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TUB HOLLAR WEEKLY IIULLETIX.
iuiiu II. Obcrly Co. nave reduced the rub
i r.jif.on price of the Weekly Cairo liulletln to
Oil Mlar pr mjm. making It the cheapest p
perpuWiihed In Southern Illinois.
It will be satisfactory to know that the
rioters of Chicago are to be indicted for
their outragoous acts on Monday evening
The dairy-men are in session at Elgin,
and at last accounts wcro discussing the
question of tho best size and form of a
cheese for Illinois. It is certainly a qu.es
tion of whey's nnd means, and wo don't
6ee how it pertains to tits or tats or chceso
either. But thoy know best.
Hoy. 3In. S.VArr, member of the Uni
ted States houso of representatives from
tho sltth district of Illinois, has budded
out. Ho attempted to tako a snap judg
ment on tho clvil-roform commission, nnd
declared his opposition to tho same. Ho
declared that this clvil-?ervico reform, de
stroyed tho cohesion whiuh kept tho re-
puoncan party in power, anu it was a
trap sot by tho domojrati into which tho
republicans wcro moving with their oyes
open; that if tho policy was persistod in,
tho domocrats would seeuro nn easy vic
tory in tho future, for tho system gavo
democrats as good a chanco for olllco as it
did the republicans. Smipp is not old, but
Munn and his brother oflicc-holders
have partly succeeded in ono of their
schemes to control the Illinois legislature
They have obtained a postponement of the
consideration of tUo report on the military
occupatiou of Chicago, until Wednesday
next. In the meantime, sufficient oppor
tunity will be given to manipulate the
members and drill enough of them how
to vote when tho question docs conic up.
Mr. Morrison of Monroe, exposed tho ac
tion of the radicals pretty clearly, when
he said: "If the majority, after sixty
days consideration, havo come to the con
clusion that the president has committed
acts that thuy are ashamed to investigate,
let them flee.'' Wis do not think tho
supsrvUor of internal revenue can save
his master or avoid th; plain isiuo thus
Neaely ice hundred and twenty-six
years ago, Benjamin Franklin, tho philoso
pher and statesman, was bom in Hoslon.
On the 17th Inst. tl.e press and printers of
New York placed in position, in printing
house square, a statue of the great printer,
with appropriate ceremonies. The statue
wan ft gift from Captain Albert de Groot lo
the printers of that city. It was a tardy
act of Justice to the memory of sued a man,
afttr Lu bones havo been in the grav I
more tiiiuwnu,.rle of n t.cnturv ,JUt
a. he grandly trlumvV(1 0of c
cumsunccs in hi. lifetime aUnmwj ,
won elevated position, s low tr
death, bis memory has been i minor w,.wi
mioiaras marble ami uranito ci.ul.1 ...
it and his statue is in a position wltr(J iv
win always recall his nime to those wu
nave most cherished his character.
The search of the .Steamer Florida by
twogpanlsb raen-of-war.was a high handed
proceeding and one which cannot and
should not be allowed to puis unnoticed.
"We are therefore glad to learn that our
goTernment will demand an apology from
the Spanish authorities and iniist upon a
ierero punishment of tho ofllcers of tho
guilty vessels. No nation has as yet
admitted; the "right of search," in time
of pece, and the United mates havo al
wayi Un pre-eminently distinguished
from other powcrs,by their persistent resis
tance to the Introduction of such a doc
trln into international law.
Spain cannot claim that sho it at war
with Cuba, for sho claims that island as a
parlor Her QWn territory. Sho may in
lilt that iho Is itllj t war with Chill, but
it ii lot probable that much attention will
bo paid to so flimsy u pretence Tho im
munity from responsibility, w,cj, ti,0 has
njoyod, through the pity ana forboaranco
of the cWilized world, for mny year
must eooner or lalor find its limit. n0 nn '
clont tradition! or grand historical records j
In the past, or ovon tho paling energies uf
national strength, which havo been tap.
pod by tbe traberoui effects of guilty in
dolcnco or priestly InloloMncc, iliould lo
Inne-nr la Ht'0 ni tl CXCUSO or
foil, for repeated rnfringornorits of national
law. , i.nP
Spain h us too long repoieJ " ,,or
...An. 1 nlnlmrd Mcml'l'""' Wl,cr0
other nations would linvc teen forced to
war or apology nnd wo iioiu inai no
tlmo liai conio when an circle monarchy
liould bo forced to recognize tho common
lw of nation as well ns the common
rules which control tho civilization and
humanity of tho age. We hnvo fought
oneo before, to maintain the right of our
flag on a free sea, and we can renew tho
battlo as often as that Hag Is Insulted by
the hostllo nets of pretension or power,
como from where they ma)
"The immunity from restraint which
Spain has enjoyed for so many jeare, has
Impressed her with tho Idea that sho can
do as she plcaics, In and out of Cuba. It
is high time that she was'taught'thatthcro
is a hlghor law than Castllian prldo and
concoit. Thcro is not another nation on
tho faco of the globe, on whom a sound
thrashing would havo n moro beneficial
effect. Let our government compel her
to apologize for her insults to us; and if
sho docs not do better with her et-In-
dian dependency In tho future, all that
we have to do, is to pursue the example of
tho European powers, nnd follow that
path which gavo additions to their terri
tory and poured wealth into their treasu
ries. A HIXT TO DEMOCRATS.
So reasoning man doubts tho difficulties
which will havo to bo contended against,
in order to overthrow the Tadlcal party.
No one can realize tho stupendous chatac
ter of the task or feel tho responsibility
which rests upon him, as a member of the
great democratic party and an ex poncnt !
of its principles, moro than wo do. In
ordinary party discipline, we nro rcadyfto
submit to tlic dicta of tbo recognised leaders
and take our allotted place wherevor wo
may bcastlgncd.Uut when an open question,
like that of utter inaction or energetic
and determined opposition on the part of
the democratic party is to bo decided, we
claim our right to bo heard beforo it is
dlspttcd of. AVo know that it will be
more difficult to displace tho party in pow
er, with all its unpopularity, than it has
ever beforo been tho duty of an opponent
to undertake. The same influences which
worked to aid the election of Grant, still
exist in favor of his re-election, over, in
groatcr force; and aided by an army of
office-holders, fruitful in expedients, he
has diligently improved ovory opportunity
to securo tho continued retention of his
It has been truly said -by ono of the
loading democratic papors of the west, tho
St. Louis Republican, that tho radical
party "has armed its leader with martial
law;'' that it "controls n party of forty
thousand men;" "lias tho manipulation of
a debt of t wonty-threo hundred millions ; "
the "minuto supervision of Fovcntcon
hundred national banks, with a cnpital of
three hundred nnd llfty million;," nnd
"tio disbursement ot an annual sum of
thrco hundrod and eighty millions; " that
It further controls "nn nlinost nrbitrary
and irrepreiblo revenue bureau, and pos
sesses tho power of supervisory intcrfotenco
in tho coining presidential election, with
tho right lo count tho vole and declaro
tho result of that election." Xow if tho
radical party havo tliesu powers, nnd wo
do not deny that they possess them, and
they have tho ability and boldness to c.
erciso them for tho purposo of defeating
tho will of the people, U it not as well to
understand tlrstas last, that tho ballot box,
with its peaceful agencies, is powerless to
effect nny changes in thu government ?
If the whole moneyed und military pow
er of the government is to 'bo arrayed for
tho purposo of intimidating and corrup
ting the franchise, then we might ns well
yiold, and confess that thoro is no poaco-
means available which can succeed
against such a formidable array; and wo
might as well confess at the same time,
that malcontents in tho republican partv,
aided by all tho patsivo democratic auif
tnnco that coul 1 be brought to their side,
would bo quito as impotent against tho
money nnd tho swords of radicalism, as tho
democratic parly alone.
Whore is tho poislblo hope of tuccoi.
mako such alliances or adopt such strata
gems as we limy, if tho party in power is
to count tho vote of tho peoplo through
un provost guards, and arrange tho ro-
turns according to its own arbitrary dis
cretion, l'rom ucli premises, admit
ting them not to bo overdrawn
or extravagatu, tho conclusions are Irre
sistible Hut is it entirely certain tlmi
Grant and hN party entertain such n revo
lutionary programme? Docs he inhibit
such u conOdeuco of victory In tho cominu'
presidential election, at tho possession of
such resources and a determination to em-
y'oy them, would naturally Itisplro 7 Has
he . entrenched himself behind his
tyonw U1J ,kfloJ mnovni from t)l0
, presidents ,, 7 J)o ,,,, ,,artUan
i,t,, 'sno doubts as to the cor-
2,,.,' ;T,V K "l-ould determine
'art .,UrV,, that tho repub.
. iiuiuuin up as rev,
to nvfti-ul.M.n u,m Wllllllg
law andjutlce, I, in a btato oft"0" f
the possible resulls of a fr(0 election ,
such a case what Imvn si.,, i i ltl
v... inouio itar the i(,ii(e,f de -
niocracy, witu such accessions as It has a
right to expect from di.afluctcd rcpubll
cans; or tho democratic party surren
dered to outsido dictation ?
If we nro to have a military election
then It makes but llttlo dlffcrcnc'o what be
comes of us. jf wo are brought to that
pais, that a majority of tho peoplo is not
to bo allowed to elect lis president, tlmn
must follow one of two things-absolute
submission or rebellion ; but on tho su,.
position that, to a certain extent, tho pco
plo are to bo left free to express their will,
there is nothing to excite tho apprehen
Ion of tho radicals so little ns, tho with
drawal of tho democratic nartv from ,n.
coming contest, as soon as this
tho conservative clement of tho country
Is ict hopelessly adrift and tho admlnlstra
tbn would not be flow to profit by the dl--alter
TUB CAIHO DAILY
THE 'CHEAT NEGKO CHAMPION.
(.pccIkI Cotretponilenco of tlfl " llnllttln.'')
Wamu.sciTo.v, I), C, Jan. 16, l7i.
Tho great negro champion Senator
Sumner having exlcnslvoly advertised
himself for n splurge on his civil rights
amendment to tho amnesty bill, his ad
mirers, tho negroes, filled the galleries of
the senate, and as ho entered the sennto
chamber ho received their plaudits. The
orator was nil himself and his deep guttural
pleased his worshippers as much as the
sweet volco of tho groat tenor, AVachtcl,
now here, does tho lovers of music and
melody. His arguments wcro but a re
hash of Sumncrian thoughts and ideas
which failed to interest the senate, though
it tickled Cufleo nnd Dinah in the galler
ies, who wcro delighted nt being made the
subject of a speech. Sumner closed his re
marks with n dig at Grant. Senator Vlck
ers replied In a speech of great force,
claiming that Sumner's bill was both un
constitutional and Inexpedient.
The nmnestv bill passed in tho houso
yesterday, is a trifle more liberal than the
ono now beforo tho senate which is about
as liberal as the radicals can afford to bo.
It Is expected that tho latter bill will be
como a law, as thcro is no thought of gen
A caucus of democratic senators nnd
members will be held to-night for action
upon matters legislative and political. It
is not expected that anything will he Uono
with regard to coalition with the dissatis
fled radicals, but a masterly inactivity will
bo recommended until they seo how theso
radlcnl cats jump. If such playful radi
cal kittens as Trumbull, Schurz &c, deslro
to scratch their brethren, they will have to
jump towards democracy as there is not
tho slightest probability of an abandon
mcnt of principles or organization by our
partv. Our platform will, no doubt, bo
broad nnd liberal enough for every lover
of his country, who is opposed to military
rule, corruption and fraud, to stand upon
It is just being found out by tho radi
cals that we have been completely out
witted by the English part of the com
mission in forming the treaty of 'Washing
ton. This was to bo expected when w
remember that England sent able an
experienced diplomats and scholars to at
tend to her interests, whllo those selected
by President Grant wore with tho solu ex
ception of judgo Nelson, a set of third rr.to
lawyers, anil politicians. Now thnt tl
scales havo fallen from tho eyes of 111
radicals thov recognizo tho truth of whn
had been told them by democratic journal
and thoy now oppose tho ratification of tho
28th and 30th articles of tho treaty, which
to have effect, must bo ratified by con
gress and tho parliament of Great llrit-
nln and Canada. By tho ratification of
theso articles Great Ilritafu will Iinre n
monoply of tho carrying trado anJ com
plete control of lake tonnage as thoy can
build vessels at from .10 to -10 per cent less
than wo can. Ily tho tlmo wo havo got
through with tho treaty of Washington
and havo settle 1 tho Alabama claims, I ho
peoplo will stand nghast, and
t,ierP W1IS not 11 J' ' ili
as in all
tho fchemos of this administration-
Tho blundering l'lysso, not content
with having M. C'.itacazy, tho Kussian
Mini'ter, recalled for interfering in tho
l'erhln's claim, and in tho jealous squab
bles of his wifo and .Mm. Fish ntrainst
Madame Catasa.y,mtiit pursuothc matter
by sending a lottor to another brothcr-in
law.K rumor, MiuNlor ot Copenhagen, who
with a coarseness and want of judgement,
insistod on reading, at a dinner given by
tho Gorman minister, which was refused
to bo listened to. He, Kramor, subse
quently read it to each minister individu
ally. Tho result of this wholo affair is
thut CatacAzy is endorsed by his govern
ment nnd tho coamo, .vulgar Grant, is val
ued at his proper standard. "When will
this dolt ccaso bringing our nation into
disgrace by his vulgarity and cupidity?
THE LKOAL TENIiKIl ACTS.
To-day tho opinion of tho supremo
court, alllrming tho constitutionality of
tho legal-tender net of congress was de
liveied by .lustico Strong, judges Davis,
.Swnyne, Miller and Ilradly concurring.
Chief Justice Ohaio delivered the dissent
ing opinion, judges Field, Clifford and
N"i'lon ciineurrln!. Messrs. Strong nnd
Ilradly, it ho were appointed by Presi
dent Grant especially with a view to this
decision, huvo earned for thomselves a
moU unouvinblo notoriety. For the first
tlmu in the history or tho supruma court
anything like a job has tainted its purity.
Tho radical Journals of Now York city
and elsewhere havo openly charged that
tho appolntuiunt of Strong und Ilradly
was in tho interest of corporations,but they
failed to htato what was tho price paid to
tho appointing power.
Willi list irloniuy ultcmliiiilN, loit smlr
IIn' il.'iirihfclon, li' voluntary mission,
loss of ki'incii. Niirrniiilorrliii'ii. loss ol
li.iul, loss ol' iiiriiiiiry.
liiiiirK'neo anil l.illii-
I In ..1.... '. ""K1, s- t, "....
ieriiig. box. BoM i ui , 11 ""'"l ur
by iniuloni.tep; ot pr'lt,7 Ail . it ""V i
IQI.-1M ima.ly Aon.r!y,Uj,'f...
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEK,
itii.i is iiiteri'ii,'ii ciirii sn ssnni.
YViV''N llaiill'itullilc Nii-cllif! .l
i, I , '.iJT'i'lBlit. Compo.ed ot tho inuat valua
on.ii. iVi ii potent Ourullves, Ihoy slriko a
tern rr.'V,',",l,"l tha matter, tono up the ays
lull, cured lliri, , :, y " '"oeniiie n an. iney
pa.'kiKc.o ll'teboxi; J lrW- . .'. r SSl S.!
J. M. PHILLIPS s- r.n.
(Successor- to E. B. Uondrlcks A Co., )
brwarding and Commission
n i i iinonfst
Are prepared to receiro, store act orard
irigiua to an potntaanil mry km
ell on commission.
"nnalneaa attended to promptly
OlsOSK fc VINCENT,
Ckment, Plaster. Tarib,
PL ASTKllEll'S HAIR,
Corner Eighth N I reel nnd Ohio f.evec
CAIRO, I LI
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON,
(Successors to Jno.II. I'hillls,)
FORWAIUH XG MERCHANTS,
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
CHARLES M. HOWE & CO.,
FOR W ARDING M ERCH ANTS.
No. 64 Ohio Levee,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Outs, Hay, ota.
AGENTS you FAIltllANK'S SCALES
58 Ohio Lkvke, CAIHO, ILLS.
STRATTON k BIRD
(Siiceesors toHlra'tnn, Hudson A Clark.)
57 Ohio Lovec, Cairo, Illinois.
Hf-ARfnts of American Powder Co., and man.
agents for cotton varn
Z. D. MATUUPa.
K. C. UI"1
MATIIUSS & UIIL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
No. 04 OHIO I.KVI'.t:,
Bttieetn Fourth i Sixth Hi,,
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
No. 7(1 Ohio I.ever,
CAIHO, I I, L I N C J H.
Wripeclai; attention Kiven to conltiiiiieiita
It K Al. FJiTAi-K AOKNT.
0. AVINSTON k CO.,
REAL "ESTATE AGENT
71 (SKCOND FLOOK) OHIO LEVEE,
lv and Sell Heal Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Ax I preurt Conreranees nf Klads,
JANUARY' 20, 1872.
Cbnrlcrrd .Mnrch 31, 1S0D.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIHO
A. II. SAKFOnD, rremdent
H. 8. TAYLOR, Vlce-I're.ulent ',
W. intiLUl', Becrelarr ami Treaiurcr.J
P. W. lUmcLAr,
W. I', IlAI.LII.Ar,
It. M. Cl'KMNaitAM,
J. M, PniLLiri,
DepoalU of nny Arnnnnl Itrrclvfxlf rom
Ten Cents Viivtanls,
iNTEREDT paid on deposlta at the rate ot an
percent, per annum, March 1st ami Beptem
ber 1st. Interest not withilrawn Is tMni Imme
d tcly to the principal of the deposits, thereby
glTlnji them compound Interest.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAT
10 THAT KO ONE I LSI CAN DBAW IT.
Open everr business dnr from 0 a.m. In 3 n.m.
ami Saturday cyemnK lor HAVI.NO DKI'O.-II IS
only, from 8 to g o'clock.
Huaiii v. ii thloi', Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HALLIDAV, President
HKNItr L. IIAI.LIIIAV, Vic I'reslJent i
A. II. HAKKOItl), Cashier i
WALTER IIYSLOI", Assistant Cashier.
trAATs Til toa, hossrt II. Ci'nmnqiiam,
llrssr L. Haliidat, W. P. HiLLimt,
Gto. I). Williamsov, Htrrnrs Iliau
A. i. SArionu.
KxcbnuKc, Coin find t'nltcd Htntcsj
; Hon U IIoiikI'I tint! Hold.
DEPOSITS received, and a general tanking
FIRST NATIONAL I3ANK
DANIEL II U It I), President ;
ROI1EKT W. MILLER, Vlce.Prel.lent :
C. N. IIUOHES, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
XCUANOE, coin, bank notes nnd United
Htntes securltlea bought nnd sow.
Intercut Allowed on Tlmo Deposits.
CARL L. THOMAS,
ii now prep.ned lo roiponJ promptly to all de
mands for his serrx'rs.
SHOP-Con. Stii-st. and Commkucal-av
In Ilie Verry House,
IHLLIARI) SALOON AND IIAR
ROOM. JOHN IJATI'.S, Proprietor.
10C:iminercinl Asenue, CAIKO, ILI.INOIKJ
Ilest brand of California Clgara just recelred,
OILI.IARI) saloon furnished with Ihu IknI o
XJ tables i and bar supplied with wines, llquora
iiu vims ui me iiiiesi uniiliis.
And Dealer In Tureen nnd Domestic
WINES, LIQUOItSANI) OIUAK.S
!)7 Oliio Levee,
Hetiieen Ninth ami Tenth felret Is,
130 Ohio l.evre, nenr Htone Itio
J. D. Z AN ONE, PROPRIKTOK,
Freah Shell OystcrH Received Daily
Keeps slwayB on hand llaltlmoro and Mobi i.
"i" i wiiiki i ii win no gum io me to Ills cm
tomera in the best city, dec'Jtt
MOORE !c MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
Decorative IniirruniiKliir, KiiInoiiiIu.
Done In the hiahest ttyl ol the arl, and a
rates that ilcty compolltlon.
BUOr IN rEKRV HOUSE, COUNEK or 8th
STHEET AND CMMKRCUL AVENUE.
A HOOK 1'OIt THE MILLION.
A Tflrate Counselor
to tho Mnrrleil or
those aboullo tmrry
in tho iiiyi!on)iciii
tnyslerleitinil rnrelallona of thn sexual avslcm
t lit. I lm 1 At A.f d..in ..- in n.ml lln If ... ttHil tim
PIV tulul.l.UllIK ' IU I'lUUil.'OH ......
veiitttijr olWpnnff, iirestrvliijx ttiecoin'!Pjiioti,ic.
TIiIm la nn Interetinif ttorU rf two liniulreilninl
twenty loir :i"s, uitn ntiiteroui uiaravinits
anil contains iiJunliiii iiirrtnntinn for thoo uhc
aro innrrltci orconleinplato marrlaiiei still It in
IrfiftH tint! ...... 1. 1 ... I... I. ...I. .....I k. nn.tunl
laid rari-lemsiy nljout Iho homo.
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n mini . m- ,t..n; irii mill imor I uiim v,
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llerorn applying io me nntonoiu ((imckattho
adterllse In Ino puMIc papers or using any (Juaek
reinoclli's, peruse I)r. Iliilta' tsurk, no matter
what your illcnse la or how dcploraMo your con-
Ir. IIiiIIh can ho connlled, eraonslljr or al
mil, on thn iltsaesii. mentioned in III" works,
lllee, No. 12 N, Kahili slteet, hot. Market and
hestiintHl Ironist Mo. niv'Jilwlv
SIMUilA SLM1L11JUS OURANTUH
HAVE proved, from tho most ampin exper
ience, nn nnllrn suceessi Biinpli I'ronipl
i.niL'ieiil anu Hennnin. I nev am mo oniy uieui
clne nerfeellv mlnmrd to nomilnr use o elm
nte lliat mlsinkes cannot lie mniln in llslnn them:
rn harmless its lo to tren from dangler, and so
elllcieiit ns to bo nlvtajs reliabln, 'rhey have rals-
enine iiiiinestcoiniiicnuniioiis irom an, ana win
always renuer satisiaction,
1, Cures Ft.r,con)(estlon, Inliainmallons.M
Vorms. worm lever, woitn colic 'ii
Cr.vltiK.colic or tretliliiKol infants...'
Illrrllol-n. o( children nnd adults. .,Vt
llynriilcry. lirlpinK. bdlons colic.W
Cholprii'innrbus, votnltlni:.... 'Hi
I'liolorii. col.ls, broneliltus 25
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I'l'Ollli. couali. ilitllcult brcatlllnir...'
Null Itlii'iim, llryslpclas, Kruptlonsi'i
llliciliiiiillsin, rlieiim.ilc pains.
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I'atnrcll, a.:uii- nr rlir Jlile, InllueiiuilW
V llMlllllK- mlK". VIOIentvollillisM
Asllllllll. i.ppll' -r I brentlllnJ ro
llnr lllseliui'Kea, iui"iiired heannuM
s.i'llcral IM'lillliy, pnysicni weak-
tlrss ........ m. I
IlriittfeV anil sennlvhr-retlons !
.sou silcKiicss sickn' ss from rldlnc&o
lilillll'y-Dlsi'nsc, (irulrl F4
.crons llelilllly. seminal einls-
on-.Inioluntarv ilisctsruc ...-1 1'J
l'l I'lloxi'", Its one ii vialof powder
very neces.irjr in serious cusv...& iv)
Norn Moiilh, canker '')
I'lllllllll l-ITlOlls. Willi sp:-lllB.....'jC
B VlltlkS. SS .'It L llfHUM. UHIIlni Ii.rt 'il
ssiilli.rinuN.ht L'linnse of Ii
HP.... 1 Co
Dnlll'iiss .siinsms.MI Vitus'ilancc.l bo
illillirrlisiilc, ernld sore throat W
rA.iiii.i v ASIA
om.1 to 110 lnrK lal, iiuiroecii
or roscn noil nisi-, coiiIiiIiiIiik is
Mpcclllr lor rs or)' omlliuiry ills-s-asi-ii
liiinllv Issiihln'l to, mill
hooks of illrci llons from SlOloJiS
Hiimllrr I mull v nnd Trill clink' .
'JO to ssnai '(.in SV! lo 8S
Spinifl. lor ail l'rUnli1 lllsMisfs,
both fur I'nrlnir and lor I'mi ii.
tlf Irealment. in vinlsnnd l.ui-sct
ensea..... - lo O
OM'd KM HAtT
Cures Hums, llruises, Lninenes., t-oreness, Korr
Throat, fprnlns, Toochache, Karache, Neumltfia.
nneuinaiism. i.uiiiauu, i-iies, jiuos, nuiis
Korc Kyea, llleedinKor the LunK-, Nose, htom
ach. or of I'llcs: Corns. Ulcers. Ol 1 Hores.
l'nce, 6 oi., W cts.j Pints. 11.1" I Qisrls, 11-74.
"These remedies, excefl I'ood a Kxtracl,
by tho case or single liox, nre sint to anr part ot
inocounirr, nyjnau or express, nee oi coarse,
on receiiii oi inc price. Auuress
Office and Depot, .No. WJ llroailway, New-Tork
H)H BS.I.K 11V I fcCHL'lt, CAIHO, ills,
rtf llir-y only, nn l tflvo time. hml h irn
m'liit'j. ifunrn ior an) ihcoi "iiswuv,
anv tstftpp which thov fAll lo mrc.
1)11. JtlCJIAU '8 i)ouvi:: IIAISAM.
o. 1 nml a, nr- . ho KroAi.i-1 Mlicrntifcs Lnosn
llll. 1.IU1IAV (.UI.ili;. 1.I.1MII D'AMUL'll
is tt.e Krcntest tonic and astringent ic th Hie 1
DH. HICllAf'SnOLDEN ANTIDOTK
id the onlr reliable diuratic.
'I lieso rcinedies are not ailtrcrlised to curnal
coinplaiiits, anl benefit noun ; tut uie unaianlcc
toelfi'CtH rndn-al anil sncciM clue inali rii.rs tu
which they am recommended, when nil mner
in-nmieni lias i.iut-u. lens ol iiiou-amis .Many
recotcr by their use. who ham lost nil Uoi-i. alio
lieen pronounced ns im uiable bj thebcsiofour
OH. UICIIAU'ri GOLDEN JJAUSA3I
No. 1, cur-s ulcers, ulcerated sorn throat and
moiitli, sore eyes, cutaneous eruptions, copper
color. d blotches, sort-ieta of the scalp, scrolul.i.
etc. It la tho urcalest renrtator. ulti r.ilim and
blood purifier known, rimises all mercury from
ui" stsiein, anu icnrcs ino uioou puro anu
DR. IIICIIAU'S GOLIiK.V IIAIAll.
No. 2, cures mercurial atlcctions, rheumatism In
an us tonus, am gwvi immeutate relienn a
DR. RICHAU'S GOLDKN ANTIDOTE,
A radical cure for nil urinary derangements
Trice, t per liotlls.
DR. llICllAU'Jj (iOLDEN KLIXIR D'AMOUR.
A ridicnl cure lornerrous or general debility, in
oiu or younc, imparling energy wiin wouueriu
l'nce 5 per liotlle, or two for f!i.
On recelnt of nrlce. thesn retncilics will be shin.
peil to any place. Trompt attention paht to all
torrespon'.i nts. None I'eniune vs 1 1 limit ilie name
of ' DR. IIICHAU'ri (iOLDK.N RKJIKDUX, II. II.
iiiciiiiins, soio proprietor, Mown in j-uss ol
Circulars tent. Trade supplied as n lilx-rcl dis
Address, Dr. D. II. Richnrd", IMH Varlclt-st.. N
csrtiend money by express or order kooiIb
uiroiiBiiyour i'iuB-iri i, nim ui win iiiiiihiiii
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
....... J!":. I "'".W1 ???!') '"'If.
I. .1. a iif j. .1 n j in ui" ikjiii is, Hull III- .
Syrup. I cilitiiu-s thu process cf 'Cents
Sirs. hub nies e o n ulslr ns I'rlee,
IVIIIK (I)III'S and jieremnea nil ills- 25
Syrup. enes meidi-nt lo in- Cents.
I f rits ntiil i ll Idri-n.
Jlra. I loresiliarrhi'H, ilisen- A 1'rlrr.
Willi ttlll ll'S lery iml suiniiieri oiii. I
Njrup. pl.i ntiiichiiilienol nil ( Cents.
I iy-s, J
It is the (irent Infant's nnd Children'M Hoolhlni;
Remedy In nil disorders brought on by Teeiliinif
ornny oihcr cause. Prepared byllm
ORAI TON MKDICI.NK CO., bt. Louis, Mo.
Bold bv Druififlsta nn ealnrs in MAilii.ini,
Ii, F-r ifta T IIT' rms TBI WWSH-i
ij jiisyciiiAioMiuitiusai co.
For Sale nt Wholesale or Retail
CORNKIl 32l).BTIir.ET AND OHIO LEVEK,
J. I'. IAMIII.K
TAMES KYN ASTON,
iliilclior iicti Dealer In nil Kinds I reali
Coaxta iN'tNcttrMii an Poi-liii 8tuf.lt.
0 AIKO, ILLINOIS.
UVS and slaiiRliters only tho very best cattle,
lions nud rhcini. and la uronared lo llll anv
unianil for fresh meals from onn iionml lo tpn
Ihoiisand iound. le;i'OI
IN JtiiciiAioMiiiuitiusai co, l a
AGENTS WANTED FOR
15 E LD EN ,
I'ui'l vo Tciirn iiiiioiifr llio Vllil Iiiillnii
ii nil' I'liuimi
ThoMfoot rieoro 1'. IWden, who Jolneil the
hIIaiis and tiocnini' ncilthmliil uatr or. abounds
ii tlinlliiia ndteiiiiiro nml uurlotia inforinallcn.
nnd ,h Mi'findv Illustrated llli new unil splr
Ited enKrnvliiKsnl lutveiitiiri' an I Iho mannera
nnd customs oftho Indians. Tho most iioptil.r
ami sliccessnil book ol the ) ear. fell' at slglit.
Ono agsnt Just npnrla li pmlll In one week. A
iu iri circiiinr, wuti specinien pxe, a larxi"
poster with rs illiisltatlons, ami terms to agents
sent free, bv f A. llt.'TCIIIN.SON At :f.. an N
Hlxili street, bl, I.ouls, Mo. Jimtilswly
I'ARKER fc BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Full)-, Hi-nalnr, Onaollae,
WIKDO "W GLASB.
And the celebrated illuminating
IlilOSH' IIUILDI.NO, COn. llTIi-ST. COM'
II. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Commercial-avo.,
DUNHAR'S WONDERFUL DIS
COVERY. II K T II E Nil A
MINERAL SPRING WA
TER Of Wnnkraha, Wlaeonilu,
..eknouIedKi-dcure of Ilrtght's Disease. Diabetes
Iiropsy, all atlectlons ot Kidney, Bladder and
Uniary organs, also Llser troubles. H. I'. Chase,
Chief Just:ce of the UnlteJ Hlutes, restored to
health br Its use. In sli weeks.
J. V. Willis, general agrnl tor the Plate ol till,
nois. Wholcsjlu anil Retail riupply Drot, 730,
Wabash Asenue, Chlca-ro, Illinois. All orders hy
mad promptly atteuiltd to. Head for circulars.
II. LEVY & CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
WOOL, rKATIir.RM, ETC,
93 OHIO Xi E "V 33 23.
NTOVI-N. TINWARE, ETC,
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringers Toils
Ware, Coal Hods, Fire Shovels, Air Uate.
TIN, ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
sTRooflnir, (iotterinjr, and al! kinds oflob
work donent shortest notice. tebldtf
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1 A I It O . II.LINOIH,
Alto, keep constantly on hand a most com
plete stock of
SCOTCH AND IRI8U YVJIIBKIKB
- I N B,-
l'ort, Madoria, Sherry and Catawba "Wlnoe
RHMVTII 4 CO. aell exclusively for cash, to
, which fact limy Invito Iho especial alien.
,,W, U4 IIV.U Mllllllll UUJCS.
Special attention yiven to Filling Orders,
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