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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1878.
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J.VO. H. OBEKLY. General Mintage.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois.
Thoa. Kally, Kdltor.
TOB STATE TUKArilER.
EDWARD L. CHUN MUTE, of Stephenson.
FOB UTERtNTEXIIENT HP ffHI."' ISSTIiecTION,
8 AM L' EL M. ETTEH, of McLean.
fOB CLERK or THE sl'PHEMB COl-BT, aolTIIEUN OIUND
JACOB 0. CHANCE, of Marlon.
FOB CLEHK Of THE AITKLI.ATB COl'HT, aoCTUEttN
JOHN Q. HAKMAN. of Alexander.
FOB CONOIlES-EHIHTr.ESTII I'ONOIIESSIoNALBISTIllCT
W. J. ALLEN, of Jacksou.
TOB REPRESENTATIVE FIFTIETH BENATOWAL DIS
TRICT. T. W. HALMDAY. of Alexander.
T. T. HoUINSUN.of Juckon.
VoonnEES endorses tlie Potter investiga
There lias been one case of yellow fever
Memphis denies the charge that she is
puilty of yellow fever.
The Republicans of Ohio will open the
campaign August 24th.
VooRnEKs opened the Indiana canvoss at
South Bend last Saturday.
Organization, immediate and perfect, is
the necessity of the Democratic party of
The Democratic editors of this State- will
meet at Springfield August 8th to consult
on measures of interest to the profession
and the party.
The joint discussion between Allen and
Thomas as Vienna, Johnson county next
Saturday, will attract a large crowd. But
Thomas will nt come to time.
The United States troops, under Gen.
McKenzie, have again raided into Mexico.
Our progress in the direction of a war with
Mexico, and the absorption of our sister
Jtepublic, is slow but sure. Step by step we
approach the consummation of the conquest
tif the Greaser's Paradise.
The Knights of Sabor is a secret political
society, allied to the National-Greenbackers.
It has its headquarters at Philadelphia. It
claims a membership of 14.000 in Alabama,
79,000 in Pennsylvania, 70.000 in Indiana,
C4.000 in Ohio, 02,000 in North Carolina,
0,000 in Colorado, aud 50,000 in Illinois.
Grant says: "Logan did a great work for
the Union in bringing Kgypt out of the Con
federacy, which he did, and he was an admir
able soldier, and is, as he always has been,
an honorable, true man a perfectly just and
fair man, whose rccurd in the army was
brilliant." Logan, it is expected, will next
"Shall we regain the next House of Rep
resentatives'!'1 arks the Sparta Piaindealer.
If the plaindealer expects an answer from
ws, without hesitation we reply: "No; you
shall not. The Democrats propose to in
crease their majority in the H.mse, and with
a Democratic Senate mulo'i. liineh as jhis
table of the mischief that has been done by
Ihe legislation of the Republican party dur
ing the hist past ten years.'1
Jcikie Ali.es was present at the Demo
cratic convention of the Senatorial District
oiuprid of the counties of Ramlo'ph,
Monroe and Perry, hold at Red Hud Tues
day, July tlOth, and made a powerful sjawh.
Col. W. R. Morrison, and lion. W'ln.lluruell
were present. The convention adopten
ftrong greenback resolutions by a unani
mous vote, and nominated for Representa
tive C'apt. John T. Meliride of Rmidolph,
aud Mr. J.C. Provcrt of Perry, both excel
lent gentlemen and sound D-moeraU.
The Springfield correspondent of the
Chicago Times says that trouble is likely
to grow out of the fact that ilili'enileiit
military companies are organizing lu the
Ute under the general iucorKr.ttion law
mid entirely outride the regular militia,
.fckjinc. . time ago the Bohemian benevolent
association of Chicago was thus incorporated.
Its object, as stated In the certificate of
incorporation, was besides benevolence and
to promote social intercourse, to encourage
military and gymnastic exercises. July
20th, the Lackey Zouave association, of
Chicago, was incorporated by a similar
certificate, which states like objects. This
latter company lias been denied recognition
by the adjutant general because it refuses to
to comply with militia law, but it is under
stood that both companies have procured
arms and are now drilling for purposes
The late meeting in this city of the
Democratic Central Committee of this Con
gressional District resulted in the permanent
organization of the committee with head
quarters at Cairo and in tho adoption of a
plan of campaign that will be carried for
ward with vigor and skill under the direc
tion of Judge Green, the very able chairman
of the committee. The great drawback to the
efficiency of the committee is its impecuni
osity. It has no money and no source from
which to draw more than a scattering dol
lar or two. The Democratic party does not
levy an assessment, as the Republicans do,
on office-holders and men interested in the
maintenance of the present system of gov
ernmental financial spoliation of the busi
ness interests of the country, but must rely
entirely upon the voluntary contributions of
its individual members, the mass of whom
are poor men who with difficulty can buy
bread and clothing for themselves and fam
ilies. But the Democratic Central Commit
tee of this district confidently relies upon
the libei ality of tho Democrats of the dis
trict, and will make an appeal to them for
the Patriot's Pence. From each it will seek
to obtain a few cents and in this way secure
the few hundred dollars absolutely neces
sary to pay the current expenses of the pend
ing canvass. Without money, by an appeal
to the common sense and patriotic impulses
of the voters, the Democrats intend to carry
this district by a decisive majority.
The Alton Democrat says:
Kentucky Democracy ooaies out once aud a while
In l violent-form. Recently ome negroc went run
out of Ballard comity by the Ku-Klux. aud the Re
publican of the Culru district are using It to the
disadvantage of Josh Allen, the Democratic candi
date for Lougre.
The Democracy of Kentucky had nothing
to do with the late Ku-Klux outrages in Bal
lard county opposite this city, and the Re
publicans are not using the outrage to the
disadvantage of Judge Allen. The perpe
trators of the outrage were five young men
full of bad whisky, led by one bud man full
of the same kind of liquor. They are out
laws, and will be arrested and properly pun
ished or else be compelled to run away from
the country. AVhen the news of the outrage
reached Cairo, the Democrats promptly in
terested themselves in the matter and used
every exertion to secure the arrest of the
Ku-Kluxing fiends. But the Republicans
took no interest in the affair. They weep
over the wrongs of negroes at a distance
from them, but will not be troubled with
the injuries done to the black man under
their patriotic noses. This apathy on the
part of the Republicans of this part of the
state led to the relief that they were parties
to the crime that certain lawless Republi
cans had organized the raid in the interest
of dipt. Thomas. We are satisfied this
suspicion did our Republican friends injus
tice. They are lazy defenders of human
rights, but have not learned the scoundrelism
of Louisiana Republicanism that was in the
habit of using paid assassins for the purpose
of making rotes out of the shed blood of
innocent black men. They have however
by refusing to raise their voices, as the
Democrats promptly did, in denunciation of
the Ballard county outrage, deprived them
selves of the right to use it against the Dem
ocratic party, but it will be difficult for
Capt. Thomas to explain his own and his
party's apathy in the face of such un inva
sion of tho rights of industrious colored
Too many Democrats, influenced to fool
ish action by demagogues of the worst kind,
are uniting with what is called the National
Greenback party. Of course they hope, by
supporting the new party, to benefit them
selves and bring back to the country the
good times which have been so long com
ing but are yet at too great a distance in
tho future. That they can do this by affilia
tion with the Natioiml-Grecnbnckcrs we do
not believe. That party is based on an idea
that has never yet been reduced to practice
and which may or may not be all that its
promulgators say it will be. The National
Grecnbackers observing tho depression in
business and distress among tho working-
men of the country, charge the responsibility
for this condition of affairs upon tho Repub
lican party. In this they are right. But
they go further. They also charge the
Democratic party with responsibility for
these evils. In this they are wrong. Tho
Democratic party has, since tho war, stead
fastly opposed every financial policy of tho
Republican party, and was tho first political
irgauizuiioii that advocated a sensible
"greenback policy.'' It has not advanced to
the idea of "absolute money," aud does not
believe the assertion of certain lunatics that,
even with paper bill!
"Thick a utiluinual leave that lrov tho brook .'
laws might be enacted that would, by threat
ened penalties, keep the bills at par with
gold and silver; but it has resisted contrac
tion of tho currency, forced resumption,
the issuanco oi long-time gold bonis
aud other iniquitous propositions made ly
Republicanism, and has endeavored by n
monctizing silver and seeking to stop at
tempted forced resumption of specie pny
mcnt to give relief to our paralyzed indu
tries and start again the spindle and tin
plane. It will not do to say that certain
prominent Democrats have been in alliance
with the enemies of the people. Among the
disciples was one who denied Christ and an
other who betrayed flim, but tho faults of
these did not condemn them all. The party
has generally been wise in its actions, not
withstanding the folly of some of its leaders,
And it has always been the party of the
people. Ever since its foundation it has
been opposed to monopolies and to class
legislation. It is so to-day, and by its'suc
cess nnd in no otlier way can the interests
of tho people be made secure. It has more
than one idea. It is not only sound on tin
financial question, but upon every other
question in which the people are interested.
It seeks to make the blessings of govern
ment fall upon all alike, and to lift the
burdens of government from the shoulders
of the masses where it has been placed by
class legislation. In Illinois it has de
clared that the employes of railroad com
panies and other corjxirate monopolies
should have a first lien upon the property
and franchises of such corporations
for their wages. It denounces
the laws that drag the widow and
the poor man, in the interest of monopolies
located in other States, hundreds of miles
away from home away from the conve
nient State Courts to tho United States
Courts in which Justice inclines her scale
with partial hand to the side of the legal
ized robbers that call themselves corpora
tions. It denounces the Receiver System,
by which the United States Courts have
become the pals of foreign landholders in
their worse than highway robberies; aud in
every one of its utterances it speaks with
the voice of a champion of the people. Why
then should Democrats, influenced by the
false cries of men like Brick Pomeroy, leave
their own to seek relief in another
party because it advocates a policy that his
own party also defends and to which it alone
can give vitality? Wc ask Democrats, who
have an impulse to get into the National
paper balloon, inflated by impure gas, to
pause. We advise them to don't. At
present it may appear to them that it would
be pleasant to sail away into the clouds of
of promise pictured by National orators, but
they would learn to their sorrow the great
ness of the illusion. For awhile they might
go sailing 'round the moon, singing
"l"p in a balloon boy,
t'p In a Imlloon.
Ble-n me. ain't it plear.t,
Millug 'roiiud Ihe moon!"
but the collapse would surely come and
let them down to earth again with a
suddenness and violence that would astound
them. Be cooi. Don't give yourselves
away to lunacy upon an impulse. Stand
fast to the old colors and all will be well.
A dispatch from Berlin says the Ger
man government is taking precautionary
measures ngainst disturbances during the
Rains continue in the famine provinces
of China, and hopes are entertained of a
good harvest; but, meantime, the suffering
-dt has been practically decided by the
third assistant postmaster general to extend
the registry system to third-class mail mat
ter. Tho change will go into effect about
About half a dozen of the fellows who
uttempted to create a labor riot nt Wash
ington, I). C, last week, have been sentenced
to the chain gang for terms of from one to
three months. It is not believed that there
will bo further serious trouble.
The financial returns of a number of
the leading English railway lines during
the first half of the present year show a
slight decline as compared with tho cor
responding period of 1877, notwithstanding
an increase of mileage and enlargement of
At the late International Postal Con
gress in Paris forty-two countries were re
presented. Letter postage to all parts of
Europe in future will bo 25 centimes, or its
equivalent. Printed mutter partially pre
paid will be forwarded under the penalty of
double postage at its destination.
The Governmental Military Commis
sion, which has been in session at White
Sulphur Springs, W. Va., adjourned last
evening, to meet in New York November 18
The main features of the bill agreed upon
thus far relate more to the discipline ami
treatment of the army than to its organiza
tion. The Sabbath-school Assembly of the
Northwest will hold Its: third annual meet
ing,ut Clear Lake, Iowa, August 14 to 20.
Mrs, Emily lluutingtou Miller will huvo
charge of the children's department, and
among thespeakers will be the Rev. W. F.
Crafts and B. F. Jacobs, of Chicago; tho
Rev. Dr. Stuart Robinson, Mr'. Weudling
Tho Indiana State Board of Equaliza
tion has fixed the assessment of railroad
property for 1878. Following are the to
tals: Main tracks, !28,4M,5:i4 i side, $1,.
793.841; rolling stock, 1,721,882; total,
137,001,258. The assessment of main
tracks is f 10,908 greater than last y ear, but
the total assessment is 1)5,459,500 less, a loss
of 6J per cent.
Louisiana is raising a big ice crop.
The Texas Grecnbackers will put a
State ticket in the field.
State news in a Texas paper consists
chiefly in accounts of killings.
The Richmond State thinks the MofTct
register as unreliable as Agnes Jenks.
Over one hundred Mustang ponies
were landed at Wilmington, N. C last
Sheriff Mclnturff, of Unicoi county,
Tenn., had two children killed by lighting.
The nuisance, the first cotton-bale
item, is beginning to appear in the South
Manv a Doli-ah formerly spent on expensive Pul
phurllathtl now raved by Mibciitutiui; therefor
Glenn' Sulphur Soap, which 1 just a heueflclal
but infinitely cheaper. Loeul disease of the kiu,
rheumatism blc! pint are all relieved by tula tand
nrd remedy. Complexion blemlslie are eradicated
by it. and It impart to the cuticle a pearly white
lie and velvety "oftue which greatly enhance
the effect of female charm. It oolhlii.'. antiphlo
gistic action constitute It a prime remedy for ore,
ulcer, cut. pralu. cald. bruire. and lu fact
every abnormal condition of the cuticle attended by
Inflammation, swelling or itching. Ladle moving
lu our best society speak of it beautifying proper-
tie In t-Dthuiat!c terms, and five It a decided
preference to cosmetic which merely conceal but
do not, like Uienn't Sulphur Sop. eradicate defect
of the complexion. The Use of ointment for
eruptive complaint I to be deprecated because of
their having a tendency to clog the pore and lu
some case to aggravate rather than remedy the
disease. They are, beidee, seldom thorough
etiotiirh In their effect to prevent the recurrence of
eruption of an Inveterate type and have the di-
advautayc of rolling the linen of person w ho use
them, (ilenn- fulphur Soap, on the contrary, radi
cally cure the disea-e to w hich it 1 adapted aud
still further recommends llself on account of It
cleanliness. It I, besides, an admirable disinfect
ant of clothing which has been worn by person
anucK-a wnn uiwate a contagious nature. A a
specific preventive and promoter of the general
hsalth it presents advantage of the most unequiv
ocal description. Sold by DruggM.
Illil't Hair and Whisker Dye, black or brown.
Price 50 cents.
GltoCERS AND COMMISSION' MERCHANTS.
gTKATTON it BIRD,
Comm ission Merchants,
57 OHIO LEVEE.
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER COM IT
W. Sthattos. Cairo. T. Until. .Missouri.
GRAIN. FLOUR AND HAY.
Highest Cash Pric Paid for Wheat.
I I X K L E, TI 1 1 ST L K WOOD
Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse
General Commission Men hunts,
No. ir and 1S7 Commi-r- I f . , ... T , . ,
clal Avenue ,' CAIRO, ILLS.
f IltKIIAL Advancement made on Consignment
I J of Tohai'cu. Hour aud tiruln.
Orders for Coal by the car-load, ton or
in liogslieiuls for shipment promptly at
tended to. To Inure consumers anil all
iiiitiiiif'iictiircrs we are prepared to sup
ply any quantity, by the month or year,
at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
OmV on wtinrftioHl. fool of Sixth Street; office of
llallliluy Ill-others, opposite St. Ill Miles Hotel:
l.i'viititin Mills. Twentieth street; Coal lluuip, luot
of Thirtieth street; 1'oituuku drawer 1XW.
g AN FORD'S
.() FEET AHOVETIIE SEA.
The following testimonial are from Mer. ,T.
(). Ilofwurtli Co., lienver. Col., largo and Infill
ential druggist. They report unprecedeiitly large
sulesaiid universal atlslactloii, No other dleae
I so alarmingly prevalent lu tliut region. Tlicy
speak of the following gentlemen a among their
belt tlll.eu; .
J. O. IVxworth A Co., Denver, Col.: (ientlemsn
Prompted by a fellow-feeling fort how alllleled with
with Catarrh. 1 wlrh to add niv testimony in behalf
of SANr'Oltl) S KAIuCAL c I KK ma CATAKK1I.
I hare been sorely afflicted w lib III las fearful dlee
lor four year, and have tried every know n remedy
without avail, until I bought a bottle ol Ihe aboe
C V UK from you, which gave me almost lustant re
lief. It being a conotllutlonal a wrll a a local
remedy. I believe it to be all thai it claimed for it,
u Kadlcal Cure for Catarrh.
Verrtrtilv vour. WM. AMETIVK.
Devvcr, Sept. S3, 1STS. with Jen. on, Ulis & Co.
Mer. J. O. Hownrth Co., Denver:
tiKSTLKMKs: I take pleasure in recommending
SANK.liHD'S KADICAL (THE K(H CAT A Hit 1 1
to all who are aftirled with till ill-ean-. I wa
eri-Hllv firhieti-d u-ith if fur a Iiiii-j tlfne. and cured
it with two bottle uf the above CI 'UK. About a
year afterward I was again taken with Catarrh ((Site
severely, and immediately eiit for another bottle
which fixed me all rlt'ht. giving me relief from the
nr-t doe. I am coiindent thai this remedv will do
all that 1 claimed for it. mid more too. wihltig
you ucce in It introdiieilou, I am very truly
your. a. w. s.fli i u. oi suinu uon.
Deliver, Oct. 4, ls75.
TRIED EVERYTHING. '
Mesr. J. (I. Howorlh 4 Co.. Denver. Col.: fien
tlemeii-1 haveiiM-d sANKiiltil'S KADU'ALCl'KE
KOK CATA UUII. and It ha given perfect mtlsfac
tloti. 1 have tried almoM rvi-rythtng. and It I the
onlv tiling' that ba l'Ivcii mi- rell. f. I tin-Mure
take pleiifiire In reeoniniendini; Its use to ill af
rtieted with Caturrii otauy kind, and oflertlilsa my
tc'llnrv to It- eelient.
jv trtili. W. S. DECKKK.
Denver. Oct. 1. IsTS.
KEY II. WluMS SAYS:
One of the bct rem. die fur Catarrh, nay. the
hit reimdv e have loiind in a lifetime of sutler-
I.. . I. 1 VvulMI'y IJ Lhli' t I I'l PF ll U t,,,f
unpii aanl to tuke through the nostril, and there
come., with each bottic a mall t'liiss tiilie for ne lu
iuhalatiou ll clear the head and throat o
thoroughly that, takeu eaeti morning on ruiug,
there are no utip'.earaiit y eretiouo anil uo di-ngrev--Ki..
.1. .,.... .1... .....I... .I.. l., k m.i.p.w
ceuted' cl-arne ol voice and respiratory organ.
llev. .1. II. Wlggln. In liorr heti r i Mno.i Hear-on.
hach package coutuin Ilr. Satilord improv,ni
f..i...ii.... a-..i... ..i,t. ...ll .ll....-.!....- r.. i. ll
I Mlldl lllf 1 IKK. -IIU I .. I . .Ill' . tliJU- ."I l.r. ... ,,
case, l'rlce l.m. Kor sale by all wholesale and
retail (jruciiTp anil rie.ver inpHigiinui uie i iniro
Mate and Canada. WEEKsv. I'oTTEK. t.meral
Agent and wholesale druggists. Mostou, Ma.
For Local Tains, Lameness, Soreness
Weakness, Numbness and Inflation of
the I.niiirs. Liver, Kidneys, Spleen
Rowels, Rladder, Heart, and Muscles,
are equal to an army of dis fors and
acres of plants and shrubs. Even in
Paralysis Epilepsy or Fits, and Nervoii
and Iuvoluntary Mn-ciilar Action. thN
Plaster, by rallyin;: the Nervous Forces,
lias effected Cures when every other
know n remedy has failed.
PRICE 2-' CENTS.
Ask forC(dIin' Voltaic Pla-ter, and
insist on haviinr it. Sold by all Whole
sale aud Retail liruia'Nts throiiffhout
the I'nited States and Canadas. WEEKS
A- PMTTEII, Proprietors. Jtostou, Ma.-.
"View of Marriage!
Tl'ril f 4 -y A (iilirlr tn Wedlock aud
V .Al iV-tN Ci'lifiileliliul treatise on the
dmi- uf marriage and the
AMI cans-- tliut unfit fur it; the
V MMM WJV-ccret of Ui'proiiuctlnu mid
.liaillliauiy,, Mseasc of Women. A
book for private, lonnderute reading, g'O pages,
l'lke TJ cents.
A l'KIVATE MEDICAL ADYISEU!
(n all disorder of a private nature arising from
self abuse', excesses, or secret discuses. Willi tiie best
means of cure, Wl large pages, price Till cent
A clinieiil lecture on the above disease and those
of the throat, lungs, catarrh, rupture, the opium
habli. etc.. price 111 cents.
Kltlier book sent post-paid on receipt of price: oi
all three, containing MO pages, buiitlilully Illustra
ted, for T.'i cents.
Address lilt. lll'TTS. No. VI N. Mb t., St. Loul
NEK VOl'S DERI LITY,
men, loss ol vitality, premature weakness, enerva
tion of mind nnd li'ody. disorder of the brain and
nervous system, and inlsi rle resulting therefrom.
speedily cured bv MATE'S' SPECIFIC.
'!. I I-' 1 1 l'r,. -..,1
by an eminent physician; jl a rase, g for .': sold by
druggists. For circular with full parilculiir. ad
rlres. Dl(. HATES. State street. Chicago. 111.
NO (THE NO FEE ! n", nVi-.Ve
hospital, 1ST East Washington treet. Chicago, for
the cure of all private, chronic and prciai disease.
SmiNAI. V1K.VKMCS. NKIlvul liRIIIUTY It till I.oT
haniiooii. permanently cured. Dr. ti. I a graduate
of the Ucfurin School, and use no niercnrv; Im tho
largest practice lu the I'nited State. I.aiuk re
quiring It, iitui, Mil. with home and board, call or
write. Everv convenience for patient. Send fiftv
cent (or MAItKIAt.E (il'lliE! ifi'5 page Illustrat
ed. Married ladle and gentlemen "end fifty cent
for iimple of rubber good ui.il circular of Import.
ant Information bv express.. Consultation free and
conllileiitial . Kellable Femiile I'llls $:, a box.
w'1 wMWkSALAIlY. Permanent salesmen want
A I 'I II led to sell Staple (loud to dealer. No
c " peddling. Expense pld. Addre.
H. A. CHANT A CO., 8,4, U Jt 8 Home. Hi., Cin
O'IDLD PLATED WATCH Est. Cheapest In
the world. Sample inch free to Agent. Ad
dress, A. COl'J.TEK A CO., Chicago, 111.
AND MORPHINE IIAHIT (TKED
The Original and only absolute
cure. Send stiiinti fur' hook- nn
opium Eating. In W. II. Squire, Worthlngton,
llrccne, County, 1 ltd .
DYKIN'O AXD BEXOYATI.VC.
ypuii OLD CLOTHES
CAN Its RGAtlTtfVLLT
DYED OU IIEPAIIIED
At a Trilling Kxpenst-C. 0. I).
CHAS. SHELLEY. NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
US" Ladle ami (ieut' old hull uiudo new.
HOOT AMI MIOEMAKKIM.
ROOT AND SHOE MAKER
Commercial Avenue, bet, I iu 111
blxluund Seventh it. ( V it 11(1, 11,
fp KES pleasure In announcing to hi put run am)
A the pulille generally Unit he ha recently received
the finest and most select stuck of Leather of every
decrlpllon ever brought to this city. All work in
hi Hue executed uromiitlv and In Ihe best manner.
Entire satisfaction given In every Instance, price
reasonable. A oorrlfal Invitation extended to all to
can diiu i-Aaiiiiiiu unou auu learu price.
The Cairo Rox and Basket Co.
, will reus t
Flooring, Siding. Lath. Etc
At tho very lowet rule.
HaYiu? a Heavy Stock of Loirs on Hand,
We are prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDER
Ou the thorteui oucu.
V SPECIALTY made of STKAMHOAT f.t'MMEK,
We aln manufacture FK(.'ITHoXMATKl(IAL4
Cracker, Candy, Packing Ibuc. Sitave, Heading
rno the voters of Alexander
Wur.iiKA. TheCounty Hoard of Alexander coun
ty have under advisement a proposed change of tho
election preelnitsll ald iniinty. all panic hav
ing any ugcstoii cr petition lu offer lu regard to
the same arc herebv requested to file the auic by
the .September sessim of aid board.
SAMI KL J. Ill MM. County Clerk.
MtT (.OOPS. ETC.
The larjrest wholesale and retail Iry
(mm1s and Clethiiiif House in this City;
are receivini; new (imsls daily and are
oflerinvin-eatljartfains in the most hand
some lines of CARPETS, OIL ('LOTUS
and MATTINGS; Silks, Cashmeres, Loti
rettes, and i frrcat many other uew
styles of Dress Goods, Fans, Etc.: in
fact in every department of their busi
ness, they cordially invite the public
(i call and see thcirjdock.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE RY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car I,oads a Specialty.
( K i c K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
ICE! ICE! ICE!
Is now Prepared
To Fill Orders. Wholesale or Retail, at
Ornif. AND Il E Ilol E AT THE ClTT IlllEElir.
Ice ! Ice ! Ico !
YOCUM cfe SERBIAN,
COKNKIt EKUITU 8THEET, CAIHO, ILLINOIS.
ICE! ICE! ICE! ICE! ICE!
N O T SN O W !
At the corner of Eight street and Ohio Leveo. w
nre now prepared to fill orders for mire Lake Ice at
reasonable price and in quantle of from ten
pound to cur load lot and w ill guaranteu to carry
our cunonie through the rcarou. Leave order at
the old stand. YOCrM 4 8EJJUIAN
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS
The great celebrity of our TIN TAO TOHACCO
ha caused many imitation thereof to he placed ot
the market, We therefore cautlou all chevwr
against purchasing hch imitation.
AH denier buying or felling other plug tobacco
benrlnga hard or metallic label, render theuiselve
liable to tho penally of Hie law, and all person vio
lating our trudu murk are puiilshablu by line and
imprisonment. See act of Congres. Aug. 14, ISTtl.
The genuine l.OKHILAKI) TIN TAO TOBACCO
ran he distinguished hro TIN TAO on each lump
with the word LOltHILAIll) stumped thereon.
Over tm ton tobacco ,olil lu wr, and ceutly
8,uon person employed lu fiictorlci. '
Taxc paid (iovernmeut lu 1H7T, about $:),rine.i0,
and during pnt HI year, over $'jn,(X),(Kifl. .
These good sold by ull Jabber at mnuiimcturcrt'
UTTho TIN TAO PMOKINO TOHACCO l
"seciind to none" lu aroma, mildiie, purity aud