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TVIXFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
. WILLIAM II. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSONS.
For Secret any of State,
JOHN n. OBERLY,
of Alexander County.
' For Auditor.
LOUIS C. BTARKEL,
of St. Clair County.
. of Winnebago County.
For Congress, lbth district,
of Randolph County.
For Senator of the 50th district,
WM. A. LEMMA,
of Jackson county.
D. T. LISEGAR,
of Alexander county.
. of Union county.
"Tm right of Trial by Jury, the Habeas Corpus,
Ibe Liberty of the Press, the Freedom of Speech,
the National Rights of Persons and the Rights of
Property must be preserved.-Extruct from Gen.
Hancock's letter upon taking charge of the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my
self as a candidate at tho ensuing November
election, for the office of County Attorn.? for the
eonutv of Alexander. Illinois. ANGLO Ltm-
niUCUIT CLERK. -We are authorized to an-
Bounce that ALEX. II. 1KVIS will be a candl
lata at the ensuing November election for the
orBce of circuit clerk in Alexander county.
FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce
that Mr. JOHN UOHGE8 will be a candidate
for re-election to the oflice of Sheriff, of Alexandre
coanty. at the next November election, subject
only to the vote of the people at the polls.
"C'ORCORONF.K We are authorized to announce
a mat Kicnara r uziivram in cauuiuuw lorrv
election the ollke of Alexander county.
General W. T. Sherman.
'Writo down the very best things you can think
or savor Gen. iihucock as auomceranu a gentle'
niau and I will sign it."
General U. B. Grant.
.I t.iv.1 nniMfiif .a MftV Btrflin.t (ion Tf ntirnrk. T
bave known him for forty years. His personal, of.
Aualsnd unlitarv record is good."
James A. Garpield.
'The man who attitmms to get una political ex
eiti-ment in this country on the old sectional isse e
wiH Dud himself without a party aud without sup
H.on. Robert Bell.
Onntlemi-n: The trincipU of the Democratic
party are as far above the principles of the Repub
lican party asthehattlrmetita of high heaven are
above ins muasiiis oi neil.
Colokkl John Hay.
"The Republican hauds in this campaign that at
Irmpl to delllo the private character of Gen Han
r.ark would olilv defile themselves, lie was a sol'
(tier, patriot and a man of uti.ullied character, and
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY
Hon. Caw. Hiitl'iut.
"I shall certainly not attempt to uwdlcate the
soi l", f he ha. Wu signal bravery and skill in
handling troops under dihTcult circumstances, and
his nam" is identitled with some of the most splen
did achievements of the war. For all this eviry
good citizen will honor bitn."
Gen. Winheld Scott Hakcock.
"A full vote ; a free ballot ; and a fair cottut"
"Public otllce is a trust, not a bounty bestowed
upon the holder, No incompetent or dishonest per
son should ever be entrunled with it."
'II called to the Presidency I should deem it my
duty to resist with all my power anv attempt to li
pair or evade tho full force and effect ol ho co
stitution, which in every article, section and amino,
ment. is the supreme law of the land.'
of trial oy inrv, mu v:-1 .u.'.
tho liberty of the press
the 'freedom of speech, the
tnciinenvoi uie prw, u v," . ,.,,.
natural richts of nersous, aud the rights ol property
must be preserved,
HON. 11. W. TOWSSESDWU.L SrlAK AT
Golconda, Friday October 5.
New Bnrnslde. Wednesday October 0.
Stone Fort. Thursday October 7.
Cairo, Wednesday October 13.
HON. SASIfKl S MARSHALL WILL SPEAK AT
Golconda, Saturday October.
Metropolis, Monday October 11.
Cairo, Wednesday October W.
Inrvh"sboro, Thursday October U.
Marioii, Saturday October 10.
GEN. WILLIAM B. ANDERSON WILL 8PEAK AT
Golcondn. Saturday October 9
Metiopoils. .Monday October II.
Vienna. Friday October 13.
Cairo. Wednesday October 13.
Murphvshoro, Thursday October 1 1.
Marion, Saturday October lti.
nos. r. Tt. TOl'SUBLOOD will srEAK AT
Vienna. Tuesday October 12.
Cairo.-Wednesday October 13,
Ann,Thnrsday October 14.
DuUuoln, Frwlny October 15.
piuneyUle, Saturday October 18.
HQS. JOHN O. OBEBLT WILL SFEAK AT
Shawneetown, Saturday October 10,
Golcoada. Monday October 18.
Metropolis, Tuesday October 19.
Jonesiwro. Thursday October 21 .
Sparta, Friday Octobers.
Marion. Thursday October 28.
Murphvsboro, Friday October 29.
Duliuo'ln, Saturday October 30.
Cairo. Monday November 1.
By order of Congressional Committee,
R. FltEOANZA, WM. 11. GREEN,
The newspapers ol the District are requested to
copy the above.
DEMOCRATIC PRECINCT MEETINGS.
Hon W W Barr will speak at Alto, Friday, Octo
ber 1 , at 7 p m ; Anna, Saturday, Oct 2, at 7 p m.
Hon F E Albright will speak at Bell's Mill. Mon
day, Oct 4, at 7 p m; Preston's School House,
Tuesday. Oct fi, at 7 P m; Willlard s Landing.
Wednesday, Oct fi, at 7 p m; Reynold s School
House, Thursday, Oct 7, at 7 pm; Dongola, Satur
day, Oct , at 11 a m,
Hon Jcsso Ware will speak at Mill Creek, Thurs
day, Sept 30, at 7 p m; Gregory School House,
Friday. Octl, at7p m; Karraker School House.
Saturday, OctS, at 7 p m; Metsenheiracr bchool
Monday, Oct 4, at7p m.
Hon D T IJnegar will speak at Mt Pleasant,
Monday, Oct 4, at 1 p in; Saratoga, Monday. Oct
4, at 7 p m ; Klniore School House, Tuesday, Oct 5.
at 7 p m; Dongola, Saturday, Oct 1), at 1 p in.
Hon George W Hill will speak at Lick Creek,
Friday, Oct 1, at 7 p m; Moscow, Saturday, Oct a,
at 7 p m; Meisenheimer School Houeo, Monday,
Oct 4, at 7 p m,
Rasket picnic at Mt Pleasant; Barbecuo at Don
gola. WILLIAMSON COTNTY.
Hon Wm Hartzell will speak at Rlalrsvlllo, Sat
urday. Oct 2, at 1 Dm; Curiemvillc, Saturday, uct
t, ... , . .Ti,M'..punnvilli. AtllllflllV C k't 4. at 1 tl m :
Marlon, Monday, t let 4, at J pm; 1'ulley's Mill,
Uesuay, Oct 0, at 1 p III; rumim.) r oiumu iiuuru,
ui-eduy. Oct 6, at 7p m; Stone Fort, Thursday,
Oct 7, at 1 pm.
Hon R W TownHliend will speak at btono ion
also on tho 7th,
Hon Wm J Allen will speak at Lake Crock, V cd-
nesday, Oct , at 1pm; lloswull s nprtugs il.rassy
Pruciuctj iliursuay, ucv i, in p m.
Hon F K Albright will speak nt Kvansvlllo
Monday, Sept 27, til 1 p
ml p m; Ruma, Monday, hepi
'I? til ? n 111
lialdwln, Tuesday, Sept 28, at r p m;
Shiloh. Wednesday. Sept S!l, at i p m; Chester,
Thursday, Sept 20, 1 pm,
Hou W .1 Allen will speak nt Shiloh, eiincB-
day, Sept -."J, at 1pm; Chester, Thursday, bept 3U,
Hon Wm Hartzell will will be present at an mo
above meetings except haekaskia nua tnester.
Iiy order of Congressional Oommittoe.
W 11 GHtEN, ChiUrmnn.
R. Friga.nza, Secretary.
Hon Wm K Murphy will speak at Metropolls,
Saturday, Sep 25, at 7 pm; New V nmbia, Jliurs-
mmv. s.ti i. i i li m : iieiuuo ntienn uuuru,
dav, OctS, at 1 p in; llrooklyn, Tuesday Oct S, at i
. . Aiu,n'. 4,-hruil Ilriusc. Wedtiesdav. Oct ti. at 1
P m; Oak Grove School Hombo, Wednesday, Oct 6,
at 7 p ni.
II, ,n IV V ltnrr. will Sneak at Sirltlgtown, I lies
dav, Oct 5, at 1 p ml Metropolis, Tuesday, wci a, ai
Tr.'m. ,l-:-. Hrhnnl House. WcdncsdHV, Oct rt, at
1 pm; Oak Grove School House, Wednesday, Oct 6,
al(!ePn'wm n Anderson and Hon Samuel S Marshall
will speak at Metropolis, .Monday, Uct u, lit l p m,
1I,m W A Snnnn will stieak at Golconda. Sntur
day, Sep 4.1, at 1 p m ; Edtlyvllle, Satur duy, Oct 2, at
lY! Wm K Miirnhv will sneak nt Hose Hud. Frl
day, Octl, at 1 p m: Eddy vllle. Saturday Oct 2, at 1
p m; New Liberty, Monday, Oct 4, l p m.
Hons Samuel S Man-bull and Wm Hartzell will
speaK at Golconda, Saturday, Oct , in l p m.
Hr,n f!sn W Hill and W A Snann will sneak at
Belknap. Saturday, Sep i, at 7 pm; Mt I'isgnh,
Monduv. Heu 2. ai 7 p m; Kellner School House,
Tuesday. Sep 2s, 7 p m ; Tunnel Hill, Wednesday,
Oct as, at7nm. ,, , ,
Hun Wm J Allen will SpeaK ai liorevine, .uonoay,
Oct 4, at 1 pm;New lirunside, Monday, Oct 4, at 7
P Hon Wm Hartzell will speak at Grange Store,
(Elvira Townnbln I. Wednesday, Oct at 1 p m;
New Hurnsido. ednesdav Oct . at 7 p m ; unints
t.nr.rl, Krliliiv.Oct H. at 1 i)Ill.
Hons F H Voungblood and S P Whcilcr will
speak at Vienna, Tuesday, Oct 12, at 1 p in.
Hon Wm llaitzell will speak at Tamaron,
dav, Sspt 2
Hon Jus M Gregg will speak at While Church
(l'urndi.e I'recllict.i Monday Oct 4; Old ItiiOjioln
Tuesday. Oct 5; Hound Prairie School House, Wee
nesrtHv. Oct li: littimwlck. Thursday. (M7: Cutler
Friday. Oct ; Denmark. Saittrduv Oct U; lialrd
School lluuse, Suturduy, Oct V, 7 p m,
Hon S P Wheeler will speak st Villa Ridge,
Natnrdar.Octtl. at 7 ti m: Mouiiill Cltv. Monday.
Oct 4 at 7 p m ; New Grand Chain, Friday, Oct In,
U:w p in: wetniig, naturuay, Uct HI, T p m.
Hou W A Hnaiiii will sneak at Mound Cltv Tuc
day. Oct !i, all pm: Pulnsld, Wedneaduy, Oct 0,
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a. I III , v 111 II, 1 IliilPua;, V.I.I l, JJ III,
Hon M C Crawford will speak st Olmsteiul. Sat
urday, Oct u. at I f in; New Uruud Chain, Satur
day, Oct Hat 0:41 pm.
rlmmctero teu. IliHicwa. auu '.r,' . r
which be has rendered to the country. He is a
gentleman of irreproachable c haracter, whirh I shall
initt TTIHRI 1(1 UtBLIDIIUi "
CONDEMNED BY THEIR OWN WIT-
In tho "greatest ellurt of his life," at tho
Academy of Sltisic, Now York, Friday
nitfht, Roscoo Coiikliug said:
Tho ?enern! issue confrontinc ua is m it
self, and in its bcariDRS, sectional. I would,
and you would it were not so, dui u is bo.
If in ono portion of the country one party
outnumbers tho other, even by overwhelm
ing odds, tho fuct need not bo blamablo
nor proof of sectional aggression; but if,
in any section, any party gains and keeps
control, not by numbers, not by honesty
and law, and then, stifling freo discussion
and action, attempt to gr.i9p tho Govern
ment of the whole, country, tho proceeding
is sectional, guilty and monstrous.
And in face of this statement, Mr. Conk-
ling had never n word to utter against the
action of his party that stolo tho prcsi-
.lency in 1370. Ilia party has gained and
kept control of the government, "not by
numbers, not by honesty and law," but by
fraud, perjury and bribery. Ilenco the
"proceeding is sectional, guilty and mon
strous." MR. CONKLING'S STATISTICIAN.
SOME MERE MILLIONS THAT HE LEFT OUT OF
HIS ARITHMETICAL nAVISGS OS
Xew York World.
"I have been astonished," said Mr. W.
II. Osborne, President of the Chicago, St.
Louis & New Orleans Railroad, yesterday,
'bv the statements in Mr. Conkling sspecch
as to the superiority of the interests of tho
great lines of railroad at the .Norm over tuo
water communications of the South. Ho
presented a formidable array of figures,
which had evidently been prepared for him
by some one they were not the Senator's
production and the whole speech had evi
dently been prepared lor a campaign docu
ment; but whoever got up its statistics evi
dently misunderstood, either willfully or
through ignorance, the real position oi tuo
carrying trade of the South at the present
time and its chances from former times.
The deepening of tho channel at tho mouth
oi me Mississippi nas uiiwu uu imiui-usu in
crease in the volume of business
at New Orleans. Senator Conkling
was entirely ignorant, or choose
to appear so, of the establishment
and growth of what may be called the 'barge
system" of the Mississippi river at the pres
ent time: that tows ol nve barges eacn are
constantly leaving St. Louis and intermedi
ate ports for New Orleans, Each of these
barges carries 25,000 bushels of grain, and
the fneght trom St. Louis to the seaboard
is but 5 cents a bushol. Let Senator Conk
ling ask his statistical assistant if any of
the six trunk lines of railroad will carry a
bushel of grain from St. Louis to the sea
board as low as that. To give you some
idea of the volume of this business," con
tinued Mr. Osborne, consulting a memo
randum, "let me tell you the amount of the
shipments of grain from New Orleans dur
ing the month of August. Here are the
figures: To Liverpool, aua,uau ousneis oi
wheat and 31,013 bushels of corn; to Rot
terdam, 429,503 bushels of wheat and 53,-
801 bushels of corn; to Antwerp, dit),7l'J
bushels of wheat and 84,814 bushels of
corn; to Havre, 15,000 bushels of wheat
and 13,345 bushels of corn; to Rouen, 53,
295 bushels of wheat and 00,787 bushels of
corn; to Nazaire, 48,119 bushels of wheat;
to Bordeaux. 29,370 bushels ot wheat, and
to Antwerp 04,800 bushels of wheat in all
for that month, 1,2S9,845 bushels of
wheat and 158,949 bushels of corn. And
tho increase this year to the 1st of Septem
ber has been 3,352,770 bushels of wheat
and 3,598,832 bushels of corn. Great as
this increase is it will be greatly added to
during the year to corno it the receipts of
tho first ten days ot the preseut month are
any criterion, lor in that time there have
been received at tho port of New Orleans
for shipment thirty bargo-loails of grain,
containing 7G4.000 bushels of wheat and
282,000 bushels of corn, while tho export
to loreign ports in those ten days have been
301,704 bushels of wheat and 140,280
bushels of com, and thero was in tho ele
vators and on shipboard, not cleared, 402,
290 bushels of wheat and 135,720 bushels
of corn. Now, these figures are from of
ficial data, and arc absolutely correct. As
to those read off by Senator Conkling the
other night I doubt if they would stand an
accurate scanning, and at any rate the sta
tistician who prepared them for him forgot
or did not know about tho immensity of
this southern trade or the senator would
never have attempted to belittle it and as
sert, as he did, that the carrying trade of
thocont nent was mainly over six great
lines of railroads. The figures for tho
month of July, which I could give
you, are but little below those
that I have given you for August.
And vou should understand that
the most of this grain isshipped in steamers
and is delivered to the millers at Rotterdam
and elsewhere in Europo before tho farmer
in Iowa or Minnesota has cut a single sheaf
of wheat. I have only called your atten
tion to tho shipments of grain from ono
singlo seaport of the South, but I could
givo you statistics ot the volume of other
produce from this port of New Orleans, and
of tho shipments of all sorts of merchandise
from Mobile and other southern ports that
would show figures quite as astonishing;
but it is enough to show that tho senator
has been misled and should never have al
lowed himself to bo tho vehicle for the trans
mission of such a mass of wholly untrustful
assertion. I am not much of a politican
and have hardly a preference for one party
more than for another, but when 1 see a
man in Senator Conkling's position mado
tho mouthpiece for the dissemination of
statistics notoriously false and misleading I
feel it but an act of justice to him to cor
rect him and set him right. 'When ho says
that emigration flows along parallels of
latitude rather than meridians of longitudo
ho is right; but ho is wrong when ho tries
to prove that the rivers which flow down to
tho sea will not bear upon their bosoms tho
products of tho countries through which
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MOKNING SEPTEMBER 28, 1890.
SENATOR THURMAN AND JL'IME LANO AT
ZANESV1LLE, OHIO A GRAND REPUBLI
CAN ARRANGEMENT KNOCKED INTO SLIV
ERS "AS MAINE C.OE8 60 OOES THE
UNION" A DEMOCRATIC DEMONSTRATION
THAT IMPROVED DEMOCRATS.
From onr Spuclul Correspondent :
Zanesville, O., Sept. 21st, 1880.
Since my, last Maino has been heard
from. Tho Republican press up to tho eve
of tho election were sanguine that they
would carry the state by a majority from
ten thousand upward, and now they shyly
say that tho stato went just as they ex
pected it would. To show how confident
they wero of success in that state, on last
Monday evening, they had a cannon on a
hill opposite the city ready to announce the
victory. The Courier advertised that it would
bulletin tho returns by a calcium light on
an opposite building, and other grand
arrangements wero made. Alas, poor
Rads, the cannon was mute, the Courier
failed to bulletin the returns and they all
went home sick at heart. It was the hand
writing on tho wall: "As Maino goes so
goes the Union."
How different with the Democrats, Tues
day (yesterday.) Judge Wm. Lang, our
candidate for secretary of the state, and
Senator Thurman were advertised to speak
at Music Hall. A hundred guns wero fired
from the hall in the afternoon the Repub
licans had left the night before, and the
town was gorgeously decorated with bunt
ing in honor of its distinguished guests, and
the victory in Maine.
This being a manufacturing city and the
laboring classes largely predominating, it
was in the evening after the workshops
were closed that I witnessed one of the
most magnificent scenes of my life. As
early as seven o'clock the streets were
thronged, but at halt past seven Main street
from the bridge to the hill (its full length)
and Fifth street were one living mass of peo
ple. It wa3 almost impossible to move
through the density of this throng. The
esplanade at the court house was a compact
bulk of humanity. At about this time the
nine ward clubs of the city entwined them
selves around tho principal streets, headed
by a brass band and followed by the drum
corps of each ward.
Old citizens of both parties assent that
it was the largest and finest turn-out they
they ever witnessed here. The fireworks
on tho route was brilliant; rockets, roman
candles and blue and red fires contin
ually lighted up the streets. At the
court-house and Clarendon hotel the dis
play was magnificent, and would have put
to shame a Mystic Krew fete or a jockey
It was far past nine o'clock when this
grand demonstration ceased. Music hall
was then packed and two thousand on the
outside wero trying to enter to hear the
speakers. To accommodate this mass, Odd
Fellows' hall was obtained, and while Judge
Lang spoke at Music Hall, Ex-Congressman
Milton I. Southard addressed an
equally large audience at Odd 'Fellow's
hall. This looks as though Ohio was wide
awake and meant business, at least in this
section of the state.
It was after ten o'clock before Judge
Lang finished Jiis address, when the chair
man stepped forward and introduced the
greatest living American statesman, Sena
tor Allen C. Thurman. Since the last time
I saw him his hair and beard have turned
snowy white. Ho is a man of ordinary
height aud build. He wears his beard a
la Dan Rice and his eyes havea melancholy
expression, and throughout all his speak
ing ho spoke feelingly of tiie issues. Ho
ridiculed the charges of the Republicans as
absurd, and wondered why a man of ordi
nary intelligence could believe them. He
abused no one. He did not even refer to
Garfield's record, and said he never indulg
ed in villifying a character no matter how
black it might be. Judge Lang who pre
ceded him, however, raked up the boys,
and as ho is an honest old German, his
words were rough and to the point. Tiiur
man felt satisfied that the state would go
Democratic, and Lang remarked that he
had been in many counties, associating
with the people. lie had not found one
man who had voted for Tildes that did not
intend to voto for Hancock, whilst other
wise ho tound men who had voted for
Hayes, in each township amounting to a
dozen, that intended to vote for Hancock.
Tho judge said ho had carefully canvassed
the counties of the state, and was as cer
tain as he was a living man that the Demo
crats would carry it in October. From
personal observation I can say the Repub
licans are pretty blue, and tho more reas
onable ones have given up the idea of ever
electing Garfield. It is now whispered that
if both Ohio and Indiana go Democratic,
Garfield will be withdrawn and Grant runs
instead, but this only twittering of Grant's
friends, who believe he c.iuld make the sun
shino and tho rain fall. These are tho
"Maine" facts. C. A. S.
Summer's II kat relaxes the system ami
renders us liable to attacks of diarrho-a,
dysentery, blood-flux, cholera-uiorbtis,
crumns in Btomach, colic and other painful
And dangerous affections to.i which Dr.
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Thirty Years' Experience of an Old
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dealers. Twenty-live cents a bottlo. (3)
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Buffalo, N. Y., says lie has been using Dr,
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had such a lame back ho could not do any
thing, but one bottle lias to use his own ex
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For St. Loais and I'tiicajio, arriviuj; at M
10:40 p.m.. and Chicago T:'.1" a m
4:'-JO p.m. Cincinnati Kx press.
Arriving at Cincinnati : a.m.; Louinvillft '
a m.; IndlanapnliH 4:Mj a.m. PaHi('ngiTi
thii" train reach the above point 1 li to I
llul'HS !u advance of any other route.
r?The 1:30 p. m. txprcpa baa rULI.MAN
SLKEHNU ( Alt Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change, and through sleepers to fct. Louia and
Fast 'rime East.
IMccnnfrnvu l,T tni' llne R" 'brough to F.at
afl?itlli;iln cm points without any delay
caused bv Stinday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon tralu from t.'uiro arrives in new York Monday
morning at W:H5. Thirty-six hour Iu advance of
any other route,
frFnrthronnh ticket and further Information,
apply at Illinois Central Hallroad Depot, Cairo.
JAs. JOHNSON, J. II. JONES,
(ien. Southern Agent. Ticket Agent.
A. II UANSON.lien. l'ae. Agent. Chicago.
(JAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE teP STATES.
On and after Monday, June 7th, and nntll lurtbcr
notice the ferryboat will make trip a follow:
LEAVE LEAVES LEAVES
Fot Fourth t. MIfonrl Land'R. Kentucky Ld'g.
7:ii" a.m. 7:30 a.m. Hi,m,
o;iiOa. m. 11:30 . in. 10 a. m.
IMHtum. 11::M. m. K'tOOm.
2:()p. m. 2::Jp,m. 8 p.m.
4:10 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5;30p,m.
3 p. m. 8:30 p.m 3 p. m
HE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLWAY, President.
II. L. 11ALMDAV, Vlce-Presldont.
THUS. W. 1IALL1DAY, Cashier.
I. TAAT TATLOtt. W. P. HAIJ.ITJAT,
HENKT L. IIALLIDtV, R. CimWNOU AM,
B. V. WILLIAMSON, STEPHEN B1UD,
Exchange. Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Depoltrecelved and I seneral btnklng buslncsi
Vie Mean Cured, Hot Merely Relieved
And Cud Prove What wc Claim.
t-ITTueru aru no failure and no disappoint-
nients. If you lira troiihled with SICK HKAD-
AC1IK you can be easily ami quickly cured, as
huudreils havebwn already. W'e shall be pleased
to mail a sheet of teslliuniiluls to any interested.
Outer's Little Liver Tills
Alo cure all form of Biliousness, prevent Consti
pation and Dyspepsia, promote DlL'cstion, relievii
dlstnjss from too hearty eatlntf. correct Disorder
of the Stomach, Stimulate the Liver, and Ileculatu
the Bowels. Tlicy do all thl by takir.tr Just ono
little pill at a doso. They are purely vegetable, do
not nrlpe or purije. and are as nearly perfect as
it 1 possible for a pill to bu Price a cetts, 5 for
11. Sold by drni'lsts everywhere or sent by mail.
CAHTKlt MEDICINE CO., EKIK. PA.
YOCUM fc BRODERICK,
STAPLE axd FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIRO - . ILLS
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY TIIE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
TACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leree,
MaLQlacturcr and otaler in Custom-made
N. B. All work warranted, aud Repairing neatly
done on short notice.
Between Commercial and
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A Christian family chool for boy. Location at
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A WoNt)EnrtxI)tscoTnV on th 1adim.A
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