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(lr.N. FitANK P. Blair has become
, a iucmbarof tho rreflhytcriun church,
'lie has learned' to sin no moro, but ho
continues as in duty bound to hate
Grant and cling to hh portion of the
t-alary-grat).
Two millions, five hundred acres of
land are under water in the Htato or
Louisiana.! It is believed that ten mil
Hons o$ dollars ii a low estimate of the
losses cutailcd upon the people of tho
r,Xou mutt advertise or you must clnte
your places of business ; if you advertize
your-local paper will proper; the 'com
munity in tchich the local paper pros
pert iVaffttV' icomtnunity. For your
own saJcct.and ourt, business mcji of
. Cairo, advertise in THE BULLETIN.
Wi pity "him'if tho report isn,true
ouo ; but it would not surprise us if
Iho rumor of Secretary Richardson's
Insanity should bo oonfirmod. Tho
wear and tear of his mind during tho
panioanVtho Banhorn trial must have
bocu terrible. Who his successor in
tho treasury department will bo lias not
yet been determined. '
"VEdr a steam printing office, com
plcte in alt itt departments, and tc$ do
tdl kinds of printing cheaper than it
can be don anywhere else. We ttorc-
fore asJc tKc patronage of the people of
Cairo. We.cannol maintain ourselv
if Cairo lutincss men, neglecting Giiro,
itsitnudons, patronize foreign citicn. jj
tt The -Jackson county. 'Era' attacks
' Col. Bcu. Wiloy, charging him with a
disposition ito desert tho republican
party and'becomo tho opposition can
didate fof congress in opposition to Mr.
Clements. Col. Wiloy waB tho radical
randidato for senator m lbi- and IB a
a hearty welcome.
i
f . "Undeu proper and fitting circum
stances J would not. rcfuso to go to
Washington as n senator from Tonnes
c," is the. mild mauuer in which A.
uijohnson is now expressing his dc?irato
abandon privato life. If Mr. J. shoul"
return to tho senate, Tounossco would
hate a senator who would speak and
compol attention. At present tliat
stato is'practically not represented 'in
the upper house of congress. Rrown
low is an invalid aud Cooper in a non
entity. 1
J: -
.SlNATon Stuaut, a member of tho
district investigating committee, has in
troduced a bill into tho senate propos
ing to aboluh the district legislature
and the board of public works and "to
remand to congrosstho exclusive juris
jliction oyr tho District of Colum
bia conferred by tho constitution. Tho
cost of tho extensive improvements
carried .on" in the city of Washington,
including all the stealing gobbled by
ovci-grcedy and dishonest contractors)
has shown that tho district govern
ment's ideas of expense go boyoud l.'n
do fe'am's pocket, capacious even as
it is.
On Friday evening next the membcru
of tho Young Men's Christian Associ
ation, of Cairo, will moot in tho Jccturo
room of the. rrcshvterian church lo
tako umjler, advisement iho iuction of
revivlni;
..1
the
old association.
A full
attcudauco of tho' old members is cx
tpectodjLand aU tKer Christian young
men aro "cordially invited. Should ft
be decided not to work under tho old
organization, liomo new plau for I'niou
rat!.... I. .1.. I
.uMtu. nurj., oiiuug uiu jc-ung
I'eujiio oi, uio city will bo attempt-' t
Tho malliir will i,n n.r- -iy dis
cussed on " "J evening and every
Christian should havo a voico in it.
i THE WINTKK WHEAT OF ILL-
Fiom tho monthly report of the de
partmcutof agricuHuro for April and
May wo glean tho following
.......ov.uji couccruing mo condj-
'faMM;tho Wintor wheat crop of IIH-
"T.fc'j'kW fow returnii from the state are
ji 2iS!tiBTho 0ar1 town B al,aot
-iiniforalT in superior condition- in
viome cawrraio sown is a miurc. Tho
TaTorahle iufluenco of good tillago upon
:ooihiwifirr repeatedly ahown. The
&oitjjtjpjl capgebje weather of March
?WUoa injurious in Grundv. J)e Klh.
I . ..l l.l.gWg
Washington, Tozowoll, Eflingliam, and
Mason counties. Jn Franklin its
healthy color' and tWcklymaltcd,
groth in noticablo. - Sir countic-i pro-3uconcarlysjurtoroftlicwintcr-vTlicftt
of tlio Stnto, averaging in a good year
thrctvfonrtliB of a million Imsliolf each
Randolph, Macoupin, Washhigtoh,
Monroe, Clinton, and ,'fcMcy and or
tho(o, all except Washington report
condition from avcrago to line ; lan
dolpli (which produccs;a million lrah-
els u9uallyJ),cport.',Vcfy fine."
NMkcWiii, MihncBota, ami Iowa,
though producing in 187!! about nine
ty million of bushel? or wheat, do not
together aggregate more than twice tho
amount of fall-sown wheat grown in
Randolph County.
Pio Nono cannot prevent llismark
from persecuting tho church hut he can
and docs raise his voico in vigorous de
nunciation of the Clmnccllor and tho?o
who obey his dictates. Not long since
a deputation of Roman matrons waited
unon the none, on a Sunday. After
"encouraging thorn as usual, to
prayer and good works, and the cans of
of their families" ho thus referred to
tlio "great Protectant persecutor" and
i ...
those fiiithlcsa catholic governments
which instead of resisting his attacks
upon tho church, have received "his
instances as orders :"
My bolovcd daughters,you cannot bo
ignorant for you oro tho witnesses of
it ot tho war now waged against tho
Catholic Church, and you must have
heard tho name, of that Protestant per
secutor who so ardently desire tho de
struction of tho Church, as he has him
self openly doclarcd. Sot content with
mustering ngainBt her his miserable
satcllitics he excites tho Catholic gov
ernments on tho othorsido of tho Alps.
who preceded him in tho shameful
track ol religious oppression, to purauo
it with more fury than over, and his' in
stances, alas I have been received as or
ders by thoso governments. It is to
them that tho Lord will make allusion
tho day that ho addresses tho Protes
tant persecutor, and that no will cry
unto lum in tho language ol ins oticn
ded justice, "Thou hast sinned, great
Iy ; but Catholic govcrnmcuts,'ou whiek
ever eontiuentthoy bo majus prccalum
hahent aro far more guilty than thou."
You may easily understand why
this should bo, my beloved daughters
Protestant and Catholic may both sin
hut how far greater aro tho sins of the
latter, by reason of tho sacrament of
continuation, by which ho has been
anointed with tho holy chrism ; by rsa
son of tho Eucharist, in which he has
bceu fed with tho body of Christ, aid
by reason of his education in the max
ims and duties of tho Christian nnd tho
thousand spiritual benefits ho daily re
ceives from God. His sin is so much
graver, as the graces ho has received
arc greater.
WILLIAMSON COUNTY,
For not a few years back Williamson
county has been the beeno of many
deeds of outrage, violunco and murder,
many of them bloody and nearly all of
them dark aud mysterious. Men have
been waylaid and murdered on the pub
lio highways; they have been cruelly
assassinated in their own yards aud on
their own thresholds ; they havo been
dragged from their beds at night, hung
upon trees nnd their lifeless and ghastly
forms left suspended in the air to star
tle tho travolcr and drivo torror aud
npprclicnsioa to tbo hcartb of their
friends and neighbors. In ucarly ov-
cry case, the perpetrators havo man
aged to conceal themselves from tho
kpowlcdge of tho pubiie ; surrounded
by a vail of mystery which neither tho
officers ol tho lhw nor tho just revenge
of tho surviving Wends of tho mur
dered victims have boon nblo to pene
trate, thoy havo managed to tilude jus-
ico and escape altogether tho penalty
their crimes so justly duM-rvu.
Tho 'Fanner's Advocate,' published
u Marion, Williamson county, dated
May '1th, contains a communication
which throws an air of wild romance
around the desperadoes who havo so
lonir been the torror of Williamson
conty. The correspondent of tho 'Ad
vocate' kis a story tho substauco of
which is as follows :
Not lung since a party of huntcis
were out hL night. In their rambles
they met another party, who thoy wero
horrified to sec, wero carryiug a dead
man, The hunters, who had cscapod
tho observation of the others, concealed
thcnit'Clvr until tho party with the
ilnnil inn!, lmtl Tinea...! oil. U'lwm tlm.
" . '
f0I0wr..! duping at a sale distance
Dohmd for tho ol nerhatm -
mile, when the whole party, dead man
and all,suddcnly disappeared. The pur
auers searched but could find no trace
nor sign of tho party. Tlio next day
the hunters returned to tho search and
wero rewarded by discovering a cavo,
the opening of which, largo enough to
admit the body of a man, appeared in
a cllfT of rocks overhanging a smull
stream of water. Tlio explorers pro
cured lights and a reinforcement of
thrcoorfcurotIicr residents of tbo vicin
ity and relumed to tho cavo. Jmt bo.
fore they roaohed it, throo mon wero
observed running away from it in haste.
Two of tho party entered tbo cave and
found themselves In a Urge room, car
peted and furnished and showing evi
cjejic'ei of nicentopeupatiou. The aides
of the room showed openings which
thoy felt assured led to other rooms.
Tlio possibility that thoy might bo oc
cupied mado tho searchers feel uncom
fortable and thoy quickly vacated the
place. Tho party concluded thoy had
como upon tho rendevous of a band or
desperadoes and on their way homo,
stopped at tho homo ot an old fanner
and told thoir story. The farmer bo
catno excited left the room and soon
rcttirnod with four men, masked nnd
armed, who made tho party of explor
ers kneel and taken solemn oath never
to reveal what they had that day dis
covered. Tho writer of tlio commuta
tion says the families of the men who
made the discovery are leaving the
country that others arc preparing to
lollow, and ,that great excitement ex
ists on tho bonlors of Jackson and
Williamson counties in the vicinity of
the cave.
Camw printed at TllK RlJI.l.K'riN
office for tico to four and tic duUnnpi'
thousand, according to she and iptalily
of cards.
LONGFELLOW.
now
flOMH OK IM TUI5MS
WmiK WJtlTTHN.
(I'roin the Lecture by Jitmcs T. Held.
It is always interesting Is know un
der what circumstances u poet has
framed an immortal poem or sonnet or
song. As 1 happen to know some
thing of the origin and birth of many
of Longfcllow'H pooms, lot mo divulge
a Tow secrets in regard to them. Tho
"Psalm of Lifo" camo into existence on
a bright summer moruiug in July,183S,
in Cambridge, as the poet sat botwecn
two windows at tho small table in tho
corner of his chamber. It was a voico
from his inmost heart, and ho kept it
some lime in manuscript, unwilling to
part with it. It expressed his own
feeling at that time, when ho was rally
ing from the depression of n deep afflic
tion, nnd ho hid tho poom in his own
heart for many months. lie was ac
cused of taking tho famous verse. "Art
is long and time is fleeting," from
llishop s poem, but l happen to know
that was not in his mind, nnd that the
thought came to him with as much
freshness and originality as if nothing
had been written bclorc. "I hero is
reaper whose namo is death" crvstall
zed at once, without effort, in tho poet'
mind, and ho wrote "it rapidly down
with tears lining his eyes as ho com
poscu it. " i no jjigut ot tlio stars was
composed as tho poet looked out upon
a calm and bcautuul summer evening.
cxactlv suirccstivo of tho room. Tho
moon, a little strip of silver, was just
setting bchiiud Jlount Auburn, and
Mars was blazing m the south. That
lino ballad, "Tho Wreck of the JIcspo
rus, was written in 18U9. A violent
storm had occurred the night before,
nnrl nc tTfm nnnt l.nf aninlrinr liia titnn
...... - ... I'.j'v-
about midnight by the firo,tho wrcckod
Itpinnrna rninn .riilinf into ,lll mJiwl
seized him, and he could not sleep, lie
got up aim wrote tno celebrated verse?
"Iho clock was striking three, ho said
"wneni uuisiieu tho last stanza. " li
did not eomo intn liia miml ln I!
but by wholes tanzasjiardlycausingli'im
an euon, but iiowmir without let
or
hindrance.
THE OIlKilX OF "EXCEI.MIon.''
One ot tlio best known of all liongfel
low's shorter poems is"Excolsior." The
word happened to catch his cvo lato
ono autumn ovoning in tail on a torn
niece of newsnancr. and stmii'lifwnv li!a
imagination took firo at it. Takinntho
ursi piece oi paper ni iianu,wiueii hap
pencd to be tho back or n lettor re
coived that nicht from Charles Sum
nor, Longfellow crowded it with verses,
As lirst written down "Excelsior "diff-
ors from tho perfected and published
poom : but it Miows in its oricinal con-
eeption a rush aud glow worthy tho
theme and the author. Ou a summer
iftcrnoon in 1810, as ho was ridiui
on the beach,,lTiio Skeleton of Armor'
rose as out of tho deep boforo him nnd
would not bo laid. The story of "Ev
angeline" was first succcstcd to Haw
tliornc by a lricnd who wished huu to
ound a romanco upon it. Hawthorn
did not quite coincide with tho idea, and
naimou tno memo to JiOiiKlellow. who
saw at onco all tho essential finalities of
a uccp nnu tender ldv .
SPECIAL NOTICES.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
l!ujiyreiior ror young men from tno el-
iucm ui urrura ami uniifcs in early llfo. .Man
liood restored. Imin!illtm;nts to niarrlsce
removed. Now method or treatment. .New
and rumarknlila remedies. Hooks and clr-
tumrs nunv irec, in foaled envelope. Ad
ilrchH. llnwurd AHKoulutlon. n un,..i.
Nlntli street, 1'I.lladoli.Ula, Pn.-au Instltu
tlon lmviiiK a lilKliieputalloii for liounrablu
aim iiueMunill hKIII. 1 1 i I S M.VwIlm
DON'T TRUST ANY MAN
Who ays ho will pay f .V ror a easo of Ca
tauli willed do l.i IN to cure. Woleolt'a Cu
tanli AnnlhllatorliaH cured thousands who
V."',.1.'1 Uia WMifl wltlioiit it. nd hit
aprnt Mill return tho nmnr t ' :i y 1
mi ever try Wol.COTl 'S 1'AIN
llllllt
m.
RULERS, ffn
Boot uud ahoe maker, Twentieth street lie
tncen WuhlnKton avonuo und l'onlar
in 1''? Prel,ttre 10 make boots ana thoon
tne.'tet and most latdlonahlo htIoi
He will niKko them to nr,!... i ?'J0?'
ftyloi to kUlt customer, out or' tho Us- and
trehost Hock, of wli eh h iu.-T;.' . u
Bood Mipiilyonhand from which to maki
lolecttonn. All rutins of boom anil
made by Mr. Khlcra ifdonn In 1 1 SSnSbSZ
-no forelKn lltttnc bolmt u2ia br ffiSP
fill-A lllm n nettl -ti.l hs -
; Ion ' kito you iatls.
II. WARDNKlt, M. D.
H. G. STALKER, M. D.
omea and rldno Ul Cemmnlal Avu
UMt door tn the Atlieuouw. 1 ,MC K.
, jv "! iiiui ' i over illkter- ii
jtoi 1 eaduehe, Toothaeho and J-dL-L
within Hvo minutes or monev refunded
(1. OOl.li.sMITII. eor. l'Jth X o" I.
my aent. . i Wolcott.
I'AIV 'V II
FURNITURE
LOW ERICES.
T t.ilco plonsuro i willing
tlio attention of tlio public to
my ibsli nnd full stock ol
now nnd elegant "Furniture, at
ni' Furniture- and Matrasa
Factory, corner Seventeenth
Street and Washington Ave
nue. My stock embraces
Bedsteads, Wadrobes, Bu
reaus, Sideboards, V ash
stands, Tables, Chairs, Bug
gies, Matrasses and, in a word,
nil that is use ul or orna
mental in my line.
This being the only manu
factory of Furniture in this
city, I propose ottering better
winds at lower uriccs, and
have made a large redwUtw
in tho pr3t3? of rdi my goods.
CaV r.r.d examine mv stock
olid secure an outfit of choice
Furniture. To tho wholesale
trade I 'otter special induce
ments. Noto tho placo
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wm. EICHHOFF
Wholesale-' and Retail Dealer in Fur
niture aud Matraescs.
inr.-'J-Wim.
itriKi
ENT EltPllISE SAVING-
ftim rnl Cntrli Ul. J""
OITV NATIONAL DANK, OAlllO
OTficeiis :
A. II. HAFFOK1), lrestdent;
8. B. TAYIiOIt, Vloo-Presldenf,
U. UYBLOl", SorUry and Treasurer
tlBICTOU I
f.'IU. lUoti, Oilu. Qiuaaia,
F. a. BT00ftaa, PaulU.Bcbch,
It. Hi Ovimaaaia, H. P. IUu-idai,
J. SI. I'iiim.im.
Drpoaita ol nat Acnonut lueelved Irani
Ten tirmtm (Inward.
INTEREST paid on deponita ai tbo rat ot an
percent, per annum, Muob latand Baptom
nar lat. InUraat not withdrawn la added Inline,
tlately to the pnnolpal of tba depoalU, tfaeretj
giTln mem ooinpoouu microst.
MA.BBJ WOUIIT AUD cnlLUBHlt MAT
SirOSIT alOVKT
ma vhat tta omb aiaa OLM na&w IT.
Opan eYcry bualnam day from t a.m. to S p.m.,
Jd Htardy orr..nit tor BAV1HQ DEPOrilTt
an
only, from
e to a o oiook.
W. llrHI.OP. Trouitror,
auuir
THE CITY NATIONAL
VtiiO, ILMNOIh
CAPITAL
31011,001)
orrioam:
Wl V. llil.l.lDAV, 1'rotUrnt;
H UN KV I.. HAI.UDAT, Vio1'uhU.iii
A. ll.HAVKOHl), Cimliloi;
WAL'l'KU llVril.Ol', AHdlHltn Ciuhier-
cintotoaai
HriMa Tatlob. noaaat II. Ocaxiaonm.
II at Li. UALL1DAI. W. f. UA1LISAT.
Sao, O. Witumtoii, Biarnm Hiuu
a. i). DAiroaD,
KxntiiiBff, Coin mmrt Vuttnl Nlnlea
ItondJi naocht nail Held.
DKPOSITB roooWod, and a (moral taoklBi
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OA I HO.
It. W. Mili.u, l'reoldonl.
J. M. I'm l.ll'H, VIce.l'roHlilont.
(Jiua. Cunninouam, C'aililor.
JOLLKOTIONU PBOM1TLY MADK.
EXOnANUK, nom, tiaak nriton aad Unilix
Htataa naourlt'oa bouubt and hoM,
1 ! Allow, nu 'limn Ueioalta
WM. HALL'S
Balsam for the lunp
TJIK OHKAT AMKKK1AK CON
BUMl'TIVK K1I.MKDY
(!niif.iiinntlon la NOT uiiinnuraliti ilUnnfin
rliydiintiH asMiro UHuU (not. It in only
nrvuiharr 10 nuvu un; nii'iit iiomciiv. iinii
vuu luniuio niaiau) i:au uu comuivreu.
Hall's Balsam i: this Utrndy.
It breaks tin the iilulit bwoats.rcllevea tlio
opprcHiilve tlhtnrn uirou tba ltmj;, nnd
lieni. mu larcorntcu ami cxcoilalea turiucca
wiiicii tiioicuom ol tnu iIIhouso prouuecs.
WHILE LIFE LASTS TIIEUE IS HOPE.
It mnv not be too late to effect a euro even
alter ttiu dootorn hare then you up
1 1 ii 1 1 i--... ia ..ii irA..A
may tin hud nt wbolcKilo of tlm rropii.tnri,
iloluiK. Henry. Curran A Co., ut their ,
.ail n iibibkii. in piiiii vhi v.vui.-il. mill
l'hco, Sow York. 1'rUe l ucr bottle.
ureal Jimnpine warciioiKn. . anil 11 uoi ipiro
Hall a llulsam la aim a auru rouicuy for
OU1MI9. Colds, l'helimnnii. Ilranuhltll".
A.tlinia, Spitting of lllooil. Croup. Wboop.
ing Cough, nnd all other dlralca ot tbo res-
iriiory orgaua.
Win I'rnnrlnlnm nf Kiivill' lllnnil nnd
Liver Syrup.Carbollc Sulro,kdoy'i Trochea,
Oxysfonatcd llittcru, Mott'a 1.1 rer rills. c.,
J01INF. HENRY, CURRAN & CO ,
HandO Colleuo Place. New York.
'0-4.lft.w4t.
DANIEL LAM PERT,
FASHIONABLE BARBER
ash
H A IE
X3 23, IE3 3 S..TT. H
tlglitli Mrcot, licKvcen Waililnirton mul
vvuiiiuioiriai AVCnilC,
UAIl),'.lU.IM)s.
WHOTESAl.H
Dili
m 11
BARCLAY
Jobbers nnd
PURE
Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
Toilett Articles, Druggist's Fancy Uoods, Collier vhito
Lead and Other Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, A'arnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Tube Colors, Dye
Stulls, J'itC, JlitC, J'Jtc.
AVe Solicit corrcmotulmice and ordor
In want of (loodn In our I, Inc. Htcamhoat.
I'licu oriicuucu wiiu ucuauio uruga ni jtenouanio iiutca.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
71 Ohio Ley ve.
CAIRO.
Planter's House.
SO Ohio Levee - - CAIRO. IJ-LS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
The Planter's House 13 located on Ohio Lorce Street in
CLOSE PROXIMITY
POTS A1STD STEAMBOT LAlsDl3STGS
And in tho Center ol' the BusincHs
and complete in all Ua appointments.
boini' olcuuntly iurnished nnd carpeted.
mcnt and the heat of accommodations.
Transient Guests 2 per Day.
A TrustyWatch for Trains and Boats Day and Night
274 3.'J7-3wi.
NEW
HARRY WALKER
(Tjatc Propricter of tho St. 'Nicholas Hotel;
Eas become fa'uperintendent of the
iinmmiii
CORNER SIXTH STREET ANDOJIIO LEVEE.
Jlr. Walker haviiiK taken charKo
onco givo it a thorough renovating, and put it in first-class order lor the recep
tion kucsIs. Mr. Walker will welcome his old CUhtninfrs tn tlionntv )mnc m..l
mu unvayb uc fjinti 10 see mem.
ill t i t. . . .i
First-class Day Hoard 20 por Month.
HARRY WALKER, Supt.
I1UTOHKRN
JACOB WALTER.
BUTOHHi?.,
Ami Denier In
FRESH MEATS,
Ekihth Htkkit. iikt. Wasiiinoton and
CoMMKiiciAi.,Avjc.ni)JoInlnp; Ilnnny'8.
Iveeni tbo best of Heef. I'nrk.Miitlnu veil.
Lamb. Suuaire. etc.. unit la iireiiurpil lo
.serve laiulllea In n lu-t'eptublu manner.
JAS. KYNASTON,
UTC HER
And Dealer In
ALL KINDS OF FlltiSII 3IKATS
Near Cor. Tvrontioth Stroet and
Commercial Aronuo.
OAIUO, ILLINOIS
HYLAND & SAUR,
Ami Dealers in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of every tli'i'lllHlon,
Cnr. lnih Strri't uml Cnnuiim-fal Avenue,
.-exi uour 10 uie iij-iauii isninmi,
Caiho, Illinois.
WILLIAM Ii. SMITH, M. D.
ltUSinKKCK-Xo. 21. Tlilrtecnlti atroet.
beUT(n Waanlnston uTunue uml AValnut
ttreut. Olllco li commerclnl nvennti, up
'alalia.
AND HKTAlL
PMNT AND
BROTHERS
Retailers of
DRUGS,
Perfuuicvy, Soaps, brushes,
Irom DriiCL-lnti". I'hvMclanj and fk-ncrat Storci
l'lantatlon nnd Family Medicine cases turn
RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION.
Washington Ave, cor. Elghtli St.
TO RAILROAD DE
Portion ol tho City. The Houxc is now
Tho rooms, are lare and airy, besidci-
(iiieft will receive courteous treat
Day Hoarders 20 per Month
HOTEL
of this old and well-known Ii
"vi""u
ATTENTION KAU DKAJiKRS.
i 111:
SPINNING i'Al'EIt STOCK
111 t'bf.l nut Si reel,
CO,
vr. i.oiJiN, .no.
PAY THE HimihST C'tSII PKK'KS,
7 cts. jior lb for Holt Woolen,
a etc. per lb for Wool Unrpot.
1 cts. por lb for Wool Hlankoti,
- 1-1 cti. per lb for Old Clotb.
I1 A ILORS' CLIPPINGS
A SPECIALITY.
Want (lotion
Wmta 1'npnr.
HhKi Old Hook and
IBB 3.21.3 w.
THE NEW
ARLINGTON HOUSE
COMMKKOIAL AVJJNUK,
ll ween Sixth nn( . Seventh .MrocU, Cairo
Illinois. '
T. II. .mis. l'roprlotor.
Tlui.Vew Ariineiou jionio in now onon
Iortlio reecillon of KUejita, Tho liouao U
located In the heart ol tho Imalneaa portion
oi llio city, uml convenient to ateamhoa.
InntlliifM und railroad Uepnta. Good aaiuple
rooini for conmierolal iginti Watch kept
day and night for boat) ami tralm,
Ml
HNl IDEA1
'WILSON
SHUTTLE
FOE
50 Dollars
FARMERS,
MERCHANTS,
MECHANICS,
AND
EVERYBODY
Buy the World-Renowned
9
Stolile Sewin HacMne
THE BEST INTHEWORLD
The Highest Premium
was awarded to it at
VIENNA;
Ohio State Fair ;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amer. Institute, N.Y.;
Cincinnati Exposition;
Indianapolis Exposition;
St. Louis Fair; ,
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
AND
Georgia State Fair ;
FOR BEINC
The Best Sewing Machines
and doing the largest
and boot range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct
COMPETITION.
I3&r" For Hemming, Fell
ing, Stitching, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, Quilting, & Stitching
fine or hcauij Goods, it is
unsurpassed.
Where we have no Agents,
we will deliver a Machine for
the price named above, at the
nearest Rail Road Station or
Purchasers.
Needles for all Sewing
Machines for Sale,
Old Machines taken in Exchange,
Send for Circulars, Price
List, &c, and Copy oL the
Wilson Reflector, one of the
best Periodicals of the day,
devoted to Sewing Machines,
Fashions, General News and
Miscellany,
Agents Wanted.
Address,
Wilson Seiini Machine Co.;
CLEVELAND OHIO.
Ilnudolh
Corner mutt Hi,
CllICArtO.
The moit Hmounttl Bntcialut of tht Am. in tk.i
treatment of PniVATE. CIMOXia ami Tint.
4 .us r aisE.tsKs, snstiXM wbakxxbh.
Tle rrftilt ofculr IrwllK-rfllnui rrolt.r ..u.M, vodi4lot
Krnvoi'MXEas.riiirLKa on tub rkct, Avaaaiouro
sociaTV. imuir-to bioht. lom or uruoar M
mxuooD rnuL H.sv.t ctnto. tiik emu oe
IIFUICIL LITHRATIT.R. UluHntM with ,k..t. ,tnr..lt,
ijl.lulnj wton7iurr.Lno ulij. Tba lnidlmt..
loiuirtlMt. Tk.lf mlut., cu. and tor.. TIm to m.u,
llrl.ln.ltj u.lnJ. LittlK lilltlii, ,.tU.UI,
unllcil ll.Manco or JtUo car call or Hilt IU 4il.
Invalid, it.vUr4 Willi rltat. .patioimU, U-wJ, aiutvl
CurnOiarmiM,
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
rilKNII IsmiHO UOOIM
. MJ.S. M. JACKSON,
(Formerly Mn. 9wandor,)
announces that alio haa juit! opened a larit
uaortment ot tlm ' K
NKWE3T,
MOST PA8UI0NABLB,
AMD UAND3QMI8T
Mlllinyry Uoods to ho founa in the markat
She will keep on hand
.i?' Klowkhh, Ridboks,
Ladies Fuunibiiino Goodb, Motiohi,
Collars. Undk&mlickvkm. Ttrma.
And all cooda found In millinery atorea, all
ol which will bo dliponod ot at the lowest
cnxh prleea, Wri. Jackaon reapeotnilly
Ki a continuation of the paUonage wkleh
nun been lo liberally beaUowed upon her b
Hie ladlea of Cairo and the TlolaitV, '

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