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BY JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, NOVEMBER 11, 1870.
ONLY DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.
Jaiikz (1. .Sutherland, Democrat, in
tho Sixth Michigan district, t'cft'at.H.Tolin
F. Drigtrs, Hadical, by a Tcry decided
majority, think of' that : A gain of
one CongresHinan even in Michigan.
.HrmetKNT returim have not been re
:cjvud to determine definitely the polit
ical complexion ofthc next Legislature,
The Republicans claim that they haven
working mnjorlty in both branches. The
correctness of this claim can only be de
termined by tho official vote.
Kiougb, however, in known to amuro
tin that, if the Democrat aro not .ufric
ittutlyftroBK jto elect a man of thoirown
to Uhe United States Senate, they can,
beyond. doubt, defeat the arrogant and
preKuroptiotLi John A. liOgan.
Had the Democrats of Johnson coun
ty'votcd tlio straight ticket, Mr. Xorrin,
Democrit, and not Mr. Morray, inde
jhdent, Republican, would rcjire.sont
that county in the lower house of thc
(leneral Awoiiibly. .Mr. Morray re
ceived .510 vote J iiud win elected by IU
majority. There were G4U vote cunt
for, the Democratic State ticket. Had
all thcao boon thrown for Mr. Norris he
woiiii burn been elected by n majority
of one bnndrcd.
The rfeuiocrecy of 'JoIumhi fought
50 nobly, however, that wo have no
heart to ehide them; but we tin wii.li
they had given Morris thirteen more
votes than tliey did.
THE SENATORIAL CONTEST.
MesHr. Holcomb and (iibiO ti are el
eclfd tothe State Senate by a very hand
some majority notwithstanding their
loins in Job neon county of which we
Tho majority by counties i about as
toCXIIM. MtlrtMltGIMtv. LISKJit tltll..
Alexander 10 -
Tot!i 1815 1093
Majority for Holcomb and (iihsou
722. Thin majority may be altered
.slightly by thc official count ; but in no
event will Mc.-nrs. II. and (i.V majority
fall under C5U.
TimtTEEXTH COXf.itF.SSIO.VAL UIS
Majcriljr fir Col.'CraltB a,M(,
The following figures indicate the re
sult of the context "between Col. Crebs
and TIou. D.,)V. Maun in thc 12thCou
COI'XUSS. CtlM. 31C.
Ale.iinUtf,., . 1'
... -in ....
THE GENERAL SITUATION.
It is bcliovcd that tho Democratic
delegation in the next Congress will
number over one hundred member.
Tho gains havo undoubtedly , boon such
as to put an end to such nbunxioui
practice of tho present houo, by which
tho Radicals, by a two-thirds vote, havo.
been nblo to uuspend the rules and pass
measures without allowing debate.
Much vicious legislation lias been thus
enacted by tho dictum of party rule
Tho military election bill, which ban
figured so prominently, was passed by
tho house in that way, in defiance of
tho protest of tho minority. There
will b, at. least, no suoh exhibition of
indecent hastq in legislation in tho
next Uongnm It is claimed bore, to
day, thai tli'b result of tho elections
will insure a conservative organization
of tho next houso, by which tho speak
er, clerk, and chairmanship of the lcad
iug committees can bo secured. This,
it is aaid, can bo brought about by a
coalition with tho revenue reformors in
tho Republicau party elected in tho
Tho official returns may, and most
probably will, give tho Democrats ono
hundred and five or six nienilicrs.
JOHNSON COUNTVA SEltlOVS
Through tho attention of our good
Dfliuocralie friend, J. Gibb, of Vi
enna, wu arc placed in possession of re
liable return from Johnson county.
The vote there on Tuesday was ns fol
Ddtnocratlo State ticket HO
Kadlral Mato ticket 070
John A. Lognn !t"6
Um. It. Andurion G98
D. V. Munn M2
John M. Crebs 012
I). T. Llncgar "OGl
.1. J.Cnstks 'JU1
T. A. K. Holcomb 318
H. K. Olbon .118
J. Haiti, Had. for Ken 1.'.5
J. It. .Morriiy, Kiid. Tor ltcp &I0
A. H.Norrls, Dem. Tor V,:
Ily an unfortunate oversight, for
which nobody in particular in to blame,
the imtnes of Mc.-Hrs. Holcomb and
(!ibon were not printed on the tickets
distributed in Johnson county, and
the oiin.-.Hioii ,.n not discovered, until
the morning of thc election, and at an
hour too lato to make the fact known
throughout the countrv urceinet.''. The
remit was, .Messrs. Holcomb and (Sib
mm bwt two hundred and fifty votes
They received the bulk of their vote in
Vienna, where their names were written
on thc tickets by tho Democratic voters
Had the parties in the First district
been nearly equally divided, the mistake
would have co.t tho Democracy two
able and houct Senators.
'GONE WHERE THE WOODlllNE ,
Uu the night Micceeding the election
D. W. Munn received from thc chair
man of the Hadical State Central
Committee, a dispatch to thc following
"Hobinon it elected, Democratic
gains everywhere. How is it with you ?"
To this dipatch Munn replied, with
more wit than we had given him credit
"(tone where thc wood bine twineth,'
and Liucgar ia my chief mourner."
Taking the reply as bin text, a
Democratic citizen immediately perpe
trated thc following "poetry."
"(ion. if tin- roo.iMn linelh,"
I. I.. t. of lh "?un,"
Ai'l withhlm in hit Journey,
l.fr.egtr, I'oj an J Munn.
"li.mc uhere the uoodMiie UllitHli,"
!.ii ami lim Mf rt erew,
Tticotif now viilli KvllcaN
Aiut Maeli Leanum tliuj'rr Uui.
"(ionv Lit tlm wuolblne in Inetli, "
The lctof y lo.t D'i won,
Ami the txiiirxritie Roott.r
Crow latttj oVr IHnlrl Munn.
"(ieue where ti,Ki'HJUIns tointlli,"
To old Pali Itlter't het4,
Au I eouuplton, with In'i c.rci
I. U tvMnx itlaliinir ld.
"(inn'whfra ttiowaolbio titiftti,"
II. ) on J llin icli of tioe ;
lrln Ljrllm mjji1w' l.illut.
Linrfr, Munn ftnl I'opr.
ILLINOIS CONGRESSIONAL DELE
GATION. The Illinois congressional delegation,
indicated by the returns thus far re
ceived, is as follows :
At Large .John A. Logan, Repub
lican. I'in-t district C. H. Farwcll, Itepub-
Second iliotricr f
n j. ....!..... .
'I1 ................. (,.,..!.. .1.1,. ,,l.A,l M
J t'lllJH-lilllVl., - f WW.IMM m
Third district, II. V, Hurchard, He.
Fourth dixtriet 1. L. Cable, Demo
crat, probably elected; gain.
Filth district llradford .Steven
Democrat ; gain.
I .Sixth districl -
Uurtoii C. Cook, Ho- ',
.Seventh district Andrew J. Hunter,
Democrat, probably elected ; gain.
Kighth district .1. C. Hobinson,
Democrat ; gain.
Ninth district T. W. McXeely,
Tenth district Fsihti W. Kitehell
Eleventh district .Sam S. Marshall,
Twelfth district William Hartwell,
Democrat; probably elected.
Thirteenth district Johu M. Crob,
THE CAIRO IlULhETIN.
Tho Cairo Bui.i.ktin U driving decont
DomocraU from tho support of Col. Crebs
every day. Hernia Artery.
Decent Republicans and Democrats
aro disgusted by tho eouroo of tho Cuiro
Uullgtin. Tho Hon. D. W. Munn
will bo elected ; but whatever may bo
tho result of tho election, there is uu
doubt of tho fact that tho Htfl.l.KTlN
has inflicted upon itself nud tho Demo
cratic party a porinancnt Injury.
In like 'manner talked all tho Hadical
papers of tho district, and quito all of
tho prominent, supporters' of, J). W.
Munn. Hot where, in tho whole con
gressional district, can a Democrat be
found who did not, before tho. election
nud docs not now, applaud -tho course
of tho DtJM.KTtN? Hadical gentlemen
became wonderfully Bolicitous,all at once,
for tho good of tho Democratic party,
and berated thc Htn.l.KTiN soundly be
causo "it was driving Democrats from
the support of Col. Crebs." Wo take
it, gentlemen Radicals, that tho result
is u substantial indoifcment of tho
courso of tho Hum.kti.v. J). W. Munn
ran behind his ticket in every county in
the Congressional district bccaiiMj Iho'
peojdo were informed what manner of
man ho is, andhvvhat agency more in
dttftriottsly diswsminated that "infonrta.
tion than the Cairo Hum.ktin?
Am to "the injury the Bulletin in
flicted upon it-elf," wo will try nndmir
vivo it ! Sew Fub'cribora arc pouring
in upon its from nil parts of thc dis
trict, and every mail brings its words of
cheer and encouragement, and, what in
more c;cutial to thc existence of tho
paper, greenbacks. The increase of
patronage and good will we attribute
wholly to 'the permanent injury tho
paper inflicted upon itself, and the. Dem
ocratic party," by laboring with might
and main tor the ueteat ot Dan Munn
and the success of Democratic prinei.
pies. . ,
THE LESSON OF THE JIOVR.
Ml k " m
1 ue JliAouri JJ'-iHocntl,, cinvaiiig
tho rotilt of tlie election last Tuesday,
employs the . following truthful lair-
1 lie decision of tlio iieoplo it a molt om
phalic rebukti of tho yitomof filiation
maintained fur yuan nith the itld of
publican vote in Cungrcsi. Tlio protec
tive cyMcm, taxing too many ror tnc oenc-
lit or tlio tew, imi occii tolerated oniv ho-
camottie people wcro mopiy interested In
otlcr fptestlonj, and postponed uctlpn In
ri"jrd to tlio tarltrunllla unroconvciilotit
fumoii. ow tlio witr lnuu nro fettled.
Tlio country reitt in tho couvic'Joa that
tho lettlcmuiit madn will not be disturbed.
Kcconttruclion U compli.ed. Negro suf
frairo Is oilfillijlicd, and fhrtlllcd In
the eonitltutlon It'clf; Tlicift matters
i ctt led, the pcoplo ar free to cunilder
v 'ht the cm of taxation under
whtc.i thev have been living it a wlu or
juit one. Tlio vdrdtvt of lUiourl indi
cates wiiat inu ueetiion oi otner autei
will he, when that nuetlen ihall bo pre
sented. It will be well fertile ltepiiblfcnn
j.irtv if it lircdi tlil srarnlnir. nnd mirci.
tiolfcif roitioiulllllty fyr tliNcroat wronce
der which wo Hvo. Ho party, however
jvopuliir, c:m i.tPr I to b- rv'Kr.slblu fur
tchuiuo of plundnr ly which threo hundred
millions n year nro taken from thonockuts
.Ml turiy vuii nu.iiM m ioii:nii nu wrm un
of tho coniumors and triven to enrich it few
rurored ciipitnliitt. Ihtspoltcr, injurious
to tho country, will turcly bu ruinous t
anv party which attempts to dufnd it,
nnd tboio nro the truest frlenii of tho
JCepublicau jmrty wfiu labor most earn
tly to crush tlio power of monopolies and
fuvored liittro.ts Id its council. Tho ili-
souri election, fnirly consldtred, Is a wsrn
IriL-tothu Ilcnublif.iti nam- thnt it mint
drop tho policy falsely culled protection,
or must prepare iUclf fur overwhelming
defeat. Presuming upon tlio attachment
of men to tho party, Republican managers
havo disregarded the wishes nud interests
of the 'Western people, nnd htiTe 'sutTcred
the jiarty to bo usod as tool by Kuitern
monopoliit'. It is timo for them to learn
that th West will not tolerato any long
er Mich betrayal (f its Interests.
Pn.-ld -nt t'lr.int ha given to the dec-
1 Hon In till Statu a ieoiili(ir significance.
The pcoilo of .Missouri were engaged in
uceiMiii'4 imiioriiiiH iui4iiuus oi niaio poi- ;
icy. and in declaring their will upon nucs-
tiuns of national Importance. Thev had no
ti,ou:.j,t 01-oxt Prwldentlal election, nnd
wore not inclinod either toudvocutuor to
(iptos the re-election of General Grant nt
tlu t Inn. Hut lio was liuluonced by men
who cared moro fur tmull olUccs tluiii fur
the success and reputation of his adminis
tration. They persuaded him that tbo Lib
eral Kcpublicnu of MU.ouri wuro hostile j
to nir io-fiet.iion. ino niisenco oi any
plodgo to.upport him fur a setond term th'u
Linnliiitlc iK'claratlon for n roform of tlio
civil i-orvice, were rugimlxl by tho Prel
dnt as oviilenec-s of hostility. In tho mot
unfortunate moment of his life, he coupon
tod to u the power of appointment nnd I
removal in a vulu attempt to cruili this j
Liberal lttpublic.m uloiiiunt in MUsouri,
Thus he lias converted a victory of prinei- :
pies to which ho was pledged, which aro vi
tal to tho Itcnubllcan party and. which
neither General Grantor tho' partshould
over have permitted to l.o used uguliut !
liivin, iou it iiiuiv niriuiu ruuiiKU in
his mlmliib.trntion. Missouri telU him
that hor peopls nro nut for salo that
ofllco and the hopoofotllco cannot move
them from thoir convictions of duty; and
that his own forgctfulncss of pledges and
dlsregnrd of vital Republican principles,
will not bo imitated, but sternly rebuked
by freemen in every part of'tho land.' The
voters of .Missouri only spcnl; tho will of
freemen else whore, l'resfdentlill'lntdrfor-'
enco In istalo elections is so odious, so of
fensive to every truo Uopublican, that no
President can nopo for thoconlldonco and
support of-the people -who'so abuses 'hli
power. . i
Joili'aliorn o ml t'npe (llmritcnu Itall.
The chief cnglncor of this road was" In
town last week, nud in company with the
stockholders of tho company, looked over
the routo botwooi hero and Capo Girar
deau. Tliis road is twenty miles long,
and will connect the Illinois Central rail
road at this plnco with the Pacltle railroad,
opposite Cape- Girardeau, Mo., 'which is
now being constructed westward from tho
Capo. Thoro is very littlo heavy grading
between hero and tho rlvor, and tlio roud
can bo built with very 'littlo" expense.
1IUS POLLARD INSANE.
The OrrB.Cyd NsisUr and alt Ht.
Mrs. H. A. Pollard, a.lsdy who has ac
quired, n liberal. share of notoriety during
tho last three or our years, and who has
lhttcrly rcsidcd'inthli city, was a few day
slnco placed in tn asylnni fur the insane.
It Ilibe'rimiemWred that about two'ycara
neo she was ti co'niplcous actor In n sorno
wnat tragical scene in Baltimore. Tho
part sho played was that of shooting,
though not fatally, a lawyer of that city,
for refusing to Inform her of tho whore
abouts of her husband. Soon after sho
camo to Washington, nnd announced her
self ns tho proprietress of thtfSt. Cloud
Hotel. This establishment is on the cornor
of P nnd Ninth streets. It is owned by n
M r. Lyons, of Now York. Formerly It
was the Herndcn House, nnd under that
name whs a most uninviting nnd dilapi
dated concern. It Is tlio houso in which
Kir, SurrattandPayno had tlioir Interview
prior to.tb coDSttmtriatlon' of tho conspi
racy thnt resulted in tho assassination of
President Lincoln. But the owner, bv a
judicious outlay of capital, greatly Im
proved its appearance, anu iransiormeii in
Intoachoi'rlul-Iooklngnnd inviting hotce.
Ho fitted it up without limit as to czponie,
nnd installed Mrs, Tollard as tho manag-
i. To nil ontwnrd appearance she waa
tho lessee. ,Shd advortliod In'hor own
name, and when thcro was a house-warming
for the entertainment of tho press gang,
sho presided nt tho fcust. Out it appears
thnt Mr. Lyons, nnd not Mrs' Pollard, was
tho real man of tho houso. The lady was
tho attraction thnt whs to give It famo and
popularity, and for this service sho was to
rc-ctdvu a per cent, of the profits tihe
wasmoroln tho bnimne'ntai than In tho
useful role. Her prerogative was not to
superintend tho flavoring of tho soup, but
v enjoy nn mo goou tilings tlio bouso
a f forded nnd to patronize tho excursions,
shootlng-fcnts and tho like. Tho steamer
Lady of tho Lake, with Captain Joo Denty
for skipper, was her fitvorito, and this un
fortlonate occuranco brought about a deal
of trouble, for it nppenrs that.it raised tho
green-eyed moriter!ti Mr. Lyons, though
It is not accurately set forth what right ho
had tobaJoAlousof Mrs. Pollard, inasmuch
ns Mrs. Lyons would cheerfully bare
counselled lllm to avoid any anxiety on ac
count of tlio conductress of tho St. Cloud
Xeyertholvu ho was jealous, and be laid a
trap for Donty, and Donty fell Into it so
the story goes and thoy mot, and they
fought will i lists, nnd the scandal was prln
ted in New York paper, nnd tho lady went
man, ami tins is tno ending w nn ovcntrui
career, tlio closing of which is hardly
more tad than the progress. Now sho Is
safu from temptation nt least, nnd tboso
geiiti'iciiariiicstnni inspire commtsoratlon
may oo invoKou in tier twhair.
The Ilrat HeiNBtig .Story.
Hero is tho bttt bed-bug story now
'Talk nbout bed-bues. said Hill Jones
who had boon across the plains, 'you should
havo sscnsomu of the critters I met In Idaho
last spring. I stoppod ouo night with
lonio settlors, who lived in n lone cabin
containing one rcom and n loft. AVhen It
lout Sitiic to cq to. bed, tUvj lruug
Ulan Koi across tno miuaio oi tue room, nnu
thusottlcr's fnmilv slept on one sido of it
and gave me t'other. 1 laid down to goto
sleep, and tho bed bugs began to gather
iiko iiincn ucnus arounu a irto 'lay out I
tried to l:lvorup and keep away from thorn,
tun in pesky varmints would ketch noid
of tho hodclotho and pull them off from
me. They didn't think nothin' of draggln'
me around the room if I held on. I At'
em till about midnight, mid Uion I looked
round-tor some way to csenpe. l ucre was
a laddor'Naehln' up into the loft, and I
thought tho best way to getaway from the
bloodsuckers was to clib up tbar, so I did.
Thero" wasn't anv "hues in the loft, and I
Is i 1 congratulating myself on my escape
Pretty quick! heard tlio ladder soueakin'
us if somebody waa coming up. Himcby I
saw a bed-bu; raise himself up through the
hole in tho floor, lookln' carofully around
the loft. Soou'e ho saw mo ho motioned,
to his chums below, tho blood thirst v cuss,
nnd tiriod cxultin'lv; Como up bovsl ho's
JOHN IlLOPPLi:, Proprietor,
Ciuiinirrrlnl Airnur, lic(rtii Slh and
Olli ulri ula, iivurls oiiiMitlto
i-.tii wo of n!l kinds, kinl I ho ltt of llrtud snd
Conrgrtioiiciii'MiilHuyi on luinii.
Thinkrul fur jutrooi lirr.-iofor.i Ui4towciJ on
in, Mr. lWiil Lit io uiinnmi'io that hi m li'iw
lly iK'iiaiitloi'riiicuitoiiir4 in lln-iiioUsaI-n
torn nvir.uf r.
fair, 0to)-ri;iii,fiC .-dif
-i? o tt m o xxm
110 OHIO LETEE.
rjlIIK FlNi: NIDE-WUECIi
r .l!iWK0,,I'AU PK1K0 ANDPADUC.UI
It Y. NonTIIEUUCi'a It. F, WILLIAMH..CI'k
Will Jy regularly riiIiotp, leaving Cairo every
lay (diiniJuy oxoaiitcll t hslf-pait 3 o'clock p.m.
Tlio Armmliiln u BUlfi nMn.wliei'l tf mner.linir
ItiKory miporiornuruiiiincilKtlons for both ptwt
eneerii uiui frolKht.
Hn4unaceUt I'mtncali with Hit Cumberland
mill Triitiptire rirer luuikets anl the New Orloans
and OUlo rnllroaJ, Kor partloiilarn, upnljr on
bonnl.nrto M. J. 1HJCKI,V,
l(Mlf AKnt at Ctiro,
0fflC9 Of J. S. D0BDW3,
20 North Eiahth SL, PhtUda,
A. color and dressing that will
not barn tho hair or injure tho
It does not produce a color
mechanically, aa tho poisonous
It gradually restores tho hair
to its origiuaL color and lustre,
by supplying new lifo and vigor.
It causes a luxuriant growth
of soft, fine hair.
Tho best and safest articlo
Clean and Puro. No sediment
ASK FOR DOBBINS'.
Ifit th nnlf. anl lam Tim. Itstllh n4
Woaif. ti.OUO ItKWAIIIl for mj cue or dlitit,
la ior itfr which lhf t full to cure.
" rtm ttirifiiru RM.nrv nir.
MAMS, Kot. I ft 2, tra ths
rreilfat tlttnUret known. '
o. nioiiAU'H ooi.ntK
ShlXlR D'AMOIin IS Ul
(Irealtst Toale and AstrlDf cot
In U HtdlrsJ I.UU 1)1. Ill
CHAC8 OOI.DK.V ANtTOOTI
It Us oalr rtllabl dlwnUa.
ThSM lUmtJlM art not tdscrtlsed to Car kit
CompltlaU, an4 btnfftt none: bat art lasrtntrtd
to ttt a lUvllcal aoil 8ilr Car tnU case fur
which ihsr an rmnneudetf, whn all otbir treat-
nulbu lUit. Tns or uioaianas ysarir rtew
a thflr mm. who hut lott all ban, lad tetrvi
oancta at iDcoraoit vj ui ocit tupir buiucu
1IAL9AH, No. I. yfu tli'ra, VlMratti
Hart Throat and Msath, Por T.jtt, Catan.
m Zrapttoos, Caepvolartt niolchn. Bmcmii
Cht Bctlp.HerofulySc. Il It tbt OrtaUtt IUn
tator, AlKraUrt aifl DIooJ IMrlBsr knorn, tf
moTtt all mcrttrfrom Uit system, and Itaret
tb MMd pnttttT- n ,
lUllAU'S UUJi Jlt.
IIALSM, Wo, 3. earss llrcurll Affec
Uonrtheamtlra la all Its foroi, aol
lire Immedfat relief in all cm.
vPrie ofAlUier So, 1 or U, t pr bolUo, or twa
ANTIPOTK, a railleat eart fjr all urlury
iltrenremtnti. Trice er botlte.
K G AUS GULDLN
MXIU DMMoUIt. a rv!lcal ciu Ur
SerTDtu or Centrtl PebllltT. la oM r
yoanci lnniartln enery IUi wontferral eCeet.
Priet It ir bottle. t two tor 1. v
Oo rtetlpt of fritt, thett remedies tll b
hipped t any .loe. l'rnmpt attenUon pld to
nanMtf " PR. hll'IIAU'H Ool.pE.S liKMKDIr.H,
O. B. ItlCIIAllPd, Holt Proprietor," blown la
ail correi POQilCDU. .nuc crnuin. wuauui wn
(latt or bauct.
Clrealari seal. Trile larplled at a.llberal
dlteonnL r 9
AiMftta, PR. P. 11. KICHAJin, St Varick
Xoard anil Tulllun per annum, tiW.
HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE
lnaniuratil br lf.lt. II. PrlDC.i Artlmr. Ilonr.l nu
Tu lion mt annum s.v). rrr.Muii. tlio v ri-
Iter. I llelliniilli, H. I'.. Pmn ot Huron, Kor
tr irculars apptj- lo ,Mi!or l.rin., boniloi cso-
ClIAUTKIt OAK STOVKS.
TIik ilrmiiii'l fur Clirlcr (lik. Clijlle.inti mix
Fenlin blur Minvnt ins uromu so rtnully of Ih-
tliHi hkIivto iioi tilleil orttorn at iirninptl iu l
tir.il'tc: tnit Imrlm: no tivnrril tlie annntanct
f iiiitlirr Mnu I'l 'inilry, wu hli.ill u'tfiilliT
aniline newly ilio nurofiiffv of nnr "wn etab.
Ilnliiiient ( ili ir'luct'iiii nf lliu ive lne
none I hdJ l i. io fill nil nnlore Willi' nl ili liy.
Wr wunl I full tlm HltmitKiii of llie nlioutliur-
tlir.ii ritoea, .No Ix lier nvideiK'uol limn Inltiniic
lin'rlt ran bo otteroiltluin Attainment, of tlixfuot,
lli.it after IS )tar iiuhiuiJ liinKiilivi't Imtrreie
l.'l In all kiuils nf lix'iilitlvn, uuil In lliu iniiet
bluer ami tlcterniiiu'il opiollluii tliut iouM K
liiu'iitt'.l, lliat tlmr atelo.ilty, ltu
Mot I'ointlar Stoves in tho Market
ami litve given micli atlf.ictiontliat tno tleiimua
a Kre.der lliw ever.
If )Oii want ttw
UKST C00K1SU STOVK I'OIt WOOD
liny tlm CIIAUTKU OAK.
If you want ilia
WIS! C'UOKIN'U NTOVK FOR COAL
buy tho ClUI.I.K.Nai-
NVutest & IJestSliccMron Parlor Stovo
eserinnJo, buy the BVEM.NO STA1I,
iiiini;. lo lln.m.'vu a'lii iioiiiiiiriU' ( kii l
KXCELSIOK MAMJFACrUHINO CO.
OIU St Oil N. Main Sllrtel,
HI, Louis, Mo.,
. W. IIEXlERJiONT
. Cairo, Illluolt.
CW. UUIVIVINU, M.J. Ke-
IDE.NCK-Comer Ninth and Walnut
Ol'KIOK-Corner Sixth Street and Ohio Lerte
nKFICK lIOUItS-Krom n.m. to It iq., and
SrtlvVlon for thc Hair.
For Restoring to Grtw Hair its
Phalon's "Vitax" dificrs
utterly from aWrThc "lycs,"
" colorcrs,"?snd " restorers "
(?) in lIbc. It acts on a
totally different principle. If;
is limpidfragrant, and per
fectly innoalij: precipitates
no muddy or rirAnlcnt mat
ter, requires no shading up,
and communicates notain to
the skin or the linei. No
paper curtain is ncrtosary to
conceal its turJxWt'ppcirance,
for tlie simple rcafon iiatVii
not fur&ifc It is, to all intents
and puposcs, a new discovery
iu ToilX? Chemistry.
tST Pluritrs VitalIA" is
warranted to t iv,L a change
in the color of lin r within
io days after the iirstjippliea
tion,' the direction? bcing
IT is as cyRs Vatkr I
AND iAS NO SKDIMIifr,
Price, One Dollar per Box,
ciiKraKiMt wii 1- rii.i.'i.
Sold bv al1I)ruogists.
If your Drugpi
ur Druggiii has not
;t " on hmy, write, en
S I .ooxfuitl we will
V Italia" on
forward it iitimcdiatcly.
Phaln c Son,
7 Broadway. N.T
llntclirlor'M Hair jrr.
Tin tttt inns woilD loi aot contain lnvl
no vitriol polnoim topnrMyuillio tnUm or ro-
iluce death. It it perfectly lurnile. t'.uUo
nitnntaneous. Arol.l the vaunted an ilolmlre
--liar.itlont hoaMlng rrtuet they ilonot poniesi,
you woiiM tcapo the ilnnuer. Tho xenuinn
IV. A.llttfhelor't Hair fije hat tlilrly years' reu
iitallon lo tiphoM Iu Inlexrlty. fioM dy Slug
Kit. Applkil at 111 llony street, .V. r.
Kmyfi)rjO'ini;incn.oii Bocial Uvitt ami lh
propriety or ImpMpnety ofKetlliiit nwrrle.l, with
sanitary help for thote who feel unfltteit for mat
rlmouiat hnpplneif. Heal free, in stated utl
opes. Adilress'llowanl Association, I'oa I', I'hll
alelphla, Pa. . eeptll:im
Tilt lmptrUlialilt Perfume.
Asn into, the perfilinea nnie In lie li.ne imper
Ill?neuey, An hulir or luonller lh Ir Use, them l
oolr.i' u nl perfiim left. HoirditWeut isllio re
mit riieceeilln the ll' of Mil try nnd Ijiiiiii.iii's
I'lnrlihi Water. I.iyn after lis uppl . utmn the
IM'lUeril.iil exlmlri. it Itio-I i.fi-lillnl,ili-lrlle
and fcgrcvaMn tni;mnce, inm .lriMy
Vlioic vlioarr Kick, r
Attllcted ultli any ehrimio ititllouli), lmnM tttt-
out delay t rile fur Hr. UniiHlli.n's .Vi v: Tnuille.,
sent free In nny Mldre,
M. l.l'O.MDAS llA.MII.ToN, W.H.,
!. i),lt...x l,'A.., New. York l ily,
in Ulili iu li
m i i ii mi ii m , iijm.wwiiw
mporter and Wholesale Deals.
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Accii1. for bout brimdt of
CltfcAitt AND STOCK ALE
M t t s N D t h
ImportoA Llotas ordii
CAIBp,, ILLINOIS.. ,
riAHL It, TIIOITAS,
It prareil o do all klndt oi
IN THE PERRY HOUSE.
(XIRNICK COMMUriAI. AVKIWUK AN1I
SMYTJrf cV p
Also, keep contUntly en hsnd a iinst com.
plete sloe.lc ot
Scotch and Irish Whlskie3
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
. Wn r fluents lor J. lield A Co It Crlelirtted
We s exeiUlYtTy for Gull, to wliieJi fuel we
lnUi the intention ofeloso hrtrjftln huyern.
fpenlat attention alren lo rllllnjr ole n.
H. JW. HULEN
CR 0 OE R
a a ii
Una Ucmorcd to lib Old Stnml
1ft A ! l 'T".
m lomniefciai m
W liere he solid la it continuance nf rnlrnnnee t.
lilt former cu.to inert, nt well at llmi vf n man
new ones a tnst tr t-it prime j; roocrtt s', pror ilMr
-T".'2'u.iUr.ltl,Jr S!'! rur sstilch ht till tsjii
oweithan tho lowest. Tlf
p yivci:.NT, . ,
Plaster Paiis Plasterers' Hair
OSSrI33Xrf . tie,
Lime Iii linlk, alwayn sm lutntl
COMER 8th SUOHIO LEVEE
soots & mn
BOOT 1HD SHOE MAKER
llohreou Washington Avo & I'ojilttr S
llimlnauil Sliiei.1lni!iolrter. I'ines
And .Kwtit. i.
OHIO ItlVi:il A' 1 KASAWIIA
No. 70 OX3CIO Xsi2'GrE33i:
j tv j;;tuu.aVAi.i
MACHINE SHOP .
STEAM ENGINES, BBILEHS,
Copper and Sheet Iron" Work
No. 248 X'ust Tear. Street,
pisaixxTt, sua a
'yy-Ui:irV nt. ytovm:
Cor, Walnut & Gano Sfsr,'-o
DAY.TS & TUGKm'
t AVXi ,1