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M4la( Mutter oh BrcrT
Tkr MrUI rail f WllM tlrw
Tin NitlonsI nraofUc Committee, to
wtiotn It ilrlpffatnt the power of tlxln tlio
time nil pUrcof IinKlliifrtlie Nlnnnl Dew.
orttl;onvtntlon ol 1870, livc appointed
TiirsiWy, Hie ttventy-stvetitU day uf .tunc
LUt, uood.m tbe time, and trlcrlcd St.
Louis tb ilre of liuldln;: llrh i-nnvr!.-tiou.
Knell State will lie political to reprefii
tttlon e'Ul to double tde number l It
ttnators tnd ri-preentutlvr In the con
gren of tbe United Sute and the terri
tory of C'olorndo, whoo adiuli'Ion In Jul'
uniSUte will girt It tote la tin' next
electoral college, l.ilo Invited to tend del
vjrte to the convention.
Democratic, Conservative and other .rill
zeniotthe I'alted .State, Irrespective of
past political nocUtlnn, ilelriii to co
operate with the Democratic party In Ita
prevent eltort and nhject", aie cordially In
vited to join In "ending delegate to the
national convention. Co-opcratlon U ale
sired from all person who would change
an admtnlftrttloa that In ttitlcred the
putillc aredlt to become and remain Inferior
to other and !et favored nttlons ; 1ms per
mitted commerce tu lie taVcn away by for
elge power ; hat Hilled trade by unjust,
unequal ami pernicious Icyls'atlon; lias
Imposed iinuni.il taxation and rendered It
most bur.isBc.ome j lu thinned growing
proipcrlty Into wlilera.-aal pufferim; and
waat; Ins squandered the public moneys
recklessly aoal alctitnily, and t-lianieles-ly
uicd the power that hould lute bean s.vllt
to punMi crime, to protcet it,
For these and'ollicr rvjon the n.itiunnl
Democratic ptlty deem the puld'n- ilmi-cr
Imminent, and earnestly ilonnm uf saxiir-
inj to our country the Itle-xln ol" an
economical, pure and tree jL.-oviiniii.iit,
cordially Imlte the co-opcr.itloti of their
fellow-citizen In the etloit to attain till
Thomas A. Walker. Alabain i.
Frank McCanpIn, California.
William 11. liainuin, Connecticut
Charles lit ntcn, Delaware
Charles II. I) ke, lloriala.
A. R. J-auton, (icorula.
Cyrus 11 McCoruiiek.lllinoK
M. M. Ham, Iowa.
Isaac E. Katun. lanra.
Henry J). .Mcllenry, KcUUcky.
Henry D. Ojrden. l.ouUiiia.
I. . D.M. Sweat, Maine.
A. Leo Kuott. Maryland
WilHam A. Moore. Ml:bli'aii.
William Lotlircn, .Minnesota.
J. U. Sharpe, Slisslsslppl.
.Ino. (i. 1'iiest, Mi.oiiri.
Geo. L. Miller, Nebraska.
Tlio.. II. William;, Nevada.
M. V. B. Kdgerly, New Hampshire.
Thco. K. Kandolp'j, New Jersey.
U. W. ltansom, North Carolina',
John O. Thompson, Ohio.
J auic K. Kfllcy, Oregon.
James I'. Harr, I'euusvlvanla.
Mcholas VanMyck, llhode Island.
Thoi. Y. Slmont, Bouth Carolina.
William II. Hate, Tennessee.
K. S. Stockdilc. Texts.
II. H.Smallcy, Vermont.
John Blair Hoge. Wet Virginia.
Oeorge II. I'aul, Wisconsin.
Thomas M. Patterson, Colorado.
AUGUSTUS SCHEUa, New York,
r KUDRtCK O. I'lttNCK, Masicliu.ett,
8e i-retary National Democratic Com.
asiiinotox. February 22. lKu.
Why h It that the men, women mid
children of Paducali abandon the side
walks and perform the ealled-for pedes
trianUm directly In the middle of the
atreets: It is true that they are hut
rarely required to turn aside on account
of a passing dray or wagon ; but there
mu-t lc a better reason than that.
Illlox. Mits. Jon.', Vouxn HitowN was
much more ik-eply affected hy the vote of
censure passed upon her husband by (lie
last.ltadical congress than Mr. B. was
himseir. Although in the heat of debate
.Mr. Y. used very strong, and somewhat
personal language, the aflront did not
call for a vote of censure. The resolu
tion was adopted during a hurrah and
confusion that cut off both thought and
inquiry. This fact is indicated In the
vote to expunge, which was unanimous.
Mrs. Young has dried her tears, and is
now, after a year of humiliation, a hap
py woman again.
Is a paragraph in Wednesday's Bulu .
tin we referred to the Louisville Couritr
Journal as "a paper published under the
roof of a gorgeous pile that grew out of
a stupendous lottery swindle." Wc were
quoting from the columns of a sheet
whose editor is much embittered against
the C'.-J., and, through inadvertency
which wc cannot now explain, not only
misplaced our quotation mark-, but omit
ted to Mate, as wc intended to stale, the
animus ot the slander. We have too ex'
alted an opinion of the t'.-j. as paper,
and of its proprietors s gentlemen, to
make bticli dciuiiiatlou our own, or to
give utterance to a tingle unl that
might be confined Into a iclVtthm upon
either the paper orlU propiletoi ..
SoMKimxi over a w ago, Hon
lohti Young Brown, of Kentucky. c.a-
iieraieu Dcyoutl all endurance, by the ic
pcatcd insults hc;ipci I upon him hy the
cock-eyed calumniator or MasNiehu-ctts,
ictoitcdliia maimer that Mirlv llavcd
the "Bcat" alive Too cowardly," or
Iccling their inability to ,ohj with the
urouwd Kcnluekiaii, tlj uWlti t.n
largely llcpublicau, p.iiHd a oi; ol (.en
sure upon Mr. Voting, embodying ) ulc
ie.olutlou the declaration that heh.ul iu
dulled In prcvaiicatiou when questioned
by the chairman, Hun. Jauu; (J.BIah.c.
Mr. Y. then and theio made all the ri
puratlonthat should have- been asked;
but the oppoi tunliy to ''huiiiiliale an un
lepentaut rebel," was offcicd, mid the
House hastened to employ it. .Subse
quently Mr. Hale, of New York, the
mover ot the resolution, uildacd Mr.
"Vo.u,gtt le,Ur,iu which he counted
that he had greatly wronged hlm.and
expreaaed the I.oiki that he ould le
able to do konicthiug In the wav of
toncmetit. But the reeoid htood," u.,.
touched, until a lew day Ugo. Mr. I,a
ruar moved that It he expunged. Mr
Ulalneapoke to the motion, paulng a
high compliment upon Young; and
when the yotc was taken there was not a
J illfoniliiK voire. Ajnl mow, out (torn
under tin shadow of Hint rlotiil -n cloud
that should never linsv "lowered over''
hint, Hruwii N lilniH'Ifnuiiln.
homi:iiiim; frkmii amis he
Kvcry utnJcpmvetl Intellectual atom
aelio In the country fwl n retelling. now
at the mere niciitlon of the Hecdier-TII-ton
sr.nnlal, Inn Mich la not altogether
the cw In referi'lic" In Hip prmling tlht
lietwi-en the Plymouth power, and the
ilarlnj,' P. I. .Miinltnri. 'I'lils noblf Spar
tan Hill not Ik-crnslied. .Nerviil dy the
sympathy of ihenutide world, he aland
Lefort' I'lyinoiith and all it nealthVtnd
power, and defies llieiu to do their worl'
i.'onllilenl of I he ground he ha taken
knowlfiff Henry Ward Beeclicr to be n
perjured man and ndespollerof woman'
virtue, .Mr. Moultou ha tihmltted to
hltn thce propoltion: That the tue
tlon of Mr. .' Riillt, shall lie jiiibmltted.
flrM, to a jury selected hy the ordinary
mode; or secondly, that 1'rHdcnt Wool
wyjof Yale college, feleet the jury; ort
third, that Deacon (ieo. V. ltoblnon, of
l'lymouih church, whom' Mr. Ileeciier
declared on oath to l "I he excellent ol
earth," make the selection ; or fourth,
that Hecdier name otic man and .Moultou
another, these two to select a third ; and
all these plans failing (llfth)
that llccclicr'4 attorney Shearman,
and his brother Kdward, select
Mx men, and Moultou choose two men
who shall select the remaining six ; and
all thcc piopo-dllons falling, to resort to
any nieaii- the Ingenuity of man can dc
viftj that will H'curu u fair unit Impartial
trl.il of Ihcijitcstiuus at Is-ue.
It N caicely ncecJsaiy to ay that
liccclier. eon-cioiH ot hU guilt, will ghc
lietu to no ptoposllioii that Mr. Moul
toiuiin niiikf. lie lore-ccs that a dial
to which Moiillou Ua parly, would mil
hcauolhcrdc.il with Til ton ; htitn strug
gle wild a dctci milled man, who U
coii-ciou of the rectitude of hN ptu po-e.
Vo tn:h ha.atil villi be tikcu by Mr.
Itceclter. lie r-UunU in his pulpit, his
.otil blackened by the clinics of perjury,
adultery and hypotriy ; but what care
he so lung at '.lie wealth, the Itcatity and
the influence Kpioentcd by Plymouth
church lie at hh reel hi absolute adora
tion'? lint Moultou ulll trap him yet
4'AIHO A ltl'KIIK.-Tlli: WOIIU l.
It strike- many of our eitl.ctis as "cu
rious" that, although the price ol real
property has declined, under the prcs-
ure ol heavy taxt-, lully lilty ih.t cent,
or more, rents remain at a tlgure that
ftirui-h a fair icttirii upon the original
Invcstiiicnt. The sceniln" nanidox is ex
plained in the cause of the decline. The
taxes ami insurance upon Kuprovcd prop
erty absorb quite all that the owner can
obtain as rent, and consequently he is
out of pocket" the Interest on the
money he may have invested and ids
outlays on account ot repairs. For this
reason the man who rents a home enjoys
the property at a less cost titan the uiau
who owns one. Ami for the same reason
many sue anxious to sell, and nobody
seems dlpo-cd to buy. Under audi a
condition of things It would be "curious"
If rents were not well maintained, and
property were not held loosely at very
Understanding the cause of this con
dition, we are not, ol course, at a
loss tor a remedy. The de
sired equilibrium can only be re
stored by throwing oil about four
of the seven jer cent, of our, taxes. Un
in me oilmen is lessened we can expect
no substantial prosperity; those men
who own the mo-t taxable property will
be the worst oft ; many citizens will be
wholly unable to meet so heavy a levy,
and unless they can avoid tlte payment
ora large portion of it, they must suffer
the alternative of seeing their homes pass
lo the ownership of the State ; no man
cn respond to such an exliorbltant de
mand from the profits of legitimate and
ordlnarly prosperous business and
euery business man who meets
It, will bo placed upon the ;amc
looting occupied by those who operate
solely upon cnpltal borrowed at n high
rate ot Interest. These are hut a few of
the evils; but even these will work out
our complete ruin and overthrow, unless
they nrc cured, and that right fieedlly.
The Citlcns' association have under
taken the cure, and, as every cltieu is to
ucdecplynficetedbythe result, the citi
zen who stands alool, and rcluscs to lend
a reasonable help, is, in Ills right of citl-
WIS AT HIM. CAIIIU IMS 7
We -ce ti oiii the Pat is, ( IVnu.,) Inlelli.
fffiic thai ti,,. Mirey ol the Cairo and
Temicsi.cu river railroad tiolu P.uls
lo the Tcimes-ce riser lias bicn coui
plcted, It now remains to survey
only that portion ot the lo.id between
Mnyiield and Cairo, which will be done
as foou as the means can be rai-cd. niro's
pot lion lias been .sub.;cr!beil, e.eept
eighty-lho dollar s Major Syken will bo
here again, soon, to see if tti:t aiiiiiuut
ciiuuot be raited. Wc will not allow our
selves to think that Caiio will refuse, to
tiiako iipthatlnslguilicaiitilcllcil. This
eiglily-live dollarvs tub.ciibeil, tlio first
Important step inward building the load
will bo taken. Wo are not without hope
that our capitalists may l Induced lo
t.tku hold of the project mid put It
through. We liavobccir bitten by invest,
uieiits in railroad enterprises ; but surely
to4 1 milling through such a rich conn
try, with uch vailed resources and pro
ductions, and which will cost only $10,.
000 per mile, inu-t pay, if properly man
aged. Vt e learn Hut It Is probable the
roid will be m umlL.,. couiract
Paris to the Kentucky line this summer.
it tue Cairo and Tennessee rler rn.
road can bo built trom Cairo to l,.rU.
Tciiuessce, it will turn a lanro nor.
"on or me traue oi mat hluhlv rirodni-
live region towards Cairo, Wlieit, cot
ton and , tobacco arc their main crops.
Can we not make Cairo their trading
Point V Is not tills a prize worth strut.
irlltiK for': b
O.vllio '.'Mil Inst., tlui iVmocratlcedl
tnr. ol Illinois, or so many as ma)" feel so
Ineliiied, will meet at the Sherman
house, In Chicago, to pass the political
situation In review, and to take such
steps lib may be thought best calculated
to promote the .Interest of the party.
We Miotild lie pleased to meet our
"flicker'' cotemporarlcs. and pais the
compliments of the season ; hut we take
It that, whatever may he the programme
adopted, every member of the conference
will, on his return home, be governed by
circtimslanrcs, yield to the necessities of
the situation, or do exactly as ho pleases,
Kdltotlal conferences and conventions
am pleasant all'airs, socially considered ;
but we.have never been d.i?lcd by the
brilliancy of their achievement.'. P. S.
The conference, governed by ttlo
counsel, prophetic lorccast. and a sincere
desire to succeed, will, ol course, agree
that Judge David Davis is the man to
bear the Democratic colors through the
eomlns; presidential contest.
Thirty thousand us received tit the
Fresh arrival ol a very large aort
merit ol ladles' and gents' kid glove at
.1 Burger & Co. :i-'Jl-tl
I.lnen fibre, plate finish, letter and note
paper at the Bt'i.i.iiTiv olllee. Blue and
cream laid, below St. Louis prices.
SJiithuierc Ijirraiuid Xrllingii.
Cashmere lace and netting, a splendid
assuitmcnt, certain to please the ladies',
Just In, at J. Burger & Co. .'l-l'l-lf
I hacju-t received ten head of horses.
Anybody wishing a good and cheap
Imrsucall and see then. i. ll.uii.M.t.v.
."li-lt Cor. Otis and Commercial Ave.
Mr. James Clalley. the champion
gralucr of the country, Is stopping at II.
Abie's paint shop, on Seventh street.
Order- solicited. .vo.;it
A beautiful line of new embroideries
ju.-t received by the recognized "embroid
ery house" of Cairo J. Burger it Co.
Ladies' liucu and alpaca suits, hcauli
lull) made and tyllshly trimmed, for
sale at J. Burger tt o'.-. These uits
ate selling a- low as material eau lie
bought in this city. Call and see them.
Burger & fo. have a beautiful assort
ment of dress goods ot all kinds, and
ilks. hummer silks us low a sixty cents
pcryard. These arc splendid bargains.
Call and see them before tlieru-li.
Ilnrrnli Inr Ilnlile.
Sleeping carriages and prcainhulators.
for babies ol all sizes, at prices ranging
from $S M tof25, nt Wm. Klchhoirs fur
niture laetory, corner Seventeenth street
nnd Washington avenue. t-U-lin
uo you Know mat J. mirgcr it to. are
in receipt of a magnificent line ol carpets
and oil clothes, all the very latest styles
ami designs The first arrival of the sea
son. Stop in and examine their stock.
tlvtsla Furiiikliluir flood.
J. Burger A Co., have added to their
stock tills sprinir one of the finest selee
nons or gents' riirnisliing goods ever
brought to this city, (ieiitlemcu are In
vited to call and examine goods M-fore
For a clea.: shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to J.
Oeorgu Stelnhoiue on F.ighth street,
Alexander County Bank building. Ills
shop is always neat ; his towels always
clean ; his assistants always polite, and
his tables covered with the latest daily
papers, lor the benefit of hi customers.
lint received, a large stock ol Shaw's
Refrigerators, and White Mountain triple
motion, ic cream freezers ; also a largo
supply of wire ncreen cloth for doors
.mil windows, all at rock-bottom prices,
c. W. 1Ii:niii;iiso.v.
Corner I'Jth street and Commercla
Note Time nml Money.
The Cairo nnd Vinceniies railroad Is
twelve hours shorter than other route In
the Centennial. Passengers by tills road
save sleeping car expenses by having
mly one night's r ide, leaving alro at ."i
a. m ; take bitaklast next nionilii" at
Pittsburg, and supper at Philadelphia or
New York only thiity-.-cvcn hours out
Ironi Cairo. Tickets lor sale by all
Roller lo ShliM'r.
I expect to bo uwuylioui the t il for
some time, and during my ah-ence. Mr.
N . J Bobbins 1- duly authorized to rep.
r esent rue as agent of the "Key Line."
MO-lw. W. P. WniiiHi.
May Huh, ISM.
For the jdacc to buy lumber cheaply,
go to .1. S. McGahcy, corner of Twcu
tleth Mtieet and Washington avenue,
where lie Is locating lili new lumber
yards, and dining the month
be prepared lo furnish all LhriLs
of building material. He also ol
fcr.s 50,000 lect of assorted lumber af the
Wall Knt mills, from s, $o. Jiland
$l per tliousand. Also, 'JO.000 feet ol
Mooring, siding, and surfaced lumber at
correspondingly low prices. The lumber
being htalued more les- trom the
latuslpo water, lie oilers it at the above
lo,v prices. Parties In need of lumber
will savu money by giving lain a a call.
Terms cash, unless by special arrange
The imderslgned Is prepared to pump
out and repair cisterns or build now ones
on short notice and at satisfactory prices.
1, S. Hawki.sk,
23 and 21 Cedar street. Postolllec box
HftrliM l,n Mils Week.
I will sell the lolluw lug goods lor one
half their actual value. I have Just pur
chased and received a huge assortment ol
seasonable goods nt a bankrupt sale, and
'o have them go oil' rapidly 1 will sell
them lor less than manufacturer's prices.
The stock consists ot the following de
Ladles Slippers nnd Newport Ties;
Ladles' 5de ,aee Kid (i.illcr-;
Ladles' Side Lace I loth Halters;
Men's Calf Cnngrc-s and Broadway
A Full Assortment ol lliess (ionds;
NcwSI.Wct fallen ;
nnd a large usrirttiietit of Hamburg Kdg
Men's and Bnj V dollilng. Asloiil-h-higly
Mens' White am) oloied Shirls.
I respectfully invite the public to come
nnd examine for iIiciiiecIm'S. as It is Im
possible to doserllie theiii. Come early
Ifyou want bargjilns, astliey will go oil'
lively. )s, Hautmas,
Cor.Sixlh and romminerci.il avenue.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lauds, Cairo lots,
In exchange for St. Louis property.
The south hall of the Pilot" house at
Cottage on Ninth Street, west of Wal
nut street, SI.'W.
Cottage on Fourteenth street, ivc.-t
of Washington avenue, Sdl
Saloon and fixtures, southwest corn
er Klghteeiilh -trtet and Commercial
avenue, at a bargain.
CottagC'Oii Twelfth street, west of
Commercial avenue, $10.
Dwelling lioii-e on Cro-s sltcet, west
ol Washington avenue.
Business hoit-e on Leveeslreet, above
A good collage on Twenty-Ninth
-trect, near Commercial avenue.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
next to Waver ly hotel, ?10.
Cottage of I rooms on Twenty-third
street. $15, flood yard ami ei-tern.
(.Snod dwelling hou-e on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twcnty-th'rd
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Poplar streets, $12 50.
Store room adjoining above,
House on Walnut street, near Center
pleasant premises, $12 50.
llou-o on Commercial avenue, near
Bith street. Suitable for bti-inc.ss and
Tenements numbered 7, s and
0, Winter's Bow. 5 rooms each for $10
lcr month. Will bo put in llrst-ela-s
Store room in "Pilot House," lately
occupied fcy A. llalley.
Dwelling house on Sixth street and
Jcll'er.-oii avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses, ueni low, to a goon leu int.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a mouth.
Booms tu various parts of the city.
Lands, in tracts to suit, near Cairo.
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO.
JON VKYANCEXB, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land AgenU of the Illlnola Central and
Burlington and Uulncy B. B.
Business House lately occupied by
Wood Blttenhouse & 'o,, on Levee be
low 14th street. Bent very reasonable.
Dwelling house, 7 rooms; 10 lots
enclosed, in good order, on Twenty-
fourth and Walnut streets. Bent low to
a good tenant.
Two tenements on wc-t side of Com
mercial nvenue near Flflli street, suitable
lor shop and dwelling. Bent for each, $8
Dwelling house, 5 rooms, on Fifth
trcet near Walnut, in good repair. Bent
$12.50 per month.
-Cottage, 2 rooms and kitchen,
Twenty-first street, near Sycamore
north side. Bent $5, per mouth.
Two small houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth and Popiilat. Bent low.
-Basement of brick building, west side
of Washington avenue near Kightecnth
street, live rooms in good coiiditlonl
-Building on ca.-l side of Comincrcla
avenue, near Tenth .-licet, suitable, for
carpenter shop. Cheap tent.
-Building on west side of Commercial
ivcniic, near' Twelllh street, Old "Chi
lian." Bent very low.
Tenements, olllce.s iind rooms in vari
ous iaeation.s. Bents low.
Lots and lands for sale or lease.
John v. IIauman it Co.,
Beal Lslatu Agents, corner Sixth and
Levee streets. I5-15.f
-By all means buy your shoes ot O,
Haythorn & Co. .I O-Dt
Buy your sun umbrellas ol l. Hay-
thorn & Co. o-tKIt
Hosiery, gloves, ties, corscsts, etc., at
Jobbers' prices. Si uaiit & Urrot.sox.
Forji good linen orpapercollargo to
'"Ht O. llAVIIlOII.V.V Co.
A. 1!.u.i.kv. A llnclot of table and
pocket cutlery, als0 spade, shovels
lroes, rakes, lorks.axes and a general line
of hardwaro Just received by A. Hullcy,
115 Commercial avcnito 2-18-;iru.
Lancaster & Blee have just received
100,000 pluo shingles from tlio Michigan
pineries; also 100,000 cypress Milngle
arid all kinds of doors, sash, dressed
lumber nnd building material-all lor
sale very low. Yard and olllee, cornur
of Sixteenth street nnd Commercial avc
Which Nlmll I l nlte?
This I olten n scilous ouoMlmi with
the invalid, lie finds the market Hooded
with proprietary medicine., scores of
which tire recommended n certain cures
for hi peculiar ailment. He reads the
papers, circulars, and almanacs, nnd
finds each Misalncd by plausible argu
ment sclting forth its virtue and spi
cule action. I'he recommendation mr
a strong lor one as fur another. The
cure claimed to have been wrought hy
one men wonderful a thoe claimed to
have been wrought by another. In hi
perplexity and doiibl, the siill'erci- Is
sometime t( to 1 eject all.
But it should be borne in mind Unit
this condition of things is one tint cannot
In- remedied. In a land where filiate
free, the good - the truly valuable must
eome into competition with the vile and
worthles.s.aiul must be brought to public
notice hy the same Instrumentality,
which Is mlrfrtiihiii. In such n case, pi r
hap the only nb-nlute proof that a
remedy Is what It claim to be. I to try
It. The "lest of a pudding i thcentlug
of It." "Prove nil thing, hold fast that
which is good." I the apostolic injunc
tion. There may, however, be stronger
presumptive evidence iu favor of one
remedy than theie s hi lavor ol another,
and this should be allowed its due weight.
A due regard to this may save .1 va-t
amount ol experimenting and n iisele-
outlay of money. A 11 presumptive evl-
ilem.0 In favor of Dr. Pierce's
I-'ainllx .Medicines, the proprietor de-
she to say, that they aie prepared by
a new and scientific process by which
the virtues ot the crude plants and roots
are extracted without the Use of a parti
cle of alcohol. Not a particle of this ills-
trojerof our race enters into the coinpo-
Itlou ol either hi (ioldeii Medical Di.
covcry or I'ayoi Uc Prescription. This
coii-idcralion alone ought certainly to
rank- them high above the vile com
pounds saturated with alcohol, Jamacia
nun, sour beer, or v'nnger, which aie
every w hero oll'ercd for sale. Again, t hey
ire ol uniform strength, and their vir
tues can never be Impaired by age. 'Ihcy
are also made f ruin Iresh heibs mid roots.
gathered iu their appropriate season,
when tlie are tlit-li with medicinal prop
erties. In -import ot the.-o claim, the
following testimony I- oll'ercd:
Ni.w Aiiic. N. J.
B. V. i'lunci:, M. I).:
DctrSir: I have sold a great deal ol
your excellent remedies, and I prefer to
sell them hefotc others, because they give
rood satl-laetlon to tlio-u who use them.
I hear such remarks as "S.ige's Beuiedv
completely cured me; it is a splendid
thing ;" or, "Pierce's Discovery Is u-t
what I wanted; I feel better than I
ever did." One of our celebrated singer
nes It tor strengthiug her voice, and says
"there is nothing equals It;" and so I
might give scores of remarks said about
your preparitlous. A colored woman
will nslnif voiii- Dl-enverv. mid nfler ink-.
hi"' three bottles was completely cured
She. behiL' Iu the store, said lo me. "I
don't want 110 doctoi.s 'loiind me so long
n-1 can get thu Dl-eovcry ; It beats all
your doctcrs." An so I might go on.
am, most respectlully, yours,
Aiiia B. CnooKS,
(ientlenicn's summer hat for nha by
O. Haythorn it Co. 5(!-:it
s'liy or S'nirii,
colored and varnished, for sale at hall
price ($2.50) at the Brr.r.rin.v olllee.
JIl. R. II. CANINK,
OrTICK AM IIKSIDKNC V. I.IkIiIIi hlr.fl,
IkIwh-ii Wu-li inptou und iiinmrri'ial AMinif.
wtf I'AII'O, ll.r.S.
xx a. x. nzixissxin
NORTH SWK OF EIGHTH STRKK1
Botween Washington and Oommarclal
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
sr. o. ziuoiisi
BINDER iNI) BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Bulldlnir. Cor. Twelfth Street
and Waaiilneton Avenue,
O(.'oiiiity mid Itullroinl Wnrk u HiJicliiltv
Prinlj1 Tttli7t'.tK-nn,ju'-.'t 1 Pfiili n
K. .1. Aytn. , 1). Ayrc
AYRES ic CO.
No hi Ohio r.im
7 n f CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
BOX and BASKET CO
All klu.lti knl uml sun,)
FLOORING, SIDINQ, LATIT, Sto
Mill atstl Yard,
3owior Thirljr-Fourth Stroot and
J T. WARREN & CO.
Iniporlci J and .Milieu of
Foroiyn Frtiils, Amorican and Enyllsh Pickles, Catsups, Sauces
"'"' ' I'loli, S,-.,U. (J,.,,,,,,,,
Snup Slufls, Cfiiiiliniuiits, Flavoi iiid Exlracls, olc, elc,
Fancy Groceries :.. E'ndlesfj Variety
Ordni-G by Mail Hromplly Atloiulcd lo.
G4 and GO West Second Street, CINCINNATI.
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Cofl'cc,
2,000 hhds Now Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses.
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Sugar,
000 bbls Louisinna Rice,
100 Tierces Carollnr Rico,
500 h'fehs Green and Bl'k Tea.
AMI Ollll.Jt I'lIllDt 1 I.
"onml 7-J V,n) ii-i-i.t. i;iy,.o,
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial Avonuo
AiUarccK 111:11 Ic or) on-liiiiiciit-. Ah-strai-t.
ol Titles imdc, ( 'enwvunrv- at.il
(.'ollcctions attvliilcd to,
ATTKN TION T( Itt Sl.M;' ANI
Auction .""alo Kry Satiinby .Nliiriiiiii,'.
I'AI.XT AMI 1IIS.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Papor, Window aiass, Win
dow Hhadcn, Sic.
Mwnys on liaml, Hit- K-U-brutol llliiinlimtin
Cornur Eleventh Street Bud WauhliiK'
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Whotul ami Uctall Ili-nlrrs in
Foreign and DozuohUo
hi.m:s of am. kiads,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
TKSS'f. SMVTIt . i-r
1VL a larKt- stock of tin- Im-si unni 11. in., m-r.
.""wiin if, i iiiniii.H
THE EN Elil Y OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
Is 1 In- (Iriunl Olil
Which has stood tho test of 40
Thoro is no Horo it will not Iloal,
no uumonens it win not uuro, no
Ache, no Pain, that Aillicts tho Hu
man body, or tho body ot a IXorso
docs not yiold to its magio touch.
ji. uuiuu uunilllK ZDC, ouc. or 151
liaH often saved tho lifo of n Human
Ttnino. nnrl Tloafii.nl tn I .v n...i
Usofulnoss Many 11 Valunblo
St. Oharles Hotol,
PRICEi REDUCED 10 .171? IKE T1HE3
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room und Hoard, tlil Floor $3,00 Per Day
Special Rat on by WoeU or Month.
A lliiilti-il miinUr of uiy ilt-alr.ilito family
looms i-.iu ha siciiinl at ivaoiialilu iiiti-a lov ll.c
Miiiiiiii i monihs
'lliuftt, l.liiu It-Mid tliti l.irci-sl ami In-st iililioliit
til lloiuu In (-oiitl.i ni llllniiiii, ami N tin- h'mluiK
!'.""'.. 1,1 !-'",r."- ''t ItluttuultHK tho "lliil
Itni k" ri'iluclloij in .i1im. Hut lalili- HI,us
lljiial, In-lll'trally Mi.lli with llm ny
ol ew-rylliliiK lli.it can liu loiiml in lnirkit.
Unu laiifi' nample iik.iik lor i-oiniuirclal tray-di-iM,
on Kriiiiml Hour, I'rivol'i-liaiRc.
. T.')1!1 l"'i-'P-';'lKiii'4t'i coiiM-jiil (oamllrom
tlu-lioii-l wltlioiit i liat'Kii.
N, lltliNlret-t, NI. I.oills, Mo,
I-a-adiUKaslalilishment nflhe Wast. 'lIMIAI II.
Nil, DYIMi, Al.TKIiINO, and all kimln o
Jlllllliers' WiuUilonopiomplly, I'liulerlllucks
lursalr, ( haifepald on Kn0'll sent in. Semi
t'd-riiitcn, l-i!'d wlin
Straw I FellMs
Tlio Pooplo's nomody.
Tlio UnivorHnl 1'ninExt notor.
I Note : Ak for Poiid'a Extritot.
Tukc 110 othur.
I "lli-nr furl will iiiU of ixo-lli-nt tlitnxi.'
I Ii'Jurli-Hln Jtun,,r)l,,,,
Slnilif,, .similus, CoiitB
I sions, r Unlocillons.
I riK-liiri-i), t'nu, iMi-trt-
ti or Inclei Wuumls
rili'i-illiii; l.nntt, or
V.IM.a fll.....l .....I (.1 I
Ll lnt I inm A nr '1 ,t.
It Vllllllllllf-fir Sltf.f,. I .....I
" llluwly IllM-luirxrii,
I llliml I'dw, (IiiUIIIMp )
,,,.,,, , , raluU, hwulltil lur-
I' li ( Ittiriiiiimuin, lUmniu
li, I IliU L llesi-lliii)?or.)()n.-n-ii,
tsrirriii's or f-iir-utii4,
l.uiiiluk-i), IjiM.c Hark
Hurt' Tliront ortJuluty,
I tiittnniH 'r'ontlls,
' ll, AVllltllll.
Sur-or InlUihi.l Kt 11
I Iilarilit-u, tlyiftittrr.
Nun- Miil. liiflma
I'iiIiiIiiI or loo I'rufuia
Mltr; I.t-if, Otarian
KliliK.y ' in ilnl 11 f ,
(irnil ami Mra:,irurr
Cliiillnux anil Kicorla
Hons of Infanta, or
SiirlriiM- Vrlna. Kn-
Inviil or Ihf.ainiil Veins
l.'lri-m. OM Hons, Jntir-
liat t'In ralIon.
Itiilln, litiinclm, Ti-
morii, Hot hwtllinif
urns ami llunluns, Clint-
ril or .-orr t n l,
ll'fliiii orU'liitloiv, Kroit-
iit I.tliilm or Parti.
.M iiiiUo lirir. Insift
fclHV, Cliapi'it Ilumla.
SMI.Mr.s i:.'iitA1V uiorsuli uyi.il l lrl
'liii III imkrl-l-.nii.l rcroiiuiii-.iilHl .y
all liruififints, IMiyelrluni, ami -i-ri-ImiiI.V
nliuruiH I'lrr ji-1 It.
l'Minlilel r-ioialnlnt- lllalory ami t,M-sinall-.I
fn-- rSn aiillnitioii, irnot fuiiint at Tour
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
.V- Vurk uml Loudon.
lo r,u want rtuol.3,
I inlj 1...,. Ill .:
irraiili Why llicn iln joii alr inonny on
h.ilnilli.p lrl....l .....1 ... .1 ..if.,..
houavor lliintrr A to. Kilatllaluil In I'ui
V e Milr nil Umli, all koo. ami at lowril
r.ili . n.l liimuiiii-of iIh-m-, 'I rank Kull of
1'iin. I'd How to win n iinurl, fi j
lioldiii Mni-l lorlnnc lillir, loci llook ol'
I.on-Ixllir-,.Vii- IIoxIiik la.i- i:ay,
.Moran'- .Masonry Km-I, lVoiip, llln-lralitl,
'"n i Hum- tu wnli- liort rmml, -c) How In
iiiimsraii i-vrnlnz I'aity, .Hv s Hancinir mai.i-
I'n.V 'Jli. . II. .... f ...... . .
. t.,.,T, i.u, iimj, , pi, roriini ifiiinfr i aiui,
UAr Makimr ( unli I klinls cacli In ca'c only
I'r i 'omilili. I'ockit Ilojli-, vvi ihrntt-r-llt-lit
lli r Wrll.-i. ie ; .Monitor ot Krr
luafonr.v, TV ; Hnu to win nml how Ift nnn,
.'i-; 'lln-I.-lHi oritur, mc ; Jj'llrs' l.lll.le In
li-anty, v, Ac , Ar , Ac ItwiiiinUr any or
all ol .lii-ntioti. ulll U-niil in ) on r uiI on
rwill.tof irlci-.-Vi- Import anil linnt nil for
clan mill m-arcc Imokn We mski- It a ftmly
Vt-want our latronaxi-. xml for our iliru
lirs. I r will i:iv mi in i-al ith ti4 Honor
risk iiioiu-y Willi nwimlli iD hut u ml at one m
rlit-yolilnllalilt-," llunlir A lo., Hln-ilali-,
Imy I1 worlli orxoods for $10. Why not do it
'I In-1 iri-.it X i:. Dollar .U llrooiuitetil utrn-t,
Koiloii, is llrmly i-siatilislicil, nnJ lor enriha
sold n-ally valnalilouonils worth 1 Uttot3 "
at n lit hI price oronly one- Dollar We ate i-n-ilomtil
ami rii-oiniiii tiiliil hy the let pais
ami the U-nilliif; iiu-rclmnts. Our vale It an hon.
oralilt-liiilnt'n i nli-rjirlu-, we ilon-ll pioilsnt
!. tliun olhiriU-ali-iii, In tliife tlinci it pay
to Mif iiioni-v. Wi- m-II jewelry, sller ami
pl.ititl ware, (.'l.inware, rutliry. ilry and fancy
oods, (rroii-rii-i', ti ai.cotru s, spires, and In lUct
i-verylhlnif. Includlnif a.ivi elegant hooks,
which lelall at one dollar ami llfly i-entii to four
dolliii, and all lurjiul oui-dollar. 'Ihtrrlsnu
ticket, order sliii, or oilier Irlcki-i i One alrall.tr
secures any article am llic-11,1. .'- (; n Ii, h i
joii nt-KoiwUheioiii inlying Oier "rt.OMi pat
runs alle.t the poiiulailty ol our (.-rent sale. We
rannnt siwaiiy Idaa hi leail oui-hiialni-ns. Our
IM of tfooiU would nil UiIh rutin- paper. Fi nd
at oni'! 1'urclrcul.iiH and iiwiinmcnilailons from
a,ur p.iliont t mi cm Mivecanh. Will you do
II '' H'f-i, iialitli-srt at owe II. Olt.MJsloN ,v
I O. N I-, DoM.ausam:, M llrotmilleld St ,
llinlon. .Mn. (l.')-'i.li..aiii
C'harliltd hy the
Plate of Illlnola
lor the expremt
iliiiueilialu rill, l'
in mi cuoea ol piltale, chronic, uml ininaiydl-K-aft-a
in all their compllcatiil luuiif . It U well
known that Dr.. lame lim blood at the head of
Hie lirofiialon for Ihena'.t :io
experience aieall-liniioi taut. Neiiiliinl Wi-nli-
nraH, niiiiil lofM'i ny niiiiiiH. pimpled on the
fare, lost nunhuod eau lunlllvaly ho cuircd
I. lid l' WnilllllL' the !llui.t ili llffile iillenllnn. i-nll
orwiitc, I'leasant liomu lor pallenta. A hook"
tor thai million. Jim rhino Culde, which ia-l
you til uhout these dlbeaoek who should marry
-aaiiv nui v ai'iua 10 p:iy plnio JT. .Jllllil'i
haslill looms and nuilor Vuu t.tn no onu 1 lit
the doctor Olllee hours, ti a, in. lo 7 p.ni. J-iin-iI-vk,
lu to I-'. All hiisluei-a strictly conlldin
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Botwoon Washington xnd Oomnierolal
Avenua, adjolnlnit Banny'a.
KKEl'S for sale the U-st llref, I'ork, Mutton
iial, l4inli. yuusanc, Aa,, and Is pre
tirusd tf e rvai fiiiulllea In an aRiwpUihla manner
1 U111J u
1 a ei n
'I he Ileal and Chrapest,
At the IHJM.K'J JN Olllee, Cano, Ills