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J The kniiihU of 111 aboie order Birt
at Hmir hull the lint awl tlilr.J Monday
a cacti month. Commercial amine, M iluur
wiu or mm nrr ,ai p m.
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Knlirta or rythiaa, mw ewrr , n
day night it half-peat seven, in (Mil'
SeUOWS' Mall. HOWS,
ir; 1 Uiluucadant Onlcr of Odd-F.
. P low, uurta entry Thuralay nurht
11 nitii-najii HMViin in trui ti
Joramercial avenue, iMtwero HLxth anil flefwitb
t . I.
la thrlr Winn
KtlkOKD, N. O.
EXCAMPSEEST, I. O. 0. r..Inftl
vVid Oild-Fellow.' HU an the But ui'l third
iuuiay in every month, 11 hair-put seven
A. CouiNue, c P
A CAIUO LODGE. NO. M7,A.r. A A. M
tioia rwruiar eommunicatinna In Ms
.eontc Hall, ournrr Commercial avenoe
anu nurntJi aim, on thn aM.vm.1 &nri
uurw noniur hi earn nmnin .
The losses by tbu failure ol N'ottcr A
Co.. of New Vork, will not lull short of
The Indiana licpublican state con
vention will bo lirld Ht ImJIiiniipolit on
who has bceu seriously ih'lit Washings
ton, Is rccoverinjr.
Jas. O'Xkil, ft woll-known passenptr
locomotive engineer, was assassinated In
the streets of Bloomlngton on the niorn
tg of the 27th by unknown parties.
Thk twellth annual encampment of Uie
department of Illinois of the grand aimy
of the republic will assemble In SirhiK.
field ou Wednesday, January Jfitli, 1ST.
Tbe Tennessee legisVure - adjourned
at noon yesterday without comli'g to any
agreement to read just the state debt.
Tho repudlationlsts were In the majority,
and resolved to adjourn.
HITS AXD WOW.
BT.NIIY WARD RKECHKK'S SIKI'CH OP TIHS
IUKD Tl.MLS OP 1SS840.
Jn a lecture deliverer to bis con(fre?a
tiou la Indianapolis in 1844, Mr. Beeehar
thus alluded to the commercial disasters
through wh!i li the country bad then but
recently raed. Tbo reader will notlto
iu the times at here described a itrouv
resemblance to the present ;
i hero came a summer ol prosperity
wuiuii imjfcrea so joiiir anu snone so
brightly that men iorgot that winter
could ever como. Each day grew bT.gbt-
i r. . reins were nut in me itmxiiitv
tion. Its dreams passed for realities.
Even sober men, touched with wllduess,
n.oujou io eA)ec( a realization or oriental
isies. Lpun mis bright ay came sudden
trosts, storms and Oliflik. Men awoke
irom r-oreeous dreams In the midst of
uesoiauou. i no harvest ol years were
nwrpt-away in a uay. xiit strongest
Urm were rent as easily as the oak by
liL'lilnlnir. Soeculutiuir ooninanies wr
uiiipcrsca as seared leaves Irom a tree in
autumn. Jlerchunta wore ruined by
thousands ; clerks turned adrilt hv tana
. y . .
ui. uiousuniu. jjiecnanics were left In
idleness. Farmers sia-hud over tinrv
and wheat as usele.s as the stoues and
dlit. The wide sea of commerce was
stagnant; upon the realm of Industry
settled down a sullen lethargy.
Out of this reverse swarmed an unmita
bored host of dishonest men. like vermin
irom a carcass. Hunks were exnlodml.
or robbed, or fleeced bv astoundirur for.
juries, .rify companies, without eo-
wia enKva-'il jr tVery yimTe Tfiaf
oini ndhore. Cities were raasicked by
troops of villians. The unparalleled
trauda which sprung like mines cn every
hand, sci! every man to trembling lest the
next eTlosIon should he under his oivo
feet. Jfidthty seemed to have forsaken
nienX Many that had earned a reputa.
tionj for sterling honesty were cast so
savfdenly headlong Into wickedness that
rfmn struck from man. Suspicion over
grew confidence, and the heart bristled
with nettles and thorns of lear and jeal
ousy. The world looked unon a conti
nent ol inexlmustnblc fertility, filled with
lamentation, and Its inhabitants wander
ing among tho ruins of an earthquake,
mourning for houses crushed and props
erty burled forever.
Thk aggregate amount ol treasure
shipped to China from San Francisco
during tbe year was $13,2-13,023, and
sinoe Jauuaiy, 18C7, fSO,2u7,300. A sin
gle vessel (the Oceanic:) which sailed from
Sun Francisco on tliu ISth, took out
$378,041, of which $235,310.51) was in
trado dollars, f,SJ,4DS.50 In Mexican dol
lurs and the remainder in gold dust and
l liu :x-lreldMi at Maiilva Among
me Huiua ul lviull.
Under date ot December 27 tb the New
York correspondent oi the Chicago li iict
A correspondent at Naples sends a full
report ot lien. Gram's reception lu that
city, and his movements during his stay
there. The goner! and party arrived lu
Naples on board tne L'uKud .Mates steam
er Vaudalia, Commander Kobeson, early
on the evening of the 17ili iii.U Un tliu
lullowhit; day, Tiivwiu , i ij with
Mrs. ura;n onu sun, no niatio tne ascent
ol Mouut Vesuvius, but tho Uay being
cold, tbe party did not reach tlie crater.
The parly luuehed at the "liouae of Ke
fuge," near the observatory, and spent a
pleasant hour enjoying the remarkably
line views ol Capri ana Iscbia. The plain
is studded with twenty villages and liued
with snowclad hills, aud the snow looked
beautifully clear aud white In tbe gor
geous sunlight of the Italiun sky. T hey
returned in the eveumg to the Vandalia,
On Weduesday the general and lauilly,
accompanied by Consul Duncan, Com
mander KobesoH, Lleuts. Strous, Hush,
and Miller, and Engineer Baird, visited
the ruins of tbe ancient city of 1'ompell.
The government had made arrange
ments lor a special excavation in honor
ol Gen. Grunt, so that he might see bow
the work was done and see some of the
curiosities recovered Just as they were
placed when the city was so suddenly
ruined. The day was a little cold, buj
clear and in every way favorable for the
work. The director of the ex
cavations received Cieu. Grant and
party, and conducted him to
the principal points of interest. Two
hours were spent in wandering among
the ruins of the ancient and memorable
city, and at every stpp something of In
terest was seen. The workmen tUen
.proceeded to dig out a
CHAMBER OF A BUUIED BOL'SE,
aud discovered some fragments of a table
made ol wood and bronee. The work,
wauship was very curious and elaborate,
and was examined with great Interest by
the whole party.
Tbe next object ot interest discovered
- t i' r . , . ...
was a ma. oi ureau wrappeu neatly in a
cloth, and perfectly distinguishable.
many oiner curious anil interesting artl'
cies were found arid inspected bv the
party of visitors, and all expressed them-
Miives as uigniy pleased with their visit
to the ruins of the ancient cltv. They
etnrnedln tho evening.
OFFICIAL VISITS JltTCKNED,
un itiursday ex-rresldent Grant re
lumed me omoiai visits ot the civil and
military authorltus ol tho city. As he
toil. A''"lre"' r-
-kiv a.-. -J Jai'ii the iirds were manned,
and a salute llred, the salute beins; return
ed by the Italian admiral. Gen. Grant
i hen landed, and was met by the general
commanding tho district, who bad a re
giment of bersagllcri drawn up In front
ut tbe royal palace, and reviewed hy Gen.
Grant. Accompanied by the Italian of
ficials, he then visited the naval aud mil
itary schools of the palace, alter which he
attended a reception at the bouse oi Con
mil Daman. During these visits Gen,
Grant was accompanied by hison,Corai
mandcr iiobeson. Lleuts. lluch and Mil
ler, aud a splendid retinue ol Italian oltl-
clals. 1 be whole
TO.NK OF THE BECUTIOX
accorded him was cordial and stately
The general expressed htinielf with the
greatest admiration of the Itrlian troops.
The Vandalia sailed from Naples tor
Palermo on Saturday last, whence she
sailed lust night for Maltn.
IlRl'TAX CONUUCT OF THK KlttST PISCOV-
liKEll OF TUK WRECK.
'Vashixgton, Dec. 27 Lieut. Walter
Walton, assistant Inspector of the life-
saving service on the North Carolina
coast, 'makes a report in relation to the
loss ot the Huron, showing that Evan
O'Neill, a fisherman at Nag's Head, dis
covered the Huron coming on shore at
1:30 a. m, the morning the disaster oc
curred. She dritted and pounded along
the outer edge of the bar, and finally
struck broadside on the bead.
He heard shouts and screaitis
on board the stranded vessel; saw
rockets go up lollowed by burning sig
nals from end to end, so that even the light
rigging and men could be plainly seen.
A boat on the starboard side full ol men
disappeared when the foremast tell. The
shouting and soreamlng con tinted, and
in about an hour and a quarter after he
first discovered the ship the signaling
ceased and all was darkness. O'Neill
then went home, ate his breakfast, and
did not return to the wreck until alter
sunri. He knew where the keener ol
U.o liie-saving statlou lived rF two
and a unit uiues distant; had a
good boat, a tree wind to no
and return inside ot Roanoke
Island, and yet he remained silent and
indiflerent lor threo hours. The report
concludes : "it is shocking to record that
out ot nini tyono bodies found, about
twelve of whom were officers, not a sin
gle trinket, such as would be deemed a
relic, by relatives of the dead, was found
on the bodies. Watches and chains,
money and even ringer rings bad been
stripped off by those who first found the
bodies as they washed up. Good evi
dence Is found In tho case ot LI eat.
Simons, whose third and fourth Angers
of the lelt hand had been scratched and
gouged by body-robbirs in their haste to
secure their ill-gotten booty."
Iliune blrnf Uraiumariana.
M r. Media, of the Chicago Tribune, and
Mr. Storey, ol the Chicago Time, having
quarrelled about the grammatical con
trucllonot a sentence, and thereby bored
their readers tor more than a week, the
JiUer-tJcwn att'V lu to setilu the disputa
by ottering to wagu JW0 to $90 that
neither of thini can write a" stickful of
matter" without commuting at least
Mima crimes aualntt Dudley Murray
Tim oiler has not yet been accepted, but
we will wager that If it be, tbe Inttr-Otta
St Louts Republican,
Discussing tho improvement of the
Mississippi the Cincinnati CommeriM
says: , .
"As for the levees they are not based
on souud principles. Trio more we ex
pend mouey on them the more there will
be required to keep them up. if the
levees are a success, the river rises and
overlooks the adjacent country, until at
last a great Hood comes to burst all
bonotto mi awuihuliu thQ land With a
destructlvencss in proportion to the labor
and money wasted to provide artilldal
conditions. The remedy tor the flood is
not the levee, but the bayou aud the cre
vasse. Butore congress fools away money
on levees there should be an investiga
tion that would develop the facts."
As the only object in building tbe levees
Is to protect tbe land from overflow no
body will object to the employment of
"the bayou and the crevasse," it they con
be made to do the work. But the work
must be done In one way or another, and
done at the expense ol the government.
The Commercial lavors 'the bayou and
crevasse," because it thinks that method
will cost less and, therelore, that tbe
- iuijouiihg "the river can loot
the bills. They cannot, and therelore
they will not. As we have rept atedly
said, the Mississippi is a national river
and the cost ot putting and keeping it in
proper order must tie ueirsyed uy tne
national treasury. What plati shall be
adopted for that purpose is for the gov
ernment to decide, and we agree with the
recommendation that betore congress
nends auy money there should De a pre
liminary investigation and survey "that
will develop the facts." we do
not want to see a dollar wasted
in this business, nor, on the
other band, do we want a dollar withhold
that li really required to mane tne cn'A-r-prise
permanently successful. What the
west aud south ucmauu, ana wnai iney
will eet sooner or later, la such treatment
ot the Mississippi as its supreme Import-
ance at the commercial artery oi tne con
tlncnt deserves. Give It too same atten
tion. the same liberal assistance which
tbe seaboard harbors have received for
seventy'fivo years, and the people of the
great valley win oc saiwneu. anu notn
lug less than this will satisfy them.
Tba Prealdeat's ml vr-wJdlnt Cle-
ftpeeial dtipitth to tb I'hllidtlDhla Pnu.
Washington, Deo. 21. On next Mon
day night, December 31, 1870, tho prtsl.
dont and Mrs. Hayes contemplate tbe
celebration at the executive mansion of
their silver wedding. It is proposed to
conduct this interesting domestic event
without ostentation, and the persons who
have been invited are only thoso who
were present at the nuptial ceremony a
quarter of a century ago. iu ruierrlng to
this period in the career of the niau who
now fills thechlei magistrate's seat ot tbo
rcpubllcj'we find him, in the mouth of
December, IS 19, on Christmus ovc, ari
riving iu Cincinnati to begin the practice
or his profession, which bo had pursued
with much success, butiu a more limited
sphere, at Lower Saudusky, now Fre
mom, baudusky roimtv. Ohio. On the
tn oi Junuury, I8n0, Air. Hayes took an
olBce with J. V. Heron, and shortly af
terwards made his first noticeable effort
at the bar of Cincinnati, at which
some ot the most eminent Jurists ol
tbe statu were then practitioners, as conn.
sel lor Nancy Farrow, which was the
greatest criminal case ol the times. In
causes of less prominence bo had already
attracted tbe attention ol Judire li. U.
Warden, presiding ludire of the criminal
court, who selected him lor the Important
pusi or counsel in me r arrow case. Al
though the murderess was convi3ted. Mr.
Hayes mado a stronir case lu lierdclenso.
and alter the trial was oonioleted he snoJU-rr
jfccui.uiiiiii a u v. "ami tTireer ,
OTtTrouilnciiCOi at the bar, wliioli secured
to him that prospect ot worldly prosper
ity which encouraged him to incur the
obligations ot a responsible member of
society. Ou December, 30, 1852, at No.
141 Sixth street, Cincinnati, Ohio, Kuth
erlord B. Hayes, the rising young advo
cate at the Imr of that state, was married
to Lucy Ware Webb, by l'rof. L. D. Mc
Cabe, of the Ohio Wesleyan Univer
sity. There were present as Invited
guests but lorty persons at thin unosten
tatious marriage ot tho future president
of the United States. Tho bride was the
daughter of Dr. James Ware and Maria
Cook Webb. Dr. Webb was a successful
phyfiU'ian ot Chllliothc, Ohio, who died
at Louisville, Ky., some twenty years
previous to the rnarrtojie ot his daug'hter,
where he had gone to perlect arrange
ments tor the transportation to Liberia
of the slaves set tree by himself and
his father. As the lruits of this marriage
were eight children, five ol whom are
now alive and will be present at this
celebration, viz: Ruchard Austin, bnrn
November 4. 185'-i; Webb Cook, horn
March 20. 1850; Kutfcertord I'latt. born
June 24, 18o8; Fanny, horn September 2,
1807, and Scott Russell, born February
S. 1872. The oldest son has graduated at
Cornell and Harvard. Itisnotyet known
how many ot those who were present at
me marriage ceremony and are now liv
rig will be present at this celebration.
H.J - ... . '. . . ...
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Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
frXKJ B CD JE TfiXJLM
' Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
' Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
PRINTS, DOMESTICS, BLEACHED MUSLINS, SHIRT-
INGS, FLANNELS, TICKINGS, DRESS GOODS, SILKS.
Of Ten Years' Duration. Tho Dis
charges Thick, Bloody, and of
Foul Odor. Senaes of Smell and
Taste Whtfty Gone. Entirely
$ANF0 RADICAL CURE.
Uejm.Was.ft I t t Centteena -tfeet enm
Mlled to aclsuoTiuLb" to you the h'rimt bem-llt
Basfoiid's Rapicau Crni! I ncvn to nm. For
ten rears I hiir- eflllciod wltli tin lontlHonie
dueun, tod espcchlly la tho wmti r llni-. h.a it
baenmott sever.'. Die itUi lim u liae taun tlm'ic
at '1 Woody, cmlHInir ft fnul itlor bo bail that my
ni Nutn..n in room wl'h otlivra wm T,r)' ulti-.nlve
u thrm.Oae week af'ir cnAimenclim llm ;. ot
BoironD'K IUpioau t'i!K"! 1 w in not Iroubl' d 'villi
It at all. Uytynaronf tnaroanrt smell, wlil'li hv.-i
wholly hnvcrtow fully rcturi.cd. iiml my yci
wsi bcaltU u oiucli luipri.v. .1 I.ar.
Mti,coun:i; n. .:r,.r.
Wo.'( ;.'ii( lu'.Cr.
OiiAVD Tarms, Hion., Nov. S, lil.
Ofntlcmcti! Tho pnckiiKe of PiK"i.n's Crm
arrived IH'i-oto-nlchtnll rijilit. Mra'ikui.f wh-ii I
liould Imvo clnii'iKUIinilnothoi iifrrtl.hivnM '!
huvo trlrd No'ittl llotu-lu sitliU ovi-rvi h'n p. unil '
altllOUpll 1 llHVO been tll1'J lOH'oplhr n! VU tllK-
clisrKC, llmvtt notlvcn 11 hi' 'to recover n- . oi
tasto amlmiiell until ltrle'1 H.'.Nrni:n'.-u f'" 1 . ,1
can refer hny onu vnu cliO"So to m''.:!:1! I . 'il
ctteerfully Inform Ificm 'n iluiull a loth l iivjilt
lUe rciucily lma wucu tu me. YuraL
HK.r.r.ririivi; 11. FOUL'.
Oaiiro lUrnn, Mien., Suv. 15, WTd.
SAKFpRD'S UMKi Mil
bomS nlfectSIi U li. a.r.1 cxhibllany cl lUt wlU w
PefeeeiToPyeulKht.Inllftinrd rm-1 M ill -ry
vyea, Painful unci Wau-ry V.yv, .) of
Hearing. Earncho, Nru.-:.l :U c.f til" 1
DUchHiftoa froiu tbnl'Ja:', K1iii',IukNo:. -0
In tbe HeaU, UU.Iiib, X rvuim lii.i l
nehe, Palnn In tho Temping, . oi'tn
BeneeaofTHBtoandHnifll, i:iiu:r:f !ov. of
the Uvula, InUatnrunt lo.i of li't T ). 1-,
Putrid SoreThroat, TttUiliiiM' iui-'.i: -ir.
Conirh, itroncltlUa, mill lUee.lluyt tao
Saeb par1cajr? contains Pr. r.anlnr'J'- I-ii-ri'T -.l
tnhallnir Tub.', wl'li f ill n ul ( uainlii ,f ;i !
nollouaforusolnollrlWH. Vrlc, l. H" t' "l'"
all wnoieaaie nun rei i.i oiukwii i
tbronghnntttirui:e.l Hi' e 'It-ni.
A POTTKlt, 0nurlA4'cUsu..'l Wliul.
g'.Ht, ilOtltOtl, Mj.4.
A full line of Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil Cloths, Curtain Dam
asks, Ladies' and Misses' Boots, Children's Shoes, Gent's Boot
lwck'ra?rneo8 evervtliinir needed 'in .rr.n, S'v.Ippw.b-i .! ,Vv
Uoodg. Pleafie trlve us a call, examine our (roods and nrlces before vou buv.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Mr. Block desires to call lha attention ot
the Public to the luuttliat be ban al
ways on hand a large, naw find fashionable
Untie of ready-muile custom liooU aud
riuoe9 which be will Hell at'
THE LOWEST TRICES.
Call Ob Him At
.. r. t
Elsrtro-Galvnnln Hatlerr, rort.blnil yHb
a I1I1; 1 v Met Ilea IKl I a!..'r. 1 ,rr,.:n lit
Kraattest curutlvo sifent In tho vorld 1 f mulleins,
pud utlurly surpassli;t ullolhor flusters bereuiwie
Uttue. They aeeoniiiiisli ni' ro iu one week
I be old Planters In it whole ycur. They 00 al
late, ibvy vt kj(- They
K'Heen Artlmw r I'tlie ('best,
lb lteve Allee.tloiti.nnuo I.uch".
Jtelleve AllCCtlolHOI tl.e Ml Ti'l,
IHllevo Atfoel!oLi.ftli. '.iv...
Itellcvo Allucilo;.:li f Hie Sj'lnell.
fleiiure Aifoctlot.i oi'tl-e l.ld.-.r;.'.
tlella-a Afjotlui'.si ft.ti"Cblnj.
llt'llove Affee.'le.Mi'f II'- Muse 1 J.
Itnllove AlttctloM 01 lb" J'duto.
llellove Atreetlonsortli" I'. lit'.
Kcilevo AittctlulM ol' 10 Siuen s.
The edition ol 1878oftlit; sterling Medi
cal Annual, known aa llostetter's Alma,
nac, is now ready, and may be obtained
free of cost, of drujrgiRta and general
country dealers In nil paru ol the United
States and British America, and Indeed
in every civilized portlou of the Western
Hemisphere. It combines, with the
soundest practical advice lor the prcsers
vation anl restoration of health, a larjre
amount of interesting and amusing light
reading, and tho calendar, astronomical
Items, etc., are prepared with great care,
and will be lound entirely accurate. The
issue of Hosteller's Almanac for 1878, in
the English, Uermun, French, Welsh,
Nor Wf glen, Swedish, Holland, Bohemian
and Spanish Iangiiiwx, will in all probi.
bllllity be the largest edition of a medical
work ever publihed In any country, Tho
proprietors, Messrs. llostetter & Smith,
Pittsburg, l'a., on receipt of a two cent
stamp will foiward a copy by mail to
any pcison who cannot procure one in
iii . . ii .. i
Men, Braves I Co.
and all kinds Country l'roduite.
93 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetown, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cinomnati
and all way landings.
Tbe elegant ilile-wueel .Warner
N ALTBB B, PlMNlNOTON
Jh Alius flNNlHUTOM....
t WU1 leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at
o'clock a. m.
Tbe fleet steamer
Bin Howasd..... r ...Master
Ed. Taoiua clerk
Learea Cairo every 8ATHKPA.Y.
Kach boat makea close conneotlone at Cairo
With first-class steamers for Ht. Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at Evaniville witb
the K. A C. II. U. for all points Norta aud Kast,
and with the Louia ville Mall Steamers fot.all
Doiataontha Utiper Ohio, giving through r
eoluta on freight and pastengen to all pelnU
For vrther Information apply to
JAMKS DltlGS, Passonrer Agent.
. J. M. I'HII.i.ipi 'j Agents
TTn matter what nmv lie lh evieti n? lv'!'n.
mir nosei'sslon. Hear u mliol tl.ai t ' H""
Urtffiivurles lu l.:irmr.cy tlitte l k 1. ssl lu... t a
years. ni that rnniliinHlliiiMf rnuw ai..l c bmmh
Mi'.iir to una h .-urini.u .
Chicago Journal: Hon. TT. W.lleaton,
of Ulxon, 111., Judge of the oirouit court
tor that circuit and ouool the Judges ol
tbu new appellate court for this district,
died v-ry suddenly In this city todoy.
This will bo sad news to a very UrjfQ
circlo of lrlends throughout Northern
Illinois, who knsvr the Judge as one of
the ablest of jurists, ana one ot the bt
p&yslclao l lo the Iwrsu'lcucu,
Trlwt 11 Ce-ntsi.
He rsrefol in roll for rOLUNP' VOLTAIC
WWholJ.aUranrt BeU.ll friui
V'nlteil Wales and nR'ls.oiul Uy WhKKtf 1 Of
Tfclt. l'roirieton, bos'.ou, Mass.
B. F. Blako
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Always od hand, tbe otilebralul illumlnatl
Oornar Eleventh Btraat anl Waaht
laeb we lo Afente.flnnSf asapla. 10'W
tsiluioitiajnraoi;!Ten. rrrujs iinerai.ru
dunermtendent and General Freight Agent,
lo-.H-90-lv. Kvansville Indiana.
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National BankBulluIng, up.stairs.
Ti OldeM lEstaliliihed Agency in Hontlitra
Illluuia, and repnacntlag over
165 000 000
PAINT AMD OILS).
Pn Mom It KwiMttY ElBI V
rrVrttiRilMltntnfrKouil I hRlllil
Can Be Beautiful
ly flyed or Re
paired at a Trif
C. 0. D.
Old flats Made New. ;
No. .to, Eishth Street.
It la ordered tlmt a ntwlnl l.rm nf it.o !...
ander Circuit Court be -nnimenced and held at
uie court House in ine city ol Lairoon Monday,
the 3ltdy of December, A. U, 177. Said term
to be devoted exclusivelv to the hearini nf ( hn.
eery causes and tho transaction of busintta un
me iumicery uocset. Joui A. Itatvi,
Cahio, Ills., Nov, 28, 1877.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rpilfi, UIILLKTOi la published every morning
(except Monday) In the Bulletin Building, cor
ner Washington avenue aiyl Twotoa 4.
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lattbful carriers at Twenty-Five Ceots a Week,
payable weekly. By Mail, (In advance), $10 per
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a the Weekly wlU be prepaid at this office, so
a subscribers wil obtain for a .tibscrtptton
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tTo regular advertisers we offer superior 1
duoemcnts, both as to rate ot charges snd man
ner of displaying their Htvors.
OominunToaUona upon aoldeots ei
era Interest to the pnbllo aollolted.
U"A11 Bail ness Letters should be atldressol to
Cairo Bnlletln Company
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Lcvce.
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street.
White Lead White Zinc,
Liuseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-ill Colors Rady fa lis Brush,
ai&iai'A. asT'Ioot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Late of the Bt. Charles.
RATES: $2.00 PER DAT
Tho Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by tho U. S. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
U. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
The Elgin Kerosene Can
Tho Only Perfect Can in
the World. Mado of Glass
and '.t not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
Firo risk for Elaine and Gas rato the
same with Insurance Companios, Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels
Tho best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Eveden. We sell at their prices
Agoncy and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
r. Woods5 Fever Pills
Wholesale and Retail, at Dr. Woods' Prices.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHTNE
'Lsst week I bought s 10 cent package of Waslnno snd dono my wishing lu one linll
the ubusI time at le.s than ball the cost of Soap. -My clothes were wliiier. 1 did not
bave to rub tbem, and it did not sbriok my woolens, and for once I was ennbii'd to Kt a
hot dinner on Monday. So ladles try It, and you mill save labor, time and money, li I.
perfectly safe to use It. SIKH. A.
5 and 10 cent Packages.
Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Golden Lion Cologne-
Of ExquiBite Fracranco
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney At Law
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatin for Table Use -Very Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perftimery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
The Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsaparilla and Blood Purifier
HolmanV Ague Pads, Woods' Pills
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles; Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Palish
Is not easily canted In these
timet, but it can be made in
three months by any one ot
either sax in any part of the
oountry who Is willing to work
teadily at tbe employment we
rurniah. tot) a week In your
own town. Yon need not be
away from borne after night. You ean Rive
your sole lime to the work, ar only your spare
moments. We hate ag-anta who are making
om I) per dev. All who ena tgt at once ean
make money hat. Ai toe nment tine money
ean notbe mails so ea.lly and rapidly at any
other buiineaa. it eoats nothing to try the
buelness. Terms and V eutnt free. Addreas
at eace, II. USLI.EU a vO rorllatd, Me.
Pure Imported Bay Ram, Splendid Canada Tar
Soap Enffllfth and American Soap Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extracts In origi
. nal Bottles or In Broken Quanti
ties im wanted at low prlccii.
Buy Your Brugs
At Barclays' Drug Sioro.