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BY JOHN II. OBERLY & CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, NOVEMBER 25, 1870.
ONLY DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.
JWie
"a?TaW w-5
FRIDAY.
...... i .i . i
MON..IU1IU1 Avory, wi.owa. me nein-
ocrHticcftiiilIJatror!(;onBrui in ihu hixtli
district ofllllnoii ut tbo lattf election,
gnlmt Ho... IMlUook, died, nt his ri.
di-tipi. In Ottawn. Moiidnv inornliit.. in.
co.iipUlr.twai typhoid t'uver and hcatt
uurjse. iiu was t.t years or nze.
....... i
lllti only good result U.at can bo .!
lainea t.y tnu lni,um $ a.-oeiation ol
"Dirty Work," Lolmii with the leader,
. . .1 . . - I
ol the "new party movement is that
it may he the means of defeatine; him
in hts pretentious candidature for the
Senate.
Tiik JJomocnivy of the J)ylon,
(U)iio) district invite rather than fear
tho contest for Hon. I.. I). CambellV
Heat proposed by the. Schenck people.
They deairo nn opportunity to brin;
out tuc tact by prool tictorc n com-
mittee of congress that the protection
riti at tho emit ciit 10,000 into the
district to carry .Sehcnck'tt election by
bribery and corruption.
LQQAtPS MAJOltlT)'.
1 no omciai returns 01 tue vote tor
CoDgrosftmati-al-large Miow a majority
for John A. Lotran of 1M.II02, about
25,000 lets than hie majority two yearn
ago.
Tho volo
by cougro.lonal districts
ical maioritvofonlvIl DOT.
nhowi a Had
' ' I
In 18G8the lladioil cougresMiteu bad
a majority of 47,1)11.
sam n. la van LIS.
The Kvansvillo 0irirr. of Tuewlay
publihe.i tbo following tribute Ut the
bravery and unselfish daring of our
f . I l. I ... Ml ' . 1 I
youug menu, sum Jaiigmin, seconu
clerk of the ill-fated Citvof Kvaiisville. I
mt... i '. I
" -
William N. Ixdge, late clerk of the
steamer Shamrock, who was on the City of I
Kvansville, l'Itcs the following flitemvnt
About half past fourro'clock I was auak-
ned fs an alarm from below us. Hastily I
dreselng, I stepped out on the guards and
iwinwon..n.niH,..i ... r 0r the tdatforni whercou he is placed.
Mm no. offeuaivcly thruninto tte cat.
in t-.ttin hn liotn on tl. hiimei. deek. va.i tho i.-suci fettled by the war and
Aftar doing this, I went down on deck, I
wnere i met air. i-enntugion, wno ioiu mo
wo worn cui. ivy, ni.u ..nu w.w,
ouriclrw. Ho ran aft, and I followed.
Wo Jumped from our boat to the Sam Orr,
and from thence to llrown'i wharf boat. I
do not think tho City of Kvaasvllle would
havo bowed, kd il not been cut loose, as
the Bain Orr and the Florence Uo woro
between ui and the Tine Muff. Too much
praise cannot bo awarded to the gallant
conduct of Sam. II. Laughlln. He was the
latt to leave the boat, and certainly saved
the liroi'of a lady and gontlcman, passen-
gert, whose home is nt Cape M ay. The
name of ham laugldin hereafter should
be a synonym of Arorrr.v and chivalry.
HVThEtl'S VllOPOSITlOS.
mi. . . li .... . .
lite iirojioMitoti in iuu miner in
vitalize tnu itttuieai party nv involving
... .i ..... . . ii
the eountrv iu"B war with Knglaud about
, ,,i . . i -.i
WIC .tauiu ciaiuiR, u- twunni "ii.i
one general outburst of indigiiatioii umn to insure thulr triumph. Tho Demo
throughout the cnliro rnlou." The Jju', latuff'cohl,,!
lUUigal and Deiuocrauc press wero ttltko
unsparing la tUoir uouunciatinus, yet
tho'powvn that bo" at Washington
iutiiiuta.a parposo to act upon tbo iti-
famotu prppositiim in utter disregard of
tho'Utnpcr and wiaood of tho people,
Tho evidence of this purpono may bo
read in tho following ''buncombe" dis-
patoh which roaohos us from Waahing.
ton under date of the 23rd instaut:
The following diotatcd at the White
House, appeara verbatim in both admin-
wlrnlinn nancM. and in llin bilojl nnhi.lXow tlorhOV. Here tiro .1.1 eleOtOlil
dentUl euuuutut.pn tw matter to which
it relates :
"The Alabama caso rosta now with Great
- ritain.i Its settlement it-her task, as situ
deliberately inflicted injurles xtin" our
:onihi'orto', and deliberately prolonged tl.o
rebellion. Satisfaction for these grave
wroncs should as deliberately bo made.
The Vnited btatei makes no entangling
alliances "with other powers. That Is her
traditional 'policy;-at once her duty and
her covenant and that U to-day tho atti
tude of President Grant. Ho doos not
propose to take advantago of tbo ditQcul
tie .of ' friendly nation. TJnliko Franco,
which interfered to establish a new empire
on our louthern frontlor, and unliko Log
land, which exerted all the influence of
her aristocracy in favor of tho robellion, at
a moment when tho cause of the union was
doubtful, 'the Treildent tellea upon, the
tMs of juttico of the Knullsh ministry
and tho Knglish masses, bolloving that
'they'wllfioltethe fitting occasion to close
p lk4 only remaining causo of difference
.betwtota ueoplo speaking tho same lan
guage, ana animated by tho most fraternal
feeling toward each other."
rilK EUHOl'F.AS' SirtlATlOX.
'in... ...... ,l,... i i ttt .:. . .i i
I he prudence and deliberation that
have characterized (lie oottrsu of Kiifj
land in the present European cmbrog
lio, coinuiand the praise of every friend
of the hitman race. The Queen and a
majority of her cabinet have disapi.ro
ved the tone of the communication of
their foreign minister, and indicated an
uarno.it dusiru fur a iieaceful solution of
..;,:.. ,.llm1i,,1ii,.i,. Smrr, f.nrt.Mu.
, , , , ,. .
;. ,mv ,,
'U u like anxiety on the part of the
I luivian K'lVernment, tnero is uttio
I cause for npprchei.ditm war
1 Ito anti- tis.siaii com nutation that
wax talked of. will not he formed. In
fait wu aru ,.., i lnto di-natc-ltus
that Italy peremptorily rdVes to he n
party to it, and uruoj the orL'ani.atioii
ol u (,'onirre-i.s of the power to the tre.t
jty for the consideration of the Czar'.-
claim- ami lrrtevaiiee. It id tlicrelor
ctitifldeiitly averted that the demand-,
of Kii"ia. po'.ibly modified, will be ac
ceded to.
It las been remarked, with truthe
that it i.t almo.it an unprecedented fact
that thu war now rntrini: between
France and Germany actually sceius not
only it'll tn mako a general Kttropean
war easy, but even to render it impo'-i
ble. It I'.IIh the M.i'-e of action, and so
effect the relations of the other powers
that new irarliKe comiiu.atiou are
scarcely po.vible of formation. This is
about the first redeeming feature of the
Fnu.co-Oortiiatt stnigglo wo havo had
occasion to point out.
TIIK F.LECTOKAL VOTE IS 172.
From the election returns of this year.
taken With what is known ouLide of the
election!, tho New Vork Sun lias been
the thirty-sevcu .States jf
" and their three hundred and
t . - - -I !.!.
'" c.eetorai voies, wins rcterencc
10 ,by ''Jcutial election of 1S72.
nd in this way the Sun arrives at the
following conclusions :
With n satisfactory candidate for the
l'rcsldencv, theo sctntecn StaUs ameer
tain, or ri-aouably eertnlu to go Kcpubll-
lean, namely
Illinou
Iowh...,
. New lUmohire
, H Now JereM
KMntM, ,
. : Ohio.
Iulsiana,
7 l'onntylvania 2C
.Maine
7 lthodc island I
..12 Sstittls Carolina 0
.. -s Vermont l
.. -1 Whcontln b
. 1
.Massaehu.. It,
Miehigun
MinnfrttH
ITuhraika...
Total 1M)
Democratic candidate who.-o record.
by reconstruction, would I mi certain, or
reasonably certain, ut getting tlto votes
-, JourtftSU ftUltCS, liaillClV :
,
Alabama 6 orth Larol
srolina.
ta tiornia
Delaware
Orecon .
Tunneeo.
Indiana .13 rcxa... o
Kentucky 11 irglnla 11
Maryland 7 et irglnia... o
Missouri.. .11 -
Now York.... 33 Total J-i
1 ho u rjlatcd which we will now
nutiie may bo regarded undoubtful, with
,j10 cl,ailcC5 rnther in favor of their vot-
infnrnll Uuoxcuntiot.:ihlo Dut.iooratie
eaudidato, namely
Arkansas : Mississippi.
Connecticut 0 Nevada ,
tonu
i 1.
;t
0 Total :l3
i:,,ori.a
Hero then aro 318 electoral votes, him-
Jorlty of which li ICO. Tho Itypublicuns
would sr-tn to mo sure oi t.u oi inrnt, ami
u.mi ..,,.,.1 1..,, 10 fMm 1 ,0 ilmibtfu CO
give thorn a victory.
The Detnoer.itic t'.-late i tixdl up
differently. Tito States of Florida and
Xuvada declared tlieiiuelvcs Democratic
on tho Ktli instant, by very decided
majorities. Tho last time tJeorgia was
irmittcd to assort herself, viz., in IStJS
tdio gave a Democnitiu victory of over
.rtO,(lt)0. Tho Statu of Arkansas is
morally certain to go Democratic in
1872, and tho Deitioeraoy mo nut ut it
dispoi - ed to yield I'ennsylvuuia and
i.l II 1 .1 !!. Ill I...
votes which, in an piouaouuy, win u
thrown for tho Demosratio candidate,
forming, with tho 1515 conceded to the
Democracy, total of 18S voter, or n
majority of 28 a majority .tlmt oven
tho loss of PeiiiiM'lvania would uot
overcome.
Oho of the ccrtaincst things that ro
main for tho development of tho future,
is the election of a Democratic presi
dent in 1872,
Hlclsdietl of It ml I ml Currnillau
Tl.o New York Sntion Is ono of tl.o
ablest and mcst rospectablo among thu
rwoekly nowspapors published in this coun
try. It has always.espousod tho' llepubll
can side iu politics, and has, until lately,
had a very decided leanlng'towiird Grant
and tho administration, In tho last num
ber, however, It cuts loose from all such
fonl'moorlnge and denounces Grant after
this fashion i
"It is altogether a pitiful story, ono of
thj most pitiful In political history. Tho
wreck or Uuti. tlrat.t liirno 9 a nationnl
ml,fortullf, Tlmt ,, WM B ,mtonril
possession, anil it Was tl.u bust m-o-
j.lo of the country, tltosu wlio.n hols now
' repudiating or "refining to rely on, who
oiiiii it up Dy giving mm tnu nearty una
unfulterlng support in the fluid and "lit the
polls w n mil itiunu unnoiuu nlrn to make
head nguinst tho worthless gitng whom he
tins now in Ken into ms contiuumo, ana
who will now use him for hit destruction
anil tho tilling of their own pockets. We
helicvo the opinion of tho shrowdest ob
fervor that the work of 'manipulation' and
'.namigiiment will ho done with sulllcicnt
dexterity to cive him control of tl.u con
vention in 1872. Of course it Is rather
soc.it to ImiIiiIl'o in (puculHtion on this sub
ject, bat it Is not too soon for thu friends
or reform nntl enou ljovert.mi'iit to
dundu on what ttiftr course should he
from Uti time forward. Their tlrst
dutyclcarl is to give no encouragmei.t
or support to lite eurrujil r-gimo which is
Wing established at Washington; tho sec
ond to io what in tnem lies to prevent any
man s trettini: tho ltimblicnn nominatitn
for the Presidency who seeks it as General
(ira.it isse'-king it; and tho third is, to
co inai i: no uu:s got it, it shall prollt him
nothliiL'. 1'lietimu has come lor all friends
of icform tn stand llrm and fa't before tho
tido of corruption ries any highur. Tho
present breed of politicians will aisurcdlv
uio hard and will 'deceive many,' as their
progenitors liavu none in all aces, beforo
tnry get tiicir quietus, mil ct it they will
evetituaiiv.
NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS-
f'iMiiklln Ccninljr Hciiia,
Krauklln county rolled up a majority
oi tur en oral Anuerson nnu inu
whole Democratic ticket. Col. K- .M.
Hundley, the newly fledged Itadlcat, who
cxpectcl the Democratic party to fall to
pieces when ho left It, ran against Wash
burn for a seat In tho State Senate, and fel
'JO) votes behind hli ticket.
. W. Ilurr, Democrat, was elected
to the Legislature from Franklin county,'
by a majority of 263 votes over his Judi
cal comjietitor. the notorious (jam Flani-
gait.
Tho Vcnwi
..,., from l,,,aii..srt,.r. iuLtuu'u that
JoliiKitii Count)- llrm..
"
lliirnsido l.us 'coniplete.1 negotintions,'
and is coming with the iron for our rail
road within ten day.-'
A young mm. nr.med 11.11. Wiloydug
one huudrel and fifty buihcls of potatoes
from his polaloc jiatch tiear Vlounu, from
one and a" half bushels of fed.
The editor of thu Vienna . I rlery has,
at last, heard from tho election. Here's
what h says about tho result:
Tho chicken trade lias gono back on us.
e expected to m-ad twelve or thirtuett
doren, and ordered accordingly, but It's
"iH'.'fUiu financial undertakings of tho
nineteenth ivtitttry tlmt has proven
an Inglorious lailure. Tl.o ro.s'i:t is very
discouraging, but nvertlvles v.o prupar'o
lor our journey up mhi luver wttn an
avidity and patient resignation that is tru-
lv i-huracterftic of a duiro to submit to
the powers that b. Onlvu few hundnvl
more votes and all would have been well.
but thov wero not forthcoming, and sowu
are in a manner "gone up mo spout.
Wi. ti'iirl'oll vel.Mir thuiluelc of our uviithe-
beatcn craft, rid her of broken spars
smashed capstan and torn sail, and head
her for a mure genial cluno. Wo feel as
if we woro not long for this world any
way. I'luihed with victory tho Democ
racy tiro planning all sort of tyranny;
lliev nven InlL- of riiunlnp Y.Hznheth Cnilv
Stanton for the Viro Trcsidsncy, and If
ever such n calaml'.v should bo full this
proud Amorlcu wo l.ould ilglt to play
"quits' nnd sleep with
.-0!tn arm mi
luinors.
Wllllnin.oii Count)- Ilmi.
Tliu .Ma-ion Friend says that emi
grants for thu far West swarm through
Marion every day. A considerable tr
ceni. of thoiii are negroes.
As u matter for future rcftret.ee w
present tho Williamson county election re
turns in detail. Wo copy from tho nfilrlnl
report, publulied in tho Friends
Co.iKrt'oi.'.in-at-I.iri.'e.
W. It. Aii.Ivn.oi. un
JOtll A, I.9K4II ll' t
An'lf r-uii' in:inriiy "u
M.iIk Troiiircr.
C!i..ll lli lclr m U'.l
Kniktiu N, linen in;
Iti Igsl)' .njor.ty i
M.iteruU'riiitfie!eiu cif I'ut.tiu Inotr'.cllo.i,
Clinrlro lV.nin .. U't
.Net. Inn H iirimin Il.'t
Ke.ni'iiiiijur.ty
PenllentUry Ccniinlrlonrii..
Frjiiem T. hhvtn.mi
Tlio.iiiis Ite.liiiu.el
i:imr Wh.IiIiiiiii
t'ajr Hula
hli. riimn'a liljjellly
Itclnion I'i ....
Coiiurcs lath Dlntrict.
John M. CreU
lhalal V. Maori
.('il' inorily
Slate fienntir.
Jumx M. WaahliUru -
BolierlM.Hi.ndli'y...-. .-.
UiT
Vim
.Hi
n;i
ss
so
u
1111!
"ue
10-J7
Wiihiir.i''
ii.Kjoniy. ai
.Ulrvu.iritlvc.
A.l.tinn lt-e 1i.nl
K. 1.. lnlon IM
Iteeso'n Inijority IS
hherlll ami Ciilliuitor.
AlonaoN. Orti-n l.'7
L'li.i-.. 11. lloniil-on M 111)7
Ort'uii'S mnJn.itT .'..., , S
v fiallnllu Count)- Item.
Mr. Charles Carroll, of Sh'awne'otbwn,
Is ono cif the wealthiest and' most success
ful merchants, ono of tho best fellows and
most uiilllnphlng'l)onnarats'tobo found In
Illinois.
.ltii filmwneotown fteurl says: "In
.i.i. . u.. a...:....ii..l.i x- iiiIm.iI:
ion I'uuini, urn i-.ni ii...v... ..........
Southwest railroad is being eurfacod up
and straightened, acd put In good running
order. In White county, tl.u grading has
been 'completed as far as Knlleld, which
leaves about twelve utiles to bo graded.
U3T0UTI7S1
1 New Discovery )
rHALONf S
on,
Salidon for the Hair.
For Restoring to rJrW Hair its
Original Cola
Phalon's "
differs
utterly from
"dyes,"
"eolorers,"
" restorers "
(?) in jse. It
acts on a
totally dWerent principle. It
is iimpia,-yiragrant, and per
fectly innw?tiiji precipitates
no muddy or flaSJulent mat
ter, requires no shaiung up,
and communicates notain to
the skin or the lincJL No
paper curtain is necessary
to
conceal us turjjii)pcarance,
for the simjtcreason that is
not turbtff. It is, to all intents
and puposes, a nf.w discovery
hi ToilXrChcmistry.
t" Phaiar" Vitalia- is
warranted to dTttt a change
in the color of thclhur within
i o days after the firstlipplica-
uon, me directions ucing
carciuiiy ooserve
IT IS AS C
RSR AS WATER !
AND VAS NO SKDIMKNT.
Price, One Dollar per Box.
TWO IMHTlXS.
Sold dv alII)ru(igists.
If your Druggi? has not
Vitalia" on hand? write, en
closing $i.oa!md we will
forward it urfmcdiately.
PhalcXn & Son,
ci 7 Broadvaw N.T
yOI .V HOY 1.1:.
Pork Packers
A.vn
PROVISION DEALERS
No. 135 Ohio Levee
CAIRO, - -
ILLINOIS.
Depot.
Xenr ttfone
.N'ov. il,ls:o-.Iwtl
jyTOTICK
U hereby ylicn to tin- jmblio Dial ths o
Zuckriegel, Newberry & Co.,
Of nenUm, i; U li..oieil l.rtli" witli.lriiwiil
of Mr. W. II. t)l,frr)' o. .. Zilliken. n.
Clinrle Zuckriegel U bow tola onref !!. tu.i.
m-, nj ia mi.iiur.io.l to rirolvaitll ih ull due
lliv tin.., and wy nil t h iUI.Hi'.
I . ZL-CIilllFf.KI.,
W. II. .NKWUKltlir,
NZII.I.IKK.N.
The imderlii.l rit Ifully mniouaeM to tin
publiu tlmt tlei Murtle Ii.i.iiii' In I he c;ly of
(Uti iul.oro, lierrtiiroii' eonduele.l In tlm firm
name of .aekiletfrl, ,Nulhrrv a Co., mil in the
diti.r U.coudiivtt.l y him ulna. n.l If truts
ihuOlui i:itrnniie. hilherto extei. Ird to tho firm
wil) u umlm.O't to l.i-n.
C Zt'CKIIIIXni..
nr.-jUntf
Sapolio,
In S'licHicr inl littlur limn
Nimiilur nil imra ( xci-il mIi.
Ik If I'lullir.) ur 4 leniiliiir Will.
tllMIK stllltoiil Ktr. I'wliil.
SMI S'lollio, Klnor, 'I'ltltlra, anil
nil Wiioittvnrls. S'lilua, Karlli
nt unit SJIa.DHHr. anil fur
(irnrral llou.e S li-miliiST 1'ur.
For 1'ollkhlnir Hnlvili ITustlsra-,
Hrnae, hll, Iross. ntsd all .Slrialllv
Warvs. Hmovi isa br Matlc, aiahis
imI ItiMl.'ltnvluK brlllMt nuiiaec
vjual to Nisr.
For Sale by UAItCLAY HHPS
PAINTING,
QAICl. V,. TIIOWA8,
Is preiiri-d o do all kind ol
PAINTING
.. ASP.-.
shop.
IN THE PERRY HOUSE,
(OllMiH HMMK AVK3IVK AMI
KIUIITII KTRKKT.
- y V"S VLiW
OI AI.I li I. U
A
TtffcTt 1VOBK
mm ww wmwmm.
l0 the VAIKO H0IXKTIN urrCK'
mtt ci j, B, DOBBINS,
420 North Eighth St, Phi lad.
Dribbuis
Vegetable
A color and dressing that will
not barn tho hair or injoro tho
head.
It doca not prodnco n "color
mechanically, oa tho poisonous
preparations do.
It gradually restores tho hair
to ita original color nnd lustre,
by supplying now hfo and vigor.
It causes a luxuriant growth
of soft, fino hair.
The best and safest articlo
evor offered.
Clean and Pure. No sediment.
Sold everywhere.
ASK FOR DOBBINS'.
Dr. RICHAIPS
Golden Remedies.
l"e tlii only. nd ssrt Time. Health nt
Won,;. II. (WO ItilWAIil) for tar cai ut dlitif,
Id dj iWk which thr fall lo curt.
i.s. IticitAU'ri aoLncs dai
SAll.4, No.. I k 2, r tbe
srestut slknllre, known.
De. UICHAU'd OOI.DK.V
KMX lit U'AMOnt It tbo
(lrtsl Tonlo and Aitrlniml
In Uio Wtdlcal I.I.L Da. Ill
CIIAITS GOLDEN AS'lmOTB
U tbe only rsllabl dlureUo.
Tbsar Itemollra ara Dot adrHUcd la Cura all
CompUlaU, and bsncftt dob : but art tnarantct.1
So tnct a Radical and 8pdr Cura In all caar, for
whlsa lkr at tsosBBWadrd, when all oth,r trsat-
aaaoi dm lautu. Teas of uwaiaaai jean rtron
br U"lr ih, who haT lost all horx, and JmosTCt
aauoead u Ineurabl br lbs bcit orrar msdlcal
facultr.
mRTCHAUXGOLDEN
ILSAM, No. I. csrfca Clcsra. Uleratl
11 Hort Throat and tjniitb. 8or Kjci, Cutaot
oaa KraptSsDi, Csppyalor. lllotchrt, Sorrnc,
t Ihi Scalp, KcrofulyAc. It ll tho (ircHtit Itcoo
ratar, AlUntlTa tn lllood l'urllltr known, re
moTts all aMrearjrfreio U trstem, and leases
SMkload pora ajfl baalUir.
HUCLAU'S 0LDi
IIAI.S.M. So. 2. cares Utreurlal Affcc-
UoatKheunatlim In alt lu furuu, and
unaabi relief In all cat,,.
Prloa ofylllber No. lot 2, J per boUIe, or two
ItlCIIAU'S GOLDEN
S'TIDOTI. a radical ear f it all urinary
uertngtmenu. jrice i per bviue.
ItlCIIAU'S GOLDEN
KMXIK ti'AMOUIt, a rMlcal tu (or
Nertow or Oti.erat liability. In iM or
jennet lmtiartlnx erteriry with wonderful effect.
1'rlee II per txttle. r two fur t).
On receipt of price, tbeio remedies will It
Mpd la anr place. I'rniit attention paid tJ
all correeiMOdenU. Votie cenulna without ItiS
name of " Hit. IIICIIA t.-.S Ciil.HK'.V ItLMKUte.-S,
1 1. II. niCIIAlllis, Hole l'rorrletor," blown la
flaie of b-itllee.
Circular, sent. Trill auppll-t at a liberal
Ilicouut. IS
Addreas, DR. I). II. niCIIAUPS, S Virlek
fc'lrtet, .New York.
Special Notices.
Bntclirlor'a Hair Djr.
The iut in the woatn lo- not cnnt.tln Irn l
no eitriol iMiaona tniuirnlrsAtlir ,y,trm nr ro
iluct. ilfiilli. II . rfH-ilr lirn.Ie r,Mtl
D.UnliUixiUii. Awnil tlm vai.ntt'.l an leliivr
oaratione liutlnR I'rliientlKilonut .o.r.n
jroit woul.t rnei tlm ilangi-r. Tim ifi'niiino
W. A. Ilstclielor's llalr V)n tin, thirty yrnrn'rctw
utatlun to uphold ll Integrity. Sol.ll.jr Drug'
Kt. Applli-.l at lBllonjr airi-i-l, .V. T.
nuJtJir
UcIiIssk Harriett.
Eoaaya fur joun ruen, un rj-vul livll, nn.I tli
proprletr er Inip.oBriety ofKcttlnx married, witli
saniturr lirlp fur time who feel u.ifittod fjrnut
rlinoiiul liappiuee,. St'iit (n in .i-alexl iiikI
C)'t. Addren Howard Anooiatlon, Hux I. I'iiil-
lelphU, l'a. ai.ptl9il.ini
The Slilicrlalillv I'erriiiua.
Ai fiilo, tlm pcrfiiiiKu huh in t.i.0 linvc no .or
in.inciic)'. An Injur or tvioufti-r tlieir t.e, llirr U
no triwa ul irfiinif i-ft, Hoh ditlrri'.it i slid r-
suit ui-omllng llio i.ii f( Murry hivI bininitii'
riorid.i Wat-r. !.!) after ita sppllcntlon tl.o
ti.vidk. redid t-xlialc n lii"t iK'l.t,'Mfi.l,Ii lli-atu
and nr-i-aljK IrHrsm-o. tmirl'li'O.M)-
'I'Iiohc ilioure Nlrk, nr
Alllicli-.l Mltli .my rliromu ilitlii-tilty, kIihuM with
out ilclnj wrlto for I'r. Uninltt.iii'n Niw TnMtn,
sent free to tiny A.lr',
M. I.KU.MIUS IIA.Mll.IO.N, M, !.,
I'. 0. Host 1,'i.V!.
N VorU City,
wl.ll.l.'mtl
CINCINNATI AUVi:itTIKi:.MKNTS.
tV F:cJKi:i:.u.ir.i
FOUNDRY
MACHINE SHOP
STEAM ENBINfS, 80ILEHS,
Copper and Sheet Iron Work
Xo. 24S Hast Pearl Strool,
C1XCI..TI, OHIO
Cor. Walnut & Gano Sts
DAVIS & TUCKER
XX'OI3X-iotoX-a.
CHMCINNATI OHIO.
Cairo Bulletin Job Rooms
Cor. WasUlagiou wvaaua ana TsvoinU
Slrceli
I the )Ispo to not ynur Joh l'rintin( 'Suur-
sirxi
mm
SMYTH Ac. CO.,
'VClXsOXjXlfil.XfXI
GROCERS
OHIO LEVEE,
oaiho, ir,rjiwom,
AIo, krrp conlanlly on hand ft iiimi com
plete tot.- ol
LIQUORS; WHISKIES
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
s-xaxrs.
Pfl, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
WINES.
U'n am nifnnl. for .1 tlol.l I r.i l-oli,!,., I ... I
WHKKl.l.Sfi ,l.V
Wo p e.xelti.lvely for Cnh, to which fivl we
Invitn the Attention of clo.c Ixirsln Imyrre.
bpci-Ul attention jilvn tn nlllns oroem.
fc4 TIIK iovi:.'
o
H. M. HULEN
GROCER
A N II
Confection Merchant
Has Ucmovctl In Ills Old Stand
U Commercial Avenue
Where h folio 1 1. a rontintin.n- i.f putronsee
hU former en.to tner, n. well a thai iif n nimi
new onee a. nnr want prime Krorvrlr., prori.lon.y
eu., reniarkahly rheap for rali.
Tennm htrietly ra.li, for wlilth he will aell
wrei'i iiinu sur iirirp
P VI.K.T,
IlEALKIl IN
GROCERIES
LIME,
laster Paris Plasterers' Hair
OXSZwXXIlVX. csbo.
line In Hulk, uluiiy on Imiid
CORNER 81hSi, &QH10 tEMEt
CAIRO, ILL.
(ItOCntlKS COMMISSION'.
W. btritiou.
T. IIIM.
gTKATTO.V A: IUU1,
ncr'hor to titration, Ilii-Uon .V Clark,)
"WllOlOHIllo
GROCERS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
57 OZXXO liEVEia
CAIRO. ILL.
A stent of Amis-Iran I'nwilar Co., aud
Maiiuraclurvra Aareiiila lor Collusa Vnru
Q I. U II.MAMMIN,
" WWOXs-fiSlA
GROCER
PKODIJC3:
c:o .u h i ss i o x .ii i: it ( ' 1 1 a xt
Nn. 70 Ohio l.o u t-,
CAIRO, ILL.
Spi i till Klll-lltloll nUon In Cniialijii
uiruta anil I'IIIIiik Oril.ri..
real mil mmi
SIMSSSSWSmSSSSMfSSISSUWSfSSSr
C.
i WIXSTOX A CO.,
(ijiici'i-amir. to John (J. llarmmi A. Co.,)
REAL ESTATE
AGENTS
lin
All (ITIOXEEKS
74, Second Floor. OHIO LEVEF.
Cairo. Xll.t
Buy and Sell Ileal Kslato
I'UHN'IHH AltSTllAITN OV TITI.I
AMU l'Ss;iAHIt fs VISlfANi'KH
sir Ai.i w
SOOTS & SHOES.
w
m. i:iii.kks.
rAHiiio.N'Aiu.t:
BOOT 1ND SHOE M&KEA
TiVK.NTIKTH SI'UEKT,
llt'tivi cii Wslilii?tou Avo : liilar S
llonlaaitil Billies .Stail o Slriler. 1'lnc
SVork in rii lCiiiiloyrl,
Satisfaction Warranted
ralroimue Sollcllesl.
iiprt'd
MEWING XACHINES.
kwikg urAcnrvEs.
i. 4 ii mm
AbKitnr or
THR DAVIS YEUTICAL PEED
SEWING M&CHINF
Tin Comnlr-lc.st. Slmnlpst nnd n
Sen ilis Machine In Use.
Cor. 8th St. Washington Ave
CAIltO, ILLINOIS.
ii. . ... . ........
, "V1"""" "lr I'AiniMi.vi mal.ii
1M. Ill tli Atlnntle htate, ehere they ar Uiel
unnun. .nil ul.... .I... . .... i ... . ..-.. .
Kreator than ean li anpplleil.
li - - - - r . a - i .ii , . . ...
" . UJ "mo 1)1 work. II It Slmpla,
eoii.Ntlnijcf n few iron parts, nn.I Itercrtlcal.
fee .1 ensi.Ie. It to run ner .eame ami lo tum cor
neri without tlmnge of Kllloh or tunmon.
.Clothing .mil (ilnrn manufattitrera prefer It to
.11 ..ll.A.a n I ll.al If I. It,.. IL .1 l r - ...
i.e win,-vvery txuly wil I acknowleilta aRr-xam-li.liif.
Mr.r. Ili.iler hare sorernl anee auj Jifl.reut
tyle. of tlnlih, n.l respvctfully Intlte all who
want tkn
BEST SEWIMG MACHINE
Mnnuf.irture.l lofiire llicma call tofor purhae.
lneleH,ere, '
Call nud (let a ClrrnUr.
JKTAIILIMIICD 1800
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
SAPOLIO
Ono Million Housekeepers
aroto..avit.nir. Sapolio In this nn.I otherroun
trie., an.l the, demand la rapidly InerruinK.
Statu lirlok,rellau alasse, aclil anil !
are no longer a necelty In the- hou.ehoM, .luce
WK)llo ilue. the work of each and all thee,nud
with Itili-M labor aud expense.
Thn follntrlnK area few ol the apevlal ti.ee t
which Hsm!Io I. admirably aoaptcd i
T0CI.KMX IVIXHUIVK-Without wettini; carpeta
oraolllnx th paint. Take a wet clotb.not
IrippinK. rub It oer the cake of Hapollo
nun. it laentrrrdwllh a crvainy lather, and
then briskly over the pane u glaaa clean
ntlnndpoliidi with dry cloth or uliaaiola To
remove Truihor dried psinl will reiulrea
little extra rubbins.
TO CLK A J KSITKS Use your Uiah-rlotli, rnl. i
on tho Baiolio, and then rapidly orer the
Unite.. Till, will Kite a btilfiant and dura.
Lie pon. n, witnoui craichini.
Id I'tll.lSII TIX, llltAKS. aa4 ether Callaar;
Arllrlea Hilbttie damp cloth on the rake
of Hapollo until well cortreS, and theu
iptlckly orer theiirlnco oflho utemll. it
Hill prndi.co luetr o.jnal If sol superior lo
lo tho new.
TO III.' IN I' A I. NT AMI WOOruirflRK-ireefta.
polio a. above i do not rub too hard, and
rin.e with eloln in clean water.
I'Olt III.IM: CM.A.MJitJ raK)llo i. of th. meat,
-i -l aluo In iho iiarl.it; of lima, laki.rand
tho wear of tho article, claantad. Try It
onee and you will neyerbe without It.
VOU WANIII.10 IIIM HICK, Hath TK Moors,
Table., ate. Whera soupwn formerly u.ed
haollo la invaluable; Mid once up.I, will
never bn disprn.ed with.
HEMOVKS STAIN FKOM XAltliLK.
IS TIIK lltll'KK for all purpo.ea (eieept waah-
INK clothes), tin. .irllcle N convenient
-iiiinmii'iU and reliable
IX TIIKSTIIIIK-rorpolithlnit aealee, mea.urti
(tin, t.ra.a orcopiier), Unite., har, eta,
IX TIIK Sllitl'-Kor cleWii'. poli.hln and re.
mnriiij viitiia. oil, . li-., from machinery and
I.
MT IIKumci; of tin. .ueon, denll.t, civ
etiKiiiivr, p ilnter and encrai er.
N A Mi I'll SCKS where a clran.inj nnd poliih.
IHB aijrnt, at on.-n rttei-ttve, economical aud
hart.ile'a, la reiiiired, our fapolto, will
print- it-, ureal miprrioiity over all ether
klll..UllCe.
l Olt II (Ml irASIII.MI-Hiipoliola.,1 what every
punter, p.iuitrr, pl.ntuKrapher or mat-hini.l
need.. It iiiickly removea nclda, paint,
llili mid other lln Iriilu lli liniul., winch
oai will not touch. It aoflena the handa
and li-uvra them Kinnolli and white.
I'ltll'K a few cents.
M'l.l'UV your Krocer aud drtiKf lets
Whole.alo I.enota,
.'II lYathlnKton, St., and U OsforJ tit.
New Yoik, I.oiiJon.
ausr-fideodctn
UFK IX.srilA.VCK.
M
INSOntl .HUTU AL
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
SIKt-'IOt'Northsvcat Cor. rstssrlli smil
Slllie SJtrrele, Ml. Louie,
And Cm-. Tits si, sb Coiniuerelal Av
Cairo, Illinois.
Cask Capital, - .
$200,000
575,000
i itsit asst'ts oyer,
AHTIII'RH. UABBKT, Prsraf .
UKM J. WILLI AHN, Scc'y.
P. M. HAWKS & QUAY. 143 U Salle alreet.
CUii'uo, btato llaiianern for lllinoia.
O. I'.TOI'PF.I.. Cairo. Special Anent foi Soath
etu lllinoia.
Premium, n.iid to an.l collect ion. DiaJebTC. N
lliihei',0iiihicr First .Vitlonal Itauk.
ooiiiiiira
QVSAUU
Mall
line
THAI si II I I'M I.enve Weekly frwaajlei
York, Lilverpiweil adiuaeHtosrsi.
For ptaaage apply to CUti
Tno Mipenorlty of tni rm-ellent preparation
iier any other article eer utTi-red to ihapuhlia
has N-ru ilemon.lrate.1 by the wonderful popular
Ity 11 h.ie attnlneil within tlm hrlef year nitios) I
Han Unit li.a.iufiiGt.ire.t. .Not Ira. than
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