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BY JOHN H. OBERLjT
PAINTS' OILS, ETC.
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STEAM H8.INFS, BOILERS
Copper and Sheet Iron Work
No. 248 Eaat Pearl Street,
LATH AKD LUMBER
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letwem 'Commercial and WAsb-
CmMtlheMlitaK Flt aad
Qaarts CcbicbU v
la alwavjrs ' hawd.
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Chartered March 81, 1SOO
City Rational Bank.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. '
A. B. fiAFFOKU. President;
"Tfl ifflbor. tieereurt and .Tiwaaarer.
' ' DIUOTUUi
P. W.TiXnCr.AT, CHA3. OALTHHRR,
r. M. t)TOUKFI.ETUr PAULO. SCHUil,
R.H. CU3M.NGUAM. W. P. HALLWAY,
J. H HILLIPg.
3 ItfMlt (Cf Ur AbNII RNtlTfllftOH
' ! Uwwt.
latere.lp kid on deposit al, tbe rate of ( Mr cent.
, Mr.ianu in March lul end Bepi.-lu.
Iattraetnot withdrawn I added Immediately to
" VarrU .Wamiea Mil ChUdrca
. 'alaydepo.lt money otr,t . .
yiymtU-,,. . , ,W. HIBLOI'.TreaaUrcr. .
cm iiTinmi riiik
. c?Kiua - fiop.ooo
U 11130 ' 1 I -
- ( K HALLIDAY. Pmll.Ml
j r-,WAXTKR UTSLOP, Aubtul C.UtU.
- ' 1 DIRECTORS.
aiaU Halta .
tiao. D. mtllaaiiOB,
'a; b. Baer.
n, P. Hallldar,
XhcohaRKe, oiu and
U. S. Bond Bought
and Nolil. -
HflSI NUIOHil. BilK
C.-m. MDCNUEM, CMklir.
yrr&'ZZZS 1 '"TIT
1 ft 1 dmm,
tan tJ.iiT Jim -i . . ! ,
vmct ot 4, 15. DOBBINS,
430 North Eighth St., Phllada.
"A- oelor ani dressiBftliat ill
Int 'Wru thV'fSilbr' injure tbo
head. , I
It doos. not produce a colb
mechanically, is the "oiiouous
It gradually restores the hi
to its brigiual. eblor aTicj lustre,
by supplying ne life "anil vigor.
It GAiutes a luxuriant growth
of 8ofl, fitio hair.
Tho host and sufeRt article
Clean and Pure. iTo sediment
ASK FOR noil BINS'.
SMYTH A: CO.,
Alto", kmp roDilintlj on baod taoit oom
put toclr et
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
Wk'UieluilT for Cub. to wkieh uet
lamAtattfotion of cio.e brgiln bujara
7lcti'ttnUm clren to.BJIlDr. order.
:7 S. gB ANDES
M1LLI N E RY
ladle' Foniishlav (iooda,
Caraitr ninth ttratt."'
A . T
AH klndiofclothlnc InrLndl.' aur mada in
order. or rxadj mada. Alto, t full atrortmaat af
Mli.t'kD' Ladlaa'ah'a. tnnail
Wood, coal, etc.
yoX AND COAJL.
li pff pr i to df liter tba brat
fire Wood & Stone Coal
Ia-anVf)Ari hi thttW. in An nuantit v .Hti aW.
Ceal BellTirt at 4 fif Par Tern.
OFFICE Otar Bt.rw.rt. Orth k Co'.'u miare
tor, tuq doori abova lha v'arnar ef Eighth' attaat
ana Wniaafrlal Tnia, " . . ' ilaeiHt
Iaaa optical wondar, raraala the thauianda of
hidden wondan of Nature; la ot permanent Una
and pnu-llcaJ availabllitj, combining tnttructlon
with amutament, and nerer loa.ng It lntetet. It
TEN THOUSAND TIMES
a power eqnal tn other microncopea of man?
tinjei Itscont, IteTcacpunttullftlawoilil, all
around u; teeming with life, whleh to tba naked
ejremu.l foreverreioainaiealed book aaaalain
vinex u.'anlmala In water, cheeae niltea, atijtar and
Jtetwnaeeu, nillk Globule, cl.wa and liairaofln
ecta, hundredior eyea ln a alnglo rjr pf a Or.
iluatata tattcrflr'a wincato baparfaollr formed
fealliara, lha much talked of Trlnvhlna Hpin.li or
pork worm, which waa flril d.acorered in America
' with tin MieroMope.
It ia of Intlnate' Value f profemlnntl men, to
tea.'hera and to atudrnja, but nowherej it of
greater Tklnetban n th family aUe, within iho
reach of er.rf irwimUr. It Will Joliailit journelf,
your children and tour frieima during the long
wlnterereninga. Il will tbow you aduHeraiinn
and uncleanliucMoi Turlmuklnjuof foo.l.a.i u
gar, tea, bread, meal, Jto.
It is of In f fitlmnbcl Vnlnc to tuo Furuic
In exammlnc iniect which pray upontiiacroni.
Thaiin.,Al .MlmlntnuiiK. .n.t.A t I I -
,11a, ponit run tie n that any cliliu can u.o It under
.atoudiDgl j wjlU appreciation, .
aA, Ifoaailfil pre.eiit, elegant, iolrucjiTf; An) ua
During the paat aix yaaia ita worth ha been te.
tilted to by tjiouiauda of actentifio me n, larmora,
reboot Uachara, atuden), pbya.iclan,, hoodi of
fuwlti, and other,
T,,ry. inlrument i nearly boxed, aad nand.
aVItnalw I k I 11L m. a. . , '.a . m. I ana.
.I - , yf, ji'i.lNBSi CO.,
1 mi. 1 '
StTS72?i7 "JoBiniy Journal of tafor.
lareauna iLiormatirm nn
ra.or creation atorlea. ktrh. 1. '
00 per- jey. Thla jouraal will ka .ant Free
for one r
orpe, at the regular pri
lar price, 13, (I
d oarbeant run 1
art'ahaeJahlniae It taZi
croav'ope. end alx oenla for
" ateniaaad Iaia, iaia Microepoi'll'ln t:'
' - . '
a , 1 fT.V
1 ijea ihilluin ' '
0'JonovivlCot-lfciutM to I
The mother of Spenkcr BUlne dlod at
St. Paul last weoltt -H . . y
J udge Wmr'Brown, i prominent citizen
of Jaekasin vlll& AimA lU.. ,u iliL
, , M.H mtrm.v kr. m u.ll.
Mtia Artill tVlA'aAAri.' 1' J .t-u..-t.
ium ir waaura sUU next montli
Qoreraat2iladVV.Ukawaf , bai Inat
inrooor nil children by death-afneo No
vember jut. .
VlcPrctldetii Oolfnx left South ;licnd,
Indiana, on Sunday, for Waabington, 0 be
prctont at the extra ieulon of thu Senate.
Art Infant ion of Secretary Belknap
died at tho Burnett Houie: Cincinnati,
Sumner liaa been invited br tho St.
Louii Agricultural Aiioclaticn.toaddrtii
thetn at tho openinc of their fair on the
firit Monday in October.
The Kev. Dr. Guthritf,,tho diitiniruUhcd
Scotch divine, haaViDttmaled" a nurniSn tn
visit tho United Slatci lomo' time nest
autumn. .. 1 ...
Mn. Cobb, wife ot Dr. Cobb, of Milton
Academy, who eloped with If hi DtfW.f
Farmington, Me., has becomo Jiopelcsily
The Meridian OazctU of -thd Otk'dv,
acribea tho lateit-wonder m folio wi: "The
grcateit living wondefof the use, a well
formed and fullydovelopjdemalo.chlld(
born in Lincoln county, JTeTtteMco; tho
most rcmarkablo i'reale of maturo- -now.
living, and whbio Complex iof matlon' l
creating more enatiba: atrujng'iclcntiflc
men. than any curiosity arer beforo koown,
can be ejn every day thii wwk under the'
Phoinlx Hotel. She haiotlrVrell divelSj
opou reel and legi, nnd lidu-favtifron the,,
waiit down, two UUUnct beinw.- whlla
above tho waist ikerhaajsitaatural lym-
metrlcal form, with ond tegrand one
body. She U romarkably lieaUhy, vigor-
cm and tBtalllgtjBt,' aad aclentifio men
curioaity thil'.iiaroWf overproduced.
Tbe Trty AUawjaa; tlaa AUbaaaa
ClavlaaM mm OUaer aMeBtmtaxI itaea
lleaia Hctwe.ii UreaU
- rltJSa-tUaaai- Mat ike
AnsTAcr oprra raevisiona.
' WaumaTOK, May a. Tbo treaty was
signed by tho High Commission nt, tba
Department of Slate. Tbo gentlemen,
after tbis.wua done, exchanged congratula
tion on tbo result of their labors, express
ing tbe belle! tbat tbey had done tho moat
they ponibly could for tho peace and: bun
rir of the two countries. Although tho
Commiuloners have been cautious in talk
ing. to persons outside their. own circles,
the following points will be' found ta be
'irjf. There are to be two boards of aSl
bitralion or. commiMloners. -.To. ono will'
be referred the Alabama and other similar
ctalois which sire raoognized as national
and bo lottledonthtrprinciple -of raapon
sibilitv for., such denredations where ilha
covernmaat hat not oxercued the utssott
diligence and every possible-precaution
to prevont privateerbelng filled out at'
its ports to prey upon tho cotnmcrco.6rraV
power with whom it was at peace.. t tt
' .Thu'ahof bb'ard'U to take, ,'cognimnco
of-mitcellaneoui claims, British and Amer
ican, conllned princidaliy to tho period
from tho commencement to the close of
our utc civil wur. Among these are i St
Albans claims tot damago ta property
tn mat town oy tno iwnaaiani, and a
number of claims fur Fenian invasions
into Canada aro to. bo admitted. As .to
tho cbtims of British subjects for seizures
of their cotton, Great Britain, through
its commissioners, does nut rocognizo tbm
In cases where each subject took up hit
domicil in tbe South, as thereby they
subjected thotnsolves to all. the risks and
contingencies of war. AH legitimate
claims for cotton will be considered. It
has been reported without warrant that
ill umount to thirteen or moro millions,
but' this ii considered to be a. creut exag
geration. They will not probably amount
to a million dollars. Thcro will bo no dif
ficulty! In ascertaining nil the particulars,
as the. Treasury Department has all tho'
dates of seizures of cotton, names of own
ers thereof, and all the particulars con-
corning Its seizure.
Tho Government la awnro that n full
lilt of;-JJrlllib, claim was recently pub
lished In tbat country, but it also has inJ
formation, that many of tbOrii;'bvC already
bconfadjuttod, while plhersjHI riot como
within thiprovisiorii of ihatreatyJ Afhon'tr
tho'clalms which will alio .como beforo this
board will baCthatof our Government.
growing out of tho pur elms 0 of saltpotre
In the kast Indies during the war, and
which was seized bylhe British authori
ties. Thcro aro other miscellaneous"
claims which, will como, before, this iecond;
Thn Ran .Timn Question will lift rnfarrnrt
x rqm.100 cnaraciorpi vuo uucumenu ac
rom'nih'vfrlBthTtrcatTltls inferred that
tba dacUkw cannoA.faiLtoJbVln-aVor 6f
tho United States.. The. Ualifprqvles;
for tho free navigation of tnd Suliawrenco
j fjatse TOlh 1Wnal ;
.lH(tia4)uVIh(iirftpj)t boen .as,
ortaIn,erd,wlth.ufflci9nt accuracy to Just U
fyj itsiaiBant bf ,tbem, , i. u ,
LoadC'aVaaM-to-day mias tatei la'
I a I a. a I a . If ' 1 a ! 1 Id J .
saying tuat irwy,.pnij1tj,rjiiinea 0
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, MAY 11,
both Houses oCParliamont, though it will
teqniro'-leeiilatlon to carry1 iwmo of iti
provliioni into effect. ,
111 )bpep.ln fadiVMhfoeton 'afiona?
UfitOUan. Imiioho w arnla' Itjin,
authoritative official itatement of tho re
lult of tho Joint, lligU Csmmtulon. Tbe
traatv'ia'tn'W known aa the "treaty of
WMhington foeitor.uU ultra ant; of, the
raImTnd;inJiiry"alleged by tho JnIted
nHN fl OOOUnvoi' too eacnpu ui vuuieu
orato ctuUen frpm British prts and dep.
rfidaWeni ajraltted by thoio vcmU durJ
lriMiiU7r AiMUatlon is constl
to,eotiUt. ofsftve Sfbllratofi, oris
th UnltjdBlatea, ono by,
1 tied, the other thrao each by
1 - , ... . . ,1 . ... '
J TE!f.i -Vha 'aaiaJaUahea rrtal
jfrscna niieav uta,tv BM' obligations or
. - . - . - ...... .
nouis gjwaHia (9 generally reccivca
puonc jaw wflwa ruJe, aitnougn not ad
mlttod by ,tbo British commissioners to
iiavo been in force at tho time, aro yet, it
is agraca, 10 rcirpacranugovcrn tho decis
ions of the tribunal of arbitration. This
tribunal may either award damages in de
tail or in grots at hi discretion, or it may
refer this dutV to. a board pf aisolsors, lit
tlng'ln tbo United StatcsYnlio. it ihall
.report from, time to, tlmo until payment
u jjiuuu iu;turuiugij. 100 iiruisn gov
ernment frank) v exnroaim itar-rrrnt nt thn
occurrence of tho Incidents complained of
oymo unuca ataij. Jbor tuo adjudica
tion of all othor claims of citizens of the
United SlaUs acnintt Great Britain, and
of citizens of Uroat Britain nirninst tho
United Slates durins tho samd ncriod.
that it, from 13th April, 1801, toUth April,
18C5, an ordinary- mixed cornmission ts
provided, to sot at AVasblngton, with an
umpire,-to bo' nominated, if necenarv. bv
a designated friendly power. This limit-
aiivu-vi AAiuuia uiuiurioiiia. Buoaunce, tor
it confines reclamation niralmt tho United
States to Incidents of actual war. It is
accompanied, alio, with tho declaration,
wijfowj pa jju xwiiisn. tiorqraissionerij
to" e fleet" tbo excluding" of claims on ac
count , of slvo nroporty. Groat Britain
docs hot recoghlzo claims subject for seiz
ures or cwoinrrcasos wnoro thoy took up
their olKxfe'ln the South, ai tbov Womo
lubjoct to the contingencies of war,
An regard to tbo iiihones, in addition ta
liberty already iccured to them by tho
treaty or laiH. tbe fishermen of the Un twl
.tatAXti sea fiih
unawe.coioBy oirrince xawara s island
and islands adjacent, without being, re
stricted to any-dirUneo from ihore, with
permission to land! upon such coasts.'
shores and Wands, and also upon the .Mag.
dalen isl&hda, jfoi tho nurposo of drying
nots anS'o'uring their fiib, subject, of
course, to local rights of private property;
and tbo same liberty ii granted to British
subjects .on. tho: eastern sea-coasts and
shoresjof the United States north of 89th
parallel or laUtudo. This liberty not to
include In cither ildo shell-fish or salmon
and shad fisheries, or other fisheries in riv
ers or mouths of .rivers. It is further
agreed that flsh-oll and fish of all kinds,
except fish 'of inland lakes and their riv
ers, and except, fish preserved in oil, tbo
produco of tho fisheries ; also of Dominion
of Canada, or Princo Edward's IilAn'd,
t-.iti ...it. 1
snail do aumuieu into eacn country re
ipectivoly, froo of duty. Tho privileges
thus conceded ta the United States aro ob
viously most' important ones. It g as
serted by tno llritish Government, but
noi nuaiiiHJUi pj mo united CiUlCJ, that
tbo priyiloges accorded (q cltizons of tho
uniioq piaies are ot greater valno than
those accorded to subjects of" Great Brit.
aip.tand to prevont or avoid controversy
on thii'polnt 1 1 is agreed that a mixed com
mission shall alt with an limniro to be no.
pointed by a designated friendly power to
determine whether any compensation for
aufb-ajleged excess, of privl8goi, and how
much oup-ht to bo paid bv tho United
8. i . . r
X Ixaxt comes' the varuds questions of
navleaUon ,4ud.coratercUl transit which
ara'auposcd'of by declaring, tho naviga
tion of tbo'rlvar St.XaWr'enci and riven
Yucan, Porcupine and StllHno to bo for-
ver free and open to citizens or lubjocti
or Doto countries ; uy providing lur the
equal use of the Wolland and. St, Law
ronco and other canals In theDomiulon,
on tho ono hand, and of Lako Michigan
anu sc. uiair uau anu canai on tuo other;
by providing rur tuo tree transit or merch
andise. to and fro, as well in thu British
possesions as in 'the United States, and
abolishing provisional export duty on
American lumbor on tho river St. John.
All these provisions conoerning tho' fish
eries and commercial transit uro uf courso
made contingent upon boing approved by
tho. Congress of the United Statos and tho
Britfih Parliament, Parliument of Canada
and IiOglsluturo of Prinuo Kdwurds is
land. , By these various stipulations all
the privileges of fishing, navigation and
transit accorded to thu United Hiatus by
the treaty of 1854, nro once moro obtained.
and In better form, and without tho bur
densome conditions of that' treaty in thu
matter of reciprocal Importance.
Of tho ponding subjects of controversy
between tho two govurnmcuts thero re
mains to bo considered tho question of tho
north-western boundary lino. It U to bu
remombcrcd that .tho line, bv tho treaty
of .1840, rum by tho middle channel which
teperatiistno continent from Yuncouvor s
Island,. but suvoral of such chunuols exist.
Ureal .Britain contends tho channel uf
that treaty ts tho 'Kosiirtii itraitssrtbu
United States that it is the Canal de Ilaro.'
tW t,wo Channols'bdirfg icper'atod by ".the
Isluud of Han. Juan. 'This question having
boon oncoyiepof tod pn by a mixed com
rolsnlpn 'for tf aof W?' of ,tho 'lino, tho
United States are not content to refer it to
otbe uch commission,-norr has it been
uwiubu uuuvomoiii, even tuuuuu suvu'.art
Vupal.'be appointed by a friendryjsoverolgn j
power. Instead of this, it has been agreed j
by-tbo present treatyto lubmit tho ques
tion uircctiyf to si neutral nowor, anu tno
Kmperor of 'GurniRnv'iiiu been seloctud
for that purpose Th6"Govoriimcnt of the
untm latos has in its hands mucin ioq
urhontarvovldoncrjln'tbe'sunpo'rt of its
:p'retrtilona not' heretofore' made uso of.
ij.ub iun as wauAl 'on.uiuer gruunua is
confldant'it has botterfreosou 011 itssido to
ai'suro to the Unltod'States the poiienion
of the, Island of San, Juan. -Such is nn
outline ofrtbe provisions or the present
treaty, and luch are some of the consider
ations which hava'commendod it to tho
PBrobatlon of the President. ft i
adeatl.n Bltea OtTthe Ear
", a-.ssweuaajcer. ,
f About 1 b'clock yesterday afternoon, a
most sickening light was wltncHcd In the
vWolty of Nell McCallior'a loloon. on
Sixth (lato St. Clair) itrcet. It seems
that the well-kndwn Johnny Kewoll was
talking in a boisterbds'mtinnor to Ilcnrv
A. Grant, tho colored foot racer, with
whomNowoll ran a foot race in the oil
ric4. Officer Lewis Job niton, of thn
mayor's polico, who had lomothlng to do
wltbo acocamolong. and beforo he
bag..spbkenowcllwsa tied 'him with vilo
epithoU Johnston told hltrt to keeb
quiet, but this had tho effect of Increasing
his dliorflerly domomtrallonsj and tho'of
fieer ordered him utder arrest. Thoy had
proceeded but a shott distance up Sixth
street, when'Nowell draw from his pocket
a large brui ker. and oefbro Johnston was
awaro what ho was iroioir to do. recnlvnrl
two scvero blqws updn tTio head. Newell
nl tho same tlmotripned him. and hn ffll.
catching hold o( nnd taking Nowell down
witn him. "Whllo struggling in tho gut
ter "Newell got tho left cat of tho otBcer In
hit mouth, and bit It entirely off us close
as if it had been cut off with n knir. The
office? regained his feet , a moment aftor
ward, and, notwithstanding ho wits bleed
ing and suffering. lntensoly from tho loss
of his car and tho gash on his head, clung
to his prisoner and convoyed him to tho
mnyor a office.
After No well had been lotkod up, Mr.
Prescott, tho gcntloman referred to, stated
that he, saw Newell spit tbe oar out orhls
mouth. Thcr inavor nucordlmMv nni
Jbr2!Li?.bjtf.Oijn found it In
uiq gutter, ncar.iue scono ot.tne aUray. It
was, lakeu to. tbe .mayor's office and t rom
tbenco to Simon Johnston's drug house,
whero it wus placed in alcohol, and will bo
gent until tno court meets.
Meantime Dr. Murdoch, tho cltv nhvsl
cian, was summoned and tho wounds of
tno injured , .nan drossod. The
wound upon his head is about an
Inch and a half in lenirth. Tno nlnca
irora wnenco tno car was taken
had tobo sowed up, nftor which plasters
were placed, upon it and tho whole head
banduced.up. Johnston than mada nn In.
r 1 .. . .
formation acainst- Newell for mavhenTf
tho warrant was rood ii him, and' ho was
toW.bo would haiQ.to. rpmnin in. tho lock-
UP until this momlni? at 10 nVlnrL-. wl.nn
a hearing' will take place.
Tho ponaltrTor thooffense is a flria of
$1,000 and firo ycarsjn'thpponltentlary.
ine. tho officer Drefer a charrfo of ifiti.
vatcd aisauU and bnttory .against him, in
or'ilor that tho ptinUhment .may bo as se
vere as possible, but it is doubtful whether
moro than one charge will hold good, and
In caso this should prove correct, only
tho ilnlormation 'for ' mayhom ' will bo
An Albany .paper insists that seven
Republican member pf tbo Now
York. LesUlaturo wero offering to sell
themselves to the Democrats on tho occa
sion of tho late deadlock In tho Assembly
when .ono. yote was wanted to giyo tno
Democrats a maority. Their proposals
were, of course, treated with the contempt
tbey deserved, but tho following wero tho
rnvua ni, wuiuii i.uoy vmuuu luemsoivcs;
The first man wanted $500,000 In cash.
Anothor Bopublirnn legislator, with a big
jurfjuuau anu ruiucr rca noso, could settle
with hisconscienco for$220,000, cash. Tbo
third, a very mild-mannered, lnoffenslvn
young Kopubllcan from tho rural districts,
was reudy.to voto with tbo Deraocruti on
receipt of S200.000. and any offleo In tho
city of Now York which would glvo him
employment for two year at h salary of
?4,UOO per your. Tho fourth, a church
mcmbor, and ono of thoio ardent Repub
licans above suspicion, wanted $150,000 in
cash, and a place in the Canal Board,
wnero no could take caro of a few friends.
Democratic Acquisition. .
Tho Now York World in an article in
a recent Issue, makes tho itatement that
most of tho lurvivlng member! of Presi.
Uont Lincoln's cabinet look with more
favor to-day on tho Democratic party than
thoy do on tho Republican. It says:
Secretary Cnase was willing throo years
ago, to bo tho Democratic candidatu for
President. Postmastor Gonerul Blair, to
gether with his fatho and brother, all
earnest Republicans, when the Democratic
party was pronounced a corpso, aro among
tho foremost in our ranks. If Secretary
Wells is not a Democrat, ho is surely no
Republican : wo daro tav ho voted for
Govornor Fnulish in tbo lato Connecticut
election. Secretary So ward lonj; ago
censed to bo a Republican leader. An
drew Johnson returned to tho Demo
cratic fold almost as soon as ho became
President. If that ablo statesman, Chits.
Francis Adam, is still a Republican, no
body in that party trusts him. Gunsrul
Grant ignores him as completly ai ho ig
nores Androw Johnson. John Qulnuy
Adams, a Republican when tho Dcmo-
crutio parly was proclaimed dead, has
since been twico thu Democatic candidute
for Governor of Massachusetts. David A.
Weill, a zealous Republican in those da vs.
holds an appointment under tho Demo
cratic Governor of Now York. Tliosu em
inent Republicans, Gratz Brown and Curl
Hchurz, made a coalition with thu Demo
cratic pnrty in Missouri. John A. Logan,
i.ymiin 'i'rumuuii, uovornor Alcorn, mid
Governor Geary, would prefer a liberal
Democratic President to tuo re-election of
Guuurat Grunt, and at least one ot.tho four
would beaming tqv bu tho Democratic
candidate himself. '-
jtook to your cnii,im;
Tiieffat Soothing Remedy
Cure colio and griping ) l'rle,
in tho bowel', aud f- I Z
ciliistes the. process cf Ceats.
toethlegMlf. . J
Mr. friubduea 0 0 n v ulnl'n 1 I'rlee,
WHITCOIB'SJ ood jveioom.'. alldla- I SI'
' Hyran. ' l eajea inoldent to In- f Cents.
; I faata and children. )
r Cure diarrhea, dlaen-S 1
IB'8 I tory ami aninmer coin. I
1 plalntlnchlldlenolBll f Ci
lllsthc-Oreat Infants nd Chlldreu'a Hoolhlng,
IliDiedy in all Uworder brought On by ,Teoihl.i
ur any niheroauae'. -rrepared by the , "
QKAFTON MEDICKCU., bt. Loula, Mo.
Sold by l(uggt and Ucalora lu Medicine
AWAIMaYM AR, M, ., Phyil-
cian, 8urgcon and Accoucheur, for
merly ol Anna, Union Co., llllnol. baa perms,
nently located in city. OFFICE-Commerclrl
Avenue, betwien Sth and 9th Btrcets West aide,
CW. 1UNXIN,M.D. lies-
IDENCK-Corner Ninth and Walnut
OFFICE-Cornar, Sixth Street and Ohio rTee'
OKFJCK HOUR3-From 9 a.m. to 11 mi, and
WILLIAM K. SIHITH.III. D
RESIDENCE No. 11.-Thirteenth re
etweeaWaahingtoa AvenUe andalnut 'Street
OFFCn- ltfl Comercl.l A'trrift. iiV.KIr.
H AKU.VEK, M. D., Cairo
kksidexhp: run., of
-vomer 01 iineieenin ai.,
ana naamgion arc. OFKlCr-
ao.,orer iho Po.tofnre. OPFICE OUHS
from 10b m to 13 m., (Hundaje oxcepteilj anJ'
j. .... .U w ,,,
Inrenlora harln bmir.o., with the United
State Patent OtHce will find it to ttielradtnntaKe
M intrintltlnthe;handaof ilia old eitaWUhed
Mason, Fenwick & Lawrence,
intent Agent, Washington, K.C.
They hara done my busines to my aatlafac
lion, and 1 uko plcaaurp In recommending them
to W eitern Inventors.
Inrentorof Improved Keolv(og TubuUr, Water
vii ati aidbi it
, April. TO. 17I.
JOHN IIYLANIVS HAX.OO.V
In aapplleU wttb ll kinds l
Boost, Alo, ttio.,
OS COMMEHCIAI, AVJEXUE
Detween Eighth and HlnlhStreeta,
e thlraty, Vh3 lore good liquor, honld glre
him a rail, and thoe who want a
- Can have Iheirwanta supplied atbla bar.
raacTicat I C
HOUSE MOVLR AND BUILDER
l.i prepared to do all kind of
HOUSE noVlXU, IIOUSE RAisiira
Repairing of Kverjr Description
On thetnnat reasonable term. Order l?ft at the
rcaidaace of Mr. Kennedy, on Confer lreet, next
door tt thn new trhool building, or addreaeed to
the care ot !. O. Box 410, or the Bulletin oflVe,
will tweir m-nmw a'tenttnn. mvntr
HeTOnlr-five io two hundred dollar ner mnnlh
ererrwhere. male and female, tn IntmHnra iho
Oenulne Improved Cdmmoa Senao Family Sewins
niaraniiM" win allien, nem, leu,
tuck, bind, braid, cord, nullt and embroider in a
most superior manner. Price only (15. Fully
warranted for Ave vear. We will ay iiiOOO for
-.y iH.ino limkwiii new nsirunger, more rieau
fi'loi-, more clastic eam than oar. It make the
'Klaatlc Lpo? Stitch." Every second atltch can
.uf,.and """ lne c,1,b cannot be pulled apart
without tearing l We pay agenU l to 2Wper
twice hat amount can be made. For circular
wiNiR, mVVl3 iworanare.
438pruco Street, Philadelphia))'. .
CAUTIOX Do not b. imno.ed tliuin kntl.A-
pa tie pilmlng ott worthlescat Iron maohtnea
under the tame name or oihera Ie. Our ialhe
only g nulneand really practical theap machine
Troprlelor ot the
Billiard Saloon and Bar Boom
a IOO Commercial Ave. 1
Cairo - - - - Illinois
AL L EJV . MULKEY A
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT
William J. Alien, )
John II. .nulkey. CAIKO, ILI
Hnuiuel 1. Wlieclor J
Particular attention nnd to river nnd u.lmlrnHv
OOlee Ilooma 7&H Wllller'a Ulock.
KEEN V tilLIIEUT,
.trroitNEVs and codnsellors at
rVllllam II. ren, )
Vllllnm II. fillbert, l CAIRO, IM-
MIIcn '. (llllK'rl. j '
special aimutioa given to Admiralty and 9ieam
Uoiu on UlituL-avee. Itstmi 7 and
over lly NkiIiiiihI Uituk.
HrcruOaU or ATRaMat Co.,
Genera) Commission Mercbaii!
No, Ohio Levcc
CAIRO, ILL. f
PITY MAMNIIAIH NOTICE.
l'kR owner of Doal ate hereby h'ailRa,! stil I
.rnimand aner tne 10m ofi May.. J87ll will kill
all unlicensed doaa found runnlna? lon.a in.i.te
ne corimraie iimiiai'i inftetiyoi vairo. 1 can
'iMduiinii . ne viiv t,iern- orooe nany uuring.
otltoe hour,' trora tbe 1st of May Until the l&tli of
Mayjini. " ' ' ASP; CA1H,
J . ,b.oit '
8ucceaepr4A E. II. Hendricks k Co 1
i" S "'JO
w vw r ll lllisj
' ry .aajmigolfi iol tsmii
" -!fW.W8 tilt J
' ' - .''l tliWib watf
-4 t 'T .t
' f f3cAiRO(rrLtiNois.
MBEaAIi AltVANCKM KADI'
rrr.Ia.J"r,,Fnr''. J. to recelre, afore and forward
freights to all point', and bay and loll on com
mlMlon. , f
wuualneaitcnded to with crnmptnea.
QLOSK A VINCENyift k
and ilojltsja. -
Cement, Plasterer Paris
-V' .-.f U ton
Cor. Sth Street hI 01HLcree
t.'.-.'Ot. t :vnV Jii. (I
febHdCm., ., L lc,i '.ifitjq
. , ,.Xitj Paara
' ATiXIiEIl &::PARKV
Forwardinff . Merchants
COM M ISSION
And Dealer tn
Flonr, Sfcul, Hay, Caria, Oata.
WJL, O TJxR
And Agnta ol r
OHIO RIVER AKD KAN AW Hi
No. 70 OiiXO XiJU V JUS
Ha lO Ohio LeTce,
Npe-cinl at .eoii.tfe.Lh
u,fi1i...a tiiBtirtM.vt, y
ucceora to Straiton, Hudson kl
. . CAIRO. ILL.
r i inn taaii im ihi i c.
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