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JOUIf II. onHRLY, Kdltor.
Tim KciifnclTjr ''locMaliiro liavo In
Ktnict'cJ Hie rcprcjciitntlu'3 of tlmt Stnle
In Uoi&riMto labor for the 'IVxin l'ncilc
SkSatom I.ooak Ii licmvnleswiit, hutl It
U tailored ho will l niaddfClinirm.-tti of
tlio NtUionul ltcpulillcait Jsxwntlve com
inlttwtf'wlilcli mcctM In WnsliliiKlon
Oknkiml Hki.k.vai'. Mvretiin of war,
who lives in Iowa when ho Is nt home,
has ffo'no there to hihor for hi own elec
tion for I'liUed Stale son.ntor. He is
confident of victory.
wA telegram was yesterday ixivhcd hy
Ahleruiau Tlionim llulllday irom Col.
S. S.Jl'aylor, dated sU Springfield, .hum
nry 0, 11:25 a.m., as follows :
"TliuU'ruetccs of the Calio CitV Prop.
erty will dedicate to the City ot Cairo, for
n sunt, any new liw tho l.evt'o Com
Jiilttee mav mlont for the line of the new
levee, or make Mich other conveyance of
said new line us the eiiy may wMi. I
made this uiMiix'-ment with Ilely when
last in Cairo." S. N. T.nJnt.
iiiili.ni; im: rui;.sira:M.
The .lollit "lealdl),' of Judi-
Sidney Hnwa a jio-slhle eandlilate (r
the Pro.ddoncy, bays : ".Inde Ureen' U
one of tho -.'tent men of the nation. I'or
years pint he has taken no part in politic,
and tiltlioituli ripe in year, lie 1. Mill as
vigorous in mind and hody as inot men
at forty, and on all living lue- of the
day, huhUuul.s with the great mass of I lie
people In tavorol retienehmeiit, and an
hoiie.-t and genuine leform of tin; ahlle.s
which have grown up iiiylcr tlio corrupt
parly In power. Willi his well-known
dislike lor all that is iinjiiit ordlslioneit,
ho would make It hot lor corruptlonlM.s
and thieves In whatever dcpaitinctit he
In a late If sue ot hi? paper, the Chicago
Staali'Z'i'unq, Mr. Ilcjlng say: "Tin-
almost general opinion is tliat the nrie-
of.V. V. Ifodu", Jacob Itchni ami Hull'ulo
.Miller, New X car's eve, was entirely
dictated hy political motive. It Is deemed
itrause that these three men
lionlJ have been accused of complicity
hi frauds before any of the owncrj of the
recently seized distilleries had met wl:h
flmllar treatment and when It is homo in
mind that tlieie three men were the lead
trs ot tho people's party, which gave the
tint'stroko toward the demolition of the
ltepuhllcan party In Cook county and
Illinois, the conclusion is reached that
tho only object of the accusation was to
break down tint still-feared Influence of
tlic.'c men, and to lay them on the shelf,
at least during the coming presidential
IIABCOCK'A Tit I. II..
The trial of llahcock takes place In St.
I.ouls on the HUt Intt. -McKco's trial will
begin on tho 20th and Magulre's on the
lUtli. There are three Indictments agahi't
JlcKoe, two against .Maguirc and one
against Itabeoek. The prosecution af
firm that there is no hope of an aerpiittal
for IWbcoek that such evidence will bo
produced that it will be luipoid
ble for the jury to acquit.
Klsbellevedth.it the prosecution either
did not furnl-h its bivt testimony to the
grand jury, holding it hi ieerve to he
suddenly sprung on the trial, or that the
discovery of jotne very Important evi
dence ha been "madu fci. -Wit.yuiirn-nient
ot tho grand jury. liabcock has
not entered a formal plea of not guilty to
tho indictment agalnM him, hut 'an
nounces through Id counsel, Judge
Krurn, that he will be present when
cdled, and will plead not guilty.
:sji:kioiju .s:i:ui.i m' :s;,v
Tim New Vork llnal'l' review of tho
Hock market of 175 say that tho
Just passed, looked upon inn commercial
light, was probably the mo-t unsatisfac
tory since 1&7.I. It was a year of liipudu
tlo.i and stern economy, made necew-ary
hy lonner extravagances and wild specu
lation. Hubbies were pricked, sham
clicmcs oxpo-iod.a gradual neparation of
thcTraudulcnt irom the true, a winnow ing
of tint wheat from the chad which cannot
be othcrwi-e than beuelielal. In stocks
proper, the prices of all the "fancies" in
lt)75 were lower than In lb'l, with the
exception of Union Paeltlo and Pacllle
mull stocks. Two railroads, the Krle
and tho Toledo and Wuhath, whose
stocks have been prominent in the deal
tigs or the stock exchange, ha,-o defaulted
hi tho payment or Inierest and p,i4,iwl
Into the hands of receivers. Lake Klioie
railroad etoeU has heeome tho prhielp d
specitlativo stock and hits taken the place
formerly held by Ki lo stocks with a largo
lass of traders. Among the "liinele""
I nlon Paeltlo stock was a prominent one
during the year, having advanced from
H7J to 8:1. Jay (iouldprollttd priuclpully
ny tins advance. It was estimated tlmt
between tlio figure of 70 mid 71 hi
succeeded In selling to his "own particu
lar friends o'O.OOO share.
a i i.n.w. j:tmij:.
vuillo Mr. Chailes K. Slack, of thU
city, was on a journey lately through
iemiej.ee, ho invested a nickel in tho
t nlon City HtwM, which he lias placed
upon our table as jt newspaper cuilo-llv.
The UeraU U notwJtty paper, but 'is
the cause or wit In Its readers ; it 1 not
a humorous sheet, but hu who can lead It
with an unsmiling luce wiistbe a human
erab-apple; It Is n serloiu pajicr, hut
never was Hood even lumilvr Uun Jt j.
For the edillcatlou and delight or tho
thoutandi ot readers of the Hui.i.u in uc
tramfcrto our columns some of the nil
torUl g:ras ot the Herald.
Ttitu the cecaiie ot a wagoudlilef Is ile-
WIow that waj captured lor
tttUs the wgbr at'llfcktuaii ih pat ted
trvw th jcmr 1 ot( IWjiy idghttohook
another nt some point provided he was
In mioflier paragraph the wagon-taker
U spoken of a lollows:
"The fellow that sloled the wagon nt
lllekmau lm made his twain.' for reputa
tion in unknown parte, and wc are not
able to say ho was a member of any
branch of profc.ed being" of Christian
ity." Of a religious turn of mind, ami not
forgellul of the cvll of woman, the Jltr
ahl man tells her, In this fuieible manner,
why a man In love with Ids soul must
"Woman's love Is next in graduation
to GOD, hut a mail niiiM torsake her lo
get Into the door of the narrow way,
which is calculated to save the soul, so
the ladles will c.oito the gentlemen for
being moro devoted lo .foil., than to
them lo bo saved."
Another specimen of the taleulril edi
tors icllgloiH utterance Is the following:
h-t (SOI) deal Willi us. and not the
liainu of blgoU lor tcr of being the fol
lowers or a trosty iniM'oitiiiii) In a lroty
lint more forcible Is the lollowlng :
"The heart of a man Is In n bad condl
tiou beforu the I.OIfl) It lis cannot do
nothing inoto than believe as devils
capable of such."
Kvldenlly not an admirer oP the Kadi
cal politicians whoallllcl thecountry.our
IleratJ friend lollows tho late Ico-J'res
dcivV ld3 grave and berates him with
pf ....At. Klorpiently thu .aim says
'V ce-lTcsident VIIon, ot tue t'nilc
New Knglauders has taken up quarters
wltli tlio.ueaii wituoiu any proviuenimi
"We would not be astonished at any
time to s"o rumpltcs wngltei and thieves
take all lor tho power they have to do so,
nut tfie i.oru in ins proviiieuco m
stotmcd tho law bones ot Kx. I'res. V1I
And mIIII again:
"A llollv Stirlna llenetltloii ha tl
Darted this life, lie got oil' about the
time Wilson IVIee-IVei-ident went."
Very sensibly he itUes the follow In,
"Persons Indebted to thu lUrall olllee
lias a soleudttl oiiortunity to I'Ai'-up,
and it It Is not done a magnificent opor
tuulty will bo tor ever lost.
As a comment noon this te.t this is
"Pav as von no is a mossa-re from
spikes to his oll'-nrlngs and then book
KreniiiL' will not deMrov,-o much time.
.We are 'lire they cannot keep book in
Hell as tfie locality is on lire an oyer.
Hcc.UK a mair"natr.e Is written on tie:
Lamb's Hook In heaven U no evidence of
a credit yMein nor that a man I pun
Mied alter his ai rival there."
Weareid-o liiforiuedth.it "Mrs. .Jas
per White " died at eleven Monday
morn last she hail been aceiisfoincd to
fits tor vears : " that "(Sen. It. A. Pierce
left for Obion's lake, ami we (eel assured
of his success, know ing of his skill on
the range of his fowling piece upon the
birds of the air of snlcmltd plumage ;
that "little children inut suck several
days, then crawl a few more before walk
Ing, and after they commence the latter
with their kirt tucked to honor the fam
ily situation, they tumble and tall with a
screaming bawl for adventuring with an
unbalanced brain to learn the
Mpiia and Omega ' rise
and fall of human depravity ;"
that "wo can expect nothing more of this
beautiful weather than the hrightujs
when the sun shines with her relloctive
power on the other planets ;" that "was
hell full of nppcuiviiiccs, the danger
would be In spirits that would brook
their way to teol spoons, studs and but
termilk tho country with cowards in the
amen north corners of impute htufl in a
Without effort, this lltrll man is the
mo-t amulng writer of the day, and the
Vlcksburg man, and others ot that Ilk of
paragraphcrs. must look to their laurel.
The geulu of Union Cltj-liiuiminf need
to loom into the notoriety lie so much
i:ii roit:.ii. .on:s.
. I'.everldge has gone to Wush-
LouiaM. Aleott, author of'Llttlo
Women," Is about to publMi a hook In
favor ol woman .-tifl'iage.
New Orleans, Viekebuig, .Memphis,
Louisville and oilier Southern cities are
preparing for the celebration of Mardl
The Kcpuhlicau members of the Ken
tucky legislature, greatly in the minority,
will throw their vole for United Slates
senator for Secretary llrldow. The bal
loting begins on .Monday next.
- it Is believed the postolliee department
will -oou run a fast mall train between
New York and Niw Oilcan, by the way
of Loiii-vllle, Na-lillleand Montgomery.
Padiienh A", mm: "Wo learn that tlio
pally of excursionist which left tho city
on the I7lli ot December for New Oilcans
weru not permitted to teliiiu on their
tickets, although the tickets weio loiiud
ttlpand prumUed us good for loiirtren
days. Some of the party, It is said, am
still hi the laud ol "N'od," a-klug for
compliance with contiaet.
A Nakhvillo dUpaleli hays : Col. Tom
Scott, in a letter to Pit-blent Cole, ofthe
Nashville and Chattanooga railroad. In
icIWeiiec to tlio Texas Paelllc railway,
ay lli.it the provision ol thu hill to be
submitted to Congress, au well as tho en
lire policy of the company, Miow conclii
dtoly that llit.it; Is no luteulluu of build
ing ald road In the Interest of Northern
lines, but It Is Intended in fact for an open
highway lo the I'acluc with which every
road of the country may connect on coital
Chicago 7',,(i Washington dis
patch: Very trustworthy authority heiu
is rospoiislhlo Tor Uie Intelllgcne.. tle,i
dueiiiuentary evidence npp.iieutly mpi.
eating I'ltd Grant in lltuwlil.ky frauds
nas men concluded and lorwanled to st
Luuis for tho uso of the grand jury. Oil
igcnt itupiiry and eompailrou from all
sources likely to bit liilbimcd coullim
this point. Thu iloeuinunts In the ca.o.
huyo been under exainhiatlon for weeks
in .klllltil hands, and tho result is said to
bu the implication ol the two Onuits.
The liichmoml Ktt'inirtr leeom-
menus io tjcuerni urant tlio following '
reply made by ficneral Washington to a
ol comsiutulallon sent him by ,ht.
llomnn Cnlliollci after his llrst Inaiigra
ration: "I hope eur lo see Amerl. :
among tho lotvniot nations in examples
ofjuetlce and liberality. And I presume
that you, fellow-elll.eiis, will not forget
the patriotic part which you took In the
accomplishment or their evolution and
the establishment of their government;
or the Important assistance which they
received from a nation in winch the l!o
man Cathollo laltli I' profe?ed. I llianl.
vou. gentlemen, for your kind concern
tor me. And may the
members of vour society hi America, an
Inuite alone bv the pure pltlt of cln Ntl
am! v. and still conducting thenielyt as
thu faithful subjects o( our free goern
meiit. eiiiovlug every temporal and plr-
Mr. Wolls Moving for a Ro
sumption of Work on the
Bristow in tho Doninl Btislncs3
Again Ho Doos Not Boliovo
Eithor Avoryor Bab
(."iiccinl tii Hit; M Louis 'I'lliiM J
W f.niviiiiiv. ll.C. .Jan. 5. It will hi'
remembeied that when the St. Louis
Titnen stated ome months ago that (Jen-
eral llahcock wa enou!y ininlleated by
testimony which had been brought before
tlio grand jury men in enni m m.
Loul. Secretary llrhtow name forwaid
with a verv tiliimi) denial of the state
ment, remarking parenthetically that the
YiriM piobabiy gave currency to stien a
rumor in order to distract attention Irom
the real ollemlers whom it had up to a
datejn-t previous excused and defended.
BAiirncK was iNttirrrn
iieTfrthelcss. but far from borrowin
wisdom Irom such a circumstance, the
ceietarv has gone into tlio denial blli
ness again, This time It Is to assure the
iiiblie tli.it llie uiMiaicii pruned in tue
S'ew Vork UtraW, from Chicago, to th
KltLII. AM OKVII. llltA.M
were Implicated in tlio Chicago crooked-
nes.. is untrue, nr stow i-ven goes o
far a to brand tho assertion utterly with
out foundation and malicious. I'erhaps
Hrlstow knows, and perhaps lie doe-n t.
I was told vcMckIhv by ageiitleiuaii who
ussnreil me lie liad had a long COIlVi na
tion with the secretary, that In spite of
Tverv's coiivlellon and Habcuck's Indict
ment bu believes them to be Innocent ot
any dishonest connection with the ring.
This Is a straw which, po-lbly. explains
his abfect surrender to tlrant hi tho Hen
Till sr. LOt'tf CTSIOM ltOf.SK.
Mr. Wells Is working hard to have a
preliminary or advance appropriation of
loO.uw tor tue continuance oi worn at
St. Louis on the custom hou-e. 1 ho up-
lironriatlon s not vet exhaii'teil as has
been stalkd in St. Louis, but a portion of
it lias been set alde to carry on tno worn
of quarrying stone In Maine and on
this account the work lags at St. Louis.
If Mr. Wells succeeds as 1 have no doubt
he will, there need be no delay, mile's It
be for tho want of iron. I lestru that Mr.
'otter baa not yet drawn the plans for
tlio Iron ork of the! second-story, nil
until that Is furnished the wa'ls lannot
he carried any higher.
rotter N absent about half of the time
In New one, nun nts nurh iicm u neg
lected. Mullet may have had id
laults. but negligence and lainess were
not ol tliem. u
i'iiiii)i;.s r or mi: sknati:.
Wamhinoton, Jan. u. The enate com
mittee to consider .Mr. Ldinouds1
resolution calling for a new elec
tion on the 7th lust., of president
of the senate pro teni. Alter mi
hour's session the committee adjourned
till to-morrow without taking final ac
tion. An expression of opinion was ob
tained by a vole on the question whether
or not tlie senate has tlio legal right to
elect a prodding olllcer at the pic-eut
time On this Mcr.. Morton. Cameron
of Wisconsin and Wadlelgli voted in the
alllriuatlve.Messrs. Cooporauil Mcrrimou
in tno negative. .Mr. Jinciicll did not
I'olHoued liy C'olorcU NIorUluKN.
U'iuw tin C'hlciijfu Trilmn", Jaiiiury sJ
Some tnontliR ago thu Tribune remitted
a number of serious eai.es ol poisoning by
wearing colored Mocking, which are
just now so fashionable among ladles mid
cuuurcii, aim it was siiown that deadly
poison lurked In the strides, ami that
even life Itself was endangered by wear
ing theeo articles, and in intaiices per
manent injury Had re-lilted Irom their
use. Tim Trihimr, for tho information ol.
the public, had an analysis
made by Professor Mariner, show
ing how dangerous the wearing
of colored MncKiugs was. Another eae
has Just come to light. It Is that of a
three-year-old child of .Mr. Collins, a let
ter-carrier, who lives on the third lloor
ol No. VJ2 South ('lark street. A few
days ago ho bought u pair of blown
.stoeiiings from ilio store of a leading dry
goods Iioiih'. on State street lor ills little
girl. Tlie child wore them Wednesday
lor about twclwi hours, when she com-
lUlned giratly ol the pain and Itching
u her legs, lint litilo was thought ol tho
mailer, a sho appealed Ml light on tlie
next mm iiing w hen sin nut I In- Mockln'
on again. She wore them that entire day,
mi coinpiaiiieii gieauy ot tno pain, sue
had them on all day, a'ud wheiithev Wi'le
taken on her b'g worn found to bu ory
much hillanifd mid mvhIIcii, and tlio nkin
wit a yeiiowi-n green, indicating poison
Ing hy nreiilto of copper. , icputablo
phyficlan was miiiiuioiiciI, who hi pro
iiouuced It, and Mated lint he thought
Iheeaii-e had been (lie wearing of tlio
Onool the most ncciilt.n- f'entinv.
thticaii Is that the child ecr.ilchcd her
legs and Iheu her fiieii with the
hand. The poi-on was curiied under thu
nails and acted on tlio face, which nt.o
turned thu color of the legs and became
quite InlUmcd. gling clear indications
ol arsenical poisoning. It is thniiL'lit
that tho child having worn the MiiicLiii.ru
in a hot room Miuiewhat accelerated llie
action of the pol-ou. she Is improved In
condition now, and thought to be dolii"
llie Alloriiej Mini llie Siiliinii livelier.
Toit.k , Kns., .fan. fi. Tho Oumnma
wenlll, has a special Irom St. Marv's,
twenty miles We,t or here, staling fliat
' V, ."lllltr' 11 yoi'i'Jr attorney, shot
mid killed a saloon keeper liy the name
ol John Prior about six o'clock tills even
lllg. Palmer Is nl In, in. lint li
llcMid that he would bo ariested before
rainier is a sou of ox Indian
agent i 1,. I'ninier, a mail ll known
In Kansas and Washington,
lliirk Illicit n liiuiaio.
' Ht mi.o, N. Y.,.)an.5.-.J,neph Hoik,
' hn delaiiltlng ell v treasurer, letuinei!
to-day noil gave lilnixcll no It.. ,..u
"rraigneii netore tue iioileo court and
VS'iilft.Xir 0." i-Iiy. """ ,,My
HrirHnl Mis Nlil-A Frniiilulrut
Has I'll Ni (isi 0, Jan. Capt. Saw
mt, ol the ship Orpheu ttlileli collided
"with the Paelllc, will heplaced on trial
lieforo tlie I tilted Slatrscmiuildslonertr
inonow for willfully wrr king Ids ship,
as charged In tho allldavl ot toyen mem
hers ol the eti'W.
United Slates Naval IVr.mastor Spudd
ing has been arrested Mid confined at
Mare Maml on an order rom Washing
ton. It Is supposed ho I charged with
compllelly hi the Piuuej fraud.
.. - -
Tlie 'lilrnu lie.itiil ry Uel lo
CiiiOAtio, Jan. 5. The grand jury In
the United States Dl'trlet court, consist
ing principally ot farmers ml merchants,
allresldlng o'utldu ot he city,, com
meiieed Its fcdoii heio today. It l be
lieved that tlie llrst eases hmight befoie
llie jure will bo thoe or iromhient men
lmlfcteil hete lor eoniieclon with tlie
whlskv frauds. Henry . 1' rederleks
one of the Indicted d!tll.rs was befoie
tint body this afternoon.
j i II iw ii i i
Nollro or lleni'SHl.
C. Korh ha? leinovei his boot ml
tdmo shop from the oh stand to his
new brick building (out block below),
No. 10 Commercial rioiiue, between
Klllli and Sixth street where hu will
keen tho best home "ado and St. Lou!
custom made boots d shoes, made of
the best m.iteilal ;.rood workmanship
ami In tin; latest styles. All orders
promptly attendei' to. U-'JJ-tl.
We will sell, hereidler, our goods at
the following rices, and olleit the pat
ronage of thcibl!o:
I'amlly brand, per can 115 rent.
Standards, p,rcnn -b cents.
Select, per cn W) rent.
Select, extra. 1 r can m cents.
Tub ov.-ter-. ir 100 ?1 (Xl
Chicago Trout mil White...! 1 cts. per lb.
tiatne, Paii I'l'li. ... 10 and 12 cts. per lb.
Of all dcscMU'nus cousttutlv on hand,
con-Mhig of wild turkey ,1-qulriels nnd
Uauilly groceries very dieap lor cadi.
n: and oi k ii:
Made a speealty. Olve 'is a trial.
CliLaner than tliecheape t.
lU-:i-tr. UJVjxtkMi!., it Co.
LYNCH & HOyLUY'S
Real Estate Column
Uood dwelling IioiijO oil Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twcnty-Uilid
Tenements No. 2, liana -I, on Sev
enth street, we.t of Walnut.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
llu'lucss liousp. on Levee,' lately oc
cupkd by Ciiniilngliani it Stllwell.
Hit-lness hou-e on Levee, liear Sixth
street, lately occupied hy Cro-s, Cole
man & Co.
Winter's Hlock-suitable for Hotel
OUlces or KuMncss rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 1, 7, S and 1), In
Winter's I tow, " rooms each, for 510 per
No. 10 (corner), SI:! 507 looms.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue 1 rooms $10 a month.
--Stoiu room in "Pilot House,'' lately
occupied by A. Hnlley.
A good farm with good houses, oppo
site Cairo Haws farm cheap.
A small Hou?o west of Twenty
second street, near Pine, $1 per iioutli.
Dwelling house on Twell.li, near
Walnut, 0 rooms.
Store room on Levee, above Klghth
street $20 per month.
Dwelling house on Sixth sti-ct and
Upper lloor of brick bulld.ng on
Commercial avenue, above Tenth street,
Kooius In various parts ol tlie city,
Lands, in tracts to suit, near Cairo.
-A silver plated No. !) Wilson .Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) ilnlsh,
valued at Will be sold at $20 dis
count, on good terms, mid ordered direct
from Ilio factory.
Colored ami mounted .Maps ot tho
city of Cairo at$-J m each (halt price.)
A No. I) Wilon .Shuttle Sewing Ma
chine valued at $75. Will bo sold at $15
discount, and oidered direct fioni the
- A S'jO Kcinlngtoii Sewing Machine
$:) oil fur cash. Sultablo lor tailor or
boot and shoo manufacturer.
Astjlo "II," "Clongh, Warren fc
Co.'b" Parlor Organ, right from the fac
tory at J Mrolt. Li-t price, $:!()(). Will
bu sold lot $200.
1000 shoots ol bristol hoard just re
ceived at tho ItiM.i.iiriN olllee, and lor
sale to (lie trade.
MOUN'I i;d .MAPS
t'ily nl ('Him,
colored and varnished, for sale at hull
price ($2.50) at tho iin.r.KTiN olllee.
20,000 nolo heads, .10,000 vnvclopes,
20,000 letter heads, lo reams statements,
20icauishlll heads i arllsle paper just
leeeivcd and for sale at tho Hi:i.i,i:iin
I'or any of tho aboo articles, apply a
the Hiii.i.r.iiN olllee. );, A. ItuuNi'.rr
hAsTX'li: nf llrm 'I Piiiku , ill i lasi-if.
Jllieiiinli'ili(iiiil Inn In- lici'M iiiiiilnlisl Ail.
Iitliitalialui' ,f I lit- I'Mtuts- ! llyusT I'aiki'i' lute
nf llie i-niinty nf Ali-xiiieli'i mul nliiti' of Ulliinls,
ili tt-.-itcl, ii-i by ultM imiiru Unit lie w 111 ui.
ieir Is-'urii lliBiniiiily i-iniil f Alexmi'li r tvmit
ly.nl iliiii-iiiirt house In Uie elly nl' Unliii, llli
libit, lit llii-.luiniiiry t .- lit. nil tlie tlilnl tliiielu)'
III .(an inn v next, nf wlilcli inr nil pt-mniM liut
IliK i:IiiIiimii'IiiI kui nle liiillllnl mill
liititn tiiiitliiiil rm llie iiiiriioMioriinvliiK I In;
tHiiu-inlJiitiisI, All v) luilelili-it tim.uil en
lile uiii iiiiii-iitt'i tu mntr Immeillutii im) incut
to lliu iiihIi ikIkiihI,
I mini lli,;inl ini i,f IIiii-iiiImt. A. 1'. IS7A,
,. , llUlll;i;l II C I NSIMill AM,
n Day nrtntl uilnf nar Wt
AUKr Drllli. IOO ni'.iTih
PHI ! Ul 'i'l AltrnU, AUKI-f iMIlk
ffvv. JIU Au;-r CU, HI, IaiuU, Iu.
GOOD Mil SMOlERS!
i-HiP yearn no you . nl 1 ' rt oi irood n CI,Mr no yen would w-IhIi lo miuku fo
FAVB Cont,HiutKv.iylikM,- t.i ;i. -it tlicni. During tlio war itolil went untoIlOO
Hint Clirftts wi-iit up utcor.llnuly. aold luia roiio buck, but Cliraru soum to hold
their own. Why in , thtii r It la owtnir, to n f crtnln tixtout, lo thn iulvanco.1 cost of
mnntirarturu In skilled labor nmt aoveiniiiunt tnsf.but ton mill Kroator cutout, to
a redteuIouH raliionof rei'llnKnshnuied to call foru live cent Clwar.
(Tlio iiunilfiictiirfrs by the ll-e ( .U nlid M.i, hiiu-rv me en.-il.list lo in.il.i- tlie ulmv eeli-liialtst
Clirornt n eot of twerly-M-vcii per i cut less liun oilier Mmittlt -titrr.t cm produruu Cljdiror
isiiiMiiu1lty, tliuii:lvliiKtli'li'iiiiitiiiiiipp.,rtiiiiii. oimimi.Ix -m Ur Willi a -uittrlur lurent
t Itfar lor ' " nt) e plnre lielnieniir pallnns n
mmwm mmi mi havaua mm tm roa Fivs ts .
'I he riiimill'udlirrr.s reeuj:iil.lii the fm I Hint the ni ij..ril nr -inot.i.Ti' pir Vr In IiiIV Ihi-lr VAfartn
lliay tuisl Ihi-lii. liave inloili. the iiIjii or Inviirllii? the iuiioulv, in. Ie.nl nl the lidinilitv (tit Imm
1m rn the i uie, hy fellhiK n single t ljrur nt Ihe miiii mlu im the. ten, liny, urn hA
Ily uiitiulnllnzii finale nuein-y III n ell v, Ihey euiieeiilmle their liii'liii- -, rtsltirc Ihclr Iihsm ami
-nes, iiiel Kh-ji lip lhi.iieillty or the t lurar, Pir lliv iimliiiil iiilvnnl.i;;e nl tliniHi ho, the con.
suiil'H, nlel linn ai el.
Givo th.m a. Tric-1 and bo C02a.vi1a.cocl.
Sole Agents, Cairo, Ills.
Prices Speak Louder than Words
Greatest Inducements Ever Offered lo Customers
J. BURfiER 6c CO .
Everybody 1 Invited to Cull unit Examine our Imuicuso Slock of
Which Must bo Reduced
LOOK AT OUR PRICES!
All Dress Goods ami Silks Reduced in Price !
Shawls, Cloaks ami Furs Market! Way Down!
We nro Determined to Reduce our Stock, and Pi Icon will not Stand in our Way !
Woolen Goods, Nubins, ScnrfH, JnckctH. etc., nt tt Great SucHllco.
Blankets, Flannels, nnd Domestic Goods at Prices never
thought of boforo. Our Stock of Hosiery, and Gloves
Bcduccd to Lowest Figuros, and unprecedented
Bargains in Ladies' and Children's
Kid Gloves npj Offered.
Will Prioo Infiuonco Yori ?
so, call on us for Ladies', Misses' and Childron'o Underwear, for
Fancy Goods suitable for IToliday Presents, for Silk
Tics and Scarfs, and for Ribbons.
LIOITEY SAVED IS EAHJt7ED
Earn it by buyinc Ladles'. Children's nnd MiRscs' Custom Mado Shoos
at Our House. Extraordinary Bargains in
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, NAPKINS, TOWELS, TOWELING.
BED SPItEADS, IRISH LINENS, CARPET.?. OIL
c LOTUS AND WINDOW SHADES.
F. M. STQGjKFILIITH,
Importer and Wholosalo Doalor in
Wines and !&iquors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.'
Kcops a full stock of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFOUNIA WUvTES.
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
VlHIIII'HlloiiHlily, Itin Urnt Nlisdllll.'ll
work ol thf) liiml in lli- WorloV'
NOTICKH OK HIK 1'KKri.S,
Tlin ovt-r lncre;ifclnK circulation ol UU
vxcvllent monthly prnvcH Its continued
adu)itloii to iioimlur dcbirc'K nnd iicchIn, In
deed, when wo think Into liow tunny limne
it iiunctratt's ovciy moiitli, wo inunt foil,
hitler It uh onu ofllm iHuutori uh well n
eiitui tiilncru of tint pulillc inliid, lor Km viist
puiiiilarity Iiuh Jiot-n won by no ft.pcal to
ulupld rcjuillct'H or di'iiravudtuUi'H, lion,
Tlio clintactcr wlilcli IIiIh Mnuuium iioh.
, II . . u. I , ... ....
uiiu luuiai y uuiiuiu lonv iinf ki'jh pace Willi,
If It liui not led thu tlmuH, hlioidil cittitfo Its
coiiductoiH to I t'tid It wllu lukillluMo com.
placency. It Mao cntltlcN llicin to iiyii'iit
claim uiKin tlin jiulillc Kiulllildit. Tlio
Mu'axlrii! ht dunu cood and not evil alt
tlio daynol Uh lift). lliooklyu Kagtu.
rott(,'o lien to hidikctlijiTK lii the United
llurpcr'n MaKazInn, ono year ...?il 00
81 (HI IlicludfH tirupaymciit of II, H. poet
&ZO liy thu publiklKtiH.
HubiicriplioiM to HarpciN Jlii(iirlnf,
Weekly, or llaar, to nun addrcnH for out!
your, el 0 CO; or two of llarpi-r'n porlodl.
caiM, to onu utlilnnw lor ono yuar, 7 00:
An i-xtra copy ol cither tlio Mhk.i:Ihp,
Weekly or llazur will bo mppllud t'ratln fur
ovi-ry club of llvo illicrlberH ut if I (jd vnvU,
In ono rtiiillt iiicei or nix copied fur Jo ()'),
without uxtra copy; post(,'o free.
Ilaik iiuiiilieiH can bo Mliipllcd ut ny
llllll!. ' '
A iouiilcto .ot n llarpt'i'H JtaKazlim,
now coinprjlni,"W Milium;, in neat cloth
blndliiK', will hu Honl liy exiuoHn, frctL-lit ut
thu uxpemo of purclmtur, for '2 2S per
volume. Slnutn voIiiiiich, by mall, iopld,
f .'I (X). Cloth casen, fur binilltiK, fH ccntu,
by mall, pompald.
K3rNwipupitm urn not to copy UiU d
veillkcinunt wltliutit thu oxprnaa ordtri ot
Harper A llrolher.
Addrem UAItrKlt & HllOTUKHH, N. Y
In tho next Thirty Days.
LESS THAN EVER BEFORE
I'll VNK I A VS.
yILMAM It. SMITH, M. D.
ItKSIDli.NX'lIi No -ii 'llilrli-cntli trt, bu
twctii WiKliiiit'toii laciiiieuhd Wiibnit ulritt.
OITlClii.Vurlh Hide of Wuhtli Mint le.
tnei-n Coii.mcrrlal and Vu'ililiu:tonaiiitie.
Q W. DONNIIfO, M. D.
Corner Nlnlli nnd faliiii
OKt'ICi:.' CuriHT Sixth tut and Ohio lre.
OKf'K.i: IIOIJUS ! rrinolla.m. l.'ni.,anil
loin '.' lo 8 i in
Dealer m Fresh Meats
llutwouii WttHhlmrton md Oonimerclnl
Avunuoa, udjolmm,- Uumiy,
KKKI'S for wle the lt lli f, 1'oik, Mutton
Vial, Ijunh. uiiiuj!!., An , unit B pre
lir.md K "1-rvn IhiiiIUmi In mi luunlnMii nmiiin'r
Tlio HJirliout Market 1'rlco Tntd for
L. L. & W,N. MILLfi, Exporters
IIS rriiiililin Htiicl, 4'IIM'KJO.
S'Great Medical Book
umlSi'CH'lit fur Ijulif mid lii nu, hint trie for
WO HllllllM. AllllllbH,
, vr. .loii.ni JiidiicAi. iNhin via
W'l-lly ht Jotiph, Mo,
mi mmi i aim i
Lcatlintj Jounwl of Southern
rf a v n,
Will Htoadfaxtl y oppoio tho policies of thy
MiptlullcMt party, and rcfuti to bo train,
inellrd .tho dictation of any clique la tliu
It beitcvca that the Republican party hat
fultilled IU minion, and that the Demo
critic party an now organized tuould t'c re
stored to power.
It believes the Kadlcal tyranny that hai
for several years oppretseil the South
rhould he overthrown and thu people ct ibe
Southern States permitted to control their
It believes that railroad corporation
ihould bo prohibited by legislative react
menu from extorting and unjudly diicrim
Itmtlngln their bulnc5.i transaction! with
It recouolcs the equality ot all men he
foro the law.
It advocates free- commerce tariff for
It advocate.' resumption of epeilo pay.
mcnt, anil honent pxyuicnt of tho ptiblio
It advontes economy in tho admlntstra
Hon of public atl'atrf
AS A NEWSPAPER
Tho lliilletln will publlah all the local news
ot Cairo, anil a variety ol Commercial, I'o
lltlc.nl, foreign and (loneral News, nnd en
denvor to please all taitea and Interest all
T II U
Is n thirty-two column paper, furnished to
subscribers lor tlio low prico of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
rostot'o prepaid. It In (ho cheapest paper
in tho Went, and is u pleasing Fireside
Visitor and Family Comjianloii.
Cannot fall to ceo tho vt-'valcd Induce.
uioiiIh olt'ei'cd bv The litillotln In tho way
ol cheap nnd iirotltublo advertlnemcnti;