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NATIONAL flSBOCRATIC TICKET
liU'dr i ibmii -
of New Tork.
THOU A. ME II St I .'.
While much may ! accoinplislied lijr
thes methods, it wight encourage delusive
expectations If I withhold here tlie expia
tion of roy conviction that no reform of the
civil irl:e In thUcMinlrr will a com
plete and permanent until iti cliicl niai;!
trate la constitutionally di'qualltied lor re
election; experience bavin? repeatsdly
exposed the futility of felf-itnpoed restric
tion! by candidates or incuuibenlo.
Through this aolcinnily only can he be tl
fectually delivered Irom bi greatd lemp'a
tlon to miauao the jKtaer and patronage
with wblc the Executive l necessarily
charged.- From' Samuel J. Tildeu'sltttr
The nobler motives of humanity concur
with the material interest of all in requir
ing that erery obstacle be removed to a
complete and durable reconciliation be
tween kindrd populations once unnatur
ally estranged, on the baii rciionized by
the St. Louii platform, of the con-titution
of the United States, with its amendment
universally accepted as a final settlement
of the controversies which engendered civil
war." But, in aid ( result to beneticlent,
the moral influence of every good citizen, as
well as every governmental authority,
ought to be exerted, not alone to maintain
their just equality before the law, but like
wise to establish a cordial fraternity and
good will among citizen;, whatever there
race or color, who are now united in the
one destiny of a tcouiraon self-Kovernnient
If the duty shall be as.-ignvd to me, I should
not fail to exercii-e tlie power with which
the laws and toe constitution of our coun
try clothe it chief nisgiidrate, 1o protect all
it citizens, whatever their former condi
tion, in every political and personal njtbt.
From Samuel J. Tilden's letter of accep
tance. A Massac (entity correspondent of the
Golconda Herald gives the public to un
derstand that the 'mtcllige end" of J. F.
McCartnay recently came Into eon tact
w ith the toe ot a No. 11 brog.ni. This
would be a email matter but tor the inti
mation of the same correspondent, that
the foot of lawyer C'agle was mealed in
1 rk retiort has lieen extensively cir
culated that Governor Allen, of Ohio,
will support the Cooper-Cary ticket. To
this report the old veteran has given a
most emphatic denial. "My growing
physical infirmities," says lie 'will pre
vent my active participation in the pend
Ing contest; but If I live until November
next, 1 will go to the polls and deposit
my vote for Tilden nnd Hendricks,"
For the Improvement ol the New
York harbor congress lias appropriated
the sum ol S5JS.000. For the rivers and
harbors of the State of Wisconsin the
sum ot $441,000 bas been set aside ; and
for the improvement of the Ohio and
Mississippi rivers and their tributaries
the sum of $1,520,000. This goes to
show that when the Democracy has a
say so in the administration of public al
fairs, the west and the south come in lor
a fair show of the public benefits. The
sums appropriated are not large ; but no
honest man Is prepared to deny that the
money has been equitably distributed.
Imhana Is by no means barren o able
Democratic speakers ; but Illinois ha a
surplus. Lying as we do, side by side,
with that state, it would not be a bad
idea lor our J. C. Robinson, our James
C. and W. J. Aliens, our lon Morrisons
and K truer, aud MarUuiU to step over
the line and lend to the Voorheeses, and
HeiMlrickses, and Uolmaus, of the
litfOtier ttate acme friendly aUUi.c.
This may be doc, bow, without at all
iitt-rfcrki with Ue hUuo'n c&iiy&-, and
we are luoraUy oeruiu that our Hooeier
LeiuoTsU woul3 not only gratefully ac
cept the help, but tiold themselves ju
readiiieb to recipriwaie.
Ox of the lul acts ol tlie Republican
senate, proves conclusively Unit the
"great love of the Republican party for
our glorious public school system," Is
the merest sham. The country needs to
be frequenU reminded that sin amenJ
uvnt to tb constitution prohibiting the
exercise of eectarian or denominational
Influences in our public schools, pai-scd
the bouse promptly, and was tent to Ute
senate. And what did that body do with
UY After altering and amending it In
sucbamaunerastorob It of the excel
lent features the house bad engrafted
upon It, the blustering bypocriU of the
senate kdled it outright. Let the real
friends of popular education make a note
Since the Democratic bouse tI con-,
grew has exposed the reeking corrup
tionsot the Grant administration, the
Republican party have cried aloud and
itealously for "reform within the party."
"We have corrupted every branch of the
public service ; lor sixteen year we have
beeu growing from bad to wore ; but
now that you have exposed our villainy,
we must plead penitence, and ask r Un
people another term of power, that we
way show what reformed corrupiiouists
may do !" In answer to this the jH oj.le
profuse to say: " You knew your duty,
pui ye uia it not; you not only did not bury
like talent 1 gave you that you ini-dit re.
turo It uudimlnUhed, but you applied it to
your owu wicked uses, give us iH jU
icau, m ueoaMKi and demoralized govern
ment, and public i,MUB u,at u iUe Lauje
f the union, la your dcatU-U-d r.
Iherefisw. ft t ur of tl pniU. . , Uie
blgh ptkc of His una we tuil know
you no more, forever,"
I TtlR f lRNT nttWOI R4TIC IM.AT
,' I OKI.
In 1801, when Thomas Jcflroii. the
founder of the lcinocrntic party was
tlevated to the presidency, In Ills Inaugu
ral ad lrt si", he announced as the essen
tial prlnetrdw of ttw followlnjr, and, twn
to Uils dy, I hey are the principles of the
.Mnocrmic party :
; --Equal and cxael Justice to all men, of
hfttever ft ate or t-r.ti&skm, rvliiou or
"Peace, commerce and honest friend
ship with nil nations, entangling alliances
with none ;
'The support of the staU? governments
in all their right, as the most compe
tent administrations our domestic
concern,' and tho survst bulwarks
airamst anti-Kepiibliean te-nk-ncies; -
The prosecution ot the general gov
ernment in its w hole constitutional vigor,
ns the sheet anchor of our peace at home
and safety abroad; -
"A jealous care of the right of election
by the people ; a mild and sale correction
of abuses whlcli are lopped by the sword
ot revolutions w here peaceable remedies
"Absolute acquiescence lu the decis
ion of the majority, the vital principle ol
republics, from which there Is no ap
peal but to force the vital principle and
immediate parent ol despotism ;
"A well-disciplined militia, our best
reliance in peace, and for the first mo
ment ol war, till regulars may relieve
l'he supremacy of the civil over the
nulitarv authorities :
"Economy in the public expenses, that
labor mav he liirhtly burdened :
The honest payment of our ileots,
nnd sacred preservation ol the public
faiih; . .
Encouragement of njrnculture, anu
ot commerce its handmaid ;
The diffusion of Information, and
arraignment of all abuses at the bar ot
the public reason ;
"freedom of religion, ireetiom oi inc
press, and Ireedom ol prison miner me
protection of the hnbmn corpu ;
"And trial Dy nines impartial! i-e-
"I.O! JIIF. POORIXm.tX. "
The C'onnecticutt Pence society is in
. .. . r
arms. It indignantly opposes airaiiMcrui
the Indian bureau to the war department,
and denounces, in Very bitter terms, the
invasion of the Black Hills country. The
design ot the expedition, say those peace
makers, was nothing more uor less than
to prevent any reduction of our then,
idle and useless army. Had these Con-
necticutt -eaoe-pratlers stopped here
they would have excited but little atten
tion ; but they couldn't separate without
doing something deserving of contempt
anil denunciation. That something is
their declaration that the massacre of
Custer find his brave comrades was a
jut retribution for the slaughter of
friendly Indians, and our constant di-re-J
gard of treaty stipulations. Of all
American people the inhabitants of New
England know the least concerning the
character and habits of the Indians, and
the necessities that grow out of thosp
habits ; yet they are the first to denounce
our Indian policies and to suggest
changes. The meeting after adopting a
resolution calling upon the president to
recall the army from the Indian terri
tory and to hereafter prohibit any armed
Interference with the aims and purposes
ol those harmless and much-abused crea
tures, adjourned. If C'onnecticutt nnd
Idaho could chnuge places for a year or
two these olive-branch fellows would sing
a different song altogether.
Tin: death struggle of the Ucpublican
party will be made in Indiana. Money
is pouring into that state from every post
office and erovernniont establishment in
the country, ircpubllcan speakers, Im
ported from the East, West and South,
are spouting out vile calumnies upon the
Democratic party from every stump in
the state. Never before, at so early a
stage of the campaign, Icis either party
made such a show of money and speak
ers as the lit publican party of Indiana
are now making. But all this w ill avail
but little lu the outeomc. The sins ot
Radicalism are us scarlet, and nil the
money Grant's thieves ever stole from
the people will not rid them from
the eyes of the honest Hoosiers
They have tried that party for sixteen
years, and year alter year its iniquities
multiplied. Reform Is now the demand
of the hour, and the gallant Hoosiers in-
tenl to inaugurate it, in so far as Indiana
Is concerned, by the election of "Blue
Jeans Williiinn" in Oetober, and by giv
ing tle electorial vote of the state to Til
deu and Heuaricks in November.
Pop rsmtjr Herat.
(Froai Ui Pup Count? llcf jriiitr )
Wulat 1 tiow coining ltito our market
rather rapidly. The priee tor tame being
from G5 to lJ cent per buabJ.
To tut. was a slight dirltirbancc in the
houehold ol btarlilig Abbott on lust
Saturday. But it is all over now, and
.Starling says tie is tjn happy. It was
Tue Til Jen iUriirm dub of our jty,
organized lust Monday, now boasts of a
inembernblp of seventy-seven as goxl
citizens as cau be found In the county.
"U l the baU keep rolling."
Pom county is now being tpeedily re
deemed from Radicalism under the stigma
of w hich her people have rested for the
last fifteen years; and, w ith proir exer-
iiuu upon me pan oi me reionn party
next Novembi-r w ill witness the triumph
ant election of three true and honest men
to three of the most Important office ot
the county, those ol the sherill", circuit
clerk and county commissioner.
At a cull meeting of the citizens ol Gol
conda, Tope eouuty, for the purpose ol
organizing a Tildou Reform club, on
Monday, August 21st, 1H70, the following
gentlemen were chosen officers for the
I'resideut Hon. W. P. r'loau.
Vi Presidents Dr. Joint Blaneiiard,
Eligah Jeunings, William Fritz, Ambrose
Boze, Thomas Baker, Esq.
S erctaries-D. Glass. Phillip Clark.
t-'orrespondiiig S cretary Capt. Wiley
Treasurer Mason G. Bird.
On motion ol Capt. I. F. Clark, It was
unanimously decided to hold regular
weekly meetings on Saturday at 2
o'clock, P. M., at the court hou. On
(notion the meeting adjourned.
D. Glass, Sec'y.
will venture the asM itiou, that
we hiye gfeater numbftA of fcandtotne
young Indies In Goiconda than ny other
town of the tam population', between
rittuburgh and Cairo. And they are sen
sible as well as handsome; all being
earnest advocates in rclorui, not ,only In
tiltcrs, pull-backs, hlgh-hoelcd gaiters
and other fashions of the times, but also
strict reformers in I he politics of the
country, favoring the eleelion of Tilden
and Hendricks and the success of the
Iemocratlo ticket entire.
lie twit llursu-eae
Ileal Ii lied.
Aronud II le
(Special l)iimtch to the Cinciurmtl Cuqiiirer )
ROCKDRIUOK, AU'M Sl'RIXOS, VA.,
Alt.. 1U. Speaker Kerr died at 7:20 this
evening, calmly ana witiiout pain, ai
the. setting of the sun he went quietly to
rest, so quietly Indeed that. Dr. Pope,
who was noting every change, bud
hardly time to summon tils anxious
watchers in bis room to his bedside.
Thotuli It had long been evident tlmt
the only relief from bis sufferings would
be death, bis noble wife who, through
that long Illness bad tended bint with un
tiring love and devotion, could not real
ize that the awlul moment of pnrting had
inevitably come, but, with stream ing eyes
and broken heart, besought him not to
leave her. The Speaker's son, a young
man ot twenty-one years, whose affection
for bis lather has always been marked
with the most touching dt votluii, clung J
to the cold baud ol the dying man with
silent anguish of despair.
The death scene w as one of peculiar
pathos and solemnity. The eyes ol the
speaker rested with a look ot yearning
tenderness, infinitely soft and inexpres
sibly sweei upon his striken family, and
then wandered slowly around the room as
if with a last farewell to those present.
Hon. S. Cox stood near the head of the
bed, and was deeply affected. The
speaker's secretary, Mr. White, and Mr.
Scudder, his clerk, were also with him.
At an early hour this morning it was
tllotight by the physician In attendance
that death was near, but the tenacity of
life iu the emaciated body ol the suth rer
excited the wonder ot all, and set at de
fiance the experience of tlie medical
world. Before W a.m. there was no per
ceptible pulse in tlie w rUts or arteries of
the arm, and yet the limbs seemed under
OKI All. hoi HIS II.I.SESS.
The condition of emaciation to
which the seakcr was reduced by the
ravages of his disease, can only be ex-
ressed by saying that his body presents
he appearance ot a skeleton, fcvery
bone is di-tinctly perceptible under tne
ightly-drawn skin, while even the line
ol the spinal column Is visible through
the collapicd w alls of the abdomen. For
more than sixty hours before death ie.
took no nourishment. The disease thfit
baffled the medical skill of the couutry
was consumption ot the bowels.
DCIUNQ THt DAY
the siH-aker lay ill a si'ini-lcthargle con
dition, with eyes somewhat introverted,
and half covered by the lids, occasionally
varied by a sudden start, as if from sleep,
at which time the intellect would be
again thoroughly aroused. He suffered
paroxysms of intense l)ain. which were
rendered visible bv the knotted cord of
the muscles of the neck and limbs and
contraction of the nervefc of the face and
eves, thouiili there was, but lit
tle audible indtcaliotiu oC his suf
fering save an occasional hollow groan
He seemed at times to make painful
attempts to express himself audibly w ith
out success, aud could only indicate by
gestures or an occasional spasmodic
whisper his w ishes, ills mind was clear
to the last. He recognized the Hon
Montgomery Blair and others, who spoke
to him, and shortly before death indi
cated to Dr. Harris, of the Mcthodi
Church, his readiness to die ami hotes
a future life of happiness. About noon
his son read a telegram from a friend in
Indiana. He listened intently, and bis
mind evidently waudered fur a time to
the nast. He mado a faint iresture o
pleasure w hen allusion was made to hi
vindication from the cruel charge re
cently made against his honor and the
handsome tribute paid to his sterling in
tegrity iu Mr. Carpenter' late speech be
fore the senate.
ll-lrf ucbui-ul autl Business.
tirouoiuy in tne uoveruiuent means
pmllt to the citizen. Su long us it takes
all surplus eariiiiiii s to pay taxes, the lar
uier, luaiiulaelurer and uiereLant must
grow poor. Kveu Uie comparatively small
retrtiK liuient already fcUctUfd lias iilam
Jy a lavorable cllect ou the business otit
JxA, iiot so much from the amount ot
the reduction already ttccomnliihed n
Ijeetuse it pledges tbe Government to
continued cutting down of -xM'inliturc3
and taxation. Thi ih;ouIh will this year
vote for the party uhitch seems the
inoit Hincere in promises ot retrenchment,
rtMiiiion and reloriu, and will bear in
mind that siiiee-re and final re-unlon Is
essential to rc-trenchmciit. Sentimental
and KeiM-ral IciliUes hare this year 'un
unusually intimate connection with si;Ijii
omy , lor one of the greatest causes of ex
penditure is the keeping of garrisons in
the (South, and the exitance of apprehen
sion of disturbance there, when the
South is onoe beli-lved by ull to lx hearti
ly and finally in the I nion, as much so
as Mdsnai'hiisiUU or Illinois, one of the
greatest excusi-s for cxtraviiganee will
have disnpicared. Anything that tends
to provoke a iluturlmtice in an v section.
or keeiing alive any tear of it, is latal to
lie-union and retrenchment no hand lu
hand. It this election should result in
I'XtingiiUhing the last ember of the bit
terness ol the war, the conseqim.it bless
Ings would he exhihiU'd as lutlell ill the
substantial financial prosperity of the eo
ple as in tlie moral glory of the nutloti.
Tit Mint srdallau.
Tliti secretary of the treasury doe not
appear satlslied with tlie Horsing of the
mints, the silver coinage hcing inade
quate, to the demand upon the treasury,
and it is h art d that lv the. first of hi p
letiiU r Uh re vrlH fx) a famine in the
Viulls of suhsidiary coins. Fractional
currency is coining iu at the rale ol
$101 .UU) daily, a IiU-Ii intint Im redefined
in silver. Hhilethe lrcaurer has paid out
a large, amount on chts ks. The Lw per.
uiitiinx thti fxchauve of silver lor green
back is regarded as inoperative, a every
eron forwarding tra'.tiouul currency
wanti ailver, ami while this goes on the
chanjre of coin lor greenbacks would
bn a ooatraotinii of the latter. As an it
luat ratio u ot the demand for coin nnd tlio
scarcity, none of the sub-treasurers are
able to keep the amount allotted to them
from time to time over twenty-four
hottrs. - The Philadelphia mint Is fx
pe:ted to turn out the remainder of this
month nbout $nn.(KK) per day in halves,
but this will be hut a partial help. Un
less there is a marked improvement In
coinage at all the mints the fall trade will
find the treasurer tumble to supply the
demand for change.
! Hon 'irlo at the Wlmlnor.
Don Carlos, during the recent struggle
In Spain, evinced noble traits of character.
His visit to this country w ill enable! hitn
to learn of our institutions, and to quiet
ly gain kn h intimation as will make
bint and his cauc more popular than
ever. During the few weeks that be bas
been staying at the Windsor he has visit
ed the most attractive places In and about
our city, manifested Kreat interest in all
that makes our country foremost anions
nations. He is so well pleased with all
he sees, and particularly with the com
forts ot the Windsor, that he has prolon
gated his stay mii' h beyond the time In
tended. He expresses wonder that
the ciiiiint nnd service of the
WInsdor should be even better than nt
any hotel in Europe, and oiteti compli
ments the management pon the' quiet
and order ot that large nnd magniticent
establishment. .Ww Vurk Evening Mail,
To wnom Pensions are
n A TTa Evnnr soldier
XXLXU aDISABLKU white la the linu
sod discharge ot duty, either by mncl&mt o
otherwise, should bsro a perslon. Tbe Ions o:
a Infer entitle you to a pension. A raptors
so tcktsrr how slfctat, plv you a pension.
The loss 01 a toe gives you pwuiou.
The loss of an ere gives you a pension.
to are nowdrawlmr a pt-nnlrm, are Insflrentt"
tied to an Increase. TJf" TTlW 'I' V 'C
SjSSenlIuainpsA w A rfb A "
ilrooDT of Pension au'l Bonnty Acta. .
Adorer, p. h. FITZCEHALD,
tnltl StaU-s Claim Agent, IspisMAr-OMsJUfc
gOfUu an teturs snara i-. u. kx .mm
Fimm itttc In wst mmt ion ia (fell sdnrumMab
Lincoln Butter Powder
Vooil l'reh Bntter all tst Venr Rons
BUTTER IN 20 MINUTES.
Lincoln Butter Powder is an entirely
inn It-" article made I rum a eelebrated
KnL'lih reiiiie. and now in daily ue by
many or tne uio-t lioieu luimers iu iuc
butter couuiM'K arounii riiiiuueii rua.
la hot weather this Ponder makes butter
niiicb tinner and sweeter than It usually in,
und keep it from turning luncid. It alo
removes the strong flavor of tuniipw, t'arlic.
weedx. orn stalks, eot'on xefil, ete.: and
the inereaed yMd of butter much iriore
than puvs the trmini? expemeol iwinj; ll,
;t", I'enls Per FtftiTe.
Wiioi.F.sAl.K Dei ot : Market S
City National Bank
CAPITAL - - 1100,000
' P ItALI.IDAV, President.
IIKNKY L lUUJUAT, ViI'rl.
A It riAKtOKIt, Ciihiir.
WALTfcK HVIP. Aaa'lCshiT
io;k:enRs: - ,
St A AT TSVI.OB, It II. C'Oir inttjllAM,
I.. llAjJ.nAT, W. P. Htl I.UiAT,
. U. WOXIAMVOH STCPHS K IlIRD,
A . B. SArroHD, '
Exchange, Coin and United States
Honda Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS rweivej au'i s ftotrnl .Utnklnf
Nell. Vice l'res't.
H. Wflls. CaHhirr.
I. J. heitli, AHrt afcb'r
mm soum mi
Coruc r Commercial Ave. and 8th Street
Itross, Cairo. Wm. KIilri Cairo.
Si ll, Cairo. Ww. Wolfe, Cairo.
, Susuiika, Cairo. K I.. Uilliusaley, t Uiuis.
f.uiler, Cairo. H. Wells, Cairo.
K. Ii. Itritikman, M. Louia.
I. Y. i linison, Culcilouia
. Grueral HankluK Baalura) Doof,
rVKaehantre sold and IhjukM Inteppst paid
ii ilif SuvinK Ifepartinenl. ( oIltTtiona liuuje,
ud nil Imsiiiena uromtitly altt-ndwl to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A I! SAKKOUU, Preaidtnt.
S. H TAVI.OH, VicePresidKOl.
W. 11 V-S1.0P, Bec'v sud Treasurer.
P.W. HtlU LaY, I HAS . ClALlUIISlI,
f.M nai,BTU, PatxU isiinu,
ll. II ClMMlMtMlSM. 11. L JULLIUAV,
J. M. PiiiLLirs.
IN I HlKST paid on depoxiu at the rat- id ki
IN'rut-ni. per annum, alan.li Int and h.triu
ft l"t liiUrtMl not witlidrawn ia addrd iuiin
liuti-ly to tli priuripal ol' Uie tlt poails, Hurt liy
(ivmn llittu cuiuiiouud intt reol.
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Kn every businessday rroiuOa.ni. to S p lu.
a i natnrday avwiiuiis for savings dt'ioaiU only
rum u to s o'clock .
W. HTRI.OP. Trsasnror.
ILLS. NUttMAL UNI YERSITV
Narsual, NrUsn, i u.. Ilia.,
Kor the prt-paraliou of taat hers Kxrlulvely
rrolenaional iiiali ut'lioii lor llio.ttt ulio air pie
Patt.1 fr ,i. Juiiiou fr. Nt term Ukiu
c.Uinl.T Ui, Huia-riorat-wtviuiuiiiairui'-turn
at low ralea, iu tlia Model di-parliiient.
A laptMl tuauy strade. from tUi ouuj(:t pupils
to tbu tilting tur tlie beat colli gi a ht u.l or
caialoiritf, or addrrts,
HiWI.N C IICWKTI', 'if.'t.
Any 4 diliu Normal. 111.
i vobty YEa.tta nrcreKE me rcBUa f
iDR. C. M?LANE'S;
- 'CELEBRATED " '
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
DViftestA AND SICK HEADACHE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
1)AIN iu the right side, tinder the
edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the iatient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
ii felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in the arm.
'1 he stomach is affected with loss of
appetite and sickness ; the bowels in
general are c ostie, sometimes alter
native with lax ; the head is troubled
with pain, accompanied with a dull,
heavy sensation in the back part.
There is generally -considerable loss
ofint niory,ac coiii an itd with a pain
ful sensation of having left undone
something which ought to have leen
done. A slight, dry tough is some
times an attendant, j The patient
complains of weariness and debility ;
he is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and he complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin; his
spirits are low ; and although he is
satisfied that excrcisewould be bene
ficial to him, yet he tan scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the disease, but rases
have occurred whe re fe w of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the i.ivkr to
have leen extensively deranged.
AC, UK AND FKVER.
Dk. C. MVLank's I.ivkr Pius,
IN rsrs i if Act r. anu I'k kr, when
taken with Quinine, are productive
of the most happy results. No lx ttc r
cathartic can be tisetl, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afflicted
with this disease to give them A
1'or all Uiliotis derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
equaled. HKWAItK 1)1' IMITATIONS.
The genuine 1)r. C. MH.ank's
!,ikr PiLisare never sugar coated.
I Aery box has a red wax seal on
tlie lid, with I he impression Dr.
MU.ank's I.ivir Pius.
The genuine MVI.ank's I.ivkr
Pii i.s lx.ar tlie signatures ot ('.
M. Lank and Fuming Lkos. on the
4-5?" Ini-t on your druggist or
storekeexrr giving yeti the genuine
Dr. (.'. MVLank's I.ivir Puis, pre
pared by Fleming L'ros., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all respectable druggists
and ountry storekeepers generally.
To ihu-.e .-hini; to give I t" M' Laws'?
I.tvin 111.1.4 tnal, we wilt mailftott paid tn any
part f tlie I'nited State, one boa of fill, tut
KLKMING EROS . Piltibtirgh, Pa.
M. J. HOWLEY.
Office in Bross' Building.
KrlrrsbyTnii8iin to A. 15. sflr.rJ, Cnh-it-r
City S'stiiiiisl Hunk, sn l Hon, K. Urunr,
lTesidrnl Alexsmler (xdinly lluik.
Auif. IU tf
SIXTH STREET. Between OniO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures bis own Horns Shoes and
can Asaun, Good Work.
, PATRONAGE SOLICITED
1 -t lu
Wholesale sad UeUU Dealers to
Foreign and Domestio
WINKS OF AM UIIIN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESRRf . HMYTII A CO have conHUnUy
a lurve Ux k nl the lt trotMla in tlu- n....
kiH, aud KiveeMptieial atU-utiuD tollie vuultial
rain u in me iiuaineas.
J. II. OI KliI.V.
A. W. I'YATT.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
A.. "W. XYATT efts CO.,
BINDERS Ml) BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Buildlnsr. Oor. Twelfth 8tr
and WaatunaTtou Atsous,
rj-Ciniiiiy autl HuilroailWorlt a Hperiallv
i:ii''lihh Krussols. 'I'hree t'ly ami Inraio,
alio, Mir i aruria, velvet kuks, i rumb
Clolhs, Oil OotliM, etc., vrry cliesp
at the Old t'luc
112 FULTON ST.. NEW YORK.
Carpets earelully packed and sent to any
pari oi tne i ntiea eisies iree oi ensre.
t SND:rOR PRICE LIST.
7-4-1 y. J. A. BEND ALL.
a. . n -
; ri ji
1 IKITt IN- ! AS'.W AllVKBtTinr.Nl.sjTN.
St. Charles Hotel,
PsEZCSS ECSUCES TO SUIT THE TIMES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Room and Board . 3d Floor 12.00 Psr Day
Spaolal Rates by Waak or Month.
A liihit-l niimlH-r of vt-ry ilmirnlilf lamily
nx.iiiH can f Ht unil at mmouaMe rate lurtlx
I hr St. t;tinrlr in th liirift ant Im-fI i.".int
nl Houhc in Haiiitlnprn UIiiihik, hikI is Uie InMliua
liolfl in Cairo KutwIilialuii'liiiK U "Ibil
Kix k" niluiMion in iri-r. tin- tshlt- will, us
u'uuI.Im' lilacrally ii(jIii-I Willi lifter) IkbI
til cut) thing Hist run W ( uml lu ilwrkt-t
t nit Uiift- h.ini.U- riMitnn lr iniiiiiri il tntr
fltr. on Kionnil HiMr, frmil't'liarK'1
fyAII liairK''otyiiiil roil vkI toaiul Innii
tli Intl. 1 williutit lir-
.lfc.VN KT T W I !.". A J.,
WHOLK8ALK AND RKTAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Ooods Sold Very Clone.
Oomar 10 Lb Ml. and Oomintlal A.
C. O PATIEB & CO
STR ATT0N & BIRD,
AOENT3 AI1ER10AN POWDER OO
57 Ohio Isevee.
BOX and BASKET
All kinds (bard and sort,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &0.
Mill and Yard,
Jornor Thirty-Fourth Street and
O. D WILLIAMSON,
And lieuler lu
jf, 78 OHIO LEVEE.
SFKC1AI. atWuliot niyru to consignment and
No so Ohio Levee.
T It If.
"srw (Its line" aa tlahl us on
ran, that's rlirtitiiatiKin ; iw lura inorr, thal'a
d'tnl," in a fMiniiiar ilmplin ol 'these l
1 1 IMUMM llmuKh wli mnj an' iofa attiw k
IiUi mil tortinns of th- ay-trlii. thr vuu-v m !
Iirtllo 1 a Miiuntiua a I J lu Ihr IiIihxI. Pu
rify Una by tl u- of
TAUIt V.NTS SH,1..II AI'KltlKNT.
It will do it woik nm-dily and lliruuirlil)r- It
Ullie Kivat frii nd ol Uif Btiflctrr iP'lu I;Ii.ciiiij
tl-in ami K'ut.
oI.U KV A I.I. t)Ht t.t.l.'iTH
IH A lar al hiunr, A irwita wantH Outfll
IZ and trrnia Im- 'IKLK A ( O. , AukubU,
If yuit ai. rrlia'.la inl irmation, sth' tt and lion
lo fft a rh.tip Parts or trnrnniint Home
atead In rnd jour wl'lrrna to . .1, i.ll.
M"l(f. , Land I oiuiinmioner, lawn-ni-v Kan-ua
and rx-rnt Kra!i a rupy ol The Kansas l'a
CC-i77t WV to atrrnla
93Wf). ii VKKKItV,,
'richrafil for It Partly, IHrrnftli sml Flavor
Kariantml to Korp I'irair Vr l.uaraal ll n
9 tnitlf l tm tram fiMtplttrtr Art tor othr ijeltfteri
tuttatanrf. with tt hlL-li .Sfol Vinair I. adults rattl
f'.r.ale by all t.rorrni. I.aret Vlricaar Works la tin
".otlil. A-fciS IM K. L
prMTC"ir larirt-lift-liks atil rnirraviiuri
RULI1 I stl.i
ie l'rt-lJrlillal I autliit:ilt4 M.-1I
Irupi'lly. M ud f irnrrular. N V Ln
trraviiiK Co I'. Wall Rt..l :-'. .N.V
In tOfi lr day at bonw. Kamiilra worth
-k ai m. Miiiaou at
fRKxtra Kiuc miird Card aiUi nam -. 1) eta..
"-JjK,t paid. i.. Joxss A o , Naa-aii, N i .
in Kelialaina and Aarrlrallnral re It -lies
Hall jtrlrr. Send for Cataloutr on tbe
I. lit I'lan. rot inf 'riiialloli. addia.
00. P. K0WELL CO., 41 fark Bsw,
tam4 in Ihe t nln-d
'tatrs, anada, and Lu-
ropa ; terma aa low as
loose ol any oilier relia
ble house. tjrrcBpoa
deaoa iuvte iu the Has.
lih and foreign anmsaavs, witn inrentors. At
t'Tneys at law, and other Solieiitors, especiall
w Hi llioar wlio have had their rate, rt-jrclf 1 ia
tbe hands ol other attorueya. lu rejected caws
our lee are reasonable, and uo charge is msde
uultM St are auct-taaful.
W . If you wants pat.
I A. rut,end ua a uiodtd
examination at the pa tee t ottioe. aa J U we think
ll tiattntahle. w ill avud vou uaia-rs andadwee.
' and prosecute your cae. Our fee will be in ur
' dioarv cases,
Ml a Oral or written in nutter
btU. Ex-Commlssloner ofratcnts.
Cleveland. Ohio; O. H. Kelley, Eq . ec
National draus-e. Louisville, Ky t Coaimodor
Uan'l Aniiueo, V. a. N.. Wahliilon. U. C.
tt"-leud nuuup lor our "iiulde lor obluin
luKl'aU'uls," a book ol & paife.
Addrm : I-onls nsKrr A Co., Soiiol
tors ol I'aluaU, MsiUintfUia, 1. C.
A GREAT DISCOVERY !
Ky the use ol which every family may irive
their Mneu Hut hrilliaul Mliah peculiar to linu
laundry work. HaviuK time and labor in irom
iuK , Wore Uiau lis entire coal. arraulvd.
Bold By Druggists and OroMra Etsrywhera
DOBBINS, BBOS. Ht CO., 13 V. 4th St,
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Betwsan Waabina'ton and Oomuercial
Avenuaa, adjoin lnsr Hannjr'a.
KEKP9 for sale the best Beef, Perk. Mutton
Veal, Lamb, be usage, Ac., and la pre
lrad k serve lamllies tn aa aouentalils ua net
(M (HOW DA SHINE)
MM fin .IMil L J