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ToPeorl Dtinoirat states that tlic
tmntgtr of a railroad runuinjr through
the State of Illinois not long Mncc re
cclred letter shrneil hy John I.. Uev-
ridge, Jr., private secretary to tlie
Uovernor, saying that It wa hoped the
Governor's name, would be Included
nornr thoe ol Ihe recipient of paw
for the vear. Had taste that In the
Governor private secretary, and voro
lu the Governor.
The irrnnd fury of Chicago have Im
portant Information In regard to Dan
ilnnn. It h alleged that twentj tlion
sand dollars will about cover the amount
he received In all from the Chicago ring.
One of the gravest charges against him
Is that h kept the distillers Intornied of
all the actions of the Washington author
itie In their efforts to ferret out the
movements of the ring. Munn cm boast
of more indictment than any man In
wmv cTiRiu.'rT ITr.coKu.
The record" ot Senator Wct. of I.oui-
Una, whoc name appear-as micof the
National Kepubllcau coiiiiulttce, has re
cently been investigated, lie paid to the
members of the Louisiana legislature
tw enty thousand dollars for their votes in
his favor, the sums and the names being
all down lu black and white. Of this
sura, about two thousand dollar.1, were
paid to Democratic member; about
twenty-six hnudrcd to colored l'epubll
cans, and the balance to while lit publi
cans. The colored vole rated lr.uu one
hundred to live hundred dollar per vote;
the Democrats from lire hundred to ou
thousand, and the llcpuhlicin from live
hundred to llflecu hundred. WvH'a ice
ord'all through, which includes certain
lraudulcntopcratlou In California, proves
him to be uu exceptionally corrupt and
bad man. Yet he Is held in respett by
his party, and has been selected by them
as one of the men to manage the cant
palgn ot 1870.
tjie ot.vvf crio.sr or n iii;r.
The general belief wa that William
McKeo would be acquitted. The coun
try was therefore startled by the an
nouncement that he had been convicted.
Some people rejoiced, but the majority
telt no joy lu the downfall of this gentle
man. He had lived a life of .iiaeitillnc.se ;
had been prominently beore the people
for many years; had walked along a
very circumspect path, anil wis loved by
many and honored by all. In a moment
of weakness ho yielded to the tempter,
if indeed he did yield, and is now a
branded man, a social outcast. Hut did
lie jleld-U he guilty? It may be that
he Is. A jury of his countrymen, after a
lair trial, has said he was one of the
whisky conspirator, who so lately car
ried on at St. J.ouls their high-handed
system of robbery and perjury. This
verdict was Induced by the testimony ol
very bad men by the evidence of men
bo admitted their own guilt who,
without blushing, said: "We are
thieves and perjurers." Such men are
uot worthy of belief, it is true, and the
jury, if it gave to them credence without
having their testimony supported by
better testimony, has done to Mclfee aud
the public a great wrong. We desire the
punishment of the thieves of the whisky
ring, but we believe that convictions ob
tamed by the unsupported testimony ol
whisky thieves turned informer- are
greatly to be deprecated.
Why Alderman ftuj Yrtie to prevent
the city attorney trotn appearing in the
case ol the Cairo and St. Louis railroad
company against the city, In proceedings
lor the condemnation ol a right of way
over and across streets of the city, we do
not unucretautl. Uoes lie wish to pre-
mlt the company to take whatever it
wishes to have? to run down or up or
across any street of the city ? Would It
not be well to have some understanding
with the company ? What does it want,
and why docs It want what it docs want?
If the company wishes to tie the levee of
the city, will the company engage to pro
tect the levee from ilcstructlou by the
river? and, If it will agree to do this", who
will agree to m-c that the company docs
not shamefully refuse, when occasion
demands, to comply wllh the require
ment of this agreement ? The company
entered into a olemn agreement with the
Trustees to protect the MUMsWppI leeo
from destruction, in consideration or cer
tain valuable donations, and then
not only refused to stand by the agree
ment, but with aliHiuclots fal-chood lie
idol that sueh a contract had ever ken
made. Tim men who by their oaths dtny
this contract, would not be more Willful
to any contract thy might make with
the city ; ami, aincc lln-y now mauaje the
Cairo and St. LouU railroad company.
It would l well If the city bad the goy
wnse to not accept the company's prom
h ,for ?-Mi.k. To to the extent r
A dcrman Sahj,-6 ,CMItwl in ,,ca
with audi men as Mr heart .ml Mr.
fanda.ls to mmllesu Uiodtiou to Inn
with confidence upon abielm iecd.
"MRU. M. J. A." WAKifch,
The attention of "Mr-. K. ,1. s." u
called to an outragcou-. laet. Kditor. In
commenting upon the "Woman' Dcpait
went ot the International Kxulhltlou,"
are In tins habit of savincr. when tlmv
havc occasion to refer to thu woman who
premues ovtr that department: "Mr.
Aubrey H. Smith, ehalrm or the Wo.
men's Oeuleunlal Kxeeutivo Committee
ot the National KxhlWtlou, has," etc.
Sow "Mrs.S.J. s." knows that Mrs.
Smith Is not a cuilr.wn, but U a chair
woman. In the dark ages, when women
were more slaves than they arc now, w,vu
only a few could enjoy pull-backs and keep
tMf husbands In hot water, men only
wart MnalttAd to preside over uieoiln
and committees, and In this way, thu pre-
luing otnr or n assembly or a com
inlttee enme to be called "the chair
man ;" but we iu'Wl that the continued
use of this term l nn Insult to the high-
headed women of lo-day the women
who run clubs and committee nnd their
hubands and things generally. There
fore Sirs. Smith should be called the
chalr-icowfiH, and the memberesscs of her
committee should be called committee
women and not committee-men. Mrs.
Smtthffe n lady who, as a inemberess of
this Centennial Committee, Is doing
much lor women doing a great amount
of labor In the eaue of the rights of the
rlghters of lemale wrongs. She, at llrst.
thought of organizing a female Centen
nial exhibition from which hatelul men
could be excluded ; but at the solicita
tion of younger glrl, who have not re
covered from their horrible habit ol ad
miring men, she abandoned the Idea and
concluded to mix with ttie pantalooned
patriots lu celebration ol the revolution
of which Martha WaOduglou should
have been the heroine. Wo know this
weakness on the part of Mrs. Smith will
dNgust "Mrs. S..I. S." It cannot be
helped. .Ml women cannot be strong.
But wo started out with the purpo.se of
calling "Mr-". S''" attention to tins
"chairman" outrage, and we do hojo
she will employ her , indignant pen in
calling the attention ot the world to this
darkagehm this relic ol the time wlien
women were not the lurtlee of nil they
beheld and men had their own way more
than they have to Hit d.iv of Sunu
Anthony and Mother .Stanton.
si.i orriir. .vvui. orsi'itiMi-
njiuo week- sijo, while on oilr way to
Washington City, we wore miking with
certain gentlemen on the ears about the
new congre. and the prospects ami
abllitfe of new ini'inher.. We referred
to the lllbnl delegation; we spoke of
our own lepresenlaliie, who would be
sure to make an cllleleut aud intluMrlon
ineiuber; of .Morrison, not then ap
pointed "leader." who would eerlrilul.v
eert a potent if ipiict inlluenee
on the Jluiic: and then we spoke
of "a man ol the'iiauie tit Springer."'
representative from I he Sangamon dU
trlrt, who, we prophesied, would make
his mark lu congress, a maik that would
always be on the right side ofevery ques
tion and that would In- In o.id, deep and
Indelible. The gentlemen we wero talk
ing to had never heard of the man ol the
name of Sptlugcr. At the next station,
the nowboy came Into the r.ir with the
cry, "Here your -Now 1 ork iinnM."
Wc unfolded the sheet aud were con
fronted, at the head of the Washing
ton dispatches, by the w'ords. "Springer of
Illinois" in large capital. Springer had
introduced Ills au'.i-thlrd term resolution,
unl It hud been triumphantly carried. To
Springer tho country owed the Hist nth-
tantlal aud ellecllve move against Ciciar-
Ism. We wero uratltled, but not sur
prised, Springer had begun already to
tullll our predictions concerning him.
And he has continued, from (fie
first, to not disippohit us In our
estimate of hfui. Take him lor all
lu all, lie Is a model member.
Visitors to Washington Hud him genial
as a May iiiorulug. JIo neglects none of
the amenities of friend-hlp nor the re
quirements of hospitality, lie is at the
service ol his friends with a cheerful
alacrity which carries the eonvietion to
their minds that he has nothing in the
world to do but to devote himself to
their service, and that lu permitting him
to do' so they arc lonterrlng on, lilm an
obligation he can never repay. Iuy as
a bee, he shirks none ol the duties of u
faithful representative of the Interests of
the people. He Is indefatigable,
and has taken Davy Crockett's motto for
his own. Being sure that he was rljlit,
he has gone ahead with a rapidity which
hxs not astonished his Irlends, but has as
tounded the enemy. He has introduced
into congress the most Important meas
ures of the session, in which there is no
bur.combe, but sound sense anil wl-e
statesmanship, nnd which have every one
been suggested by the need
of the hour. HI antl-third-terin
resolution, Ids amendment to
prohibit special legislation and Ids bill to
prevent Americans from holding slaves in
foreign countries, have each struck the
public as being the right thiugal the light
time, and have Impressed us wllh the
lirm belief that Springer Is one of the
'coming men" of Illinois
IISJ IIA.I)"OT T.IHKV
The .SVi extends to us its bund, and in
atnoti.upcici!!ousiiiaiincr,u!.ksu.s to no
ccpl It beeau-e wehaveeonietothe S-m ,
way or thinking about the Cairo and St.
Louis railroad. Weicfiifcto accept the
.Y" 's hand, and recent, with nunc In.
dlguatlon, thu Iwast that it lm on this
quiftiou ken wilh the .eople. It hat.
not l.'-en. When the mad wa
king constiuetcd, that paper. In
a weak and driveling manner,
lit tew Impediments In the way talked,
talked, talked, weakly and hupotently,
akiut "thu lam's horn route," IN little
liquid bill, the Miburiptinn of the clly
ami (ajuiily.aud well, a uuinkrul'.inail
nibli.ctf, and would occasionally exclaim:
" Will the ti u.i:i ix answer this?" The
sagacious the men who knew what war
pa.in; behind the scene -knew that Ihe
little paper was ui-cly prompted, hut It
spoiled thii Miggcftlons made to it bv the
stupid manlier in which H placed them
before thy public. Without ability to
Mably mean, It 1-. mean with the ability
iLtuphiliy. It is venomous enough to
hiss like a miake, and ir it could .tilke
without ihnxer It would do o. It has
not ken with the people on Ihe Narrow
jjauguquoetloii. Lurybody knows this,
t docs not know what it is doing now.
It Is going as it Is told to go.
I'rom the fin.1 Hc labored to ,ccuro to
Cairo this load. Our friendship lor It
was at our own co,t, )llr mollt.y Mu,A
given to make the entcrpilse nuccosslul.
Wo worked for the road because wo he
Heved It would be a benefit to Caho.
When It had been completed we endeav
ored to have It run lu the interest ol this
J-1')'' In this we were unsuccessful,
the maiuicers ol it, with a coohif.u that
a charming, leplled to all such itig
gestlons with t "it won't pay." They
ran the passenger trains ;n that
no one could conn.' to Cairo and
do business without being put
to unneoesary expense'. ' Tliey put
no station homn In the county, had no
agents to attend to Ihelr business, and
complained because the people did not
patronize them, They gobbled the road
before they had completed It. nnd with a
surplus on each month's thulue- they
neither paid their creditors nor t'avo to
Calronnd Alexander county, that had he
friended them when lliey needed
friend''. laellitles for doing Ihe
buslnes of the country. And
more than till-: alter ontoriuir Into a sol
emu contract to protect our Mississippi
levee from destruction, they.'pcrinitted it
to be wnhed away nnd with shameful el
frontry denied that they had any knowl
edge of sueh a contract. Then, with
great impudence, they Mid to the city:
"You must build a levee now, nnd pro
tect It from destruction by the water- ol
the river. When you have done this, we
want to get on tho top orlnsldeof It with
our track ; because, If we do not, we will
be compelled to run to tho Old Tort on
the onUIde, and that will necessitate the
building by us of a new embankment
outside ol your levee and put us to the
expense of protecllutr it. TliU we cannot
do, We have no money to throw away
In that manner. II we trot upon or inside
your levee, you will have to do that, anil
we prefer tint you should."
ilh sueh a company we could not act
for a moment, and we did not hesitate to
ay 'o. We denounced the huolenee of
the gentlemen who compote it, and woie
happy in the approbation of our people:
but now eouie.s the Sun oll'ciing It hand
and congratulations, a f.icl that compels
it- to doubt thai we are tight, aud lo ask
our.ell' whether we have really been
guilty of any ineauiic' hi having ob
tained this driveliii!; paper' commenda
i. hi roKi.vi, .wrilt.
Senator I'orsey of ArkiiiisLsha-goiie
Into bankruptcy. UN liabilities lire rate I
The spring meeting of thu I.ouKiaiu
Jockey Club will commence on the 15th
of April and continue on Ihe IMIi.lW''.
Jllth, SIM and '.'ill.
Itlalliruied tlial the colored mem
ber;! of emigres are Inclined to hi con
servative on all question3, and h iur an-
. .. I .1 I.. .....A .....
noiiuceu men rciomes- i ,.Mu n (
liMqulu Miller's novel, ou lo bo
published, 1 entitled "The I'iuk
Countess." It will toon be followed
by "The Illue Duchess" aud "The Lav
L'x-Arehttcct Mullet, who -pent two
millions of dollars during his last year
ofolllceand departed for Kuropo .sus
piciously soon after, will" have ids ac
counts looked Into by a government
root-travel hi New Vork city has
been abandoned. The. beggars are ho
numerous that charitable people llud it
cheaper to ride than walk and the close
listed patronize the street car. to avoid
Two women, one an American and
the other a German, named repeellully
Mrs. Marshall and M!s Von lllllern. are
at work on a HOO-mlle walking mutch In
Chicago, for a purc or $1,000. The nll'alr
is attracting much interest, and promise
to be a very cloe contest.
The representatives ol the "manly
art" in and about the eastern cities, are
working matters up tor a lively time.
Tom Allen" wants Jim Maeo to come
over Irom Kngland and let him whip
him. George. Itooke wants to whip some
one, ho don't care much who so lie can
make some money out of the operation.
Steve Taylor, a noted bruiser or Jersey
City, oilers to light any man In America,
except Tom Allen for $1,000, and It Is
likely his wbh will be gratified, us
Johnny Dwycr, Joe Coburn and Rooke
arc all thinking of Irving him a
.V IVm Wiii'iU In IVelile nml
lly I!. V. I'iercc. M. I),. of the World's
Dispensary, ISuir.do. N. Y Author of
"I lie I'eople'.s Common Sense Medical
Knowing that you are subject to a
great amount of Millcriug, that dellcacv
on your part ha- a strong tendency to
prolong ft, and the longer It I neglected
ttui nunc you Inn e to endure and the
more illllli'iilt ol euro your ease becomes,
, as a phy-lciau, who am daily eon-ullcd
by cores, of your sex, de-he to my to
you. that I am constantly meeting with
lho.e who have been treated
lor their ailments for mouths with
out king kuelltcd lu the let, until
thej b:ive become pcrfectlv discouraged
and hate almost made up their mind
never lo lake smother do-c of medicine,
or be tortuied by any further treatment.
I hej had rattier die aud have their ul
l'eilng ended than to Ine and stiller a
they have. They ay tliev aie worn
out by mlleiing, and aie only made
w orse by treatment. Ui any thing more
discouraging, we certainly isuiuot eon
eeivc. :iud were there no more imeoes-ful
mode ol treating Mich difficulties, than
that, tlnj principles of which teach the
M duclngand depleting ot thu vital forces
ot iliesjticm, when the Indications (He
ale a tiiatnient directly the ieei-o ol
he one adopted lor tln in.tliolr ca-c would
be deplorable Imhvd, lint, lady ulleici,
there I a better and far mine sureefiil
man orticnliuciit lor yon s one tunic m
y with Ik'law.sandicquheincuu
of your vMcni. A harsh, Irritating
eau-tic treatment and Mnmg medicines
will never euie you. If you would m-e
latlonal nieius, sueh a coniiu(m.-i:nsu
Hmuld dictate to rsciy Intelligent lady,
kc such medicines a5 embody thu verv
beat Imlgorathig tonics aud nervine,
v !TTk! 14 1,11 s.i4.il "lerence to
join del eato KyMcm. Such a happv
couibluallon ,-, in lly ,..
to rcserip Ion, which has received the
highest prai.o Itmu thousand, ol vour
ex. l ho...u languid, tiresome cnatloim.
cau.-lng you to feel searcdy able to be on
your feet or .veend u lllgbi ot Mairs ; iha
contlnua ihulu that lnMpplngrroiu your
Vftciu all your loimcr elastleltv. ,,
driving thu bloom iron, your elieekl,
hit continual strain upon your vita
orces that renders you Irritable and Iret
iui,inay nil bn overcome and sub.
lined by u pcr'everlng use or that
marvelous remedy. Irregularities iUid
ob-ructlons to the proper wnrkhi" of
your system are relieved by this inlldnnd
hale means, while periodical pains, tho
exutence of which Is a suro Indication of
serious dl-ease that -hould not be m..
glected, lendlly ticM to It. nnd If Ho u e
be kept up for a n ;onable length o
time, the special cam of tbeju pains l.i
permanently renamed, rurther light
on thee subiccts inn)' k obtained from
"Tho I'coplo'a Coniinou Sense Medical
Adviser," In which ' hnve devoie.d n
large spaeo to Ihe ionlderntlon of nil
lormsol discuses peculiar to vour sex.
Tills work will lie in't-pald to" any nil
dres ou,receIpt of Si Sit. My favorite pre
scrlptlon 1 sold bv iHugglstK.
l.Vo. 1 i.niiu1r.v.
It is noWTonccdoil'liaf JIH. t'olemim
the laundress, N'n. 1J Fourth street, bo
tween Washington n:el Commercial ave
nues, has one of the l st eondurtcd laun
dry establishments lu Ihe 'dty, and land
lords of hotel's nnd k.irding hon.es will
Ibid It to their adviii.tage to call upon
her. Her prices are ns follows: Motel
and boarding-house washing 7.'i cents
per dozen. For pice work pricen are t
follows: Single shirt and collar, 10c; per
do.cn, SOe: socks, ,V; two collars, fie;
two lmndkerehlefs,.".! ; vests, 20c; mid
all gentlemen's we.i". Oc. per do.cn.
Ladies plain calico ilrees, i!fie; calico
dresses with extra trli''inlngs,r.0e: white
drescs, $1 I'm ; ladles" uuderware, tlno
and coarse, SI 0d 'f dozen. 1-2'Mf.
I no Kiiiisi" 'OKI S'oliM-nilo,
Tho Atehl-on.Topeka aud Santa Fe
railroad from li.uias city and Alehi-on
on the Mls'oii'i river, via Tupckn, the
capltol ol Kai -'s. and the beautltul Ar-kau-as
valle) tho I'ocky Mountains.
The shortest ' "to to 1'ueklo the Uraud
Canon, (vI"rado Spriii";-. .Manllou,
Pikes Spea,. and all places v( note lu the
mountain region. The favorite loute
lo Denver .nid all point.- lu Northern
Colorado. The be t loule lo Southern
Colorado. V'"W Mexico and An.oin. The
only dln-et rout" to the l'aniou San
Juan mines The track and equipment
s nnciualid. trains run through Irom
the-MI-somi river lo Ihe Kooky Moun-laiu-,
makin; connections lu L'ulon de-
and abiding delay- nnd trans.
Tor lull dccriptle cheulars
, tlui" ubhis, etc., addre-s.
T. J. A.NIIKUMIX,
(Jeiri I'.is-. Agent, Topcl.a. Ivan.
All S'lli'iilllc IH-ciisr (Mii'i'il
uv ni:, nn.u.
He I located lu Caho, Illinois, and is
llll calling on you to bo healed. Why
will you die ol old chronic diseases, when
you can be cured Willi so little cost or
money. Do not give it up yet, mr there
is still a halm in (.Heard. Cairo is the
place to come to lo cured of all your
aches aud pain-'.
I am now prepared at my ollicc to give
medicated baths, and ierson s wishing to
receive such, will call at my office on
ICIghth street. No. '.'2, from the hours ol
2 p.m. till U p.m. AKo plane baths, hot
baths;, warm bath, cold baths, or vapor
bath'. Also persons having the con
sumption or weal: lungs, and wishing to
receive medicines by Inhalation, can re
ceive the treatment at my olllco, this be
ing the only truo way of getting medi
cine direct to the lungs. Also I treat dis
eases of the eyes or years standing, and
tlie blind lias been made to see. by my
treatment. All diseases of the skin I
cure. I'itula cured by mo without tho
usi'ol the knife. If yon have a cancer
come and be cured. All private ilieae,
lu the shortest time, cured by me. In
short, for all chronic tH'cavs of the hu
man system, go to Dr. Ilultz ir you wish
to be cured. I compound and prepare all
my medicines at my olllco. It is said
that practice makes perfect, I have been
thirty years a practicing physician.
All letters and communication? shall
bo confidential and promptly attended to
by me. Direct, Dn. IIclt,
No. 22 Eighth strett, Cairo, Illinois,
Notice Is lutcby ojven that ihotix books
for tlie year 1$7", have been pluced In my
hands and thai I will be at tin. following
places lu Alexuder county, on tie day be
low set forth for tlie piirpo orrr.llcctitljf
said taxes, viz :
In Clear Creek prc.inet, at the store of
IJ. Culcy & Co,, Clear frail; Lauding,
February 'JlUh, 187ii.
In Thebes precinct, at ihe store of c. ..
Marchlldon, Thebes March 1st, h;u.
In Santa l'e precinct, at the More or W.
Ireland, Santa l'c, March 21, 1ST0.
In Ooo'.c Maud pro.lnct, at the More of
O. fifcenley, Goo-e ManU, M uvli ;id, ttJ'li.
In Dog Tooth i-uvinet, at tho house of
N". ilunackcr, lj,, March 4t)i, 1ST').
In llaIowood precinct, at the office of
Sam llrllcy Lleo, March 7th, l.STfi.
In Unity precinct, at tho spjr,. 0f W. M.
Atherton, I'nlly, March Mil, 1-"fi.
In-'outh i aim, nt tho olllco .if .Ilion (,.
Harmon, Cairo, March HJIh, s;.
In Vorth Cairo precinct, m n. ,oun
Inn-, . Ca'ro, March tllh, ISM.
Tin collector heiehyc.i'U the ,.,-clal at
Icnlluu ot tax payers to Sn tinn la;, of the
chapter upon levenue reled -titnte,
In which he la icqulrod to nnke illstrulut
upon the pfi'niMt property of till tux n.
irs In default lor peisoual luxe, Dllcr
Mureh IDlh, 'l lus jirov'slon ol law will be
vigorously enfor. -d. 'lln-e interested wll
luviviuru u-iir ine tact in nun t mid ,avc
Ihlng our lat jmrs tux leudpte and do
fordis riptlou of
Dl'lriei fiill ci ir.
Cairo, III., IVm
!) rt, l'sTli
I'Ai.M yn oii.n.
"w .ou lo)
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Papor, Window Qlnno, Win
dow IJhadcs, &o.
Alay on luniil, IL.- u-lcbratul illiiiiilimtlnK
Co rnnr Klorunth Htroot ami
m R i SMOKERS!
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nntt OUtan Cii m!rt'.t?.c,.yif'.,,'!,,,V,r,.nl 1,l"'lnit ,tho. w.ftr olJ went iintoUOO
i ill.r . r M ','5 lhu "'c "f HHelitiM l-n . niv rinlilf it to lortkc Ih.) n- .vlrali-l
i; r,, inUi Vim. Vil l"','i'H I'-'" -nt tltitit nor Mamiici-uinn enn taoiluocn t'lcur of
r il . '.V,. . 1 K'.v 1 n'!'lrr aKtnU m "I'l'uuili to -ii. I , -niokcr Ilh n .nrerlor In rent
eturint ' .tills) wc plafl' liefoieonr n.ilrini'. a
MR&NT20 0EKVIN& Wl. HAVAKA FILLED tSSAP. FOR FiVS CEK
'I lie liuntlfiotuirraif riiirniHiiu- llm it iliui tl... i n. ..r , i .... ,
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Iiw'n Hip rule, liy mIHiil' fine el Imii IIih nam..
mi n. n i .Tll,e,Vi . 'I,',""1 "f UT'T
Civs thoaa a Trial
ARGLAY BROS., '
Sole Agents, Cairo, Ills.
F. M. STOGSFLSiTH,
Importer and Wholosalo Dealer in
JT" OiO-ILZJ XGMST .jXTJO domestic
Win.3 and .Liquors?
62 OHIO LEVEE - - CAIRO, ILL.
Kcopfl n full stuck of
Monongahela.Ryo and Kobinson Couuty
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN
KELLV ISLAND AND ('AL1F0IINIA WINES.
LY $125 A YEAR.
Tho Pcojdo's Remedy.
Tho Universal Pain Ext nctor.
Ak for Ponfl'n Er.trnrt.
Tako no other.
"llttr . r I will nt."ik(,f rxrWtmt llili.y,.'
(iijiirie) lo Man or lifciiH,
j full, llnilfCH
strnliiM, biralii), Coiiln- I
'rnt'tiiroM, nit, Luctin-
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S.,re Tlii.ilil nrUuliiir.
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I'ninfiil nr too l'runic
ill 1 1. I. (ivurian i)U
iif iitel Tuni'irH
RFM FI") V Snivel mid ltr:i:iiriiry.
lion nt litunli, or
Vnrle.iMe Velii. V.w
Inwl '.r liiMiur.c.l Veins
lllcei-n, olil Mini, Inter
1 nul l;kn:illi)in.
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rTTm inorf, Hot swi-lllruri..
INTERNAL ri.N mut imni.ni., ciiui-
i or Hnro I ''!
USE. ,. . tile (;hIN.
felon or Whitlow, Kioit-
iil l.liiil).- or I'uiH.
.t.is.iilfo lilies. Iiisi.cl
St Intf. , Ciu p ml I Imt'lt.
I'D.vir.s i:TiiA4rr i lnri-muiiyiiii riim-
CliiHS l)riiKi;lsli ,iiii't riKoiiiinc.iiUilliy
ill l)rwn,'it". I'hytlrlaiia, nnil ecrj
h.Mly who lnis I'li'i' until It.
l-iiinplilt't conUlntiiK llhtory unj LVrn mail,
nl In e mi iipiiUcillon, iruol luiuvliil your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
ici V.irli anil L.tiiiltiii.
L& Iffim-iJUt rrlkl i
mmmtr BURNS, BOILS, OORMD,
UNIONS, CUTU. EHUIS tin, OMiL-
LAINH, UbGEHU, BOREU. lr
DraiMlJll bT lu SaOtuUiLex. fratita,
"fEraE.'-a t co., l.ictiritiuut., ctt
EQTABLiaUED IN 18S8.
WMiB, STEWAIIT &DRO.,
HIOM TAMI'ICO COAT SKINX,
FOB FINEST QUALITY OF 8UOI3S,
T.T. nitOW.S'A; CO., Cliiclnnctl, O., Airt'tiU
Ihe i.uil.iV : v in, ..r he nil i lt ; (,,'.
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l-.l ll.r i.iMiat n-lVrti.l..Kv ot ll.cns,ltt tn. -..,,
and bo Convinced.
The Gamble Wagon j
M A N I A CT L' tl K 1 1 ItV
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST VfilOU MA!(
UFACTUHKD xALiuPACTony, onio levee
Near Tlurth-Fourth Ktroot
SIXTH STREET, Botwcon OHIO '
LEVEE AND COMriEItCIAIi
MuntifacturOBhls own llorno ahoB ami
ciui Anauro OooU Vorlt.
hi.'ai. i:-iTATt: Ain;.T.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
J0NVKYA1ICKBB, N0TARIKS rUCLIC
Liml Aneuto of tho Illinois Central nnd
BurlliiKton ontl Uulncy It, !.
riortli Cor. Slrtli anil Ohio Lovno,
PARKER & AXLEY,
-A. VI ftl OCA TCI
HoilS0& Real Estate
I WKpwI.il nlltnlloii kIm'H to rolhrtlon in'
I lieim mill f-iilMif Ileal i:malt',t2
j STORE ROOM - Washington
I Avonuo, botwot n Ninth nnd Tenth
I Strootn, Ciiiro, Illinois,
J57Great Modioal Book
unit SociiHIorLailiea nml UcuH, Sent Ave for
t AO mniiiiij. Ail'limii.
ST. .lOJiF.fll MLPICAI.rS'STITU.Tf:
lO.U-aiy, Ht, .loncph Mo,
j -v-j r -ii f it
iLcadiug Journal of Soutbcni
lllrtC"llll,1tl itllpOrO tllC polldlM Ot til
' Ucriiilitlrau lorty, nml refu.! lo bo tram
mcllcit (lie dilution ol any clique In the
: D.'ITDiTalle orKinlittlnn.
It tieilcvcs thai tlie ltoiniblki.ii puty hut
tulfillcil 111 mllon. aud that the i)tluo
1 cr.itlc party now nri,'ul7nt tioiiti tere-
j torcd to power.
It lirh.!ve tlio Itaillcal tyranny that bu
' fer "cvrr.il ypatu oppweil the youth
nhouM bo oveitlitown nn.t the people ri in
; PotitliiTn 8tti' onnltf( lo control thtll
1 own iiiralr.
It t)illof that rallnnu corporation
dhoulil In- jinihttillpit hy Icl-KmItp eckrti
mint from extortmc and unju-tly diicnm
Initlngln their lti1nr trnnsotlons nlth
It rcco.jnUo tlic rqiultly ol nil men h
fnre the v
It aih'ocitct Irce conit.-i'tfe
It mlvocatc- rrsmnptlon of upecu- pay
input, atnl lmnrtt pympnt of tho puOUe
It alrocaiH ic.oiioinj to th mlmlnUlu
linn ol pulillc stl.ilrr
, AS A NEWSPAPER
i The Iliilletlii will pu MI ill iill the loe.ii news
I ot Culro. ami a variety ol Commercial, i'o-
1 lltlcal, Korclirn iinO (Joneral Savt, antler.-
i ilravor to plo;pp ull tate anil Interest ill,
- T II K-
Z j Is. ii thlrty-uvo column pnper, tmnisheii to
stilisi;rllici tor llio low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
I'oilaye prupalu". It Mho cueapctt p-ipir
in the Weft, anil It n pleating Klrcnirio
Vhltor ami Family Compftnlon,
: Cuunot fail to ivu tho l" "Waled luJuic
I uicuisouvrou uy i no iiuucttn lu tlic way
ol clump nml nrofltnliln nilvprtlapnien'r.
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