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Attorney at I.ftu.
omCR : AtreaMenee (id Klnth Street. I
twernVVtsbingtbii avenue RJ.d Walnut w ,
II '"MUM1 Aft. KINDS
Atthe flrLLBint Onlee. Cairn, lllinol.
TOWN AND COUNTRY
Bill MIXED FURS
Your House Needs Painting Badly,
Not out) because it look dingy am) rosty, but for t lie mere Important reason Unfit
want protection from tbe weather. With this Paint. KOil A MIA LI. MM,
you rnu rmU'C.t and iteaiitity your ii'use, making it
. a.. I Inllllnl.
Attractive ami invuiiiR.
The Town and Country Jica.ly Mixed Paints arc rcpareil from pure white lead,
pure Oxide ol Zinc, and ihe Unci and stromre'l coloring material obtainable, mixei
wiili prepared Linseed which dries with a gloss and durability unattainable ti
I 1 , a . 'I I II u lti.ti.M.1. wlwi.f Ih . 1 . a J ni. tn.ntir.K
l.osd aul Zinc, mixed Inthl. way, arc not ailTtd bv changes of temperature, will
not crack. Illntr, peel, flake or chalk, aul will always lry with the blirhest possible
polish. They are warranted to stand under all exposure, and will form a perfectly
vtntcr-proof covering, very elastic and beautiful. 1 he will work freely under the bush,
and may be applied by tbe most inexperienced person when the directions are fallowed,
though the employment of regular painter i ad Ised wbeu obtainable.
Tbi4 I'aint I" alwiys lieaily fur ue witliout the inconvenience 01 expense of
any additiou.il uiatrrial.
One Gallon will Cover 200 to 250 Square Feet
Two Coats. s.
Call and get a circular irivinr all dlred information in icurd to the
'TOWN AND COUNTRY" Beady Mixed Paints
ONLY TO UK HAI, AT Till: "SHIN OF 'INK (ini.r.KN l.in,"
hm ui Ape Pad
The Greatest DiscoverySAge
U'alenitd Ajril U, 1T.j
Rodgcis' J'crr and Agti Pad i- do imposition, nor docs it pre end to
:iire. without tnodlcinc. The Pad i medicated with ell'ertie compound?,
and cures by abgrr tion, acting diret 01 tbe Liver and Komaeh Immed
iately, thus taking from the sy.w m all uiubris t i I liilious poison. Kodsror"
Kcver and Ague Pad makes also a sure cine la all iM-eaes growing out of
a di'rdered Liver.
The Public art. cautioned agaitut rurchar-Inir tLc counterfeit article, as
thcrt are on or two lu tbe market; auk your Jrutri:it for Hodk-ers Fever
and Atfite Pad. Pat. Apiil 12'b, 1" . 'Tuis is iu ; onlv original pad. lie
Mire and ask tor the patented artirle. 'ihe prlee of liodera' 1-ever and
Auc Pad i only s I and Is Kent post-paid it any ad re- ob receipt ol price.
Observe direction and buy none but Rollouts'. For sale by
Call and net a Circular.
DRINK and LIVE
For the Cure of the Ills that Flesh is Heir to. Pure and Fresh. Ob
tained Direct from their Sources and Kept on Ice.
DETflESDA tiUMfll WATER
Of Waukesha, Wisconsin,
Blue Lick, Excelsior Waters,
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
All of the above Waters for sale on draught in Bottles, by the Gallon in
Jugs or Ketre, or by the Barrel by
BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
General Acrent. Cairo, Iilinoia.
& M0NHUD dlS j
C&e. 23xlltlrv SuilAlxxg-. Cnl Tiffin. S3tzeet mc
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 187C.
Prex-epl at I'arllnit.
(Irwin Butsell in Aciibncra Monthly for Sept.)
Well, on, so you U gwine for to lean u, your
lubbin' ol' uiamma and me,
And ft yoa'ne'f up ana waiter, aboa'd ob ae
Kobbut K. I-ee.
AIouk wid Uem fancy yoonx nlgifera, what's
And a'ihamed to look at a hoe.
cts like a pawl ob rich folk, when ley
isn't got nuilin to show.
You'll hab had better tralnln' dn dey has I
hoies 'at jou'U 'ibll more tnse;
hrehniRgerl Is like a young rooster, a-settiu
up lop of a fence;
He keeps on a-stretchiu' and crowin', and while
he's a-blowin' his horn
Jiern rliirkens what aintarter finJin' is piekin'
up all ob de corn
Nuw liiten. and mm' what I ol I you, eu don t
you fortlil what I my;
1 al e advice ob a ' sperieoced pussou, and you'll
Kit up tie lauuer an- siav;
Who knowsV Von mooKh l to lie rreslilent,
cir Juatice, perhap- li de I'unce-
lie man what keeps pullin' ile ifrTlue shakes
duwn a tew bunches at leas' .
I .ini niters what runs on ile ribber is mos'ly
a iirhty hari sti
liey'd lln' out someway lor to bent you, if you
bet 'em de vi ater win wet;
1. ill's ut to watch out for dem fellers dey'd
eiieat off de horns ob a cow
J knon s 'eru-l fullered de ribber 'f..re eblier I
loileml a plough.
Voir 11 easy (( 'lung wid Ue white luiks de
( appen and steward audrlei k
Iwv won 't say a word to a niguer as lor.g as dey
notice he works;
And work isdeoalies' iufine we'sany 'casiou
To ker us KWinenn troo de currents uat pesti-rs
de "Jjinchnl boat.
i heered dat idee from a preacher -he 'lowed 'at
dis life wiu a ttream.
And tberr one's aonl WU2 a packet dat run wid
a full bead ob steam.
Iat soineob 'em's only stem-wheelers, while
oiers at iiioiib uujij uu-
And le trip was made safes' an' piicken' by
boats obde lefodis' line.
I warns you, my son, to le 'tie.lar, and 'liociate
only wid dey
liat's 'tilted to g, in de cabin don't nebber
liali nottin' to say
To dem nwmindel rotistaltout nippers what
han'le.s de cotton lebiw
common brucK ratals ain't fittin for no
fieiu cabi n-aiU;r to know.
Rut nebber (fit airy be 'siiectful to all de white
lople you see.
And Del.lH-r r.j back on de ruisin' you's had irom
ynur mammy an' n,e.
It's hard on your mndiler, vour leiibiu' I d"u'
know whale) per slie'll do:
Ami ahorely vour fader"!! miss you I'll allu
U- tli in L i a ' ob you.
Well, now l's done tol' you my nay eo dar
alu'r DiiiUn' more as I know s
'I ept di-i ib'i t you nebber come back, aah,
widout you has money an' clo'ea.
l's kep' u aa lon as I'm; Kwiue to, an now
MjU an' rae we idona
And eales is too tk are in dis country to kill for
a I'rodijral Son.
tloncure D. Conway is now in Paris and
a few days ago visited. Motor Jltifc'0. His ac
count of the great author, which appears
in the t.ncinnail Commercial, is nio-t iotcr
ettir):: My vinit to taru, now closed, has inclu
ded a very pleasant interview with Victor
Huso. When I nu t him be remembered
across fourteen years a bunt of John Urown
of Harper's Kerry, which I then brought
him from Boston. It will, no doubt, be
fresh In the memory of every American the
ardor with which Victor Hugo hailed John
Brown as a hero. When he heard that it
wss proposed to lung John Bro jrn his ex
citement was great, nor could he conceive
how such uo execution could take place in
America. He said: "It is Washington kill
ing Spartacus." When finally, John Brown
was hanjjed, Victor Hugo went out beside
the sea around Guernsey, hi Island of ex
ile, and with his pencil for he is a good
draughtsman drew on cardboard the fig
ure of a man, with face muffled, suspended
from a gallows. Beneath this he wrote the
tingle word "ecce." There was something
awful In every line of this drawing. lie
now told me that the bust of John Brown
bad occupied, ever since he received it, the
highest place ot honor in his house In
Guerneey. Since that time the most terri
ble calamities have afflicted the venerablo
poet. The loss of his wife was the first blow,
but that left him still a charming family,
and Madame Druof, who bad been their
lifelong friend, and was then, as she is now,
his secretary , added something like a ma
terial precnce to the household. lie bad
four children, two sons and two daughters,
who were all remarkable for talent and
culture, and the daughters for beauty. Both
of the sons were literary, and if they had
not been overhadowed by their father's
lustre, would have been much more dis
tinguished. However, even that has cot
been aSle to dim the fame which Francois
Hugo has left by reason of bis admirable
translation of Shakespere the best In the
French language. Both of these sons died
recently. One daughter alone lives, the
wife ot an English otHcer. The other
daughter died under strange circumstan
ce, She had Jut been married to M.
Vaerjuerie (brother of one of the editors of
the 'Happel'). and was walking w 1th her
huband beside the sea In Guernsey. Sud
denly a huge wave leaped up on the shore
and swept her away. Her husband
plunged alter her, but could not save her.
The two bodies were found afterwards
clasped together in a lat nibracp. and so
they were buried.
Notwithstanding ull these heavy forrows,
I found Victor Hugo surrounded by a
lovely family. Tbo widow of his son
Charles, a nio.t beautiful young lady, with
her two children a girl of lour and a boy
of six, boih clever and pretty were nest
ling around liiiu; Madame Druot cntertuiu
id the various guests who were pre. id,
among them several of bis litem) irieudt;
and among them the grand, white-haired
sit, lull of cheerluloekM and courage. It
is a tcindal that such a man as this should
uot be president of tbe French republic.
Simply as regards looks it would be a tig.
ure of the good time tu ecu such a uiau
drive down tbo Cahmps d'Elysee amid Ihe
people he loves and who worship him It has
been my happy fortune to listen to the con
versation ol some great men to Emerson,
who canuot ha surpassed in dialectics!
talk; to Curly le, who it great in monologue;
but Victor Hugo Impreised me mora than
any olbir man to whose conversation I
have listened. Id the first place, be is the
first man talking" In tbe French language on
important themes whom I have iver been
able to understand. His French is it
clear, his sentences to marked out by
! round tones and lull accontslicn, inhort,
lie talked so like the classic Mjle of his
own books, that much of what he says
cou'd be understood by any person well
acquainted with Latin, even though .he
might never have studied French. lie
reminded me, at times, of thoe old writers
Chaucer and Frclart, vrho every word
conveys an etymological lgnibcnnce. His
conversation during the evening, when I
was present, Was on the gifat blue of
France, the poets and philosophers of past
generations. lie began by TutntloniDg
lomethingtbat Mlchelet once said to him,
that Frederick the Great has beau a great
er influence than Voltaire. This he de
clared a very mutakin judgment, and
then entered upon -omellno discus, ion of
tbe rarely observed pie tic element! ol Vol
taire. As he went on be Was gradually
warmed ioto enthusiasm; he contracted
Voltaire and Rouleau to the far greater
honor of the former, reaching at last tbe
generalization, "Koueu is a psradox;
Voltaire is truth " Daring all this his
voice was like soft organ misic. His face
changed color with his glow of thought.
But he was never loud; he rare'y r.estula-
ted, only now and then waving his band as
be ended some poitt, and seemed to note
difficulties smoothed, or crrers cleared out
Of tbe path. While be talked the whole
room was hushed. There were nine or ten
persons present, but no one did more than
utter an ocasion&l word of asset t, and even
the little children -it absorbed looking tip
Into their grandfather's face with a much
interest a it he were telling a fairy triU.
A Tannr liruiua Die.
IKrom the Memphis Apieal, 7th.
In the death of Wiley CJ. Callaway,
nephew to one of the proprietors of the
Appea!, a bright and beautiful light fuded
away. He was wounded last Clirhtma
day by the explosion of a toy cannon on
Madison Mreet. His nerves were so
shattered by this accident that other dis
eases were superinduced which termi
nated ir his death yesterday eyenin";.
This youth had not reached his nine
teenth year, but his career was as f-ingu-lar
as any hero's in the wiliest romance.
11U suIJcTinjrs lor eight months, as well
us his whole young lilc. was a
drama of pathos. Books alone were
hid companions. He had read so vari
ously, observed so minutely, and re
tained so tenaciously the results of his
reading and his observation, that he was
never at a loss for a topic, and never
failed to invest what lie discussed with
original beauty and interest. He was
familiar with every publication from
the dime novel to the classical authors.
Books pave to his solitude a solace which
society could not aflord, and everything
that passed through his rnind seemed to
receive a literary coloi'ing and lracrance.
So profound was his love of literature
that had he lived in the days of Atticus
he would have said with him "that 11 left
to himself he would rather choose to sit In
his library, bsitieath the bust of Aristotle.
.Kurt .l.a l..rlt ..(MlltWllia if ir,,ni "
,(.1, ..I. V rvc LIV.. V. UV.VI .
He met death like a philosopher. He
never complained or murmured beneath
the weariness and pain of lingering dis
ease. Under the teachings of IJev. lr.
Stainback, ho was baptized iu the
Cumberland Presbyterian church, alter
which he (lisou-setl the mutability ot
earth and the grandeur ot eternity with
a beauty and sublimity that was marvel
ous. His young lite closed with the
splendor of the setting sun. Amid the
consolations and hopes of Christianity
his young life slowly and certainly ebbed
away until the waiting spirit dropped
the tabernacle ot the llcsu to take on the
robes of Immortality. .
Haaeppa in Texaa.
A few days ago this paper gave an ac
count of a wild horse being seen In the
woods in Milan couuty by two boys wi:h
a man strapped to his back. The boys
gave cti&se but the horse dashed off
through woods and thickets and was
soon lost to all pursuit. Now it comes to
us that the horse has been seen near
Round Rock with the man still lashed to
its back, and that last Saturday an at
tempt was made .to capture the animal,
but It was again too fleet for its persuers.
Our informant said that a large party
was being gotten up to mako another ef
fort last Monday, and that thev would
go prepared to shoot 'the horse. When
and. where the man was strapped to the
horse Is not known, and nuither is it
known how he met his death. It Is per
haps more probable that he was killed
and then lashed to the horse by his mur
ders in order that the remains might be
carried far away from where the deed
was committed. We shall endeavor to
get further Information regarding this
strange Mazeppa-like affair. Texas F.r.
Lyon's Kathiiron makes beautiful
glossy, luxuriant hair ; prevents its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 y ears. Is charmingly perfumed
and has norival. 3-10-dAwly
Hagax'm Mau.voi.ia Balm preserves
and restores the complexion, removes
freckles, tan and sallowness ; makes the
skin soft, white and delicat. Its appli
cation cannot be detected. 3-10dawly
m WASTED " "'iS"
Gvants at the National Caclta.1
AMD TUB CAMPAIGN OF 1876.
JiiKt (lie book for the times. Gives a full history
of the National Capital and (tavern men t. shows
how the government lias been managed since its
urbanization. Explains how jobs ure put
through coiitrress. i.ivcsalull history of the
Whisky frauiis and ltelknap frcaudal. It (rives
the lives of Haven, Wheeler, lilden and lien
pricks, (irand chance for Agent. Address.
K-I7-W-W J. 11 (.IIAMIIhlts, bt. I.ouis.Mo.
E. N. FRESHMAN & BROS.,
199 w. m si, mmmi, o.,
Are authorised to contract for advertii-la-
in tbia paper.
Estimates furnished fret, itad for Cirt ifutr
Highland Park, 111.
A 'ollKlts stud Preparatory laell
tullsi for SJsdiM.
tall session begins September ioth, 17.
Course of study thorough auu exienuwi. liars
facilities for Music, Krawiugjaiid fainting
Maimers, Morals aad Health of Ute Ural impor
tance. Collur buildioas commodious, aad
well MrnUhed, No rooms for puplU above two
nucbu ot stairs. Loeatiou auraenv. - Theee
who haea M.usnlata.1 their ardinarv School aJa.
ration elsewlMre may be raueirad to pursue oar
Mir her courses with special aavaniajfe. KO
WAHD f. WESTON. JatlIBT.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, : - - $100,000
' ' ' omcfM ' 1 '
!7 AHPAT, President.
A. n "ArTORDCaehler.
WALTER HTBLOP. Am'I Caafcler
-. MAKCtotta :
H L. RaIawav, W P. rUumav,
G. U. WiLLLtmoM Mrarmrw Hian,
A. b. SAtroHn,
Exchange, Coin and United State
Bonds Bought and Sold.
r proas. President. H. Wells, Cashier.
f. Neff. Ice 1'res't. X. J. Kerth, Asst. ash'r
mm m mi,
Corner Commercial Ave and bth Street
V. f.'ross, Cairo. Win. Kluge, Cairo.
I'. Neff. Cairo. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
A. Suaauka, Cairo. K. I., nillingsley, t Louis.
t . Kuder, Cairo. H. Wells, Cairo.
f. M. Hrltikman, .t. Louis,
J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia.
i General Banking- Baal Ben Dose.
tJ-Evchantre sold and bought Interest paid
n 'be Savlufc Department. Collections made,
nd all b'nin ess promptly attended to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A. B. SAFrottD. President.
8 S TAYLOR, Vice President.
W. UYbLOP, Uec'T and Xreasnrer.
P.W. BAacLAT, Chas. Qauohr,
f. M. S-rocarLETR, PaulO. bciiLii,
B. U. CUWNINOUAM. II. L. HaLLIDAT,
J. M. Phillips.
INTEREST paid on deposit at the rate ol six
percent, per annum, March 1st and Septem
xr 1st. Interest Dot withdrawn is added imme
i lately to Die principal of the deposits, thereby
(ivintf them compound interest.
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else oan draw it.
Open every businessday from 9a.m. to S p.m.
ai Saturday evenings for savings deposits only
roras to 6 o'clock.
W. HTSAOP. Trasurarer.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
Foreign surd : Domestio
WI-EH OF AIsIs KINDS,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
ME98BS. SltTTH A CO. have constantly
a Urge stock ot the best (roods lu in mar
ket, and give especial attention to l ha wholesale
ranch of the business
Chartered by the
State of Iilinoia
for Ute express
n all cases of private, chronic, and urinarv di-
seases ia all their complicated forma. It is well
Known inai ur. James nas stoou ai tneneadol
the profession for tbe past rears. An and
experieuoeareail-iniportaat. HesutnaJ Heak.
um, nigni losses uy urtams. pimples on Ui
face, lost manhood, ean positively tie eureed
I .adies wauling the Biost uelicate attention, call
or write. Pleasant home for paliuuU. A book
for the million. Marriage Guide, which tells
you all alsiut these dtmstses - who should marry
why not lu cents to y posbige. Ir. James
has so rooms and parlor. You see no one but
the doctor oiBce hours, 9 a in. lo 7 p.m. oun
days, 1" to U. All business strictly contldeu
oMamed in the United
States, Canada, and tu
. States, C
.Viliosa of i
1 1 mm cm in
unna aa low as
f aov other relia-
house. Corresuou -
den ob in vied ia the l.ng.
lish and foreign anguages, witn laventors, At
torneys at Law, and other Roliciitors, especial!
w th those who have had their cases rejected ia
ttiebamU ol other attoruevs. In rejected cases
our fees are reasonable, and no charge is made
unless we are suooeeslul.
irvou want a pat
ent.send us a model
or akeleth aad a
full description ot
ay oar loventloa.
sxaminationat tbe patent ottic. and 11 we think
it patentable, will send you papers and advloa,
ad prosecau your case. Our lea will be la or
a oral or wnneo in nwiere
lalm. .n ..a -
I'aieui Law ami
rett. Kx-Comailsaloaer of Patents,
Clavrlaoil, uaio i . ss . mmumj.
Seuoaal usaaM.liuaviiie, m
s,illsville, avy i CommoA
S. St., Waahlngtoa. V. C.
fat oar OuMa sue Okia
r-asd avkaam fat oar ouMi
ta mm s a
i 1 1 mil
a&sja a aw w
1pm of Paieals, Waealaftu. V. C
This great International Exhibition, de.
sighed to commemorate the one hundredth
"JiLTxVT- ,L A.r' lJer..ndence,
;i'"r.'' loiu, auu wm ciose November
li)th,I76. All the nations of tbe world
and all Lha ataLaa anrl .m4,..u.
n sxjjpartloi patlng in this wonderful de- I
u...uuu, unDKiug tog-eiiier me roost
uOTi!,iToiiieciion oi art treasures,
mechanical inventions, sclentlfle disvarer. i
eries, manufacturing achievements miner-'
-i"""""'"-, bu agricultural products
the exhibition are situated on tbe line of
the Pennsylvania Railroad and embrace 450
acres of valrmount Dark, aU highly 1m-
.v,v. -uu ui uaiiicuieu, on wbica arc
erected tbe largest hull, line.
ted five of these covering- an area of flity
acres and cos'.inK t5,0b0.000 Tbe total
nuraDeroi Duiidioffs erected for tbe pur
poses of the exhibition is near two bun-
V ii ' lue lnlrt!' I'',T, immerllatf ly
luc upriiuK oi me exntbttion a
uuiiiuii auu a iu uier ot people visited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
THS OBEAT TBUKK UJtX
PAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. S.
Is the iuos, direct: convenient and econom
ical way ol reaching Philadelphia and this
great Exhibition trom all sections of tbe
country. Its trains too and Irom Philadel
phia will pass throuflh a grand C'enteonial
depot, which tbe company baa erected at
the main entrance to tbe Exhibition
grounds lor the accommodation of passen
gers who wl h to stop at or start from tbe
numerous large hotels contiguous to this
station ane tbo Exblbitiou a convenience
ot the greatest value to visitors, aad afford
ed exclusively by tbo Pennsylvruia Kail
oad, which Is the only line running direct
o the Centennial buildings. Excursion
rains will a lso stop at tbe Kncampmentof
he Patmns of liusbaudry, at Elm station
on this road.
Tbe Pennsylvania Railroad is the grand
est rail May organization In tbe world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway,
forming continuous lines to Philadelphia,
New York, liaitiniore, and washiogton,over
which luxurious day and night cars are
run from Chicago, St. Louis, Louisville, Cin
cinnati. Indianspolis, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie withous change.
its main line is laid wlte double and third
tracks ol heavy steel rails upoa deep bed
of broken stone ballast, snd its bridghs are
all of iron or stone. Its passenger trains
are equipped with every known vmproe
ment lor comtort and safety, and are run at
faster speed forgreater distances then the
trains of any line on the continent. The
company nas largely increased its equip
ment lor (Jedtcnnlal travel, and will be pre
pared to build in its own shops, at short
notice sufficient to fully accommodate any
any extra demand. The unequalled re
sources at the command of the company
of the company guarantee the most perfect
accommodations for all its patrons durlmr
the Centennial Exhibition.
Tbe magnificent scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Railroad is so justly celebra
ted presents to the traveler over its pcrlect
roadway an ever-ehangimr panorama of
river mountain and landscape views tine
qualed in America.
Tbe eating stations on this line are un
surpassed. Meals wil! be furnished at suit
able hours and ample time allowed tor en
Excursion tickets, at reduced rates, will
be sold at all the principal railroad ticket
offices in the West, Korthwest and Southwest-Bo
sure that yonr tickets read via the
Great Pennsylvania route to the Centen
nial. FRANK THOM30N, D. M. BOYD, Jr
lien. Manager. Gen. Pass'r Agt
O CALLAHAN& HALL,
Hoofing and Outtering a Speoialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty In
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods. Pumps, Stoves
J obhlag ProsmPtlr Doao.
Th "7 yrtrt .xptrkim la th. tnvtauul oi Sexual tuu
Chronls Uieaoul b..i(i . hl
1M1M . A siolaaioal View of Siirnaa
M&1. x"lll,,M"''liu i"" iip.iiui
UaartUar' '"'. a tta. ay.trrm ol n-aUluct
Wis soi lnrinitinoi i.uth.
lii.uho.Mj vomanluxxl Aa 11 luMratod book ul Mi iiaaii
A PRIVATB MXDICAL TSXATTSK ra all
a Frieala Nature ia boih itim, Uirilmansia i.
ordvr. ul th viaal .jr sa, aua Um iumui iA cut., 1jvimv
ilh .ngrrmviua.. trul uiidtrwkl luiSiu.
MEDICAL ADVICSoaa.auaia(iS Chmiir Di
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market, and far auprlr Ss i'osi.
ralratsl Ly for all psirpoasss
fur whleta IS la awJ.
Put up in one pound metal cans, convenient
for use In families for luakiag hard and soft
soaps, and lor cleaning purioses generally. Di
rections for snaking soap, etc., aucompaalog
eauta can. ...
t-or cleaning type, presses, machinery, paints,
sorumlug water, waahiag sinks and fruit trees
tu the spring, it Is unesjiuUrd for excellence and
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and 1 rug gists everywhere.
Tlaaeher Hall'a laiwUelsIa auad
Dlaiuleeusais rdor is iuvaluable KrtlM
deatrnctioaoflae potato bug, cottoa wosmgfa
aorpsm, mice, rata, roachaa, luaeeta, aad ver
uiUt of alt kiada. It to aarsatoaa la Sam aasl
animals, aad tar 'ehssuaw laaa 1-
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Leading Journal of Sonthern
Will steadfastly oppose the policies of rbe
Republican party, and refuse to be tram
melled hy the dictation of any clique In the
It beiieves that the Republican party has
fulfilled its mission, and that Lbs Demo
cratic party as now organised tfconld be re
stored to power.
It believes tbe Radical tyranny t
for several years oppressed tbe South
should be overthrow and the people Cl tbe
southern States permitted to control their
It believes that railroad corporation
should be prohibited by legislative f cscts
tnents from extorting and unjustly discrim
inating in their business transactions With
It recognises tbe equality o be
fore the law.
It advocates free commerce t&rUT for ,
it advocates resumption ot sped per
mens, and honest payment of tbe public
It advooates economy in tbe adatlBUtra
Won of public affairs
AS A NEWSPAPER
The Bulletin will publish aU tbe Iocs, nevt s
ot Cairo, and a variety or Commercial, Po
tltlea!, Foreign aad General News, and en
deavor to please all Ustes sad tnterest sll
fs a thirty-two column paper, furnished to
subscribers for the low price of
$1 25 PER YEAH,
Postage prepaid. It Is tbe cheapest paptr
In tbe West, and is a pleasing Flresiue
Visttor and Family Companion.
Cannot tall to see the tn-ival lndate
menta offered br Tbe Builetia la tbe we
el cheap and profitable advertisements.'
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