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SoriKNixo of the brain lias got down
ex-Scnnlor Jim N.vc. HU day arc about
I'iCirtc yUiu lKwt.vc.iu four hearty
minim day, hence n jiotitloti to lie re
moved from hW present quarters on ac
count ofill health did not receive favora
ble attention at the hand of tho Way."
and Main commltlcc.
U'niTi-.t.AW ltr.it. alitor of the Xt-w
York Trihune, vn Munitioned to appear
before n congressional Jnvetlfratlnp com
mittee In Washington, and obeyed the
summons. While in Wellington he was
arrested lor criminal libel agalnt llos
Shepherd. The House has appointed a
committee to ascertain whether Its privil
eges were Infringed by the nrre&t.
Wim.um A. Wallace, Democrat, of
Pennsylvania, has been elected I'nltetl
Stato Senator to suwed John Seott, It
publican; Gen. Francis M. Oockrrll.
Democrat, of MImouH, ha been elected
to succeed Carl Scliurz ; Francis Kernan.
Democrat. ha lcen elected to iiwl U.
E. Tenton; Joeph K. McDonald, Demo
crat, of Indiana, ha. Ix-cn elected to sue
mtl D. D. Pratt. KepiibUcmi: Hannibal
Ilnmlln, of Maine, has been elected his
Ir.Ml.SAM ANUS ih'i:stion.
The Sun denies that cither that paper
or its corresitondent "A candidate for
Mayor" meant tointluiatetlmt the Mayor
nnd Aldermen had been purchased to
vote a favor to the Cairo fc St. I.ouW rail
road company, by a few pa-es. Well, if
the Sun correspondent didn't mean to
Intimate corruption, why did he refer to
the p:iMc& held by the Major and Alder
men, and say, in substance : ''The com
pany is about to .-uk another favor. Had
not (he company lietter give parses
again':" If that Is not theiiitlmalion that
passes might buy them to vote for the
favor to bcaked, what Is It if
Hut the Sun now adopts the charge of
corruption by nuking us : "Why wvre
the pacs given to the Mayor and Alder
men who had done notlilnir to deserve
theuiV" and by saying: "If .Mr. Oberly
will answer thN une-flon. then we'll ak
some more, It may lie, about Sunday
buggy riile.- about town, Ac."
Now, this Is cowardly. If the Sun be
lieves ihat the .Mayor or any Alderman
was purclmcd to do a lMioiict act by a
free pan or a bugy ride it -hould kiv o,
aud i;ot, like n poltroon. :;k itiosli:i
that libit ehargus of dishonesty but do
All railn-ad companies that I-st pits s
gl . we lteHevc, rm"- to city ami comity
olli. ii.!s, and wo prrsume th little road
l-su.-d parses U the Mayorund Aklenwen
for thi rton. Imt we dVl not know they
had tsas-es or lmd Wn tuatHl to Uirgy
ri.k. Passes have not ben Unuai to
them this year, became th- gentlemen
wl..j rnaiwge the road have agreed with
the Cairo Short Line road to wot Issue
any fnt- pa"es to aav one.
It the Sun man U not a try mean cow
ard, he will make charge, not hint them
AITtn TJir ItMI.KOAD tOMMIS.
The Central Committee of the ttate
Farmers,' A-sovtotion has appoint a
cotamittee to wait upon the Buard ot lUii
roid and W&rhoue Commissioner and
request it to enforce the railroml law.
Will the committee, by Instruction of the
tanners Association. Inform the board
how the law Is to bo enforced by the com-
imsjionem .' i liat can they do that they
liave not done; They have commenced
ult, and are pre'ing them with all pos-
siDie energy, and that Is as much ai the
commissioners can do. The law's delays
...... i.t..i i .1. t . .
jnuteruiui, unu lue i anncrn AStO
ulatlou will learn probably, before
itgcU through wlfli the railroad problem,
that haste In Its holution can onlv be
made slowly. The belief entertaintil by
no; a lew un'oplibtleatcd aar tu turn 1
souls, that railroad companies can be
compi.Iled to obey the commands of the
legislature, or of the olilcers of the jieo
ple appointed or elected to break Jown
"cuniorate monopolies," has no founda
tion in fact. The railroads are lighting
for valuable privilege, aud will only
yield them at the end of long litigation.
They lunu delved trial In ' tho
suits brought by the eoinmis,ioners
upotMarious pretexts, and, tlie comiuls
slonern have been compelled to wait the
pleasure of the courts. Would tho Farm
ers' Association liave the cominUsloiiets
call out the militia of the, Slate and com
pel the courts to deeldo against the rail
roads luimedlately.und at the point of tho
bayonet V If nol.the Farmer' As-ochlloii
must learn to be patient, and wait until
the lumbering wagon of Justice
i.wiai i ;. VI !).,
The spirit of Investigation lias
possesilon of the Geucnil Assembly.
The Statu lloiue Comuiltdoucris at
i are to
The Penitentiary Commissioners are to
The Statu Institutions aro to bo Investi
gated. Williamson county Is to bo invest!
gited. That auytlilng will come of thu State
House investigation wo do not believe.
The gentlemen wholmo had thu wi.rk
lu charge, have, wo do not doubt, eonsel-
wmiou.iy performed their dulv. and
might, with tho law to Justify them, have
spent a much larger sum of money than
they have beiit. Tho JuvcMlgatioii ot
last Winter proved tills to our satisfaction,
mid, unless the commissioners have
been stealing llko Tweed or Shejiherd
during thu past year, they can show that
they have built a splendid bulldln" for
lesH.moucy than thu same kind of a build
ing has been constructed anywhere lu
tlw United Slates, That it lias not cost
J0NH K. ODERLY. Editor.
wore than It has Is n fact of the mot as
The Penitentiary InveMlffntlon may re
sult In benefit the State. We .-
there has bectfa screw looc In that in
stitution, and that , ""harp" mm have
managed It to their own advantage In a
financial way. Committees are likely to
weaken under the manipulation ot inc
courteous gentlemen lu charge of the
prison, but we nre sure that. If Imcslljta
llon Is made In good faith, much corrup
tion In the management of the prUon
will be developed.
The resolution of Hon. V. V.. Albright,
to obtain Information about the public In
stitutions of the Statu Is a step In the right
direction, and may elicit facts that will
bo of use in the attempt that shimhl be
made to correct the evils of the manage
ment of thoc institution.
lion. L. F. Platur' resolution to
mlc a committee to in?tlga!e
Hie Williamson equity mur
der, should be adopttd without tie
lay. Tin? . lawleMie in WlllbitiMHt
comity Is a digrar to the State. ih1 it
enue should be ascertained so that a rem
edy may h? applied.
Wv liope the lnvertwtlois my
vigorously pirid. ami th r-k of
them laid bvtorv lb iiblk at an early
nr.vn.vt r.TAX A.n lii kxiis.
Sect i n 1 of ArtfcW I. ot th .o-:t- j
tutlon ot th State i a folkw: 1
fhe Geixral .?.-cnibJy .-ball I
proviilc teh reivmK- as tisay
I'" .,...k":,i !
and eorimration 'hall pay a tax in pro-
porttontotne vaiuect nif. iK-roriiipnp-
erty-Mi'h valwto beaKrtalie l.y .Hia-
Kr-onorperK.nMooe fwcu-i or n,-
Iiointeti in mku mminer u in uenerMi
Asseinbir slmll uirecl aim not oineruiv. I
butth" Giiiernl Aetiibly shall have
power to tax inxldler. auctiomer-.
brokers. Iiau ker. menlmnt- .jmmi"in
mercliauts. showmen, jiiiru'ler. liinknit-
ers. grocery ke ht.. Iupmr dealers, toll- J
Hl?..liPf-.5s.r,l!::;.,,i:i,5?!M. -,t'K'2S?:,Ar,;A !
patent'! and person or corporations
owning, or u-ingir.ineiHM". ami privilege.-,
hi Mich manner tt it shall, from time to
time, direct by general htw, unit'irui in
to the elns upon which It operate,."
Hon. M. J. Inn-ore, ot this dlstriet,ha
Introduced into the House of the Gener
al A 'tctnbly a proposed amendment to
this section, as follows :
"The Central A embly 'hall liave
power to tux peddlers, auctioneer", brok
er, hawkers, merchants, cotuiui-'-lou
bridges, ftrrie, aud Insurance,
telegraph. expre- and railroad corpora
tions on tin ir gross earning-. er;ui on
their Incomes vender- of patents, pro-f'e-slonai
men, and peroui or corjxirN
lions owning or Using l"ranehi-c and priv
ilege. In Mien in iiiii -r as it shall lrom
lime to time direct by geju ral law, tiiii
f .rni as to the cla" upon which It ojx'r
ates : and the General Assembly sb:dl
aio liave power to provide such "further
revenue ns may ( needful by Ievyicg a
tax by valuation, so that every "jiern
and eorporatiou shall par a tax In pto
portion to the value of his her. or Its
property, such vnltsr to I- ascertained by
some ivrson or jr-on to be rtcct'-d or
Nppointel in soch m.tnner a tlie (imeral !
As-embly sliall direct, aud not other
wise." The Statt Joi-rnil. in a di-cil-lon of
this qic-1 kn. claim- that the General A
embly having jwner to rals; revenue by
a tax on valuation atxl "by a ux
on tlie ar.tcies sfiecifie In section
1 of Article IX." may rai-e the revenue
citicr by tax on valuation or tlie tax on
Ildhr'iHetiom'er-.A-e.: and that there
fore ilr. Inscore's propoed Hiie-mliiM iit
is unnecessary. "Hy an examination of
the second clause of section tlrst." avs
TKt Journal, "it will be u thatlt It pro-
1detl that tlw General Asmmbly Aaf
hare (tt that it sliall ao have). thpow.
er to tax objects and subjects, therein
specified. Suppose, then.it exercises this
Kv.er. will anyjone contend that its ex
erdM! would : voidlK-ctiu'e tlie mode by
valuation was not al'o provided for' TIk-v
arc lwih Independent power, and a law
providing for either mode would be con
stitutional." We agree with the Jmirnil. Let us
look at thl- matter a moment. The Gen
eral Avemhly may tax peddlers, auctioneer-,
Ac, and, if the revenue thus
produced Is not all that is needful, thall
rain- such a- Is needful by levying a tax
by valuation. Thl- is the coiiMitutiou as
It is now written; but Mr. Inscore cvl
ucntiy bci.uves that the roii'tructlon of
Si-ction 1 Article IX I, that all the n-ve
nut; that Is needful mut, If po-ible, I
raled by levying a tax by valuation ; and
that, if Mitllclcnt revenue cannot he raised
in ibis way, then n tax may be
mipo-eu upon pechllers, Ac., to
make up the deficiency. He Is
wrong. All that Is necearv, under the
constitution, to accomplish tlie object he
evidently lias In view. Is to enact a law-
providing for a lax upon peddlers, auc
tioneers, brokers, bankers, &e.
instead or making Section 1 Article IX
definite, we have no doubt .Mr. Inscore's
amendment would darken" it make it
more difllcult to underetand that it jiow 1
1 lie amendment piopo-ed hy Mr. Inscore
provides that thu General Assembly shall
have power to tax )eddlcr., auctioneers.
nroKcrs, bankers, merchant, eoinmUslon
merchants, showmen, juggler, ian-keeii-ers,
toll bridges, ferries and insurance,
teiegraiih, express and rail
road corporations on thtir grow
taming. I low Is the amount of the
gross earningsofa peddler.banker. slmw
man or Juggler, who is hero to-day and lu
anotherStatu to-morrow, to bu w-certalu-cd?
It may bo said that Mr. Inscoru does
not mean that Ihe.-o people shall bo taxed
upon their gros earning, but shall bo re
quired to pay fur a license todo business.
Then why did ho not wty so? Why does
he say that peddlers, bankers, showijien
and Jugglers, as well as Insurance, tele
graph, express anil railroad companies,
shall be taxed on their gross earning ?
Section 1 Article IX is good enough.
It might have been written more skill
fully, but It comes nearer expressing tho
meaning Its writer intended It to express
than Mr. Iiu.-oru's proposed amendment
docs to expressing what he wishes to ex
from the Ilo.ton A'UertUer
The .Senate debate on Mr. SehtintM
I.oulslaiia resolution was eontluuetl In-
Iledeclarld his iiiifiilteilng devotion to
oiiusjiuim; uii.t lv unurn.
the Itenubllcan party. Having likened it
to n ship in a utormy sen. he Mid; Let
thoe. wlio wish go ashore, but for my
part 1 sliall continue the vovage. If tho
ship goes down 1 shall git down with It,
whether on the de.'k or lit the hold Is for
the H'oplc of Wisconsin to say.
ltut when tlie ship is ralo d. as It
Indubitably will be when or how I can
not predict, the Great I'nderwritcr will
attend to tlint there will bo found still
limiting :if the peak a (lag on wbieli will
be emblazoned." litre the Snntor
trM to quote from the Declaration of In-deK-iMlenee.
but llnillnir hl memory
trettehcroits he appeaiil to Mr. t'onkllng
to Mp him out. aud tbeuobervel, "lint
I urn -.o tired I cannot remember the Dee
l.ir.itiin "f Iiidepmilenci, nnd think it
t!m to : p." and with this remark lie
Mr. KntTon: Iilwring under the in:
predion that I am the recipient of too
many thank from the SplritualNU for
my lecture recently delivered in this city
ami Vlneenn. I take thl opportunity,
with yor rml''Jon, to give a short
synopsis of that Wture in order that
yottr reetkrs may v hellier 1 vindicat
ed StsiritualUm r not. and thin Ixvamc
entiUesI to their e.trajieit esdogie. It
strikes ot a lUtie singu
lar that If I "ttnnuetkmaWy
pravfd SptritwiMsw to W trtir." that it
took ttw SptriSNalt'ts f Cairo tMiriy too
Muiiis to liad ii ont. and still more sin
enter, that Hoa. Warmt Ctiae -toukl g
iau the Frw ReBgioBm's halt uf thl?
cnr. and sneml an ewiilnjr in mitirowt-
1- t. Sh ruiar that lie boml write to
the lirr l.Ukt, puMlhel in Ho?-
ua. ami after aeknw Wsin-.' wlwt lie
dW w refcrenw to tl lertitre. teil tlw
renders of tliat papwthat Ik "coniiletely
controverted it. if tfw leetHro
.,rove, Sidrittial'in to be true.
- - . , f
noir or more --euinrMierwig . uk iu
to the lecture.
.... , . . ,
I Hrst showed what Spiritualism was
sixteen yenrp aso a few ?llly trich, long
11C.. expoeil. but eou-Ideretl thtn Jut as
wonderful a materialization i o-.or
u-4 a short time aso, for since my lecture
was written materialization ha been thor
oughly exjioied. I -howid from tlie pule
li-lied testimony of ih o-oullwl spirits
tlieinselves, that neither table-musing or
slate-writing is superuatUMral not the
workof -plrits atall. I then showed how
the trickery of tlie Fox girls Davenport
and Eddy brothers had been expocd to
the world and to their shame. (First in
stallment of thank.)
The next point I made ami proved
clearly, was that Spiritunllsm was neither
a science, system or res elation. (More
I then demonstrated at length that the
-o-called spirit performance cotihl lie
and were all produced by trM'kery (and
that Is the main feature in the whole
thing), or by li-.meri-iu. Psychology,
Clairvoyance. Ventrilofjui-m. Somnam
bulism, Mitid-Headiiig. Mind-Telegraphing,
Mental Hallucination or .Mental Cer
ebration. These could do and had done,
either singly or combined, all that was
ever claimed for tlie Sidrit. (Additional
1 nowhere aid in my lecture that Spir
itualism was equal to, or superiorto Mes
merism or Clairvoyance. It is far le-
than either, for it I not anything that
can stand the test of examination.
Following this come a sulHcieir.ly full
and humiliating expo-e of the Cairo tin-
trutniet and ehromo humbug, an expose
of Mott, of Foster of New York, iiid a
review of Robert Dale Owen's artide on
plrituali-ni in the Dcccinler number of
the Atlantic MontAly an article he wa
asliamed of ami would have gladly sup
I then showed what the spirits told the
people of Cairo, viz : that Mrs. HollU
was a fraud and gave the statement of a
distinguished Spiritualist of Philadelphia.
vi. : that "all matermlijition was a bum-
bug a thing that could not b and wa,
not done." I made an exhibit of the
ridiculousness of dark seance the frauds
practiced, the biinple. fooll-h contradict
ory character of thy oouimuiilcatlon-.and
the shameful tricks Imiio-ed bv "eminent
the above, Mr. Editor, is a verv briif
svnopls of that lecture.
Sulllce it to say that I occupied one
hour and a half in showing the w eakness,
fraud, unreliability, fwlt,hnes and
untruthfulness of that priin e of humbugs
Spiritualism; when lo'. andhuhold, the
Spiritualists gather in solemn conclave
kind extend me a vote of thanks fnr
"proving Spiritualism to be true." I
.1... !..(... . I . ...
mat. viiu tuicsi iiu j eii-iesi mhv di getllli"
out of dlllleulty? There Isn't one word
in that lecture of 8.1 pages that fu,r
opiruuansm in any coiiceivamo wa.
How then does it receive tills bleS-Ing r I
do not know, Mr. Editor, hut that I shall
lie driven to your conclusion, viz:
that "everything proves Spirit
ualism and take it all down,"
tin-trumjtcts false-faces, cheap pic
lures, slight-of-liand, slate-wriilng
with llngcr-nall pencils, table-knocking
and materialization (?) through a hole In a
Such u profusion ot thanks fpiltuovcr
coino me ns I subscribe myself,
Voui-s, truly, II. It. Thavi:u.
i. v. i: i.
No tuool any lonir r tsklns Hn Targe,
remilslve, grlpIiK, dnisti,, , , ,,a.pc,?;
p ll, conipi,cil oi crud mid bu'k hivtc
illenis and put up I 'i c'ie i wo (! nr pu to
hoard lmse. wlieu we run, I y a ciri fill
aiiplleatluii ofv'ifiiilea' selen-e, extract al
the c4tlintrle and otlur uieilieliml iiioii
ertlc. from the most alutl.e
inot-i ami heilis, nnd eonee-i-trite
tlirni Into a ml uto (ir.uit.ln, h:h cjiy
larger tliim ;i imistnrd m d, that cm uo
ro si i ly swalloweil hy tliu it .hu most
eiisltive stomachs ami fa,UU(,iiK m.i,
.ami of J)r. l'l cii'a l'n-imit I'liruutlvn
I'elletH repitisenls, In iho hum c mcnitrrfti d
firm. aMitiU'hcatliarlle rower as is eiulmd.
d In an of thu l.rco plIU fouiiit lor sale lu
the drug h irn. rr m their uor.d r ill
eatlui' tic power, In propurtl m lo ihelr size,
people wim have n t ttio.l tlictn iifiiinitto
Miieoi. tint tlij-y an, har.li or dr.'sthi
III cfleut, hut such Is not at the esse, llio
ill lure t m tivti medeinal plnMi a of
which they are coin mcd hrlng so ln,rm'in-Iz-il.
oiih hy iho other, in to produeo a
iiio-t K-relnn.. hm ihoieueh, jo- cuntly
ami kindly ui o ftti (,'ciiili iiih, I'liolVII.-ts
arc soul . y duato In to dn lu . l ii
It'nU i irr, l-iin Liu, niftlMli.r etui,
rlvkfilit C kb n I a allhrul ,li,.. -T.. .
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13 "On iKh Is a squat t.
S3-To r;uhr ailt ittl.cn r oTrr trior In
darrsarot. both as to rate of ctarsfj aixl nun
nrr of dlijlns thtir Uxort.
J3-NiKs lu local column fiirtl tor Kif
two Ct r line fr one Itnrrtkin, Twentj
CrsU a b fr two ltHrtln, Twenty-l'le
l ull i line far tlirr In,rrtion, Ttility-rne
.'rnb a lin fur one vttrk, aiyf -etentjr-Kite
tint Use forF.c nwntti,
Comtaunlcntlona upon subjects of cer.
eral Interest to tho public solicited.
D'AU ltler thaukl t-r Mtri.t t.
John ft. ofihitt.v.
f'n'ii'tent Cairo liillrtin Corel y.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Biwe?n V.uhlneton an t Commercial
Avonues, adjoining llanny's.
KLI.f.s t..l tale thl- Ut l!,ef. I'tll, Mullori
Veal. 1-aliilj, stua;r, Ac . rr.'i it ic
llr.1 to nr biliulii-a in an acci-i.taMi- nai.i.rr
BOX and BASKET CO
All klri'U bartl ant ion,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, iiC.
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Strcot and
Satweta Washington Mid Commercial
E. MAXWELL 6c CO.,
RAILWAY MACHINERY tad BUKKINO
No. 010 North Main Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
A0EKT8 ?0U FBBNCII PLUMBAOO OltB
Hotel and Restaurant
Two doars north of the Cairo und Vlnomnts
WB, WETZEL. Proprietor. HI
A rittJuTV watch kept nljsht ami day for
wmi iifttt of urrominiKlalloiK for truniliul
(.n. .in in inn iioiiuis ixTiuy
iMt'JtRZAiKf IICHlXilll-l SUSUInjUlUSU. V
J'"!'" ollk I'fM IJH, nalM lr anr Mali. M
JB!, ',''"1 vltU-t t.'f. T. SkuuIV
aaUaiaa8,ri.uiC.lll1Ih'Jr,tt Yt K
'Unqnestfonittily the lies! stistilned
work or tho Itinil In the World."
notickh ov imt rnnsn
The ev.r Incrradn cliculitlon of thin
'rt""i inuiiiiiij irove hi coDiinueu
ailnp Ion to popular iteslre.i and nseds. In-
(IpCll. Whl'lf tris llillit' Itiln hiiitf m.lii' hrtmn.
It penetrates ee.y uiontli, wo lmiat c n
tlilir It in one nt tut niucator as wed a
eiii"iin'iicri in me pun lu iiilml lorItv.tt
popular, ty has hcen won hy 'lio nf pent to
' lipid r.-JuJIecs or depraved tnst.jirtlos-
i-. i li.lr.iclcr which this M:itj:liie po-e-f.
lurv.trlii y.ttitrpri.e.aritl( Wcallli,
ami Iterai y eulture tlint has krit race whli,
If It has not led the Utiles, sheuM cs.uc its
conductors to reij.1 il it w.lh Jiftlllallr com
tlaceicy. It l-o ent tlss the in t a prrat
claim upon the public gratitude. Tho
Mazarine his dune loud nnd ntitctllall
the diy;-or lt life. Hiooklyu V.iglv.
Postage free to subcriirr In tho United
HarpcrV Majfazlue, one year ...J4 00
PI 00 includes prepayment of V. 8. po't
age hy tin- puhllslie k.
-uli-erlptlois V) llsrper'.s Musaziue,
Weekly, or ll.ijr. ti one ieliires for one
year, iflil tuj or twu ot Harper's periodi
ca , to one address fur one your, 7 00;
postage fn e.
An xtr.i c py ol either the Mag.i7.lne,
Weekly r llnz ir will lie -uppllnd gratis for
vv- ry elu! or tlw su'iscilbrt at $1 UI osch,
iu one rcuiltt u e; nr sl copies t.r Wl)0,
wllliout c.M u copy; postige flee,
IlieV tiuinliers can he supplied at city
A romp! I t e f It irper's Mair.uifne,
now couiprPliig 10 voluims, in n at eloth
lilndlnL'. will In- sent l (. ra., fralclit.it
Ihe etpn e of piireJu iT. for ii !5 h r
loliune. slngli wiluiii' s, hy in ill, ostpild,
in OJ. Clolh coe, fur li:odlnr, W cent,
hy all, etpild.
if.Ni'wipaper are not to c -py lhl id-v-
r'lenietit w thout tr.e expies order, of
llsrper.t ftr dh-r .
Address ilAKl'KU.V tlltO rHKK?, N. Y.
Is widely known
aoneot the most
ere 1 t icons
ia' the system
c i lejiiiwiit; tho
vlio.tv'Ki vUifivfiS tttK. i tlw! ten of
tiZSild-iiw j . rt. Willi a con-
.. b.-.od'-. :
r i:i.ul.: hie cures.
- mi I I" uctiiisl to
r 1 1 ni--:r..-; . ..
S n..ld i t 'i be s a
r!i! iron, an l y-' o rvareliin as to
eTvetu'!-.- ;f. r the rcat corrujv
t;ns of tli'' Woo l. s:i.-h as tin! scrof-
u v".i .-uul i . ;.l.uiuc con..miination.
I.niiii'itics or ifi?c u-cs lliat hate lurked
i:i tin' ysrm for jeirs sotm jieH to
tiis ponVrfil n-.'ik'e, .-lid disappear.
I.'ence i"s sMnderfnl curts. tnanv of
.-h: li an- p-iliii ' knot.a. of Scrofula,
ml all uTofiilo.u di.-cascs. Ulcer,
Kriiptious and cnipthe iliordcrs of
the skin, Ttttiiors, Hiotclics, lioils,
iMniple.--, Pustules, Sores, St.
lutliottj'.'S Tiro, Ifose or Kr.v-
ijiclr.s, Totter. Salt Kliciim,
Scald Hi'ail. Itiiifnvnrin, and in
t rr.il Ulcerations of tlm I'terus,
.' loir.at'li. and Livor. It Io cures
c.h. . eo nr'aints, to v.hkh It would not
so. n f-peti iViy adtpted, tw h as Drop
sy, Dysipupsla, Fits, Neuralgia,
Heart JJisca.sc, J'cm.'tlo Wcak
n ass, Dehllity, and l.oucorrlifea,
when they are manifestations of tho
It in .in excellent restorer of health
and slienth in the Spring, lly renew
ing the apieiUc and vior if the dies
tlt e orjran', it diipntes llie depression
Bnl litlcss lanjnor of the season.
Ksen where no disorder ajijx'ars. peojile
fi-s'l better, Riul live longer, forclean-in
th" liloo 1. 'llio svstem innves on with
rene-l vigor atnf a new lease of life.
Dr. J. C. AYER L CO,, Lowell, Mass..
mctff'W ami Analytical Cittnliti.
SOU) IIV ALL MlfOGI.T3 S.VCRT WJICBB.
Kvcrv year iucrenfics the populari
ty of this valuable I lair 1'rejmration ;
which is due to merit alone. We
can assuro our old patrons that it is
kept fttlly up to its lii.nli htatidard;
nnd it is tlie only reliable mid perfect
ed preparation for lestoiiui; Gkav
on I-'adi:!) Hair to it youthful color,
inakiuy it Hoft, ltt.strotH, and tiilken.
The scalp, by its use, becomes white
and clean. It removes all eruptions
and dandiufl', and, bv it tonic projj-
enies, prevents ttie iiairirom fulling
out, as it Htimulatcs and nourishes
the hnir-fdiititls. By its use, the hair
crows thicker and stronger. In
baldiies?, it restores tho capillary
glands to their normal vigor, nnd
will create a new irovth, except in
extreme old age. It is the most eco
nomical HAfit DitnssfNo ever used,
as it requires fewer applications,
and gives tlib hair a Kplendid, glossy
appearance. A. A. Haves. M.D..
btato Assaver of .Massacliuselts, snys,
il'l'l .'!. . . , '
i iiucuiisiuuuiiiH are pin e, aim care
fully selected for excellent miality;
mm i consnier 11 tne 1ji:st I'iilpa
itATioN' for its intruded purposes."
4W l'j all DrugQhti, nnd Dealer! (n Mtdictntt.
rrico uno Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
As our Henewer in many casea
requires loo long a time, and too
much care, to restore gray or faded
Whiskers, wo liavo pieiarod this
dye, iu ona preparation ; which will
quickly and eHectuully accomplish
this result. It is easily applied,
nnd produced a color which will
neither rub nor wash oil'. Hold by
all Druggists. Price FiRy Cents.
Minufactured by F.. P. HALL & CO.,
"IjlOlt lie i. tsy cmc of hcmliml Wrukurts,
J I' t Mi ilminl ami nil ilisorileM lirniiKlit
mi Ijv lii'llscrclloiis or exerts Any Druggist
has Ihc InKinlicuts.
, AiKiitsa, J)r. U, IlilrON A TO .
1-21'UiVw.ly tlncluuatl, Olilo
DIIUGGISTH1 FANCY GOODS,
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Wv.v r iiuwriii iini i iiiuiiut
r'- "'''f ' '"fr l'rlac'an'l'inirrii fmin l itxat. t'liysirians a nil (mi
of n.sls in ' '.r -liiiiiil'"St. I'lalilalw.ii and lajillly Jlssllcme Cum
Diini Mini iiiui'ic iiru'.ai riss.nai;ic ran
WIIOLESAZjF, Sc. RETAIL CAIRO RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION"
74 Ohio Levoe. I I Waahfnirtoi Av., Cor. 6ti St.
MANUFACTURED BY ,
The Sprague Can Opener C-
V EOCHE8TEE, HT.-X.
ShjidJ be kM by the Hardware, firoccry, and Canned1
(oods Trade everywhere.
:r :rrs: zz" sent :r zzt iakh vjz vunil
ED1VIUND HUEFNER, Proprietor.
54 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
This house contains 35 good rooms.
Travelers will always find the best accommo
dations. A trusty watch for trains and boats day and,
We have replenished our Job Printing Oflicc with
many fonts of new type and have orders out for other
fonts of the latest popular styles. Wo are determined
to establish the reputation of our oflicc for first-class
work, aud make our prices so low that the most enthu
siastic patrons of foreign cities will be compelled to ad
mit that we do work at lower prices than any other of
fice in the country. Mr. Oberly, admitted to bo ono of
tho best practical job printers West and Sout!:
assumed personal supervision of tho job priming lo
partment, and will endeavor to give satisfaction to our
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
COLLIEll WniTE LEAD,
m lurnlslinl i r n
II III .riitl ,Sainj,lr, l'rrr, on rtrrlpt of 33 CtsU.'