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JOHN II. OBEHLY, Editor.
Mr. llr.Niiv WiNtr.it U camltilnte for
Mnvor. We lnve nu objection. Let
him take the ollice. We ore not tlic
r.ltv's keener, ami nrolmlily a coiinlc of
jtmm of Mr. Wluur would bo ti ill
rtpllnc (lint would tlo Cnlro good.
Jack Wixtkii, the Aim cays, propon-i
to irlvc the salary of Mayor, In tin- eu'iit
of his election, to sonic charitable ttr-
poe. Jack a humorist, and tiilrttil,
that, "Since charily l;"jrlnat liomcuud I
am n tit subject for Its display, I think Mr.
Winterkill ut the iimUofllN Honor's
alary." Very jroodturJncI..
Titr. nulleiin fttuirs nil the udrf null
niciitiiuwiirusmloptitl by the committee,
except that nllowin? the Chief of Police
to enjoy 11) per tfiu. 01 uie imp. j'h.
Jtcally tlic Sun U stupid. We referred
to the recommendation of the committee
that the police should have 10 per cent, of
the tines nctually collected, to call utten
tlon to the fact that the police would get
little money br reason of thU privilege,
Sarcasm, my bov ; MtrcnMii. But Davis
U such n solemn old cu3, ami n Mircasm
or joke cannot pet Into hUhcnul not t)c
cause It Is full, though.
The liultettn Is In flivorof cour.-o of
requiring1 the oor dravincu to pay W
cents for a Hcene whlcli the City Clerk
Is paid by n mlnry to lne. Sun,
Stuff! If the Sun believes the poor
draymen can Ik; caught by such cliafTitl
mistaken. If the fee for licence i not re
tjulreJ of the 'H)orthiiyinen," It could
not be required of the rich merchant.
But the Clerk it not paid n "alary for is
suing HcciiH'. Ho will be paid 000 for
keeping the record of the city and doing
the work of the Comptroller. If n citi
zen wants a licence let him pay for it. If
he don't want to tJikc It out he iui.il not.
do o. Xobody will Ktt-K'lnx him If he
We desire to tate that owlna to the
amblguou. manner in which the Halllday
committee stated one cintsecouoinlcal pro
positions we were led Into a blunder.
('J'ils U, we take It, good a way to gt
out of a small hole a we can adopt. t
We t:ttoil that the committer had -lated
that the city would av s-700 by collect
lug It- n ii lac-. ami pcml StiOO in Mil
arle to the to-l- ilei-tcd .Wfrtor and
the rr-orici'., Ti(-n-tiru utakiiig the net
Mtving only $I(X. What the connnlitce
Intended to my, anil what the committee
elalnm Ittlld .siy, was that after paying
the A"i4Mir$:!00 and Hie ('ollcelor $300
theWl.v would -ae by fnllcvtliig Its
own ta.ve S7IK). ThU 1? a very
pleasant little -urn of money, and .-liould
If po?Jiblole saved to thodepletetl pocket
of the mifttelpirtty. We hive no(uarrel
to make upon the committee on su-count
of Us recommendation on thl-, subject,
mil cannot re-l-t tin- Impiil-e to regret
nun ii in i loi me anility u Mate a pro-
pOMtloii in lauguago the meaning of
which cannot be mUUtken. If IaN weir
i ne literary cici-k oi uie committee we
-...a inn nc miner hip ncpcSiH.v oi mis
apprehending ita rceommriitlatloiis.
Tin: rnusnr..r ami aiik.i.v.s.iv.
Tho Pre-ident'.s ine-sagv to Congress
recommending legislation that will dis
place (i0V. Garland of Arkansas, over
throw tho government of that State, and
seat hi the gubernatorial chair Jouph
llrooks, has created much alarm hi tho
country and I accepted by the people as
a threat that the most ultra measure- In
lelation to the Southern States will be
adopted by the administration.
Jo-cph Brook was In lSGS.the Llbeml
candidate for Governor of Arkansas. Mr.
Baxter was the Hadlcal candidate. At
that time the Hadlcal, were dominant in
theState. Tho i-eturnsoftho election were
manipulated by the Hadlcal leader and.Mr.
Brooks was countMl out. Mr. Baxter a,
.sinned the duties of the giibemaroilal ol
lice. Mr. Brooks went Into the Supreme
Court of the State to obtain
Ids ollice, but wa uiiMiccesU'ul.
He then resorted to a lower court, mill
obtained a writ to out the Acting Gover
nor. Willi this he entered tho Governor's
ollice, drove Mr. Baxter out of It mid en
tered upon the dUchaive of hlsolllcialdu
lies. Mr. Baxter appealed to President
Grant, who ordered Mr. Brooks to mr
render the olllco of Governor to Mr. Bax
ter. A constitutional convention was then
called by the Legislature of Arkansa. It
met and framed n new constitution. This
was submitted to the people anil ratlllcd
byau overwhelming vote. Under this
new eoustltutlou Mr. Garland was elected
Governor, and the legislature convened.
Since this reorganization of tho State
government pice has prevailed In Ark
ansa, and life and proerty have Im-comw.
previous time in the hNtory o ihu laie.
And now come, forwaid 'n..dciit
Grant and .-,,; out ,.u,al,
from the chair of ih... Governor, and put
into itltroo);. whom 1 pmout. Dhoi4i.
IzeandrtKjr-anl.,. the govcriune.it of"v.
is the language 0f ,1,,,,.,,,,,,
man-a man who, If he j- ,
method hi hi- madia-s. Wial j, ,() Uc
loner Will eongie- 1(,y llU ,
and, If not. will he inoir to the ,K..forn.'
ancc of his own advice r fr 10 ,i(K.,R.
IHacc of Arkansas will be again brok-n,
anarchy will idgn suprenu', and nK. ,y.
nmnlcal liaml ol a Sheridan will Jt. ri;.
quired to iipprc, the hiillgiiatlo., f t,e
People and awe It Into ti'iror.
situ iiJii:i.i; ri'iti;s.
It has been said very often that Cairo
possesse,. H Tlltonlaii j.hra-e. no
iterury h.ellnl,,. I ,imoft)r ,,, we
buvo been refernd to the f:,(); ,hllt ; 0r
cltym-onolyaunis and public Hh.-arlcs,
and that neither youtlmd norage.trhyn.e
tcr decorate the cohu,n ol the un
literary little Jouriiab of the city wlth
atmirnsof any kind. Also It has been
wild, that book More live sickly lives
among iu,-ntid that the Iiectnre, o pop-,
uiar in America. recene innn air(,,0
We admit the evidence truer.
goe, nut wo maintain mat lyfjilHMioit ol
being proof of Ibechargi' made
against in. Cairo ilfor not follow in
the footsteps cf-tne literary fashion dicta-
tow, and Ivtonic foolishly enthulntio.
over every book that falls irovh from the
presV, and be does not. eucottrage the
"liccture System" a system of robbery.
that permit the pious fceiintlonnl r.Heals
of the pulpit; the brilliant hut gushing
Tilton?, in whom wit and eloquence and
learning and puling sentimentality and
wrong doctrine mv eonipounded Into
something dangerous to morality; the
worn-out and llabbld Coughs; the flaccid
Hollands, and others, to lileh from the
pockets of the people thousands of un
earned dollars. Xor Is she tolerant of the
nauseating stutl that mtv among those
who reproach her as genuine literary
gold. Itut till we believe that Cairo can
botvt a much of literary abllltv n. any
city of the sl.e In the land. In proof of
thl we might point to the Home Lectures
Inaugurated by the Hoard of Education
lat whiter. We have heard many of the
l'urse-SqueczIng Lecturers of the Kat,
and we do not hesitate to say that our
home lecturers have made addresses be
fore the High School ns Interesting as
any the Lecture llurcaus could have fur-
nMied to us at baukrupt-cmittug price.
Mesifr1. Wheeler, Green, Thayer, Davis,
Laustlcii, Smith, Ilrighani, I'arker, .Mor
ris, and oilier, have lectured and
lectured well. They have cre
ated a very great interest in the High
School cour.'eof lectures, and every week
the room U lilted to overflowing. Their
dlseusIoni of interfiling piestion have
been able ami very hiMiuctivc.
Lately, :i new feature ba beenaclded to
these Home Lectures: the appear
nnee of some of the ladles of Cairo be
hind tlic dek. Mrs. Dr. Warduer was
llrt with a dlcu-Iou of the Woman
Question from tho advance po-ltlon of
thote reformers who wlh to lift woman
up from the unworthy poltlou In which
she now stand. This lecture was replete
with learning and strong and vig
orous argument.-, and was listened to
with much pleasure. Mrs. Alvord fol
lowed with a beautiful addrcs on
"Itjirns" the llteiary merits of which
were marked. It wn elegant mi diction,
and wa read in a manner that
would have done credit to
the'mojl dNllngul-hed of lady elocution-
I'M. XextTueMhiyMis.Oberlywiil i-elieve
her mind on the subject ol Woiiian'n
Kights. have been Informed sho will
ehartre with llxed bayonet on the advo
cates ol woman's right and duly to enter
into the politic- of the country. It un
derstood that .Airs Candee, Mrs. Martin,
Mrs. RItlonhotio and oilier ladles will
also eontribuleto the Interest of the lec
ture course, and the town i all agog with
Ocea-ionally hercallcra gentleman will
be p'linltted to lecture, but no often
or than 1 absolutely necessary. Our lit
erary Ama.ons having buckled on their
armor, let the nude barbarians sUuid
back. tos up their caps and shout ap
IIIIITINIl qiJAICTKKr.Y RKVIIMV
The content of the llrithh Quarterly
lleeitw, lor January, just received from
tho Leonard Scott I'ublUhlng Co., -11 Bar
clay street, cw onk, me u follows:
l'apatchy and Xationallty.
Cox's History of Greece.
The Adornment of St. Paul.
The Bible's place In u science of He
Early Chrlitlan Inscription's of France.
I he Grevllle Memoir.
Europe and Peace.
Erainus his Character.
The foregoing lit of subjects Is u 1'iesl
demonstration of tho fact o often stated,
that this Itevlew, in common with the
others of the series regularly republished
Here, alnu to keep its readers welt In
formed on all matters of public Interest
In the llrst article the writer .shows
that the controversy now wauhnr In
Germany, Is '-deeply rooted in tho histo
rical incompatibility of the pretentions of
the Papacy with the autonomy of tiie
State:' that the conflict was lnevitable.aud
admits of no evasion or compromise ; and
"upon every ground ol Scripture, of rea
son, of society, of history, and of hu
manity," takes side with the civil against
the eccleslastlzal power, hi the struggle
ior supremacy witiiln the State.
"The History of Greece," by G. W.
Cox, author of "The Mythology of the
Aryan Nation," rccches much commen
dation, especially for the disci hnlnatlon
between true history and mcic legend.
Tho two volumes now published con
elude the Pelopouneslau War.
Article IV. Is best described in the
wi Iter's own uords: "He has sought to
!l'C,eilt. In H" .l-'--" ', minimi,
a jfrral body ol scientific facts which
must remain positive know ltdge h, the
department of religion, whatever new
knowledge may arl-o hi physical science."
"Europe and Peace" would have been
more aptly entitled "Europe Preparing
for War," and for a war of tenliic pnC
portions. The description of the condi
Hon and temper of the nations af
ford. Huh. hope for ,e continuance of
The other article, ud the extended no
tices ot Contemporary Literature, brhi"
more topics to th, reader's attention limn
wo have room to paitlailatl.o
The periodicals primed by the ,..
""' I'nbllsblng Co., (fi jial,
day street. . y.) fm, . ,.,,owgJ ,
knowledges that tho Bcecher-T to . c a
i&too inuch for him and reluct" VuTc.
marks that helms been bh.shl , -It
coinmencd. Mr. Oberly'e I.Tpajiaro o .1
lishloned. Blushing over ?C
atlalrls played out.-(?,(Cy u' l
r - The war cost the northern and sotith
ei ii suites toge.tller one million lives and
nine billion dollars.
-The Kev Dr. Kdward Hcceher, tbe
brolber of tho great defendant, hal been
engaged to pivaeh In the I'lft Congrega
tional Churcli of I'aterson.
The Baltimore City College, ti large
and handsome building of brick and mar
ble ninl of tJotlde design, has br en dedi
cated with Interesting cerunonles.
Great Britain has declined to send ii
repro-ontatlvo to the St. Petersburg In
ternational Code Conference, alleging
that no practical result can be expected.
John Joke, at. Qulncy, Ills.. In Jail
for the murder ot James McUnlro iat
December, attempted xuleldoby cutting
his throat with a trw on Tuesday, lie
Animals have strange tactics. The
sromiicli of a bullock recently slaughteied
at. the Jcrey City Ahbatolr, was found to
contain over 500 hair-pins mixed with tho
Two little boys of Dan Clifford, n
section bors on the St. Louis & Link
Uock Uallroad. wandered oil' from their
father's house, near Salem Wl., last Sat
urday, and great excitement was caused
by their disappearance. At noon, on
Sunday, the oldest was found, froen to
death. The search for the youngest
Mr. Boucher will visit America this
spilngln his yacht ''Fiona,'" the crack
eutteryaelu of England. He wlllglveour
fast sloops ii brush, and endeavor to carry
off the Queen's cup which Asbury failed
to win. He will be proposed lor mem
bership in the New V'ork Yacht Club nt
thcnnnual iiieetluir on Thursday cu lling.
PACIFIC MAIL SUBSIDY
The lronifiC(l SVlilxLy Tax I. nice
Ii iIith lur SIiiiiiim Moniilni; of Hie
l'rt',lil cut's ArUnu,n,.SH',,aHr.
Siccll Tlcjri mil liy the Wrjlcru Union I.fne
Wasiiimitox. Feb. 11. The Steamboat
bill was referred yesterday to the Senate
Commerce Commit tee, on the understand
ing that Mr. Conkllng, w ho Is Its princi
pal opponent, will eontlno Ids ellorts
iigahisi It to the committee-room, and
that it will be reported at an earlv 'lay
and put upon lt pas.-ane in the Senate.
It will undoiiDtcdir pas without but few
no mdki: sriistov.
The Houm! yesterday, In eonslderatlou
of the Post-otllce apiiroiulatlon bill In
Committee of tho Whole, agiced. without
division, to it resolution previously intro
duced by John J. Smith, of Ohio, annul-
llmr Hi, mmtiii.l iM...vliltii t COO fVlfk n t
nually for the Pacific Mall Steamship
Company. This applies only to the suli
Mdy of which was procured by Ir
win w lib his S7W.00O. The previous sub
sidy for an equal amount, pa-sed In bCO,
wa, allowed to remain in tlic bill, anil
win ne columned until tnu term expire in
TIIK WllllKV TAX.
In vlmv ill tln iiottim fit' ttiri iiinmititi.n
of Ways, and Means upon the w bisk v tax,
, .......I ,.r ...l.l. - i '. '
i.ii umcn ui ini,v siaiiips nave oceii
pouring In to-day. Prom one district In
Kentucky i.lonu an order for S.'sX),()0ti
worth whs received, sjome of the largwt
limit tn !liii.1iinntt mill ntlmi twUiit li
telegraphed to members of Congre.-sthat
tbe proposition to tax stock in bond
tt'ouM t, inii't iit.'uottuuc, ir, iiiuecd, it
uui noi create :i uiiaiiciai iiame III Uie
llli: PltKSlKlI.NT'S MIl'sSAOi:.
Friends of the administration report
that there Is no ground for any other In
terpretation of the meaning of the Presi
dent's secret nies-a"o on Arkansas than
that If Congress adjourns without decid
Inir the questions at Issue, the Prcsl.lcnl
will more than likely consider that Con
gress acquiesces In tho present political
status of Arkansas and leave Governor
Garland to mauace the nflrilr, of timf
The Houc Coiuinittccon Publio Build
lugs and Grounds has tabled the resolu
tion nd'iTPil fir Mr. Pnv. nf V. V,.rl-
culling upon the Secretary of the Treas
ure for Slllll'OK'llts ol' llin I'milfiir.le muil,.
by Mr. Mullett while supervising archi
tect, on the ground that the preparation
of the desired Information would occupy
100 clerks until the tth of March.
llli: U. 1'. UULIIOAl).
The nionoflllon of the ITnlnn Tm-ltl
Hallroad to uav Into the Treasury SS()..
000 annually for two years, and "S750.O0O
yearly thereafter, as n sinking fund to
meet uie uonus and Interest, is looked
upon here as a very fair offer, and is re
garded with favor hy the government. It
is expected that Conirress will be nski d
to authorize an acceiitauce of It In lt..n nt'
all claims now pending against the road.
IlKAI, KSTATI AOI'.XT."
C. WINSTON & CO.,
Real Estate Agents
V-a OHIO XjI3-V7"JQU,
Eu3u3Trict1'or'ftl9e,a,Cl lur ft,rnl"'
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO.
CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES PtJKLIC
Liimd Awati i of tho Illluola Contral nd
uuiuuiiiun una uiunoy l(. it.
North Cor. Sixth ami Ohio LeTeu,
ZANONE & VALLA,
REST AUH ANT.
Corner Twonty-Elghth Stroot nnd
J. D. Ziuiwe. ,, . M. Valln,
Oiriectnt Dally liy K. M Slrorni, couimlmlua
I'lonr, HcoonlliiK to ntutk
Coin, mliiil, mrkl
Uoiu, wlilli'i hwUiI....
Ul, IiiImiI ...........
llrmi, per ton
. SI IWfti! Oc
4; S.v oi)
10 UOiJlfi Wl
..si :y i
ApplM, choice, r birrrt...
Apples, common, perlrtml -
roliiloci, perbnrrel -
f )nlnn. rx r Sjn-rl..... ...m....... .
Chioo, cr poiiml...
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
rrdlK BULLETIN l puMlalinl rcvy morning
(cH Mondsy) In the llulletlu llullJluK , cor
wrt 1' anhingtoa attnue ud Twelfth sliwt
TnK lit liahs Is muni to city snWrlbrr liy
IMllinil cuTlertut'Inentyl-'lve Crnts nWivk,
lyrtiilu wiuUly liy Midi, (In ndvunrr), t0r
anniimi lx muiitln, S'il tliree inontlis, M otic
mots (li , 01 -.
TIIE WJ3EKLY BULLETIN.
fnblltliwl ctry 'Ihnn)dny luornlni; ot tl i'
vcruuimm, Invurlalily in ivlnincc. llic iiotLu'c
on the VnVly will lie prvpald nt this oltlrv, fci
that suWrlH-ra will obtain It for a tubscrlptlon
liu lines Cants, per milium, m.$H' to
Que squurc, one insertion, 1 (0
One square, two inwitiont, 1 AO
One square, one ntik, T, '.' M
One square, two wteki, - DM
One square, time weeks,- 4 Q
One squrc, one month ." 0)
W U K I. Y .
One quale, one Insertion, ...tl fji
Koch subhcqutnt insertion, W
KOiie lui'li is a sqiuiv
S3rifBiilariidrertlstr4 weoD'iriuiK'ilor In-
ilucciiiuitit, both ns to rate nt ch.irKcf mid man
ner of dl'plnyins their faints.
tC"Notlccs In local column lunrtnl fur Klf-
leeu Cents jicr line for one luttrlion, Twenty
Cents n line for two In-erllous, Twenty-Kile
Cents n line for Hiitc Inseillons, Thirty-five
Coitu n line for one week, and Sfvcnl-t'le
lntna line fur one month,
Cominunlrutlona upon nulijocts Of Ken
ernl inUiroal to the pulllo solicited.
I3-AU letters should bcixldretrd to
JOHN II. OUliltLY,
1'ivsini'iii C11110 llulletlu Compiiny,
U A.N US.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - 3100,000
Vf. V. IIALLIDAY, l'n-ldent
JUiNltY L IIALLlIlAY, Vlcel'reit.
A. it. a'AKKOItU, l.tt.hkr.
WALTKK JIYSI.Ol', Asu't Cushlr.
S. STAATS 'J'AYLOII, It. II OeN.MKOHAV,
II L. IIALLIUAY, W. I' lfAI.LIUAV,
(1. I. WaLiAMsos, hiKintM Ilmu,
A 11 S.umiiD
Exchango, Coin nnd United States
wuuuu ijuuut unci 001a.
IjroSlTiJ recciusl uud a general banking
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1809.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
X. n. 8AFI OUI). l'n-.ldint.
ft. 8. TAYLOIt, Vice rrwidint,
W. HYMLOr, hco'vauUTieusuuT.
J. II IUCLAT, CIIA8. UAttOIILtl,
1."? "ck"-:tii. 1-aii.O. Snu ii.
H. H. lUHMftCIIUM, 11 L. UALLIllAr,
J m. riiiLLii
INTKltESTiiniitoiideposllt at the rate of tlx
lrt.rr.Mi, .u. .i.i t fclu...li , 1
m. Intetest not wlllnlruwn U wlded linme
il atelytothe principal of the il.potltt, flu 11 by
Klvini: thim conuiouml lnlcre.it,
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY AND NO ONE EL8E
CAN DRAW IT.
0ini evry busiiitia iUy fromSa m. loSn m
una Hturday nilnRB for savlnga depolt onli
110m C to 8 o'elnrk
W. 1IY8I.0P, Triuror.
Wholesale, Retail and
Corner Poplar and EUvonth Strotti,
OirHighout Cash Prieo puid for
Hofg and Cattlo.
"I'liiiunsdnnntily llio brat nimlnliiril
work orilio!inil In the) Horlil."
TI10 ever Incrcailng clronl itlon ol tliln
cxiiullunt monthly prdven Hi cnntlutieil
iiiiip:ion to fiupular doslnx iinil iicvila. In
tlfi'il.wliijn wo llilnliliito Imvv msiiiy imnios
It tiom.tratei uvory moiitb, wo mint t'.ot'
c fder It nt nnu oftliu i'iHtcatnr in well tin
cuUrlu'tici'M of tho iilili.li! inliitl, fur Iti v.it
pnpul.trity ti.m been won by no af pen! to
'tpltl f icjtidlcos 01' iloprnvciitintci. Hoi-
I'lii cliiuiicfr wlilcli tills Mncrlno tioi-
mi'bt" fnrviMo j.cmcrpiHejirllstlcwcaltli,
nntl .ltcrary culturollint hankt-pt paco with,
11 11 inn inn icu 1110 tiniiH. miotuii entice in
condilctoT to ifpiiil It with lU'lltl&hle fotn-plncoM-y.
It t No entitle tlirm tn a cront
rliilm upon tliu public rnlltuilv. 'I'lin
Mniffizlfo his t?one kooJ ninl not evil nil
tlic tUyi ol Itnllfi). Hiooiilyn KjbIo.
roitnge froo to Mt1ivcittcrs In the Unttvil
Ilarpt'i-'s .M:uiizIiii, otic year ...f 1 00
81 00 Itii'ltldcii firctrnvniput of U. 8. port-
au hy tho pulillMictii.
r.tiii3criitiiin to imrpri-n iM.iMZlm.',
Weekly, or lliu.ir, ti otm ndiln-n for one
year, ?10 It); or two of IfnrpurV pr rlodl
c.itK, to one tili!rctn for one year, 00;
All exir:i cpy 01 ciincr uie .unnzinr,
Wceklv or llazar will be MMilillod crntli fur
ovrry vliih ol flvo Mlb.prlbern nt f I CO oarli,
in one rotiiiu nice; or six copies ior uo,
without extra copy; poti)e Iree.
Hack number can be Mippllcd nt any
A roinnlfto et rf lurticrii .Mairaztne.
now coiiiprUintr'lil voluuii'n, In ii 'ali lotli
blniltPK. will bo cnt liy n.prm, f'rolt;ht tit
tho ojpctpc of inirclia'cr, fur S'J 'J.'i i r
volume. .SIhl'Io volnnicx, by mull, postpaid,
3 00. Cloth cnc. for blmllrir, M cent,
by mall, postpaid.
ov paprri nre uui iu uupj 111m mi-
VPrtUcmcnt without the cxprefs ordin of
Harper .: nrnin -w.
Adilros llAitri.it .v liiuji iii.h, .1. 1.
Ii widely known,
aronu ot the most
tlies oer dneov
ercd lor cleans-
iti, the system
and jmrifVInjj the
blood, 'it lias
. IixmI tlio tet of
i vcar., witu 11 con-
fJl'tWlV5 t intlv LTowins
reputftion. lin'filon i'i iiitrin!i' virtues,
and fwtaitipd I . ix'.naikabh cure?.
!-ri mild a t-i I " "I- and Itrncficinl to
children, mil . to searching .n to
cn'ectuallv I'i'iv c '. tli.1 ;reat corrup
ttotij of the Mood, tm li ns the ?erof
tilom nnd fvpldlitif contamination.
Impurities or tli-cnfes that liavo lurked
in iho tetu for vi'nr oon )lcld to
tliii lovvcrfnl nntiilote, mid disapiicnr.
Ileneo lis i.oiitlttfiil ftiref, many of
v Iilcii are publicly known, of Scroluln,
nntl all fcrofnlous diseases, Ulcers,
rtiitlons, and eruptive disorders of
tliofkinruinorx, IMotclicx. ltolls,
Pimples, PiiHttilos, Sores, St.
Anthony's l-'lrc, Itoso or Ery
fiipcliiH. Tetter. Salt Itliciun,
Scalil Henri, ltliKWorm, nnd in
tc111.1l UIcerntionHof th Uterus,
.Sloinneli, and Liver. It nUo cures
ctliLT com)hint., to tehicli it would not
(torn especially adapted, ruclt as Drop
rv. Iyiii'l!n, IMtH, iotiralf;ln,
xicnrt lHscnse. J-einaio weait
HC.S.S, Debility, aud Lcticorrlia:
when they nre mamti.'statioiu ol the
It is an excellent restorer of health
and ftreiiyth in tho Spring. Hy renew
in tho appetite and vi'or of tile diges
tive crvntni, it dimpat''. tlic depression
mid listk-.s languor of the teanjn.
liven where no disorder appear". jr-oiiIc
feel better, and Hie. longer, for cleansing
the blood. The ystem moves on with
renewed igor and a new lease of life.
Dr. J. C. AYER It CO., Lowell, Mass.,
rrarticnl and Anulytleal Cirmttti.
sold nr all nitL'oaiaTS Lvtnrwutnu.
r year increases the noitulari-
ty of this valuable Hair Preparation ;
which is duo to merit alone. Wo
can assure our old patrons that it is
kept fully up to its high Ktandard ;
nnd it is the only reliable and perfect
ed preparation for restoring Gn,vv
on Faduu Hair to its youthtul color,
making it soft, lustrous, and silken.
Tho scalp, by its use, becomes white
and clean. It removes all eruptions
and dandruu", and, by its tonic prop
erties, provents tho hair from filling
out, as it Htimulatcs and nourishes
tho hair-glands. By its use, the hair
grows thicker and stronger. In
baldness, it restores tho canillarv
glands to their normal vigor, nnd
wiu create n new growin, except in
cxtromo old ago. It is tho most eco
nomical Hair Dressing over used,
as it requires lower applications,
nnd gives the hair a Bplendid, glossy
nppcarance. A. A. Hayes, M.D,
Stato Assayer of Massachusetts, says,
"Tho constituents nro pure, and care
fully Belected for excellent quality;
and I consider it tho Bust Prepa
ration for its intended purposes."
aom iy nil vruggittt, umi nealeri in iluucinu.
ftloo Ono Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
As our Itencwcr in many cases
requires too Ioiil' n time, nnd too
much care, to restore gray or faded
WhiskoiH, wo have prepared this
.1 . , ,,,
iyu,ui one preparuion ; wnicn win
lllirklv mill iiflnpt null v nnonmnttnh
tiiis result. It is easily applied,
und produces a color which will
neither rub nor wash off. Sold by
all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents.
Manufactured by K. P. HALL & CO.,
FOItllie riKly cure of Srmlnal Wruknm,
Iaii .MmuIiouI mid all dUoiilm brutiKlil
on by IndUcictluiu or rxntt Any Dnirclu
liaa tlio InKirdituU,
Auiiiw., iir, r.. iiii.iui k 1.11, ,
1-11-dA.u-l v Cincinnati, Ohio
DRUGGISTS FANCY UOODH, COULiIEIl WHITE LEAD,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW GLASS,
T71-. Mtli.-il cf.uiwiK.ndiiii'c :md unit 1 frmn I)rT'r.l rtivxlrltn and f;TiMTil Stor In wnu
nt Cfiod. Ill nurlltir Mintn'nat 'l..i.t:tt'nn lint I'. OlV JIllf ln Cam ruralihl cr rn
flllt with irlLibli' llnijf mI rtiiial)k imi
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, fj A
74 Ohio Lcvco. I
c old hy
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor.
54 OHIO LSVEB, CAIRO, ILL&
This house contams 35 good rooms.
Travelers will -always find the best accommo
A trusty watch for trains and boats day an d
Wc linvo replenished our Job Printing Oflico with
many fonts of now typo and havo orders out for other
fonts of tlio latest popular stylos. Wo arc determined
to establish tho reputation of our oifico for first-class
work, aud make our prices so low that the most enthu
siastic patrons of foreign cities will bo compelled to ad
mit that wo do work at lower prices than any other of
lice in the country. Mr. Oberly, admitted to be ono of
tho best practical job printers West and South, hti3
assumed personal supervision of tho job printing de
partment, and will endeavor to give satisfaction to our
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ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
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