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JOHW X.OBKrLy, Editor.
,SpliiKflelJi Ma.t euHVrcd a live him
dml Uiomaml lollar flrv on Sniulny Inst.
Iii( liftmen were ill-covercil nt lmlf-paSt
two In Hip aftcrootm ntnl were not wholly
fxtliiiil'luxl until the next innrnliiK.
'I'lio days ol the Krassliopjicr in Ml
fourt have been numbered. The people
ImvelK'Ktin to rat him. Ora"lioppur
oupi, gmsshoper $tcw., and jrnishoit
pcr roasts will oon ile-troy tlie Kt
from the face of the laud
The Federal celebrated decoration day
at Arlington on the 30th ultimo, and the
ex-Confederates oherve to-day a me
morial day nt the same place. Seventeen
llwMSiud Union soldiers lie at Arlington
and about two hundred Confederate sol
dier. IX MKMOItl.l.M.
On the 17th ln-l.. Kentucky will mourn
In form lor the 1o of John ('. ltreekln
rldge. The demonstration will be held
In the city of Louisville, and will he par
ticipated In by the Masonic and other
Lodge. Gen. William IVe-ton will he
tlie orator of tlie day.
PKaitTiao axd I'Rovmr.NTi:.
Pelitigo, Wlscon-Iti, which suffered o
severely from lire several year ago, has
had a repetition of Itsnlllictlon within tlie
last week in the shnpo of four separate
lire all destructive. Yet l'eshtlgo doe
not provide Itsclt with a fire engine, nor
even a hook and ladder company, anil
when a tiro occurs stands ami looks at
the. destructive flames and talk" about the
mysterious dispensations of Providence.
kf.pt m-tot xii r. way.
The .S'ioi says Captain Isaac Clements
did not spe.ik at Mound City lecaue lie
was not Invited to do so. We thin): this
Is a mistake. The eommitteu searched
for speaker?, and If Captain Clement.
had not played a little sly game ot hide
and seek, he would have Iccii compelled
to speak. Kvldently the Captain didn't
want to orate, mid therefore kept out of
a i.K.tiTTo iiifNToi-j-i:i.
Wealthy women who vi-It Kurope.
not more for the pleasure of travel than
to bring back with tlicm astonishing toi
lets from I'ari and London and which
they have been In the habit of getting
through the custom hoimj at New York
without the expensive formality of pay
ing upon them Die custom house, duty,
are about to have their Irregularities
stopped. Secretary Uri Mow has appoint
ed special revenue detectives to examine
the trunks of travelers returning from
abroadind every article not In the line ot
customary weariug apparel will be sul
jected to usual duty. It Is estimated that
the government will saw, by ordinary
watchfulness tu thl direction, million of
lAllor m unify,
Ceii. Sherman hits said many blunt
things In his Memoirs, nmi !,, "nonwJ
everybody that he could think of when
writing, lie has not ubu-ed thoni In very
rough language, but has bluntly said
that this and that soldier was a lailuie, or
if not a tailure was not perfect, or was
mean, or a rascal. He does not believe
this to lc abuse, lie believes it to bo the
truth. The only really excellent person
living, in public or private llle, or lu or
out of the army, is Gen. Sherman.
In oii2 part of his book he descrlbe
the burning of Columbia, South Caro
lina, and says the tire wa probably start
ed by accident. "In my Judgment," he
ays, "it began with tlie. cotton which
Oen. Hampton's men had ct lire to on
leaving the city. In my ofitclal report of
tins coiillagratlon, I distinctly charged
It on Oen. Wade Hamilton, and confess I
did so pointedly, to shake the faith of his
people in him, for he was in my opinion
n braggart, and profeswd to lie tho etpi:
cial cliamplou of South Carolina." Thl
Is a blunt acknowledgment by tho Hen-
end that he told a lie, but then ho lied he
cause Hampton wa In his opinion a brag-
gart. It Is no sin to lie on a braggart.
CARMOKDAI.E'N llOll.i:i CIIIKK.
Wldsky and beer baloons are not toler
ated In Carbondalc, but boiled eider
Moras to be playing the mischief lu that
extremely temperate village. A thirsty
. ,, I . .1 . M . .
iciiutv wiio uraiiK ioo mucu oi it lu u
billiard saloon thcro one day last week,
became quarrelsome, was arretted and
taken to the calaboose, sot (Ire. to the
building and csnperi trom the ciiilodv of
the marshal and a squad ol assistants.
Tills circumstance, and the rumor that
the druggists of Carbomlale occasionally
fall to remember the ordinance which
forbids tlimi to sell Intoxicating liquor
except on a physician' prescrip
tion, moved a correspondent of the Ob-im-sr,
evidently a new resident of Car
bondalc and n young man, to rush Into
print and denounce tho law-breakers of
the town. "I hear," says the champion
of temperance, "that there nre druggists
who have been selling Intoxicating drinks
In violation of city law uud that law or
Uod which says kick to him vshkh yiedh
tU rulghW drink. T,atuitcit the buttle
to him oral tnakut Aim drunken." We SUS
Iect that Uio Qittrcer's correspondent
made u terrible mistake and got somo of
that boiled cider himself. Nytlilii" les
could have putteit lihu up t tM" .,',
NEN ATOR HOWTIl7t. iA Iff IKK
Senator llooth, of California, Is one of
the ablest politicians in tho country. Ho
makes an excellent speech, and has h cu
HuccewfuUn a contest before the neonlu
tfdutt both the Democratic and ltci.ub
Ucan parUes of his State, but lw, ftiu0t
SSfcn,0f tltc fact t,mt 1,14 1"
tbto Instance was more the con.enucucc
lucky tomblnatloi. ,,r ,i A ..
. . i.i ' -U1UVHU'.!S
SiVt,lU' tUwi the nort f
MW MrtV. How....... l.l.
w "s'm, mi iicces seems
10 IllM'f liliujo liltti n ,!U IjulJlCt ((
tic lllotflcal 1U iiii Ink nlnm with
J-olimy. nliil Ail.tim, mill lit-hls Htol tic
peoplo mv rl)o for oinrllilnr HMHn iol
Itli". In il title ..oecll nl Sriif I'lanclsoo,
lie snlil, Unit iipniik' Vi-rv ireiiMntlc ut.i,
toKetrlilof both tlitf' Hemlillcmi mid
Moinornitlo Mrtl(. If tliU i , why
tin not tin; iRnlu ff0 tuto the tinfci.wiiil
cntiurty, rt Senator llooih nert they
wi-lltntlo, Is unj lioiiy Iiouiltir them?
t'onhl niiylioily hold them If they wMtetl
Itiil ivnlly, we do not iM'llcvetlie Sena
tor. During the pnt .'lx or seven .eai
the mo't persistent ellort li:w Uxl-h nmclc
to hiTid. down tin- oraulatlon of Uio
Democratic party. It lut heen tie nouneod.
It hasheen S.JI11 nioii liy many of the
most Influential men In the eonulry. Hut
it has continued to ovist, mid so Inn I he
organization ot the Itepttlilli'iin party.
"Tlie people deleft thee parties" cay
Jjclinrz nml llootli. "ntul are anxious to
get Into our party tliu Independent."
Ii it somehow, the people continue In
thec two parties and treat the Indepen
dent party with cool dUdahi. It rains
no Mrciurlh, hut remain u sclent, little
organization, with distinguished leaders
like llooth and Sclnir, who keep .iyinr:
"Y Mi;ak for tho iieonle : and the teo-
pie, most of whom are In the Ifepuhlloan
and Democratic partie-, deti-t tlie-e or
ganization. They ore anxloiii to come
Into our party." Hut for come reason
tlieanxloiH people remain within the
partie.' they detest and do not i iili into
tho Independent rank.
i.i:r vn try Nr. i.ui'in
Tho National Democratic Convention
should he held In St. I.onl.
Chicago won't do. There the party, in
1S0I, made tlie mistake of nominating it
war man on mi anti-war platform. Disas
New York won't do. There tlie party,
in 18W, nominated si hard money man on a
platform that was a mixture of sort and
hard, and Indorsed the Illalr idea of tlie
overthrow of reconstruction by the bay
onet. I)ia-ter lollowed.
Cincinnati won't do. There the great
Liberal ltepublicaii convention met, and
controlled by Democrats, did not nomi
nate tlie man the Liberals wanted, and
much in give mo iieuincr.it: Hie man
they wanted. Disaster followed.
Uaitiinorc won t do. There I lie party
in convention sisembled nominated
Douglas and Oreeley, and in both battles
H e lists -t get a new plate, in which the
order ol past defects cannot disturb our
Ilo-tou: Ills loo larnway. And, Inside.,
it is too Ktralghl-laced for u Democratic
gathering or the national kind.
Philadelphia? It was tlie Arm-Iii-Arm
Convention city tho Prca:l-and-riittcr
Convention of tlie otllcer-holders who
rallied at the command of President John
son. It won't do.
Pitt-burg!' It is too dirtv ami Haiil
cal. Louisville? It wa the city of tlie
O'Conor Convention, and them abides
Uianton Duncan. Of course that won't
St. Louis. lust the place. U Is bucked.
I.j- 1-ulUlilu D.'iuiiciulli; Otntc that ha
no candidate for tlie Presidency. It lias
many lintels, If very Indifferent ones, and
the population i? so quiet that they will
not in any way disturb the deliberations
o( the Convention. It will do.
i.hL'irni it.viticAi.s. .
I'iic Sun of Monday evening eonlained
Xor So. We imdeintawl ibfit
dissatisfaction was uxprcssvd at Mound
wiy on lasisaiuruav. DeeaiiMj nr. Obcr
ly was invited to speak in (act that some
uiuueai- were anxious to regard It as mi
insult. Now we protot. Xothing of
that sort was thought of. Wo learn that
tlie committee were compelled to Invite
home folks because every one el.-e re-
ftti-ed to accept an Invitation. Los
than ten day ago one or two members
ot the committee on invitation waited on
Mr. Obcrly and representing that they
had tailed evenvhero else urged him to
make preparation to deliver the address.
-Mr. Oberly consented under tlie clrcuni
stances, and if hr had not made the
siiceeh there would have been none. Og
lesby, Morton and Logan had all failed,
and there wa no other chance except
Oberly, and lie did ids part better than
anyone eUe on that day.
We have no doubt the insulted Kadt-
cni" are satlsued now. Tlie apology this
.?' has made for the committee that in
vited .Mr. O. to speak at tho dedication
celebration ought tobu satisfactory to
everybody. The committee were farced
to Invito Mr. Oberly to deliver the ora
tion. There was no otl r orator lying
around loose. They Imd hunted for
others, nnd were finally ab-olutely com
Itelled to take Obcrly. So tlie committee
Is vindicated tlio feelings of Major Saf
lord, Capt. Jliimblelon and 3lr. Hogan
of tho committee, who lu-lsted upon Mr.
Oberly speaklng.liavo been placated, and
they now know probably Informed the
Dear Davis of the fact that they couldn't
do without Oberly, and that this fact
ought to 1m-a siiilli'loiuuxcu-cioi Km "in
Tim fact is, Mr. Oberly was Invited onlv
a week before tlie celebration to deliver
the oration, and prepared it on Thursday
and Friday, taking the time from his
usual labor-. He accepted the Invitation
because tho committee represented tn
him that they had been disappointed in
their "big guns," and would like liliu to
"imp'' lu their stead. Ho did tho best
be could hi the short time for prepara
tlon, and lias reason to beilovu the num
ber of "lu.ultcd Itadical," was limited to
a few fools who cannot get up out of the
stougu ot partisan politics even lor a day.
Triillttif it till 111 CiiiiiVomil....
Some little tlmu aiO llllilltlnn inn.l..
of trouble between thy Iter. iu. ni...,,.'
i a Ilrown mid the congregation of the
1. nltar an Church ot Hi ..i.i.i.m
of whlcli iihu was pa?tor. Her i'ilvn.i....ii'
views were not relished bv souie of the.
cou-Tfiratlon. and tlie lnicivii.inim .....
friendly remarks between pastorc-, and
people became u source of ni.wsn.nw...
comment, since that th,,,. Si.c
shoulii'i 'T M"" U',llls-
nreie i,MUli'.r,VR'(J','v "I'polllteil to
tin' thilltli Cfltlcil rt ntrcilili o' tin coil'
fllcg.Uton lo riloit!)y hiiiMilt tltifjll tllflr
(uluri! cour:t'. the coiiicgniln
mM the roiisiillatlon wi tiitrlcil on
by -Miv Willi- from Hie pulpit.
Among tdher thliii', she id
jnlcd (0 the eongregntloii by .it.vlng
"she felt as Paul did viheii lighting with
jvlld leasts nt KphcAii."- Mavor P. T.
Itntnitm was In cidireh t but this nsiinlt
upon Ids menagerie wn jirobablv too
much lor him, to)- lie withdraw." Tlie
light I. now transferred to lint newspa
per, .Mr. Willi mid her opponent ad
dressing the public through the pies,
mid n high old time is being oiiovcd all
THE THIRD TERM.
VARIOUS OPINIONS CONOKItNINO
li&lirMi") lllmteir Vrr.t
Coninsnu of Well-Known Entera JoutnaU,
WASitixorox, D. C, Mav ill. The
I'lvsiueiit. to-dny received iiiuiierous tele
rrrains Irotu pci'sounl friends nnd nubl o
men congratulating him upon hi- nntl-
uuru lerm icner. lie na cxpre.sseii mm
sclf very freely regarding the matter, and
says lie feel greatly relieved now that
the matter ha been disposed of, "No
one knows what a load bus Ikoii taken
oil' my shoulders," lie ald, and ndded,
"friend anil foe have alike been trou
bled h tliis bugbear, but they have not
been troubled half n much n I liaie.
The number of letters sent lo me, iiuoiiy
itious mid otherwise, nll'crlng ail sort of
ndvlw in tlie premises, I ahiiot count
ies, v cry lew people, nowever. nave
talked to mo rcgnnllng it until to-day,
aiKi i luminal
a nui:AT maxv i:i:ni:in-.mv coiitsi:.
Hut Washington is notalwnysn health v
place from which to Jud"e piiolic opin
ion. I believe the majority of tho peo
ple ol the country will appreciate
the dllllcultie I have labored under.
nnd will give tuc the credit of be
ing truintiu. i realty no not luteiui to
he a candidate, and Ifanv one construes
my letter otherw ise, or that 1 mn seeking
or will accept a nomination, tliev will do
me great Injustice. That I nil I have to
say, only to repeat that I never felt more
relieved by the. performing of u public or
political duty in nil my life than I do
communis, iiv 'i m: KAvrmix .lofn.VAU-..
on tlie letter received here to-night have
attracted considerable attention. The
fact that the Haltiiuore Sun. Independent
Democratic, give tlie President credit
for lielng carnet in Ills deelcuion I- ac
cepted a an indication that the more
moderate Democrat? of Maryland. Vir
ginia, and other border States, will now
proceed to arrange lor tlie future with
the understanding that some other
man than Grant will be the l!e
puhlicnu candidate. Such journals a
Aleck McCluro's Philadelphia Times as
sumes that the If tier is a blind, and that
Grant still intends to run again. The
Philadelphia luynhrr think this deliber
ate utterance was ilouutle.-, intended by
President Grant to promote harmony
and ct at rest distracting di-eiis-lon, but
that it will be o accepted by the country
is a matter of hope ratlin" than a-sur-mice.
The Philadelphia 1'ren thinks the
letter will have the effect to harmonize
political dissension in the Pennsylvania
campaign mm nun 10 me sirengtu ot 1 lie
I'cpublicau party In that St;
The trossliH in Washinirtfl
Ion haieit that
Secretary Fish will now bo prominently
mgcii us a caniiioaie on uic nasi-, tele
graphed to you some time ago. of a
change In ids Cuban policy.
One thing is certain, the letter has
i!.usi:i a.s c.NHxi,i:f'ii:b kisii'iuiancv:
lu political elides, uud lias already got
the friend of numerous nosslhlu candi
dates at loggerhead. It is generally be-
iiovni, in view of nil., luct. Unit a rcsiunr
Kilkenny cat tight will ensue, anil the
Third-termers, working, as previously
stated, without the sanction of tho Presi
dent, see in this prospective condition of
iillair ii great deal of encouragement.
"It we don't get Grant," tliev argue,
''who eaiiwe get
"A complete l'lelorlHl HUlory C the
Tlnu'i"' "Tlio ltMl. rlicHpt-nt, null
mum nik'vi-nkiiii 1'Hiiilly I'uiier
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JJRS. DRIQHAM & KEENER,
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS,
No. 134 Commerolal Atmm,
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TOHN H. MUT-KEY,
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Of KICK: ElKhth .Strt, btlwetn Commer
cial and Washington nvenucM,
gAMUEL T. WHEELER,
Attorney at Iaw.
OKKICKi Ohio Levi, ovtr room formiily
urauplwl by Klrt National Hank,
Q.REEN & OILBERT,
Atioi-iit-yN and Counvfloi-H
OKI'ILi:; Olilo ltv, rnnins 7 aud 8
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m 1 ia;-u 1 J i , l-,,;V'.rl . i f AlUO ILLINOIS.
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ESSpeclnl attention gitrn to Adiiilralty and
Tho advertiser, a retired iiliyleian, hav
ing providontlallj- discovered, while a Med
ical .MlMlonary in Southern Asia, a very
slmiHo vi'Kctntilercinody for thopjieedy aud
jiermanent cure nl Conmniiptloti, Asthma,
llroncliltl-, Catarrh, and all throat and Unix
affection, alo a jiosltlvu and radical upr
clllc lor Nervou Dcldlltv. Prematura tin.
cay, and all Kervous Complaint, fn-U It his
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Iowh. Actuated by tliU moUo, h 1ll
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Ueidro It, tho receipt for preparing and lull
i Irecilo.is forMiccesfnlly uliW, tin. pfrivi.
dcntlally desired remedy. 'I hoo who w-,h
to avail Iheniftflves of thn honelits ol thl
discovery without cost, can do ho by return
mail, by (nl(Jri'tllif '
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THE AMERICAN REMCOV CO..
v r o . t r
Tho TriiHteos of tho Cairo City
Froporty desire to call public utlcntlou
to the nif rlla of their property, eoniprl--
liiX a considerable portion of the Cltv of
Cairo, lu Alexander County, In the .State
ot' Illinois, and In i id Immediately ndn
'I Ids i lty, a- U well known, ! situated at
thr eonnucitee of the Ohio and Mlwllppl
rivets, it the head of unlnlerilpted navlrja
tlniionthc MUidMlrpI, beln below ob
tiructioni by Ice In llie wlutcr and low
water In Mimnicr. and thus Jia a rlear and
open river communication nt nil tinii'S over
the .Alisl"l'ilaiid lis trlbutnrics, with ull
the ejuiitrr south, to the Oillf ol Mcvlco
mid the Atlantic: Ocean. I .ali o bamilto the
muc charai'tcr iilooiiinmnlciitlou with all
tho country north out the trcalm lloivinc
liy I'. when Uose itrc.uu ate not Innavi
gable by retton ol lee or low watei.
H( lore the cm nr llallronds, Cairo hud a
couiniandim; po-lilim a a centre of coin
merce and iiaviKiition, Thli lmortalire ol
ponitlon she still pon(". but lias now the
uililltionai ailVAOlilK" oi neing a Krvai ran
niml rxtnre. :i iuiimIh-1-ol the llioat IlllHOlt
ant rallrnaihi hi tho Valley nlthcMtsilsidppl
cuiiverliiK and hating inuir teriuint
there. Aihoiil' llice. iiiniliiu' from the north
are the gicat Illinois ( ontr.il llnllroad,
which traverses the entire etnte of llliuoN
lroiiillt-cireui) northern andlinrth-eistern
tn its Miiitliern limits, and by Itscoiinccltous
nxu-niU Into all the L'leut liorthuekterii
Kralii produclm; Stale ; the Cairo mid Vln
eeiiueh. exIeiidlUKlliilil Cairo to t lie (.It)' ut
Vioeennes in the State ol Indiani, where
itsrotinectinns ail'urd direct railroad -om-
munlcatloiis with nil Ka-tcrn cities; ana
the Cairo .V St. l.oiii- Itallroad, altordiiii
direct railroad communication with tin
Cltv t M. I.onts nnd all the rallrondN ecu
terini: there. The road ro-nlns Irnui the
.smith are the New Orleans, .lack-on and
(rent Northern and the Mobile and Ohio
Hailroad. which uivc direct r.dltnad com
inunlcatloil with the citing nt Moliili and
New Orlrnni, uud uthtr .-southern Atlnntie
tea potts and by cannacllii road- with ull
the luiintry sinth ol (alio; mid coinini;
Ironithe southwest Mtie Cairn, Aikaua
and Tu..i- Kdlroad, whti-li Hlord. hlinll ir
eouiniuiiic.-itlnn with .Soiilbcru 31 lr-oui I.
Arkun.j Hid IVxa-. and Hie pttncip-.il cit
ies of tho-w fjtat,'. Thl last-named roid
will i:u, nl-o. iliivi-t connection with the
Tea-is nnd Pacific. Ito.id when It la comple
ted, llni- i,'hlnv' direct coinniiinication wl'h
the principal porli ol tlie Puuilie On-nn.
'1 liei-c ratlni.nl", leinilualliiK ut (Jalro, are
now all completed and in ciicccs-fiil opera
tion, lliose tn Illlnoli coming into the elty
iii a bank oleach ol thu river. Ohio and
Mlsslrsljipi, and tcnnlnatiuk' ut their condii
ence, thus encircling the city. Tho Hollv
Springs, HrowDiviile ami Ohio 111 v it Itall
road, and the Cairo mid Tcuuerce Itivcr
Kailroad, which will both terminate at
Cairo, are in course of construction and will
toon be completed, and other rallroadsbotb
lu Illinois and In . -!(( soulli of the Ohio
rhcr, which will alo terminate at Cairo,
are projected, and arrangements made to
build ifieni. The construction of llitie
will urcatly lncree tli rillroil i-iuiimnl-catl'in4
It central location In the crcat Valley ol
Uiu Ml'ftilppi,und tho qrrnt wealth of ri it
and railroad coinmunU'itlon, give to Cairo
uu-urpbtaeil advantagen ut. a cnmiuercl.il
point, as It afford to her eay aud cln-ap ac
veu to all the crtdn producing dUtric-ts ot
the North and Veit,and-ltnllaracctto all
the agricultural produce ccimuuerii of tlio
Suuth, thus presenlliiK tho lieu location in
the Westlornn luterchanKe of the respect
ive northern and southern coruinodltlo and
Ai u niihiiMcturltiK location the po-itiou
1 Cairo la not Ici" Important. Th; crinli
raaterlaU or every description, which con
.titilto the elements ol manufactured aril
cle, abauud on every side, Iron ore, coal,
ofMiporlor quality, and timber of everv
character, more than other, bclnL' clly
and cheaply acccnilblc, and the ilrti ail
cultural region of tho immediate, neighbor
hood, u well an the morn remote district),
rendered tributary to It by river uml rail,
tUrn U)i KUppliuNof thececekharieaor life In
HUcli ubundaucn an to render living except
tonally cheap. When the manufactured aril-t-lct
are producod, the facilities for rheap
dNtrlbutlou by liver and rail are not
Cairo has a uidral, Intelligent, liberal and
cuttrprl.liiff jiopulation of about IS.OTiO hn
s fiiperlorajrateni ot public choolc, which,
with others coudiicUd by nrlvnta cuter
prite, afford unurpi-.sed educational ad
vautaecs I pDeed or well-edtabllMied
churchennf nearly every denomination
has pitblfn and private building ol'n rupo
rlor churacter ha a climate, which for sa
lubrity and healthim Influence cannot be
.urpusjeu liu a well-rcRUlated and ef.
lic'ent miinit-ipul orennlzitloii, it -treel
ilxhtcd with kk slid other metropolitan ad
vantage., which make it hlhly deidrabld
ild In reality not to bn excelled us a place
ff poiiuauent rcildeucr.
Lota aud land ill Cairo are now oflored ut
vtrr low prluoi, aflordiui; lavorablo oppor
tunities to piirohaio, nnd the owner pic
sent thn locntioutn tho public u olTorlnj;
unrivaled advantage lor tho uccettful ei
tabhbbiueut ol conimerrlal or mauufarlur
tiiff euterpi.le. and the bet locality in thr
couutry lor profitable invunttuentot capital.
8. Staath Tayi.ok,
tUlito, ll.L,, May lt, 187.
1 1 .iJfl l
THE MW LOW KESMKyoiB "STANDARD"
mi1$fc' ."-SL'PEJtTOK CONSTRUCTION,
Great Durability with Handsome
FECT SATISFACTION Everywhere
MADE ONLY BV
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
oiu, ui i, uio onu uiu n. raAixM wrmii.T, hi. i,uuih, mo.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY DY
C. W. HENDERSON, tiairo, Illinoin. 7 m
MEDICINES, TOIIjET ARTICLES.
BRUaOIBTS' FANCY GOODS, COIiLIER WHITIS LEAD,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW GLASS,
BRU8HES, SOAPS, COLORS, OILS,
TUBE COLORS, DYi! STUFFS.
VARNISHES, ETC., ETC.
WK -ollrlt rorrri-inndrncp and oriUm flvm Dnii'bt' l'l,vU-laii nnd lifntral storr. In wan
ol (cood In our Hn .-sUuiiiIkihI, I'luutntloii mi I Fuluily Mellrine (.Wl ftimUlml or .
fllli-1 with rrllnllu tiriiK't at rr.voualilo ratr
WHOLESALE &. RETAIL, P ATRQ I RETAIL & PRESCRHTIO.
74 Ohio Lvee. ' Wuahinicton A v., Cor. 8tb 3t.
F. M. STOCHFLKTH,
Importer and Wholosalo Donlor in
FOREIGN AJNITO DOMESTIC
Wines and Liquors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Kocps a full stock of
Monongahola, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
QU,CK AND UNIFORM
Designs, and Giving PER
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