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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1882.
Mar or-N. B. Thietlnwood.
Triurr T J . K'-rth.
1 It:, it l)i luila. J, I" olejr .
Counselor- - Wiii. II. UHbert..
iUrshal- L. II. Meyer,
Attorney ,1 lllo. in llendrii ks.
UOAUll of AI.UCKMKH
firm Ward Win. Mdlale. T. M. Klinlirough.
Second Ward-Ji-nta lliiikio, (.'. N. Ilil'.'hes.
Third War .111. F, Hluke, John Wood.'
Fourth Ward-Charles O. Patter, AJoiph Kwo
lOda. rifth Wnrd--T. W. lUilldav. Krnest li. Pettlt.
l';r. 'i ii it'.iln I). ! r
rirciitt Cler-A. II lr-ix
County Judge It. S V if mi.
Comity Ciern S. J. li'in:: ..
Cniiuiy Attorney J . M. Im,r m.
County Treua,:rcrV.tles W Park' r.
Hheilll '-.Ji.bli llodgi a.
Coroner It Ht.'frn!(i
t'wiiiy I'mnmUaioM t T '.V. IJa.lidKy, J, A.
Olb'ia und l'eler ra'ip.
CAIli'l IIMM'I I'.-O ir.er TVith and r-n-rr
tr..iM; preaching llrt ai.d Cord Njoday in
sac utoutn, 11 a. in. nd 7:)i i. m : ,.ru)e.' meet.
:tig Tuur-day, 7;5-ip. in. ; -iund niiml. 11 : a.n
It;v. A. J. 11 KS:i Fa-tor. s
l'.ri:'!l ( I'lIB KKUKUVit -iKpiacnpite,
j Koirt"inin airxet; htmday ":o.ia m.. ll.ilf
K ut Ii ir i ; 'J : ' a. 'ii , Su:idi a hi.nl ; "1 it ) iu .
linmlng iiavera; p. ui., 1.' 'eniug Prajotts. F
1'. I.'iv.:n,urt, i. T. B. llccl'r.
si-'sr misusI'.y maptjst curKcn.-
V l'r- ."t.w r ut m :i i. n... i p. tn., snd T:3o p. m.
a K'l ynl ' 7 : p. in Kfv. 'I'. J br:,
f t 'i PfclUN -Ti:l.-"-.'!.to street; -rrvitia !
L ImUi r:m a. m ; iv.udav ac.hixjl ii
MiiTHt)IH!'i' -Vol. Kli.tb and Wal-nt v.W.
Pr. te M.,ir rUbl vh ll:ii. m. in;"A p.m.
-o'.iaa) rt lion, m .: ' ji m H-v. 4. A swumu.
IJIir-l'.lTKhUN- Cislii.li street; jear.Ud iW
J. t atil e'h at 11. n' a. in ai.d 7:;i p. mntytt
triH.-ii..,.. Wr-ti'.'toda at 7:fp. m ; Mti:irtiff!?ri.ol
t6i m. Rev Ij, Y. 'icor;.. raa't.r.
T. .losEi'H S -iKou.aii Ctic.'ihc) foroiV t ro
O and Walnr.t !r..M: -rvliv Nv,ai'i lo.w a.
II. ; br.nday Srhcol at 2 p. rt ; Vrir 1 P m. : r
fitter vi-rjf 'Jay at 8 a. m. lu-v, t lima, 1 ricct.
ST. I'Ari'.l'jS 'S i K inaii C::rUo!:c.H.'rrtr Vlntb
Ti.it aim Wa'i.U.iftun avitr.i.e: t-rvlc hah-
kiath 6 and 10 a. m.; Yrpr 3 p. rr..; ar..nly hrhool
i p. in. .;rvir iivm) lay at a a ra l'."V. M.tt-win
Mr. R. FUZ-iEKALU a;t!i'riz.i i t ao
inor hi in rnil'Uvt luf re-vlfcllon t'j the
ilBix' of Lnr.)Ut:r of AlfAaui:"! tuiiiity at the com
DK N.ivt.'in jer i;i.M,lio:i.
i ll.ml. (DI'KII NTCMlKIT.
Wt; arc am tit r L '. I t) an iii) unci' l h it Mr. P. A
Taylor la an luaeprti lont ca;,il'd .i.jior r lfciiou
ti ine n.'ll or j i:.!. i1.!- mi -ii I ct it riutilir. in
traftio:i, nuliji'nt i.i tii d cuiou ol i.c vo'rr ol
Wi; aitthnrizi.-d to antiniiiift! thit Mr I,. C
iIUH, cif Trirtn-a. I a candidate fur the office "f
ounty Huperiutt'nilt'iit of fcehonU a: lb u ia utnr;
W-i art; anthnr :tn I tn ann .uncu t!ut Mr. SA V ('.
IK L J. HI.' MM will ht- an lnria;.i-nueui catulidatt:
ir t!:f t!li of onnty t'lf.k ai lh rt.miDif ore in
Wc a-.- auth 'f i;d ui ai.n...- TUuy
I ('HAUi.ol H...i:' .9 caa-watJ for '"
.fficenf Count. C'oinmln iouiT at h iiitilii No
,iul. r c! lino .
Wf ar anihortxt-u to i!a! that Mr. J . II. Ml I.
UiiY. ol .'oinnert HI ! int. will be a caiull-
iit Inr Oontity Coiu:u!;ont r at tno coaiiurf 5o-
Vf un- a ltii i'i':d to ami" iu :s that R. A
VI1.H W'ii. of -l-r-'f'n candidal
.,r 1 -a r in-; i.i -Ha't "'o'.iri tn t Mo rivrtti
iivi-i.jii "f I:. iii-iii"'. K'liijt-ci to tin tKtu.iia il a
-uvvati.n of :uj D.miio :r'.ic pi'y
ail Kill pr.
are aula irii-1 to antioiinco .ur
ilolM.ES at a cimliU'u for .-hiT.ff of Alixauiltr
Ed llulictln: VWm annouuee my nam') a llic
candi'ut.Mif iiu pnopl'i fur t!i tiinc" f J'jiiintT
Jndt.' t i'1" NovcMili'ir vlnctiun. Jlnltslt.
"V v7 i".VTa nToTi . i to aiiuoiltKO tti hmuu of
WlI.l'Kit A.U ll'.ll in i Mii'li'l i for til': uBcv
nf '..i-:ii v ) nU of Ut'i.ia lfr County.
We.ir- Hitu.irU.'.l t-. .111 lin.iuro .luatle.e JolIS
II lt.')lltNH )S ai an iinlepfiident rand.d-itM Inr
( 'rein' I id '" at ttv- fiuii'14 Snvc'iil"'"- eleclimi
V. , are ii'itli'inaed tn anno'iu:a Mr. MU.r.s , .
l'ATUi .. !t na n Imlop.-iM-nt cm lldate for treaa
iin.rtif AI binder county hi tl mining November
elect nil . .
LMNOIS CENTRAL ll. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Lino Kunnim;
q DAILY TRAINS
O irrom Cairo,
Making Dikkot Connkotion
Arriving In 8t. I.ouln fMSa.m -! OhlcaKii.H::io p.m.i
"omie'ct.ng nt Odin and KAInKhara for Clnclu
natt, Loulvlllt). Indluiiapolii and polnta Kaet.
ll'lt) .m. Ht. Louis ttml Vintrn
Artlvlmj In 8t. Lotil 7 p. m., and contiectltii;
for all pomta Weal.
M r.O p.m. ViiHt Kxprrt.
JnrPt . I.oula ntid Chicago, arriving at St. Lout"
t();40 p.m., and i:hlrgn 7:' ru
'A:fj() D.I'll, (."iiirnmiitl HiXprBi.
Arrlvlmf at ctnclniintl 7'00 a.m.; I.ouicvllle fi:,'ll
a m IndliitiopoIlK 4:'R a.m. I'liaaengera by
thVtrHln ri'W-h the above jiolnta lis to 30
I.oiiiaviiie 0 : . 0
UUl'KS lu advance of any other route.
rThe3 f)) I'. m iU,ri'M haa TULLMAN
81 LKP1NUOAU Cuiro to Cincinnati, without
change, and through aliiupuni to Bt. l.oult and
Fast Time East.
t . . . ' h thin line ffi) through to Kaat.
I'ftSSI'llJrPrS oolnn without any delay
cauaod by Huinlav lntcrvuulti. The Haliinlay hftcr
noon train from Cairn arrive m uow y o'k Monday
jiornlug atlotiis. Thlrty-nlx hottralu advaitfool
uy otbor rotito, ... .
lITKor tbrotigh tlckeU and rnrtber ttiformntlon
' apply at Illinois Central llailroad lK'pot, ( ftlro.
.1. H. J0NK8, Ticket Agent.
A. II. HANSON, (ion. Fata, Agent. Chicago
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruit$, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength.
without any adulterations or impurities.
Hare gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qua.
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delkate. grateful and natural
fa for for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Baanri,a.alU ThiI . Ir. Prim'a Oaaa Baklaf
l'W, lad Dr. frlw'i lalua 1-rrfaaiM.
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADE COODSt
HKI'ORT UY TIIK. l ONDlTION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
Cairo, tu the .State ol Illinois, at the close of
Oi-toller 3rd, 1882.
Loan and diacoimta
I 4 I-'.: JT2 1.1
V. S. houdi" to nt.-i. ure circuia-
I'. ! hniid" on hand
Other atooka, bouiJ and mort-
Duo from Mi.provt.d ria'-rvj
-"'llt f itt.'JHIl KS
line from otiir National tisnka li',t3 !7
line from Mate hauka Ld
haokr... -jQ.lus jU3,47j 40
Hi'al eatatc, furniture and fix-
Current ii,i.n- and tax-a
Chi ' k and o'.h'-r rnxh ltf.ua. t j.'vk. 74
niin or other llanka 01
Krafiioiiui paper eurmirv,
nl'iclaaud pcunlea. ". MO (j
old fl7.V-J on
Sl'lVrr o.mi t At.i.M. w
I.eL'al Tender note Ij.'M) uo 5'J.Wl 71
Kedfinptlon fund with I". S.
if aaun-r, o p'-r cvni. ot c ir
Cnpital ainuk paid in $ im.fKl 00
S'lrtilua Kniid Va.n iai
I'ndiviiW 1'rotltt I l.'ii4 'i
Rational bank HoU-a outttand-
lng 45,000 00
Individual depodla aubject to
cbeck JUJ.IM M
llemaud re r'jtlrat.-a ofdfpoalt, 14. !'" 8;
Iue to other Satiotial huHk", a.Vl 4;
Line to Mute Imtiki and
hankera ii.fui V- 4!9.SIT 89
Total , 28
Sttitenf lilfiiota. county of Au-xander. ta.
I.Th" Ilullld.iv. l'alil'-r of the ahove tiamea
bank, do olt-mtilv awear that the above atatemenl
t trili to tlie beat 'of mv know'uili.''' and belief.
Tuna. W. llAixitiAY, laahier.
Subaerllit-d and aworn tn before me tht 9th day
of Oct , W-J M. J. 1Iiiwi.ev, Notary public.
I oiiHEi r-Atthit:
IC 11 C'l VMS..IHM. .
ti. I). Wn.i.tAMa.is, .Director;
11. H. CaSDKK, 1
rrilB KKl.l'LAH CAIRO AND TAUIXAU
1 OAILY I'ACM.T.
HENKY'F.. TAYI.Olt M.iator
OEO. .IOHES Clerk
Li-avua l'a lucub for Calr'i d i ly (.;! ndava except
nil) itt a :n. atidllonud I Ity at 1 m. K'-'turn-lug.
L. avei Cairo at t p 111. Uo.i:i l. City at 5 p. m.
pAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and aflor Motidav, July -41. nn ltiutll furilter
nolle '.tho ferrybotifflirni) .Htntua will run an near
aa poaailileon tbu followliu H'"" table!
.BAvaa t.iv tiarai
KontFourtli at. Mlaautirl Land'R. Kentacky Ld g.
. , I! - . I ' "
fltmia. m. 7:00 a.m. 7::i'a. m.
H;ito n:() " : "
Ki'iiD " IIiihi " 11 :i "
jump. m. tt::ii. m. 8:w p. in.
Lew l.eavo tiiiavo
Fool KouMh t. Konluclty Ld'g. MlMourl Land'g,
4:ihip, m. 4 : i' p. tn '1:10 p.m.
On laattrhiloavlngKi'titti'-kvlatidlngHl 4 :3 o'clock
p. 111 . lb" boat will go to llirna roiut. making cod
! tinn with T .t St.. I. iiaa.enirnr train for Cairo
Klrat trip at tl:;l) a. in. leuvliw Oalro, Will connect
wild l . tB ei. ii. triu n leaving cairo.
QEOUOK U. LEACH, M. I).
Phviioian atnd Surpeon.
Hn.ic.lul nttnntlon Imld In ilia II nmnobalhlc treat
metit of surgical illauanea, and diseteea of women
and children. .
Office t On 14th atreet, oppoll tho Pot Oftlca
W. F. Lav BDi.y, rlv;r editor or .'hie l!in.i.rin
and tteaajhoit paaenie.- a'uiit. Ordiiri for all
klndiof aluamboat Joh priming ollcitcl. Oillcu
at 1'lauurt Uotol, No. 51 Ohio levee.
The Clinton from S'. Louis fur Meiii)liia
The Httlliday from New'Or!cHn.s in due
here to morrow.
Weitlier clou )y Hiid cool yestorduy.
The Commonwealth leaws St. Lou'u fur
Vicksburg this eveniri".
The Vint Sninklo left Cincinnati ye
ttrdny fur Mempb:a.
Thi" Golden Rule in advertisitl to leave
Cincinnati Saturday for New Orleans. -
The Fannie Tatum is booked to leave St.
Louis this evening for tho Tennessee river.
Tho City of Providence for Vickshurg
will report here f.0111 St. Louis this morn-iii-.
The rtrlitiMe Hudson-from St. Iuiis'is
due to-tiilit for IVIuchIi and Shawnte
town. The Uelle of Shrevejmrt left St. L-uis
last evening, and is due here to morrow.
She goes for New Orleans.
Capt. S'liu Hildreth, one of the oldest
living comman'lers of the Louisville umil
liiic, died at Madison, hid., yestordny.
The new canal at Louisville was open
yesterday. So the lariat boats can p ss
down uninterrupted unlets detuine-1 by low
TrcCi'yof Ileleni from Memphis ar
rived yesterday at 8 a. m. She had a
mi (derate trip and departed for St. Louis
The new and splendid stenmtr S. II.
Parisot, just built for the New Orleans &
Betid trade left Cincinnati yesterday. She
is sa"d to be No. 1.
The Will Kyle from New Orleans is due
here for Cincinnati to-morrow i-veniog.
Passenger Agent V. F. Lambdin will fur
nish tickets at low rates.
The Paris C. Brown was released trom
her perilous position on the bar in front of
Tiiitonville, and is now on her way to New
Orleans Willi a solnrirli,! irin.
The Annie P. Silver will load for New
Orleans at St. Lmiia. and will ir.li..Ki
leave tuereeatuMay. sne cuiuu on iuu
docks and is in apple ord'."
The Jas. V. ti-iff for Memphis will re
port here very early this morning. She h.is
a tiue trip for the present stage of water,
and will receive additional freight here for
Memphis an 1 way points.
The lower river bo its are off-ring the
tnot ix irli.tant wages forroustabnuts and
deck hands. The Natchez paid 70.00 per
month for her last crew, and had a hard
time- in s-curing them at that figure.
From whit we have heard of the new
packet, Henry A.Tyler, which was built
especially for the Ca:r, Hickman, New
Madrid and Osceola trade. As a speeder
she will rank with the best of them.
Mr. Langtrin, watchman of the Arkansas
City who was stabbed recently by Tom
.Itsper, colored, is rapidly recovering from
the severe wound received at the hands of
the said Jasper, who is uow in jail awaiting
The Ous Fowler, Capt. II. E.Taylor in
command, will connect here this evening
with the Illinois Central railroad lor all
points east and wist. The howler is relia
ble, ami the traveling public can depend on
her. She leaves here 011 her return trip fr
Padiirah at 3 p. m., connecting with the
Chesapeake & Ohio railroad, also the Pa-
ducah & Memphis railroad.
All of the lower bulkheads of the new
Will S. Ilaya aro made of corrugated irou,
not wood. All between her main and boil
er decks will bo painted with Asbetos Hie
proof paint. Shu will use tho Edison lights
instead of oil lamp, and registers instead
ofetove3. Nothing will be spared by her
owners to mako her as near tire-proof as a
boat can possibly bo built.
Capt. K 1 Donally, of Cincinnati, afier a
longseige of uteaniboating, concluded to
take a little jaunt to tho country. A few
day 8 sinco ou a bicycly be started out to
go40 miles to his beautiful country seat
buck of Cincinnati, but wound up by colli
ding with a buggy in which ho was severely
bruised but no dangerously hurt. ''Presume
ho did not blow the right signal."
Mr. Jas. M. Lang, junior member o
Lang Bros., druggists, of Paducah, was
married last evening to Miss Georgia Mc
Kee, oftho iamo city, tho high contract
ing parties aro both exceedingly popular
Wo were" not astonished when Informed of
tho happy event, as Jimmlo was nlway
strongly Southern in feeling and "his got
ting "tuck on Georgia" was not to bo won
dorcd at. ' Ono thing mre wo can miy that
Jimmiu'a choice proves that ho is t man of
good taste; and may lies and his boautifu
brido travel the voyago matrimonial witb
undisturbed happiness ami success. Jin)
send u a luck of your blon1y hitlr that we
runy know wlmt you once were. "Fare
wll, old boy, y(,u're in lor it, and we can't
"WK TOLD YOU SO."
. The average Republican oditor (and ho
is abroad in Illinois at this moment) is
now taking the Temperance Republican
into a comer, and with much mysterious
head-shaking is saying to him :
"We told you so."
To which the Temperance H- publican
"Told me what?"
Average Republican Editor. Didn't wo
ted you that it )ou peisisted in your
foolish attempt to prohibit tho sale of in
toxicating liquors in Illinois, you would
defeat th'j great Republican party the
party of great moral ideas, of progress, ap
propriations and oflieial patronage? Didn't
Temperance R-publicm How cau that
In'? Haven't we Republicans always said
that D.'inociats were the whiskey nun,
and that ,ve were God's own people, op.
P'-sed to slavery to polygamy to gam
bling to drunkenness to all unright
eousness? We have abolished slavery, and
are gradually attacking polygamy very
gradually. Khali we now hesitate to attack
the demon of Alcohol, and thus stnkoa
blow at a gigantic evil? By doing so will
we not weaken the Democratic party? II
we reluse to do so, will we not olfen i the
religious element of our own party the
great Methodist, Presbyterian and Baptist
churches? " Can we afford to hesitate on so
momentous a que.-tmu? Can we refuse to
Average Republican Editor Give that
kind of talk to gowlings 111 polities. We
want none of it. It ii stuft. Ymi and 1
know, that the R-pubbcau party will never
be eh feated by the decsertioit of the preach
er and chinch element. The preacher is a
machine man. Ho follows, with a hymn
and pMyer, wherever he is led, mid his
gttitle fl ick toliows after him. He kn vs
what is right, but he will never break away
from the party to do the right. He is only
the chuinpinu of the right when it is ex
pedient for the party to do the right. So,
during twenty years and more, ho luiai
tna'ie his political bed with s tlounkeeprs
beermtkers, whiskymaker,ignoia 'ce, long
haired lunacy -f every kind, Bob Incrooll
C'iuMiKgpft'e!Hiui!sf ot'Nvi.iel, our puty is
composed, and has sniffled about the de
pravity of the Ti.ru,vritic ) u 'y, c tiling it
the party of ungodliness, inebriety una
thievery. We can't drive him away from
us. But the whisky element of our party
is more sensitive. The moment we intimate
that we are opposed to the evil of saloons, it
begins to "kirk." ami what is the nn!t?
The defeat of the great R 'publican party.
Look at O iio. Tho moment the salooj
and beer element of our party Wtnt ovt r to
the Di'tiionats, we lost the state Km the
state made sacred by the duct "flbr fi dd.
Don't you see? We must keep the whisky
element on our side, or we mit puri-.h as
a party. It his kept us in power for long
years, and wo must cling to il as the sik ol
our political salvation.
Temperance JRepublican. would
you have us do?
Average Republican Editor. Do? Why
cry: "Down with Prohibition, an. I up with
tho flowing bowl." This mint be our
shibboleth or we must go out of politics.
Wc must keep the whisky element or be
lefeated. The moment the Democrats' so
cure that elemeut we are "gone." We must
keep it. We uiu.-t all get diuuk often U
show the whisky and beer clement that we
are nil right. Instead of using unferment-
ed wiiiu in the churches every good Repub
lican preacher must use beer hereafter. In
this way we may c.ontiuuu unity and power
in the great Republican party the party
of moral ideis. In this way we 111 iy con
tinue the h ippy union, within the Ri pub
Menu party of tho preachers and Ingersoll;
St. John, of Kansas, and the brewers; Neal 1
Dow and the distillers; Gough and the
salooii keepers; Garfield ami Guiteati ;Cotik-
liug and Blaine; tho Bouchers and tho Dor?
soy's; iholeurninnof Yale and the ignorance
of the cotton field; tlei wealth of Vauder-
hilt and Gould and tin: iiiiallo of tho low
dive. In no other whv than tins can the
Republican party Mm prm I jurty of per
fumed Arthur mid of tho uoisoiun Biady
bu maintained in power. 'P'crel'oru the
Republican cry must be; "Down wi:h Pro
dilution, and up Willi the "Inter I" Do jou
Tompi'iaiii'o Ropuidiciiti. Like the blind
man, I hit clearly.
Average Republican Editor. Taku a
Temperance Ri publican. For tho sake of
tho R 'publican patty yes. Beer please 1
Average Republican Editor. Good!
Whisky, please htraight I
The glasses are clinked, and tho lobar-
manious harmony of that conglomeration of
a litllo good with a great variety of bad
ness called tho Republican party, is con
tinued. But nevertheless, tho handwriting is on
thn wall. Tho Republican party has been
weighed in tho balance and found want
ing. It will be sent to grass. And then
w have tho pleasure of taking aside both
the Temperanco Republican aud the Aver
ago Republican Editor ami saying to them
cheerfully : "We told you so, and you ought
to be il 1 glad of it."
li. !. TIUE CARD AT CAIRO
ILLINOIS CENTRA I, h. It.
l .'INa Ilkl'AUT. TKAS AKIUVIt.
.fo.-,a.m I MWr. tsifia.m
tAfcini'ibiiiiin.ll tlOa.m Kxpreaa 11 :10 a. m
ttipreaa 3:50 p.m Accomdatlnn . .4:l.'i p.m
C. !r. I. A N. o. it. It (Jurkaon Uonte).
Mull . 4 tia.m I t.Muil .. 4. '.in p.m
tKsnreaa M:: o a m tRxpreaa 10 a m
tAc'inodation 4: .'Up 111
ST. L, ('. K. K. (Narrow (laugo )
Expreaa lo:jr,a.m I ttxprwaa 4:Mp.m
Aifom'datlon. 1 p. pi Ai coia'daloln 12:01 p.ui
ST. L . I. M. A S. It It
'Kxpreaa II :SUp.m I tKrpreaa ;w p rn
tAc.com nation, icliop.m I tAcoom'dation tl:4.'ja.m
'.VAItASU, HT. Lot: IS A PACIFIC U'Y CO.
M".ll A K. .... 1:4, .m VMall A Ex.... :J) p.m
Oaily except Suiiday. t Daily.
MOBILE OHIO a. K
Mail :itta, ni. I Mnil ,
Kxprtaa B.-O'j a, ni. Exprea
1 p. in.
jyf. W. C JOCK I YN
D K N T 1ST.
Oi' rl K-HiB'itli Street, near Com!, prcia: Avenne
K VY. '.VIIITLOCK,
OKn: a-N,:. Coiiimerr.ia'. Avetme. b'jlweci)
tijUtb ami Sinln atre.'U
ALW lYS AT
J01IX JOHNSON & GO'S
S A LOO N.
Late Koehler's, on Eighth Street.
f;.'.lr''r'1 " iV'.n lnA always on hua.
and l.ta iors " "
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
F. HHOSS, President. I P. NiCKF, Vice I'rea'nt
11. WKLl.N, CisUi.tr. T. J. Kertli, Aai-'l 1 ash
F. Broaa Ca'ro I Witliam K'01,0. .Calm
1'e erNetr ' William Wolf....
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Iv.A. Uuder " I II. Wells
J. Y. t'lemfon, Caledonia.
AilK.NElt.VjIIANKlNtl UL'SIN KsS iK.NE.
Kxfliaiigii ati'd and bought . Iiiterupt pnltl II
tlie . saving. Oep'irtniDiit . Colliicttotia uiail ) nuu
Itll btiaineai promntly attelidutl to.
JEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Ihe liHi'est Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
WOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATlJOlt & OO.'.
Oor. S'liioleentb street I pn i.v 1 1 1
Commercial Avenue. I v
flMIK CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Tt OHIO LKVKK,
A General Banking: buHinoM
' TItOS. AV. II AIjiI.I DAY.
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health and avoid sickness.
Instead of feeling tired and
worn out, instead of aches
and pains, wouldn't you
rather feel fresh and strong ?
You can continue feeling
miserable and good for no
thing, and no one but your
self can find fault, but if you
are tired of that kind of life,
you can change it if you
How? By getting one
bottle of Brown' Iron Bit
ters, and taking it regularly
according to directions.
Mansfield, Ohio, Nov. s6, i83i.
Gentlemen : 1 have suffered with
pain in my tide and back, and great
soreness on my breast, with shoot
ing cains all through my body, at
tended with great weakness, depres
sion of spirits, and loss of appe
tite. I have taken several different
medicines.and was treated by prom.
Jnem physicians for my liver, kid
revs, and spleen, but I got no relief.
1 thought I would try Brown's Iron
Bitters; 1 have now taken one bottle
and a half and am about well pain
In side and back all gone soreness
all out of my breast, and I have a
good appetite, and am gaining in
strength and flesh. It can justly be
called the king of mtJicintt.
John K. Aubndbk.
Brown's Iron Bitters is
composed of Iron in soluble
form; Cinchona the great
tonic, together with other
standard remedies, making
a remarkable non-alccholic
tonic, which will cure Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria,
Weakness, and relieve all
Lung and Kidney diseases.
I I'itosi'KiTl.s I
THE "OLD RELIABLE NEWSPAPER,
Jourual for the South ami West.
Iu Ujulnisits proapectna for lSt2-'83, the Missou
ri Republican poluu to Hie co e pie to fulfilment of
all lt pant proiuiaoa. iisritoi tho last year, (with
tlieopemtitf of ncwllu 'sof communication, sprvad
lnii in every direction), It has izreally Increased lis
luletirnpUic rvlce; auitrueuted Ita corps of editors,
ruportera anil correspondents; Improved Hs me
chanical features; bettered ita ay ale m or conduits
Inn and arrannliiir the uewa, and maintained, iu
regard to ib character of Its contents, the reputa
tion It It. 1 Innn bold throughout th j wbolu Couth
viueteru country us t .iu
MKST NMVSI'Al'KH I'illNTKD.
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criuic l-.iiitli h iiewapapur published in t. Louis.
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party id iinlveraully recognized as atrotu; iu logic,
whtlal moderate and conservative In tone lu its
cxpoaures of tho corruption, pmfilgut y and evil
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and uggreaaiv.'. hut 11 Is lu the uirtenal Internal
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commenting upon tlm moat lut'ireming tiewa of
the nay, lis energies are devoted to the progress
ami pioaperlty ol'
tub oitiesT MissiHairrr vat i.tx
And the Iribnlary region". From Its columrs mere
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