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EOOHTi BAKE,
Subscrib for
Corner ComtUHrctnl Avi unit Uth Street,
OMci, SullatlA VL1nr. Comer TwiWUi Straat an. 4 "WauBtaAriartoii. JS.-vn.vi.
mt
pttfo
ItlllCI IUII4
I'. Ilrons, I ulr,i Mm Mujif, I'altn
I'. Nitl, l aim Win Wnlif, (.alio
A F.llfuliln, t'nllil II I . Illllllill-),s l.olll)
r. liiidcr. '.'aim H. Mrlli, l.'nliii
' II llllnlli.lli, l. Ijilll.
A (ii'lirilil llitlli, IllK HlMlitfhx llillle.
JTf Fxrhanye sol, I Mul Imiijl.t Inlftol pl l
n llic Satlinrs Hi .iilinnt t iilbcllobi iiii.lt,
br.il nil Li!ln inu,,tlv .ill.n.ti.l In,
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL, - - 3100,000
orrnnn.
W I' IIAI.I.III.W, 1-imhlHit
IIKSIIV I. IIAI.I.IIMY, Vlicl'inl
A II MAKKIHK. Cannier.
WAl.lKIt IIVSI.OI. Att'l liM.br.
U, HrAAT TaTIOM, It. II (.'IlKMNrillAM,
II l llALLIIiAT, W. 1' II tUUA,
i) I), Vii,i.iamiii, ,S ruin 11 IHII,
A. II. flAiruiiii
Exchango, Coin and Unitod Statos
Bonda Bought and Sold.
rK!'OSIT8 rnvhul and tei'Tal bmkliiK
liUilie4ilutie
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1809
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
OfTICCIl!
A I! SAKHiKU, President
ft S TAYMilt, Vkrl'n-iMi-nt
W, It Vsl.Ol. m-c't and '1 rtusurer
tllRK.-IOIK!
I' W llAIU'LAT) (,I!A tlALIQIIKH,
I' .M ftiiRkrLiTil, l'Ai-L (J. nrni'ii,
It, II Cl.v-mniiiiam. II I. IIali.iuav,
.1, M I'lllLLIrt.
iSTKIlKST ,ail fin ilf.lt at the rati- iT a
licrcent r alumni. Murcli 1.1 ar.il .-,ti-m
ir liit Intrtt not uill.'lrawn U wM In, me
llalrly to thr ,rlnriuil of thv ilrjutlu, thrriliy
llvlu them uiiiiimiiiikI Intrrr'l
Married Womon and Children may
DopoBit Money and no ono
oIbo can draw it.
()n utrj" ImhIi, I'm, lay fn,in!.i m lo.1, rn
.-Mtiirilay i'IfiiIik. Ir rat I iik ileeitn only
rum II to b o'cliirL
W. IIY8T.OP.Tr.anrr.
I'AIM AMMIIIX
Blake A Go.
-iir r-cr lo,
B. F. PARKER,
I Mulcts III
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vitll Paper, Window OlaHs, Win
dow Shades, &c.
AlnnT (,II halul, the r Irhlatnl illllliillKUItl
AinumA on..
BroM'
Spittle! In k.
L'ornnr Klovunth Strt-et unil Waatilntr
Ion Avnnuw
WAUU.NN.
The Gamble Wagon
MANUKACrUHKI) IIV
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
Tllli BEST and CHEAFE8T WiflON KAN
UFACTURED',
MANUFACTORY. OHIO LEVEE
Near Thnth-Fourth Streot
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH STREET. Between OniO
.LEVEE AND COMMEUUIAIj
AVENUE.
Munufttcturoahls own Unrao Shoeaand
can Aaauro uooa woix.
PATRONAGE SOLICITED
'i-i. i in
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
T. O. Suolli.
I'roprlt'lor,
MWi AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER,
Bulletin nulldlmr. Cor. Twelfth Street
and WaahlnKton Avenue,
Cairo, Zlllnolaj
CfCotinly iiml HollromlWork a 8xclly
VYOLrs.
I'll YMCI ANN.
yiLLIAM R, SMITH, M. D,
i
KKSIUK.NCE No 31 Ihlitcuitli itir.l, be
Itmti Wathloslon am.ut tt.J Walnut stmt
OfTICL.Noitb ihlr of llUl.tli itldt lit
jtfttCTi taiiwpwUl imJ Waihlrmldn an.l.t.
Q W DUNNINtl, M. D,
ItKSIDl'.HI K luTntf Nlulli slid Wli.u
ltlM.
OKFICK I hrnrr Milh atnrl ml Ohio lame.
OVfKK MOUItl From ft a in. Km, in.)
1 1 i.iii In i.ni.
I.AWTI.HN.
J OHN H.XDLKKY,
Attorney Hi Law.
( A I ltd, ILLINOIS
orriCK i At r.M,lfl,r nn .Ninth Ntrw-t, I r.
twwnW-ulilniirm BTrniir and Walnut .St.
ItK.SITIftTKV.
JR. It. H, CANINE,
DENTIST.
u i n i. a nii itn.No:i i:imii 'inet,
l,i I hi. n Wadilnjtliiii and ( iilillh'irlal AviliUf,
wtr ;.nto, ill-.
nK.ii. k.si'ati: aiji:.t.
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO.
Real Estate
AID
HOUSE AQ-B1TTS
COLLECTORS.
.'OHVEYAKCEBS. K0TASIE8 PUBLIC
AJCb
Lajid Atranta of the Illinois Central und
Burllntrton and Qulncy K. R.
Comptnlba,
Rortk Cor. SlzV aad Ohio Lavaa,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
t,li:oR ItEAI.KKM.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wbolrrulr mi1 P.itall Dtnl.ra la
Foreign and Domestic)
WIXF.S OF -A I.I, KIMS.
No. 60 Ohio Lovec,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MKlMlS PUVTll A C(. Iiavf rouataully
a larKe tck of thr heat ffiMl III llic Ilutr.
kit, ami trlvc opecUl attention tot lie uholatuil
ratien m uie riiimneaa
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
IRON, TIN
AND
Slate Roofers,
R ooflng and Guttering a Spcciulty
Slato Roofiing a Specialty in
any part or soutliorn
rji(htnin UodH, I'umpti, Stovea
ana u'tnwaro.
JobbinK Promptly Uout,
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
lo Hie tirnuil Olil
MUSTANG-
LINIMENT
Which has stood tho test of 4.0
Years.
Thero is no soro it will not Heal,
no Lameness it wuinotuuro.no
Aeho.no Pain, that Aimotstho Hu
man bodv. or tho bodv of a Horso
or othor Domostic animal, that
doott not yiold to its manic touch.
A nottio costing 250., buo. or 01
has often saved tho lifo of a Human
Boing. and Restored to Lifo and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
Horso.
liMiil-ilAw-ly.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AM1
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Between Washington ind Oomueruial
Avenuea, adjolnuiir Uanuy'a.
KKKl'S for t:tte the Uat llecf, I'ork, Mutton
Veal, Lamh. riausage, Ac. and U pre
lirH'l 1 erve I'mlllllea III ml HCCHilwhle Hislllier
lu l. Aki, Culm. II. K. Akix Chicago
L. D. Akin & Co.,
Healers In
Harness 1 Saddles,
WViirkB Hrkllnrn TOto
w mps, uoiiurs, xiti.
105 Commercial Avenue, - CAIKO.ILLS,
-mrM,Wiir
t-lfrt.at lHittcii tiil-r-. i".ii-U.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1870.
POLITICAL RHYMES.
The V'aalni of tho Period, Hy
Avery Drycuss, LL. D.
Hi,' rull.iliic rattier cltter tloajrel it
fioin the coImmui ol the 'New Yotk Hun''
As it lcer to her lawn cllngi,
.My licurt cleat e to CouKling'
1 ita annloiuto itiortcn
The terror of MoiIod;
I iture all thr tain
Of our ilcur ltrotlier ilUInc
I mourn for the rtiii-l
Aiiuoynnre of .leu t-i;
I pray that Ornnt hU top
Won't plant upon IttMou;
I hark to the lli
union nwAMfon Klh;
I lii InL when they hanitu)1. nn
'1'lie Innocent Cameron;
Or hint that Mitnejol) U on
Tim fair fiuie af Itohcson;
Ami wouhl ilkf to determine
The torture; of i-ln.rinan
At thoe lenrful llloure
Ami shameful cxpottire,
Hy Clymcr'n conimlttfc
In llom fthcplierU's city.
O Hut in, great lnater,
Why iftl'jr ilUanter,
Ami let nil men heap III
l!pon thine otvn peojile;
How long, Lord Abadilon,
.May recklen men lnnMcti,
liy mch crimination,
With apeciticttioii',
Ami iulrics bewilil'rln',
Thy dutiful children
How long khall the nlnt
Make their maudlin complalntF,
Stick their Dcedlet and kewer
lu thlnKthat are ouri",
And lirlnt u lo grief,
The hliainc ol our clik'l?
To allord tn reller,
Come up and be brief!
Come to aid ourcolhulo'J,
And bring them confusion;
Come and help thl" poor rhymer
To climb oer Cljmer,
Who i al-o u Hi l-ter
Ofllelknap, thu tb)tcr;
Kuch pln now pursue
That our Centennial
nltcd State may be coaxed,
And coened and hoaxed,
So that during November
They '11 ccao to remember
The clirloui action
Of Crant and hi faction,
And give'em opportunity
To Metl with Impunity,
Korfour twelveraontln more,
As lor eight yeats before;
And when they to thl come, ,
iv 'l'ra'.ei oblcum'!
MR. GUNN.
How Ho Took Smith's Life
(l'hiliete,hla Bull" till )
'l ife Hie insurance attent, llenjmuln P.
(iiinn, the o'.her day, heard that old .Mr.
Smith had no Insurance upon his life; so
Uti tin concluded to drop in to ieo him.
.Smith had no acquaintance with (iiinn, and
when the latter entered the ultlce he In
troduced himself by ayliig;
.Mr. Smith, I called In e II 1 could lake
vour life."
Wh wh what d'vou snv eolaliued
Sin lib. In ome alarm.
"I say that I've come to take your life.
Mv name is (luun. As toon as 1 beard you
were unprotected, that you had nothing on
your life, 1 lhout;ht I would just run In and
fettle the thing for you at once."
Then Smith go' "P and went to iha other
(hie of the table, aud said to himself:
'It's a lunatic who has broken out of the
asjlum. He'll kill me it I holloa or tun.
I niu-t humor him."
fJThcn Mr. flunn, tumlillng lu liH pocket
after hU mortality Ublea, followed Smith
around the room and -aid to him:
"You can elr.oie your own plan, you
know. It's Immaterial to me. Some like
one wiy, und sonio like another. It's a
matter oi tate. Which do you prefer;"
"I'd rather not die at all," said Smith, lu
depalre.
"Hut you'vu got to die, of courc,'' said
(Suun, "that's a thing thcro is no choice
about. All I can do Is to make death easy
fur you; to make ynu leel happy as you go
off. Now, whl:h plan will you take!1"
"Couldn't you postpone It until to-nior"
row, hi as to give me liuiu to tlilnkl"
"No; I prefer to take you on the spot.
I might as well do it now as any other
time. You have a wife and children?'
"Yen, aud 1 think you oufc'ht'.to have some
consideration for thet.i aud let mo oil."
"Well, that's a curious kind of an argil
tuaut," said Guun. "When 1 take you
your Isnilly will be perfectly protected, o(
com sc. and not otherwise."
H"Hut why do you want toumrdorme?
"Murdcryoul Jluidcryou! Who In the
thunder's talking about murdering you?''
"Why, didn't you my "
"1 called to get you to take nut a life In
Mirancc policy, and I''
"Oh, you did, did you?" said Smith, slid
denly becoming licrce. "Well I ain't ;
going to do It, and I want you to skip out
of thlsolllce, or I'll brain you with tho
poker. Couio now, skip',"
Then Mr, (luun withdrew without selling
a policy, and Smith is still uoinsurod.
Suranor'a Propltotlo Fioturo.
'KroiiiHiuiiiur's Senate Speech in Wi )
See, for one moment, how pernicious
mint he the Tresldcntlal ex-ample. Kirst
lu place, his personal liilliicnce Is far reach
ing beyond that of any other citizen.
What he does, others will do. What he
fall fo do, others will fall to do. Uis stand.
j W(, ot conauct wlll b0 ftCooptP(li ot ,enst bJ.
his political supporters, Ills measure of
,,,1:,s,r,;,lml,,,l,ken"N,trb'Llnu
pattern for (he country. If he aipolnts
relation lo otllce and repays Kill? by official
utroi,age, making hi! l'reldenc) "a great I
Kill enterptlae." iny not every ortue-hold.
et do llkenitc, each in bl3 rp'ure, that
nepotlm und ellt-taklng otticlillr toinpen
taled will be enerl, ami vl't enterpiltes
U uiultlphe 1 indefinitely in Die puh'.lc
lettlce; It Lo tresiU hit tnit - a p'ay.
thing and a peuuilsile, why tn.i nat ever)
odi"-holder do the tamer II be
ftateinloj with jobber and Hif-ian,
where litha limit to tho denruraliratlon
thatmii't euiue N'cccj'arlly the public
nervier take It- character from In elected
chief, and the whole country tefledt the
l'refldent. Hit example l a law. Hut a
bad fXmp!emnl be corrected ai a Lid
l-.w.
I'oriiua Flaalrr
Thirty years no tic ItittnVr I'nrnin
I'lintcrs "uperfciTi'd nil other planter,
ii ml to n tlcjiref, lltilineiitii anil ntlicr ex
ternal remedies. Shire tlicil It hn held
IU prominence, until recently, when the
old rubber compound lias been ftreatly
Improvcil In ileii'on's Cnpcluc l'orou
riaster, lu various way..
First, Hy trentliiff tlni rubber that
It rontalns more eleetrielty than fiirm
erly. .Se-coml, Hy tin; aildltion of eapclne, a
powerful stimulant, which eaii-os the
plaster to act itntneiliately nml greatly
increiifeii Its clllcacy ami tt.elultie.ss
making It the best remedy known for
colds, rheuniatl-m, Iaiiieiiei of the back
and tnutclci, kidney complaint, etc.
The manufaeturcra arc pleased to hear
that there is a lar-fecla-i ot'con.sciciitloiis
drufKliits. who, having' Ijccotne con
vincctl of the yreat merit of ltcnson's
Capclne riatur, unhesitatingly recom
mend It to the public. Of .such are K.
Dreher, Newark, N. J. ; Charles
Althatn slid M. M. Cook, Brook
lyn, X. V. ; SoinuRT, I.lnds &
Co.. Qulncy, llli. : JJobert i'owcri.
Hlclitnond, Vn.: K. ,1 Harte, Now Or
leanp, La., Guilick & Herry, Tcrre Haute
Intl., who gay "thu result Irom the
iales ol llenson'a Capclno l'laster. here
(Tcrre Haute) has convinced tts that it
is tar superior to ordinary Porous Pias
ter," and XV. T. Welter, SprlnjjileUl,
Mas.. who says, "they seem tocou-tltute
an advertising medium of themselves
when Introduced. Send tnc four gross
Immediately."
The manufacturer- alo regret to learn
that druggists, in some instances, acting
from ecunlary motives, as though the
retail price ot Henson's Capclne Is the
same as ordinary Porous Plasters, the
cost to them is somewhat higher, have
uswl their iuiiucnco to (icrsuaue custo
mers who ask for Henson's Capclne to
substitute some other article tor them.
He sure von irct Henson s Capclne
ami no other article for tlicui. He sure
voti get Henson a Capclne and no other.
'rice, 2.) c-ents.
Seahury & Johnon. Pharmaceutical
ChemMs. X. V. To be obtained, for
twenty-live cent, of Harclay Hros., Cairo,
Illinois.
iMii-lm iKvwMM)
TliimkN from I lie Depth or (lie
Wkm.ixhton, Lokian Co., 0,,
August 24, 1874. i
Dr. It. V. Pierce. Itiioalo, Newaorkt
Dkak but lour medicines, tioluen
.Medical Discovery, Dr. Sage's Catarrh
iJejieuy have proveu ot tue greatest ser
vice to me. Six inoiitlis aL'o no one
thought that 1 could possibly live long.
I haifa complication ot diseases scrofula,
manifesting Itself in eruptions and great
blotches on my head that maue sticn
sores that I could not have my hair
combed without causing me much suller-
IiiLr : also causlutr swollen "lauds, tonsils
enlarged, enlarged or "thick neck," and
largu nmt numerous uon. i aisosuuereu
from a terrible chronle catarrh, and in tact
I was so diseased that lite wa a burden
to uie. I had tried many doctors with no
benellt. I dually procured one half dozen
bottle ot your lioiucn .victueai uiseovery
and one tloeu Sage's ( atarrh
Heincdv aud commenced their
me. At llrst I was badlv dis
couraged, but alter taking four bottles of
the Discovery I iiesran to improve, ami
when 1 had taken the remaining I was
well. In addition to the use of Discovery
I ami ed u solution of Iodine to the
goitre or thick neck, as you advise lu
pamphlet wrapping, and it entirely dis
appeared. Your Discovery Is certainly
the most wonucritti dioou tneuiciue ever
Invented. 1 tliauk God and you, from
the depths of my heart, for the h-reat
good it has done me.
, vij imi-iuij , Jin-, i .. .-
Most lnedlcenes which are advertl-etl
as blood purillers aud liver medlvlnes
contain either mercury, In some lorm, or
pota-Iuin and Iodine variously combined.
All of these agents have strong tendency
to break down the blood corpuscles, and
debilitate mid otherwise nermatieiltly in
jure the human system, anil should there
fore he discarded. lr. Tierce's
Golden .Medical Discovery, on
the other hand, be iil' compo-eii
ot the lluld extracts of native plants,
barks and roots, will In no ease ptonuce
injury.lts elleets being strengthening mid
curative only. Sarsaparllla, which lucil
to enjoy ((tutu a reputation as u uiuuu
purlller, Is it remedy ol thirty years ago,
and may well give place as it Is doing, to
the more noslllve and valuable egetuulo
alternatives which later medical Invest I-
tlon and discovery has brought to light.
In Scrofula or King's Evil, White Swel
lings, Ulcers. Kryslpelas, Swelled Neck,
Goitre, Scrofulous Inilainatlons, Indolent
Iiithmiiittoii. Metciirial nll'ectlons, Old
Sores, Krtiptlons of the Skin ami Sore
Jvj'CS lis III ail oilier uiuuu uiscuscs in.
IMerce's Golden Medical Discovery has
shown its great remedial powers, curying
the most obstinate and Intractable cases.
Sold hv all dealers In medicines.
('.'")-:i-2S.lw-dW.
11a(!an's.M.iisoli a Hai.m preserves and
restores the complexion ; removes I'reek
i..i inn mid siillowucss ; makes the sklu
soil, white ami delicate. Its application
cannot he detected. jMU-dA Wiy.
f.vnv'4 ivAiiiAiiiii.v makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents Its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 10 years. Is charmingly perfumed, .
aud has no rival. iHo-ditwly
.
iVSALVfe
f UTUjjVJj
iBt IaB.lUMr.Uil
im m4 iK4itir
lounw
mr BURNS, BOILS, OORNB,
BUNIONI
umiii
preMtauSir
rsrasss
Barclay Bro's.,
Wholesale Druggists
CAIRO, ILLS.
ii-1.
Mil
tlu te,ui,oi, r,r"aij
Co, uf DcuteiB a,,, cunt
V.tRir.TV NTORK.
New-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.'
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 19th St. and Comtnorcia A
CMKO. ILLINOIS
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
l.M'HA.4't:.
C. N. HUGHES,
(lelieral
Insurance Agent
OFFICE:
OXZIO XjE"7"jESE.
Over Mathmi Jt Chl'i.
NOSK. hut rirat-Clans Conipanlrii reprv
eeutcd.
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 18fi8.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
General
Insurance Agents
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Baak Building, np-itairi.
The OldtatEetabllahed Aa-ency In South
trn IlUnole, rapreaentlni; oyir
tes ooo ooo
COHMIKNIOft MMli:HA.Ml.
E, .1 Ayrca.
AYRES
S. I). Ayim
CO.
6c
XPXjOTJX.
Anil Ktncrut
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEL.
P. CUHL,
Kxolusivc
Flur Merchant
AMI
Millers' Agent.
No hi Ohio l.cue,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
7 1 o t r.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealer in
LUMBER,
All klnJa hard ami olt,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, Sic.
Mill and Yard,
Uornor Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
Ohio Lovoo.
WIIOIXNALK 4JKO'i:itN.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-And
Commission Merchants
ACJKNTa AUKHIOAN POWDKR CO
57 Ohio aLevoo.
Q. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dealer In
BOAT STORES,
Commission Merchant,
No. 7tt OHIO LEVEE.
i
ai'KCIALatlentloi Blviti tocoiisU'iuiiciitsaml
p mitrut onlfrs
WOMAN'S
CURATIVE INSTITUTE,
No. 314 N. 11th Street, St. toula,
Mis. K. A. l.UTZ, M, 1. (In cliaiise).
Fml stiinp
Ainiib' aoeommodatlnns ami Iri'iilineiil. Only
IcVkiI r c in Hi very valuable Kncclllcij. f ri....,l
Riire "r l'iui,ltliiiiiatliiiaii'l NeroirillMisv
SiaratitMsl. ' llnles l.ioilcliilc. Tor cliciihir,
.li."-il,Vllll
NO. 85.
BOBBINS'
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO ILL'
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSIOAL MERCHANDISE OP
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET. DAVIS & CO.'S
FX .A TXT OS
Of World wido Reputation.
AcknoHleild'st by ll Rood Mm'clans to be the
iK'ft I'lniio now tiiie'e.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which we have sold owr 4W during
twelve Years past. becouiitiK noru and more
popular every day.
SMITH'S AMERICAN OIUUN,
Splendid tone, Tower aud Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very lino Instrument, adapttd to Instru
mental as well as vocal ntlle.
AM, TDK AllOVK AUK OmUtKl) ON
Kay Monthly Payments, at low figures
regardless ot List Trices.
SHEET MUSIC
In great variety, Including atilhc new
and popular music ot the day.
Orders from the Country
promptly tilled and sell
ny man.
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACCORMMS, CLARINETS
FLUTES,COLOS
TMtlBORINES
FKKNCH llAlti'.S, KTC, ETC.
Band Instruinonta of all Kinds
Kurr.lsbcd to Order.
tTHINOS VOH VIOLINS, OUITARO, KTC
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Cuiro. Illinois.
VOAI..
Coal Coal.
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MT. CARBON(Blg Mudily)
AN II
PEYTONA .CANNEL
COAL!
Orclors for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogshcada, for shipmont,
Di-omptlv uttondod to.
jaaVTo largo consumers and all
aianufaoturors, wo aro proparpd
to Btipply any quantity, by tho
uor.tn -r year, in uniform ratos.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
rfllidllday Itro 'solllce, No, "U OldoLevw.
ifS-lI'dri'lay Hro.'a wharf boat.
j-.tl.itlitlaii Mills, or
EJ-At thuL'ual Dunip, foot ot Toll ty-Klkbl
rut
Wl'ost Olllrc Drawer.
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Illinois.
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fulllllcd Its uilmlon, and that tho Demo
cratic party as now organized iboulu be re.
stored to power.
It bcliuvos tho Itadlcal tyranny that ha
fer several years oppressed the ttoutli
should be overthrown and the people cl the
Southern States permitted to control then
own affairs.
11 believes that railroad corporation
hhould bo prohibited by Ifgialatlve etacti
mints from extortinc and unjimtly dsecrim
inatlng In their business transaction! wits
ttie public.
It recognizes the equality ol all men
tore the law.
It advocates free commerce tart 11 lo:
revenue only.
It advocates resumption of specie ;Hy.
meet, and honest payment ol tho public
debt.
It advocates economy in the administra
tion ot public aflalrs .
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ol Cairo, and a vartotr of Commercial, Po
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