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TOESPAT, NOVEMBERS, 1871.
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Democratic State Tlclcct.
Kor State Treasurer .
For Superintendent ot l'ubllc Instruction
S. M. KTTER.
For Congrc Eighteenth DUtrlct,
yor llcpreixnUUTes-Fmietn District,
FOUNTAIN K. ALBRIGHT,
First Tii o restoration of gold and tilvcr
at the baali ol too currency; the resumption
of ijieclo payment as loon ai possible with
out disaster to the business of the country,
by steadily opposing Inflation and by Uic
payment of the national Indebtedness In the
money ol the civilized world.
Skcokd Free commerce, no tariff for any
other purpose but revenue.
Third Individual liberty and opposition
to sumptuary laws.
Fourth Tho right and duty of the
State to protect It citizens from extortion
and unjust discrimination by chartered
Firm Ittzld restriction of the govern-
lament, both State and national, totnolcclt
I Mtn .1 Amain rt ftAlttlrttI nrtWAP fitf DTflml
ins wcrcirom an executive anu legislative
intermeddling with tho affairs of '.society
thereby monopolies are fostered, prhlt
edged clases aggrandized, and ludlvldua
freedom tinneccssarlly and opprctslvely
POLITICAL DIRECTOR 1".
The following Contral Committee
I was appointed by tho Republican con
gressional convention that met A
Mound City, August 13, 1874 :
Alexandor county, O. W. McKeaig ;
Jackson, Beoi. L. Wiley;
Johnson, A. J. Aldon ;
Massac, Henry Armstrong ;
Terrv, S. J. 1'arks ;
Pope', II. D. Ilakor ;
Pulaski, George W. Mertz, Sr.;'
Randolph, D. K. McMaster ;
Union, R. U Slinson ;
Williamson, Milo Erwin.
Tho foUowinc Central Committee
vas appointed by tho Republican con
rcntion of the Fiftieth senatorial (lis-
I trio t, held at Mound City, August 13
Alexandor county, K, . Walbridco:
Jackson, Ezra D. i'ullott ;
Union, T. II. Phillips.
At the Democratic congressional
lonvcntion, held at Anna, September
!, 1874, tho following Central Com-
aittco for the Eighteenth district was
iianaoipn, ueveriy AVlltshiro;
rerry, is. u. uusher;
Williamson, G. W. Goddard :
Jackson, G. W. Andrews;
Union, Hugh Andrews;
Johnson, I. N. Pierce;
Hassac, J. W. Thrift;
Pope, D. 11. Field ;
Pulaski, Obod Kdson ;
Alexander, John U. Oborly ;
At Largo, Judge F. Uroes, Cairo.
The following executive committee
Ir Union county was appointou oy
le Democratic county convention that
Iet in Joncsboro, August 24, 1874 :
Judge M. C. Crawford ;
O. if. Kroh ;
IO. P. H1J1.
ITho iollowing State committee was
bointcd by tho Domocratic-Opposi-
In convention, at bpnngucld, August
1st uisinci, J'.goeri Jameson, unicago
12d District, Vra. .I.Onahan, Chicago
3d District, P. H. O. Winton, Chicago
4th District. A. M. Harrington, Genova.
16th District, Wm. WrJgbt. Free;ort.
6th District, J. S. Drake, Itock Island.
7th District, Geo. W. Havens, Ottawa.
8th District, Washington K. Cook,
Oth District Chi. P. King, Peoria.
0th District, David K. Head, Oarthage.
lltb DlitrtcV, J. M. Uusb, l'ltteflold.
nth District, r. u. merriii, oprmKueia.
Hth District, John A. Mallory,Uavana.
Itlh UUUict, J II. ltuiby, Champaign.
sin uismci, n. u. r -ison, isoiug-
lith District. 0. D. Holies. Greenville.
fth District, W. H. Krome, Ed wards-
Hb District, W. II. Green, Cairo.
ith District, James P,iobinon(01noy.
i xarge, n. ji. junior, unicago.
t Large, K. W. Townsend, fchawceo-
t Large, Wm. Brown, Jacksonville.
,'r. Hrown was elected chairman of
ho following Central Committco
i appointed by the Democratic con
; Ion of Alexander county, at Cairo,
list 23, 1874:
tar Creek, Tboma J. McClure.
1 we island, u. ureeniey.
g Tooth, K, Uunsacker.
zlewood, James E, McCrito.
1 bes, J. G. Rolwing.
tU F. J. W. Konfrow.
ltr. W. J. Mlltord.
I rth Cairo, ,T U Metcalf,M II Harrell,
llaiuaay ana jsmti varron. ,
' Ik Cairo. John II. GossmaD,-JohH
jy, John Hojan and Dr.D. Arler.
following Central Committee
ippointed by tho Democratic-Lib.
rnl convention that met nt Anna
Soptcmbcr -1, tSiJ, and nominated
candidates for tlio legislature in the
Fiflictli Senatorial District ;
Alexander, 11 F lllako, J O Lynch.
Jackson. 1 Dishon, Joseph Cully.
Union, Oliver Hill, T M Forlno.
At Large, TF llouton, of Union,
VoTe tor Uahtzill,
Or courso Mr. Thomas "Wilson and M"",
A. II, lrvln will cotno out victorious to
dav. Men without opponent, usually do
Tuktotk cast for ..Carroll and Utter
will Indicate tho itrength of tho Demo
cratic party InIHInoIs. As the alate
goes to-dy. will go two yoar bonce,
whoo wo hopo to diiplaco U. S. Grant, by
Wllllan Ailon, or "any oilier man," of
Is Ward runningior County Commis
sioner or Coroner' llo diioctcd 'Hie
Bulletin to announce him for Commis
sioner; but,lt is said, wishes to hi Coroner.
If he a is candidate for Comniinlo'nor.voto
for WlUon : und If for Cotonor, voto ftr
It is understood that Mr. Albright, in
Jackson, and Mr. Winston, In Alexander,
'ma, without the umpieloa r io;ir.v to
tilt eoUengar, solicit his party friends to
voto three voto lor him. Mr. Albricht
s doing this in his county,and Mr. Win
ston ask each of his uartv friends', in
Alexander to glvo him threo votes.
The editor of tho Cairo Sun avow a
purpose to cast ono of his threo votes for
Claiborne Winston. Ills cxatnnlo will bo
worthy of imitation by every IWdlcal In
Cairo. Mr. Winston is a Cairo man. and
voters, without roforence to political prej
udices, should see to it that Cairo, now
tho lcadinc city of Southern Illinois.
should have a roprctontatlvo of her In
terests In tho Oeneral Assombly,
Tur wholo pooplo of Southern Illinois
are interested in the olection of Clalborno
V Inston to tho Legislature No man In
tho State moro thoroughly understands
the manifold defects of our rovenuo laws,
or knows bottor how to cure these defects
Having familiarized himself with tho rou
tlno of legislation, ho will cot go as a new
member, but ono who understands the
work in his hands, and how to complete
it. No man, in the district, at this par
ticular Juncture of affairs, could servo us
moro eulcently than Clairborno Winston.
"The okrmaxs would dolugo the land
with drunkenness, and exult ovor tho
overthrow of laws for tho suppression of
licentiousness and disordor." Such elan
der as tJfa aro uttorcd and ro-uttored by
tho Kadlcal oditors of this district who
support Mr. Clements, and to this day
Mr. C. has entered no word of expostula
tion In no manner Indicated that tlm
villainous detraction was not in full har
mony with his own sentimonts. Gcr-
man of the .Eighteenth district, it is for
you to say whether thoso slanders vllo
and uncalled for shall stand unrobukod"'
J. H, GpusMXN is a candidato for re
election to the ofllco of Coronor. It is an
ctllco that Is scarcely worth tho seeking;
but, notwithstanding tho moager compen
sation it affords, Mr. G. has dlschari:od
U Ibo duties it Imposed promptly and
ffcllhfully. Wo may say, Indeed, that,
until ho accepted tho positicn tho duties
wero loosoly porforraed now, by the in
curnbent of tho oflics, now by a Justico of
the peace, and, sometimes not at all. Wo
bavo no assuranco that, if Mr. nognn ii
elected this old order of things will not bo
restored, and v;o will bavo, in effect, no
Coroner at all, Vote, theroforo. for
Whism vou go to tho polls to-day bear
in mind tnat Charles Carroll, the Demo
cratic candidato for State Treasurer, Is a
Southern Illinois man, honost, capable,
and In all respects worthy of your vote
and confidence. Kornombor, too, that tho
policy of the lUJIcal psrty, In to far as
It relates to the South, crushes the ener
gies and Impedes tho prosperity of the
very people upon whom Cilro largoly de
pendt for that commercial prosperity that
is to make br the grand entrepot of tho
Mississippi Valley. That Injurious policy
finds an advocate in Isaac dementi, and
an enemy in William Hartzsll Votei
then, for Uartzell and Cairo. .
THE HIDDEN HOOTS OF IIAlt
Sew Yotk Tribune Editorial
Wn have received from sources which
aro entitled to tho fullest respect certain
important information respecting the
prosecution Ol tno sato Durglary caso In
Washington, There seom to bo n mys
terious and most discreditable connoction
between the prisoner now on trial before
Judgo Humphrey'! court and a number
of powerful ltepublican politician In
New Jersey a connection so close that
we shall run no great risk of mistake if
we charge the existenco of a New Jersey
conspiracy to defoat tho ends of justico.
The search of the prosecution for the fu
gitive .irruth and for evidence against
the prisoners led frequently
into New Jersey, nd at
almost every step the government officers
found; politician in tho way, In several
instances the agents of tbo prosocution
were inforroel In to many words that
tbeyjwould not be allowed to carry their
Inquiries any furthor. In more than ono
caso tho District Attornoyi ployed dimp
ly into the himds of the defenso. The
Uulofol l'olico in n a ow Jersey city re-
coivod explicit ordor from an authority
ho was bound to respect, not to aisisi tno
- - n.ii t . 1 1. ... t n -t
COVOruiuuill in uuuili ..uirubti ui iu i;vi
loctlni; ovldonco against Ncttlcsblp; and
an officer who hal boon detailed to assist
Solicitor Wilson was Instructed not to
glvo lilm tho help ho wanted. II tho pro
secution appealed to Washington for sup
pott, It found tho New .Icrsoy politicians
protected by Secretary Kobcton and Sen
ator Frclinghuyseii, whllo .IuJko 1'lshor,
who has been ono of tho best helpers of
tho defense from tho start, is unassallablo
bocauso ho is protoctod by tho 1'rcsU
Thorecas bo no reasonable doubt that
the roots of tho safo tmrglary conspiracy
thnn tho nublio has
herotoforo suppoied, and that a powerful
ling IS putting loriii uvurj- niurv iu iuiuiu
tho Indicted instruments of tho crimo.
Probably some day or other tho infamous
plot will be exposed, but whether it is
brought to Unlit bofore tho rocuos in
oflloo havo utterly dostroyud and dls
graced their party depends In a grott do
urco upon the result of next week's vot
ing. Slim Jim, the Monto King.
WALTZING THKOU01I T1IK CAKS
AT TKUCKKK ltlVEU-A MID
NIGHT Horn with thi:
Wo are elidlnc through tho canyon ol
tnu Truckuo river, at niuht, nino out of
ten of tho passengers aro iloniiif:, when
lilJJonlv Ih V door opanr, and In with tho
cold nlu'i't ri)ino ttio qiiuorcst rpeclnion of
nuiitamty i war saw, uno tfuoortno
tloiilchcJ hat is pined up, and by tho
lamp lljrbt discloses ii fnco that is young
and not unhandsomo, a pair of honest
blue oyes, and a good forehead. Tho board
Is unstiorn, however, and hair unkept,and
evory llnoamont of the countenance be
tra unmlstaUablu vorduncy. It requires
no particular kuowloJgo of character to
decldo that tho fellow is a croon Mis-
sourlan, fresh from tho primitive precincts
or riko county, uno ie; or ttio corduroy
pants is stulTud into tho top ol an old cow
tildo boot. Those, and tho woolen shirt,
and the dilapidated vest and coat, rendor
hit coslumo decidcdlv seelv. An if totallv
oblivious of tho situation and surround
ings, ho begins humming in n low musical
'Away down South In Dixie,
Kcoplng tlnio to hi Velrd song, he
waltzes witti a lljint, snulllliig stop ttie
entire length of tho car, and in n twink
ling has disappeared. Ho lias molested
no one, noticed no one, and yot o very body
Is awako and talking about this strange
nersunogo. He has nal awakened them
br hi bumming sons or shutlllns danco
so much as by bi strange, Iiidcicribable
tone, mannor and conduct. Tho boy on
tho iront soul is convulsed with laughtor,
tho young miss ucross tho aislo giggles
wiui gico, uroad seines ovorsproad tnu
faces or mon and matrons, and the moro
serious mutter, "Poor fellow, ho Is crazy."
They aro unconscious of tho person at
whom they havo been looking as of tho
sconory through which they bnvo beoH
gliding. Ah t that good wife would
scarcely havo awakened Lor
drowsy husband to "look at
that follow"' bad sho imagined fjr
n Instant that It was the "Tcrriblo Slim,1
chiefest of the monto sharps. In u little
tlmo bo return.", and with the sunn nb
stracted nir proooeds Id walk through tho
car. impelled ly uurluiliy, oVuri ol
u followed him into tbo smoking car. Ho
i turroundol by a group of laughing fel
lows, who aro llttenmg to bis utory. At
Truckeo, he said, a lady had stepped up to
tbo ticket ctllco to buy hur ticket, find
found that her purse was missing, f ho
had askod him for 110, and bad promised
to pay him when sho got aboard tho train.
Ho let her havo tbo money, and now bad
gone ''clean through" tho car without
finding her. llo tui 1 tho story in such
a droll manner that evorybody
laughed, ovou wbilo they pitied the
poor fellow's loss. Ho teemed to care but
little, howuvor, for ho drew from his
poefcut a largo leaathorn bag, fully IU In
ches in length, that was ha t full of shin
ing gold pieces. He told how he had boon
windled out of somo of tho money by tho
follows called 'inonio suurp,' and proceed
ed to illustrato tho manner In which they
had fooled him. Jiollovlng that ho had
thoroughly learned tho gamu from tko ras
cals, ho ottered to but that no ono could
toll tho aco of diamonds, and in less than
Uvo minutes be had lost $100 to well-
dressed gentlemen who stood around. Ills
Hands moved so awKwuraiy mat a cniid
could pick out tho right card,
Ho man ever saw $ib,uuu placed con
veniently within his grusp who was not
tcmptod to covet tho lucre. So it was
with tho black-vlsagod man who sprang
eagorly from nls seat as soon as tlio croen
horn becan loosing hi monoy. Of all tho
mon in tho car tbla man was tbo most per
feet villian, if God' hand-writing in his
countonanco was not wholly unintolllgl
ble. Carried away with tbo ono idea of
stoalinc the JlUsounan's money, this fel
low nianuod down ins casn, hit watcb, Ins
gold chain, and lost t All this occupied
not tmire luan ten minutes, inciuatoc tno
waltz, tho game, and tho winning. Just
as tbo fellow turned tho wrong card, a
low wblstlo from tho further end of the
car announced the coming of tho con
Qulckor than "scat" tbo cards disan
poarod, tho enpper and all hands dropped
Into tboir teats, Slim Jim draw bis lint
down ovor hit oyes, and tho victim, after
glaring liorcoiy around tor n moment,
tettlod back Into his seat in moody silenco,
The conductor untorod and pasted slowlv
'through tlio car, but not a slnclo hint did
ho obtain of tho fact that a Kamo hal boen
going on. Hardly had bo left tlio uar ho
foro tho villainous-looking victim do-
mandod another chance to bet. From
anothor pocket ho had drawn $20, his last
cent, and eagerly nsueu inr h "slight,
Cooly disregarding his importunities, Slim
Jim said, "No, sir; I don't want to break
you." In another minute he had dissp
peered through tbo door, dancing and
humming, "Away I away I''
M ADAMK CATAOA.V'S 11KVKNG E
From tho St. Louis iicpubllein.
A young lady in Washington, writing.lo
a.iriena iu oi. i.ouii, juts out n uil ot got;
sip rllii anione thu "very sulect tew" who
unjoy tho conlldenco of that most amiablo
and diplomatic lady, tho butter half of our
titgniy reepociatiiu socrotary ot state.
Till l bit ot gossip Is communicated with
muny ntsuruncos thut it is 'awful coutlden
tial,' and that u publication of it or even
an intimation concerning it In the public
prints would crosto u panic in society hero
( Washington.)' liut tho fair purveyor ot
new it overcautious. Thu publication ef
her awful ccntidontlal bit of court (cau
dal will not harm anybody, though It will
interoai a great many peopio. -Moreover
it loucuea upon a a memo ol international
lnteroit, and demonstrate that in the
diplomacy of nation as well as in tbo
dealings of Individuals, Tlmo call
around cccailoallly und makes things
The pitiful story of Madame do Cata.
ctzy is still fresh In tho public momory.
nor oenuiiiui inco nas indeed vanished
from the salons of the corps diplomatique :
her nucon-like presence Is no lonirer
known In tho parlor of tho capital nor In
In thegallcrle of tho capltoli hor gold
shrodded hair no lofiger outvlo tho sun
shine on tho promotiado sldo of the ave-
nuo. Sho ha gono back to nor Jiutcovnu
homo, carrying with her macy bitter
mjmorle bt America, many wound of
prldo and of spirit at tue I ands or Ameri
can men and women. Hut thoso who
know her boit and who had tiosoltlth In
terest iu hor downfall, remember her
pleasantly and uto grcailr cherished In re
turn. Among theso who II ckod to the or -tlaught
ailor Mrs. Fish, In tho strong
telf-righleouincss of hor Uoiinecllciil
biiio-blood, had "cast the llrst stone," was
that other loader of society In Washing
ton, Mr Atty.Oon. Williams. It is not
pertinent hero to resurrect tbo Catacazy
scandal in detail. Nor Ii It rcrjuislto to
roproducu the hoarse whisper that woio
rlto at soloct tea-tables, and swelled In o
outspoken allegation b hind mysierisus
curtain lust winter, whoa sotnubody was
on trial beforo tho Sonute Judiciary Com
mittee in rospectto his mental, moinl and
social littlest for tho t'lnef-Justiceshlp.
In both casus the story has been told,
and is of household familiarity to all who
read. Sjiiio months ngo tho country was
astonished by tho recall of Minister Jew
ell from St. l'eterburg to take tho post
ofllco portfolio. Then cania tho usual
vaticinations a to who might bo tho
cholco of tho Hphynx hi the White Houto
for tho luccofsion.
Prominent among tho names montioncd
was thut of the attorney general. Ho
would liko to doencn and brodon hi al
ready ulubirato culture by n few year of
diplomatic inteicouttu wiiu tno ruling in
tellect ot tlio old world, ine niauumo
pined for a cbaiigo of tuuial atmosphere
and of acur.u. iyi iilnutoii )id boon tho
tbeatro of hor humiliation. A wicked und
calumnious halt dozen of uowttpapur cor
ruapondunts Lad embittered hur life and
stum; her soul. What balm, then, so
swtol as thu social vlndiculon of being
received with ambassadorial honor in the
haughty court of all thu Itusslas? So
theio was talk ot Williams and thu ltui
sian mission. It is no tecrul that sotuu of
tho ulderly und dlgnltled dames who lend
to Washington society a prudery tnat is
not altogether uuneedful lo preserve tbu
equilibrium of decency, bavo luug ro-
voivud in uieir own minus the woman
from Oregon, along with tbu problem,
"What sh'ill wo do wlin nor " it she
wont to ltutsla, the problem would be solv
ed. It would not be necessary for n lady in
W ashlngton to exchange card and calls
with u lady in St. Petersburg. Tho tall
mansion on Khodu Island avonuo, with it
yard whoso toautifut terracing and sod
ding wero explained in tho testimony
taken by tho jointteluct committeo on tbo
conduct oi thu board ot public works of
tbo District ot Columbus, would bo closed
or leasod to some ono who would not "em
barass society." ll was a happy thought.
Williams would resign his command to
tho army and navy, let go tho throats of
Louisiana and Alabama, and sail for St.
Petersburg with the crodontial of a first
class mission In bis pocket. Mrs. Wil
liams would go with him. And tho Kit
Kat Klub of tbo West End would breathe
tree onco moro.
Hut all of a sudden the talk ceased.
1'rcsently It was "semi-otliclally" an
nounced that tht.ru was no idea of sending
Williams to ltussia, That his gigantic
legal intellect could not bo spared from
the Department of Justico at this particu
lar juncture without gravo peril to free
Institutions Tho causa of thi) sudden
change In our diplomatic poll;y towards
the government of Alexander II. might
forovor have lain u mystery but for tho
naif ontorpriso of our young lady, who
writes to tell her tricnd an it tout it. it
scorns that there is "socioty in St. Peters
burg'' as well as "rociety
in Washington.'' And it socms
that certain peoplo not far from 1883 O
struct Washington, whore a party by the
namo of d'OU'unburg is tupposod to reside,
quietly suggested to somo people in tho
vicinity ot 1600 I trout, whore n located
tho domicilo of a dignified personage by
tho namo of Fish, that porhaps tho ltus
slan gcornmont would consider Itself
bound to adbcro to iho dlploniatico social
precedent established In the Lntacuzy cttic
This vou see, is the diplomatic way
putting things. Tho ombissador or min
ister resident nover says nnythlng. Hut
ho uttor a great many parables, and
erracofully ontertwlne bis small talk with
an tntiinltudo of intimation. It is part of
fF'K a tlid ft it t k n nrttvr a v I vanpil I n a n
tho Karon Henri d' Olfonturg.couid never
havo slid to tbo precise and pompous
r lsb,"Sir, my government will tcel bound
to apply io mu caso oi mil , iiiiuma iiit
precedent which your government eslab
lisbetl in tbo case of .Madame Ue Uatacazv,
ThM'would have been undiplomatic, liut
ho may havo said something liko this
''Sir. tho Kutsian government, which
havo tho distinguished honor to repreier.
(mutual inclinations of tho diplomat!
heads), Is charactorizod by its fidelity to
precedent, oven In tbo minuteit etUir
pertaining to tho intercourse of nations'1
.Nothing was said about Mrs. Williams
nor about madamo tbo Counter
do Catacazy. Then tho orudito Pith
counts hi diplomatic flngori. Mom. Tho
Itussian govornrront i dovoted to pro:o
dont. Mem. Tho government of the
Unltod State occo secured tho recall of
Itussian minister on account of some al
leged informalities in his courtship, so to
speak. Mem' Informalities In tho samo
direction aro said to imvo been character
istic of the better half of tne attorney.
general, whoso namo is suggotted for tho
1'rueslan mission. Oeneral result: Wil
liams might do for an Amorlcan mlnistor
inltusla, but -Mrs. Williams might not
do for an American mtuistor' wifo at that
court, in viow of tho peculiar precedent
which have been established.
This is adollcato subject' liut it is ono
oftboso cases whoro diplomacy shows
olf nt it best advantage. At all
events, wo suspect that Washington younc
lady lot out a profound diplomatic soeret
wnon mo wrote, with charming naivette
'Do you know why rojr Mrs. Williams
did not go to ltussia '' I can toll you, It
was because Mil, b'lili would not let Mad
Hina Catacazy stay hero, You know tho
rost. liut this is awful confidential. If
a word of it should got into the public
print thoro would bo a panic in toclety
Wo trust there will not bo any panic.
Apart from its piquancy as cossin. tho
thing bolongt to current history, because
it seems to tiavo exorcised an influence In
determining tbu conduct of Important
public atlairs. Surely a causo which
oporatos to modify tho diplomatic polley
of tho L'nitid States towards tho Itussian
hrnplro I too big a subject to bo locked
up In tbo mysteries of select tea-parties,
or consigned lo tlio sweet oblivion of a
young lady's lottor.
J ACO 11 WALTKK
33 XT I8 O 3E3C 33 DEL ,
And Dealer lu
EimiTti Sthekt, net. Wasiunqtok and
uommkhc'ial, avk; joining Hanny'
Keep the licit Dcef, I'ork. Mutton, Veal.
I..initi. daiuace. etc.. aid I. ,..',..
surte futnilesfn an ureriitalie nisniier.
And Dealer in
li ime, Cement, i'lastcr, Ifair, Ac.
KiTI will sell In ear load lots at lnantllr
hirer prices, milling freight.
COKFKY, IIAHHISON & CO..
(.Stircesnnr to U. Hurd A fori.)
S-I.OIUl.SlltAin A.'l HAT,
No m Ohio l,vtw. OA 1 HO. I I.LH
Wood Rittenliouso & Brother
Oenkiiai. Commission Mkhciiant,
l.'lll Oliio Levee, Cuiro.
II. A. TIiodh !,. 1). Thoiai
THUMB & imOTHKH,
Sucrerourn to U. M.llulin,
4.VI) DKAI.KI1S IN
ntntttd n"il I'Miicy (irnrnrlra,
foreign and Domestic
lilt Commercial Avenue,
OA I IIP, . . ILLINOIS
NHW i'OUK. ai'OitrJ,
WUOLK3ALI2 AND IlETAIL.
tAUOBST VA3I3TV (TOOK la THU (ITT
GOODS BOLD VEKY OLOBK.
liirnrr ot Ht:itull. ntrtnH1 t'oru
OA! BO, ILLINOIS.
U. O. l'ATIKU
MILLER & PARKER,
Fl.OUli, CORN, OATS, ilAY.Ac.
Agents for 1'airbank Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
JOHN B. PHILLIS &. SON.
(Succci'or to John 11. l'hillis,)
MEAL, BRAN, 4
Agentd for Laflin & Rand Powder Company
COK. TENTH ST. A OIIIOI.KVKK,
U .ATT PI KB.
K. .1. AYXn
AYEIiS & 00.,
L O IJ- B
OKNEHAL COMMISSION MEHOHANT.
No in Omo IiisvRE,UAino. Ilu.
htratton. t. Illrd
STRATTON &. BIRD
AgcutB American Powder Company
a? omo z,Eyjw, ctjno.
LIQUOR DEAL El
No. CO Ohio Lovco,
Hotel and Restaurauni
122 Commercial Avonuc.
Vwa doori north of Cairo and Vlncna Hallioad
trusty watch kept night and day for
a...b nuu uionuiuuKli.
THE IIKST OF ACCOJUIODATI'JXS
for tranclcnt guests at
WO DOLLARS 1 K It DA
Z. D. Jlattiun i:. u. Uh
MATHUSS & UHL.
Forwarding & Genera i
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
Omo Lkvek, OAirto, Ii.i.s.
Jobbers and Retailers of
Chcmicais, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, Priislics,
Toilctt Articles, J)nigist's Fancy Goods, Collier "White
Lead and Other Grades, Paints, 'Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Ti be Colors, Dvo
Stulls, Etc., Etc., Etc.
We Solicit correspondence and onion from DrngicNtJ, I'liyslclan and Oeneral Store
in want of Cood in our Line, htcimlioat. l'l inutlon and Family JK iHelne catos turn
Ulioil or Itetlllcd uitli Itellable Drug at lteaonalle Itato1
WHOLESALE & HETAIL,
I Ohio Let ec
J Q. HW AN &. CO
3E&23AXj ESTA TB i
d l.ni'1 Aucnts of the IlllnoN Central and
linrllHfton and Mlei-ouri It. It. Co'.
North ('or. Sixth and Ohio Lcrcc,
C. WINSTON & CO,
74 Ohio Lkvee, Second Floor,)
Hut ami Soil UKAI. KSTATK, l'ny TAXI
FurnlMie a Alutmets of Title.
Go a land Wood Yard
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
S T 0 V E WOO J)
Kept constantly on lurid at I!om' Yuri I,
uiuuieroiai uenuc, onpoiltu IIiom.' Illllld
;rueM iiriimptly llljoil, Coal anil Wood
del vercd lieo of chaise. Term t-i-lrlctly
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
TOIiNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Offlleo Over Flint National llank. S-IC-:
John II. Jlullcy.
AVIIItam C. Jlulkcy
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Ollllep! I'.ll'litli llnx.l l.Mii'i.,1. .,...
awiuiirion nvenneH n-W-tf.
GREEN &. GILBERT,
0UNS1SL0RS AT LAW,
William II. (illhcil.
illloa F. fiilbert,
GTspcelal attintlun rIvcii to Admiralty
mil Sir.iiiiMut busnlnci.
Ohio I.evec, Itoonis .7 andSovcr
Cltr National Hank
Clcnoral Insurance Agent,
Ohio licvco, ovor.Mathua ifcUhlV.
ItirA'one hut t'mt'Chm Companies
II Ki OIL
HETAIL k PHEiCRIPTION,
M'.islilnglon Ave. cor. IHgi'illi SI.
I JEZ O .
it. W. MILI.llIt, I'mlilonl,
J. M. I'HII.I.Il'a. VIee I'msMelit,
01IA. UU.VMMJ1IA.M, Oashter.
COLLECTIONS I'ltOM 1'TLV MADE.
K.VCIIANOi:, coin, tiaiik note I td United
Glutei ociirlti( houjflil and rold.
Inlcmst iilliMvnl on lime deposit
THE CITY NATIONAL
OA PITA L,
W. I'. 11A1.1.IDAY. I're.iiiBiit;
IIKNltY L. IIAU.IDAY, Vcl Prcsldtnt.
A. H.ijAFFultl), Un.hier;
tWALTKU IIYsLOl', As-I.tant Oailitsjr.
STAA7S TAYIlII, It. II. OO.SM.ST.HAM
II. I.. I1AI.UIIAV, W. 1'. II II.MIIAY.
II. 1. H II.LIAMON, SlW'IIK.N lllllll,
A. It. a'Al'FOIlll.
LxcliiiKe, Coin iiml Unllcii; Stiilos
IIoiiiN l!iiui;lit mid .Sold.
DEI'OSlTd received and n general liankiuir
ENTHKl'ItlSi: SAVINOd HANK
ClIAIlTEIitl ilAUCII 31, 1B0.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIItO.
A. II. sArfUltD. I're'iilent;
S. S. T.VYi.Olt, Viee-l'icMili nt ;
II. IIYSl.ni', ftocretary and Trua-urer.
I. M. r.AISCt.AY, ClIAS. (AM(illI!ll,
1'. M. .Snicm r.KTii. l'Aifi. n. siMim,
It. II. (Jr.NMNnilAM. II. 1.. I1aI.I.IIIA Y.
.i. m. riin.Lii'4.
I.NTKKKT nalil on ili'iiolm nt tlm riin m
jMir eont. per aumiin, ilareli lat and
e.nu:mlir Ut. Inteuwt nnt ti ltlnlr..tvn u
ndJi-.l Imnicillately lo Iho principal of tlm
ilepo.iN, ilnreby (jtlns them conipoumt
MAIllttim WO.MK.V AND OHIL11KE.V may
Il.l'OMf MoKKV AMI NO ON K KLHK
VH UllAW IT.
Ojicii overy liuMne'B day from a. in. to :i
. m. , ami s .turday evi iilnija lor savliiL", dp.
potita cuiy, Irom ii to o'clouk.
W. IIYSLOI', Treamrer.
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker A Rlako,)
PAINTS & OILS
And tho celebrated tUutnluatlnj;
Hros.' liuildlng, 11th St. & Oomerclal Av
A DAY GUARANTEED
ntinj oo, WELL AUQER AND
DRILL In fotol tmllorr. lUUQtfff
TlilTIllOKUXa FltOM OOYH1K0I13
OS' IPWA, AIUCAJtHAI AJfJiTiAKOTA.