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JefferMM Drii Mt Memphli on tho
6th Inst., cn route to attend the Agrlcul
turallalrntDrSoto, Mo.
Dr. lkttlo I the Mcmntil Jor
lioue p)ij tcln who U under a cloud tor
misdemeanor that, w wot rrcpjrnlred In
well resnlated commiinltle.
The inscription to the "vmllrnto
organlicd for the control ot the lUnk of
California EWte Mrty WJMW
with favorable jwjxvt of tt increav
to SICOWW.
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UStCAB TAXAT10. PRO-
J1VI.
Oa tie rs: jure of tbc IU'llcilv c
it paWiiS. Mr. D. T. Liorrir'i letter to
Hon. Thossii 2. Kiirvwar. late Trea
crtr of VMzckj, also a ublc howing
tie wofkian of Mr. Llnegar pbu of
liiiiwa la each coantv in the State. Hr
nitrtM to the lttter "it will be svn that
tiKriiaif
tr. Rt-leuw? all nllnviil. IlImthiIi
tad Liannt; corporations or companies
irua kuwvu lur luuui v, oivii or Cuv
TMirnrt.
&ccni. RefeaM all other propertr, real
tax ptrwuaJ, trout taxation tor stale
purp03a.
Third. I!alall Sta
tax upon tbe gross receipts ot railroad.
larniii"'! IUJU ujuraiitv companies.
Fourth. KaHe all niuulcipal revenue
from local taxation npou real and per
sonal property, iicens, lie.
Fifth, 'fhe State to n&surue the county,
wa nu city nuroacj !nuebte(lues, and
pay the fame out or the revenue derived
trom the irnm receipts of corporations.
This equable plan ol taxation is meet
ing with favor throughout the State. So
great has been the demand for it, that
Mr. Lint-gar has publUhed, in pamphlet
form, his letter to the State Treasurer,
with the explanatory table annexed. The
municipal railroad debt applies to some
eighty counties in thU State, and the
means of relief Is just, simple and com
prehensive, and Ls favored to such an ex
teat as to insure its adoption If proper ef
forts arc made by those interested in
the plan. One of Us paramount advan
tages Is the release of real property from
State taxation, and leaving It to be taxed
for local government and Improvement
only. A close perusal of .Mr. I.inegar's
letter, and an examination of the tabu
lated statement, will reveal a project for
the relief or the tax-burdened people of
Illinois that must certainly meet with
the approval of all property holder, in
the State.
TIIK DtEL.
dJiVr'hLr0Ut'llt0,1,l,,-'Ul In
dulged In by Foster of the St. Louis
Journal, and Krftrnnie w n.
a.' .'-. ,,e r""" 011 the 25th of
to the bulk of the women of Wlnnc
te?01"" "Win their houses
pianos btOlcil Jrni. 1 SIh II . . .
,,,i, . wms- JaiSJleSippi
n 6n ?d EUvcr l,00" name
"Ponthetu familiar to Mr. Davis' eyes
as hniiK.I.M.i , . .. . wa
,uv .1 "or"'" on the same
1 Journal icspouded that
" man who Mrotc tlat paragral,u
SZ ,1,ie,,,vhcnl,ewrotc il; ,lc
anu wllu lUu dIru I'urpohe
""Htogtliemotbcn, wives and tls-
l?,,m,:".who 6en'L'd i" U federal
. tuwa'"ds of the Timet wrote
a w, , cnMvc PwagrapU, and Imtncdl-
- ""luiunui ui iui; lull-
& ol the Jourml, which made
Wa- to Hfu through the In-
The n,i 1' Wtanebiwo county.
SnefiS ,n.' botl' Arties, when It was
concluded to vUlt Winnebago county
JJd 1 do wm .hooting. Tho cartel pri
friend ,Prl"Cllml8' fccco'1118. conds
mended surgeons, and alsoas follows:
Sa."iWffHftJWMI b. colt.
Art you rmkyv i7n5t,.a,,lt Wort.thili?
to occur niU V.K-lo..lhu'-H!i!,iV.l.i
wofdihr o,nUniit inr:'.V.f.
dangerous portffiff ' a ver'
tor from t&ir oonJ ad oroto
other, .ccldenu frciueuuvt
vloltUon of nUe; at.d theeumm'
fiuiriiiuiia ui uie aitrtu
t the killing of a principal by a .
Bd, wliftt would tho law ol Illinois d.
about Uf Md it itnot raiaonahln (A inn
o that tftlMr Colonel Branch or Billy
Harnanl. tho seconds, would be, on this
brlcht September nionilnjr. sliding
through Louisiana swamps, In company
with a bad conscience, chased by the
minimi ii( llin lu-. ml rotllu for TuXufl
And it it net, very ruwonabte to anppoito
that It ti lilirli tlmo for the colonel niul
major the heroes ol tho light, to com
mence inapplntf out nil unmolested route
tor themselves? The St. Louis Iteimblicm,
'peaking of tho duel, says :
fr:lrti-il Ml li lair, atirl liarl otiaiiMluKkta
to kill the iiuut Uwtimld the IViatiRMjro
mule played oa Jittmilered tonfrtlcrtc
pianos naa aipnra their tea out of stolen
.1.1 i- - r.l....l. .. r. Mm.tnlln.i
for rUklne his lite, without being able to
t.t. . .. . .. ..- .1 f - .- ' n ...til.
mi Hit uujrct wir ii uinii mm ii
navy pUtol nt twenty paces. But sweeter
than all, Foter get? recog
nition a the editor of the Journal when
tho cr.ur supposed Wolcott wa reponl
Me, while Edwards claims futq a the
"bg Injun' of the -TVinr-t, whereas the
pnblle intiui of Kurope and America bad
l!l 111' II lll.U I.IV VrltVllim IIU1V 11111
.1.1.- 1 h. I. .1 I 1
I 0t.t AXBWATIKIWeS.
1 v!ift.n .Xe.'n&e oT tbe raducAh jftn?",
MfmiT WtJer.y et iIhs fWnVr-,1nr-vij.
. 4i 5iitt:4; the ehanrter of
I .ifiull lifiVSMia TiRJipnff txy a: each
! nfliw it) iniunjic truly riivJlus to tl
, ntllMnuw 'irwiaauif , Tlic oewiar art
1 'urn l 1IC
JK lwimra erne
Nlii In Kit I rjr,
111 XlU f.-tC"f T.
ICcrarirr-JiMinnl
, JtJ Wik. the txil,
"Tut ia,lt I Ik urt doublet '
Iieoxk!hittJr.
J tlkfc nn-1 lr.
vi lnrej.M I-n John XoMe."
-tlliwlil.
If Join Xoble' mini puddle li not big
both liiinelf
only to eat
make it nil
Wehavcitut made a
won't stand botli fro"
.iiia.I. rr 1 1
auu our stomach
nllil ilntr In llm
soiue day
ntmM.
-Paid lurtliugs"
is
good. LXuntr-
Wo don't know how good thev may be
lor this world, but they have a dead sure
tliinr for tire and brimstone in the next.
HtraUl.
liohnXobli! llirmv im tlm .,wiwr 11
MVS hi- cannot f-iii!init wlili nur
. 1 v... 1IU4U
hirelings" In the inud-pie business.
Cvurifr-Joumal.
We have oOen heard Wattcrson liken
to a "sponge," from, the amount ot
whisky he absorb", but Heaven forbid
that ice should ever have throicn him up.
Herald. '
John, the small boy of the Paducah
Herald smuggles In nn extra "ahot at
Henry, the small boy of the Courter-Jottr-nal:
If Wattcrson keeps on at the gait he is
now going, it will not be long bclore it Is
written of him. "Gone to Join Bob At
wood." Herald.
Here Ilenry dicres.es and savs .1 few
words to the Clark County Democrat, and
uiercDj- gives .lolin an opportunity to use
an ancient, but erood and annronrl.iti
joke :
rl lie C0linet,.ltitlFHnl QVfiia in lw flnlrtif.
IIIC tile nbusa snlilu.mllf inn..-.ui K.". ...,
' . - ..j irbotuuvUVI IIIU
OOllIltrV lll.U'Sfi.'innra luiinicn nr 1.0 ...11.
about the Ohio election. Clark County
Demnerat.
EllloV It ! Of nnr.Yi wn nninv tt
ru...r. 1. ...... . ""
j'ricr-u(ntt 11(1 1 .
Ccrtalnlv lu- nnlvc Ii 1 Pnin,.. ! n
--------w "W" v yvin lb 410
tlm felloiv niitnvixi fli nin.n...
which he drank by mistake for a glass of
whisky l-enjoys it li.f h-llre. Herald.
John's Impatience cause him tn uro.
duce the following pardonablo sarcasm.
lie is a Dettor writer than W ntterson.
you know:
Wattcrson has found a friend in the
.exIiH'tnn nnieh. If la tnlrrlitv t
Jor one of them. Herald.
Til pro la ennu llnnnr Inft- tn in lwtlnm
of the glas. Courier Journal
tt tt nn f1tflnrniifn tinu IU1a -.rt.n
lirjuor Uicrc Is. nor how deep the jcloas,
H dllfl.ilili It'll! Ihn ailrn tf. I. tjl IJ
. u..k. ,... uv 01111. ivciiii--jirrui(it
The Lexington Dispatch is our very
good friend. Courier-Journal.
The Eastern Lunatic Asylum is located
nt Lexington. Herald.
Wc don't believe that John Noble has
been sober enough the so six weeks to bo
uaiuuiBiiew in iui j iiiiijj; except uie size 01
us iieuu. jOurier-joimat.
It rCdUlresicIeillar coolnmm fur n plirnnln
swill-tub like Vatterson to talk about
anybody's drinking. Herald.
uie Lexington vupatch sprinkles a
little pepper on the Paducah melon, and
gets two Hues of poetry for its foolish
ness:
Wu can Itii.'iirlmi tirm nsliui1tlu.il 41m
Paducah Herald must be to see that tho
Courier-Journal comes out Just as usual.
Lexington Dispatch.
"The Prince lie did me the houor t uy,
You dirty clog git out ormy way. "
Herald.
Johu Noble has liccn presented with a
"linrniil 1'rfnr " If In. U ..f n. 1...11
tpecles, John ought to niuko him assist
ant editor of his paper, Courier. Journal,
vc can't trust h m. Harrv mv Imv.
We fear that like tho roaehed-backed pig
01 tnc lAwitr-journui, lie would ecu out
10 me uonunoiiiers. Herald.
Hie Sentinel declares Itself in favor of
Gen. Wllllnmi fir li.. IT u u.. .......
rii. , . wf wviiiiiu,
I he General is a granger, aud makes a
K"K-r ejieueu, 001 lieventlC
less lilt tlm crmntroru nr.. tine fn. LI... f..M
oj)eaKer. raaucuh Herald.
-t r. f, ' . w . w . .11 u. iu
111 the JteraM please explain. Wc
cannot understand what a United States
Senator has to do with a Speaker.
Hickman Courier. r
Lord bless vmi. m Ann't liiimi-
. . 1 " I M..W I. .IIGIfl
iiuav ue iiiisiuko somewnert!. lirraiii.
TllCrft U Uimil Itni.n. In l, l..ll..
. - iiwi ill iiiu UUI.IU1II
of the glass. The Lexington DUpateh is
JmJF0? V11'"'.1' ""J wo r very
j,w- T'sed. humble servant.-CVWfr-
I m i...'f !!V ,,nty. drouthv rrniii.
Johu polUhcs Henrv ofl-1.. .UtniM'
As a matter of coiirfo ho is chnirrin...i
Asa matter of course he Is a. un h
tlie editor of the lhmi.t ... i.T.V w V.
every other nWOn '' WI
State extv.nr ldV i.T "YN A'T. .
lt as a whisky drinker, ns high as may
iit 1 11 . ":"uu "is ia ents as a ies
iv5',2ph,Su;kH1 if lHdter. w 1 nn not
I i.i.i.n."!' OUI love Inr I)fin..rUo.. . 1.1'
I '"'lillr, nor rullf.. .i. i ----j aim
81 nor ratify tie bargain by which
ho Is to transfer tho Democratic narlv ot
WNcky to the bondholders of Sew
TmkiIhrald.
CIVIL SERVICE.
Ulooiileiw Revolution iMdependcat
. .... . ...... . . u p bm nri.
Jl" ,?" 'et-Prenmi-
Ham WImh hha a .a "
Caiiio, Sept. -1, 1875.
KniTOlt IlL'LLKTIV ! Tlm tkitimprnla
have lately achieved are unprecedented
victory, iwNtt&Yrtitf charnractcriied
"BLOOW.I kWOLbTtOy."
This reiilt has been broueht In linac liv
the voles of an Independent elas of citi
zens who have hitherto been connected
with the Republican party. To this tliev
had clung for a considerable thnonnst.
in the vain hope that n rltlj n' platform
would be adopted, nnd n
KEFORM IX Tim AIl.MI.VISTn ITIOV
of our' ffovrrnnirntal nil lira anttrlit ho
n "
accomplished inside of part lines; but
these have finally come to the conclusion
that the check must be applied to their
corrupt leaders in ti way which they
could by no polblc means inKtnkc. The
Dentociatic leaders appreciated tho situa
tion, and under the circumstances show
their understanding of the caues of the
isiiiniiptt 111 XniTinlirr. 11ml will nnrrx-
themselves so as to win the confidence of
theJatcly acquired aeccs.-lous to their
ranks. The Uepubllcan leaders, on their
side, pretty getiendly sliow that tliey
aio uiHlerstaiul tnc sltintinu, nut any
efforts thev 111 .tv make now i-.hi
hardly retrieve what they have lost, since
tnc
ucrcuu or last novkmiikii
wassogcuer.il, aud any movement to-.
wards reform at this lato day will bo
looked on with suspicion ns throwing a
"antl ti I Vrlinnia lit .i-MaK .......
longer maintain the control of tho purse
strings of the nation ; having once been
tried and found wanting, it is natural to
suppose that tlie places which now know
them will soon know them no more. It
seems hardly creditable that they will
survive the
NKXT l'llKSlDK.MIAt, C.tMIMIO.V.
'1 Ills combination of facts will "In.
point to what I am about to say, and if
my theory, or suspicion, be correct.
Washington will ere loinr be ill led nn
with the Hr stliinrs of that tribe of offlco-
evcheN who will overrun the can tal.
The old clerks, who have fattened on the
publiu Cniliarv. Willlliucr tludr lnoinn
earnings by correspondingly Intermittent
work, will be girding themselves up tor
.1 new cast
UPON THE TIDE 01" LIVE.
It is.atbest.butasorry maintenance for
a man, which, at the hirgest, can barely
outreach tlie four years of Presidential
lite, and at tho expiration ot such terms
leaves him with mind and hand attuned
to a clerkly organization which he can
transport nowhere.
Within my own knowledge, 1 can rc-
xall the bent figure of an
OUI OE.NTLK.MAN OF SIXTY,
who had been the holder of a public of
llce through three successive administra
tions who had reared his family
through a dozen years upon tho small
income ucIou;insr to his nost savin?
nothing, and yleldlii'- much of his inde
pendence In his endeavors to retain the
place that gave bread to his household,
aud at the opening of tlie fourth admin
istration, when his head was white with
laborami his baud and brain cramped to
his treadmill offices,
Tifiivt-n niitr.i.r.am.Y ADIIIFT.
an almlem and almost hopeless wreck of
a man. it would be useless almost, yet
curious, to comnutc the amount of tiinn
nnd temper which has been sacrificed by
utsappointcu aspirants after olllctal places.
It would surely largely outweigh all the
gratlllcations, and all tlie emoluments,
which thev successfully enlov. Tho At
mosphere of Washington is not favorable
to a modest bearing, and there is no quar
ter of the world where retiring modesty
will so soon grow brazen, or
ClltUSII BASUri'LNKSS
so soon slight the embarrassments of the
salon, as our national capital. A man
has needs there to wear his claims upon
his tongue, and .1 lady to wear her mod
esty in private. Presumption goes fur
ther in a world of clamor than tiny vir
tue of quietude.
DEMCACY OF CHAIIACTF.lt
is us much lost at our scat of government
as honesty has been amonsr our officials
for the past few year. Kespcctfully,
Citue.v.
AN INTERESTING LETTER,
SheliuyKau-Coel Brenaen or I.Hke
Mjcbla-aa-No I'roakent-t'halr jihb
Hfactory, nnd soo UperalUea-l.en.
aona for Calroltea-Culro'N Ad van.
tiKea-"ow,AltB-elber."
Hheiioyoan, Wis., Sept. 1, 1875.
Eniroit ButLKTis: While the good
people of Cairo are probably enjoying (?)
very warm weather, the writer and his
family urc being refreshed by the cool
breezes of Lake Michigan, The past
four or five days have been the
WARMEST OF THE SEASON HKMU
and the natives call It very warm und
sultry, but to us It ls cool nnd delightful;
the mercury at no time since we have
been here having stood above 70 dog. I
was much surprised on my arrival hero
nt tho business activity which this city
presents, knowing that this is their dull
season the farmers being busy with
their crops but the mystery was Boon
solved when I took a survey of the place.
To what Is the prosperity of the place at
tributable? Tho answer Is short
MANUI'ACTOItIKH AMI AN AUSENCE OF
CltOAKERS.
I was some years since 11 resident ot
Sheboygan, and In those days croakers
were ns abundant ns blackberries in a
wheat field. When a stranger visited the
place the people sighed groaned at the
thought of being taxed for improve
ments, and presented the appearauoe of a
dyspeptic community, but since that
time a kind providence has removed
waiiy or these croakers to their long
home, and the remainder (as the sunshine
of prosperity commenced to shine
through tho dark clouds of buskfcsg ptnff.
nation) coukl not endure its warmth, nnd
they tookup their tents and Mlently
stolo away to localities more congenial to
their croaking natures; and to-day In
this city, containing a wlillo population
exceeding ours, It Is Impossible to find 11
man .complaining ; but on tho contrary
they say to rue. Vo have tho best town
lU tho COUntrv'nr IU ,l7P. Our utam. la
improving, and we offer every Induce
muni in our power ror tho establishment
of more manufactories." To
n. S. M. IIAI'.ltETT OF CtN'CIN.VATt
(Whoso keen preccptlons made it plain
to him that the prosperity of the placo
depended largely upon manufacturing
Interests), is Sheboygan largely indebted
for turning the attention of her ritlzens
In this direction. He organfocd n com
pany for tho manu factum nf chairs nnd
to-day this company give" employment
to more than
HMKE Itl'Xhlll II Ol'KllATIVi:..
This company, since Its organization, has
lln . .....
....1. iiiui-u 10 pay nn annual dividend or
20 per cent., nnd last ve.nr nald 2.-1
So successful has tlili company been that
n new company for the
same business ha been organized
with an entire paid up capital and will bo
ready to commence business ns soon ns
their biiildln 04 lirn I'nflltllfitnil ,.lil..l. ...Ill
r -"i'.v..,.., , , mtu iiu
be within a month. This company will
give employment to at least iiOO more
operatives. Beside these chair fac
tories, glviuir ciiildovinent in
I ' - -" V 1 V. l'V f
1 people, other manufactnrliiL' i'litir-
prlscs have been started, growing out
of tho ones described.
the i'eoh.e no .not wait i on cafita i.
ISTS
from abroad to come here to locate, but
go to work themselves-oiganize their
companlcii-pay up their stock and re
quire their superintendents and foremen
to take an amount of stock stifllclcnt to
make them interrsiiii 1..
economical and vigorous management of
uie ousiness, anu in this way manufactur
ing lias been made a success adding
largely to the population and material
wealth or the city. I can plainly seo in
the conduct of thcae people many useful
lessons for Cairoltes. Heaven helps
only those who help themselves.'' Let
the Citizens' Association of Cairo deter
mine beyond a doubt what manufactur
ing enterprise will pay-then pay tip thu
capital in full have no cloud of debt
hanging over Its heud-get men at the
head of It with experience, and who have
a personal interest in its success beyond
their salary, and the future of Cairo will
be established. Other manufacturing en
terprises will follow in its path. Tlie fa
cilities possessed by this city and by few
others as mauufaetiuliig points
DO NOT EQUAL THOSE OF CAlItO,
Indeed they can bear no comparison, and
yet, for the want of " a long pull, a strong
pull, and a pull altogether." on the part
or Cairo's citizens, she is allowing many
places possessing nono of her advantages
to outdo her, ami as long as wc lie on our
backs and "hug tho delusive phantom or
hope" for something to "turn iip"iiero
will exist as tho
TEItMI.NI OF IIAI.F A POZE.N ItAILItOADS,
nt. t)if function Of llll! tv lllllrhlli'ttt rlvi.ro
ill the world, a town u-imllnir hi n imulunl
(lcnii V whern slmulil li( pron mm of tlm
most populous aim uoumiiint; ciues 01
tho West ; but if we prefer tho hitter ns
tho future of our city, wc have but to put
our sbouiilers together nnd with n deter
mined anil united effort set in motion the
now Idle wheels of Industry. Who will
be the man to say, "Now, altogether ?"
W. II. M.
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH STREET. Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
AVENUE.
Manufactures bla own Horue Shoes and
can Aasure Oood Work.
PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
.PRESCRIPTION TREE.
TT'1
? u' iT 7i r' iHininii w taunt, ,
on by Indiscretions or exu
has the ingredlanU.
lAiRh mhuiwu aunt nn MI 64 111 PTa UrOUKIll
Any BniKKi't
Auaims, ui. r.
l.'.1-lwlv.
HILTON 4 CO.,
Cincinnati. Ohio.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
KM-
Paducah, Shawncotown, Evans
ville, LouiBvillo, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
Ttic unrivalled t!Jc.,uccl stcainrr
IDLE WILD,
D. O. rowMtu MaMtr.
fcn. It. Thomas Cltrk.
w 1,1 1rA?,oT,i?B."l,,! for Calrocvery MONIMV
und'IlIUKSU.U uti o'clock p. ui.
Uavca Cairo itry 1 UKSUAY und FWDAY.al
0 o'clock 11. in
Tlic ilvKunt siilc-wbecl bttaimr
ARKANSAS BELLE,
Bkk Uowauu M Matter
Waltkii II. 1'Ex.NiHoroK Cltrk.
WnavVfnfMfllIe for Cairo every TUBS
SW na I KtKAV at 4 o'clock p. m.
1 1 u v cf !fu y w jj usKsuA y una sat
UUUAY ut U o'clock p. m.
'J'lic tlf gam aide-wueel ateutucr
PAT. CLEBURNE,
Mat. William
Mauler
Clerk.
RVv Jf.Ti"SVi,Iu for Cairo every WED.NES.
lalV0 pCB'ir 'ury '"UDAY d SUNDAY
Shar-V0!1 clot eoanectloiii at Cairo
Jhif .flr.?,?u'" "tmeri for tit. Loui. Mcra
V ff fln.and at Kvanivllle with
imi wiihS, U'.u for all point North and Eaat.
!2inS nYi ,.'"'vlll aU tteamr for all
ffii?'?!'!' Ohio, flvlug through to
Uluutary fw,,," , paK to all ioinU
for furthrr lnrnrm..inn .nni. t
SOI,. BILVJiU, Vaasenger Agent.
VVk" ." I Ann)..
. ji. miriLiii'D. 1 "
!BSl2ST?i:ut 0nral rrelgbt Agant,
,TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
s W
rjQW nUfXKTIN It pulillahcd every morning
(except Monday) In the Hulletln Dultdlng, cor
ner WaahingUn avenue and Twelfth street.
Tub ItuLLtm la served to city sulncrlbtM ty
faithful carriers at Twenty-rive Cvnta a Wick,
payable weekly. llyMail, (In wlvaucc), 10pcr
annum 1 nlxmontln, 0 three months, 3 ono
month, (1 V.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
riihlli'ied every Thiir.May mnrnlnK at tt 2.'.
pr annnm, Inrarlahly in advance. 1 he postage
on tlic Weekly will m prepaid at tbli office, so
that SMtiicrlbrra will ohtatn foramlicrIptlon
tier nf $1 a year.
ADVERTISING RATES.
I) A I I. V .
limine Cnl, per annum
One i'uarc, one niilion, M
Une stpiare, two mscrtloin,...
One lujtiare, one week,
One square, two weeks
One Hqiintc, thrrv weeks,.
Ono sqme, ono month,
I M 00
1 (
1 ft)
i .V)
3 fiO
4 00
0 00
WEKUY,
One uare, one Insertion,
ICucIi subseiient Insertion,
m1 no
fclOuc Inch is a eiu.m.
KJ"To irKularaihertlws eoffirtiierlorln
diicemcnts. Imth ui to ratu ol charge and man
ner of illfjilityiiiK their Tutors.
Comtauulcatlona upon aubjecta of Ren-
eral intcrcat to the public aolioited.
tJ-All IIusIihm I.eUen thoiild lie uMrefil to
Culm lliillelhi 4'oinpnn)'.
IK
POND'S
EXTRACT
Iho People's Boniedy.
Tho Universal Pain Ext actor.
Note:
Aak for Pond'a Extract.
Take no other.
Hear: for 1 will sieuk of excellent tiling.. '
FOR
liijurlm to Man or lli-aiti.
Mlralna, ipraliis, Conru
alnna IIUIikKiillnnj
I'rnrlurfu, 4 uta, Larrra-
i wa auvisil MUUUUi.
MMrrllliiKM,lums,tclits
FID'S
iieroin l.uiipi. or
piiiingoriiiowl.
Xane Hlrra, un.l Iltenl
VoiuilliKr Bli.utlDtiil
Pile lllmlluK I'll.,
Illlndl'ilrs, (InUlllhle.)
rullmrliv,l.aiaclie,Neii
EXTiUCT
llliciiiiintlNiii, Ithruma
tin Pirelli lie nrtii.ii.il...
MliniifftM or aon-nrss,
iNwrr Tliront or Onlnty,
innamclTonslU.
Dlplhrrln. Ilronchl
tl, ANttllHN.
i.Moreor Inflamel Kyc or
. liJ'-IIHl,
itlnrrh, Li-ucorrliea,
Nor litplr, Inllumed
i iii.m
Pnlnful or too I'roHi'e
w... 'oniiiiic.
Milk .1ic. ovarian l)
I eafcu nml Tiimi.r.
PEOPLE'S
KtmtlJT i..." .,rl u,m airawgury.
uons oi Inlunu, or
1 Adults.
tor
CVTcDalll larupil or ln(1i.i.l t'.i...
tA l tnnnk neers, Old how i, Inter-
,Vi, ' uicerauoni,
A" inn a. I'.. i -i...
Tu
. mors. Hill S (roll In ir.
LN1LK1VAL 'ri.a and Ilunlnns, Uial-
or oure reel.
( nnfliiiro.llariii or Sad
, . die Culls
Irion orWIililow, Krott-
fi.1 l.lmtia i.rt.
USE.
.Moaqulto Blle, Insect
ouugs, v.nappiHi iniinH.
PONIt'N EXTRACT is fur futlcbyali Flraf.
Clnaa OriirKiHlM,and rvcoiiiinejdelhy
nil UrUKKlsts, I'liynicians, and fiery
bony who Ima I'irr uul It.
Pnmpblrt conulnliic llltoo'und Ues mail.
ii, imun niipucHiion, ii not luminal your
DniKRist's.
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
, Sew York anil London.
413-5-13-dly.
In Chancery Hatter's Bale.
Statu of Illinois, Alexamkr County t.
In the Alexander County Circuit C'outt,
William M. Allierlon und John Hodges vs. John
Holdcnand Jlar'iirt t Wullm.' I'uriiiinn
pUHMC notice is hereby given tint inimr
ciiiiuui um:i. ui oitii cuuri ui inc .iiuy iiTlll
thucol, A. Ii. ls?A. 1, JohnQ. Ilariuan. master
In rlmnpiirv tif unlit HAimtn alll 'I'i...-. .1
the vunl ilur of beptumber, A. Ii. U7A,utUie
hour of i o'clock p. m. of bald day. till ut pub
II. mw wiui ixiuav uvui ill IIICUIIV Ol
Lulm. 111 mill! ivnititv tht, iiJinti-lr . u,.-ri....i
real estate, to-wit: 'llie south Imlfoi the iiurlh-
cahintHricr .l K-ctlon tweiity-tei-n ('), tou
ehip attetu (13), 6outh runKc, muuljer two (ti)
""Vu' "", I'lllllimi imTiuivu in me
county of AlexamUr ami ritalcof llllnoU, to-
mtlll'r tlMth tliA iLiirtn....!. .....I I. lis .
ereunto btioiiKlntc or thereto apiejalnhitf.
Terms of ulerunc-!mlf cash In haiut bal-
Mini In nnn mill I .
r.iTi. 1 . 1 ii o urn imyiuvilis,
with six ir cent, interest nr unmim thereon.
ntrprril (n.vt.iini,i. ,i. u ...... 1 '
" .w in, Dvcuitrti uy niuilKSKO
on the propirty sold.
unro, Illinois, August KMh. 1p75.
.JOHN Q IIAKMAN,
. , . . Master iu Chancery
lA"IW lausden, Coniilaiuanla' eollcitori..
NOTICE
TS hcitby given that default hm Ing been made
I fiir mnr. ilm. .ivi.. . 1.. .. 1.. .1..; . -
....... r .. uaja 111 iuu liujiueui 01
a portion of the umount secured to lie paid by u
iZ iT-nii ""'if tsecuicu uy uaiues . neveny
to William 0. Wetmoru and Krederlek Town-
Send. nririilnl.lniliivM ..llli... irn.. .
deceased, dateil July Ith, llt und rccordwl in
j, iwicc-Hie in iiunois, in nook ii, on juge
1? 11, i! ""''"'t'eolllce ol the register ofdeeds
hook fc ol (lewis, on page 030. An. , the un
ilerslgncd. sald mortgafjeiis, will on Saturday,
the eleventh day of September next. A. 1, 1ST'
at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of lhat day, under
MWmortKftHe. ftell, at public auction, to tlit
hlghvat biUder, for cash, at the office buifilJnif or
III A tmalua rt Ik IaIh, fit.. II... . . . n
nipcny 111 ine cor-
In said elty or Cairo, in Alejander county and
bUtofIirinoU, all the right, title aud Interest
of said Jamea M. neerly, or his asslgusVin
and to lots numbered 13 (iblrteen) and H Um-
!5ii.'i'r o.f Cairo, according to tho reconied plat
purposesandcondltuinofaaldilortgagli f
"mil i.siro, iiunois, Augusi lutn, IK75.
WILLIAM C WETMOKK,
,., FHEUKKICK TOWNaKNli.
'"td. Ailralntstrators.
BARCLAY BIS.
Wkolaiala
DRUGGISTS
-ASI-
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF
-M-
PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES,
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOODS, COLLIER WHITE LEAD.
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW GLASS,
BRUSHES, 8OAF8, COLORS, OILS
TUBE COLORS. DYE 8TUFFS.
CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY.
VARNISHES. ETC., ETC.
WK solicit corrc.jKndeuci and order rrom DiitirxIstA, I'liyalclans and Oeseral Stores In wan
... . ofKo'xts noiirllne HteomUiat, I'laiitatloii nnd Kmnlly Midlrlne Cases rurnlshul or
Olleil Willi reliable Knigs at leasonnlile nitei.
WHOLESALE ft RETAIL, I PATRO
74 0bloliTee. M
Wood!Wood!Wocd!
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cairo & St. Louis Trnnsfcr & Conl Company is ow prepared to
All ordors for Wood and Coal. Delivered to any par of the City, at
tho Lowest Cash Prico. OFFICE AND YARD nt tho Cairo ft St.
Louis Narrow Gaugo Dopot.
LIST OX miCBH.
Wood, 4 feot, per cord --$3 BO,
Wood, aawod, per conl 4 60.
Wood, tawrd and aplit.por cord - 1 0 00.
Coat, car load, per ton ... S3 00.
Coal, car load, alngldtou ....... (3 uo.
Coal, car load, one-half ton t qq,
LiOkvo ordora atlF. M. Stockrleth'a.02 Ohio Levee, ut the Crystal Saloon, corner
Blxtb stri.-et und Commercial Avenus, and at tho Company'a Office
Ordors Solicited nnd Promptly Filled.
F. 2X. WARD, Supt.
JAS EZ.LAlTE,SQC'y J5t Troas.
1; F. M. STOCHFLETH,
" Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
KoopH a full 8t"ck of
XLontuolcy BourtooUt
Monongahela, Rye and Kobinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
LARGE STOCK OF DRY 600DS
Offered for Sale at
Graat Reduction in FrioMj
Domestics, Sheetings,
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Ginghams, Cretones,
Table Linens, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Lawns,
Japanese Silks,
Alpacas,
I.Ht-L'i htni.Liiriri,i,. nAM.i. vr,..
RTCh. m 1. .IS f 1 'ii?.1"1"" kwiii, awiaa maraaiiaa, ami a iarje niocn 01
Ibbona. Ihla entire stock w II he sold iitactual rout. andcomlniU! nutil It U clostd out. Cat.
iki wcoiiMticmort.nat llr(Hiiia 1 TKItJIS ft l ItH'l I,Y U.VMII.
Oerar Bigatn St. and Oommoroial Avt
1 1
c s.e.coR.anoNROESTs!Lv
LIS
aad Retail
RETAIL ft PRESCR TIO
"aahlnsrtoo At., Oor. 8th St
Suitings,
Silk Poplins,
Grenadines.
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