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THE DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19,
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OEHJlAL. PAPKK OF C1TV AND COUNTY
We an 11 itnorUud to announce thai K. A. I).
WILHANKS, of Jelfuraou county, U candidate
for Chir oftna ijip -1 1 Court la the i''ourtft
ivli in of Ililnol. eutiject to the decision uf a
CMaveuliuu of the Oomocratic party
We rt n uliorlnii l to announce ttiu name uf
WALTER A'AIOiilt a a Candida e for tue oiBcu
of Com y Jud ;.i of AlexiaderUouuty,
Wear authorized to announce J utlce JOHN
II. KOKTNSO.a a au Independent candidal!) for
County .Ivtilu at luo coiaiun Novoiuour elocliou.
We are aulhori.e(l to announce Mr. MILKS VV.
1'AKKtCK a an Independent candidate for treas
urer of Alexaudcr coiiuty at tun coining November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice tn thi column, elgnt cents per linn for
Ami ami Ave cents tier line eacb subsequent liner
lion. For olio week. :W cents per lino. For one
li onth, Ml ceuts per line.
Notice to Contractors.
Bids will be received up to Friday night
September 22d, fur the rebuilding uf thy
Planter's House. Plans and specifications
can be Been at the Iced store i)t C. M. Os
Old Machinery Castings Wauted
at Ronnie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will be paii in cash.
Call at No. 03 Ohio Levee.
tt John T. Rennie.
at DcUiun's, 5(i Ohio levee.
Messrs. Smith & Brinkmyer, mcr
chant tuilors, Washington avenue nearth
Btreet, arc receiving u full lino of new for
eign an 1 domestic goods of ce west paterns
tor suiting and are ready to receive orders
and manfacture suits of the best qual
ity cloth and guaranteed fit. Their prices
are as low as best goods can bo soKl.tl-o-lui
at DcBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
Flour is cheaper and tuy loaves are made
large that my customers may get the ben
efit. These large loaves sell at the bakery
3 for 10 cents. I do not pethllu bread,
lly bread is pronounced by those
who know, to be the best
in the city, Remember, it is big loaves ami
sold only at the bake shop. You get the
full worth of your money. Try it.
2-lm. Fkank Kkatky.
go to DeBauu'a, 50 Ohio levee.
Out of the fire, cor. of 8ili and Levee, my
icehouse ami office is at present t '.the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, V
tween Mi and 0th streets. Orders will be
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
at DoBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Summer KxeursWm Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
salu excursion tickets to all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Fulls. Kates low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
in market at DeBauu'a 50 Ohio levee.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Sproat's Retail Ice Box.
Cousumets of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in Cumlilfs store where
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
ust the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
Use The Caiiio Bulletin perfoiated
acratuh-book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three m.us, at the ollico. No. 'i and
li. live and ten cunt each by the single one,
by tlm dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
The Howe scales have all the latest im
provements. It is true economy to buy
the best. Rudeo, Selleck & Co., agents,
8t. Louis, Mo. (3)
A. M. Duxe, of Columbus, Ga., say
that from exp rience ho knows "Sellois
Liver Pills" tolje the best in use.
A medicine ot real merit, prescribed by
many leading physicians, and universally
, recommended by those who hav ued it
as true tunica is Brown's Iron Bitters.
It dots not cue every thing ! but kidney
troubles and many other complsints to
wuicn ncBli is heir yield uracelullv to the
life-giving properties constituting Hops
nd Malt Bitten. People who have be
come discouraged should resort to this new
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In theae column, tn ci.nl pr line,
ar.h lnrtion anil whUher tuarkeil or not, if calcu
lated to foward any man bunluena lu'.ereit art)
always paid for.
Win. Alba has the finest barber shop
in southern Ills. tf.
Mrs. John Goekel is in thocity visiting
the family of Mr. Christian Ostorloh.
Judge Crawford was in tlio city yes
terday attending circuit court.
-Miss Katie Fisher, of Bardwell, Ky., in
visiting Miss Petrie in this city.
More "Pulaski couutv chronicles" in
On Sunday Captain J. M. Phillips re
turned from a business trip to Chicago.
Seo notice in special locals of auction
sale bv Mr. Thomas Winter, at the residence
on Ninth street of Mrs. J. F. Ray.
Mr. A. G.Jackson, of Vienna was at
The Ilallidtty yesterday. 8.) was Mr. J.
II. GropengieHer, editor of the Anna Ad
vocate. The Planters House will bo rebuilt
immediately. Notice to that effect of in
terest to contractors will bo found in
Mr. Malmski's eldest d lughter returned
from a ten weeks' visit to St. Louis last
Saturday. Sho was accompanied on her
return by Mrs. John Goekel.
Go to Win. Alba's on Commercial ave
nue for hair cut, shampoo, shaves etc. The
best shop in southern Ills. tf
A party of friends surprised Mr. and
Mrs. Casper Yost .Saturday night, by tak
ing possession of their home, showering
upon them congratulations ami, bringing
them a number of china wedding gifts.
Mrs..S Williamson speaks to the pub
lic through the advertising columns of The
Bulletin this morning. She is in daily
receipt of new goods and will make a grand
display of them during tho last three days
of this week.
Hilly and Frankio Gray are again at
the Theatre Comiqiio alter an absence in
the east of six weeks. They brought with
them anew leader for the orchestra, Prof.
Voelker, au able violinist and E flat cornet
Mr. II. F. II ill, the jovial and gentle
manly agent hero of the Pacific Express
company, left last night for Houston, Tex.,
to take charge of an office there at a muchly
increased salary. Mr. Hall has been succeed
ed by Mr. W. C. Dickinson, of St. Liuis.
Eleven freight cars of tho train which
left here on tho Wabash road Saturday
night, went through a bridge near Oak
t wu. A brakeuian named Gray was in
jured, but not dangerously. Other trains
were delayed twenty-four hours in conse
quence ol the wreck.
Cullender's great consolidated, genuine
African minstrels, who played upon a Cairo
audience at tho Opera House Saturday
night, are said to bo showering wit and
humor, fresh from Hostetters' of 78, upon
crowded barns at Blandvillo ami Wicklifle,
Ky., this week. May they suck seed, bless
their infernally wicked souls.
A grand musical treat awaits tho peo
ple of Cairo. Mrs. J. M. Lansilen's class
in niusic, co:isisting of seventy -five pupils,
assisted by Mr. E. T. Crowell, will produce
the beautiful Cantata, entitled tho "Flower
Queen," at the Presbyterian church Thurs
day evening. See advertisement else
where. Sunday afternoon Dennis Looney, a
young man and night watchman at the
New York store, died of congestive chill.
He had been sick but a short time. He
was a member of tho Ancient Order of
Hibernians under whose auspices ho was
buried yesterday. Harry Walkc's Comique
band headed the funeral procession to the
train and at the cemetery.
A man named Duncan, a sawyer, liv
ing up town, on iwentietn street, was
beastly drunk Saturday night and while in
that condition biutually beat his wife, who
isalrail little woman. Neighbors, attrac
ted by the cries of tho poor woman, inter
fered and had the cowardly wretch sent to
jail to sober up. Ho deserves no mercy at
tho hands of the court that tries him for
Last Friday Mr. Samuel E. Wilson
bought out Mr. G. M. Aider, commission
merchant on Ohio levee, and will here
after occupy Mr. Aklen's stand with his
fruit business. Mr. Alden will probably
remove from here to go into business else
where. Ho will take a trip down south, in
company with Mr. E. W. Green tho first
daysol next week, and will visit New Or
leans and soino of tho important cities in
Inlormatioii is wanted ol one Matthew
Leech, who mysteriously disappeared from
his homo at Kilbourne, Van Buren Co,
Iowa on the morning of Sept. 12th, 1882. Mr
Leech Is about 40 years of ago, 5 ft. 7 in. In
hciuht, weighsalxivo 150 lbs, hair dark, eyes
b'.uo grey, deep dimplo In chin, mustache,
light in color, high forehead. Mr. Leech is
a farmer and stock and grain dealer. Send
any information to his father, William
Leech, or Francis Juhuston, Sheriff of Van
Bureu Co., Iowa.
Mr. 11. T. Gerould fines It necessary,
in order to continue tho work of sinking
Mr. Kline's artesian well, to put , up tho
necessary boilers, engines and niiicliluciy
to supply steam power. Tho tools now
necessary to bo used in tho work of driving
tho pipe aro too heavy to bo handled prop
erly and expediciously by hand. There
has been no work done on the well during
tho last week. Its depth is about two hun
dred find ten feet.
Mr. Walton W. Wright returnud Sat
urday from his extended business tonr
north and east, which ho uudortook some
time ago to introduce his patent electric
scale attachment. Ho succeeded beyond
his expectation. Ho appointed agents in
all tho principal cities of the north and
east, who aro authorized to sell rights to
territory. Ho also attended four expositions
at Cincinnati, L'misvillo, Chicago and
Milwaukee, introduced his patent, and took
at each. He will remain at homo for sev
eral weeks now,
Tho increasing business in tho job
and newspaper having mado it nocessary
to employ an assistant, Mr. Will Lemen
has accented the position of business
manager of TriE Bulletin Office aud
will have special charge and control of
the city circulation of the paper. The
collections will hereafter be made by
him and amounts duo now for subscrip
tion will be paid to him. Persona de
siring to subscribe for the paper or who
wish any changes made may address him
at this office or give instruction to the
carriers who will bo under his control.
A party of distinguished railroad meii
were at The Halliday Sunday. It consisted
of A. A.Talmage, general transfer manager
of the Gould system; Wm. Kerrigan, su
perintendent of tho Iron Mountain railroad;
J. J. Frey, assistant superintendent of tho
same road; John Hewitt, superintendent of
machinery of tho Missouri Pacific railroad,
aud A. A. llaynes, superintendent of ma
chinery of tho Iron Mountain and
Texas Pacific road. The party came in
from St. Louis by special train on the Iron
Mountain road, about noon, and left on the
Wabash road. Inspection is the object of
- Rev. SearreU preached an interesting
sermon on music Sunday night. It was his
last sermon in the church year aud he goes
toMt. Vernon to-day to attend the . con
ference and may be assigne.d to some other
place before another Suuday passes, lie
prefaced his sermon with an expression of
satisfaction at his pastoral experience in
this community and of regret at his pos
sible departure. Tho conference will be
in session over next Sunday, therefore,
there will be no services in the Methodist
church on that day. It is not certain that
Rev. Scarrctt will be removed from Cairo,
in fact, it is more than probable that he
will not bo. He has been here but one
year, and has gaiued tho esteem of his con
gregation and of citizens generally. It is
not often that, under such circumstances,
tho conference enforces tho rule providing
for a change every year. There is good
reason to believe that Mr. Scarrett will be
with us another year, at least.
John Lofton, Peter Jones and Ed Car-
rahan were each fined one dollar and costs
by Magirtralc Comings yesterday for being
drunk. John Kinney was fined five and
costs for disorderly conduct. Thomas
Hudson, six and costs for drunkenness and
disorderly conduct. Jennie Thomas and
Ada Waters, two ol tho most disreputable
females in tho city, living in tho vicinity of
Clark's bagnio on Ohio levee, were up for
being generally dissolute. The former was
lined twenty dollars and costs and the lat
ter ono hundred dollars and costs, and each
was given a stay of execution to leave the
city within six hours. We havo resolved to
call upon the gods of tho elements to an
iiihiliatn tho Clark block and all tho small
er tlens of vice and filth in that neighbor
hood, but if tho officers will make a raid
upon thuso institutions, clear them of the
hordes of wretched beings who infest and
disgrace them and banish them from the
city, then we may hold our peace. But if
nut, why, then, not, of course. At prayer,
when in earnest, wo alono aro nqual to a
littlu salvation army and a big brass band
combined. Wo have spoken! Lookout!
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS !
Manager Forepaiigh has a standing chal
lenge of Fivu Thousand Dollars, open to
every manager in tho world, to compete
with his great show in magnitude and
merit. No one has thus far knocked this
cliip from the veteran manager's hat.
County court with Judge Yocum on tho
bench convened at the court house
this city yesterday, for tho pur
pose of trying two persons
charged with insanity and for the transac
tion of some less important business.
A jury was summoned and tho first case
was that of young Herman Stichor, who, it
Is known, has for some time been laboring
under mental derangemeLt of a mild type.
Marino Surgeon C. R. Carter and Dr. Sulli
van were called to examine defendant and
givo testimony as to his mental condition.
After duo examination they pronounced
him to be deranged, and tho causo of the
ailment to have been tumor of the brain.
The jury found a verdict accordingly.
Dr. Milan was also subjected to a starch
ing inquiry and was found to bo entirely
sane. There is soma reason to believe that
in his case the cliargu of insanity was made
Judge Browning convened circuit court
yesterday morn ing as previously predicted,
but only some preliminary steps were taken
and then court adjourned until to-day. A
lull traverse Jury ot twenty-four was selected
and vanire was issued for a grand jury
which is to meet this morning. The court
will take up tho criminal docket upon
convening this morning.
In a letter rocoivod ycrterday by Mr.
Peter NotT, from Mr. John G ekol, in St.
Louis', the latter gentlemen offers to rebuild
his lately destroyed house on Ohio levee to
tho depth ol fifty feet, two storiss above tho
top of the levee, and ho asked Mr. Neff to
submit tho plans and specification for such
a building, which are already prepared, to
tho several contractors in this city for their
bids upon the work. When the bids shall
have been madu a speedy commencement
of active operations may bo looked for.
Itsuems now that Mr. Poter Nell will
givo tho signal for a vigorous warfare
upon tho blackened ruins caused by tho
several groat fires in the business portion
of tho city within tho last few weeks.
Mr. Netriias decided to put up a pair of
fine two story brick business houses upon
tho lots whore Messrs. Hinkle and Moore's
warehouse stood. lie will use portions
of the remaining side walls, will run
them up to tho required height, will run
up another wall in tho centre clear to tho
top and out above tho roof, so as to make
two distinct buildings twenty-five by
one hundred feet, and each protected against
lire from the other. The buildings will be a
great improvement upon the old, will add
much to the appearance of the easterly side of
Commercial avenue, and will, in a measure,
aleviate tho pressing demand for business
houses in that vicinity. Now let others
fall into line.
Mayor Thistlewood and City Clerk Fol
were notified yesterday by Mr. S. P. Wheel
er, attorney for the Wabash, St. Louis and
Pacific railroad, that he would, on behalf uf
said company, make application - at t!iis
term of the circuit court in this county for
an injunction against tho city council,
enjoining that body from pass
ing a resolution ordering the removal
trom Commercial avenue or any. part
thereof, of the tracks of said company.
This action on the part of the company
was prompted by the resolution parsed by
the city council at its last meeting, declar
ing the tracks to be a nuisance and dirrct
ing the mayor to givo tho company five
days in which to abate said nuisance.
Last Saturday the mayor served such notice
upon the proper representatives of the com
pany here and tho five days will expire
uext Friday, not counting Sunday which is
a legal holiday. After the expiration of
these five days, according to section 12 of
chayterv, tho tracks will be "subject to re
moval upon order ot tho city council."
Or more correctly still, by tho terms of the
sections of the ordinances quoted, the
tracks are subject to removal "after thirty
days notice from tho street committee,
through its chairman," shall have been
given. Such notice was given anu the
thirty days expired some days a jo. The
tracks, or such portions of them as are not
conditioned as required by tho ordinances,
are, ami have been for several days, subject
to removal by order uf the city council
under the section of ordinance quoted.
This action of tho company, through its
attorney, is matter for general congratula
tion, because it will take into the courts for
final settlement questions about which there
would otherwise always be much doubt
and much dispute and much bad feeling.
It will result in determining tlio rights of
both parties to the matters in dispute and
s final amicable settlement of every point
Caiko, III., Sept. 10, 1882.
In your issue of September loth an arti
cle appeared, the object of which seems to
be, to prejudice tho minds, especially of your
Democratic readers, against the Prohibition
movement in this senatorial district. In
order more effectually to accomplish this
object, it is made to appear, that this
movement is being manipulated by tho
"firey-tongued, fierce visaged" Republican,
"John xV. Logan, who is an aspirant lor
seuatorship in 1881."
Now, is it possible, in order to array
partisan prejudice against this question
that it is necessary to make a false im
pression upon tho minds of the readers of
The Bulletin! It is a well known fact
that John A. Logan was elected to tho U.
S. senate in 1879, and his time will not
expire until 1885. Why then, if not to
mislead the unsuspecting, must it bo inti
mated, that if Tims. M.Logan is nominated
and elected by tho Prohibitionists, ho will
bo thero in tho interest of and to vote for
his brother to bo his own successor.
From all I can learn of Thos. M. Logan
if elected, ho will not vote for any man as
U. (3. senator who is not sound on all
questions of vital interest to our govern
But these insinuations aro splendid to
arouse tho prejudices of thuso who are
strongly partisan, and makes a keen cut
ting lash by which they are whipped into
line. Again, allusion is made to tho rod
hot Republican chairman of tho convention
calling ou tho rod hot Republican, Jas. M
Damron, for a speech. Well, in the first
place the chairman had to bo a man who
had been affiliated with cither tho Ropub'
lican, the Democratic or Greenback party
Mr. Ireland having been a Republican
and knowing James M. Damron to be a
young lawyer and in the habit ot speaking
in public and holding a very important
ollico in tho county, how natural that ho
should call on him for a speech. I think it
was altogether admissablo since wo tako
into our party, not only tetotal abstainers,
but all men who believe the liquor traffic
is a blighting curse to our nation. But
such arguments go to show tho amnions of
tho would bj dominant party. What is
the conclusion, let any of us "who tiud
either ono of tho Democratic candidates
personally objectionable, rise above per
sonal considerations," and "regard the ros
smile defeat of tho Democratic candidates
as a imssiiile defeat of the Democratic
party, and as a possiui.e subversion of
Democratic principles." What great Dem
ocratic principles are about to be subverted?
Tho personal right of men to engage in a
business that sends the wail of distress
throughout our land. Will tho fathers of
this country let this cry of "party" and
subversion of principle and all such balder
dash prevail and influence them when
thero is so much involved of living prin
ciple, of vital importance. If sober, think
ing, Christian men can bo thus induced to
vote for any nun tho party may present,
I fear that party rule and party diction
will lead us into inevitable ruin.
Da. J. S. Petuie
The Bulletin pleads guilty to error
in its statement of the date of the expira
tion of Senator John A. Logan's term of
office. The senator's term does not ex
pire until 1885, and therefore Thomis Mt
W. Logan, the blonde favorite of tho
Prohibitionists of this district, could nut,
even if elected to tho legislature next
Novembir, vote for his brother, the said
John A. Logan, who is the dusky idol,
the uncompromising, the not over scru
pulous, the absolute boss and director of
the Illinois Republican political machine.
The Bulletin admits its great error
and has no excuse to offer. Great errors
occur in all great newspaper concerns. In
fact great errors are often positive proof
of a certain species of greatness in the per
son or thi.ig that is responsible for them.
But a few days ago the Chicago Times,
one of tho greatest of all our treat journals,
spoke of Hon. .Charles T. Strattou, the
Republican machine nominee for state
superintendent of public instruction, as
"Mr. Charles T. Strattou, the Superinten
dent ot public instruction and candidate
for re election." Tho greatness of this
error of the Times will be apparent
when it is stated that Mr. Jametd'. Slade
is at present our superintendent
of public instruction ami that Mr. Strut
tan never was and never will be. The
Times didu't rend its garment in angen
didn't curse in all the colors ot the rain
bow, didn't call upon the gods to let
it "stand through ages yet unborn, fixed
statue on the pedestal ol scorn," and, in
tho ligtit of its illustrious example, neither
does The Bulletin do any of these
But The Bulletin pleads "not guilty to
the charge of seeking to mislead, and to
prejudice, Democrats against the Prohibi
tion movement, by "nuking ialse impres
sions upon their minds.'' The Bulletin
sought only to tell the truth; to expose
to view the hidden causes of action in the
Prohibition movement here; to gently
draw aside the shrou 1 of emblematic red
in which it is supposed Mademoiselle Pro
hibition, young, fair, vivacious and unrea
sonable, is hidden arid -rive to its
readers a glimpse of the old hag.
Machine Republicanism, hideous, corrupt,
designing, seeking to conceal her repulsive
form in a stolen garb and by her blandish
ments to beguile and entrap unsuspecting
temperance Democrats into her service.
The Bulletin does not rely upon the
misrepresentation of even tho most in
significant fact in order, not only "to make
it appear, but to satisfy any reasonable
mind of the truth of, its assertion, that the
Prohibition movement here is, unconciously
to most of tho.su engaged in it, of course,
tho pliant, helpless tool of tho crafty Re
publican kno-A'n as "Black Jack" Logan.
Thero is not, and there li is not been, any
need of unrepresentation. The fact serve
the purpose well. We have Mr. Logan's
own word for it that be will givo this and
tho adjoining district "Ids especial at
tention;" wo know that if General Logan
cannot himself get a boost from his blonde
brother, he has some one in tho person of
General Raum who can; we know that tho
Republican party of tho state, in nearly
every district, ha made, and is mak
ing, Strom ell'ji'ts to capture tho
Prohibitionists is acting tho coward, tho
hypocrite, tho ardent admirer, and stultify
ing itself all in order to gain a smile of
gracelul recognition from tho fair damsel,
Prohibition. Wo know that leading Ro
publicans were most active in bringing
about tho Prohibition movement id this
district; wo know that tho mnjority of the
mass convention hero were Republicans,
that the chairman was a Republican, tho
majority of tho committees were Repub
licans, that tho principal, in fact tho only,
speech in tho convention was made by n
well-known whisky Republican, We
know that just before tho convention as
sembled a committee of the most promi
nent Prohibitionists in tho city ami county
were for over an houro in secret caucus
with a promiuont Republican lawyer ami
politician, and we know that all but two
of tho candidates for county offices, nom
inated by the convention, nro Republicans.
And wo know more ttiau this, too, Dr.
Wo know, and so do you, that but throo
representatives in the stuo legislature can
bo electod from this senatorial district;
that thero aro throe candidates
now in tho fluid, two Democrats and
one Republican; that tho election of a
Prohibitionist means tho defeat of ono of
these three, and an attempt to do so means
an attempt to do so, of course. Ami wo
know mark this now we know that it Is
not tho intention of tho Prohibitionists to
defeat Mr. Kcurloek, tho Republican nomi
nee: we know that the Prohibitionists, tho
prominent ones, those who are admitted
to tho holy of holies wo knoAr that they
ut intend to defeat a Democratic candidate,
Mr. Linegir. Wo know thi , for you, Dr.,
HAVE VOUIIS ELK TOLD I' 8 SO.
And yet, after all this, in tin f ice of al .
this, tho Dr. blames in for saying that "the
Prohibition movement here has a very
strong It-publican oder," and charges us
with minrepresentation, and an attempt t)
prejudice an 1 to mislead men, iu a mutter
concerning which "all win run may rea l"
for themselves. With a Blight variation
we may bo permitted to exclaim with the
Dr., "can it be possible that, in order-to
array partisan pnjudice in favor of the Pro
hibition movement here, it is mccs.-ary to
hond-wink aud deceive and create false
impressions upon the miiida of citizens
generally?" It certainly is pursiblo, but
we will not say that the Dr. is trying to do
this naughty thint. The Dr. is oo hoiteit,
too innocent a man for that. He sees tioth
ing objectionable, nothing Republican
about the Prohibition movement ; he sets
only the perfections of the fair maiden
and he glorifies them. In bis good old
ago ho has become charmed, infatuated
with lovely, voluptuness, sprightly I'nhibi-
tion, aud in his infatuation l.e manifests all
the fire and tho bhnincns of inexperienced
youth. Though blind, he would lead, and
beckons others tt) follow, crying, "Come
along, there's nothing wron,', nothing
wrong." The Dr. des not even eee, in the
defeat of the Democratic party of which
he once was a member in good sUndiug,
the subversion" of every gret principle
which has held that grand old party to
gether for twenty years, under circumstances
which would have sent any otbi r organ: 1
tion to oblivion in less than, hail tint time.
The d'tctor refuses to see this an 1 evi cts
the good Democrats of this senatorial dis
trict to be equally blind. lie expects too
much. Ho will bo disappointed.
N EW A I V F. KT 1 1 K 31 E YIN .
-No'.ld-n In thi coin mn'lbne IIm- or K-i rSctnta
one insertion or 1 w r week.
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J- f"Cl lon, 'is 'eel tx-ani; will tarry mlwa two
home wairotie. IV.ce four lliou.aud 4j);r Kor
Information addrett W A. ADE.
1(10 I m lA'iiWiiwur.li Kaui-ie!.
t'OK SALE OK KKNT. The Tlir stt' nue
r corner Eonrtli and l.eee. Alo collate . i ro m
and kitchen, on Eimrth lii- l. leio n WaMutji;
tdu and Walnut . Kor particular V!v to meat
the Three Stt;Hou.o. Ut T. MAfUtNtY.
VOIt HUNT -Onthe c irni'r of K'oirtf nth fir.t-t
and Warbinton avenue, twolir'rk tore 1' v'tl,
and two .ult ol room rulta'ile (' ll.'M liou-e-keeplnj;.
Applv to Mi I.KAI II.
Ou the I'rriul.t.
OK SALE.- !l!nli. (.'haltal MoruMKe. rUl
- Warranty and Warranty Deed at li.u Itnlletiri
Job (1li:e ?H Ohio Levee
'I KKISTINO OXKH'KS-Wu Dave a larue
atock f&t:tii. No. 1 ".M " u.'l that : wIL eil to
tinnier only, in lot of net leu th in two r am. at
fi toper rt-ain ca'li. Addrer.E A. B irm-lt. linl
AN S r 10 hortf power njiritfhl einrim , in uood
condition, and 1J fait horizontal i flue holler,
with all tint va ve. pipe, new heater, drive well
walertnnk. etc., new amok w-k a'l complete,
pr'ceSOi. Adore K. A H.iraetl. Cairo, 111. if.
SKPTF.UBili 21, 11182.
Vli KS B Y-T KIM AN ClIl'IlCII.
Thl Beautiful Cantata will be u'lveti hv Mr J.
M. Landen' Cla Cnntlcttnir of Seventy rive
1'iipU, Young Ladle and ( hlluren. . Asl led y
Mr. E. T. Crowell.
Admllon 35 cent. Children J' rent.
yoU ARK ItESI'ECTFULLY INVITED TO
Millinery, Fancy Goods, Elc,
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY, SKPT. 21, 22 and 23.
Take Till Method of Informing You of Ilia
upvtiiiiii ot nor Auw moi'K or
Bo atire yott no ntitt en omo cli-criiiit French
Hat, the color am tlio 'ntuat Crulied Hlrnwlier
ry, Cadet lllue, Terra Cotta Kutl, Cecil Oreeu, Ac.
Sho has on Exhibition Real L'.co and
t Hand-made Collars ami All tho
A NEW KEATl'KK-A duo lino of HATS for
Hoys from i to U
10 o'clock Tins Mornliifr, Sept. 10 11HJ2.
At tho IUmtdonco of
J. IA 11 AY,
Oth Street, Dot. Walnut and Cedar Streets.
Ilnimuhald good, conltlng of liml.leiuU, unit,-
treua, chair, parlor ot, uxtuiialon laiilu, kitch
en wvro, beating and cook love, tpiouuiwaru.
Warduroho, pictures, etc,, etc.
TllOS. WINTER, Auctioneer.