sUMUas Matter oa Every Fag.
tOMttM. OIULT, Xditor.
AAJAaPraM l(NMkr Ness I nil of
JtHf juit f ,Caaty Caaealsatanrr,
Tt'KSDAT MOHNIXO, 0 O'CLOCK, 1
January 4, 1870.
The board met pursuant to mllouru
meat, l'rc sent Commissioner Thomns
Wilton, chairman; George W. Summons
and James L. Sander.
It it ordered that the following p'''
be appointed road supervisors (of I'm In
lieu T those nppolritnl on the th day ol
this term, viz: ....
Robert Carpudcr. tupur visor. district
SoTI, 'In "place or A. J. Uonlt.v.iW-llneil.
John Itoidon, nunervlior, district No.
3, in ptaen ol John Ncnlon, removed
Salmon llazlewooil, miervlsiir, ills,
trtat No. 14, in placo ot W. A. Daly, mid
Uric Calling, aupcrvtior, district No. 17,
Inflaeaof A.J, LolleM, removed from
Thereupon tlio lH).ml mliournnl utilll
ft o'clock, a.m.. to-morrow.
Wr.nxKfnT Monsi.sn, !' -Vi-locV. )
.Innmiry Sth. IW.
The board met pursuant to adjourn
went. Present same olilcer n on yes
tcrdav. It Ih onlcivd tint the follow in; bill.- l)o
allowed, and orders tln.r-.lnr In: dniwu
upon the eoiintv trc;iury laronlln-rly,
Mr. V. Konfro. for nicdlcini-
lurnUhcd alary lluertoii,H j.u
Willis A Ford, repairing hridge.
John Ilealer, boanling Mary
lluraton, county pauper, in
mil ef bill
Ulll'MaalQwood, iiju of wagon
Thereupon thu board adjonrncd until
I o'clock a.m., in-nioriw.
Tlll'ltlPAY MonStNO. ! n'Wot-k, I
January ml, l7i!. )
The Jioard met pursuant to adi-jiun-ment.
Prc-cut smw olllcvr its on j c
tcnlsT. It I ordered tli.it flu; lb)IJouiu;rl-llla be
allowed, unci orders thcrclor lio, drawn
upon the county treasury accordingly,
John Uodges, cutting out ro.id...$I!ir IK)
Henry O. wagoner, 10 days labor
protecting Sexton 'a creek bridge J." 00
Thereupon the board adjourned to
meet to-morrow moruimr at ! o'clock-.
Friday Moiini.no. 'J o'clock,
The boanl met pursuant to mlioiirn
ment. Present same, ofllcers as on yes
terday. It l ordered lliat the places lor holding
election in Thebes and Lulty precincts be
changed as follows: At Thebes to the
pott office, and at Unity to George IV.
Short's store In Sandusky, tu said pre
duct. Thereupon the board adjourned to
Met to-morrow morning at ! o'clock,
Saturday Mokmni,, D o'clock, I I
January Sth, 1S70. J
The board met iimuant to adjourn
ment, l'rewnt same olllcers as on yea
tardar. Thelwird met and adjourned until
Monday morning, the 10th Inn., for pur
pose of Inspecting roads .
Moxday Monsixo, 0 o'clock, 1
January lOtli, IsTli.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
I'reient same offlccrs as on Saturday.
It U ordered that the WU of K. II. Cun
ningham amounting to $30, for 10 pairs
of blankets tor the county jail be and Is
Thereupon the board adjourned until
W oclork, a.rn., to-morrow.
Tuesday Mohninc 0 o'clock, l
January 11th. 1870.
The board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. 1'resent same otlicer as ou yesterday.
It It ordered that the report of Win.
Dunning, supervisor of road district X o.
10, for ttie year 1S75 be and is hereby a p
It U ordered that the following VU
te allowed and tliut orders therefor
U drawn upon the county treasury uc
Perrv Power, buaev hire on ac
count of roads. 1- 00
.taint L,. Sanders, services on no-
count of roads and bridges.. ....... :t 00
W. Kamtnoni. services on ac
count ot roada and bridges. H 00
I). Hart-aaa. clothing lor ltrU-
J.G. Lynch, county clerk, ex
brccs char-jcn ou bookb und
It U ordered that the bill of K. Smalling
& ilro. amounting to $57 00 for bridges
nd labor and material for sunn- be and
la hereby rejected.
It is ordered that the icnorl of I
Smalllng supervisor ol road district No.
I l fill JO.v, lUi:uici mm uiu mi, in wur
panylng atue, nmountitig to !! 87 hi
and the same are hereby rejected.
It Is ordered that the report ol Jacob
O. I.Vuch. countv clerk, on fee, earned
and collected to Deccmlx r 1, 1870, lc,
ami the tame is ueranv annroved : ami it
Is further ordered that warrants bu
drawn upon the counly treasury for
' VJil. V aim $VJ lu full, and pur report
snd bills tiled thcie with In l ivr r said
Tscob U. Lynch.
Itisordeml th.it the bill of the Illi
nois Central Hospital lor imanc, for
Woihlng furnished John WlttK W, and
it hereby rejected.
It U ordered that an order be drawn
upon the county treasury In luor ot
Charles Cunningham, late county trial
urer, tor the sum of 1S1 43, being bil
mice due him trout the general fund hs
per his report approurt Uec. 7, lS7."i.
Theieiioii Uic board adjourned until
o'clock, a.m., lo-morrnw.
. WciiNKDAT MOB.VtNG, ! o't LOCK,
January 12, 1?7. j
The board met pumiatit to adjourn
ment. Present aun otHcrr an 011 yci
trrcUyt It Is ordered thai the c'illrrtor.s' tnnl,
tor the year 186, tiled by the county
clerk, be and are hereby approve.
It Is ordered that the county clerk
keep In' b00 provided for that tii.
pote, accounU with supervisor, nt nil
read districts for all too, and luinN in
In Is ordered that whenever the shf ilfl'
arrests any person for ofTensei committed
in any other county, he will be reciueitrd
tu return said prisoner immediately to
the county In which thu offense has Imm 11
It It ordered that license to keep dram
shop In Unity precinct, Ihj Issued to Win.
Hufen wl.Jehn G. Boles, und In Hazlu
wood precinct, to John A Morris, upon
Hllng bomb m required by law Wn, uie
county clerk, and producing the treasur
er' receipt for $C0.
T are upon tha board udjouna'd mnll
t takiek, a.., te-mo r w.
Tft'rlBv ok,U o'clock 1
January utn. imtu. j
Thr ttMiM'-Mt rmnoMt'to adjourn
stent. Prtwnt same offlwrs as on yet-
It It ordered that the salary of thoclr
cult clerk be flxud at $i00 por nnnura,
with dork hire not to exceed $720 per an
num. The salnrr ot the county clerk bo
fixed nt $1,000 per nnmini. and clerk hire
not to exceed $1,000 per annum and that
the salary of tha sherlll nndex-olllcio col
lector to bo 11 xeJ nt Sl.r-OO per annum,
with two deputies whose fnlaries ohnll
not exceed $2,100 per nnntim, nnd one
clerk whoe salary shall not exceed $S0O
tier annum, nnd that ho be allowed for
expenses a sum not to exceed $400 per
It Is ordered that the bill ol Thtmm)
WIIon for $.1 lor 1 day's services on ac
count of bridges, be allowed.
It Is ordered that n license to keep .1
dram hop In Goose Island be Nsued to
Or.wnnc.s Grccnley.upnn his llllnjt proper
bond nnd otherwise complying w iih thij
reiiiilretncnU of tho law.
It Is ordered that the repot t of Alex
ander II. Irvln, sherifl,on fees earned mid
collected, Im; nnd Is hereby approved.
It Is ordered that the bond of Alexan
der II. Irvln, collector ol the revenue for
the year A. D., 1875, be nnd l hereby
approved and ordered recorded. Sal'd
bond is as follows :
AVottr nil Men bu iidt lVetnt :
Tlict we, Alexander II. Irln, collector,
and A. It. Sallonl, Wlllluin P. llnlllday,
ChrUtlau llaiiny, John Gale, Jacob A.
Goldstelnennd John McNutiy,securities.
all ol the county of Alexander, and
Slate ot llllnoi-, are held and llrmly
bound to the people of the State ol f 1 II
110N In the penal Mm of three hiindreil,
(lilrty-oiio tlioiif jiii', four hiiudral dollar',
for the payment of which well nnd truly
to he made, we bind ourselves, each of
ih, our helr, executorn and. iidiuinllrn-tor.-,
llrmly by lhen piecut-, signed
with our bauds und .-calcd with our mmiI
this the elcvcHth day of January. 1870.
The condition of the foiegoiu bond U
"itch that II the above bond Alexander
II. Irvln hall perform all duties rciuiieil
to be jierforined by I1I111 us eollector ol
taxes lor the year of 17,1, in the county
of Alexander nud statu of Illinois, lu the
tline aud nuititvr pn;sciibvd by law. and
when he shall boJurceedcd In olllce, shall
surrender and deliver over to hN mic
cessor in rflice nil hook, .-in-i s and
moneys nnpei tabling to hi. said olllce,
then tho loiegoiug bond Inbyviildothni
wle to remain In lull lurce.
Alexander II. Irv in, ri.si,l
Alfred ll.SalloiU, iut.
William P. Ilalliday.tswt
( lulstlan llaiiny. Nn.w.l
.10 in (iates. 1 u i.I
Jacob A. Gnldthie, i.u,
John MuXultv. l-i'Ai,
tVituc.'s Jacob ('. l.otn.
.Slate ol' lltimiii, rniiulr of Alcvni'liT
I. Alexander 11. Irvln, county collec
tor, in and lor said county, do solemnly
bwear that I will Mipport the Constitu
tion of the United States, ami tho Consti
tution of the Statu of Illinois and that
I will lailhlhlly discharge the dude.- of
tho ofllce officii county collector for the
year of If?.", acconliug to thu best ol my
HlilUlV. ALK.NA.MIMI II. IRVIN.
Sub-cii'ctl and swoiu to belore me this
tilth day of January A. I). lS7fi.
JAton (!. Lv.mii, Countv Cleik.
Mlfuf Illinois CouatydfAlcairifer ts
I, Jacob G. Lynch, county clerk of Al
exander county,. hereby certify that the
within bond has been duly approved by
the county board of .siid county, and
correctly copied nud entered 011 tho rec
ords of the comity boanl of ahl county,
1 further certify that no county Judge,
chairman of county board, clerk ot cir
cuit court, county clerk, sheriff, deputy
sheriff, or coroner, has signed th" within
bond as securities.
In testimony whereof I hereunto sub
scribe my name, ami atux tne
fvnl of my olllce at Cairo, thJ
Kith day of January, 1S7U.
.i.scoa it. i.v.ncii.
It U ordered that the followingamuunt
be allowed as per diem fees lor attend
ance during this term of court :
1'lios. Wilson, 0 days hervlcc? as
county commissioner. ?'Ji 00
,la. L. Sanders, i) days services as
county commlsiiouer nud
mileage 70 mile ,'!0 .V)
Geo. W. Sammons, 0 days services
as county commissioner and mile
age C2 miles 20 CO
Jacob G. Lynch, II days services as
county clerk - -1 w
It Is ordered that the abatement list ot
Alex. II. Irviu, as county collector for
the year IS74. showing 11 balance ot all
taxes one me county, amounting to
$1,310.25, fthlch is hereby accepted as
settlement In full upon said collector's
paying said balance into the county treas-
Tlir4iinn the board adjourned vnc
J.vcon G. Lynch, County Clerk.
Clmrlt s l.n llUttr. Alias Mitjur I'liil.
ParUlan ld';h life has lately lost one ol
its prominent llgures. Charles Lallltte,
known i:i the sjortlug world under the
nai.iulnnvm nC Mntnr Prlilnll,, lltrnurli
Fie has been tor many years probably flic
tuokt public man of Paris, has never j
played any important part in political at-'
talrs. Nevertheless hW notoriety ex-'
tendc.l far beyond the borders ol i'tanec. j
Wherever i-port has liecomc a fashion
among the wealthy cl.'ies ol nelcty,
Charles Lillllte and hi horei we're
Like the celebrated Premier, t'haiie-.'
Lallltte was a banker and began hU ea- :
cer lust at the time when the old Lallltte 1
was In power. A ehrewd hiisiiic? man,
he considerable liid'cutcd the lortuuo lie .
had Inherited, and taking advantage nt
tne prcstiKu 01 ins name, launched him
self in full carver anionic tint moneyed
bottrgcol' aristocracy, wlileh began lo
lorm itself at the close of Hie relgu ol
C'harlo X, and the adv lit ol the ( iians
(,'harlcb Lallltte, llien a wc.illhy 111 111
of omc thirty odd .vcars, was among the
first to join the latter of'tlice movement.".
Ho began to breed raco horses, stall- (
iiuieu various kiiius 01 races includ iiii ;
tiiesiciple cliase) at oue of his estate.
and later hi-cime one of the foumlers of
tin, Paris .fockey club. Ills tate for
liore niclug mutt have been inborn, for
he was In lb'.'J one of the orgjuUers of
the find late that iter look place in
franco. A haudfoine appearance, r.
trmicly whining manners, and a lariillar
ra)iacity lor ii.iliiing a huvhii.'ss luun
wnuc constantly ntiog 111 Hie whirl of
the lashiotiablc world, nude riuiies ,
tlittc all llio inoie ixtiiular, because al
most everybody living m the same circle
with him cither became ruined or grow
old ordM oil', while he .till tood there
guy. fieb, elegant, and with appirentlv
no end of money in his pocket.
Ihe notoilty of Charles Illltio If,
how ever, not cichnlwly dut to his lead
ership in tin; rportiug and fasloiuihle
Mtrld. JIc also became, widely known
through frequent lawsuits of a more or
e4k. benvtlmial character. In Ifi.vs, fur
Instance he v, tepurated Irom his wife,
thetiibunal coiniielling him to pay tier
S7.U0O a voir and to deposit witli tho court
something like SUijsjO as security for
these payments, bctidi'hJanolherSlOO.fiOO
whldi lie was bound lo settle on Id two
daughters. In French money this out
lay amounted to over a million and a
quarter, and was a very heavy sum for a
man to disburse for the cake or gctthi"
rid ol n wife whom ho disliked just as
much as she ill liked him. Another cele
brated lawsuit or Laflltte's was with
Khalll-IJey. tho Turkish Charge d'Af
fain, about some turf matters; ami
htra again Lallltte hail 11 very
round sum of money to disburse.
Later on rae the divorce stilt of his
eldest daughter from tho banker Erlan
ger. Tlie French Catholic rimreh run
admitting divorce, the question htul to he
brought before the Pope, nnd It wn only
by the oanetlon ol the Supreme Pontlir
that the lady was sej)arated from Kr.an
gcr and man led to SI. Cordlu1 who was
of lata t ears ircneral collector nt Tours.
The marriage of tho kccomI daughter
ended also in n lawsuit with tho Alnnpils
ileGallllet. Iiithls ease, however, the
separation waa not complete. The couple
were not divorced, but separated only
hi rep?ct ol property, and the .Marquise
de GalllTet still hears the name of her
husband, though she has not lived with
him since 1871. Her mansion in the Hue
iiubelial? became the home of her lather,
and It was In her arms that the old
.sportsman died at the age of seventy
two. Tho Indulgent direction which Lallltte
hail for his two daughter was quite pro
verbial hi Paris The scaudalous golp
to which they exposed themselves did
not seem In any way to affect his feel
ings. Tho moro he heard ol the esca
pades of hi daughters the more lie wa
pleased. He called it Its gumminuerU ih
!f. When the first society ol the
empire win nt lt summit, the two
daughters of Lallltte had lnt reached
womanhood, and became quite uotoriou
for the extravagance of tlielr dress and
manners Chatting once with the One
de Morny at the Hols do Ilologue, and
looking at hi two children drltlug by lu
the mo-1 Improbable turn-out, he .aid :
"Ar'n't they cliaitiituir ! I know only
of one woman liMcr than tlirv. and that
Is their mother."
The remark Inning been made Mmrlly
alter ih epar.itlnu from hl.i wife ap
peared to Morny very ihnny.und he never
mls.cd the oeeaslou of repealing it when
eierlhe conver-atiim tell upon old La
llltte. Tlir only otlicial pn.-itioii Lallltte ever
occupied wu.s that of a deputy fur thu
Scinc-Inferlcui e. On the turf his greatest
triumphs wrie tint ot lllgaircau win
nimrtlH' Jockey club prlo and .Surnetlo
the grand pri.u ol I lie Villc de Pari'.
Quite latcle lie pitf:haed the. -md .-mil
lables of Ihe Karon de Xivlere. ami died
like a true spot Umaii. He wai in'tiect
lug his hoi'.-ej at LamoiJ'ije. near Chan
lllfy, when the apoplolle lit from which
It was his late never to neuter, Mi tick
The wealth lie Syave. must U eoiitld
erable. The large eMale known ns lai
sons-l.aflitte isoiieol the moM taluahla
:ubiirbuu proirietor of i'ari, and i lu
u.-i'ii iiuie a mi iiuir.
Tlie leeling at U0M011 against tlie hc
ral ineii who bad caught Wlnslow at lilt
fogcrics duiiugthela.st ear, bill let him
olt on his making them whole, continue
to bo strong, but the explanation 1-piub-ably
hi all cases to lie found in I ho
parentis' sincere reieiitanee of thcrferieal
swindler, ltl protections tlul It was
Ids only oUcnte, and Id- per-ona en
treaties. Thus Asa I'. Potter, president
oftlic Maverick National bank, having
I discovered, early laM ueek. that t iu-
SIOW Had lOI'glil i. r.. 1 uimiu a ii.iiuu
011 a j? 0,000 ""ic, went for him, found
him In tie Iloston Ste olllce. Wednes
day afternoon only a lew hours be
fore he left the city lor good
and said lo him : "l ui
reasons which I will not now di-cus-, 1
want tills note paid." "I will pay that
note," said Mr. Winelow. "before hall
past 10 o'clock to-morrow." "That will
not do," replied Mr. Potter, "I want the
money now." Mr. WJuslow heMtutcd
for a monientand then -aid : "I will pay
it within ten minuter.." As Mr. Potter
kit the .Win olllce it was. live minutes 10
II o'clock, and soon after Mr. Winston
brought tlie money hi, and, a? he handed
It to Mr. Potter and received the note, he
said: "You need not count it lor it came
from tlie Exchange bank." 1'lie
money was counted nnd found cor
rect. Mr. Wlnslow then burst Into
tears and said lie had been sorely
prcs.-ed, but lie thanked God lie was now
outofhlsdilllculties Mr. Potter then
said to him '. "Wlnslow, how much more
ot this kind of paper have you put upon
the market'?" W liislow u.ured Mr. Pot
ter that was the only piece. don t
know why I did such a thing, but I sup-po-ed
It would not be known, for I have
made arrangements with a saving hank
tor a loan, and at last I am out ot all inv
diUlcultles." He then urged Mr. Potter
to preserve sllcucr-, assuring him again
nnd again that it was the only note
of the kind, mid Dial thii was
his first departure from ttie tdratght path
He urged Mr. Potter to write Mr. Po.
laud .1 note requesting secrecy. He asked
Mr. Potter if he thought his Intended
vl'lt to New York was with a view or
getting clear, to which Mr. Potter replied
that he had not thought of it lu that light,
hut he was determined that he .should
' not go to New York that (lav, if the note
w.n not given up. The confession of
lorgery was clear, but the evidence 01
the guilty transaction wa- hi tho posses
sion of Wlnslow, believing it to bo Mr.
Wlnslow'.- ilrst and onlv transaction,
jir. inner i.ein -nenee.
A !' Wuul.lo I'eelile itnil Hellenic
I'.y I!. V. Pierce, M. l ol the WortdV
Ditpen-aiy, llullalo, N. V., Author r
" The People' C'ommou flense Medical
Knowing that you are subject to .1
: gieat aniimiil of ciillcrmg, that delicacy
' on your part ha a strong tendency to
.' prolong it, and the longer It U neglected
: the moie you h ive to endure and the
1 more dllllciilt ol cure your c;i-c becomes.
I, as a I'livsieian. who am dally con-ullid
, by ncoiee of your sex, dcslro to say to
3 011. tlr.it I am ceiistanily iiicttitig with
1 llne who have been treated
I for iiuir alluiejiii for months with
lout liciug hcitetlted ill the lest, until
; thej havit becoine perfectly discouraged
: and hae .'ihnot mailt- up their mind
iiexi r 10 take another dosi of medicine,
1 or be tortured b any lurthcr tix-atmcnt.
' 'I hey had rather die and have their suf-
I'ciliiga 1 ud d than in live and -ulUr as
they "have. They
y :iy they arc worn
. :t 1 it 1 nrti mile iienl,
"nt ov nitieriii
worn-by trcHiinint. fit any thing more
dUeuiiiilvlug, we certainly cannot con
celt i', anil were thin: no more eiicccssful
mode ot treating -n- li dllllculties than
that, the principles of which teach the
1 educing and depleting ol the vital lotccs
of the sycleiii, when the iudb-fitlotis dic
tate a treatment din ctly the reverse 0
tlie nnr adopted lor Ihcm.lhoir case would
be deplorable lndicd. Hut, ladv hullVrers,
there is a better and far motu successful
Liu of treatment lor you: one more in
harmony with the law, and requirements
, ol your !ytti;ui. A li irsli, irritating
ruuMlc treatment and strong medicines,
will never euro you. If you would use
rational means, biir.li as comnioii-rcnsu
should dictate lo every intelligent lady,
, take Mich medicines as embody the very
list luilgoratiiig tonics and nervine,
compounded with special ivlercnce to
jourdilleate ttom. .Such a happy I
oiiioiiiaiioii you win mm 111 my 1 ayur
lie Prescription, which ha rccclted thu
hlghcH pr.dMi li out tlioiuiuid.i ol your
m'.v. Thom languid, thei-oim' seu-atioiis,
causing you to feel scarcely able to bu on
your leet or ascend a liight nt stairs ; that
continual drain thai U sapping from your
Kv.'tein all your loriiu r elasticity, and
driving (lie bloom from your cheeks;
tint continual rtralu upon your vital
forces that renders you Irritable and Iret
lul, may all bo oveicome and sub
ductl by a persevering ii'o of that
marieloiiH icmnly. Irregularlllcs and
oh-ructlotiH lo Ihe proper working ol
yoursjXein are relieved bv this inlldand
sale mr-aiis, whllo ieriodical pains, the
'Xhteuro of which is a suro Indication of
serious dlseaso that sliould not he ne
glected, readily yield to It. anil If Its use
be kept up lor a reasonable length of
tlmo, the succlnl cause of these pains Is
peruinuently removed. Further light
011 these siibJeeU tuny ha obtained from
"The People's Common Senso Medical
Adviser," in whWIi ' ave devoted a
large space to the consideration of nil
lorms ot diseases pxtillnr to your ex.
This work Will he tnHl-pald to nnr ad
dres on receipt of si SO. My favorite pre
scription Is wild by druggists.
BRA I. rST.tT AE.T.
JOHN' a. "RMAN &"cb.
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nvrrnn'O'KT at .."lor"' "r'i htllinc.
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flu lriiKi;lsls,n(l recoruiurmlcUby
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uork of the kind In Ihe tVtirltl."
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snd literary culture tlir.l hut kept pace w ith,
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uluiile rum. '1 tint put kuvefrev. Knclose ulitnip
lor circulars tdf ju evldenrs- ofcureit
Addm, HH. S.A. IttCIIMONIi,
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tenil Asuip ft ij i.ujM.t'.M rtrciilsr, or i,Ti t Tlm
lir. il. J .TAiiti. ;:. Yftit, fir. iaJl;jrts'U, la-i
WTO "oSnta and EvV?i. t?HU. "i't1 "W a, " would wlnh to fcinoko fo
nntt Olirari w"ut uS sSSJfi?JiSbedAhfmS Ouilnctho war void wantuptotlOO
tholrown Why U th?-f M,u?n:in20i2 ,la" "J0" b?khut Clgtm isointo hold
( Ilis- nimiufi ictarcrH l.y llif use i,f .ult uttd Alarliinn y nu- rnil!l in male tlit bIh.t eietimlM
1 lanralu nistur inri -H'trii per tint lit llun olhrr Mrttiiileclnrers ran pro-lnrea Clar f.f
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I inr lor leuls) we p'.uie In Oiieeur pnlruii' h
WAUA8TEQ GENUINE CLEAR HAVANA
tie mauuhieliireis nn.g uiiliijr tin; faet lliat I lie majurily of niolei prefi r l l,uy their Cinm at
1 ' 'sd t l,elii. Iiuie a.l..pti-.l llir i.Iaii t,r lattirhnr Hit- liinlorlty, in.lra.l ofllie liilimrliv ( has
I urn Iheiiile. I.y fellliiL-usliiKlr botrM thr Mmeiutros tlso. irii. liny, or ft lm
liy Hiiehl iiiriiMiiKle tiireiiev iUHrlly, lliey ..iiit enintlr Hi. Ir l.uslm-.... rrduee llielrlosoM anil
i-iiiiiei- and Hit iri!ii-ei. sis-nr iir tne iniiiii.ti n'lvnniu't ol ineni't itrs, in run. I
Civo tbiezn a Trial and bo Convinced.
Sole Agents, Cairo, Ills.
F. M. STOGISPLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Doaler In
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koops a full iltook of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
1X717 EVTVDITT I EmilT
w w ijijn.ii a uuuuij 1 lit
ONLY $L25 A YEAR.
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL.
IN TIIE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close
Uornnr 10th St. And Ootnmnrrlal Av.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
Blake A Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wa Papor, Window Glaus, Win
dow Shades, &c,
Ausy ou luud, the i-cklirntt-l lUumiii ttlti
Corner Eleventh Street nnd "Wailiinif
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Bulldintr, Gov. Twelfth Street
nnd WasmnKton Avenue,
dr(.'umity nnd llallinnd Work a HHlallr.
ESTABLISHED IN 1638.
WM, R. STEWART ft BRO
41 AN LTA CT L' HI I! S Or
riiux tAvrico coat skiss, '
FOR FINEST QUALITY OF 8H0K8, I
T.T. nUOWSA CO., Cincinnati, 0,,Aeent orFlCEi At rtiltUince on SMh Strvtt.t'i-ffM-r-lUW'lro
tTW Waeblmrion attoue anJ Walnut St
FILLED CI5AR m fiVS CEN
Tfl6 U3illlul6 WBiffOD
CAIRO, ZXjZjXISTOIH. ',
MANL'KACrUKKII IIV j
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THZ BEST and CHEAPKflT WiOON KAJf -
xt-tTUPACTony, omo levee
Near Thirth-Fourth Stroot
BLACKSMITH I ' ' a'rn' ' " V"r,0tVo1 s-'onimerclst, i'o
I lllital, Korelun nnd (Joneral Nttwe, nn'l on
AND i ticator to pltsi' ill ti'tos m;i! lutcrwst til.
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures his own Hoise Bboett und
tau Aasuru Qood Work.
STBATTON & BIRD,
AOKNTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Lovee.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
Commission Merchant, ;
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE
OI'KOIAL attention Klven toconslirumentt nn'l
Attorney at E.imt.
Loading Journal of Southern
f' WrA V
Wlltnle.uKi.stl- nH'Cle tbv pollrles Of fo
rteinititlrvi psrty, and refum to be tram-
inrllnl .., tha tllrtatiuoof unj cllfii In tbv
I'. I'C'.ltVf- tUt thf Itcrititilcrin purly nst
rullitkd its mbsloD. and tbst ttie l)tmo
' eristic- party as uuw oresnlznl .faoult re
stored tu power.
J It lellf vr ttie Itadlckl trr&i.uy tli.it tu
! fi-r sevi-ral yuar opjTuknl tbo Poutb
' fho'iM lin overthrown and the people rt in
j Southern Sitste penulttnd to control Uini
! nvtn siTalr.
ll SiaIIi.va th.t raltiAL., ...rnn..llni.
" ' " - '....... iuijiui.uuii
i Ml0U,a b0 l,ro-ll,llt'1 T Kfs'atlrerrar
mints from cxtnrtiut; and UDjutty dsfrnii-'lustluj-ln
tbelr ttuslness trsnctI&E with
'. tlie plllilln.
It rteot;nlet tlie- eqiullty ol all men h
' Ion- tl.e law
It idoists Iree soiuirt-liv tarffl lw
It dtocate rtMUUlfitlun of specu- pay
cicnt, nnd hnr.est p-tyincnt of tbo publte
Il sitvorsto cvMiomy ic the adialnfstoa-
i tton ot public Mtitr
! AS A NEWSPAPER
! The liililetin will pnhlNb hU tbn lor.n r.ewi
j - T II K-
1 l tldrt-two cnliiiun piptr, liirnt'hr-t! lo
I snliferltiprii for tl,n low prlco of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
l'ortufe-e jiiepald. It i' Die rhi'opct pupcr
in tlie West, nnd Is u jte-iln,t rireooe
Visitor und Fimilly Compaiilon,
CAiiuot tall to tee thn v 'ivAlcd Indue f
menu oflertd Uv Tlie Ilullrlln in the vray
ol fhpan anrt ttrnfltstil adrcrrist-inpn'r.
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