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JOm K. OlIBtT, Editor.
The last and most humane lilnt th rown
out to Mr. Hcrjfli li that he secutw the
nuMge of ft law abolishing mosquito
bar. Thli would Insure to the btirzlnp;
InwcU regularity In fhclt mcaW.
The St. Louis Browns, the champion
hajuvtuiil club of the West, lias just sus
tained a damngtng defeat at tho hands of
thenostons. Tho Browns were treateu
most carallcrly throiiKhont the entire
game. --.
Tub Constitutional convention of Mis
souri, like the last convention of the kind
In this state, has iallcn Into the mistake
that It was called together to legislate for
the people, and not to enunciate general
principles.
Mark Twain, apropos of a new port
able mosquito bar, writes that the day 1
not far distant "when we shall sit under
cmrnettln church and slumber peacc-
"ully, while tho dlscomlltted flics club to
gether and take It out of the minuter.'
It was not S 13,000 that the immaculate
loyalUt ol the Louisville collector's olllec
embezzled, but $75,000. The more till!
gentthc Inquiry into lladlcal villainies, the
more enormous tho villainies become.
Go on, gentle Investigators. Make It
$100,000.
It doesn't tollow that bccane General
Raum has removed from llarrlsburg, In
the 19th Congressional district, to Gol
conda, In tliis, that he has bettered his
chances for Congress If he ever expects
to gain that distinction again, he must
get out ot tho Radical party.
The grasshopper plague in Missouri
Kansas and Nebraska has not been as
disastrous as it was expected it would be
The unwelcome visitors took wing, and,
In vast clouds, passed to the northwest
entirely beyond the limits of the cultiva
ted rejrlon. If prayer didn't occasion
this, what did?
Ax allhjator car nine leet lonj; and
nearly live feet in circumference was
caught,, a short time ago, in a Scott
county bayou. The monster was stttflhl
with straw and rorwinlcU to a Jackson,
Mo., naturalist, in whose hand It re
mains, a warning to boys to keep out ol
the river. A monster of this sie could
snap a boy in two with as much cae as,
a 'hungry- man could a shrimp.
One day, last week, Mr. Knaiier, of
Jackson county, sold a tract ot land, and
was to receive therefor, one thousand
dollars In cash. A night or two alter
tho trade was consummated, a band ot
masked scoundrels waited upon Mr. K.
and demanded the thousand dollars. Mr.
K. declared, and truthfully, that the
money had not been paid over,but the rob
bers would not believe him. They ran
sacked the house, and found $2S, wlilel
they carried away. It must be a pleasant
thing to live in the country portions of
Jackson county, and have It known that
you have money.
About once every lour years a certain
portion of tho Demooratlc press of Illi
nois give prominence to the namu of
Chief Justice Brccse In connection with a
candidacy for Presidency. Judge Brccse
Is a gentleman 0 grant nblllty, of unim
peachable Integrity a statesman f tnc
older and purer school but ho has been
out of politics h long, that president
makers are morally certain to overlook
him. Although he is well advanced in
years, he is hale and vigorous, and in
full possession ot his mental faculties. The
probabilities arc that he will continue to
grace the Supremo bench the Executive
chair of the nation, never.
Two government otllcials of l'aducah,
believing that the Democracy of that sec
tion of country had torn Itself Into two
equal parts, conceived the idea that the
situation open a road along which they
would travel to seats In the Stnto Legis
lature. The "split" was of short dura
tion, however. The parts soon came to
gether again, and formed a compact
body. This reconciliation cut off, of
course, all chance ot ltadical prclerment,
and the two government officials retired
from the contest both of them urging
that as the State constitution Inter
posed barriers to their elec
tion, they could not, as . law.
abiding ' citizens, continue in the Held
u. candidates. There's Southern Radi
calism tor you ; bald and unmistakable.
While there remains a possibility of mic
cs, the "barriers" were not perceptible.
Absolute assurance of defeat opened
their eyes, and the barriers became Insur
mountable. All of which furnishes ad
ditional proof that our Southern Radi
cals yield obedience to law, when they
can't help themselves.
A BAD OUTLOOK,
Are the law-abiding people of Jackson
and Williamson counties indifferent
as to the effect ot the oft-repeated acts of
lawlessness lu their midst, or, are they
Powerless to punish the perpetrators'!'
Bands ol masked robbers scour the coun
try with Impunity: good citizens arcuhot
"" in me uosomsoi ineiriamiiicsoruy
concealed asMuuins on the hlghwuys,
ji mere is no concert or action among
the better portion of tho population to
"rtug the murdering, thieving devils to
vanishment they have bo boldly and
-uiy invited.
tereit of wy upo" m'ry gunt'ral ln-
creuo or wealth or or
trie need be entertained " T"vu ,nU.us-
ofth.SouthUu-lon
Md property;and the sooner the 1 ,
up that wy wake up to u f J J'10
fat-lot of the coudlUon to w ucl
-firtgNKU" Md Uw-breake t
it . r (r'
ditcod thorn, tho loqtiff will lwy ' una
pkA to omergo JV?u) the ejfiiul that en
velops them Into tile sunlight of peace
and prosperity that Mows the balance
ofKgypt. i
NOIJfllKH.V WIIITKH A.M Ni:lCV.S',
Ihidlcal carpet-baggers on the one
Milo, and ltcbcl rowdies nnd cut-throats
on the other, continue their efl'ort to
maintain Iccllngs of hostility between
the. colored men of the South and their
late masters. The Rebel rowdies and
cut-throats have accomplished much. In
this direction, by noting upon tho pre
sumption that n negro, being a ucj-ro,
has no rights, cltheriuoral, social or polit
ical, that deserve recognition at the
hands of the white man. The thieving,
treacherous carpet-bagger, on the contra
ry, feed the negro on the "nattering
unetlon," that, freed by the war, he was
at onco Invested with all the legal and o
clal rights that nroexercUed by the white
man, and that It lie failed to ti.ert
them, lie would Inevitably go back to his
old condition of complete subjection to
the white man's will. In continuation
ot such an nssurance, the llebel cut
throat and negro-hater 1 pointed out as
a representative man of the white cla
and his rulUanly threats and hostile bear
ing as a sure Indicator that the future is
pregnant with evil to the negro. So
wide a chasm have these two agencies
worked between tho two races that the
better portion of the white population
conspicuously the lutomaMcrs becoming
alarmed, have set themselves to the work
of tilling up the breach, lest it widen into
a no less deplorable dlsater than a war
of races. To this most laudable under
taking the best men of the South are al
ready devoting their lx"t energies ; and
such has been their success that it may
be safely predicted that live years will
not elapse before the occupation of the
mischief -making element of the Soutli
will be gone forever. In Kentucky and
Tennessee, Virginia and North Carolina,
Maryland, Arkansas, and even in Louisi
ana, the work ot conciliation goe bravely
on both white nnd black men lending
themelves to the work with a zeal and
readiness that foreshadows a better era
. . . .
or an uic interests in any manner con.
corned.
As an indication of a desire on the part
of tho better part ot the white cla tofra
ternlze with the blacks, we lue'ent tho
following from the Hickman (Ky.) Can
ritr. Addrvflug his negro fcllow-eltl
zcn, the editor siy-i :
Is there any isue between us? What
do you say V No, certainly none. Is there
anything that could add to our happi
ness and prosperity that you would not
hold In common with us "r Certainly not.
Is there anything that could add to your
happiness and prosperity that we would
not bold in common w ith vou? Cer
tainly not. Then our interests arc the
same, nnd as a body politic, we should
stand shoulder to shoulder in the pro
tection and advancement of those In
terest. Again, is there one of you
that can suppose for one moment that
we. the white people, have anv unkind
feeling toward you? Vou know vou
cannot think so. Do you believe that If
wic wmic people 01 tne soutli Had It In
their power they would force you back
Into slavery ? the Radicals would tell you
so, but do you believe it? We cannot
think you do. We can tell vou, Xo; there
is not one lu ten thai would favor it.
i hen why do the colored people of the
feoiltll as a Dt'ODlu hold out Inmr
against their own-liuen st, , nnd ifto hi
tercst of those with whom ttiov live. In-
l)iiruli"-a line ol polievthat is dictated i
by nothing hi the world hut nu Ill
grounded nrelildlee anil n fnl;i IiIpm nf
gratitude?
We cannot, nor do we nrnnosf! tn ron.
sure the colored people for acting with
and accepting the council cais
wtmiv a.iy lx-tnc tree. It was natural
that they should, but time has proven
that the Radicals arc not their friends,
and we do censure them for holding out
so long nnd permitting themselves to be
used as a power to plunder and rob not
only their white friends with whom they
live, but themselves, and to perpetuate
these theives and plunderers in author
ity. Wliatis your present dutv? It is plain
enough. Come up side by side with the
white people amongst whom vou live;
work w ith them, put yourshoufderto the
wheel and help ns to get rid of tho great
load we have to carry. Make every
effort to Improve your condition morally
and Intellectually, and lu your efforts you
will have tho sympathy and be.-t wishes
of the white people.
tiii: kkITi.T jmTtoIi- ax oi.ii
Til I. 41 ASK A HllflHKi,"
And now one C. II. 1 'aimer, of 522
West Twentieth street, New York, comes
to tho front, and declares that the means
whereby the Keely motive power is pro
duced, lias been known to him for years.
Writing to the Xew York Suit hu says :
"I can produce the same results In mv
shop by means of air and water, with no
grcatcrpressuro than you can get from the
hydrant, creating n pressure in the tank
ol any amount dciircd, hut there Is
no economy In the production of this
power. I produce tho power by a tlm
plc mechanical arrangement of tubes and
vnivc, wimouc me mu oi euemicais or
other agencies than common atmo-phcrc
and water from the hydrant, and it
would deceive the ino-t critical and ex
pert unless they weru niadu acquainted
with the details of the operation. You
will see nothing huta common tank or
receiver suspended by a chain.
anil the only other connections
with anything will hu with
llexiblu tube ; and yet there Is the great
est deception in it, not hi the results, hut
in the method ol their production. The
motive power or cold vapor is nothing
more or less than compressed air ; but
tho air being mixed with water, must
necessarily lorm a vapor lu Its escape. I
can take the compressed air alone.'no
water being in tho tank, and hold a piece
of hoard In front ot the ("cape, mid it
will Immediately form a ring ot I en on
the board."
Mr. Palmer concludes by saying that his
own as well as Mr. Kcnly'fl experiments
have shown that tho power speedily ex
hausts Itself, and that Mr. Keely nor any
other man pretends to claim tlrnt lie has
discovered means by which lie can glvo
it tho property of continuity. Tho whole
thing Mr. 1 considers a neiit deception ;
hut a gigautlo humbug.
NIIAI IN II .llli:itI,A.M hivi:ii.
Cumberland river and other strcams In
Tennessee nro to Ihj "planleii" wlrti sliail
from Connecticut. The Xashviilo A mtri
tan, noticing tiio arrival of the lln-t stock
of sed, gives particulars as to how the
sliud are ofttl:hf.uiu transported; which
will not hu wholly uuluterestlug to the
readers of this nane'r.
"The ilsb are cagRlt.jsiiysihq. A mtri
tan, itby meant of ibliu
KlbOtWMIt
Ix o'clock In tho ovculnirnnd mlduk'lil,
After having been rntiirlit they are exam
ined ii ml the spawn taken from tho
Ido ones. Thocirfrs arc then tuacctl
hi a inn containing' a small
iiau)lty;..rof water. Tho .milt of
thoV male iMi, a kind of milky
substance, Is next placed In the pan with
tne spawn, and tnc eggs tuns neeoine iin-
prcKtiatcu. i u nan an nnur or tony min
utes the egg will swell to three or
four times the sire they were when llrst
taken out of the tetmilo. Thov me now
earelully placed hi hatching boxes, pa
tented by Mr. Seth Green, Miperlntcnd-
ent of the New iork state ll.licrie.
Thec boxes are 21x15 Inches, nnd 1 foot
In depth. The bottom is made of wire
cloth. The boxes have floats on either
side, put on slanting, so as to bring the
bottom of the box on nn angle In the
water. The current forces the water
through the wire cloth, and the eggs are
kept rolling continually. When the hatch
ing boxes have been tilled they are car.
fuilv anchored In the river. Where the
temperature of the water Is trom "I to 70
deg. they will hatch In three or four da vs,
and are at onco ready for transportation
or other use.
The shad placed in the Cumberland
yesterday will remain In the waters adja
cent to the city till the latter part or Au
gust, when they will go down stream in
search of salt-water. During the third
year
thev will return to thN point
to spawn. In
half an Inch
tallied to the
inches.
a lew inontns tnoo
long will have at
Icngth of nearly two
I'MYNU IAISN. .
G
BO
II LEACH. M. D.,
HOMCEOPATHIST.
Dr. I.rach linx luul n laiKU cMn'rli'iitc In the
practice ul'.MttllcliKMiml Snwry . Kspwlal at
li'iitioii palit to lliu HoiiKi'iipathli' treatment (if
hurRlcal dUoucas, iui'1 ills-asi"4 of women ami
cliltilivn.
JQ"OrtacL Corner ( onun i'lal Avenue nml
MlilU ktrtvl, 11-T-l-tf
w
ILI.IAM It. SMITH, lit. D.
JtKSlDESCi:: Xo. 21 Tlihtiftitli street, be
two n WnnhhiKton nvt'nuc and Walnut etnvt.
ornci:: Nottii Mic or KiKhth meet ic-
twocii Commercial nml Wiuliliik'ton avenue.
o.
W. DUNNINQ, M, D.
HEStDKXCi:: Corner Nlntti amt Walnut
streets.
OFFICK: Corner Sixth street oml Ohio 1ovee
OFFICK ItOUIlS: FromOa.in. I'm., ami
Aom'JtoSP in.
QR. W, BLAUW,
Gorman Physician.
OFFICKi ltiuler's lllock, (iip-Ulrs), corner
ICIkIiUi ctui't ami Washington mrnuo.
I.AWYi:itS.
JOHN H.MULKEY,
Attorney at Law.
CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
OFFICK: Eighth Street, hetween Commer
cial nml Workington avenues.
gAMUEL P,
WHEELER,
Attorney nt I.aw.
OFFICE: Ohio Ix-vi, over room formerly
occupliil by Klral National Hank,
CAlltO, ILLINOIS.
Q.BEEN & GILBERT,
At torn f.VM autl :ounlm
OFFICK! Ohio Tvee, rooms 7 nnd S
City National Hank,
William II Green. )
William II Gilbert. CAIllO
ILLINOIS
MllMKrul'k Gilbert )
CTSSpeclal ottvntlnn - " Admiralty and
i.KltoK i:ai.i:k.s-
R. SMYTH to CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Healers in
I Foreign and Domestic
WIXEK OF A 1,1, KI.!S,
No. 60 Ohio Lovee,
CAHtO, ILLS.
MF.SSRF. SMVT1I A CO. have con,antly
a lurtre Btirk of Die ltmt ucj( In Hie mar
ket, and giteeiiclal attention tollm wliolunU
rnncnoi me uusinctn.
ii:.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
JOHN SPROAT,
Whole&'ilu and Itetull Dealer lu
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Kankukoo, 111.
cairo orricEt
At Huln 6c Wilson's, ComorTwulrth St
ana unio l.ovoo.
T will run nn Ire waKou throunliout the
.1. heavon, ilellverlu purx lake leu in any
Hurt ol' tliucltr at thu lonest market nrlce.. nnd
will alorunifli tnvrrleniU out.lile thu cltv with
iwliytiie cake or rar load, packed In mwdust
or ttilumeul to anv maiaiK.
iioti:i.s.
Grand Central
HOTEL,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Ooi'uor 3Hlrlitlx JStx-oot,
' - -t.
WM. WETZEL, Proprtttor.
ArrltUSTV watch" krj.t nlxhtaml day .nir
llulnn and Meai-boati,
The, Xmi ofaccuiniojstlonif , (vc train U it
iii4Uni4Two V'lVdn r Our. " 'J-lsTtr
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rpiiK m'M.i:ii l piikllslitilfvfiyinoriiiiiR
(except .Monitor) Itilhelliilletln HnlliUnR, rov
Ucr Wiuliiuxti'ii imniieiuid Twrlllh Jtlwt
Tint llEi.l.tm li served to illy mlueilheisliy
faithful earlier" at Twenty-Five Cent h 'n,
lia)alilewivkly Hy Mall, (In advance), fd0ier
nuiium tlx iii'Hillis, $i! three niunlhs, Ml one
month, $1 '.'..
TIIE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
l'lihllidied iury 'Ihursday itiorniiiK nt l i
pcriiumnii, IniarlaMy In ndvainv. 'J In-postage
on the Weekly will bo )nrmlil nt till) onice, m
that Niili'orlUri will obtain for autcrlitlnn
rice of $Ib) car.
ADVERTISING RATES.
DAILY.
Iliialncsn CanlJ, pvrnnnum y ()
One RQiiare, cue mcitlon,.. 1 iki
One trjimrr, two lutrrtlons, 1 Mi
One eiti.iiT, onu tntt, no.
One fju.irc, two Wwl, ;t so
One wiuatil, tlireu t.'k,.....i eo
Oae niuv, ono month, on
W K l! K L Y .
One iipure, one iiifprllon .H 00
Lach ubein.t inseitlon W)
C30nf inch la a square.
Kt-ToifKiilur advirllncri neolTcrsuiierlor In
ilucemiul", both ui to rate ol charge nnd man
ner of ililnyln their r.ivors.
33"N"tl"i In loci coluiiiu lnsertiil for fir
Ucn (ent per line fur one liiM-rtlon, Tntnty
Cent a line for two Insertions, Twenty-l'lre
CentJ a line for three Iniertlmu, 'Ihlrty-Kire
Cents a line for one week, and eventy-Kir
Cent a line for one month,
Communications upon subjeotu of kvU'
oral Interest to the public solicited.
t3"AH leileis -hould bciuldirs-iil to
.IOII.V II. OHKKI.Y.
l'resldent Cairo ltulletln Company.
POND'S
EXTRACT
Tho Pooplo's Remedy.
Tho Universal Pain Ext actor.
Note: Ask for Pond's Extract.
Take no other.
"Hear: for I will i'.ik-or exi" timi's
FOR
Injnrti toManorlleujiW,
Full. Ilrul.i j.
MtinliiH, .'iiniins, C'ontu-
SIOI1-, liuioculloui.
rriii'lnriit. Cuts, I.iecra-
teil or Indeed Woundt
Sn rllliiKK.Ilurns, ricilds,
sunburn.
Pa. II1ITIIIIII,' I. Mill's,
M .-illtinsnriIlood
V Xo... Ill I.und III
,V inz tiuniii or Teeth
Voillllliiu-ol lllooil
llloodj DifclurKe.t
iiii'i'iiiiik i.miiu-s. or
l
Weed-
I and
11. .u lll,..Mll.... mi..
1 llllndl'ilejt, (Infallible )
IimiHimi lif.Unraclie.Neu-
nilsla, swelled Kacu
tliciiiiiiitlmii, Ithcumn
tic .Swelling or Soreness,
St I lln (,r f-oreni-SH,
I.UMlhaii, lune ISark.
ISorti l liront or Quinsy,
Inllamed Toiitlfs.
'Ittptlifrlu. Ilronrtil
1 fit. AHflinin.
Sort-or Inllarutil tyii or
j hyt-llds.
Ciititrrli, Iiicirrhin,
i Hiarrlua, Dyijeutery.
Sort' .liilt'., Inllameil
Illicit.
j i it I ii I or too I'ioI'u'c
! .Monthlies.
l.Mllk Me, ovarian Die
e.le anil Ttimm'n.
G.TRi(T
PEOPLE'S
Itlilncy ('tiiiiliilnl,
RFM FD V Snivel and Stratumry.
(ions of Infanti,
yon
Adults.
urlcosc VciiiH,
FYTFRNnL lAilorInllamiil Veim
.Aiuilimi. j,.,.rH, soiin, Inter
AMI
nal uiceraiioiis
llidln. Carbuncles, Tn-
r-HTfTIT IT51VT A T .""is, Hot hMelllllfS
INTERNAL Corm and Ilimlonx, ( lull
ed or Sole 1'itt.
USE.
Mi.'illiiKH.IIuriusior ad-
illn (ialls.
I'iIiiii or Wlilllow, Frost-
eil l.imhn or 1'artx
M'siiillti Itllrs. IiiKct
tliih'S, Cliaipiil Iliuule.
OMI'N i:XTItA('r Is for bale by nil I'lrsl.
4'limii Dritii.Nts, and recoiiiiiie.idtHlhy
all DriWKlfH l'liyslclanfc, und etirj
Imily who lint eter used it.
I'niiiililct contalunj; HMory and Utes mail
ed fieeonaiiiilicailon, if not found ntyour
IfniBKlM'-
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
.Veil Yorlc nml I.iiiiiltin,
113-S-13-dly.
Notice to Contractors,
SK l.i:iliroiMaln will be H celled at fhcof
lleeol lne dovernor, in IMirlnglleld, until
noon of Auiful 1Mb, 1675, at which time tl.ty
will lmoiKin-1, In the jnesenou of the bidder,
for the election and comiletion ofthe
So 11 111 Will if
ol'llie llllncii. Smilhcrn lloijiltal for the Imaiie,
at Anna, I 'moii county. Illinois
All bid lull kliowllie estimated eot nflhe
materials to it iiirnMiud and ol'llie work to be
done of eachile4criitioii lu delall in in Hie tpe
clllualloiii ami eacli iro)ioial mut beueeom
p inleil by n bond of one thoiwind dollarn, hIxh
nl by at lean Ihree kinetics. 'I he Miccc-slul bid
der fell ii 1 1 beuiuliud to (five a bond to Hie Peo
ple ofthe in ibchUin oftuo hundred llioii.
sand ilollart fur fliu falllifnl ieifouiuuic ofthe
contract. The bonnl ic-eneslhe il!ht toieject
any nnd all IiMj, jfiU i nu-il for I he Interest ot Hit
btatelo du hi
I'liili awl M.ccllli'nlloiH will be nn exhibition
lit tiieollliennhe romiiiltnlunerit, III Anna, on
ornner.Jiiivii, na, wncie a rtijiy ol Itielaw
can be urn lroiotabi limit In euclomil In
kcalid ineloK.'B. endomcil : "I'roiMmaN for the
election ol the South iMuk,' und mlilictstd to
tlie"lloiuil nf Commli'Stonei H foi tlie election of
liiHMimiiirn Illinois luiaue Aymin, rate
crnorllmriilite, Siirlnglleld. llllnnln."
It. II. STI'lllil.S,
II. WA1.K1.II,
K, .M MAl.O.Vi:,
Inly 1, ln'i, CummlKslomro
7-l lot.
CONFESSIONS
OP A VICTIM.
J'ublMicl im a warnlnn und tor thu benellt o
l ouni- Meiiandolheii who mitfer liom Nun on
Icblllty, l.oKs of Manhood, etc., (iiviiiK hW
nuies or seir-eur", utter underitoinB much ml
jrrinir und uwiike, nnd inalleil fren on leeeiy
Inifaiiii.t.imldiHiecleileincloiie, Adilivfn NA
rilA.SIKI.MAVKAtlt, f. O. IIdv I.M. JlrooU
ln,N. V, 7-7.1-wHm,
vamf.ty MTonr.
N'ew-York Store
' . - r
WHOLESALE AND UKTAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN TIIE CITY-.
Goods Sold Vory Close
Horner 10th St. And Cotntuurclnl Av
OAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
itt:.ti,i:srA'i'i: aiicnt,
JOHN a. HARM'AN & CO.
Real Estate
AM)
I-3IOTJSE G-'JI3iTT3
COLLECTORS,
JONViJYANCEKS, NOTARIES TUJILIC
Land Agents of thu Illinois Central and
BurllUKton and Uulnoy II. H.
CotnDanlos,
North Cor. Sixth nuil Ohio Lovoo,
CAIHO. ILLINOIS.
I. (I. I.VM II.
M. J- IIOWLKV,
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
ELBAXi 33STAT33
AMI
Houss A gents,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At tho Court Houuo
m'iiom:n.i.i: iiio i:its.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
And
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AMKKICAN POVDEU CO.
57 Ohio Liovoo.
II A Thomt I, II Tholna
TH0MS & BROTHER,
Commission Merchants
13-toKrinB
And dcalerj in
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Foreign and Dotncstlo Fruits nnd NutH
184 C0MMRCIAL AVENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dealer in
BOAT STORES,!
Commission Merchant,
No. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'KC IAI. attention Klen toconilKiimenls and
llllliir order
"A con, pie lii I'lclorinl tlWtorvof lliw
li'l'Inii'H" "i'lii. itfHf. rhi-iiM.l, nml
it, in niii-i-fiiii iniiiiiy I'jilier
in llio I'lllOll '
HARPERSWEEKLY.
ii.i.i:sTit,'ii:i.
NOTICIIH Ol' TIIK 1'llEbH.
Tho "Weekly U thu alili-t mid
crlul lllu.trated periodical iublMicit in
this country. Itn oditoiiulii nro uholnrly
und convincing, nnd carry inucli weiflit.
ltn lllu-tratlon.s of current ovunts urn lull
and irenD, nml arc iironared by our beptdu-
niuuriii. nil a circilMlKIIl Ol I.IM.UIHJ, till)
S t'fkly in read at, least by half u million
Dcr.-OIIH. and Its lnlllllll-l- Ml. nn nri'nti nf
oiiliilou Is hlmjily treincudouh. The W't ul;-
ly muiniaiiiK u po-iuvo po-ltlon, ami ex
prcmi'it ileciilcil luiw on political unit i-o-clal
problem-. I.oulsln Couiiei-Iuurrml.
Iti in tlclcs are model- of hlh-toncil UI--ciHlon,
nml its plctoilal lllitiatlotih nru
(il'teu colToboratlvu arKumcutii ofnn Mnall
force. N. V. Kxamlner nml Chroniclo.
It- papers upon oxl-ti'iittuitionsmiaitH
Inimitable cartoons help tn mould the Min
tlments ot the country. l'lttehurj,' Com.
merclal.
TKUJIS t
lu.st:igo free to biib-crlhcr- in the Unitod
States.
Harper'H Wtelrty, ono yeir....$l 00
Tour dollars includo- iiiepiiymetit of U.
S. jioMaL'e by the publlHlier-.
Sub-crlptlnns to llurpcr's Matjiizluo,
Weekly, anil lliizar, iu one iidili ess lor one
year, $10 00; or, two ' Harper'H I'criodl
culs, to ono addros lor one year, $7 OJ;
postage Iron.
An extra copy of Hie ilaazlnc, Weekly,
or llaz.ir will hu biippl'od (jratls lor every
club of llvo siib-cnbcrs nt if 1 00 uach, In
ono remittance; or, Mx copies fur S'JO 00,
wltljom exMa copy; po-tugo ficc.
Hack numberH can he unpolled nt any time,
'I ho nnniial volumes or llarper'n weekly,
In neat cloth biuillnK, will Im K-nt by ex-prci-.
Inn ol expetiKo. for $7 00 each. A
complete net. comprl-lng elt?hteen volumes,
cut on receipt ol ca-h at tlm ri.to ol ri 2ft
per volume, lrel(;ht at tho expen o ot tho
purchaser.
KTTNowHpniiPrs am not to copy this ml.
yertlncmcnt without tho oxpro- orders ot
Harper it Ilrothcts.
AitJreBh IIAltl'KIt
.t IIKOTIIintS, N. Y.
II. I.. llHlHtiom. A. 0. Meeker. A.J,lloolc
E. L. HEDSTROM & Co.,
Minors & Shippors of
t 'J1 Hi ii
cj:s, j l.ur, ,
ni ui klreet, llullalo.
Gl.Sk.llAL Oil!
iMiaiusA .Market M
I'lileniro.
Also Agontafor Blcmsburg Coal Co.
7-'J1 dlw
Mil E COiL
Valuable
FOR
AT AUCTION!
AN ELIGIBLY SITUATED BRICK J
Buaineae House and Residence
And tho two lots upon which it is situated
FOR S3LI33!
'I hat ttell llnllid lltlrk lloiie at tin- eorner ut I'ojilar nnd Tuenlleth alnrH, Willi Moic-ronm
and rnloou iircoinniMilnlliiin nn II rt floor, and family lentdenre abow, will, Willi loH 1 nnd
-I, liluek 19, upon whleli it U locatiil, lj Hold at Aurlioii to Hie lilKhetttbldiler, on
Nuliirilii.v, July ttltl, IST.l,
furnish lu liand 'I lieie will be fold beieHtlie led eilatc, n utoek of Kroeeii(-, 'Inrlildliitf n Va
riely ofailleli" ofdall) u-i'l mid u lot of l'nrlor, IIoiih'IioIiI and liilihi u furiilluie, loo miiuerous
to detail.
As the owner Is ditel mined to ell, errybod)
lie mile will U' iiolllennl ultluait leenc
alro,.IiiLe m 17
LARGE STOCK
oneied
Groat Hoducticn in Prices,-
II V
Domestics, Shootings,
Prints, Bleachod Muslins,
Ginghams, Crotonos,
Tablo Linons, Porcalos,
LARGIlI stock of dress goods,
Lawns,
Japancso Silks,
Alpacas,
!
I autre Mork of Whtto OoodH, Victoria Lawns, SwIih Mnrsailes, and a i.ire ' tc k of
Kl'iliono. I Ins eiillru flock will I oldatiicliial MU. and contlntli: until It I-clmcd out I nil
nil liocouviuci-lof I. rent Itarirainn 1 TWt.MS sTItP i I.Y I All
Corner Eiglxth. St. and Commorcial Avo
C-8tf
mil
Wholeanlo
BARCLAY
DRUGGISTS
AN-I
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF
Av l
PATENT MEDICINES, 'I'OITiET AUTICLES.
DRUG8ISTS' FANCY GOODS, COLLIER WHITE LEAD.
WA?rLi0TW0E?.rc,EKIA L- WINDOW OLAS3, '
BltUHIIES, SOAPS, COLORS. OILS
ture6olors DVE 'STUFFS.
CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY,
VARNISHES, ETC., ETC.
V7",:JoUcif Mrrc-lioiidiuce and orders from DiukkM, fhyrirlant and fienend Sf.im in wan
.in' i "f.h'"",1. f'.1 .,Ir . '"'',l''f'l. l'hudutioii und Kamify .Mi.llcine Cak Pirnl mil ir
lllleil ith reliable liru's at rcaionalile rutin.
WHOLESALE &. RETAIL.
CAIRO
7-1 Ohio Levee,
F. M. STOCSSFLBTH,
Importer and Wholesale Doalor In
rKT'ODEUEJIGHKr L3TX DOMESTIC
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
KocpH a full Htock of
X5Loxi.txiol-y Bourtoon,
Monongahela,Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
RHINE,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
Property
SALE
who may dellr crent luiif.ilin hIioiiIiI nl lend,
ItIS AI.IIO DIAM hi
l : tt
Or DRY GOODS
ft r jle at-
Suitings,
Silk Poplins,
Grenadines.
;tJisiN.
anil Retail
KETAIL & PRESCRIPTIO
Viiahtnf:ton Av., Cor. 8th S
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