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W. L BRISTOL,
Kaept everything pertaining to
the line of Staple and Panoy Oro
oeriei, Woodenware, Vegeubloi,
Fruits, too., too.
uinerent uomoiuanon Krom any
before Offered in thejxarket,
W&ift j&jtiitie Mixed
A WISCONSIN BUTTER,
SwHttil&Uta. - ;
Central Hop Yeast
A vain This Bummer.
No. 32 BIGHT STREET
' CAIRO ILL.
The People's Jtemedy.
The Uniyenal Pain extractor.
Ask lor FomeVa Extract.
'llwr for 1 will tpeuk of aurelleut thing. "
Injuries to Mao or Unit.,
Ntralna, bpralna, Coutu-
ion., uisiocaiions .
I'rarlurex, Cuu, Itera
ted or Incited Wound,
Bleeding Lunge, or
Xom Bleed, and 111ml-
I nit (Iuiim or Teeth
Vomiting of Blood ami
Pile - llleftllng I'llei,
raiKia, nweuea ran.
tic Hwallln or Hmna.
flllrTliraa or Sonnea.
aura. Tferaa or Oulntv.
iNore or Inflamed Eyn or
Nor Nlpl-N, luitained
Painful or too Profuse
Milk .;. Ovarian UU-
ea.e tutu i Ulnars,
t'liiUinga ami t.d-oria-
lloiu or Infiuiti, or
'Hrlroa Vrlim. Kn-
l.irirnl or luflMued Vein
lllcvr. DM Ijortw, lntrr
Ball. CarlMinrl.n, Tu
niora, Hot Snelliuga.
Coma mid lliiukiim, c'haf
e.1 or rtoru t'ett.
Felon or Whitlow, Front-
i Minna or ran.
Mosquito Bit. Iniect
.Stings, Cliapped llaudn.
rauraiaia, aim rwoiuiiiemuni uj
aliU, l'liylclan. ami vtry-
bMMljr wlio I
I ever usetl it.
UAnataklA .M.l.i IKlatnV. anil UiAM mill
k! free on apnt'laatlon , If not found at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New York ami Loudon.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
Or. O. 30X730
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
lulUUa Bttlldlaax, Corner Twalfta Street
aaa Waawmctea Avenue,
tJPCtnatT tad aUUeoed Wwk a tvetlally .
1U v . ',404 j
R. SMYTH Ic OO.,
Woolteale ar.4 KUU Daalara la
Tovmigm adL Doaaettio
WIBTEH OF ALIi KIBT1M,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MSHK SUT-M A CO. liar , witljr
a lira atorkrjV tb beat ooU In l- mat
64 ! Mr'vA atlaMloa to I I'otaanU
laiitb of tlw bualtiFM
ICE ! J(J ICE !
HUSE, LOOMIS & CO.,
Tutr K'ft lun- In aimounrlnz that tlirjr
air now irrutnl to iiiily rf rr)loly Willi
iif tlinrrry Ix-'t iiiality, llhrr at ttitlr Iioii- or
at tlir loien. Onleri tlioolil l- Ifll at Ihr
No. 00 Ohio Lovee, CAIRO, ILL.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
WholraaU and IUU1I Uialtr In
PURE LAZE ICE
Cairo and Kankokeo, III.
At HuUn WlUon'e, Corner Twalflh 8t
and Oblo Ievee.
I will run an Ice wairen Uironpliout tlif
Snuuu, iltlltfrlnit purr lLc lei' In any
part of ttirclty at tlw lovrnt iiuirkrt prln, and
wilt aIo foniUh my frirnrit outiidc tin- city llli
f ly tht cakror car Uwl, (utckol lu aawduit
or iblumml to any dlitancr.
Oornor Til nil tlx IStxoet
WM. WETZBL. Proprietor.
A TRUSTY witch krpt nlnht and day for
tralnt and ttiiuuuoaU.
Th brat of acceromoiliitlviia for tmu.lmt
fueata at Two Uollari lr dar. M-lf
STRATTON ft BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
II A . Thoma. f.. I. IImim,
THOMS ft BROTHER,
(SuccrMora to II At. lllilrn,)
And dralrm in
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foraigu and Domaatlo Frulta and Nuta
114 COMMERCIAL AVKNUK.
0. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
Sl'KCLAL gtliullon Klvrn tocontlgnnieula end
- . 1 1 '
PAINT AND OlUt.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Qlass, Win
dow Shades, fro.
Alwaya on band, the celebrated Uluiutuatlng
Ooraer aieTeath Street and Wash!
be intf m
OMct, Sullen. BiIllAlxiir, Comar Thrall
ca, aullaja.. BilUdlxiar. Comar "T-wolftli Otrt an
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, .TUNJifjO, 1875.
;lu f ulictin.
THE MONEY POWERA
THK BTKUOULI MfWBSN
CRAT8 Ala KXPV
Tkf Only MlrTerrnre Mmo orjriniinf i.
U luclnnatl Kii'iulrrr
It Is ovMont Ironi the nt
ivrUUn Democratic couvciitfoiis -lii Una
Stntc linvu been Ifiiluccd ttj InJorte Ilia,
financial policy or Hie i.i piiMicnii pMty
flint tlio money power ulllmafcenVi tfluri
on Hie scvcnlfcuOi U cnpUSH) BretaW
linvi nllu?il ttwajnl vslAf.'vtfva.tt.ru
ennltflllns, niiil wlif. Imvi- stnkuil tliclr po
ll tlonl filturi' itjmn a .clic:inc lo make llio
Dcmocrnlic iiarty of Hip country tibcr
vlent to the IioikIIioIiIIiik InliTot, would
lather net! Ohio lost lo the Dcinoc
rucy tlilx (all than that the peo
ple should triumph. It U the
boa-t of the Democratic party that It
U-giilatc for the poor ; that wealth and
capital can take care ol itclf. The hank
ers and money-lenders own the Jtcpubll
can iKirty. '1 hey have dictated Its finan
cial policy lor thirteen years, nnd that
policy hug tended to' make the rich richer
and Hie ioor poorer. The Democrats of
Ohio, on a platform made lu the Interest
of the laboring macs, carried the State
last tail by u majority ol Hcventceii-tlion-fand.
Vitb a Mmllar plutfonn they can
carry It by twice seventeen thouaiid this
fall. The itcpubllcnn party ot Ohio has
mildly declared against n tlilnl term for
1'iwldent: the Democratic party will
emphatlailly reolve Hgalti't a third term.
The Republican party of Ohio has de
clared n;alnft a division of the .school
bind and against a union of church
and State: the Democratic party
will xo resolve. The Republican party
Inn declared for n tariff for revenue ; the
Democratic party will no resolve. There
l, then, no live l.sue upon which the
partlei can le divided, save that ot
Iliwnce. If the doctrine of the Republi
can jinrty In thN rvfpu-d Islndoed, there
Is no rcvon why we should have two po
litical orpnljitloin In Ohio. Wo my
now to the people who are annually rob
bed ormllllons by the vlclom Republi
can llnanclal policy ; who are suUerliig
because ot the contraction deviled in the
Interest of Iwndholder.s; who are com
pelled to hx their workshops Idle, their
mines vacant and their Industries para
lj'zcd In order that the holders of bonds
may appreciate their Investments, that the
money iwwer U active, and that it will,
If K)ssible, compel the Democratic party
of Ohio to stultify Itself. The men who ,
would do this arc the enemies of the
party and the enemies of Coventor Allen,
without a platform such as carried the
State for us last Fall, Governor Allen can
not afford to accept a renomlnatlon. To
accept u platform constructed by the
money aristocracy would be to subject
himself and his party to overwhelming
defeat. It Is believed now that General
Ciiry will bo tiouiltmtecl tor Lieutenant
Governor. Unless the platform is drawn
in the Interest of the eople, General Carv
can not enter the canvass. Ills strength
is in the sounducs of his doctrine and
the force and earnestness and fearless
ness with which he lights the battles or
the tolling masses. The people are right,
and the eople will be heard at Colum
bus on the 17th. but we warn them now
that the men who would betray them lu
the interest of the tiitirers arc Ht work.
(Cor. of Ihr Hartford Time . 1
Another well-known llgure lu New
York, who stands his years well, Is
Charles O'Conor. The great lawyer Is
about seventy, but would pass for less.
He is one of thoe thin, wiry men, who
stand uu Immense deal of wear and tear
without showing It. And he Is one of
tho-e great men, shaking entirely In an
intellectual sense, w ho carry unconscious
ness of their greatness under a rather
commonplace exterior. It Mr. O'Conor
ever took an Interest in dress, it must have
been ti long time ago. The clothing he
weal now Is good enough lor sen Ice,
no doubt, but it certainly Is not en
eouraglii'' to the tailors. An average
dry goods clerk would consider himself
very shabby Indeed if ho didn't go be
hind the counter with a better suit than
.Mr. O'Conor carries down llroadwav in
one of his daily walks to lils otllce. The
tno-t objectionable thing about the emi
nent advocate's raiment Is his hat.
It Is probably the worst
hat exhibited on a good head
on Hroadway. There Is a tradition
among the lawyers that Mr.O'Conor's
hat was presented to him the day of his
tidmUoiou to the bar, and that ' he has
been wearing it and sitting on it alter
ternately ever since. The story Is rather
tough, but the hat does seem to bear It
out. Summer and winter, there It is, set
half way back on his head, as though It
had shrunk with age, and wouldn't come
down, nnd showing a fresh touch of slmb
bitioss every season. And the curious
thing Is that nothing will Induce the
owner to change it. lie Is as IndllVeient
to public opinion on a subject of this sort,
as was Horace Greeley, whose outllt gen
erally grew worse the more he was told
to make It better. Ho Is a great walker,
without making any time about it, and
steps ulonir Hrondwov morenctivelv than
many of tlio young men. I doubt inhere
Is another esiieclally prouiluent man in
New York as rarely seen In society or
nubile assemblages as Mr, O'Conor. Ho
has n singular antipathy to what Is called
nonulurltv. and tries to avoid nil wnvs
leading to It. Vet when he does thaw out
no is a very nieasaut eoinnanlon. with so-
clul qualities that arc not by any means
to bo despised. He Is also very generous
with his money, and has given more in
charity than some ot our very rich men
whose benevolence Is duly advertised In
Ueiiuly IiKlependent of Yoiilli.
Helen of Troy was over 40 when she
perpetrated the most famous elopement
on record, and us the siege of Tro v lasted
a decade she must have been quite el
derly when the 111 fortimo of lWls re
stored her to her husband, who Is re
ported to have received her with unques
tioning love and gratitude.
IVrleles wedded Aspusla when she
was 30, and yet afterward, for IW years
or more, held uu undiminished reputa
tion for beauty,
Cleopatra was 30 wheu Anthony fell
under her spell, which never lessened
until her death, nearly ten years ufter.
Mvla was 33 when she won tho heart
of Augustus, over whom she maintained
her ascendancy till the lust.
Tho extraordinary Diane de Polctlers
was 30 when Henry II of France (then
Duke of Orleans and just half her age)
beearao attached to her; ond she was
held as the ll rst lady nnd mot hcautliul
woman at court up to thf mtKm1 or the I
monarch's death and of die nwsslun to
power ot Catharine of MidlcK
I Anno ol Austria was Is when she was ,
llic handsomest ipieenjor hurope, and
wlien nucklngliain nnd! Richelieu were
her.iealous admirer. I
,v'NIuon dc l'Knclos, thjniost celebrated
wit and beauty ot nenwy, was tneiuoi
wof4rrre jncratlons ol Iho golden youth
of FrnuOv, and was 72 wren the Abbe de
UcrtUg fry In love with kt r.
ATMtifComblnatinu ot culture, talents
iuid iteniial attraction) endowed their
M?eseetnliiglv will the gift of eter-liuU-elpT
JnajtcbjCapcllo wos M when the Grand
Dtika JTrftnclco ol Florjnce fell captive
to tarc-i charm". and mauV her his Mile,
though" he was live vears'iier Junior.
fibuU XIV wedded Mnjede Malntcnou
whmslie was 411 years pC-kyc-
I'ntfwrlnn II iofml!f VTTS"3I when
t WieI'.Hbo empire of Russia, and cap
tivated the dashing voung Orloff. I p
to the time or her death (at U7) she seenifd
to have retained the same bewitching
powers, for the lamentations were
heartfelt among all tho?e who had ever
known her personally.
Mile Mars, thetraircdicnue. only attain
ed the zenith of her Iteautv anil power
between 40 and -13, when tlie loveliness
of her hands mid arms especially was
celebrated throughout Kurope.
-time, jicuuniur was ; wneu sue was
without dispute declared to be the most
beautiful woman In Kurope, which rank
she held for 15 years or more.
The" I.imIbp r Nor row.
This Masonic ceremony, which will be
held to-night at .laonle Temple in mem
ory of General llreekinrldge mid .I..M. S.
McCorkle, Is a service peculiar to the
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of
Masonry. The lirt held bv the Supreme
Council was In Washington City, lu
March, 16C0, In honor of General Quit
man, ut which General llreekinrldge was
present, bavin-' that very day received
the thlrty-th'rd degree. Since then, the
members ol the Northern jurisdiction
have adopted It, and carry the ceremony
through with great point) and aplendor.
One held In In lug Hall, New York, In
1872, excited so much attention that tick
ets, given to parties us complimentary,
were actually sold for ten dollars eacli,o
great was the de-Ire to witness the cere
mony. The services are to commemorate the
virtues of the departed members ol the
order, and nyawi-c and temperate ex
position or their lives, faithfully given
without flattery, to Incite those who re
main to Imitate their good deeds and
jirollt bv the example, they have left be
hind. The ceremonies are very solemn
a colllu covered with garlands of (lowers,
the collar, swonl mid insignia ol the de
parted occupy the center of the hall, near
which are placed three large tapers of
black wax. and around the cotlfn Is n
guard of honor of members of the order.
liter tlio peculiar ceremonies of the
nl'mitnrr nlllfirrli.a ,iv .ImIIv.imi.1 i.li'tur.
as we have said, an account of the lives
of the departed, and n sketch of the va
rious positions tliey linve Held lu lite,
cither civil, military or Masonic.
Hx-Supcrvislng Architect of the
Treasury Mullett was in Cincinnati on
Sunday, and a reporter for the Knyulrrr
found no dilllculty In getting lilm to talk
ibout everything from the Chicago cu
tom-liouse to men and their characters,
;ind himself nre-eiulnently. I he Cincin
nati neonle are lull of wrath because Chi
cago has been abusing their lliicna Vista
stone, a quantity of which Is now crumb
ling to pieces In the walls ot the Chicago
custom-house, from some cause or other.
Mullett believes lu Uuena Vlta stone, anil
says If lie had the Job to do over again he
would select mat material Jor tlio
Chicago or any other custom-house. He
gave vent to Ids dislike of Supervising
Architect Totter, dcuouncln'' him its
grossly Incompetent and luelllcieiit. lu
iact, ue caueii mm an "arcuiieciurni in
fant" beside Ills own magnlllcent propor
tions ns an architectural giant. Mullett
has such a sovereign contempt for
Potter. In fact, that he will not delmi to
comuiuuicate with hlin. He does prom
ise, however, that he will expose "the
motives and actions of the parties who
are now standing in the background and
using Jir. rotter as ineir 1001 aim dupe."
Tuns we are to have, when Mullett gets
back from Kurope, a battle of architects,
me uncanniug oi rings, and a suiijectinu
to the terrible bore of Mullettlan vindica
tion. REST! REST !
Evor present "Rest for the Woary."
Mutlirstr.1, 1'llliMTs uml HiiIMit ut
G. W HICK'S
Corner of Nlnilcenlli und l'oiilur Hluvla. In'
tttifii the New Yolk Moiv and L'ol Tujlor's of
ike, n follows. KxcvUior nnd Shuck Mut
tri'Joen, full bize, cotton Ion,"! Uit m'CoihI elo,
cotton ton, irood iilulni-liuik latlivsM, l
HUd3 Kouiiiff, Slnifle, niidC'lili JIutlrei'es "I
liiluril prk'bt to mlt the hunt times Ttrius
aUU'tly rath. Illgln-t cash lrli-e iiuld for 'OVU
bhui'ka, cli'llveriHl nt mv iuciur
rhe Private Preaorlptlon Book.
Bifor. CfiBlultlDI "J 1inr wr I hi
10 .n4 Denial 'le, AM".
..... Ji.lll U..Dd8lu lllKXr.. I.lf
tr ComVutol. KipiI '"!" ktl.
5'li.i.;. si initial and tit rvou. U
Lilliranil Sibauatlcn, Impolcn-
hf.' freni Xictne nl Imprudent
?lfbttl. .. time, mwifjr.
iCSJMBKMe it KDu.ij 25 centa ' rrivaio
rreaerlpuon Bjok, ,v .. 011.
rMvlj't vi U emu,
u . i i .1- -J
Centrally Located, Elegantly Furnished,
The Commercial Hotel of the City,
Mar rlwl anl tho-e cniuUtlDr 1 3J7.i "
hmIii ..JkT..t. .iiLfw, rlurt. Taa B.wi.aaajl
"W'li.lrcrt3n. -A--von. wo.
GriMt Hduotion in FrioM,
AfrUl' 1 UIOMIBU IIIII3IIII3,
j'SRy Tab, Line"s, Percalos,
rffcqpb: STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Japanese Silks, SUk Poplins,
tjirire Hlock llfWIlttn Ooods. Victoria T.iuni. Sivl.a Alaraitllna. nml n lir.-.. KIim'L' i.t
jiiuuuiih. .iii ruiirr aim a win ue oni ni iictii u rosi. Mini continue until II l rloseu out. lull
mid lieromlureilof lirrat llargulii)' 'IKIt.Mi bTltlCTI.V Aslll
Corner Eighth. St. and Commercial Ave
e a tr
Clough & Warren Organ Co.'s
(Lato SIMMONS. & CLOUQH ORGAN CO.,)
Grand Combination Organs
ITITiai Willi TUB
SCRIBNER S PATENT QUALIFYING TUBES,
An in vt til ton having niwnt liuimrUnt licirinB on Hie I'uliire iviuLitlon of Itciil ImtriiiiiriiH, liy
iiiiiiiis uf whlcli Hie iiiuntlly or oIuiiiv of tone 1 rry 1. li vely
increuMil, iiimI I tic ciiullty uf toiiiiitnilcriil
Equal lo U cf k H Pit:
fill iraiiiuiPi lu.v t tivfiur i u iiuiiMii.ii ii inu i tiiint i "i utir 1 uiiuti, tin-
rli'iruiliiK CtUo'1 tir Cli.ridtict' ' Mtoin, "livms Jlnin." Crinuni.i," "Vox Angelt-t.'
'Viola fillu'riii" una
it,,. n..i.i.ui..i ittv-i..i,..i it n ll...........
ALL THE LATE
Cull 1m oLtnitM'il o 1 1 1
Fifty DifToront Stylos,
i'or mo i-nrior ana t no umircn,
Tho Boat Material ana Workmanshiu.
I?niOE8, tco TO stczoo.
Factory and Warerocm!, Cor. Cib ni tom wlv, WM)h
(Established in 1850.) Agonts Wanted in Hvery Cotinty.
Address CLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
ONLY SI.25 A YEAR.
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
Wont slda Commeicliil Avenuo. betweon
liruin unu iMintii atreeis,
(NiAtdoorto.l IIiu-ir.-rs li y Kooilt sloiv.)
A full lint' !' III"' Inlmt illi'l UK"! I'li.liioiinliU'
HATS AND BONNETS
ulwnys on linml. Alsowury iniMyof
Ribbons Lacos and Trimmings,
from tlie cheapen! lo tlw tunut coJtly. Uulle
will flint iiny mid everything in her utme turn
complete xtieel , bull or puity oulllt.
I'rieeH to cuiuiiili' with any In the West,
rJ-AIo iiL'ent fur the lloineN!Wili Miu'llllio.
Wholesale, Retail and
Corner Poplar and Eleventh Streets.
9Highoat Cash Prioo paid for
Hogs and Cattlo.
OF DRY GOODS
for SJule nt
Ops ci Ui. Sams Citaiilj.
ft liiA'ti.ta- n.jn..i ii iiri..i.... ii t.,.
v in tlii'-c Oriruin.
Quality and Votumo of Tono Unoquallcd,
NORTH SWF. OF MOUTH STREKV
Botwoon Wuahiuifton and Commorclnl
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Botwoon WuaUtuttoD and Oorauerclal
Avonuee, adjolmutr Uauny'a.
KKKI'K for sale tlie Iwst lleef, fork, Mutton
Veal, Ltim.b, hausuge, Ac,, and la pre
pared lo wive fiitnlllia In un mveulalile ninnuer
moil tha niieedy cure of benilual Wrakucaa.
un by IndUcrrtloui) or exctaa. Any DrugUl
AddrnM, lr. K. HILTON A CO..
1-Ul-ilAw-l V. Cincluiiatl, Ohio,
R. W. MIIalaKR,
PLOUH, MEAL. GRAIN HAY,
MomoravkK '.Vtlto, ILLINOIS.
AMD DIALER IX
LIMP, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Under City National Beak.
TWILL sell In cnr-lniel lots at tnnnufacturera
rlc', niMlntf I'ri'UM.
(!iiccelJOM to John U l'lilltls)
And Dealers in
IIAY, ORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, ate.
Agents for LAFLIN A RAND FOWDEX CO
Corner Tenth Street end Ohio
Z. I) Miitlmss, K. C.
MATHUSS 6c UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
13L Oliio liovoo.
K. .!. Ayri's. S. I). Ayrea
AYRES Sc CO.,
inr. I'AinKii. v. r.XLCY. jii.
PARKER, AXLEY & WILD,
Ilay, Corn, Oats, Flour and Couu
try Produco Gonorally
100 Commorclnl Avenue, CAIRO, ILL.
11YAS T, IMIIKKII
II II. ( I.NNINUIIAM.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(iKie.ii.om to M lilt r A farker,)
And ltulern In
WHEAT. MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
CHulmifle.i-'etl Iho Ijirjfe Yellow Ware-huu-e,
plimict'ciipacltya.uou tuna, wlikli xht,
lis nuiple l'adlltlt'4 fiirxtoiing uud ehlipliiK.
C. N. HUGHES,
Over Kathuii A Uhl'i.
NONK hut Flral-Cluaa Coinpanles rcpra
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
Cit National Beak luildinf, np-italrf .
The Oldeat Eatabliahed Aitenoy In South
ern iiunoia, repreaenuair w
165 000 000.
Tow-Boat For Sale
TIIH Subscriber . offer tor Mle the Staaat
TowIhk Stern-Wheel Ueat. Iko HarainlU.
tvlthenKlnert, machinery, tecklea. airel anil
funilture aaahe now Ilea at Cairo. IIU.
Her tenitth la Hi feet, ner breeillli W ft.iwr
4epthnltttud rucasurea toua. Hlw h 1
bollera 24 fw t lontt and Uu ncliea diameter, JJUah
nnmiiroeuglueawlthcylludcra 1JJ4 luchntla
Siaiut.teriulOfttok i feett pimipa iHln
cbea in dlaineler and 17 lncu atroke aaa all
motlein ItuproveinenU.and la in avtry reawl
tluunch, e worthy, antl in good condition
onvlgatloa. for tenn applyjo. Tatw)ji
CAino, lilt , November 3, lfll." HI-mI.