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BY JOHN H. OBERLY &
Tut Pennsylvania delegation ii both
ilis;tnfodnn(i indignant at Iho failure of
the tireildont to appoint J. W. Douglass,
from tint ststo, commissioner or Internal
TliK Springfield Republican thinks J
Can's succession of Dick Ya(t would bo
an' ImproToment, tht latter the -t orst
drunkard in congreii while "Logan Ii tho
Ih-.I poker playor. isn't that rather un
Just to Hchonck?
Thk N. Y. Demitcrat enquires: "J'ow
what Las got into .Hoston to go and
elect a Democratic mayor, against tho
the cace and dignity of tho statu of
Maasacaaaetta? Wbat is tho reason
that there wcro no troops sent to Bos
What a gtdrioas opportunity for
sneh a partiaan as Morton to .rent an
orer-gorgei saleea was taa fata resolu
lion offered ia the Soaate by Senator
McCrecrjr on the Arlington property.
ruehaa .Opportaaity was almost as
good aa the oftWof the Kngllsh mlaalon.
It ia reported in Washington that
tho fatally of Robert K. Lcc were much
aMrtiiad at the gratuitoueeffort of Sen
ator McCrecry to have the Arlington
estate wetoree lo them. They declare
that they did not authseicw the attempt,
and haro not entertained the idea of rc
eoreribg the property.
An castors mnaeaetarer has received
orders fer 60,000 base-ball bats for the
ensuing seasoa. The Chicago Timet
says, that order represents about 50 dead
bop, a eoaple of hundred broken legs,
aad the sane number of smashed hesds;
a thousaud odd sprained ankles ; 100,
OOt daaaiged optics, aud in the neigh
herhood of half a million broken fa
swi, nSw mmi ksjaa-aane.
Oia. Grant's munificence, it seems,
dees net ktsp pace with bis thrift, Forney
having bad a bitter quarrel with him upon
tbli account. Having fought his Journal
liitic battici for a long time without re
compense, the editor lately applied to tho
President for a little pecuniary assistance
and did not get it. Tho result exhibited
itielf the morning following In an editorial
offering the Chronicle for lain ; but oven
this mitfortuns failed to havo any effect
un looionlng the President's puuo-strlngt.
TnaJUdlcsls of tho South, In retiring
from tho positions they usurped by fraud,
and. which they will leave la disgrace, have
biiioalhod;i rials if&acjrjje tuelr succei
eon? North Carolina list been plunged
, into a debt of $I,oeolOOO- Osorgia Into a
debt of 99.000,000; Florida, 3,000,000;
South Carolina, nearly $20,000; Louliisna,
$13,000,000; Arkansas $5,000,000; Mil
tliilppl, B,000,000j Tesas, $7,000,000; Ala
bama, $5,000,000; Virginia, $.13,000,000;
and Tenneiw, 1530,009,000,
Tub administration reports tho In
dians .'as peacefully disposed, having
yielded up all their bloodthirsty ten
dencies under (ho gentle prompting.-! of
Mr;. Missionary Broadbrim.. This state
ment, however, joceives several grains
of modifying salt from raids aloug tho
Texas frontier, in which murder and
robbery aro never varying features. In
deed,, tho peaceful Indians aro as much
inclined as ever to stray out on tho war
path, and are quite as dangerous whon
thoro ai at any previous period in their
( Thk negro who represents Hayti in
tho city of Washington is sadly deficient
in etiquotto. An exchange says that he
has been kicking up a row in tho state
department in regard to Sir. Qraut'H
San Domingo speculation, whioh "his
government" objects to. Thojinfercnce
is that tho negro diplomat expressed tho
sentiments of his government in lan
guage somewhat more forciblo than
diplomatio ; for Mr. Fish sent the sablo
minister a note dewadiaf aa apology.
Ta.-IUytf aja-fr tho
seeteiary V parea; which' may be taken
as an offiojal assurance that the minister
from Hayti will not, fur the present, de
niand his passport.
TtlK Kentucky delegation in Congress
are acting very indiscreetly. If it were
their purpose to destroy the Democratic
party North, they could not pursue a
more effective "course than they havo
been pursuing. Wo copy the following
paragraph from tho Congressional pro
cecdings of Monday :
Tbo Democratic members of the Houso
were verr much annoved at the introduc
tlon of a resolution by Mr. Jones, of the
Carina-ton (KvA district, assutninr in a
preamble virtually, that the doctrine of
secession had not bbea definitely settled in
the courti. and In view of that fact, pro
posing a resolution declaring the sense of
tbe House, in form or universal amnesty,
Fourteen of sixty Democratic votes wero
can ror it, ana several ortnerourtccn mem
bers, on examining tho preamble, regretted
Having sustained it. mo jiepunneans
seemed to bedeliehtod at the submission of
such a declaration. The Democrats were
unanimous for tho naked resolution and
wercdeslrous of a separato vote on It,
Thk election in Georgia, of whieh
wc have hecn hearing a good deal for
several mouths, is to come off on Wed
nesday, Thursday and Friday of thin
week, when seven Congressmen are to
be elected for tho present aud next Con
Kress, each. The candidates in the field
are as follows :
XLt Oontrees. XLII Conine...
mcii.ni w. wnite,
KU-lwfd II. Whittle
JiXim t). Hibr,
ItllMI H. 1DUID, '
Ho. I". Burn fit-
TWe. !'. hiri,
4 MM .
aeteon 'I iff,
Km: r. Wnclit.
W. W. I'.jne,
D. M. lluU.r,
Win. . I'ric.
l'iK M. II. Vuuojr.
was, r. rrice,
Pierce M. 11. Vounf,
Tho Republican majority in the State
in 18G3 was 7,000.
Mr. Thomas Peck, county examiner
of i Vanderburg county, Indiana, has
avowed hi purpose to revoke the cer
tificates of all teachers who neglect or
refuse to read the bible in the public
schools. As the laws of Indiana leave
it entirely optional with the teacher to
read the bible or not, the county exam-
r proposes to exercise a bit of
recription aud tyranny that will not
The Evaasville Courier is right when
it aays, that all recda have (or ought
to have) eqaal rights in our common
schools, aad that when Mr. Peck, with
out any authority from those who sus
tain the school, avows a purpose to
enforce the readlagof the bible wherd
it is not read, he is plaoing a red hot
brand in dangerous proximity to very
xploive material is throwing a fire
brand into the community, that may
work the ruin of the public schools.
. As the time for the meeting of the
State general assembly approaches, the
the Senatorial contest betwecu Logan
and Oglesby waxes warmer and warmer,
ogan'ii chances manifestly diminish
ing and Oglesby's multiplying.
It is thought that both gontlemen
will enter the Radical caucus, each de
termined to "bust" the affair all to pieces,
upon a count of noses, the other
prove the stronger canuiuatc. mis
busting" process may not be as easily
accomplishd as tho gentlemon suppose;
at all events the defeat of Oglesby will
bo regarded as a fixed fact, if he per
mits his namo to go before tho caucus.
The latest figuring shows tho rela
tive strength othe different aspirants
to be as follows : Logan, 7-: Kocrncr,
1 ; Oglesby, SO. As the general as
sembly is composed '111 mombcrs, 114
is necessary to n choice. If, therefore,
Oglesby can persuade tho Democrats to
otc for him, ho will bo elected. Oth
erwise, ho cannot bo. That as many
as u dozen Democrats can bo brought
to the support of Lo;
is not to bo
Persons who claim
to enjoy a
tew ot tho inside
tho contest, aay
that there is
Oglesby will be
und a third man
both Logan and
taken up and "rushed through on the
fust lino." Governor Palmer, it is slyly
hinted, is tho "coming man ;" and his
purposo to accept tho position, if ten
dered, is very pointedly indicated by
the faot that ho has already commenced
Upoji Govornor Palmor, wo think,
tho Democratic representatives would
unite, not because ho is the inau they
want, but bocau.se they believe him to
bo honest and oousoioutious. If, there
fore, Genoral Palmor'rt name is brought
before tho joint aossion of the Legisla
ture, ho will have 91 aupportors in tho
Demooratio strength, whioh, with a frag
ment of 20 from tho Radical side, will
insure his election. He is immeasura
bly tho best man now spoken of, the
most consistent, most upright and the
1IOW BEAUTIFUL IT IS FOR
BRETHREN TO DWELL TOGETH
ER if uyirr.
The Mr. Whittlesy to whom reference
is made below ia the editor of the Ev
ansville Qmrie, from which paper we
copy the following- refreshiag para
Tho Evantvillt Journal of yesterday has
an account or a personal aimcuuy Be
tween Mr. Whlttlssy aad the county
Prosecutor. The article bears the ear
marks of the kicked and eafSsd coward
ho fills tbe position of professional liar
for that sheet, and who, when be gets his
regular weekly thrashing tans to make
any report or ms own aisgraceiui ana
eowrsfy fclehleaet btU mhea aa editor o(
this nsDer defends himself seslait a libel
ous aiiault upon bis personal character by
slapping the faco of the author, he bravely
writes a whole column of falsehood about
with tho intention of puiing it for truth
unon this community. Tho author It a
lowbred, dirty, lying coward, and there it
not ono word of truth in his statement.
A RADICAL PORTRAIT OF JOHN A.
The Dundee Weekly, an intense Rad
ical newspaper published in Kane county
llinois,docs not relish the idea of John
A. Logan being sent to tho United
States Senate. It gives a pen picture of
that worthy which is true to the letter,
and we therefore take pleasure in re
producing it. The Weekly aays :
Ii It not a burninc shame that the honor
and pride of the people of this great Stato
should ho humiliated by even tbe mention
f a once debaucbo as a ranoidate ror mo
Mco of United States Senator! Already
the SUte has been disgraced by a man in
that office who has been unablo to attend
te his duties for tb use ot Intoxicating
liquor, and should this borriblu ulolcn
upon the fair fame of Illinois bj widened
by an addition ? Mr. Logan's friends say
holed tlie army aad whliky at tbe same
"Theyaajrl h well,
Hut will lUt prof the story tine t"
Suppoting be has ; is that a suflclen'.
guaranty that he will never return? No'
doubt ha is an ableaaaB, but is be , worthy
The sad experience taught us in Senator
Yates should be a warning agalntt putting
reformed ' inebriates into onice again.
It is well to show homsjre to persons
who wiih to reform, and take them In out
of the cold.; but heavens! should we put
one of them in oae of our. parlor beds
hlle the slobbers but a moment ago
streamed from his moutb, and tbe fumes'
of whisky-tainted breath, to sleep away
tbe intoxicating effects produced upon
him ? Not a Jit of it. That would bo
foolishness Indeed. lie miaai at aay
mo meal spew all over H'aa4 labs tk-tm
linea. A pallet on tne aoor, or tae wre-
ide, it tho place until be is sobered aad.
well. So with Oen. Logan ; theofflce of
Congreiimsn-at-large is good enough,
until ho has paued probation ; it will save
tho already over-tuxed State an additional
expanie of $200,000 for a special eloctlon
to till the vacancy he would leavo.
Cape Ulrareleaa Heme.
Tho Argus lays that Judge Itanney and
our former fellow townsman, Louis llouck,
havo instituted proceedings to compel tbe
county court to transfer the county sub-
icriptlon of. $400,000 from .tbe Pilot Knob
and Belmont road to tho Cape Girardeau
and Iron Mountain road.
Joseph Lanimon has secured the con
tract for building a now court house for
Cape Qirardeau county. The contract
price ii $24,000.
Wabash Owwtjr Heme.
The Mt. Carmsl Democrat says that a
cltizon of that burg sent to Doiton for his
winter apples, and had them dellvored at
his door cheaper than Wabath county or
chadists would soil the samo fruit, of which
they have a great abundiinco. If this be
two, the man who tout awuy nndthoorch
adlits who refuse to sell at reatonable
prices are equally curies to the country,
and ihould bo duly informed thereof.
Mt. Csrmolites uro gladdened by the
sight of Ja "sure-enough'' dryjin thelf
streets. Tho editor of tbe Democrat is
very happy und wants tho cltlzons to illu
minate. jabBsoat Canatr Items.
Tho Vienna Artery is evidently In a
bad way. The editor says: "We are in a
worse condition now than wo have ovor
been sinco we csnio to Vienna. Thero ii
not a buduess houe In town that Is known
through our columns, and we have not re
ceived exceeding $50 for advertising for
this placo in a year post."
This statement ii absolutely diicrcdlU;
bio to thobuine men of Vienna. Tho
Artery m been of incalculable value to
Johnson county, and is a deierving local
paper. It has made known tho resources
und cupacitics of tho county as no other
agency could have done, and its rowr.rd
from thu merehants and traders of Vienna
has been "less than $50 worth of advertis
ing" during a whole year! We repeat
that this is discreditable. If the (business
men of Vienna wish u to"retract,"let theiri
guarranteo Brother Wright $500 per an
rui m whilo j he puMWhes tho Artery ill
their midst, and. will take their "wish uu
PaUskl Cawsttjr Items.
Tho Mound City Journal says that the)
dogs of that burg aro dropping off quite
unaccountably. We aro disposed to at
tribute the fatality to something they est!
Our friend Frit flheler, to he found
it ir i t-it ....-
ILLINOia, DECEMBER 21,
at Feuchter & Co.'s desorvc orcry word
of the following complimentary notice;
and a great deai moro. Wo quote from
tho Mound City Journal :
Frits Sheler Is clerklne in tho Cairo
City Brekery. "We 4oa't not know how
he makes it keeping books, but he cannot
be surpassed In uandliag beer glssscs.
The fallowing from tbe samo paper
commands our unequivocal endorsement:
II. M. Hulcn is driving a large busi
ness in the lino of groceries and provisions
at Cairo, on Commercial avenue, near
Eighth street. Ho sell at low ratss, either
at wholesale or retail, and hit representa
tions rclativo to goods may be implicitly
relied on. Ills wholesale trade iiextoniivo,
many dealers throughout Southern Illinois
looking to him for supplies.
Mr. Jscob Sfceon, of America, an'
obtained a1 patent for a now stylo of wagon,
that will boa fortune to him if induitrloui
ly urged upon the attention of tho public.
Wo regret to lenrn, as we do from the
Mound City Journal, thnt squire Schoyer
is about to lose his eyo-ilght. A film is
lowly but surely closing out tho light.
CORPSE BURSTS FROM
Abrupt Termlamtsoa of an OU rh
Uateel 'Waben-A LaOjr Wt Igbtessed
(Dubuque Tlmi Kill.)
A few days ago an old and respocted
cltixen ot tbe 1st ward sickened and died.
The friends and relatives of the deceased
considered the matter ever and concluded
that the best manner In which thoy could
signify their respect to the memory of tho
departed would bo to hold a regular old
fashioned wake over the remains, and in
accordance with this resolve a summons
was issued for all far and near to attend.
It was none of your common, tame atTairs,
but a rousing, stirring wall of lamentlon,
the noise "could be heard four squares.
Around the coffin, which was placed on a
table in tbe center of the room, sat tho
grief stricken mourners: behind them
were the friends, and still further back such
careless spectators" as cbose te gaxe upon
the solemn proceeding. Evidently some,
dimeulty was experienced in shriving tho
soul In aprepor manner and procuring the
proper certificate of admission to tho
realms of the blessed, for the exorcises,
whieh should nave been concluded in onu
night, were prolonged to three. Uu the
third night the wake was resumed, but it
was soon destined to come to an abrupt
termination. Tbo remains, from being kept
In a warm room decomposed rapidly, and
finally tho body swelled to such dimen
sions that Itburstthoconlin witha report1
which an eye witness describes was as loud1
as that of a musket. It so happened that
at the time of the accident ono of tho
"wakers" was entertaining tbo rest with a
Very gloomy ghost story and ho had lut
rte4latarootilsiiml part when a loud
brash was heard, and, looking 'lound, the
terror-stricken peopU beheld ono side of
tbecoSn collspsed, while at the same mo
ment one ot tbe arms of tho corpse, relieved
of its fastening, fell down aside. Words
fall to depict the dismay ami
confusion that ensued. Soino of thu
party, laboring under the impression that
tho corpie had come to, life, bolted for thu
door, and rushea into tho mindle of the
street, while others fainted outright Onu
lady, whoso namo wo wero unablo to obtain,
was so badly frlghtenodthst hor life is du
spaircd of, It is needless to add tlmt tho
incident put a summary stop to tho watching
business, and measures were taken to nut
tbe corpse, where it should have been plac
ed long bofure, underground. In con
clusion we will add that theabovo incident
is strictly true, our reporter having only
suppressed tbe real names of tho parties to
eVdch Billings says:
Roosters are the pugilists among birds, and
having no suitable shoulder, strike from
the heel. When a rooster gets whipped
the bens all inarch off with tho other rooster
if ho alnt half so big, or so hansum. It is
pluck that wins u hen. lloosters at a
class won't do t-nny kind ov household
work I you cant get a rooster to pay enny
attenthun to a young one. They spend
tboirtimoin crowing and strutting, and
onco in a whilo they And a worm, which
they make a grcatJuss over, calling their
wives up from a distance, apparently to
treat them, but jlst ns they gits thare this
elegant cuss bends over and gobbles up the
worm. Jistlikoa man fur all thu world'
numbers to-day within
lisle more adult males than
tbo religious organizations on thu fsco of
tho earth. It Is as wide-spread as human,
ity, as universal as human languago. 'The
Jew, before tho altar on tho sucrnd mount
tho I'arsee, in his udorutlon of the sun
the Mussulman, bowing to tho osst In
E raver tho Greek, before tho shrino of
Is divinity tho Christian in devout faith
at tho foot of tho Cross all alike, know
und understand its mystic emblems. It is
more powerful tlmii-kiiigdoms, principal
itles und powers, and in ages to come, will
bo a blexsing und a protection to unuum
Pilot l,'linra"e aver th I'alls at Louisa
dipt. David M. Drydeu, falls pilot lit
LouUvillc, ii'iblisht-s the following list of
tirices for iiilotliig stcamhoutsover tho fulls
of the Ohio river for tho l onu tit of cap
.-!.. .. 1 ..... n '
lam aiiu uwMvi..
HKunu-ts U ln ud miller IOJ tunc
...I ft e
.... in en
... 1'- il
... 'it in
... .T) oi
... M UO
... 40 t(
. 45 10
loo tuns anl upwtr.ls..
is cu.tum-heiuo measurement.
lr.iii liit. 7.irrln-l iimli"ilM't'iK ! 01
I'ru liii-c Ivmii l'0 fi-i't iokI ilinl-r luliK... IU ID
C'oIUir WUferl iiit.l onilvr lWIiig..- a mi
Coal hull (UJ fni t n. mvler-Wtunx 0 oi
AlllWiiinK u 1 irboiUi ,eaah,...M. - u
Nothing dun te charevd without a spo
clal contract ; but this docs not prohibit
the pilots from charging less without thu:
captain's consent. The above is for thu
benoltt of the captains and owners of
steamboats aud tlutbowts, tu protect them
from imposition, ns I havo hoard some
complaints of lute about the pr'cns of pit
lot over our full'
Muninnw in isot, snd rnarteredisn, ror th
.reatnunt or all UitfMtt of .a private nature,
ildtntto bothaxM. A cure Is gusranteed
everr CMe uniixruktn.
Vox aw atlas
Dewces1 Female Regulators
For female. Warranted lo remove obstruction
tie. Price ti per bos.
Alto aiuu Bo t linen t oi
a luperior quality ol Milt
ones S3 per lli tlorn, i
A afrdidsl IMrnjihlft,
Also a rail tuKitmentof nnlaa and Tnini
ue uankiinii si rortiagie
or eoprr uokd.
pantAlnlnff in nlfthnratA
Irt-atlse on the nbore 'lli.i(-, with a ttw tirsellcal
rpmarka UIon the cans., rltret mil tr.itmvnt nl
tne eamo eODUinlax O) Urge paxes aae 30 cuU
and rnraTin(p, showing lkflretit Ugf,fta.
Snt In rlea wraieer o lecalM of uilcii 1-tS
uaien s tieaa uispensary,
No. 73 Wait Jcfron .tri.A
77coJiUroww LtutlUo, K
Cairo City Book Bindery
Id prepared lo
Maamfactare Btaaav Beake ssssd eta al
klsiele of Haak Blaaias; astel Rssllac.
73 Ohio IaeTeca
- - ILLINOIS
I twi-br slrrn that ilehutt hiB(f been male
for mum tlmu Ixty iy in Hie rinnt or a por
iinn ..rihi uniiiiint Miirnl to Im bra evr'aln
nioritK,x-iH'l byOoteoiryCttlley lo mul
MtuTyl'rml IMwIn I'arnnni. Truateee of the
UnlmUltr rropftlr, ilateu miwiiiMru, u.re.
conl.-l in th ltetfonlpr'K Offlce, In and 'er Ali-undori-ounly,
In hiate or IMIDoiS, In Uook"E.'
nuife tn eto. Wr, Ibvande IiikI,IiI Inl.teea,
wlilnti Ttie.UT,lhitli dy of liciiilxr, Inttant,
A' 1). IH7D,t io o'clock In the forrtioon of thai
dr, undr and by virtue of tlio o.r uf wlo ron
i.lufd in sall uiorlKijo, sell, at puhlUj anotlon, lo
Hit. hiht hiddrr, lor c.h. al the i.tHae bullillBS
or 'd Trustees, romrr of W.tilDton tnu
and tstli 'trrH, In td Ollr or Cairo, in Alexander
counljr and Htttn nf llllmd., all die Tllil, title
and lnlrt of .aid Voitntff Oiilley. orli a
lKn, In and In lot nuino-ri-d Ctlili-fl) la
Motk iinmrwrM 7S (i-Mi-nty xhrrr) In aaM CHjv of
t-nipit. Kf.n..lini. i iliM riHurtlitil Lititl llierrof.
wltli tlw ai-purt'naiiccK, to utlntv .tlx purpose
and rondl Ion ot udd S'urltjs.
late.l,Clro, Illinois, Ix-milxr lth, IITp.
' ri. KTAATrt TA vLtllt.
Tru.Uri or tho Cairo City Property.
S rid ltd
HKE.V & UII.HEKT,
ATTOKN'EM AM) COL'.VSKLLORS AT
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Mtlea r. sjllbrrt, J
opMialallfeliou givn w AJminlly aad Sirtini-
Uiace Okla !.. Uaaieie 7 add
r lily Natloaml Bank.
LLEBf, WEBB eV BUTLKIl
Ofllre Sei Brcee Mew BtMiaiaa;. eorwa
f alsei ev.ssaWI rssa irrlai Ave.,
il. Wataass Webk, I
UlCiLEkT KOUTE FROM
ILUHOIS CENTRAL R. fi.
HI. t.OUts, T.OIIU VlllO. ClMClHHSttl
CklcsiKo, Kow Yerk Betn
Points East and Worth
ln.eu;rr Trnlne Arrive at nn4 leave
S'alro) m (allewei
ARIIIVK-lliO A. ...-.. ..Bi1U P. at
lIKI'AKT-'SlOS A. M ,...3l3P. SS
lloth trains oouurct at Ceulrnliawithtralnsoo III
I'aua, neestur, Hloomle;to, SCI Paso
l.a Nalle. MtMtlolK, Krc.jwrt, Ualena,
Subuque, n.l nil Mlsst 1st llllweU.
MU.ourl, Mtusseaola, WUceMela !
And till linKinnnlio! Kl and Weil for
St. Louis, .Sprlni,'lli-ld, liUiiisvllle. Clu.
iliiimtl, InilUnapolls ic Columbus,
tn.l Cliimio wild MiclHKu UvnlrM, Mlnhi.
dt Huuthvro. tud I'liulKirn, Fori Uyue
end Cliicnao llilrou! lo . .
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On ii ud ufter Thutstluy, April 18th
(ruin "III nut as folIuHsi
M lilt... ... .. f
vat . u.j
...t.i'i r. m
Kviiri H. i....... bD 4. m.,
Mail -t.W r .
&lH.in., ..Ii.m nnnumfinim kl t-uiiii III. II.,i..Im'
Crulm, It, It. for Chid mid all point, .omii 11
wllli I hit ll. A. (it. I J a, lt (uf Iii'i.fnN,i.
H1MI IIH', Mllll Nil HI) rH.I HIM .MIIMl N,
.n, ul ripriiiullrl I lli Hie Tdi-d-i, Wnlm.li
Wl-.li-r.l II. K . tor (jillnry Ktld .11 point, wr.t, mid
lllilli i liii-HKO l. I.oiii II. It. lor rl. Iu.
.nil UliH'Hy.i, nml all point, i.oiili nd noilliwi-.l,
K. iMil'liK, (li-n'l bur
And ull kinda
I.KOAI. AMIS COSIMKIICIAI. J Oil
8MTTH eV CO.,
Also, keep constantly on hand a most com
plete stock ot
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Pft, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
XV 1 1ST ESS.
U'o uro intent lor J. Held A Co.'n C.lclirnled
We -II exrlutlTrlr for Cash, to which loci wo
larite ttie attrntion of closo tutriin ImyeM
Bpeci.l atlnntion altcn to filling orders.
Q THE MOyiJ."
H. M. HULEN
Mai Kesaoved tn lUe 014 HtaasJ
M Commercial 1 Avenue
Where he solid I. a contmtisncr tf palronas
hlffurnivrcu.to mr, all tln ot m iumi
new onee at mar .it prime grot-trie , proTlslon.y
ete., remarkably cheap for c.ih.
Term, t HtrUtly oil, for which he III .rli
over then Ihelowetl, 7tl
W. Slr.llun. T. Hird,
gTKATTON & IIIIII),
isoeea.ora to Wt.llon. Hud.on A Clsrk,)
AaresUa r Astserlean Pwwd.r Co., asMi
Manisractarer. Astessta far SNssiaa Vnrss
Q D. tVILLIANSO.V,
Ne. 70 Ohio Levee,
apeclnl tlenlleat kItcm la Ossalgss
aeale a4 rilllaa Oril.ra-
iBAt ESTATE lUB&l
kWvMkW aTC I sm eT el eVOTvaseSOTan
WIWHTOX A CO.,
(8ueoe.ora to John Q. Herman A Co.,)
ei ....... a II Pteeeeeeee
74, Second Floor, OHIO LEVEE
Buy ami Soil Ileal Estate
rUBNIHll AIINTllACTN K TITI.I
Importer and Wholesale Dealer
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Arui'. for IW.t lrund uf
CllGAM AND STOCK ALE
........ 11V .
Imported Alosi ordif
75 OHIO LEVEE
COW. UT11 ST. A: Oil 10 LKVrIF,
alru, - - - IJIinoU
IIhjjii.i riH-ulvi-d a full .u-l t-oii,ple(iVmk
Gents' Furnishing Goods
1 ererr le rriliMon, wi(.-li will I M at Prices,
lli.i Mill n.il Uil tu .ml .11 iureheri. I'eriH-l
.dl.au'intntm'O. . .t.i '
Shirts, Huts, Caps, etc.,
I. not exi- lUdiu i-olut "t -r ' . lo mi'l iii.itit
l.tlill till, i r nil iilllrl linrli'rt
DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.
OPTICIANS A 0CUU9TS
rOR QVK CELEBRATKD
And Eve Glasses
The undermratlnneild'aTanlaei e r these la
ordinary use, the proof cf which may be eMa.ta
the Batraertllnarjr a.Ue and con.Unlly ia-
creating, demand forth.m:
ltl. Tli.tfrom ihepeeallarnanelnietloa of lite
(tae. ther ASSIMT and FltEHEaVB the si gl
r.mlprtnK frriuentchansjes nnneeessary.
. Tli.ttli.ytionfer a brllllaaev aaa dl.lleoS
n... of rl.lon, with nn nmotint of EASE aad COaf.
FUllTnot hitherto enjoy.d ly .pectaele wearers.
3. That th. msl.ri.l from which the Leasee are
ground, I, m.ntifiw-turi'd srelslly for optic pur.
k..., n.l I. I'OltK, KAHD and BK1LLUNT,
and not llnUetoliecome fcratched.
4th. Thst the frnmes In whlrh- they are set,
whrthcria (lol.l. Hilier or8tl. are of the flneat
qutllty and llnl.li, .nd Kiiiranteed perfeol In
WATOHVARKUH. JKWTI-ER.S A!IP
Fine JrwrlrV. Dl.mnnd.. Solid Hlltrr. PI.U4
Ware; also Manufacturera of J. wolry and Ola.
lSTo. 83 Ohio Xievee
Sole Agents for this place, from whom only ceil
Ih.y he oM.lnM. '
.o Pedlar s'ninteijrexl.
HanufMlnrlnx Optician., Hartford, Coaa. '
THK BAVIN VERTICAL FEKIs
The CompIetst, Slatplest aad lie
Scnlas; Xachlne In Use.
Cot, 8th SI, &Washtngton Ave
The drman.l for the HAVIft HKWIMI MACII
lMKin Hie AileatieHUUs, wh.r Ih.y ar. Im.1
Hnnwn. and Wlirr. Ih .UDbl.nl .11 ollwr., 1
gmer than ran Im .iippl rd.
It nerrr falla In any kiwi of work. II Is simple,
consisting; of a few ,tron parts, and 1U vert!-
teel enaiiie. H 10 run over ...in. mnm wi nun cut
nrr,wiihoutch.naeef.tltch or tension. ,
Clothing and (Mot. rn.nufturr. preferlt to
all other., and tlutl lti.Ju.ilh tlilnjt for fSmllr
Mwlng eterybody wil 1 wknowlnlyo .ft.rx.m-
'"mmsih. Hinlfru hate sttI site id difltr.nl
slyl.s of tni.li, aud repec1'11 lnT,u sllwbo
BEST SEWING MICtllNE
Manufactured logire llicrua rail before purehae
lngoli.wh.rr Call aai (let a Cltralar.
y ALTER WALONY.
AM) DKALKSU IN
Eighth St., between Washington tl
Atljoiiiliiff Hltleatstauaei at llassajr'a.
lu-.-pllivU-.t of ll.if, TotU, Mutton, Vrsl, Lamb.
fauuKUi etc., and .ro prepared to r citisooa
milio ino.t lu'cept.lU inanu.r. octisdtf
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
OaalVO, - m m m Xl's lXXOlSBI
f Orders tilled promptly and
he fullest satisfaction guarran-
AND DKtl.KR IN ALU
KINDS OF FliESH MEATS
Cor. 18th aad Peplar SU,
Cairo, - - - Illinoia.
Iliir.niiJ eltUKhters only the t.e.l entile, V
an I sheep, .oil I. pnonred to nil iny d.m.ad U
fre.li ini'.iits 1 1 urn im. iMiua-i Ij tea tliuiuwd
pumida. . d fgtit
TKAMaHlfHls-asa Weskla fweMeer
Task, Mverpnal nasMBaa.
far pasiuge epply lo I'll AH T IIIXUK,
i & w nn