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. 75
Matter Try rnx-
uoymxo JlBTorlJcn vetoed only two
bills Btclad by the Momb1y at tho ad
Journtd Hssion. One was a bill by I'.ep
restnUUra Cwey to requlro labor uon
tbs roads In counties not undor township
orgmlMtloni and lh othor waa a bill Pf
Sntor Kehoo ulhorizin; tho council in
cities of ovsr two hundred thouiand in
hiMUnts to fix a maximum prico of gat.
It has been fasbionablo In certain quar
tr to denoubco Sonator Iogan as nn i
noramusj but wo aro much mliiakon if
bis rtwent record in con;rots doos not
proTS) that bo is a nun of much forco of
character and Tory markod ability, itlght
or wrong, he fought bravely and hbly for
inflation, and did not heiltfito to moet the
strongest of its opponents in debate. Ho
lost no laurels In tho controversy with
Senator Schurz, who suroly cannot win
any from tho Illinois sonator.
Mb.Climkkts it, wearo reliably inform
od, laboring upon another rivor improve
ment speech.- lie will introduco-into it a
great number of affidavits to provo that
pilots on the Ohio arccompollod, as holms
heretofore ass or tod, to uio walch dogs for
beacon lights and buoys. Ills assortlon to
thit.effect hiving boon contradicted byTiiE
BuLLXTiir, be now proposes to hold us up
to the world as unworthy of boliot and to
prove that dogs are uiod to trlvo warn.
ing Hsrbt at night and mark tho danger
ous casnnei over tho Urand Chain, upon
the rocks of which a hnndrod boa!s havo
been lost. Tho Sun will publish tho
speech in full.
Tnt fate of Mrs. Louisa Skinn or was
sad, and should be a warning. Last week
she attended prayer meeting in Tar.wcll
county, and juit baforo tho closo of tho
tsrvicis the miniitcr called upon hor to
lead In prayer. Sho knelt und uttored h
word or two and then fell back a corpo. !
We do not beliovojlhat pmyinir killed
ber, but the incident should be a warnlni:
to the devout and induce thorn to bo tem
perate in prayar. " jjoud and violent pray
ers are not more ctlectaal, wo bavo been
informed, than calm and oarnest onos.
Indeed, a IsJy of our acquaintance who
has had coniiderablo prayer; oipnrlenco,
has united us that calm and oarnott invo
cations are more frequently answered
than boisterous and exciting appeals.
This testimony It of conddorablo itnpor
Unce, and my induco tho intoiaporato in
prarertotano down and loarn to beliovo
that the Lord bean the inaudiblo appoal
of the heart as dtitinctly at tho ehout of
the excited petitioner for gr&ce.wlu storms
like a fury and shouts with tho volco of
thunder.
Tax liquor men of tho ttato capital
Tlnt endured the prayers and bysns of
he lady cruuders for n number of weeks
lave put on tho armor of dofenso. At a
IOJlrtn..ltH.. L.t.
'I r ",w '"RUli S1EC0,
on. 31. o. Qainn, who it k very jMicu
ir genius, tnado a very peculiar tpaech
tf an hour and a half in length. It was
4 good at it was long. At Its conclmlon
. friend of Air. Quinn olWl a rerolution
'f thanks, which Quinn himsolf had pre
rod. It wst adopted by it unanimout
ote. Tho moetlng resolved to stand by
right of each porion who comj.osed It
Jdtiak when and what ho pleated. This
th, true doctrine. It is tUo bedrock or
inierirftn 111....... t. .
.nIL TL ' "' 1110 rck upon
. ... ""I spilt. What
W hv thay to prey that a man .hall
l.!.l," nlll)r W4n V wlsb to
i5,Jh,V-,,'!hlUv,,hByto tIne
"Hw outincif AVIth (Julnn
;ertthey have none. AVith Q .lnn
dec Ureth.t If thi, thing gos on, mat-
. -.. tecowe worto. "With (Juinn wo
Klare that tho
eir harpton tho wlllowt and go homo to
' uauiei. ILn wn.li Inl, ,! ....
line.
Lrnru. ....... . . . .
' k" nemcni lias penc
4ted through tho wall, of at lell!t one
Diun! irv .
.j. n pootiei nono 1 1 of
filing from tho IndUnn
J: "The tomperancu cauiu lm iHi.-.n
hXUULT II 1 1 1 1 1 t .. ..V A. t
UM liiAuv ui mu iirisonore
..it. . . . . -
ll.Vt.i A At. . .
, .nwtuiiiie u. Trunin urn in.
lO lUO I20B OI Inlfivls.iW.r.
or taking up their residence Intido tho
rowning walls and iron-gratod windows
UI1I1KC
P". ' The poet thiel then
oceoass
"I think tho fow vnrini J.a1..,
late so inu crniniiArd n r.t
f . .'w....! nio nilliru
- - inn iriemu oi
"WOUMJS.
Vot to every friend of nutli,
B our rnidit behold he templet
. DuUc( poion to tiurouUil
re hi m prt, with senile hit mi,
. To their llr tl.t r.,i Wi
fhUe iu ind,lturi:dro,n bewilder
very Uellnj U t! oul.
lylephe hli "victim,
f the ertt of died d.iulr
M hlru o'er the bMkf mini
Lauhi ,nd !,. him helpl,,, ,.
(loowea neart. ud Iwioe dewud
ifelpleii children orphiia mud, '
at picture 1 Cod cf ruerc y. '
Let thi eniel tide be tta)cd.
leadi of icmperiBce, ChiittUa i.uVr,
tt your glorloui itnJrd watr;
and arm younelf for cenflicl,
flht with l arfdcourjte ln,t.
uch not, taite noil be your motto.
d your watchword inih Cght.
d Will (U you itrcngth to coocjutr;
c'll protect ou Is (hi right.
TWBKI) AGAIN.
fim.. a i
Au jom win hoi vnniftii irom i)
blio
MUtTi 11U 13 It EUil
ways npjioarlng wherifyi) U
when lio Is nottlinit,'lit
i.onovou mm wucn ho vanished w thin thn
"""" I'nion-noiiio uiai wits (lio Itrnt
" "mn W01"" 110 longer
I A I li I vt ! 1.1. II a
uiuh L-uiunini oi uio nuuilc jour.
"" " ori uinu do not men-
uonea by snr Mil m moil .iiitlnisto
iricnut; iiiiniiiswosnmislnko. "Twotd
tho l"lrJf" tuo noNvjiupsrs'song,
il "Twcod" h thoiwcol'oBl song 'bo rnd-
ici politician mRs. jf rfpuhlfcnti is
cnusht In Iho act of Ptonllnc, "n,l demo-
crat yi: "f.ook nt l.Im' tho radicals In
n chorus exclaim: "Djn't forcct Twcod."
Tho tblovinK,orT-corfur,.!lhM(hoire.
publlcnns with nnoxcujo for ovtryrMcal-
ity of widen Ihoy aro 8allty.
Juit now Twocd is nynln tho or,alloii
in Now Vork. A man bv tho nnmo of
. .... " ,
i.aimticor lias uncovered tliultho llos is
too woll troatod in hli jirlson. Accord.
iiiglyhosnysTwotdh.nnroomluxurloiuIy
futnishod, which ho occupioi, and In.whicli
ho rccoires his visitors.
Lilmbcft't t tory is denied by ono .Stern,
ono of tl.o commlisloner of charity in
ow lork. 'llioold man, if Stern is lobo
bollovcil, would dloifstrietdiscipiiiio woro
enforced in his case, nnd thocommisiion-
on, not propojing lo m&ko it martyr el
hi in, iillow hint' to occupy n room moro
conifortablo than Ins unll. but tho furni-
turo of which is not v.vrlh morn than
tlftydollars.
Kvidontly Lstmbcor 14 a oruel-honrted
wrctcli, nnd Stern rin ungul of mercy.
THE l'KOGKKSSOK THE CltUSADE.
Tho woinon's cruada ugi.iutt tho (idlers
oi Intoxicating drinks is still in progru-c.
n ims noon ropc.itelly assertod, i.nd us
many timos doniod, thnt much good hut
uecn Hcconipntnoa uy tins ttrango move-
...w... i'UU.uul u. every person
l7 . y."'w Koopen havo neon
nuuci to go out of tho butinoss, and
lu" '", rcspcci io movement nas
"Uk wu "BVO a" uouoi.mo ngun.
lion ot tno lomporancu question has in-
uu "m" unuKcn loiorcgovuopieat.
.twna nC 1 1. t n t . t . . ...... . .t .1.1. I
u.uo ui wo iiikui.tiniiii; vui j miu in mis
way tno movomont has boon a succcst.
Hov much longer will tho crusado con
tinuo? If thoso who uro encaged in it nro
in earnest it tliould not bo discontinued
until Until viotory over Alcohol has bcon
ochfoved; but it will not be. Thoro uro
nono of tho i'emalo crusnors so ardent
they will not boconio tlrml of labor in tho
cauto and stop to rest; and wo shall not
bo very much nitoniibod if tho Amaxont
of Toinporanco do;not put otl'thoir armor
as soon nt tho ballots tball lmvo beon
counted after tho approaching Spring elec
tions; for wo bavo just thu faintest im-
projslonon our mind that llltlo politicians
nro at tho bottom of tho movement and
aro using tho enthusiasm of tho temper
ance women to tecuro littlo oflices in which
thoy will draw littlo salario', stoal a littlo
and bo comfortnblo in a littlo way.
Howover this may bo thoro is no doubt
in our mind that tho camo of temporaries
will triumph in tho end. Of old every
body got drunk, but now a groat number
continuo sober from tho venr's commence
ment to Its cloio ; In fact, thoro is not noar
as much drunkonnois now at thoro was
fifty yoars ago; nnd tho tlmu will
como whon drunkonost will bo what sobri
oty now is In Washington tho exception
and not tho rule, when alcohol uillboutod
for scientific und modicinal purpoies, and
congressmen will bo ashamed to bo tut.
pected of drunkenoit.
LAWLESSNESS IN SOUTHEltN IL-
LIN01S.
Tho following innidont is rolatod in tho
llarrisburg 'Chraniclo' of tho third of
April : A fow days ago, tho liouso of n
Hanuerof S'tllno county watjvltltod nftor
night by a company of disgulsod mon,
armed with pistols; thn unknown visitors
rousod tho farmer from his bed, culled
him out to hit porch and amutod them
tolvot by coinpidling him to danco ; his
wife gave vont to her alarm by screams
and cries, upon which tho vitltors di
roclea hor husband to quiet her, threaten
ing, if ho did not, lo burn tho homo.
They amuted themtolvo3 for somotlmo at
tho expense of tho farmer and then left.
Tho day following, s omo persons sutpoctod
of tho outrage wcro nrroitod, but wnro
discharged for want of tutliclent evidence
It is high tlmo vi'orom montures wcro
rosortcd to to put a stop both to I.u-klux-login
fun and ku-kiirsing in earnest in
Southern Illinois. Tho spirit of inlsctiief
and daro-deviltry which prompted thoout
rago related above is altogether at vari
ar.co with tho good ordor and pwco of ho-
clety, nnd li anything but an amiraneo of
tho lafoty of tho mombars of the commu
nity wh'eru it oxi.ts. Tho law-abiding
cltijens of S.iiinu comity owo it to tlmm-
tolves to hunt up and punlth to. tho roll
extent of tho law tho men who ili.uiin
and arm thoiusolves and go about Intimi-
uaitng peaceful citlr.one. ,
Southern illinoU has had too much or
this tort of thing, fhj ttctiofluwlesinosB
and vtolunco wtil.-h lmvo eharacterir.ed
somo portiont el It, havo vry
naturally given to mich toctioiis an tin
enyiablo rcpu-.atlon and injured tho -ood
numo of all itgypt. Illooathed and mUr.
dor lmvo been aud aro of such frequent oc
currence Out their repetition has eeal
to bo a furpr.e. A Uimly fouj( ft 0iu.
borhood quarrul, a political dillerence, is
tho tlgnal and thu cautu fur a highway
murder, a cowardly HIfl,utiuu. r a
bloody engagement botweeu two contend
ing partlnt. An element of 'savagery
teems to bo in the atcendunt, and law and
oruer lmvo succumbed to it. This statu of
aiuirs mould bo discontinued. The Urg0
msjorlty of tho jiooplo of Southern Ullonlt
are peacoful, honott and Industrious oitt
zont, who' thould no longer con
tent to suirer In reputation and
In niHterml intorett by thu actions
r , ('w ,W,M vvhote outlaw-
muttwerktothedistdvantsyeof U10
alrett portion of I,loU. ,b ritf.
ura udvantagoi, iu railroad,, it. aCUool(i
it. churches, can make but small luadway
ttBM?u! rUA "'no w,,lc1' "very now
exhibition of violence mt.k e wono
CONDENSED. NEWS.
?i .tl TW j . ..fr.. rr.
oiijmnr mo I uuojij nl-' , .r"" J"n'Sr Vu"3 KIM Wat out.
loftit cxpottcJ iLBS("n;Mm,!i,,Sl ilorcSr county.
in IIIIL
"""moi waro'inint: bv if mo rn .iut.1
' Having couiniJltcJ tho crlmi. A
I ... . I .
I ,u" ngj a man i,y tnonnmoof Dag
' "'ca m uonvor, Colorado. HAIf Ml
noio'o ins (lenth ho cunfostcd lh.it
hft.hhd outrage.! tlio.elrl nnd murdorcd
' 'Hi Imtigln;' of Iho two inon .Mc
I J'OoJ "nd IClmmol' fJ Umifjlm In lilj
confiuilon, "was at VII.) n' inllrdor m vin
over porpotmo.J. I wi otio of tho inch
I thnt executed thorn."
-McUrtrthv. tho cmrv n, , r.....,.
Ilmill.t ndfilnUr' i.L,
In n stow for so,,.,, tlmo pft,t lm, b 1
dlftnliied from his puh.it
-A tolo-ram lrom Mn,u.. .. '
VS that Hylvoilor "Wilov Mid ilnv
I" heaton. who worooiiioilinnii..n ,
l .. h" ' uai'.'U I
Jor "insiati;iitor, In trying to producp
abMUnn on tho daughter nf 'Ur
tnoroby cniifing hor death, wcro to-dy
Buntcn('"1 to the stnto priion for ten years
each.
Hon. M.tJ. Kurr, k prominent Ihmr
Prhl of "'lin'"'i 'n been nomlnati-d in
",B """i'T cotif;rcM. .Mr. ICerr Is one
ofl!","blo,t mon of t!,u Hoosier Mato.
Tho Jollat iron nnd stool company is
,n """'leiai Uutress. Tho works iot
Ml ''iindred thousand dollars moro
'"'n w" ---'"Ji ami uxtintniiunco
marked tho compiny for its own,
A letter in tho London 'Time-,' dV.ed
OnlCHtU, l'cb. C, contains tho lrttost Intel-ligom-u
whii'h hns como to Imnd concern
ing the rhviigus or the famine in certirn
districts of Central. At u mootlm.
liuflinld in Onlcutta, b'ob. J. reports were
rend whii'h go to show thut tho landlitt
dats evorywhoro throughout tho'v,ltt
area of Uengal mutt eulfor, owing to tho
drynets of the senton nnd tlio want of rain
to oring forward tho crops. In tho lum-
,,io dislrlcu tho dlstrcts is terrible. In
Tirboot alonotho civil oilers ha ono
million of pooplo on their hands. In
unuiiif.rum JU9,C0J; in .S.irun UOOOU'
and iu l'ntmi 1,500,000 porsons lmvo lost
tneir hnrvens, nnd aro dependent uron
. ....
mo government tor food
AROUND ABOUT CAIRO.
Tho Exohango bank of .Murnhytboro,
which was compelled to sutpenod during
tno panic lust fall, has resumed business.
Much of tho fruit in .lackson county
has ocapod injury from tho late frost'.
Mr. S. O. Hindtnnn, of CVirbondrtln.
has purchnsod tho Planter's Uouao of thnt
town and takon postet.oion.
Tho farm of Mr. Irviti Siekmar, New
Jiinoriy, in Jlnssnc oountv, ovorliowed
during tho recout high water; bis rem
crop was blown down, nnd four hundred
dollais worth of corn rulncxl.
Tho farmers ot Mnitac oountv nro
wldoawako. Tho Metropolis Times' rnvt:
iu. r.. .1.1. ... . .
j.nu iiuwiMii inn county aro loosing
iiiiuu ut uiuir iiuuroi-. lnwioir work. (Jinn
meetings nro t till luiog bold nil over tho
county. Thoy area powor In Mattnc if
they will rightly direct it.
Mr. M. . (ilns, ono of tho oldest cit
izens of .Massac county, died recently.
Tho young men of Av;i, in Jnchton
county, hivo n baio ball club cftllod iho
"Eureka "
Tho. Murphy boro 'Indopjiident'of last
week says:
Tho Cobdon correspondent of tho .lonos.
boro 'Ur.yttn' pays, ''j'ruit is aalo vet. The
coM night of this weok will iiot'hayo the
disastrous olloet Unit was f enrol. A week
mora of lino wuathor and Uobden will lm
jubilant.
Murphysboro has a contoatod election
cato; two gontlomun lny claim to t'io
same office of counciiuiaii.
Tho question of cutting short tho
echool torm Is now an interottlng otio in
Mound City. Thu 'Journal' pays:
It will remain with tho now board of
directors in this district to dclurmlno
whothur or not tho echool term shall lm
extended a couplo of months. Tho schools
boing supplied with good toachors, and
everything working smoothly, it would
seem too had to turn tho pupils out upon
tho streets for six months, if thero is
monoy enough to keep tho school going
for a couplo of months longer, and tho
levy of taxes i considered ample for tho
purpose. Tho soaton boing vory back
ward, furnUbos another goo i reason why
thu tchouls should bo continued.
And alsosnys on tho court huuto ques
tion :
Thu v wily commissioner will ooo
an excellent opportunity to secure a II rst
clats court house, on vory lavorablo terms
and for a rtuull outlay, if thoy do not ac
cept the vomniondor's building in tho nuvy
yard, lendorod by the city. Thn tux-payer
will hardly forgot or forgivo thn ne.
lect, if culled upon hereafter to pay a lar?o
sum for erecting a court iiouno.
Tho Odd-Follows of Mound City will
havo a grand colobration, ball, etc , at
btokos Hall on tho 27th intt.
mo "iiiverside," tho now hotel at
Shawneotown, built by Henry 1). Dorkor,
of that place, was openod by u grand ban-
Hunt and ball lait week.
Mr. Norton, for sixteen years propri
etor of Iho Slmwnoo Home, Shawneotown,
died in that town on tho 30th ult.
The (jullalin 'UnMlto' sys thoro are
a million pounds of ito stowed away in
Shawneetown.
i0 '10 O. . ilKNIlHHMIN s, l'.io Coin.
merntl Avenue, for tho colobratod "Ch.ir
ter ()lf,"'M"fty I'lower," or other cooking
toves.tin and hollow ware, water foolers,
batli tubs, etc., etc. If you want tho bctt
wood stoves, buy the 'Charter Dak"; tho
bottooal stove, buy tho "May Klowor "
'.'37-3.1 t-dlm
U'JLCOX
Vkm pounds of brown tugar for ?l; 8
pounds bust cofleo sugar at $1; til pounds
oftholeabuttoratSl; baking powder 4Cc
pr ih, Imperial tea at SI; potatoes .'10
;enu perpuikj li Jl.s cofTeo l,nt Wllcov-,
Mwk- . J07-lM.lm
I'NION IIAKEltY.
Erank Kratky detircs that the public
xhouid know that he is prepared todellver
bread of good quality nnd quantity, for
little money, in any part 0f thn rlu-.
(livo him your orders, und then look out
for tho
V.V.I) AVAflON
by whl. I, ho will ilellvur to you tho stall
-f llfo' 271.3.V.'0.1m
STvE W
TMbwetsi Prices in ihc CMy
AT- -
mm
(Vucr or Kilili fctroct and Coinmcr inl nvciiuf, ivlioni nmy bo fnuml llin
LARGEST AND HAXTOSOMEST
STOCK OK
Poplin.'", Oinuonal'. Ci-Jiiucre. nuil
'oplin.-", Dinjional',
WllK'lt
. BEY C50MP23TITSOIff,,
While id., KmbroileriC', Ne k Ti.',, dlovo-, ('uff, and Notions iiimlo n
Spoilalily.
A TtTULL LINE OP
ILadios' and Children's Shoes.
llursor keeps right up with tho times and offer' no -.'ood- hut tho.e whicli
arc now, olcfrant nnd stylish, nnd cordially invili I'io pcoplo oi (Vint (o pvu
him a rail and examine his slock.
TTlHOKl.f. ; scorn.
f. SMYTH &, CO.
wiini.i'.Li:
LIQUOR J) 15 ATj K it S,
No. i"0 Ohio Loveo,
C1U0. ILLINOIS.
MEW LIVERY STABLE
.1IIIJ..S W PAIlhEit, I'ropiJeior.
Tenth Street, bet wirn Walnut and AVah-
lll.-tuU.
IIaIngpurchaicdtlio c utile tloek, Stalile,
jlorr-es, Carriages, llugKics, cle., ol Dr.
I leld. and added rvcntl now "turnouts."
.Mr. l'arkernow 1nltf nil his friends oh!
and new, In wantnl Saddle Horses, Doilblo
orSlnsle litrriaijes r anything else Iu liH
line, to k1c lilm a cull. Illt.lm
C. H. WHEELER,
I'l' MM! IX
WOOD AND GOAL
nrrici: ami yai:i.
lUlh SI. bl. Washington & Commtrcial Ave.
A lirse supply or ritlxhurg anil lSlg
.Muddy coal (iii-tmitly on liaml, Htnvo
.vood rtwxl In order, order lor foal or
wood ihoiihl lie left at the ottico on Tenth
twniel. 'rerun, oa.li on delivery.
Cairo Eo: and Basket Co.
i:.i.i:i:- in
LUMBER
A I.I. IvIMH, IIAUIl AMI HOJ'T,
Kfi iii-iMiiily on huud
FLOORING, SIDING.
AI.M), I.ATII,
ui'
Mill and Vi
Coniior II I tli iS'licot
mid Ohio liuvcu.
ard,
O-rTV-XIXO, JX1X1.
B, F. PARKER,
Succon-or to i'.irkor A; Illako )
I)c:ililiil
PAINTS & OILS,
JUM'iSIIHS,
WALL I'AI'HII.
WINDOW (1 LAHS,
WINDOW 8IIADKS,
Ami Hie e('lehi':ili-d llliimili.itui:'
AURORA OIL.
Iiros.' lltiildliiK! 11th tit. it UomerciKl A v.
OAIKO, Ilil,S.
HENRY BREIHAN,
.MiinufiU'iur. ! ui'
Mineral Spring Water,
AX) III. M I I! IN
I10TTLKI) ALE AM) CMDKlt,
OHIO Ll'.VKi:, lictwi'ii LM11111I lib Sis.,
., CAIRO, IL1S.
MRS. L. T. BRIGGS,
iMii'i'i -.ur to l'lnlli.. .ihd Ilrij(K )
MILL INES, Y
Mi
DIUSSSIUA KING.
C'ollllllrlelill .Vtl'., 1" l 'Mil J,i M..
71.
lm.
CUKO, IM.L.
BEMIS, BRO. & CO.
BAG MANTJPACTURERS
A(ii:Yi'-i nut
IIO.MU COTTON MILLS,
!t0 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111 .
C O PDS!
if
GOODS CAIRO.
Shrina Drnss CSnmU nil Til 111
it.v.Mf .vrAii:.in;vi.s.
I) lil'DKT rjf the cntulition of llic- City N.itlruii
Llllank uf Cairo, at Cmru, In the tutc uf Illinois at
Hit clcxe of biuine lVrmiarjr; 87, 1S7I.
tnm and dl.coimn
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low fi em atal Un.U and
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Hill f ilhcr national baaka 12.UIS On
yr.irt.onal currency, (tncluilintf
, niatli) 4,117
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n.ioi
l- 11 -.M, M. ii
; . I trnVter note
i.iAini.i n'ti
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1 i it.,1 iMk rnA In .' livin 1
t' ri-hm funu ,0"O 111
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lkivo naumcBi m tni to to MM ut my hm.viici n.
ami uruci.
A. 11. SAFKOIM). 1 i-l, .
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II. II. OANIlCt!, Motarr ISiMic
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harut...
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(as ;..(. i
ttiv frwi ixlmlln .r.i- itx
fceno ageajU . H..
line fmm other hatlnnal Unties. .
I hie from lunks tie! UattWet.'...
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I'lirnitun! and liAturen
'loir ltl ...,
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Caali itms, inclu.lirig rcranuo
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I'lfmtwiH
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l.in.ul.ition ouitundiriff.
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1. 11
itlon ouuundlrur i
Inillxidiul ileinilt
H,7' 7
Slate nf Illinois Alexander eoiirily, m. '
I. ITh-irle HlnniiiKhalil. esl.trr ih I mi
; anal Jwoil; of Calm, dowUmnly nwcr th jt lliq al.ee
.i.luliu.nt u. true lu liiv livi.1 01 my K.uowll ..nd I.
litf.
TIIAS. C'lINNINCUIAM, C.i.lner
t!iibcrila:il on.l iwuin to tcluru 111c tlu Mh
J.iy ii .11.11 , 1 7i.
II. II CANIir.i:. Notar) I',.M
C.iireriAtttr
I M l'llll I II- .. 1
i:ol I'. V MIM.I.K,' I r.t-
II. I.. IIAI.I.IHAV,
MH'ltuVli.MK.NTu J.N
rr 11 if 7TD .'i
III:. (1. I). Iniriil.AH, lirlni? ilctoriiiliied 10
"M'rll in i'M'1'.v Di-iitul oii i;iliiii, li;irc
illi'd 11111I rcluniiilii'il liii Hviit.il rarlors, No.
7, IMKlithiilri'i't. 11111I U now ivcciilnL' iVom
S. S. AVhllr .V .lohii-on. of J'lilhidelphlii,
"embwci kly, the l:ir?ct nnd line! nwirt
iiii ut of Dental (iomL imt olli ri'd In
cily. mill n iood in enn lm loiiml iu llic
l.ii'X'oil eitii".
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
Jhulu a nirciallly.Hot any of iliu Mill, mlreni.
hie, "Jilllii'y work licit drop. out. Ii-iiIiix
ti'clli cut, filed, di-coloivil, and oden tic.
llroyi'd,
1'i'l'l'i'i t (ioldi'ii (iriiii put in 111 mild Hid
'.In ra Me ai Hie Miielled luclal IIm-11',
Children's Tcoth.
N'rui.il allciilion trhi'li lo llic trratiui nl ol
. hililrcn'i Tt'idli, i'al'cnli by hatiiur lln ir
I Illli'i.'iiS 'J'eidh o.vamilicil oceni-loiialli.,
iMiuld Kie them iiiucli hiiUerinjf and di
lolllllty in aflrr l:in.
Dr. Hiiiiuhw aNoj.'lxosl'arllctilariitlcntlon
lo .Mei'h.inlcal I ii nl l-t i v. liavlntrK'ciircil iho
lllilitlou.i' lilt. HYATT'S l'ATH.NTOOU)
AMI IM :u ( O.MIII.VATION 1'hATi:,
which hat In 111 thoroughly tested mid up
id i'i by tin, hoid Hi-utlita in the K:ft, lllld
I" .wind a ilinild, tlir l)cl hud llnui-t iiillll
1i.1l plate now in lire,
Teeth extracted without pain Iiv llic 11. e
of Nll'iiu-.Hxlili' tins which i perlevtlVMilu
hi'i'c.iiillciniily iitlmliiixlcri'it,
' tf (j. (J. llOl'dl.AN.
JJWXTIONNOTIUK.
Notice Is licrf lu l'Ivcii tlialnu Tuesday the
21-rd.iy of April. A. I)., 1S7I, a tronrnil
ehiclloii will be held In thn etlv ol'Caiio, AN
eaudcr couuly, i-tatu of Illinois, lm- Urn
election of Hie lollowln named muuli:li.il
oilli-i r, to.lt : A city clerk, u city treiui
ui'ci, a city allorney. one tihlerinan Irom
i.e li Waid, I'm-the trriu ol two years mm
nidi rm a 11 IV11111 the I'lrrt Wind, to till the
.n 4lic eauied by the icinoviil of HI ram
lliby IVom the cltv, and, one iitdoi'mau Irom
i lie ScLiind Wai(l,lo llll the vacancy eau.-cd
by the ledjfliatloll of Wood Ittttvilfinitco.
Kor tho purposes or.ilil elccllon JioHi will
be opened at the I'nllowliii; named places, lo
wit: In lliu I'li'rl Ward, nt tho 1 (iimiilthlou
hoii-o f V., V. t)ali, on Iho ninth hide ol'
Sixth Mrcct between Coiiiliii i'cl.'ilailil Win-h-lutitoii
tiM'iiueij iu the Second Ward, nt tho
Itout'b and Ucady eiiirino hnusu; Inlhu
Third Wiird. at Ihe lliberiilaneiivliinboiie;
Iu tlio Fourth Wind, at the Coin I llniini;
mid tn llie 1 ''I fill Ward, at iho houi-o id 51 11..
Mllllvall, oil I lie liuitli-wett coiner of Com-
liicivlal neuiie miu rweiity.iiiiii Ktrcui.
aid clcitinn will he oiicned at elehl
o't'liiek Iu tlio liinrnliiKS niid'eoiillmie opi'ii
until Mii u u'cluik iu the nli.tiioonoitli.il
tlav.
DENTISTRY
llv ord. r orthe It V Colllicll,
M .1 lliiHi.rv, City Clerk,
t n , I" . ,Mai it I' I. 1 .1 'l- ui
.WIIUI.IWAI.M
mm in
;nFiA.aiEi3s.
EPilH.C3!CaiLlfr
Jobbers and
O TON
CliomK'.'ils, J'alont Alodioincs, lVvfnniory, Soaps, Urushos,
Toiiett Ailiclos, J)nii.st'.s I'ancy (Joods, Collier "Whito
T.i'iiil ami OLlicr firadcH, I'jiiiils,' Colnrrj, Oils, Vnniishc.",
Window Clhiss, Wax Flower lalorinl, Tube Colors. J)vu
Plulls, VAv., I'Uc, Ktu.
We S ilicit coire-poinlence nnd cirdcn Inun Dnv-.lsts, I'lml. i.nin ami (iemral Stons
11 w.i!.t of (iood In our l.bic. Steatnl.oat. I'l uitallon and Family .Medicine catet lurif
i-n ... m-iiu. .1 i mi i,i.-ii.iiil- iirti' ai liranoiiMii' liati 1.
'OTuLESAl.K v: HF.TAH.,
"1 0!ii) J.evi'i'.
CAIRO
ROSE
&
MANUFACTURERS
li I" ilr .mil Hitail iciikr in Fino
NCH kUB OR NAM EN
una fret niu
p Hp
"Be Hen
AL CONFECTIONS
FLOW.KKS, LKAYKS CO.M PA UK I) II Aims, JJKIDES
Ami lorj'tliMii; Vmiatu'mft to OtifW'tiniinr Oruntnental (mkmIi,
HO'. 172. WASHINGTON AVENUE,
(bolwien 10th nn.l lllli-l-.)
OnlcM from AUv .,1 v. ill n cone riompt Atlcntiuii I'c ttval and I'lc nics
I'uriii lied at, I.Vihiccd l'rirr
C'i-1-21- 'm
NEW HOTEL
HAIRY WALE'.ER
r I.rttr I'rojiriflrr of the tU. MthoI.-tH Hotel;
Jlrt. become f:uppriii(ciiilenl of t lie
COHXlOn SIXTH STllKIiT AND OHIO IiEVIOE.
-Mr. Walker liavin'i tnkon clmriro iiCllii-i nll nml wcll.tnrnvn linnk,. udllni
oncn givo it a thorough ronovntinr, ami put it in lit-class oriler J'nr tlio receii
tion ejnustH. Mr. Walker will welcome his l,l ou-loiucrs to llio now Iioiifc, ami
will always be "lad toi-co tliiun.
Virst-class Day Hoard 820 per Month.
HAEEY WALEEE, Supt.
Planter's House.
SO Oliio Levee
BBMUNB HUEFHER, Proprietor.
Tlio I'lantei's JIoiho is located uu Ohio Jioveo iStrcet in
CLOSE PliOXJAnTY TO Jl A 'I LUO AD DE
POTS ATTJ) STIOAMBOT LAiNDIjYGS,
And iii Iho (.Vi.lcr of Iho llmiuoHH I'oilionof I ho Oily. 'Iho Umm is notr
and ei.i.mlolu n. all ,Ih :,p,;0ili utoi.f h. Tho i'oouh, mo l.'.u nnd airy, brides
huiiij,' clt-aiitly lu.ni.shed and L'ar.led. (lucHs will rcrciro cnui'lrous ,ea.
iiiout and Iho r.o.-t of aeeoiiiiuoihuioiu.
Traiibioni. (JiuslsS2 por Pay n.V l5oriloi-fid() por Month.
A Trusty Watcli for Trains una Boats Day and Night.
27'1 3.i7.3m,
A I." I) KKTAII.
paint nil oil
ER OTHERS
Retailers of
RUGS,
HRTAlIi v i'RK CKIl'TION.
Waxlilngloii A vi. ror. Ilfglitli SI.
TEMME
II!! I,
- CAIRO, ILLS,
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