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"TOWN AND COtJNTRY
Al the IICILKTlllfllu'
Your House Needs Painting Badly,
hi niiiv imiinv it look .lini'f n1 rnsiv. I. nt (or tin- nioro important re 1 HOI I tlllit
wants protection from the wr-uther. With this I'aiut, F II A S.MAU. HI M,
you mil t'intci't aii'l lb sillily your h' n--, making It
Attractive: uridlin itiiitf.
Tlic Town nH)untrjr Hemly Mixi l I'uinimii-prciel from nr white lead,
nro Oxide ol .ine, and the ttiic-t und strotitrrst rolorin;? mnti1al obtainable, mixed
itli prcarail Mir.id : til, which dries with a fcloss durability unattainable by
he hiiii material mixed in the orUhiary manner.
Lead mid Zinc, mixed In thU way, an- n't affected hy changes l ti tiiperaturc, will
ot crack, blister, peel, flake or ehalk, al will always Jry with the holiest iiM.il.le
K.lihh. They are warranted to stand tinder all pour, anil will tonii a perfect y
itttr-proof loverln.:. very ilaslm and beautiful. They will work freely mult r the l,nib.
ii . t may 1k applied by the most Inexperienced person when the ltre tlouaarc followed,
toiih the employment ol regular painters Is advised when obtainable.
Toil I'alnt I always Keitdy for u-e without the lncon inter ce or exjicme of
ny nddillonul material.
3no Gallon will Cover 200 to 250 Square Feet
fall ami get a ( Ircttlai iflvinu' all desired information in regard to the
TOWN AND COUNTRY" Ready Mixed Paints
ONLY TO BK HAD AT Til hi "MJN OF THK OOLDKN LION,"
The Greatest Discovery! Age
(Patented April Ii. 170.)
Had. is Kever at. J Auif Pad is no imposition.
nor loft It pre-cud to
.nr.. win.. ut nwdicinn. The Pad is medicated with i-ltettive cuinpotiutls.
and cures by absorption, acting direct oti the Uvcr anil Moinarh iruux-d-lately,
thus taking Iroin the svstem all malaria and llilions poisons. Kodf-'crs'
Kerer and Aspic a'ad niaken alao a ure rnrc in all iilscast s growing out of
a disordered I.icr.
Tho PuHle are autloued a;rairit uir. basin? tl.e counterfeit article, a
thi renreon" or two In tU market; unk your druik'i't for Koder' Kever
and A:u(; Tad. l'at. Apiil I J'b, l7o. Tnii. in : onlv original pad. lie
nro and auk lor the patented artiele. 'I he pri. i of Hixli'erV Fever and
' Afue Tad i oilr $1 and l pnt pot-iald t- any ad Wa o receipt ol price.
Ubticrre direction and buy none but Kodc;'. For sale by
Call and net a. Circular.
General Afteftt. Cairo, Illinois.
DRINK and LIVE
tho Curo of tho Ills that Flesh is Ileir to. Pure and Fresh,
tained Direct from their Sources and Kept on Ice.
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fATRO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY. SKPTKMHE11 24, 1870.
t kwha iiaiiii:k
Tlie following in the lut poem that the
lateUeo. . I'n-ntieo ever contributed to
the prcM the la-t, perh jit, that ho ever
wrote. It wn ndilreifned to tho (iaiivhler
ol Mr. and Mri. John K. Hateher, their
only i hild, who died at l'aris, TYtiD. -who
now Hlep In l: ie Hill Ceun lery, Coliiiu.
BETHESDu EUtJERil WATER
Of Waukesha, Wisconsin,
Blue Lick, Excelsior Waters,
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
All of the above Watere for sale on draught in Bottlee.by the Gallon in
Juks or Kepe, or by the Barrel by
BARCLAY" BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee. Cairo, 111.
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Vnuni; wanderer from a vniithern elime.
Forgive, I pr.iy, thu humble rhyme
That weleomex thee with heartfelt lone.
To colder tkiei than thou hait known.
May love, and hope and joy enfold
1 iiy you ni; form Iikc a mint of void ;
Aud mar no northetii bltst have power
To chili the tender southern Howe r.
Ah, Emma, Time bus set bia feign
Ofjtray on them: tbin loekx of mine ;
let thy dear memory wii: remain
A "tnioir or beauty" in my brain.
'Twill be aa it a lake, un.-tirred,
Should catch the shadow of a bird,
And the aweet imapeatill aboiild itay
V hen the bright bird bad pn.ed away.
Oh, Linma, thou art wondroua fair,
A new moon waving tn the air;
'I be love utar with a tender beam.
Hovering above it like a dream.
I love to mue In reverie
On what thou art. what thou wilt be ;
And hang wits Fancy' magic ait,
The ai gel picture in my heart.
The gentle swan that oar hi way
I pon the waters or tne nay;
The cloud that aeeins to move in sleep
Upon the trine and upper deep :
I he Mender willow, lithe and Iruil.
That sways before the swinging gale.
Are emblem or tUe grace that Owens
In all thou art, young queen of belles.
Time passes on, but mnyat thou live
To share eaen good that life ean give ;
jlay every year upon thee Ulng
Kith hleting Iromitadcwy wing ;
May gentle lovera 'round tliee thrnisg.
with cm lie and sigh and vow and sodz,
And all thy life with tears tin wet,
lie a sweet song to inuMc set.
Hut ah: it miy be thou wilt not
Kacape der woman common lot;
Kanh lovely roe that now a toms
i ny pain, may tear tbee wan u morns ;
Kach tount th at wooes thee no w to lave
Thy red lips in it cooling wave.
.Muv shrink away trom tliv embrace.
And leave but dust within its place.
Well, if it tnuxt be so-if t ate
Shall make thee sad and desolate
If all the star that o'er tbee bi.ru
Shall into lurid darkness turo
If every cloud now white, khall hold
'I'iie lightnings in it dark ning fold,
i hen, then, on: lovnet one, be Ktrong
To battle with the cruel wrore.
Or o'er earth's atmosphere to fly.
And wander in the open sky.
Ami see in doubt and darkness hurled
The wild confuioni of the world.
Anatln, Her Rentttirnt Capital.
C0R.ctatc a. MONRUb uTC
I'hcre it not a-more fascinating country
than thin about Auetin. There are more
majestic mountains and boundless plums in
Southern Colorado, and tin re the sky is as
blue and the atmosphere as transparent,
but here abide eternal springtime, and
there are forests and mountalus and ver
dure clad plains and a river as clear and
bl'bt as the bended Ueaelis relucted in
its waves. Au.-tin seems most beautilul
seen at sunet from the high bills beyond
tho river south of the city. When the sun
Is going down an ethereal golden mit rises
fmiu the river and the wood:. On a bright
afternoon the city floats on It as upon a
lake ; the capital and churches and public
buildings and pretty cottage on lofty ce
dar-crowned bills "seem bathed in amber
w aves ri'iog into the rose-bucd radiance
of the upper air." The mountains that en
circle the city catch the varylcg lights and
shadows of sunset and wave with lUrae
and "pale to whitentsi as the opal burns
and faden." Warmth, ingrance, silence,
encompass the beautiful city as does the
sparkling, rapid river that breaks through
the mountain to embrace the charming
capital. Mount Konnell, as was writ cn ol
Mount Olivet, ut Florence, rWes dark
at-alcKt the rov glory ol tho west. 1 h'. re
is ever a sea wind diffusing all the p'.ccd
odors of the pharmacies and of the budding
wood. Kverywhere, on every hand, there
is some beauty, some fragrance, a deep dell
or rugged height, or winding valley, and
glittering streamlet, and far away toward
the north are the boundless prairies out-
spteadingas infinity. It is this collocation
of every eliariu rendering a city beautiful,
that invests Austiu with matchless attract
iveness. It is in this that the secret spell
cotisibts, binding men and women to the
snot, uiaklnii thein asxert a degree ol loctl
attachment confessed by dwellers in no
other city of the south. It does not fade
but grows stronger with time. It ii a
straiue. subtle charm that makes u- love
Ait-tin with a p tssionate, cloe clinging
lailh, as the lalrest dwelling place that wo
have known. It is this lorco of nature that
must induce law-givers gathered in Austin
U make art tho ally of nature, and absent
to the appropriation of public wealth to
purposes ol taste in the adornment ot lofty
heightt with architectural charms On
every band from the summit of hills, whence
one looks down upon the glcamlnx river
uud white stout) houoes aud green aud pur
ple cedars of the valley, aud moss-crow ued
live-oaks, there are iu mid-winter flowers
and blossoming plum-trees. There it a ra
diant serenity ol light, aa the sun goes
down, that throbs in its Intensity, aud yet
it is "divinely restlul, like the passion and
the peace o( love, when it has all to adore
and nothing to desire." None who have
ever seen aud kuowu, aa was wrilt nol
Florence, cn forsake Austin, or suivr the
darkness ot the hills tu intervene dually be.
iiviun themselves and the capital ISut it
is uot duilug one afternoon alone that Au.
tlu Is iuvested with wondrous charms. It
la ever springtime here. Tn the North the
country Is green and beautiful, but It can
have nothing of the radiauce, the cheerful
ness aud testacy of springtime iu these
southern latitudes. The priiiglime of the
North U pale, wear to'.d, "with. Keutle,
coloiless sweetness of Its world of prim
roses ;" the springtime of Austin is " rain
bow huad, like the profusion of au'woots
that luugh with it in every htm of tflory,
under even rugged wall of r-lone and be
"ideivery hill led, laughlm? streamlet."
spring in the noilh is a child that wakr
from dreamt of death ; spring in the south
j a child that wakes from Jreami' of love.
Ooo Is rcciicd und weleomeJ from I ho
ravp ; the oiher " comes smiling on a sun
beam Irotn hetven." There i.s nothing on
t'-lli like th sinilo ul Ihe.o sunlit nioui
tains and valleys and boundless! prairies
and bright river w hen awakened by spring
after dozing through the winter In the de
licious odors u eedirwood tires. "Tlm.e
is n gleam oi divine glory in It, and one
leans dowu mill ba-ks iu the sweet a'r that
I- liko a breath of Paradise."
til id an 1 grai ion- days through a twelve
mouth have shed it, on us continuous lu-ter.
we may well love to linger on them.
(if all the years ol our lives this has been
illumined with the sweetest sunlight.
Never have flowers blossomed more bright
ly, or fruits ripsucd more gel erously, or
waters murmured more sweetly, rr birds
ning nivre charmingly than through all the
months of this wondrous year. To rise
when nil the-e hills and mountains, and
plains are flushed with the epieiidors ol the
earliest dawn ; to traver-e oven in midw in
ter deep green cotton li Ids while scarlet
flowers clatp the gliding leet ; to watch the
purple w raith of rsin haunting the silvery
lairuess ol the particolored hills ; to sec tho
shadows chase the sun's rays on the dusky
sides of Mount I'.onnell ; to feel the living
light ol the cloudless day beat as with a
million pulses ; to go out into the lustre of
the night aflame w iih astral splendors until
the dark, still plains and deep and darker
valleys blae like a phosphorescent sea ; to
breathe the wondrous air, solt as the fir.-t
impa4oned kisses ol young love and rich
as ainc with delicious odors of a world ol
flowers these have been our joys, as was
written of Ialy the joys at oace ol the
senses end the soul. This is the dreamland
of the continent, and the cold breath that
eonics now and then from ley caverns be
neath hyperborean snows imbues us with
strouger affection for the homes we have
beneath these cloudless skies, funned by
delicious breezes, which, waun with the
life blood ol the equator, come tripping
away from the tropics with laps lull of
Austin must become the abiding place of
poetry, the chotenseat ol learning and art
and of statecraft, the woitby capital of a
matchless em ire. At night when the bril
liant stars, shining more resplendently here
than elscwhure In America, deck the heav
ens, and when the moon rests on the sum
ait ol the mountains the city becomes lus
trous against the shadows of the night
The Colorado gleaming in its stony banks
like a stream of liquid silver, grows white
in the shadows of the night and breaks
forth with scalitte sound against rugged
walls that hedge It la. The little city,
about which the river bendi like the " bo
of ptomise," nestled among hills and val
leys, is dreaming of grander years to come,
The light that breaks upon the future is
more grateful and brilliant beca ise of the
darkness and night from which wo have
emerged, and ll nature may be prophetic,
the charms of the-e tropical days, gilding
with naineles-s splendor the dawn of the
century, portt-nd for the coumon wealth
and its capital a glorious destiny.
parly represents all the iiitcllljenee, tniir
iilitv and religious culture of tin; Amrri
chii' people. Like many other Republicans
In; is n SablKttll school s-ilperiutendent
mid Is, id course, in hearty sympathy
with liny jjood HepuMienn who Is putting;
lortb liisftiilenvors for the advancement ot
bin parly aiul tliei iined nioi al ntuM 'liris
ninl Will lie! exposed. The. In In- 1t.-e.au
shall snatch tlie nta-k from its tildeou
l ice: Nnst shall diitw a cartoon (irant
shall send troip into Illinois as well nt
South Carolina, ami every citizen, ul 1
over this broad laud, shall enjoy, unmo
lested, the right of fiilVcrafro' .roirarilles-s
ot religion, race, color, or previous con-
tian piojjtoss. On leiiriiins that this print j ditiou of servitude.'1 Then bis list cure
JOE DEVLIN'S FATE.
A Colored ftciiiorrat tfiirlreu ny
Mitipil llndlrnlit-Tbe Mnnsletl
Body round on Hrllroad Track.
From the Memphis Appeal.
Another case of murder by Kadlcals la
reported from Missiscippl, the victim being
a colored man,. Joe Devlin, who was a well
known Democrat and an ac'ive member of
the Tilden and fendricks club at Winona
Devlin had been a number of the Deuio
craticclub for some time, nd was well
liked by all of the white people of Winona,
Owing to his influence and tho active part
he took in politics, he became unpopular
with the white aud nei'ro Kadlcals. Last
Saturday Devlin went to Winona, and hav
ing transacted some business departed for
his home, wh'eh was near the line of the
railroad, and some distance from town, ile
was not seen slive alter that time, but next
morning bis litt les body was found upon
the railroad track a mile from Winona
The train had passed over the body, which
was frightfully mutilated and a shocking
sight. As soon ag the members of the Wi
nona D mocratic club httrd of Devlin's
fate, they took charge of the body and had
it decently buiied. The funeral was one of
the largest ever seen in Winona, six huiv
dred white Citizens, with all the members
of the Democratic club being iu the proces
a'on, aud follow ing the re mains to tho
grave, ot a single uepuoiicaii, wuuu ur
black, though many were the ne'ghborsol
Dcvliu, at cuJedhis luneral or assisted iu
tho dlggiu,". of tho gtave. We are rel'ably
informed that the Kad cal negioea waylaid
and murdered Devlin, ai d then placed his
dead body on the railroad tra;k so as to
have the m irks of violence obliterated by
the wheel of tbctrciu. It I" unnecessary
to give tho circuiustaiict s or the names of
the puriiis connected w ith this foul ami
heartless inurdel, for they will be brought
to light and made public by the instruiueu
talltyolthu law. It troaps aud I'uited
States marshals, vested with plenary power
aud arbitrary authority are needed in Mis
alKsippI, it can only be t i protect colored
Democrats trom violence aud murder by
tho niembrrs of the Hcpublicai party iu
Itokt, the IUlu mer .
(Special C'orresKiiiltHc Chicago Times.)
Ohk.uox, HI. Sep. l:l. Kvery one here U
highly elated over the tamo of the sll-Ver-touKiieil
orator from llliuou, who is
astonishing the natives of New England
ami the Kat by hi brilliant llaslieu ot
oratory. 1 mean K. O. InjrersoU. tlio
eliaiupiou of the "plumed knight"
Some of our citizens ore wondering why
it i that this state contained bo tlegaut
a speeliuau of an orator ami that they
knew ho little of hi liUtory. Our pout
master here is one o.' hi admirers. Like
all postmaster lie U a strong Republican.
Liko all Republicans ho is uru that his
moral reformer wan not the? unknown
man which In! supposed, but wa the au
thor nf u cclelnatc'l work on theology,
he had a lii:iu; ileirt; to read hU book
and know more ol the inner life of this
Christian rclormcr. So he procured the
bonk, ,,lnjfer.oirn Irtures," b-lt thenf
llcc in chariru of a tli nitty, hastened home?
and gathering his little family circle round
him, Hat (low n to read tlicm some eloquent
liaisons ol moral instruction. Coiiimcti
einjj with that incomparable, text. "An
honest iod is the noblest work of man,1
he read on page 17, tho following: "All
that U necessary, as it.sccms to inc. to con
vince any responsible person that the bi
ble is simply ami purely ot human inven
tion of barbarian invention is to read
it. Head it as you would any other hook;
think of it as you would of any other:
get tin; bandage of revrenco from your
eyes; drive from your heart the phantom
otlear; push lroin the throne or your
brain the cowled form ot Miperstition
then read the holy bible, and you will be
amazetl that you ever lor one moment
supposed that a being of iuliuatc wisdom,
goodness aud purity to be the. author of
tuch atrocity and ignorance.'" lie stopped
here and looked ut the cover and the pro-
face to see if ho were not mistaken; but
there was the unmistakable signature
in plain characters. 11c opened in a new
place and began again: "Some nations
have borrowed their gods. Of the iiutn
1t wo are compelled to say, is our own.
The Jew s having ceased to cxUt as a na
tion, anil having no futher use for a god.
our ancestors appropriated him, and
adopted their devil at the same time.
llus borrowed gotl is still nu object ot
some adoration and this adopted devil
still excites the apprehension of our ico-
ple. He is still supposed to be selling ins
traps and snares for the purpose of catch
ing our unwary souls, and is still with
reasonable success, waging the old w ar
against our god.'1 Then he again paused,
wiped Ins glasses and said, "iiem.
His wife was drumming with lief loot
and he said to her, "This must be irony;
let us try anothci chapter.'1 Ho turned
to that sublime and poetic uescnpiion cn
Christ's temptation by Satan, where the
subject is treated in such a masterly
manner as only I ngersoll could treat so
grand a theme. He read: "The Chris
tians now claim that .lesus was God. If
ho was God ot course the devil knew that
fact; anl yet, according to tins account,
the devil took the omnipotent God and
placed him on the pinnacle of the temple
and endeavored to Induce Him to dash
himself against the earth, railing iu
that lie took the creator, owner aud gov
ernor of the universe up into an exceed
us v Inch mountain and oiieru mm tins
world this gram otsand it ne, tne uoci
of all the worlds, would fall down and
worship him. a poor devil, without even
a tax-title to one foot ot dirt. Is it possi
ble the devil was such an idiot ? Should
any great credit he given this deity for
not heinsreautrht w ith such chaff V The
devil the Driuce ot' sharpers the king of
cunnnitf mo manur ot Ttnessc. irviiis i
bribe God witn a grain of sand that bC'
longed to God!"
Here he again found a convenient stop
ping place, and called upon his daughter
to bring liltn a utiiik. ii was eviuent
trom bis countenance that a new thought
had struck him, and he gave no intima
tion ot what it was. lie turns to a new
chanter, entitled "Thomas Paine; with
his name ielt out the history oi ituerty
could not be written,11 and he again essays
to read. "Who at the present day can
imairine the courage, devotion to princ'r
pie, the intellectual and moral grandeur
it has remuredto be an infidel, to brave
the church, her rocks, her fagots, her
dungeons, her tongue of lire to defy
her heaven and hell, her devil and her
God t They were the nouiest sons oi
earth. They were the real saviors of our
race, the destroyers ot superstition, the
creators of science). They were tho real
Titans who bared their grand foreheads
to all the thunderbolts of the gods." He
here again raised his eyes until they met
those ot his wife, and he beheld a look ot
mingled horror und perplexity. Ho
looked for a time iu meditative silence
and then exclaimed, "Do 1 sleep or am I
dreaming? Is this unmitigated both and
demagoguery, or must tho tongue ol
slander be again piuckou trom tne Drawn
throat of treason r 1 will again satisfy
myself if this document is the genuine
theology ot the new Daniel Webster of
the w est." lie opened in another place
and commenced again, "The church has
been and still is a great robber. She has
rilled not only the pockets hut the brains
of the world. She Is the stone at the sep-
ulclier of liberty the upas tree In whose
shade the intellect of man withered;
the Gorgon, beneath whoso gazo the hu
man heart has turned to stone. Under
her Influence even the prostrated mother
expects to he happy in heaven, w hile her
brave hoy who tell lighting for the rights
ot man shall wrlthu In hell. It has been
unmitigated evil In all respects. It has
been a charitable highwayman a pro
fligate beggar a genuine pirate. It
lias produced some angels and a multi
tude of devils. It has built more prisons
than asylums, it has made a liiimlrcd
orphans while it has cared for one. Iu
one hand it has carried the alms-dish,
and in the other the sword. I thus found
ed schools and endowed universities
for the purpose of destroying true learn
ing. It lllled the world with hypocrites
ami zealots, and upon the cross of its own
Christ it cfusillcd tho individuality of
man.'1 Here the postmaster raised to
liia feet and commenced walking to and
fro across the room, while he continued
to read: "Some throw away the Old Tes
tament, and elinir to tho New, while oth
t is give up everything except the idea
that there is a personal Got), and that hi
some wonderful way we are tho objects
ol his care. Kven this, iu my opinion, as
science, the great Iconoclast, marches
upward, will have to bo abandoned with
the rest. Tho great ghost will finely
hhare the fate of the little ones. They
tied at the lirst appearance of tho dawn.
ami the other will vanish with tho perfect
day. Christianity has always opposed
every forward movement of the human
race!" At this point the postmaster had
reached tho clamix of rage, and lie hurled
tho took Into tho corner, knocking over
the cat and frightening the children ex
ceedingly. Thrusting his hands through
his hair, he shrieked. 4'lt Is Just as Logan
said. every loyal citizen must have the
knife ot shinier plunged Into his charac
ter by theso reputation assassins. An
investigating committee of this confeder
ate congress has done tins thing ; written
this document, had it bound at govern
ment exiensp, dubbed it the theology oi
lugersoll, and sent it broadcast through
the land to corrupt the morals ot the
young, and tuus make ucmocratic votes.
down upon the tabic so as to endanger
the kerosene lamp. Tears were in tho
eyes of the whole family. The theologi
cal lectures still lie iimiii tin' floor. Their
author will doubtless bo vindicated mid
sent to the I niled Slates senate.
an nvcrilnsr at illnn.r often ilrranrte
Hit- system, bring, on flutiiirnre and wind colic,
and subject, tlir patient In Kretit liOdily sutler
ihg. A innl dune of
Tarrant's Seltzsr Apsrtnt
will correct the aridity, rrlieve the rutin, carrv
oir the onvnilinir rani'e, and nave wmietimes a
a hunt spell of i1!nc. It r fleet are frenlks and
Ihnriititrli. and its frcncrul use would prevent
si ii.it nr At.T.iirtr!(ii9TS).
4. if A day at home, Agents wanted.
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City National Bank
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WALTKIt IIYSLOl'. Ass'l Cashier.
UTAATK TAVbOB, It. II. C;pSIHIIAII,
I.. IIalliday, V. I'. Hali.iuat,
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If ynn want reliable Information, whereand how
toVet n elteap Farm or coveroment Home
tad five .end )ur address to si. .1, lill.
MiiKK, l.niiil ( immisioncr, Lawrence Kansas
and receive itntlis n eoyy of The Kansas l"a
$57 ? 75
eek lo siren l. Sample free,
, i VH KKKY. Anmib, Maine.
el.-hrnteil fir lt PnritT, Rtrenfth aafl Flsrr
tvnrr.vi'rl to Keep I'lrkles. Wc Uastrantec It l
! entirely fre from Kulphmie i(rl or M her deleter!
vinmilis'unce, with which .Vol nr)ri;(irl.tlnlterted
Kormile hr all ftrneer. Ijtrpmt Vinegar Work, la h
IVurM. toiab.lMH. it. L. J,rCSSIN3CO.,Chlla
prtJTCIOiir luiirx life-like stit l enprsvloKS
HUCrilOloi the 1'i-ejiiilcntiul tnmlidates sell
mkk Inipidly. Send furrircnliir. N.Y.Kn
18 a daylrnvinn Cn.M W all Mt..lmxHttHiJr.
t 4-n ClOrt perday at home. Samples worth
i,u niwi flvK. stituon A Co
QCKxtni Fine mixed Carls, with nnmc. 1" cts.,
"liost puiil. L. Jo.nks . Co., Nassau, N . V.
in ItellvloiiM ninl Aitrlenlf nral Week
lira llalf-irlee. send for Cafaloirne on the
Cist I'lan. For in formal lou, mldrcss,
GEO. P. HOWELL ft CO., 41 Park Bow,
vi w YORK,
The Old Reliable
Boot and Shoe Maker,
Has re-oiK'iied his establishment in the
Where cm be found an extra
of (roods in his line,
(iive .Tones a call.
Uenetnl BankinK BililneHa Hone.
rt"F.ehanfre Bold and boliKht. Interest paid
0 in .s iii)?a lertiiient. C'olleetioiis made,
nd all b'iin ess brnmiitlv uttenited to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1869
CITY NATION Ali BANK, CAIRO
A. It SAFKOKI), President.
S 8 TAYI.Ult, Vice President.
W. HYSLOP, Sec'y and Trvasurvr.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
VIJKS OF ALL IA1NUN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESSHf . pMYTH A CO. have eonsUntly
a Urge stock ot the beat goods In luv mar
ket, and ive especial attention to I be wholesale
ranch of the business.
IUIICLAY, ClIAS. GALtOIIBII,
Stik arLSTir, Pajil U. Scni u,
CiNNiNoiiAM. II. L. IIalliday,
J. yl. ruiLLiea.
LSTERKST paid on deposits at the rate ol six
percent perauuum, March 1st and S.pteni
mt Int. Interest uot withdrawn is addtsl innne
liutcly to the principal of the depotdU), thcrtby
liviiiK them coiiiDouiid interest.
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
0)ien every bneincssilny from Aa. m. lo S p.m.
ti Saturday evenings fur savings deposiU only
rum ti to a u 'cluck.
W. HTBLOP. Treaaarar.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. and Commercial At,
C. 0. PATIEB & CO
SVHniUHIlPi An tlliutrmt. J work Ti
E. N. FRESHHAN & BROS.,
193 V. rrt st, cscmTi 0.,
Are authorized to contract for advertia
1kk in this paper.
Estimate famished free. Send far Circular
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH S TREE 7
Betwan Washington anil Oommarola
Of the aWaUAl Vi4lllt U ftbuW ,
mt.. WU'a4 1 acu writ's tu tli
4'ieureul ivoriMiurtioflt iuw Iu
h troly happy ii Ui mafn d rrlftltoii. Maia mud fccntle.
(.UM anJ liildJle akifrd sAaHllU trftd tallU DrrM-nr tt t
ruiitmiiia infuriiisiiiun. Uti h uaoiic ftfiiira to b with
ciuli oo how lu prmvrve Ute ht-a.lt U, simI romplnioa, ami
fivrtu fkUt-tl t-tutka li Irralin'M l l)Uiii ; the Ival au4
fulv trua Martian Ouida iu tUa vorltl. tVrioa JOearuia
tr Mail. TUa author may be Lumulu d praiii!l.T er hr
mail ou any of thatmhUM'U muaUiiu! iu h wurk..A44ava9
lu. A. U. QLIX , IS W luiu&iaiiwu U t laMtfU LL
Slarrmv IiiimI. il.ulMteil
il!i i uiuctuu.i'ULfaviitifi
tuMiililc u ai-hr. all tiicou
uuk.itt,,. .liutiUI ki;uw I'll
Cirt.li,ii. Marn.0., tli
lv,i..l..pi, al M.ti'ri,a
ai,il Ki-vtlaliona ut ll,
lH-tU! k, .trill. llOW It,. -Ufa
alt kind of Diafaara, with hutidrtil. ol vuluahla vecrtpta,
u Ko .huulii marrv.th. linn iliini-iit. I marri.i.'', tliiir na
ture aud cure. Tr, al. on a'l IIimum.. tuliy raiilaimnff liirir
,'IUH i, ay inriltiin. and liK'ati, ti rur, : it i. ill. uulv l-.Mr
atrlffitlli' ira uSih. allid rvrr .libilSu, awl I. r,iiMilrt
in rv.ry n .im, i, ,-iii .,-, uri i , i
Ad'lrMa. Ilr. L'. A.
bC Lwuia, Vlo. KaatjIi.liiU iu Is
r.l ,in r, rnt ( iu eta.
Cliurlervd by Uie
Htate of Illinois
fur Ut cApress
purpose ol f ivintf
n ah ittM-s of private, chronic, and urinary di
seases in all their complicated forms. It is Well
known that l)r . James has stuod at the head ul
the priifesnioii fur the past J yeurs. Ace and
vxK-ric iicruic all-iinitorlaiit. Neinliml Wraki
rata, niht lu.sacs by dreunis. pimples on Ihe.
face lust iiMiihiHxI. can positively lie rurreal
Indies waittmil the moat delicate utleujiou, uall
or w rite. I'lcaiauiit huine for luttients. itivk
for the million. &lrriiijft) Guide, wliirh lulls
you all almiit tlte.se disease who should uiarry
--W hv uot I" cents to pay postage. lr. Jaluea
has .al room und ai lor. Vuu sea no on but
the dtM'lur Oilier hutirs, tt a lit. lo 7 p.m. fun
tlavs, Ul to I-. All busiueas atrirlly ewnfldeu
I I ontuinec
TLU conspiracy ami Intimidation must
4 II . OUkUlLV. A. W. 1-YAItI,
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
A.. "W. TYA.TT tfto OO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOR
Bullatln Bnlldlnv, Cor. Twalftb 8U
and WaatUnv ton Avanua,
CfCouutr aod UailruadWork a Specialty
in the t'nlle.1
Cauatla, aud tu
ruts as low
any oilier relut-
Iioum'. Corrusi twa
in vied iu Ihe tng-
lisli and Ion ikii miikiihk's- wtrn inventors, A t
torueysat IjhW, ami oilier Sollclltors, esptviall
w Ih llioite who have had Ihetr cares rejected la
theltaniU mother all.irne . In niectl caaea
our lees are rfaaouuhle, and uo charK ia nuitla
n ii leas wc are aucccsi-nd.
II you want a pat.
t'ul.senil us a iuoiWI
or skelr.Ui and a
lull description ol
W will xuake as
eianiiuatiiinut the ialent oltice, aud II wa thicti
it imtenublc. w ill isend yuu aiers and advica,
ami proaecuie otir cau, uttr lix win ui in or
nett. fe.x-Coniniliuilout'r of Patents.
Cleveland. into O. 11. Keliey, Cat) . See'?
Nalioual litunne. Loiiinlle, ky. I Cuuiaiodof
Iran i Ammen, U. H. K., Haafilnftoa. 1. O.
!Send Maitin fur our 'GukU t'uf ottaiav
luKl'ateuts," a iKM.k of' ea.
Adtlreta -Uslti HaaTr aft C., SollcJ
tors of I'aU-nU, Wsahinjtou, 1. C.
l is ir yer, noatai: prepaid, to any addraaa
UtST ASD CJIEAPKdT
Patter 'puhliahM; is foaUtxa 1-isola.
liuury cases, -..
Ill r:tl or written inniatlera