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V. are urtn4 M arnwuno Isaac L. H-rr.ll
VlHa AietheeoVc County Judge of
owtaty, eneulng November,
wVare'snlaoel Mtooiwc ReuW ";"!
itta?WAk3 wanly. lLlciluTueay
Wear autharlaea toanncusc Albert Smith u
. ..i4.u kx th offlc st County Link ol
cOAMy'XlNtioiwVoTtmtxr , 17,.
W tra authorised to anooueca W. F. Pitcher a
. t th. otic, ot County Clerk, alec
iaaiao tal.pulot caodxlu. (ur th. offic. ol
inZiTml.. Wtr.fa.ly to attend to the duties
t B VGj tf twcKo. , n. a. u
Wae.torlrd to announce Henry I1n"' 8
TtehMPndart. M a caaaieei re voumy viv -at
IcmuW aU Hovember th,l77.
To t MUf the Cairo BuM-nrm:
"' tnr -"'h' I urn an independent candi
afasha fooaoty clerk of Alexander
.T1 J,, tUcuon to held In November
2Sfc . -" JAMSrJ W.STEWABT.
.'Wear antnorlieVtd" anuoiinae Samuel J.
una ms sand Mate for theoffles of County
OvrktlltealMtionioMttld November tl,
W an authorised to ana nunc Joha P . H'ly as
eaaSidate ior th office of county clerk at the
Uca eaM bald November th, 1.7.
1 hereby mhuki thai I a a candidate Tor the
tic of Cesaty Clerk of Alexander conflty, snb
jact aa Tear dKiaiao at your respective voting
Wee, ik 8Uia day l Mavmber. Iif77. i
.!.. a. ii i i ii 'J t
Ww Oaaty S)elsl aaperlntendrnt.
We at aiitkorl4 to aaniunrer Nn.lt. A. Tay
lat a a Tf lot re-election to the office of
acbeei auperinh-odent, at tne e.eciton to be
We u amaarUed to annuae Henry Plout at a
ruafX-n far eatwct f Alexander county, at the
We an tAthorlfed l annonnoa Rlchanl Fltt
cJd M a BBdidaie for Ooroaer of Alexander
otMMtj, Klactloa, Not. Oth, 177.
Wear authsrlaed to ataaoance A. J. AMen as
tae eakce i uoumy treasurer u
ceuatj plectioB, Ti
ft fmmtf Cfjaamlulonrr.
Wt ara aithorlid to innonnceThoi. W. Tlalli-
T aa t'1 foe the) otfic of county cum
aHaataaar M AJewkaer couaiy.
Tn JDtmoeniti thui lar Iiaye already
faired tfO S. ientor, and at tbe
November elecUou will urely Rain threfl
more, thru giving W control ofbotli
tranche 41 congreu.. Next fall Illinoit
will tall Intel line,' nd roaring, ranting
Dick OKteaby" will retire. Good en
Th toathern Mlnblf penlte'ntlftry com
mlMlooera at a meeting on Friday award-
ed the contract for. supplying tbe cut
atone for tie prUon at Chester to tbe
ommleilonera of tbe Joliet prison at
114,000 and for tbe construction ot tbe
prison to Baltes & Nelson ot Fort Wayne
lnl. fit 183,000. This latter contract has
not beta doted, u the parties are obliged
to aupply a bond ot $50,000 with securl
tied mbo Uw In Illinois.
Thb ItepubUcaM In the United States
enata are showing their usual tenacity
In holding' together' la regard to the
Louisiana aenatora. ' Kellogg is exhibi
ting his rait amount of "cheek" in press
ing bla claims to a aeat In that body, end
wa should not be surprised it be succeed
ed. Itonlygoes to proye, that tbe Ke
publicans are disappearing from place as
tutu election are held, and their desire
to retain power as long as possible. Kell
ogg u United State senator from Louisi
ana, would be In keeping with R. II.
Hayes as president. '
It la gratify Ing to know that tbe oppo
sition to voting the appropriation for the
OBjpleUon of the tew Statf House 1b
rapidly subsiding, and that the probabil
ities are that the proposition will be
. sanctioned by the people at the coming
election. While the - great major
; itj of , the t thinking , people
i bellT tbAt with a due regard to econo-
my tbe original appropriation of $3,500,
000 would have been ample for the com
pletion of the nejr state house, they are
notdlspoaed t.,allow tlie building to
soBti from exposure for the want of the
half million required to finish it, and will
vote for the appropriation.
OloTwukd'I testimony U interest
ing Jn injury particulars. Wonder how
Brick' Pomeroy likes that part where
Tweed makes ipeciflo statements as to
dates, showing that from Nov. 17, 18C9,
to lUreti M, 1671, he paid out of bis
"aorroption fund" to Mr. Mark M. Pom
eroy Old Brick himself in eleven sepa
rata lnstallsaent, an amount aggregating
$30,000, Anol "'Pomeroy travels around
the Itate denouncing DemocraU as dis
bonest and wanti a new party ol honest
men.jt; vrhWh be, Brick Pomeroy, Is tbe
lMdir awl' tnlde:' Pass the "honest"
leadon ot- toe little new party along the
line r Intpetfloh by the public. Sidney
Mywn,. Ilaloea, -ripencer. Pomeroy
Mast of tbe county clerks of tlie State
having falltd lu making their returns to
the 8taa Auditor U report back taxes
da from railroads and other t-flgbllng
. MrponUou, Attdltor' Needlci, tor the
parpOM t oonnteracting this neglect.
aas Israed the following circular to coun-
"ttaaaktof up the Ux-books for tbe
. eurwBtyfjar, you will bring forward all
P tuts, whatever their kind or
,- coQcMon, except In cases where collec-
perpetnsOly enjoined. or the
eooru In to ma other w iWidpri
1 l5S?L,lw,ty of the same.
! Jrtt J" .Moh Oeolsiou has
tou I made, U an. appeal U, beentaken to
Ufher eowrt, the tax should be brougb t
toward iverj year np to the time of final
,. CmiAML'TU enforcement of the pay-
Beat of Uck taxes due from raUroads,
has. la .--W e' lssUiicei.been6.
tad tti i of tbe grou neglect or
' - A alther through faUure
t Uck tax forward or
am. was onutslon ol tbe proper war
Pra.J T.B.Nbidlm, A, P."
Whex Republican politicians fall out
the honest people get a good dt-kl of lu
formation that would have been kept se
cret under other circumstances. Witness
the disposition to let out little malterd
concerning the short-comings of Stanley
Matthews, the hosom friend rf the presl.
dent. The Inter-Ocean's vashlngton
correspondent eays ot the Ohio Senator:
'For a reformer Matthews i' is an un
usually assalhble record. Iio Is a man
who considers himself capable ot doing
things for the good of wit or country
that most politicians would neither dare
nor wUh lu (to. 1 le is under obligations
to all parties, and hlB entire acquutnianoe,
but he thiuks the world Is deeply indebt
ed to him. Ilo is ono of tlie men, for
there arc more like him, who consider
themselves doing: an InealfulaMe benefit
to a suUering poplo If they utc. pt from
that people a favor or any norr. They
think the world InJobted to them to nn
extent that tue world is unable to pay,
and In their inmost souls believe that the
whole universe should go Into bankrupt
cy and be sold at uiarslutl's sale to liqui
date that obligation so lar as possible.
This Is tho Bore ora man Mathews Is. An
optimist in the narrower sense ol that
term a believer in tho lUness of himself
for all great tilings that should be had or
When Mathews is nominated for ofllce
ho consider that his constituency is hon
oring Itself, nud showing lta good sense;
and when he ofteretl liimscll as tho fittest
man to take Johu Sherman's vacant seat
in the senate, ho wassomewhatsurprlsed
that tho whole stato of Ohio did not rise
up, like W illiam Allen, and shot "Alaat
When ho was nominated lor congress
ln.1870 to rnu against that stntesraan
'Bounding liandinif," .Mathews mado a
oanvass ot the district, and spoke to ap
plauding multitudes oacu night, no
rodo in a carriage to meet his appoint
ments, and sent tho bill for It to the com
mittee that wus managing his campaign.
It was enough that be snould stand as a
candidate lor cilice, without doing the
vulgar act ot paying his expeuses in the
campaign. When another candidate, lor
UoiiKress is nominaieu in mai uisinei, no
will be akcl before hand if lie will pay
hit own carriage hire.
But Blaine knows a richer thing than
that about Matthews, and the few who
are in the secret are waiting to bear him
taunted with It when he makes a speecii :
on civil service reform; tor Matthews is a
civil eervice reformer. He 19 oppesed to
political assessment lor campaign pur-1
poses, oui Knowing now uium juitniu (
knows, as bod ingiTion says, i uuvie
Mr. Matthews not to allude to this sub
ject in the senate.
During the sittings of the Electoral
Commission, ex-Secretary Chandler, the
Chairman of the republican National
Committee, recognizing .uaunews' em
inence as a lawyer, sent tor him to come
and argue, with Mr. hvarts, tne i.ouisi-
anacase. Jn the letter oi inviiauon air.
Matthews was told that tne committee
could pay no tee, but would of course be
wilUnsf, u ue preierreu, 10 pay nis
ntwss&rv expenses. Matthews came.
secured a special car, and brought four
members oi his tamiiy witu mm; went to
the most expensive hotel in Washington,
give dinner partiei, hired carriages by
the auv. anu rcmaincu over me inaugu
ration. W hen he left he told the proprie
tor ot the hotel to send ins but to nr.
Chandler, ond the suggestion was
comnlled with. Although Mr.
Chujdler was expecting to
nsv Matthews' legitimate experses, he
was somew hat surprised to receive a hill
for a SDeeial car, amounting to over a
hundred dollars; for carriage h!re,amount-
to 200; tor board lor -ir. Mattnews
and four members of his tainlly for sev
eral weeks, with extra dinner parlies,
amounting to nearly live hundred dollars
and lor seltzer water, amounting to $25 !
Mr. Matthew' bill aggregated ncxrty
nine hundred dollars.
Cash was very scarce in the treasury ot
the National Republican Committee.
Tho committee was aire;: Jy in dent sevs
eral thousand dollars to Mr. Chandler,
but the latur. with a smile on his face.
which Indicated what was going on in bis
mind, wrote his personal check lor the
amount ot Mr. Matthews' bill, and keeps
that bill receipted as personal property
a relic of the corrupt and vemai system
of politics which Mr. Matthews has so
Since the unfortunate result ot . the
Ohio election Mr. Mathews' position be
fore society has not been an enviable one.
He is mado the scapegoat to bear tne
blame of the KcDUblicaa defeat in that
state, and Is unlvarsally condemned for
his course since he has assumed icaaer
ship in politics. So severe are the criti
cisms upon himthatlt has been suggested
that wr. jiiaine win not lorce a iinr up
on bim. But perhaps liUlno will be
like the old farmer who was troubled
with skunks, and was found by a neigh
bor beating the carcass of one with a big
club. The neighbor Inquired why he so
exhausted himself, telling him the anim
al was ueaa.
Waal, yaa," replied, the farmer
wrathfully, "but I wanter lam the critter
thar's punUhment arter death."
LUtnf ntcnts lsBUtil to Inventora (if llllnula
lur the week emli tit; t'rt. .', 177, ud ta li
da'wi Oct. 'i, is... riimuiit-ii tint iiHr ny
lox A Cox Solicitor of Talent, u-hlng-ton,
A. Cameron, sicklo grinders, Chicago;
J. Dennis and L, lictts, shipping cans,
Clilcago; O. lloyt, dust band for watches,
Springfield; U. Baldwin, J. &, K. Shu-
nurd, seeder and planter, Stcwartson, J.
Sparkes, tile laying machines, Clinton;
C. Chubbtick, horseshoes, Chicago; D.
Creigler, compressed air water elevators,
Chicago; 11. Goodrich, combination locks,
McLeansborough; W. Lamb, ilasp for
lupportlng garments, O'Fallon; J. Mon-
tier, air lorcing Deer pumps, uruger; w.
Ough, B. Loyd and J. Johnson, narrow
coupling, Atkinson; F. Seybold, bottle
stopper, Mitcago; t.. s:arct' di.tiHing
THE EASTKRK WAR.
TUB BITViTIO.' BEFORE 1'LIV.NA.
London, Oct. 127. A correspondent
gives the following account of Russian
operations derived from a Russian olll
ccr, Just returned from Pleyna: No con
voy has entered Plevna since Gen. Goui
ko took command ot the cavalry. The
investment Is now complete. The Imper
ial guard, aa they arrived, took up a posi
tion on tho Russian kit. thus imulimiiv
prolonging the line" of investment across
tbe Lovatz road to the Sofia road. The
investment by Infantry extends from tho
Roumanian positions northeast ol Plevna
to the Sofia road on the west. On the
west tho circle Is completed by Gen.
Gourko's cavalry which can cut oil' all
supplies. But the Russians are every
day receiving reinforcements, and there
U every appearance that they intend to
surround Plevna by a scries of works as
the Germans did Paris. - The Russians
will soon have troops cnousrh to com
plete the Infantry Investment The
correspondent thinks there is every rea
son to believe Plevna Is not victualled
sufficiently to stand a siege until spring
auu mm, appearance, are xnat usman
Pasha will attempt probably unsuccess
fully to fight his way out. The corres
P'Klcnt concludes: "I must say now
tne question of a second campaign Is ab-i
solutely raced, and tho prospect looks
more hopajul tor the Russians than at
anj time since Gen. Krudencr'i defeat In
WHAT THE lUPElMSAV.
OUGHT TO READ TUE 1'A PKlt
St. Lotill Tllll'S. J
David Davis should have occupied some
ot tbe hours between his election and the
session of the senate In reading the news
rape! 8. He Is one ot the few men in tho
United States who has not heard of Klis
tls. THE FIRST DUTY.
(St. Louis Times.
Democrats, In congress and out of it,
will not lose sight ol tho tact that it is
their first duty to crush out the remnants
ol Grantism. This great work will be
performed In tbe Interest of the entire
country, no matter whom It may hurt or
THE HANKRt'1'T LAW.
K. Loula Cliol-Demx rat.
The abolition of tho bankrupt law is
demanded alike by (he Interests ot lustice,
honesty and sound commercial policy.
If the law had been repealed five years
ago it wonld have saved more money to
the people than has been saved by the
reduction In the public debt and in tho
Plttslu rg Commercial -Bullet In.
1U remonetlzatlon in this country will
do much to strengthen It, and Is urged on
every principle ol business logic. It in
creases the valuo of a commodity we pro
duce; thus helps to pay our debts; thus
gives freedom from the foreign drain on
our supply of precious metals; thus en
ables us to accumulate, and makes re
sumption permanent. We hope eongrcss
will act In the light of the uiftWiity re
report. THE NEW PENITENTIARY.
There seems to be a crying necessity
lor the construction of the new State
Penitentiary. The latest report from the
prison at.lollet says that 1.D00 convicts
uro now Imprisoned there many more
than can ho accommodated. Hence the
prison authorities will be required to
build barracks, as the criminal courts of
the Stato are generally in session, and are
sending convicts In large numbers to the
prison, lor whom there Is no accommo
dation. It will be several months before
any relief can be obtained from the erec
tion of the new prison at Chester, though
the work there is being pushed forward
with the utmost possible rapidity.
W EI IS, EELL017U, PINCHHACE.
Wells has also been brought to Wash ington
by the action of the senate, for the
udmutlonot Kellogg or a Pinch hack as
senator would make not only j.ouwiunn,
but the whole country, demand the pun
Ishmcntot the flagrant crimes ot the
WelU board. He comes with the whipol
justice drawn over him, and he pleads for
f i. aar.it- I n
lorgetiuiness oi sucn as wens unu iveii
ogg, and Plnehbaek . Will the senate re
new tne nation s sname ny aiming anom
er notorious criminal to tlie legislative
tribunal that has commanded, in its bet-
ter days, the homage of the whole civili
UA-SACIll SKITS ELECTION.
U Is to be hoped that the Republicans
r.f fliia iitata nr.. nnr trnlnrr in lnf tlir. nli.i-
tion go by default. Little more than two
weeks of the canvass remain, and there
are scarcely any signs of activity. 1 he
old managers are keeping aloof, and the
custom house is attending to Its own
business. There was an opportunity to
shew that tlie services of ue proiessional
managers were not needed, but nobody
6eeni8 to come forward to take their
places. The State committee is doing
little or nothing, and the voters arc IcU
pretty much to tnemselves. They should
not fall to do their duty as citizens, even
though there are no brass bands, or
torchlights, or ratification meetings to
roue their enthusiasm.
Old Ben Wade swore so fearfully on
election day in Ohio that tlie Republicans
of the reserve remained at nome to pray
instead of going to the polls to vote.
Ben's belief in God originates in a desire
to have a base for his profanity. It is
very base. By the by, it is told of this
old wheel-horse of tbe Republicans that
when he was in San Domingo the com
mission was startled by an earthquake.
and tho venerable abolitionist fell on his
knees, and cried out, "ior theso ond
other blessings thanks, oh, Lord," that
table benediction being tho only prayer
be could remember, vwicn vibration
was ended, Ben rose abruptly, and Raid
that the event did not justify the excite
ment. To use his own words, 'It was no
u d great shakes, after all."
A HISTORY Of I'E.NNSYLVAMA.
Pennsylvania Is one ot the largest,
most populous, and wealthy states in the
union. It waR founded by William Penn,
a friendly quaker, who swindled Its origi
nal owners out of their soli so smoothly
that they liked it, and died of drunken-
nest, calling on the great spirit to bless
wiuiam. it is bounded on all sides by
its avarice, and controlled by its greed.
It has a population of over three millions,
including Charley Ros, and is made np
of Pennsylvania Dutch, who know noth
ing, and Pig Iron Kelley, who knows too
much, its statesman Is Simon Cameron,
and its one honest man is Aleck McClure.
Through its huge unreasoning vote it has
tne Impudence and power to tax all the
iron and coal ot the country, while it
starves its miners, and in turn makes its
miners and manufacturers support its
state government It is, therefore, al
though the wealthiest, the only pauper
state in the I nlon. Pennsylvania gave
us Tom Scott, Sam Randall, and theolo
gians who tell us that because Morton
voted to open the Centennial on Sunday
the Lord exposed his foreerics. Penn-
sylvanla Is a beautiful state for an hon
est man to get away from.
HOW BOB IXGERSOLL OOliS FOR A
Yougeta crowd ot railroad nin to.
gether,juet alter brealclaflt for instance,
as we did this morning, and we what
reminiscences you can pump out ol them
if you know as we do ahem! They
are full of them, but are not always in the
humor to tell them.
There was a number of tho first floor
men In town to-day, and somebody men
tioned Rev. Bob Ingcrsoll's name.
"Bob's a great lellow to write for
passes," said one man.
"Yes," said a Peoria lellow, "if a man
In Peoria falls at the railroad ofllces he
applies lor a letter from ingersoll and
gets It evury time."
'RemindB me or a circumstance," said
another Peoria brass collar. "There was
a mgger came into our otliee the other
day. He was asked what he wanted; said
he had a letter for the superintendent,
an I handed an envelope oyer. I pulled
It out and read:
'Afr. Loce, C, 11 und j.;
'Dear Sir: Tbe bearer is a poor negro,
a bard worker, but lias no money, a
pass to Burlington would be an act of
gracious charity. "Whatsoever yo do
unto the least of thee,' ' etc. See sermon
on the mount.
11. O. LV'GERSOI.I..
T returned tho Utter," continued the
Peoria man, "and handed it bock to the
darkey, told hlra that it was for C, B. A
O.. office. 'Oh,' said he, 4 gave you the
wrong one;' then he pulled out another
envelope and handed it to me, This one
was directed right, and I opened it and
PeaHSir; Tn bearer Is a poor negro,
J. T. WARREN & CO.
Foreign Fruits. I imfohters or
Oidor by mall Promptly attended.
A Leading Feature.
American and English
OTP Sil l ' I d,
MTTi-rvr-r-. tttTI OUOTATIOND.
01 and OU West Second St., C1XCIXNATI.
Established 1830. AFor Throat
Absolutelv Pure I 1 a"'1 1""
'anrl PAI ATARI F I diM&mlC
JXO. V. IIAKEIC A UK lro;rlelon, Philadelphia, P.
a hard worker, but has no money. A
pass to Burlington would lie an act of
gracious charily. "Whatsoever yu do
unto tho least of these." etc. See sermon
on the mount. R. fi. Ixokiisoll.
Bob wauted two strings to his how,
"Did yon give him the pass-'r"
"No. I sent him to the C, R. A Uj.
with the right letter, to see what elleet
Rob's scripture would have on them."
"Worked, did Jtr" said tlie reporter.
"The nlergor is In Burlington, any
how," was the response.
A reward ol $100 by the sherifl of Pope
county, $00 by Philip Vinyard, and a
prospect ol $100 more by state and coun
ty authorities, Is offered for the arrest and
delivery to the sheriff of Hardin county,
of Alexander .Wilson, who broke jail at
Uolcnnda on the night of October 7, lT",
where he was detained tor the murder ol
.lames Vinvard lu Ellzahethtown, last
spring. He is about, Tl years old, Ofeet
ii or 10 inches high, light hair, fair com
plexion, grayish blueeyen, with heavy
dark eyebrows, aud has a sort of wild,
f 'taring loek. Weighs about 1H3 pounds.
IVHIMT I.N .lOll.NSON COl'N'rV.
T In Woman.
The acreage of wheat sown in this
county tills season surpasses that of any
previous year lu the history of Johnson
county. The farmers, too, have put it in
much lietter condition than has been done
in the vear. Past. lot of tliem have
used the drill. It it yields as much per
aero as the wheat crop of tlie county did
last harvest, farmers will have cause to
rejoice. They are fast becoming con
vinced that scientific farming pays, and
iJRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
.'!. Anvlm.iinns firm can have fhreellnel
par, In tlii nilumn under appropriate heading
tilirmtc oi l..Vi ht month or SH ict )ear
ivubW' iUnuerly in tt'lvauce.
If iirdnnre, Ntovra nud Tin Ware.
A. llALLKYU-aler in Stoves, Tin and Hard
(iai'len and Karuiers' Implement, Wire
if.mltt, IWriperatort, I'unijxi ami UuMi-re.
l-'j Oimtnon iul Avenue. Outleriiii.', kU't Juh
rVni'k ilonrou eburl notice.
.1, S.Mi:;AIIEY Dealerin hard and aonium
jer, tluoiiuK. ceilin;, lidinir and mirfowd
luiiilx-r. lutli and eliiuKli. Office mid yard
I'jrucr Twentieth atrtet aud Washington avenue-
LANCASTER KICE-Deuler in earh.
loom, IdiU'lB, etc., bard and aott lumber and
liiuKli'8. Yard and office, Commercial avenue,
tinier 17th street.
D. II A ttTM A N Itesler In Queennware, Toyi,
Lamp, aud all kinds of fancy urlicl'. Coiiiiiier
iil avenue, corner 'ilb street.
WILLIAM WINTER Sixth stmt between
oinmerclal avenue and Washington avenue.
lotbiug; and Merchant Tailoring?-
.IOH.V ANTRIM Merchant Tailor and dealer
In Heady Made Clothing. 78 Ohio Levee.
Real Katate Agencies.
M. J. HOWLEY-Real Estate Agent. Iluyi
and 'ells real eaute, collects rents, paya uxea
for non-rraidenta.etc. Commercial avenue, be
tween Ninth and Tenth streets .
HI Nli LE I THI8TLEWOOD
Cotton and Tobacco Factors and pro
iirietora of the Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse,
1 2.1 A in Cominmercial Avenue.
j General Forwarding aud (.omniiion
merchant, for the sale of Farm, Garden, Or
shard and Dairy Produce, t'johio Levee. I
EA. WIIKELOf'K A CO.
General Forwarding and ( umnitalon
merchants, anil dealers in all Kinds of Fruit and :
Produce. 04 Ohio Levee. Coiihiginueul solic-
i ted, Htenclls furnished on application.
beobet boole ttk3 ;
I I The knight of the alwve order meet ,
IsasJ at their hall the first and third Monday 1
n euub nionUu Commercial avenue, !M door i
south of lath street, ots p.m.
. 1 H.MOl.MIS.f. i. M. 1
Knignu oi ryuuas, meets every Fri
day night at hali'-past sev.n, in Odd
Fellows' 1111. llowt,
rfVT'K ALEXANDKIl LODGE, NO. 924. i
fG25 Independent Order of Odd-Fel- !
V.'y lows, meets every Thursday night i
..Tii- st hsif-paat seven, In their hall on I
Commercial avenue, between Sixth and Seventh '
:rvts . u nxitonp, . u.
tAIBO KNCAMPMENT, I. O. O. T.. meets
yin Odd-reilows' Hall on the first and third
liu-silay in every month, at half-past seven
A. COHIROS. C P
A CAIHOLOI)OK.N0.237,A.r. etA.'M.
- Holdregulsr oommunioations in Ma
Jl sonic Hall, corner Commercial avenue
' v vdiI F.lKhth street, on tho second and
'otirth Monday of each month .
WIloi.KSAIJ: AM HKTAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Bold Very Close.
Corner 19th street and Commsrsi Ave.
C. O. PATIEH & CO.
by Physicians. I I every
Use no other,! Iwheri
The attention of the public Is called
to this great Improvement In
Ow&srs tf Eorses IMi Gin it i Trial.
fall at tho
In ui CilLv futtf,
NO. 110 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
and examine and be convinced of the
great superiority of this new collar over
the old stylo hard and stiff collar now In
use. It Is a well-known fact th J; every
day large numbers of horses are rendered
unlit tor service uy cnnrang.causeu ny
i he use of the old stvle collar, and that
by this means many horses are made to
bulk, llils new conar win nnviaie an
THE TURLEY HORSE
Is the Itest made. Come and see them
at 1 19 1 :ommercial avenue.fool of Seventh
L - .1
The Great Discover !
F.. r. KL'NKEL'S BITTER W1HK OF
MtO.N. For the ear of weak ttoaiaeh, leaeral
debility, indigestion, disease of lb nervou
ystrni, .'i nan pan on, ac any ei in MiinaKa,
and all casas requiring a tonic,
'l b, Wine Includes the Btest asTreeabl and
ctHcieut Call of Iron we possess. Citrate of
Magnetic oxile, combined with the most esw
xetic of vsgtbAble tonics Yellow feruvltt
1 be effect in many eases oi debility, loss of
appetite, and general pronUaMon, ( aa aftVieat
Salt ol Iron i oniblaol with Taliabla Nrv
tonic, is most happy. It augntcBas tbe awtn
tite. raises tbe pulse, takes off muscular flaibbl
nets, removes tbe pal or ol debility, aod, giytt
a rioiid vigor to tlie countenance.
Do you want sc uetbiag to larengtben yeut
Do you want a good appetite? loyou wiat to
build un vnur oonatllution? I)o you want to
led well1.' Do you want to get rid of Barron
nets .' in yon want energy? o you warn ta
sleep well? -o you wsnt brisk and vigorous
iWlingeV If you do, try Kunkcl's Bitter Win
This trulv valuable tonic has been thoroughly
tested by all classes of the eoaanunity, tkat it is
now deemed Indispensable as a tonio raedlcime.
It costs hut little, purifies the blood and gives
tone to tbe stomach, renovates the system and
I now onlv aak a trial of this Valuable toaic.
Price f 1 per bottle. K. t. KUNKKL, Sole pro
prietor, Philadelphia, Pa. Ask your druggist
for Kunkel'a Hitter Wine of Iron. and ta. no
other make. Sold only in SI bottles. All otber
are counterfeit, so beware ot them,
Iluv six bottles for $6. OO.
Worms Removed Alive.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never falls to
destroy Pin. Seit and Stomach worms. Ir.
Kunlel Is the only aiiceaaful I'hytl'lao ia Ibis
country for tbe removal ef worm. B reaaoveai
1 ape worm witn neauana auconupwsa. aiivaia
two boun. and no fee until removed, -cad for
circular or call on your druggist, and get a hot
tie or hunkai's worm yru.
Price VI. It never tails.
To Inventors 6 Manufacturs.
Gilmore,Smith & Co.
Solicitor of Fatanta aad Attorneys at
American and Foreign Patent.
No Fees In Advance, nor until a Patent
Is allowed". JVb Ftet for making Pre
Ii i unary Examinations.
Special attention 'given to Interference
Cases before the Patent Ofllce, Infringe
ment Suits In the difiercnt States, and all
litigation appertaining to Patents or In
ventions. Stiul Statiij)f,r Pamphlet bj SMy Pagts.
Orders for Coal by thecar-lotd,
ton, or In hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Offlcson wharf boat, foot of Sixth street.
OlUc of llsJUday Brothers, opposite it
Kgyptian Mills, Twentieth street.
Coal Dump, foot of Thirty-eighth street, r
I'oitOdloe drawer HoO.
r- .. in
STRATT0H ft SHU),
OommlBsion Merc ha a
10NT8 AVSEtOAtf rOWOst O
M 01i1o:Lsws,. ':
-TTTX. . BMITS
Ph ytioltm ic Bumon
Office la WUtet's Block, sonar fUvsatk ajU
Commsralal Avenua, (eelisao ea Sayaaui .
nesioeaae touieenui UMl,eioi vvasausgtea
IJUl - U - JJ - lLL'
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN XION, Ohio ' Ievee,
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL ZiOETAIl, " 7 7
'ill Waslimgnf Avenue and nghtli Ctreet.
The Best Extract of BucKu
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The Best Sarsparilla
Agency for Dr. JaynerQediGlne3r0:f-:
Ohillo and Povor He ALoiaca. . f . ,4m
THE BEST PLACE TO
BAR OX Al 2
OL.. Til m... v
ouueoittcamDiioo xreE3ing, ana move roiirut. -
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California Wine, Port and Angelica, -r: ;Xl Mkil
If VOU WAnt Tk)flrhAA'ii feArmtiri flvw
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One or One Hiindred Itottte
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Extracts of Lemon and Vanilla,
Cream Tartar, fl&z, Etev
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Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking, ; , ,
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Coarse and Fine Combs,
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White Lead, White Zinc, Linseed Oil,
Turpentine and All Color,
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McLean's Cordial, McLean's Pills,
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All Kinds of Almanacs
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Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlcric:
The Best Trusses, All Styles,
Quinine, Smith's Tonic,
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink, ,
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Cough Medicines of All
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twin ; , , v
IT Ol BfM Al nll Sao,.- ,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Ct :
svr radsm svti imftf?l.
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' HUM i''aU
and Blood Purifier
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and Hair Brushes
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