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FTICIAI. I'Al'EK OK AI.EXANDKR (Ol'N'TY.
M.H. I la troll, Ktlitor.
3o iK-wspurKT man in Illinois seems .to
rejoice mrc hearily over the succeed of Lo--an
than Captain KidJ, of the Springfield
Monitor. He is one of the lew opixnitinn
tiv in the Ktatc wlp openly advocated
n '-f 'lection .
Thk niblwry of u Chicago jewelry store
in IimmI daylight was bold and aucci'ssful.
Tap men rode up in a sltifjb. One tayed
:n hi si;at and held the reins. One went
miiotly to the door, aud fuotened it on
the outside by putting apiece of wood in
the latch, so that nolmdy could come out
f the store. One wimshed the show win
dow with a hatchet, and grubbed two bags
of diamonds worth VWO. All thrcu rode
rapidly away with the plunder, and Imve
not been cuught.
A Dkthoit merulxT of the Michigan leg-i-flj:tnre
recently introduced a bill to pro
hibit the manufacture of spirituous
ad malt liquors. A member who was the
owner of a brewery, immediately trumped
It w!Vu a Mil jiniliiliiting farmers from
raiding hop?, malt, barley, corn or any other
product used in the manufacture of intosi
citing liquors. The bill, though an absurd
ity in itself, caused a profound sen -.at ion
niog the granger members, as it
taught them a leviii a to the poibilitics
'if 'Jie prohibition movement.
A coiuiKsroDK!iT of the Chiea ' i Tii
nine, contemplating the caucus noniina
don of Ocu. IOgan for the United Slates
Senate, makes a liiroct appeal to the
twenty-six llepiiblicans who voted for
Oglcflhy, to unite upon the Deinocratie
denatorial nominee, and, by electing him,
wire Illinois the disgrace of Logan in the
Senate-. This is, of course, nothing more
than the angry vaporings of a disappointed
man. Democrats would not reject profTers
of Republican help to beat Iogiin; but they
have no humiliating concesiions to make
to effect the end. We don't want another
Oiiac of Davis. l!ut, we take it, tliat nil
this talk is breath wasted. This morning's
sua beamed upon a new Senator from Illi
nois, and that Si rmtor is John A. Logan.
Amuko Uie first bills introduced into the
Illinois legislature was ono to prohibit the
further manufacture of intoxicating liquors.
Of course it will soon bu tumbled into ihej
w,sto basket; but the tncmhir introducing
it will have mado for himself an oppor
tunity to bloviate about tho pressing need
of touch h law. As w e remarked soiuetiinu
ago, so we hold now, that public sentiment
ha not Wen educated up to the prohibi
tion pMiit, and all ofi.rts to get a bill for
n prohibitory law through the present gen
eral assembly, or to have such a law ratified
by the people, should it bo enacted, will be
labor lout. A few yeara liencn the tern
pcranee men may win the coveted triumph,
but evety effort made that result! in fail,
urn will only aerve to make that victory
mor? difficult of accomplishment.
Onk of the most .vage personal ren
counters of which we ever It ard, was that
at Man, Illinois, on Haturdny laxt, be
tweeu u hoMler, named r'rank, ainlal'UiH
driver, nnmed Klynn. A sick horse hud
been left ut the livery MaMc where then.'
men worked, tho owner of the horu prom.
IsingtJmf the aulitisl should belong to tho
i' man who cured him. It was about the
ownership of thi:. hone t!i" light occurred.
Klymt us"d a I, avy Imt d whip sud
Pranks ft pitch fork at the coin'iii'in- inent
of tho lihli but uftcrvcrdi the f 1 1 ri'.-j-'
m"fii b'";niie a ''lou.i, and I'.in'di. lljlit."
Tlie llieu l'vll,bt Ulilil ' !oiM;li.n o:ii' ! i
tl ill fo u;'.. 1 ,li'nn liiid one I 1 h! r',n
ball!j )iij ;d 1'i. ia iti ie.v-t v of !u
fiugers bully biltt n, and hi forehead M
open to his skull by a heavy blow from a
loaded whJp. Flynn had been deeply
bayoneted in tbo buck by the prongs of tho
pitch fork, hod his ekull crushwi by a blow
from the handle of the fork, nnd his fuce
scrati hed mid bruised beyond recognition.
A more brutal fight never occurred in IUi
now. Tiik'Ncw York Sun, 'though not the
largest, certainly among the most enter
prising of the Xe w York papers, has in for
mation upon which it relies that the body
of A. T. Stewart has been recovered by tho
payment of fifty thouBnnrt dollars to tho
vuuduls who held it. The payment was
made through a New York law firm, after
a satisfactory identification of the revoking
object, which hud so decayed ns to be rec
ognizable only by means of the clothing in
which he wan buried. The body is now in
charge of Judge Hilton, who will keep it
until the crynt under the Memorial Cathe
dral is put in readiness to receive it. Why
the fact of thu recovery has been kept so
profoundly secret that nothing short of
the clairroyaut sight and blood-hound
scent of a Sun reporter could gaiu a
knowledge of it, is not explained. Possi
bly it wrs to prevent an attempt to rcMcal
Tub "dark ltorsv" that had never fed on
Democratic foilder, that was to mceecd
Ogh sby in the United States Senate, where
is hef The adjective "dark" and substant
ive "horse1 fit I,ogau admirably well, but
up to 18C2, no young man in Southern Illi
nois had masticated more Democratic pro
vender than he had. The truth is, and our
twilight contemporary might ns well conless
it that the 'Summer S.ilstiee" so obscurat
ed his senatorial vision that he was blind
as a bat to sigus that were palpable to all
his neighbors. Now that the caucus is
over (and the election too, but with what
result we have not learned) it is difficult to
find anybody that didn't know, all the
time, that Oglesby's case was hopeless, and
Logan was as good as-elected t h next day
after the November election.
P. S. Since placing the above in type
we have Wen informed, by private telegram
of Logan's election.
Aoain the Radical party is in internal
pain. The question of coiilirtuiiig the New
York custom house nominations, made by
Mr. Haves to displace friends of Mr.
Conk Isnir, is once more before the senate.
Mr. Hayes does an unprecedented and un
dignified thing in a.-nding to the senate an
attack upon the disphrcd friends of tlie New
York senator, and Mr. Conkling calls .Mr.
Hayes "Mr. Hayes." He dues not speak of
him us "the president." And when Mr.
Thurman jokingly defending Mr. Hayes,
says he docs so because Mr. Have is an
Ohio man, und he would defend any gentle
man from Oliio, Mr. Conkling asks Mr.
Thurman to remember that he, Conkling,
hail not alluded to any oknti.i.mav from
Ohio.butto Mr.Hayes.lt will n ad like a page
out of Dickens but it is a serious enough
aifair to s -veral Radical senators, and to
Secretary Sherman, who was direcr-l by
Mr. Hayes to send the offensive communi
cation to the senate. Thtse men have am
bition, and. this quarrel u a serious aifair
. .i fi . . i . .
hi mum. i lie contest over 1 lie custom
house nominations will no doubt be bitter
TilF. fait that tho United States s-n.itc is
doing nothing, 'would, of iticlf, form con
elusive proof that it still remains under Re
publican control. The only bill passed
since recess, Uthu one known ;s the arrears
pension bill, the principal feature of which
have been coiniiiiinicati d to ns hy the Jin..
1.I.TINH special correspondent. They hio
"That all pensions which have been
gnntisl under the general law regulating
pension", or may hereafter bo granted in
consequence of death from a cause which
originated in the United Slates service dur
ing the continuance of the Into war ol the
rt In llion, or in consequence of wounds, in
juries or disease raceived or contracted in
said service during Haid war of tho rebel
lion, ahull commence from the date of death
or discharge from said service of the per
son on whose account the claim has been or
shall hereafter be granted, or from the
termination of the right of the party having
prior title to such pension."
The other w rtions aineud existing pen-
slou laws o that claliin now njec'ed Im.
cause uueoinplebal for live year may here
after he completed, and prohibit the taking
off of fees by agents or attorneys for Kcc.ur
ing the arrears provided for in section onn.
lr is now v.-ry d.;unite!) known (hat Sec
rvluiy John hhennun luu his ryu very
hiixioiisly I'immI mi the prnsiilenry; und
thofin lio i laim 1 1 4.14 1, he will bnn lending
bspinint Tor the p-e.itiiin, ar jp iiher lew
in r without inr!ii"ii.ie. It is averted by
his friends that, il'' r -sumption proven u
eoniplele htioceh., :iml liiiiii tu the country
j the liu.iiieial 1- li I' .i anxiously hoped
l'r, llnl f.irt the b g il, . tuflir-r nf the
! M'e llie) und tii - 1 tl i lli.-l .lie! that lio other
I'-iu kloiigloj o l!i: I'.publka i party
"enn carry Ohio, which is regarded the pivo
till State, will give him a claim upon tin
nomination that the Republican party on
not ignore' with any hope of success. ; Mi.
Sherman is, too, a very shrewd, cunning anl
unscrupulous politician, in every way ih
serving of his appellation of tho ''sly fox"
of the Treasury. Ou a salary of $J,00Qa
year, he will ut the end of his four yeab'
crviccjcave the Treasury a millionair,
and that too without committing such a
robbery as will render him amenablo to tic
lawv His arrangement with the First Na
tional bank of New York, is u palpaMe
piece of rascality, yet there is no hw that
denounces it as Hindi. His incom liom
that source alone, will not Iks less thm $75,
000 n month, ns long as the bunk cmtrols,
as now, the sales of the 1 per cens, and
haa the free use of from '!0,0Oi.0(Mi to
$43,000,000 of the government money.
Hence, it is hazarding but little to y, that
before the National Republican conven
tion meets John Sherman cau put me mil
lion of dollars "where it will do tip mivt
good," and have another million left with
which to run the campaign. Tne man
possessing Sherman's advaniiges to ft art
with, can do this, will be a foriuidalil
candidate, let his opimncnt be whom lit
A COMMUNISTIC SPKCTMEN.
Ol'ull impracticable the world ovrr, the
Communists of the dsy are the mo.-t osi
five and unreasonable. Mr. Krhardt, from
Chicago, introduced into the Legislature,
the other day, a bill prohibiting the pin
ployment of children under fourteen yrars
of age in manufactories his object bc'ng,
to provide more work for the men. This
man Krhardt never 4opprd to think tat
there are thousands and tens of thous.ud
of widows in the land who are wholy
dependent for their own bread and that if
their infant children, upon the labor f
their boys and girls under fourteen, lie
did not slop to think that, robbed of stub
help, those tens of thousands of widows
with their infant children would suffer rf
hunger and exposure, or lc thrown upon
public charity. He did not stop to thiik
that there Hre thousands of factories tint
give employment to tens of thousands if
adult lalsircrs that, could not run at all
unless permitted to employ the cheapei
lalnir furnished by girls and laws; and
that, us a consequence of the enforcement
of his policy, he would add tens of thou
sands of idle men to the great army al
ready idle; and by ribbing their childtn
of employment, take th bread from the
mouths of the aforesaid tens of thou.-ands
of widows and orphans. A more heartl's.
dialjolic.il measure it is difficult to con
ceive, "oid if our H-nators and Repren
tatives show a decent respect for the sen
timents of the people. .Mr. Krhardt's single
vote will be the only one that wilt be re
corded in favor of his most obnoxious H!id
do North. South, Ka.-t or West, and m m
will rind coughs and colds at this sea-on
of the year. A remedy which never fails to
give satisfaction is. Dr. Hull a Cough Syrup.
Trice 2.1 cents.
You Can nr. Haity.- -If you will stop
all your extravagant and wrong notions in
divtoring yourself and families with ex
pensive doctors or humbug eure-nlK that
do harm always, and u.e only natures sim
ple remedies for all your ailments you will
be wi.-e, well and happy, and save great ex
pense. The greatest remedy for this, the
great, wise and good will tell you, is Hop
Hitters lielieve it. See "Proverbs" in
To nil who are sulk-ring from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
will bend a recipe that will cure you, FltKK
OF CHAINJK. This great remedy was
discovered by u miisionary in America.
Send a liiilf-mldr.-ssed cnveloja- to the Kev.
Johbimi T. I.nmax, Station I). Uible House,
New York City.
You Must Cckr that Cot r.n. With
Shiloh'H Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Hronchitis, iVhooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is ahso
lutely without an eipial, Twodost-a will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleacant to
take and perfectly nannies- to the youngest
child, and no mother fan eiTord to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of a hottln
and if what we say is not true we will re
fund the price paid. I'l ico 10 cts. ."iOct-s.
Mid fl.OO per laittle. If your Lungs are
'-ore. or chest or back bime use Shiloli'a Por
ous Fluster. Sold by P.arclay Jh'otlurs,
Hwk you I)ypepsia, are you Conotipn
ted, huveyoii a Yellow akin, Los of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to u Shi
lull's System Viliilizer. It gnaninlieil to
relieve you, und wilt you coin hunt io Miffer
when you can be cured on auch terms na
these, l't'iee U) ceptH, and 75 cetita. Mn,l by
Uari'liiy Urol hers.
Wn.i.'rt Persian TV rfiiin-' "Niiekm. tnck"
is rich and I'mgri-i' try it; Kid I by P,n:t!ny
t'Ht.w Jat.ls.'a's bc:,l ejAci.t .Nuvy To-but:.'.).
From a Distinguished Miyslchin.' r
'0 single dlneuso ton cntaiM more imrt.'rluu' or
i' liateiii il tbi' brenkii supot theconsliiiiiiuu (bun
t'ttttirrli. Tliu Hi'uu nf unell. of vanlc, of Hllit, of
benriliK. tliu buneiu voice, tint mltul, one or morn
sml homitliSfniU) v.liM tu lot di'slrm-tlv.) inllui'nee.
Thi' poli-ou It (tl-inbutc thniUfrtiflut Ih syHU-m t
tiirku ! very IU1 force atnl hreakii up III" inont ro
bus' of conKtllutians. hjuoreil tx-cioisu but liltlfl
unil'Tstooil by phyHirlttiiH, iinpotently a.'usilisl by
quacks and rharlntanit, llioheiiiitli'rlni! from it he
but llttlii hiip lo be n-llevvd rf It thin nldu of tbe
prsvfl. It In lime, then, that the popular treatment
nf ihliiterrllili! dlrer bv runwiie.ivJiltiio thirtclf
of nil paowd lnln hand at once , ctmrriotkjrA tiib,,,
trustworthy. The new and hitherto untried method
idnpted hy Ir. Hanfont la thn preparation of his
IUpicm. t't'ltl! hua won my hear! v approval. I In
Hi ve It likely to fiiccwd when all the tixunl reme
dies fall. bwui it mrlkea at thu root of the iIIhpu"
ii.Jbi' aclitllli'it blonil, whllr it heal the ulcerated,
int'tnlirane bv dln-cl application to thu nasal passa
lis action Ik bfuo u on certain Bxed rules, and
unl" the IWI fnreea are too far e.xhaustuU,'.,mut
in the creat nialorily of c vHtst i-ffiTt a nirV.i
' . uku.hkAkQ.-m. It. j
Nubirott JtlhTk, So. Karmlnjiton, Oct. , 1-STI
SANF(HiDVS RADICAL CUJIK
M AYsafi ly rlalai to be one of the few popular
reui-'ili s rwi iviua the approval of niedlnil tian
ltrui-u. who. ill private, not only freely rwommuwl
Il but uie it In liu-lr fsmllu lu iirefereuce to any ol
thiM'O puratloiiit tisiially prewrlbed by ohvslciaus.
you aroawure," e-ild a dimlnuish' d city phyl
slan, "that my oblUatlon to the Maris Medical
S.M-li tv ns u,ii ihat I cannot publirly re.niniiienit
or pri-ii rOie the Kaiileal tare: nut t-iiice I received
so much n !ii f from the ue of U ruyu'lf, after a
thorough tri-il of the U-ejal remidiei', 1 have pn
vatelv ai'.vi-eil It iim , anil preiinie I have wm to
In Miur sinn-no i ss !hsn no - hundred of my p i-li.-uls
I XI YF.lt SAL sTtIsFACTION.-
' KNTI.KMKX : We have aoM Sanwiio's Kadi
cal I'iKK for nearly one year, andean nay candid
ly thai e never -old a similar preoaratien thkt (j"1'
uch universal sallsfaetluti. We liu v- lo learo the
fl.m rumpUInt yet.
We are uol In the li tbl'. of recommending patesr
nedicinc-, but nnr jireparatl n nieeta the want of
IboUFar.J'. and 'we think thwe aSlicli-il s!:nn!d be
ennviueed of If- LTeat merit m that h-ir anterlni;
1!1 be n lievi d V e have bi .-n in the dru; html
ncm fur the p act twelve years .ontaiitly. and eold
everything for Catarrh, leit your lead all the re-l.
II ou ee proper yuu cnu Ure thia letter or any part
of li that ou wii-li.
ery truly oar. S. l HM DW IN k ( ft.
Whule:le and Ketiii! ftealers in I)ni, Jtivk and
ittaliunerr, V u-hinirton, Ind.. Keh. ' tSi.
lVK"packie con'.iin Dr. Saiiford's luiprovsrt
Iuhalin- Tube, and lill dlrfrtion for-'itf
Uie !n all cae. Price One Dollar. Ver
rale by all wliolri-ale anil retail dme'H and
dealer I hrouffhout the t'nlied sUt-' and Canada
WKKKS A I'uTTKI!. l.-nenl A;.-iit and WVile
sale liri'.''i-t". H ilton. y(i.
Aa Kleevro-Ciilvanle Batterv eombine.t with
higlilv Mi'ilieateil Mreni'thenine Plaster, torm
Ine the bN,t Pl.toter lor pains anil aeha la the
World of Medicine.
A- a -ranil rnrativr and retorativ a ji-ut ia not
equaled by any element or niellcine in the hislnrv
of the healiuart. I nle-x the vital spark ha Ite-i
the body. reluniti'i by mean of eleelrieily il poa
aible. It i the last recort of all physkiau and ar
geons, and has rernei thouand-, apparvtitlvdeud.
from a u uniia.i ly crave, htn no other hntnau
aiV ury ronld have eucreeded This I the leucine
CuralOe eleii iiit in thi I'l.islcr.
HALS AM am. PINK. ,
The lirallnz propertb ofonrou frsKrsnl hal
n:n :tiid pine i.nil the !;um of tin- Kat are too weil
known to require il--eriptlon, Tln lr rii'.efnl heal
in:, coolhiui; an, I trerjt:ienmi: propertie an
kuo ti to thoUMnrt W hull romidm 4 in e-renit
unee with late and important di-covrrlen in phsr
niacv, their h' siiti t ind tn fn.'thenin proline
ar (nrreaed ten fold. In 'hi repi-et our i'U-ti r
irthe ihst lii cm: without the aid of eb'ttrlt -ty.
TWO IN ONE.
Thn-" rombinei! v..- havetwo rm'l medical aient
in one. i-seli of khirh f-rf nn i'. t'iti:tion moi
univi illy produe--- more ure -than ntiy Mie tnem.
lotion. ali. or l'l-itr "o r b-.lu'e rompoiindeil in
tie- ht-tory of ;u:-li :in -. Tr on . I'iuck -.r f.st..
Sold by all W-!io!-i!e an l Il.t.iil Tm ;- -tbroitu'lioiil
tin I'liite.t sisli- and Canada, and
bv VF.KK.S A I'Li'iTKI!. I'roorlelor-i, I'.,.-ton .Vu-
JOTIC1-: F SALK.
In pursuance of an order nf de AiVjundi r eirruli
court. rendered at tlv .lanuary term therHif. Ir'.
Ill the rie of Ujlii-l .. illui v vs. .Nellie milii v.
r.itiothv tiallnev, Wi'lltnii lln'Ciny nuil.M irrt.irl
nvy. petition for partition, twill elf. r for cal.-on
Saturday, Kfbruat v istli. lnTS). fit II oVioi iv u. hi ,;a
the front door of tie- " ur' iji.tise l;i C:iin.i. lilinol,
the liHtuwiie-lot of l'-:iiiiI. to-wlt: l.ot 1. ir,
blie k No. ts, In tri'.- l)rt addition to tb j eitv of
Trim --One hatf r.vh, balance paynbh1 in iin
j f ir. with 10 per cent Interest per atnnm, ureil
by pi ron:il ae:urit und trtit di 'd.
liUIN A. 1SK15VK.
S;es;ial Ma.!er iu Cham -!ry.
Isuinry 17. ltTt.
yNSUILVNCE AtlKNX'Y OF
Wklls & Kkiitii,
Royal Camuliaii -cffi'JlsasiAld.
British America AK,
li;j1v:ilAII1re and MuHua (Millville, N. J.)
"""" I ASHem, f l,IJ.'.t7 .01.
If,, Jn I (Of 1'hlla.t'lphia; Mtahllahad in HV.)
(Of Dayton, O ),
(Of Kisxiporl. til.)
KISKS WUITTKN AT FAIU WATKH.
Ollliw? in Ab)c;iriil..f CToutity Hunt
n,M:l'KNTKlt AMI tuivntAcrou.. '
joilv a. roon,
CaKPKNTKI: AND Co.NTltACTOU
snt'i' on Tv.ryni htmkrt,
(between W.mlilnijioa aad Walnut.)
Kslimatt's on liuiltliiign, on lo-incs by Hi t4
or nl.lii'vwne. iniulo on sli' i t ru: if i.
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2 iS g 2s IN b 2 H
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LEXANDKlt COUNTY HANK.
Coirimeffiil Avi'UUft and Fiighfu Street,
f . HIU)SS, Preaiilent.
I'. NKKJ Vice I'r -aiiont , :
H.WKM.8, Caahlr. '. ''
T. J. KEItTH, AaalaUJlt C'hl
V. Hroea, Cairo; ' Willi
Vtj;r &'if, VJ'p : - yvtlli
William lvl.io,Cai(j;, , . .
Wllllaai Wolf, f alroi
llllltnslev, St. Unit;
r.. iiuii'-r, i.aini;
t lemaon, Calidonia.
At 3 F. y H K A L H A S !i I N ( l n K .s I S 3 S S 1 )U S K . K x
change aold mid bomht. Intensst paid in the
having lJepartment. i :ltr.;tion t tniJo and ull
buaiueas promptly Htf-mled u.
rpiIK CITY NATIONAL HANK,
' : i Hi nrm:
W. p. HLI.!!AY. t'riMidi'ut.
Il !.. IIAI.l.lt' A V, Viee I'r-sld-ro.
WALTKH UYsl.op, l nhi-r.
. T. Ts TWl.Olt, U.I' :il.l.lll.T.
IIXMIir t. ll.M I.HM-; , K.u ci; MKi.ll
m. t iai.iia-..is, TKrjr, ii:no.
II 'i ANOHS
Kcbjn, Coin aii'l United States lioiut.-
l!Ori.;iT ANI rk'..l
;!! au I a "nera: tijnV.n; i.ti-li'.-
JNTEIU'IHSK SAVING HANK.
OK'-'ICK IN CITY NVTIONAL HANK,
MTKKKS1T pai I oi d-'0Mi4 M ired ttl Hid Sp,
U rur-r ll. Intr-nMi not withilr' a i arid'-d lm.
m-diaviy th- priit. iii or tli.i d.-jHwlu, thereby
iftnac io'" coni;i'wn.i nn.-rsc,.
t1f( biMren ami mrHil women may rtes.t
neiQi-r n-l an on els ema ilrsv it.
WALTER HYSI.op, Tmkam hkh.
HOOT A 0 silOK MK.K.
1UMJT AM) SIIOK MAKKU:
( ifn-n-"i-ii! Avil ie. Ivt-
M t'b ml h'lrenth '.. (
1 ! lie reihii'- urn-rail' thil tin bl ri-eeln-d the i
'.nest an 1 moat set - t 'ih 'a of lOtlln rs of i n-fi ,
i.-- riplloti i'Tur broiiilit ti.i.i cltv. All work It' ;
In '.tut- eeut'd prnin jo 1 and In '.lie Si.l lit inie r. j
Km ir itUfaelloii iv-n I'l ery iijtn;i'e. I'mi -
to - Jit tie time, ,
HITt IIKPv. !
JACOH WALT'.-.':. j
- AND -
'Dealer in Krewh Meat.
lletwn WnMhinzton ami ( 'iri
mrriiril Av., ;v I joi niti 1 Inn uy m.
KKKi'rt f..r lthlrtHei-f, Turk. Mutton. Veal.
I.amb, H i is'iii, i-r., od la pn pared UimTir
fumiiU in an aiei jitablh tuantier.
IHINTM, 01 W. W ALL PAI'KK. W.
Faints, Oils, Varnishes, Iirushos
Window GlrtJsH, Window Shades, Etc.
Aiwa;,' on boii tho celchraJ! it.u aiNATiNii
BrWpiil)'lini.', Cum-1 Tiiirn III
.... inereiitl.Av!... (. , '.'ttlI."'.4!l
Tho Cairo liox and IJakct Co.
IJUILDINtl MAT Kill AL
- M IV-
I'Tooriti;. .Sitiiti. I .jith. Kio
AiVid iry trtivtut ralot.
Il ivimr H-vy Auvk ;f l.vgs oa Hand.
Wi are eft'ivrej to
rAW OUT si A L OltDi:
0 i tl ' .,!, ir'.vi-.r iitiro.
V W lal'.-n-ite.r.it '.'I-lllll'l IIHXMA hill AI.K
t:,'iiiW.!r.C.iii.lf luunt, 'J. WH', IKnUlum
iHicorativc Papor Hanger
P A I HTEI1!
.. . A tfl'EOI.VLTV M.VDK OK
(,Hazin iuul KalHominin.
Leave Order at lla-cla'a or i'arker' Book Hlor.
Wiitchiiiaker & Jeweler
NO. iD'-'KICHTir STREET,
lewu (.'oiumri-ial rod I f',iiM 111
Wahlum avi:., ( I dirt), 111.
FIXK WATCH H'OIJK A SPECIALTY.
It-Kiif Wn; and ail louda of rep.iirloe O'aC
4 W All kiu.U of isolid .Iue4rr rat-ld Ui order.
DP.A. Ills IM
KI.OUK, GSAIX AXD HAY
Egyptian Flou ri ng Mi I Ls
Hidiwt CmIi Prk-e Paid for Whet.
W"r RiA1-K A" MI'OHJ
t M. Min kne'Ji. KhdolluBro
Stockflktii it J)i:os,s,
H-j..-s.)f. to P. M. St.Kaa'b,
I:mikii torn rui'l VJifls.il il.-:i,-ix i i
Foreign and IkiniPjitif
IJI'ORS AN I) WINKS,
!v 11 I'in.l, CaUb. ailfortii and On
'jii, nVrr. Msiira Wtnr, and Cbmi
j No. r,2 Ohio Lveo. Cairo, III.
W.il -a; m i luil I" ai.-ts In
KnnMinand Domestic Liquor
W'iiies of all Kiiulirt,
NO. 60 OHIO LEVEE.
M.sTM. SMYTH A CO. have. ronMaMly r--r
t irk of inn t;t u'oorts In the markut and i;
c-p.. i utteiitioii to the wholeanle branch rf Uie
PROPRIETOR OK SritOATS PATENT
Wholenalo Dealer in lo.
ICE P.Y THE CAR LOAD ORTOX, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPINO.
Our JjoaclH a Specialty
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
D. I. C.
I an al)oliitn aud lrreilatlc rnr for
enna, Intemperance nnt the hho of Opium, To
oarco, Nari'Otlea and Ntlmiilant, n-mo Inj a!
UiaUi, deslrn and balilt of usltis auy or them
reuderinijthe tat(t or ile-Ire for them perfei l'
odlotia and illuiitnit. , tilvlneveryoiie t.etie.
amt Irrleslsliilili'eenlf'l 'f lheubrlel) of lliem
..iiui.a mwt Iholr frleliil.
It iirevenl tliat tili-olute jihysli I' ill and moral
' .. .. r.ll..... .1... U...I.I.... I.M.... I. It... ...V
prOSlnillO.I UlUl Mill'"" I"1 U'.' u imni""H v..
Iem milnl- Hiiiiiiiluinaoriiurroltw.
i'liekHK't. rreimlil. to eure 1 to II peftou. f'.'
or til. your DrliitcUl". Jl.iV Teniperariee am
eliar'tiiMe iioeieiii-s sliould ue It.
It Is hairnlea and uever iVillnfr.
not' inrrK.ns .mh:. to., Knit. Aeoir,
The IlopT'ouh Cure
liitsiniv nil pnlii, loo "ii the 1'iiiit!1,!, iiilitle
l;eie' unit li.-ml' ' ' re-l. H IH'V 'T lliil In l-r
roi-aili;', II (i.-r'C 't eilPt liere lliere I a hli.ul.i"
l'n II onre nn I yon will il;n! It no,
).(). HAM'. HY ALL DIlditU'Ttl.