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lUMlmt M Mtr Every Pne.
JOWT M. OfeBXLY, Editor.
A notwl nctrcas, named Clmrlolte
Crsinpton, c!ll rvcoiitly. ol which e
publish hii noeuiuit In 11 lsttu ol lliu
Hullkti.v. During Ikt carver on tliu
etnife. U was mnrkwl wltli timny kwiiw
not In kit-plnjf wltli Jilli hl'trloiiio
niulnmciits. Her tnli-iils wen; ofn V-r-Mtflc
order, nnil at 11 tliiieniiti-rlof tonur
war shu was clnsed nmoiijr tliu best un
tn aclrwwt In tliu United States ono
ofliurpromliiunt charactm bulng Ham
let. Intumpuriinco was the f lurl 11?
frailty of hur nature, one that ussUlcd hi
prostrHtlnj hur Hue tiiluiita, and rubbed
ht r ot the lovo mid csteutn of tliu iwpect
nlile. portion of the theatrical profession.
All her faulu mid jrross failures to ol
ecrve the proprieties of life should be
burled In the grave with her; anil hur
many hoblc and seir-saerlllclnjr nuts anil
they were many, cherished and remem
bered by thofc who knew her when her
brain was fertile with the fire of genius,
mid lilted with Kilned expedient- to el
prate this litiumn Intellect,
AMT.H ttl A EY HAD CROWD
Spccillcd charges, of a grave nature,
nave been made against Adelbert Ames
tho CJirK.'t-bsp governor of Mlsslsslniii.
by Attorney General Harris. cx-Seimtor
IV is, and (Jutted States District Attorney
Wells, of that State. Their charges were
patented to Att'y Oenend Pierrpont,
who recommended that they wait and
submit their views to tho I'rcsl lent.
Among the charges arc the appointment
to Important olllcesof men who mcdotl
tute of moral fitness; and men notori
ously bsd somo of them being covered
by criminal Indictments, have been
ii'amcd, through Ames' Influence, lor the
Icflriature and other State olBces. In
Dc Soto county, a negro who 1ms been
Incarcerated in the county j.ill for the
greater port Ion of the past two years, and
no iv Hands Indicted for subornation of
perjury, Is a nominee on the Ainea ticket
lor the legislature. Another of the cautil
ditcs I u pardoned convict. Cardoza,
State Superintendent of Education, was
inditled hi New 1'ork sonic years ago for
purloining money from letters, but es
caped trial. In Warner county, ho suc
ceeded In getting elected Clerk of the Cir
cuit Court, ami subsequently, through
AtneV Influence, was nomiiiatediinil
elected State Superintendent of K-lucu-tion.
County Superintendents arc ap
pointed by him to promote tliu personal
ambition of Ames. Indictments for lor
gery and embezzlement of thu public
lands of Warren county while Circuit
Clerk are now pending against Cardoza,
and bis administration of thu public
schools Is notoriously Imbecile mid cor
rupt. Ames appointed as Chancery
ludges Incompetent, corrupt and im
moral intn ; and at the lat eusMuuof thu
legislature had a bill parsed authorizing
LIiu ro appoint seventy-three tax collect
ors, the appointment to be made in
January next, after the meeting of the
legislature. This was to enable him to
give out lucrative appointments so an to
eecure votes lor himself a9 United States
Senator. Between Ames, the Governor
of the State of Mississippi, and Alcorn,
who does not like Ames, and wishes to
be considered the great personage ol the
State, the people in that section of thu
country aru having a hard time ol It. Al
corn, during the war had a command In
thu Southern army. Alter the struggle
he turntd Uadleal and wulked Into the
governorship, thence Into the United
States Senate. Bring in the Senate, he
lost his powerful grip on MUsl-sippl,
Ames supplanting li'm. Now Ames has
his mild eyes on the Senatorial honors
stored up for Mississippi',, most favored
ou, ami Is rolling oS, to torward that
purpose hence the abuses complained of
to Pierrepont mid the President by the
disturbed Suite. These two men uru
when Ames tnillilu are n-mlv ir .t.,i
cotton go to waste iu the Held? for T'
lacs; ot labor to pick it.
A LITTLE .1 1 ST All KM ,
i.-veuuy we puuiisiied a letter from
Mupwn, now in thu penlleutlarv, ad
dressed to gentleman In this city. We
published that letter n ,o.,.., ,.r
and conimented on Its contents us we
commtnt en alt Items of interest that
o.r.Ke our attention; and while doing
... v. ere not intluencvd by any particular
o ve whatever. 11m our friend Ilouton,
-w.,ilv,uoro uazdtc (and we eon-
Ulf "ustlmr and Just gentleman),
tnougbt It was the ilirriilloii if mi lit.
tempt to create pymiiailiv tor the man
serving out. In the penitentiary, the term
allotted him by twelve Jurymen. In an
article he tald as much, and at tho same
'une remarked as lollowa:
A "This Is the first conviction tor murder
iroin Jolmwm for many years. When
the Cairo lawyers taku u chituguof vunuu
joiitison, they count upon iho HC4iull
tal of their client."
Kchuckurs, of the Johnson County I'eo
"wa, one ol Uic guardians of the fair
name of Johnson, took executions to
Houton's brlet thrust, and replied lu the
annexed satisfactory manner:
v lien the Qazcttt asserts that this
;,,,, . ' ' lUu ,,lrt eonvietion tor
V '" " oounson coiuiiy tor man v
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.......I. uui n'wiHcuon iiirvu cases
iibvu wen uiuujjiii io tins county
cliange ol venue from Alexander,
ma in; iiimi mere was outers, tint wu
know nothing about them. The cases
to which wo refer have all been tried
niuiiii me ia two years. That of Ualzv
r iuu murder of ills repulei
uroiuer, was u,e urst, the prisoner being
found guilty and sentence-, j to tho penl-
aoqulttwl. It w 11 he remeniheied that lu
UjIs caw nearly vwenty v elapsed he
tweeii the time the murder wUH commirted
and tho trial. During tiH Interval i st al
If not all the wltnesM.s died, nud
trial came on and what evidence then,
was heard, all tho Jury could do was Hi
cqnltDllu. Tim next and ' last j
wathat of Giipton, lor thu murder ot
Eachbacli, and In thU case wu believe the
Jury euUUod on Guptou all the puul-.h-
meiit they consNienlly could mid tvffiird
their otitlii. The lnet tin not lienr lite
UaxtUe out In tlm assertion that 'wheli
Cairo la wyi w take a change of venue to
JtiliuKon they count on an nciiiilUiil,' Ton
In two out ot three cases tried In till
county hi the Inst two years, the defend
ant!! have front' to. the iotllteiiilaiy-om
for life and the other lor four yuira."
K.x-VIco President Alexander Ste
vens of the Confederacy, Is to deliver two
lecture1. In Chicago shortly.
Chicago has given up tho attempt
to secure the services of Moody and
Sankcy, and they will open at Urooklyii,
N. ., on October 31t
And now it Is denied that Casj' took
the President down to Fire Island to sober
him oil. Casey says the President don't
drink. Maybe it was thu President who
tooj Cay down ihere.
Postmaster Jewell has Issued a sper.'
lal order, to the effect that letters marked
"noj rtstante'' may bu retained at the
receiving postofllec for three month.
They say that Bismarck's daughter
accepted Count Knlenburg because he
had killed a cook. She thought hu would
be a handy man to have about thu house.
Captain llogardua, thu "crack shot,''
has been arrested at the instance of tho
Society for tho Prevention ol Cruelty t6
Animals of St. Louis, iu connection with
his late pigeon shooting mutches there.
Judge Hnrrlson P. filed, now a law
partner of General Chalmers and who'e
name has tlgurcd extensively In the
FrlHr's Point troubles, Is n practical
printer, and about 185S was foreman of
a printing olllce in I'uducah, Ky.
Mall advices from Kingston, Jamaica,
Oct. 1, confirm tho statement that the
Cub hi steaiiK r Utuguay landed a portion
ol her cargo of arms and munitions of
war Intended for thu tntirgeiits on thu
Cuban coast before she was discovered
by thu Tornado and driven into Jamaica
-In the Court of Quarter Session-,
Judge Elcoek sentenced Wustervelt,
charged with being implicated lu the ab
duction of Charlie Itoss. to seven years
iu the Eastern Penitentiary nt solitary
confinement, and lined him 31. Wuster
velt received the sentence calmly.
Alexander h. Tatiim was arrested In
Memphis, on last Monday morning lor
the murder of John Aken.a planter, near
CotfonpJiiut, Ark., on Saturday morning.
on a telegram from that place. Tatuni
admits the killing, but claims Jii'tltlea-
tion. He agrees to return without u
Tliu Chicago 77irssurs: "Men who
go down to the sea in ships, have serlou?
Interest Iu the details presented eNe-
where of one of the usual calamities
which nre just now running their course
on the lakes. Until mariners take a
united interest in the proervatlon of
their own lives, wo shall have eudlcJS
reports of this sort to publish."
Warren and wife, w ho were arretted
at the instance of the Coroner's jury, as
the murderers of young IJaltell, In
Qiilncy, on Thursday afternoon, were
discharged from custody on Friday. J.
F. Moore, proprietor of the boarding
home, who was arrested ut the satno
time, was discharged.
Eli Harvey, of Paxton. III., left for
parts unknown in company with a MUs
Kono, ot Loila, on the train going south.
Harvey left a letter, stating that If uuy
one should follow him they would do it
at their peril; but Mrs. Harvey to-day
notified Sheriff Lyman ol the lads, and
requested that steps should be taken to
return tliu wayward husband to his fam
ily. .Mr. Haryey has heretofore been
counted au excellent citizen, and his
iiclghnors have honored liliusuveral times
with towmdilp olllces. Hu leaves a wife
and four children behind.
Two weeks ago, Winnie Cobb, a girl
ten years old. who resideil with her aunt.
Mrs. Leadbeatcr, iu Detroit, went to
school in thu morning and never re
turned. Search has been inudu contin
uously ever nlnee, but no tidings came of
the child until Monday, when a fisher
man came from Ecorse, and reported that
he loiiud the body ol a girl lloatitig In the
river, lu an upright position, tin; head
turned back, and tliu face directed to the
The coronor was notified, urn thu
body taken to the city. It proved to
be that of Wlnnto Cobb. She had threat
ened to throw herself lu thu river, and It
Is generally believed her death was thu
result of suicide.
General J. U. Chalmers, late com
mander of the white pos.ee lu Coahoma
county, says the last he saw of the black
Brigadier General Pe ise, hu was making
Into a calubrnkc, having dismounted.
deserted his mule, and been dcocrtcd by
ins loiiowurs. I no uiiicks under arms
did not at any time exceed 300 and thu
whites were about half as nniuv. After
scattering the blacks, Ghulmers granted
them amnesty, and they nre preparing to
return to their cotton-patches. The dar
key sheriff, John Brown. Is at Helena,
and will not return to Coahoma. A war
rant for conspiracy bus been lucd
against him In Coahoma, and should hu 1
venuire uaeK. it tho negroes do not 1:111
hhn, as they threaten to do, he will bu
incarcerated. Unless Governor Aine
meddles with the matter, and sends n
black mllltla force. Into the county, there
win ue no moru irouiile.
urn commissioner ol Indian nftiilra
has received the following dtputeh Irom
Walter P. Jeuney, the geologist of thu
party exploring the Black Hills : "Camp
on unpin ureek. Sept. 20, 1875. I have
discovered gold lu small quautlllu.Ju thu
near j.ougu mountains, about twentv
miles east or Uttlu Missouri button, lu thu
northwestern portion or thu Black Hills.
Thu field Is limited iu area, not ex
cecdlng lllty hquare miles, and Is wholly
in Wyoming, being separated fiom thu
region iinout Harney's Peak by lted
Water valley. Tho gold is derived irom
tho decomposition of ledges ol feldspar
and porphyry, currying oxides of Iron
and manganese, no quartz being found
In tho region and thu deposits as fur i.s
exaniliied being gravel bars of limited
area near the mountain
nearly completed the
and expect lo reach
uy return tibout October 15,
THE NOVEMBER ELECTION.
To Ike Voter ot Alexander County t
1'ki.low CtTlzii.NS I am n candidate
for the oltlce ot 1 reaurer iiiul Asesor :
undone ol I lie considerations thul move
inn to this Candidacy, will, 1 daru say.
meet thu cordial aimruOiitlon of omiu
every Tax-Pii)er hi Alexander County.
uur i axes are enormous, i neineivuse
has goiioon, year ultr year, until now
tliey loiut a burden that W xeriouly lull
by the must prosperous citizen; that
Is crushing to he unfortunate; that hu
ll paralyzing Hlect upon our h.duali'ics.
and operates as a telling ilruw-b.iek to
the entire County ! We must find rc
liel Iu this lev'iud; we must lighten this
heavy burden, bi tore we can again nope,
to enter upon that career of prosperity
for which our location, resources mid
MiiTouiidiugs form an ample ground
work. 1 his relief cannot be found while our
taxable properly, and especially our real-
esiaie, i as-e.sio. as now, ui a ngure at
least titty per cent, above the average
lurulshetl by the itsusmelil of the State ;
ii lid lullvone hundred per cent, above the
average of our northern counties, where
tliu bulk of thu taxable property Is to be
Ills not my purpose lo Impugn the
motives ot tliu men who have llxcd t lie
value ot our taxable uroitcriv. I am
ready to give them credit for a conscien
tious discharge of tie ir duty; hut thu
fact remains, nevertheless, that much of
our property tnaiiilahis thu Ihttircs that
weie ixiveti lo it duriuitlhu feverish times
of thu war; and, taken us a whole, it Is
valued at u limine libber than that lor
which it would actually sell, through any
ot tue ordinary resort lor selling prop
erly. Year alter year our State Jluard ol
fequallzaliou lias ix-iluced tlie.-e Iilgli us-H-ssiiicnls:
but. ullli fiiiirularpertliiiieily,
th succeeding A sessor pir.s It tipngi.i .
(iiacing Ii al Irom ten to lllty per cent,
idjovu iliii nluu l'ivi'ii in It lie tin. Itnmil
and certainly not Ics tlmii u lull hundred
per cent. above the average
vaiuo oi me propony in nil loose
wealthy and iliiluv counties uniallv de-
nominated ortiieni Illinois." When,
upon such au asessiueut, our itiilliorlile
levy Irom tour to six dollars on tliu
K" IT. ffl. S 31
nLotile complain ot 'hii.'li taxes that
many of us sult'er severe deprivations to
provide lor mem ; mat others, uiiuule to
meet the heavy exaction, are driven to
the extremity of seeing their property
Mild to mi exacting neighbor, or cuntl-
cated uy the slate r 1 here Is no cause
lor wonder in tills, nor U there iu thu
fuel thai our prosperity is retarded, and
that Willi all our boasted advantages
our many int. roads and magnificent riv-
ti - l.ni luili! rii.l calaic is rliaiiguig
bauds lu either town or county r lliu
stranger with means to buy, who sees
ii- taxed to the extent of live or Mx per
cut. on au asesiiienl equal to and
olten exceeding the net mil value ol our
property such u s-trangcr closes his
Hands upon his money, ami seek a local
ity where the real-estate i not. as here,
undergoing the process ol inevitable con
fiscation! People of Alexander County, this is a
matter of serious moment a mutter in
which every man is concerned, who Is iu
any inauuer intere-ted for the pru-perily
mid well-being of the Coiuiiy. since tho
burden we are c irrj log brhig'' i,o equiv
alent -s-hicu it tails lo glye even a p.iitial
recompense iu siillicient and reliable
road and bridge.-; .-nice it adds nothing
io, but detract Irom the value of our
Imi'iiis and town loi; siucu it l a Mtiui-hliug-hlock
to Immigration, and uu oh
siaele in llie way oi our pro-peritv, IT
MUsT BE LESSENED! The way ton
most gratelul rellei it npt-ii to you, anil
i lut t is through such an a-essiiieiii of
your properly as will comport
with the average ol the Stale
that will place you wheie. lu Justice and
equity, you belong on au tqu.il looting
with the average I'lix-Puyei. It is with
you. fellow-cilizeus. to say whether or
lint I nil ill bu Iho instrument through
which tills much dc-lrcd end is to bu
reached. Should it be your pleasure to
Invest iuu wltli the oltlce I seek, I pledge
you my word that l shall so employ tho
power it confers as to liirnlsli u lust
and equitable basis lor taxation.
I shall endeavor to perfect u fair
and unllorm u-es-iueiit one that
will subject Alexander County
to only her xhiiru of the public burden,
ami relievo her ol the excess under
which she bus so long ami uujiisile la
bored. I shall aim at umforiiiiiy mid to
make every property-owner a bearer of
Ids just portion ot the burden. I .shall
discard Hie erroneous idea that coat Isau
infallible criterion in binning notions of
value, and. influenced by an liuuest (Ic
hiro to know my duly and to
perforin It as I know it, I shall
nave hopes of perfecting an assesssnient
that will both please and profit the peo
ple, i Know, as every inieiiigeui lux
Payer of the County knows, that, lor
purposes of taxation, our property is
valued at loo high a rate; that ibis high
rate finds no warrant lu any of the con
siderations that govern in n majority of
Counties, and that, it brings with it the
curse ot high and unequal taxc-. To
adjust lhl rate tolow'fit to the general
average ot uie state, woiiiu. in me- event
of his election, bu thu pluuHitre a well as
the duty of Your Sincere, and Obedient
Servant, Mosus B. Hauuull.
The Cincinnati papers record tho death
of Charlotte Craiuptou, w ho wit-, ut one
time one of t lie liioit tiivorite uctrc-bCMiu
the American i-tne. She was born iu
Louisville. In 1S1U, her hither and mother
both bcluKlutlic Hit ut neal nrotfiiou.
Shu iiiadu her llrst appearance iu Chichi
nail, iu 1331. ut tliu out Columbia Stieul
Theater, and ro-o rapidly hi her profes
sion. In IH'M, bhu made iter appearance
in I'hlladelphiit. it belu her lit. -i Kittern
debut, on which occasion situ look the
nix characters iu Iho I he Actress at All
Work." She was a very ver-nillo tietress,
and In one week appeared tis ilitmlet.
l.auy aiacuciu, ia;:o, utcuarii iu.. tho
! reiich bpy, and Muzcppii. 01 her per
sonal lll'ti the Enquirer miv :
Her tlroi huuaud wn Charles Wllk-
t.. t i. i
iiisiiii. ny wiiiMii miu nun ouu bou. a uejjro
conieilltin, who survives her. Charles It.
Miilholhtml was iter second spoiirc, and
we think lie had two Micccssors, thu u,t
of whom I Mill llvinjf. Many of our olil
elilzi'iis remember what was culled Hie
iiowiirii irapity, uiileh took pliuu on
i iuu oueei. near iiiiiiu. Kevei-ul veuru
itii'i. A man of that name separated Irom
nil ne. nun iiiiik up who u iiaraiuoui'
wnom im kept at Una place. Oiiedav his
miu euieii mere mm a-Keti iu hru .Mrs
uimmu. t lie pariliunur iillSWered to
the name, mid Hie miiuuioiis, when the
real wife killed her rival. ThN occur
rence created an luten-e excitement ut
I'.V I1".";-, Ml""!)' "er lids, it play,. i,.
tilled "Iteiribiulon. or the Cincinnati
Imply.' whs written upon the inel
dents ot UiIh murder, ami Miss Cranin
ton personated the heroine, which, n
Ills ciw. wiik the wife. This proceed
ln Ineensed the conimuiiliy. mid
there was talk of inolli, Uie iicires
Diirhurilm early par' of th,. hue w,,,
JU oriunpton walked Iroui Wlieellui;
U . a., to u-hliitflnii City lo procure)
favor for her sou from I'rchleni Lincoln
fon alter she enlisted lu Maryland
i'll'n r.'l) ri,-'l""'"t lis a vtvamlUre. and
nuulltled to speak from persumil experl-
stream". 1 have service to the sick ami win..i,.,i 7 i, ..
iiiiin I'litruiriw km. nnn .... ...
work of survey ;i. After th war lor a time she
Fort Laramie on' S!!:V,..I,,.,":? :v,,., ' Inteni-
encc. Her love for liin stage carried iter
uaek into the proleislon again, in at sue
tilaved lu Bomb's and many other first-
Her lat aniioaranco on the stage was
at Maeaulev s Loul-ville Theatre, a few
wveksngo. us the Q'leen. in "llamtet."
John McCulloiigh being Hamlet. Shu
died in St. .Io-eiih s inurmtiry. in iiiiu
city, of yellow lauudice.
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
FALL AND WINTER
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
TKE. WALDEK Is receiving daily a
X Urge and splendid atoclt of xuoda,
ana la detornilnsd to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
Ho lu reaolvbd to ttlvo the vary host
KOJdo for thn very lowest price. Call
and doc for youinelvoo.
Corner Sixth Street aud Ohio
PAUL G. SOHUH
AND WILL WARRANT
HUE S S
FIVES I AGUE
When every other patent medi
cine fails to euro tho Chills, then
PRICE, $1.00 PER BOTTLE
PAUL G. SCHUH'S,
108 Commercial Ave.
K. SMYTH & CO.,
Wbolunle nnc Iteeili ti:lcrla
Foreign and DumoHtio
OF AI 1IXIH,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MEU PMVTll & CO, Uive cocntiully
a large stock of the tat fjoo-l' ' me iimr
ket, ami Klveetiiteiul uttcntlun to I be iWioiusult-
rnucu in iue iiutiiui'sn
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDKR 00.
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
SIJ?.c,A,'u"t!"lou given toconaljouacnls and
IMI.VT A !VI OHM.
B. F. PARKER,
(Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
iftU Papor, Window GlasB, Win
dow SbadCB, &c. 1
Always f., ma,j( celcbmtwl llliimltir.tltig
Cumor Elsvonth Street and Waahlnff.
OAIRO CITY BINDERY,
J O. XXuiolw,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Bulldlnir. Cor. Twdlth 8tiet
and Washlnstou Avonue,
S3"Couuty und UuUrvad Werk u sveiuliy.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
'yUtK nUI.LK.TlN loiuWIhJ every niornlni?
(except Momlay) h. the Ilulletla UuIMIuff, cor
ner WnshtuRtsn avenue und Twclnh street
Tuit IIullutin la eervcil to clt7 oubarrllH'rsby
futtlifiil carriers tTwenty-rie t.'enta rWcuI..
iHtynblc weekly. Ily .Mull; (In mlvuncc), 910 ht
iinnumt six taonlln, lliree montln, :)) one
moiilli, $1 .
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
liibll.!iel every Tluireiluy morning at (1 'i'
ic: iinnum, invariably In ndVFWe. Hie otiKe
vn the Weekly Mill be preps M at 111 Is oUlce, bo
tlmt silbtcrlWrs trill ubtnln for a eub criptlun
rlcn of 41 n yr.
I)ulncai Otrds, per annum i30 CO
One Bqtiure, one insertion, i TO
Une ocjtuire, two uincrtluns - 1 W
Uno eijutire. one rrcek, 2 W
une cinure, two wwks, 3 60
Une bijtme, three weeks,- 1 03
Un tijmc, ons munlli, (I 00
V K K it.Y,
One tqimir, one lucertlau, -. ?1 00
Hitch ftili'ciil-Ht hii-vrttun, M
F-Qnc Inch it a Dqtiarc.
T3"To rcp'iarielvertlicr') wnEerouperlorln
iliic?rocnts, both as to rate ol clmwi) uid man
ner of Hj'layInR their fitvors.
Oemmunlc&tionn upon nubjocta of Ren
oral IntorOBt to the publlo nollcltcd.
Sj'AII lluulncsH Ix'ttcra ehotiltl be luldreeetil lu
'mIi-o llollellii Coinititiiy.
The Pooplo's Remedy.
Tho Universal Fain Ext actor.
Koto: Ask for Pond's Extract.
Tuko no otnor.
Hw for I will hikuL of (xcclkul tlilnffi.'
Injuries tt. Iuii nr Ilntst.',
I-llllt . Illtllofd
Mrnlii. iiniliit, entitle
.- riu lure, uia, Ijetru-
In I or IllCineil tlotluiln
IllreOln I. ii hick, nr
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rnhtlu, Stvelleil t'iiw.
Mi.iru.'H or .-uiem-nd,
l.untliuKi). Untie Mueik
nr. Tiiroiil iirOtiiimy.
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Hire .iiples, Imiitrnetl
I'oliirnl or too rroiUae
nillt l.vic. Uvarlau His-
ea ami Tiimurn
Uravel unit i'mtiiriry.
I'hniliiKN nnil V.xwrtu
Hunt ut Inftinla, or
Viirirone Velii, ;n.
Ulcer, OH Sinn Inter
Ilolln, CurbunrlcH, 'I'll-
mors, Hut hwtlliit.
I ori.H unit minimis, (,'lml-
etl or ."nre Kett.
t'cloii orVVIiiilmv, frost
cil l.lnibn nr 1'iii-fH.
MiiimiiiIIo Hltev, liibecl
Dllllff, tIl:tl)jC(l llKllllK.
POSD'H KXTIIACT Id fnrfaleliyall Flrttl
CittNN llrtiKKlHlN. mul reonmnieuileilby
nil DrJtBits, l'liyulcluim, r.int erj
body who ms eer nmil it.
I'nmplilet coututnliiK lll.tnry unit Uni-s inall
etl free on t,pjillcHtlo, if not fuuii'l utyour
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
Now Vork null I.oiiiIkii.
Tltl prtiarnllon la now itcknovlcilntil in lie
niipiTliir to nil knur.'ii remedial lor tliu Iteut
mviilol' Uyphillie in all itH Btageo. Scroftt
Ioub Affoctions, Chronio Ul
cers, Enlurgomont of tbo
Ksiicclal'v in Pyilnlilc illeeiiset. In which it
li.is rmvci. muny, when K'lun U iat Imtic by
tiiilin;nl iihyuicluim II Ik cntlrvly vi'Kt'tuliio
Su clmiiKu of diet It niin red uml in lie lnkrii
in uu coimiiiui b oi me Bymi'in wiiii tuuty, uml
in cnniHTtliiii Willi other miiliclniid If Hie pa- I
e ttuuiiviiartnf Uic Unlleil Stalta byejt
N It. iinnile i!ickiii-.i Hi nt to uuy iuu I of tli
United Sluice uti riLi liitol Ww. AiiilifK
. I'H rillKltviAN.
Nortli Sixth dtruel, at l.otiln Mo
Oornor WeshlnKton Av. and 14th 8trot
OPEN EltOMO TO OP M. DAILY.
WHITNEY & HOLMES
F!fy KlPRHiit NtylM. Itli Vttiuuble Im
iirovemenlH New Hint llexut ll'itl SoloStopii.
uVHItu.Nb 111 iUs.h urKiml.ln niiiI Mil, I
cluim Iniliir r tlie-fUixiinounil rcc ninirml litem
im strictly 'lrt-i-liis In Tune Mecliuniaii
ii if I Intmlilllty. Wmmnieil live yeuru. Hcml
for pilre l'l.
W IIITMJy & HOtMU OIIOAN "0..
W)-wH Quiacy, IUUiuU-
DRUGGISTS' PANCy GOODS.
WAX FLOWER MATEH uiL, WINDOW GiiAOS.
CHEMICALS, PERPUMBU ,
VARNISIIEH. ETC., h J.
WP. 'oli',itr..rrtip')ntlciicoanil onlt'M rmrn Dniitnlsts l'liyeleltn ami Gencrnl Hores in tran
of r-".!s In our hue tniiiiliiuii, I'l.ii.tat.on umt family Jle-ltcinc Cim-.n Cirulnhul or .
llllt'l iin rtllt.')le lirogd at rntsniMlilu rate.
WHOLESALE St RETAIL.
74 Ohio Lovce.
Wood! Wood! Wood!
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cairo & St. Louis Transfer & Coal Companvis owproparodto
till orders for Wood and Coal. Dolivorcd to any par of tho City, at
tho Lowest Cash Prico. OFFICE AND YARD at tho Cairo St St.
Louis Narrow Guugo Depot.
W ocl. 4 foot, tier tor t
"Wood, Uttwod, per cord
"Wood, naw. it nttU ipllt, per cord
Cual.ca load, per tou
Coal, car load, sinitl ttan
Coat, carload, one-naif ton
I.nnva ordern at K.M. Stockfl' th's.oa Ohio Lovee, at tho CryntBl Saloon, corner
blxth ntroetntid Cotnmuxoukl Attooo, end Ht too Company's O.Ttce.
Orilorx Solloltcil nnil Promptly rilled.
F. M. WARD, Supt.
JAS S.LA1TE, Soc'y c& Troas.
" F. M STOGSZFl-EiTH,
Importer and Wholesale Doalor in
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keep1) a full at clc of
Monongahela, Rye and Kobinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
OUrii-l fur lc ut
Craat Hducti.cn. in Fricas;
Prints, Bloached Muslins,
Tablo Linons, Porcales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
I.nrsc stock of Wblto doods, Victoria I.awna, Swim Mamillea, Mini ii targe Mock nl
Klbbsns. Tlili entire Htock ivlll lie milil ntaetii il iki.I. .nut cunllmie null! II U cluwtl out. l.ul.
ml lie conviucvil or (ire.it lUrh'uini I TI.KMS fTltl TI.Y CVslI.
Corner Eighth. St. and Commercial Ave
yt r paer ur,UsE critoA00 A. A
COX LLKR WHITiJ t,
DETAIL 6fc PRESCRIPTIO'l
'alln,o At., Cor, 8th Jlf
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