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JOCK Xi OIULT, Batter.
FN-wt-i $13 60 order on city of
Cerbondale. Enquire at Bvlia tin office
lM-tf , E. A. Bl'II.NKTT.
A. LtiViNWOBTH dispatch to the Clil
mto Tribun uri : "Orcr ine-tmlf (he
twwipapcri In tliU Stat have ileclareil
for J. G. Blaine ior president, and John
J. lDfa.l for vlce-nrealdeut. 'i'ic Kansas
'Mtntlon wlllprobaW- tfo to lueCln
elrinatl eeaveatfon ImtrMctcd to vote for
the tiro mm.
Tn MU-rnor of Kama hm offered a
reward off 300 for the capture of .). H.
Mowery, who It charged with commit
tloc fercery. In connection with the It-
no of $3,000 In school bonc!, In Cninan
ob eeunty, Kansas tw year ago.
Mowery It a member of the State legli-
lature, from Doniphan county.
The following railroad will carry rlt-
Uora to tho approaching carnival nt Mem
phis, which promises to outdo nil tormcr
demonstration of a ihnitnr character, at
halt-fare rate : The Memphis and Louts
eille, .Memphis and Charleston, MMs
alppi and Tennessee, I'aducnh and Mem
phis, and Memphis and Little Hock.
Also the following steamboat lines : The
Cincinnati and Memphis, Memphis and
St. Louis, Memphis and Vlcksburar, and
all local Hues. The people of Memphis
re making preparations for the. ucconi
tnodatlon of one hundred thousand vlil
JErrCMV B&TItVN LRTTKR
At the solicitation of .Incite Lyons of
Kicbmond, Virginia, Jell. Davis has writ
tea a letter deuyluf the charges nude
gainst film in Blaine' late speech on the
amnesty bill lu cougress. Mr. Davis re
fers to the attempt made to Induct Wire,
when under sentence of death, by the
promise et pardon, to criminate him In
regard to the Andersourllle prisoners ;
he denies that Union soldiers in South
er prisons were worse treated thau Con
federate soldiers In Northern prisons ; as-
sene tnai wun sixty tnousana more
federal prisoners in the South than
the North had of confederates, that sixty
thousand More confederates died in
Northern prisons than there died of fede
ral prisoners In Southern prisons ; he de
elares that every effort was made by the
confederate officers for an exchange of
pnsoaers; that the union government
was officially Informed of the Inability of
the coufedracy to proTlde.proper food and
medicine for it prisoners ; he recalls to
the recolleotlou of tho prisoners at Ander-
oavllle how, In accordance with his per
mission, delegates chosen from among
their awn number wore tent to Preel
(leat Lincoln himself to plead for the re
sumption et the exchange of prisoners ;
and bow, previous to this. Gen. Lee, by
Davis's Instructions, had been tent
wit a lag or truce to solicit an interview
With Gen. Grant to "urge tn the name of
humanity, jthe observance or the cartel
tor the exchange of prisoners," and the
allure of the mission.
The letter, like all other documents
from Mr. Davis' pen. it a very commou
place missive ; It contains nothing new
r striking, though It was evidently in
tended te be a scathing refutation of Mr.
Blame' allegations. It is un
Ut-advlted letter and only scrrcs
to prolong the discussion precipitated by
Dlalne's hate and desire to bo president.
With a valor which savors moro of zeal
than discretion, Davie lma characteristic
ally rasbed Into a breach which had b
gun to heal.
THE t'RAIft jritTHK
The correspondent of the Marlon
Egyptian Prm,u hit report of the Craln
trial Inthlt city, glvet hit Impression of
the persons! of tome of the member of
the Jury. Bit pen picture of n lew of
tneee gentlemen will be new to them
selves and friends, while others will he
recognized as correct.
Mr. Phillip Saup he describes time :
A well-dressed, mild-mannered, lntelll
gent youag man just such n Juror, In
uct. a both parties, believing tli'in-elves
r-gu., numu un-u (elected.
Mr. Bennett Is dismissed at follows :
The eecead juror accepted, the eighth
one examined, it Mr. a). P. Bennett, a
Dullness man on Ohio Levte. Ho Is n
middle-aged man, ha read account of
the "Williamson county affair," and has
ry strong Impressions as to the guilt of
J, r"vu,mt "' wouiu uuuouuteuly
by panto who telt a
waat of evidence to
wciir their at
Mr. Bristol, the 8th street grocer, the
firm reperter describe in three lines :
W. L.Bristol, a business man of the
.aZ Inf!1t an of pleasing
tddrets and quiet manners.
Who except Williamson eounty news
taper man would have this opinion ol
1! "ii John McEwen, Is an Intelligent,
ereU-tc-do looking firmer, and from ni
eerane may hayo tome Idea as to the
eUftrent qualities of whlskv.
Paeelng the Jurert until we eouie to th.
eleventh, Mr. Oabornf i readers of the
Jeu art mtorjned that huts:
"Aneldsrlr un. tall, b 11 Inti -
laced, tbarp. prominent nose, heavy e,e
brewt all Indicating nervous temncra.
aent rattier Important lu bearing.
utou, uixpv an cieganviy trinv
led goatee, which abowt much care."
And Mr. Cundlfl, twelfth and last ju
rer, Is thus d-crlbed:
'J?entJ-threyert old, medium In
j'.' unimportant in ue-
SStJSlte hy hlmtolf W Me
Jt whatever he mr 4o for jefei.
-We wlh it understood th j
axyreeaw oaadldly hU opinio of'
"( JstryntA In the Craln trial, and.
J'! wh Ubemterrle wed Dy uy '
Jwattf mused geatltiaeu who mv
' Caino, February.Tth, 197(1.
IIK VfAtlD HKKT1NO.
Mu. KniTon 1 borrowed your paper of
Saturday morning and eagerly devoured
your literary cfluslon under abovo head
ing ; tho purport of which is that nrd
and myself were cheap friends of the
Narrow u.niire railroad, and that we
were working In their Interest, ntul
against the Intei-cst of Cairo; that Soarls
& Cnnda were tho power behind,
The dog that wears tho collar Is usually
rewarded by nn occasional bone for the
the suielllng, whlnnlng and yelplny that
The l'abl of the dog meeting a hulf
starved wolf Wc think Illustrates our
case. Said the dog to the wolf: "I lire
well, have a good warm bed and plenty
to eat, and 1 urn exempt from responsi
bility, and have no tears from dangerous
enemies. Come with me and I wilt In
troduce you, and then, you can live, us
nicely as I do."
Said the wolt : "You do look as If you
were well treated, you are fat and but I
see the hair Is a little worn from nbout
your neck, let me nsk you, If yon please
what Is tho cause of UP'
"OI"aldthe dog, "that is just tho
marks of my collar, they fonietlntv tie
S.ild tho wolf: "I would tatherbo poor
and have my liberty, so good-bye ;" and
away he hounded Into the foreM aud free
But tlogi still oontlnuu to wear collars,
and so do some men. Iltlil Iks -o. Ult so
trange, so passing Mrauge, that Ward
and I should don the ermine of distinc
tion, when and while citizens ot Cairo,
where all good citizens are only known
and recognized by their collar-marks.
It we are poor, lost or dic.irdcd ea
nlues. minus this much needed and
highly prized passport to respectability,
viz : the irusi collar, who could won
der at the grateful wag ot the c.iud.il ap
pendage, responlre to the whistlings
and clucks of the Invincible Cumin and
Scaris; or who could wonder that the J
latter should be willing to accept nn
ally, though he be as low and weak as
you represent poor Ward, considering
the cru-hltij; opposition they hat In
Considering that In the light between
the Property Company and the railroad,
both arc wrong, wc consider It more
manly to espouse the cause of the under
That the railroad company should have
made an-ellurt to protect the levee, (their
trae;, we uo not deny; in fact, we
hold that they are highly culpable lor
not doing it. But, their not doing It
doc not release the Propcrtv Company
from Its solemn promises and covenants
with citizens who bought property from
them, to keep up the levec.
MNo lawyer will contend that a right ol
action exists on tho part ot the city or
any citizen against the railroad company,
heuce wc claim that there Is no light be
tween them. The city may or may not
have a right of action against tho prop
erty company, we do not pretend to say.
But we do say that a contingency may
vise In which the property comtmuy
will become liable on its promises and
convenanti to hona Me purchasers of
The Issue bclore the people ot Culro
now. is this: ie have a half-finished
levee, built at the expense of the city,
which must bo completed at oucc. The
city can lily afford to do it. Would it
not be better to give It to either the prop
erty company or tho railroad company,
provided they would pay us back all
inoulcs and complete it at once and tigrco
to keep it up, and thereby release us from
this additional burden ot taxation ?
We were not acting In the Interest ot
the railroad company. They had uolli-
iBto ao ttith gettiua up the meeting.
lhcy did not kuowot It until alter the
bills ftero struck off, neither did tho
moyor. The motives were purely lor the
purposo of devising a plan to enable (he
city to avoid the expense of the levee.
It may havo been Illy advised, prema
ture or foolish. I, for one, am sorry it
was called, for the reason that it will bo
tho means of my loslug friends (I always
have too few) but I abide the result. 1
ask no friends nt tho oxpense of my lib
erty of thought.
The substance of the above facts would
have been stated by mo at said mcetiug
had I not been Interrupted by an ill
mannerly crowd, headed by you, Mr
Tills i but another proof that man
hood Is at a discount hi these piping
times of bonds, bond-holders rings and
rascal.. Old-timed manhood U Jeered as
en old fraud, by the wUo In cunnlntr
craft and gobbling, whilst they nre tho
rctl frauds to truth, Justice and reason,
SAW JIili. Livixcmo.v.
MR. i.i viNunro t nm i.i;nr.K.
Mr. Livingston, a gentleman we vei v
much admire at a distance, havlmr bor
rowed the Bulletin, read our article on
"I ho Ward Meeting." and forthwith
rushed Into an epistle. This anlatl.
which will be found in another column.
ho procured a gentleman, who also bor
rows the Hl'M.KTI.H. to carrv In no
which task tho gentleman accomplished
wun auiuiy anu an air or triumph.
To Mr. Livingston's epistle wo invito
the prayerful ntteutlon of the public.
We llko Mr. Livingston, and nothing
uiai ue may My about us
will ever drive us away liom
admiration of hlni. U Is true, ho
I peculiar one of those beings
who linger bctweon sanity aud the other
thing, going now toward sanity and now
toward the other thing, leaving the world
In doubt whether they aro nbout to burst
Into unexpected grcatnoss or take their
place with tho unfertunato who are called
the daft. Ho It of those who make noise
to no purpose. Like policeman's rattlu
oundlng whon no danger I near, ho it
tonoo loud, and disagreeable : but we
lke hint nevertheless. An nhstruse
pertoa, he rises above ordln-
try comprehension, occatlonally
grasping at the myttorlet ot
world, objettlng to thing as he
finds them and asserting his regiot that
he wa3 not consulted lu the wotk of the
creatlou; he Is sure he could havo ar
ranged matters much better than the
Creator; but we like hint, nevertheless.
Hohas a peculiar Intellect, being a genius,
aud common-seuso Is a stranger to his
mind ; he lives in the atmosphere of the
higher metaphysics and wants nothing
but brains to be a great philosopher ; but
we like him. nevertheless. Wc llko him
because he has a good heart, and
would. It he were not atlllcted by air
overweanlng sellUhness, often do good
acts. IVe like him nUo, because he Is
good man, and would, upon Impulse, be
fair, It he were not the victim ofthe belief
that, being an Intellectual leader, he
must be cruel In his conclusions aud pep
mlt the ponderous loglo that is being
continually evolved from his great mind
to crush coiuinon-iKiise and put behind
It the promptings of all ordinary ten
oning. Tlic tact Is, our friend Living
ston is too great ; and this is the only ob
jection wc have too him the only objee
Hon any person can have to him. If our
friend Livingston were only hall as
great as he Is, he would be u man among
ten thousand and altogether admirable.
Wc think we may say, with conildence,
that evidence of our friend Livingston's
too much greatness, is to bo touml nbuu
dantly In hl letter printed lu another
column. Only man too great could
write such n letter. Only a dweller upon
the hlzher Intellectual plane could be the
father of Its ideas. Mark with what
skill our great our loo great friend,
Livingston tells the story of the dog
and wolf! In all literature there Is not
n parallel to tho dog-wolf ctory of our
great Iriond. It Is dog-oned excellent ;
it I wolflshly delightful. The dog U
well-fed but collared brass collared ; the
wolt Is lnlf-tarvcd, but proud and Inde
pendent. "I would rather he poor and
have my liberty," says the wolf, and
bounds into the forest and free air. Our
great our Avj great friend, Livingston
Is the wolf. He U a hungry wolf and
hall-starved. Vicing in a country of no
ehlckon-eoon. or sheei)-fold, he
bound- Into thu forest and free air.
That is the kind of a wolf Livingston is.
For what purpose docs Woll I.lvlngt"
bound Into the fore-t anil free '"? To
seek ii sheen-fold or chicken-coop? No,
no. Our wolf Is not that kind ot a wolf.
A gentle wolf Is Woli Livingstone.
There Is no lamb that may not
approach him-"'' chicken that he
would cut without tlrst obtaining Its
iicrailssion. He Is a honest woll, and
hall-starved he will remain forever unless
eonie meek lamb or self-sacrlliclng chicken
lays to lihu : "Honor me by citing me."
Let no man cry4 Wolf!" when Livingston
approaches, for, though hungry he may
be, he Is a woll we have every reason to be
proud of a woir without guile, as tender
a wolf as ever sorrowfully sucked the
blood of a sheep or crunched the bones
nt a chicken!
But Wolf Livingston does us. an in
justice when lie says that we have even
by Indirection charged that he and Mr.
Ward arc cheap 'friends of the
narrow-gauge road. We did not say
this and did not Intend to say it. Wc
might, If we wished to bo nt once severe
nud truthful, say that those gentlemen
would be dear friends even at thecheup
ett price?, but, In fact, we do not believe
that either Mr. Living-ton or .Mr. Ward
ha been Induced by money or promises
of any kind to become the champion of
Messrs. Cauda and Soaiis ami the advo
cate ot their cause. On tho contrary
we believe botli the gentlemen
are acting without money and with
out price are honest lu their po
sition. It may be that Mr. Ward's good
tenso Is warped a little by business con
sideration, but we are -lire Mr. Living
ston has taken the position ho 1ms on
this question because he knows no bet
ter. The btnpidlty ol greatness- has
made him oblivious to the common-sense
arguments that have convinced every
sensible citizen that It would be better to
compel the narrow gauge rond to go on
the outside ot the hew levee than to per
mu u to either use '.tho top of It
or run upon the hnlde. Wc
acquit Mr. L., as we do .Mr. W., of any
corrupt motive In hiking the position that
has tiecn assumed by those gentlemen
Mr. L. Ik simply not wnsiblo upon thl
question. That Is all. Ho ii great, but
he Is too great to lie wise in reference to
to small a matter as this.
iu another rc-pect Wolf Livingston
UWS IIS 111 INI CC. Me uivn Ii.. tvn..1.l
havo tnti'd the
wolf li-ttcr nt
Ing, If he
Intel ruptcil by an
Mih-tnncc of hi
the Ward meet-
had not been
iieaiicu uy us. This is a false growl of
the wolf. We did not head any crowd,
anu wo iiki not interrupt Mr. Livings
ton. no were anxious to havo hlni
speak ms piece. Wc wanted to hear
him. Therefore Mr Livingston has done
us injustice; but, then, why not
A ...1. "
- iiirtn who is ioo great to
have any eominoii-seiise mint Imtdao
ioo great to he In every respect truthful
Mr. Livingston Is too great to ho sensl-
we, ami ne ims stated about ih what is
not a fuct. We pardon him. W would
hfl mi-nirtnn1tln II .... i
unvnauii, u nu were io hold so
great u man to the statement of facts.
e nave written lu imntc, and If we
havo done Mr. Livingston Injustice wo
ar sorry; nut wo aic sure wo havo not,
"""i nouount, cut a coat for him
mat win nt him; nud we hive done
kindly In (l0 wolfish spirit.
-rresutent Howe of the Yale Boat
chid, ims been otllclallv Informed il,t
Harvard has chosen Springfield as the
piace, aim dime ,iu ns thu time, of thu
'igui-oarcu race pciwccn the two uulvcr
altlea. All tho details havo been lmrnm
nlously agreed upon. Tho Harvard ire.h.
men reject the Yale freshmen's challenge
to row a six-oared raco at the samo tuno
ml place as the university race, but Imi.
mate their willingness to row such a raco
at Saratoga. Therefore there will be no
rretbmon rare as Yale will not row
The National Turf Congress meets
lu Now York City in n few days.
Smith jfe Co.'' Piper mills, nt Hock
ford, Illinois, wen' totally destroyed by
tiro on Sunday nlht. The loss Is esti
mated nt $110,000 In'tircd lor about $2.V
.lames 11. Cochran, i resident of Tn
Ion county for s.vty-slx years, died of
consumption, In Inind Tower, uu the
Murpli.vshoro7','l7"''W : ".lackoon
will, this spring, we the largest dele
gation nt Jollet, I. hi ever had slncu It
has been n county.
Stokes, who kIIKiI Fhk, wants his
tltneut Imprlt'onnciit cut short, became
he served ten nosths before receiv
ing his final frnh.ic(.
A dlpntch i'-itd nt London on the
"Ih says that remits received Iroin St.
Etlennc says tin' Mildred miners were
killed by thelcXlJoaon Indahsr Colliery.
The piano and organ iiiahiilaetnirrs
of New York Lav formed a protective
association agalnitthc sale of bogus In
struments made et inferior material.
Of the one liindred and seventeen
women now shilling In the Michigan
University, four .lave clioeu law, forty
seven medicine and fifly.lx literature
During tic services lu the First
Baptist cliiirili at Peoria Inst Sunday
evening, an'd lady named .Mrs. Murray
wa attack' wllh heart disease, mid
died before ho could he moved from
Peter Myer., u banker at Carthage,
Mo., who iJ charged with liavlmr nock-
ctedSUO.WOof the depositor's money,
nud loaing the county, wa arrested at
Coimr'l Bluff, Iowa, on Sunday alter
noon. He was formerly n 1'iilted States
pcn.on aijentnt Des Mollis.
-A special dl'patch to the Chicago
77Mf from Danville, Illinois, says a dif-
c.ue similar 10 tne rtlptherla is prevailing
there to a considerable extent, and prov
ing fatal in many inManees. Considera
ble alarm i. felt among the people for
fear It will become epidemic.
An establishment at I'.imuii, Ger-
mint, ilrlr.i U!Z'1. the whllea ntul il.n
yelks separately, for household and all
other ti?es, and the experiment is suld to
e entirely successful, the dried contents
of the pggs answering all tho purpose- ol
During the burning of the farm houfe
of n man named Gcoriro Helndie. in
Bureau county, recently, Helndie lil
ifeaud two children perished lu the
flames. An older daticiiter. aired nine
teen years, saved herself by lumping
troui tncrooi oi n low portion or thehouse
in her night clothes.
Jennie Juno's late fashion letter;
Never were black silks so cheap; not
even before the war. in "gold" times
oh ! that those times would enmo nr-nin
and one would imainc that everv old
lady In the country would rush off and
get that desire of most of their hearts a
new black silk. Soft, rich silks of puro
quality, that formerly sold for SI and $:
per yard, now sell for $2 00 and $3, and
very good hand-made cass mere silk, an
excellent quality and texture for combi
nation wun cassimere, can be purchased
ior i f,u per yard. Th s s the miee.
also, of very handsome evening sjlks, in
mo newest similes, twenty-ono Inches
wide, which is the usual width for tills
class of fahries, and warranted pure.
A lour-handed game of billiards, for
1,000, has been ntrreed illion In Kevv
York, nnd will ho nhired at Tnniiniiiiv
hall on tho 13tlt, llth, 15th andlOtliof
March. This game will be 2.000 nninia.
divided into four parts of J00 points each.
i he Ulon brothers on ono side. Wllli.nn
SCXtOll and A. Gamier Oil the, other. Knn.
posing that Cyrille Dion and Gamier
open the scries, they will play until ono
or the other renchst 600 points, the player
will continue his run to its completion,
men the nans win bo correct! aliened.
The second evening Sexton nd .T. Dion
will take hold, nnd scoru on from tho
points already made by their respective
siues, ouu points more, under the same
provision, that the player when making
nis tw snail piay his hand out. In this
manner the game goes on until nnu or tho
other side reaches the 2,000 points, when
tncy tnKe the inone.
Iv you have a discharge fnira the ncec.
offensive or otherwise, iiartl.il u of the
ainsc of smell, ttute, or hearhiL'.cvcs watcrv
or weak, feel dull nnd stupid or debilitated,
pain or prcmrc in tlio head, tike cold easily,
you may ren assured tint you huvo Catarrh.
Thousand annually, without manifesting
uairof the abovo symptom, terminate in
consumption, and end In the grave. No din.
case Is so common, more deceptive, or less
mmcrswou iy physicians, it. V. Pierce.
M. I)., ofltufnilo, N. Y., Is the proprietor of
nr. isage.s Uatarrh llemcdy a perfect Sue-
elfie for Catarrh, "Collin the Head," or
Catarrhal UcudaiUe. If-S-diS.-w.lw-filO)
A No. I Laundry,
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Cob
tho laundress, No. l Fourth street, be
tween Washington oul Commercial nve-
nucs, nas one or tho blst conducted laun
dry establishments lnlto cltv. and hind.
lords of hotels and boarding Iioiim will
iinmnoineir ndvpnugo to call upon
her. Her price aru m follows: Hotel
and hoarding-house washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece vork prices nro as
follows; Simile shirt und collar. 10c: ner
dozen, 60c; kocks, Cc; two collars, Co;
iwojmmii;crcliii.fi,Ge; vests, 20c; and
nil gentlemen's wear, fiOc. per dozen.
Ladles plain calico drives, '-,."ks; calico
dresses w ith extra trimmings, 50c; white
iheneH, ?1 25; ; ladles' undcrware, line
and coarse, $1 qq per dozen. l-2a-tf.
El""! flSS mmmmmmm O XT . an
"iMlmnZrZ?'" BOHli OILS. OORNS,
taMBWW'sf(lw kixlbia Cw tr i i 1 1 1 1
r. ai ITtruuil 4 co., fi PmiUmBi., OU:
PrseoSnytla!S'i1??!!iSiU.lri n.'. f ooa a.f 'ar a" you would wlah to emoka to
i.i.Y A, ""iOUu Everybody mnoUed them. Durlnir the war irold wentuntoaoo
(llic niiiimf.iiliueuh) llioii.ei.rpatmtiil M.i.-Iiltir ry air niilplnl In nmU tli iilie eflihrnlnl
Ujrwftln roslnr Iwri ty-ooii r rent li limn oilier Miimirw linrr ran iirmlurca UlKarnr
r.111 a imuIU , Ih h vising Ihi'lrutrvnls un i.rtlinlty tn imply iiinkrrs Willi h rtiiK-iior 10 cent
Ll2r fur a ceiilf) ur iil.irr l ermcuiir tmti.in. 1 '
WARRANTED CENUINS CLEAR HAVANA
Civo theux a Trial
The mAnnfHctmrm hny llielrClKuiTm
lluy unit tliiiii. Iimrmloplnl llir iilmi or lnnirlng thr m,iorlty. ini.i(l orilir minniltv ( ,ai
born llie it lie. I,y fllhiK n i-lnglet Ignrnl the me rule no lite, leu. tiny, oru liox
lly .K(uiinir nelnxu -unify l, flit-, .i.-r - Mii iii- ui.i, in.ain.a4, rnllli llii-lr 1 ai.il
.xhii."'1 Kirpiipllieiiii.ililrur the . lar, r..r (lie imiliuil H.vmit(ce.,i fi riunltw, il","n.
iunirr, nmt IlKiriifici.la, "
Sole Agents, Cairo, Ills.
7. M. STOGHFLETH,
Importer and Wholesalo Dealer in
FOXUEOI&X ATVTP DOMgiTIO
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keops a full stock of
Monongahola,Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
MMki Rsfoefroa Quicker;,
THL onlv plee wlie re a sure euro can be. it
lleiltion l.tllle la roiuircl In llie way of
uUiertlMiiK, u the leputullun uftlic InMlmtlon
In well ktiuwn thruujitiuut llie West. C'ulluuil
lie COIIVlllCtll tliat till. In the larire-t .ml
cuinplcle Itiatltntlnn of the klml lu .merlcu for
the eiicceatllil IihiImhijI of nil Chronic .exuul,
l'rivate unil Veneivul DUe.ii.t-ti of both wxh,ucIi
ait Syiihllli. linnnrrhiea, (ileet, Striclnrc, Ituie
ture, Varicnue Vehu. Urchltlt, Uubo. Ac, All
urinary ale! nvphllltlc oijniercurlul affecllous ol
the throat, km or Iwnes utv trratftt with un
puralleleil miKei. (iunnrrhora cureil in irora
three to live iliiy. .Syiihlli. cureil in from live ,
totinita), Utr case cureil, ruinal '
Mtiikiieiiii,.Spennatorrhrca, Night I.oisei, tex
uul Detlllly aii't linpotency, 1mh of hcxtut
l'ouer. an Ihereaullof nelr-abiirclii vnutli. tri.
tul uxccnaet in inaturer )eur. mi'l all litiiRill
mcntstd inarrlaso, iiennanently cureil without
mercury or any other mineral jioUon. I'atienti
at a illitancc trcatul by letter. MeUlcInct tt nt
everywhere. VounKmen who have become the 1
vlctlinet of solitary vice that dreadful ami de
tnictlte habit which auuually ewtepn loan un
timely Krave thouianilH of younir men ol' llie
mottexalteil taltati unit brilliant Intellect, who 1
mlirht otherwise hat ucutranctil lUH nlnK henule
Willi the thunder of 1 loijuence. or wukeil In
witacy Hie living lyre may ladl with full conli- I
din re. What aplty that a ynuntf man, the nop
of lilt country, the darling of hi pareula.itnuuld
lie natcheil Irom all prota'Cti and enjoy
menu of life by the ontemienren ofdeviaiuitf
from the jkilli of nature and IndiilKlnx lu a cer-
tain m-ret habit. Midi r-on inu.l, liefore
contemplntinir marriage, idled that a aouud
mind and iKxly are tho nio.t ueceniiiiry riulllin
to promote conuublal h.'iilucra, indeed wllhoul
Iheee the Journey through life becomes a wiary
pilgrimage, the proiect hourly daikena to the J
view, the niliid biciinen nliudoMol with ilepalr !
and Illicit with melanchnllyienectloun that the
hupplnem of auolhtr Ii blighted wllh our oun. 1
To all erring younjr men wu would ay , do not
keep till" necrcct to jonrfcilf and your (Jod until 1
It hai iupiet the vital and left you a wirck of
humanity, a curnc to yourttll and a burden to ,
aociely. If you arc entangled in the irnare of
ncll pollution, or any private dineaiie, flrn from
iu ifintntctlon, and apply at St. .loneph Meillcal '
Institute lor trejtmcuf, and Ikcoiiic once more a ,
ifCurc iruarantecil or mouev refunded '
CJ-AII female dlDlcuillea and imiieilimeutn to
Marriage I rented with afety and Hicotn
ryA grint medical bookund tecieta for ladle
Alui genu. .sent free for two atHini.o.
.11dre11i ht. .Joseph Medical Inxtltiilc, Krancla
filrcet, iKtwtun Kcond and '1 hlrd, M. Jeninli,
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENT8 AMEHIOAW FOWDBR OO. '
57 Ohio Lnvoo.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer I
No. 18 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'KCUli ollentlnu given locontlgnmenta aud
FILLED CISAR FOR FIVE GEN
and bo Oouvincad,
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST ie. CHEAPEST WiGON MAK
OFACTURED i-AATTTPACTORY, OniO LEVEE
Near Thtrth-Fourth Street
SIXTH STREET, JJotweon OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufacture hie own Horse Shoes and
cau Aaaure Good Work.
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by tho onr-load,
ton, or in hogahoada, for ohipmont,
aromptly attondod to.
ItirTo largo consumorfl and all
unnufaoturorfl, wo aro prppprpd
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or your, at uniform ratos.
CA1H0 CITY C0A1 COMPANY.
-IUIlUUy Ilro.'aoDlce, No. 70 OhleLcvra.
fcVlIallliloy llro.'a wliarfboat,
gl-At Kgyiitlan Mill., or . . , ,
fcAt Uie to-1 Dump, foot of Toilty-Elght
Q-I'ui.t QPlca Drawer. 800.
WaKVirVnuY Au;rt(?ii''it, Mo,
Leading Journal of Southern
Wlllitcailfa.llr oj'PO.c th poltcl ot lb
tciublliaii 1 arty, and refute to be tram
melled utlia dictation of any clique In the
It beilcve tbal tlie Jtepubllcan party hu
fulfilled Iti lnltnloD, and that th ficmo-
cratlu party nn now orKnl.ed thoulU bert-
tored to power.
I It bollcvci tlic Itadical tyranny that h
I for .evrral year, otiprra.ed the South
liould be overt lirnwB and the people cl lbe
Southern Statu petwltte.1 to ceetrol theit
ft bollerci that railroad corporatlee
khould bo prohibited by legialatlTe eueti
menu from extorting aud unjmtly tiiteria
Initlngfn their binlne.s trantacOoni With
It recognize, the equality of all Ba b
fore tlic law.
It advocate! free cotamorre tariff for
It advocate reiumptlon of rpetlu pay
mcnt, and bonent payment of the public
It advocate oconomy la the aduilnlltrv
Hon of public flalr
"AS A NEWSPAPER
The Ilullcllu will publish ill th local new
ol Cairo, and n variety of Commercial, Po
litical, KorclKn nnd Ocneral Novi, and en
deavor to pl..o all taktCH aud Ictoroit all
T 11 K
It a thirty-two column paper, lurmiheil to
f.ubicrlbeM for tho low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
Pottage prepaid. It la Ihe cheapett paper
in tho West, and la a pleating Firealde
Vl'ltornnd Knmlly Companion.
Cannot fall to ice the uivaled Induce
mtit offered by The Uulletln In the war
of cheap and profitable advancement;.