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111 f lllITT" ftlM IfAUMKl .
Tki NMtoMl OtaacraUc CoraltUe, to
whml4l(ltltkpwcr of flxlag the
M and aUe af hoWtag ta Matloaal Dem
ocratic :oavntloa ol 1874. have appointed
Tumi)?, tr?atj-Ynta day of June
Mxt, aooa, m till tla, ud telacted St.
UaU m Ike place of hoMlag ucn. convee
Mob. Each State wtt a aatttled to a represen
tation equal to deuble the number ol It
aewton and repreeeautlrea la Uio con
ran eftke United SUtes; and the terrl
tory of Colorado, whoee admission in July
a a Stat will (tva It a Tote in the next
electoral college, la alo Invited to tend del
efatea to tbe convention.
Democratic, Conxnratlve and other cltl
teat ol tbe United State, Irreipectlve of
patt political atocltloni, lelrlng to co
operate with the Democratic party In Its
pretest eflorti and object, are cordially In
Tl ted te Join la leading delegate to the
national convention. Co-operation il.
aired from all pertona vfho would change
an administration that baa mfl'ered the
pabtte eredlt to become and remain Inferior
to other and lesi favored nations; baa per
kitted comaerae to be taken away by for.
elge power ; ha, itlfled trade by unjust,
unequal and pernicious legislation; lias
Imposed unusual taxation and rendered It
most buraensomo ; has changed growing
ptaeperity Into widespread aufferln? and
want; buequaadered tbe publla money
recklessly and defiantly, and ihamelcttly
used tbe power tbat should have been e .Tilt
to punish crime, to protect it.
For theee and other rcuonj the national
Democratic party deem the public danger
Imminent, and earnestly desirous of secur
ing to our country tbe blessing of an
economical, pure and free aavernmcnt,
cordially invite tbe co-operaito of their
fallow-citizen in the effort to attain tbl
Thome A. Walker. Alabama.
8. R. Coekrill, Arkanas.
Freak McCappin, California.
William fl. Barnum, Connecticut.
Ckarle E. Dyke, rlorida.
A. It. Lawton, Q tor els.
Tho ma Dowliag. ladiann.
M. M. nam, Iowa.
Isaac E. Salon. Kansas.
Henry D. VcHenrr, Kentucky.
Henry D. Ogden. Loul.lna.
L.D.3L Sweat, Maine.
A. Leo Knott, Maryland.
WllUam A. Moore. Michigan.
William Locbren, Minnesota.
.1. H. Sharp, Mississippi.
Jno. O. Priest, Missouri.
Geo. h. Miner. Nebraska.
Tho. H. Williams, Nevada.
M. V. B. Edgerly, New Hampshire.
Tbeo. F. flandofoh, New Jersey.
M. W. Kaaaom, North Carolina;
Jobs U. Thompson, Ohio.
J aes K. Keller, Oregon.
Wicholaa Van8lyck, llkode bland.
Tkoa. Y. Slams, South Carolina.
William B. Bate, Tense sate.
B. B.Iaiailey, Vermont.
John Blair Hog. West Virginia.
George H. Paul, WlKonsin"
AUGUSTUS SCHELI., N'w York,
FREDRICK O. Primci, Massachusett.,
8crtary National Democratic Com.
Washington, February M. 187b.
KaRNDOLra county hat elected a Ctil
lomsetof delegates to tho Republican
W. S. Morris, of Hardin county, U
me nepuoucan candidate for congress In
me lneteentn district. lib opponents
are lownsnenu, Democrat, and Antler
The Springfield correspondents of .the
Chicago TwitiUHl Tribune have settled it
that Major George M. Harlow must be
slaughtered. They have fixed It up that
rJcrogg must be secretary ot State. And
with a calm lndllerence as to conse
quences they bare the thing fixed for the
defeat or Bidgway and the uoralnntion ol
Cullora. They have not yet named the
KepuWIcan candidate for the presidency.
Old Dan Rice is in trouble again.
The owners of tbe steamer Flectwlng
obtained a judgment against him for
12,600 lor the use of their boat. To pre
vent a sacrinea of his property Dan
kjfreed to turn pvr his show to tho
plaintiffs for a period of six months. If
at the ead of six months the profits of
the show are not sufflclent to pay off the
debt, thtn tbe plaintiff may sell enough
of the stock to cover the deficit. Dan is
thus thrown out of business again, and
out bf the management ol a show,
The delinquent tax list of Alexander'
eounty, upon which tiie llui.u.-nx force
U now engaged, is the largest list ever
returned by any collector in Southern
Illinois. This Is not bo, be It under
stood, because ol any want of diUigcncc
on the part or the collector; but because
hundreds of our tax-paycrs are abso
lutely unable to pay, and hundreds oi
others, appalled by the enormity of the
"wiuiy refuse to pay. The list
embraces utaeteen-twentlcths of all
j V: aiy iqts or me county,
uu.uouioBunra of the lands-there
ErJ3 WW tract, and
- w seven or eight
r-av. v. s uwaiu, ana Us public,
tlon wUl cost between $1,000 and l $2,000.
Col.Wiu.uh J. SrgES will lw il
Cairo, soon, on his way to St. Loul. It 1
U his purpose to appeal to the business
5 ePlttliU of that city for aid in
U construcUoa ( Um Cairo and Ten
ntaee river narrow guage railroad, it
MwJectlnwBleh8t. Louis ought to
ablest a deep concern, as through no
ly wu tbe great cotton
fP trowJaf region, ot western
AUbrn. The road built, ahe would
wtHZtT lro" t section,
d Ik trail mo aacured, no other city
THE CAM-PAWN OF M7M
lii limn pan the Democratic party
has, in loo many Instance, hazarded sue"
cess to ndvnnrc the aspirations and pro
mote the soK-aggratidlzeinent oi one
man. The parly did this wlwti It ran
Seymour ; II did it again when It ran Mc-
Clcllan, and It did It to some extent, In
It support of the now lamented Greeley.
In the pending canvass wp must sue.
reed, or abandon the hope of nieces for
all time in (he fill lire. The organization
tew shown extraordinary vitality ; but it
cannot outlive twenty years of continu
UOII.1 defeat. Contemplating such a re
sult It I with considerable satisfaction
we note the appointment of unpledged,
unhampered delegates to tho St. Louis
convention. Men of ability, In the main,
and pledged only to tho promotion of
the best interests or their party, they will
be at liberty to act from a knowlcdgo of
tho situation and of the temper of the
people, alter the Cincinnati convention
hasnamcd its man. It they show
themselves cqnal to the demands of the
time, the party can go into the light, In
spired by an almost absolute certainty
of coming out of it, victors.
It is already evident that the Repub
lican party is determined not to be
thrown upon the defensive, and. we arc
sorry to say, that the Ben Mils, Joneses
and Tuckers of our, party have already
furnished them weapons with which
they make a most vigorous assault.
They (the Kenubllcans) will force to an
issue the question whether or not tin
control of the government shall pass Into
tho hands of those who, only a few years
ago, sought its destruction and over
throw. It remains to be seen whether or
not the Democratic party will fall Into
this trap by nominating a man who was
not a conspicuous Unionist, and In lull
sympathy with all the extreme measures
that were adopted to effect the overthrow
of the rebellion and to repair the mis
chief it accomplished.
It is tor the purKse ot avoiding the
issue the Itenubllcans intend to
present, that many of our most
sagacious Democrats, living in
various localities, have urged
the Name of Judge David Davis as the
man upon the party might safely unite
It Is believed that his great honesty of
character, his great ability and life-long
friendship for and fellowship with the
lamented President Lincoln, would go
lar to defeat the success of the strategy
to which the Republicans have resorted,
and to inspire the belief that ho would
administer tbe government witti great
wisdom and forecast, and hasten for
ward the much wished for era ol con
cord and good feeling among all the peo
ple of the States.
Judge Davis is not a candidate for
president, and during his whole life he
never sought an office. He has not done
and will not do anything to secure the
3t. Louis nomination. If it conies to
him it must come as the result ot the de
liberate conviction ot the convention that
it Is tht best thing for that body to do.
Should It come In that shape, he will, no
doubt, resign his seat upon the supreme
bench, which he ha so highly honored,
and accept It.
It Is now well known that in all the
delegations selected there is an elc.
ment favorable to Judge Davis' nomina
tion; but just how many there arc in
each delegation. It Is Impos
sible to nay. After It becomes
apparent that Allen, Hendricks, Tllden
Bayard and other leading tavorltes can
not receive a two-thirds vote of tho con
vention, tho western, and northwestern
states, Pennsylvania, North Carolina,
Virginia, Georgia, Oregon, Texas and
West Virginia will at once lead off in an
effort to bring about his nomination.
And David Davis nominated, the lact
would insure the defeat of the Republi
cans In the October contest In Ohio and
Indiana and no one wilt dony that it has
been by that "sign" the Republican party
has conquered, ever since it came iu to
While the Chicago Tribune is unscru
pulous in its denunciations of Democratic
men and measures ; while, in Its view ot
things, to be a Democrat is to be an un
washed rebel or disloyal citizen, It cannot
be denied that the paper is much given to
the habit of designating Radical wrong
doing by the proper name, and of meas
uring out to tho perpetrators of the
wrong, a just complement of stinging re
buke and execration. It stigmatized,
(and Justly, no doubt,) tho St. Louis
Republican county convention, as "tho
St. Louis whisky ring." Declares, and
no doubt truly, that the ring elected an-tl-Bristow
delegates to the Missouri
State convention, and did so in resent
ment of BrUow's diligence iu sending a
number ot revenue thieves to the peni
tentiary tho owner of the a lobe-Democrat
among the rest. Over the result
of tho convention tho H.-D. rejoices.
"Will the Republicans of St. Louis per.
mit themselves," the Tribune asks, "to be
placed iu such an attitude before the
country V" The actloujof the convention
is tantamount to the passing of a resolu
tion of censure on Secretary Bristow
tor prosecuting revenuo thieves. Can
the Republiuen party there afiord to en
dorse the St. Louis convention V
Are they apologists lor thieves?" The
Tribune Isavcs the last interrogatory uti.
answered to draw out the Uulli:tin.
We answer : Yes, dead loads of 'cm arc !
k have stated in former articles that
Cairo might, and In our opinion would,
wmroi alarce nortion of tho trad.. n
Woe '1' . ... '
". t--iuicace, ami even rariher South.
We are, now. lu direct rallrnul
usa wiiu .Milan, Jackson and Bolivar,
Tennessee, and with all the towns ou the
MWSUSippiCentrai road, Including Holly
"". naua ami Jackson. Miss.
We hope, in a few years, to have irPot
connection wuu Mavlleld. ivW,.i..
Paris and Columbia, Tennessee, and
Welnd in the hut number of the Paris
(Jtna.) huUisme$r,tk following, which
uie reeling aow existing there to-
wb wairo, vfulcn faalUig should be en
eouramwi K. .. it, i
" a uuerni uppori on our
part. The IntelHgtnttr says I "Cftlro is
one of the termini of the proposed Cairo
and Tennessee River railroad, and there
fore we are Interested In 111 growth; both
commercially and as ft place of manu lec
turing. This in a few years may be our
principal shipping point, and therefore
we may have to go to obtain maay of
the articles which we now get Irom
points;!': r;her N r hy '
The territory ot New Mexico, or rather
the proposition to make a State ol the terri
tory, is attracting, Just now, considera
ble discussion. It has been two hundred
and fifty years since the territory became
the home of the European, yet the entire
population will not exceed eighty thous
and, and of these less than two thousand
are Americans. It has rich mines of gold
and silver to attract population, yet it
contains a less number of white men than
does the city of Cairo to-day. Union
county produces more wheat than is
grown In the entire territory which Is
larger In area than any three of tho
Northwestern State. It lias no nmnu
faeturlng establishments worthy of the
name, and Its population is listless, shift
less, Ignorant and vagubondlsh. The
Idea, then, of erecting such a territory
into a State is simply preposterous ; and
were It not for the blandishments of the
territorial delegate now lu congress, who
Is Raid to lc both clever and ambitious,
the matter would have received no atlen
tlon for twenty years to come.
Tin: reverend fanatic who orated over
the confederate graves at Charlottesville,
X. C. lat week. Indulged lu n great deal
of insensate raving. Among oihtr
things he .aid that Clod and the right
would vet enable the South to show the
lustlce and equity of the "lost cause."
"A new generation ha sprung up, and
the day is not very distant when the stars
and bars will triumphantly float over the
Sunny South with her divine Institution
of slavery rc-cstabllshcd, and her ene
mies humiliated In the dust." These
maniacal expressions would have been
choice nuts for Northern Radicals to
crock, but for u single circumstance.
That circumstance was that the crowd of
listening North Carolinians hissed the
speaker, cried "put him down," and In
every possible manner betrayed an earn
est abhorrence of both the man and his
Wr, have examined our Republlban ex
changes with somo care, and In none ot
them have wc seen the roblcry ot Miss
Sweet denounced, or Blakcly, Campbellj
ct al8, excoriated for their participation
lu the robbery. Senator Logan was In
formed ot tho robbery more than a year
ago, and although he knew that one ot
the guilty parties was a sworn officer of
tho government, he neither exposed the
vlllian or took any steps lookiug to his
punishment, and dismissal from service.
Of Senator Logan's most reprehensible
course the Radical press has made no
mention whatever. Yet nearly every
Radical sheet In the country protests,
with an absolute show of honesty, that
the Republican party permits none of its
criminals to escape punishment ! Fudge j
Ir Jake Rehm is entitled to belief
the Republican party has maintained Its
ascendency In Chicago by eorruptlng
voters. Nearly all the leaders there were
cither actors in the disreputable business,
or were cognizant of ltt extent and pur
Tti I'lnal Adjournment Ncheurk He
l,vrly Brnaured Jo nil U. TIompoii
lk Cabinet Weelloa Tlie J.oulol.
Washinoton, May 10, 1870.
Tin: i-ixAi. adjouiinmkxt.
The resolution Introduced to-day by
Mr. Morrison, and referrred to the ways
and means committee, proposing the
final adjournment of congress on June
12, will probably be reported back favor
ably, the moment an understanding can
be arrived at regarding the course of the
senate towards the house In the reduc
tions made iu the appropriation bills.
For this purpose the diplomatic bills
will at once be put into conference be
tween the two bouses, The senate, it is
proposed, shall meet in the daytime on
tho Belknap impeachment, and hold
evening sessions tor business. If it Is I in-
xisclriln trt nilinitpn lav .limi 1 ' n unMB
orer the two political conventions to be
held In June is probable.
fcCIIE.NCK SKYKIiKLY CESSUItED.
The sub-committee on the subicct ac
quits Uencrnl Hchenck of intentional
traud, but censures liim severely for the
Impropriety of his whola connection with
tue Linina mine aim ins entire lack ot
perception of his olllce.
JOIIX (I. TIIO.MrON,
sergeant at arms of tho house, who looked
alter i nuriniurs interest at the recent
unto ix-moerutic convention, returned
to the city this mornimr. and sava timt
the delegation will vote for Thurman.
after complimenting Allen on the llrst
-iuk caui.ni;t mkkiinc.
The Cabinet was iu scsblous to-day for
more thau two hours. Tho note lust re
ceived from Earl Uerbv. unou thu Win.
mow cairaiimur, case, was tne SUtilect of
attention. Tim ilnpimiint n.mi
. ii. ... ..
the members ot the Cabinet by Secretary
Fish, and at the cuncluMon ot tho lead
ing a uuuerui conversation eiibued upon
the subject matter of the communication.
Secretary Fish will soon renlv to
nan ucruy, ami wniio it u not
icaruca wuai tue exact nature of
mo response irom mis uovcrnmcnt win
be, It can, nevertheless, be said, that tho
posuiou utreauy neiii will Do adhered to
1 1- K-nur ui uiu conversation lo-uuy was
of a character to Indicate very clear that
tue duty oi this government lies in the
abrogation of our extradition treaty with
uicai uniaill, uiuukii IIIIS UCpctlUS 111)011
the Hritith note in retdv In tl 1S till VIs ill.?-
patch from the secretary of State to Karl
me condition of arTalt lu l.ouUIana
w aiau me uuujeci oi tne attention ot
the cabinet to-day, though no action was
taken bevond what is alreadv
A telegram was read from Gen. Auirer
to Gen. Sheridan mentioning tho receipt
of instructions from Gen. Sherman, and
further saying tliat troops are al.
ready instructed to prevent open vlo-
.vmwv, mix h uu ua yusaiDW, III anon!
protectkm to all requiring It. Itasconi,
ft Bayou Sara, telegraphs this morning
that tbe disturbance are over. They
were principally in Mississippi. '
Secretary Bristow was detained at
home to-day by sickness, anil the treasury
deportment was represented at thfl cabf-
net iWtlHjf'by Assistant Secretary Co-
imnl. Witt. il. It. ..rno..il.ii ull ,1... .......
........ MH rii in... .(in iiiciii
bers were present.
.till! LOUISIANA ISVCSTNIATMN.
The Committee ou on Federal Oilleesln
Louisiana met again to-day, and G. A.
FertTltann nniillM..n.l l.t tnail...... I.. .
- " .M.iiii,i;u ma H..IIIUUH. m it"
gard to Importation of J 10.000 cigars. The
...t,..n..n B.l !.. . . "I . I
Twkua auiuiiicu most oi ms inionnaiion
was derived from other parlies. Being
asked If he knew anvthlng about fraudu
lent pay-rolls he declined to nnswer, ns
tl li-llrphf t.I...j.1 I. it a..t.rn .
.......v . ...iiiiuii; iiiiii-via, iini. niiuoa:-
quetitly admitted seeing fraudulent pay-
uun in 1014, nnu inai iiuiMt'j was drawn
on them. J. M. WINoti appeared as
cnnnsel lor Collector Caey.
The Tnu liialiwajrinaH.
Gai.vkstox, Mav 11). A special to the
the Aeuw from Fort Worth says : Infor
mation just received stales that ten men
arelu pursuit of the stage-robliers. and
were only ten minutes behind them,
early this morning, on Grnyplalne
Prairie. From do?crl)tlons given, It Is
supposed they are the James brother.'.
The entire country Is aroused, ami their
(Or IfyUtMd In a lln, otk)
16 MILES OF
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
KVKltV STOVK IS
Whr lever lcd or SnM
Is Absolutely Withcut a Fault !
Nob. 37, 38, 30, 47, 48 and 40
'Are a Marvelous Combination of
Anil all tbe KautUl I'uInU tbat go In Make ui
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
Et rr OtTernl to the Pabllr.
Made Only by tbe
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
Son. 12, 011, WIG and 018 N. Mnln St.,
Nl. LonlM, Ma.
O. W. HENDERSON,
tbe ntm mmrni sours.
THU ONLY IJlltKCT nOI.'TK TO
13 y this I.lnc PMnvenarer nrc .udril nt
Ontrnnlal (iroumlj, or at II row I unit Tine
.Mrms, in nciniiy oi uie iviinx lintels In
l'liiliulrlhla,as thev mayiirrcr Holder of
can stop orr AT Till:
NATIONAL CAPITAL .
Ami lt.lt tho C.nxrmmmt-it Itiill.1Inrj am.I IV.
many object ofinleredla in ami about Wuvhliig-
iuii v,n i . j rtatcit-ri urtn nit
A Speedy, Pltuui, and Coaforiible Trip,
Should rfniciiilwr Ih.'it the
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.,
IsClebratcl Tor Its
Eleg-ant Coaohos.Splendid HotuU, Oruud
uaseauuiui JBQunuun ana valley
Hcenery, and tba many point of
Hiatorlc Interest Alonir
rue will ALWAYS i u LOW
As It Aay Other Line-
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
Principal western and Sisrien Cities.
Vpim TJIItOUHH JIUKIJIS, llACt.OAdi:
X' Chtcks, .Movviiii'ilT ol Tiulua, Mii'iiltiir L'nr
AreoniinoiUUuns, Ac, An., uiply at 'llcket
OlUcesatull Principal I'olnu,
NORTH, SOUTH, EAST OR WEST.
K. U. DOIt-sUY,
I,. M. COI.K,
Muter of I'lansp'n
Aai'tUfii'l Ticket Ant.
rilOB. V. UAItllY,
M enlern I'aaieuKcr AgU
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
In the Untiid OIU
Wbicb hau stood tbo toat of 40
rbero'is noaoroit will not Heal.
do Ltmenaas it will not OureLno
Aobe.no Pain, that Affliotstbe Bu-
"yuy, or lueuoay ox a none
SLS'JS10 ?,5letl0 animlt tbt
a0!.?.0, y161?0 ita mtglotouoh.
k.J S?Jltle ooatlng 2Bo ifoo. or $1
BeinK. and Bestored to liif end
Horie ""ny R veiaeoit
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOKNTS AUKKIOAN POWDER 00
5T Ohio Levee.
Blake eft Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Sbados, &c.
Alwnyi on liauil, tbo rctchratrtl lllmnlnMin
Oorner KUventh Street and WaahluK
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
rHK BUT and CHEAPEST WJQOJf HAH
SCANUPAC3TOBY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirtb-Fourth Street
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufacture hi own Horse Shoes and
can Assure Oood Work.
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Ordors for Coal by tbo car-load,
ton, or in bogabeads, for shipment,
aromptly attended to.
tSrTo largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo are proparod
to supply any quantity, by the
:nonth or year, at uniform ratos.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
tJ-HulUcUj- tiro, 'a office, No, 70 Oliln I.rvre.
J"lliriduy llro.'B wlmrlboat.
EAt K(tVillun Mill., or
fcrAt Hit Coal Dump, foot of Trill tVlIUli
fl'oKt Onlr Drawi-r. Sim.
Evansvlllo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Faducab, Sbawneetown, Evans-
Tlllo, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant ilje-wtieel eteamei
Bin Howaku JtaMrr.
W ALTKH 11 . l'a NNINUTOif .. Clerk .
Will leave hvoiisvllle for Cnlroery TUKS.
, .DAY awl KIIIOAY at 4 o'clock p. m.
W)n?Z Ciro fW. WK UNKS 1 A V '"' S AT
UUIA att) o'clock p. m
TUe e legant tUcwlite ateamrr
Joiim Oorr Mailer
Mat. William Clerk.
Leaves Kvmisvllte for Cairo every WKU.NtS-
WAY anJ .HATUKADY ut 6 p. m.
UTa Cairo every THUUSUAY ami SUNDAY
atU p. Mi.
KacU boat nrnkci close connecllom at Cairo
Willi llrt-clasi ateamers for St. l.ouU, Mem
ptilaanUNew Orleana, and at Kvamville with
tbe E. A C. lt.lt for all polnta North anU East,
andwItUhe LouUvllle 'Moll Steamers fot all
clou ou the. Upper Pblo, Klvlna- tlirounhnw
frtlghU nl pam-tigero to all polat
For urtlier luforniatlon auplr to
J. M. FHU4JVS. ' j Acnt.
duperintenilent and General Krelgbt AKent,
At tht Bcl-itik Oirlce, Cairo, Illinois,
Ar 'You Going to Faint?
THEN USE MILLER HROB
Itfu.h-for IK In Whlte.ntiil over One Hundred Different Colore, mailroralrlrtly prime
ll'l.lt. I u.l I....... .1 I 111 n ... I 1 . .. II k ..... .... w..t. II- - .. .
till. ... ... r.iiit; nun i, iiip.-. i un.uiiruiiuill J
Cbuaper, and In Ufl TU'U K AH I.UNU af any
tvrenl) ."tnle Knlrsnf thf Union, iitul M rm many
I'lllCES ltKlit!CKi,tMI'.i: CAItn f.N r rilKK,
C AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
HISTORY of the U.S.
The fn'iirral lutemt in our thrilling lilslnr
limkeii Ihlt the f:iteil ki lling lioukrvrr nilillh
lit It oonl Urn it I'lilliiocniint of tliegmnd I Vil
li nnliil exhllilllnn.
t'AUTIU.V Old, Incomplete mid nnrellalilr
work" ate IicIiik rlicntted w tlmtthe 1hi.iI.
3 oil Imy contulnn Hi line fiiiffalnk' and 'M
paK'-s. Hewi for rlrcnlnr and rxtm letm In
uKcnt. Aililrrm Nntlmiiil l'nlillhliit Co., Cld
runn, I'l-iliiniliiKuiid M. l.mU
A ilny nt liiniM-, Agents wmilcd (Jul fit
nnd lernn fiw TIll.B t.t., AiiKmtn,
tCA VlhlTIStl CAIII)" wllh jonr n.imr line
fill lyinlntMl, Milt rm We ImM"
etjlcs inl Wmitcdl ainiplea Milt
rui-flnnip. A. II. I fl.I.EII CI. IIumUk.ii, Jliu.
ltnlitirliiU Ml Sit
, I" (Inr (lineriiniciit miic
nl 1 1 Morj .
nriv i otk mm (.iiicmso
A WEEK, murantml In male and
friimle oKfiiii In their locality,
(it nnlliliix to try II Pnrllcultn
IVe T O. VICKKKYACU..
(tin in UOil )erUy atlwirnf. ni.le worlli
pO 10 ip-CU tt irrv, stlnton A Company,
44 IJSYCIIO.M ANI Y or Ol'I. CIIAItMINti,"
JT IIot i llliir w nut f.icliinlc ainl ftin
tin- loii' nnd att'iillntit of any pemnii Ihev
rlinore, Instunlly. Thl art all ran Tier
Inlmiill, fur'-'Srent! loiiether with aMarriagr
liulilr. I.Vvnllali Orai le. Oreami. Hint" In l-
iW, rtc. l,i.ilt nold. A (Jmvr Itook. Ad
rr ll. 1. 1 M A CO ., 1'lil.V. I'hlla.
relrhriteil fur tti Pnrity, fitreaalhaad Flavor
n rrntM In RerntMrkla Vm flmrvnfr ll It
lie entirely free from Kulph uric fnJ or othf r drlelerl
..gmiaut-, nim ui.n.un im.. . ..i....
K.irtlrlir)((lrocer. Irt Vlnrf-r WorUlD tl.l
rVorlJ. t:,Ub.UH. L:ri'.USSlNQCOClcftt
Fits & Epilepsy
'I'll- worn! attet o the longet luilln ,- ut.
DH. UEBBA&D'S CUBE.
It HaH Aurod Tbousanda,
and will Kte I.uii fur ur.w It will not Um nt
A iKilll'in nt fre to all ad'lrrini;
.1 E U1IIHI.EK. ChemUt. umrei 1,V." llroad
way, New York, S-3-iliw 1m
Do voti want Iiookn
C.nl, I'rlntt, l'hntn
(rrajihs? AVIiy then do ynu wati money ou
swindlers. Inttead wnd to the old relUtile
house of Hunter A Co. EMallished In l
We supply all txioks. all KwA and at Inweit
rates, jeud for some of thete. Trunk Kull of
Eun, lCoi How to win a Sweetheart, Wet
Ooliien Wheel Fortune Teller, loci Hook of
l.ove Ltttcrii, j lloxim.' Made Eaiiy, Ij-i)
MnrK-n's .Musonry :hmiI, 120 i)i, Uliiatrateil,
S"c t How to write short timid, Uoi How to
amine an eveulnjr Tarty, .?c; Dancing mvir
Kuhv, 6"c t How (jam biers win, S"c t lap jrar
Cnls, Courtship t'nnls, 1'ertiineTelllnK Canln,
ine .iaiiijr -nnis, t ainus c-aui in cs-o oniy
:Kc I Complete 1'ocUl llo)l, Soc ( hwler
lleld'a Itler Writer. l"c t Monitor of t'ree
maonry, 75c ! Hnw to win and how to woo,
Soc I 1 he Law of love, :vc Ille' tiulde In
beauty, -Uc, Ac, Ac, Ac. Iteincmlier anv or
all ofihealwve will lie sent to )ou .njl( on
ntelptof price. We Import ami hunt up fur
r tn unit scarce book s. We Inske It a study.
We want your p:itrona?e. f-end for our circu
lars. It will pay von to deul with us Ho not
rNk money with swindlers hut send nt one to
the "old rrliablc.i," Hunter A Co., Hinsdale,
buy $15 worlh ofKnods for It. Why not do It.
The lireat N.E.DolUr .ale, ..'I Ilroomtkld strerl,
llokton, Is llrinly established, undfor venrsnns
fohl niilly raluaiilc iroodi worth el 'AiuSi (si
ut a lined price of only one Hollar We are en
dorsed nnd recommended by the bent paier
and the lending merchants. Our sale Is an hon
orable liualneH enterprise, we da sell ko'hIi at
lrssthan other denlrrs. In these time it pays
to sse money. We aril Jewelry, silver and
plated ware, Klasiware, nulery. dry and fsiiey
oods. Kroccriep, ti-.i,coffits. spices, nnd in feci
everything-. Inrfudlmr s,wl elepint books,
which ictall nt one dollar and llftyceiits to four
dollnrs, and all for Just onedollar. 'Ihereisno
ticket, onler slip, or other trickery One dollar
secures uny article on the list, ivc 0 O I), let
you see (foods lieiore l-tylni;. Over "d.OMJ pat
rons sliest the popularity or our irriTit snle. Wc
cannot clveuny Idea hereof our mniness. Our
IKofsoods wouldtlll this entire uer. fiend
ut once for circulars and lecommeudaiinus Irom
our patrons. You can save rath. Will voudo
It? lfso,nddres at once H. OtlMISTOXA
( .()... h. DOI.I.AUSALE, 3.1 Ilroomtleld M. ,
Huston. Mui.s. (l.fJ)-l.'..wtni
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Waahlnirton ind Comiaorclal
Avonuee, adjoin In if Hanny'a.
KKKJ'fl for sale the best !!ei, I'ork, Mutton
Veal, I-amli, Kausage, Ac. and la pre
pr.ail U serve I'ainllle. In an acceptable manner
G. D WILLIAMSON,
He. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL alUntlai I veil toconalifnments an I
CO 11 Ell
Chartered by Hie
State of llllnola
for the express
purpose of giving
lu all esses of nrlvatr. chronic.- nnd urluarrill-
aeaiea in all their complicated formi. It is well
known that Dr. James has stood at the head of
the profession for the past :vi years, Ago and
experienceare all-important. Nemiiinl Weiik
nm, night losses by dreams, pimples on the
face, lost manhood, can positively lm curteil
Ijulles wanting the most delicate nttentlon, call
or write. Pleasant home for patients. A book
for the million. Marriage Guide, which tells
you all about these disease who aheuld marry
Why not IU cents to pay pestai;o. Dr. .lames
has 30 rooms and parlor. You sea no one but
the doctor. Olllce hours, o a.m. to 7 p.m. Hun
days, 10 io I.', All business strictly contldeo
tia , 4-M-dwly.
BBUr. K777Z t7Vl
The lies! and Cheapest,
At tli 1IVI.LKT1N OlUce, Cairo, 111
I ifllll'IIH il. M HI rilllir., huuii IIKUUHIIUir UIIU
nllirr paint, llliaa taken the first I'reniliiint nt
lliiiiunnit of the flnetl hmiiwii In the country.
UliVH UMUTAIJHKB1, .
ill ut. uiair St., Cleveland, Ohio.
Wholesale and Ketall Dealer In
Foreign nnd Domeitto
HI.FH OF A 1,1, KINUN,
No. 60 Ohio Lovee,
MESSItr.. HMYTII A CO. have ronstantly
a Isrur stock of the bent Roods In the mar
ket, and Kiveesieclal attention to I he holsl.
ranch of the business.
Win. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhds Now Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Roflned Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rloe,
500 h'fehs Green and Bl'k Tea.
ASI OTIIEIt HtOHPO:
(It. 711 sail 73 Vine SMrsl. H.H.. U.
neatly (irrfeel are the rem of the won
dtt fill uin-iKithltiC and hratinK Len'iur I.lnl
inents, that We can coulldentallr s,y they will
nllesiHlr susr pals, arrUlnic from flesh,
Iwneor miiscltuer-nirrments. trils not pie.
tend that they will mend a broken Irjr or
ts-rnalsialf liolU, Imteven In such rates they
will rulnce the iiirtamation and stop the imln.
Norc-ii we Kaurentisi the proier results where
thu body is Mloitel bjr sslslnky. Tern
lrancnisas ner-4nry ton proier phyalcul, ax
Tlir WUUr Onlniir l.lsslssienl is jar-,
tlculsrly aitapted loall rnwanr HhrnsssKlUm,
liimhuxn, .Nnimlk'ls. KyrrljieUis. Uprnlna.
ltch.C'hllfblaliis, Cuts, HnilM-s,!llnpi, l'olson,
Hcalds. Sclstica, Weak lliu-L, I'slnx In the side,
Wounds, Weeplnic hliiewa, Burssa, frosted
Eert, Fnlar, Ear-ache. Tooth-sche, llnd-arhr.
Uio rs, Old -ores, Ilmken llpaasts. Son .Nip
pies, Sum 'I hrost. Croup, lllptherla, etc. Tne
moil of these complaints the Centaur l.inlmenl
will cure all of them It will benellt. It will
rslrnri I he pelson from bites and Ulnne,
and will one linrtia anil arsilil without n
war I he following Is but a sample ofa thou
and similar IcMlmoiilals I
ANTlocit, Ii.b., Her 1,HT(
"My wife lis, for a lonK time btYii a terrible
sufferer from Itbtniiutlmn .She ha trie. I many
plivslclsns and many remedies. The only ttilni:
which has given herrrllefls Centaur I.lnlment
I am rejoiced In say this In cured her
W. II. ItlXti, rosttnasler."
It Is an Indisputable faetthst theCenlaur IJnl
niit are performing -urra neter bs-rore
elTreletl by any in'4ralluu In ealstenee, like
Chronic UhMiniatlsm oflhlrt y yeatra'afnnrl
liiK. strslKhtenlnK lingers andlolnts which Imd
Ix-en stllT fur six years, taking the soreness from
Onedollar. or even flftyrents, Invettsd In
Centaur I.lnlment will be within reach when
his nrriilrnl oeenni, and will itu more good
tliau any amount of money wl 1 for medical
attenibinre. Wheu phvslclans ale railed they
frnpieuly ll'e thia l.lulmrnt, and of roUre
clurk'e several prices for It.
Tho Yellow Centaur Liniment
I adapted to the tr.iisri kkiu, mitkclrsaud flesh nf
llicuiililliul creation. Its t fleets upon eeiere
ces of fmviu, Hnimy, Wind-iinll, 111k
lleud and roll-Evil, are little less than man si
Meirs..l. MrClnre A Co., Dnigsiits, cm,
Elm and Front st , Cincinnati. O , say .
"In our neighlNjrhoodu iiumbr of tromsliis
ure using the Ceutaur l.iutment. They pro
nounce It superior m anything they have eler
usiil. Wo sell as high as four or lite doten
bottles tier month to owners of horses and
We have Volumes nf testimonials describing
cures ofMiralus, Kicks, liulls, roll-Evil, 111k
llead.nnurieu Founder, which ure little less
than marvels. No owner of an .animal ran
afford to Ihs without a Wile of Centaur I.lnl
ment, which any day may prove worlh twenty
times Its cost.
Sold cteryHherv, but preiarel ntr ut the
laboratory of.l. II. Ilote A Co.,
W Hr.v Sr. , Nicw YoitK.
C as t or ia.
Cross, sirkly liabirs and children may eajov
heulth, and mollierai have reel, if they will
u-eCaetorla. Worms, leverlshness, teething,
w InU colic, sour stomach and undigested Too.!
make children cross, and prmluces sickness
Caitorlu will ussimilatit the food, expel
worms), and correct all these thing. Vor
twenty years Dr. I'ltcher erlincnU-d in tils
privute practice to produce an effective Catbartln
and stomach regulator which would I as erlrc.
Iltcas 'ntor Oil, without its unpleasaut
taste or m-oll.
Therrputstlouof his sxriment xteDdel,
I'hjslcluns and nurses rapidly adopted his
lemcdy, to which he gave the name of '
Castorta Is as leitaiuit In lake m honey,
regulates the stomach and liowels, and does not
grille, It Ii adapted to all ages, contains no
nlcliohol, nud is nliaoliilely hHrmlrea to
the most lender infant.
Try Castoria once and yon will never be
rrepnnil at the Laboratory ofJ. II. Rose A
Co. , Hoy atreet, New York. (U 2-3l-niw
St. Oharles Hotel,
PRICES REDUCED TO SUIT TBE TZXE3
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d floor $8.00 Per Day
Special Rata by Week or Mcmtk.
A limited number of very desirable tkmlly
room can be secured ut reaonable rales lor the
Hummer months, '
'i lie Ht. Charles Is the largest and best appoint
ed House In Southern Illinois, and Is the leading
hotel ,iu Cairo. Notwithstanding the "lied
Itock" reduction lu prices, the fable will, as
usual, be liberally supplied with tbe very best
ol even-thing that can be found in market.
in large sample room for commerrul trav
el", on ground floor, frieof charge.
, tTAll baggage of guest conveyed to and Irom
4-10. 1 1', I'reprletort.