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Tii wpedii teuton of conftwss, it Is
now decided will be cll d Tor ihe Ufa
of Jnoe. -" '
Noticki MM eotert of twsnty-one
leu la encjrms hate own filed with the
rrk ef the how of reprewntatlm.
H. ll. McNit. editor of the hi db
vlUe CWfcr, believes himself tfce romlnjr
fovetnmeat riiiter. He is oke1 by
IIkxrt Ovkwtoi.c, the present mayor
of St. Ixuto,hM been nominated by con
vention! of the Democratic and Repub
lican parties foralwend term ol theol
H. lli oppofcitlon to Mr. Overstola U
bitter, bus the chances for a re-election
nil point in bia law. . .
A bill baa been introduced iuto the
Missouri bglslature to create thcofilce
ol commissioner oi lunacy, the commiss
ioner to " haye general srtperrislon of lu
natic asylums as to;the condition, care and
treatment of patients and of examining
Into tlM question of the sanity of ieople
sent to those institution. It Is Intended
to pretent the abuses which sometimes
exist of persons being restrained of their
liberty withoutbeing insane. The salary
Is to be three thousand dollars a year.
The bill, known as the compulsory
education bill, was defeated in the house
of rrprwontatlre at Sprlngtleld a lew
days ago, alter a discussion of six hour.
Th debate was an able one, not a few of
the most prominent members participat
ing in it Mr. Albright, of this district.
was one ol the roost earnest advocates of
the bill, and made a speech in its lavor
that was praised by all who heard it.
Mr. Watklns, ol the Mound City district.
spoke against the bill. His speech was
lnrenioua and eloquent. Alter the roll
had been railed, Mr. Albright changed
his wW and moved to re.
consider. ' This will give the lrlends
and enemies ol the measure
another opportunity to air their elo
quence and arguments about it. On the
main question - we are oppoed to the
principles of the hill, and we strongly ob
ject to its details aud miserable phrase
ology. The gentleman who wrote it was
not careful In the construction of his
tenteuces, and certainly did not know
what machinery tbo enforcement ot bis
bill would require. It it were enacted.
It would be a dead letter xenerally, and
could answer no purpose, except the par
pose ot some busy-body who would use it
to trouble bis neighbors, or to hoist mm
self into notice as a friend of popular edu
A Correspondent of the Chicago Eve
ning Journal writing from New York says
the question; uppermost in men's minds
there is "will Hayes succeed in bis admin
istration policy?" .The correspondent
then proceeds to answer the question
The general opinion here Ls that he
will not, simply because no man was
ever successful in runuing two parties'
lor any length of time, and no Pte;W
, -- - . party
those who carried him to victory with
out sooner or later arraying them in a
united opposition to him. Any one who
has held an. elective office, and has en
deavored to conciliate and win the re
gard ot both parties, can tell President
I! ayes that the thing can't be done.
The almost invariable result ls
that the man who endeavors to
do this either goes over to the
ciamy or becomes a stronger party mau
than ever. He deserts to the camp ot
those with whom he has been toying, or
talis back Into the arms ol his own gen
erals, and more than ever is guided and
influenced by their advice and counsels,
ft may be that President Hayes will sue
teutuily steer between both courses and
demoralize the Democracy while lie at
the same time holds tho Republican
party well In band. We sincerely hope
and pray that he may do this, if he
does, however, be will happily disap
point all Republicans hereabouts, who
have ever taken an active part in polities.
1HC DCTT Or OBGASIZATlO.
Hon. George R. Wendiing has written
a letter to the Democratic Central com
mittee of Shelby county on the
text: K)rganl7e at Once." His ad
vice to the Democrats Is to organ
lie immediately. "The Democracy every
where, In every township, county and
state," says Mr. Wendiing, "should be
gin the work of active organization. Let
Democrats tor the spring elections nomi
nate. In every precinct, a ticket composed
of Democrats. As a patriot and an hon
est man, no Democrat can give the
treachery and villainy of the P.adical
conspiracy that tacit approval he would
confer by voting lor any man w ho con
nived at or approves ot that conspi
racy." We have no doubt many honest men,
very patriotic men, believe that
Gov. Hayes was really elected, presi
dent, and that he was counted In
regularly and without doing any vio
lence toiuitlce. Ihis 1 not a very sur
prising tact since all experience has
proved that there Is no cause so bad it
has not honest advocates, and no belief
o ridiculous or wicked it has not honet
devotees. Nero and Jeflries had each
his admirers ; the old mythology, with
its multitudinous gods, numbered
among Its believers tho best and most
Intellectual of wen ; witebcratt
was believed to-be a fact,
-and thousands of honest people
now believe In Mormonism Spiritualism
andBeecher. Why therefore should we
be Surprised that even honest, Intelli
gent and wise people believe that Uayes
got into the presidential chair honestly?
We cannot Join with Mr. Wend
iing la -- his deuounelation of all
such people ; and would not, under
certain circumstances, withold our vote
from credulous person who was a be
liever la Hayes ; but nevertheless, we
Join with Mr, Wendiing In the beliel
that the Democrats should immediately
organize la every elective precinct In the
Union. It la the duty jf the DemocraU
to do ao. We hope this duly will not be
neglected by the Democrats of Cairo.
NKW TEMFKAHtE MOTEMEST
A very enthusiastic temperance re-
viral Is In progress In the state of Ohio.
It Is not, like the crusade ol a tew years
ago, a women's movement ; It Is engin
eered by men, and both sexes take a
like Interest In its progress and success.
Hundreds ol persons, men and women,
boys and girls, are signing the "pledge,"
and enrolling themselves uudtr the
temperance bannor. In some towns not
less than eighteen hundred names have
been placed upon the llt ol those who
have foresworn the (lowing bowl and all
It mischievous and dangerous pleasures.
Two gentlemen, Moody and Satikcy
tasbion, ant making a pllgrlmago of the
state and a description ol t ielr labors
and lu results, Irom a local paper of one
of the towns where they lectured, is of a
most interesting character. The "Tem
perance neformer" speak to overflow
ing audiences, and their hearers include
all classes of society laborers, mechan
ics, merchants, lawyers, doctors, preach
ers, university students and teachers, and
last, though nut by any mean least or
most unimportant, saloon-keepers and
rroe-sellers. The exercises, led by the
"Ke.tormers," are varied by addre..-es by
well-known cjHens, interspersed by the
singing of songs snd hymns, sometimes
in choru and sometimes by leading vo
calists in solos. At one meet
ing the enthusiasm became wild when
one of the prominent saloon keepers ot
the place went forward, signed the
pledge, and announced that he had re
solved to renounce forever the business
ot selling whisky and that his saloon
would be turned over to the temperance
lecturer! to sell at auction.
The sale took place the next day on
the public stjuarc of the town
and wa attended by a large
concourse- of men and women. The
biddiKg was very spirited and the casks,
bottles, glasses, etc., were disposed ot In
a very short time. The first glass sold
lor five dollars aud a quarter. Kach min
ister in the town bought a bottle and
glass, and many other persons bought
articles to keep as "souvenirs"' of the
great temperance movement.
The departure of the lecturers Irom the
town was the occasion of a public demon
stration ; hundreds of people ecorted
them to the railroad station, and as the
train moved off, "Hold the Fort"' was
sung in a deafening chorus. The practical
result of the revival was the formation
ot a "ChrlsHau Temperance I'nion"
whose members Include the names of
nearly every habitual drinker in the place
and the next move Is to be the establish
ment of a "Holly Tree inn," to take the
place in their affections that the saloons
have so long held.
Tk etrnis Cllitena ef WaHiinfloB
Ttinak HIM for stlN4eBa variM
III rraePrala War
He Anioa y the
(To the Associated Press.)
Wa&hisuton, March 22. K. B. Wa-di-
burne, United States Minister at Taris
mittee of Germans, w ho presented him
with resolutions, thanking him for his
services to their countrymen during the
Franco- (Jcr-man war.
Mr. Washburne thanked the commit
tee lor w hat they had done in comuiun-
alcatlng the resolution expressing the
sentjments of the Germans of Washing
ton, many of whom he had so long and
favorably known. lie aaki he was
deeply honored and touched by their
kindness, and that he should cherish
with gratitude the resolutions ot their
vifcit as charged with the protection of
Germans in France.
He had endeavored to dUctiarge the
duty Imposed upon him, not only In the
Interest of humanity, but in a manner
satisfactory to the German government.
and in a way to secure the approbation
of his own government, and without
wounding the sensibilities of the French
Much ot his success was due 10 the
kind manner in which the government
of the National League ot France had
enabled him to perform his duty, which
w as a delicate and responsible one. He
was a thousand times repaid lor all his
labors and anxiety by the tokens of ap
proval he had received from the German
government m w til as bis own, and by
the w arm and cordial thanks he was con
tinually receiving liom his Germau lei-low-citizens.
Mr. Washburne then thanked the com
mittee as the organ ol the German
American residents ol Washington. Col.
Wkkbam Heffman, who was secretary
of legation at Paris at the time ot the
selge, was present with Washburne when
the committee called.
NO ACTIOS Tllt.N.
The Cabinet adjourned about 12.H0,
without, It seems, taking definite aiv
tlon with rtgard to South Carolina.
I he Impression prevails that at least
another session will be held before the
government announces its determination
In the case.
MORTON'S BACK BROKEN.
lkKw ax-rolarjr r laKa
aa So Urn Stole!.
. (Special to Ui Baltimore Giurttc.)
Wasuixoto.v, March 18. The new
secretary of the nayy has taken the reins
In bu hands, and la driving ahead, re
gardless of protests from politicians
Belonging as be does to the older and bet
ter element ot Republicanism In Indiana,
and having formerly been a rather violent
Whig, It was well understood . that his
political sympathies did not Jruo in the
same channel as Senator Morten's have
since the policy ol reconstruction began.
It nettled him somewhat, on bis arrival
liere, to be Inlormed In a supercilious way
by tne headlight of Jioosier
polities that Ida appolatiueut
as secretary an caun through the Mor
ton Influence, Mr. Thompson wo'dd
have been better pleased to know that
the report was unfounded, and he was in
an Inquisitive state of mind about the
matter. On tbo morning after his arrival
be visited the white bouse accompanied
by Secretary Robeson, and found Sena
tor Morton on hand readv to receive his
dividend of credit lor the" ' nVxper-ted
dUtiucLpYhlgL hfctfMaVn 1he old
plaUblfr btfterT FutMdTon the au
thority of an witness, Uiat the presi
dent greeted his new secretary of the
navy with great cordiality, and said,
holding him by the hand w hile he spoke
and looking him earnestly all the while
In the face: "Co'onel Thomp
son. I heard you make a speech
in 11.". I" admired you then,
ami have watched you since with
great satisfaction and pleasure. You
were an old Wing, and 1 like old Whig.
Then, again, you married a Columbus
lady, and I got to know more intimately
otyoiiasaman in that way. You be
long to a school of polities which has
always commanded my fullest confi
dence, and your name naturally occurred
to me when I was endeavoring to select
a cabinet that would receive the appro
bation ol the country. Your appoint
ment was the only one that was made on
my own book, without the advice of pn
litical friend." They say Morton's tac
looked exceedingly troubled when this
last sentence was delivered, especially
because the president had chosen such
an opportunity to humiliate him. This
statement of the case, however, was a
decided relief to the secretary, and opened
his eyes to the fact that Oliver
had lsn shining in borrowed
jewel.-1. The sequel running to be told.
When Major Cash (late paymaster in the
navy) died, Mr. Morton saw a fine open
ing for his son .lohu, and at onre be
gan his importunities on the president.
Mr. Hayes was not disposed to be un-
civil, md reterred the vacancy with the
name of tho applicant to the lueretarv of
the nayy; urging him to decide the mat
ter. Mr. Thompson, on investigation,
found that this branch of the service was
crowded already beyond the limit fixed
by law, and realizing the impropriety of
Inserting another wedge, he recom
mended the promotion of II. Clay Good-
loe, In accordance with the civil-service
reform rules, and son John was con
signed to the a-te-bakct, where he
now remain. When this daring ex
ploit Is known ia Indiana they will
wonder how long Thompson pan live
with bis head in the lion' mouth.
roltri VKAKk BKKilllf: THK PI BLIO.
DR. C -Mv LANE'S
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.r l.ivtt Criiilaint,
AM- - I" K III AI'Ai ill.
SyiiipUMi tl .4 liic.i,.-J Liwr.
3AIN in the ri-ht 'le, ui.der the
outre t the ril-, inoreaon pres
sure ; -.oiuciimes tlie pain is inthe left
swle: the paiitin is raioly aUle to lie
em the left siele ; soinctiviits the jain
is A-lt under tin -hiill r -llaie, and
it freUoijiI t!cinl.s to 1 lie toj. of
the shot il lcr. 31.1 i ,' soii'rtiint niis
)ukeii fi r a ri'n-i'ii r.'l in hi the arm.
'i he -teMriPc h i
:'( -ctiu ;u u
'-I v. i'h los.sof
: :! !.ovels in
- . u.-. :iit.t alter-.1-
; !!lt ;l dull,
' 1 l-.k rart.
- 1., ! .r.iblc losg
i . .. .1 . , r h a ji.-ii n
. . 1, 11 undone
, ; t hae heeo
i!r . . ivh Ls ?ome
.r.i. , 1 .c patient
;r- .s.-:ird!,i!ity ;
d, iiii i rt are ( old
Ii-i romp! tins ot a
ot tin- .-Lin ; hii
l'.iitive W 1; I i :
wi;h pain, -
heavy v-r - i . .
'I here U . -fifrnenii-n
. :ix thli.j. ;ii !
itVre. A i-.ii' .
rimrs ;.!, t t.
torn plains r. ."t
he is ta-i!y star!.
er li;rri'H. ar.l
prie klv r.-:iii.n
spirits are 1- v ;
'aifiel thai ex.
tidal to hiii..
ard alJuii'h he ii
-r i-.cnouid Le bene-v-t
lie can sare el v
Visnrnori up i-i'tdc tn.i:gh to try
it. In fa. 1, h.-di-tru-ti every rcn
etly. N:rr-l of ric tlxne ump-
ttJl'l-v atUliU '.!.:
l.ae in e iirieti
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after death, 1 . ,
have 1u-i. .-....
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taken h il'a , ,.
ct ihsiiiets.t hupi.t
eath .rtii ..n !
tu, or ainr t-.!,;
woisltl at i c .-:!
with tliis li-t- ..
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ii f-l the l-'Xly,
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m. I Vuk, wh-n
.. . . ic prinhw.the
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are afrtit ted
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as a -irnpk- ."i..ii,f. they are tin
HKH AHK l.K I M 11 TlO .
The riiiii e !).. ( . MM.anf.'s
I.imk l'ii. 1.- .uc ii.mt snar leated.
I.er lt ha- .1 in v.a.x seal nil
the lid, Vit'' id..
iiujTi s-ion Dr.
.vr.i.tM. - 1 ,v it- l'ii .
I 'lie jiciiiii: t MM.ini's
1'ili.s lie.tr the -i'i.ainres
.M". I.am. irt I 1 him; It
:'t. on the
m- jii-i t ! iuiij.,i4 or
MurekeejM-r Jsi'iej; "1 the elluilHJ
l-. f. M'J.'M'.'S J.I Vl K I'll, pn-.
pared I iy lit-i.iin ' i'.x . I'mdmrrh,
.111 it a
Miu I , all ii-in.t lal-lt? uiii'-insts
and ouiiir ii.i-heeoer- veiierallv.
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rt t.f il,r I i.ae . ..
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.. I'iu.t -i.h, Pa.
fciiffiit-a BrunMSlf. Three I'ly uU liiKtaia
aio, niair i arpeia, nvel Kus, rumb
t'lutii, Oil 1 lothi, elf.., very eht-ao
st the (ll l'lat'
112 FULTOM ST.. NEW YOBK
C'sxeu rarelully seke4 sod sent loau
part ol Uie I'aiteil bUU tree cf charge.
J A. BEND ALL
Down so tho Friooo of
We are in receipt of tho Finest Stock of Cos
GENTS ENGLISH WORSTED CLOTHING
Kver drought to Cairo. Tbe-c ijooils are j.ur. Iis-e.l l.) Mr. Kuruliaki-r who lui.ltn in
New York, and take bis time in electlni( and buy tnic .iu-t what tbe market
neoilR anil at price-to suit the times. You will 1o well by calling
on u, to look at our goott anil pnrei. We nuke'
A Specialty of Gents Furnishing Goods and
Stetson's Fine Hat.
FARN BAKER & HAAS.
Corner 7th St. and Commercial Ave. in Winter's Block.
Mark These Facts.!
Hii- 1 t-S ruoiiT t.f tin- Whul Woil l.
HOLLOW AY'S PILLS.
"I htulnoaMxltt t H.illuwar' I'iliniateii.t-
a lwirty n."
' ) our nm arc fuar?v.J.mc."
' I M-ml fur anotlirrbox. ant kr-i llit-m io the
ItOUBP. ' '
"Ur. Ilolloway hnt eiirf-l nif hra'tni-tip that
"I irave one o vtmr I'ills It) my bal lor rlml-
pra morbus, lliedear lilllo thinir not (tell in a ,
My nauMwci a morning now oiirr.1-' i
'1 our box of llollowuy ' Ointment mrf.1 me
of noispf in thA h'l. 1 rublml wrnit- r.t Tour
Oitiliumt bhlndtJif pars, ami Hit noioPhwi left." '.
"."t-ntl me two boxpt-, I want one for a loor I
"i enciop a i.iiui your rif i r-ntn, mil t
the mwltcinp Ioiup is worth a dollar.'' (
"Svntt me Uv 1m. xe ol your IMliii." i
"It me have thrp V.xp of your I'llla t.y rr-
turn mail, for t hilU antt Ketr "
1 havpover 21"' urh tetimoniH) antl.-1, mil J
want ottl.atp ron.rli hip to onr-lute. '
For Cutaneous Disorders '
And alt tiui.ti.n of thpkkin. Mif oinlDifnt i-
luoit inTaluahlc. It does not hpal rxlerna'.ly
alone, out (wnetrawi w nn the moit mite ilk
Hfretg to the viy root of the evil.
Inxariul-Iy cure Hit; following diiaea
Disorder of the Kidneys.
Iu all liM"ake uflVctinif tln-so orKBiin, w hether
they oecn-to too murh or to little water; or
whether they he afflicted with btoue or (rntvel, or
with achea and pains nettliyl in the loins over the
regions of the kidneyH, there I'ilU shoul-1 be ta
ken arxordinx o the printed directions, and the
Ointment should be well rubbed intothe omail ot
the back at bed tiioo. Thia traatmt-nt will aixn
almost imme-tiatu n.lief lien .'.11 oth'r nii-HUt
For Stomachs Out of Order.
So Rietlit-ine wiJI no fltcliully improve the
tone of the stomarb aa lhe I'ills; tht-y remove
ail aW-tity oeeaJiioned either by iutemM:raoce or
improper diet. 1 hey rt-acb the liver ar.d ixlure
it to a bemlrjiT eetinn ;they are wondprrullv etlira-
nons ia raa of na ;ni in fact they never tall in
runny an aiBonpr" o. me uver and Moruatb.
HiI.LuWAi"'H i'lf.Mare the l,t known in
the World for the loi'ow in di.ea-a t Afrue,
Aitrhma, bilionn I ompla.ni, I'.loti-hc ou the
S-kin, Uoweim ( onuumptioo, In bilitv, iropsy,
lysnterr, Krj-silmi, innW Irregularities
levers ot all kinde. Fitit, Kut. Ib-a-lache. Indi-
irption, IniUmiiuiUon, Ji,c t .-e, l.iver Corn
plainti, Ltiniiiairo, Tiles, Kheumati.'iu, Htten
tiou of urine, .-Scrofula or kinj's f.vil, fore
Thmata, Stone and . ravel Tic-Iionloitreux,
Tumors, I leer, V-rn)- of :1 kinds, U eakoe'e
Irom any caiie, ef.
IMPOST ANT CAUTION.
None are gentum, iiuIphh rhe siirnsture of J.
lfayloek. aa atfeat for the L'oi'ed Malm, sur-
rounua nach box of Pii;.. and ii.Liiiimu A
han'taome reward will be iriven to any m ran.
derinv such informant n m may It-aJ to the
detection of any panr or parties ponnterfeitinir
the medicmee or vsn.'in tlie i-ume, knowinn
tbem to he sptirlou..
Sold at the manuiaetorr of Pr .iViu.r H,.i .
LOar A to., Hew lork, and hy all rp-pectable
drugjeiqu and dealer, iu ml .ae Uirouirhont
me 1-ivi.iea wor.d, ia at cents, i
eer.ts and St each.
- X3r There u coeiith-rhle taring by laWicg the
. Blireetlon f,rt!, ifuldance of patient
la etery disor h.rare alLn.il u each box
Office, lia 1 xberty St., Now York
K-tate of George Auju-tine, deceuseJ
The undfr-tiie-t, bavins been ai peinteil
Administrator of the Ketete ol Utort
Aupi-tioe. late ol the count v ol Alexander,
snd Suie of Illinois O'-r eate'd, bcrt by gives
liOtic that he will appear bt fore the Coun
ty Court ol Alt-saridi-r l ounty, at tbe court
house in Cairo, In aid County, at tbe March
Term, on tbe (Second Monday in March
next, at which time hii j,r fcaAins
claim a..ain-t said ltate are uotiiied and
requeued to attend for tbe purpo-e of hav
ing tbe same adjusted. All pi rnuns indebted
to said I.Utf are n-uuestedto make imme
diate piymcot io the un.H-rh,'ned.
l-'h il-i of January, A. I).,
:; i'all mowi uy,
tKte ot I'.cuht i, Vaughn, deceased
Ihe undersiL'oetl, having been appointed
BdininisirHirlx oj the c-state ot lteuben
aiiichn, lite el the rouuty of Alexander
and Mate of Illinois, .letea-cd, hereby g've
notice thut i-he wm appear betore tbe
eouiity court ol Alexander county, ut the
court heuxe in ;Miro at tbe February term,
on the third Monduy in Kcbruary next, at
which time uli persons having claims
againit said estate are notiiied anl ie
iiiestcd to Httend lor the purposo ol balnz
the same s.4Ju-iej. All person indebted
to said ei-taie are requested to make liuiue
diule payment to the undersigned.
Iated,i. d:ty ol December, A. I). 187.
'-J1 t John t orcoran, deceased
1 hetin leisigned. bariui? been eppoiutid
adimnUtratrU of the estate of JohnCorcc
ran, lute of tbe county ot Alexander, and
slate of Illiuoik, deocased, hereby give co.
tue that kbe will appear betore the county
court ol Alexander county, at the Court
nouse in Cairo, at the March term, on tbe
ecoud Monday In March next, at w hich
time all persons bavins claims against said
estate are notiiied and requested to attend
tor tbe purpose of having tbe same ad.
justed. All persons ludebted to said estate
are requested to uiake immediate paymeut
to tbe undersigned.
Paled Uil Huh day of January, A. I,
leI7. . hi .AbK1B CO.NOOKAN.
A.,.l..r..,n.lSlple. 1.1. t
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11' W.j. - u.L.J .M vrlh a Luuii in
CUT x.k OUT
i4Ppry rta lt r of tlii.iirtrwho K n-t-t u tlii
tvrtiUCHie ftn.l f I w e w ill lorwaid, l..r -nr vmr.
"The Tnature," a numo il.t nl lliiiiripl
Monthly .lournl an.l lli.unek'-eiK-r'i Munuinp,
mill one copy of otir nw aii'l eft-Kant jirfinmin
"AShtMi A BI.llr.. "
A ma-4prpift-e t.f the lu-t ..-rf achool c.f genre.
liHinnnif, ny i-n.i. .Ionian, Hle i..xl .' ex
pputpd in the bij(het km le of the art. It'tail
rii-e of, vhit-b ic an-l a o.ofijr of ttie follow
ing beautiful piK-rn ret:ritlve of the rhitiiuo, in
rleirant illuiuinatpl colors for framing .
Imt wait, goo J wile, a miniiip.
1 lme fir-t a wonl to ay t
i'o vou Know what to .lay !?
Mother, 'tu our wetlUintf tla.. !
Iiibt s now, wt- sat at upr
when theRUPHia had rnc) i
Vou i,t that ride, 1 ant thin M-l:,
l orty ypars bko tottuy!
l'hvn whiit plans welnld lxPlur;
What hriivn thiriin 1 meant to. to!
ould weitrpam to-dar would find u-
At ttils tuhte me anl youv
t!ptu?r ao, no don ht and vet I
foiiirtiiiiea think I oannot tt-li--
Mid our hoy ah, via! 1 know, dm:;
Ve, He tloeth all thinas wi ll.
Well we've hJ our joys and corr.iw
Pharetl our smiles as well t. ar-;
And Ihe let of all I've hud J witr
f aithful love ft.rforty2eis!
I'te-r we've been, but nt-t foraukt u :
t.ricl we've known, but never bau.e--I'a.l-er
t'.'r'ltiy entiles mercies
Mill we iiieAB jny iioiyoamet
This is a rare chaiip
for you t ) make mon
ey. We will pay you
liire i-aitl. rnnmiii.
sions and (rive you exclusive territory, fend
us one dollar, avoid iinnr. et.-sry eirre.-pon.
denne, rtteive your territory, ami go to work at
once. I pon receipt of whit b we w ill lorwunl
ajreut'fl oudit, certillcate of aency, etc. ;-eci-men
copies lo cents, none fl-ee.
Address The Treasure Publlahine: Co,
So. 4 t'ciUr Ntre- t. .Sew ork?
CHARTERED MARCH tl, I86i.
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIHO
A. B. 8AKKOKD, President.
J TAYLOU, Vine President,
w. mI.OP, fjee'vand livaiii.r
f.W. HahCLav, t'Has. .i.i.,ua,
r. M. Tocari.BrH, ParLd h. iii n.
K. If. i ruNiNMiaai. H. L. Hii.ukai,
J. M. PuiLLies.
ISTEMAT ld on deposits at the rale ol six
Itcrcent. peranuujn, Murrh Inland fpttm
wr Int. Jnterevit not withdrawn is abided I mine
liately to the priucijial of the deposita, tbi rtby
rivioij tbem eoianound interest
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every biifuuesfiday from 9a m. to S p.ru
aJ Saturday eveniiura for saviiiKs drpottits only
roiu b to o'clock.
W. HY8LOP. Treaawrer.
V llro.it, Prrsldent. II. WelU, la-hier.
H. I.eff. Vice I'ree't. I. I. Kerili, Al. at-h'r
Corner Commercial Ave. e.iJ bl btreet
I'. Itit.s, I aira. Wm. Kliie, ( airo.
P. Nell, ( airf,. Wm. Wolfe, (ail.,.
A. StiwiiAa, Cairo. K.I.. ISillmMfy , l. I oui
K. tilt h r, t alro. 11. Wells, t air...
F. H. Krinkman, St. loui,
I. Y. Clemson, t aledonia.
V Ceneral BitnklnkT Bualueaa lioue.
IJ-l-Ai'hane sold anil boiihl. InUivel pid
O th "aviiiiis iM-jmrlment. Cullei-iioiaa made,
nd all b'min ess promptly attendrd to.
City National Bank
vV. P. IIAU.1HAV. Pnidei.t.
IIKNUY I.. HAI.UOAY, Viivprul.
A. II eiAiKiaiJ, Cashier.
W A Tfc.lt HihLOP. A.s't Cashier
xi .tAi,n Tatl011. Cfl..iHaii,
.JJJAir. W. P. IUu.ii.ar,
O. l. Wiu-iaji.i, ATcruaa hiKo,
A B. HarroHo,
Exchange, Coin and United States
Konds Bought and Sold.
DF.POSITS ntertyed sad a general benkui
ARE PAID S
1,' al.lsdiu uue of duly, if by
accident or other us. A
WUl U of any kind, the
lots 1 1 a S'lsBsTtl or TM. ot
li e I ..i bf un ., a K171S
'I I MSif bat shght, givass
pei. -ion. tiiiease of Lsvatcs)
or Varies tela aivs a
pension . BO UNI T II
tlitchiusd for wound, injurist i
or rupture, you est full eouw.
ly. ("Send It stamps for
copy if Peusioa sua Uouaty
lull. Address all letters M
V. S. CIjiib A sent, Indian
ell, bid, erOa all lettsnl
ll s- O. D30sVM
Reccoinmendedby 3ENERAL PLEA SAN TON
Kor the cure of a larc clus t, l)ISKA.sK!. Al-o iii'd lor Mtniulaliii( r(etatiBu,
W e hive in stork a oo.t mpplj , and can f.irtiili llt'hn to any tlciif -1 ul
tnrnlot), anil at prices that will not juslily tbo.e In w uit In
setuling to other umt ki t.
The Perfection of Light
T H E
Family Safeguard Oil.
WAS WAIlhKli 1 UK-
lif tbe Juror and f oiumi-i..ttt r. of th
Centennial Intornaticnal IChibition. r!
As the H si tiMiuuiaiii. int. tor it-ii4orJiu!.if ii,rrus ot ?.. tr ur.J hnil.n,)
I.I.AINI. Ma al.-u awsrded a oid M'-'fit ut ibe 'iiihutrb J.x.o.ittf.n l t
adui.letl, alter a Ibt. rough li lt iiiliic and i-rn. ti.-hl t.-t, b the
I Slll.lt SI AILS t.OVtilS.ML.NT I.li.H riIOlK DLt'AKiMrM,
Abd rereitej u high rt.Hiim-iid.itinn (roiu the Itoartl of ( nited Statu latCalu!oat tuset.
tt.r,, Washington, l. ( .
- Infiiranoe ompntiiev rule Kt.AIM. the -uutr js a (ia n.k.
KI.AINK i iim-.I tin nmiiy ol the Itiilroa i-, -ifert Cats ai.d iJoul A ihe ccui.'.i
aii-l inaugural e it mpf r:cr to wy oihi i oil in the ii.ailet.
fiiii be isSfed In any laiuji.
tiltUKll rRfiM lllr. IUAKI. '-irt.K.i iKli.
FIRE! FIRE I FEE!
WATER! WATER! WATER!
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes.
Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc., Embracing the
Of Goods saved irom tho late lire by
Will be Bold within next tho Thirty Days at a
Como One Come all to 61 OHIO LEVEE.
ronvuiiii.tlon. Unit st-ouiye of huiiisiiiiy. is
thearreal dread ol the liunutu fuiiillv, iu all evil
I feel cuulldt-nt that I am in .OM-,i-eMuU of the
only sure, infallible reiuadynow known to
the irofessioo lor the edy, pusilive cure ot
thai dread diseaae, aud ita iiuwrluoiue eout-ono
itants vui Cutarrb, Asthma, llrtmt hill', Ner
Tons lieliilitv, eu-., etc. 1 am old ,1'ujjy. 1 I.
lieve in laedit-lne. 'twenty-eight years exe
rienee ae a busy prat tlliouer in ihu hest t on
uiution hoi-pitals in tbe old and new world,
has taught tue the value of projier luedicutn-n,
both local and toustiliilioiial In the cur" id ihu
freat enemy of our iai-a. 1 have loiind it. lint
am diKressning . I started etlt to say to those
suffering with eouMiinptiou or any of the above
maladiew, that by addressing me, giving svinp
toiiu, they shall be put iu possession of this
gieal boon, without charge, and shall hnva the
bcueilt of ny eierlence in thousand of -aea
suuonsfull treated, lull particulars, direc
tions for preparation and use, and advice ant
inaiructione for sucneoalul truiuiient at your
ow n borne, Will be reivetl by you by leluru
Until, free of rbarga, by addressing
Ml. JOHN H. Ill liViriT
M7 Jeflertun street. I ouiaville, Kf .
font do an
.. u.. ,
t MtM4afrls'Si futl-j Ce., Si Leuis Mis
DAino, x Hell..
0. B WILLIAMSON,
And ltulor iu
II. 18 OHIO X.EVEE.
PE( .ALallenlioi givi-B uoousbmmts
W. II. MABEAN.M D.
HiiucpilLx Rjsiciaa & Sups
( I r. lUlgbant' s Su. t'ewu . )
Office 130 Commercial Ave.
:vi-lu t aim, Illinois.
Upeoiul alieutiou kiven to the' treatment oi
CbroniQ it.eas anl divs peetilist to fe