sutler It to sharo tho fate of its many pre
decessors. Hates will make tho 'People's
Friend1 a good paporaud a power for tho
advancement of party ends, if tho peo
ple who ought to bo interested, will loud
him tho support thoy may, without per
uoual injury or Inconvenience,
HUNTER SHEWED IN
MEMPHIS. ,-' f
Since the enfranchisement of the
blades In Tennessee, tho most dissolute,
trifling hd th'riftloss mea Of the north
have flocked thither, and mMd'e common
cause with them, apparently and .avow
edly for the elevation of their black
brother and the "vindication of hi
rights;" but really to get oSees for
themselves, through a use of which thoy
might rob and plunder the: peoples
Through "black" influence,, n6ne the
less blaclffor 'belngWriart' that1 6ffthe
miserable Brownlow, William Hunter,
formerly ef Cairo, rose to the surfaco in
Memphis. During the past four years
ho has filled tho bench of the criminal
courToflhat'clly In a manner lha't ex
cited tho Indignation of overy decent
man In the city, The wealth and Intel
ligence being disfranchised, and Brown
low's militia., being at Hunter's f beck
and call, he succeeded In making him
self conspicuously odious and notori
ously infamous., At one time Mr, H.
went so far as to attempt to abridge tho
freedom of the press, arresting and im
prisoning tho editors of the 'Avalanche
for venturing a criticism of his official
conduct But apY'riod has Been put to
Hunter's career. His term of office ter
minating, he essayed a step higher to
the jjohifiicellorship," 'and In doing 'so
missed all! During the past three
months, the, conflict ha.s been acrimoni
ous and bitter beyond parallel. Tho
radicals divided into factions, one being
lend by Hunter aud the other by Smith,
and each leader succeeded In proving
thu'otker-the mont-lnfamous scoundrel
outside the Tennessee peiilteritlary. The
exposures were sickening in the extreme,
showing a depth of moral pollution from
which decent men turned with loathing
But, us we have intimated, Hunter's
race in MemphU is run.
came oil last Friday, and
f lin o1u,M Ml
here Is the
ee-lored to;. .
(uruiuer. iDbi. wilt31ia-iJ.JtJL..W... !,7
" " el9tJ TOl,... ct
tvnllh mflly r I(UAr,.. .... H7
Goodbye, Billy! "Requls teat In
pace." , .... w
mil PREVAILING DULL TIMES.
The 'Tribune' nays that, "whenever
Chicago pauses In her tremendous strides
to umpire, to well the cry of dull times,
there must be something lu It.'
Tho New York 'Nsws' says there it
something In it iu every man knows who
has to work for .theflupport of his family.
The truth Is, that the labor of tho coun
try is crushed almost out of existence by
th grievous taxation to which It Is sub
jected. AhdyeVwhllo this ii tho fact,
th$ secretary of tiie treasury undertakes
to Uoyoto tlie' taxes which, are wrung
from our laborlug people to th6 payment
will not bepayablf luyintjars. This
is simply infamous.. "
But the ,cre&ary . of tho treasury'
knows what he is about..He Is the agent
of Jthe boaTWuYdeff ettAr th-e WwEug.
bopds now, his friends,- tho Bondholders,
pald'lu curretfoy, or of T5eing( paid only
what they lent tlie government. And
this is what'they uiay w'eli feaK vOn the
other hand, the acrctarJpg.ws. that if,
ni6n9yhajl,po permitted JP.aacumulate
in the treasuryyand It shall so appear
moro money tU,a.the g9YBBit really
needs for current expenses, the pvoplo
will compel congress to rediice the taxes!
This would Ijroo disastrous to(the manu
facturers, whose pYoflls'are 'always great
est when tho people are most highly
taxed. A protective tariff is the source
of all this wealth, .as it is of the people's
poverty. Its effect la to mako the rloh
richer, and the poor poorer,
Eight )undred,bushels. of strawberries
arrived Tn Chicago on the.mb'rnlug of tho
24th, by tho Illinois Central railroad
from tho gardens of Southern Illinois,
They Bold4tQ dealers at from twenty-five
t tlurtv'centa periiTbpxwThebQXca-arfl.
supposed to hold a quart each, aud re
tall at from thlrtylto ToTfybents'
tall at from thlrtyJto ToTfybents
Tho abovo paragraph frpm .pjiicago,
paper, puts "Egypt" beforo tiie pubilo
In a shape that camibui understood bv
every one, It Is hotter than, tomes of
theory. Eight hundred bushels of straw
berries ! Npt the, cojjoctip" , ff 8week
from wine scope or country tor straw
berries will 'neither keep nor bear tuftgah
transportation butlthe pickings of 6no
day froai fields adjacent to the Illinois
Central railroad lying between Cairo
and -DuQuolu t Therotay be a-m'ore
God-favored country thajt jEKyptnfei
where, but whore is It?
Mobile Board of Trade, was killed by the
falllpg of a wall, at ajflro In that city, ou
Tuesday night last.
MAN KILLED IN THE COUNTRY.
Capt. Shanks gave the editor of the
Jonesboro 'Gazette' tho particulars ef a
bloody aflYay in the upper end, of this
county, Bomo two weeks ago. The scene
of the difficulty is a point opposite Capo
Girardeau, called Wahoo.- - It seems that
there lives in that vicinity a family con
sisting of a father ajri twe blethers, who
are very turbulent a4 tysarrakome, and
have been in ttw'habit' tf b4HHg men
whom theyvMNtlitdMMk,twd who
might haveexelte4 ;ir le. On tho
day above altided to mm ieaitb, with a
friend, had been iadulging rather freely
in tho flowing bowl'ln company with a
friond; thoMosbys sought a pretext for
a difficulty, and tho trio commenced
beating Smith's friend unmercifully,
rendering him helpless. Hmlth, seeing
his friend thus treated, attempted to
mako them desist rather In a peaceful
monuer, whereupon they (Mosby and
his two sons) turned upon Smith with
fists, clubs and stones, aud whatever
came to hand. Smith, though a peace
able man, would not scare worth a cent,
but out with his knifo and commenced
in earnest in his own defence, cutting
ono of tho young Mosbys until ho died,
and wounding tho' other badly beforo
4 1 . I - I. I- 1 ' t
IIIUJ UUU CUUUgU Ui ,UIIU. ,
That 'Smith i dd'right, Is the verdte't of
the entire iieghborhood. "Bight;"' "Let'
It be recorded.'
lUtllrmt TeaiclUac rrlri Into Practice
FWIn ihi Chliigq Tin.') ' "
The 'Tlmes -yesterday gave somo t do
tails of aa trier Remarkable case
cengdhatioh that has J occurred jii , tills
city. A young woman said to be a 'per
son of- "acknowledged beauty andre
liuemeut" although of the latter', ccr
'talnly there must 'exist homo Hc'rlous
UoubU -accepted for her lover, a buck
nigger, emjloyed as coachman in the
family of -her uncle, and planned an
cIoement with tho fellow, which was
frustrated. Nigger arrested and locked
up; young woman also put under
lock aud key, to await the arrival of her
father, a citizen of Keokuk, Iowa. Such
is a skeleton ofthe all'alr, which the en
raged uncle before tho tribunal where
he caused the hclto to be arraigned on
a simple charge of threats against him
self refused to mention more sneclll-
cally than as a "villainous proceeding"
ou the part of the nigger.
Why waslta "villainous proceeding?"
iue puuusueu uarraiivo talis to snow
that it was anything of the sort. A let
ter from the woman to the ultrtrer an
pears, beglrrrrfTllr: "My dear Friend,"
and viullnt;: "lour Uoollooa.iIury.!'
The wnlto lemale who wrote tliat letter
may be eutitled:the appellation of vil
lain: tho nk'ger who prepared to fulfill
tho llason indicated in that letter only
demonstrated that ho was the human be
ing of tho twain.
The woman was a weak, silly, Ill-bred
aud depraved nobody. The nigger was
a radical philosopher and moralist of tho
practical school. Tho woman was in no
sense Ills equal, but in every way be-
neatn mm Any woman or uaucassian
blood who accents tho allectlons of a
nigger Is a more uu worthy and contempt
ible creature than the nlirger who essays
to prove his descent from Eve by parta
king of forbidden fruit.,, Fpx themselves,
inu, nigger anu me woman ueservo uoi a
momonts jcouslderatloB.' at'is .6uly! as
this disgusting incident seems to Illus
trate a phasro in the mental and moral
condition of society that it Is Important.
It is slmnlv one or tho prematurely
ripened fruits of that popular but false
dactrlne which teaches the natural
eauality of different races of animal mau.
The inevitable end of that doctrlno is
. r i it i. a
laiscougeuauou luier-urouutuif ueiween
niggers and white women. It Is most
unDlillosonhlcal to say that the social
relations are the result of habit, training,
taste, etc., and not In auy way tho re
sult of political relations. All history
proves lust the contrary; proves that
political Institutions and social and mor
al .institutions muiuauy act .anu-reaci
udou each other. No people or nation
ou the globe ever received the negro on
t . t ...in., ai a .ai.i a. . in...
.pouije-u fjwaijixjiH "r"o,;ey;
recelve'hlm'o'n terms of social and moral
equality, marrying with turn, andmulti
plying human mougrels. 'We are coming
tt tuat in mis country, wno uouuts it,
Is no student of history, and nocompre
bender of tho forces that direct human
actions. Why should we not look tho
whole truth In the face? We stand
ready to accept tlie negro ou terms of
political equality. Unless we should
uhango our mind and reject political fel
lowship with this lowest typo of tho
man-animal, social fellowship will fol
low as surely as effect follows cause. If
't t II ...t... . wiA, ........ t.n
11 UU vcii, wuy Biuvu in iuaiiiuu in
Why not acknowledge at once that such
Is tho end, tho grand consummation, of
our modern radical doctrines? Who
censures a young, woman or an ambitious
negro, ucithcr of whom has done moro
'than to suppose radlcal'reforraers to be
nonesi. ami to antic uaio, uy a suori pe
riod, the "good time, coming." .vnjj'nil y
iOver ono ituhdred negroes Joirictl-'the1
church and wero baptised near Hunts
vllle, Alabama, I'as'.Bunday. About"
four thousand were present to witness
H. 0. Burchard, ofFreeport, Illinois,
has received tho nomination for tho seat
in Congress vacated by42Hhu B. Wash
burne. He had eight or nine compet-
lt"'a fn' .M"!lfiw irm
pUBE (BVV.TA- WB.
GEO. T. CL'Kill.VCJ,
ait ()liIoXe'va.rUCro. Illlnolt.ltparQlicTriirm.'fT
uiUrenanrttCHuibo4ta with the aboyo, pure article of
Ico at inuiuwtNt market pnoe. oitir.ens will bu re
gularly aiipplied by honett, accommodating taleimen.
uraera irora aoroaaaoiiciiod ' myieasii)
p EMOYAIi NOTpE,
H. M. HULEIN,'
Ceimiilfwloir Tlf crcIiaiiT,
IlnTlng remorfd U No. Ti Ohio hiret. next door to
NiitlonM Bank, where with belter fncillllei and
larger ttocks, he nollclu llin cntlouoce of patron-
hk"i lormcr cimomors, wen im inn 01 an
Maperlor oeomnodatloBt, far atrae
una me nnnuiiHg; or bii mibm mi
rrsHCftnu Cniaalta. , ; .
Cairo, III., Jane I, UC3. mjrSOJtf
Oxjittenden. County, Ky. .
)XLY EIOHIV MILES Jfc'BOX CAIKO.
Tliou well known annnu are tibtr lnehnrie'of
Memr. R. A. Miles and W. HttKheii, who liae oTer
hatlled and ronovittxl the Imililinat irnil mule auvh
inrtli'l uwl llie, liiprxr ooconuDwJation of tho peraoa
oflclMire. '-"''' t - -
In a medicinal point of view thp waters ato uniir
pMel,ct!ectlnR curea of derangoil boweli.. chronlo
diarrhea, iljnopsi, general dfihlllty and illienjc
of the kldtier.and toma:hJif Ufo.'mott'uKXravaled
und nlarminK character.
; Tiio proprietor, in tneir.irpuwri yiinau iney
will uo their utmo,t exertion to make them a pleaa.
ant and agreeable retort during tho rummer monthf,
tthoe M-eklng health or recreation, and nn palni
Win tip3reuio rnaKOgucaiicomioriaoie. me
-K hhhvIIIoJi IMekeiM
M' o m io xl
Ford'rf Perry Da-ilyu
nnil HACKS rirunnl02 from lhin polbta to the
the iprinK. Hoplna the patronaRO hitherto Jietow.
tint thev will If ill to cle MlWfftetlon to the public.
will ii roniutuvu . utw p.cpt'M. ,u,,tvu, utw
It. A. MILKS 1- W". lll'Oll. I'roprletoM.
i ALE UNDER DEED OF TRUST.
I Whereat. Mark Castcllo and Marj'.hln wife, did by
de-d of tr'i-t, loariiiy date on tho Cth dav of May,
lC7, and duly rrvortlcd In thi rerorderV otllco of XI
extiderrountT,Illinol, in book "IV 'ns IU, toe
cure the payment of a certnm promlory nttn exe
cuted by aid Mark t'alelIo, h nnn otcti dato with
ait deed f trut, and therein decnld. toyablo one
vest- after datu la Jame OnDOIl. will, elaht (S) per
rent, per'nnnnm nltotont from ilnte. convey to th
aaid Jatne C'nunon the real etato iiereiiiatter men
t -ned. with the pf .leuetand ippiirtonnnoi ttif re
unto Ifl'Miniuit t aud wtior&ia tli Mid uot liavlni;
mature.!, and no part of th principal i r Interest hav
Hill U'tn paid, but dubult halti tvva maJe therern,
i .. i,, r. i, rin. that m tmrni.ince of the
power mid authority airemnnln huiI by !d deed of
!.o. t w.ii ..ii siunUv. tbn.ldavnf Julv next. b&.
..it ...ini e tu . At tin, .Hurt limifto dtxir In the city of
Cairo. UlliMiU, by. puUla.vuduo. to tbu iWtUot WiUcr.
for cah. e
I'll llio real einie ur.:wi in 'icwi ui
t forty-eij:ht(),lnthoOritldltlonlo.tlie cltv
Lit numlX!ro4'bTtn .). ill imocr noin
of wln, Alexander coi:
cuiinlv. llllnnn. to ealUfy aid
note, with interest and cot of trtlel. aa (a provided
In HI lll.lnlmrnr. iM,t,.iu,i
Cairo, ill., juiiea, liv-wji- (i
RIDE AND BRIDEGROOM.
E.1T for Voitntr 'ton on tho lntcretinjc relutiou
of Brl'leroofn to II ride, In the Institution of Mairiate
a guide to matrimonial felicity, nnd trite happinraf.
Pent by mail In ealed letter envelope free of charge.
Addrci., JIOWAIII) Aiv:OCI.U IU.N, box r, J-hlluUcl.
phu, I'a. myldw3ni
TOHX G. KAUFFMANN,
.'( .If . 'it l't
i rj, . ' MT VU il
INDEPENDENT SI HI (i BAND;
Can mxumiiiiiiblii jlm. pulllcwllli.jiuuln. fur.lulU.
pnrliei. nn't eereno:e, at enort nonce, ami on reanon
nhd teriii. Lfjionii given oinver WMlttWertJn
ltf.ldcncja ltli Jtnetf h't. WalnutAnd pedar, t
1 DaUv Faokct
ii minih ii hum .iiV)
The IlKht draught pajMagotHteamer
- .slUZlh. W9I. AV1IITK, "t w
It. Y. "SOUTHERN
). M. Ui;VEItI.T ....-.?..,....CWUf
Wiltmake reifuler DAILY Tltliy lietween Calrtf and
la.lneah. leavlnu Cairo everv evenlnz (Sunday ex
ceptrd) at Ave oVlock;SVT Tf 0 T. w:
ffTh Whlteronnect at radilcah win thnhew Orlean
anu imiu rauruaii, ami mcyiuiiiHUJUuuuu'i luniio-c
'4rtrtvJjhHirpAiui;tPPlY'nboard.or,lo H j
lai:i. Cairn. Ilii0l,
-TTANTET Alexander County Or'ler'.'nl 80 ct'.
Y and City Strip at eo cent on tho dol ar. for all
Klll(l U i.lllllUT', M,. ,,ll,t,'- I. .l.ir,ii.
W. W. TllOUNTON.
UKXT.-TIm Levee, buddinir on Lot 6, 113,
1 litely tv i.'up;el by, I'arker 4 'hilliM an.il JVn.
P ' 1 it v luvuiiio. bv
u'itit.tr It.ik,a,.iMl rfvrt iivini.lf t '
urltllf.T. .., .C.,WlXal6x...:i.Uit.aWwi
1?Qll HK2VT- Tho olliijrtt oit rJhViccoi!i Moor,
1iHer Miller A .Mlller'ClWh1nl?WrJ, At KAuuaUo
ty; i- Apply at Miller A ,'Jillcf.
FOR SALE. s. -iu
ui-..JL wiuuii;i9Jut - PIATT
Oil SAI.i:, cm:.Vl-.. .r nutnue mid throo
lpt,r.oriier Lovtucanil hivtciuith stret-u. . .
Jrliltf OKCEX V CilLllECT, Attv.H ,
ValUHble Jlouaem ltt, Klv., Kit..
W It be hoIiI tit TinWfciiietlOn' ataVredit of t)tco nuif.
IX iimnina, i ill" rurnrr ni ivonnennii n aicr aireui.
i.. 1W1I lll IIIM I'l'VTIU'U-V fi Ilia OA .l'nr. Inn.'
iMHhcammtmaiiiK at V o'clock luui, ami confinillni; till'
05B liWELLlNu HOUSE AN LOT, itvliejo T, M.
Home now reniile.)
OSE TIIKEE.STOKY HlllCK I1IWINKJ HOUSE
ANI) LOT on WUter ntreet, (lately oucupled by T. M.
Three blank )ot ou Koane lieet.
OXK.HALH OK 1IBI0K UUSI.NKSS HOCSE.lirro
atorle. on Vuturtroet,. occupied by Illngolc Co., n
Kr0SE-KlFTlI COLUJIUUS WATEH WOlllWj
.All helm; In Columbua, Ky., und bolougins to utu4o
of T,M, Homo, bankrupt.
Further particular made kuown at' ale. or inquire
lVtuc.ti.Ky., ol J.M. Ill QUE. 1
J. W, BLOOMflEI.O,
myOTnkHatd Aislguee ef T, M. Home.
- Ft WC
i to rmtllX
lKKjTCir BIiACKISr-Tr.er h n perfect TtJh
V to IJarclAya for Uio u.IoUtel Krench JJskfny.
It i Kcnuiipf atxl ti uniurjiaMeil nn boot and' h
VTOW IH Tilt: UMl-To put your houaot In
XI kBi I'hane, Palntimrnml whitewanhlnsaro llio
order of the day. While Lead and paints of all col
or aro In. demand. At tho GltKK.VL.UIKl, Unix
Store. Oil. Uie I.IVM. VfH rnn nmt laln,fl4 ntl.
inifheaand pie-MUINnf MlkindM. Kowi on hand n.
tun utoolf Of Collier Whitl.,.(. jeeltaVTi-hiln l.irt.
InoStnrWhlto Uadi hIm paint varnlllj and white
wah bnilhcd. Hart lay' u the nlace. M
Tr..nrjs:ni:it yvitKX fi,t.tih. comia-
11 That Vnliean irtilu- Lisliimmr kinihii. n...
clayi'. Tlicy have the Bemuiioarti'Je.fjcMi front tb1k
fciary. It aUrnct rliea and Icllla thvinr
rATKR F UWVISKHH-Vvt Toothache,
T nt Ilarrlaya'. ,'w
pHILnitRN'N WOIUI TAUMtTN-llablc.-'
J Urife and amall, love tlletii,-- cry for them, and eaOw
tlietn with avidity, und nro inilckly rclmvid of worm.,,
Twenty-Ilro cCuta a box, or. If yon wMf.thi-m acntuy"
ami, mrHKn niriT.n i irnif to iiarciny iiroi., aau
they will be eent you proinplly. J
IOK KAI.ti-Pllver.Si4p, ii
: your Hilvertmre bnuht am
tho lndpxlt.il M ll.ircla)e .
tmt the thlnicto mal:
pew, tolgato'a and"
BAI.lt 1IKAIN A.M ORAVIIAIRN AT-W.
'rK.tTION-pojcuwant nrcnewiUof tho bcauJ"
itful head of liair that youom-e prided Int Uwi, go
to Ilarclaya and take tonr choice of Restorative-
iiarreu , nair, ni.i.tt , lilnnV.Ayerv. Cheallcr'ii.M
WoO.ll.'. Javne'a. 3tr. WltlatnuV Kurofca. anil nnv
ullmryn may want, Including tho Jatamatial.
"VrAWTKI-To Hnd ihe Individual. In Cairo, or
T I elewhere, who hatrled Kerr' Sytem IterrO
vator without rc etvlnit IKt'll)i:i) HKNkKIT. Many
or our Iciulintr citiWti hare teM-d it virtue to aatl
iwiinn. At nan'lnyi.'. . :
rilllV IT-Murliro'e American f-ln irv Wine, linllkrt
JL other wine', 19 laxativt 111 It- effect. It U a
pleaant and reliaMe cure for convene. TO be hid
at lUrtdaya , . . .-..-i.
1)IVtT AmoV 1iR,l;r.-A nupeilor autpea
.1. tier forklrt or pint 1 an untoAullud biacu for
tliehould"r s ilway- a iiijindvr ; a'brwe; or tioW
. . "M.e
(JWIOT U"I.VIN'-Tli,-ijei.iiino artlclo to b
O hail llarelay'. Ouinfne fr.i frmii billvriien. an.f
l yet conllnin,-ill. Ihi'ririiiri' of cdwijion uuinlno."
EUIITO.V.S TOIIAt CO A,TIIM)T:-TliOf
who Mlh to mm clifu ii.,. In!...,.,.. ...... .;...i ..
curln theti.eof HiirlonS Antidote, (l. ta lox and
try II f-eti.i fifty ,JtW,ii .U-rcby.Urollnr-Vairo,
and Ihoy will enif -fttfirhol lu nUir. - r''"'"''
randle., and tin l f ailitU ut Hoiirhon.
ur jii'inrai me. l uiiiiiriiintKui i.,i...,A.i.jM
IKATOUA NIKI.(1N- Why' o' t.. , ratoK
k3 und fiiend Hie In i. n ,i..n.r. . ,.i '' "i.C?
heroat home you can dr nk the nelfume water, icy
tfoftLend luely a it SUri;lvifloU,friiiHh.ww.eMolri.
atlUrclay' I'mMori on h T.ei
i a uu '.. m:i:is
lit r m i.il.lc. iifyour own .
oar ea .(jo
havn a full
LAIIIKS, .'I Ti:.'rH.V-fy,njwaiit pick and
Choice ot the nieet lot of line oap In Iowa t if
you ,waut tho bel olusne, Luvander Wul.r, Ipt-djt
Watr. or ntli v.tolklitf Tif Vi Bynfci?iB
Ihoway.if Uuaiuelice, I'owilera or l'erfiimea, goto
l ' b ' e4 . . T
JJUSTIC WINDOW UIIADE
porper. WsjthlMireoHrATe.iltk'ISter '
I :iln prepared to till order for ahade of any a it
or color a cheap a(ituy other factory.. Extra lu
made to order. i I alao har Diunrd as nitmfmnAAfri
nockof " r i-
I GKOCEniEH, ritOVUIONS, ETC.,
lori.iiiiicii i-i. wU. liMluiiiiii
Ine .f LnnrtrmvvTn,! hS
tJ'i'H' 1 w"l '" ,0"r "ny o'lio man.M Choics
KAX fiiuiily tluur U id tmrlmrriil wurraut!..,, ... 1
. ' JOHN II, PHILLIPS,
mviiilltn (Oppiwite ciiMnm houxe) Oalro, Ulluoia.
VINCENT, ' A "
lu tiiocenc. l.liiwi, ru-ltr. Vi(,.;itrw i
nllk, uImjih on hand." tWuer Klglith ilrect Mil
Oliui Levee, i airu iiii,i.
,1'or. Kleveutli ud Wacbluviou AvcatiC
. , . .i
Kat'iit uu hiind the celebrated franoA .llrwoil. aui.
Harniond melail.c hunnl VM-.-i' li.it
f kvlfo, I 'I ui' 1; tt 'tii, tt;iliiut ortuiiKiUi.ltiiiiiii;ido (J
ut vi-rv I.iiv itrii..M.
Mr. Keith ticrforirN hi own work, beiui: a tiractlcit
cottln ynvkvr, hjI tljcreforjabjjcj o!h;lieaprthaj,
OGSi DOGS! DOGS!
Notice It hereby uitt-iMo alL.wliuiu it iiuiycanceritfMO
Tii)r'Knd "iut fntind running at larsu
UHlilii the I'l'i'i
i ilu i- ty of Uuro. without hv-
111 1110 III.XI
d.(y of Jlint', (Iiuuitre will, In di.ljojtil. . Uwa
tiii' Mtiiin ou uinl aner tno
eriii iiujniM un ttui im covrnnn atvuniwmi),
.und tall at 11 ( 'iv
M.iri-llnl' i.lliee, No. 131
LnviH', nil tuir, uud puv ytuirdeii luxe.
MUh'Jl'K. City Mrhil.
Cairo. Ill,, Mi ), 1. '
(Suoooor to IMliri,
JPIjOTJII. -A. Or X 3XT V.
wtrl CohumUsImi Mereuutt