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THXJUHDAYi AUGUST 2
tni mi; And ronmr
H. OUKKtA't EClfar eart l'Pbll&hor
xjumM 6r tub UAinV hullktiu
One week, by carrier ..... 3&
One year by carrier, lnadrne 4 10 00
on. Tr bT carrier U not paid in
i adtkaasn.T.r. .,.r.o li 0
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nnn nu '0 00
T1BMB OT VrMKLT DULLKTIK.
" nn. VnT 00
HlV Mnnthl ........,.....,
Tare Month 60
Invariably In advance.
jMaxUag muster on Trjr pita;.
wrriCTH HESATOIIUIj MSTltlOT.
A. TJcinocratlo Concntlon, for llic pur
pole of nominating two candidates to rep
resent ld District In tlio stato lcgllattiro
will bo held at
itnti im TtitTtunAV. tbi: :iitl IAV OI'
w " KBPTrMnrn. 18T3. AT 3 0'CI.OCK', P.M.
The ratio 'of wrc.cnU.lon will be
ieotij K-roi- caat fur Greeley A Urown
inl87J. The countlc will bo entitled to
1 the following representation :
OouutiM, Vote In '72. Delegates.
Alexander, ' 1",00. li
Union. 1.730. 17
The Central Committees in each ol tlio
nftvB rnllnilri lire rcuncctrullv rcnueetcd to
tall county conversions, and appoint dcle
unlet to rrnrpicnll their counties In laid
convention. Byonlcrof committee.
T. V. Uoutox, Chairman,
aarNcwipapcr throughout tlio Dlstrio
will please publish the above call.
It is currently reported that ex-flov.
Curtin of Pennsylvania, will tako. tbe
Btump for tbo'Democraoy in tbo pend
ing canvass in that State.
Bwtm lata than never" will not
hold iiood in tbo caso of Bccchor's
aworn denial of tbo cbarccs made
Bgwnit him by Tilton. Its late foiftli-
comisg rnakea it worthless. 1
''Mbs. Tilton could never instil tlio
firet elememta of truth Into- Bessie's
mind" "says Susan B. Anthony. If
Mrs. Tilton over tried to inBtil the ele
ments of truth inlo, Beasiefy mind, she
must have believed that precept was far
better than example.
Stjhaw B'. Anthony has unclosed
her lips to deny Bessie's story about
Susan and Tilton. She kopt them un
closod long enough to c&U llosslo "only
a servant" aud "half an idiot." If Su-
rail uau called xtcssio a wnuie iuiui,
nobody would blamo her, under tlio
SnuKER'a legaoy to Ii'ib party,
namely, tbo civil Tights bill, is proving
a most ombarrassing one. Like many
another legacy, it has caused dissen
sion and difficulty among its inheritors,
the Iladtcal family, and sown such dis
cordant seeds that their fruits will not
bo uprooted by tbe present generation.
Notoriety- is sometimes gained iu
one way, sometimes in another. One of
the most peculiar ways of gaining it ,atid
an office perhaps at the same timois that
chosen by A. 8. Brownlow, of Tcnn
csseo, a brothor of Senator Brownlow.
Tho office seeking Brownlow does not
ask for tho position bocauso of 1ub
' merits but hit misfortunes, among which
he enumerates bis age, and the fact
that be is "broke down," bis numerous
children, a second wife who is weakly,
etc., etc. His opponent Jarvis, is re-
' presented as a Jgrecdy wretch wh6
owns property, teaches sobool and is so
felicitously situated that he is ablo to
hire an assistant to help him in his
arduous duties. Brownlow therefore
appeals to tho public to turn Jarvis,the
"preterit incumbent of tbo, offico Brown
low wants, out; and put Brownlow in.
Tu Fjnancial Becord of Friday,
the 21st inst, says of tho two wings of
the Illinois democracy :
'The latest intelligence of tbo 111
ipob democratic situation is contradic
tory, and no trustworthy basis is given
for forming an opinion as to the pro
epecU of tbe two conventions. Tbcro
is certainly a real split in the party (
and tbo division is near enough to the
center to mako thi rivalry between the
c- -two'faotioni .vory interesting. A ma
fe - jority-of tho papers wo hae seen favor
the independent hard-money conven-'tWo"-but
there uto flomo notablo excop-
' Xl&'w' - n ccrla'n Becllons of tho Stato
Ivis'Tep'rcserited that very few Demo
tm it 7 cratsi give their couutonance f.o, ;th(J
newest departure: elsowbcro imblln
-ip'fntotfis Btr'ong'for'the consolidation
Wjjtf???" P"ty, having
distinct and boneit principles. At tbo
jasVit rnayoe' said, with conGdonco,
JlliJbfcttbvro, are fewor no supporters ol
tbe Bourbon wing of tho Illinois demo
irM 1 craoi."' 1 tit. .
An Augutta, (Ga.) correspodncnt of
H oiru (be Luuuville Courier-Journal gtvOs a
graphic picture of the unhappy condi
';iu'ii8.bfOFil;a?.8onth Carolina. He
rigards tbe war of races as actually
begun in that Stato, and ray that tho
whilo pcoplo havonl lokt ilotorminod
to turn npoiMlic' negro nnd his whito
i , J;.t.i.'jiTi j 5m... : It..!.
loaacre, mui YXiUiieiu rinen iuuh
bands',' 't'St arra1fnud'aniuniUoa nro
pouring into tlio state froiiwill aides nnd
"hiofo JsTTo "iloubl tiiat Moses and his
organized brigands havo bad tboir day
in tbo ptoslrato blalc, . and that
boreaftcr tbo lucto tboy filcb from
tbo pockets of its tax payers will fiist
bo baptized in blood before utijojeu by
It Into bojhopod tbattbo Cour.or
Journal correspondent ban drawn some
.what upon bis iruaginationifor, h'n anti
cipatory pictures ol wbat is to happon
in South Carolina, They ro too fear
lul to contemplate. &nco tbo itnme.
diate difficultiog iu tlio Blato nro caused
by the quarrels ol tbo rival factious ol
Radicalism, botb intent on tbo spoils
of office, tbo result may bo tiiat nor
long suffering people will bo enabled
"to put down Moses and bis set with tbo
ballot instead ol tlio uuuci.
OHEBNBA0K8 AND UOUNTUU
"War llorso Biehardson, tion.Siuglc-
ton; and tboir political confreres arc
just now engaged in tbo not very ouor
ou tank of making unthinking p.ooplo
Loliovo (hat paper money i u un
mixed good and that the greenback,
tbo currency of tbo best government
under tbe sun. is par excellence, tbe
best curroncy undor tho sun.
But the greenbacks, notwithstanding
tbo opinion of theso soft-money Dem
ocrats, is not a perfect curroncy. Tbo
experiences of tbo last decade shows
that, auiom; its other drawbacks, it
cauibo and is, countcrfi'ltcd largoly
Those counterfoils aro no well executed
tbat'nouu but experienced government
detectives can discover them. So
it "often happens, no doubt, that when
Oen. Singleton carries in hit pocket
book wbat ho fondly imagines is the
real siuion puro greenback, issued from
tho government press at Washington
aud signed in tbo uninistakablo chiro
graph- of Spinucr himsolf, it is only
a hit of grecij pnpor which has never
... it. Jr .1. . rr .1 .i
ment, but is tho product, engraving
lcttcringglatbo-work, signaturo and nil,
of somo export counterfeiter who docs
his work in cellar or garrot, bid from
the oyes of men and day.
Tho frequent issuo'of greenbacks, es
pecially ol tlio fractional currency, is
made necessary by the promptness with
which each new issuo is counterfeited.
As soon as it is fairly in circulation,
the imitation makes its appearance and
passes current with tho people as gon
uino money. Tbo majority of person
neither know nor caro whotlior the cur
rency which passes through their
hands daily is good or had inonoy. It
answers alltbo purposes of a medium
of exchange nnd its genuineness is n
matter of no moment. As much nn
thirty dollars a day is often thrown out
of tbo sub-treasury at New York nnd
tho sum rejected is ncvor less than ten
dollars per diem. From Ibis, somo
idea of tho immenau quantity of bad
money iu circulation in tho country
may he gained. "Much of it, of course,
is totally destroyed in tho hands of tho
people, and ncvor returned to the trcas-.
ury department as ''mutilated currency"
and honco uovcr discovered.
HE GOES TO THE WHITE HOUSE
FOR A FROLIC.
Cor. Loulftvlllo Courier-Journal
lllMOXLYK, Aug. 19. To-night llonry
WrrJ lloocbor led Brooklyn for his frolic
amoug the whito mountains. Only good
withes go with tho old man. for no one
will envy the Plymouth pastor the recre
ation tbut be can 11 nd anywhere. You
rcmembur that the lml time he addressed
hit congregation bo laid be bad a premon
ition' that ho ahould never ipeak to them
in riymoum c tui re n again, rue predic
tion has benn already verified, llonry
Ward Ueoober, aj tho world know him
then, has ceased tu exist, Hire in Brook
Till JICIUIIKIC HI.NTlMKNT
Is strongoit, oight men out of ten firmly
believe tbal Mr. Beocbor Is guilty. His
hat indeod boun a "ruinous dofenio." His
OTer;entbusiitlc frlondi have crowded
him from one position Into another until
bo bai antagonized tho boil frlond li over
had Id this unhappy situation. Thomas
Kiniotla, of the Brooklyn Kaglo, hoard
from Mr,,Beochor's own lips a coufunlon
VIIBGIUCAT J-aKACIIEB's 0U1LT.
This was about tbreo year ngo. Mr.
KloseUa board tho confession, but follow
ing the admission camo such a ploa for
mercy aa only Henry Ward Uoschor
.could make. The l'ly mouth pulplteowcnt
down on his kneus boforo the editor of tlio
Esgle, and boforo that interview termi
nate! Klnsolla gavo tbo proacber his
fiUdgo'tbat tho Kaglq should nevur lend
tselt to any movement calculated to in
jure tbo atundlog of Henry Ward
Boechor, Mr, Kinsella
tolio suro, hut tboy woro In relation to re
ligion, and aro not matters for publio
comment at this timo, Subsequently, .Mr
KlnseUa wai Informed that Frank Moul
ton wailba truce-keeper betweon the two
mon, and at "Tom" U a imart man as well
as an able guraallit, he very soon mado
capital with Moulton by Informing tbo
latter that he know all nbout it, Timo
passed on. JClniolls, as well as Moulton.
guardod the secret sacredly. Finally. The
Golden Ago was started. Moulton sub
scribed liberally, and a number of
tools from five to lllty sbaros of tbo cap
ital Hock. While the Hit whs still Incom
plele,,Mr Kinsella met Mr Moultrn, and
o tbe course of the ronver,tlon KIniolla
said to tbe "muluM frleed:"
"It li only fair that Mr Beecber should
lond a helping band in this enterprise.
lie is abundantly ablo, and you know ho
li vitally latorottod In luitalnint; Theo
dore." The suggestion that Hooch or should
contribute live thousand dollari to aid Til
ton's nowspaper was flrtby Thomas Kin
silla, editor of Air JJoochor'n llrooklyn
We too tho ptpon that are inaklug n
"ruinous defonto'' for tho old mn tcom.
log with abuio ot Carpentor. Mr Mooch,
or puints blm ai n good-natured dummy
a cal's-pav. Tbo inloollon it to throw
discredit on Carpentor' oTltlonoe: for
whou Frank Carpontor poak this .a a
portion of tho atory ho will loll:
Ono Sunday ovoniiij? In June. 1873, 1
went to hear Air Uoochor pruacb. Iwi
shortly aftor bo had lent for me to con
front ilowon and rnpeat to his faco tbo
itorlei JJowon ratallud to mo. Aftor tbo
torvlce, a numbor of tbo congregation ga
thered around air uoocner nnu i joinoa
tho croup. Aa aoon nt he c.tmti and took
my hand, and drawing mo aildeanxlontly.
"Have you hoard froni Thoodoro?"
"No," 1 replied.
"Ho li vory muoh inllamod," continued
Mr Ueeehcr, ' and I foar ho will publlah
"Why do you think io7" I aikcd.
"Well, Anna Dlcklnior. has boon talking
with him. She bai heard lomtthlog
about tho cair, and iho tolls him that 11 he
has a sparR ot manhood
UK WILL DIKKNIl lUMSBLV.
Theoduro la eroatlv wrousht up, and I
uodorsland bo intonds to print tho
1 lookod Mr. lloeohor full In tho face
whon I BikeJ hlrn, "What thou, auppoae
ho doea putillin It
Mr. Uoecbor rcpllod: "My destruc-
Uon, nnd Theodoro'a too for no eevjr
can rise on my ruin."
Thills a part of rranlc uarponiors
torr. Oarnontor la nol a uriuiani man
In tbo seme that Beocbor and Tilton are
eminent, but he Is an boneit, truthful man,
whoio friendship Is lasting ana wuoio
credibility as a wltnois no man can Im-
air. 1IU0U Will lOUOW diuuuuu .o.u-
latlon next weok by ft statoment which
STRONOKH AKD MOllt C0SV1NC1KO
Urn ilncumont containing tho onclr.al
chnrL'os. I know that Tilton hai mado
mmn Hr.rious rawaKos iu uia rauuuu m
this cnio. but ho has been throwd In pro-
nrvlni' hia nolumbiadi for '.ho tlnal nro
Ho will print somo leuera wniuni uy
Mm. Tilton to bor motbor (Mm. Morsel,
In whlob the confoatos her cullt. Ho will
nrlnt inmo letlars wrltton br Mrs. Morso
tohlni, in which bli mothor-ln-law abjures
him to proiorvo tho policy of sllonce in
regard to her daughtor'a wrong bor
"ncrnd sorrow" as she calls It.
And in tho moan tlmn Henry Ward
Heecbor will "frolic" (I borrow tbe word
from h ml amone no vnue moumins
God pUyllonry Ward Boccher I
Governor Moses' Trunk
Onco a Roguo, Always
Rogue, a Proof that Bad
Blood Will Tell.
A curious story, says the Petersburg
Index, has come to our knowledge in
connection with the individual who is
now i?ovorior of boutn uaroiina uy
the craco of Inderal mlluenco anil son
cgambtan suffrages. Jlr. F. Moses, Jr,
was married in tho year 185'J, or just
before tho war, and whilo en route to
tho .North on his bridal tour, bad oo
caslou to pass through this city. At
that time Judge Joyes was prcsidont of
tho Petersburg railroad company, and
Mnjor T. If. Bond was nuditor. Well
it scorns that Moses on his way back
hniiin. lost one of tho trunks that con-'
Stituted part of his wedding parapher-
nulia j or ratucr ol xno ouiut oi iu
bride, for it appeared that tho contonts
of tho missing receptacle consisted
mainly of Mrs. Moses' npparcl. Great
and continued fuss was made on the
subject, aud oue would have thought
from tho auxioty of Moses to got tho
trunk back that it contained cither
bank notes of largo denominations
or lovo letters, or something else of
raro nnd exceptional value. Ilowovcr,
though overy effort was mado to re
covor the lost property, tho trunk still
continued to turn up missing notwith
standing all iuquiries nnd all searches
aftor it. Finally Moses rendered a
statement of its contcutB ns remem
bered, and with it a claim for compen
sation in tho amount of 3550. Thy
ostimate was regarded as cxcessive,but,
to avoid any appearance of inflicting
injury on a pansongor for which redress
was donicd him, the bill was approved
by tho president, and duly paid by the
treasurer of tho company.
Not long aftor, iu tho quietest way
in tho world, the trunk turned up, aud
was fouud to havo suffered no damage
whatever in the course of its long
waudcrings. !Mr. Moses was commun
icated with aud given to understand
that ho could now return the money
nud got bis trunk back, with its con
tents uninjured and intact. Mr. Moses
replied that sinco ho had received tbo
money aud duplicated as far as desira
ble tho artiolcs lost ho rathor)concluded
that ho would not return tho money,
nnd that tho company was wolnomo to
keep tbo trunk. Tho company kept
tho truuk nnd opened it.
Tho contests wcro found to be laces,
ribbons and tho nameless and number
Icsu littlo ornaments of a woman's
wardrobo, for which 8550 was regarded
as a very exorbitant estimate. So tho
company determined not to sell tho
articles, as thoy evidently would not
fetch one-fourth of tho sum given in
penalty for them, and Mr. Moses was
again informed that the trunk was on
hand, and that the company hoped he
would reliovo them of a pioco of pro
pony worthless to everybody oxcopt bis
Tho offer thus was left open, and iu
tho meantimo the war began. When
tbo market value of laces, ribbons and
other females doings and decorations of
that kind had gone up about fourfold,
and tbo value of paper money had gone
down on nbout tho samo proportion,
Mr. Moses appears on tho scono again,
clofes with tho offer of tho company,
regains his trunk with its pretty freight
and pays baok tho 8550 in Confede
It was n" sharp triok and gavo ovi
donco nt that early day oi tho talents
for dishonesty which were to mako tho
namo of Moses tho synonym of infamy
tho whole countiy averi " This is our
truo tale, and was givou us by a gon
tlemuu who know the facts as reported.
Tim ilfllivt fin.l full particulars could
i.. r,ntiiil. hut it sufliccs to,
U44 v u a.ua
nnrrato tho simple story and to afford
particulars if its truth is doubted.
a nmiANMHTN HIGH LIFE
(From tbe Qallaxy tor Scntsmber.W
At tbo caminK tablo tho Duke of
Bichmond incurred a debt of honor to
Lord Cadogan, which howastinablo to
cay, aud it was agreed that his. sftrt. a
lad of fifteen, who boro tho title of Larl
of March.should marry mo ami youugur
daughter of Lord Cadogan. Tho boy
was sent for from t-chool and tho girlj
from tho nurscrv. a clergyman waa-i
attendance, aud the children wera-teM
that they were to be marncuun iu uu
Tho piil had nothinc to say ; tbo boy
cried out, " They surely aro uoi gainK
to marry mo to that uouuy i ui
ncd thoy were. A post chaise was at
tho door ; tho bridegroom was packed
off with his tutor to make tbo grand
tMir ntwl llin lirillO W3S SCIlt UaClk tO
imr inndirr. Lord Maroh remained
abroad for several years, after which he
rntiirtitil tn London a well educated,
li!iiiilinm vnuni? man. but in no basto
to meet his wife, whom ho bad never
seen oxcopt upon tho occasion of their
haslv marriuuo. So he tarried in Lon
don In ninmn himself. Ono night at
tho opera h'B attont'on was attracted to
n lionntilul vouni lauv in iu uuj-u.
Who is that ? ' ho naked ol a gonilo
-f l.f... ilVflii ........ i.n
111UU DCS1U0 111UJ. uiuni. hi
trougor xu London, was mo ropiy,
not to know tbi toast of tbo town, tbo
beautiful Lady March". The Earl wout
straight to tho box, announccu nunseii,
and claimed his bride. iuo two ieu
in lovo with each other on tho spot,
and lived long and happily together ;
and when tho husband died sho also
died of n broken heart within a few
(l.oulslllc Courier-.! aurnal.)
The unwisdom of the Democratic
party managers displays itself in ncga-
Hvo rather tnau in positive lorms. uui-
sido of Illinois, which is enlightened,
bv tho Chicago press, we see no effort
to establish an opposition upon a basis
broad onouiili to nccomtuodaie liioerci
ltcpublicans ani Disaffected Radical.
Tho election of Eaton in Connecticut
was, despito what was currently said of
it. n matter of course : ho is a man of
Btrontr character, and a strict States'
rights doctriuaire. New England will
havo need of States' riehta presently :
and tho time is not far distant when
Eaton will bo nonular in Massachusetts
Tho Domocratio opposition to Schurx
in Missouri, however, is significantly
short sighted. io party can nope
to lift itself out of tbo mud, in which
tho Democratic party has stuck for so
many years, by adhering blindly to the
old ruts. Thero must be some origin
nlitv. somo departures, some concession
In tho interest of accession : and these
elements of success wo nowhere ucc.cx
coot, as wo said, in Illinois, The
Democratic party shows itsolf as parti
san as the lladical party ; and both
seem to bo unmindful of the impending
danger of tho one man power. Iu any
evont that may como about, Graut Is a
pollilool danger. Ho may bo a danger
to tho Badlo.lg or Im he a daugcr
to tho Democrats ; for no ono can tell
whoro he will fall, lfo is certainly a
danger to tho republic, occupying to
day about Bio relation to parties which
ho occupied before ho became a candi
date for President, when he had his
pick and chose the one which scorned
KAX UTaTX AUKXOV.
J. Q. HARMAN Si CO.
Real Bsta tb
And lmd Agents ol the Illinois Central and
Burlington uud Mliouurl It. H. Cos.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Loveo,
C. WINSTON & CO.
Real Estate Agents,
'71 Onto Levek, (Second Floor,)
Buy and Sell lth'AI, ESTATE, I'ay TAXl
Kurulahcs Alj.trucU of Title.
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Levee, over Matbus k Uhl'fi.
aoSfA'oHc lut firtl'Cfou Companiet
SalTonl, Morris & Candeo,
73 Ohio Loveo, City National Bank
'Building, Cairo, Ills.
T ie oldeat established Aifency In South u
Illinois. represontluK over
lhHAil SMITH. IM. p.
HESIDKKOK-No. 31, Thirteenth street
jetwecn Washlnaton avenue and Walau
llreet OlUco jaoiconnnerelal avenue, np
It. W. MILLER, Prcildont,
J. M. rillLliirS, Vice rrrildcnt,
CHAS. CUNNINGHAM, Caidiler.
aTl'tt V W1fHtnWc IIT)fll UT I . V XI A IlK.
EXi:iiAN(iK.ioini Lanwuoiusi in unucu
Stutca teeurltltl boiiifbt uud told, f S 1
Interest allowed on timo deposlli.
THE, OITYi NATIONAL
oaibo, Illinois: m
W. I. II A 1.1. 11) AY. l'rHldetit:
1IKNUY L. 11ALL1DAY, Vice l'tvaldot.
A. II. S.VKKOUI), Cashier:
WALTXK HYSLOr, An-IMant Cahhlir.
HTA1TH TiYI.Oll, It. II. CUNNINODAM
n. li. HALLWAY, . 1'. llALI.IDAV.
U. 1). WlLLIAMtON, KTKMIKM lllllp,
A. II. 3AXI0KD.
ExclmnKc, Coin and United'. States
bobos iiougHi ana noiu.
UKl'OSlTrf rectivcdand a general banking
ENTERPRI8K . SAVINUS. 'BANK
CHAHTEKK1I MAHCil fll, lHull.
OITY NATIONAL BANK, OA1R0.
A. 11. HAKKOHI). l'rc-ldint ;
H. S. TAYI.Olt. Ylce-l'resldent I
11. HYSLOl', Secretary and Trc:iurer
, M. HlllCLAY, ClIAS. QALTOIirn,
. -M. tiTUUKVLKTH, l'Altl. . HCIIUH,
, II. Ct'N.SINnilAM, H. L. Hali.iday,
J. M. 1'HlLLirS. . t
INTKItliiT paid on depoIU at the rate
ol six per cent. icr annum, March IxUand
Septeuihvr let. Interior not withdrawn la
added Immediately to tbe principal. of the
deposit, thereby giving them compound
UABBlkD WOWXN AWO CUILPnKK UlY
UkFOIlT UONXY jtKIl WO OX 'XLSK
CAM DRAW IT.
Open every bni!nei.s day from fl a. in. to 3
p.m., and batu.day cvenlnga lor navln-a do
pwitaonla, Iron 6 to 8 o'clock., -
R. SMYTH & CO.
No'. GO Ohio Loveo,
. R. JONES
Boot fc Shoe
ietweeo Tenth and Kleventb Street",
Is prepared to nil orders without delay.
Ue has a tine itoek of Imported lcutlu r on
hand. Just received from NcKivork, and bar
put down the prices to tye lowest notch.
(Suooessor tu Parkor & Blake,)
PAINTS & OILS
And tho celebrated Illuminating
Urost' Uulldlnc, 11th St. & Oomerclal Av.
AT WU.OOX'8 UI.OCU FOU $1.00
Chomicals, Patent rcdicinos,
Toilctt Ai'tioloa, , JJrupist's l'ancy Uooda, Collier Wlntu
jcatl ami Other G ratios, Paints,' Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax I'iowor AFalorial, Tt bo Colors, Dyo
Stutls, Etc., Jitc, .I'llc.
In want of lloodi In our l.lnn. Hti-ainboat.
Ithcd or jseiiucn Willi iecii:iiiio uruKt ni lica
Wl!OW:SAIjB & uetau
1 Ohio I.cvrc WiimIiIuk'Ioii
cu'aneous eruptions on
the faco or
AX IMPntE CONDITION
and tliii may, or may not ho M'liopui.A; but
in either i.tiii tlio ll-i-an' U iioDiIiik more
tlun in i InmiiIoI'S I'oi.-on that
itritNS i.i hi: a 'ii:i!i:iiu,i: rim:,
aattcmiw Ihrmiih thr fltir, rfiwlnif seedi
'ol doalh w fill cT7ftl.finilj.it Ion.
Iu 'hit oondlllou ol tliin'4 oniethln In
nccileil nt once to c!imiit the li'ooii uud
SC0V1LIAS BLOOl)' AND
will poilllvf ly rlli'ct llil I i-.tt tim. ex
pilling cMry tmce if illijir Inmi llic lldo
ami nytUln, nnd leatlng the bKIii
SOFT, 1'AIK AND DKAUTiliUJi.
HunJrcih of ccrltllcati'" alti-t It- 'aluo
1'l lrc yl pi-r boltle.
JOHN V. IIENllV, CUJtHAiN'JfcCU,
8 and 0 College Vhcc, Now York.
ALSO PROPlllETORS OK
Hall's llabain lor tho l.un, Carbolic Mai v
Kddx'a Carl. ollc Troctic, Onj gen-
aiuu inner inr iy-nrptia.
Hr. Itoger's Wf,'etalilo Worm
Syrup, Dr. Jlrnnett.s Sure Death to
ItatD, Mice, and Vermin, Kun'ilu lluli llyc,
i:te., Ktc, Ktc.
FOR SALE BY ALIj DRUGGISTS,
no at M'onr.n
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
COMMISSION MERCHANT .
And Ocaler tn
So. 7(1 Ohio I.iitco,
OTopeclal atloiilion flveu to rrmMi
racnts aou lining orders. ) 1.
Groceries, Provisions, Etc' s'
Wo. XX O Olxio
. CAIRO ILL
THE PARKE? GUM.
SEHD STAMP FOR CIIICULAIt
A MAN inlciiillui; in Un ltilslueca mutt li' Hi
i-tpiiro hlmell to meet tho leiiulrcmcnm
of Ills eiutomorst noxt ho must lut ovory
p iihllili! or protiiililu uiiHloimir Know Unit ho
i kii prepared. In n very Mii.ill plucu he
may TKl.l. "U tho people what ho run do. In
a luruu vllhiKU n printed liniidtilll, poitlrr oi
circular, properly dlitilliutuil, vill ho clllcv
clous, hut wiioiivnit lii in , pi.ior. lauuic
KXOUIlllTO HUl'l'OUT A Nr.lVRl'AI'KIt WILL
yiNn that it iii 'riiK iihai'isbt jiiiuiium
TUIIOTUII WHICH 'III AIHilll.KSTIIK l'UIIUO
BLOOD i if S
0 AND OIL
JVrfumory, Soaps, JiriiHhos,
rinnlttl'm nml Kainlly Medicine canes turn-
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I'ouiiraliiH, Vnsos, AnlmnlH. Iron Stairs
I.uiupiL'oslM, Stnhlo Fittings, i
3AST. WU0UGHT.'& WIRE RAILING!
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General Assortment of Orna
. mental Iron "Work.
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