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jOlirl. 01I1LT, Xdttor.
Tb Scientific Amerfoin nominates
Kidi, the brldjre-Jctty man, for tlic pros
islmcj. A bridge-bulkier mid a jetty
constructor, Captain Ends Is a great suo
ceii, and might be an excellent presi
dent, but he will not, probably, hare the
opportunity to prove this. The. people
have their eyea turned nwny from Ends,
and are looking at Hendricks and nialne.
Mb. F. M. Pickett Is irohig Into the
newspaper business nt Sliawneetowu.
Oatas jurchaJMr. Joel O.Morgan's
GattlU. Mr. Pickett Is an able newspa
per man and will sake the Oaulu a very
walcorae visitor to its subscribers. In
bU Hew field of labor we wish Mr. rick-
tt itecM. ad ar sum he will tlnd at
hUMwhomaoeouleof Hit beart and
gttat public spirit.
Mr. J cd J.Pesnv has become sole pro.
prlttorol the Johnson County Journal
"In the tuture as In the past," jays
Pcnnr "the Journal will contribute its
tnlte toward the advancement of the In
Urests of th Republican party." John
on coanty is a 0 ranker county mid Mr.
Penny will Hud it a difficult tasV to sue
tain himself; but, being prejudiced
axalnst the tollers of the farm, the editor
of the Journal must, as in duty bound
xhlblt to the world the political sins of
the havoeders. He U Penny wise ami
The food people of Cairo fire not
alarmed, II the outside world U. We
feel secure, and smile at I he feurs of our
Mends. Look at u. There Is not In all
the world another community so much at
ease as ours. We know t o are Mfc ; and
there are but few of us who feci thntjtlirrc
exists a necessity to do anything to nl
taln greater security than we have. We
know the bm ofMlic jwoplc know
that Col. Taylor and Capt. llalllday will
help us If we do not help ourselves. Of
course we gruuiblo at these gentlemen
now and then, but wc don't help our
selves. We look to (lieni with the assur-1
ancc that they will sive u If the wnrot
come to the worst.
The attention of Blaine, of Maine, eliiel
prowler among the graves of dead issue?,
Is called to an Iniorlaiit fact, lie rhould
jive his prayerful attention to Father
Ryan, the pott of the Lost Cause. The
father is unreconstructed. lie lingers
over the event ot the war of the tebtll-
lou and melodiously lament" its dead he-
toes, exalting into sacrcdue the cause
for which they &o bravely fought. On
the occasion of the cclebrutloti of the
birthday of General Robert E. Lcc, at
Mobile, ou the 19th of .f.nitiary, the poet-
priest read a poem cutltlcd : "Lee," all
the stanzas of which arn brlmtul of the
pirlt tl the rebellion. In musical mini-
licrs the poet declare? that a grand-voiced
bard will yet slug
"such iioj at will isrTrr siuri
The Ut (.iuh In tlmi' rail,"
iiidcoiicludts his rhapsfwly in the follow
ing musical tnanucr:
'Farth from it cbbinl' iittrrtunl
WiifJ aironi from Main at fret,
for purer iword ltd braver lund,
Sur brarerMol for brighter land,
Vor briicbter land bail a ratt'r inor Tn'l,
Norrau-r a Ctill like Lrc "
i.i:x.si ran ovcbur.
Tlic Independent convention will meet
at Decatur on the 16th insL, and nominate
candidates for the State offlccs. That this
convention will act with wisdom wc sin
cerely hope, if It couM put aside the
Unsocial vagaries or no rue of Its leaders,
and the broad and dangerous communlem
of others, It might, by nominating a good
ticket, Induce the Democratic party to ac
cept lunorulnee,and In this way secure
success. Hon. Archibald A. Glenn would
be a proper man for the Independents to
uomlnate for governor. They gave him
to the Democratic party as an acceptable
UeuUrtiant-governor, and might now say
to us: "Since this man pleaded us both
so much as acting lieutenant-governor,
let us try him as governor." But, it the
Independents foolishly adopt balloonlsh
financial Ideas and resolve that the whole
world Is wrong and that Messrs. Smith
and Horten are the only men who can
right It. Mr. Glenn cannot accept their
nomination without stultifying himself.
It the Independents will place Glenn be
fore the people as the candidate of those
who wish the government to be purged
of the abuses which now distinguish Its
administration as an honest man and
patriot the Democrats should not hesi
tate to make hlra their candidate aNo ;
but the Democrat cannot accepfeven o
good a wan as Mr. Glenn if ho gives
cnuntenauc to the SmlthUms and Jlor
tr nlsms of the Independent party,
THK UVII.TT MAdllHI.
'llie companion and friend of Mr. .Mc
Kee during the late trial ot that uiilor
tunnte gentleman, was Col. Mtmulre, one
ot this dltlnguUhed Indlcteil. He a
in the court room when the. Mc
Kee jury returned Its verdict, at.d after
the verdict read threw up hl haudu,
iclalmlng: "MyUoa! that' too bad!"
H was discourage!, 'n,,,, venllct con
vinced him that no guilty mm could es
cape; and, therefore, when hi own ca.e
wmi takn up by the court on TueuUy
lut, he withdrew hit plea or nut gnllty
to certain of the couuti In hU indict
ment, and cutcred a pica of guilty. The
government, on its part, wlthdiew the
count In the indlctuicut chargiug Col.
itagulre Uh coustilracy and abandoned
the charge that he was a member of the
whUky ring or t u received any money
collected by member j ot the ring. The
count! to wtucii Moguim plcurtwl guilty
ehirgei liim with neglect of duty as col
lator of Internal revenue. Tut penalty
for tbh oflcntu li impihoutneiit tor not
1M than ill months aud nol Wuvr ihaU
tattrc' years, and a fine of not Wm tliau
$1,000 and not more than V,W). Co).
Uaguire, It appear, wan not corrupt, but
weak. He was utcd by the ring. It
trntdohlui the KpublicKn candldiU' for
mayor ol Si. Louw, and employed hu
htmd, iti many utlier wit) , to fahe out
ol' the llnf It chestnut.
a voici; rnoM tiii: mouth.
The Vleksbnrg HtraU thlnk that It
time the Democratic party In the South
should be making up lit mind what posi
tion It will take hi regard to the presi
dential canvajs, nud briefly give lt
views nt to thu stand it would bu proper
to take on prominent (jue.-lloii'. It
would have Southern Democrat lake
broad grounds on the currency question
have them Insist on the emiall.ttlon of
national paper with coin, and that the gov
ernment ihoul J cease to hoard ,pecle ho
forced to circulate It nud nt the same
time save the country from theevlleflccU
ot contraction by the Issue ot new-
legal tenders as the Interests of trade re
quire them. The UtralJ would take the
plain language of the constitution on nil
religious questions; It would hao the
Democracy oppose bitterly all Interfer-
ance by the general trovcrnincnt with the
local affairs ot the States ; It would have
the Southern Democrats limit their de
mands on the party to one point : the
right to govern their States for the best
lutercsiso! their citizen?, always keeping
strictly within the reconstruction act
and the constitution. The UtmUl would
also bitterly oppose the placing of any
Southern man on the presidential ticket-
would have It understood that the South
em people arc not willing, In the Interest
of any Southern man, to endanger a ticket
which will promise them encouragement
in the building up of their State?, and to
further this policy would have the tenth
ern delegates to the national convention
pa" n resolution binding themselves to
not support any Southern man for either
the tlr.it or fecond place on the ticket.
The HtraUl Is wiser than most South
ern paper, but some ot It portions are
not very clear ; hut. then, why Miotil'l
wc extHJCt a very definite declaration ol
political principle? front the UtralJ when
all the paprs iu the land eem to be "at
I'ostNiiiLi: r.ixDiD tri:s.
Wi did not see It In the Time, but a
number of our exchanger have Informed
in, that "a correspondent of the Chicago
2Yim giro- the following ii-l of possible
candidate for State olllce the coming
Autumn." The joke is on u. We are
not a candidate for any olllce, an, I do not
cn attend to uiirown, but here is a fel
low who rune iij for all I he olliccs in tho
gift of the people of the State, flic ?.ir-
cajffe wretch deferses more piuii-huieut
than wr. lUro to infli''t upon lilin. Her'
1- hU li-1 :
lolin 1,. Hcvcridge :s second tcini?r.
Shelby M. Cullotu his opponent.
Archiluld Glennthe lieutenant gov
uor. General Anderson -tin fSratiger.
WlU.utl C. KlJtfg, do.
General Earn worth late Liberal He
publican. Colonel Hill Morrison, eluinnan ot the
Committee of Way and Means and
brother of Colonel Don. Morrison.
Tom Casey, of Mt. Vernon.
William Brown, ot Jack&ouvilh .
John Adams, of Frceport.
.lolin II. Hawlry. ot I'.ock Ulanl.
K. P. Dcrrkkson, of Chicago.
C. 1J. Farwell, of Chicago.
Judge C. L. lligbec.
lolin H. Oberly, of Cairo.
rOK LIEUTE."AKr GOVl.K.Nor..
a. P. Cumtnlngs, of Fulton county.
! .tames M. Washburn, of William-ion.
II. T. Burke, of Macoupin.
John Landrigan, of Edwards.
A. M. Jones, of Joe Davie-.
Patrick Sanford, of Knox.
C. M. Kerrill, of lUrdiu.
J. C. Sheldon, of Champaign.
John II. Oberly, Cairo.
BKCItKTAKV OF sTlTi:.
Colonel George S. Harlow, tin pn-ent
Incumbent, can doubtleis gel it it he
wants it, und he will want It.
Sam Jack, a Granger of Decatur, would
also like to have It.
John II. Oberly, Cairo.
Ed. Ktttz, ex-State Trea.un r, of St.
James G. EngU?h,of Danville.
II. C. nemburger, supreme court clerk.
John Cunningham, ol Marlon county.
Dr. Hltubardt, of Cook, tin: German
John II. Oberly, Cairo.
ATTORNEY OKXF.r.A L.
Jar. K. Edtall, the prcR-ut ineumlnt.
E. Callahan, of Crawford.
C. It. Steele, of Mattoon.
Eugene Canfield, of Kane.
I. M. Moore, ol Qumcy.
H. M. McKlnley, of Edgar.
Frank Voungblood, of Williamson.
F. E. Albright, of Murphysboro.
John II. Oberly, Cairo.
It lm been jo ever iliicethebcgiiiuiiig.
In every age of the world there hae
been credulom people who had no doubt
that spirltis walked th'i earth and hold
communion with men. Generally thr-no
devotees of superstition v,eie led by
women, and were In most Instance! men
of womanly hearts or ho dreaded death
and eagerly sought knowledge ot what
was Iwyond the grave. The womm,
tenderly cherishing the memory of de
parted oim:, called, In response to the de
mand of their yearning allectlous, to the
pUit, of "the vasty deep," aud so vivid
h ttiti human imagination! believed
t!y htard renpouscii. Not once, but of
ten, the superstitions have been
crushed; but as ortcu as I hey have been
put down tboy have tpntiig up with the
old vigor. In the ptcfeut ilay wc aro
wltiieMliig a revival of the oM-tlme splr
Itual delusions. With amazement we aro
compelled to behold InKs of women, and
not a lew cuslble men also, crowding
into ujik rooms, viwttins or moncy-iuA-iug
cheats in petticoats and pautulooii?,
Inroking spirits to reply lo their eager
question! aud believing that they hear
Niponscs nud ice the dead appear before
I their tyi ! It U tho old itoty over again
Expovato of the fraud huniocfrsst upon
IhecrMullty of thef: dupfti. Tl.ey be
lieve, In the Ineo of nMolnto ptoof that
they are deceived.
Knmn ttinii in'.), there iiiihenivd In
Cairo n wonderful nieillum a woman.
Shu scanced during several weeks wc be
lieve, and tho Ghostltes tho spiritualist
oftho city were tilled with nmucmctit.
Tliey had no doubt that, through tbl
woman, spirits of the departed revl
ited the glimpse. of the moon ; and. ex
hibiting to mental ears evidences of the
advancement they had made in "Ihb
blue beyond," knocked bad mu?io out of
tambourine', trummed with dreadful
lack of ability upon guitars, rang bells
with the aptness of n dining room hoy
new at the business. and talked In migrant
mat'cal la-igitige the allllcst of boh.
Doubt of hermedluinhtlc powers were
scoffed at ; and the good female soub
who worshipped at the woman's shrine,
flashed corn out ot their Indignant hu
man eyes wheu the hint was dropped
that this priestess of the ghostly faith
was a fraud. This woman was .Mrs.
Holmes, who afterwards manufac
tured the Ifaty King spirit,
and sent poor old Owen to an In
sone asylum. Everybody now denounces
her. rier exposure wa complete.
Then came along here a woman of the
name of Miller. Again the derotecs of
Ghostlsm were In ce.tnle. They were
.satisfied. Slie had the power, and the
doubter was Jeered at. From here she
went to Mexico, Missouri, wo believe,
and there was exposed caught in the
act; but our Ghostltes denied the fact
aud denounced thoe who said so, n very
great fallller. Itut now again comes
the Information that Mrs. Miller has been
agsln exposed. This time nt Memphis
Tentieee. and in a maimer that admits
of no doubt. On Tuesday night a tur
pentine hill was llolued mid Ih wa.
caught In the act. Hut, of course, the
Cairo dupes of thUbad woman will Hand
Then came among us the great mate
rlallzer. Mrs. Hollis. Hie talked through
a tin horn In dark rooms and pretended
to exhibit spirit faces at hole In cabinet !
She would submit to no test. She look
money from all comers, and complained
about those who desired to hnaie
her claims to inedlmni-tle mwtrs. To
this day she is upheld by sensible and
good people, lint Mahommcd wa! tot
lowed by the world, and Joe Smith was
worshipped by host the imvoi ii" oi
Then came Molt, who nouhl not admit
to his seances cumi tiic chosen of the
ghosts without three dollar- in advance.
He was not therefore popular with Hie
faithful. Even they denounced him.
l'heu came Wilson, the able gue-ser
and sweet talker a gentleman who coins
hN ghostly power Into greenbacks and
chuckle' becau.-e of tho weakness of
humau nature. Ho left under a cloud,
and now appears as the detemhrof a
female mudiuni of the bogus kind a Mrs.
Saydain, who Is called "the queen ol lire."
Her star act, wc aro Informed, U to bathe
In flames while under the influence ol
spirits, who, a .she averts, prevents her
fiom bciti,; oven scorched. With Mr. E.
V. Wihon, she has lately Iwn entertain-
I Ing the people of Hockford, In this State,
i by a dlplay of her tlre-dclylng powers;
I , ", . . ..... t , i i ...
but she was aitonbhed a few nights ,ince
In this manner: "Mrs. Saydain had Just
got through bathing in the flames" viys
the Chicago T' Ai'tt, " liin Dr. .1. I'bil
lip', of Belvidtre, the man who tlret ex
posal the I-i.ivcnport Urothcrs. aroo and
offeied to repeat this wonderful test with
out the protection of spirits. Tho pre
siding officer, K. V. Wilson, of Clilcago,
challenged him, and l'hllllps forthwith
walked upon the piattorm anil went
through the same performance ui tlu
Illustrious pveib'CeSiD.r. the Chicago Fire
(jueeu, had done. Made bold by Dr.
l'hllllps. dame. Chandler, u ltoekford citi
zen, ventured up and did the .-nine thing.
Then followed u Jamboree, which might
have terminated iu a row had not the
police made their appearance. One man
got up and boldly denounced the whole
allalr as a humbug. Or. Dunn, of ltoek
ford, got up and offered ten dollars If the
Fire-Queen would hold her thumb In a
lamp flume for forty seconds. Others
trebled the Doctor's oiler, and, amid the
greatest confusion, tho meeting broke
We state thea facts not with the ex
pectation that they will have mi Influence
upon the spiritualists of Cairo, but as a
faithful chronicler or events. SplrltnalUts
cannot b undeceived. They ure weddi d
to their ridiculous religion, and neither
ibyiue jior reason can reach them.
i:ii loiti.M, Miris,
N'uw Orleans boa-iU of crooked ?ugar
u well us crooked whisky.
The .State librarians of Mlssl"lppi,
Tcnnes'oe and Kentucky are women.
The city of Chicago owes eighteen
million" of dollar.
l'rofefsw Tyndall ii to marry a
daughter of the Hlglit lion. Lord Claiulo
Mr. George W. Scroggs, of the
Cliampalgu County Outttte, U a itepubll
can candidate for r eerctary ol State.
A female Whlngton letter-writer
wlio hails from ''blcago, thinks "our
stately, dignified, grind Ogle.by.nnd the
quick, ebrewd, lar-slghfeil Logan, aic
both men to be proud ol."
One hundred and seventy churchc
have la-en invited to participate iu "the
advisory council" by Plymouth church,
It hat no end, Henry, KlUahUh und
Theodore will be ultli u to the end.
The Ithodu Uland house ot repre
sentatives ha passed a bill providing
tli.it lund occupied or owned by churches,
achool", colleges and charitable liistltu
tloiii shall no longer b" e;enipt from
--"01 eourtc," tald the t. Louis Ko
P'tbUcun, "If evidence ever amounts to
anything, McKeo could nol cs(.-.iki con
viction ;" and then the I'pu'jlienn pro
ceded to chuckle sadly over it rival.
Explaining delay in Issuing the laK
number of hU paper, the editor of the
Johnson County Vmunn taym "On ac
count ol our printer taking sore eyes, wc
aro into with our paper this wiclt. v
will try to do better alter Mils."
A ( 1 . . rr 1 - , rtnktA,, I. at.. . . . I
est SpirltimllMlc "inrdlum." she makes
wax moulds ol Imnian hands by the aid
of Kplrlts. What u these luoluds ate Is
hard to tell, hut the woman has managed
to produce them iiiiVOSiflilly lor several j
weeks without belli? detected In fraud,
which N rather uncommon In tliee
1'he eoiigiefsi'-ai campaign com-1
inlttce. iiiixntntiMl IV Hon. h. (). C. I.a-
iiiiiiiunu . oi mil,
Pennsylvania ; liooOe.ol Virginia ; HueL-
tier, of Mlsuuiil; Wpgington, of Call
fornlu; Ilartrldge.f Georgia; Black
burn, of Kentucky, Tarbox. ot Massa
chusetts ; Lyiide, c Wisconsin; Eden,
ot Illinois; Payne, o Ohio j Caldwell, of
The Springfield Illinois, correspond
ent of the St. I.ci-s Rtpubliean, under
date of Ut Inst.. ' I "Iteports ot 'tax
fighting' in this ci:y Imve from time to
time been mule to thy Rtpublitan
during the past Ic months, it Is al
leged that a Isrgt lrt of the levy for
city taxes Is lllegil, and tho town col
lector Is estopped from prcKwdlugto col;
led the taxes I 'he threat tint If he
does so. he will t held personally ll-ible
In nn action of trespass. Tho opposition
to the p.ivmei ' of taxe has opeiuied to
prevent bankirand capitalists from miik-
nni- nilnlices to the cltV. Illlil HOW
lug any miM" -
thcitv Is nablo longer to pay any of
itscmpioyr The mayor tu-dny issued i
' hlordoril" barging all the police lorce.
lire departaftit mid the other city em
ployes. IU' alo gave notice totlmgns
company tint the city had no inomy to
pay for i','!'ting the trects.and It, Is prob
able, tint bin', that the street lamps will
be iigli l longer. The trouble arlti
frci'omplicaled rev-uiio laws p.ied
1,T 1,'ipubn' m logllatures. whleli are so
contradict .-" in their provMon- as to
link' It imposlbln to execute them."
I or K.mimis and ( iiliii iidii.
'1 ho AtcltUoO'Topeku and Santa l'e
railroad from ICan-.a-, City and Atelil-on
on the Mi-?onri river, via Topeka. the
capltol ol Kansa-. und tlei beaiitllul Ar-kan-as
valley to the lloiky Mountidn.
Tliehortfl r'uto to I'uelwlo the Orand i
Canon, Colorado Spring-. Manitou, j
Vii:- Speak, aud all places of note in the i
mountain regions. The I'avoiite route i
to Denver and ail point" in Norlhcru
Colonulo. The bet route to Southern
Colorado, Xew Mexico and Arizona. The
only direct route to the famous Sian
.luau mines. The track and equipment
U itnequaled, trains run through from
the Mi'.-ourl river to tlic Uoeky Moun
tains, making connections In L'nlon de
pots and avoiding delays and trans
fers. lor lull descriptive chcitlars
map, time tables, tie, address
i I'. .1. AXDKII-'tt.S-.
Oii'l I'as?. Agent, Topeka. Kan.
ll I hrullle lllteiiK' Cllreil
nv nit. aviAT..
He Is located In Cairo, Illinol", and is
still calling on you to be healed. Why
will you die ot obi eluonlc dUease., wln-n
you can tie curetl with o little eot ir
money. Do not give it up yet, for Mica
is still a halm in Oileard. Cairo Is the
placo to come to be curid of all your
aches aud pains.
I am now prepared at myofllre to give
medicated bath-, and ior-oiis wl-hlng to
receive such, will call at my olllce on
Klghtlt street. Xo. .'J, from the hours ol
2 p.m. till 0 p.m. Also plane baths, hot
baths, warm bath, cold baths, or vapor
baths. Al-o per-ous having the con
sumption or weak lungs, and wi-hing to
receive medicines by itilulatlon, can re
ceive the treatment at m olllce, this be
ing the only true way of getting medi
cine direct to the lung-. AIo I treat dis
eases of the eyes of years -umliug. and
the blind has been made to see by my
treatment. All dbeuses of the skin 1
cure. Fistula cured by me without the
ujeof the knife. If you have a cancer
eome and be cured. All private ilieaea.
In the shortest time, cured by inc. In
short, for all chronic dl-ea-es of the hu
man svitem, go to Dr. Ilultz If you wMi
to be cured. 1 compound an 1 prepare all
my medicines at my olllce. It Is said
that practice makes perfect, I have been
thirty years a practicing physician.
All letters nud communications shall
be confidential and promptly attended to
by me. Direct, Dit. Ilui.rz,
No. 11 Eighth stieet, Cairo, Illinois,
Notleo Is hJlcby given th.it the tnx book"
for tbJ year H7, Imso been placed in my
Lands ami that 1 will be nt the followlm;
jilaces Iu Alevn ler uounty, on tue d;iy be
low fet forth for tho purp.kq of collecting
tald Ijxch, lz
In Clear Creek prui'luct, nt tlie rtoro of
V.. Uulluy A: Co , C'lesr Creek Imding,
February i'jtli, 1ST0.
Iu Thole, jirecllic-, at the store of C. A.
Marclilldnn, Tfioboi M.ircti 11, H7t).
Iu H mU l'e prucluct, at tho Mure of W.
Irclau l.Hiuti Fe, Maich 2d, IBTtl.
Iu (Juok Inl inn pre inct, at tho Uorc of
O. (ifccnl'.-j, (i'josi! Il iml, M ircli !!d, li'M
In I)Jg Tooth vreelnut, nt tho limtto of
N, llun-aekir, J i .Marelisth, lt"7'l.
Iu llu.lctMjoil tu'cclnct, at Uio oulcu ol
Sam llrlley I; co, March Till, 1S70.
In Unity prccluct. at the st nn of W. M.
Aibeiton, t fiiiy, Mirch 6th, 'fc7.
In South Uliu.ut tho olllce of John Q.
Ilarnian, Cairo, MaiUi lftth, laTH.
In North talro precinct, at the court
hous-, Ca ro.Miixh llth, 1S7(J.
'i'bc collector hereby ea'l tlio fpoclal a'
tuiittou nt 1 puycrs to Section 1U7 ol the
Chapter U(uii vovonue, rnvUcd tituie-,
In whleli he i rciiulrod to make dbtrul t
upon the ptr,(m:u property of all lax p y
trs in defuU( or poitounl tuxc, ifur
March lntli. h, pruvlslon ol law will bu
slgorouly tiifuivcd. Thoto lutereMed wil
therefore b' nr the fact In mind mid save
llrin,; jour Uft years tax revelpls it ml do
not trut to 1'ic tux nooks for dlserlptlon of
yourUod. ALEX. H. 1UVIN
Cdro. in., Pcbruory 1st, 16T0.
f,V?.0i;u yoai-s niro you could
J.T ,V.U"L"' r 1,011 v,
thidrown Wdv l thu
tllirnumifjcluiTrabjr thrtiseof imttntnl Mmhlnerr arernaMnl to make the nlrtSf itUlmtUd
CiiiiiriitH Citdur (ity M'Tin r nut Icra tliuii ulhvr .MuntiUrnnm can luilurrn 'li(i.r ut
i.)i:h1(!uIii , dm v 1 1 1 e Hi; lriiliii,iii1.,.,i(iinii.v to suuiily nuukvra wilb it ain;rtur in out
Uaiir M 5 i-tultj-wc limit Inluit our palrjna a
wmm genuine mi Havana filled urn m in cen
The initniir.ictiti-eisrtcricntfiiife llii-fict that tUt inaj .tily of Miiokmnrf r to l ay tlitlr Civaran
limy mid linn; liinrn.loi.lol ll.ci.l.iii ,,r rmoriiirfilii- in J..i ny. in.ii'i.l nl I lit- mluuiitv U(
im-ii tlir linr. Iiy H'IUliLii Hlnir r I Imir hi ih, i .. m.. i... iif
.." l'l'lnt i-I'Mli- minii-v III 11 i;liy , I Uvy ciim-i.tral Hi. Ir liu.inr.... i.dmr their ln-f nml
rx - n.. u.i.l kir,. u,, i,eUiuinr r il.i- lljr, rorllit mil ii.UIkuI.u! iiiiu.1v, il.aiuu.
nnr, urn! u.nrum.'H.
Civo tlaora o. Trial and bo Ooaviacod.
Sole Agents. Cairo, Ills.
F. M. STOCXSFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
Wines and Liquors,,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps n full Btockof
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND -AMI CALIFORNIA WINES.
irircvT vdiit r Erora
ft Ijlilkll 1 UUUUJj 1 u
ONLY $125 A YEAR.
I'ilty eeuK at Winter's Gallerv.
A o I l.iiiiuilry .
It Is now conceded that Mr. Coleman
the laundrei'. No. 12 Fourth ctrcet, b.
tweeu Washlngtoii and Commercial ave
nue, has one of the best conducted laun
dry cstiiblMimcnt In the ;ity. and laud
lord of hotels and boarding houses ulll
Ibid it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prieei utu as lollow: Hotel
and boardliig-hou-e vahliig 7.", cents
per dozen. For piece woik prices are as
follows: Single -blrt and collar.lOo; per
doen, SO,-; soek.-. oe; two collar. lie;
two liaudkiTchlefs, Jo; veM.-, 20e; and
all gentlemen's wear. SOe. per dozen.
Ladles plain calico dn-'eu, 2.")i: calico
ilrc'i wllhexlra irlc'iiihig". W,'; while
(In-aiec, $1 2."o; laillei' uuderwari', line
and coarse, SI 00 per doeu. l-2J-tf.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'3
Real Estate Column
Lot 2. block li, city, on Ohio lewc
aliove Twellth htrret, imtfldu Ure limits.
Very clieup. Terms lilier.d. .
Good dwelling huurc on Walnut, be
t ween Twenty-seeund and Twenty-third
, .Store-room corner I wenllelh and
llu-lui'T. houo on Levee, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham & Slilwell.
Winter's Itluck- .sullalile for Hotel
Olllce or Hiiiduess rooms cheap.
Tciieui"iiltt numbered I. Si.udO. Iu
Winter's How, 5 rooms each, for fid per
No, 10 (corner). $12 W) 7 roonif.
Collage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue I rooms.
Store room In "I'dot llou-e," lately
occupied Wy A. Ilalley.
A small Home we-t of 'I wenty
second street. near Fine, per inoiith.
Store room on Levee, nbovu F.lglilh
Htrcct 520 tier moiitli,
Dwelling hou-e on Sixth ftrcet nud !
Orphan A-yluiu building uud)pietul--en.
i'ent low, to a good ten int.
Store mom, comer Twcmieth and
Washington avenue, $12 u mouth.
I looms In vai loin parts ot the city.
Land'', In tracts, to suit, near Cairo.
north sun: of mount sriiiim
IlstWHon Waablnaton mi 'I Oominnrclul
jTGreat Medical Book
ml lor Iji'Ium unit i.vnln. Stnt luc fvf
iwn 'n'nw. Ait'triM'i
" T TzsF.ril MEPIC.M-INHTITU TB
lO-lo lly tt. Joseph Wo,
III irro.ltnr fivtnt. n
Tho Peoido'ti Hoiacdy.
Tho Universal PainUxt actor.
.Vote: Ank ror Pond'e Extract.
Tuko no oilier. i
"llmt Cur I will ew-aL ut txiUlcot thlnro.'
I Injuries t Iai r lieum,
Mriiluo, .-irul!i, Uintu
Kmeliire. ula, Ijii trn-
I tl lir lllCirfU W lUU'lt
y ... Illeeillnu l.tiim. i
f M .-plttlrjK "I Ulou'l
V Xu- ItKM'll. UU'I lllcrtl-
A In iniiiiii i.r Itvtli
UjVaillKllllat "1 IIIimmI ui
w Itliio'ly l)icluirci.
tll. - IllrflllU I'lllH
I tl lli-l rile, (Inlnlllblr )
roolliiK lie.l unu'li-,.Nrii-
ruljila, tiwrllul Kit.w.
lie wvlllnir iirhiirtnc-t.
Mtiir.ii", or ultlieH,
l.uml'itK". Uime lluck
Miri' l iiriiiil ir (hinwy.
Sort- or 1 nil.tiiiol Kyi nr
I liiurrliiH, 1 1 j-fvnu ry .
sitro Miiile, liinainxil
'I'nliiliil ur lou I'ro'nie
! VI lilt Let.-, Uw.rluii Ills-
RFMFnV Uinvt:! ami biratiintry.
IU.IIIUUl,(1in(, ull( (.;vcrl4.
tluiia ur InlrtniH, ur
S'ltrleiiHi' Veln, Kn-
CYTFRNftl i irKH'Tinnuiiu'i v,in
CAICmtHL vic.rw, oiil Hurt", luter
,w iml Ulierutliins
IIoIIk. Curbiini'l'-ii, Tu
rirmTiiivtt mum, I lul ut'llliik'a.
LNTERrJ AL' n.. uml IIiuiIihih, Clial-
it-it ur Kt t.
rioii nr n lillliiw, i losi-
til I inn ur I'aiti.
Mttkilll llll. Iliurl
.Stilly, Chuiicl llnul
I'llMI'h IJXTltASrrUl.ii i'iili'liynll lirit
S'Imxh (triiUK'ol. nil H'i'uiiiiiii'.iiU'I Iiy
ull lr.i'Kl'trt. I'liykleiuiiH, uii't erj
ImmI.v hIiii Iim ! in-ill It.
I'auiililel coiiIhiiiIiik HMmy iiml m nicll
l lieu on ui)ilcnliuii, 11' nut liiiiinl at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
.ev York mill I.oiitt'Mt.
i.nii nit ii:ai.i:ks.
R. SMY1H & CO.,
tVliolc je Lie) Kctull IKaltia U
Foroigu and : Domestic)
W5i:S OF ALL. KIMIS,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
TKSSIlf. fMVTll ft CO. have cuattiinilr
IV L a Urg itork of tbe twet Kixvl "' Unit
kat, huiI gl( eaimclal allmttuu to tlic uclvaU
mucU of lbs bMlaiw.
unt tin Kooct ii Clear niivru would lililn,mr.t.h fill I II Mill I Mill I HI
Biaolt.dibfin. TJinlnir the war irnld wont ontoado 'I'M Hi K I I I . I . HY IM 111
r1 .. :b',." '" KfflS "25k..!'.t PJmi?.s.rito hold 1114 I II i 14 14 14 I I V
., to in Huvancoacoal or a ssu t-r u 1111 la m aim
I ml 1 n rv ttt nmiti
Leading Journal of Southern
I d f.t H A Hn.
Will ntadfitl)' oppoao the poltclca ol U
' Itcpiiblicau party, aud refuii to b tram.
melted (he dlcUllonof any clique In the
l)t laqerttlo ori:alilrntIrn.
It bil9V- tbst the ItcpuMlcan party ha
fulfilled lt uilfion, and that tbe i)iaio
' cratlu party as now organized ftioulu tcre-
torcd to power.
, It believe tti Kidloal trriony that be
for sveral years opjirenfU tbe ouU?
j ilicutd be overlbrowu and tbe people r l ,ne
soutluTn h'tattn pertntttid to control tbeif
It bcllev thit railroad ourporatloe
rhould bo prohlbltot by lej;laiat ve etarti
mi nf from citortius and unjustly (Ucnm
ln.it In;; In tlielr b'isloev tran-sctloni witb
It ucoanlzea tlic equality of all men b
flTfl tlic lvw
It advocitos fru- eotniaerff Urtfl lo;
It advocate!" romraptlon of apeile pay
ment, and bonett payment of tho public
It advocate (conom) in th aitmlnUtra-
tion ot put'llc Uatr
AS A NEWSPAPER
The Itullutln will pul.llsli i.ll the Pica, news
nt Cairo, unit a vartetv ol Commercial, i'o-
lltlcal, Fori Ixn and Qoccral Nuvn. and tt
douvor to plnno all IkHh- nnd intoreit alt
T It K
I u tblrty-two eolmnu papar, lurmhe(l to
-ubn'rltieiii for the low price nf
$1 25 PER YEAE,
l'o-titfe prepaid. Il Is flin cbsapett paper
In the Wot, and In a plcanlng Flreiuo
Vi'ltor Kiid Family Coinpanlon.
Cannot tall -to ceo tho r tvied Indutc
mentr ottered bv Tbe Ilullotln In tbo way
i'hen unit prnfltN.t mlyfrttafmen'r.