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MIYSICIA.VV
A. WAIKJYMAlt, M. !.,
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WILLIAM It. SMITH, I. U.
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mii -IM Commercial niir- lp Haira.
0. W. DUNNING, M. I),
FJIDHSCE-fornef Ninth nil Wtnnl at.
,,.r... M..ih ilm nnd Ohio levie.
Weir hottrt-froh. "''" nv, ""! I1 "'
M.AWVERS.
ALLEN, MUIiKKV k WIIKKLKH,
ATTORNEYS
AMI
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J. Allen, ") .
,lnl,n II.Mulkey, CAlltO, ILLINOIS,
fj.iniiicl I'.Wheeler.)
otrlNtiiftilnr attention paid to river nnd ml
mitntl) Im-ineia.
orrii-K nooMH 7 and 8 winter's iilocc
GREEN k GILBERT,
ATTORNEYS
AMI
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William It. Orecn,
en, ")
William n inn
OAtno, ILLINOIS,
MUoft r. 01111
IW8iofUi attention (Itch In Ailmiinlty
Htcamlmat btiaineaa.
OFFICE,
-euro i.evkk, nnou 7 and 8 oven
'ITV NATIONAL HANK.
THE BULLETIN.
Wednesday Morni.no, July 1?, 1871.
JOHN It. OllEKLY, Editor and PiiiLianrii.
Tram or tiic Dailt Ilitiriiv:
SubnerijifioH,
One week, by currier, 1'
One yearly carrier, In advance 10 ()
Ooo month, by mall 75
Three monthi, f2 S3
Sli montln 4 21
One year, 8 W)
The oKaatpnptrof AluanUr county ! Mr tilu of
Com) ; the only morning; daily in Southern Illinois ;
a vuU-avaif jonrnai ; tnudl, but fearUse ; out'
rroLra on all subjects of interest to the jM' ;
ml atargt ami Increasing circulation, the llu'.'f
tin toliatt the patronngt ot intelligent recvlcri t d
tnterpnnnj business men.
Hit DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN.
John II. Oberly A Co. havo reduced the tub
cription pneo ot the Weekly Cairo llullctin to
One PoUar per annum, making It the cheapest pa
per published In Southern Illinola.
For President, 1872,
JAMES R. DOOLITTLE,
OF WISCONSIN.
SujU to the decision of (ho national tk n
ocntic eonventiot .
The New York Voild o Senator Dao'.lt. 1 .
"UU record i so coiu'utcnt and untar
nithed that it may be likened to a straight
lint drawn acrots a vuztle a clear beam,
umwerved lit the Auctuatina atmonnhfrr
of American ;)o!ttis, through the past
From a A by Sena'or DaAUflt. Miterol at Ik
twit, m liCs.
"Let u act by the pccple of the South as Cimillut
pronod to do Ly iho Latlumsnturltii-y hid ri
IxjlfeJ aKlnjt ltomo nnd had tirn put down by
iueriun- ui .iiii. jivwcr, ttxica Mo que! on
.Ivan ill uiv iruMD, -imai PIII1II Io Mono W(n
I.t.um and tho people of I, tlumf therouere
tomeetea ihoie ho hhouto.1 : Coiifljcate tljeir
property; miKO mem iavc." TJiere wan, Jio-.
nr,nont thAVdiiy who would h.uo tnn.le Ihi'tn
l .tl...riii ilavc. Hut CamilliiH, wliofo
,-huf a iingl. line hat nud.- his numciiii.
uiu . iJ: a iiAtiirn, Ifl ua m 1K0 llioin icIIoh
" "1 1 iu M othe iKjuerandelnry ot
Kouin' Ii iiMioK-thitllieyiiaiotnlii iiuwutho
atnn of tl.e r uWllinn nu t hate rent nod their
lleiteiM-f tu tin. union ami the II i. nialco tho
b.otiira ople our fdloM-cltli'iii., and llill
add to Hie ran llnrT of the nation."
Montoomeuy Blaiu has Jackson
oil the brain iiad.
John Q. Adams is tho bct living
political letter writer.
Ues.McUi.eli.an took the new de
paiture sohutc with alacrity. He lik. s
it.
Jivc.v Jcnry Clay Dean, with Ks
unkempt loci's and unwashed hand?, has
come over to the democratic dopartr
uts.
Tun democrats of Egypt unanimous
ly dyire that the next national demo
cratic Jouentioii shall be held at St.
Louis.
"ft'CHBVLEU and I are out," is the
"ni; Grant will h ig after the next
pr-t-iileiitial fiction if the democrats
ate w'-c and aci wisely.
Cassett, formerly of Tu v, lir m.kti.v,
i ruuniug the Illiwri Athn in the
iae of T. LesV protest. T. L. 1
'w- procure a lawyer, o to swearing
ud got into a law suit.
JuiMlKGltEKN'rt Fourth of . Ink- nn.
t'o. at Mound City, is spoken of by
tho-o who had the pleasure of listening
o it ait far above the average quality
of indepcudeiico day eiTusions.
An old-time whig llourbon has been
"covered iu Union county who has
l yet accepted the reaults of the
Mexican war. He aay8 lle'U the
o-urratio party d-u firat, and then
"Ut. He Cghta on priueinlc.
J'n iWI,t mado i0 folBt Mr
ft"l OitloAv t, 1.,.
a m,..!!.!..' . :l,uu"l-" party as
state at u C0,1BrC88man for th,
S:l ! i?!-n our hearty
of , , C1Utut that the claims
Mut. , :r-,0W!,s"la. Hon. 1). W.
conqhkssma'n-.at.i.auo..-
The vacancy in tl.o ,owcr ,
congress, ocean nr,f.,i i... .
ofMr.l . u uie 6,on
filled nn r. , ',(i..Mt'a. I- to be
bu.ar flection day in v,.,,,,,
her next. Tho ,. 1U -ooni
w IflJllUJK'ntia n 1 1
am
eandita m.. " V""- as the
rho iii.t.,Ai . i
uouiocrals 1
jet (letcrmlnedui nominate uc!
,,i ... --"r' avo not
j iioinilinl,, .. ... . i. .
Dittv !. t.t... . V.. - "uiuato
iZ. . I, leaden,"
uuuviu uctng in favor ol tt
o or oi ui;. I
TJw expense of a camrml-M. . ,i
ri5"' "'"I
race.
-i vtVHirtAN.Snra-eon ami Awnuheiir, formerly
VI) Ann. I riM.n county, llllnol., I.M r
;i.wnii located "n ir.. ' ifflff-tvimnerciAl
'U-n L.gh.h am! Mali, Mice.. W
mpo?sib!lity of tirousiuj; cnthus'insm
(jnolt n contest ; thu (lit
ficnlty i'i lirocuirnj; tuo rcrviccs
of ppcakcr?, etc., nro urycil hi
rtions to n regular canvas?.
liowcvor, wo cannot arouse tlio clomo
crats of Illinois to interest in sup" "
ection tlio partv retain no longer
any of its oltl-titno vitality. c bc-
ieve the democratic people arc not as
tatlietic as the Sprinlicld managers
represent them to be ; but that, on tho
contrary, they arc av;alco to the impor-
mice of democratic .ctory and would
turn out to tho polls promptly nud work
with enthusiasm for success. The
trouble is, there is no availablo candi
date. The old stagers wont do, and
tho old stagers would not like to sec a
new man step to tho front. Tv-ncr
probably tho most able democrat in
the state, and a man who could make a
very vigorous cauvass against Oglcsby
has rendered himself unavailable by
his Vcorian fight for the removal of the
stato capital, nnd none of tho other
''culirjg 1 democrats want to mak-
tlie mcc. IVc must, therefore, if wo
non,:na'v? at nil, go out or tho oia
and look after a now man ; and, if we
do, there is not, in our opinion, a moro
ava'hbic man than Mr. It. K. Goodcll,
of Springfield. He is well-known in
every part of tho state, and, wherever
known, is exceedingly popular. Always
a democrat, ho has never been identi
fied with any of tho obnoxious "rings
which, in tlio past, afllictcd the party,
lie would, therefore, rcccivo tho undi
vided party vote ; and, wo havo reason
to believe, would also rcccivo a largo
republican vote in the center aud north
ern part of tho state. Mr. Goodoll,
ilthough he has never taken a promi
nent part in politics has always been
very active, nnd deserve.- well of his
party. lie is a gentleman of ability,
nnd, if nominated, could and would, wo
arc sure, bring into rciiuisitiou all those
means most requisito to tho achieve
ment of success.
THE EDITOlt HOUNDS.
TiiEcditor of tho Harrisburg Citron-
ich is independence personified aud
purns tho arbitrary i lies of grammar
with a r.oblc scoi u. His "who doncs"
aud "would have wen s" are lefrcshiug
specimeus of what a total indifference to
the ten.c. pas(,prceut aud fitare, may
do for an editor, lie shows a like want
of consideration for pronouns, also, scat
tering them about lcgardless of their
anteeede as wi ness tho following
notice o"a loss : "l'ev. desires
'us to K.y he has lost (en dollars, etc.
1 I lie fiti-Ier w'll be liberally rcwaided
' by lca ig it where ho can got it."
Recently, the editor of the Cironkle
v's'ted a neighboring town to solicit for
subsc-ibers to his valuable paper, and
here, to use his ow.: woid.3, 'wo had
' our 'impeller' put up. or rather, ddno
1 it our.elf, and kcjit a sharp car "or tlio
dinner bell, and when it sounded, we
bounded." Could anything be more
ight, graceful, or o.cpiesjivo '! Why
sbou'd any person w '1 the ability to
maku wonl-i convey mi v tlly the idea
iiioant to be expressed, confine his soar
ing genius to the d-.-udgery of study
iiig tho proper use of words and their
ccnsti.ic.'on iuto fc:i uccs'
Hut, dtir cd!tor does not only resem
b'o t ho eagle in bis geirus ; ho can be
a tendo aud patbo "o us the dovo when
cc- .1'iou requ'.-cs it. Speaking of a fa
ts! accident which dep-.ived a eoiisump-
t'vo wife, "g adutilly pass'ng away," of
he hu band, Hounds, (our editor's
n:i'.nu is Hnu.ids), feelingly says: "This
'Midden and inelaiichuly accident falls
' w!.h . .o-folil weight upon her shat
' lercil 1' me." Sumo jiersons may bo
dljpo ed to question how an accident
can f 'I with two fold weight upon a
sha. red frame, but we lut that pass.
No one v "11 deny that the idea is tci -derueis
and pathm itso;f.
Hointls, being no doubt, one of the
be.it of moil, now and then iclishes a
little nonsense, and describe how hu
pout the Fourth of July in a "ge lov-
noiH way, making bis legs act the part
of winding blades at a dance"' and
cusing himself tin the plea t lint
printers arc httmtiiir. as well as other
people." Our spate forbids a more
xtended notice of tho contents of the
current number of tho Chronicle,
Hounds should live a thousand years,
aud if merit is rewarded will number
is subscribers by tho tens of thousands.
THE MAN 1'OU THKHOUll.
The democrats are looking forward
to the approaching presidential canvass
with much interest. Thoy have a well
founded belief that the days of radica
domination are nearlv numbered am
that the peoplo havo dole-mined to re
place the democracy in charge of the
icuorai and state goYornnien s. Fol
lowing the path pointed out by thu la
, iiiiautiiguaiii, onu ilumocratie
convention uUer another has left the is-
jues ol the past, and now there can
onger be any drmbt that what
no
has
"--n eaneu tno "new detmrlnm" i.
wto piationn ol the national democratic
l'urty. This fact hasstrengthoueddoin
moeratio belief in democratic triumph ;
and, if the party tdml! havo the
u!c .1..... 1
"nuoiii io pursue tho prcent line ol'
. i- ... '
?i y l ltHloKlcal rcult ' roHpoot to
the candidato ,n well as in regard to
THE CAIRO DAILY
tho platform, tlio defeat of radicalism
wlll.iiievitably ensue. Hut, if wo shall
ttcnijit to put our new wi io into out
bottle.', tho rcjult will be what all ex-
cn'onco (cache.. "Wo must telcct a
candidato at whom tho people can
not point nud say: "You profeis
much, but tho record of your candi
date gives the lie to your profe-sions.
In looking nrounu us lor such a can
didate three or four gcnllciucn conspic
uously attract attention Chief .Justice
Chase, Judge Davis, Gen. Hancock and
iX-fccnator Doolittlc.
For nono of these gontlcmcn do wo
entertain a higher reenrd than for
Chicf-Justico Chase. . He is, in our
opinion, one of tho great men of the
present era in Amorican history, and
tho failure to nominate him at the New
York convention of 18GS, was, wo be
liove, n very great political blunder,
But, of lato days, sickness has robbed
him of much of Ira . 'gor, and he no
longer desires anything but that honor
ablo rest to which his valuable politica'
labors entitle him. Judgo Davis is
gcntlcmon of great abilities, nud would
do iiroJit to tlio iroHiMoiltial office ; bu
his present political status is not exact-
ly iixcti. Jio lias never acteu lor a mo-
ment M.tn tno uemocraiic party, nuu
his position on tho (arid has been ob
noxious (o all Bound democrats. Be
sides, his action in consenting to re
open the legal (ender decision, so that,
with tho aid of Gen. Grant's two hired
judges, he might revcrso tho decision of
the court agaiust the constitutionality
of tho legal (ender act, was an offense
against the independence of the judici
ary so henious that it can only bo expia
ted by years of repentance. In opposi
tion to Gen. Hancock no objection can
bo urged, except tho fact that his con
nection with the Mrs. Surratt execution
would be used us an effective weapon
against him. Ho is a gallant soldier)
and every lover of liberty owe to him
a debt of gratitude for his noble delcnsc,
while at New Orleans, of the true prin
ciples of the government. But, we be
lieve the people believe that the next
president should come from the ranks
of the ciilian statesmen of the demo
cratic party, and Gen. Hancock is ev
ery inch a soldier, cntoitaiuing tho sol
dier's partialities aud prejudices, his
hatreds and his loves.
Agaiust Judgo Doolittlc what objec
tion can be urged? Entering life a
democrat he abaudo.ied the party on
the issue of the repeal of the Missouri
compromise, that gical'st political
uiunucr ol tnc uemocracy, and was
elected by the republican party to the
S3iia'e of the United Sta s, in which,
during twelve years, he occupied a con
ipicuous place conspicuom because,
with great ability, he persistently re
sis' d all attempts of the ultra radicals
to trample tho consi ution under thoir
partisaii ieot. ivhon, ut Jar, its rc-
s'stauce became unavailing, he took
his stand with the democratic senators
and becamo their leader in tho battles
which tlicy uftei .vards fought with the
Sumner incendiaries. Returning to his
home at llaciuc, after his bold denun
ciation of the reconstruction measures,
bis old neighbors mobbed him, and,
for years, tho malice of poli ical hatred
followed him and his family. He was
thrown out of the tenate, and tho dem
ocratic rccrea-it, Carpenter, put into his
place. But he never wavered even for
a moment. He bee. me the chairman
of the national demo ratio commit'ec;
aud, iu every canvas since 18115, his
voice has been heard iu denunciation
of the radical revolutionary schemes.
That Judge Doolittlo's political
conduct has been controled by patriotic
considerations, no one who looks at his
record can doubt. Not evon his bitter-
o.t enemies havo charged that ho left
the republican pa.ty tu obtain office.
Ho could havo retained office by bend
ing his knee to tlw Baal of radical
ouudrclism. Hu joined the ranks of
the democracy because he loved the
constitution moro than ho desired place;
and, although he earned tho hatred of
tho leaders o" tho radicals, he still re
tains the respect nud affection of thou
sands of republicans who know him to
be the soul of honor honest, ablo and
patriotic. As thu democratic uomiucu
ho would rally all the democratic party,
since he is tho leader of no cliquo, and
has been identified with tho fortunes of
the party during the last six years of
darkness and sore trial, so that no ono
could say of him : "Ho has come to us
' seeking thu flesh pots." Around him,
too, a host of republicans men who nre
now haultiug between two opinions,
disgusted w. th the Grantism of tho re
publican party and fearful of tho dc-
mocraoy would at once gather and bo
enthusiastic in liis support. Thoy havo
not forgotten that ho was the right
arm of Lincoln iu thu senate, and that
his prediction ot'tho miseries that would
flow from congressional reconstruction
havo boon verified by uvents that his
sagacity was only equaled by his brav
cry. Thoy believe that, vth Doo
little as tho standard-bearer of tho
democratic party of tho ua'ion, thu fu
turu would bo secure nud burty to all
tho peoplo, north and fioutu, bu restored
liberty, to ubo tho Judge's own elo
quent language, "not with u Imlto
1 arouud liur neck, waiting tor trial und
bouttneo nnu Lxceuium iiy u unlitary
BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY,
court.)iiartial,butthatliborly which tho
constitution secures by socuriiig to tho
stales tho rights which are reserved to
them and tho pcoplo . thereof that
liberty which resulted from the
slrugglo of our Anglo Saxon
ancestors Pgaint ''o lh.tish
aristocracy and which sccum the
right of trial by jury, of coumcl for
defense, and of tho examination of
witnesses, so that even tho most hum
ble citizen may havo n fair and Impar
tial trial before ho can bo deprived of
cither life, libcity or property." Iu
short, wo believe that in Judge Doolit
tlc the democracy may find a candidato
who cannot be defeated by any candi
da the republicans may bring agaiust
him. He possesses all tho clement'' of
st ength which ni'he approaching cam
paign arc cssen il to success, and would
be alike acccp bio to old-lino demo
cra'i and consc vativc republicans. He
is the man for the hour. His
friends would bo enthusiastic iu his
support, aud hiscnomicB could urgo lit
tlo against him. To uso the languago
employed by tho Now-York ll' rid in
upcaUng of Judge Dooliltlo, "iiin poltt
Jcaj rccorJ is B0 consistCnt and un r
, nisllcJ) tliat it may bo -kcncJ t0 a
'straight lino drawn across n puzzle
' n e'ear beam, uuswoi ved by tho flue-
lating ntmosphoroof American poli-
' tics through tho past twenty years."
NElGHHOItHOOD NEWS.
(Condentcd from our KxcliangcO
SALINE.
Tho Harrisburg ChronitlehkS chnn-
gcd its day of publication to Thursday.
Hlnckbcrric3 nro soiling nt 10c per gal
lon, in .Salino County, and new wheat nt
$1.00 per bushel.
A fresh moat market " ono of tho
recent attractions of Harrisburg.
GALLATIN.
Tlio friends of tompornnco In Shaw-
noctown has found that abolishing tho
liquor liccnso law has not lessoned but
increased drunkonoss in that town, and
tho oxpendioncy of ngain granting licci us
to retail liquor sollors is being consider d.
Dr. Trnflon has an elegant fntn'ly
rcsidonoo iu course of erecting in Shawn-
cetown.
Tho Gallatin Gazette, always r'ive to
tho interests of its section, suggrits tho
forming of an agricultural society in
tho county and the holding of a fair tho
coming fall.
Tho wire for the const-uction of tho
St. Louis telegraph hi" nrrived at SI wn
cetown. Orval Poor, 1'rciidcnt of tho Gallatin
National Uunk, died in Shuwcctown, on
tho 2nd inst. Ho was a man of strong
native talent, ns evinced in his lifo and
conduct. Commencing with nothing but
health nnd an indomitable purpoK1, ho
had otnassed, at tho ago of fifty two, nt
which timo ho died, a fortuna of huif a
million of dollars. Ho win a man univer
sally respected and his death is regretted
by all who know him.
-.:.v.sit.
Muln street, in Mt. O. i.ncl, boing
improved by tho tearing nwny of several
fratno buildings and tho building of brick
ones in thoir places.
1'edJlers ins'U on selling their wares
without liconco in tho nbovo natnod
town, which disregard of tho luw cost ono
of tlio over-reaching individuals 24 last
weok.
Tho Gormans of Mt. Curum) colobra-
ted tho national day of their adopt. J coun
try by a grand picnic, at which thoy woro
add.-osscd by Mr. Jacob Knell in Go. man
and Mr. 0. 1. Trek-rick in KnglUh, list
ened to inu ic l y tho maenneichor, nto
till sorts of good tng, nnd closed tho dny
by n dunco.
A hotiJo occupiud by Mr. Goorgo
1'aintor, with nil it content, wm burned
last AYedncsihiy night. Tho flro was tho
work of tin incendiary.
JACKSON. .
Tho survey os that portion oft i Cur
bondalo and Shawnootown railroau bo
twoon Carbondiilo and -Marlon was cun
mcn cd last weok.
A convention of of tho mprescntntivos
of tho christion church of Southern Illi
nois U called to mont in Carhondulo on
tl.u 31st illat.
(Ion. J. It. Swift, engineer of tho 'Car
bondiilo and Shawnootown 11. It, will oon
locate in tlio former town.
FASHION 1IHEVITIES.
l'ho lntost stylo of viniting card U of
a pule lavendor tint and almost stputio.,
Largo genuinn Muud Mullor sun bon
nets nro worn by city holies inthoconntry.
Tho latest novolty for ladios is pink.
coral necklace with Milton gold olasps
Tlio latest Hylo of gold brncoIoH are
tlio "gauntlets" two nnd a half inches wldo,
Tho decoration of tlio head with nat
ural flowors and vinos is a protty foreign
fashion.
Tho lutes stylo o! sllvorwuro is satin-
finished, oxidized, and o-unmcntod with
purest gliding.
!!. . . -.- i
aiiu iiuwujv smn ui ovonlrcS03 aro
kilt-plaltcd and apron-fronted, ttnd loopod
el pamtr uemnu.
Ulmmbor slipper still rutaln tho Mario
Antoinette shape, with largo roetti' and
Iiiiokius on tim intnp,
It Is fiiililunahlo tu carr - n little var
nished willow twig with a tiny brus fer
rule nn thu mid for a walking stick.
Thurois a tendency to rovivo tlio clrcu
lar form ofottt-door garments, particulr-
ly in travailing capes and ovcralN.
&3r There s said to bo n morchnnt In
Now lork, WOulthv. tnlnntnil. nml f 1,1,. I,
social position, who for thu lust tlftoen
year hits regularly, nt tho end of nvnrv alx
months, gono to somo hotol iu tho city
and had n wook's debauch, ahuttlucr him
self in his room and novor louvlnir it till
his drunken spoil is ovor. .Then ho is
uvorwnuimeu with slitimo onu
romorso
I nn,J n mun ualn till another aix months
J oxyam nv contiuor htm.
JULY 12, 1871.
imOILKD llEEKKTItAlf.
In my varied oxporiencoof tho cookery '
of our stcttl;. from ihn .i,n..,.i . .i.'
mcuntalnii, thoro Is nn ntlclo of food which
I havo raroly found well propnrcd onUldo
of tho lariro towns, nnd that Isabrollddbcaf.
jtcalc. 'J ho mannor of broiling It simply
ui my uxiremo. wont tlio gridiron thor
oughly oyer a bod of bright coals, lay tho
atoak on It, and lot It warm through; turn-
B "vur bo us io niAKO ono aiuo browner
than tho othor. AVhon boated through.
my n on a imi aim. sprinKio salt and
pros Ormly with tho bottom of a dish so
tu to proas nut tho (ulco. turn tlin llnak
over, eprlnklo with salt on tho other ildr,
uiiu priua ua oaioie. L,iy tno steak again
on mo griuuip, and cook ,u, ,llio t flc.
Pour 'tho jttlcfA)lnf the tfeal Ihto a tin
cup, Ming a Uuupoonfut of button plico
near tno nre. Wben tho itcak is cooked,
lay It in a flat dish, pour the eravv of or
It nndiorvehot. I amure no one who hd
ovor tait a (teak broiled In this fajr
wouiu ovor again rry or iiew one Vor-
I J il . - 1 tv . . .
rctponaenccoj iiiunia, jcoTgiatiamaiwn,
DUVUM.
BARCLAY BROS.,
74:
OHIO I.KVKK,
Cairo, Uu
DBTJG-O-ISTS
SARATOGA SPltlNGS
I till. M.AHT
AT 1IARC LAYS' 11KUU STORK.
Kbikii Hi'pply, Uailt.
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
ALL ICAtlT rOK IKC WITIIOl'T TAOrBLR
At Uarclayh.
JJ K I. M n 0 I. D ' g
GRAPE ( CATAWBA
oiurE ) PIliLS
1 CATAWnA
L tl
RA1E ' '
GRAPE U'ATAWllA
on ait. PILLS
AX!) ALL Or
IIELNDVLD'N M Kit I VI KM
FRESH FHOU FIRST IIANIiS,
Alwayn in "lock Iu large rupply, and for ! b
Barclay Uroi.
PEBSH BLUE lilCIC
JUHT RECXIVED
axn
For Nnle by ilm Jlimn, Bottle fir Uallou
AT BARCLAYS'.
ftSTExTRA Fine Cologne;
OQtOenuine Importeu Extracts;
BSTHaiii, Tooth and Nail IIrusiies;
BSylNMA RUIUIKR NUKSEIIY Goo"
AT
BAECLAY BEOS.
PURE WHITE LEAD
AXU
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Heat grades In large Mock art.l va
riety, icry cheap;
iui:
Full Link of Colors,
bar am ix oil;
Taint Ilruslio., I, Inured Oil,
Whitewash ! ,.lnhea, Turpentine,
Vnrn'ahea Ete. etc.,
ALL KINIilt AXIl aTAXUAan 141'ALITII.K
At IlAItCLAYS'.
PAINTKI1.
CAUL L. THOMAS,
la prepared to do nil Und of plain and orna
mental PAINTING,
4
KALSOMINING, PAPER HANGING
HIUN WllITINO, ETC.,.
At liKureauhich defy all cnmpetlon, nnd In tho
lilghent Mylotftlio palntcr'a art.
SHOP IN THE PERRY HOUSE,
CO UN Kit
OF COMMERCIAL AVBNUK AND
EIQIITH STREET.
fOAl-
CAIRO CITY COAL
h preparn.i tu aupi'ly ritatomera with tho best
itinllty of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAL.
"VIIDKKS lefl at llalli.lay Itroa iiKli-e, 70 OHIO
w ijr. i-.r.. or ui mo i on xru neiuw iiih Nt
ciinrleH iiiiiei, win lei-eivo prompt attention.
-IHKTUlf I.ll'lv ' Will li'illL't
on. il hIoiiu
Hldo ali-amern ut any hour.
iMf
SFWISU MACIII.MU
WANTKD, AGKN'rS.
Sovcnty.flvo to two hundred dollar per month
everywliere, male and (cimilo, to introduco the
liiiiiuliiulinorovod Common Hcne I-'uinily Bowing
Muftlinn iri.la .nnnklrn idIH U.l,nl. 1..... flP
v...mv. ,..a lilHhlKHU Hill ll.l, ll. lll, .WI,,
tuck, bind, braid, cord, ntlllt und embroider In a
moat superior mannor. I'rico only $10. fully
warranted for flvo veara. We will pay ll.Ouo for
any maclilno that will bow a stronger, mora beau
tiful or moro elustlo aoam tlianonra.' It mnkeatue
Klaatla I.ockHtlLah." KVnrv aoad atltclicall
Ihi cuti and etlll tho ulolh Canuot bo nulled apart
without tearing It. Wo pay agonta to iwl per
..iu..... .,, l-Alluu.v.fUia III II I Ivi l.w...?...
twlco that nmoiint can be made, Forclroulara
an icriiia, nppiy to or ajiarvaa, . . . .
o: H0WER3 A CO,,
4'mHni-iicBHlri.ot. Ililld lull la. l'a.
Cautiok. Do 'not bo Impoaad upon by othor
pailloa palming oU worthleaaoaat Iron machinoa
Under tho aamp iixiia or. olherwiae. Uura la Iho
only (reniilueanS tcally waotlcal tltaan iiiacniaa
tnauutactureil. n-i 1 ' 'apnuujiiQ
Mr.tUCAI..
Dlt. UIUHAU'S
GOLDEN REMEDIES.
innneyc ll.oijti reward lor anyem-eof dieiup, In
nn.,.. nu.vii uicjT 1(111 10 CUrO.
DR. KitJIiAU S DOLDEN HALSAM,
Noa. 1 nnd 2, nre .ho greatest alteration known.
Ull. HIGH Au'UnUliDKN KLIXIlt D-AMtltlll
a the tfreateit Lnntn nil .,l,lnii.hi i. u- ..... .1.
1 Ill7 '" '",MIUI-
un. nicn aij'.4 ooi.den1 antidotr
la the only reliable Uiuraitc.
Tbee re tnadlaaiat not lt tllfed to curn.lll
complaint!, and LaneM nono: but nto unaiante,
toettecta rautcat and epeeil.l cute In all vnitt tut
whUn lhey -ar rrooffimeaUeU, ha all itlior
tNtibtail luw .'aril'r.-rpna of thuAnU yearly
I IMiai V r tft,'ttut huo loatall liopn.an'l
MMaaMtaotmcrd incutiwecy the better our I
Mai fWlty.
in. WOHAUIS, GOLDEN, BALSAM
No. 1. cure -ulcen, ulcerated ior throat and
oto eye, cuianeoua erupiiona, copper
bioionei. loraneaa oi mo acaip, toroi
t la tha sraateiit renetaton alteraUre
htnod vurlfler known, rcmsiea all mcrourr from
in Tliem, ana iciiici mo viuuu puis nuu
healtliy. ,
DR. IllCIIAU'H GOLDEN I1ALHAM,
No. 2, enroi motcarlal aflectlon. rheumattam In
all l( form", nnd glioa lininodlate relief In
caaoa.
nn.nicnAU-a ooltjkn antidotk,
A radical cure for all urinary derangement
Trice, Il per uottle.
Hit. ltlCHAU'S GOLDEN EI.IXIU D'AMOtllt,
Aridlcal cure fornenotn or ic-neral debility, In
old or youna, Imparting energy lth wonderful
eneci. . .
AA IvifilA. ni ln for 89.
On receipt ol price, thesa retneillo. will Imahip.
nil to anv tilace. l'Mxnnt attention ludd to all
cnrri'upoiK.nitii. Nono genuine without Ilm name
of lli. lUCIIAU'SUOl.llKN ItUMUlEH, I. II.
lttcBAibij .nolo proprietor." blown In K"" of
uo""'"- . .,. . i.
Circular! acnt. Trado aupplied aa a llU-ral dl-
couiu. ........
Addrcn. tn. V. tl. Itlchard. KS Varlck-t , X. .
WSend money by cxprcM or order (tood
through yolir Hrugi(it, and )ou will meet with
no loaa. ,c.,i,nn,i
I.IrT. IN.SIlKAriCU.
iNTEliraT-PM'TN
A new and unel M'.lcin ol I.ilu ln.iiim.-.
centlv liilto.luc. il br Iho
MISSOURI MUTUAL LIFE
Of NT. I.OVIN.
lly llilayalcm; Lllo Insurance. la furnlined 'i
aa litllo coat na bv the uaual nlann. and thu ol.
let hot lr rn-cUea an annual iutrrmt ol i-veii
PriCot. upou all Ui tiouay paid li) linn lulln
Company! Ida annual premiunta thui. rariany
htm aa much a a Kwerntneul bond.
Th -Man- haa been Lhoiaurhlr crit c ieJ and
fully -tiKlorxxl by Ilia moat omlnunt ucluaric
anCaknifQl'mattie'irtatlclanl In the land! indeeil
It has not'yet len the anbjeot of UnfaioraUo
mantloa In any rcuprctulilo Uarter.
Oftlca of tho Company,
K0RT11WEST CORNER 10UIITH AND0L1VK,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ARTHUR 11. UARRETT, Prt-aidonl,
Benj. Williams, Secretar;.
1
TIIC
Ranka high In tno Hat ol aound, thrifty Wcsli rr
l.l In uniipanica.
Ithaaaaaeti tnuro than enough to cover tl
liabilltlca Inmldltloj In the rapunl.
It haa ono hundred thomand dollar" depoalleu
with thoHtittoof Miaanun aa a perpetual itllit.
antee to Ua K)licv holder
ii t,a.-r,,r,u,Ml fnllv with the new lauaol the
nuiie, w nun aro iuun ua vaucuhk im muiu ni..-
: ------ i ....l.l.
lycnrorceil than ttioaooi rutern niau-a.
It Invent It' runds In tho West, among the
peoplo from whom they arc received.
Its management la vfgoroua, aklliru I and rii
dent. ,
Uu tinital lnn..iii finm Ilm tnlr "'a.
already more iliiiu autlivirnt to puy n Iu"".
It laauoa iKilioiea iinii the ordiiiar) llf- and en.
dowment plana, at tho name rnte na other tint
claaa companiea.
Tho policy holdera receive all the profit !u an
nual diridenda.
The atock holderb can leccite only ten -m
cent, of Intereat on their cipitat, hv iho term, n
the charter.
Tho annual dtvldcnda to pulicy holdeia aie kl
ready greater than many ll Ki-tern Oiinpanlea
have ever Ixeu able to pay.
Tho Stale of llliuola paid In-1 jear aliut loi.i
million dollar tor Life luaiirnno.
Why aeud no much money out ol tl State
away to New York an I New Kngland for an hi lidt
that may bo prodmed jiiat na cheap t (or moro '
at homo?
WOO l A- LOW,
apriialawll Atfiil. Hi falro.
roit nai.i:
NO'riCK.
The Illinois OVnlral Ilrl lljal Coinp ny now
oiler for i-alo the fiillowiiigdetcribed lo,a In l-ir-1
Addition to the City of Cairn, viz :
Lot 27 blo-k '.il. Id block U,
i H -.'li, ' ! " i,
" f, ' K! " S ' J,
li n, " at m,
" 21 " xi, " ai " sj.
Kor term",, te., apply to J AM KM JOIIN-iO,
U-liAltf At;ent
NAB II HOI.IIKH.
DOUVuVEXcTrNG'wVNl
AMI
SASH HOLDKU.
HANSEL'S PATENT THE ONLY UELIA1ILK
WINDOW FAST OUT.
aS3
5-2 3 3 H
DERLIZHEIMER & CAHN,
Sole ownera of tho Terrltinea of the Htalea of
lilinoii., Wiaconaln nnd Iowa, nnd
Agents for other Htatoa.
Gknbral Office 90 Washinoton-st.,
ciricAoo, u.ij.
OAN tITTKUN.
V, SI MUltllAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAS REMOVEII FROM 1'EIIRV HOUSE
to tub:
RRICK UUILDING on SEVENTH ST,
Ol'POSITK winter's 11L0CK,
CAlltO, ILLINOIS-
rTK haa greatly Improved his Block, and has
AJ. now on liana nil m"'"
CHANDELIERS,
l'KN,DKNT8,
OL0UES,
11RACKETS,
HALL L1UIITH,
SHADES, ETC.
HE HAS MARKED DOWN PRICES
To tho logout living nguroii, nnd ho Invites the
JOUN U. 011EBLV t CO.'S Hook lllndery, In
tho Dvllitih Uullding, u propared to furmah
all kinu oi oiauu wuli to iuo puuue ami uo mi
alalia ui wiuuiuu
twwmu. KAMI. I'.IVt
, ,,r rut r 11 ATflt f" NT
VV. VV. UlUlViX
MAlia l
DOORS, SAS
11LINDS, WINDOW GLASS,
NIIIN'OMW,
Office on Tenth St.,
Ile-tnrrrn L'nmiufr-lal anil U'nkl.l.i
Airimca,
CAIBO. r.XiXi.
k OKNTM Inr Unolr nir tru.r C.,m.
xV Sheathing Felt and tjuarlaOmont.
Hllll.
INMIIUAKCE,
W. II. MORRIS,
Notary Public,
v.. Ih.l. ... i il a it .
IIKTSTTIREi!
KIRK. HULL. CARGO. LIVE ST(
i 1 ' - -
ACCIDENT, LIKE,
.KTNA, IIAUTFOK1),
jhrrrm ... ............................................
NORTH AM KRICA, l'A.,
AaelK. ....2,TM,'
HARTFORD, CONN.,
Aaaelf
(. ni
I-IIIKNIX, HARTFORD,
A-Mtii.
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
Aaaeta..
PUTNAM, HARTFORD,
AaaelD.,
CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND,
A.ai'iH ail
HOME, C0LUM1IUS,
Aaaeka .
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
i Ull
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Anaeta H,VH,
ACCIDENT,
Aaaeta- l.Mll
RAILWAY I'ASSENOERS' ASSURANl
CO., HARTFORD,
4nB m ..........................w".
iu..i. rj.
INDEPENDENT, 110ST0W,
r.'ui
e n,'i,viim unniMU t. fiAYii
71 Ohio I.ovi-p,
City National Hunk, CAIUO, II.
I.-1 ij i.i Avn m a ii i rv i.
UsTSUBAlT
ttlNPAMIRNt
JtlAQAltA, N. Y.,
Anaeta fa-1-
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
HANOVF.lt. N. Y.,
AaatlH "72l
RKl'UllLIC, N. V.,
711
uompriaing Iho unuerwrimrn si j
YONKERH. N. Y.,
Au.Aty . H7H
ALI1ANY CITY,
AAftPIR 1J.
firemen's fund, b. f.,
AwartM I,7N
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
ntHDiaiHIIIIItll IIHHIIMIIIIIIItlllli
QTOBE. Dwellingi. Furniture, Hulla tt
r wmii iw .....in un inTuriioio as
Dennanent locuriiv will warrant.
.1 raancoUully aak of tho cillioaa of Ca
hareot their patrotingo,
t W.- liiiiur
H Wn CO t First N.tlr.nal

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