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30XXB. OMMU'V, Editor.
' A emu"" PABAMKAPII.
hire f nfffp''1'1' n puMle Meeting to
Initiate a niorciuciit that may result hi n
gmn J ccItratlon of (lie Fourth of July
lu thi city, but tlic dltUciilty seem? to bo
bat no peraon will take tlio rc'poti-iblllt v
ortroublctof starting "a call. The. tlllll
culty In Cairo U, there cm be no coneet t
of action among tlie cltl7ein. They
ncyfr meet together hi consultation.
Each man acts for )lm lt.' ami If miy
thing In done no (won U. to blame ; It
naeddent. TlieClumbvrnf Comiiirnv,
If k o'er meet, U a small gathering that
adJ&uriH quietly. There U no plncv three
or four citizens cm get together to talk
upon public bii!.!nc, iiml it 1$' probable
that If n society urrc orsanletl a Cltl
xen'a Adiocliitloii. or i:iicthlng of tlio
kind It notild'lhe a brief ami not m ry
brilliant lite, lint the ep-iment of
stich an aoclatlon should lw trirtl, iu
tho hope that It might result in mtoc
good to the city. To uelt an aKvcutior.
uch queatloiu hs the nroioed lurth ot
.Trily celebration mlcht bo Mibmltied. surf
tfcer matter nt public lntint. But
who tn Cairo lu the energy to aiawpl
the organization ot Mich an jsxhktsi-
A tpccW teleyrain to lire Ihieayv
Tribune from Springfield, give vtirrriKj-
to the nimor that Acting Governor Glenn
will be advlu-d by his political trieml
take advantage of lit bm f lease upon
power and remove the IVnitrntfarTiVnii
ralisioners on account of .illegal Irxvipi
larities in conducting that institution,
and the appointment of other tostteetnl
ihem. "It may be," say the telegram,
"that it Is contemplated in the plan to
urge the reir.ovMl of other oftlem; but
if o, it has not been declared."'
This Is a canard, of course. Gou-r-nor
Glenn is not a foollh nun, and no
perton will thrreforc approach him to
make the proposition uggc-tcd In the
telegram. If nobody has mentioned that
the removal of othnr officers Is
contemplated, how doe. the correspond
jentof the Tribune reach the conclusion
that other removals nny 1k contem
plated? It may be contemplated by Pres
ident Grant to resign, but Mich a "may
be" Is not sufficient foundation for the
assertion that he intends to resign. It
iny be Gov. Glenn's Intention to remove
nil Gov. Bcverldge's appointed olllcei-s,
but there I scarcely a possibility that he
will do so. "May be" Is the foundation on
which the 7Vi'6km" correspondent built Ills
canard.
Hon. A. A. Glenn, nresldont of the
tate Senate, is now the Acting Governor
of Illinois, Governor lluverldgo. being
tewp-jnirily nbsent at the Kast. Gover
nor Cllenn'rt llrst actus the executive, wa
to pardon a young man who had w hipped
ftraxcul within n point of his life turln-iilt
Ing a sister of his, and been lined for the
offense $25 and sentenced to the county
Jail for thirty days.
Governor Glenn N a Democrat, the
Urst member of that party who has oc
cupied the Governor's olllee since 1S.MJ
He is a modest gcntlcinuu ol good part'',
In the Senate, he was industrious nnd
eonclentlous In the perforinanco of hi
duties. ;Courteou, he wa firm In advo
cacy ot his opinions and a determined op
ponent ot those lie believed to be the ad
vocates of wrong polltlc.il doctrines or
measures. The lobbyist never approach
ed him. Ills honesty is above s uspleion.
At the eomtnencment of the session of
the present General Assembly, Senator
Glenn was nominated by the ' Independ
ent Reformer ns their candidate for
Imklcnt of the Senate, and after a stub
born contc-t, defeated Hon. Thomas S.
Casey, one of the able-t and most popu
lar members of the Senate, who had bien
nominated by the Democratic caucus.
In the chair he won golden opinion from
all sorts of people. He v. impartial In
his ruling, and pre-erwd lu flic body
over which he presided jvifeet order.
The Senate, with Glenn In the chair,
wos In striking contrast with tliu Hnu-e,
with Unities a Speaker. The one
was adlgnltled body; the other vn. ti
mob.
Governor Glenn Is not well known
" throughout tho State. All the f'.ime. he
has he acquired as the prefdlng officer ot
the Senate. Hut he ha a political At-
turc Dciorc hlrn, II lie will but assert hi?
claims. The Democratic party could not
nominate a better man for Governor.
His nomination would lo endorsed by
the Independent Helonner-. They coulil
not.refui-e to ficcopt from us as a candi
date for Governor, the man they olleivd
to ua as thdr candidate for Acting Lieu
tenant Governor. Upon Governor Glenn
all the eltmcuts of imposition to thu Re
publican party In Illinois could be united,
and In our opinion he U the oulv person
In the State the Democrats ami Independ
ents can nominate for Governor with an
probability of success at the poll?.
CHVBS BIWXKKED.-.t fOLITM'si
Ul'TJ.OOIi. "",L
Hon. Carl Schurz, the UistlnguUhed
ex-Unlted States Seimtor from MUsourl,
wanne rvapieni oi u complimentary
uinnerai re.w loric, on thu LTlh of
April, tendered to him by prominent till
miu, among whom wero Win. M. Kvarts
Charles Francis Adams, Jr., lvter
Cooper, John J. Cisco, Park Godwin.
David A. Welles and Cyrus W. Field.
In response to n addres and toast by
Mr. Evarti, who presided, Mr. Schui'z
Mdaaspeeeh, in which he explained
hU political tonrso since tho war and
fereshadowed what would bo his polltl
ml course hi the future,
"We have two political partlcsHo-day,"
aid Mr. Schurz, "but neither of them
i tlio people, l am eouvlnced Hut,
IWlndeiiendentvottrsIs troii!r
AOUgh toflva victory to cither."
Mf.senurr ta, ja our pptaion, ttlog-
m" mrf, ,ww tin po.
pic are not satisfied with
the Democratic and llciiubll-
can parties. Ifthls is true, why dothev
cling with such pertinacity to theni? .Mr.
Schurz believe In the peoplo hi the ab
stract, but he has evidently concluded
that what he ealls the Independent parly,
u small body of respectable elllens. con
tains the people. Ho is a political philos
opher, ill his study he i eieoiu liim-elf
into the bcllel that he mid gentlemen like
the Ad:iuiic, blue-blooded mul nristo
eratltf ; John J. Chco, money-loaded and
anti-Democratic; Win. M. Kvart-, able
mul egidl-tlenl. should Iw permitted to
oriranlze the party of the pcoph, pany
which they, nnd such us they, would lead
by tilling the public olllee. and build up
by running the government with all the
dignity of high-toned Mnteuunhl.
If.Mr. Schurz wert-Ie of a potitkal
phHoopher. and more ofa practical pott-
tlclau, hu would iK'. f.tll to hum thai
he only I a -t.-ite.iwu who tandlr XI
material he tlml in hi wn- intrwt
throw ing it i-il in ltvrtl. Mr . S-ls.m
admit th.it tlie p-otle ar lalV Mneii
about are w l In LVMKsmt asri KrvlV
lUd jvstilt, ami tkt tlxr (mm n
coac 1 1 emu? n thrat Rnv Ur
aj. Ibe jwj ane mm HrtMM M,
tlwe isnle., Trrt,ir" tw vffi hxvr
ahtgt!kk nvk fJer s ilinm. "(V-
1 1h y W km Vo-t -aiT 4 it,-. frnH
pwis ftf lit ttMmrry. Mr. xAorc n m
IAVM fun, 1 Mf lW IKVifak
ihr ;ma(m f tbtwe t-; x.'tri wtt
Wly
Wl)evrr Mr. .-yir juiy otka
other irtnxwt:ta( pofcitui iMfc-t-
phers may ar -bxMtid doae Irs- taw
Ifc'opl. tlie fie: niB-t beappwmt to ttty
eommon-seiil eitUn. t hat tbe plitMMl
tuttle of next .war will be fought hv the
Democratic party on iIk- one slle ami the
Republican party on ih- other. The
Demorratle patty a organiHl to-dar.
leavened as It hai btru bv the .Vew De-
parttire. the Greeley mouinent and the
stteee. of the efforts of the "live U-ito"
element of the orgaiiljitlon, Is not really
the same dethint revolutionary
party that hi isij threw
Chase nldo and noiulnnt "d
Frank lllalr bee,iue he was the author of
the Ilrondhrnd letter. It Is a uarlv that
has adopted as Its platform the pollthvd
doctrines advocated.Iu lute years by such
men as Carl Sehtirz, John M. Palmer,
Newton Booth and Lyman Trumbull,
who, when they ceased to be Radicals,
becamu Democrats lu tho best sen?e of
thu word Democrats, who to-d.iy can
unite iu advocacy of the principles laid
down by Thomas Jefferson, In 1M)1. a
the platform of the party ot which he
was the founder
"F.mtal and exact justlcn to all men, of
whatever state or perMia'lnn, religion'
or political ;
"I'eace, commerce nnd honest friend
.i.t. ...
ninp iiu.ui iKiiums euiangim;raiiiaiiee
with none ;
The support of the Stateoieniinents
In all their right, a the mo,t eoniiietent
administrators of our dumc-tle eoneerns,
and tliosurest bulwarks iigalnt aiill-vc-publlcan
tcndcnele ;
"The lu'oervatlou of the General Gov
ernment It Its whole eoii-tltuilonal vigor,
n tlioshi'ct-auchnr of our peace at hoim
and safety abroad ;
"A Jealous care of the right of election
by the people, n mild nod -ale corrective.
of abuses which are lopped bv tho sword
of revolution where peaceable remedies
are unprovided ;
'.'Absolute actinic-enee hi the decMou"
of the majority, the vital principle of re
public, from which there U no appeal
but to force, the vital principle anil im
mediate parent nl despotism ;
A well-disciplined militia, our best
reliance In peace, and for the tint mo
ments of war, till regular may ixlleve
them ;
'Tlieniprcmapy of the civil over the
military authority ;
"Kconomy In the public expense-, that
labor may be lightly burdened;
I he houet payment ofonrd-bl.-, and
sacred preservation of the public faith ;
'ucouraeniciit of agriculture ami ot
commerce ii" lt handmaid ;
"The diffusion oniif.inu.itlon. and the
arraignment of all aou-e- at the bar of
thepublU rea-ou;
"Freedom of religion, fr-edom of the
pre-, and freedom of p.-r-ou under the
protection ot the ha'jciifcorpiit ; mill
"Trial by -.jurie lmp.irtlhlly selected."
The Dotnoeratlc pn ty lr. vlng returned
from wandering alter the demotion of
th l.ivu oligarchy of the South, and hav
lug broken loo-e fioin the leader.-hlp ot
the men w ho 1in! determined to hold It
to the mhrtcacy of ihu dead Uaaatc, ihc
war, h.'ij r.',Mhi taken Its stand upon Tills
broad platlorm, and ha, made it tho creed
ol the political faith of lu incinher..
Having wandered from some, of these
principles lumoments.of crrorand alarm,
It has retraced Its step, and even (.'ail
Schurz, dlllltante In polities that ho Is
Miouni no; Hesitate to walk with tho i.art v
along the pith It Is now going, anil
"winch alone leads to peace, libertv and
sainy.'
i:i)ITOItlAI, ITWIM.
Tho "rand lurv nfihe iii.ti-i,. ,w f
lumblaare Imjultln Into tho elur-es ol
I'v.j...., iii.eiu ng.imsi nut Wlii",
-Od.ko.h, Weon,, wa. .U-Mrovcil
by lire on the nttcrnonn of April jt
U said to Ik, l..n,.Ml)le to estimate the
loss. 1 wo men wero kllhd bv f.dlin"
walls. The burnt district N a mlk s.piar".
-Rev. Thonia A. dagger. D. D., ,aj
iK cn consecrated i:p?eoj):il Bishop of the
Dtoccsc of South, m Ohio, Theeerenionv
was performed at Philadelphia in tho
church ot the Hol.vTrIilty, prlj 2-th
-A negro Mian named Dan WhUtTwat
lynched near Raleigh, Shelhv count v
Tennessee. April 23th; for an attemptV
ravlsh a widow woman living In Ihat
vicinity.
tt.mT" rfsmlon of Atornpy General
Williams has been accepted. "My sin.
eeiv frknd.hlp ucooinpnle. vau," ?sy
the President accepting tho rolgnatioii.
"and the best wishes for your succv."
Mr. Picrrepont ha-been appointed to tho
vac.iucy nride by Mr. William' relgna
tlou." A dlp.ileh dated at Meinphl. April
2.lh, says : "Complaints nro pom lug In
from all surrounding counties, of the
fearful destruction of hor-es and mule
by the. buffalo gnats. Many email plant
ers, and especially colored ones, uiv ni
hil d by ha lug their only tmro or nude
killed, mid being unable to tvplae them
it n lime when tltev aro soludly
needed." The MemphW rorfr- pili4lsh
e a letter trwm a tlanter near M.iyw,
Fayette county, w"iVh mv "N.n
le tliati W hMxs ami nV
luvv lirl during tlx vt thr
stay within mw of tkJH )4mv. I
wtot dw to my tmw m-MSi,f
' xi tmc way l .s Kw ww m my twrm,
wl IV, HmMtt . hiV '(wiin'vrv
hvo-i JUrl,V iWrtx JxV. li WVs
, HVr 4i,n-aiio. t. a mcf4 " !
' iwsvney. S.-nw A rh fenww wR)etii
fxV).M tm m, part rJey.p irtawt
osV a- hv no mMwyAjwqnei the
vtw."-
! lhK MMMJa" ilnnw H tiu la pro
1 erw.-Mf. IV-cotkt hvK tfnr4 4ntt
Mis .nt. Am iMfnw In U t msMNJ
the -;. ihn Aw will
rtnn lrn fbe sAmmV. ti hn hrr
Mrs. riUflh wwttua be . iTwns :
j MJ tir if.toUw, Imt fS now dmim.
, W t Ijv. -UHtrnK is AnUwin , '
ha tm ahjaod DmhrV law.
r.w4. i w. www Mirzty, ano orra
lona::y po'.li, a J6 ml cart chalkmr-
nig eiiiief of Uk ianics to the trial to
call him i.-i lin siantl. I mler date April
2itli, Mr. Roweu publi-luxl tlie ftdlowln,;
"tatement. whiWi n1ll Ije rend with in-
tere-t, and i iiudcr-tood to mean Hint h
will publi-h what he knowi unle'-
allowed to tell it on the stand :
I have not been siibpena d bv either
de. I have been reiH'iiieillv !inir...i..i,...i
by Irieiid of both .-Me who have trhd
Jo llud out what I will u-MiiV to. but I
have gratllled neither i.art v. null 1 do not.
expect to. What I have to ntv is verv
scrums nnd wa communicated to me lu
(oiitldentlnl relations which llcecher and
i iiton tornieily lield with me, ami 1 ean
not lllld will not dlselo-u It eveeot
through the process of tho law. or unless
I lllll forced to do it, to relieve invtell
of some stigma which mav be put noon
me.
1 have iTeen told that If I did not. le-tirv
lor the plaintiff, defendant's lawvers
would abuse me hi their MiinmiuL'' up.
I.i t them idiu-e. 1
The plaintiff' counsel urged me verv
persistently to oiitllm; my le.-llinoiiv fur
t hem. nnd under their prowm- I' kdil
niai i woiiiu imni; aliotit it. Hut alter
iimsiiiiaiion wiiii iu v counsel and with d
nuinher of gentlemen who-e opinions
value very highly. I shall adhere to mv
iornicrcoiiclii-ion to keep billet -Ioiicc'
ns to what I know.
mi: ii:iiMitiiTi;.iiiii:i:.ui:.i.
I signed the tripartite covenant again. t
my Judgment, and haling signed I have
kept the pledge. ;oii that 1 Letter Hun
the other geiilleineii have don .Air.
(Jhitlin livought the paper to ine and r-alil
llnil lleivlierand Tiltou had Imiied their
(iiiiieuiues. nun liiasinueti as l had no
financial dlllleiillles wltli either oi them
there was no reason whv I should not
sign It. I signed at lint, utter I had
gieatly ntneiiiled the article I (a inter
ested Iu. I would not slun the paper,
again. It Is tho only obstacle to mv
making known the laets that are In mv
po-H's-loii. I do not seek the witness,
stand, iuasinui'h n. Gen. Traev's conspi
racy es-ar has been lllled w'lth prom
ises inai nave not necn Kept. lieu. Irecv
propo-nl tonmu'that I was a coll-plra-loragiiint
Mr. Iteicher. Wchave heard
no tesilmonv on th.ii iioint vol.
and I
mi.iii cApcei none.
, t ... 1 1 .
what ii:i:.mhm)ois i.vixfi
theiclcr'. been liei'illi'V. nei'liirv nne.
Jury! Itlifrlghilhl. .Surely some one
ougnttogoto prlMin Irom that court
room. I know that, lie haiv lu en i.ii.t
about things that I knew perfectly well to
I... ,1tO'... I . ,...,1T. . .
"i. '"' inn, c.mi i uiuicaic, oi course,
which side Ihev are on. hut I do not lio.l.
tato to sav that there his been the mnsi
awful downright perjury."
Tlio Secret.
I'lio-c who lirie a liiMiitirnl 1 I r,r
hair, faml wc know our l.'iilc ivionii. oil
do), will thank n torn few word on the
Invaluable ijualltle of Aycr's llalr Vigor
as a ilres-hi''. , one ,m. CIW, n i.,,,,! ..
iiinor. keep the head I'reo J'ronid.imlrull'
ami ctirl, slop.s the ti.iiilencv of our hair
to tall, ami bei'ditcus its hcautv. A
Il'dit touehlii'' ulih It reinoci'i lln
ctjai-sc mid dry nppea ranee which neglect
ed hair put. on, imparts si rich los., and
liiaucs us present!! h o in th ost liisiiloo.
ahle company, ritich rate iiualllleallous.
pre-euieii in n single preparation, create
lor It mi enduring value ; but add totlic.so
the Lieu ty of restoring to gray lockslheir
youthliil color, and iiialiitaliilngouri:ood
looks with so small mi e.pondlturu of
time and attention, and von staiuti it
prime lavoiite with the public, nnd en.
siii;elt.-,ierin'jnent ami enduring popu-
r".ll Krfiius..H'lniii,siifu Id beauty
or i,'r-nn;il iippi'.ir.iuw liuui not tie-'-lect
llut natural aiv.'-ory. ilk- lialr. Uv
inany It li:iP Uvw tu':kvtcl until tliu lialr
has Inrmno 1 1 1 1 1 - Kray, or tutltvly fallen
oil. Mew.. Hail Co., Xa.liua, X. II..
cil m '""'V "fvl '"'its'tual remedv, called
beillau llalr Kenuwer, which cures all
iliscaH's of tho scalp. This (fomlerfnl
lirejiaratlon nets upon the "lands whMi
s'ipiiiirt ami nourish tin, l:,ir, retoreh
Kiay hair Mn original color, innkes the
-calp white anil clean, remove ami pre
vents the formation of dnudrul)- ami all
euiani'oiH eruption; nnd, by its tonic
nut nutritive properties. reMorc- tho
bCiilpto a healthy Mate, and create a
now jrrowth. As n drei-lii-. It N unsiii
pawl, fflviufr the h.Or that hrlllianev nt
inui'li admired hy all. Jhthn
mil,
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealer lu
LTJIMIIBIEDIR,
Allkluili hard awl eoft,)
PLOORINO, SIDIWa, LATH, &o
Mill uuil Yard,
OoiTtor Thlrty-Fourth Btrogt nnd
Ohio Levee.
THK DAILY BULLETIN.
rpilt: lIULUni.V ui'tWI'liciU'vcrj nwniins
(rxcvpt Monilly) ti; the I'utUtlll Itullitlng, el
tirr WBtuujjin aimar aulTwrtnii vtix-ct
I'iik ltl'UKn lnrulln rtly mltwrllM-J I')'
fiiltl)(il enrrlcrist 'mnlj-Hi IVuti iWnk;
lyt)lcwiTKIj; lir mi:, tiu iiitnaor), flOir
uw:m ttx i;iuth Si- thirr mouth, S3 nir
matHh, S! tj.
TIIK WKKKI.Y lUMiLETlX.
roMJvhot fvYrr i,.i-mI3 mora(nr ft M
the Wet4.lj- n?K k l lht o
Hurt mlwnm fc swWHplhsn
ADYERriSIXCt KATKS.
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t3' SfKt 4rrr(rs '-fVsrmrrlorln-MMMMMsts
Watt to rt t ciirprs an'l man
tr t -jx: awir ftran .
rj-Notiow in imi ,liinvn iti'srliO for Flf
tws lu jt lliw tor one Imfrtlon, Tirtnlr
Ct- a line far two InMrtloni, Twcnljr-Kivr
Ccat a line for ttinf in rtion. 'nilrlv-rivc
Cnta a llr.c f.ir tmv tk, nnl Ptiei.ty-FIvr
Onti a line formic month,
Communications upon aubjocta of Ken-
eral Interest to tho public solicited.
53"AU Idlers thotild IcmMit'int tu
.I01I.V 11. OIJKItl.Y.
l'rciiiknt (,:dro Itulletin Company.
New Advertiiemcnts.
PRESENTATION
GOODS.
fine C'riH'di himI Aincriran
xxrv.ui OHES,
CHAINS, CLOCKS,
JEWELRY,
ENGAGEMENT RINGS,
V
Miillll NIImm-, I'hie Nllvci' riulr. Kir.
In dlnetliiK Kltnitlnnto cur liiinuns Mtock.
Vvf K-lM' tu sl:ilii ttuii tt- li.tt v roniortrd
W illi llic.lrw, try tmilulu i hlaiito otrr linwii
Nyir, mi'l i jii oITrr Inducomnnts that Ucfv
Oompetttton. '
GOODS BENT BY EXPRESS TO ANY
PART OF THE COUNTRY. '
53"liUiihy by null promptly uimvensl.
HAMILTON,
ROWE&CO.,!
t. , 00 STATE STREET,
boullii-.i-t Cor. W'iijtlihvtoii, OHIOAOO.
WANTEDr';-"
Ail.tiTss or Inmili,.
CUICAOO PLATE AND BAR MILL CO. '
132 S&nruom St. CUlcaco, 111.
Newspaper Postane and Who
Pays it.
One of the inoHt itllllcult things to etrtalii
Willi liny c ililnly Is tliu riiriiliulun ol" u ni'U'n
uper. 'I lie new postal law, lii,H,',r, Mlildi
uipiiici the pupajinrnt uf nil iicKfiiaiitrs tent
In kiibjeillicM thrmiuli llir nuiU Hinmen ill!
Iionhli' Willi Hint Imini'h (it ll,i- cni'iilmliin.
'I lie fiilliiwln liiMe, ulik'lilias WriiujMrlaUy
will Id WatlilnKtiiu ly 1 lile.ifn pi,!m.nov.
in Hie repiirl nl lilt otlii-e fur Hit- inonlli nf .lunii
niy, flinui Unit Hie lMi.ii-Di mv pay,, nnnv
....1 inrnli Itu I lil.m I.SlIi M . 1 1 ,iU ......I'll'..., ...
uiul Weekly tlmil lilt the liiiliiA lililil.,nl lii
tlircity I'liiiililnnl. '
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I'ulilo;ill(in. i Isetie lh n.t
Total
7 M.
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stJ 17
rA'R.Iour'l IMlly ...
IM rWivl.ly
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117" M.-.s
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weekly, whs S'.liiiM, i.r wtilcli
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noiMbliKil.-t'lilcaito liitcr-Oewni. Keb
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION;
Marriage
niarrr. eo th vtjilolotict.
fiTtarkt fttfl rtftlitioDf of
ii. itiun. villi Ibt
Guiao.
Uioil Ji-MTfrlti la il9 id qo cf riprJwUoo, prnli4
(twrtfiaririirD, o.
Tbli U 3 low r it' or 'k fciBJp"
ri;i-i, vttb bumvrom tnzrk'ing, nui ruuttloi tuatblt
ur-rintieo for i&oi wli nr urrleJ orfeaJi bm
H2l UU It li twk tUt outbt to krpt ua-itt 1k
to 1 Uf, ait oot la't f ilcif aboat th hut.
It ooulai U. srriroot ol 4lc r tinlHt
hM rrpuUUat) It worM-ftM. n4 bol4 t la ibtprt-
ai drawer ( on rj mala $ni ft nut throt-ibo'it tb court
rielK). It cmbTaoci crcrytUlnf on td ittjKi er tfct iorr
aUv-i ayit n that If ortfc kuovloi be4 - tlutt I fttft
puMlibtkl la injr nti-r ork.
yn to an cut itr 1 1 pot) for riftr fu.
A-tlroii lir, buv." JJuLMiitr. o. U f', Lifbib Jt,
Notice lo the Afflicted and Unfortunate.
HcM?-ijlil lo tb rtAtorlQna qaacka h4tfrtlt
fulM TW, tt uilDf any auftek rwtt, rru' lr.
liu'iV oii, nouatur wtai iirdUai l WsUwdf4r
r.')roarQ'1,lU-rj.
Vr. liaita octijtJtt a. d-itiMa bott of twtaty.! tn rnemi I
It mirM t j ion of tb moit eWbrti tavlleal proN
on f tUli cvtiotrjr a1 ftorv. cm b fonntliH ptr
piuanjr tr ty eoatl.on tbt djitaM pentrw41oiil-offcfc
ir.-,c5 ail rorlori, ho 11 cfti Kl&tft itml, Hi
rt lh-.-.t, pi, l,oqla, JUA
PRESCRIPTION FREE.
ITlOUtlm n)y wire of Seminal Weknef
S I.oit Muuliood uiul ull dlnld brotiiihl
uuby Indlicitttona or erce, Any Drttftftst
IMP MIU IIMflVlirjlH
Dr. K.
t
l-.lUwly
MlYftlt'IAX.
ylLhlAH K. SMITH, M. I).
ItKSIDENCi:; No Jl llililfftilli ettcet, tie
'.irivii WneliliiKlun hIciiiic and W'ulnut Mnvt,
OlTICKsNoilli sMc of Klglith plrw-t tic
tiM-rn Diiunieri'l.il uii'l W'liMilnylon uwieio.
o.
W. DUNNINO, M. D.
ItKxiDllxct;: Corntr .Suilti ,uvl Wntimt
stiw-U.
Ot'i'IC l: : t'OIUiT Slllli Mxrt anil Ohio Utt.
OKl'lLi: IH)UI!S fn.niC.u m. lim , ni.
irom i lu m p to
W. BLAUW,
Qoruiun Physician.
OKt'IC'lIi llntKr' lllnck, (iip-tllr) rotntr
KUhlti slort nnd Vu..Mutnn htoiiuc.
I.ASVYt.llS).
JOKNH.WljVr.Yr" "
Allni'uty nl I,mv.
I lt:0, ILLINOIS
Ori'tCK t;itilh Strw-t,KpA.s?ul.mii.cf
m iul W n.Wilijjnm nimuirl.
.AKUKt,
r. WltUKI.tJK.
1 1 ( o r ii i',ym JLJ '
Of VICtt. ishfci t4rr, ,nr .m rrirnitttf
o,vHwt t ltl NsIivhu.1 lUiik,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS
;c-
S KKKN
"1
I Atlnrnr.rM nnd ComiNcIor
' tit l.nu.
OFril Y. Ohio t rrc.-'nm ' nnd !
(.itr .Njli nl lljiik,
wmumll Cnin, )
Wllltamll (.iliftl. ! (AtltO ILLINOIS'.
1'1 Frol'L l.ill'rt 5
0In ill sivicioii irtvrn lo .'lmlintly ami
!mnilat hushes
M.'i'i'i.Y ii;i'oT.
i vat.knttnk pp.Rnw
Steamboat, llotol nnd Family
SUPPLY DEPOT
ami nrt..i iv
Groceries, Vegetables. Game,
TOULTRY,
Pish, Eggs, Northorn Butter, &c.
Eighth Street,
Between WaahiiiHton and Commercial
Avenues.
t-(iooit '1,1 vucil tm orrlnrj.
itt:.M. i:sT.VTK ,vji;m.
JOHN a. HARM AN &
Real Estate
CO
HOUSE A.C3--EHSTT3
COLLECTORS.
CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES MIC
Land Airenti of the Illlnola Contral Ad
Burllnnton una Uutnoy It. Jl.
Corapaules,
North Cor. Sixth nnd Ohio Litres,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. 11. LTXCII.
LYNCH
M. 1. HOMLKV.
& HOWLEY,
"E3TATX3
fXI-
Souse Agents,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At tho Court IIou.n
SPRING!
SUMMER !
Prices to suit tho Times.
"Wholojalo Piguros, but No Credit I
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Noxl Door to Stuart St Gholson's
EIGHTH STREET,
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND
WASHINGTON AVENUES.
HATS, llmntH, Klimern.i", Iirm, lllhlioiii,
Mlkn, Velvets, 'llu, Itin-liliiK', Coitrw,
Klilfilovo, llonlery, Wortteila,
AIo the. "Laillca' Dxttsi Itefonn'
consul".
Anil ull th- new Hvlei of trimming Mlks for
iilii2(uiil Mmiiuer.
!-Uis) kooiIi will lie oitat Ten-low Hi
urrn. f.irCAhll nnd CASH O.VI.V. I-ll-'.Hif
HOWE
iTHE WORLD" RENOWNED
ortiwiN.u, howi:
Sewing Machine
fun be sfeii at our ntlW tii Imlow eiwllled,
Uiere will uluay tic found o'full nnd rompletu
Huck. Ainu a (jooil oiijijily cf
Sswing Silk, Spool Coltoa ani
Krery pmon wUhlnu to buy u
First-Class Bowing Mnohino
hhouM not full tnraltiiniUxainlnr nurmnchlntu
uiul lermj, IwfoirpuicliMlnKidtewhrri'.
We elulm lor thli miine
s'reulrr Diu-ahllll v, MliiiilCilly, nhd
.nr oroprrutlon,
IV.1 l''t'-'"'-ltt for ull kinds of worlslhBfi
UllL.'.4i'r. ":i-'"--; In tlie market, uiul will
Kuntauteu euilre, unilitactlou) aolil on
Monthly Payments if Desired.
THEHOWB MACHINE CO.,
mr nnd Ntfltb i"t.
Win
tIKVOntNTH.
BARCLAY
Wholasala
DRUGGISTS
-
PAINT AND
JOBBERS ujL
TVV BBaViiakHaHaKSVEeBU kWu
m vaKeSuaaBBiBBB "ft
PATENT MEDICINES, TOIIiin AIlTICLV:a,
DRUGGISTS' FANCY CIOOD.'", COLLIIill WII1T13 JVKAD,
WAX PLOWED MATEP.WvL, VENUOV GLASS,
BKUSItES, SOAP3, COLOUS. OILS
TUBE COLOaa,
CHEMICALS
VAUNISUEO,
WK follrlt i'irrcsHinlfi!te nnd nnler ff.m tini t l'hiIpiin and (tmtml Stores In mil
of kcxhI. In our line Mi-imWt. I'lut-tft i .i 1 1 . ,i,,l; Miillclne .ur- fiimUhtsl it .
fllliil wllli rell.ilile llniRsnt ii.Mon.ilil t.iii-r.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL. Q
74 OMo Lcvoc
Importer and Wholcsalo Dealer in
'F'on.iuia-'ixr jzlistjes domestic
Win& and liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full Bt ek of
J3Loxxtx.xclx.zr Eouroon,
Monongahola, Ryo and Robinson County
1S7?"3EXjS33E3s3!
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
WM. GLENN & SONS.
Head-Quartern for Groceries !
IMMENSE STOCK! OB GAT V'AHIETVi! L0r PRICES!
COFFEE Ric, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR New Orleans, Hard and Soft Refined.
SYRUP New Orleans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS
Finest Assortment 4n the West
ALIO
Commission Merchants,
AND DHAI-KltS IX
Piovisions,Flour,6ram, Seeds, DriedFruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
68, 70, and 72 Vine Street, CINCINNATI.
BROS
and RotaU
.NII -
OIL DEAIiEM
JrcJJL'AiLiRS Oi'
JJYJS STUFFS
PERFUMERY,
ETC., ETC.
ijfcf DETAIL & PREGCUf TIO "!
Vts3hlnst03 A v., Cor. 8th St,
A Jr EH

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