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anr K. OHBX.Y, Editor.
Tastu arc peculiar. The (Kopl: of
Sprfnjllclil, sot Mtlsrled with otic re
dral ot the horror! ot the Atulcrsonvllle
priton, solicited Gen. E. N. Units to
" nterfl" tlicm by repeating Ms Ice
ture, detailing tho tame, gprlogfleld
audiences at ot the Mark Triplet; sort.
Tbey enjoy havtnir tholr feeling liar
Conomomax .Srwxo-R'a eotninltue
ua expenditure. In the State department
Lave unearthed a wine ring, whose lieiid
quarter! wens at Cadiz, France. It linn
been proved that a Mr. Parrel), consul at
lual city, wm removed through tho macli
luatlons ol Its wins merchants who ob
jected to him becauso ho would not be
come .1 party to their system of under
valued wlqp Intended tor exportation
to this country. The rlnjr Is -nM to ho n
Mr. LtXKCun has ptranc ideas of
parliamentary law. When a motion was
inarlo to adjourn tli" Senrls-Cniitla meet
ing on Thursday night, Mr. Muiiar
didn't want the motion to prevnll. One
of hit partisans moTcrt to amend that the
meeting adjourn until next Monday
night. Mr. Livingston hesitated. He
didn't exactly know, yon know, when
l.laegar spoke up and said : "O, yc ;
that k all right ; a motion to adjourn mil
he amended." Llucgar ought to know,
but Cusbtug don't agree with. him. But
what how has CVhln; whi?u PiinW 1
I KE sr.n TAKirr hii.l.
Mr. Morrison's new UrllY bill proposes
reduction ot taxation on many articles
in dally u-c ; to place a tax on tea and
ceffee which havu been iVec, and to placi;
on the free list a large number of articles
whleh have been subject to Import duties.
Cotton cloths will bu reduced twenty to
twoiity-llve per cent. ; woolen ood,
thirty per cciit.; silks, tweuty par unit.;
hosiery, Jlvt percent.; vchcts, twenty
per cent. ; on nil Muds ol woven carpets,
the tax will bo Increased from live to
tnirty per cent. ; on kid glovca it will bo
reduced about Aevcuteou per cent. ; ou
:oflce, which has been free, a tux of four
cents por pouud, and on tea, now free, a
tax or ten cents per pound will be placed.
Copper, irou, lead and zfm: will be placed
ou tbe free list ; alum, calomel, camphor,
quinine, castor oil, indigo, all ansllnc
dye aud colors, toda, aud all drugs and
medicines of whatever kiud will be made
The city of Sprlnglield is in a decidedly
unpleasant situation. For months past,
the citizens have been engaged In "tax
flgutlng." The consequence I, the city,
treasury is empty. There are no fuuds
to pay corporation officers and by an in
junction of the circuit court, the city is re
strained from incurring indebtedness or
drawing any warrants on the city treas
ury when there arc no means
hi it to pay the name. The
Immediate efl'ect of the empty treasury,
and the injunction is that the city is with
out a tire department, without a police
force, and that the gas company may
refuse to furnish gas to tho city.
The police force, mombera of tire depart
ment, corporation counsel and city taller
were notified by the mayor that there be
iug no funds to pay thsm with, they
were discharged from office. They have
performed thdr dutlc without jmy to
months and the city Is already
deeply in their debt. "One man
Is retained nt each engine house
to take charge of tbe property, and tbe
city weigher, who receives his compen
sation in the suape or feci, remains on
duty. Tbe comptroller Is alio retained.
because he cannot be displaced unle;s hit
successor Is appointed."
The Ugitttr charges tbe responsibility
lor the embarrassed financial condition
ot Springfield, first, to the Republican leg.
mature that passed "bill .100" and the
general revenue law, both of which aro
Impracticable, full of contradictions and
impossible conditions," and locally to
those tax-payers, "who for the sake of
pecuniary benefit, are opposing the col
Action of taies." No local Jkloscs who can
lead Its citizens out.ot the wilderness ol
rttwnclal difficulties has a yet. hrcn
developed In Springllcld.
"'ME BO CEXTEXARIA.V'
A Cincinnati newspaper reporter has
met with the "boss Centenarian" of the
time. Ills nsmc U .John Allen. He Is
one hundred and four years old, wa.
boru on board a i-hlp. and has lived In
Pitt county, North Carolina, ever tlucc
he was boru. He has worked lor ht
llvlug and chewed tobacco all hi- llle.
He ne.ver drauk whisky or smoked. He
ws never msrried, "because the women
wouldn't look et uttcb fellows as he vrhcti
be was a young ud, because he hadn't
any niggers." He has no religious Mew:
to speak of, utvtr wa, sick a (lav in hit
lite, never was druuk and never over
loaded bis stomach. Me UftMoiig diet
luu been milk, sweet potatoes ami coflee
which be believes ''is the best tbln co.
Inland tills hU sklu with it every morn
ing." ills hearing u "a little bail ioae-
times," and bit eyesight defective, aud
toe are the only allilctlouj age lias
orsMigut upon blni. Of course he khew
George yulngtoD, having seen him at
onu owollua. On the occasion of this
7.. w MUrtcvaat,wbo was ball
, wl5 tholort. uug a song
of VTatMafftou. One vcr as .
'eld WuMnrlm .. . ..
JboJd tkt toot uttnvfov
WiU vnlm tiU um for wnt bt ,
AlhM't opinion ot Washington U "ho
wataatoe, pleasunt gentleman, and the
staett HU we stver had lit tuU couutrv."
II ucard vVashiogton Ulktng to 'Koulrs
Wooten about the conititutloB, aid tU-
Inj him, "If efer you break the conitltu
Hon, you are none."
Allen wm on an Ohio river steamer,
and was going to hunt up some relatives
In Indiana. Tart of the journey he had
madn on foot, having walked tour hun.
At n lato meeting of the civil engineer's
club of the Northwest, held In Chicago,
a paper was read by Mr. Charles Lati
mer on "The Witch-Hazel'' or the "di
vining rod" ot tho nnclente. Contrary to
modern bellet, Mr. Latimer docs not
class faith In tho divining rod among the
superstitions of n past age, but
claim's that there wiu and Is n foun
dation for it; that after experimenting,
a twig Id hh own hand) became a true
dlvlnlng-rod, and that he could indicate
the places where water wa3 to be found.
After 'ascertaining tho fact, he looked lor
the cause, and "naturally thought of elec
tricity, that wonderful agency, of which
jo llttlo Is known, and to whleh every
thing mysterious Is now referred." lie
pented experiments led him to adopt the
theory that to electricity was duo the ac
tion of tho dlvlnlng-rod. Different indi
viduals being differently charged with
electricity soino being regular gal
vanic batteries nnd some having
little or no electricity, account' for the
fact that In the hands of some p?ron,
the witch-hazel U n negative power. Mr.
Latimer nerH that ill experiments
have been 50 successful that he cm now
not only Indicate the spot at which water
can he found, but cm nlto dvtcrmlnu Its
dlsluucc Indow the nirfnce, aud by tho
dlvlnlng-rod cm ascertain the locality of
iron and other metals. Itu related imiii
crou Interesting experiment, he had
made to tctt tho truth of Ills theory.
In one ease he had discovered u subter
ranean lake only a few feet Lclow the
bottom ol u well, which had been dug for
the use of 11 railroad company. The well
was forty feet deep and ten feci wide, but
at that depth a rock had been (truck, aud
the supply of water being deficient the
well was abandoned. On boring through
tho rock, the well was illled, and the wa
ter rofc above the surluce. In nnother
cae he bad traced a subterranean stream
In a yard of a hotel :it Toulon, Illinois, as
a test, one dark night, and tho existence
of tho water w.us allinvard found.
Mr. Latimer's paper concluded with
the expression, of hi liellel that a scien
tific , investigation of the dhinlng-iod
would develop principle of Iniiiien-u im
portance to UHiikind, and that instru
ments would he invented which would
maku it of practical use in determining
the locality and depths of nil substances
hidden lcneath the surface of the earth.
IIEKBRICKH AXD HERB.
Mr. M. C. Kerr, Speaker of the House
of Representatives, has written ;t letter,
In which he says he is not a candidate for
the presidency. "The Indiana Demo
crats," aya the speaker, "will present to
our national convention unotlier of her I
sons as a candidate lor tho presidency '
O'ov. Hendricks hi whoso advocucy for
that high place I will stand with them in
hearty co-operation." Mr. Kerr's sup
port of Gov. Hendricks will add much to
that gentleiiun's strength, for there are
few men in the country who have more
hearty friends than Mr. Kerr. lie U 0110
of those positive men who gather nhout
them warm admirers enthusiastic fol
lowers. Just sick enough to be suffi
ciently petulent to grumble with great
ability, he is opinionated, and runs down
opposition with Intimated rather than
active belligerency. He knows what he
knows well, and without remorse tram
ples upon contradiction. He Is not a
trimmer. Gov. Hendricks, U, In many
respects, the antlpodc ot tbe speaker, lie
U n tVc ttatetman. an estimable ffentle-
man. nnd would bo nt once n sagacious
aud courteous president; but he Is
In the best ot health, and therefore aml.v
able and good naturcd. He coaxes op.
position out ot Ills way, and convinces
contradiction that It is In the wrong.
Kerr Is followed by men who admire tht
grumbling firmness of indexible detei uri
nation, and Hendricks by "the people"
the masses who admire those who Hatter
them and persuade them by tho use of
coaxing worts. The corabuiation of
Messrs. Heodricks and Kerr Is therefore
a fortunate thing for Mr. Hendricks, and
will be likely to carry the day for the
great Democrat of ludlaua. When the
very hard money man objects to Mr. Hen
dricks, he will be referred to the support
of that gentleman by Bullion Kerr, and
be asked : " If Hendricks Is a good
enough ipeeic mau for Kerr, why ain't he
I lor you?" and when the Granger objects
to him became he is not sound 011 the
paper Question, lie will be confounded by
being requested to point out in any of
Mr. Hendrlek's speeches an exprc(iin
la relcrcnc to tho financial question that
any reasonable soft-mouey man can ob
ject ic. In this woy all the other dllllcult
quutinut may Itu disposed of, and thus
we will bo enabled to gather them In,
gather them In gather all Into Mr. Hen-
drlck's net. Therefore we have no doubt
that Mr. Houdricke will bo both uoinl.
natcd and elected to the 1'irslikm v. Our
list U In tho air for him.
W AHtt'N l,TE31Ei;ri.Mi
Hie mi cling at the ooundt chamber.
on Thursday night, was peculiar. Tho
chlif cnglums of It teemed to bo our u
tltuablu fellow-citlzenf, Messrs. K. M.
Ward and by 11. F. Livingston. Ths lltera
turc ot the hand-bill announcing It was
cvWtntly Mr. Searls' or Mayor Win
ter'!. They write like acb other. Their
styles arc ilmllar. They turcly studied
the tarau grammar, ivid the tamo spel
ling book and read tho tame authors.
"Speeches will bo mnjo and Resolution.
will be pasted exprcalvu ot tho fctllngt
of tho Masses of said meeting," ( a
Scarlsy lenience and would do no dlt
credit to His Honor, the Mayor.
But, as wo ssero saying, tho uiecllii"
seemed to be the work of Meters. Ward
and Llviugston, acting by direction of
Mr. searls or his Honor, the Mayor. It
a called to order by Mr. Ward In 11 few
happy and eloquent remark, atitl on his
"MWltm by the voice of a solitary
"aye,'' Mr. Livingston was put into tht
Mr. Livingston U u very Intelligent
gcntlf-ninn 11 c.-isv mill man, wo bellewv
nnd has heretofore,on every possible occa
sion, manifested an Interest in thepios
perlty ol Cairo. Ho did not surely ap
pear nt this meeting simply because he
wished to give a benefit to the Cairo and
St. Louis It. It. at the expense ol thu
city, it must be, although we do not
know the fact, that Mr. Livingston has
been n constant laborer In the Interests ot
this city has nt tended every meeting
called to advance Its prosperity. We
admit wo never before saw, upon the
part of Mr. Livingston, any active
Interest lu our city never before saw
him nt n public runs? meeting ; but, then,
Mr. I.. Is one ot those quiet men who
work a great deal without making much
noise, nnd he may have done much for
the city without maklny much display.
This must tie so, or else wo don't know
Mr. Livingston had evidently been k
lectnd by Mr. Ward before hand, because
Mr. Livingston had a prepared argu
ment, which ho Intended to illiHtrato by
maps supplied by Mr. HearN. Af
ter speaking half an hour, and
about the time ho was approaching
his argument, Capt. Halllday drove him
oil the track by calling him to order, and
suggesting that Mr. Ward Intended that
Mr. L. Miould prcMde more than speak.
This was not the proper thing to do. Mr.
L. had n duty to pcrlorm, and Capt. Hid
llday prevented hint from peilbrinlng It.
If dipt. Hulliday had not done tlild. aud
Mr. Livingston had been permitted to
sjieak an hour or two, we have no doubt
ho would have said fcomething. Ho could
scarcely have missed iiyingMini'-thliig.
Tho Interruption of .Mr. L. by Ciipt.
Halllduy gavo great pain to Mr. Word, it
fact wo greatly regret. Wc always feel
bad when a citizen o useful as Mr. Wan'
Is pained. Everybody knows that .Mr.
Ward is n good citizen an enttTp'ising
citizen one of the men who build up
cities In desert placet!. II our Taylor-,
rlalliduys, Ilirdajv, Strattoiu, William
sons, Cuhls, Brushes, nnd other such men.
wore driven out, and men liku Mr. Ward
Induced tocomu Into Cairo In their plan's,
how speedy would bo the up grivlng of
the city . Tim Wards wouM push It Into
gicatucis without any hesitation. We
arc tine of tlili, because, we know Mr.
Ward know how much lie has done for
Cairo. Hus tliero been an enterprise that
he has not unselfishly supported with hU
ne.-i, voice anu piu-ur ".ueinniKs 1 see
him now, Horatio,'' witli his pocket book
In his hand, the tli o of public spirit burn
ing in his eye, and his voice ringing out
the patriotic words: " How much wilt it
cost to get the eltv out of the sudj ? I'm
tho man that will put down thu amount,
If somebody will nam" it." This is Ward
ism this is the manner in which the
Winds build cities. Therefore, we repeat,
we regretted ivhen Capt. Halllday pained
Ward by interrupting Mr. Livingston
just as that gentleman was about to argue
the question before thu iiieeitiur.
After the meeting had been started. Mr.
Llucgar talked, nnd Obcrly talked and u
resolution was ottered, and thu nieutlug
adjourned without adopting the resolu
tion, 'f hit- the meeting should tint have
done, and wo know Messrs. Searls. Liv
ingston and Ward, those earnest friends
ol Cairo, will bear us out In this asser
tion. Hut the meeting did do this thing;
and. If it had been permitted, would have
wounded the souls ol this publlc-spliited
trio by defeating all ttieir suggestions
by voting tliein down. We arc glad the
meeting didn't do this. By not doing so,
It gave convincing evidence that it was
not a cruel meeting.
Ta-ta, L., W. and S. Cull again, gen
Vernon. EDlTStniAS. .10 TIN.
The -now fall lu parts of .tackson
county wos very heavy, drilling In some
places from two to six feet deep.
Professor John Tynd.tll is soon to
marry n daughter of Illubt Hou. j.ord
Kepubllcun newspapers In Kaiifas
fhnw a decided leaning toward lilnlne
The New York .SV says that to
name babies "Centennial," U douo oc
casionally this year, is a slu.
The city of Naples will hold u carni
val this year, the llrst aiuce the overthrow
ot the Uourbons.
On tho '.'.ml day of tliU month, a
Stale lair will Im held in Florida. Pie
mluiiis ure offered on -trowherrie- nnd
many other kinds of small fruita.
-Uath 'ay- Judge Ijavld DavU
weigh- three hundred nud lllty pounds,
and that fur every pouud of avoirdupois
he has a pound ot brain.
Charlie Ito was found tho last lime
near Tim 11, Ohio. Two men took lilni
there last October, and lea him Willi a
woman, telling herto ka-pJihn till called
Tlcu'i weather prophecy for from
February 3J to the 7th Is : rising or
high barwnutcr, cold, clear weather it
high barometer comes from tho north
wtttjlt from the south or souihweet,
plus-ant, clear and dry weather.
Tho IndlanapolU papers notloj a ru
mor that the Hon. I). W. Vorhies tho
Tall Sycamore ol the Wjdnsb," is to
Ucoino the "Stattly Cottonwood of the
Mississippi" by locating u St. Louis.
Queilion of the New York Sun:
Is Micro any good reason why Ko-eoe
Conkllng should not be the cnudldHti-for
president of the Htpubllcau party of New
1 1 Tho creeks aud streams about C u
bondalo and Murphyaboro ure higher,
cau.id by the late ruhu, than they hasu
bdn slnco 1811. Murphy.boro common
it under fifteen i-st of water. Communi
cation lei carried on 1;twcen that town
and Mt. Carbon lu skill. Thu railroad
track id submerged and passengers aro
transferred in boats.
The United .Slates Supremo Court Is
now so pressed fortlmo th a spcnkci ant
limited to two hours. An exception Is
made lu fuvor of .leremluh Black, for
whotu fiucluittlllg eloquence thu tldgcs
have a weakness. Oalh " my. that 0110
ot the Judged told hlui that stopping
felnck seemed like stopping Shakspeare.
Black is regarded s the best living repre
sentative of thu old-time llorld lawyer.
-The Providence says : " When
Mrs. Whittlesey. Ike Northauinton cash
ier's wile, saw the burglar take her bin
band's gold wateli.-l'e kicked lier'tt under
thu bureau, and st aved It. And win 11
her tiuw cloak wa'ln thu robber.H' hamln
shusald, Glveinc 'bat old thing; I'm
cold,' and saved that likewise. If Mils
keen-witted wuinm could Imvu been at
tho bank when th' vault was opened nho
would have per-wdru the robber that
half thou papers ei e nothing but fam
ily milk bills."
What may prcte a striking and In
teresting feature of the Centennial cele
bration, Is an linukiue album, containing
the autographs ol several tliou'uiids of
the leading men tho country, begin
nlng with the presileut, cabinet, .tupruinu
court, senate nnd lie house of represent
atives, which U tobe covered with 11 glas
bell and enclosed in a safe, uith 11 front
oanel of thick gU. Miroiigh which the
volume may be pliinlyseeu Iroin thu out
side. It U propo t'd to put thefufc hi the
rotunda or otlur CJii-pIcuous plueu In
thu cipltol, llu'i' to stand until the year
1P76, nu objii. of eurlo-lty mid att ruc
tion and a soii.vnlr to every' oily for the
next huudrei' year.
I'.. K.lll4ilt filial f?rl!lriltl(.
I'hc At lil-oii, Topeku and fjantu l'e
railroad from Kan-.is City and Atehl-oii
011 the Ml-soitri river, via Topt ka. the
capltol ol Kail1.'!, and tliu beaiitllitl Ar
kansi" v.illey to thu Itotky Mountains.
Theshirlet rmt' to Puelx'lo the Grand
Cnnoi. Colorado Springs, Maiiltou,
Pikes Pix-.tk, mid all places of note In thu
mountain regions. Thu favorito route
lo louver aud all points lu Northern
Colorado, Thu be.t route to Southern
Colorado, New Mexico nnd Arizona. Tho
nil v illrvcl route to thu famous rian
luau mine.'. The track and equipment
is uucqimled, trains run through trout
thu Missouri river lo thu Itocky Motin-
Inlns. maklllC eoliliectlons In Union de
pots and avoiding delays anil trail
ftrs. For lull descriptive circular
map', time tables, etc., nddrem
T. J. Anuukson.
Gen'l Pas. Agent, Topeku. Kim.
All i'livoiile llliriiies nitrtil
UV till. llt'LT.
He Is located In Cairo, Illinois, and Is
still calling on you to bu healed. Why
will you die ot old chronic diseases, when
you can bu cured with so llttlo co-t or
money. Do not give It up yet. for then;
Is tlll 11 balm lu Gileard. Cairo Is thu
place to come to bu cured of nil your
aches und pains.
1 mil now prepared at my office to give
medicated baths, and erou wMilug to
ecelve stiuh. will call at my oltleo on
Eighth street. No. 21, 1'rdiii thu hours ol
2 p.m. till D p.m. Also plane baths, hot
baths', warm baths, colli bath, or vapor
baths. Al."0 persons having the con
sumption or weak lungs, and wishing to
receive medicines by inhalation, cm re
celve the treatment at my olllce, this be
lug thu only trnu way of g.-lilng medi
cine diiect to the lungs. Al-o I treat dis
eases of the eyes of jenrs staiidliiLr. and
the blind has been made to seu by my
treatment. All di-tases of tht skin I
cure. Fistula cured by me without the
tio of the knife. If you have a cancer
come and bu cured. All private dl-eaw.
lu tho shorten time, cured by me. In
short, for nil chronic dt-ea-cs of the ho
man system, go to Dr. Hultz If you wl-h
to be cured. 1 compound and prepare nil
my medicines at my olllce. It Is said
that practice makes perhrt. I havu been
thirty years a practicing pliy-Iclan.
All letters und communications Muill
be contldeutiul and promptly attended to
by me. Direct, Du. IIcltz,
No. 2i! F.lghth street, Cairo. Illinois',
Notlco Is hjreby Klven that tlietsx book
for th year SV, have been placed In my
hands and Hint I will bu at tho following
places lu McsuJer county, on ttie day be
low et lorth lor the purpvvj or collecting
ssld txc, lz
In Clear Creel; pre luct, at tue -toro of
K. Cullcy & 'o, Clear C'ro-k I.nidmg,
I'eljru.tr) 29th, lsjTG.
In Tliohcs )rcelnc , at the -tiro of 0. A.
Maruhlldon, Tnoties Marun I t, t7l.
In Siuta Fc precinct, at tlia sluro or W.
Irelan I, Sauti Fc, March i 1, 157(1.
In (loot 1! IM ui'i pre ltiet. at 1 he to-e or
0. ti eenlry, Ouose Ih nl, M ircll ."Id, Is 0.
In lff Tooth preclnc', at tho hoitiu of
N. ffunsJokcr. Ktq., .Maicli stii, 1671).
In Ilaluwood precinct, at the oJIco ol
Sam lliiley Fco, March 7ih, 1S71.
In Unity precinct, at thu stir; or W. M.
Atbcrton, Ui by, Mrcli 6tli, fc70.
In South Cd o. at tho oillco or John Q.
Ilsriiian, Calm, Mircli 10th, 1ST0.
In North Cairo precinct, at tbo court
bins , Ca ro. March 11 th, IS70.
The volbctor lieuby ea In tliu speclnl a'
tcntloa ol lax payer- to .Section 137 ol the
Chapicr upni revenue, rov scd st ttite-,
in which ho l rcq'ilr.!U to mjko dUmdnt
upon tho pt retina proper y of all tax p '
us in delimit tor p souul fixe , -fur
.March t'Uli. Thl-prvV'f on ol law will bu
vlnorou-ly enforced, 'fbixo Iti.eresti d wit
therefore heartily jact lu mlii.t and iuvo
Bring ) our lot years tax receipt und do
not trust tij the tix nooks fur dls -rip Ion of
your land. ALEX. II. IKVIN
Ci'ru. III., IVhrunry Itt, 1578.
WIIOI.IXAI.E (IHUI KHK.
6TRATT0N & BIRD,
AOENT8 AMIiRIOAN POWDEE 00.
nnd OlRarii w i7t 1T0 aic?rHi.,5 n
their own Wl ,y hi thta? It ii owt.,2
rriHi.ur ictuie In bhllled labur m TnnT;'
i'lLVr,i' UfJr"irCf..'i,I "' U.'e.of t"1";l,,
mm., i hi, Vi,. ,y,'.'h I ,' '"as
WAMIEQ GBSraiKB CUAft HAVANA FltWD CI5AH m P.VS CEH
I he niAmirnrttirerartawmzha the f id lli.-vt the mij..rlly ofraokf rnnrer to lur tlitlr Onrnr-n
Imy iiMitthsm linvewlopuM ilu- i.hin of rurliiir ihe iii.l.irilv. 11V.1 M 1.1 tl nliiLiltv L. tw!
lur., ll.-n, e. I.y llli.CHsii):le Urnl th.- Sri 'X t! tiry.irXx '
ly H....lt lift 11 sliiKi.- hmii-v ill 11 dly , Ihty cnirt nlrulc lli. lr lid-Inn, iiiliicr tlitlr lo- nrl
Civ tb.m a Txi&l and "bo Convinced.
Sole Agents. Cairo. Ills
F. M. STOCHFLETH,
Importer and Wholosato Dealer In
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koopa n full st'ck of
Monongahela, Rye and Kobinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES. HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISUXI) AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Lot 2. Mod. U, city, on Ohio Ii'Vtr.
ntmre Tivi-lltli strivt. nutlilu lire limits.
Wrv cla-iip. Trrni!. Illicnil.
Uonil ilvvt'lllnir I11111.LM111 U'iilnut. Ix
tvvev ii Twvnty-stvoiiil mill Tvvi uty-llilnl
Storf-ronin corner Tvventlutli ami
llitliifs. Iinu-i! on Li-vrf. lately oc
cupied by riiiininjsliHiii i-Stllwi ll.
Winter's Uloek- sultublu for fiotel
OQIlta or liu-lncrfs roouiH clienp.
U'lieiii'-nt. iiiiiubered 1. SmidO. lu
Wlntur's How, 6 rouius eacli, for 510 per
No. 10 (corner). $Y1 1,07 ronni-.
Cotliivi) on Sixth street, near U'lish-
liiKlon avenue I rooms.
Store room In "Pilot IIouso." latelv
occupied Uy A. Ilulley.
A small iiuu-u west of I vvr nty
Second tri.!t,neiir I'lne, S-l per uioiilli.
Stori' room on Levee, iibovc EIvlilli
street $20 per mouth.
Dwelllnir liuii-e 011 Sixth Mrret nnd
Orphan Aylum hulldiii'' uinVDietul-
H'H. ltelll lOVV, toil K""1' tell lilt.
btoro room, comer 'I'vveu.letli and
Wn-hliiiitoii itveutie, $12it month.
l'oomn lu viirhiu part ot the city.
Lanilii, lu tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Blake & Co.
B. F. PARKER,
c?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
tVull Paper, Window Olasu, Win
aow Bhados, &o.
Almyn on hand, the cvltbruttxl IlluiiilnstlnK
Corner ElevontU Streot and WtiMiv
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
sr. o. xzxxoIpm,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Oullotln Biilldln. Cor. Tw.lfth 8trut
nud Wuam-lfton avoiiuq,
ryf Viuiitv 11111I lull-mil Wnrlm "-fliillv
tr'. w.i4, C.,d went uptotlOO
o n ."mfim .b2V..bU.l .S,K'"? " ld
'?.V..'.n,n.ux.t .,lt' to J.1."' ndvante cost of
bvcldnerr nrc f n.il.lil to Imk. the I,ot cslehraii-l
tlwu itlivr Mnmiucluur. cm .rliica i-'l..r.t
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WttOH MAS
iJiIUPACTOBY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thtrth-Fourth Stroot
SIXTH STREET. Botwcon oniO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Mf.uuracturenhliiown HorM Sboeu Mill
can AnauteQood Work.
. PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
VAIIIKI V kioui:.
VVHOLKSAIJi AND HETAIf..
IN TIIE CITY.
Qoodii Bold Very Clne.
vJorner 101U St. nnd Oommoiolal Av,
n 0. PATIER & CO.
OMIl DRBHEir XI,
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STJIEE1
AtwM WubiDKtoti maX OouibokiUI
Leading: Journal of Southern
Will ste&dla-lli oppose ths Jiollclt- ol In
Kcimtillcati J:irty, sail return- to be tram,
uiclleu . llii dlctntluDOl ") cl!iVji tn the
I It beitfvm tht tbe ltcptilillcan purrjr nu
rulQlleit It ut.loD, and tbit tbe tltmo
crstlo party nusv oimn'cd ivboulv. rc re--tortril
It liellevf tlie ltadirkl trranny that h,
fi't mvirsl yean opprrMtd tbr ontb
bnuli be ovrrthrovrri nnd tbe people f I ,u
Snutlicro Ststvt peiDiltud to cootru. t&rii
It liellcvi that railroad carporattoi
sliould bu pmhililted by lets'ntlv fturli
ra at from eltortiEt und unju-fy dauici
Inatln.; lu thslr liutnes tritis actions wltb
It ri'io(nlc trie iullty ol all men b
lore tlic tsw.
It advocate frso eoiotaerre Urlfl lot
It advocate rsMimptlno ol apeiu- ;iy
nienl, and linnet ptymont ol tbe pubd
It sdvncittis cconomj in tbe adinlBWtri
lion ol public ntUIrs
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nub-crl tiers tor tlm low jirlco ol
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in tliu Went, and la pluatlns Klronuo
Vi-ltorund Kumlly Comptnlon.
Cannot tall to m-o tliu i" -Uulcd Induce
rnenti' ottered liv Tbe Itulletln lu tbe way
ol ehen mid prnntMp nilvertlemi'i'r