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THUR8KDAY, JUliY 0.1B74.
OIHfllMl Pprof 111 OHr mill CoBntjr
loUN II. OUKULY. Kdllor and mbll'Mr
TKUHS OP TMC DA1L1 MJUsKTIH
One iriit, by earner
Ono jraarbr carrier, lnadrnce 10 00
Od. year by carrier U not pild In
advmfo M 00
tfn mouth, l?ftU 100
fhrtt mordi 8 00
elx moh........ II
Una jaar 10 00
TIRMS Of WKEKLT DULLKT1K
One Year tl 00
Six. Month , , 7f
Thrco .Month fO
Invariably In advance.
Rtwullns mnlier ou er page.
TllK couiotV (nil Is will to be .'?,000,
000 miles lou, mid the astronomers
predict that it will switch the earnd
envelope thu uiooii. iccpcotfully
request tliu imjor ' ca" a special
meeting of tbc council to take tlio
comet's tail iuto cousnleiutiou, nd
"for general busiui'Si." If the Cairo
city council oitiuot control the tail of
a comet of what iih ii tbo council ?
Mr. Welder is an imtronoiucr, nut with
tbo other boientiat of tbo first uird,
ought to be enabled to draft a bill for
an ordinance that will prevent thu tail
from impinging tho earth. If WaMcr
can't who can ? is a question wc .should
loso no time in hooking nil answer l'or.
Men who pretend to bu so regardful
of the law that they nefao every oppor
tunity to violate it aro Usually not
ouly lawbreakers but Bro also careless
of tbo publio duty which requires ev
ery pemou to talc an interest in tbo
exeoution of tho law. Therefore mo
have no doubt tho cirfzeus nl,a ,i
tempted to lynch 0 upton, the mur
derer of Kschbacb, have already coolcl
ofi and do not c.iro whether (lupton
dies or lives. They bavo all rutired
from tho law-enforcing business, be
cause to euforce law, without infringing
law, costs the enforcers money. A,
iuol mau is usually a bad citizeu, aud
TllK Jonoalioro "d'azolto" (-ays:
Till Hullktin copies tho communiea-
iioii oi our corretpoudtmt, (Ueiling that
'-ru oi. j.oulK H. Ii. Co., pay tho
irdeltMa.ii of II. . rvon A Co., in
lhl county, n Union Co.' botid, when
they jeceive them, and Minnies that tho
company will not do tlili. ' hare the
beit authority for laying that it Union Co
carriei out Uor contract In tcoo.l Ulth with
the company, tb claims of tir cltizsn.
agalmt tbo contractors yi t. Vu rv
Commenting upon the suggestion
made by tbo correspondent of tho
"Gazette," Tiik Hui.i.ktin did say,
that the Cairo and .St. Louis railroad
company would not agree, that, if
Union OOUUty WOtlld fJ- Jior boinJi
under thccoutrnei the cotnpauy would
consent that a pouion of them
should bo appliod to the payment of
the debts due from the contractor to
citliens of that eouuly, but Tut: III l.
I.liTIN did not intend to say so. It was
our intention to say that tbo company
would consent to the arrangement 4 the
"not" got between "would" and "con
sent" without our knowledge or con
muL Wo belie vo the company should
agreo to euoh an arrangement, and we
advocate the policy of tho company giv-
mg its auent as suggested.
Who aold Ouptou thu whisky that
made him a niHiiiao, ro.idy to take life
upon tho slightest provocation? This
is a question tho friends of Ksebbaeh
ihould find an hush or to; and having
found the auswor, they should bring
tho law to bear upon the men whoever
they may be. Tho man who sold Uup
ton liquor on the Sunday when he
killod Ksohbuch is a party toliuptonV
orime, aud oau and bhculd be punished.
He aud his bondsman should bo made
to smart ihould bo made to furnish a
few dollars to support tho widow aud
the orphan he helped to rob of a pro
tector, Where ar tl.o enthu-iastic
mob men, who wihd to tear down tho
jail to hava vengeance upon the mur
derer of KschWh? WUy aro tnej inn
now directing thoir attention to thu
BJjsu whoso liquor, unlawfully sold,
nid the murderer au irresponsible
maniac? Who replies?
JuiKiE O. h. Foiuikm.e, county
judge of l'ulaski county, has received
petition signed by every lawyer in
that county, requesting him to reign
Jits office Thia requeit i not made in
any spirit of hostility to Judo Fom
belle, but beoauso ho is not competent
is periorm the duties of the position
he occupies. A good, honest man, ho
knows nothing of the law, has no exe
cutive ability, is not a good gucssur,
and is driven by tho lawyers from pil
lar to post. In his court confuiion is
confounded, and Justice does not abide;
oufusiou entered when r'oiubello did,
and Ignorance at that time throw .Jus
tice out of the window. Thy juJgc
Us not jetoxprewed his determination
torotire from public Hfo. It is beliovod
he likes his petition, disagreeable a, it
must bo to him, mj will stick to it all
in despite of the TuVi lari ,f h(j
should determine, he hai inl ()U0
oourie to pursue. Ho must punish th
pctiti'nors for coutcmpt. lie (wi1l be
in duty bound to nrrcst ovory ; ono of
them. Col. Watkiiis ho should punish
by imprisonment during Hfo; Crandall
by banishment to Alaska ; l'idgcon by
compelling him to fly ; Davidgc, by re
quiring him to run a foot race with the
Smiths ; and Liucgnr by condemning
him to endure tho tortures of another
tape worm. Jfo must vindicate him
self, or no person will hereafter respect
.Mn. Jlltow.v, tho efficient health offi
cer of Cairo, reported to Alderman
Waldor, tho astronomer of tho Cairo
coramoa council, that ho had boon in
formed by both Dr. Smith find T1'
Dunuing that the comet "as VU1"
healthy, mid ought to b!,lcd' tllIlt
Dutm'mi;, in a tru'Ml wa'. ll:,J
..,,! iiO tlir liumeiult) of 'pine,
i, '.ihilnj(, wltli aet'i'lt rah'il i'iir-.
I'liu nulilni: ((inii't In tlic sun ilei-etul-
And :it Iik khik lu'low the li.nlhic cuilli,
With awful train ioJeUi'l n'erllie he.u
n, ThiKUllt.vclly trembles!"
Dr. Smith had agreed with Dr. Dun
ning, and bad assured the officer that
"The llliistrinu stranger p.ii.In, terror
On n.ttlnnsl Ironi M tier) tlaln
ll lenlli 'iioruioii, Uke LlMiulnl iniiml
Tluolifli ileilh ofitlier,"
Alderman W'alder said be had heaid
this for a long time, aud had advised
the mayor necks ago to establish
quarantine aud throw liiuo about thu
city, but hid advico had been neglected,
and the worst was now likely tocouio.
However, ho wished Officer Drown
to not relax any effort, and urged him
to do-all ho could to abate tho comet.
lie had had considerable experience
with pigeons, aud had found salt on
their tails n paucceii : ho would there-
foroudviso Drown to procure a suffi
cient quantity of salt, and, watching
his opportunity, put it on the comet's
tail. That would end its career. :tud
rcstoro vio public health. .Mr. llrowu
has gone up to St. John's alter tho saH
aud will return with it in n few days.
Wnldcr is a genius !
DltKSS UKI'ull.M l.N HltOOK
LYX. The " Ludics' Physiological Society
of Drooklyn" is tho name of n moiety
recently organized by somo of tbo
wealthy women of the city of Dronk
lyn. Deform in dress and in the
manner of living aie the objects pro
posed to be effected by tho society.
Among the reforms, is the ubohtion of
the corset. Deadly war is to bo made
against tho corset. Jn tho hope that
ho will bo brought to see the error of.
nor ways, unlace tier corfct ana cast u
from her as n thing of deadly peril to
her soul and body, the woman who
wears a corset is admitted to member
ship in the society; but until she is re
formed in this respect, tht! uny not
hope to enjoy any of its honors
she cannot be its piciilcnt,
nor its vice-president; sho cannot write
its letters nor handle its money. If
she wishes to hold office, she mu.-t
also bear tho weight o her clothing
sutpended from her shoulders, and not
ruin her health and her form by carry
ing U bout her hips. Sho must also
livo 'hygiunically'' that is, ahe must
not cat pound cake, uor too much meat,
nor drink wines. Shu may use mush
instead of pound cake, for mush is
harmless -.11111 digmtible, (and cheap
but this seems to bo no object with the
ladies.) Fish is to be substituted fur
meat, becaue fish produces phosphor
ous uud phosphorous strengthens the
the brain, and it is Kttpposed all the
ladies who join the society will have at
least a little brain to begin on. Tho
membership is composed of ladies of
wealth and poMtimi, whose influence
in any lclorm will bs large. After
the society is in goud working order, a
aeries of lectures, by women, upon the
promotion ol the laws ef health, will
DM'OUCU Til 13 DAW.
The Christian community of Cairo
ought to bo lectured. It is an icebcri:
oveu in this hot weather. Nothing can
-.w-.o um e.nristian una temperance
people Into life iuto vigorous labor;
aud it is a fact, apparent to the most
casual observer, that, if the sinners of
Cairo wero us lasy as the saints, Satan
would soon become a beggar
for followers in this part of the
earthly vineyard. Sin could not long
live in this city if it woro as tnactive
as lany as Cairo godliness.
What do wo rucau by th'u ? Wo will
proceod to explain :
A few days ago, 11 man of the naine
of (iupton a dcipcrato character-
becamo druuk and killed u citizen of
the naiuo of Ksohbach. A large crowd
of augry citizens gathered about tho
jail in which (iupton had becu con
fined, and demanded tbo prisoner J thoy
wero determined to hang him to a lamp
post. Whon aeked why they wero
making this demand, they said; "If
wo do not hang him. ho will not bo
hanged, tho laws aro not enforced in
Cairo, and our citizens can bo shot
down and murdered with iuipuuity
J hu laws must be enforced, if wc our'
solves enforce them."
Wo sw thu men of thu moii mot
Hum faco to face, nnd know them. It
may appear strange, but it is a fact,
thai tbo most aotivo loaders were sa
loon .keepers. They woro tho loudest
in demanding tho enforcement of tho
laws, which thoy claituod and not
without truth were being with impun
ity daily violated in Cairo.
Wo told thoni it was tho fault of the
pcoplo if tho laws were not enforced
that tho mob-lnw they proposed to in
dulge in, might in turn bo-visited upon
tho mobberH. We entreated tho angry
people to take action in their cool mo
ments to sccuro the punishment of (Sup
ton by due process of law. Of course, this
renest has been forgotten. The lynch
ers have retired and there is now no
person, except the ollieors of the law,
who will taku any interest in tho trial
of ! upton j nnil how many will put
themselves to thu trouble of inquiring
in what manner tho widow nud orphan
of tho murdered mall aro supplied with
the necessities of lllo?
Hut tho 11 upton mob gavo cx prcs
sion to n sentiment that nil our people
should act upon : the lmvs must be
enforced, and no man be permitted to
violate them without sutlering the pen
alty. If this rule is adopted, we will
bavo few murders few nets of lawless
nets in (.Wo. Let ui then, citizens of
Cairo, net upon this suggestion.
(iupton killed Kjchbauh unlawfully ,
let us nil labor to have him punished
in nceordnucu with law. A saloon
keeper or saloon-kccpeis of this city
sold to (Jnpton, who was druuk, liquor
on SumUy sold him liquor unlaw
fully, and this made him a maniac
ready to kill tiny person. lie killed
I.'. .1.1 I. 1 I-.. I I.
Kschbacb, without malice, because hu
had never seen Kschbaeli, and did not
remember the next morning that he
had killed him. It was, in fact, liquor
that murdered Kschbaeli, and liquor
that had been sold to Gtipton unlaw
fully. Let us all then labor to have
tUu kuloon-koepcrs who sold (lupton
liquor unlawfully punished in accord
ance with law. Det us tako up the cry of
the saloon-keepers who wihed to hang
(lupton, and say : "The law must be
vindicated, lie who violates it in
Cairo, whether he bo a temperance
man or a saloon-keeper, a Chiistiau or
a sintier whoever ho may be must
What do tho Christians say to this?
Wo sinners have como to tho conclu
sion that tho laws mint be enforced,
and if the Christians will only "wako
up" tho programme can be carried
Couie, nun, i-niuvn ..l ttunors ' don't
lei us nice, nnj lot.gor. i.l w Jor
mine that the murderer of Kschbach
shall be punished, aud that the men
who sold tho murderer liquor ou tho
fatal Sunday of Kschbach's untimely
taking off, shall also suffer. Tho Gup
ton mob gavo to tho citizens of Cairo a
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valuauic suiouoietu. vt 111 mcy prout
by it ?
Who will lead? Will tho church
member and strict temperance man
who regretted in our hearing that tho
mob did not hang (iupton, take a lit
tle interest i:i this mutter? Will he
pleii-ii take a gong, aud cuter upon tho
waking up business ? If he docs, we
ask him to make the gong noisiest near
tbo pulpits whuro the sleep is sound
est. The death of Dr. Francis K. And
rews", the conspicuous spintuulist, has
occasioned litigation with reference to
his property. Some thirty years ago
ho married a young woman in Albany,
and had by her u ery family.
Twenty year later he became 11 spirit
ualist, and, by some fatality not yet ex
plained, discovered that his companion
of twenty years was the wrongone, aud
must therefore bo relinquished. A
short ru.-idcucuin Indiana procured him
a divorco, not only from his wife, but
from his children also. 1 1 0 provided
for them handsomely, nud then utterly
ignored them, hater he traveled iu
Kuropu, was ono of mark twain's " in
nocents abroad," and returned to Now
York only to marry a fccoml time, and
resume tho practice of medicine, lly
his will ho left all his property to his
second wife and her children. Jlis first
Istflfo ltiiiis that tbi' divi.Toa wii illegal,
ami coniesis me will, it the deceased
doctor leally wishes to have the matter
properly fettled, ho ought to lose no
time in arranging it. If ho does not
kunw how to do so. what is tho use of
being a prominent spiritualist for tun
The true source of tho responsibility
for all tho misgnvernment and all tho
fill n.il' ! .... .1. - . .1. . . . 1
r...,viu CittMUS Ul 1110 hOUlll IS 10 110
sought for at Washington. Tho ad
ministration has accepted whatever
combination of persons in a southern
state that assumed lobe the republican
party, and adapted and maintained it.
Bullock was the administration favor
ite iu Unorgia; Clayton was till re
ccritly the administration favorite iu
Arkansas, and Moses is its favorite in
South Carolina. Kach of theso men
was tho head of tho republican party iu
his state, and tho infnmy of hi char
aoter did not prevont him from claim
ing and receiving tho moral counten
aneo and the netivo support of thu ex
ecutive at AVushington. St. Louis
Tiik liKsT. Win. Lmlwig, linrnon
makor, corner of Kljjht utroot and Com.
morclal ovnuo, Jul tho belt supply of
Imriion, untitles, brhlltoi, eta, In Southern
Illinois, Mini aellt thuiu M rhrntp ai tho.
HOW TUP, (iLoinorsrouKTii WAS
FA KM lilt S CONVICTION AMI llOliUS
,'fi.v 7, b"l.
Dkau Ht't.l.KTiN : The Fourih was
celebrated by picnics Uul barbecues in
various parts of tht county.
Tilt: l AltJKHS
bad a picnic lcio in the
forenoon, and a eoneiiion at tho court
house in the nflernooti. Tho conven
tion was composed of delegates from
the dlflerunt elubs in tin county. Thoy
adopted n platlorm otreiuely radical
in its character.
Then; was ono ralljr minting oc
currence that 1 mint nciiliou :
Some evenings ago i few of tin) citi
zens of our '.own, i fnirug the farmers'
organization could not bo successfully
conducted without tb-ir aid.) formed
themselves into u Mechanic.-' Club.
They iudoMcd (lie Independents'
ticket nnd platform ami tho course of
tho advisory board -in short, swal
lowed every thing about it and " went
a fdiv bettor.'' Conspicuous in this
iMechaiiicV Club wcie two limbs of tho
law and one fol'ower Ksculapius. The
doctor baed hit right to belong lo the
concern on his'iiising corn in his cow
posture, one of the lawyers on his driv
ing the plant when law buiiucss is
dull, nud tho ether lawyer on his cul
tivating a truck patch. Dolcgntos for
the convention wero elected. When
ti, convention net, tho aforesaid doc
tor and lawyer had secured the most
conspicuous sells in the root-., ready to
shoot oil their mouths on the lirst
showing; but tluy looked out of place,
aud those old slaggy farmers began to
eye thorn susplcously.
"What is their Vienna Club?" cried
"Who pto thee Vienna delegates ?"
"Just look at these two fellers-
will ou?" saiJ l.ivobice, "look at
the ink on thia ldler"s fingers. Look
at that big L-iud of pnpers marked
Ciicuit Court in tnis feller's pwkut."
"And this fellsr." cried Kceseo,
"stinks of pills a .J a-aioet'.da."
"It won't do' cried all in a ehintis ;
"too thin. '
Tho trio rose to oxpluin but thu
farmers would hear none of it. "Kick
'em out ' rciouuded till over the house,
and out they went. There an two
la nr jiii and one doctor In Vicuna who
say the fjrmur.s' movement is a Imnd.
u miori lived tnitiule, e., ,Vc.
SAW TllK rol HTII.
A number of our citizens went to
jour city in quest of 'he Fourth, and,
without doubt, somu cf them fontd it,
together with Christjias nud several
other holidays, as minifested by their
eyjs and bloody noei on returning.
The doctor from Ilelktup, .1. O.
Young, held in bund of 5800 for com-
milting rape, went t. Delknap with
Deputy Sheriff Juhnstnii to find bail
the other evening, mid f.iiM to return
indue time. Sheriff 'J ry went after
him, broiiL'ht him bn'l. forthwith, and
placed him iu "duraico vile.'' John
ston is no longer diputy sherifi. Ho
say he resigned. W any rate he has
announced himself 1 rival caudidatc of
Cray for sheriff.
A (ifT-AUMKl ltl'ITIAN
by tho name of Jacl i'oss, has been
for somu time past jracticing the pu
gilistic art in l'oriinn aud Hclkuap
much to the iiuuoyau'u of tho citizens
of those pcacable villgoi. Jack is thu
man who fought thet'erkios family iu
Mound City, on tie Oth of May. X
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NhW l'OHK STOitK,
WIIOLrSALK AND KKTAIL.
LA 110 HUT V.BIHTV 1TOOK IM Til H C1TT
OOOUi BOLD VKUY OLOHK.
Bonier of luMulti Nlrvvt 11 nil I'oiu
II. O. I'ATlttll
Of leal elate. Ily Irtuo r nil order and
dceiceof tin county court of Alexander
county. Illlmils, iiistln on tho petition ol the
undcrffsticd, mlinl!iltiator ol (lie cMutc
ol Alhett It. Wliltaker, decerned,
lor lc.no to cll the real unlniu
ol said dcccactl, at tlio 1,1st
lemnirv term of said court, lo-wlis on the
'1 ueiitfetli day of January, A. !., 171
shall, on Saturday, liie te nly-tlttli day or
July next, lietwceti the hours of ton o'clock
.1., in., ami inch c o'clock in., of said day,
sell ul public side, at the Mititli-weMetlv door
nl the court house, In the ellv ol Cairo. In
said county, Hid iVthimltu; de-crllicd rest
Oftnto situated in thu ellv or Cairo, county
ol Alexander, mid Hutu of Illinois, lo-ttll 1
l.ols iiiiiiibsrcil uliieli'cii. rlfu. iiieiitv elm.
mid tuenly-oue till), In block nuiiihc red
loitr-sieli (I7i: and lot niiiiilin.l tliirlv.
one (.II), Iu block- numbered lorty-nlne l!n,
all In the tlrt addition lo tliflcltvof Cuilo,
TcMlts nf Hitli In lin 11s riilliiivs ; llnn.tlitnl
cash in blind, our.. third In Ihrce months, mid
ililril In six iiifini Iih irotn the dsy or sain
7 V. Vc iiimt 10 fjiie notes, iirnwilur six
!.? . . .,,;r,'., '' d-f-neii ii.
litVin?ilc" MM ' '"'""""IJC'S11 "I'on the
(IKOIIIIK riSIII.II, A .n.
ol Ihc estate ol Allicrt It VVhTi.,..'
deceased. ii-li-SI-dAw ft1'
nine nun, ts.i.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
111' AM. KIN I IS, IIAUII ANI WH'T,
iiii .iv 1 I Conner .'llth Street
Mill and ard,( ni 0,,,0 LeW0
WALL & ENT
.M.inul:icturers and Dealers Iu
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMH15K AM) LATH,
I'OlMiAH.OAK, m i'lttl.S, ASH, Of M
ami corroNWiJui), Ult
imiSKn 1MNK, Abll AND lOl'.
1.AK KI.OOKIN(i, UKII.N( AM)
JBTlllllce at siw mill 011 corner or 'I wen
tyecoinl street mid llhlu l.ene.
II I flKS
'lltST NATioXAh UAMv
It. V. MII.I.KIt, I're.ldonl,
J. M. I'll I I.I.I 1'.-, Vice I're-ldili'.
UIA. (. UNMM1IIA.M, ( a-hlcl.
COI.I.KUTIONS fitOMl'TI.V MADK
Mates sjeuriilcs biiiinfit mid sold.
Interist ulluweil 011 time ik'polt
Tiik city -XA'iTonaTT
V. T. II A I.I.IDA V. IVcldclili
llCNItV I.. IIAI.I.IDAV, Vice l'ulde,l.
. II. s-AITiiltD, a-liler;
WAl.Thlt II V.il.UI', As.Mmu Ca-hler.
SlAAIS TaVI.oU, It. II. CU.S'MNIillAM
II. I.. 11.11. 1.IIHV, V. llAI.I.IIUV.
(I. D. Wiixiam-on, Sti:iuii:n limn,
A. II. Sai'kokh.
i:el11111ge, Coin nnd Unlleil States
llonils ltoui;ht nnd Sold.
DIII'llSITs) rceeled.und a general b:illkin'
till siksh done.
HXTHKIMUSK SAV1NI1S HANK.
cii.vitri:iti;i .maiicii :ii, mutt.
UITY NATIONAL HANK, UAlltO.
oi's iOKiis :
A. II. SAKKOISD, I'lesldeiit;
S h. TAVI.OU, Vlce.rii'.delil;
II. II Vsi.OI", hecretary ami 'I'leu'iner.
I'. M. IIAIICI.AV, 1 HAH. (lAI.Kllll.lt,
I'. M. hlOI KKI.KTII, J'AIII. (I. .''0111)11,
It. II. CI .N.W1N0IIA.M. It. I.. IIAI.I.IIIAV,
.1. M. I'll I I.I.I CS,
l.NTLUO'r p. ild on duposltsat the rale
ol l per cent, per milium, .March 1st and
f-eplciiibcr 1st. Interest not withdrawn Is
added immediately to iho principal ol' the
dcpo.it., theicli) Klilnij tticm compound
MAKUICII WOMKff AND I'llIMUIKN MA V
iir.i'oarr monkv xnd no onk ki.sk
I'AK IiltAW IT.
Open ewry loudness day from !l a. 111, lo tl
p. 111., and statu. day fvcnliii; lor suIiij;s tie
jioslts only, Ironi l to H o'i lock.
W. HVfci.01, Treasurer.
Eo"bt. Wood & Co
I'ouutiilus, VnseK, AnlniulH. Iron Stairs,
Lamp l'osts, Stnhlo l'lttlnn.i,
CAST. WROUGHT & WIRE RAILINGS
NKW and IMHOVl'H'DCUAIlt torihoatrcH,
(Concert and l.ccturu'llallti.
And a fiencral AHSorttnent of Orna
liiuutal Iron Work.
Kntliimte mid iIooIkhh iciiton upplleatlou,
sUtliiu th cIhsh ol worU desired,
1 mm 1
Jobbers and Retailers or
Chemicals, Patent Meilicines, Perfumery, .Soaps, Brushes,
Toiictt Articles, J)niiist's Fancy ( i i'unl., Oillicr White
IiCatl and Ofher (Irades, Paint h, Cnlors, Oils, VarnMies,
Window CJlass, Wax l''ovor Material, Trbe. Colni'M, Dvc
Stutls, Mtc, Klc, I'llc.
Wf Soils-It forrcspoiiili!iice nud oidsi (mm Unuritlsts, l'ti lctnn atni () in ril floras
III want ol Ootids 111 our Line. .Steamboat, I'lmt itlon and Kumlly Meill.inc . hm Iiiiii
l-lied or Itelllled with lirlbible Hrui;s at IteaMiiiHbli- lintcs
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
71 Ohio Limit.
T. J. KERTH,
BEER. WART, OR.TH &. CO.,
OTTO v 3Z3 O,
Hollov Waro &c.
.Manuructlirer and .lobbi r 01
TIN, SIU'.LT IKON nud COITL'ltH Alt II
I'lnnps, Itlrd faw. be ('rem , T
Valr Older-. Wire rb.ili ..r 1
tlow -rci.is,.l:iiniifi Ware
ChiKcring mid Job Work
MADK A SPUt'lAMTY.
Aent lor flic
Garry Iron Roofing Co.,
'I In-!.'M linn ItootlOK 111 tliu M.irKd,
tlrders from Abroad will Iti-teli.-Prompt
Ml work done nltli Di-patch ninl Mi iai
led to Kite .Satisfaction
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
No. 7U Ohio Lovoo, CAIKO, ILLS
JQr.Spoclal atlention (jlven to cohMkii
meiitj 2111I tillliu: order. ll-'2 tl
i:.k 1.1:11 in
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
JMo. UXO Oil 1 o liovoo
WILLIAM I?. SMITH, M. 1).
IIKSIDKKOK No, Ul, Tlilrtccmii at mot
'mtwttii Washluton ttTciiim mid Wulnu
trucl. (llllco liW.coiiiincrolal nvcnuu, up
PAINT ID OIL
RETAIL & ntEtCRIITION.
Viislilm,lou Aie. rnr. LIuhIIi St.
Tr.i In in rstrm i". iniaisui; i.uii
i tin ir .111 ttic -shii - -
I Minn Clirouictcr b r Ki jile the t am
Practical Watoh maker,
And.vl kinds of Watch" oi k d jt
iiMi. ii:i-r 11 v
A Piri stoik uf
WATCIILS. CLOCKS, .ILWLI.LIt,
MMXTACLLS, TOOLS AM)
J I ATI III A I.S,
t iy-Col.' A .'em b.r the C. lc! 1 ,tc, K.,1,
Ziliunei 111:10 atclif..
.So. I.V), W'asinsiiiiis , m k,
KINK M 1 1 JilNRHY 0001)3
i'iii:sn Ni'iuxj iiootiK
M It H . M . JAOK80N,
(Kornierly Mm. Sw.mdf r,)
Announce that Nhu lian just' opened a larK
aasortmciit ol thu
MOST KAHH10NA IIL K,
AND HAN 1)30. M HOT
Mllilnory floods to bn loinid in tlio market
riljo will keep on bund
IiATH, IIONNICTH, KlOWKHB, JtlllllOKh.
l)lE8''lMMINfl 0 Al.b KlNDH,
Laijiih l'pit nmiiNo (looim, Notionb,
ColLaKs, IjNDKIlHI.KKVKe, KurPH,
And nil coodri lounil In nillllnery (tores, nil
ol which will bo disponed ol at tlio lowr.kt
cudi prices, Jim. .luekhon rct.poctnilly
mksa eontluuiitlon of tliu intaonn(!B which
hni been no llbciidly boktiiowcd ujion hor bv
Iho Indies of Cairo anil tho Vicinity.
WOOLOTTS PAIN PAINT
I'utes all klmU ol pains. Porpulu y
FINN AND METZ
job) agents lor Alexander, l'ulaski, Union
tad Mnuc counties, (ll-ii-ll-'Jm