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tflbrd to wke l'Q gubernatorial raco.
Bitimr li n degenerate son of n
worthy sire., HlJ fhtlicr served with tils-
'tirictlon In the war of 1S12 nml In Hit?
,ilalcau war, and wn himself the son or
a highly esteemed family.
Sknatou ,SiiAi:ox,calIo.i tin- rohl-intno
Senator, lias "met with rovem" and hl
riur-won fortune, has taken to lUell tho
proverbial wlnjis and Mown away. Ilea1
Is an explanation of his dranliij: In ad
vance his first year'n salary ns Senator.
Bll.l.T IIKANNOVN .XKCU,
.Titiiglnj; from the following Item from
the Metropolis Journal, It Is not an ay
thing to create a sensation In that town :
The latest Inlorinatiou in regard to the
dcAtbot lUlly llraiinon Is that he was rtc
citted ot stealing some money, and that
turtles trial to innku him ooiitc.s It by
hanhig Mm. They carrliM the Joko too
tar, and death ensued. It Is Miiil tlmt liN
neck was starched to hide the marks ol
the rope ; no light was allowed near him,
itnd he was embarked In :i skill In the
darkness of night, and brought to this
place. His neck was evidently broken in
There Is no record of :i coroner's Jury
being called to determine whether Hilly
HraniionVi "neck was starched to
hide the marks of n rope," or not. Per.
haps the good people of that town
thought l.lllly'is neck not worth u coro
ner's jury, and their w.iy is the cheapest
AMr.KICAN JOUKXAlTlBM AT Till:
The "Ncwipapcr Pavilion" will be one
of the most Interesting featured of the
Centennial exhibition. Space has been
granted Jto Mr. George P. Howell, pro
prietor of the American Xcianuptr Jtt
porttr, to erect ii building which Mmll be
used solely lor the exhibition of the news
paper ot the country In such a manner
that the Jobscurest journal can be
as readily found by any person in
search of It as the New York llerutU or
Harper's Heekly. The building Is to be
sixty-seven feet long, forty-six feet wide
and thirty-three feet wide. Tluulielvlng,
alcove, etc., will lc like the plan of
the Abtor library. The bulldin
win dc Miostauuui m appear
ance aud Including furniture, nl"
coves, desks, chairs, carpets, Hag?, news
paper Hies, catalogues, attendant's sala
ries, etc., will coft wlien completed,
twtnly thousand dollars. -Mr. George
l Howell, tho originator ot the enter
prise cannot receive too. much praho for
the spirit with which he has entered on
the work, which will certainly prove one
of the most attractive features of the Cen
tennial; and will show, n can be show n
In no other way, the purpose 'and status
of the newspaper. world of the rnlted
with ukkat itr.iativr."
The President of the United State? Is
not an ordinary man. lie is constantly
surprising tho world by unusual action?.
He persistently travels by paths along
which common humanity does not walk.
What other men would shrink lrom he
approaches nonchalantly, and lrom ac
tions which would damn any other pub
lic olllcer, ho arises apparently without
any loss of political strength. The rep.
rosentatlvc of the Protectant religious
sentiment of the country, he Is an evil
soil out of which has grown many rank
weeds of Immorality. Championed by
Bishops, he Is the unblii-hiiig champion
of rascals and it is not an easy tak
to determine whether his most
cuthuslastle partUuns are In pen
ltcutlary stripes or priestly robes.
niativc or tnc tcniperajie --L..
tltuentot the TlfflW-ucu. i,iavC oftho
rlowlng bowl, Hildas applauded by
Gough drunk as well as by dough sober.
He mixes prayers aud oath, liquor and
water, and commingles bad with good in
his political eo i id net. lie is uuiipie.
None but himself could bu bis parallel.
Whoever will tako the trouble to re.
view President Grant's public lecord
must come to an agreement with us con
cerning his character; and all who will
consider his conduct in the liclkuap mat
ter will be ready to admit that he Is in
comprehensible in his conduct cither a
man Ignorant of his duty or one who
has no regard tor the lights of tho peo
pie ot the nation. In this matter his
conduct was as audacious as bhaiiictul.
We could overlook his fiiendship for
Ulchardson, .Shepherd, Joyce, Mcdonald
and other rascals, and could even admire
the steadfast friendship he exhibited for
Uabcock, but his conduct ill the liclkuap
uQair is Indefensible. It cannot be that
even ISUhop Haven or that any other of his
priestly admirers will excuse him for tho
grave fault into which ho deliberately
walked when he accepted the dishonest
To ascertain if we are not justllied In
the strong language wo have employed,
let us look at the facts: A committee ol
the House had confronted .Secretary flel
knap wltli such conclusive evidence or
his corruption lu otllee, that he was
dumb. Jn contusion, he retired from the
presence of the coiunilitce and to escapu
threatened Impeachment, tendered his
resignation. Thus fleeing from Justice,
ho approached the President, who, be
ing aware ;of Ms guilt, sought to aid
hliu lu hit attempted escape, by accept
ing the tendered resignation "with great
Hut this will not avail the .Secretary ;
"with great regret," the House has dc
Wrailned to Impeach him at tho bar of
the Senate. The nuestlon 1ms arisen
whether the Senate can U-Bally sustain
n ueuon 01 um Moumj m t)uj
pcauiincni 01 tho
U..t ...... .
M that the sun h In the heaveiu : vho.m
altaU dare to become thu ally' 0l
ins TTesioenr in mi utuiunt to uUi
ii,iil.nsiwliA..,. .... i .i ,u Pl'raguo Can-Openers, taken lor ndver
ES'Slte.'T J." r' tUu U'K. Which w Will sell at two dollars
'bu "s -
urrdlv with great prompt new and
unanimity Mill rebuke the attempt and
pelting nil who take part lu thn out
rage wllb Indignant ballot? will drive them
from public life Into dishonored obscu
rity. r.itmmi vi, mti:s.
Two young boys named Wlllctt ntid
Wltta. wlillc skating near Kendallvllli',
on last l'rlday, broke through the ieo
and both were drowned.
Ktibcntlnc, the Brooklyn murderer,
seems to be bent on getting out of the
world by other means than hauling, (in
l'rlday, he inauufaetiired n dagger out
of his tin cup, with which 'J was about
to take lit life, when he was discovered
by ono of tho keepers oftho prison.
The McGregor, county, Iowa, elrcult
court, on lat Friday, rendered judgment
against n druggist ot Deearah, named P.
I). Salbcry, lor the neat sum or$V00, In
f.ivorofn woman named Mrs. Klder.-on.
l'lie woman charged Salhery, with sell
ing her husband llijuor, and that while
on his way homo ouu night
about a year ago, alter having become
Intoxicated, Kldcrson had his hands and
tcct so badly frozen that they had to bo
l'ho Cook county grand Jury, which
has been in session during the whole
month ol February, llnMied Its labors
on Friday, It seem that all their ellbrts
to bring transgressors to jmtieo have
been very feeble, and now they are culled
a set of low, Ignorant, bribe-taking, dead
beats, lo.ifer.s and vagrants, who did
nothing but "turn loose" murderers,
burglars and thieves, and who have
brought disgrace upon the county never
More equalled In anything connected
with Itslojal history.
i-oi.i i ha i, ori:s.
Kxehange : 'riavo yourselves, gen
tlemen ! Save your wive, aud save
your children ! The Democratic guyas
cutlsls let loose!' exclaim the Iiadical
showmen, as they hasten lo pull down
the curtains aud decamp with the funds.''
llostou (ii4c (lnd.) "Whenever
Grant Is reported as having made up his
mind to do n good thing, the oigans give
htm a vast deal of credit for his virtuous
Intention-', but it generally turns out
that be doesn't Intend to do anything of
. Chicago Tribune! "Ileyond doubt,
If tho people could vote for Piesldeiit
directly, without the cntcrvcntlon of par
ty convention-:, Mr. Morton would not
'carry Indiana, ..Mr. Conkllng would not
carry Now Y.ork, and PresIcVnt Grant
would not carry any State In the
t'uloii; aud the public sentiment Is
growing so strong and unmistakable
that there Is a prospect that party leaders
may be compelled to respect It."
.lames Ilcdpath, who sees no good In
Democrats, oilers tho Hepubliean party
the following valuable Information :
"We can't allord to give Kentucky the
honor of ruling us because one of lil-ol-lleeholders
did not commit perjury, but
carried out the president's orders. If wo
take a, Southern man for vice-president,
,u nl ,,,,,1.1 o-loot lie... , .i Til
or I.ongstreet, of Louisiana. Hotli have
stood by their guns under terrible temp
tations, and they are in States where we
have a majority, but lu which the Thugs
David A. Wells dellnes the old and
fundamental principles of Democracy, as
he understands them, to be "Hard .Money
(spelled with a big 11 and capitals
throughout); taxation lor revenue pur
poses only; and such a restriction on
the powers of tho federal government
that It shall neither do, nor propose to
do, for the people, anything which the
people are willing and able to do I'd
themselves. If these are the 'mjiples
which the Democratic rtiiytf propose to
recognize, maintain and ad hero to, then
count Jim-hi, first, last nud always, ns a
THE REPUBLICAN PARTY.
Ktreiims ol' 'ci rritpl iun mill Itcuiorttll-
Il'iorn lliu Ni! Vmk Iti-iuM
The downl.ill or Secretary liclkuap
means the ruin ol the ltcpuiilicau pally
It Is only another ot the many streams ol
corruption aud folly that have ilowetl
from the present administration and lrom
the party now In power. How
can we tad to draw tho In
leieiieu that is seen lu na
ture, science and history, that when
the ilcr U polluted the poison
is must iiM-ly in Uio souru
What toul sticauis have ponied
forth the stream St. Doiuiugo, with tho
violations of law. Jobbery aud corruption ;
the stream I rench anus, with its Induc
tion of international obligations; the
stieaui general older business,
with Its (lel).i-cinent ol .New
Yoik politics; the stream .Herman,
with imbecility and oppres-lou in
thr South ; the stleam Rieuaidsoii, witli
the Sanboin frauds ; the stieam Delano,
with tho Infamies ol the Indian dep.ut
incut ; the stieam ltahcock with the
frauds In the revenues. Tho-u are the
ciuieiits of the pre-eiit corrupt party. It
Is about time that the responsibility for
tills endless and ever Increasing llood
should be placed where It belongs on
the party now in power.
Let us sec how this party has nia.lo
itself responsible lor this dcmorali.atUm.
Richardson, who approved the Sanborn
fiauil, shauieless ami uublu-liing as it
was, was made n Judge. Shepherd,
driven from power as one untaUhlul to
his tru-t, was made a coiuiulsloucr, aud
Is the leader of administration society.
Williams, alter his sin- weio eonlc..-ed,
was Intrusted with high duties. Scheuek,
alter ho allowed Ills name aud his
otllee to be the means of swindling wo
men and children out of their Income bv
bogus mining shares, was protected,
ltahcock t'uuiu ftoui the dock of a St,
l.ouls court, the cell of thu Jailbird .Mc
Donald, to becoinu tho private secretary
to thu piesldeiit ami directory of public
woiks. And now wo ham the secretary
of war, resigning his olllec, a
eonfesedly corrupt and dishon
est man, and protected from the just
Indignation of the house by the accept
ance of his resignation.
We have four dozen Imitation Kbony
Jperde..ei,, inquire nt Bulletin ollke.
Trepidation In tho Republican
Tho Scene In tho House "Ono by
One the Roses Fall."
(Kihlmlul Corrp'tMiiiili neo of the liulli liii-1
Wasiiiniiki.v, D. (, March 'V"C.
This morning, while I wa looking at a
statue of Tieonderoga Allen which lifts
just been put Into the capltol, n friend
said to me with a mysterious air:
Will it do you any good lu Illi
I remarked that probably It would, but
that I could give a more definite unwer
If 1 knew what "It" was.
"Why, haven't you heard lt'r" he -aid ;
and then, with a chuckle, added :
"They've got him. The Committee on
(expenditures lu the War Department
have obtained conclusive evidence ol
Gen. ltelkuap's corruption. He has ad
mitted bis guilt, and Is about to resign.
The committee will report to the House
to-day aud bo will be Impeached."
As I pas-ed on towards the chamber of
the Representative-, I saw little groups
of members here and there, and heard
men saying :
"You don't s.iy so !"
"Can it be pos-llile I"
"Too bad; and just before Important
"Good. That'll tlx New 1 lainpshlre !"
Signs of a coming storm were numer
ous, is i hi: sii.smii:.
Knowing that the committee would
not report to the House till late lu the
afternoon, I went over to the Senate.
From the gallery I could ob-erve a
nutter among the Senators. Senator Lo
gan, at his desk, talked to a friend and
gesticulated hi a "D u It, I told you so''
ri-l.rt,. u M,,,.lrt,i 1wtltlilt.il
,iii ,..iniiiin,.,i ulili
, , ,1 .' ,, ., n.rl,. lu-
inn, .iiwiui.-. auun, ..i...nr.. , i ,
and Logan got their heads together , ami
Conkllng placed his McpliUopliollan
head close to the head of Cameron. Other
Senators put their heads together. It
was evident that there was much uneasi
ness In the hoiichnld ot the Republican
party. In the meantime certain bills
were passing. Tho morning hour wore
away, and the unllnl1ied Pluehbaek bus
iness came up. Senator F.duiunds, who
had the floor, was sick, he said, and
wls'jcd the matter postponed. Senator
Morton, who was also not well, airreed
to the po-tpoiicmeiit. Aud so Pinch-
luck "went over."
ix mi: iiocsi:.
After passing a tew bills, the House re.
solved Itself Into the Committee of the
Whole for the purpose ot dl-eu-lng the
Hawaiian treaty bill.
f-pcaUer Kerr called .Mr. Milton Sa.vler,
a bald beaded man with lull face and a
fussy manner, to the chair, and the read
ing clerk began to read a long report ot
tho majority of the Ways mid Means
committee in favor of the bill. Alter he
hail read about half an hour, Mr. Throck
morton, a tall man with a small pox pit
ted face, snull'ed out the clerk Willi a tuo-
tlon todlpettsO with the lurther reading
oftho report; whereupon Mr. Fernando
Wood took the l!oo and proceeded to
make a most excellent speech In favor of
lint nobody listened to the orator. Lv-
crybody was talking about liclkuap.
Vfter Mr. ood had talked three-quar
ters of an hour, our Hill Morrison, whose
greatest fault Is that be resembles our
Fort ; nud Sam Randall, wtio looks as
Mark Anthony should have looked ; and
lly Clymer, who Is a grayish man,
rather handsome and without much abil
ity us I believe ; and Proctor Knott, who
Is a dark-haired, whitc-moustached, red
faced, tob.ieco-ehewlug person these,
and others of the majority, got about Mr.
Wood and whispered to him.
"1 understand," he said, "that a com
mittee wlhes to make an important ie
port. 1 will therefore discontinue my re
marks nud move that the committee do
The motion was put aud curled,
j in; nxri.nsioN.
Speaker Kerr assumed the chair, aud
the bald headed S.iyler reported, when
The spoaker.-r-AfTlio gentleman lrom
Pennsylvania, of the Committee on Kx
penditures in the war department, wish
es to make a icpoit lrom thu committee.
Aru theienuy objections'?"
Theio were none, and Mr. Clyiuer, al
ter staling that ho was a bad penman and
leaied the clerk could not read his wilt
ing, piocccded to read the leport.
It was a loud one. It charged I Ion. W.
W, liclkuap, late seeretaiy of war, with
high crimes aud misdemeanors, aud re
commended the adoption ot a series ot
resolutions lntiuellng the Committee ou
Judiciary to prepare articles of impeach
ment against lilui.
Tho evidence of one ol Hie w itueses,
a Mr. Marsh, was then read. It told a
sad story of corruption. The llrsl Mrs.
Lclkuap suggested to him that ho might
have a lucrative Indian olllec. Ho Dually
secured the 1-ort Sill agency for another
person, who gave hint flO.OOO down and
$12,000 a year, llalfthls amount Marsh
sent to .Mrs. liclkuap, thu llrst, during
Iter lifetime, and up to this time has been
making payments' to Mrs. liclkuap, the
second. Hu talked about tho matter, he
believed, to General liclkuap at the fu
neral or his llrst wife, and got "O. Hu."
from him for all moneys sent to Wash
ington under this arrangement.
When summoned by the committee,
Mr. Marsh wanted to leave thu country.
Ho called ou Mr. liclkuap. Mrs. it.
wished him to Kwear to certain lies, aud
the Secretary was unlous to have him
swear softly, .Marsh was lu tribulation,
and dually made a clean breast of the
i:i ri:er is -iiii: iiot si:.
Thelloorol tho House and galleiles
were crowded, ami lb" reading of the
repot t was listened to with Intense Inter
est. -Mr. Clyiuer, after he had read tho re
port nnd evidence, moved the previous
question, and, It being ordered, had an
hour lu which to speaK. I Ms lie gave to
his colleagues on the committee.
First to Kobiii", of North Carolina,
who rolled a few words out of his hairy
mouth about corruption, nud was almost
a teartul as the weepliig-voleed Clymer.
lie was sorry, but, Ac
Next, to a thin, pale-faced fellow from
New Voik, o Republican, who was also
sorry, but, Ac. He did not use all bin
time and gave part nf it to Mr. George
I'. Hoar, who deeland that Gen. liel
knap could not be Impeached, the Presi
dent having accepted hi resignation.
Next, to .Mr. Illarkhurn, of Kentucky,
who made an excellent speech, full of
lire and eloquence,
Next, to Dauforth ol Ohio, a Repub
lican, who was sorry, but, Ac., and
yielded n part of his time to laMin, a
good looking man from lown, who made
a good little speech against Impeach
ment, when the hour of debate having
expired, the question was put, and the
resolutions were adopted.
The excitement in the city Is Intense,
and the action of General Grant lu ac
cepting Secretary Hclknap's re-Ignatlon
Is loudly dcnoiiiicul.
"One by one the roses fall." The next
one will be Secretary Robeson, who has
been nssigmd to the performance of the
duties of the war ollice.
Anothi r litlitiiioim I'riiiiit-rnlilli s nl
MirliiK'lelit, llllniilsi-lli,. jciiii'h.
(SiccLll In I lie- Mt. I.ullli lti'iulilll':lll )
ANOIIIIUl INI'AMOfS I'liAl II,
I'liou order of the secretary of the
treasury Cant. Craig and (J. . lirvant
of .Mls.-ouil were arrested here yctei day
on charge of eoii'tilraey to del'iimd the
government ol Sliti.OlH) ou nllegetl loss ol'
a train while transporting government
Itelght iK'tweeii i,eavenworiu nun i t.
Vuiiia. It Is stated by the jiarlles lu In
irrest that ilils claim had been uas-ed bv
ilillerent tlepai tmonls without a siisi!clou
of l'raud, payment being delayed in
consequence only of supposed want ol'
iirisiiictlon. in Deceuioi
lurisdictlon. lu December lut, however.
mat tiuesiiou was tieeiueu aisiaeioruy
to the second comptroller, who paid tlm
claim. It appears that susplelnu was
llr.it excited ns to the Justness ot the
claim by the clamor and representations
ol persons who expected a share In the
award. A judicial Investigation will take
'i in: dumocuatic ewers.
Tho Democratic caucus hist night was
attended by ie.-s than one-half the mem
bers o! tha't party In congress. . num
ber of them say there is no occasion for
them to waste their time In an ellort to
eilect a general agreement upon the sub
ject ot tliianecs. They are no nearer an
approach to a recommendation than they
were a month ago. Nothing new was
said in hist night's caucus, aud neither
of their divisions showed disposition to
yield. The caueus will meet next Tues
day in another ellort to reconcile con
dieting views, it was hald by a promi
nent western member on coming out of
il, H. iiiiUi.,. ti w .iiiiuiiii
ourselves of the Kaitern oiipo,ltlou ele
ment, there would be no dilllciilty in the
West ou the currency question."
tiii: .ir.j m:.
Ni:w ()iim:ns, March '. The three
masted schooner Mattle W. Atwood.witli
a cargo ot L'.'J.IU bales of rottonnud draw
ing 131 leet, was put to sea to-day
through the Jetties at South fa..'. This
is tho llrst merchant vessel timt has
i.'.'iiil tlicnllirli llu, tittli' I'li'imiitl
When tho ielty works were commenced
there was but about s led of water In
.South l'ass where Col. Andrew- stales
there Is now 14 leet.
SruiNtiKiUMi. Ilk. March I.- The lie
publican politicians about here have par
tially recovered iroui tuo nr-t Miocic
wbleh sel.ed them when the news of the
liclkuap expose was received. An infor
mal co.ilereuce of the Keiiuliliean State
olllcers, candidates for nomination nud
other politicians was ludd to-dav. and it
was decided that no founal or olllelal oe
tlon could bo taken now. but that the
Republican State convention must take
the responsibility of deciding whether It
is nest to put a ticuet m tnc item this tail.
MLT. OARBON(Big Mudrly)
OrdorB for Coal by tho cnr-lond,
ion, or in hogahouds. for nhipmont,
jruiujjiiv uiionaou to.
tayTo largo consumers and nil
oinnufuoturors. wo nro nronuvod
to supply any quantity, by tho
aiouth or year, nt uniform rutos.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
11- ii Ih ay Itro 'n mllri', No 70 Ohio I.iMi'.
I ;-iiainiiuy inn k wluirlliout.
t.lM thu foul Duinji, foot ofTfillly-KlKlit
ffl'imt Olllri' llniwir. .""
Ii. I) .Kli, 1,'iiiiv II. K. .M.IN riilnmn
Zj. D. Akin, c& Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars,' Etc.
105 Commercial Avcnuo, . - CAIRO, ILLS.
ri-llin.ii liiviiinitf in with tliilr l.atiniiiiKi.
M ill lint ii!'iiliiiMi rini'nf .'uyilj liulli Mlili li u
H'il,iitl)ullviiiiiiu"i, " W-llrwly,
GOOD im: HERS!
llflllfttl V 0 1 1 It n,n ,.m, inltlil Itnt na nArtil
I'lyli, OntH, anil Hvorvlioity smoked t hem.
unci CtirUVB WOllt till nCOOllllllltlv. Utllll
.''.."rw'.1.' . , yi !n,h, , "'wlnif.lo
7. . , i , . .ii Hiuui-ii mi ui null uu vi'riinifiiii nix, i nil iuu null ureiiim iixtunt
it ii'illi iitiiini Ji'Hliloiiiif feeling iiHlmmeil to cull lor it live cent Cli;ni .
n lie iiuTilif.n tun l ) i tin1 II r nfnnti iilr.l Mn,
t.iirnriil il mil "I' twtTl) MM 'i r rent li-s than
iininl iU illly, Urn ' --'llii tlii li njri'iil-itiii ii)inniliiiilty Intiihiili m.il.u illi ii siieornif in finl
( iKiir inr i i iu-J we .ui' n mrooiir ialinn- a
mmm genuine mi Havana
tin' iiiiiiitiruiiiiii-tAii'i'OUtilitii' II"' luit Hint tin'
limy mill tin in. Iiiur ii'li.li'l Hit' iilim i.f l.iviiiln
Lii'ii llu' ruli'. I'i M inn-.- ii -in.mi'i i (.in-iu tiiu nine rati' u- llir, ii'ii, lllli , m u tm
lly iiwiolnllnu ii -IiikI" iitni'y In u eity , lln v i niici nlniti- tin ir Im-liir. mini r tin Ir ln ics nint
i.n'li-i's, nun M-fp iii tin iU:iliiy nl tin.' I m-ur,
-niiii'i'ii, Him uii'ir nia ni'.
Sole Agents, Cairo, Ills.
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
I. PAENEAKBR & SON,
In Gonsequence of their Deter
mination to Quit the Clothing Busi
ness, will Close their Entire Stock
of goods AT COST. We are in
earnest "No Advertising Dodge
Give us a call and astonish your-
seii now Jjow
Bought, and what Enormous pro
nts there are in Clothing.
F- M. STOCHFLETH,
Importer and Wholesalo Dealer In
FOHJEIGeKT AND DOMESTIC
Wines and Liquors
02 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koops a full stock of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
ISLAND AND (MMF0llNL WINES.
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
T1IE BEST and CHEAPEST WAGON
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thatli-Fourth Stroot
SIXTH STliEET, IJotwoon OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Uutiut'ucturtiHhiH own llormi SHoea anil
uiiu Auuurti Quoit Work.
Dealer m Fresh Meats
li AvunuoH, udjoinlmi
KKRl'S lnr iiili' llu-liinl lUi l', I'm Million
Viul, Uiiuli. uunaKi'i ii.. i ml iH iiu
lrwl u tcrve luwiUui In uu ucm iiuIi v uiuuuvr
n HIim...... ...1.1 ...l.l.l . ..
Durlnir tlm um- ,rnli w..t n!inM
lms irmif, lnirli. lint m,ira ,.., In hnl.l
n cmtnln nxtmit, to tho lulvanreil cohI of
lilni rv urn rtmlilnl In m il. r llii nluiri1 ri Ii lirulxl
nihi l4 Mimill'i Hhit-i inii iiiiBliirca I'lirar nf
filled cigar for five c&sr
null. .uli iiliiinltMnnfi r In litiv llit-lr C'lirunn-i
1 1,.' iniildrlt), inli-.ul nl the inlnnrltv .iin Iin
lorllii' iiiiitiiul ii'ltiniliiKi' '! lliniisimn, tlipruii-
our u-oocts were
STRATTON & BIRD,
AQUHTS AIIKItlCAN POWDKlt CO
57 Ohio Lnvuo.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
I Hull r in
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
QlTi.I.W.ntti'iitlni Ktitii toconslnincnls an 1
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Uoolhif; tuid auttoi'iiiR a Sp coiulty
SUtto Jloofiing: a Specialty in
any pin t of Southorn
jinlitning RodH, Fiiinpn, Stoves
JolililuU Promptly Dono.
n day (rurnlifa mlnjr nur Wi,
Auuur & Drills. flOO n inuinn
pula t'l KO'i'l Aki IiU. Alli'ir Ijiii'K
live, JIU A'l-r Vtf.i bt. J.uulJ,
THE CAIRO; '
Loading Journal of Southern
Will KtOHllf.lt.ll7 lp(-l.' till' 1'OlillfS Ol III
Iti'Iiulitlrin iarly, nml refiint to lie triu
IKCllOll .. tllO lllctutlOllol till)' l llljlll) In ttic
It lidluM.' tlit Hie ltciiiitillt'iiti party tin
fiiUlllcil lt iiiIpmIoii, mhI Hint tlm lltuio-
cratlc jmriy hi now orgiiult-il iitioiilu It ft-
-torcil to power.
It believe tliv Itaillckl tyrnuy tbkt tin
fcr tavcr.il years oiircr!i'U tue ?oiu
nIioiiIiI tic overt lirown ami the people cf itit
Southern Slate penulltril tn control ttitll
It Ijelluvat tliat rallroul corpouttoa
hhotiM tio proliililtcil liy IcgMMlvv etnti
ineiil.i from cxtortuii: aiut unjii-tly ilrnTitn-
lintliiy In tlielr lll-lni-ni triinrllnnii vk Itti
It rci'o;iili'H the r'ii.illty of nil men
tore tlie law.
It aitviu-jtcc trio roinuiorre turltl lo!
It ailvocate rc-Miuiiptfon of specie pay
ment, ami linncnt paymunt ot tue public
It ailvoe&toii economy in thu utmlnliitr-
tlon ol ptililii-. iillalr.-
AS A NEWSPAPER
Tlio llilllctln will publtih all the locui newj
of Cairo, unit u variety ol Commercial, I'o
lllical, I'orclun ami (lencral Nevrn, ami cm
ilcuvor to plon-o all trt-ti-i ami intere.-t all
-T II K-
Ii a tlilrty-two colunin paper, fiirmslicil to
sulipcrllierii lor tlm low pi leu of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
restate prepaid. It l llin ebeapctt paper
in tlio West, ami it u pleuirii: KlroMtio
Vl-ltoraml Kainily Companlou,
Cannot fail to vco tliu ut-Ualeil Imlutc
mentaotTercil by Tlio llilllctln In tlio way
ol cheap ami lirofltablo ailvertlicineiitc,