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nn Sunday.
OUR CHURCHES.
liyrEHIAN-Klghth.etrcet.
-lilrig, Sabbath at lo;i a. m., and :j; r. a.
ndenl. II' r. C. II. Foot i. PaaUr.
IIODHT-Cor Eighth and Walnut Ma.
aching, Bahbath 1''J a. .,and 7 r. .
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pM, 3 r. x.
day School, 'l r. .
tice every day, r. x.
It. r I1. J, o IliLfjftAM, I'met.
.0 ME.Vd CHRISTIAN ASHOCIAT10N-Rg-
meeting aecnnd Monday etch month at ire
p ritQtn li llie rreauvterian viiurcn
kly Prayer meeting, Friday, "Ji r.
Prayer room of the Preabjterian chunk.
C ruiiii, President.
CiS METHODIST fourteenth, between
nut an 1 Odsr.
fieri c?uivtii, - r. -
Iter. N. Hieaa, Pastor.
E.WIL1, IHlTlrtT HOME UlMIU.-s rUN
t rnt,t ivif t ttf-rfjp MinorM! Pur.
Tier, namawi n i. r, m, u'i '
lt, W. Kkllkt, l'tOf.
t nu;irniv iiittrtwr riifTnmr pii.
A Jl imiw,' Altl m i m v a a w iivii . -
kAihSM liool, 1 , r m. John Vn flax tr nl
Itr. TJ.bHOtif. rtilo
STATE .OFFICERS.
STATE OFFICERS.
.. t.hn II tl.lm..'
uienani-uorcrnor, joim iwjurnj ,
....Mnf (ii.t. r.lMsnl Hummel :
HiLnr rf KtU. (' 1!. t.itiiiineotl .
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pt. ruulIC inatrut-'tion. ifio kvi;iu.
CONOKKSSMEN.
-J. I.
prrteouilTr Thirueoth Dutnct John
M
natora, lat I)itrtct-T. A. K. HolcomK o
-.iu v r:tAn.of Gallatin.
I.t lli.lricl II. Wataon UD.
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COUNTY OFFICERS.
CIRCUIT COURT.
. . . n 1 . r At.v.ni1P.
Attorney I. F. MiCartiey, ol
rcult Clerk Jn. Q. Ilarman.
m. Martin. Aiansor anif Tieuurer.
COUNTY COURT.
r. uroaw.
" .... v nf,ii. A. Mareli ldon.
aocia-a ..-'.
Itrk Jacob 0. Lynch.
oroner John II. uoaamau.
MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT
layor John M. i.naaeu.
'.....nrer-J. 11. Taylor.
... ... I 1 llnrnAtL
:irk Michael Ilowley.
Jarahal Andrew Clio.
ittornev P II. Pop.
'ollce Masiatratc-F. Droaa anil . on"
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ki.(Ai Pliee-L. II. Rivera.
SELECT COUNCIL.
Mayor John M.I.anaden,
L-lr.t Ward P. G.Shull.
Second Vfard C. It. Vrooaward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood,
fourth Ward-S. Staata Taylor.
Cityat-lJUB-W. P. llalllday and D. Hard.
1I0AKD OF ALOKUMEK.
liar WA11D Jamea Bearden,
f.eo Kleb,
Inane WaUon.
.COND WAKU II. Il.Cunnmjihani,
E. nuder,
Henry Wlntor,
Jamas Rwayne.
HIRP WARD-Wm. Btratton,
Patrick Flttgetald
OURTII WARU-Jainea Carroll,;
n. U.Seaae,
J.il.Metcalf.
7me of Mtetxnq.
cirr roi'KCH.
.... r,i rvmncil meet In loinl aeaaion nn
rrlday eenlnK precojlni? the flrat Monday ol
Th. Select Council meeta on the nt Wednaa
Thursday, alter the second Monday in
each month.
aoiiD or aivii
.rh noard of Aldernen meeta on the An
Monday andTueaday In every month.
COMMITTEES OF THE COUNCIL.
o Srrri-Meaars. Taylor, Walder, Wlnlar,
nod and Metcalf.
nrainaM-Moasrs. Cunningham, Bchuh, ritsger
.M RAaaeand llalllday.
Caimi Messrs. Wood, Cunningham and Kleb.
n... .i Messrs. Carroll, iiuaer ana
Woodward
rv.i,nnna-Messrs. Bease, Walder and Taylor,
Firt Department-Vtsna. Rearden.Ewayne aad
'!!-?7ji....r fl.hnh. Winter and b.
lTtlir.o-Meaars.Wo;lward. Bwayneand Budtr
Senma-M's". Hud, Ktraftpn and Meteall.
. rolA-The Mayor, ana .
Mi.btarlten andtCairoll
pnnpnn.vrnnc
SECRET ORDERS. .
TItK MjkBONS.
Cuao GuNM.suitr, No. 1.1 Slated Aaictnkl
l the Aajrlum Maont t If all, flrat and tlurdJ,Ha!.
urdara ineach month.
C'aiao CocMdt, No. 2t,-Kxular Contot ationat
Maaonlc Hall, the aecond Friday In each month.
Ciiao CM.rria, No. :i.-Rexular Conocatlon
at Manonla Hall, on the third Tueadar of ctery
rnnth. '
(,'Atao Loan, No. 237 P. A A. M Ursular Com.
munlration- at Jlatonle Unit, tlm ncond and
fourth Monday oj eah month.
KruTA IboE, .Sn.fcM K. t A. M. Regular Com
miinlcatiotia at Maaonlc H.ll Ir.t and third
Thursdays In each month,
TIIK 0M)-fKI.LOW(.
ALtiAauta lrjl. 2.M. Merla In OJdfetlot'a.
Hall, In Art r' It'lillinz, erery Thuradar eren
inK,t7u'clojk.
mrn onr t -nrnTxr
XXXJJ JJUUUCllUI.
EX-PRESIDENT JOHNSON.
nis view
ON THE PASSIVE
I.IOY.
I'O.
"DE.MOCJtACi' IS A I'lUKCII'LE
TO HE UPHELD ANIJ NOT
MEUCHANDISE TO HE
HAHTEIIEU."
(Coneapti.ilence jf the Cincinnati CommeroliJ.)
OOINO OTEIl TO THE E.HEMT.
I like i the ex-Prrjidcnt wlmt bo thought
of the plan for tlm democracy to nornin.
atu an anti-Grant rcpulillvan, and rally
nn him.
""What is that, rrpllcd ho, " tut a stir
render ? A surrender is ru bad ns a defoot,
and worso. If w nominato a renublichii
on a ropublican platform, what haT wo
gel to contend lor 7 ,o; mat would lis
nothing but a disgraceful fight for spoils.
And if siicceaiful thero would be nn
tTcrlaiitln): wranglo The dwrnocratii
partT has u bibber tniaslon than to surren
der fts principles in the hope of gaining a
share of plunder. Thera ahould bo no
craven and cowardly surrender of the
inrt. Never in the history of the govern
incut has purs democracy had more to
fight for than now.
TOE CONSTITUTION It TO HE AAVED,
but it mil- bo raid thai the constitution is
gone, that tho proecrsion is already follow,
ing it to the grave. Then stop tho proces
sion I If burned, tben dig it up and rescue
It, preserve it as a priceless heritage. Roll
away tho stone from the door of the
sepulcber, as ns it were, and bring it forth.
There nevr was a grander theme, a nobler
cause for which to do battle. As long as
there is a constitution to be presorved and
protected, Just ro long will there be work
for the Democracy."
TOM C0TT II A CANDIDATE.
"What do you think of Tom Scott as an
available candidate?" I asked.
"I know Tom Scott vry well," ho re
plied, 'and he is a clever gentleman, but it
would be a nice piece of business for tho
Democracy to tako him up. The very idea
is supremely ridiculous, I am surprised
that a Democratic paper of th(i standing
of the Enquirer should even make the sug
gestion much less follow it up with fieblc
arguments, for all arguments in such a
causa must be feeble. What it tho mut
ter with the Enquirer?' he asked, with
fiimo impatienco, as it it was a now tliinp
that anything should be tho matter with
that great family journal.
I told him thero was no answering that
question. Tho wavi of tho F.nnuxrer worn
past finding out unlets a man had the
iiowcr to go through a keyhole of that de
lectable institution at all hour of tho dav
and night.
" ell, he continued, "it would bo nret-
tr business after all thn fuis and clamor
the demoarats have made about rings and
monopolies to tuko up a notorious ring
rnasUr and monopolist and run him for
president. That would be consistency
indeed I" And Mr. Johnson vigorously
thrust tho pnkcr in the fire ns a sort
of am ecape valve for his outraged
feeling. 1
CHARLES 8UMNEP. AB A HBUTI7UI. DEMO
CRATIC CANDIDATE.
Have you not said that tho Washing
ton Patriot urges Charles Sumner as n
suitable man for the Democrats to vote
for?" I asked.
Yes, I saw that, and it is oven mors
absurd than the Tom Scott proposition.
The idea of tho democracy supporting
Charloi Sumnr is too utterly preposterous
to talk about. Wlmt sort of a victory
must his election be 7 A vittory for true
democratic government? for Stato rights?
for the constitution? or for what?"
Mr. Johnson paused for an answer, but
the maenitudo of tho subject overwhelmed
Xl ji.l . r.l . . -..
me, arm i uiu noi icei coiupuiviii iu givu
ono.
"No, " continued he, " whenever you
soo the democracy walking to tho support
of .Mr. Sumner und ins principles, you
will boo them going to their own funorul.
It would bo a base surrender of every
thing we have fought for in the past or
hope to contend for in tho future. De
mocracy is a great principio to ou upuciu,
and not merchandise to bo bartered. Tho
spirit of democracy will
hvo as long as the republic,
and die only with it. I speak of de
mocracy in a broad, And not in n t triotly
partisan sense. Democracy uocs not menn
Tammany robbers nor rebels; it mentis 11
dollty to tho constitution and to th Institu
tions oi our country. Ji long n mu re
public exists there will bo uemocracy.
ilebelllon was not democracy, neither is
radicalism democracy. Tho ono sought
to divide thn cmintrv nnd ruin it. and tho
othor seeks consolidation and hii emplro
which is also ruin, o want ncitlior a
divided government nor an empire. Cen
tralization aud division nro also dangerous
wo want mo oiu government, as our lu
then found it, ana until rescued from tho
centralists, bribo-takers, money-londors,
monopolists, carpet-baggers, robbers and
corruptioniets who now control it, democ
racy will have something to fight for. To
surrender the party and principles now
would bo to surrender tno repuuncr. '
MlNCr.M.ANEOrN.
CARL L. THOMAS.
SIGKET WBITBB
now rrepaitd to rearand promptly to all de
manua lor nia services.
SHOP-COR. 8TH-BT. AND CoMMERCAL-A
III tl.c Perry Ilotiae,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
cciitdtl
MTlIOLEfiAtiE CItOC'CBH.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO LKVKK
C A I It O . ILLINOIS.
A!ao, kaep constantly nn hand a moat cam.
plele Block of
SCOTCH A KU IP.KII W1II8K!E
-i I N 8,-
l'ort, Mkdcrln, Sherry and CnUwla Winea
KHHYTII A CO. aell eiclualrely for caah.to
, which fMt they invite the rapi-cial all'n.
lion f cloae bargain ljuyera
Special attention yiten to Filling Orderi
G. I). WILLIAMSON.
WHOLESALE GROCER,
PRODUCE AND
COMM ISSION MERCHANT,
.Vo. 70 Ohio Lrrrr,
CAIRO, ILLI.NCI1
a'Hpeclal attention
and tiding order.
Klteii to conalgnrnent
I
oi:M:nAi. auknt.
JIALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS
FORWARDING am. COMMISSION
HUB t il A . T N
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
AdI A enlp of
Olilo Itlvrr mill Hnnrmhn
SAIiT COMFANIES'
70 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS;
IXNIKAXCK.
"TRIUMPH."
TIIK TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO.,
Ol Cliitltinnll.
taaeta . ..syJ,oiO 00
Sollciu all kinds ot rlaka.
r. BROSH,
octlitl Agent, Cairo. '.
DEXTER EXCHANGE,
SO Ohio Lev, near Hlone nopol,
J. D ZANONE, PROPRIETOR,
'rcsli Shell Oysters Received Daily.
Keena alira on
n.ind llaltlinore ani Meb.te
Oyatere, which lie wi
ill l. nUd to aere t his cua-
omera In the beat atj le. decill
LEGAL NOTICE.
LEGAL NOTICK n tureliy glten that K. W.
Klttrnlpe, ) Ulnt.rT, ha commmced an ac
tion to perlevt a d streaa (5r rent against Joaepb
liajlU., detendnnt, in the circuit court ol Alei-
inuer county, IU Hie aiaie 01 iiiiduip, anu uiai
he time ami I l.ti'e of the return of aummona in
Dm caax ia the thlnl Monday ill January. U72.
at tno cnutt riou.e in uniro, iiunoia.
JOHN HAHMAN, Oerk.
BOTlW29t.
COAI, AM) WOOD.
WOOD ! WOOD ! ! WOOD ! ! !
The underaitneil Kill furniali
HARD AND DRY WOOD
A Cheap, II tiot C'her
Than any wood dealer in Cairo. Lear e orders
on the alales at the Poatonice oii.t at Itoas' toal
yard, on Commercial aienue, between Tenth and
Twelfth aireeta, Cairo, lllinola. 1 glye good
meaaur and will cord the wood up If desired,
aualu-lf UENNIH IIALEi.
F. M. WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
MERCHANT.
FM. WARD is prepared to deliver the best
, Fire Wood and etone Coal
IN ANY PART OT THE CITT,
And In any quantity desired, on short notice.
COAL DELIVERED at SI.50 ier ton
oKFlCE-Oyer lleerwart, Orth A Co.'s stove,
twodoors above the corner of Eighth i-treel and
Cummerc lavsnue. ItcSit
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BAROLAYBROS..
OHIO I.ETKK,
Caibo, Ills
riBua-aisTs
SARATOGA SPRINGS
ix rctL tlABT
AT RARCLATt' DRUO RTORE.
Kauu Bciriv, Iiailv.
MOUKING I5IRD FOOD
"L aiai aoa est witsoir taovair
At ISaruLATh'.
II
K I. M B O I. I
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GRAPE t CATAWUA ) 1 1 ORATE ) PILLS
I CATAWIIA iJ ORAFK
GRAPE I CATAWBA S Sr I ORATE S PILLS
A!ll A LI ur
II EL Mil OLD'S MKDICI.VKH
FREHII FROM FIRST HANM,
Always ,o stock In large supply, and for solr l,y
Cn sir e I n y n r o n.
PEE8H BLUE LICK
JUIT KKCK11 t D
ASP
orHnleby thetilnan Bolllc crt.'allcti
AT BARCLAYS'.
MBtExtra Fine Cologne;
sTGenuink Imported Extracts;
air, Tooth and Nail Urusbeh
tSyiNDiA Runnr.R Nurert Goo"
AT
JS.DBCj-..'X" BEOS.
PURE WHITE LEAD-
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Best grades in large stock and va
riety, very cheap;
AU:
Full Line of Colors.
ear axp ix oil;
Paint Druahea, I.maeed Oil,
Whitewash P ajjlu Turpentine,
Varnlehai Etc, etc.,
ALL alkCa SSO iTAHtlASD QVALITIKS
At Barclats'.
COAI-
CAIRO CITY COAL
co2vi:jL3srY.
Is prepared to supply cuaioiuei with tnu best
qualit) o,
PITTSBURG AND .ILLINOIS
bhsrlea llnlel, will receive prompt attention
TIIK TUO 'MONTAUK will Ennif coal . Ion,
side steamers at any hour. ocUJir
BABBKBK.
J.GEO.STEINHOUSE,
FASHIONABLE BARBER,
for. Ntli.at. stud Couinirrclsil-aiv.
rhiiHrp ltora.
Dai-Clean Tonela and
4-dkillfull Wcrktneo
0 j,die' and cMlilri'i.'a hair cut and sham
pooed, eillirrst the ahop or at Ihvir own homea,
ST" i , him in rn'r w liKkeri and hair dyed in a
I'tk' ir, liner- batislactiou guaranteed.
Nf KCIAL, .NOTIC'EH.
BATCIIEI.OK'N II AIK YE.
Thla ntiperb Hair Hye is the sist is tiis Wuaib
IYrt.-i.il, llaiiiilma, Iteliable and Intlhiutro u.
No dlsAprointrnent. No Hlillculous Tints or Un
pleasant Odor. The geouln W. A. HachrlorV
ilalr l)e producea IMMEDIATELY a splendid
lllack or utttitrl Drown. Does not Hiuin the
Hkin, lint leaves the Hulr Clean, Soft and lleaiill
ful. The only Safe ind I'etfect Dyo.
hcl'l by allilruggista. Factoiy in Ilond Htreet,
New York, lantlldeodAwly
ON MARRIAGE.
11 ippv relief loryoung men from the ertccieo
errors and abuses in early lite. Manhood re
atored, Nervous Cebilily cured. Impedimenta
to marriage removed. New method of treat,
ment, New ami remarkable remedies. Hooks
and circulars sent free, In aealed envelope. Ad
dreaa HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. S South
rtloth St.. Philadelphia.. Pa. ocUdastf
MINVEI.I.AMEOVN.
HIDES! FURS !! FELTS I I !
BTTENETT & CO.
Have opened a Hide More U Thornton's lllock
Tenth atrset, whero the hlghe.t cali price wii
be paid for Hides, Hheep Pel't, Furs and Th.
low. we will pay higher prices thau was ever be
fore paid for the tame articles in this city.
Come and te ut,
1IK VURMTT CM
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON-AY
IlIBXITl-KE.
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REAL ESTATE AGENT.
C. WINSTON k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
AUCTION EES,
74 (second FLOOR) OHIO LK.VEE,
CAIRO, ILLS.,
Bcr and Sell Heal Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
At I prepare Conveyances of Kinds.
BOOTH AND NIIOE
WILLIAM EHLERS,
Fashionable
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
TWENTIETH STREET,
Between Waahlngton avenue and Poplar Street
CAIRO, ILL.
boots and Bknea Made to Order.
Fine Workmen KmVloyed.
Satisfaction Warranted.
Patronage Solicited.
CITY SHOE STORK
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
sols Atsscr rea
CUSTOM-MADE
HOOTS AND SHOES
('(uerclal Avessss. Corner or Kltglsttt
Hlreet,
Cairo, Ii.linoih.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ALL OR
DII18 FOR HOOI'rJKIRTR AND 110 Eft.
BANK ELECTION NOTICE.
AN election will be held at thn City National
Rank Tuesday, January 9. UW, w
MCtort. A. B.8FF0D. Cashier.
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THE NEW YORK
EVENING POST
TOR U72.
PRICES KEDl'CEI),
We will supply the KtentngPott at lollowtt
DAILY.
One year.........,M..,.M,WB
For shorter periods
WEF.KLT.
Single Copy one year
Five Copies " "
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Twenty ' " -..""".'.V.'
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SEMI-WEEKLY.
Single Copy one year .i3 00
Five Copies , 12 60
Ten Copies " oo
Or we will send the following periodicals to
subscribers, in connection with the ni Put,
tt the prices named t
Witk with
Weekly Seml-Weekl
. ... , . Evening Post. Kvealag Potf.
llarper'a Weekly . U) ft 00
Harper' Tlaaar Co a oo
Harper's Mogsilne IW t CO
Every Saturusr ...A W M)
Atlantic Monthly JOii M
Our Young Folks 3 00 IU
Scnbner's Monthly 4 so i 00
Thn Galaxy 4 00 S to
The Agriculturist :i Co 4 00
Hearth and Home 1 "h S U
Christian Union 3 M i 00
Toeaclt Biibscr.bertotho.'teninf iWand CArw
fun Union for one year will be sent two exquisite
French Oil Chromos, entitled "Wide Awake" and
"Fast Asleep," which are worth at retail 110 for
the oair.
try it! try it H
For 2. cents we will send tho Weexly Evening
Post from new until January 1, orfortOcenta we
will send tke semi' Weekly Post during the same
time.
Specimen numbers of the Evening post sent
free.
Address
WM. C.BRYANT. CO.
ew York.
COAL.
COAL! COAL! COAL I
JAMES ROSS,
CEALSt II
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
COAL!
Commcrcial-av., Foot of Elevcnth-st.
All Coal carefully weighed at the yard on Fair
Danks' scale-. .
FULL WEIGHT WARRANTED.
Coal delivered on the shortest notice in any
part ol the cl.y, cither by the half ton, ton er ear
load. , .
Leave order at the office on Commerclal-ay. at
the foot of Eleventh street. novlfid.Cm.
WATCHMAKER.
PRACTICA L WATCHMAKER.
H. HOTJPT,
NO. 150 WASHINGTON AVENUE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
It on hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATOIIES,
;CL0UKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular attention given to
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
The largest stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHE8
IX TBI CITT.
WINES AND I.iq.COIl.
F. M. STOUKFLETII,
svcctitot roHLi a nocinarn
Ilecllfyrr and Wholesale Dottier la
1'orelKn and Doraesitle
WINES 'AND LIQUORS.
No. C2 Ohio Levee,
CVIRO, ILLINOIS.
ME keeps on hand constantly a full stock e
Old Kentucky llourtjon, Rye and Monooga
Whlakies, French liraodfes, llellaud Ola,
Rhine and California Wines. in30tf
WM. II. SCIIUTTER,
Importer nud Wlioleaale Dealer 1st
WINES, LIQUORS,
AJD
TOBACCO &c CIQ-AES.
Agent for tho best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Ayr
Imported Alee or Different Uinta.
75 Ohio Levee,
tt CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
PAltKER fc BLAKE,
DSAlItllN
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
I'utty, IJe-nalnc, fJatollne,
"WI3STX)0"W GLASa.
WINDOW 8IIADES,
And the celebrated illuminitlng
AURORA OIL.
liUOrS BUILDING, COK. llTU-BT. COM-
UEUCIAL-AY.,
Cairo,
tagMir
IXUKOIa.

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