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THE DAILY CAIUO BULLETIN: .THURSDAY MORNING, DKUKMBKK LV 1818.
THK DAITA 15ULLETIN.
IVKIil iMlS (WUKI1 KJtt'rTKU.
I.a-f : ttiiilrtiii HolMIng, WiwUlnjctnu Avenue
lull,- mMIvt' J K carrier! lMr "vk
Hv mail tin adr.ucoiuue year
n:!l (In advance' me year
Three month ..
ruling in all cx- prepaid.
:rl insertion. V" Nr
ouhfeiiufBluiwriloi.il. tcr iwiiarc
Vnrouc week, per mil are
or two weeks, per niutn1
Vot three weeks
i;.h adtiili nal suture
f 1 II)
r.il Insertion, per quare t
Mthorottent Insertion '
Kl"hl line of solid nonpareil constitute a aquarv.
ll-nl.-d nlvtTlln m.-m will hr charged accord
ltelo ll.ePeenccypM.t above rate-Htcre be
int lilvr line, ot ..ltd type to thr tuch.
To rcirv.laradvenl-er we otter "tiperlnr Induce
ment, hcith to ml-, nf ciiaric and maimer of
V.plaTinr their favor
lix-il notice twentv cent p-r line for ,r"1 J"' '
i..u: ten cent per line f.T each aulwqiu'ttl luscr-
i'ummiinii (l.iui'.l)n snMec:of p uenl IntereM
l.iMIUsrrr.'t ei nt ... , ,
I ril. r. arid communication, should br a.(lrescU
Cairn Bulletin. Cairo. Illinois."
l.iii'K"Mt Orculuuoii ot ii'i.v Doily in
ilvMorninir Daily in Southern Illinois
KH'A1. t'AI'IT'OK ALKXANDKU tOl'XTV.
M.H. H.ri--U, Ktlitoi-.
Dakut wlaimiiif! t have 18(i,0(KI inliali
i'unU "ill apply f'T rtilmWtui into the
Union . it .state.
MmiH ouifjil'. arc committed iu Califor
nia, in pwjiortion ti tin population, tli;m
in any other country on tin frlol. l'jirio.
talus tii' I -.- 1 in the production of insane
Tiik jreuius of tin- New Orleans TinicK
n-dili'H wonderful ittrcnslli to the cat
i-pecics. "The jkwi.t of tin. fcliuu ttilie may
In lx'tter umlm-'.ood," lie nayu, "wheu we
Tfili.t (list Cat-kill mountains." Quite
Tiik Ttxns :ijiiTt me urjfin-jr the State
to purcliMi the Alunio, tlmt it may be pre
.'rveil as an liistorieul tviic No olijett in
Texts possesses greater intere.-t. or arouses ) (lf iv.ni(K.ratie rt. ), Wii felt. The
more thrilling memories than that ini"' j frttiliuun hos n turncil toliin plow tlie cot
Alamo. Preserve it, by all means. , (il1 ami tbacco fields give
lIi'.NTiNfi'X'N & Co. ar ; juisliing their sn
i lld Scuthern J'acilie road, which is but
an auxilliary of the Central Pacific monop
oly, with great industry. Fifteen hundred
mua arc at the work of track laving. eat
from Ft. Yuma. Hails ure being laid at
the rate of threo or four miles per day.
Sku"y SiikiimaN prepared und had sub
mitted to the house und senate t if bib's
providing for the issue by government of
rertiiicates for $10 and larger amounts,
bearing interest at 3.G3 per cent, and con-
"iivertible within a year into 4 per cent,
bonds. This will have the earnest support
t Sec'y Sherman und other members of
the cabinet, und ought to be siip'torled by
No SrKKCH of the present session of con
gross has excited more attention than that
of the Hon. Stanley Matthews iu support of
ihu bill in aid of the Texas Pacific Railroad.
Mr. Matthews is h pleasant speaker, had a
subject just now attracting attention
throuuhout the conutry, und was attentively
listened to throughout. He claimed that
the contemplated aid would result in great
und general beie tit, would not cost the gov
ernment u dollar, mid was not a subsidy.
The ablest tii 'ii in lh.' senate iH be heard
on this subject. The friends of the measure
ure very s'liiiruiie-, and, apparently, with
Tiik llouv. of H 'pp'sentatives, on tin
oecond day of th" session, passi.-il two ajipro- j
priation bills - llieKortilieatiou bill, amount- !
ing to 7."),(JII0, the s uiie as last year; atnl
the West I'ohit bill, unioMiiting to about
$:(MMKill. Tlmru was no opposition, and
but little discussion The Appropriation
committee will have its bills ready as fast sis
I he house cm take care of tie in. On the
lurger ones there will of course be debate,
but everything, so far, indicates a working,
rather than a talking session. Even Sena
tor Maine' buncombe resolution as to the
intimidation nf voters, which came no sev
,.i.i...-, ..."i.iii '.i i .lor a year or more has been, convulsed by
ml ilays ago, wol probably pass with but ... ,
. . . . ' inleniiil wtnle! bv flir. eontehtlon unit eon.
Very little (lis :uss nil, Manv In Is on hiiiin
. , i . i .,(.,,
I l.'ll Sllllj I bi;Ve 1,. . 1 liles Ilteil. but it be-
., . ,. ., Louis a repuiation ir riiiiiiinisiit t nit venrs
collies ck'Mi r evi iv ioi tliat none ol thciu 1
;, i ..,,. , , , I , ... ... , of good conduct will not live down.
Will even teeene e'tisi.le-.,Unli until utter1
,i, ,;, ,i ,1 ! , , , , I There are two boards of alderman, eiieh
l'tr iixcd day tor leotiiiip.inn -.laniiarv 1st. 1
. - ' ! claiming to be the lawful board; two sets
Tiik 1'a-t S:. l.oui. Monthly claims a i nf police officers, each net claiming the
population fur lh it city ol' lo.Vn) ,u!s. Of lawful ami cx.'Iimvc right to police the
ihis population fi.umi uve siid to be Aineri- city. K ich of these contending element.
.in Protestants, and T.Vio I'mhnlies of dif- j h is it headipiarters and possession of a
ferelit liatbuodit'.es, chietly lii-h. Tin city j certain portion of le city's records.
cintiiiiis two Catholic chun I and the pay With two such hostile fae'ioim us these,
of the p ui-h priests is at the late of 7H( cnChtnnt'iy face to face, violence, turbulence
per annum. The Pinlestaiils have a ,K-tho. nnd constant suspense mv an inevitable
(list, Presbyterian, Lutln ran and minted , c.oni'(Miience. A number of men on both
Baptist church, v.ith minii-lcrs who draw ' si have lost thfir lives, und l!,c end is
pay at the rate of limn tfJOti to $ti(0 per n it yet, That a fresh and terrible outbreak
annum. Six churches, and one hundred , is likely to occur at uny moment, the fol
tml Ihii'ty-twii stilooiis! About $J,t0il u ; lowing procliiiuation. issued by Mayor Bow
yetu for tin f,'osptl, und 2:17,000 a year for
whibky! In oilier wonl, acconlliiff to the
8tiitiKtiriiuniHluil liythcirown jwrlixlloalii,
uk often u the people of Kant St. LouIh cx
pent! forty ccnU for the support of thu
preacher, they expend twenty three dollars
for the mipport of the naloon keeper! Talk
about liriiiinj,' llejnold to Cairo! Let
him j,'o to Kast St. Ixiuix, und stay there.
Cknkhai. Sukuman and Quartermaster
General Mei-,'8 have given their opinion at
leiisith on tin Hulijeet of the Indian Bureau,
transfer. (Jeneral Sleiga id an officer of ex
perience and sense, and liaa the confldence
of conresK to a.i great an extent, perhnp',
ns tiny other man living, lie thinks the
transfer will In- benetleial to both races.
General Sherman favora it also, but General
Sherman is not i man of grent inlluence
with Congress. The proposed change is
certainly growing in favor, especially wince
Secretary Schurz says it is impobsilile for
his department to take rare of the Indians
without a great deal more money and with
out saddling upon the country a new and
minimus clm-s of office holders. It is safe
to predict that government money will not
In! f-jient ns loosely in the next few years us
in the past, and that the secretary will soon
lie held in suspicion, who proposes to in
crease the already absurdly Urge number of
KMEUG1NU FKUM IIEH DEPRESSION.
If the 11,'pulilican party will keep its
pulzying bands oif of the South a few
years longer, nil evidence of a devastating
war will be wiped out, (here is an admira
ble opening, for some of our Republican
"-.temporaries to "jump in"; all that was
turn down will be built up. and the people
will be as li.ippv and prosperous as the peo
ple ol any portion of the North. Even at
this time, despite the havoc wrought by a
terrible epidemic, the South is emerging
from the univci's.1 depression forced upon
tiie country by p-.-micious Republican legis
lation, much more rapidly than the North.
AVIien cwpet-bug rule was terminated, the
Siiuth was bankrupt in everything. Her
three million negroes were thriftless, and
lived from liand to mouth, and the moral
u:id material condition of the whites wus
but little iM'ttcr. Hut the benign influence
voice of thriftv labor, bro-
ken down industries have been built up
and new ones established, and peace nnd
prosperity now reign where, but a short
time ago. Republican carpct-bagism en
forced poverty, illwill, confusion mid blood
shed. Take, for example, the state of
Georgia. When Republican carpet-baggers
relaxed their grip upon the throat of that
State, the. white populatijn was poor, the
colored element destitute, and the future
seemed full of evil to both. But, now, no
State in the federal union is more prosper
ous than Georgia. Every indu-try is tluiv
iii":, and the tax books show that the ne
groes, who, at the end of carpet-bag rule
had nothing, now own property of the ag
gregate value of six millions of dollars.
They are contented und happy, feel that
they have an identity of interest with the
whites, and would be the last to consent to
a return to die condition from which Dem
ocratic control of public affairs has re
leased them. And what is said of Georgia
will apply, in a marked degree, to all the
states of the South. A new and better
era is dawning for the people; they are
prospering us well iu their skilled indus
tries as in their agricultural pursuits.
School bouses are multiplying, good will
between the different races is strengthening;
ami if the Republican administration will
keep hands off, in two years from this time
no people will be more happy und prosper
ous than the people of the South.
A LIVELY CITY.
The East St. Louis Gazette is a newsy
sheet, that "hews to the line, let the chips
fall where they may." It gives the facts,
rcirjirdless of the galled jade's wincing, its
own withers, probably, being linwruntr.
We form this estimate of the Gazette
from a reading of the last issue. We would,
for the sake of our commonwealth, that the
city of East St. IOtiis were, like its best
newspaper, entitled to special commenda
tion. Rut it isnot. The community is, and
- ' '
i Hiets of clioiies, that I. live jjiven to East St.
man, too plainly inlicates, Addressing
the people of East St. Louis, lie tuyn :
"This afternoon, the Metropolitan jmiIIcc
foice, under the direction of one falsely
claiming to be City MiiihIihI, made an ut-
tack on the city offices in the market house,
to curry away to their headquarters nt the
engine house, the city's property, records,
While one part of the force was stationed
at the up stairs open windows, ut those
headquarters, with rifles in their hands, ap
parently ready to re-enact the attempt at
a massacre on the 5'ld of July last, the
other part came to the market house, armed
with clubs and revolvers; demonstrating an
intention to commit violence.
To avoid a more serious disturbance ol
the peace, bloodshed und probably murder,
I directed acting City Marshal, M. J. Walsh,
nud the two deputies Gains and Canty
with him on duty at the time, to yield
quietly to the brute force, of the Ms.stiilants,
after having, in vain, striven to prohibit the
An armed mob of lawless men holds now,
for the time being, possession of the city
offices in the market house.
They have rifled these offices of what
was left in them. They carried tlu plunder
to their headquarters.
I am pleased to slate, thanks to the pro
caution of City Clerk Franz and other city
officers, that the plundering ruffians did
not succeed in laying their hands upon the
most important of the city's archives.
As I intend to bring the guilty inincreuiils
to justice by legal proceedings, and to rob
them of all excuse for violence, I solicit the
co-operation of all good citizens in pre
serving the peuce, and in preventing the
congregating of crowds tqion the st-cets."
Can we not find a partial explanation for
the violent outbreaks that have so deeply
disgraced that city, in the following item,
which we also clip from the Gazette f
"We have iu East St. Louis one hundred
and thirty-two saloons, or one saloon for
uliout every eighty people. We will say
that the 1.12 drinking places take in over
their counters an uveruge of $1 each per
day, which amounts up to $000 per day;
$1J,S00 per month, and $287,000 per year;
$2:1 to each inhabitant. From thesj places
the city draws a revenue of about $11,400
per year, leaving a balance of $22H.2oo."
Nearly a quarter of a million dollars iu a
single year for whisky! Think of the
"fight" that lurks in that quantity of the
devilish liquid, and there will be no further
cause for surprise that East St. Louis is the
scene of frequent riot and bloodshed.
An AsToNisniN'i Fait. A large propor
tion of the American people are to-day suf
fering from the effects of Dyspepsia, or
disordered liver. The result of these diseases
upon the masses of intelligent and valuable
people is more alarming, making life actu
ally a burden instead of a pleasant existence
of enjoyment and usefulness. There is no
good nason for this, if you will onfy throw
aside prejudice and skepticism, take the
advice of druggists and your friends, and
try one bottle of Green's August Flower,
your speedy relief is certain. Millions ol
bottles of this medicine have been given
away to try its virtues, with satisfactory re
sults 111 every case, You can buy a sample
bottle for ten cents to try. Three doses wil
relieve the worst case. Positively sold by
all druggists on the Western Continent.
It seems Impossible that a remedy made
of such common, simple plants us Hups,
Biiehu, Mandrake, Dandelion, etc., should
make so many and such marvelous and
wonderful cures as Hop Bitters do, but
when old and young, rich and poor, pastor
and doctor, lawyer and editor, all testify
to having been cured by them, you must
believe ami try them yourself, and doubt
110 longer. See other column.
To all who are sullering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE
OF CHARGE. This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in America.
Send a half-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Josi;i'it T. Inman, Station D. Bible Houhc,
New Y'ork City
Flohida. A throng of sufferers, with
coughs and colds, annually go south to en
joy the ethereal mildness of the land of
flowers. To them we would fay the neces
sity of thut expensive trip is obviated by
Compound Honey of Tar, which speedily
vanquishes the coughs and colds incident to
this rigorous dime. For public speakers it
(surpasses the Deinostheiic regimen of "peb
bles and sea shore;" clearing the throat un
til the voice rings with the silvery cadence
of a bell. Use Compound Honey of Tar.
Price .10 cents a bottle. Bauci.ay Biios.,
Wiii:n used for Rheumatism, Sore Throat,
Lame Back, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises,
Cuts, Contracted Muscles, Stiff Joints, Corns
and Burns, on human beings; and Spavin,
Ringbone, Galls, Cuts. Scratches, etc., on
animals, Cotissens' Lightning Liniment Is
unequalled, and its effect simply electrical.
As its mime suggests, it is quick to relieve,
and thousands bear witness to its astound
ing virtues. Bauclav Biuk, Agents,
Ciikw Juckaou's best Sweet Nuvy Tobacco.
Of Teii Venrii Duration. The Dlscliurgcs
Thick, Bloody, and of Foul Odor.
Senses of Smell anil Taste Wholly
tione. Entirely Cured hy
SANFOIID'S RADICAL CliHE
Mer. Wkkkii & I'cmu: limit lumen- I fid
com pel kit Id mknowledfo 10 you Die nrrul lunelll
S.tNriuiD ii ItAHUAi. I t iik bus been to iiiu. For
liimiy yeura I tiuvu been ultlirti'd with this leutU
hiiiiiu (Jlrrusi', mid espccliillv III Ihu winter lime bus
II hern must seven,. The (fluclmriti' hits been thick
h ml bloody, cmitt Invf ft foul odor o tiuil linn iny
im si'iicu In room with uthim wim very unVuslvc to
II11111. One wwk lifter commeni'lni! thu umi of Has
I'iiiiii's Kauicai, 1.T11K I was tint troubled with I. 11 1
nil. My h.-iixc'H of lusto and smell, which were
wholly ijime. have uow fully re I irueil, und my & n
crnl hi'Ullli Is much Improved. Yur,
MKI.UOL'KNK it Kiillll.
Hhort l.niel Wrll. r,
UlUNI) 11.11'IIIS, Mlcli., Nov. a, IS7U.
lii.'NTi.KMiAi The pirkduu of HAM-'olili'it ( tan;
nrrlvcil here lo nlnlit ull rluhl. I don't kuow wlml
I vhotilil have done If II hud not been lor this mm
dy. 1 have tried Nnval liotichcH and rvcrjthlui.'
(In1. ud. Billionth 1 liuvu been uble lo top ttle of
f(!lmlvu dlnthiirnu, I hnvr not been utile Iu recover
mv seue of tUHte mid mtiell until I trird Sankoiui's
I'i'KK. You ran refer any our yon choose, to me.
and I will rhi'i rtullv Inform them In detail 11 k to the
belicllt the remedy liua been lo inc. Your.
WKUlOl USi: II. Kil!l.
fiinxa I'M'in, Mich.. Nov. lWO.
SANFOIID'S HAIUCAL ITKK
not oulv promptly arrests die coirortlni: illsehiiri
In Catarrh, but. by sympathetic action, il restore
to sound health all the organs of the until Hint have
become ad'ecled )) it, und eihlbll 1111) of tin- fullnn
lielVetlvp K) 1 "iirlit. lullaiaetl 11 ml Multcry K.vcs,
rulat'iil and Watery Kjcs, Loss of Hcariuc,
Ktiriti-lii, Niir:ilflrt of tin- Kiir, PMinrirca from
Kar, Ulaclnu' Noises In Die Head, Hixlness,
.Nervotm Ib-iulaclie, 1'nliiilti the Teniples, boss
of tin Senses of Taste ami Smell, Khiiiii'itlon til
I lie I'vubt, Inlliiiiiuiatinn of tin Tonsils. I'utrbl
Sore riirout.Tirklln;: or llackhiKt'oiii'li, llron
rhllls. umi llleedltu' ot the Luni.
Each pickax ofSunford'n lladienl I'ure con'aiiis
Dr. Saufurils linpioved luhaliiii; Tube, and lull
direction for lt ue iu all casea. Price Hue Dollar.
KuritHk' bv ull whole-ale and retail (lrui;iil"t and
dealer" throughout the t'nlti d MsU-s ami Canada.
WKKKS A I'U'ri'EK. General Atfeulp and Whole
sale lliuia.'iit'1. llostou, Mii".
VN Klei tro-lialvanlp llallery, conihlned wllh a
hlihly .Medicated I'luster, 'formini; the priiuile"!
ruralle iin-'tit In the world of mediciuu, and utter!.,'
aurpassllii' ull other plasters heretofore iu Use
Thev accumpllsh more In one week than the old
plaster- In h whole year. They do not palliate; they
ll.-li.-v.) AITc'tlnna of the Chest.
Itelieve .Mrectiulis of the I. toil's.
Kelieve Affeelliilia of tin Heart.
lielleve Atr-ctlunK or thi' Liter.
Helleve AHi ctlotm of the Spleen,
ltelli'vu Aifeclions of the Kidni'ys.
iielievi) AitVclioim of tiie Spine,
lteln ve Atl'eclluna of the Nt rve.
llelieve Alfet tiona of the Muscles.
Keiieve AlTeetiutia of the Joints,
lielleve AfTectinna of the ltonei.
lielievc Alliftloim of the Sinews
No matter what mar tie the extent of your hi (fer
ine, trvone of these I'luster". Helii f is iustaiitiilif
ous.a 'fuel supported by hundreds of testimonial in
our posse-aiou. lieur III tiitnil lliut tue uiosi nil-
porlunt oiseoverlea Iu iniaiiuaiy nuie nut a it tiiuii
ten years, and that combination nf unin and e.
seine of pliiul mid lirub are herein united with
Klet triclty to lorui ai unttlve Master. In sonthliii;,
heulliiu'. and streiiiluuliiU propertle. ii Inr supe
rior lo all otln-r l'lusl-ia hereltifore in Use as the
silchllflc phtsUlau is lo the horse leech.
' Trifc C "cuts.
lie careful to call for Collin's Voltaic l'later lest
vim ei-t aiiitte worthle imitation. Sold liy all
Wiolesale and Itetuil DrulHt ihn.UL'lioul the
t 'tilted State and I iinailit. HiiU tv Kl'.h.s A t ( ' I
TKit. l'rourictors. Hosluit Mast.
Ohio Levee and
Waslii nst on Avenue.
I'AINTS. OILS. WALh I'AI'KK, KIT.
5, F. 15LAKE,
Or. Al Ell IN
Window Glass, Window Shinies, Etc.
Alwaya on hand thu cclcbrati'il n t.i minatino
BiW liullillntr, Com. I.
uiuii'lul Ave I
CAHItlAGKS AXD WAU0NM.
I'OSIMKIICIAI, AYK. helweeti KlhTH and
HUTU HTH CAIItl). IM..
HdKSK HIIOUINII a epei ialtv. KepalrliiK of all
kind of vehicle done lieally and on short no
lice, ut lint IowchI pn.slblll CO"!,
Decorative J'aper I lander
P A I N rT K 11 !
A HI'KCI.VI.TY MADE OK
(i ljiziiif nail Kalsomininr.
Leave Order ut IIiiicIiiv'n or I'arker'a Hook Store.
I U BAKKKY."
Kiglilli Street, neur I'oimneriiul Avenue.
V. IIKSCH, ritoi'ltiKToil.
Ilittlni; sturtcd a first class llaken. and pliiied a
Hrst-clas St. Louis baker iu i linre, I nm prepitn d
CAKKS tiK KVKIIY IKSCllll"H(i.
front the plainest to the most elalHirate kind, suit
u'lle lor wetldlni's. Ii.i'ls. el, .: also all kliul of
llr.ad. I'lts and I'asirv. at the very lowest rule.
Order will be proinpi'ly tilled. A 'deliver waifon
will run daily to nil part of Hie city for the accom
modation of customer.
A share of the public's palronai-1 ollt lied, am!
Ijlack ciwyu VEILS,
AND TIM MM IXC !S,
NO MA'rrKll HOW OLD. Itl'STY OH l'AIKI.
Ue-Iyid und Dressed Equal to New
KAST ON .V ' ..
4:i WKMT KOTHTTI STTtKKT. 1'ISCIN N ATI.
tT-Order of three yards of Crnpe or upward
relumed KHKK or Kit flit's MIKIollT
Hi lt IIKU.
I )fili'r in Irosli Meat.
Kit! I IT STBKBT,
Jtclwci'ti WiiHliirijiton tintl ( 'uic
iitfi'iiol A v., uiljoiuiiilt HtiiiujH.
KKKl'S for sulelhe hi st Ilei-f, I'ork. Multun, Veal.
I.innh. SiittsHe. Ac. and I prepared toere
f.i nllles in an accepuliie manner.
I.i:XAM)i:U COUNTY BANK,
Coiniiicrciiil Avenue and Eiglitli Street,
CM IIO, ILLINOIS.
K. Illioss. President.
I'. NKl-K. Ylce-I'resl.'.ent.
II. WKI.I.S. t ashi. r.
T. J. KKH'I II. Assistant Cashier.
K. Urn-, Cairo;
I'eter Neff, Cairo;
C, M . Osterloll.
K. Under. Cairo;
( has. II l'ulier,
William lloy,e, Calm;
Willluin Woif. ( aim;
It. I, Iiilliiik'sley. St. l.oni;
J. Y. I lellisoli, l aiedunlii.
4 (.kni:i:al hankino hisinkss honk. Kx-
iV chaii.'e sold and bouulil. Interest paid ill the j
Snvliilt Department. Collection lnjiile and ull ,
hunlties promptly attended to.
rjMIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
OA PITA Ii, S 100. OO0
W. 1'. H.M.LIDAY. I'residetn.
II. L. II ALLIDAY. Vice l'resldetil.
WAL I'KIt II YSLOl', Cushler.
. MAATH TAVUiR, W'. I'. IIAI.l.tliAY.
ItKNKl- L. IIAI.I.IIIAV, II. II. ITSNIMIIIA.
0. II. WILLIAMSON. M'KI'IIKM lllilll.
II. II. CAMII'.I'..
Exeluuiife, Coin nnd I'nited States Bonds
HOt'OIlT AND SOLD.
Ilepiwll" recclwd and a neneral baiiklni" hasliies
jNTi:i:ruisc savings bank,
(Tiitrtereil Mari li HI, li'.liW.
UY'VCl. IN CITY NATIONAL 1IAXK,
l'o l i'i i, Illinois..
INTKIIKHT paid oil deposit Mitreh 1st and Sep
tember l"t. Interest not wllhdinwn is iitlil-d im
nicdliileU l, the prluclpiil of Hie deposits, thereby
ttlviiiK lltciti t'ouipoiiiid Inlereal.
f-Children ami niarrled women may ttcimalt
niniiey mill tin line else ran draw It.
WALTF.lt 1IYSLOB, TiiKArTiticit.
CHEAT OFFJ3U FOU
We will during the HOLIDAYS dlnposa of im
l'lANOK and OHUANH at ICXTItAOHI)lNAIIY
LOW price for cah. Hplondld OrK'an. It a& aula
of reed, fiifi, X set with Huh liox and Couple,- is, ,
11 acta $.VI. 1 act 411, 1 net :I5, 7 Octuvaall Kosewoo.l
Manna lift), 71 H do tl4U, warranted for MIX niri.
Auknts W'antxu. illustrated Cataloiruca Mailed.
Mnalc at hair price. IIOHACK WATKKH A HONS,
Manilfaclurura uud l)ualora.4U Knl Mill St. H, Y.
WHAT KM IN KM ST. LOUIS PHYSICIANS HAY.
1'UUVKNTATIVN Ot M Al-Altl A.-Coldl'll' I.Ii'IiIk'I
K.Jtraii of Heel' and Tiilc liivlcorutur U a ury
avrerabltt article of diet, and particularly uneful
wlirn tunica aru re(iiiied, licluu tolerated wheu
oilier forum ofaiilinal food pre rijected. In IMp
theriu, Attue, Malarial Kever, Typhoid Fever, attd
every depressing illscuse. ll use will tin attended
with ureul advaiitaiiu. We have tireicrlbetl It with
eicellent attrceaa: J. II. I.ealle. M. I). ;ti. II. Copp,
M. V.: H. B. l'ra'ona. M. D.j II. A. Vauithu, M. b.:
lira. H. L. and J. I'. Nldelcl! Win. I'ort.r M. I).,
and many other. Hold by all liruj-tflula uud Oro
cer. JUCCKSSFUli FOLKS.
kj MuMliew Halc'n New Book.
I.IHO prominent person men and women an
alycsd. Hreel portrait of A. T. C'l' L' r 4 lft
Vaniikhuii.t, Hkn n btt, etc -1 ' ilJVl
The "I'usntlini of the seaaou. Now la the time for
1 1 V X'VK '" ''r"rB lerrltory. Addre for
'll li.i i H uiency circular nnd tornia.
"tiner Hun ruhllshiUK Co. lis Italidolph M., Chlcae
I 11 Uj Fall lug Sickness
POSITIVELY (Tf;EIl.tlie worst rase of the li.iif
est alandlus.'. by lislne DK. 1IK1I1!.H1 ( I'llK
"NO IU.MIIIO." A' HAS CITtKI) THOI
BANDSi. W ILL GIVK I1.UU0 K( Ut A CASK IT
WILL NOT BKNKFIT. A amtlu bottle free t
all addresaltii; .1. K. HUIIU.EK, Chemist, Oltkr
l,:jat llroadway. New York.
Al-il'1 U,W rrfrf It (Vn'sttidal Kip"iHo lot
A" ci'f 1 vsl','r ant ietT)r"r il-'l Itftva 1
atur of it.V..r. giil iifnri 1 T 11 U.t tubaaw
At rmt .l iHo t mark la l
Interior r'l,. rf tin: J-iot.'. Hm
Innlaltsl en Intrrlor r'l rl tin: J'rlton' lutlm
on ovr rlti. Mi i f i dct S-l f.if
fnrt. Ui C. A vACanoa t Co.. Mfn l'awnbufg.
irn(1ton 'Jdrtit ' luveslment of CUlfl
,),'" III W estern t'l.lon. NoveinlH-r .
1'roportloiuil return everj week ou Mwk option of
I'JU. t'il. - tjloo. . i;tlU.
Otn. iul lleport and Circular-, Free. Adilre,
T 1'orrr.u Wn.tiT A Co., Hankers. Wall M., S.Y.
4 liKNTS WANT'LI)
For tfc" best and fntcl
,1. and lllblc. I'rlce re
J "ellinj I'li lu.-iitl llool. and lllblc. I'rlce r-
duccd iU per cent. Addri-nNul i'uh. Co., Chlcaito.
."."A DAY to AirctiL" cat:oiinc lor tin Kwcam
,VlnoH Tt-rtn and outllt free AUdrvoa, t
' O. Vll l
. KK1:V, Auiitisla. Maine.
I .) KAM'Y C AIIDS. with name. Ilk-., plain or i;iii!
I "'.i'Ut tiiilDI, inc. IjJ atylca. Hull it Co ,
llinisou, . 1 .
')( Mixed cafls, SnowDake. Damask. Ac. Netw
)" alike, with name, Pc. J. M inkier St Co ,
Nassnil. N Y.
I MIX KD CAliDS, wllh tiaine. 10 rent. Agent 'a
I " outllt Kiel. L. Joiit J. Co., Nus.su, N. I.
TO ADVEItTILKItS.-Seml for our Select Lint t
t.ocul Newspaper". Ket free on aipllcalioti. Ail
dres. l.KO. 1'. IIOWKLLACO., 10 Spruce St., S. Y .
If you an' stiff, rinzfron
Ini; on a hi d of i kuc.
1 lop Hit let
Ifyou are simply ailing
dispirited, witttnil clear
JIop JlittCCM will
If yon are a minister
acll wllh your po'iorlii!
out wllh care and work.
iiu.r health, or languish
ake cheer, for
will I 'iif; yiii.
f you fed weak abd
y knowlii w hy,
nd have overtaxed Juur
luiies, or a mother woru
Hop iiittt iH win
If veil are a tii'in of lot
alrui'u of your everyiU;
ter. MWug oer you
ties, weakened by tb
lutle; r a man of let
-t ct'iitrt h'ii you.
-iifl. rlt's from any Indl
itsl, as is oft.'U thu crute.
-hop. on the fitrin, at tlw
'hat your systt ni m-edi
ila'.iiij;. without intoxi-
W'lint you X-kI
Hop 1 lit Ut wil!
If you are jumiu. am
cntion.orare crowing f"
1 lop Hiitoi'H will
If you are In the work
tle-k. nut where, anil fee
t U'.iioin'. toulut;or slim
I I' .p Ilittct'H ie
If you tire old. and you i
t,' rt.'-s uti-l'Milt .and yodf
I I ip 1 lit tlM'Si Will
ule I feellle, JOJr
:i v you new lilo
T: . I'.OI'l'Ol'dll ll'HI NI I'AIN lttLltf.
For Sale by n!.l)ruc;e,!t.
HlTl'.U, Ali) SOCUH'Y.
A Sl'lISTniTE V0II l.IFK IXSIU
WIDOWS' A OIU'IIAXS'
Mutual Aid Society
Oreaiilzetl July Itlli, H177, Uailer the Utit
the State of llllanli. I'lipyriuhU-d July
!, 1U77. under Act of Coiinreas.
WILLIAM STItATTON, I'ltKHiucKT,
Mil. P. A. TAYl.fllt. - - VlCE l'llKHIIIWCr l.
.1. A. (iOl.DSTINK. TllsAsTHKH.
Dit J. .1. OOKDON. Mud, Auvtaou.
THOMAS LEWIS, - - Skckktakv.
110AKD OK MANAOEIW:
J ,1 (iOIiDON. l'hvslt'lun .Cairo, 111.
Mr. 1'. A. TA YLOIt. Superiiitendetit of
Helm il". Alexander County......;
Mr, K. C. FOIID. Variety lliackel Slimi,
.1. A. OOl.DSTINK. of (loldsllne Ilo-
scnwulcr. Wholesale and Itetall Dealcra
In Staple und Fancy Dry liom .. ......
N 11 TIIISTLKWOOD. of llliiklo &
Thlitlewnod. Cuiltlitli slot! Mcrc.liiint.
Cotton unit Tohiii'co Fiictor..
S. I). A Y K IIS, of Aycr & l'o. Coinuibi-
sloit Mer hunt
THOMAS I.IiWIS. Insuriincu Munaner
ami Attorney at I-aw. " "
VVM STK ATl'ON. of Strutlon 4 lilrd,
Wholesnln (irmer.. "
(iKO. M. ALDKN. Cotntnisslon Mer-
chitnt. I" Ohio Levee ," "
JAS S. HUAKHKN. Auenl .Ahsslsslppl
Vnllev Ti'iinstiorl.illoit Conipuiiy " "
HAKlltSON HOLl'l', WttUiiinnker and
C V SIT' Alt T, w ioleiili. ami lie
till I Drv Ooods mid NotloiiK.... ' "
i;i)V.l('D A. IH'DUIi. .Mitiiiil'actiirliiK
Jeweler Ulld W hlllesllle Deiller in
Willi huiukei' Tools and Miitcrlulc.... '
I1DWIN It. KtiNKW, i'roprlelor Hi.
Cltnile Hotel "
IIAZION LKHiHTON, Commission Mer-
I)r.''KD W A it'll It." ito'li! V'! ' S." 'Miirshui
Hotllheru Dlslrlet Illinois Sprint-field, IIU
Mrs. S. A. AYKI'S,... Ilia lililiro,
Dr. It. S. Iil( l . HAM. l'hi"li'.liiu..liidlanapoll,
. . j ai iil-i t'e'e I....I f.viniit
l,,.0, .11. .Tilllll I. ......
Aitont ReoKUk, towa
liWlll C. WKI.I.S. Melhodht h
Minister llrand Junction, Trnu
J. lt.UVLLEY Merchant .MuriUaii.Jaie