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Mtmr M Every raKt.
fOatW K. MKRI.T, Editor.
CoNTRtMrrfosra arc being taken up In
Mm iteMtkter inanMmcnt to Stonownll
JtolNon. , .
Nearly every Southern city reports
Mti fttal cam of shooting on Clirlsttuas
iky. The practice of dlicliarhnc lire
arms on that .day Is n barbarous one
which wauM be vastly mora honored In
the breach than In the observance.
Tiik total earning! ot the Illinois Con
trnl railroad for the half year prior to
October .list, wcro $2,702,5)32.20. The,
seven per cent, of the pross receipts
which the company is required to pay
Into the State treasury amount to $10.',
Loulsvllio people have but onciJMvr.v jvabsmji totiii: an n
opinion about tho Wasdiliiirt
KUUIil, IIIU MUNIIIIIflUII WIIM-l
pondent of the Inler-Octau, who has been
Intimating unpleasant thing about l)rl-
tow. The Louisville people belle vo the
correspondent to bo the vlcKeilc.t man
In Washington, ami Ifccy also believe
llrlstow to bo the purrt man In the jwb
Jlo nervlce. ' r' i
"M. W. A. rSMlKutcil of paraly
sis nt his homo in tjliuicy'alonday morn
ing. Col. Ilichnrdson served tlvo terms
lu the House of Representatives at Wash
ington, and wns elected to till the va
cancy in the Senate occasioned by
death of Stephen A. Douglas. He
sixty-lour years old.
While the revel0"8 concerning tho
society ol the o. A. U. Is attracting at
tention In hle i'-U rumors about the
Hutluni Ilepubllcan Club" arc rife In
Xof Orleans. It Is a secret organization,
members are sworn to conceal Its iilm.i
and purposes, and Its strength is n matter
of surmise ; but its roll Is said to be very
long, and the Names ol many of those who
sympathized with the Conservatives are
found on It. The New Orleans J)uUtin
ays tho club Is formed on n military
basis, and is firmly planted on the plat
form, of Grant's re-election to the Presi
A VALUE PROPHET.
The Cairo Bullktix Is exceedingly In
dignant that the Chicago Tribune should
speak of the Representative In Congress
from the Lower Egyptian District ns
"Hartwell," Instead or "llartztll," lils
real name. As Mr. llartzell is not likely
to do nearu ot alter me cioso oi ins pres
ent term, no permanent lulury Is llkelv
to be (lone te his Inmo by the Tribune's
'f.m Journal Is mistaken. It is not
only likely, but it is certain, that Mr,
llartzell will be heard from after his pres
ent term. It is already a foregone con
clusion that his party will rc-uominate
hiu tor Congress, and it is also a fore
'gono conclusion that the people of this
district will re-elect him.
HVVHKMK Vttl'HT CANE.
Tho Hrst month or turrew-Trarni util
ises to be an important one In the Su
preme Court ofal0 u,,itcd States. The
dedilori III liTTorai.! nnrlsli f I.mikliinM
Teh Involve the constitutionality
cted to be rendered about the middle
nf the month. On tho 11th, the argu
ment in the last of the granger cases
will be made, and tho question hi all its
phases of the rights ot n State to rcgulato
the rates of freight and the fares of rail,
roads chartered within the Stato will lie
submitted to the court. An early decis
ion Is expected, possibly before Febru
ary 1, as the arguments in all the other
cases have been elaborately heard eonwi
DEXVER WAMTN TIIIIM IIOTn.
Denver, Colorado, modestly believes
that it has superior qualifications which
entitle It to be selected us the place
wuere tlio National conventions of both
the parties should bo held next summer,
and the Tribune thus puts it :
"Comparatively lewol the great crowds
oi .New i or ana I'iiiladclptila, Jtaltimoro
and Washlnztoii nolitlcal buininnrs ami
hangers ou to national conventions would
ue auie to
Wan!. "EST hft? SSS:
undred miles of prairie would
than 11 to hundred
sirctcn between the convention nnd tli
corrupting Instrumentalities ot tlio great
E.u9ivru ciiies. inu loity and ruj
gcd mountain raiiL'es. and Ion
xtents of mountaluoiis country would
inieriioueu lor ineir protection
vA'"-mnuu l"e scdtietivo innii'
? Sa Francisco nnd Salt Laic
lulls tlie uiemlwra
P'vely free to lollow tlicir own purer
uuu uuiici- nupuiscs.
MOMAX MVFt'KAUE IS HEW VOKK.
I he woman snflraglsts of New York
are making preparations for a vigor
ous nesccnt on the members of tlio
Albany legislature this whitor. Memo
rials are to be presented from thrco socie
ties, the State Woman Suflrago Associa
tion, the Xt-w York City Woman Suflrago
Society, and tho National Women's Suf
Irage Association. The representative
delegates will be Matilda Joslyn Gago.
Pre-Mtut of tlio National Association ;
I.Uy Deyercux Illake, of the State
AnweUtlon; and Mrs. Lozlcr, Dean ol.
ne v oinon's Hoinceopathlc Colleae, who
is the I'reiWcnt of the New York City
" uian ounraee Society. These ladles
eleill omo Umo in Albany ; they
wl urge their cauio. In iktsou to the
members of the li'flsintur mill nrn nnti-
IWent of their ability to accomplish some-
HE WILL Mi: M1VKII.
A superhuman cfTort Is to bo made to
Save Bllboock. Tim InrocU nl i.
SaU,I'rly wlu "ot Pwmlt him to be
X' rr: " u aum on whoso
If ho u permitted lo fan. .1,.. if.
t LI". "... -""pondent of tho
"WMHOUS it few nf II.,.
ZZTJSr Splayed an.m-
llabcock h ii ..
Which all the devUtrTe, T tiJ" hr.'!f:h
It was ins hatvJi tiini penned and Ills ryes
paw nil the OIm'.iIcuir In thu I.oulf
tana conspiracy It wns tlirouli his
lianas nil documents passed lu 1ST J whirl
enabled the (Irniit faction to carry tlio
country when tho liberal inoveuient nt
one. Minn fccmefl on tho verffo of success.
It Is a niattcr.ofrcconl that in the Miii
dock case, llabcock was so familiar with
tho paper ol the treasury du
pa; t men t that lie. succeeded in
causluir . tlieni to he. taken
from tuo tiles and put out of the reach of
tlio olllclals or the treasury. K was I t;i i
cock who carried on the San Domingo
negotiations. It was through Hancock
tho Seneca sandstone robbcrv came
about. It was through llabcock that the
h renen nrmy Mies wercpiuneu turougn
It was throiiL'h llabcoek that "Hoss'
Shcpard nnd his gang thruu themselves
into the white house nnd bankrupted the
city by their thievery. It was through
Ilabroek that Casey received pel mission
to Issue tho midnight order. It was
through llabcock that the fraud In thu
New brk custom-house were condoned
llabcock must he saved. Think ol the
many other breasts that would nehe If he
H.U.. tf.... II,., M.l..llal nl,,iln
wlio nomluatcd Grant for n third term
nt tho meeting of llostou ministers not
longMncc, lias jusi given lo mo world n
pleeo ol Information concerning the
deaths of Chase, .Sumner, Orceloy nnd
Wilson wlilch.ls. of n rather stni'tlluir
cmracter. It hnsMiocii.Kni.nUi.iir
HuvcU on ttid evidence of the physicians
und attendants of these deceased t,.'.,i
men, that Chose died nf .i-'-vr,
the consco,1,-,e r linger
ing nttK ol it common nnd
KCt,r.lly latal disease; that Ctreelcy
ucd or exhaustion induced liy tho labors
and excitement of the campaign of 1H72,
and the grief he bore in the loss of his
wife; that Sumner was carried oil' by n
disease of the spiuo from which lie had
long sullercd, nnd that Henry Wilson
died of apoplexy. IJut it now appears
that thu popular belief was an erroneous
ono ; nn egregious mistake, lu fact, nnd
w have the authority ot lllshop Haven
forsaylngso. Chase and Orecley, and
Sumner and Wilson nil died from the same
cause they wsrc not In sympathy with
Grant nnd God removed them out of his
way. lllshop Haven says so. In the
New York Independent ho writes.
"Chase nnd Greeley nnd Sumner and
Wilson nre towering warnings to the
American people how they consider tho
work of renewing the land accomplished
and set themselves ngalnst him whom
God hath selected for this renewal. Had
llson thrown his mluhty iullucnee on
the fcldo of the president ; had he cor
dially Hupportcd tho reconstruction
measures still needed to Insure liberty
and saretv to our land mid to the late and
not yet freed slave : had he helped pass
me lorco oiii nnd me education inn nun
til marriage bill ami oilier mils neces
sary to secure equal rights to nil, he
would have been nllve to-day. Itut he
put hhiisell against these demands of
God and the hour; and was not, for God
There is something (or tho niiti-tliird-termers
to think nbotit. Is Itlalno mdro
favored of God than CIiao was? Will the
editor of Harpcr'n W'ccUy ov ol the Xew
York Evening I'oU bo permitted to live
when Greeley was struck down:- Will
Scliurz remain to cumber the ground
when Stunner was laid low? Will all the
rcstol the Republican oppocrsof "h'lm
whom God hath selected" coutlnuo to
live and move and have their being when
Wilson was cut oil' in u day? Surely not.
Tho God whom Haven believes In nnd
speaks for is no respecter ol person, nnd
haying killed Chase and Greeley and
Siimnernnd Wilson for sat ting themselves
igalnst Grant, It U but reasonable to sup
lose that liko punishment for the same
clluusc will bu visited upon all who com
mit It. Antl-thlrd-tcrmer?, Haven calls
oi you to pause nnd think before you
bmvc the wrath of God.
i:iitouiai. .v i r.s.
Cleveland is bidding lor thu National
Haven, thu third-term. Methodist
blslop, Is a millionaire.
The Interest In tho Moody-Sankoy
meetings In Philadelphia continues un
diminished. I' orty employes In the Patent otllce
wtro discharged on Friday last, and their
Orlstmas was notn merry one nt all.
Mrs. Colonel John A. Joyce goes to
nr.Ai.i i . .
u d?h,,t: r mmc.,.,
I he Knights 'lemplar of tlie wor
Hiuiiuigiuu, wuere sue expects to secure
will hold a grand assembly at Philadel
phia on May HO, 1S7(!, to assist in tho cen
President Grant has signed tlie bill
further extending the time of tho du ra
tion of tlie Court of Commissioners ot
Alabama Claims to the 22d of July next.
Jtiiinornowlias It that Flshback,
formerly of tlio St. Louis Democrat, lias
purchased tho Evening Dispatch with u
view to keeping up tlio war on the whisky
Susan U. Anthony has been requested
to go to Now York so she can be called
ns a witness in tho Loedor ease, the up
holster wiio laid tho carpets lu tho Til
ton mansion. Slio refuses lo go.
There Is a lady out in California 110
ears old, who is tlio only woman lu the
entire State who iquarely acknowledges
her age when asked. In fact, it is said
that ho shows a tendency to rather over
state than uiider-estimato her years.
riw AmcrlcMii l'tui;.
Inn letter to thu nuivor of Phlliui.'U
phla, Mr. W. 11. Wilcox gives the history
oi mo American nag. lie says that "thu
iiioi. iiuiuiuu lu-jmi mru iroui iilU lil'lllsil
llag was tho llag raised in the several
divisions of tho nrmy besieging llostou,
ou thu 15th and 18th of July, 1770. That
llag was a plain crimson ground,
with the mottos ot tlio Massachu
setts und Connecticut colonies; uu
appeal to Heaven and .S7e Tramiulit
Siirtenll on either side." The siuuu
llag, ho says, was tho llag of thu country
until the adoption ot tho stars und stripes,
niithoriw;d by Congress, Juno II, 177,
but not olTlcialiy promulgated until
Sentcmber 'M. of the samu eventful year.
Tho first llag was therefore carried Into
Iloeton when the cltv was evaluated by
thollrltlih. It iloatcd from Fort Sulli
van In the attack upon Charleston, was
usi'il nt tli battles of 1.011'' Island,
White Plains, Trenton, Prince
ton, llratidvwlnd. and so on
n to l ho rst imitie oi Miuwaier ami
surrender of llurgoyne, October 17,
ltd pernupv ino (xceiuioii oi
Clindd'rf Hord nnd Gctmniilnwn, which,
being nrnr licndqiiarters, may hnvc been
fought under the present Hag. In view
of.lTiMo facts. Mr. Wilcox proposes that
thd oilglnal llag bo raised on lndepcud
t'lieollall nt noon, on January 1, as n
proper beginning of tho Centennial
THE CHRONIC SCANDAL.
Plymouth Church Resolves to
Submit Mrs. Moulton's
Questions to an Ad
Mr. Beochor Discourses with Much
FoelliiMTon thu TondornoBa of IIln
Ni:w Yonic. Dec. 27. Tlio business
meeting of Plymouth church to-night
was not largely attended. Tlio modera
tor lend a new letter from Mrs. Motiltou
and Mr. Shearman followed witli the re
port of tho examining committee theieon,
tu which they concede to her demands lu
the following resolutions:
Uciolted, That this church accedes to
the request of Mrs. Kuima C. Moiiltoutur
the call ot mutual council to udvlso this
church and Mrs. Moullou upon the two
questions submitted by her . in her
memorandum of Dee. '-f.ith. 1875, which
are In thu following words : The action
of'the church In dropplug mo from thu
meaibershin as it diil aro its reasons for
this valid mid sullleient ? Mv action in
abstaining go long from thu Mitvicia.uJliJ
saerjiiijeiiW.pri'.lw tffflfi lis membership
were my reasons for this valid odiini-
Ilesohcd, '1 lint a special comiiiittco of
llvo be appointed by thu moderator, who
shall have power and authority in thu
name mid ou behalf of this church to
prepare ami issue letters inissivu fur thv
calling of the mutual council hereby as
sented to, and Hint thu committee uru
directed to meet nt such time and place
to-morrow evening as shall bo designated
by the chairman ot the committee, and
thu clerk of thu church Is hereby directed
to notify Mrs. Moultou lorthwllh of the
time and place of such meeting, and to
Invito her to bo present lu person or by
her representative lor the purpose of
drawing up and signing the proper let
llesolved. That thu said committee are
hereby fully authorized and directed to
select thu churches and ministers to ho
convened In mutual couacll to the num
ber heretofore specllled by Mrs. Moultou,
and to Issue the letters missive to an ennui
number of churches and ministers to bo
named by Mrs. Moultou. and they arc
further directed to appoint tlie meeting
of said council for the earliest practicable
Jleiiohed, That the clerk of this church
Is hereby instructed to forward a copy of
inesu resolutions immediately io .Mr. mid
This was adopted.
Thu Itev. Henry Ward llecclier oflercd
the following resolution :
TUB DATi: or .MRKTlNO.
Ilesohed, That the committee of seven,
appointed to can an aiivnory council in
tin; name of this church, arc hcri'hv In
structed to tlx the day for tlie nsscmiiliiig
ot mat council at least one wcck alter me
assembling of the mutual council, in
winch mis ciiurcn lias agreed to unite.
Somo discussion WiH had ou thu reso
lution. niter which .Mr. Beccher nroe,
and with evident feeling and reluctance
at addressing so small n number, said
that it might seem strangu the church
should spend so much timu In writing
LKTIimS TO A LAIlV.
Ifo wished to K.11 In rnirrml In ho mat
ter that it was dono for tlie purpose of re
moving irom iiiucuurcu uiu imputations
which had been cast upon it bv its ene
mies. People said that they carried on n
course widen was oppressive to uiu mem
bers. The church hud always attempted
io act as a iiouseuoiu nun even in uucip
llnlii" its members tills had been done
It had not acted as a legislative or cxccit
live Ijodv. vriien allectlon can do no
more the church must do what It can to-
warhs properly disciplining its members
ami lor this reason tlio iinmu of Mrs.
Kmma C. Moultou had been drop
ped from tho rolls, her rights
Having uccn looked upon ns lust as
sacred asthosoof any other person. They
Knew tnu power uy which sua wns ueing
impelled was concealed oenimi ner
Thev were awaro that this was an unscru
puious power mid ono mat nau watciicu
cvory opportunity to injure tlio ciiurcn.
Thc;c weio thu reasons that so much
care and attention had been given to this
council ho desired to statu that the church
called It because tho time had come when
it intended to take its own matters hi its
own hands. Thu speaker referred ut
some length to
l OllMUIl COUNCILS.
and said that they liad;been taught by ex
perience mat every opportunity to injure
thu church would bo taken and zealously
followed up, nud that they had decided
to clear it of thu many imputations
heaped upon it. They would turn their
books inside out and would answerunv
and all questions that ml'dit bo nut to
them by mortal man. He declared It a
shame that tlio community should have
been so annoyed und families Injured for
no.utiiia'io reasons wnaiever, nut oc
caii'i) of tho lll-lecllng ol these person.
AM. Till! ClIL'ItCH WAN 1 UP
wns liberty to pursuu its own business
and uothiii'' nunc. Ho wanted a mutual
council on theso questions ol -Mrs. Moul
ton's, nud was not afraid to meet her lu
relation to tlieni. This advisory council
called by Plymouth church was not In
tended to he a mere handful; they were
nVlllf, I" HUH. I'HV llltlt I1UIII1I IIKWIU till
impression ou tho minds of tho public,
but it could not control the mutual coun
Durlny ills address, which was verr
spirited, Mr. Itceeher was I'reipioutly ap
plauded. 'Ihu resolution was udoptcd
unanimously, as was the following,
oiTi:iii:n nv siipauman:
Jlewteetl, That tlio special committee of
seven heretofore authorized to cull nu ad
visory council ho empowered to amend
tho letter missive by inaMiiL' wliatuvcr
changes may serin necessary and by lim
ning, ii tuey see in, tlie seopo oi tnu
questions to the olllcers of thiu church.
A.comiiiiice oi live, composod i tuo
following gentlemen, was then appointed
to call n mutual council : ltev. Kdward
lleeeher. J). I). lto-Hlter. W. Ituvmonil.
Thos. G.Sliearman, II. F. lllalr and T. .1.
Thu meeting thou adjourned until Fri
day evening next.
Wntrrproolx mill 1'liuuirlN
Wo oiler at reduced rates, best
wnterprool, at DO cents.
HniMiHo.v k Wini..
Thu father ol all iioss cigars, a seven
inch Havana filler, for live cents at
12-liMf Cowi'i:i:thwait & Piiii.mih.
Tar Iho Wi-chly Ilulli tlii.
Persons wUhlng ndverllseuients or Io
cal notices Inserted In thu Weekly IIum.i:
tin, Miould hand In the copy by Tues
day noon, of each week.
NniKlr.v AMriitrlnllnn ltoH lo lie
Itoiitly tin I Im IC.Mfc-riiililliiH' T '
IgrvHt Aoxlvlniii Nrcreliiry UMmiii
lli'li'iiilN liliiHt'ir.t Kill imt JV I'M ii'r
Wasiiinoto.V, I). C, Dec. '27. The ex
ecutive otllce will bu Closed lo general
visitors until Monday, January J.
NATIONAL HANKS TO IIHl'OIIT.
Tho comptroller of tho currency has
called upon the National banks for u
report showing their condition nt tlie
clofo of buslncsi on Friday, the 17th of
Mr. Marcscul, the Mexican minister,
denies that liu h:H made arrangements to
secure Immigration into .Mexico,
IllU'OKTH ON AlTIIOI'lllATIONS.
The sub-committee of the House com
mittee of appropriations expect to have
thu pension, West Point academy, and
consulate mid diplomatic appropria
tions tcady to report ou the reassemb
ling of thu House ol Representatives.
ZaZ' kUCIIKI AHV COWAN UXl'LAINS.
Gen. U. It Cowan, assistant secretary
of tho Interior, makes thu following
statements with reference to an article
published in New York last Saturday
charging him with hsuiiig-ngricultural
college scrip to the .State ot Arkansas lu
delhuiee of the expressed will of eongress,
w hich required that Statu to previously
make arrangements funding certain of Its
bonds held ns pint of thu Indian trust
Hinds. Hu says: "Tliu articlu lacks one
Item of importance to the completion
of the history, namely, the
fact that old and MluiJ0itej
ornm InfeVr0rruulMTi 'rc rtrmideii,
principal and n.iwcst, try new bonds In
accordance with un arrangement made
before tlie agricultural scrip was released,
though not completed till iilterwnrd."
lie furthei Vays : The secretary of thu In
terior holds the new bonds ut tills time.
There wns no Impropriety in thu nctlon
of the department in regard to the mat
ter, aim mo win iu transaction was re
garded at the time and is still upheld as
proper, regmarnmi fciricuy legal.
A fcilver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) llnlsh,
valued at Will be sold nt ?20 dis
count, on good terms, und ordered direct
ftom tlie factory.
Colored and mounted Maps ol tlie
city of Cairo at 2 CO each (halt price.)
A No. !) Wilon Shuttle Sewing Ma
eliliie valued at $75. Will bo told at $15
discount, and ordered direct from the
A $1)0 llcmlngton Sewing Machine
$:!0 oil for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
boot and shoe manufacturer.
a stylo "H," "Cloiigli, Warren &
Co.'s" Parlor Organ, right from the fac
tory at Detroit. 1 .1st price, Will
bu sold for $200.
1000 sheets of bristol board ju-t re
ceived at thu IIUM.KTIN olllee, and lor
sale to the trade.
'lly or I'ulrit,
colored and varnished, fur sale ut htdf
price ($2.50) at ihu liui.uniN olllee.
20,(100 note heads, liO.OOO envelopes,
20,000 letter heads, lOieams statements,
20 reams bill heads CarlMe paper just
received nnd for sale at the IUji.i.imin
For any of the above articles, apply a
tho P.um.kti.v olllee. K. A. IluitNirrr
A So, I I.iuimlry.
It Is now conceded Unit Mrs. Coleman,
tho laundress. No. Ii Fourth street, bu
tweou WashlflpSn k Commercial avenues,
has one of the best conducted laundry es
tahllshuients in tho city, and lamllonlj ol
liotol.i and boarding Unites will Und It to
tlicir r.dvnutaf.;o to call upon her,
tier prices aro us follows : Hotel and.
boardlng'-houso wahlt, 73 cents
dozen. Foi plcco work prices
as follows: ginglo thlrt and
lar, 10c; per dozen bOc; sicka 5e; two
lars, nc; two handkerchiefs, tic; vesta 20c;
and nil gentlemen's wear, 8Qc. per
doen. Ladles' dresses, 25 to 50c;
skirts 10 to 20c; drawors 10 to 15c; two
pair hoso Cc; two collars t to 10c. For lu
dies' plain elothco $1 00 per dozen; lor la-
dtos lino clothes. SI 25 pur dozen: dono
dromptly, and promptly dullvcreil. 1'
tronngu solicited. 8-31-lm
The most beautiful stock of Jewelry to
be found In Southern Illinois, is now
on exhibition and for sale by Under
Urothers. They aro prepared to furnish
buyers with any article that maybe desir
ed, and warrant satisfaction. They manu
facture to order watches, clocks, rings,
lockets, and everything that may be de
sired, and for proficiency In making fair
work, lliey stand fecond to none in the
country. Give them a call, and see for
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Will fctendf astir oppose the policies of thu
Republican party, nud refiun to be tram-
moiled ,.y tho dictation o( any rllrjuri In the
It bcitcvcn tbat tlie Republican party tint
fulllllcd Its mlfsloti, ond that the ikaio
crntic party as now organized rhonlu be re
stored to power.
It believes the Radical tyranny that ha
fer Bevcral years oppreefcil the South
should bo overthrown and the people ol inc.
Southern Stato permitted to control their
It believes that railroad corporations
should ho prohibited hy IctjUIatlve mart
monts from extorting and unjustly discrim
inating in their dullness trAniactloni with
Itrecognlrea the equality of all men be
fore tlio law.
It advocates free cotumerco tar 111 Jor
It advocates resumption ot specie pay.
mont, and honest psyincnt or tho public
ft advocates economy, in tho admlnlttra
tlon of public affair
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Tho llullotln wilt publish all the local news
ot Cairo, nnd a variety of C'oiumercla!, Po
litical, Foreign and (Jenoml News, and on
dcavor to please all taitet and interest ah
T II K
Is a thirty-two column paper, lurnfsheit lo
subscrlheN for tho low price of
$1 25 FEB TEAR,
Postage prepaid. It is tho cheapest paper
in tho West, and is u pleasing Fireside
VMtorand Family Companion.
Cannot fail to tco tho v 'Waled Induce-
nienlH offered hy Tho llullctln in tho way
ol olican and proatalilo xlvurtUf mcntg.
Dealor m Fresh Meats
Batwhim WaahlnittOD -ind Ccinworotal
Avunuen, BcUolmnK Ilaimy'a.
KKIU'M lor (die thu lnwt liirf, latk. Mutton
fid, laiml, f.nuai'-, Att., w.d Is oe
inv.i if m-imulllij in nu iciiiushle niamur
GOOD NEWS g SMOKERS!
Plftonn vntira nan vnn rmilil rrnf nn irnnil
FIVP Cents, and Hvcrybody smoked them. During tho war trold went up to BOO
nnd Ulirnrn wont np ncrordltwly. QolU lias (tone bank, but Olicam aeem to bold
tlmlrown. Whyli thlnr Itinowlnir. to a certain extent, to tho advanced coat of
iiinmtruelurn itinlillletl lanor unci uovrininent tax, nut ion buu Kffuerxieni, io
a ruiiuuloiiH fanlitonor roollnif anhamod to call for a llvo cunt Clear,
(Tlii'iiijiiiifjflini'M hy tlie ne if(uli'nliit Mnrhhifry nrernalilrd In nmko Ilie nbjiyt ri-lr1ra(ct
Cluir il ii r jVt i'r l.-i lv-M'Viii -r ri-M Ira than (illiri MbiiiiIh Hiivm inn H(m1iico Clear r
n S 1 ui "dlly H"w Kl liilf tliflruKMil an o.)orliinlly If. supply iiuokrw with a sm-crlor In rnt
(.lenr fur t n ut") u le" bi'toie out p.Urous n
WARRANTED GENUINE CIM HAVANA PILLED CI3AR W, FIVE CEN
Tli iimiinrnpliiif m ircojrntiiliilt tlio fact Unit tin- majority "f iiiinkrr pre fer to hny tlirlr Clifr
limy mill tlit-in, Imvi' mlnuti-d llif plan ol uvoritiK the nmlorlty, uifhwl of thr mlnorilv (i lint
bn-ii the rule, ly m-IHiiic lnglft.ltr.ir at tho mm rule n. lite, fen. liny, fir a liox.
"v niipoiutlnKn niimle Meiiey III iiflty, lliey rnnrriilrulp llielr liiulnen, nthliv Iheir Iixm nnd
rxM-nV; ., i rn. , Hu .tiKllir or ', lurlliu uniliiil ii'lvajiUi'i' nl tliumrlYr, Ihi'ion.
auiuera, uA Oiwr uxeiiti.
Give tb.om a Trial and bo Convinced.
Sole Agents, Cairo Ills.
--'-I' -'' - ".i. - - II -I .. J.
Head! Read! Head!
HEILBRON & WEIL
Havo Reduced tlioir Entire Stock in both their Stores, Connifltingof
DRY-GOODS and CLOTHING,
To a rale htvrr before fiOWed In lht oily. fM-rInt :itlinllnn Isralh.l toi.ur t.lnlliliiit lep.illlnriit,
WlK-re Jim ran xt a koimI in-.uy
SUIT FOR $6 AND UPWARDS.
!;i AND 3u' OVEREATS WE CANT BE BEAT IH PSICE2 OR QUALITIES.
AliSO IN FURNISHINQ GOODS!.'
' ln Mir lry-(lofnl tlrparliiunt re btitl crlri-
A PRESENT OF TEN YARDS OF THE BEST CALICO
Ti ever) body ulio luiya lo tlie hihoiiiiI of rewn dollun.
JC-(lle ill a IiIhI und we will ronvinrr you that tnnin Mliat We jy -J3
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT
HEILBRON & WEIL'S,
142 & 144 Commercial Avenue.
V. M. STOCKFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines and Liquors
G2 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Kcops a full stock of
Mouongahola, Ry o and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLIVJND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
Viifiii'tliinlly. Hiu hrNl atmlnliivil
work ill llit kind lu tti World. '
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