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Rvalue .MMIr on Kytry rnge.
JOHN II OBERLY, Editor.
At tlif IKMuoorntJc primury election In
I'rttlnciih this wtvk r"l voles were polled.
Vcrv small city.
nlone. But we do not propose to take
Usui with thr coiiunlttee. We arc ll s
olKMllent servant. We then-fore voir
"Aye" upon tlic first recommendation.
'flint fund Mionld be In the trr.n-
nry In-fore tiny work propond to Ik; done
under special iwH-sstnent is done or con
tracted for. Hut It' n person will do the
work and njiree to wnlt until .the net
tnent 1ms been ninde nnd tins tax
collected, tlien the work muy
be proceeded wllli. Upon tills
recominend.itlon we vote "Aye."
a. That the ofllees of Comptroller nnd
a fjreat pressure will be brought upon the
Opposition party to Induce It to drive the
d d nhgof out of the public schools, and
give him no opportunity to become edu
cated. Thu inlL'ht bIvc the party tempo
rary advantage, but It would be a shame.
IMucate thu negroes In separate school.
I hey do not wish mixed schools. No
body docs. Huteducatc them. If nsked
to drive them out of the iJiool., don't.
The danger Is, that the Opposition may
do too much. Don' I.
CAIRO MARKETS-WHOLESALE. '
Corrrclcit Dallvfoy K At Slennu, cODimtiiton
men-hunt, fcittttary of the Culio llo.inl of
Tradf.
Flour, arcnrtllng to Krwle..
Corn, mlu-l, aarkl ,
Uom, wlilU1, ackrd
Out, mixed ...
limn, r ion.........
Al.AI. hirillll UllCTI .
ltnttpr. t'hfilr Northern lull .
llutter, choice Huutlurn Illlnoli .
(.'aiu-extku has UWn from, his high
nine, ami nov, iook ...... ... 1 Suncilntendcnt of Streets be abolished.
oii-ogan. uciMiie i.r.M imei. but the Couiinlttce on Streets shall an
point It own Superintendent. 'Aye.''
J. Ifiiilllfttnti nf .ttrtpt. Avii'
The Paducah litntntkiim pivMimes
...... ,... I'.. ..., II PrtiH. trnniM will visit
......in ...,.,.,, t in il.t. Hut really, the Committee Mionld have
...... i. .iii-i ' " reported against permitting police of-
z. r. rrrz tlcers to enjoy ten per cent, of the tines
.luiimt UiuowM.i. has luitueed tne I nctunlly collected. II this were
House to pan a bill allowing women to I thrown Into the treasury It would Increase
hold the ofllce of notary public. Mr. I tlc avenue of the city .onic twenty-live
Palmer, when he was Governor, vetoed a or nfty dollars per milium.
bill of the eajne kind.
Tin: workliigmcn, who me being ucd
by the Itadlcal.', of l'uducah, nnd the
Dcinoci uts of that city will have a politi
cal tussle at the municipal polls 1nls
Surliii-. The tcinncrt In the tea not is
becoming fearfully furiou-.
Wiiks the 'Conspiracy' does not sue-1
cecd In making Speaker Unities angry,
the House does a great deal of work.
The tiowsnaner men object, and assure
.'mud 0. That the city government
t-liall be conducted on aeah basis hereaf
ter. "Aye."
The Committee has done well. Its
work will stand for a year ut least, and
before that time some municipal states
man will have a greater reform to sug
gest, nud we will nil be ready to accept It.
TUT. MAYOU AM THKfOIAM.-lMIX,
Vc have suggested time and again that
It Is an outrage upon the patience of the
people of the city to have n small-pox
tlte-publlc, when me no iw .as hospital located within n stone's throw of
was ttneventAil and the porceedlng stu
pid.
Tub refusal of the Opposition party in
the House to investigate the question of
the eligibility of Mr. Gehrlng to a scat,
was a mistake; mid the subsequent adop
tion of a resolution to Investigate the
question when It was put on to a resolu
tion to Investigate the question of the eli
gibility of Mr. Clatlin to a seat was
stupidity.
"7" .. . ., county should. The county collects
Tim Sim says that, ever since that pa- ... ,, , ' ,.
, .1 , IU1 .......... u. .JV.J, ......
per was cstauiisneu in uauo aim iuur. ,..,.,., ,,... ,.,.., ,., ,i..iiiti.. .mll.
Kcpubllenti measure mat us euuor ue- ,mtlent
the High School building, and close to a
thickly populated portion of the city
The Mayor takes this suggestion for n
text, nnd addresses the council thus
The general government takes care of
sick murines. The Sisters have a contract
with the government to nurse all sick
marines who land at Cairo. If u marine
landing here has the small-pox, it is the
duty of the Sisters to nurse him, under
their contract with the government
But If the Sisters do not do so, the
llercd were honest, the ucm.ktix has
een In a stew. The Sun lias favored,
no Rebubllcan measure. It has
tavoreil no measure of any kind. It has
bad no opinion on any subject that It has
boldly advocated. It h occasion
ally Intimated that It did not approve this
or that measure of ltsparty.but ithas with
great regularity swallowed lt. wools.
Ham Iho Bct.u:Ti. objected because the
Sun would not do the bidding of the Hc
publlc.iii ring mn-ter-i of Alexander V We
have never been luturmcd that Iho .Vim
was bidden to do anything by the Itepub
llcan ring mat''r of this county, and
therefore u.mld not object that the .S'i
had refiiii! to do their bidding. And by
the way, who am the gentlemen included
in the expression: "KcpiiMiuiu ring
master. of Alexander countyV" The.S'nii
lias heretofore bwn too cowardly to men
tion their nanio-, but I'opo Is not. here
now, and Munn U gone, and KUhcr 1
not dangerou-, and lllnl U not I'onuUhi-
ble. and the .Sim may screw Us cottr.igo
to the point of denouncing them.
The Sun is wonderfully wise when
ilircu.sing political matter.'", anil rhes
Into originality when handling the ques
tions that have grown out ot alf.ilrs at the
South. Our neighbor would move
promptly to a solution of these ques
tions. He advise the l'rc.-idcnt. to kick
out of olllce the Kellogg people, and
the members of thu Louisiana legislature
e'.i'Cted last November, and order a new
election. The President having concluded
that an election In n State has leen un
fairly conducted has the legal right to de
clare null and void such election and or
der another election, and If Its results do
not pleae lihn, ha tho right to set H
midc also, and so continue until he pro
cure uti election thai docs please lilm!
This Is In clleet the doctrine the Sun ad
vocates, nnd is obnoxious lo every con
sideration ot patriotl-m.
Tiik .Vim boasts that It Is the advocate
of Republican mca'tircs that are honest.
Will it oblige us with further Information
on this subject ? Tell ne, neighbor, what,
In your opinion, are Republican measures
that are lionet. With which of the dN-
UnguUhed Republicans of the land does
the .Vim agree'? Tbe.S'ui opposed the civil
rights bill and supported Clement, who
voted for it nnd was pledged to vote for
It as often as it was prcented to Congress.
It favored hard money and upportHl soft
money candidates. It denounces the op.
preiIon of the Southern people, and pro
fesses to belong to a party that Inaugu
rated and now sustains the oppression
measures under which the States South
arc groaning. Butler and Morton would
suuaiu Kellogg; the Sun denounces
them. Carpenter would dtposc Kellogg:
and order a new election ; the Sun de
nounces him. The Sun, In short, has the
political blind staggers, and U out of lis
little head.
The cltv fchould not be asked to care.
for small-pox patients.
However It would be well If the gov
eminent represented by Mr. Klsher, and
the county represented by Mr. Fisher,
and the city represented by u committee
in:.
THU UCOAOHY COMMITTEE'S
1'ORT.
Alderman Halllday's rctrciwhmcntaud
economy committee reported to thecoun
clllast Wednesday night, It uportcd
several things.
1. That the city shall assess and col.
lect Its own taxes. It is claimed that the
city can collect ltd taxes for $700 less than
is now pniu to tlic bherltl. But there Is
the Assessor we must elect, SJ00 ier an
hum ; and the Treasurer who must be
paid lor collecting $300,-a total or $C00.
'I'M- I . ..
.11.3 oKiiiii uV u nut aviiig oi fjioo per
muuim, ii ine committee has not made s
niibtake in Its llgurcs. Then It Is proba
oie, mat next year, the Assessor would
move for more salary, and get say
ow ; anu me 'i rensnrer, on account of
mis auuuional labor, ask for and get, say,
WOO. 'The total would ihcn lMiSl,20o)
and the Increased expense, $.VX). But
then the city would get its taxes Into the
trasury sooner than it does
may be very desirable, but wo are inclin
es, w wuere mat. Ul() Treasurer ourijt
not to be the Collector, and that it Is al
ways good policy to let uell enough
should tret toccthcr and talk the matter
over.
Wo agree with the Mayor In his con
elusions, and generally In his argument
Hut Mayor Wood does not seem to
comprehend the .situation
It is the duty of the Sister to take care
ot murines allllctcd by small-pox, but
must the Council therefore permit the
Sister. to caie for such marines within a
lew feet of the public schools? If the
Sister were to movu their hospital next
door to the Mayor's residence, hu would
probably suggest that the Council should
enact an ordinance prohibiting the Sisters
lroni receiving any person allllctcd with
a contagious disease Into their hospital.
What would be tho result? The Sisters
would provide a hospital for buch pa
tients elsewhere.
We do not wih the Council to provide
for the care of small-pox patients in a
.spirit of charily, hut to protect the peo
ple of Cairo Irom the dreadful disease.
Every year it create a panic. People
with children are In dread for months.
Tho business of the city Is injured by the
alarm it creates. It is therefore the duty
of the city authorities to prevent it possi
ble, the presence of tho disease in the city,
anil to isolate it when it does make Its ap
pearance. r "" '"' "
OO.VT.
Because the downfall of the Opposition
party In this f-tatc would bo In part "our
funeral," nnd because also the action of
the Opposition members of the General
Assembly now hi scslon at Springfield
will do much to build up or tear down
the party, we propose to venture at
this time upon u lew words of advice to
the gentlemen who have In charge the
intcresU or the "Coalition" of the Dem
ocrats and Independent Reformers.
We will not suggest what shpuld be done.
We w ill bo satisfied with tlie'nttcntlou of
the leaders or the House and Senate w hile
we whisper Into their ears : "Don't."
We may be mistaken, but we are In
clined to believe, that the conspiracy of
the Troublesome Triumvirate thu cour
teous Ciilloni, the oratorical Connelly
aud the blatant Jones to anger Speaker
Haines has been successful, and has not
contributed any great amount of prestige
to the Opposition party. The Triumvi
rate should not have attempted to take
advantage of the prominent Inllnnlty of
thebpeaKer. It should have been more
magnanimous, lint in those days of
grab nil," when there U no chivalry
visible, it Is not surprising that C, C. &
J. had the nudaclty to ilse to points of or
der. It is however surprising that Speaker
Haines permuted them to make him an
gry and unjust In his rulings. He should
not have done so ; and, if he will permit,
we will advise him that w hen hereafter
lie feels like becoming nil
gry at the Triumvirate, lo don't.
Yi e may be mistaken, but arc inclined
to believe, that Mr. Hcrron, who may be
backed by the Speaker, Is endeavoring to
make his aeephclous no-headed govern
ment resolutions a political Issue. He
is evidently attempting to Induce the Op
position caucus to endorse them. Don't.
We may bo mistaken, but believe, that
an attempt ii being made to persuade tho
Opposition party in the General Asscm
bly to emasculate the railroad law of the
State by amending out of it theTldrdaiid
Eighth sections. Don't.
Wc may be mistaken, but believe, that
the Opposition party may be coaxed to
abolish the board of Railroad nnd
ivarenouse commissioner. To do
to would be to weaken
thu forces now nrculni? nnm,
the railroad monopolies of thu State
would compel us to begin the battle over
"gam on new ground and at great dlsad
vantage. The abolishment of the board
at nun time would bo a monopolist vic
tory. Don't.
Wc may ho mistaken, but believe, that
I'orxoniil !t (..'.
Von Arnlnt Is at Nice.
Matt, come home and rest.
Coats arechanglng color at Madison.
John nioonicr, of Omro, Is reported
bankrupt.
II. II. Wood, tho actor, has taken to
the Unitarian pulpit.
Archbishop Manning's blundcibus
has belched again; 200 pages.
Ills thought that Jones will live
long enough to vote for Cariienter.
The Baron St. Leonard, formerly
Lord Chancellor of England, died Sun
day, aged 01.
Mrs. Olive Perry Rice, of Indianapo
lis, has Inherited an estate of $00,000,000
In Pennsylvania.
Sheridan Shook has shaken oil his
responsibilities as Commissioner of Ar
mories nnd Drill-rooms.
Sonic one remarks that If Andy John-
son had died the iicwHinpcr.s couldn't
have been more complimentary.
New York Graphic : "William How-
Id, nt &!, Is still well, hearty, and happy.
He knows Howilt is himself."
Wnlt. W. Whitman set an example
worthy to be followed by the "Poet of
Kluulckiimick I'laU." He has been
reading his poems In Xcw Jersey for the
beiiolUoT the poor.
The N. V. .Vim nays: "Now that
Francis D. Moultoii has finished his tcstl
inony lu tho Brooklyn city court it I
only proper to say that his evidence has
been given with singular clearness, Intel
Hgcnce, ami propriety; that in a pro
tracted, minute, nnd most pertinacious
cross-examination he has not been led
Into any slgnllleaiit contradiction; that
he has explained some things that looked
dark lu his own connection with the
scandal; and that ho leaves the stand
with public opinion much more favorable
to him than It was when he wits sworn
n a witness."
rfilfkcnt. utrunzen
Turkey, KTiloin..
Allium, CilUlEC, tKl uni:
Apiilra. common, i
l'utntocit, cr barrel
unions, IK.T arrc.
Iluckwlient flour.,
llye flour
EiSV'Thi! materialized spirit of Samol
set, an ancient Indian cbletlaln, appeared
at a Cooper Institute (New Vork) seance,
the other evening. The medium of the
occasion, u Mr. Warren, I obliged to
smoke an opium cigar before he can get
into communication
with Samolsct
Most any mortal can sec Indhns, aud
niter smoKiug an oiii
two. xsotiung marvciou.
- j
perhaps serpents,
ii in cigar or
about that.
Consumptive.!, Tak Hotle.
Kreiy moment nf delay makes yojr cure
more hopeless, and iniicli depends on tlic
judicious cliolco of a remedy. The amount
of testimony In favor ol Dr. Hchenck
Pulmonic fsvrun. as a euro for conuimitlon
tar exceeds all that can be brought In mp
nort the tirctensions oi anv ot nor m?uiclr,e
Bee Dr. Bchenck's Almanac, containing tna
certificates ot many persons ot tbu htutiost
respectability, who Lave been restored to
health, after bclni: nronouncei Ineurabl
bv nhvilclans ot acknowledged ability
Sclienck's Pulmonic: Syrup ulouu has cured
many, as tbeso evidences will show ; but
cure Is often promoted by t.ie employment
or two oiuer reuicuiei wmen nr. sciiciick
provides forlliomimoss. Then addition
remedies are Sclienck's Sea AV'sed Ton!
and Msndrako Pills. Ily the timrly use o
tncte mciir.inci, necoruuir to mrcciion
Dr. Schenek certifies that most any case ol
consumption may u curcu.
Dr. Sehenck Is professionally at his prln
c Dai nnice. corner mxiii anu Arch bis
Philadelphia, every Monday, whire all let
teriloradrlceumstbc addressed.
U-a-dtw-lni.
HK A i, ustati: aji:.t.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
Real Estate Agents
Ri, JMTUOJfll..
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rjMlU UUU.KTl.V UiuiWIilinlenrymoiiiing
(except Monday) lu She Uallttlti UulldluK, cor-
ntr WaililnEton atf nue aud Twelfth street.
TtlK llCLLirriK Is rru-d to lily subicrllTM by
faithful carriru at Twenty-Kile LVnU a Week,
payable weekly. lJyMall, (Inadrauce), l()per
annum) tlx lauutbt, 6 tbree mouths, 3 one
month, $1 23.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
1'ublUljut every Tliuixlny mornlnrnt (1 S
pernniuini, Invariably lu ailmnce. HiepoiU,
on Hie VKly will be iirejulJ nt IhU oilier, io
th.it euberllK'rs will obtalu it for a ubcri)tIon
rice of $1 n jciir.
AUCTIONEER S ,
KSecond l'loor,)
OAinO, ILLINOIS.
3UY and sill real ettate, iwy lxi, Ainilth
abitruct or title.
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Real Estate
HOUSE
COLLECTORS,
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AKD
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Between Waahlngton and Commercial
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BUTCHER
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Bolweeu Wnalilnuton and Commercial
Avenuee, atljolnliiff Htuny'e.
KKKl'B f,.r baU tliv 1,mI Il.it, l'ork, Mutton
4l, Ijimli, t-mimge, Ac . and U jiro
inr1 to m n ramillr In an acceptable uianntr
ADVERTISING RATES.
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ducementi, boUi ni to rate ut charge and man
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CAPITAL , $100,000
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TT 1' IIAI.I.IDAY, I'reildrnt
1IKNKY I. IIAI.I.IDAY, Vleel'rest.
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WALTKU HYiI.01', Aek't Chlr.
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II. I.. IUli.huv
Ci. D. WlLLUUnOH,
A II
Mheciom
flTI.mi, It It. Cl-.-OilKUIUH,
"l!iiiiietlnnbly tho br-t sustnlnert
Morlt rili kind lu tlio World."
HARPER'S"MAGAZINE,
tI.I,lt.HTItATJ:i.
N0MCK8 OV 1UK VHKM,
Tlio over Incroiiiliij? cl.'culatlon ol tide
excellent monthly proves Iti lorjllnutd
nJup'liin to popului'dcklrri nnd lipeds. in
deed, when wo llilnk Into lio vv ninny lioinci
It penclr.itui clciy inoiilli, wo liuit col.
hldorltnaonu oi iho educator nt well ax
cututnlnorii of the puli Ic mlud, furltt vit
popularity ha beun won by no appeal lo
i tild j rcjudluusl or depraved tastes. llo-
I'ldlnhv.
ilit ch.-uact'r which tlili M(tazlne POf
aee1 forTii'le'y.cnterprliie.artliitluWt'iiltli,
and literary culture Hint liar kept pnen wllli,
if It luw not led the limes, kIi iuIi! catisj Iti
conductors to rcuard It with lustltlablo com
I'lacet cy. It r.lo entitles thctn ti n grnit
claim upon tlio public gratitude. Tho
Mn.'.iino has done L'ood nnd not cMlall
tho dsy ot Its life. llrooklyn Ksgle.
TKltMS :
otage frco to Mih'crlbcrs In tho t!nlted
.laics.
Ilatpcr'n Miin.liic, olio year W
il (Hi Include prepayment of U. S. pol-
an' 1 v the liulillflicl".
. . .. . . , .
mi iscriiiuons i.i iinnicri. .iincnnic.
Weekly, or lt.izar, to one addr.-x for oiui
ear, 1 10 (0: or two of liarrer pe rtom
a , to one ndJren for one nr, $7 la);
otplrcc.
An extra cinv ot either the MaM.lnr.
Weekly or lt.izsr will ho Mipplled cf.ill for
every cum oi me fuuscriuirs ai ?i up eacn,
in one reniuiince; or mi eopie ur tajou,
ultbnut extra coin: notscc Ircc.
Hack number-, can lie Mipplled at any
lime.
compute Kt of llarer laRa.lre,
now coiiinrlMne Hi iumi . in n-ni oioin
MmlliiL. will ho etit by oxprenj, frrlclit al
the cpeuc "f purchifrr. for 52 'it prr
volume. MitgH volume, i.y mall, po'.ip.ii.i,
f.l (XL Cloth ie, for blndliijf, ?S cent.
hi- mal. rnttnld.
tJ.Newiia!ers are not to eop.v this id-
verll-etnent withoiil the exjire- urdirt of
Harper A HMilirr. ,
AUJrci iiAiiri.ii .v hu.i i iii.ii.-, i.
Ayer's
Sarsaparilla
Is widely known.
as one oi ine moi
cll'cctual rcmc
dies cicr tlifcov-
ercd for clcms-
ttnp tin. vf..m
Knifnml filiritVlnt. till!
5??x'uIixmI. it lias
fw Etood tlic tcft of
...
jinr.s Willi a con
Mnntly ri-owiii
reputation, bajed on it . intrincie irttioi
nnd Ftl-talncd !)' its rcuiarl..iiilc ouivs,
.So inil.l as to bo Kifo mul beneficial to
cliildrc.i. mul vet fu scnn-liins as to
circctuallv piirile out tlm "icat corrup.
lions of the blood, such .is tho ?crof-
ulom anil fvnhilitic contamination.
impurities or (iWasos that hue lurked
in the system fur years toon yield to
tills powerful antidote, anil diwippear.
Hence its wonderful cures many of
which me publicly known, of Surolnlii,
ami all scrofulous die.is.c, Ulcers,
Irruptions, and eruptive di'onlcrs of
the skin, Tumors, liiotciies uous,
IMmples, Pustules, .Sores, br
Anthony's Fire. Ifoiu or Ery
sipelas. Tetter, Suit IUieiim,
Scald Head, liinrworm, and in
ternal Ulcerations of tlio Uterus,
Stoinneli, nnd Liver. It alfo cures
other comjilalnt, to which it would not
accm especially .ulaptcd, tuch as Drop
sy. Dyspepsia, Tits, Neuralgia,
Heart Disease, Tetanic Weak
ness, Debility, and LoucorrlHra,
when they are manifestations of the
fcrofiilotis"oi(onf.
it is an excellent rctorcr of health
and strength in the Spring. Uy renew,
iti the appetite nnd vigor of tlie diges
tive organs, it dissipates tho ilcp.vfiuii
and listless languor of the season.
Even where no disorder appear.', peojilo
feel better, and live longer, for cleansing
the blood. The system mows on with
renewed vigor and a new lease of life.
rjiKP.inh'D by
Dr. J. C. AYER At CO., Lowell, Mass.,
J'raetUut and JnulytUat Cltrmitlt.
BOLD nT a LI. DBUOOIJTS LVERYWIfEJIE.
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IMS BIWIH9I
Twit-
Exchange, Coin und United States
Bonds Bought nnd Sold.
DKI'OSITri rfcslTtd and a gentral banklnff
budnoidoua.
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1800.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
orriciiu:
A. II SAFI-Oltll. I'lesldent.
. S. TAYI.OIt, V'lie I'miileiit.
V. IIYhl.Ul', iseu'riuurireiisuicr.
DIRT.CTOnSI
I. t. IliUCI.AT, ClUS rijtLIOIIMI,
V. M. KTOCKrLCTII, 1'Al'Lli bciil'll,
U. II. CCMMKUIIAU. II I,. llALLIUAY,
J. X. I'llII.LII
INTEUKST paid on drpnalla at the rate of tlx
percent, per uniuiiii. Starch Ut and ftptvm
her Ut, Intarfit not wltlnlntwii Imuldwl Inline
dlntely to tbe pilncipal of the Uvpotiti, thereby
Kivhu; them coinuound lultu-st
MABEIED WOMEN AND CHILDBEN MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY AND NO ONE ELBE
CAN DRAW IT.
Opao (Ttry butluefiday nom 9a in to 3 p. in
and laturday CTeninga fur aavlng Urpoilt only
from S to 8 o'clock.
W. HYST.OP, Traauurer.
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
W iloo ac'i
Corner Poplar and
aaiooix.,
EUvanth StrU,
em mm
mmm
IHIUiMilNTN.
BARCLAY
BROS
Wholoanlo ftud Retail
DRUGGISTS
AS I)
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS j.
r.
-lAIIiERS OF
AND
PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES,
DRUGGISTS' FANCY" GOODS, COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW GLA3!i,
BRUSHES. SOAPS. COLORS, OfL.I,
TUBE COLORS, DYE STUFFS.
CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY,
VARNISHES, ETC., ETC.
'VVTK willcit rorr.KKnil.,nn,aii. nnli r- li'.in linunritta, Ilivolrlnns ami Onfral .on' In wan
V of l-.mkI. In .ur line hl.siinlHuit, l'li.i.l..ll.)ii nr.U I'jJitily JImIIcIiii- l un lumliljni ur U'
tlll.d Willi iHialilc UlWK" at Inuoiiadle mli"
WHOLESALE Cz RETAIL, CAIRO
7' Ohio Ltivoe. I
I RETAIL t& PRESCRIPTION
I VuUato5 Av., Cor. 8th St.
B1A? u.
MrniRheit Cash Frioo paid for
Hogt and Cattlt.
U ';"UM
U t: err.
EOCHESl T"
In ''! I v tli" II.it 1 ' anncd
dui Trade i r.
; rv-:r cr rr.t ..it: vmzve.
inll .rail .Similar, I'rir, on rtctlfl .'.'. CV.
VEGETABLE SICILIAN
HAIR
ENEWER
Every year increnses tlio lionulari-
ty of this valuable Hair I'rejiaration ;
which is duo to merit alone. Wo
can assure our old patrons tlint it is
kept fully up to its high standard;
and it is the only reliable and perfect
ed preparation for restoring Giiay
on Fadi:d IIaih to its youthful color,
making it Boft, lustrous, and silken.
Tho scalp, by its use, becomes wliito
and clean. It removes all eruptions
and dandruff, and, by its tonic prop
erties, prevents the hair from falling
out, as it stimulates and nourishes
the hair-elands. By its use, tho hair
grows tliicker and fitronger. In
baldness, it restores tho capillary
glands to their normal vigor, and
will crcato a new growth, except in
extreme old age. It is tho most eco
nomical IIaih Dkhssino over used,
as it requires fewer applications,
and gives tho hair a splendid, glossy
appearance. A. A. Hayes, M.D.,
Stato Assay er of Massachusetts, says,
"The constituents nro pure, nnd care
fully selected for excellent quality;
and I consider it tho Bust Piicr-A-itATiox
for its intended purposes."
SvU ly all Drugglttt, and Dmitri in Medldnu,
X'rloo One Dollar.
Buckingham's Dye.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
As our liencwcr in many cases
requires too long a time, and too
much care, to restore gray or faded
Whiskers, wo Imvo prepared this
dye, in one preparation ; which will
quickly nnd effectually accomplish
this result. It is easily applied,
and produces n color which will
neither nib nor wash off. Sold by
all Druggists. Prico Fifty Cents.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
NASHUA, N.U.
PRESCRIPTION FREE.
FOK the apwaly cur of Samlnal IVwiknua,
Iot Manhood and all UUordei. bioiight
en by ImlUcratloni or txct, Auy Umgi'Ul
BM tne ingiednnu,
Addrait.
Ml-dArMY
Pr. H. HILTON ft CO ,
Clnffionari, Ohio,
PLANTERS'
HOTEL.
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor.
54 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS,
This house contains 35 Rood rooms.
Travelers will always find the best accommo
dations.
A trusty watch for trains and boats day and
night.
-PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Wc havo replenished our Job Printing Ollioo with
many fonts of new type and have orders out tor ther
fonts of the latest popular styles. AVo aro determined
to establish the reputation of our office 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 wo do work at lower prices than any other of
fice in the country. Air. Oberly, admitted to bo one of
the best practical job printoi'3 West nnd South, has
assumed personal supervision of the job printing de
partment, and will ondeavor to givo satisfaction lo our
many patrons.
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