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Central Hop Yeast
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
MT. OARBQN(Big Muddy)
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Orders for Coal bribe euvbuL
ton, or in nonheada. for abipmont,
promptly atMnded to.
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aanufaoturers, we are prepared
to supply any ejuantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
11X0 OITT COAL COMPANY.
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At Uw Uokl Dump, foot of Tblrty-KlKht
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B. F. PARKER,
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'Wall "Paper, Window Olass, Win
dow Shades, Sic.
Alwrj ou luuwirtlie cclbrsl4 IHuniln'ftUnjr
Oornr ZfTnth Street and Waahintc
V ton Avenvs
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
T. O. XXuola,
BINDER AND CLANK BOOK
Bulletin BuUdlntr. Cor. Twelfth Street
amd Woahintrton Ayenue,
tCountr and Railroad Work a Hiwclalty.
SIXTII 8TBEET, Betweon OHIO
""liHVEB AND COMMERCIAL
Maauflaotarsahlaown Bora -Shoeaand
ean Aaaure oooa work.
FATKOJf AGE lOilOITSD.
now reotlvlnx a Urice anJ
FALL AND WINTER
k " At her stand on
To Which she Invites the attention of the ladles
of Cuiro und vicinity. In this stock will be
r..nn.l nil tliAlatelit alvlpanfllats. llonnets. Hlb
lill.. Flnwrt Mill all AlllllllLTV llUOUK. nil oi-
ftiitd at tliu lowest .llvliia"M'": ladli-s In
carchof luirgalns are , earnestly rdiuestnl to
siva Mrs. hwundtr til call before iiun liiialng
lnwlu're. Her stock oNfaiicy gooflii andao
tlnnsls comiilrte, nud she Is, dutermlned not to.
br umlerHold by auy body In thecltyA
A Book for the People.
VimxOLOQY , A iciltlni.te metllc.l viiil of SM
OK f iloulil. lolumu p.Kr.iiia7inni
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JIAHKBAUt:. ) i,i.,n anil Ircal rclal"i u the trxri,
l,y. U at yiUrlaa or Bovreduotlon, &o. A lUiuUid
. VtuetMl.na Ohrouio Dl.cai'iuf u.ih'.wn. Iht
aWts af aartj fbw vu Ui.mkuI iT-wm ana Ihe Un.
gr ol neww. Inlura a .tor nianltir, li.aii.K to ut.
uwiut. uetu.ini Muvot.uujr aurivil. vuui'K u( lu I M
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THE XXDIOAL BUEOI0 AMHBTITDTfi,
1 Jf II fUOAIRO. ILLINOia
THE XLIV. CONGRESS.
I'll! New Hmp aiiifl IhfOM Mm
-th WHlrinl mirwaiaac l.letur thn
lCorreoniltncr Kow York World. 1
Waiii(itox, Novetnl) r Tlie now
Vpngnnu duleri upon Its duties three
ww'kntrnin Mnnil.iv next. Knrh dmIiil'
.wepV hrlftg relief to a large number oi
anxioti applicants wr position nnu pince,
und Ihtetiiltles ihe ccneral Interest which
is felt In the orifaiilzatlon of the House of
IteprcKctilatlrci. 'i'lm .contest for the
upenkerjhlp anil the clerkship Ton the
present fivmhndow alt else, tint when
tliey arc settled and thd eommltlets nrn
appointed, tlio tenor ot legislation flume
.rvliat shaped and the ehaiinelsof invetl
;jatlon' directed, tlie Held will 1e cren
nrjc'of larger Interest and Importance.
Now llttlo else is heard hut speculation
upon tlio candidates for speaker; and
the bulk of the surface Wash
ington trcx'lp l snpposei! to In
Uicale though It docs tiot always the
relative Mrength and weaknesi of catnli
dnteo. '1'lie politicians around the hotels
go ahrttit Willi lUts of Democratic mem
bers pledged to this eotnhlnation anil to
that, until one Is reminded of the "wire
pulling'' of an Inlerior local contest
where strife .eenH to predominate, hut
when) the bet of harmony prevails
llnally. Thin far tlie members-elect who
have vMtecl Washington express litem
(elves Indifferent to candidates on merely
personal grounds find qualUlcalions, mid
favor the (-election of a speaker who liest
represents in himself the national, tlior-ougli-goiiigirluciiles
ot the party, and
who will exerclnu the duties ol Ids high
olllie in such a manner as to redound to
tlie general credit of the country, and
thereby promote the advancement of his
political friends in the great contest next
tiik rmifiosxr.r. of tiik m:w iiotrsi:.
Of the 202 members of the ucxt House,
but 10S were members of the l.lil or pre
ceding Congrrse, thus leaving 11 who
never served in the National Legislature.
Ol tlie 103 who have been re-elcrteil the
Republicans liavu OS ami tlie Democrats'
10. but among the latter ate several whose
term ot iervio- exceeds that ol any mem
ber on the Republican side. There are
forty-three standing committees of the
Iloii'e, and three joint committees ot the
two House, so that In the control of the
House the Democrats may have an expe
rienced incuila-r on every Important com
mittee, lor there are but thirty of the
committee that nrc really connected
with the general bulness of Congress. Of
the Democrat who are re-elected Mesrs.
Kerr and Holnian, ot Indiana ; Morrl-on,
of Illinois: iJaudall and Cly
mer. of Pennvlvahla; Wood
and Cox, of, Xew York; Alexander H.
.Stephens, of Cleorgiit; Hancock, of
Texas; .Swauu,of Maryland ; Wells aud
Stone, ol Missouri; Durham, ot Ken
tucky; Hamilton, ot New Jersey ; Say
lcr. Southard and Payne, or Ohio; Ilright,
Atkins aud Whltthorne, of Tennessee ;
Faulkner, Harris and Hunton, ol Vir
ginia; Hen-ford, of West Virginia, and
others, have all been members of leading
committees iu the Forty-third Congress.
On the Kepublii-an fide there are only
General Garfield, lata chairman of tlio
Committee on Appropriations ; William
A. Wheeler, ol 2sew 1'ork; Kugeneilale
and ex-Speaker iilaine, of Maine ; Gen
eral Hulburt, of Illluois; McCrarv and
Karson, of Iowa; Geo. F. Hoar, of Massa
chusetts, mid Mu ii roc and Foster, of Ohio,
who were at all prominent in tlie com
mittees oi" the last House. They
will go to the bottom of the lead
ing committees under the new
regime. Mr. Keliey. ol Penn
sylvania, who is now "a party unto
himself." is the oldest consecutive mem
ber of the House, and will be assigned
the honor of swearing in tlie new speaker.
Fernando Wood Is the olden member of
the House In time of service, having
served in tlie Twenty-seventh Congress
(111), one of the most notable men and
measurers In the history of the Govern
ment. Mr. Holman, of Indiana, who has
served tourten years. Is confessedly one
of the ablest members of the new Con-
rcss. It Is doubtful if there Is any man
In the next House who has an experience
equal to his in the details of legislation.
He has served with great credit on sev
eral of the leading committees and has
li-il manv a snlrlti'd contest acra list lob-
bery under the head of special legislation.
To tuo ucpiiiuicaii siuc no uas ever uccn
known as "the obstructionist'' ot the
iIoii!e, which is a compliment to his par
liamentary skill in defeating obnoxious
The Forty-fourlhd louse will, alter all,
he oulte as remarkable lor the absence of
leading men In both parties, who either
declined or failed of re-election. On the
Democratic side It .vill bo hard to 1111 the
place occupied for ten years by Mr.
James H. Heck, of Kentucky, or that of
.Mr. Clarkson N. Potter, of Xew York
- . . 1 1 . , . ...t .......
Olio Ol llic uuicm iiieuiucrs nnu uycr
served on tlio Judiciary Committee or
Mr. 9. S. Marshall, ot Illinois, whose con
gressional service dates way back to the
Thirty-fourth Congress, and whoso re
cord on the Ways and Means, Judiciary
and Appropriations Committee is with
out a blemish ; or Judge Niblack, of In
diana, who came in with the Thirty-fifth
Cougrcss and went out with the
Forty-third, regretted by the prominent
members of both parties. Of tlio Repub
licans, the irrepressible Gen. ltutler only
la conspicuous by his absence, which Is
lamented by no ono : but there are Judge
Hoar, ltobert S. Halo, Gen. Hawley,
Kellogg, of Connecticut; Wilson, ot In
diana; Wlllard, of Vermont ; Maynard,
ot Tennessee, and others who will be
missed along the party line. Ex-Speaker
Blaine, It has been heralded lor a long
time, is to he the leader of the minority,
and, with Gen. llutlcr out of the Ilouso,
will manage to havu pretty murhbli own
way. ills presidential aspirations ' only,
will havu the tendency to diminish his
Immediate influence among tho members
of bis own lmrtv mi tho llooi- of. the
House. wlio will watch him with no llttlo
Tho patronage of tho Ilouso Is so much
tuo sumcct ot uiscussion mat tne ioiiow
imr list is given of
OKFIcfeltS. Ol' TUB HOU8K, WITH TIIK 5AI.A-
1IIKS ATTACH KI)
Aml!nnt lonrnal clerk....:. .
Two reading eleeks, meh...
Tiilly cleU -
Fowr assistant clerks, eacli.
Six atsUtant clerks, each...
I llunrlnn ol' the House
'Aastslant llbrailanof the Houiie
itiierliitemlcnt ilocuinciil-rooin of Ilouso 2,101
AasU lant suporintsnui-iii uocunieiu-rooiu .
,! ii.ini... .-. :. 2.10)
the Ataeaeina M Monday.
i r.Hto-lHl-Elei-llori of
-MHtmenl or sjoiii-
"tenctim, for tlio
Sntrfirliilriiilpnt ilornmcnt-room rlerk'n
oHIce - IUI
ioorki-i-Kr In rhnrite of lmll ", Vri
Amildaiit tiosliniutar K.fsH
Mle clerk iloriiinenl.nxim I, ism
Cltrk to siicsker - t,H'l
l'rlvntPnirretniy to Hker... il,fU
Fvc olllclal n-irteri( each fi.'sw
Twotenngiiiiliers for coiundttcen 4,rs
KtiKlnetr of fiilllalur....- l,eW
'tlim- a-ilstuiit rtigltiifrs of vi-nllutor,
rjch .?. 1,110
Six tin-men of venllialor, each 1 ,"r5
Chit rincKneiiicer union- SWS
Three aasiatant lunnwnxer of Iioiim; I, tin
Clerk to -rifeant-tit-riii9 l,fHi
I'aylnR teller lo aeritcnnt-at-arms
.Mi-aengcr to erReant-at-ariit 1,440
Seven mesaengi-rs for 1'. O IjOU
Helen meniii-iiKers for 1'. O l,am
Klve iiicswnKvrs fur D. K I,w
Hlx lnetnKera tor D. K 1,410
Twelve tm-JiMrngcrs (ihirlng sesslou) for
One telegraph operator
Clerk to appropriation conuntUcv. t,un
Clerk to ways and mean..- -.',.Vj2
(Tlerk In rlafiix committee ........ ....... . '2,1-0
( lerk to ar ilalini committee. I,l
t li rk to pulilln lamlt roinnilllie.... 'i.lMi
tteasenirerUi ways ami nieaiia 1,311
Mi-HfeiiKiia to approprbtlons l,:i1'
t'lrtei-ii Inlionri, each -
Hcren-lalHirers (ituring the a.lon) , cuch.. 7.n
One labnn-r - - "'
One leiik'ilo atlcmlant, lielltn' rcllrini;-
Onlv when lllled bv pre.-cit ofllcer.
There are some filly employes paid per
diem, Including most of the committee
clerks and the pages, twenty-eight In
number ot the latter, who receive $2 50
per day. The clerks to the following
committee, are also paid n perilicin,
ranging from $4 fcO to $Ji GO, vix : Ac
counts, Agriculture, Ranking and Cur
rency, Commerce. District of Columbia,
Education, Klectlon. Foreign Alfalrs,
Indian Alfalrs, Invalid Pensions, Jiidlei-
Mllitary Allaire, Mines, .Naval Al
Pacific Railroads, Patents, Post
Olllces, Priutlug, Private Land Claims,
rublic Uuildiiigs, Railways and Canals,
1'cvUioii of the Laws and Territories.
The total expenditure per year for the
aboye. (dlleers amounts to $2r.,i00 i'J.
Tne total pay of members Is $l,.Vil,0W.
Their mileage is $100,000 additional.
In addition to the recent llt pnbl!ahcil
in tlie World of candidates Tor olllces of
the next Houe, those of John (. Thomp
son, of Ohio, and Hon. II. G. Harris, of
Maryland, for sergeaut-at-arms, and Mr.
Tliomus Whitehead, of Virginia, and
Hiram Calking ol New York, for clerk,
may be given. Mr. Thompson has been
for many years the chairman of the Dem
ocratic State Committee of Ohio, and Is
largely supported Tor the position. The
Virginia delegation arc a unit in naming
Mr. Whitehead, and Mr. Calkins will be
submitted by the New York delegation,
It Is iiuderatood, provided no member
from that State receives the nomination
for speaker, hi which case the claims of
that or any other Statu to thn clerkship
would be Ignored.
Hon. Francis E. Shober, of Noi tli Caro
lina. ha informed- his friends through a
printed circular letter that tlie Demo
cratic members ot tlie Xortli Carolina
Constitutional Convention have imlor.ed
him for the clerkship, and would consider
it a great compliment to tlie Democracy
of the State if lie should he selected.
A 4illnie of Hnltriel Conrojr.
From ISrete llarte's new Serial Story
It was raining. Not In thcuunl direct
lionet, perpendicular fashion of that
mountain region, but only suggetlvely,
and in a vague, uncertain sort ot way, as
If It might at any time prove to be log
or mist, and any money wagered upon It
would be hazardous. It was raining as
much lrom below as above, aud the
lower limbs of tliu loungers who gath
ered around the rjuaro box stove that
stood lu Hriggs' warehouse, exhaled a
cloud of steam. The loungers iu Rrlgg's
wero tiiose who from deficiency of taste
or the requisite capital avoided the gam
bling and drinking saloons', and quietly
appropriated crackers from the conven
ient barrel oi tho generous Uriggs, or
tilled their pipes from his open tobacco
canisters, with the general suggestion hi
their maimer that their company fully
compensated for any wustu of his mate
rial. They had been aiuoklng silently a si
lence only broken by the occasional hiss
of expectoration ngaln-t the hot Move,
when the door of a back room onciu-d
softly, and Gabriel Conroy entered.
"Howls he celtiii' on. Gaber" asked
ono of tho loungers.
'o, so," said unorlel. "otrii want
to shllt those bandages agin," ho said,
turning to Uriggs, "afore the doctor
comes. I'd come back lu an hour, but
I've got to drop in and see how Steve's
gettin' on, and It's a matter ot two miles
'Uut he says ho won't let anybody
tech him but you," said Mr. llrlggs.
"i Know no syj so," saiu uanrici
soothingly, "but he'll got over that.
that s wliathtiuison sect when lie was
took wortc, but ho got over that, and I
never got to see mm except lu time to
lay him out."
The iustlce oi tins was admitted even
by Hriggs, although evidently dlsap-
poinicii. iiiiuriei was wanting to tne
door, when another voice from tlie stove
"Oli, Gahe ! you mind that emigrant
mmlly with tne pick uauy camped down
the gulch? Well, the baby up and died
"I want to Known," said uauriei, witn
" es, ami that woman's iu n heap of
trouble. Couldn't you kinder drop in in
passing and look alter things r"
"I will," said Gabriel thoughtfully.
"1 thought you'd like to know It. and
I thought shord like me to tell you," said
the speaker, settling himself buck again
over the stove with tho air of u man who
had just fulfilled, at great personal sacrl-
lieo ami lauor, u worK oi supererogation.
"You're always thoughtful ol other
folks, Johnson,'' said Hriggs, admir
ingly. "Well, yes," said Johnson, with a mod
est serenity, "I idlers allow that men hi
Callforny ought to think of others be
sides themselves. A little keor and a lit
tle saieou my part, ami there's that fam
ily hi tliu gulch made eomfortablo with
Gahe around 'em."
Meanwhile this homely Inciter of tlio
unselfish virtues of Ono Horso Gulch
had passed out into the rain and dark
ness. So conscientiously did lie fulfill
his various obligations, that it wuh nearly
ono o'clock before ho reached his rude
hut on the hill-side, a rough cabin of
plno logs, so unpretentious and wild In
exterior ad to bo but a slight improve
muut on nature. The vines clambered
unrestrainedly over the bark-thatched
toof ; tlie birds occupied tlio crevices of
tho walls, the squirrel nto his acorns on
tho ridgepole without fear and without
-m nun tl i mi''
C1KATJON, Soul ClinimlnK,
aud Marrluire Guide. iIiowIiik how either sex
limy liiscliuiti and Ksl the love and affection of
any pei-Miu limy chnoiie liuluully, 4ou iiajiea,
IlymaUO) cenfs, Hunt Co,, W H,, TthSt.
Once more Belches Forth its Firey Flame and brings
to mind that
FARMER. THE CLOTHIER,
uce More in the Field to tell all Clothing Biiyen that they
thl are still buying
Great Durability with Handsome
MADE ONLY BY
ExcelsitSr Manufacturing Comp'y
612, 614, 010 arid 018 N. MAIN STHEET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOtD EXCLUSIVELY BY
s i:.2m W HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
rho Tcoplo's Remedy.
Tho Universal Pnin Ext actor.
for Pnnil'a V.I...I
Take no other.
"llrnr; for I will mx'uk of excellent tlilojM.'
IhJiii-Ion to Man orlJtuMii,
Krralit, H)inilii9, Cnntu-
I'rarlurrt, Cut, liru
tn or Inelvnl W011111I.4
Nwt-ll litKt, Hums , Scalds ,
lllmlliiir Luna, or
Snnn nieoit, ami lllwit
illir (1UII14 nl Titli.
PIUn Hlwliuir files.
Illlnd riles, (li.iiillll.li. a
T mI hncli , I'jtmcliH.Ncii
Tulsia. Sivrllnl K.irp
Mtliriii or .Sarvm-iis.
Wore Tiiroitl or Uuinsv.
iNur or Inflamed Kyu or
lli.lll hea. Dvhvnlirv.
More Nlunlca, Inlliinnid
I'alnful or too l'rofuse
Milk J.cjr, Ovarian OIs-
flA.sa anil Tnnifim.
Oravcl nnd Striiinnirv.
ClinMusra and Kxwrln-
nuns or inrunts, or
Vnrlroae Velux, Kn-
Inruetl or Inllunuil Vcliu
Ulcem, Old Sores, Inter
nulla, Curbuncli-s, Tu
mors, Hot Swellinirs.
t'liriiN unil llniiloiii, Unit
ed or Sore Firt.
IVIoii or Whitlow, Frost
ed I.imbil or l-iirt 4.
.niixqultit lllti. Insert
rftlnifj, Cluiiied JIuuJs.
I'.VII'N KXTIIACT U for sale by nil Flral
:iih llriiaTKifttN.and n-coinmemted b y
ull L)rKt?lU, l'lilcluns, und every
lioily wlio Iiiin ever used it.
I'nnilill contalninK lllilory und Uses null
ol free, on tiiipllcutiou, If uut found at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New York nnil Ioiutoii.
XAXA3C B. SMITH, X. D.
HKSIDKNCK: No. 21 Tldrtr-nth strn-t, be
tween Waslilntfton urenue and Walnut street.
OK KICK: North side of EiRlith street be
tween Commercial and Wiuliiuiiton avenue.
W, SXTKNINO, K. D.
HKSIDKNCK: Comer Ninth and Walnut
OIT1CK : Corner Sixth street and Ohio Tierce.
OFKICK IIOUUS: From II a.m. 1: in., and
rOUN H. 1CTJLKEY,
Attorney at Imxv.
OFKICK: At residence on Ninth Street, lie
tween WnililnKton iivenue und Walnut rtl.
JAVKS K, i.ani:,
V. M, WAUll.
TlieU'.it Inthciuaikt't. Also all kinds of
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD
Ordors Dolivored to any part
of tho City Promptly,
Leave Ordors at Crystal Saloon,
or at tho Company's Ofllco, at Nar
row Oaugo Depot.
TERMS Nott Cash on Dollvory
JAMES K. LANK
Tho tni-t Nen'e ('nnqitmr. cures Kiilleptlr. Kits,
convulnlons, Siiusiiik, 8t, Vitus 1 lance, nud all
Nennus Uiseascai the only known osltlva mu
edy for Epileptic KIU, it has liwu tested by
thousands ana has never tiecn known to fall In a
ilu-laca&e. 'trl:0 iwckaaalVw. Knolose stauip
foreireulars ulvlnir evldenue of cures.
Address, Dlt. 8. A. lllCHMONI).
10-15 dly Uux. U, Bt. Jpisnh, Mo.
Goods at Exorbitant Prices.
5ipd3 made in the best Manner
"owder of the war of 1812 ; goods well made
33- guaranteed, as we are already known for
that kind with "ahoddv" coodfunade
Designs, and GlvinrjVes open. Listen to no itorlea that
Everywhor.. merchant that cannot defind
hi:.ii. i:htatk aik.t.
JOHN O. HARM AN &
'0NVEYAMCEE8, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Asronta of t ho Illlnola Central and
HurllCKtoii nnd Ctuincy It. R.
Cor. Stxtli nnil Ohio Lovee,
I. 0. LYNCH.
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LYNCH & H0WLEY,
OFFICE At the Court House.
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STORE ROOM 100 Commorelal
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
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BOX and BASKET OO
All Vlnds hard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, fto
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OPEN EROM 5 TO 0 P.M. DAILY.
fi. II, Ahiw, Cairo. II. K, Akik, Chicago.
Zi. D. Alsia dSe Co.,
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