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JOHN Hi OUHIl-Y, IMItor.
ih-HIht rul(jn nor illc.
"Tiicnii l no liejll," -uy the I'cv. Mr.
Wr. itn liMlVitTi'il ftifTTon. 1 H. Al
bright for legliliilivi' I.ivoih.
Ilox. (' V, .Iokm lini! liecii ili-rtitl
t "nUiil Slati'i tt'imtor from Floi i'l.i. I ti
ls; a I hmrrrat.
SiAir.Hii.v.woit MoimtA 1ms
two WIh-iyhm's iintl a l'eolullori
MiNi4n.li Wasiiiuiiv tk'iilo Hint In
was, Ijrllicd to place on tin; I'utU llonrx
tlie lYe-mont railroad bonds.
HoitACK Wiiith, late of tlie Clilnijjo
Tribune, with wilt', Inn 'iilN'tl for Ku
rti'ic' to lie nljwnt one or two yiur.
'I'm: .Macoupin linquirer, IrtevcTfiitly
uivMli.il IMaU-rli rcpreseut'itlw from
one of the wooden eounlli down In
"Ilcnvun lii'lptM," Niyi tho New Yoik
Herald, "when meli Jugglery sis .Spirit"
tmllun hocoiiH.' a form of nillloio" Wc
will tli"ii moil tin- help of several
Tin: konoelat, Stuff .S'liator I.f, liav-
Ini' a'alleil the railroad law, hits turned
Upon the State lloatd ofl'iihlle (.limltl)',
mid propoMM to smash It nl-o. Hold
"Sxakm, Olterly, imiv," Stale V.Vff
itter. It ha shame In the Ittgttiertn hint
unakM to a man who hat not looked upon
the wine whun It wa reel for lo! tlicf
Tin: State JltgUttr, the acqiludom
Democratic organ at ijjirlnjillclil, lm
been pttllty of n crime agalnm Its )Kirty
and ofan attnel; upon Speaker Halnc
the great coii'p'rtHl ngalut. It admit
that thf majority of the Hou.-e wa over
reached by the minority in tlio "lallln-
(iehrliiK eaf ethat It party miuli- a fool
Tut: wretch who sent in the balil-liwuktl
valentine mint die. We; become IniUg
lunt over valentlnuf of tho kind. They
.ire Inellyloiij. Thuy rvflct upon the
T. jr-I. who mad'- trf bald; and till
thoa'ht wo canlo endu-. If tho v-tlnt
tiuet tlti; bllheadl valentines were
n jthlny but a taunt of in we could endure
them ; but. being lrrell'loiu in their olt-
Jection to the docret" of FrovM".ire, tlie-y
are not to betoleruted.
Tun attention of Mr. I 'Inter l called to
the fact that when Senator Wllllmii", a
colirtil nun, died In Arkatitut the other
day, hi funeral took phw.-e in the wimte
chamber of the Slate. In iireiM'iiM; of the
members of both houR". tlutt the IH-mo-cnitlc
liyliilaturo adjourn-il in re-)'et for
hU inenioiy and the lla at the Mate
liou?c va lloatnlat half inuM. 1'rofrt'd
In of lid- kind In a Wemooratle State
will iirel,v irike. Mr. I'later us wry Iiii
piojh'r. and It 111 ! In ordT l'r him to
Introduce a joint reilutlon Into tin
House of which h" U a member prohibit-
In iiuh uiiH.vmly ell-play In the future,
I.K.V Faxon, wii-tch of th' I'.tdil'
call .Vric-t.f forgive thf friendly familiarity
tit our addriti), you know you aie an
gry b'-eauw Andy wa eleeteil. We are
happy, and want to '.i you. How do
you like It? Not a Democrat '. Tell that
to Martin, but keen It out of our ear. He
Ii a good noti'di i)emrierat for u. N e
will take blin straight. A Dcinocni't
What Is a Democrat '; The Seicn U a
uiiieh at "ea on this ubJfet a- the little
.luinpltl!.'.liiek .SprinlIoM ltgittrc( this
State. He who Is opposed to liadicili-in
and can make Its "Air llv," 1 a ''nod
I'liouxh Democrat for u. Andy U o-
po?cd to t.'verytlilnj,' but hU own Idem
and to everybody but himself, and in the
btidiii'A.sof making the Uadleal fur lly ho
eau equal lllmV lit; i-nlts u?.
the lict. past ten year?. It makes certain,
charge., and then when called upon for
proof ol them, takes refuq In wimiip .
I he .Vim ban neither tho coura! to de-
lend Ilnelf nor the inanllnce to acknowl
edge It has done an ndver.-arv Iniuttlce
w hen It hat bet n convicted of the fat. It
will ilnieler its neighbor, and when charg
ed with the oIleiHc. not denying it will
acknowledge guilt by Mlenee. It U balo
enough to lie a fahiller, but lia Hot the
eoiu-ag" to delcnd Us lie.
In the iMio ol the .Vwi of Friday even
ing, 1 1 lib language h toed:
MVe challeime the Ilallttui to men
tion a fhi'de iiieatsiire. Deiiioenitle, Ki
tmhllcan, t.tbenil-Iteiiubllcau. IndeiHiid-
cut or (inuigi r. that hiiH been before tho
people or tliu I'nllctl btattlnr ilnut
live jcarMhat It ha not favoietl, uora
Mnirlc IradliiL' l.ollllcliin lli.il llli.isuol
If lb'- .V"-t wire ilMngennnii", nod
could do tin opponent Jutlee, ll would ml-
i til L lli.il the lliM.i.iiriN lias liMii oou-iht-
ent III thcnihoioy of the political prfu
elplet It bcllevtn to bo win, ami has no
hecltated to erltlele, not Inlliewenlt
manner of the Sun, but with energy itt
own political iiiitlaus who ran counter
to Its opinion''. We liavo endeavored to
do 'Oiuelhlng in the work of Inducing
Democrats to leave the narrow path of
win u out hfeitci, and join with the Liber
al' and ludPH'ii(lcnt In a united crusade
against the KYpnhllcau party, the pulley
ol which we have uniformly oppot?.. In
tills work we were not altogether unuc-
ees-ful a- the rcult of the election in thin
State la-t Fall will telify. To that re
sult, In the organisation of the cnmpilgu
audits prostsMitlon, we gave the; little
lullucnce we had.
'1 lil" the .S'nh ciiunot truthfully deny,
nor can Ittlenv without fid'chood that
the Ilci.i.inis- has been a conllrnt and
pentUtent enemy oftheltepubllean party.
We have opposed It and its mcaMire
l.i stioon and out of hiuhjii. Wo have
for year luUtcilthattheSouthcrn policy
of tliat party w as ruiiious to the country.
ii id that Its tendency to concentrate
power wo a threat to the Institution of
the llemiblle. 1 ho IJum.i.tin lias eousl-
tently punmed the one great polltltal ob
Ject it lias, had in view for years the
low nfa lot the Heinibllcan party, riicru
has been under ilbcusidou in the country
no meiiure distinctively Hepubllcau that
wo have not onpoicd. Wo challtnge the
.S'fi to dhprovv the a-wertloii.
Hut what liai lieeu the eourns
of the Sunt It tins denounced
In an uncertain manner tlto South'
cm policv of the ltepublican party,
but hai continued to support that party
and Its candidate. It applauded the
specie numptlon doctrines of Freeident
Urant, but Mipportou lorLongreis .Mr,
Cleinenti who voted for e.xiMtndou, and
was the man Friday of Senator Logan
w ho w as and U one of the great ajmUle:
of a tra-liv currency. It professetl to be
opposed to the civil righu bill and un
polled Mr. Omeiits on a platform en
dorsing that bill.
Wo have thus siicsllletl 'Oinc of the po
litical inconihtenclt'sof the .S'mi, and we
now ak tlml iuter to make "ootl Its a-
wrtlou that we luve f.ivoictl all tilt:
inc:iMirci of the Ileiiubllcuu imrtv. It
mii-t make gtwxl tills eliargs ly jintoi or
(tauil couvlcteil oi wiiiiiu iai -euooti
o.Mior rm; .vnto-MiMn:i sv.
I (l orllir Ulro llullrtlli.
The lecture on "M'oman," lately dellv
! nreil In Hi" lll'jh School, and the cons
HiieiitdU'iisMoii of tjuesttonn of woman'
toii'dll) with man mill toH'dueutloti,
have sug?ei-Ujtl to my niliiil some of the
hlMorlenl ehnraclcrs which tho lady lec
turer failed to mention, one of whom
ChiVicna, of Sweden. U to me a very in
The good ICIng, (itiMavtts Adolplm,
w. i ver powerful and Very tntieli bc
Iool b his own pcojile and feait.il by
bin neighbor. Still wo urn told that the.
pii'HMuv of his IiRpplnes was not. full,
lor tie-re was no heir lo his limine In his
own hoii'e. .Surely, he who had been '0
Lless..tt in all uNe might hope to be Hie
father of a l'i luce who should become u
"oud "Mon onia-North." I Minis For
tune decided otherwise, and u Prince
Wu born in I lit lloyal Palace: at Stock
holm. The hlttoiuu telh us that tlie Uuicu
mollier Win mi dl"aiinoliued that he
uexr loved the little, blue-eyed, tlaxcn
Wa it wonderful that the King,
with his ambition and love of military
dorv, dfxphc'l the baby lVlncc-, al
though he named her Christcnu In mem
ory of a beautiful woman ho had known
In his youth ? ThU state of nllhlrs eon
tinned, until the little Princes' was neai-
ly a year old. when a brilliant Idea DC'
rurivd to tliu Kinif. her lallier. It was
ilil-: chiisienit should lh' i.tlucateil and
trained e.vaetly us If -he. had been
Prince. After that, he kept her with
htm constantly, taking lu r on long and
latiguing niarclus to all parts of his
kingdom. Coming to the givat lortivs
have read one of the :uldet pages lu his
tory the dory of a life perverted and
ruined by false ideas and training.
Homo will My, thai, thU Is an extreme
ac, and that It Is unfair to cite It an an
Instanre of tlie clTcet of Hie training
whhed for by the so called ftrong mind
ed women ol to-day.
The practical and old fog) Uh manner
f judging as to the merits of a oa-e is by
If preparing girls to (III the same -
in the world that their brother aiv i
lor, including the right to go to the poll,
etc., ,'nakes them more womanly, lovable
and delicate, better houekeeper, nurees
and more elegant ladle, then It niuil be
the lust way.
If on tho contrary It confers more puMt
and check and more ot that loud c1his-
wrtlon, which ii so fast gaining giound
in our American society, not only moth-
rlni'out the modest, pleaanlmanneri of
our grandmothers1 day, but as '.many
fear even atrcctlug tlie morals ol our wo
men, then let us hold to the old wa.
Ax effort I being made to run John
Oberly, of the llutttiin, for Mavor of
Cairo. John should not accent. Ho I
an ambitious little plug-ugly anyhow,
anil ii lie jreis a Man in the imine.-s
there will be no stopping him Miort of
the Pre-ideuey. lteiuaiu houet and lr-
tuoits, John, and attend to vour legitl
mate bUiiues, l'Minmh lew.
Confound it! It i- John Winter who
Is running for .Mayor. We are not. No
body hai coaxed us to run ; nobody has
tried to eaten us ami make us run ; no
body has endeavored, in children do w itli
birth, to throw salt on our tall. Wo are
not a candidate. Wo have retired from
public life. Wo have likl our light under
a bushel. Wo were not a ucec.s. We
failed bceauo wo lacked the drinking
ability of u Kentucky politician, and
had not rcid MluUter Scheiick's book on
draw poker, nor taken lessons In the
game from the master of It who scintil
lates In tlie editorial cliairot Ihu Courier
Ilotnox, of tho Jonesboto Gazette,
who lb with its lu the tribulation of tliu
Cairo & St. Louis railroad, replying to
our request that ho should swear tliu
road would bo completed through that
village before the next hsue of tho paper
in which uio assertion was uituic, says,
n o win swear, 'to tno best or our
knowledge mid belief,' that the lion Is
laid to our town Iroin the north, ami that
the truck will bo laid 'beforo another Is-
silo of our paper.' Wo would not like to
make an atlldavlt to this ell'ect before
J mure Uross, tor fear ho would make his
usual brief and pathetic speech, '$10 line
and costs.' Wo know tlie Judge, and
every director of the company would
consider It n fust punishment for making
fciieh u startling announcement."
:omi:, .ov, Tiir. iitoor.
Tho Sun is In the habit of making faUc
assertions lu reference to the political po
sition occupied by the UuiarriN during
l,V.UITs AMI TII.TO.V.
The lawyer, Kvarls and the witness,
Tllton. have liad M-veral bouts of wit.
Caii in tell me who Oliver Johnson
wa: j-kcti Mr. levari.
I can lurnMi you a biograplt t tin
man, lo bo publish'sl after hi- ileaih." re
I- Hint a correct answer to my U0j-
tlon?" frowned Kvarts.
I undcretootl you to a-k mo who
Oliver Jobnou woj," rotorttsl Tllton
Well, now I ak youwhoOllvir Jnhn
sou a? ' saw r-varci nirreniieniig.
.Mr. Fvart. asketl Mr. Tilton if lie was
.ure about a detail of a conversation.
"No, 'In I am certain." replied Tllton
Mr. Kvarts said he wa not aware of
the illlleronco between "Mirr" and "cer-
tatu" in that connection.
"1 did not mean to be captious" -.aid
Tiltuii: "I am etrla'ui the eini losu tins
morning; I nut nure it will ii-e to-mor
row inonilii''. That h the dl-'Jnctloii I
"Well," Mild Mr. Kvarts "it i- ol little
con-eoueuee. but I am not sure you are
i am 'certain ol It. was Iilton n-
Ditrlntr the entire examination .Mr.
Kvarts said "en-rff-ope"' and Tllton
would ripo ml, wilh cmphash, "o.-vel
And thus tliev run on all day Ioiilt, and
uuiriii until uooiiisiiay, ine lawyer maw
iii!; little headway ag.dii-t the ureal at
ikui'om:d am .MiT.ii'i i;i'ii:n.
The cou'crvatlve representative- at
New Orleans, by a vote of W) to S, adopt
ed the following propo-ttlotts of adjust
ment of the Louisiana trouble-Mind mi1-
mltted them to tho congressional coin-
mltten on the lltli Inst.:
Tho election of lb2 now before eon
gre-s, not to Ihi ineluued in tlie adjust'
1. Tho election of treasurer and muin
I win of the general a embly of 1871 to
be submitted to Me.-sri. Hoar, Wheeler,
1- rvu am I aw na II. I ic llgi s tictiv till
den-tood that thoo returned by both
retuniinL' board and Conservative com
mltteo arc to be accepted as legally
U. The houso of representatives; to be
organized de novo on the bash of the
1. Tho ho ,iso of rcnresentatlves. when
organized, to send W. I'. Kellogg, acting
governor, and to the senate as constituted
by the award ol tliu committee, a mes
tago Informing them that the houso is
organized and ready to proceed to lutsl
0. Conservatlvo members to sign an
agreement Hint, wiuie not approving or
recognizing the lealltv of the govern
ment known as the Kellogg government,
wo aga'enot to iiistiu n tno execuiivu be
caife ol his past political acts,
so long as ne is sustained ny tuo presi
0. Meiubcrsofthu hou-oof rcnroenla
lives l'etiii-netl liv ai-hl! ration not to bu
changed except by death, resignation or
expulsion for lust cause.
r . - . . ... . .
i. senators returned by arbitrauo.i 10
ou sea con .
These propositions wcro submitted to
lliucommlltee, and wcro not accepted.
What next r
ol' (Joluur on one ol then- olinie, tliu
eoinmaiidaiit. when ready to order that
the guns fhould belch forth a royal ta
lute, lu honor or tlie
Hut ho had the liltle Chrhtena, who was
now only two years old, with him, and
louring to alarm her. went out to meet
t hum. exu a hi ug wnv tlie wtiute was
withheld. The King ordowd the haltit
at once, though with some learn tw to the
remit. Hut Ciirhtcna was a child alter
Ids own hear,, and clapped her baby
hands with delight. Instead ot going Into
convulsions, as the kluddietrtcd com
tmitidant had feaied she might.
1'ite case with which she ac ptired boy
ish manner! anil taste, was very plea
lng lo the King, who became very much
attached to her, often leaving his cour
tier that he iniffht roiun with her, or
march up and down the grand halls with
tlie tlnv child clinging to bh great brown
band. He aniioilited live of the whet
men in his kingdom to be her teachers,
with orders that the should have every
attention that could be bestowed upon a
Prince. Certainly here was no lack of
opportunity to become the etpial of nny
At the ago of four year she was left
entirely under the control of the-o wise
men, the king going away to the wars
and taking his Queen with hiin.
We all know that lie never returned,
out was buried iby the; gn at stone upon
which lie fell amldled. and that at tlie
yileell Ol OWCiicu, n.ucmiiH mi.-
ofthe noble', , liu knelt Ixloro lier, Willi
the dignity of one bom to rule, a king
dom, with a thrill of Joy and pride which
she always rcuieiiilM-red and often lefei-
rcil to lu atler life. 1 he live who men
.till lattght her, a-ihted by the learned
lohu Mathia-. who Instiitcl sl her lu all
tlie branches of science. W hat wonder
then that she became very learned, read
the ela--ical author- of fleece and Koine,
admired and di-cu-.-ed the Poets and
Phllo-opher.-i of olden times with the men
by whom slut was 'I'rroinulod.
Shu grew strong and masculine too,
being a line horseback rider, a very Diana
a? a huntress', and a good -hot. She had
suo.li a contempt for her own -vs, that
she made no l'ticnd-, among women, and
even re f u ed to a--ociate with them.
None of her time wa- spent in dawdling
oer womanly aeeoinpll-hments and
graces. The only ll'iuluinc accomplish
incut taught her, w e are told, w u- danc
ing. Since Hits 1- often acquired by tuas
cullue? It would seem hardly fair to style
When, at the age of eighteen, -he as
sumed the control of her kingdom, -he
presented a striking llgure Indeed, so
much so, that one of tlie men who saw
her, fortunately for us, described her ap
pearance. She had a line llgure, an Intelligent but
haughty face, and was attired In a short
habit of grey cloth, with a man's vest
over It, and had a black scarf around her
neck, but wore no Jewel or ornaments o!
any kind. Neither did she wear any
gloves, which were then considered ef
feminate. From this de.-cripllon It appear,- that
the -trong minded women of our own
day a iv not tlie originator.- of the Combi
nation da'-s, for which they take to them
selves so much credit.
Then we remember how soon &ho be
came tired of the title of Queen of
Sweden, and since sho ruled as a king,
Issued a proclamation declaring that she
would no longer bo called Queen ; be
cause that title implied that sho belonged
to tho weaker sex, which sho despised ;
but that she should thereafter bo called
tho King of Sweden. Surely this mii-t
make her happy, Hie equal of any Piinco
of tho Jloyal blood, even in name as well
as In education, training, strength and
power. What greater honor could tho
world havo given? Hut still sho was not
satisfied, and wo seo her in her twenty
eighth year resigning tho crown which
sho had worn as Queen and King, and re
fusing to bo even a King any longer, to
the great Joy of her people who had
grown weary of her caprices, and who
wore being Impoverished by tier extrava
gance. Wc pass over many events lu hcrcareer
and clo-e thh hasty sketch with the his
torian's account of the last one. "Ciirh
tcna died in her sixty-third year beloved
by no one. Not a tear was shed for her,
and there were never any dowers planted
on her grave."
Wo lay itsldo the book feeling that we
ARE TJIKV V.lt.lll?
The Springlleld, Illinois, eorie.spond
tit ot tlie Mhsourl llfimblkon fays:
liie Chicago Tribune has ghen cur
rency to a rumor regarding the expression-
of Judge McAllister in rclVren.i- to
tin; validity oi mo statutes ouacien since
tho adoption of tin- new coiin(ltullwi,
which h calculated lo gie needle- alarm
to the iitiblic and to iicrhims complicate
Uio business oi ne- circuit counaiiuw set
tin''. The staiemuiit I made In the
Springlleld correspondence of that paper,
Hull ".nil ire j r -icr I'Min'wi inoe
self a of the opinion that all statutes hi
iv i e n ine law :unenii''ii is not, sei lumi
it Utiro woul l have to Iks declared un
As vour (oirei)iidf iit oould not ikj-
lleve thai Judge McAllister would so fur
fnriri'l Ids ludirul d iru tv a- to make a
nubile statement of such a constitutional
elinraeter. he has taken the imlns to ol
tain a correct statement ol ids expression.
which h herewith liirnlslieil. I lie Ian
L'iia''i! of til con-titutiou i a follows
Wo law snail be leviiiu or aineimeu ny
rel'erente to it till" only, but tin i.iw n -
vised, or the section amended, shall be In
serted nt liMiglh In the new act." Mr.
Connolly of Cole count v, who h made
tlieautlioriiy til me aiiegcu siaitmuiv,
informs- vour correspondent that wli.t
Judge M'cAlliter did say wa, in sub
stnnce. that the constitutional provl-ion
lu qiie.-tlon citht r mean that the law tv
he revived, or the section fo be amended
shall be Inserted at length In the new ad,
or It means that the law it revived, or
the section jj amended, shall be liiseiied
at length In the new act; and that. It It
were an entirely new que-tlon. or ifit hud
never receives! any cini-tntetlon, hh be
lief was that It should beheld to mean,
"the law " ' revhed.or the section
4e amended." but that If the cpictlon
were actually up fordeci-ion by tlie court,
he thought It po-slble, In view ofthe mis
chief that would ari-e lroni stteli n eon-
-tructlonbv uieettllng the legi-laliou ol
the past two years, that the court might
find Itself oonmelled lo hold it to mean
"the law 'reived, or the section f
The Draetiee hen; h, and lias lieeu to
draft bills so that they -hall read some
what us follow ; "That section of chap
ter of the ltevi-fd Statutes be amended
so as to read as follows," and then recite
the section as it is proposed to have it, In
I"""- . ,.
It would not lie at all strange It tins
question should be brought at an early
ilav before tlie supreme court fordecUIo:!,
anil It is Important that the public should
know what to expect.
rii'inpselot-nbljr Hie best hikIiiIiiciI
work ol- tlie kind In IIir VYorlil."
NOTICK8 or this mies.
Tha evr Increasing etctihtlon ol thh
ixcullvni monthly proves its ontlmnd
iidap-tott to pt)pulr desires aud needs. In
dent, when w think Into bow mmy lionin
It tenuntus eioiy iiioutl'. wu imit eo
sltlt r It as one ol tlio ctliicilort a wci a
ciitsrlaiieirs or tlie piili lu inlnJ. lor Its vat
eipiilnrity lim dec i won by no n pfal to
i tiild rojudli e or dviiravod tastes, Ilos-
J'.it iliiun iT wlilcli ttih MajrazitiF pot
set" liirstio y tiiilvrprtir.artUtle wmlili,
and Uternry culture Hint bus kept pace w Itli,
It it lias liOkiodilio ilia, h, kIi'iiiM u insults
cotidlictoiv lo rcg.t dli with iusllliaUs corn
Maccr.cy. H-hi eiit'ties tlioni to a .rent
j clnliii iqion the pulillu gmiltude. Tlie
Jl.uirli c liss iiono iioad anil nut mil all
t tic tlsy of Its life. Hi ooklyu Kigle.
l'o'tiKo lice to eubsoritiurs In tbo United
Ilurper'n Jhun.luc, one yeir 00
81 LO iiiAltiiles nrenuviiient of U. S. not-
H,'u by tin nuMMioi.
MioKrii'iio m ui narjwi s .iiniui.iiie,
Weakly, orllazai. u one aildraM fer ohe
yonr, a to to; of two or Ihrroi's pmltMil
ua's, to ono ad lres Tor otid yonr, $7 09;
I ostapeln e.
An extra c py ot ciiner tuo .iaf7.m,
AVeoklv or Ita.sr will bo sunnllod mitls fer
evi ry club ot fls o sub'erlli-rs nt $ I (0 oadi.
in one ti'iiiiu in e, or six c(iiihs it r (ipiuj,
without pxt'a copy; Htx'' lre.
Ilnck numbers eau be supplied at toy
A romnl ti rl if IIrnr's JTnifiizlnr.
now cotnirI'leg tU Vcltimfs, In trat cloth
litmilnv. w'll he -ut by expr", frrtltl
tlifi expen r or puichnscr, Tor i V prr
wiluiuc. edngln ulume, by mull, postpaid,
iS 00. Clotneasc, Hir html'tig, m rrnw,
by cnti, postpsia.
KWNawiiiNiiH'm are tint tn con- thh id-
vrTTstiient without tbe cxpret ortttri of
Addreiss HAHl'KU A IJKOTMHIiS, N. V
Wholosalo onil Rotnll
PAINT AND OIL DEALER?.
I I - t-U-
I Si ft '-'-c'y known.
' 'A 'i as oil"1 of the most
' Ali- "ltr RiL l'''uv,"a' rctne-
i 4whV JfJS pw; c.ic ever distov-
I irofi r''Kyi ' ri-'' ''' t'leans-
JOBBERS . ,
rijr'-ienator ("ascy. of thh state, ba
doiie something for which the Cairo ltu.
i.ktin rises up and ealh him ble.cd.
He Is the author of a bill for tho extermi
nation of do;-. If the bill becomes- a
law, there will be plenty ot sport In 1 1 II-!
noh, a anvbody lias the privilege of
-hoollng dojrs on sllit. hhootlng club
can tlu-u sub-titute c.inlne- for pigeon In
their matches. dn.y lltrold, J,-..,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rpilK llUM.KTlX Is jiiiblllHsttieriiiuiuiin.
(fictpt Jlun'lj)) In Ilic llulWIn Ulitlilllii,, t'el
i.rr Wa'liinsltin utuhm-iukI Twtlfih -,utn
'lar. 111'lm.ti.v U ctnwl tu city suli-priUi, i
tiitlifUl cari-iiNtttTHcntj-live i.VuU iiWt- U,
pajnble weekly. Ily .Mall, (in adtalicr). Sit)),,;
injuia; ilxiuantlu, fcU; tliue moutlit. $lj i
niontli, $1 2i.
:U:efirr cckI the test of
,- 'o , .,),
T-i"TW .,-'v cni.irin.r
reputtho i, wred on i intrinsic virtues,
and snstaititid lij-!t-i reimtil.abltiHircf.
So mild a to bo safe asm beneficial to
chibhvni. iu 1 yc s..'arcliinc; a to
cilectuaUy pur' c'. die great corrup
"tioo6f tho blood. s;i'ii as'-thft crof
,iil5us anjl svpUlitic - contanilnati'Sri.
IiupurStlns or tli-enes tliat have lurked
in" the system for vcars soon yield to
tills povverful nutidotc, and di-appear.
tlin..i lt v. .milcrful cures, niauv of
; whitii are publicly known, of Scrolnlii, i
and all scvoruloiis ;d!'cae, Ulcers, !
Kntptions, and eruptive disorders of
the ikinrinvior3, Blotches, Bolls, i
Pimples,. Pustulo.-, Sores, St.
tiitiionj-'s Fire, ltoso or Ery-
olpelns. Tetter, Salt Itliuimi,
Scald Hciiel, ltlngworm, nnd in- ,
timal XJIeanitioits of tliOiVtcniH, ;
Stotr.ncli, anil Liver. It aho cures ,
other comnlalnts. to which it would act i
teem especially adapted, sttorfa? Drcip
pv, Dyspepsia, J'lts, ireiiralKln,
Heart Disease, Fenialo AVcalr
ucsi, Debility, and Leucorrlircn,
when they are manifestations' of the
It h an excellent restorer of health
and strength in the Spring. Ily renew
lng the appetite and vigor of tlie elIgo
five organs, it dissipates the depression
nnd listle-s languor of the season.
r.cn where no disorder appears, people
feel lietter, and Use lonper, for clpansiii;
tlie blood. Tbo system moves on with
it newed vigor tr.d' a net. lcare of life.
Dr. J. C. AYER : CO., Lowell, Mass.,
I'rjetleitl anil Analytical Ci'ienilttt,
tQUt 2V ALL DI'.UOOISTS tVUUVW'llEIUS.
- . .. i.Ai:LRS Oi?
-A I) -.
PATENT IMUDICriTES, TOII.S7? iHTICLES,
DP.UGGIOTS' FANCY GOOES, COXiLIBIt WIIITli! JjT.AE,
WAX FLOWER MATISIAL, WliTDO V OL lisS,
BRUSITES, SOAP3, COLORS, OILS,
. m TUI1T3 COLOUS, jfiYii STUFFS,
9 CirElMICAT.S, PERFUMERY,
VARNISLTEO, ETC., ETC
WD oli it ror.-ii ite'rni .nut "Pli'r. fn n' Urmflfl", ttiv .'.ci ui- nnd llpner.il S;iur3 In Wal
if al hi our till)- htiMnitioiit I I .i IJt.oii ui J Kara..) .Mi-lti'l-Cj, I'm i.istic I cr i--nilt
wltli ullshPi Dniss :it un-)iulitf rates.
YKOI.XSAIiS RETAIL, I
74 Ohio Lveo.
VTa-jSlnfftOB Av., Cor. 8lh St
J i'. W
. . Should bt sold by the Ibrdw
i C.ootls Trade tvir .
t: :?s zvz:
I rl riTJ-iTA?rS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor.
54 OHIO LBV33B, OAIHO, ILLS.
THE WEEKLr BULLETIN.
I'liblUliwl fiery liurd:iy inttiiiinK at 81 i'
per anuitni, iiivsirliibly in Db-aiu-f. 'tlie wXsn'
on tlie Wkly will be 'iiv-iaid at tills untie, to
that iilicrllM'i will obtain it fgr subscritui)
rice of St a ir.
i:ulnw8 C'mili, it-r uiiiiuiti,..
Due nqiurc, one Inierllnii,....
One siimrvt two IiimtIIoiii, ,
(iiiu tiLirc, one wirk
One sfiiure, two tieeks,
One eiume, tliree vii.'ls,-..,
.. 1 00
.. t M
.. i SO
.. 3 .VI
.. I 0
Oau squrc, one niontli a ("
w u i: ! l y .
One qitnic, one luurtlon, SI 00
Kadi 3ubseiueiit Insevllon,.... 63
13-One Inch U a ftpuuc
S3-To ivgulurailieitlfit wconVrsui't'ilorla
ilucinicnld, butli at to rntc ol charge ami man
ncr of tlUjitayhis llielr t'aVOM.
OXotlces la local column InecrtcJ for Fif
teen Cents per line for imo Insertion, Twenty
Cents a line for two Iitierlloiij, Twcnty-l'lcu
t.'euU n Hue for time Insertions, 'IMrty-l'l-o
Ck-nts u lino for one wttl:, ami ScM-uly-1'hc
Out u line I'oronc niontli,
Communications ujion cubjects of itcu'
eral interest to tho imbllo oolicltcit.
C3-AJ1 letlers should beiuUlressed lo
J01IS II. OIlEltl.V,
I'mltUat Cairo Bulletin Comjiau'.
Evorv year incrcafccs tlio jioptilaii
ty of this valunblo Ilnir Preparation ;
which is duo to merit nlonc. Wo
-i .i i . i. ! .
can assure our uui iiairoiiH itiat il is
kept fully up to its high standard;
and it is tho only rcliablo mid perfect j
cd preparation tor rcstonuj uiiav
on Fadkii Hair to its youthful color,
making it soft, lustrous, nnd silken.
Tho scalp, by its use, becomes whito
and clean. It removes all eruption1)
and dandruff, and, by its tonio prop
erties, prevents the hah from fallino
out, as it stimulates mid nourishes
tho hair-phmds. By it? use, the hair
crows thicker ami f-tionger. In
baldness, it restores tho capillary
glands to their normal vigor, ami
will create a now growth, except in
extrcmo old age. It is tho most eco
nomical Haiu DnnssiNO over used,
as it requires fewer applications,
and gives tho hair a splendid, glossy
appearance. A. A. Ilnycs, I.D.,
State Assayerof Massachusetts, b-nys,
"The constituents tiro pure, and care
fully selected for excellent iiuality;
nnd I consider it tho Uisst riu:i'A
n.vno.N for its intended purposes."
SoU ly all Drugolsti, ami Dealers in Multeinei,
l'rloo Ono Dollar.
FOR THE WniSKEHO.
As our Kcnowct' in many cases
requires loo long a time, and too
much care, lo restovo gray or faded
"Whiskers, wo have prepared this
dye, in one preparation ; which will
eiuickly and etrectunlly accomplish
tuis result. It is easily applied,
nnd produces ti color which will
neither rub nor wash oft". Sold by
all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents.
Manufactured by K. P. HALL & CO.,
IJ'") IMS' Bint'l I'lllV )ll reillllt:il i-hhiio",
JJ I.ii it .Mtinliood mid nil ilUonli'rd broiiKht
Tins house contains 35 good rooms.
Travelers will always lind the best accommo
A trusty watch for trains and boats day and
h.ts. tliu IniriviUeiits.
Adili'i, Dr. V,.
Any Di uit
IIIIrON A CO..
Wo havo voplonishcd our Job Printing OlVu e with
many touts of now typo and have ui'tloro out for "thor
fonts of Uio latest popular styles. h arc doton inod
to establish the reputation of our olH ',e 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
fice in the country. Mr. Obcrly, admit'. ed tu bo ono of
tho best practical job printers AYost and South, has
assumed personal supervision of tho job printing de
partment, and will endeavor to g'ivc satisfaction to our
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.