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BY JOHN II. OBJilUA' & CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, DECEMBER 19, (870.
ONLY DAILY-PAPER IN EOYM.
mu lutein.
MONDAY
Til K great revolution of political sen
tiinent which found cxjircssioti in the
recent election, in ly no means limited
io the West. The Norwich Ailvertiter
nays tliat Connecticut lias been iiflcotcd
mi J, will send three Dciiioanitiu mem
bers to the -ilid C'ongrcfl), out of llie
four o be elected.
Tlir. habit of "lihtiii nobly" whicl
the colored trootis acquired during tho
rebellion is manifesting itself in 1 1 i -
(teorgin JjOgis!uturo. .Bradley, the col
ored Senator from .Savannah, pitched
into a colored brother Senator' named
Spring. One of .Spring 'h colored friend
bewg within convenient distance, made
a rush for Ilradiey, but brought up
against the muzzle of a pistol and the
point of a bowie knife. The "argument"
went no further.
Auuiual Porter hat diirncad hliiuttlf,
nnd should ntonco vncuto tlio jimltlon lie
holiU in thu navy. Tlio iouplu ilainnrnl
that tli man who standi at tho head of thsit
branch oour service ihnll Iwono who,
unlike I'ortor, Is iioltUcr afraid nur athitni.
cl to tell tho truth. ''Thu bravo nnd nolle
youth of thu Atnutlcan navy, ' said (Jcnur.
al Duller, "will liavo tho uxatnplo bufuru
thjiu In their chlaf oflhur, of a purxin
who It not bravo unough to itand up to
(ill qtyn wordi, and vlio$e flitiRling nnd
jiuiallnlmlty ihould oxeludo him from tho
ocioty of gontlemen."
Lot sallori drink hcra&ftor, not to "the
health of Porter;' but to '-thu memory of
Karragut."
1'oknkv ha lud u fulling out with
Grant Grant aiked him to advocate
the .San Domingo job. Forney refused
to do io( not ho much bquautc he was
opposed to tho schemo as because Grant
had failed t recognize, in times pat,
the services) of 1'onioy'n papers, which,
as the world knows, are r,both daily."
Forney said : "I won't write against my
convictions for any man who doesn't
"substantially reeogniru my labors."
Tho plain Knglish of this is: "I think
the .San Oomingo scheme n swindle
but if you want mu to advocate it, pay
nio. How much will you give mo?''
Senator b'ciiniz took a bold mid
uuuly stand in his .speech in the
.Senate, last week, iti favor of tho loiuovul
of all political disibilitics from errOus
who participated in tho rebellion. lie
adhered, without u sigu of flinching, to
thu views enunciated by him during die
Missouri campaign, and took occasion
to visit iu terms of considerable, severity
the course of General Grant iu regard
to that campaign. Tho Senator very
plainly intimated his belief that the
mission of tho Kepubllcan party was
(uite at an end and that u new party
would sooner or later arise, us u necess
ity of a national criMx. .
Gknkiiai. Oglcshy is said to be work
ing jnatifuily, for Senatorial honors.
There is nothing that remains for future
dove1opmant,)moTti certain, howover, than
that if Oglcshy permits his iiamo to(go
before the Hadical caueas, liu will lie
slaughtered. His only hope and it is
a forlorn one is that tho Democrats
will uuito with such of his friends, as
may ho persuaded to stay out of the
caueas. It is by no incau.s, certain,
however, that Oglesby is uos ifuiij oh
obnoxious to the Democracy as Logan
He is aataan of moro ability, and of Jho'
two evils 'is probably tho least, but the
Domocraoy will be decidedly loth; to
cluwse either.
Kx-GoYKKNoa Kceriicr has becu
slaugghtcrcd iu.tho house of his friends,
Many representatives of both parties
thought very favorably of his Candida
oy, while It was urged on the ground of
bis .hossaatyixporitnce and ability ; but
wWa.the clovesifdot of Kuow-nothitig-ism
revealed itself iu tho demand that
he be elected,' not hocause of his gcij
oral Itness-but becauso he is u German,
his namo was at onee droppod from the
list' of prominent candidates. Kconicr
is the,' pf erior of;.Lon in every par
ticular, Jbantally,' morally, politically
and wUgiously, and but for theind,i4-
1 ii"m ' lit . 1
cwuo:oL-ma.lrienus,wouiu ue a strong
candidate.
Tiik government lini gone Into the job
printing builnci, nnd Is taking away
from tlio printing offices of tho country n
slinro of their leeltlmato patronage. A
builncis man can now not only buy his
cnvclopi'froin the government, but can
have bis builnou card prnted on them in
anytbapo doslrod. In tome Instances
for great advertisers Itko llorabold the
government not only print tho ouvertlio
mcnt on the onvelops ordered by the in
dividual, but upon millions of others
which It distributes in all parts of tho
country.
This is certainly not a very exalted or
dlgulAcd busineu furjjtlio "Groat Repub
lic." With tho samo propriety tho gov
eminent could engago In the manufacture
of paper collars orcbeapclothing. One i
quite in legitimate at tho other.
"Tiik Asiocinted l'rcu" is bulng used as
a medium for advertising Nllston's con
certs. rTotterrt iiowspapth' which are
nearly taxed out of cxlttcnce for telegraphic
dlipstchot, aro coniptlrfd to pay for batches
of bosh" about .iba rush fir tickets
where Nlliion propoied to stop, and what
gentlemen of a speculative turn of tnlai
did nt the ticket ofB:c. There Is not a re
ipoctablo pnper In Illinois that would copy
such tun" from an exchange, yet quite all
thu lending dalici of tha State pay. some
thing letilliun a dollar a day to obtain it
by telegraph. At long at Western editors
'cumber their columns with suchtraih they
will, if courrc, not lick Air a supply. If
they would iiipjircis it, concert advertisers,
etc., would loon get tired of paying the
fuclntcd prvu reporters for embodying it
in their report', and tints, in time, the nul
iueu would bo abated.
To say that thu Jtadicals .in Congress
have not legislated in a manner, cleu,!;-
ted and intended to oppress aud impov
erish the farmer and laborer is to deny
a fact as clear as tho light of tho sun at
noon-day . Under 'the present tariff
aw a gold dollar will buy twiou as
much salt iu Kngland or Spain as it
will in tho United States. Ono hundred
btiihtds of wheat will buy nereu
undred muds of blankets in
Liverpool. fn the best American
market the same wheat would buy ouly
three hundred aud fifty four pounds of
laukuts. The vast difference g
into the pockets C our "protected '
manufacturer.
TllF. KCUl'SK Xi:XT TIIURSDA)'.
Tho total eclipsu of the sun, which
will occur next Tliur.nlay, tho ii'Jd inst
nut, U exciting such nji unusual interest
tiioug our fa vans and K'icntists that our
readers would t-earcely excuse us should
wo fail to give tho matter due promi
nence.
Thu eclipse will not ho visible in tiny
tart of America, tho great celestial ex
hibition having been arranged for the
xcuia! wonder of tlio inhabitants of
southern Europe and northern Africa.
n official American expedition sailed
tovoral days ago for a poiut in the belt
oi totality and iu is few weeks wo shall
be duly informed of the result of their
observations.
Simultaneously with thu eclipse there
will Im a remarkable juxtaposition of
thu sun, moon and n number of tho lar
ger planets, yuch us does not happen
once in ii century. Grave speculations
lave been indulged iu us to the magnetic
or attractive influences tins
peculiar juxtaposition of tho heavenly
bodies niiiv produce, some of our wise
astronomers freely predicting that there
will bu frightful disturbances oi the usu
ally staid and well-behaved planet upon
which wo live. Thcso disturbances will
probably manifest themselves in the
,wuy of earthquakes, huge tidal waves
aud terriOo volcanic eruptions. For the
comfort of tho people of Cairo, we will
remark that these - disturbances are
kindly located in thoso regions of coun
try wliero tho inhabitants are, periodic
ally, visited by all tho terrors predicted,
and "don't scaro worth aocnt."
The chief interest, however, centers
in tho sun, aud that that graud lumin
ary may bu surveyed during its two
minutes and four seconds of total colipso,"
thousands of scientific men are perform-,
ing long, expensive und somewhat per
ilous journeys.
Tho "nolar protuberauces" aud
"Bailoy's beads" which excited much
scientific speculation and inquiry are
now understood. The paotuberaucea
jut from tho sun's surface, and' may be
studied as well when the sua u not in
oolipse an when it is. Tho "beads,"
which uro Hceu tho instant before)
tluftota! oclipse, aro nothiug more nor
less than the glinting of the' sunlight
between the' mountain's or elevates of
tho iUQquyurfa.w tka
halo of light thai fringes the moon's
edge) during tho totality of the eclipse
is still an object of anxious inquiry,
aud to that the special attention of the
American expedition will be directed.
All the theories yet advanced as to the
Source of this light, hate failed tanat
isfy inquiry. By some the light is be
licved to be an ataonphero io tho moon.
Others ascribe it to the Earth's atmos
phere, while still others believe it to be
an envelop of gaseous matter overlying
the moon. Those are jaero hypotheses,
however, which the discoveries of Taws-
day may or may not displace with facts
All the appliances that science has de
veloped the spectroscope, Jthc polari
scope, photography, etc, will bo em
ployed, but with what result we must
wait and ace.
90 iUimiiI fin an Ohio river steam
er was addressed by nn nneaty and excited
Individual, who wanted him to put some
body off the boat. The candidato for a
forcible dtse mbarkmont was pointed out
but the steward could seo nothing out of
the way. You don't, eh? Don't ysu seo a
man sitting there hugging a woman?'
.Well, yes,' replied the steward, but haf
of that? Hain't tbn fellow a ricks to cm
braco his wife?' That's what I want you
to run him outfor, replied the stranger, dan
cine arouad. 'that's my wife, and I have
stood it so long thall am getting mad I'
PlriilM Hanao aMarprlM.
Kvery citixen Is interested in building
up borne industry. A, dollar here and
dellaMhere is not much' to itself, but taken
ai a whole, amounts to a larto sum. Ono
thing Is encouraged which to usieem en
tirely wrong. There always ha beaa; and
ill be peddlers who go from
liouie to house with different articles for
sale, which are just whatjthe people want,
anu as it is orougni to tua very aoor. toe
very cheap price is at) inducement which
Is brought succeafully to tffoct the sain.
Our merchants tell on a very smalt margin
and in no town in Illincis are eoods sold
at so small a profit as with us. We think
ir )erons would post tnemselves tbey
would be latiifled that tboy can buy no
cheaper than can had of our own merch
ants, llow many have been sold ia get
ting one of thetf tfavellU)g humbugs to flx
aa old eIoek."wbleli Would ran lestg enough
lor me impoeter to get nts money ana
lesvu town. Let us keep our money at
home, which will bo a benefit Bona will
deny.
-BAH UnttiTITES
i' oa,
Salvdon for the Hair.
For Restoring
Hair its
Original
Colol
Phalon's "tamia" differs
utterly from aHrthc "dyes,"
" colorciVlnd " restorers "
C?) in use. It acts on a
totally different principle. It
is limpidfragrant, and per-,
fectly innocttam. precipitates
no niuddy or rlacvjent mat
ter, requires no shaliung up,
and communicates no tain to
the skin or the lincy. No
paper curtails is nccptoaiy to
conceal its turJiVVTippeamrice,
for the sirnne -ea? m I hat it is
not turbid It is, to all intents
and panoses, anew Discoviiv
iu T6il?u( Chemistry.
W PhirfiiVs " Vitalia" is
warranted to cfrvt a change
in the color of t!iehjr within
io days after the firs tij plica
tion, rhe direction being
carefully obscrved ,
IT IS AS CJfR AS WATER I
ANDjfAS fiO SEDIMENT.
Price, One Dollar per Boy,
two iiorrtii.
bOLD.BV ALIXRUGGISTS.
If your Druggin has not :
Vitalia " on; handf write, en
closing $i.ootnd we will
forward it iiflmedintcly.
PlfALd & Son,
CI7 Broadway, N. T
BIN0EKT.
M
ARCVM IILTBBBIIMI.
I
AT TH Eaaoa-a,,-
Masimaeif Maali ;bjb mm
al
ktatats ef fkBlB4lM(, M Mtallfl
J5.5
CAIRO. - -V ILUN
IU dbtll
umet B.J. 3. 50BJIN8,
4Z0 Nortli Eighth St., Phllada
DribMns
Vegetable
A color arid dressing that' will
not burn the hair or injure the
head.
It does not produce a color
mechanically, aa tho poisonous!
preparations do. ' ,
It gradually, restores tho hair
to its original' color and lustre;
by supplying hew life and vigor.
It causes a luxuriant growtl
of soft, fino hair.
Tho best and safest articla-
Tr offered. -
Clean and Fore. No sediment!
Sold everywhere.
ASK FOR DOBBINS'
Dr. RICHATFS
Golden Remedies.1
l't IbiM nnlf. ini ir Tint. Itiallh u.4
a I ana new Aim h. p mi...
Momt.
la lay din Uch Ue Ml io care.
vi. it
iciiAtrs cOLntw BirJ
8AMS, Nat. I , art tbS
iraalMl altcrilM known. 1
Da. RICIUU'S OOLDtM
SLIXIIl DAXOUR la thS
Ortalctl Tonic aa4 AiUlaatai
la th ktaJInl Mai, Da. Kb
citAtrs ooi.niM ARtToori
liiaaaalrraUaelaSJanUe. T
tkM XnwdlM an aat a4vftla4 Is Car at
Caaptalnki. an4 bauaOS acaai bat era aaaraateai
laaeattamiHtalaaa aaaaa can la ali aaaai
whltb tkrr art rteomatadtd, vlitn ail ataar
BMataaaMlttL Ttoa UMoaandt Ttarlr r
f nnr a, vaa un ioii aii nop,
mud aa lnanraala k iba kail I
Kk RICITAUVfOLDElf
JL. JtALSAM, Ht. I, unii Clean, VlttraUd
flan Thraat
STaUul
4ondl
Han Kaa, Calaat
MakhMtoraataa aw KrapeaBi
Cappay
?r bi ocajp. a
fU(. AlUntt
II hi tbaOnalart Maa4
Dlaed
rariatr kaowa. ra
aorta all awrt
th ariUsj, and laaraj
ht Maa pan taST baaln;
DR. MCHAU'S GOLDKJ
awpai in au iu ivxwm, in
I ataia'par Vatslt, or Ma
.Prita i
rMall
mciUFS
GOLDEN-
t for ail ana
'Baraustiaaafc rnaaee par aatua.
nii. WQxm golde:
U CI.IX1K D'AMOUR. a natal tat I
Ntrroaa cr Utnrral Dtbllltr. la old
waaawi kwaartiaa mill wlUi woadtrfal (fact.
rrtMfprbatUt.arworort. I
Oa raVafpl of priaa, Uina rcmaditt will pa
abjppad la aar fttn. Prornj.t alttaUoa paid to
all corminncltnu. .Vnoo nulnt wllkoal tka
BBBMof " UK. ItlCIIAU'S ROU1K.Y JUEMEDIEM,
D. B. RICIIAItUS, Salt rroprltlor," Mtwa In
itaMarbutUti. !
Clrtalari ttat fradt tvpplltd al a llktral
ilwul f W . ...
jUonta. DR. a B. S1C1UBDS, t VarKb
.tW YOtK.
-rtiiil monry liy rxvtc: or ordrr noida
rnanirit u n., t nroiixri your uruxemt, tuu
you a in nu-i'i wiiu no iott.
UVI0& LU109XS,
JOHN UlLANU'N NAOOT
la aapplletl wltb all lilaala r
SUPERIOR LIQUORS
0 COMMERCIAL AVEIVliE
' Bolwca Elghtlt and MnthBtrwU,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
- v ,
T a thlrly,who lota rood liquor, thould gfre
, him a call, and Ihoae who want a i
FRiOBOTCIOAB
Can liara thf Ir wants opliad at hit bar.
JOHN CJATKM
Proirllor of tha
nilllarJ Saloon aad liar Room
XS1 Dorado
lot; ContmcrclH.1 Ave.,
Oo.iro, - - - - Illinois
H
JK.MiV JjATTftEK
llaa Hied up n (too
Saloon and Restaurant
And daa
Popular Public Resort
Wliero ilia vUltor will Aud larfa mrjr room
tU'i'llH with
llATri.l.r. A I'lflEONHOLV TAHLSS
UtmlortaUM trala, rto and ahar aupplicl wllb
tha bl and ooolrtt Uur lr, Ilia iiuioal wines
and liuuora.cittarn, eUi., to Ih found In I'ttlra.
RrcrrlKMly it Invited Io cull iu and "cool ofl.
Pleulyof rttont (raa to avoryhoily.
Cairo Bulletin Job Rooms
rWaakkaiMBt atraaat aid VwiUlh
' Mlrcet.
pOK A1X KIMDN 4F
JOB WORK
(Jo to tha CAIOBin.McTI W MIC
s
OMBTHINO NEW.
Tim uadaMiifaod lial bIl Bacolnld HOLE
AllE.NTH In Cairo, Illlnol, Tor the lo of the now
etiltlratrtt
Bell Metal Pons.
Thete Paa'a' aro mw luiol axi'mlvflr In uaa..
In alt tha BOTatwmfnt . dai aoinit al, taBklair tad '
coniiiitrclal houtataiid piil.lloachoollhrouich'it
the llnltvd Htatea. Thfj can-ba iad aaaly la w
Ink. Kach wn guanulreil as durabltaa tight
1, aiBBBpiae at t ! . w .
B WW ,aM,,woi,
A. RAUfMON.
auoiauat . .
KAWDBil-LSClflCUtAat
ad all kind w,
- -
'Special Notices.
UIb Blarrlatl.
Euas for yoang men, on Social Krllt aal Ik
propriety or imprear mj or(Mtln( mttlM. WH
'aaiurr n'p rur mesa wnutsai u
uiaSiftatf
rltnonTal"hi)plrili?"nt ft,' trfa1idT.
opai. AJdreM lloward Aanoclatloo, Box P, Phil
al)phl, Pa. aaptlSdSa
The SMparUkaala ParfWaaa. -
Asa nil tho ptrfamei now in nia have ao bar
rasaencr. An hour or two anr ihalr uaa, than n
no (race ol parfumaleR. llow dlflertnt Ii tha ra
ult auocaadiai' tht use of Murry and Laamaa's
Florida Witiar. ' Dtjra aAar lia acptleitlon the
handkarchftl oihalci a most dughtful,dlleite
and acnaable Iraffraeoa. aaatidaodl
J)K. SCIIRXCK JLDVUMM OOJTtUitH
TJt'XS TO 00 TO JTLOJUDA IT
JliTtxa for tha lirt tbtrtr-trs j
Wbolalima Bad BUMUl
Mill mna CMuMBHMm.
rallrlliouunf tbaiawfbltvM
tslarabir baa aata arei
MMar ummamiatm baV
A e tJaoSTf oMalii aanta. la
oanaam Tna
thrtbawaMn la
otall Uci on thu
wianr. m may
th WiratarsawibifLaaSiu nbjiw nab
ariatloM aa
It a Dolnt I
i w van Bonama iauiaaaa.-raiataaf
anu tnan waoaa laaea baa I
who. aaatrtba baallaa laaa
aSbaaat'aaa
xsjr BMiltflaaai .vra niMaa a
Daa andraS MlUa fhrllaf i
btfal which I wsald praftr a i
amon U aion awan. and tba
jitiiMiTiiia ana ntarrrua
.uialTaaawlta aaanen Mtaa?sti i,
fa two
re iauai im nrtr oc iaaaaaa n mmm
Malhlate UkacaMtbfrar XaalaMatla
la
&
lawMalBlat
Blabt ba bttltr.
baliaatiaacood
a pauu i and; wan
lac era ibb
9. Ud tfa
JaabBntlltaTHMaiMi
BttBla. fliaa
fr'naaaiBwata'ta'iri a tawaUaaMaVSSw?' May
naaoaa far atrtaf a an. that tatMBM an laaa lla
ma to laia caia wan aaaa wntn
iLcrMMti hat. tut Ibaaa nat
SlrmtMyV1 tbW a ay
fSSSnTtStprtor to ISM. 1 traa'iejSiBwia
UIM TwuttotUBWjaBatkliadtw
pMaaTarrwi
attrataatal
watw, wwa i aawBaa asaawBBB aavaa
l-pbbtabi awaaa. A piatMae
aa a i m p lata abaf iBBg
am aa waawitBaTabaafctaaa
Mli aad. aiMt tot aaatioa la laabrS to labia
ohL, .Jl panoB.btav uta. raM vaaatltlaa of
"Stbabrk'tfolmimia arup. aVrwtal taalc. aai
liudrakt ruit," a&d 711 Ut ItU waaa at araM
TaTlorMa.aaailr ampkaSp It swac ataaatk'a
MiBdiskaHlUi for iba tUoott la aaora Ubalf
tapratatabUMtabaMM tbaa bmwb eacUtnt laM
laan. ,u ia a wtii tatnutata bmi, mm aaaiiia
of a Hna larwr aia at cawpvaiBuaB, m
UMaa of iba apttbtra part. ' Ua SM oSbar
jiiwuibm. enaumii laati
dlt ofthx torrlMa Bluoia -la
ItdMBotprarallaolanatrt aUU Ibon
thoaajadiof tatnlbm. what a tbm
of Hn.waald ba aaraa IT aaaaaaaptti
, aaaur ataiaaa is niara tataaia
aaa abaal aoatttl ft m, aBMl.poB
act I IbfT Ult what thrt Urm
Ibtr an amSalBaa aavafh Io Ullrt wlil waar of
la aSWMraTbtr pa aa auaaMBB M It, Bad
Ltaaart laja tfca.rDunoaUan ft Baatbar awl aa
atbarauu. aaaRtBiTaBaa art laWlM.bsraa at
COMtltl
taocoaai
thatTwVi
acqaatataa with thtlr actlaav Ikaow.
toi an Batd iBMittt Bttortiata wlUi
BT BIBB
TnlrwatSiwkTi
Blakfawaata, aaaTthi
uwy win ao taa wwa taat ia n
BaauaaoB. aaura wiii oo wa ran.
a ataarnDoa I.w com. to
lata adritot tha tiaat t
or rtdo oal inn aar, will
m hla haada baBwa laaa.
tun to bar a aerpaa
MraUnla. toalTaair thrtt modklata la aamrtV
anea with tha hrlnU airactloot, aaatpt In aoan
waaa wtiara a fm aaa af tha Maadfakt Irliula
Bwawtry. bfiiibi.aajnaaaaytba iiibT
KB.wmaralfaiia ll H mvvi a
LaoaawaawB pantaa aapaa to rowatagij'i
awaa. wt b ratua par laaa. aaa
Ultah. arbSE'la alawJattewaa
cntpbht abiaa pad tlaaiwy aUit
KiTSsba ao&aaW old.
1 Msr mmnaamttttta wma kAM
i wao Ban
iBOMioBmay
nto'SnfadTtMbaaaah tv Bad an
i.tnaiB(y
'baa bats.
BWw aa a warn i nai aahaa tha wtawr, with a
warn i nai Sanaa tba wtator, with a
i af aboat atnalr atmta. which
aattwtiftiltiljai IbaSaaiBl bTanaai at
BtbaiBiuBiiiiu las BBah a patltnl uaa bla aso
aita wtahia aa sayss y r" rwajajj
traMlakM aa a haat thy ?! n!ahUaa of CaVoos!
I hara tarad Iboaaaaaa by thta tyataa. aad aaa aa
aa again. CaaaaaiaBaB taaaBMUy lant aa aar
4hu daiaaa.irtl(aukra la CjpZ;aa4 tho proa!
klad af traaWBMit It wuwioa. Tibsatl ataaaa Ba
.Oawhanywawa.
ba alBtoM canaia to aaa aoate pat
who i bat baaa naoMd turn lea y7
sHir a klVa Vaadiakl rula.Br. toattraai.
fwa'.t'SJ jyrWs&gaa
Itaia coaa or lu bonfal taotat bibbiS, la abtt.
thty an euallaat la all eaaat.whaM a parsatuo
mallclno Ii talradT If yoa kata partabaB too
(raaly of frail, and dkvrbwa aaaaai,(4aaaWabB
kanarakaa will can yoa. raoa an aa Watt to
tick, baadaeha, laka a loaa of taa MaiSMtlt. aad
Ihay wlU raUtaa.lalwa boara. If yoa woaM
corlato tba tffKt of s chaafa af waaaf.arlbaaM
froa iuaaiian&aiaRait,iaaaaaaBiiBa,
arttyBlibl. andyva aaaylbaa dtiah i
rat waut-mat oaa. atanu aaaiaa. Blwau. Baacbaa. aa
corn. wiuauoi wantavi waa aoaaaaaw awi
Tbtywuiarousiiboaa waoUTtiaaHap
aaainat cauw aaa lojara. iry bbbbv
Ihjftctlyaai
1 bara,ab
rKtlykanalaia. TktyaarBBaowaatyt
bara abandoatd say pnraaaltaaa ataMa I
aad Xvw York, but atatlaaa loan aattaaa
KUruaV.h Korth MxahaVatt,
ary Saturday, from (, to f, ..
um aaa Atw iwi. nt mhu
amct.atk i moiui Hxaaauatt, raupa
rslurdy,frn. tof,.3. Tba
athuroaihuaBtlaaUawlWaaaalr
ba ahabjad dva dullara. Tba Baapln
wua
will I
dsclarai tha asacl condlttos of tba laatti
pauraw oaw
ablt or not.
EorltfrlUUtfiUyBaJ
t af ay rnaaldlaat dap aai aaatraty
Ihatlhaoalaa
upon ihalr txlac tiaiit aWtcUy actoralaa t SWar
1 1 T
In coeclaaloB, X will tar, that wbra I
lata bt madldata. and thtlr arattaaa an I
Intu a htalthy coadluaa Ihtrtby, thty an BM M
Uatla toia cold i ytt ao oaa wHb sfnibWbaata
can soar a aaoata anaaaa or ataaaaMan wtwaaaa
tba liability of (raaUr crftaa IrrUaUva of Ska hnar
klallahaa.
fall daraatloaa la all I teaaaeasi aaaaapaaw mr
iliSjilaii. ao aapUalt and itoal aW aaytwf aaa
i. II. Scnica. MJ.
Xa. II Korth SUtb Blreat, rklladtlphia.
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COLZM0M rtAew. XMW TOMX.
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Hpacial atteaatoa f 1Mb) to Admiralty aad !Hfaaa
beat butiaaaa
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war,
atbtlauml BauaSt.
ArU
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"Vtroianw at law.
Maaaai.aai raiai
nwaW3iaV
tt f. Mm Mar v, .1
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lININE-SMCARlHs,:
wm uala.
''all'.4 JJ'wiitii. WaJkklJ.Malaa la
Aad-elaMatf la aSlho " cvFlriO T --
Clrw Mtilrellat
inapBHWi
lj4aa obi xaaBA
latat n a Maa
arts wmaantant ana it tasat wKMaarrt tar.
tbabwhtn a coaaamptlnMraoa aaaaataMMNf
taaftajtBvj adttaaia. eawaUafwa laitlbTIOL.
Silefibanatb of irrrailkic taal arinaa aa4 Biaa
aekaoBf nia. or ahonM aarbr af tba tMaUiiaa
IbaaBamt4.wtll bttwiflbcaa waa anWitbtai
vtwataraas nar. aaaaaBHaaMaaaBuaaaBaaaa
Mwaav aan bm
Mr BdTlea to iinoat wbaaa laaaf an awaaaal
aoawoaa aatat panicaiaf aMaitiaaa. aaaaaaa i aai
aVSnt
iwatTsawS
ObbMJbwwb
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OHK) LEVEE,
Also, kssp iiasiaally on bead a Bboat oaav i
tetastoafcet
LIQUORS s WHISKIES
Scotch anJ Irteh Whtiklea
Pxt Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
ZNBI8.
i
a an aaf nta t J. laid Co a CtUbrmlJ
WUKaUNI
ma
Wa aall attdaalralr for Oaah, to ilka fcwt m
rarila tha attaalloa af eloaa bargala bujan I
Baclal attaaUoa airra to tiling ordtri.
QW THE MOTE."
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GROCER
AMI) '
ConferHiamVerchwat ;
Maa eaiewsl: M taf1
134 Ctpeiclil Ireiiue1
Whare a aalki la ai aaaMaaie al patraaata
late ajaSraawia man, as will .aa Ikal tf aaaiaa
aaw easa aa aaa waat prima f roearlM, proritioaty
ate., taraarkaup (hnp for caah. i
Tarsnat Kirtly raib, far wrttWd In W afh
awatlwaat Utalowaal. pill i
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Mo. 7 Okl Lotm,
CAIRO. ILL.
fJeaalaJ aliaajM arlwaaa aa fmUgm
ajBdl knilla Hiavw
Q WIllSTOlf co
ptoaemara to foba ). Rarmaa a ca.,)
REAL ESTATE
AIJCTIOMKKRIi
74, Second Floor. OHIO LEVEf-
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Bny and Sell RoaI EnUte
WBaTIIH AMTatACTB mw Ti4u
MnHrwl
"aa n wwara
WM H..HCUUTTt;H,
LBB r
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mporter and Wholesale Dealer
Wines, Liquors
TOBACCO and CIO AKS.
Afa: for baal braada af '
CREAM AND STOCK ALE
piMTtyl JaaVlVa mtAXT-
a aavaw - IB aVBalflin
YIVJaVaWBW auavtwjaaw
I. WALDEB
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miiipiiiiii.
afatyi . H.e Via
0 mrf daaawibaiaa,- wliMiaNtba taM alaftaaa
that will aisii to suit al puvhaaaia.. ISnaa
gWlO, la 0 A
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tana lata toaaf
II ' J tk wwea'faaWdPaftaaabafSBl
WawaaaSbaaraara SVaTwaiba fcg albea TaaW
GROCER
OPTIOAKB WTJLMBTS
fpr&xm !
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wHm ra cbli
Perfected Spectacles
And Evo Olaases
ThavadaTSBaiitloaadd'aTaalaiiaa orar tkon la
awtllaary aaa. Uia proof of which may ba aaaa la
tha BatrawrHBterp- aaiea aaa coattaatly in
troajtag daaaaa4 ar thsa t
. lit. Thai rroas tka pecnllar ooaatntotloa of Iba
aiaaaaalbar ASSlBTand PKESKaVE tha alili I
raadatiBat f
iaor injr Traqaaaicaaaari uaaaoaiaary. .
3. That Ihay uoafar a brIIIUuviv and dlatlaeU
2. That Ihay uoafar a bf llllaaey and dlatlaeU
aaaa ef fltloa-, with aa imoaal of KAlR aad COM.
rUHTBot hllharw anifyad by apacuola waaaara.
S. Thai NtawMtarlalfner whloK tha Laanian
jroond, Ii manufartiir.J tpaclallr.for oaatapor-
t, ana ia runs, nanir ann -nniLutanr,
not lUUa to beaonvi faratthfd.,
4lh. That tha frsraaa la which Ihay are fel,
whathriaGold,Hiar orHlael, arrtof lh 0nrt
quality aad tnlth, aad KUaraolaed prfac In
arary raspaot.
Taber Brothers
WATCMMAKKatS. JEWKLE1W AftU
AtaTIftlASfU. '
Vlaa Jawrlry.'l'lamoDdi, Moll.l Nilrar, IMatad
War) alto Maauraeturfts or Jewelry and Uia
rnoad battlBaa. , .
JNo. u omo JLicveo
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Bala AeaalaforlbU ptac. frum . whom. ualy can
Ihay ba obtained.
Iff Feetlara empyrai.
LAZ1HITH A MWRI8.
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BOTttUdlW
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flW'CsjiatMt.aHitMt lumi He
' ' !UwraiatalMUsf.
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Cir. 81h St. 4 Wastiington Are
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Taa aaa.lf tha DAVIS SEWING MACII-
INK la lhaAllaatla.8taUa.wher Ihay ara ljl
kaowa, aad 1 ha IMy-.aMplanl all othcra, la
nau
lar laaa raa ua auBMiea. .
i aunalic
raWif laaey kMaf i
ark... II Isalmpl.,
far a taw atraatf
aau tta rorticii.
HeaTJ
cor
nravann
II to
aM oOanTaBMl BtatkteiMatlbthaaaiaarraBilly
aawkagamyhKlywa lackBOWaaajra alttraxara.
laaaa.
Maasn. Bad ara bara aararal aisaa aad dif r.ol
atylta of tnlah, aad raipeetfally Intlte all who
want tka
BIST mm I.CHIRE
ktanufaclurod logira Ih.ma fill Ufon purchaa.
Injctltawhere. .... ,
Call aa (let Ctrcater.
HUT6MEK8.
yyALTEK MALONY.
Butchers
AMD DEALKJW IN
FRESH MEAT
Eighth St., between Washington A
Commercial Ave.,
AVsUeiBlBg IlltBksaMa av llautty'a.
KMpthlrlorlWff, Pork, Wultou, Veal, l.auilt.
taiiUf, m and ari jirrparMl t ri I'lliiyna
in tha mutt aovvitall. mauurr. , iK'i.'iVlir
pOBEKT HR1B.1CII
Butchor
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AMD
Sausage Maker
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mw Orderi AIM premptly and
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