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M JOHN II. OltEWiY
0lu luUetin.
Krom Hit Adilre. of lieiiiovrutic Couareeiue
Let there be no dissension ofooat mlaor
matter ; no (Into lout in diacussloa
of dead event) no manifestation of
narrow or prescriptive reeling no
siinrllli-o of tho cause lo gratify pr
annul nmliltlon or resentment.
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
roll CONOItKSI STATE-AT-LAROK,
tiltS. tril.MAM II, AXDKKSO.Y,
Of Jelfersoo Count!.
KOIl STATIC THKASURXR,
UIIARI.M RIDUI.KY,
Ol Sangamon County,
rilR kL'I'KKINTKXtlENT Or riHII.IC INSTUC
TIOK,
Cll AHI.Ett ff.tHHU,
of ivifi Cuimtr.
roR pr.yiTK.vmur commismojikb, (lo.no
Ut'.S. IMtA.MCIMT. NIIKRMAJV,
Of Cook County.
roKPK.VITESTlAUV COMMISSIONER, (UIOIIT
TKIlM,
THOMAS m:iHO.i,
(If Adsine Comity.
TOR CONOKKf.H XIIITH lilSTHICT,
(Ol.. JOIIX M. CHICUH, of Whlla Co.
KOIl HKN'ATOKS, 1st MNTKICT,
. IC. OIIISOX, of (Jallatln County.
I HUMAN A.K. UOI.CUniJ.of L'nloaCa
rofl SlCl-ltKSK.VTATI VE -lsT UI.HTRICT,
If. WATNOil VVKHU.
roii HiiERirr,
AI.KXAXDICK 11. Ill VIM.
you CO HON Kit,
lOIIM II. liOMSMAN.
Soldi wis should .not vote for I). W
.Muun becntue liu was guilty of tho uu
noldiorliko conduct of resigning hi
commission iti tho army, in the face of
a defiant cMray and coming home.
It is reported tliat n couple of Cairo
Kalicaliiactu.illysuggested tho propri
cty of manacling Mathcw Donahue and
tDijiealiriK him uutil after tho election.
They feared a continued exposure of
Dan Munn.
Tun new 1'unnsylvania legislature is
thus divided ; .Senate Democrat, Ifi ;
Kadicals, 17. House Democrat, 41;
Itadicals, .111. ltadical majority on joint
hallot, Kt, us against in the last
legislature.
CltAiiLKd PeI.vhk, Ksi, tho Demo
cratic candidate for Superintendent of
I'ublio instruction, is one of the best
scholars and most talcutud men in- tho
Northwest, and if elected would bring
about much needed reforms in our pub
liu fcliool system. Vote for him.
Oov. I'almor says that (Sen. William 1).
Anderson vns ono of tbu bravest and mini
olodlunt soldiers of the war. To the in
Wroatory, proJiod by tho Radical papers :
" When nod where vri Anderson uiatioa
General," Gov. I'almor says : "I saw him
nudu h GunerRl on tbu field of battle, In
the faco of the enemy j ami n braver man
nnvcr thouldorvl a mutkrt or drew a
word."
Cot.. Crobs enlisted in the I'nion
army in tho year 1SD2, engaged in soino
of tho bloodiust conflicts of the war,
and did not return homo until tho last
gun had been fired, aud armed rebellion.
had been suppressed In every part of
thu country. I). W. Munn, in nil his
life iiovur smelted rebel gunpowder, but
resigned, in the i'acu of danger, and re
turned home.
Till! Little Kock (7i It? .-ays : "It
is now very certain that wo cannot havo
a fair registration of tho lojjullj quali
fied electors of tho .State; and that that
result U to bo attributed entirely to a
fraudulent and eorrujit violation of tho
law, mi thu part of registrar, in refus
ing to rector thousands of persons who
uro not disfranchised by any law .State
or Federal,
Mksbhs. Crofoot, Duell, Crany and
Dlcw, of Charleston, Illinios, certify
that thoy know I). W. Munn, aud that
during tho years lS5ii-(l ho was a vio
lent Know-Nothing mid denounced
tho principal clement of our foreign
born population ns ''lazy, lousy, loung
ing, licentious Dutch and Irish, upon
'whom tho American peoplo should
"never confer tho right of BufTingo."
Who knows that I). W. Munn does not
to-day eutertain tho raiuo sentiments?
lied Nlorklusia va. Mutual.
Cincinnati, Novombor a. Tbo match
gnnio of base ball played liuro to-day be
tween tho Red Stockings und tho Mutuals,
of Now York, resulted in a victory by tbo
Hods, by a score of 23 to 7.
The following Is Uio score;
Inninos. 1 2 3 4 S 0 7 6
lied Stockings .1 4 0 2 3 18 323
Mutual. 000 2 003 3?
& CO.
Tim Carbondele A'tte Kra says : " Jake
bmjdtr aiked Col. Crebs II ho wai n't a
i JCnuw-N'otbing." Tho Cairo Sun layt,
" HV charged that Col. Crrbe wai a Know
Nothinjr, Consequently," My tbeeetrra
eiois gentlemen, "Col. Crb ua st Know
Nothing." By tbe tarn style of reason
ing if wa should aik these editor If Ibty
r hurifthlttt, wa would bo enabled to
form tha conclusion that they art horie
thloves. The absurdity of tho concluilon
would bo no greater In tbo ono eato than
In thu other.
Tbo Itepubllcnc prci of the country
icumilobeuniinlmou in lUcondemnHtlon
of I'retidont Grant for his shamuful con-
duct In tho cao of Gen. Cox. Sonlronirly
purtl-jn a journal ai tho Toledo Hindu
"Wo uro tlnd to nolo tho rnnort thatthn
Ohio Itfpubllcnns In Con(resii lustnlncd
Gov. Cor nnd dlmpprovod tho action of
uio rresincni in nis caa. rno L'ennivl
vhiiIu utilisation it $M to bo reitionilbla
for the had decision tniulu in Uil rnte. Wa
arc c;bc that our reprtxfnUtlvrn aro of
nonwr spirit man tiio low grauo or poll,
tlvinnt who harn managed to Inflict vital
Injury on ourcauio In the Kyyitono State.
WHAT IS COMING XKXTf
Tho N. Y. Tribunr announces that a
strong effort will be made during the
coming njwioii of Congress to increase
the salaries of government officers and
employes. Tho department clerks, it
adds, make their claims ujxtn the fact
thiy nrt htrgay aumtd to jxiy aim
kii'om rjpottt of Congrrumrn. The
proposition will cmbraco cabinet offi
ccrs, judges of the supreme court, heads
of bureaus and judicial officers. The
government clerks aro taxed not only to
pay the expense of electing members of
Congress, but State and local officers.
Kven the women employed arc not
spared, and protest against the injustice
The proposition now is to take money
directly from tho treasury to pay He
publican electioneering expenses.
SPKCVLATJOSS.
A gentleman who has traveled
through fourteen eouufiss of this Coo.
grcMuaal district, and has narrowly
witched the progress of the pending
canvas, cpcculatoj as follows an to the
renult. He nays that with the excep
tion of l'opo couuty, hu concedes all
ic majorities to Munn that prominent
'adiralx claim :
I'liKlls'
MAJOR.
Ml'XM'
WAJOIl.
COUNT IKS.
Wnbuall
KdtvarJs
Whitu
Gallatin
Ssline
Williamson
Jackson
Terry
Tope"
Massac
Juhoson
Union
Pulaski
llardiu
Alexander
. IV).
400
,.1000..
,. 350..,
.. 200..
eo
330
300
100
400
ISO
900
1W
100
Total 3850 1810
Munn's majority 1810
Crab's majority 1040
Th Jtemocrauuf Union county (lain.
wiai moy win run up a majority o, j.i.w .
tor trebi. 1 he DcmotrittH of Jute I
good tor Olio majority
for Crebs. If those expectations are
realized, and the other figures stand I
good, the majority against Munn will
reach 1,000.
Admitting, however, that all these
estimate ure ton high and that the ma-
jorities for Munn are put doiu, at too
.... ...
Iowa tiL'uro. wctind it nutiossib o tocv-t
pher out Munn's clcotion without goiiij
intOMippOMtions that will rtriko thu
intelligent reader as absurd. Wo can
givo Muun Alexander county by 200
majority, Popo couuty, by -100 ; John
son by 500 ; Perry by 400 ; Jackson
by 200 ; Kdwards by 150 ; Massac by
200; Williamson by 150 und Pulaski
by 250 forming uu aggregate majority
greater by 500 votes than was received
by Gen. Ilauui, and still elect Col,
Crebs.
Tbo Muunites of Alexander county,
however, continue to"whistlo to keep
their courage up," whilo in Perry aud
other parts of tho district they freely
confesM that thoy don't even expect to
elect Munn,
l.st loss Pi-HNts ! laS VatirSsi Can.
alossiU Pislrlot.
Tbo friends of Judgo Gooding, the lately
defeated Democratic candidate fur Con
gross in thu Fourth District, recently re
quested permission to examine the ballots
of tbe South Precinct, at Klchmond. Far
mission wa granted thtni, and thoy found
oleveu moro votes for Goodlog than tbe
election board that mada tbo original
count. Tho board wa then railed together
again, aud made a re-count, wbicb resulted
In finding a majority for' Gooding.
uvnuvu moy cau uo juu ucitcr inaii tn.n, .ii,: .. ...i ,i. v. ..i.t.. .1. . 1 nnu 11 11a t years 11 V uir ymwii ihw.
and trive L'roba 1 "00 mnioritv ami in 1,,! 1,,aa,,rt,"' aml ,lu V" know that rft,0 ,,,; v, r wa, ,.!lraor,...l.
. h . I r "iajor,,y """ "' liu lias slUoliaretl nil the trusts they John Clmu'v, nn.r.b..) .s'lxth w .rJ, u -n
lorinatioi. from .Sliawnoototvi, u.suros u, , , . , , . , , , tlcmm w,ll Un In Ihwrnrni. ,
CAIltO,
The Democratic
Ticket
County
WEBB, 1RTIN AXD GOSSMAN.
If the full Democratic strength is
brought out, Alexander county will dc
clarc herself still truo to her ancient
faith. She has never yet faltered, but
has Htood BtcadfaMly by Democratic
men and measures through tho advorro
as well as tho prosperous days of the
Democratic party; anfl to keep her
faithful it is only necessary for Demo
crata to turn out nnd vote.
On the Democratic county ticket,
Hon. II. Watson Webb is a candidate
fur a teat in tho loner house of tho
Legislature. His opponent is Jowctt
Wilcox, hsi.
Aloxandcr H. Irvin, Kq., is the
Democratio nominee for the office of
Sheriff. His opponuut is Mr. Martin V.
Drown.
Mr. John II. fiossmau is the Demo
cratia candidate for Coroner. His op
ponent is Mr. Christopher Ostcrloh.
Now wo submit it to nil sensible men :
Have not the,' Democracy presented
tho superior ticket ? Aro not the Dem
ocratic nominoos better qualified to in
telligently aud successfully discharge
tho duties of the offices for which thoy are
named than their lladical competitors.
Mr. Webb is well known as un 'old
and substantial cititcti of Cairo ; a suc
cessful lawyer ; a heavy tax payer, and
as a man having no interests that arc not
identified with those of tho whole peo
ple. He has nerved in the Legislature,
and is, therefore, entirely familiar with
all the usages andparliamentary rules
governing that body.
Mr. Wilcox, Mr. Wobb's opponent.Jis
a gentleman woll qualified for the posi
tion he now fills, but he is utterly unfit
for tho official place the lladical elique
of Cairo have named him for. Ho can
not, if elected, as Mr. Webb cau, intel
ligently participate in the legislation
reudcred necessary by tho adoption of
thr lew constitution, nor cau ho effec
tively move in those matter in which
his constituents will be particularly in
terested, except as superior minds may
move him.
We have already urged upon Demo
crats the fact that with the election or
defeat of Mr. Webb, tho Democratic par
ty will gain orltwoa vote for United States
Senator. Every Democrat should bear
in mind that his individual vote may
elect Mr. Webb; that Mr. Webb's vote,
in the General Assembly may electa
United States Senator, aud that the
Tote of that United States Senator may
.ontrol that import-tut branch of the
general government in the interest of
tho Democratic party. Too much iiu-
ortance cannot, therefore, be attichcd
to a ciiiL'lo vote, in a contest liko tho
UTt,Mllt .vl,, .,, ...,u.v..v ,.,,..1',. tho
vietorv u I10t i(M,irC(l toi,ilor ,,..,..
, . . ,).,.-..,,.. L..lMln,!n,o
fnr j. h ;( p,,,,!,,,,, of ,.iailict ;
satisfactory manner. Uu thorouulilv
understands all thu details of the ollicu
for wbioh hu is contending, and we all
know him as an houorablo and obliging
uciitlcmaii
I Wi nri tint uiir1iiitit1 1 nftittniiit.til
...:.i. i - i i- it. m i....!...
' r' l," 6 '
lintiL'llt. tn MiOak. Iriim nur mrn l.nnvvl
edge, of bis iialiticntious ; but tlin.-n
. '. . '
who havo known him all his life iisMiru
us that he U"a good Mirt of a man," but
wholly unlit for tho olllcc of .Sheriff.
Uis official career, it is believed, would
prove one continuous failure, and many
of those who aro personally his friends
say it would be a kindness to him to
permit him to stay at homo.
Tho offico of Coroner, for which tho
Democratio county convention named
Mr. J. (lossumn is not, of itself of
much importance, but as the Coroner is,
under certain circumstances, called
upon to act u Sheriff, it becomes csen
tial that wc should select a man who
can intelligently act in tho last nauiod
capacity. John II. Oossman (or
'Heury' as ho is more commonly called)
and Christopher Osterloh, being pre
sented to you, which would you choose,
if your choice bhould be determined by
considerations independent uf politics?
Certainly there) is no inau who, who
would not say that Mr. Gosaman is the
superior man. He has had much ex
perience as a police and court officer,
aud filled overy position to which he
r been called in a manner creditable
1 - t -Mim. miir.i :ii r.ii'iun iii-triL'L
ILLINOIS, NOVEMBER 5,
to himself and satistfneorily to all con
ccrncd.
Mr. Ostorloh,Mr. (lo-tstnaii's lladical
opponent, is a quiet, plain, conscientious
aud honest citixen. Ho aspires to no
office, and has taken no part in the can
vass whatever. If he is elected he may
servo, but quite sure wo are that it is a
matter of indifference to him, whether
he is elected or defeated.
Such, reader, aro the tickets, pre
sented to the voters of Alcxandcrcounty,
If you placo the capacity and general
fitness of tho candidates above political
considerations, you will vole for Webb,
Irvin nnd (losstimii. They are tho su
perior men, in point of capacity, nml if
elected will prove efficient, honest and
obliging officers.
HONEST ELECTIONS.
Fresh Lists of Thieves and Murderer
Set Up In 'cvr York by Presi
dent Grant.
A NTWI.J Or PHINON U1RUH.
Thu desperate attempt of thu admin
istration to stifle tho voice of the major
ity of tho people of New York in tho
lending election, will bring about a
Democratic majority 10,000 greater thin
ver before thrown in tho empire city.
Among other means resorted to in
tbe hojic of intimidating Democratic
otcrs, is the appointment of hundreds
of election marshals aud supervisors
from among tho most degraded crimin-
s, shoulder-hitters and bummers to be
found in tho city. Wc published the
names of a few yesterday. Tho follow-
ing list, taken from tho New York Sun,
Republican paper, contains tho names
of a fowmore. Head tho list, and say
if you cau longer vote with a party that
seeks its ascendency through tho agen
cy of cut-throats, thieves and bummers.
The Sun says :
Muhlolned is a record of sotno of ttia
deputy marshals and supervisors sworn in
ror mo coming cieciion:
Joseph llartnctt, supervisor Eighteenth
ward, was nrrestcd June 3d, 186V, as -i
accessory to i.i miirdoi n Kicuard Gs.
des, a respectable i;rcx:cr, corner of First
avenue and Twcnty-fuurth street.
William Irving, mnrsbnl in tho Eighth
ward, Iim biivn n bitr-tcndur for Tlicodoro
Allen, and served u term of ten yenrs In
Hinj; Sin Stuto prWon for the burglary of
Yates's milk store, in Sixth uvenue, nnd
ever received n purdon.
lliehard Knrl'lit, sunurviior FirU ward
was arretted for robbery and held for trial
In 18C3 by Justice I)lge. Ho secured his
(reedonton straw bull, and could never bo
found for trial.
ItJcbard O'Connor, lupcrvlitr Scvonlh
district bus been for seven vcars a noto
rious receiver ot smuggled cigars from
Havana steamers nt pier -I, North river.
Patrick IletTermau, supervisor Sixth
ward, was arrested soma time sinco (or at
tempting to kill a man.
John Grimes, supervisor Twelfth dis
trict, was arretted Anrll 13. 1803. for steal-
Ing a gold watch and chain from John .Sul
livan. Uu was indicted nnd tried boforo
Judgo Ituuel, and acquitted for want of
H'gtil proof.
iiiuotny l.vncii, tnursiiui Mxin mtirici, i
win formerly a YA uliiiigtou market
lounu'ttr.
Wm. T. Ilurki'. Miwrvl-nr of the Twen
tieth district f the Klclith w.ird, pick
Vork .Sm.Iu ,,rUon, Nii..tlitT term ..f il.r,.,-
pocket; served u tarmoftwuyoar Nw
babttuiil drunkard, a ilut"tabli IouI'.t. with
no K-ltinmtc mi'iiiinf support
MieiaulCitidlo,murh.tlSiciuddistrie'.
wi ilitnUn-l Horn the imllen lori-o viinn ,
years since for ttbu.iiig a lunuilu. Durltif; IB
tbu war bo wu a b-iuiiUlirokcriiml lompur. , 3
Ho swIiiiIKhI tliegovuriiuH'tiiby lurui.liiiii;
fal.e di-i!riitivo li-i. for tln nruiy. lie
ilo.ortitl suve.'nl titii-js and le now a
drurikim ion for.
i'atrlrk Henry ICIly, ulla Fred. Wil
liiuiH, mporvl.or In Tvi'iity-eiMii ili'trict.
Klbtb ward, Keeper of daneo liout jn
Mercer street. Ireiitli'llti'd by tbe Ion eel
ela-ii of pro'tltute, tlilevo , pimp and '
badger pullers.
Hurry ittll, .upervl-or Tiilrleontli dl. '
trii t, a "pal uf Tut llelluruan, u loader of
the Deiul Habbit g ni'4 H" w..k n prinei.
pal 111 tlio C'lliltlliim etrnet eiilieert nleui
murder omo tiiiif ni.", and ll -tl to Oimilin, 1
Neb., where liu reiuaiiied until u I'hw vvnuk '
aincr.
Frederick .Sterrlnr alia Duteli Fred,' '
kupurvisor In thu Kiijhth ward, kvupor of a
luniiu of IIMauie, Inn bocn arivited sev- ,
eral times for kuepln;; a disorderly lions..
Thomas Melntire, iiiariluil Two ty-third
district, lm buun frequently urrvilnd foi
beatini; Ii U aued mother. Uu has been
district, formerly kept a low t;roKi;ery in I
the Five I'oInU tho resort of thieves, miir- 1
dorer. nd prostitutes b.ti, binck ami j
viriiu. .iieuiuivu uvuii I'v-wiwi. i" niii ,.
his vile den I
John Lane, supervisor Twonty-seeond '
district, brother 0 Tom Lane, lfenorved
a term In Sing Slug Stato prison lor re-
ceiving kioien proporty. rormeriy aejii
a rum bolo on Ilaxter htrect I
Andrew Andrews, alias Units Mcliols," 1
Marshal in tho Kihth Ward; panel thief;
served several terms in State Prison ; has
just returned from lllackwell's Island,
William, alias l'omp Ilartou (colurad),
Marshal Twonty-Hccond Ward,JwM arres
ted a few days eitice for vagrancy and
brought bef'ro Jnstlea Ci w'to reqo" 'cd
conflned on thu iiiiina several times. . an r se II I ITfl ftE" 1 '," , "
J. F. Hadonhop .upervUur Tenth ward, JUL , BiSrrir
war arreiteil for murder somo right years l LU J t M I U IIP ' i.Ueier, hiiii
ugo, bavins killed one Dyckman. iaYTsnswoiTiflgnlly''',i''i'is Hiiertiniis
aiUlllHO IJietSV. mint ei.v. w ....... a-.f!.,, ,L i
1870.
him to gtvs ball $400 to insure good be
hnvlor. James AlcCnlie .Supervisor I'ourtb Dis
trict, Klgbtli Ward, is now eondimd in tli
Tombs under an Indlctniunt for highway
roblmry.
Theodore Allen, Marshal Kightli Ward,
ow In the Tombs for perjury.
Waltor Prlco (colored), Marshal in thu
Eighth "Ward, and now confined In tho
Tombs, awaiting trial for highway robbery
cf.nramcii on ono Jic uraui I
Martin Allen, brother of Tlicodoro, i
Marshal Twonty-ncond District, served ,
a torin of live years in thu Connecticut
Statu Prison j Is now a panel thief, nnd
Um lied to parts unknown, having been
sentenced to Sing Sing for llvo year bv
Judgo Barnard. Tho etiso was appealed,
and .Martin cot out on bail.
Edward " caver, Marshal In tbo Eighth j
Ward, has lust returned from pcrv in u
rv iiiuiivu hi iiiv ots.w a inviii
tittil nhfin In ffisi Ssftstn l'rfanti I
Edwanl Pole v. Supervisor of the Ninth
Ward, was arrested a year ago for stealing
a watch.
James I'ltzsimnioni, Supervisor Twenti
eth District. wa arrested Atiirut I. lSCa.
fjr robbery.
lluuiiihrcy Ayr'is, Supervisor Iiigh
leunth district, wa nrreitoJ.sli years ugo
fo" robbin'r tliu l.'nited States "mall.
John Martin. Supervisor Twelfth wrd.
wa indicted a few years nco for arson, tut
escaped it trial.
John Howling, Supervisor Nineteenth
district, was arrested August 211, 1UG9, for
till-tnpplng.
wmiuei kick, uparviior 'iwentiotn
ward, solved it term of two rears In tbe
Slato Prison at Sine Sim; for felonious ns-
sault, committed at tho corner of Doliincy
and Lewis streets.
A ovl Stilt
Sarah Van Camn. of Miitamora, Ind.
has brought suit agaiust M.H. Aldrich, of
Lincinnatt, ror so,U90 uamnges lor tno
loss of her husband. She nllcues that sho
purchased of Aldrich forty gallons of oil,
rcpresentlyby bint to bo non-explosive, but
after cmpting a portion of it, nnd whilo
coining out of thu. cellar with her husband
carrying n lighted caudle, nn explosion
occurred, killing her husbund. She snys
this was caused by too cspioslvo gas or too
oil comlnc In contact with thollKiited cau
dle.
Only twenty-tlvc persons havo been kil
led by base-bnlls during tho season. Tho
professors of tbo exhilarating pnstimo hopo
to bo able to doublo tho number noxt
year.
Dr. RICHAUS
Golden Remedies.
V't Oit nnj. srul tkl Tint, llf lUh n J
Wensr. $l.0UO IIKWAHO for any cue uf iIIksm,
la as stags which Uitr fall to cure.
us. iuiiiai a uui.ni - i.
8Al!S, ,V, I t 2, lit till
rttt.t atlrrsilrfs known.
Hit. IIICIMU'.s IIOI.DE.V
KI.IXIII II'AMOUI! Is tho
flrftfit Tonle anil Aitrlufrut
lit tli MMII l.iiu lit. III.
CIl.tC'M ROI.HE.V ANiniOTK
It the cnljr reliable illnrttie.
These Remllt are cot adre rtlinl to Cure all
CenNalnti, anil benefit none! Imt are rusrantm!
to effect a lladical and !Jiedjr Cure In all ca-es for
which UirT are reonmmended, when all other treat.
men! has fallM. Tens or uioataniU Jtrx recurs.
bjr their uie, who haeo lost all hope,
nvvneeu as mcuraoie or loe ksi
CtJiC.il
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. Sore Ejrci, Ccuno-
Pore Threat
one Krupttme. Cop:
it lit tfwlp, Hcroful
rett nieicnei, coreceis
It Is theUreateit itcno-
vaior, Aiierauro
Ulnod rurlDer known, re-
uoeee an ratreu
Uie !! pure aJf health,
from
the s Titers, ani narei
e a.A bcalthr.
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MH, No, 3, cores Mercurial Alice
' Ilhe umaUitn In all Its forint, and
te relief lo all ca.ei.
(lees Inmed
.Price ofllhtr No, I or 3, S) J xr bottle, or two
MfilfAU'tS GOLDEN
INTIPOTK. a radical euro for all urinary
urranceronie. itico fj
OIL HK'IIAd'S
JL- KUXIlt PAMllfll,
drransero'nte. Price $3 per iKillle,
) i ) ' s
rvtlcal cure f r
yoiinjt Itipartln -,, with wai l rial effect.
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lull of ai'irlte. Iii'iilllniiu, eulio, or mm
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TICKETS jFOR SALE
KAHK t'roiu tlveriioul, Luiitlnutlvrry,
(llitNV-av ir liui'sixioaa lis Cairo
NHlfbrsl , Sleirr'n immIm.
s
ONLY
HAIR mwkwa
ill' I
PhalojJ's
VIOSrfLIA:M
OR,
Salvhjjpn for the Hair.
For Restoring to G?!w Hair its
Original Colo,
Phalon's "ViTi" difTeri
utterly from aHthc "dyes,"
" colorcrs,tnd restorers "
(?) in use. It acts on a
totally dUfercnt principle. It
is limpidYragrant, and per
fectly iniiocWiS. precipitates
no muddy or lutosyilent mat
ter, requires no shaWng up,
and communicates noTvtain to
the skin or the lineij. No
paper curtain is nectary to
conceal its ttuhj-'apjx'arancc,
for'thc sitmyKT reason that;V
not turlyC It is, to all intents
and pufposcs, anew discovery
hi Toil Chi-mistrv.
er PlirhtxjVi "Vitaua" is
warranted to uK:t a change
in the color of the'fc.iir within
lo days after the first ipplica
tion, rhc direction being
carefully obscrved
IT IS as ci;Ar as watkr f
S NO SKD1MKNT.
Prtct:, One Dollar tier lJox.
ciinNni.so ittn i iriun.
Sold bv alNruo gists.
If your Druggi lias not
4 Vitalia " on haiidrf write, en
closing Si.ooxTnd wti will
forward it iiTunediiitelv.
Phalv & Son,
Si 7 Broadway. N.X
Siiecial Xoliues.
Ilttl t-liclitr'M llalr ly.
'I'll fc Mil li mi; UHti-Hlo t not coi.talii lin 1
no ltrlol poleun luvu.tl)solh eyetem or ri-
lilCPileiilli. Ill perfwtly liartnlene t ulil
uiUntaileoii., Avoid thu Minuted an deluiitn
"er.itlrn lwvt:ntf virtues thojr donot o.e
y ii would t'vif lhi 'iliini r. The c'linine
V. A. iMU'lutur n HMr 1ji lie llurlj- jear're
malum to uj.h.'ld it ir.tivnly. riuld I7 D'ux
I1. Appl 'd j M lU.ny tirct, .V. r
nuvildJtviy v
UetlliiK Marrlcil.
r...ny forjounij men, on Hix ImI Kviln ioid tti
proprfriy iiuprnpriety ornilln itiHrtied, with
.miitury licli for llin.exliu lerl liuHltrd foriual
minimal luiiii,'. Hrnt free, in eeiilnd rnri'l
iiit. Ad.Iio.i llon.ird AtiviiiiIon, Um I', I'lill
u li-li!ili, Pa. ...,aIiii
'l'lie liiiirrUlinl,lr I'rriiinir,
A- iiiIh. fir Mfiiin.'. n., ,n ii. e Iijh t,.. .-r
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.iilt ih,..'iii ::i- ii- .f vluii mi., luniiu i.i'e
liuiiin VVnur. iv.r efi'i " ul ,i tin
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ih1 ujirv.'ii1 ' lit ,''-. Mi ei '!)
TN tmr ii .1.1. M il, lie
AUUviail ialt i'lir..4i.' duti. ulj l, ill i illi
otttilela) wrttefii.-I'r. H,irti,l-n, .m-h Tn- in',
seal fr. I.. ai)- .dieke,
M. I. ' llAJIIl.TilN, I. P..
P. i.lio v e i'i' iy.
o, LSI W US
mho M-:vf;f-:, iAH!io.
ITM.TON SONS, - - Froprlelnr
Vti'.Noti tn i'nll lli'i ntlini,
J' -l". Kuill.il A V,,, , ,. J ,r, I 1 I, . III 'l,.
.ill l. n.lHi.f I'imii ,, ii btft mum ill. s"'l idu
it ill l-ei'il "f ill k'uiln. tSl'llllalll rill. 'i..;l''l'
ir .11 ., ,1'imi' I ,, m i.le lli.t'' II I I -t WlillJ
, 1 , 1 uir.i.vur
I VI.NtO.V A-
(Slliee.iiiire m Jul'U Iluriu iti A Co.,)
REAL ESTATE
AlKDTIOiVEERS
74, Second Floor. OHIO LEVEE.
Onlvoi 111,,
Buy and Soil Ileal Estate
FUKMHII AUNTUASJTM III' TIT 1.1
ANU !HlAllltJOaiVKYANt!Ksl
OI'AI.1. KIN HU.
mm ills
DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT. I
SEWING MACHINES
EWIVG Jf.iCIIINEN.
1,
I
aoeuct of
THE DAVIS VEttTICAL FEED
SEWING MACHINE.
The Completed, Simplest anil Ho
m Kcnlng Mhchlno loTIseT
Cor. 8th St. & Washington Ave
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
The demand fur tho DAVId HKWINO MACH
INE In the AtlAntle rtlatcn, wliere t n ) are beit
known, and where tlipjr eupnliint nil nthere, le
ijreater than can bo sutiplled.
Itnerer falls In any kiudof work. II i nlmtiR
consisting nf n few elron? parte, nnd Its rertlcel
fcnl enile It to tun et team and tn turn ror
nrre without chinge of etlieh or termini.
Clothing nnd filoto inanufvturcre prefer It lo
all other, nnd thnt it Is Juit the thlna tor famllf
oewlnir vvcrvbodv wil I ncknowleiluo nflrrriitn.
luitif.
Jlenn. Iludera hare sereral ize nnd ditVrenl
lylc of finl-li, and n-peetfulljr invite all whn
want tkn
BEST SEWING MACHINE
Jlenufuclutrd Iorivo tlicma call lefnre inirrlias.
Intf.'lieH hire,
Call nnd ct a Clrrulnr.
LIFE INSURANCE.
jyjIMMOVRI MUTUAFi
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OFKICfarortlisvrat Car. rossrlh and
uiiwe atrreis, sm. Ioitla.
ChhIi Capital, .
Cash Awcti over,
$'J00,000
- .r. 76,000
AllTHL'R II. IIARKirr, 1
llKiVJ. WIIXIAflN, Hto'y.
re-a'l.
V. M. IIAWR4 ir (iUAV. 113 f.i HnlU .ir..
Cblcitgo, butu Managers furlllinnl.
O. P. Ttiri'EL. Cairo. Hl.iwlal Airent r r Smith
crn Illinois.
Premium Dald to and collection made he f" V
llughee. Caihitt First National Hank.
ociiauJin
JOHN IIYLAIYD'S NALOO
la aeippllcsl with all klsssra er
SUPERIOR LIQUOPS
er. Ale, sjbo.
ON
OMMERCIAIs AVENLE
Bstwaen Eighth and NlathStretU.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
The llilrely, wh loen gnod ll'iuor, should glr
liim atull, and thoeonho want a
F JtACJ R CIO AB
Can hari their wants supplied at his bar.
"OIIN OATEN
Proprietor of the
Milliard Saloon and Bar Room
EI Dorado
100 CssHiBiorcittl Ave.,
On.h'o, - - - - Illinois
Bl.l
j j i:isy lati'muc
ll.l T' t ..e l
Popular Public Resort
Where III.' .i'ur lil' l lere ,rr riMipi.
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ll tli I i:i, I t A M I I i! tlMIOI.V. T kill,
1'iiiiiluit.ii'V .i iiu, . te , ii i utrr tii'iijl mill
lli U .t hii I i .oleKl I -lift Iwr, llie luilrit vru,.
end ii.u i-i.e.y.ir, ete , tu be foiitiJ .n Cirn.
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