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THE DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MO LINING, SEPTEMBER 0, vst-2.
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ENTKHtD AT TUB CAttt'l rOHToHKICK HOIl
1UAN8HIS810N THROUGH THR MAILS AT SEC
OND CLASS HATES.
OlflxJlAU PA PKR Of CITY AND COUNTY
AN NUUNCKMIt NT.S.
We an ntlitrl'i'l to ri nn iii-n Itial H. A. I).
WIl.H W'Krt, uf J iifitranii cmiiiiy, m a ettiiiliitiiiu
for i;ir ofi'iH Ait illt 'ouii m inn Knurl b
IfiviKi in f llllnoi. auhjecl Id tho (lodiUon of a
caovoiitiou of Uiu Doinnuraiic puny
We aro miiliri.ol to aunoiitKa trio naiuo f
WALTKK AKiiflHoiinhclrt 'a for (Da olllcu
of County Jmli! of AlrniilorOouatir.
We ;ir a'lthorUd to nuotini'0 Justice .10UN
H. ItOMIN.HU i a an lu'lclenlnnt canilidatu for
Co imy at Uiucorniuu November clocllou.
W aru authorized to annoim-o Mr. MILKS VV.
1'AHK KK an mi lnd'!"ii(lut r inilulaii) for Ins
urer of ALAd.idttr cuanty al Ibo comuijj Nuvuuiticr
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticca iu ima col.jmn, oictit coula per line for
flrcl and five r.enta tier Hue aaeb auliaoquont inai'r
rtou. for onti wwk, SOcutita pnr lino. For uue
month, tx) ceiita par Hue.
Messrs. .Smith & Driukmyur, uiur
chant tiiilors, Washington avenuo near Pth
Btreet, aro receiving a full lino ofuuw for
eign and domestic goods of newest paterns
torsuiting and are ready to receive orders
and nianfacture suits of. the bent qual
ity cloth and guaranteed fit. -Their prices
aro as low as best goods can be bold.'J-o-hu
Flour la cheaper and my loaves are made
large that uiy customers may get the lien
elit. These large loaves sell at the bakery
8 lor 10 cents. I do not peddle bread.
My bread is pronounced by those
who know, to bo the best
in the city. Hemember it is big loaves nud
Bold only at the bake shop. You get the
full worth of your money. Try it.
9 2-hu. ti Frank "Kra i ka.
Out of the lire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
icehouse and office is at present t the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, u
tween 8th and ttth streets. Orders will lie
rilled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
. Jacou Klek.
Southern Hotel and Restaurant
Leo Kleb desires his frieuds aud the pub
lic to know that this favorite hotel is now
thoroughly repaired and refitted iu better
condition than before the tire. Meals at
reasonable rates are furuUhcd at all hours.
0 )od rooms and beds for the tired, good
tare for the hungry, tinu liquors lor the
thirsty, is the rule. Give him a cull, tf
Summer Excursion, Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad lias now on
Bale excursion tickets to all the jiriiieioitl
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Kates low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. It. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aud for sale at the Cairo liullctin
Sproat's Retail Ice Kox.
Consumers of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have bnilt a large Ice
box on Eighth street in CuuditT's store where
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will he punched at this stand
ust the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
John Shiga r.
Use Thk Caiko Bulletin perforated
ttcratch-book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally good lor ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the ollice. No. 2 and
3. rive and ten cents each bv the sitiL'le one.
by the dozen. Special discount on grows
lots to the trane.
huckU'ii'H Amlea Salve
The Heat Halve in the orll for Cuts,
Bruises, Mores, Ulcers, Salt RUutii, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Coras, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures l ues. It is guaranteed to give per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents ptr box. For sale by Geo. E
"I AM now ready to lay down my bun
dles." So said a laboring man, who, for
long venra bad toiled to support his family,
and had become reduced in health. lie
now says that Hops tmd Malt Hitters has
made him a new man.
Overworked men and women, porsons
of sedentary habits, and others whose sys
tems needs recuperation, nerves toned, nud
muscles strengthened, should use Brown's
Ik you are a woman and want, both
health aud beauty, remember that all su
perficial efforts to increase your peisousl
charms are vain. Freshness and be amy
accompany health, and to secure this Mrs.
Lydia H. Pitdchaiu's remedies for all female
weak nessns offers the surest means id' ren
ovation. The highest intelligence loses its
lustre when it must find expression
through a billions complexion. Gmd fur
Free ot Cost.
All pi isoiib wishing to test the mi nts of
great remedy one that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Astlinm,
Uroncliitis, or any affection of the Tluoat
aud Lungs are requested to call at Hurry
W.Schuh's drug itoro and get a trial but
tloofPr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
what a regular dollar-size bottle will do. (1)
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice. In flute column, ion cent! per Una,
Itch Insertion. Marked '
Wm. Alba has the finest Lai bur shop
in southern Ills. tf.
-Mr. H. Ilebsacker aud family are in
Cincinnati attending the exposition.
The signal servico will, up to Nov. 1,
maintain a system of warnings against
frosts which threatens the tobacco crop.
Captain W. P. Wright rotumod Mon
day from a visit to Dixon Springs where
he spent a week vory pleasantly.
Mr. Buchanan of Greeubury, Indiana,
is in the city visiting his brother, G. W.
Thellug on the Btiitr of The Halliday
was unfurled at half maBt yesterday in def
ferend to the death of Mrs. S. S. Taylor.
Go to Smith & Briukmyer, Merchant
Tailors, and inspect their new stock of
foreign and domestic cloths before order
ing your suits.
Mr. Hassenjager has changed his unud
about "spreading himself" to the extent of
occupying the comer room in the Vincent
Deputy Sheriff Guy Morse is out among
the delinquent personal tax-payers, serving
notices upon them which amount to some
thing more than a dun.
I). F. King's and the Illinois Ceutial
railroad company's excursion trains for
Chicago left yesterday according to pro
gramme, A large party went on each.
Mr. Samuel Burger has returned from
the east and piles of goods are almost dai
ly coming after, showing thot he was not
idle during his absence.
A negro named John Phillips, who
was drunk and had been disorderly, was
arrested by Officer Wims, and fined five
dollars and costs by Justice Robinson.
Go to Wm. Alba's on Commercial ave
nue for hair cut, shampoo, shaves etc. The
best shop in southern Ills, tf
Mr. Rogers, of Murphysboro, brother-in-law
to General Jno. A. Logan, was at
The Halliday yesterday. He was on his
way to Plum Point to take charge of some
government work there.
. The young people of all religious de
nominations met for prtyer at the Metho
dist parsonage-last night. About twenty
persons of both sexes were present. The
meeting was an interesting one.
There is rejoicing among the up town
people because of the opening of Capt. W.
P. Hallidny's new saw mill. Tho event has
been the signal for new life in the Fifth
ward. The mill will probably run at its
full capacity and steadily after to -day.
Thursday of next week, the 14th inst.,
the Jewish people of tho world will cele
brate their o0-l3d New Yean day. It prom
ises to be observed very generally and
with imposing ceremony by our Jewish
fellow citizens in Cairo.
A social gathering was held at tho
office of tho Hibernian eugine house last
night with tho object of presenting Conduc
tor Alfred Gibson of the Wabash road, with
tho handsome new lantern which was voted
him the other night at the Catholic fair.
The ceremony was interesting.
Tho brick lor tho boiler room to the
new corn meal mill of Messrs. Charles
Galligher & Son, is already on the ground.
Tho mill is to bo put up in tho building
formerly used as a warehouse by Messrs.
Thistlewoud & Co.
A youug white girl who cuiuu here
from Paducah recently, got too much
strong drink and caused considerable dis turbance
at the corner of Fourteenth street
and Commercial avenue yesterday after
noon. But she left the street and went
into a house on Thirteenth street in time to
elude tho officer who was on her track.
Talk about inhumanity on the part of
Cairo's authorities towards victims id' acci'
dents or diseases must cease now and for
ever. A man named Ira Culver wandered
about tho public streets of New York and
St. Louis for three months, with his throat
cut from ear to ear. Ho was picked up iu
St. Louis Sunday and may recover,
Maurice Clancey who connivud with
John Shannessy to swindle "a fresh" out of
what "boodle" ho had, was also given "a
stay" by Magistrate Coinings Monday.
He was given twenty-four hours to leave
town or ko to jail. It was supposed yes
terday that bo had left iu about the same
direction of his whilom "pal."
Don't fail to attend the opening cele
bration at Jack II idge's springs, at Old
Unity, Sept. ?ih. A Grand old-fashioned
barbecue ami dance. A first- class hand
Iims been engaged for the occasion. Trains
will run to Unity Sept. 7th, BS follows:
Leave Cairo at 10:25 a, in., 1 p. in.,
and fl:;i') p. in,; return ut 1 :U p. m., and
12 midnight. It.
Massac Journal : "Tho Democrats
nominated Murphy because ho has n har'l,
but they will find it takes something more
than money to go to congress. Tho poo
pie want a man to represent them, that will
hoof some benefit to his constituents. "
And that, good journal, is just the reason
why the people don't want Cuptnin Thoin
The Halliday Guards returned yester
day evening from their trip to Springfield.
They uitirchod through town from tho depot
to their armory behind their martial hand,
and were tho observed of all observers.
They looked well and expressed themselves
as highly pleased with their trip. They
did themselves full credit at the Camp Col
lum, as was proved by tho reports published
in tho Springfield press. -
From Sergoant W. II. Ray's report for
the month of August, it appears that the
rainfall during the month was three and
forty-six one huudrethr inches, aud that,
excepting 1870 and 1870, this was tho
heaveiest rainfall during this month for
twelve y. ars hack. Haiti foil ou fourteen
days iu the month. Tho highest temper
ature was 88 degrees, on tho 14th, and the
lowest CI, ou tho 10th. Tho prevailing di
rcction of the wind was northwest and its
greatest velocity was thirty- two miles per
hour. Tho Carthage, (Ills.,) Republican, a
Democratic paper, urges tho nomination by
the State Democratic convention which
meets at Springfield to morrow of Prof. L.
F. M. Easterday, brother of Mr. M. E ister
day, of this city, for tho officejof State Su
perintendent of Public Instruction. Prof.
Easterday is connected with Carthago col
lege, in tho capacity of professor of mathe
matics and nstrouemy; ho is a good Demo
crat and highly respected by all who know
him. The Republican, we fear, was too
late in making its prefronco known, to in
sure Mr. Easterday proper recognition be
fore the convention.
Five coaches, filled with friends of the
late Mrs S. S. Taylor, left tho Illinois Cen
tral passenger depot yesterday morning at
10 :Jt() o'clock for Beech Grovo to attend
the last rites over that lady's remains. Tho
ceremony conducted over tho grave was vory
beautiful and very impressive. Rector Dav
enport delivered an address which brought
tears to the eyes of many in the great throng
around him. Tho ceremony was opened
with tho hyuiu "Nearer my God to Thee"
sung by tho choral society and tho choirs of
the several churches, conducted by Mrs. J.
M. Lansdeu. Altogether it was tho most
imposing funeral Cairo has bad for many
years, which proved the general deep regard
in which decease I was held by tho people
Canon Wilborforco has begun a cru
sade against tho rental of church property
iu England for beer saloons, "gin places,"
and public houses in general. He says
that the Arch bishops and Bishops in their
corporative capacity aro perhaps the largest
owners of public house property in the
country; that "the Bishop of London,
when ho leaves his housa in St. James
square and rides to his house at Fulh tm
passes over 100 public houses built on land
belonging to tho church;" and that in one
part of the city people aro in the habit of
"pointingout, as typical of tho establish
ment, a church having a gin-shop on each
side of it, built up sidj by si lo in a row,
the place of worship and the gin-shops be
ing all church property." Tho Canon in
quires how the church can consistently
make it a practice to draw revenue from
kind of we I Uy possessions."
The eiiy cnuucil hold a bob-tail
meeting int night, barely a quorum biting
picM-ut. In the Absence of Mayor This
tlow iod Alderman Woo l was called to the
chair. The ouly business ol especial im
portance was tho reception of the report of
the mint council ano citizens' committee on
watnr works, which was to" tho effect that
the proposition of Mr. Luck wood bo not
accepted, . because works constructed
according to the specifications thereiu
offered would prove inadiquate to the pur
poses intended ; and that the commi'.tee
was iu communication with other per
sons who desired to build water works for
Cairo, who might make more favorable
propositions, Tho committee was allowed
to stand and pursue the subject intrusted to
it further. Tho other business was all
-Valley Clarion : "The Democrats down
at Carboi.ilale a short time since induced a
colored Republican to take the track for
constable, merely to ascertain whether or
not the R 'public ins would support him at
thepoU.,. The object of tho raco leaked
out, the st ilwnrts rallied around tho darkey
and he was elected, There wan one dar
key who thoroughly convinced that the
Republicans were doing everything in
their power to further the iutt rests of tho
colored man and brother. With a radicnt
countenance he carried his official bond
around among theui for signatures. There
was a baneful glow in his eyes as ho re
turned from his quoit with never a signa
ture attached to the document. Not to bo
foiled in their purpose of showing up the
iiiuiucerity of the Republicans toward the nr.
groes the Democrats wf the city filled the
boud, and the scales huvii fallen from one
morn darkey's eyes."
Considerable doubt prevails among the
colored voters of Pulaski county as to what
Hon. Daniel Hogan thinks of Mr, Harris,
the colored nominee of tlm party for the of
fice of county clerk. It is believed that
Mr. Hogan ia not a hoaity supporter of Mr.
riartis, and therefore the colored Repub
licans aro losing faith in tho protestations
of lovo heietoforii often made to them by
the Hon. Hogan. Mr. Hogan has certainly
given reason for this loss of faith In him on
the part of the black sheep in his fold. Ho
has been very silent concerning Mr, Harris.
Ho lias hardly expressed his approval of
that young man's candidacy ; he has not spo
ken a hearty word In Mr. Harris' support.
Tho opinion prevails tint Mr, Hogan may
voto for Mr. Hurls, under protest, but that
he will not exert himself tho least to help
elect Mr. Harris. Mr. Ilogau can not
afford to do this he dares not thus
snub his colored children they are too nu
merous and may swamp him. Accord iug to
census bulletin No. 204 Pulaski county has
a colored voting population of 745 or a ma
jority of 313 of tho Republican voto of 1880.
Mr. Hogan can not afford to be callous
to tho interests of tho groat majority of his
party. He should quiet the fears of tho
colored voters; he should mako public pro
fession of his undying lovo of tho colored
man, evan the colored aspirant for office in
his own county. He should fall upon Mr.
Harris' alabistor nock aud Bind tears of
contrition because of his unpardonable and
unexplainable coolness toward that young
man during the last few mouths. Won't
"that good naturod chunk of fat called
Joo Roberts'" help us to bring Daniel to a
proper appreciation of his duties
toward his colored brother, even though
that brother has fallen into the error of
of seeking political honors in Mr. Hogan's
Several prominent white Republicans
of tho city have expressed their disbelief
of the figures showing tho relative strength
of the white and colored Ripublican voto
in this county, recently published in The
Bulletin. They would prefer not to be
lieve that the Republican party of this
coun'y is much moro than half colored.
They seem to consider it not creditable to
the party that this should bo true, or they
willfully refuse to acknowledge the color
ed voters' strength because to do so would
be an acknowledgement that the vigorous
fight these colored voters are making for
a pull at tho public teat is entirely justifi
able, which latter acknowledgement they
have been fighting against for lo! tu'se
many years. But these good white Repub
licans cannot avoid the truth, and they
must not Beek to do it by denying the
conclusions reached by mea ns
of figures Republican figures, Ik;
furnished by a Republican census bure ui.
These figureo speak in a manner that can
not ba mistaken, proclaiming that the
strength of tho negro vote in this .county,
in comparison with the white Republican
vote, is overwhelming, aud in the district
it holds the ballance of power. But it
must be acknowledged that there wan a
slight error in the figures as published by
Thk Bulletin, which, however, does not
materially effect the result. A revision ot
the figures proves that the whole voting
strength of the Republican party in the
county is 2170 this, of course, assuming
that of the 1200 voters who did not vote iu
180, 000 were Republicans. Subtracting
from tho wholo number of Republicans the
1373 colored Republicans we have
80(1 white Republicans in the county, m
507 moro colored than whites. This im
portant fact tho colored Republicans well
know and it soems that they will not al
low the several prominent Republicans re
ferred to, to ignore it, however humilia ting
it may be to them.
MORE NEW HOUSES.
Mr. Richard Wells is hiving a new
building erected at tho corner ot Thirty
second s'reet and Commercial avenue. It
is to be a frame, two stories high, twenty
five feet wide by sixty feet deep. It is bo
ing rapidly pushed to completion and will
be occupied when finished as a boarding
Mr. V. Reiser has concluded lo in
part supply tho demand for more business
houses iu the lower portions of tho city.
He has decided to erect a brick business
house on the lot running parallel with
Rtilroad street, back of his frsme building
at the southeast corner of Eighth street and
Commercial avenue. The house is to be
twostorics high, twenty feet wide, and (If
ly feet deep, and will cost about three
thousand dollars. Mr. John A. Pooro
has the contract for building the house aud
will begin his work soon.
THE USES OF PUBLIC OFFICIOS.
A foolish belief has taken possession of
tlet minds of some good citiz 'tis that pub
lic olhViM were created for the conveni
ence of iho people in the transaction of
their public business; hut thin belief was
long mncu shown to bo a fall icy. Tho Re
publican party has demonstrated the fact
that pu die offices were established lor Iho
purpose uf keeping the Republican party
in power- for the purpose of giving the Re
publican boases "influnnco" in the country.
The good Matured Republican chunk of fat
now editing the Pulaski Patriot and lard
ing tho lean earth of that part of tho state,
appreciates this tact. Some time ago Sena
tor Logau hail Capt. Willisturned out of the
office of internal revenue collector because
that gentleman lud lost his ability to con
trol the Republican party of Lower Egypt
in tho senator's interest. Iu his place the
Himator, by, and with the advice of Gov.
Culloin, had Gen. Puvey, ono of Gov. Cul
loin's militia heroes, appointed over tho
heads of deserving men. And now comos
tho Republican earth-larder tho fat
chunk fiftho Pulaski Patriot, saying:
"Gen. Puvey will take charge of the cob
lector's ollice on tho first of September. The
sooner the better, general. Our boys aro
anxious to get things in such shape
that they can place a full ticket in the field
in Alexander county with nio hope of
electing it. There Is uo chance tho way
things are now. Movoasuoa as possible."
Why, of course, general ; get in and go to
work at once not In tho discharge of your
duties, but at tho work for which you wcro
appointed tho work of directing "our
boys" in tho business of election-carry-iug!
OUR APPELLATE CLERIC.
Spuclnl toTns Bum.ktin:
DuQcoim, III., Sept. 5th, 5:30 p. nu
ll. A. 1). Wilbauks was tho nominee of the
Democratic convention of this, the Fourth,
judicial district, held in this city to-day.
He was nominated on the thirty Becond
ballot, without any manifestation of
of illfeeling whatever, from any part
of the house.
Had lull delegation from every ono ot
tho thirty-four counties in tho district been
present thcro would have been
103 delegates; but there were
over 150 delegates present and th
remainder were represented by proxies.
The convention was called to order in the
morning by a member of tho state central
commiteee, and an organization was ef
fected and committee appointed, and then
the convention adjourned until after din
ner. Tho reports'of committees wrere first inor
der at the afternoon session, which being all
disposed of, the presentation of candidates
whs in order. Over a dozen candidates
all good men were presented by the
chairmen of us many different delegations,
and the claims of each received calm con
sideration. But Mr. R. A. I). Wilbanks
went into the convention by far tho strong
est man aud he maintained the upper-hand
throughout the several hours consumed
iu taking the thirty-two ballots. There
was considerable enthusiasm at times, and
through it all the best of humor prevailed.
Mr. Wilbanks is to bo congratulated.
His election is a fore gone conclusion as
tho district is Democratic by a plurality of
nearly five thousand. Tho Democracy is
also to bo congratulated because it secured
suable and so energetic a'gentleman lor its
standard bearer in the district. Mr. Wil
banks is one of the smartest, most energetic
and genial, and therefore successful, poli
ticians there is, and as his own election is
assured almost without any effmt on his
part, he will devote himself more especial -ly
to advancing the rause of Democracy in
tijose parts of the district where the party
is weak. We repeat, there is cause for mu
THE GREATEST OF ALL SHOWS IS
TO CAIKO MONDAY SKIT. 11.
The Sells Brothers, who have had the good
fortune to be the first on the Lake Front
this season, are to be congratulated in pre
senting a show that corresponds with the
announcements. They don't beguile the
people with pretentious advertisements of
wonders that have never materialised, and
they really produce what they claim. This
is almost too much to say of a circus, and
it will hardly be credited, but a candid
examination of this menagerio and ring
brings the truth loving reporter to the con
fession that sobriety of statement is mighty,
and is prevailing over all of Banium's
adjectives. Chicago evknino jocunal,
May 17th, 1831.
For many excellent reasons, conspicuous
ly furnished by itsself, we are pleased to
announce tho speedy coining of Sells
Brothers' Six Enormous Railroad Shows,
now united. Every possible assurance
is given that it is, what its title suggests,
tho grandest and wealthiest amusement
organization on earth, canopying all wou
derland with its half million yards of electric-lighted
canvas. But. even more con
clusive evidence than tho weighty indorse
ment of tho Press and the potent voice of
public appioval is the straightforward and
unprecedented action of the Messrs. Bolls
themselves in vigorously demanding tho
strict enforcement of the law against all
exhibitions guilty of obtaining money un
der false pretenses, and of grossly swin
dling their patrons by loudly advertising
attractons they do uot possess; in , strenu
ously insisting that a passable performance
iu some respects does not excuse wholesale
misrepresentation in other things; and fi
nally in fi an k ly ami boldly urging the Press
to sptak ot their show just as it is.
Clearly, no itnpos'or, no fraudulent ad
vertiser, no ordinary exhibition would daro
so thus plainly ami publicly arouse bucIi
powerful la'cncies to crush it. Genuine su
perioiity, true greatness and invinciple in
tegrity can alone court such an ordeal, and
as Iho Miosis. Sells are tho only ones to
do it, the conclusion is irresistablo that
theirs is indeed tho very First and and Fi
nest of Shows, and that, in the words id' the
Bii.ghiiiuion (N. Y.) Daily Republican,
"their names will bo as good on a show
bill ns Vanderbilt's is ou a bank check'"
President Arthur is sick. Too much
There aro three hundred deaths from chol
era daily at Manlia.
A spasmodic case of cholera is roportcd
In Hillsdale, Mass,
Browusvillo reported 103 new cases of
A cargo of mules has entered the canal
to rciuforco Sir Garnet.
A fever-infected vessel has arriyod at
Boston from Porto Rico.
Cholera has appeared at Tangiors, Just
across the strait from Gibraltar.
A quarter of a million ol German immi
grants arrived in this country last year.
The Dublin authorities aro filling up tho
ranks of the police with Orangemen.
In case their demands aro not complied
with, some 500 of the Dublin police will
The three surgeons wdio have been ex
ploring the Mysteries of Guiteau's brain aro
ready to reoort.
Tho attorney-geneiul has given an opto
ion that tho work of reclaiming tho Po
tomac flats can he begun at ouco.
Out of forty-one applicants for admission
to West Point fifteen tailed to pass tho ex
amination, and among them was the colored
applicant from Florida.
Millious Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption. Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of tho large size. This enormous outlay
would he disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Harry W.
Schuh's Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
Rheumatism, disordered blood, general
debility, and many chronic diseases pro
nounced incurable, are often cured by
Brown's Iron Bitters.
T PKlNTjNij OFKH'KS-Wu have a larne
etock or !Hx:V), No. 1 "M" ne that w wll1 tvll lo
(irmiera only, in lolt of not lea than two r tip. at
yi 40 nrrrtiaui rash. Art'lruee E. A. HurreMt. llul
AN 8 r JO hor"n power upriiflit i n:''ti", in Rood
condition, and 12 tool hur.oiuxl l 11 m- holler,
with all tlio va.vca, plpt-e, uewhtati-, tlrivo well,
walertank. etr... new eiuok- Mark all cumpletr,
pr'ce m Adilreei K. A Harnett, Cairo, III. tf.
ALW YS AT
JOHN JOHNSON S CO'S
SA LO 0 N.
ICoehler's, on Eiubth Street.
Alo Choice Wines and Liquorn of pv.Tjr di'crip
lion. Warm Lunch evenr morntUh' t V.'Vi. Oraod
Luncb every Saturday.
TOM WINTER & CO.
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants
No. M Eighth S'rot,
Between Commercial and Washington Avs.
NEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest. Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATl Kit cSc CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth Hrettt ) f j J t a 111
ConimHrclalAvDOl ttlIU JU
C O A.
D Stoves 13
S Tinware. S
HAS. B. Fair & CO.
Proprietor of Iron unit Machine
Cornur Nluath and Washington avonue,
ALf KtNDH OF MA CHINK
WORK. noiLEU WOKK AND
BLAOKM IT HINU I'ltoMI'TLV
ATTENDED TO AT HIv AhUN Pli:
Wn i-.lio havaa number of SKCHiMi HAN I)
ENGINES AND IIOILK UH, for rale cIiohh.
Commercial Avenue and Elglith Street,
OA II tO, ILLS.
F. nitOHO, Praaliltmt. V. NRKK. Vlr.o tWnt
U. WELLS, Cashier. I T. J. Kerth, Aaa't chhIi
F. Brnmi Ca'ro I William Kliiw. .('alru
I'olrrNnir " ..I William Wolf....
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J. Y. C'lom'iHii Caluiloiila.
AOENEItAt. BANKING UUStNKSN DUNK.
Exchange nold aud honeht. tnluruM. pilil It
tliu Having Dfipiirtinuiit. C'ollortloui inadu aud
all builuwai promptly altumlad to,