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Politic for 18T4,
HON. KDWA11D Mcl'llEUSON,
dtrk Twue y Jlrprctentatim U. S.
hit ACCUBATnnd lMVAimAL volume
lva the jFULLUKConw on tbo "Increase of
Salary Act" and its repeal, on Transporta-
f. Vm.ii lltrrhl. unit Financial Questions.
"wSudrngthe ct ol 180i crentlog "Legs
tMdri' and coin Interest ot ltondi, nnd
Uit various Expanding and Contracting nets
IT ti.iHniit rtuivi'id MitftflAtrfn aim
Memorandum, Interview. Letters, Pro
clamations, and Action In Alabama, Arkau
in, l,oullana and Texas. Supreme Court
Decisions. IUluoli and Wisconsin Railroad
Law, Conititutlonal Amendment", made
and pending, la States, nnd Nation. "Back
pay " Statistics. Tabid ol Appropriations,
Debt Election, Currency Distribution by
State and section, Ac. Invaluable for
campaign. Cloth, rs.bO, post-paid.
Address GEO. FH8. DAWSO-V
1. O. Box 414, Wellington, 1.C.
HEW LUMBER YARD.
COR. SETCSTCRlVm 8T. AW COK
irk. ..M,1ArktnAi1 limine established
now lumber yardlu connootlon with their
sawmill, are prepared to furnlili nil kiudi of
tmliutng material, sueu
PINE, CYPRESS, POPLaR
And Ash HoonM, Sldlnc. Crlnv
Muierlll'fthloU will bo furnished on short
notice In largo or small quantities.
A larca stock of clieap lumber on band nt
cur mllC which will bo sold at 8 to 10 per
thousand In carload lots. Also lath and
lUlnglca furnUbcd In nny quantity.
CHAB. LANCA8TKH & CO.
Cairo, HI., Augustl, 1874. B-2-8m
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
. . ..
ALL KINDS, IIAUD AND BOrT,
Keep constantly on baud
Connor 31tU Strcot
MilUnd Yuri, tnd ohio Leveo,
WALL & ENT,
JManufacturcrs and Dealers In"
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER km LATH.
POPIiAB.OAK., OYPKUS, ASII, GUM
AKD COTTONWOUD, SUH
DBK98KD PINK, AbU AND POP
LAB FLOORING, OEIIVNG AND
arOfllco at law mill on corner of Ttw
ry-econu cireei anu uuio i,evec.
KXAZ. HTATI AOUOT.
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
IREjftJL, ESTA TE
And Land Agent of the Illlnoln Central and
, llurllogton und MfsHourl It. 11. Cos.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lcvco,
C. WINSTON & CO.
Real Estate Agents,
74 Ohio Lkvek, (Second Floor,)
Uuy and Bell ItKAL ESTATE, Pny TAXES
Furnishes AbbtreU of Title.
II OAT NTOKKS
G,-D. WILLIAMSON, "
And Dealer In
No. 70 Ohio Leyee, CAIRO, ILLS
tarSpeclal attention given
nest and nlllnx ordon.
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
llO Oliio Xjovoo
BtATK Of ILLINOIS, I
Alexander County, J "
In the Circuit court of Alexander eouutr.
September Term, 1874. -uuw
Tlio Uowe Machine Company"
John U. Lowe and Amelia M. Lowe, bis
wife; WlUam Martin; William ft. Lane ;
Cleopatra llrowu und Ellphley UroVTO ber
Bill In Chancery to Foreclose Mortgage
. ind lor Kellel.
Jfotlce It hereby Riven of the pendency
" r too above entitled Milt and that the time
sad place of the return of summon In the
cam l the first day ot the next term of said
court to be uolden at tho court bouse in the
elty of Cairo, In said county, on the llrst
Monday of'Septombcr, len.
ItXUlIKX 8. YOCL'M,
GBKKJ4 A GlLDXltf, Clurk of said Court.
bollcltors for Complainant.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Somebody to tike from us n thousand lull
heads, -rood paper nnd llncly printed, lor
to 4 00.
, Ono thousand statement' printed at TitK
EULLKTIN Olllcc (or &3.W to 1.00.
One thousand note Iioaith printed nt TUB
Hulletim olllcc for 1.00 ; two theuaand tor
Ono tbouiand IiiuIiipm cards, fine llrlstol
board, printed at The Hui.lktin office lor
from via) to yu.w, accorninc i use.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1874.
Osk thomand Chinoio paraiole n
llartman'i, only twontyflvo cents each
A SnaoiesTiox. Tho eubjoct of the
DU& band concert and thn "poplih 1e
turo" hal boon worn throiid.bare, nnd wo
luggoit, in mercy to our readors, that our
corroipondcnta drop tbo matter.
Kolleu. Max Itollor writes us undir
date of Sparta, Illinois, Aueint 2flth, that
). ,.llt ), In OIro nbout the Inat of J
ml woak." No doubt Jinx' Iroacll Jiore
will icceivo blm with open arms.
Coxonnv Tlio Delta band bold forth
at tbo up-town stand last night. There
was a lnrgo attendance, and tho boys did
tbelr best. Of course thoy mado good
For Rent. Tho undersigned bus tbrco
first-class residonens, two on Cross and
one on Elovonth itroot, fur ront. Excel
lent ciltorns. outOiousos, snd nil other
conrenlenccs. dust put Into fino ordor.
Enqulro of G. W. McKk.HO, 1. M.
Foit Rent. Tbo now brick business
houio lately occupiod by Capt. Kelly, on
Commercial nvenuo betwoon Tenth nnd
Elovonth slroott, Cairo. A largo lcato
given II roquirod. Eoquiro of il. AVatson
Wobb, corner Elovonth ttroot Bnd Com
mercial avonue. H7.8-2G.10t
To Con tilactoih. Proposals will be
received by tho undorsigood until Thurs
day, Aug. i!7tb, for building n framo ware
house on corner of Twonty-socond strcot
and Ohio Lovoo. Plan! nnd ipeclfleatlens
may bo aeon nt our office
70-a-23-Jlt TiiifcTLXWOoi) iV: Co.
Ok account or falling health, Mra.O.
McGoo is coinpollcd to glvo up businoai
for a aoaaon in order to visit tho springs.
To do this it Is necersary that aho should
collect all small, outstanding accounts,
and she earnostly requests all ladles who
know themselves to bo Indebted to her to
van nuu Ulfcll) us euuu ns iiubbiuio nuu
.U I ...41 ... .11 t .1
I Without furtbor notice. 03.8-18-Ct
l'KKsowAL. Capt. W. 1'. Haliiday
went to St. Johns yesterday.
AT. i Gllbort,Esq,, after an absonco of
about throo wcoks roturned to tho city yos
terday. During hla nbionco Mr. Gilbert
vliitod sovcral placos In Missouri, but
ipont the greater part of his tlmo in and
about Alton. Mri.Gilbert Is still abinnl
but will return in a fuw days.
Oone to EvAHtiviLLE. Mr. 0. P. Par
ion,oftholatollrm ofPnrson, Davis & Co.
wbolosslo dealers in china and earthen
waro, has loft Cairo and gono to Evans.
vllle, wbero ho has secured a position aa
teachor in tho public echoola. Mr. Par
son was tho teacher In tho EvanaviUo
schools boforo bo carao to Cairo.
Avtkr Taxks. Sheriff lrvin Is now
on a tax collecting taur through the coun
try precincts of tbo county, and will bo
absent until to-morrow. Tax-pay ora have
not como up to the scratch very promptly
and tho consequence is that a
great amount is yet outstanding, and it is
foarodthatit will not be poniblo to col
lect it this year.
To Bk Makiukd. Two marrlngos will
tako placo to-day. Mr. Charles M. Uowo
and Miss Eugonit) "Wood will bo married
Rrctor Gilbert, nt the Church of tho He-
dvemor, this afternoon ; and Mr. John
Gates und Miss Laura Ifiinsackor, daugh
ter of Mr. N. Iluniackar of Gooso Island.
precinct will bo,rriarricd at tho rcildonuo
ofho brides iatbor, but,by whom nnd at
wha! hour'Wo do not know.
DaVoahuinq Mra. Stownrt wishes
(9 inform tho public that she bns openod
a boarding house for tho Accommodation
of day boarders, in tho brick residonco on
the corner of Twoltth and Poplar streets.
, 43. . .- V- ... . t I
i mu., uvijnim ii Miovrn .airu Tiuopio aa
I an old baud at tho business ot providing
acceptable faro for boarders, and with a
determination to koop up ber well-oarnod
reputation, solicits a share of public pat
Too Many tor one Man. A gentleman
who was very anxious to And out all about
"the scandal' mentioned In tho papers u
day or two sinco, in ordor to glvo It to u
St. Louis paper, etarted out to "work up
the case," and in so doing beard so many
scandal that bo bocarao confuted, got
thorn all mixed mid muddled, nnd finally
garo up In dliguit, declaring that bo
ould not toll what particular scandal ho
wai working on.
Ciqaii Stand ion Sale. Wishing to
move on to n ftirm, I will sell my clear
and tobacco stand, with all tbo stock,
furnituro and fixtures conoocted with it,
on Eighth (truot between .Commercial
avenuo and Ohio lovoe at bargain.
Tbo business Is well ostabliibad with a
good run of custom, and thoro la no bet
ter stand in C(r. My only object In
selling is to change my business from tho
city to the country.
8J-C.J5.0t .loHN C. EfiKKNIIEIlU.
Gone. Uur enterprising dry goods
merchant. Mr. .1. llurgor, started yester
day on his way to New York and other
markets to lay in his supply of goodi for
the fall nnd winter trado, Ho expects to
remain In the Eait about air weeks, In
order to watch the market and mako hli
tolecllona, buying at tbo most advantago
out figures, In order to glvo hta army of
steady cuatomers bore, all tbo advantage!
that may bo connected with bU own know
ledgo of tbo business and hli ability to not
only buy at good bargain!, but to mako
luch selections ai are moit lultod to the
wauli of tho pcoplo who deal with him.
Tint Camp SI r.r.TiKH. Tho MothodlKt
mn mndtlni' nt Jonesboro com-
monced on Tuctday, and from por
ion! who came down there
yeiterday we loarn that overy thing li
movlnc alone nlcoly. It ihould not bo
fjreotten that tho llllloU Central rail
railroad company will lell ttckoli from
Clro to Jonoiboro, from now until tho
31st Init., for ono and ono-flfth faro. It
hnntil alio .bo borno In mind that no
ipeclal train will bo run on Sunday
theroioro porion! doilrlng to attond on
Sunday will havo to go up on tho Hatur
day ovonlng train
In TnouiiLK. Somo time ago a gentle
man, a rbtatl grocery dealer, mlnod
pocket book containing olovon dollars in
money, and a nolo for a imall amount on
min In Mound Cltv. At lint It wai im
noealblo to toll who bad taken It; but
day or two ngo, through a moro accident,
n wft, found that n young man of tho
oliif. who hit alnrajra horotoforo born a
good reputation for honeaty, bad pocketed
It. When confronted with tho tholt be
acknowledged ho had taken tho pocket-
bok, and beg$ed that II nothing was said
about It ho would repay tho money. Hut
so far ho has fallod to do so and It Is
likely tbnt ho will be arrestod.
Mahx has oone to New York and
other eastorn cities, topurchasotho lrgsl
and finest Block of clothing and genta fur
nisblng goods over brought into tho Mis
sissippi vnlloy. Ho will i-onaumo irom
four to six wcoks tlmo in making his eo
loclions, and threatens to eclipse anything
ever dono In Cairo, in sizo ol stock, qual
ity of goods, and tho bargains that bo will
labor to socuro for bis customers, wboso
nntno la loision nnd bo will do it. Ho
nevor falli in anything ho undertakes
So wo may look out for an Immense stock
of fall and winlor goods, to bo told at
cloio figures, and wo will wait to buy our
several aults until Marx returns. "Go
thou nnd do likewise."
The German-American School. Tbo
next seaalon of tho Gormnn-Amerlcan
acbool, Prot. Henry Appel, principal
and Miss Clotilda Yocum, asssistant,
ill open on next Tuesday, Soptomber
1st. Tbo school will bo conducted in tho
samo manner as last session, l'rol. Ap
pel will havo charge of the German
branch of the school, and Miss Yocuin
the English department.
Pupils will be instructed in tbo follow
History of the United Statos ;
Natural Philosophy ; nnd Nuedlowork
together with all the other branches usu
ally taught in our schools.
For further particulars parents aro re
quested to Inqulro of
1'UjV. Henry Appel, Principal.
August 'J9, 1874. Ot
Expensive Criminalm. Dalzy Ureose'
trlnl cost Alexander county In the neigh
borhood of two thousand dollars. This
sum added to what It will cost to try
DUtz, Gupton, Parks and IJlack, all of
whom have taken their cases out of tli
Alexander county circuit court by change
of vonue, will swell tho bill to not less
than live thouaand dollars, to any nothing
of tbo exponsos ol the fifty potty crimin
als trlod in tho county within tho year,
It is safo to say that the expcndl'
turos on account of criminals will for
this year amount to not less than
olght thousand dollars or ono-half
of ull tbo county taxes collected,
Whon it is taken into account that not
moro than ono out of ten of all the
criminals tried in our courta are residents
of Alexander county, it will not be won
dorod at that our pooplo aro borno down
by an unjust and burdensome taxation.
But, tbo question la, how can tbo matter
bo remodiod 7 If any ono knows, let him
speak out. Thievos have to bo punlahedi
and if an undue proportion of them fall
into tho hands of our officers, no ono is to
blamo, and all wo can do is to grin and
sudor the conscquoncos.
Those Little Essays. Tnoio little
essays from tho pen of the Rav. J. II.
Garrett have at last attracted attention
from tbo outsidu world. Here tl wbatthi
St. Louis Republican has to lay of one of
Tbo Clro Sun bns a contributor, Mr. J.
U. Garrett, who writes aa follows concern
ing u aomawhat interesting subject:
'When I speak of love, I do not mean
that aoft, spongy atuff manufactured by
Cupid, which growa aour in tho midsunt
morof matrimony, that moonshino which
gladdens tho heart for a week or two and
thun leaves It as rusty ns a gimlet In a
niud-bolo. I moau tho spirit of love, the
Immodiato offspring of Christianity which
porvados tho entiro universe, which pre
serves ordor, harmony nnd poaco in the
great, grand old tomplo of
creation which conitituto! tho
ovorgreon of atloctlon among tho angols,
nnd engenders universal good fnoting
among all created Intnlllj-unces. In a
philanthropic tents It links hearts toga
ther, whuthor strangor or kindrod, and
strengthens tho bonds cf brotherhood. It
builds a glorious, imprognablo lortrois
for our aocial and rollgioua joy, which the
battoring-rama of boll can novor ull'ect,
nDy mom than it sky-rockot oan ngalnat the
sun at high noon In tho heavens." They
may havo nn occasional caso of that sort
of lovo in Culro produced, perhaps, ac
cortllng to Josh Hillings' theory, by the
commingling of tho blood of tho blissful
pair in the samo musqulto. But up here
It must bo confessed tbat tho "soft, spongy"
article is most prevalent,
Steam and Qau Fittinc!. Nowlnud
& Reniiiu havo entered into a co-partnership,
and havo openod a ihopon Oommer
clal avenuo, noxt door to Perry Power1!
livory stable. They aro now ready to do
all klnda of Steam and Ga Pittiug,
Dfivo-W,oll Work and Plumbing. Special
attention paid to repairing pumps, Thoy
soiicii n aoaro or public patronago, and
guarantoo their work to be well dono.
THE BAND AGAIN.
HEM AUKS OF A SPECTATOR
Editor Bulletin: Tho communica
tion of "J. P." censuring the Deltas for In
terrupting tho lecturo at St. Patrick
church, on Tuosday evening last, isonn to
havo glvon the "apologists or the band
lotno llttlo annoyaneo. r
"d. P.," unfortunately lab ra undor two
dllUcultUa in this ttlicutslon; ho li yr-
i.lnl. ami 1m la. tit bat liftiin
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debating with an editor, which fact alone;
we think, ihould warn him to "tbrOw up
"We do aot wish to be understood aa
coming to tho mam of "J. P. for we
believe blm fully comptnt to ngbt bis
own eattlos. Rut wo do wish to discuss
the onlv point which wo consider
riraland matt rial In this difference be
twocn "J. T." and tbo Deltas.
Tbo question as we understand It Is not
whether tho Deltas bad a right to play
for the public on that ovcnlng or any
other. For uuqucsllonably they had and
The quostion is not whethor the public
lb all suffer, or bs Inconvonlnced for the
few. We do not think It should.
Tho question U not whether lbs "pop
lih lecture." (i tlio apologists were
nlmiod to call It,) was froe or for par. II
f ... ....
hould not on that.acoount, we think, havo
boon disturbol or Interrupted.
Tho question la not that tho "three hun
dred" spectators had assembled to listen
to the concert and the band did not wish
disappoint them. The Deltas, no
doubt, will play again'.
The quoition is io that Tuesday even-
ng was the regular one lot apart for the
concert. For If that wa a complete an-
wor to J. P.'s complaint, the loader or
btnd whon callod upon and requested to
postpono the concert, should, if they were
n good faith about the matter, havo lama
"wo will play, lecture or no lecture." In
which caso the "few," yielding to the
wlahcs of the public, would have deferred
the lecture to some other tlmo.
The enly propoaitlon than which w
wish and shall endeavor to establish la
this, tbat the Deltas (whother deslgneedly
or not, wo aro not proparod to say) did
no kscp their promise on that evening,
And we appeil to a disinterested and un
prejudiced public for a decision.
Two gentlemen, wboso names can be
produced, if necessary, on Tuesday in the
aftornoon called upon the loader of the
Dallas and requested, aa amatterol favor,
a postponement of the concert on account
of tbo proposed locturo. Ho, tho leader,
oronoiotl: First, olthor to postpone the
concert till somo other time
or Second, play in tho upper part of tho
city In case they should give the concert
on that ovenlnc. He remarked that It
would bo "all right," Jcc The gentle
man lefl with tbo aauranci that the band
would not nlay at their stand near the
church on tbat evening. Now, before
tbo lecturer had spoken twenty minutes,
Do was compelled to Jsave tho pulpit in
consequence oi tho music played by the
Deltas. If the facts areas we have stated
them, (and wo presume they will not bo
denied,) aro wo jutitlled in concluding
that the "Deltas did not keep their prom-
iso on that eventac?" Of courso our
roaaonlng is based on tbo thoory tbat all
disciplined aoldisra obey the commands
and follow the Instructions of a ,bravo
and worthy officer. t
lfut another view : Wo have been in
formed tbat the individual members of
the band, tho same evening, at the stand,
promised a certain gontlemen who waited
upon then that they would not play that
ovenlng anyway till S o'olock. But they
did play before 9 o'clock, which, fact we
think wo can establish by "three hundred';
witnesses. In view then of all these erl
dencas, wo ask ngeia, aro wo not forced to
tbo conclusion tbat the Deltas did not
keep their promise tbo only vital and
material point in this protracted and use
Spectator at LrcruitK and Concert.
The Wedbinci To-Day. Tho mar
riage of Mr. Charles M. Howo to Mis
Eugenia M. Wood to-day, at tho Church
of tho Redoemor, by tho Rev. Charles At,
Gilbert, will bean imposing and interest
ing affair: at tho cbucrh the following
proramtno will bo obsarvod, tb attend
ants on tho brldo ani groom entering In
tho order in which tholr names appear ;
1. 11RIDE AND I1R00M.
Ctias. M, Uowo, Miss Eugonlo M. Wood-
Mattle Williamson, Mr. Albert Howo,
Rate I,, wobb, Mr. Henry A. Wood,
Mollle E. Webb. Mr. Frank Howe.
3, Master of Ceremonies Matthew P.
4 Music Mondolshon's Wedding March
C Wedding ceremony.
Hon. 11. Wa'-son Wobb will glv the
Jn retiring from the church after the
cortmony the ordor will be reversed.
Leaving tbo church, Mr. and ;Hrs'
Howo will be escorted to the Illinois Cen
tral depot, from whence thoy will leave
by ttio 2:30 train for an extended wedding
tour. They will bo absont about a month
and during that limn will visit; Chicago,
Montreal, Lakos Champaign aim Ueorge,
Now York, Philadelphia, Baltiiiiord and
Washington. A full Recount ofj tho wed-
dluL- will appear In to-morrow's Rul
Illinois Cchtrai. R. R, Co., 1
Aoknts Orrici, Cairo, Aug.25 1874.
To persons wishing to attond tne Camp
Meeting to be HdW at 'Jonosborou from
August 20th to August 31atj vio will sell
excursion ticket to Anna .andjroturnut
one and one-tiftbifaro. Salo ( of tickets
will commence on the ga5th aad discon
tinue on August 91t. Tlokets' good to'
"turn uhtll-8eptember-iVln;lusiv, ,
Ut JAMKI JOIINSON, f I
Something New. Bucks Crystal
Brilliant with class oven doors. No oc
casion to havo burnt bread. Call and set
it at T. J. Kkrth's. b7-0.l0.tf
Soluvan. Drugsi" mtdicinos, per-
fumeryJL-ovorythlng Jn the "line, at T.
E. Sullivan's, 162 Commercial avenuo.
Jelly Presses. Something now In
the Jelly Press line, at Henderson's, 100
Commercial avenuo. W-8 8-lm
jAcxquoTK fc Co's colobratoi French
blacking at Sullivan's drug store, fj and
10 conts por box. It la tbo beat blncklng
In use. 8. 10
All tho day boarder; In the cltv can
bo accommodated at tho St. Charles
holei, with flrst-olasa board at second class
rates 70 4-10-tf
I)H. Williams, Dentist may be found
in his office at any tlmo; oxlracta tooth at
all hours day or night. Otllco at 110
Commercial avonue, botween 8th and Oth
street. 45-8-4. lm
The largest and boal-seloclod stock
of FURNITURE for salo at wholoaalo
and retail by HENRY EI0HUOFF, No.
11C, Commercial avenue,oppoallo Soventh
street. n o-n-oin
The Best. Tbo gcnoral verdict Is
that T. K. Sulllvaii'a soJa wntor is tho best
n the elty. Try It. No. 152 Oommer
clal avenue, betwoon Ninth and Tenth
Cams! Ca.ni I Cans I (juartt, ono dob
tar per dozen; half gallons, ono City
per dozen J mado of best material and
grooved aoams; at Henderson's,' 100 Com
morcial avenuo. 62-8-8-lm
For Sale. -'IK aozon one quart trult
cans at $1 por dozen ; half gallon cans nt
$1 60 per dozen, all of good tin with
grooved scams, manufactured and for salo
by A. II alloy, 168 Wathington avenue,
near Tenth street. 82-7-17-lm
llanovur Collecgr. Hnnoicr, Indium
Next term liuglni September bill, l(i7l.
'I....- r..ll -.1 l .1 -...I .........!,.
i nu mil vuuirus, uaiem unci peii'muii.
With rreustorv ilenartment. Full faculty.
Tuition free. Boarding as low its elsewhere,
For information or catalogues apply to Rev
G.C. UKCKMAN, 1). D. PreMdcnt.
jiALKii Proposals. Sealed proposals
wilt lo received by the undersigned until
Monday, August 24th, for tbo building of
a brick reeldenco on Fiftronth strout, bn
twoen Oodar and Locust. Plans and
specifications can be examined at tb
office of Groen & Wood, 03 Ohio Livce
C8-8-18-Gt John V od.
The Darner suop is uu tnu eornur tit
Eighth street and Commercial nvenuo
where J, George Stienbouse wltb his gen
tlttnsnly assistants can be found ut any
hour of the day or night, ready to soothe
your fetllngs with a smooth shave, or cool
your tomper and bead with a good sham
poo. It le a tlrat-class shop, and you aro
suro of receding first-class troatment
Ladies' and children' hair cut or curled
ftertbe roost apprvnditv 8-15-t
Washington Uakkot. Mr. Joseph
Roncker has taken charge of tbis woll
known establishment, and will, on and
alter to-day, bo able, to supply tbo
publia wilh choico bri, including
Boston, Brown and Graham broad, boaldoa
cakes and confectionarlea of ovory de-
acription. Being an experienced and
skilful baksr, Mr. Ronckor will not rail to
satisfy all who patronize him. MO
Washington avenuo. 88-7-2-lm
Delta Cioars. Mr. T. K. Sullivan,
druggist, 152 Commercial avenuo, has
something; new in tho way of cigars. Ho
Is now lolling a brand of his own called
the Delta, put up in handsome packagu4,
made of tho very boat tobaoco, and sold
for vi YE cents each. Tnoio who smuko
them will agree with ua in suylng tbat
they are far superior to most of the ton
cent clears sold iu tbis market. Try tho
Delta cigar. i-21-lrn
1 UK CAUBKO J.XHl':rt.XIJ u:iii oco
ol its most Insidious and dangqrous fool
n the many so-called " tonics " ana " ap
petizers." made of cheap whisky nnd re
fuse liquors, finished up lo suit depraved
appetites under tbo uamo of medicine.
Dk. Walker's California Vineoau
Bittkk aro none of tbeso. They nro not
a beverage, but aro a gonulno medicine,
puroly vegetable, prepared from Cali
fornia herbs by a regular physician. For
alldisease of the etomacb, liver, kidneys,
bliddcr, skin and blood, tbey aro an in
fallible and unrivaled remody.
16-d and w-lw
Eulebjs to Hid. Patbons, and the
General Purlio, Greetino, I very
respectfully solicit n continuanco of tbo
favorsof my patrons and Invito the pat
ronago of tho public, but I wish old
patron and transient patrons to distinctly
understand that I work for idonoy nnd
not because of a philanthropic doaire to
shoe and boot my fellow mon without
money and without price, nnd tbat, thero
foro, It any old patron or now patron,
desiring shoes or boota, baa not iho pecu
niary ability to pay for the work ordered
when done, he is requested to puss on to
somo other shoemaker. I want no old
patrons or new patrons who will not pay
Thoso.whd are .willing to pay will find It
to their Interest to patronize me, because
1 keep on band tbe'bett of etock, do tho
boat of work, give tbo best of fits and
work for tbo lowest of prices.
Twontloth Strcot, between Poplar nnd
Private Uoardino. Mrs. J. W. Car
micbaol having takon the largo, houso n
tho corner of Sixth stroot and Washing
ton avenue, is proparod to
furnish prlvnto boarding , to it
limited number of either ladles' atid gen
tlemen, or to gentlomen mid their wives.
The houso is very ploasantly located nnd
convenient to tho business part jt the city.
Tho rooms aro large, airy ' and well
llgh'fed. For further information inquire
,t tho bous. ;
A man tntendlug to do business must lu st
prepare biwselt to .meet the requirements
or,bts,tdtomrs: next.helmusf. lot .overy
poislblo or probable customer know that bo
is so prepared. In a very small place he
may tkll ull the peoplo what ho can do.' In
large village a printed handbill, poster ot
circular, propcrly dlstribtiied, will be elllca-
CiOUS.'bUt WIOKVKIt 18 IN A PLACK LAltUB
jcnououto surrouT a newspapkh will
VINU THAT IT IS THE CIIKAI'EST MEDIUM
iTUnOTflll WHICH TO ADHRKS.IT1IK PURLIO
THUPTEES SALE. .
Whcrcii'. on tho t!7tlMlny of.Tnmtary.18M,
mill iiiv unci nni'iin my, as s a wnu. uiu r-
cculu nnd on tho liStli day of January ( 1b7I,
did iicknonlruge mid deliver to tlio under-
MKiieu, tlieir certain tiiotrgngo iiccii.anu uiu
tberby bargain, sell, release nnd convey
to the underpinned the following ilcu rilieil
lot ol ground in mo t.iiy in Jairo, cotiniy
of Alexiunler nliil fl'ile if IHlrtiN, lo.wlt,
lot numbered Hvrnty-tilno in block
numbered forly-Inir (II), together with all
tbo irhlli'X'i und iippiii'leuniiceH to tlio
samo bcloiiln or ippcrtalulng, ami did
thereby relctfo and ualo oil rlichli and
urn cl'Ci 1 1 i it nan i ri no or me nome-
itc.ul I'lunuitlnii law of the Muto nl II Inula
to ccetlic llie pajliiclil ot two lioto, eucli
lor tbo Mini nf I'lKbly-uno dollani, b arliic
nvin ilaln with tillil mortvui, nnd nai b lfl -
nuin hi urn timer oi .aeminan ii, .muiui
III thirty dnysalil nine nnmUm niter date, re
siieetlvilv ullli ten tier cent. InteriMt.
.Mm w crru. ciiii moniraL'o urovn es inn
. . I . .. ....
III Cil'O nf lb fault 111 the pauneiit ot elllier
of i Id licit i nr nny nnrl thereof, frwh-l
til i mi M'fiired rliall ntllhe option ot tbo
timliriluniil beeoiuo ililn iidiI piynlitc
umt tlio Kill I innrlLMircd rrcmliCH
may be cold In the manner, mid tipnn iMvIiil'
iintleo nt in said mor'cnKO fiirellled, nml
wberens, default him been made lor more
tbnu ten days, In thu payment nfit puitlnn
of sulci sum so sucircil. now tberclnri'. by
Vitttlii ol liie potter in !uci
IliorlUiiKi! eiJIilalned, 1 ulll nil
tlio .in ciav in .'emeiiiiHT. in.i. ai ine
hour of 2 ii'elnek, p.iu,. at tho Trout duorol
the 1'iilirt linil-e.ln Mild C.tV of Cairo. enJlitV
of Aloxouiler and state ol Illinois offer for
Kilo nt public e mine, to tbo higbc't bidder
lurca.li, lot numbered twenty-nine ('.tl) In
nioeh niimiiru'ti miij-iuur "Ji
heretnfjro dex ribecl, nml um
oxeetito nnd tlellcr to ttui linr
clmeniilced tlien fore. Il.itcd AiiKiist 'illb.
1871. XACH.HII.tll l. .MATHCH.1,
hamiicl 1. Wimnlrr, Mnrtgagi'i1
Prospectus for 1874 MiVKNTH YHAIt
An llltlctrated Monthly .Tonrnal, iinlvcrmll)
aunuueu io us too immsomcu punim
leal In thn World. ArupresentatUi
and champion of American tat' .
Nat roRbaL?: in hook m. xttws Store
Tho Abllnr, whllo lucd with nil tho rc
ul.irlty, has uono of the temporary or tlmo
Iv lutcrckt eliuractcrhtle of tirdluarv licii
oilieaU. Ith nil clef Hit mlteellanv ol tmre
light and cracelul literature; and n collec
tion l plcltirea, tho rarest Mieelmcn of nr.
Untie, clvlll. Ill Mack and white. AllboUL'b
each HiicccedliiL- tiuuiber nllonis a fiesh
pleasure to ltn Irlciulu, thn leal valuo anu
beatitv of The Aldlno ulll be most niitireel
sited alter It lia been bound up at tho clnrc
ol the ear. Wlulo other publicutioni may
claim superior idieapnosi'. an ciinpnrcil with
rlvnln nf a similar cIiim, tho Aldlno U uu tin-
l.iiii) ami r.rlirlnal conception alone nnd tin
upprnached absolutely without concept'
in nrlco or character.
ART DEPARTMENT. 1871. ;
The Illustration nt uiu Aldlno Lave w.
u world-Midi reputation, and in tbo art ecu
tre ot Europe It Is an admitted fart that
its woon cuts aro cxampnit in inc. nipuoM
penecuon ever ninineu. iho i-omuitu
jirejudlcii til favora' "steel platt," la rap'
idlv vleldlnL' to a i ,. icdilentcil ami ill
erlmlnatiiiL' taHo wblrh rveOKiiies thn !
vanttxcit tlio advantnges (if rupeilor arthllc
quullly with creator facility of prodtietton.
Tlio nti'irtcrly tlntC'l plates for 1b74 will he
bv Tlioi.. Mnran and .). I). Wnoilwurd.
me ciuiKtjuaH Ihiue lor isti will contain
pedal clecl','! nppTQprlatn to tho reason,
iiv our nest ariisu., ami win surriitM in ai
tractions any ol lt piedeccft-ors.
PREMIUMS FOR 1871.
Iherv Mili-cribcr to tho Aldmc tor
year Isl will rct.cito n pair of chrom
The oriciiinl nlctnrea were imlnlr d In oil
tlni liulilitlu l nf Uiu A Id Ine. bv Iblilil
Moran, whoo great dorado pictures and
purchased by cnnri'-s for ten tbouatid
iiiil!iir.. The subloets weru elitucn to run-
roi.nt ten thoutund dollarr. Tin; t-uhjcilt
were ehoen to reproti nt "Tbo liit" and
"The Wet." Ono Is a view In tho White
ilouiitalii, Niw llumiMhlro; tho other
L'lvca tho Chtls nf (ircen ilver. Wiomlnx
turrltory. The chromos arc each wotked
Irom tnlii .u-itiiui ,iitby, .n in
K'JxlG) ami appearance cxaut tav-slmllck ol
Kwaiik. S. S.'pt. 2). InTi.
SIckktb. .lamis !-utt'iu .t c. .
Oknii.1'.mi:n 1 am delimited with the
proofs In color ol your chromo. They ure
wondeillllly Micecskllll rij.reentMloiiH by
meciianici ireeis ui me oiiKioaipaiiuingi..
very ruspeniuiiy. t iios. jioha.n.
Tliose chromos nro In every enM) Ameri
can, They nro by nn orlnnl American pro
cck, with material ot American inanulio
tiirc.troni icIiih or Amerlean scenery by
an American palnte-, anil presented to cub-
icrlbcrs to tbo tlr-t huecosful Aintrlcan
Art Journal, it no butter becatie ol nil
this, they will cerl'ilnly lioness an Interest
no foreign production can Inspire, and uel-
incroro iney any me worm n uy roason ol
peculiar facllltlt" of production they cost
the publishers only n trlllu, while iqiial in
every repect toother chromos that am mid
singly for doubls tho rubscrlplloti price ol
If any stiliserlher bliouid Indicate a pre
ference for u IJguro subject, tho publishers
w 111 send "1 homliU ol Home" n new an
bcatlful chromn, ltxSO Inches, representing
a little llullau oxtlo wboso speaking eyes
betray tbo lonlnrs ol bis heart.
t5 per annum, In advance, with Oil Chro
For 550 cknth extra, tho curotnoa;
mounted, vftrnlsbod. and prepaid by mail
1 liu Villliiu mil. utiuitikvi, uu u if taiimiiic
only by subscription. Thero will no be re
duced or club rata ; cash for r.ubscrlptlon
FT1I.. . 1.1. ..-.II l.n. l.A .I.I.Ch.I.I.
must no sent to mo puinieucra direct, or
handed to tho local canvasur, without re
sponsiblllty to tho publishers, except in
cases wbero tho certificate Is given, himring
tbu faclmllu signature ot James Sutton & Co,
Any porson Misiilnr to act permanently
us a looal canvasncr will reecho lull nnd
nromnt In ormatlou bv antilyim: to
James Sutton it Co., Publlsbors.
fjH .Maiden Lnno Now Yorh
CAMMtri p wiJtrtri tro
&TT0UNBY& COUNSELOR AT LAW
Uflilen Over I'irst national Hank. .".-in-'Jiii
John 11. .Molkey.
AVIIIIam Q. Miilkey.
ATTORNEYS AT LA)Y
i ,r n xXiXiB.
U.'biii, i.-R.it iitr.iel, botwocn Comnior
(.i.ii in, i Wjshwitoii ttvmiues. .Wl-lf.
GOUiNSELOItS AT LAW,
William II. (irueii,
William H, (lllheil
.Miles 1'. Olltscrt,
UST.Spii i ii lt.lititi ttlvcn to Admiralty
.and rii91uui40.il bUsalness.
Ohio l.bvec, Ilnoihs" and 8 ovo
City National Hank.
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Qfll LL la si umiorr. uiimEST
5.,.U0NU'-(' ritM fiOVERNORS
OS IOWA. ARKANS4 SAND DAKOTA.
FIKST NATIONAL JUNK
It. w. ;
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, I'llII.lilI'fi, Vice Pri-slilrnt,
CIIA8. CUNNIKUIIA31, Culiler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLV MADE
EXCHANOi:. coin. bank nolca I id t'nlled
8tittci i-ct'lirltlca liouxlit and nold.
Interest iilloivod on tlinn deposits.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. I1. IIALMHAY. President:
HENRY L. HAU.IDAY, Vice Preside: t.
A. II. bAFKHII), Cashier:
WALTER UYSLOr, Asllatll t ssliler.
NTAATM TAYWII, U. II. CUNNINIIHAM
11. I.. IIAI.LIKAY, W. P. IIAI.I.IIIAY.
(1, l. Williamson, hTr.i iiK.v llmn,
A. II. AKrOIID.
United . Mutes
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F. .l. brocKVLxiii, I'Ai'i.tJ.f-ciiLii.
It. II. CrNM.MillAM. II. L. Hai.i.ihay,
j. .il. PiiiLLir.
IS'Tlltrvr rmlil nn ilptiostts at Hit ra
01 1 x in r .'mil. hit nuninii. jiarru iku-'ii
.-cplelniier isi, inii-rci not wiiiium!
uiiiic.i irniiit.niHiti' 111 nil iirinfMitn, , 11
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DEPOSIT MONEY AND NO ONX ELBE
CAN DRAW IT.
i jiii ii L'lerv nuiiiiess unv irnin 11 n . in. i(
posits onlj, Irom fi toH o'clock.
R, SMYTH 8l CO.
No. 00 Ohio Lcvco,
SK.I11WVU Villi mi 1 14 iir 1 UlliU ) ll ITlPs .
Is prepured In till orders w'lhotit dels
lie has a nnu stock ofluiiortid leather i
hand, just received from XUMitcrk, unci b
put down the prices to tyo lowest notch.
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to I'arkur & Make,)
PAINTS & OILS
And the celebrated llliimiuatlui:
i i in An . All
Uroaa' Uuildlng, 11th St.& Oomorclal A
0AIIIO, ILLS. i
AT WILCOX'S IILOCR FOR 51.00 I
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