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Vim It Die
ice JOHN Q.
cu!t Clerk ol
g election in
re it. S. YO-
Clerk ol AI
nice H. AV.
r County At
junco 1'. II.
' Attorney at
fL mo e 1'iri'EK
' at the eiini-1
to the decl
' ig East Ten
I, the celo
-ope couiiij ,
It it state.
i with truth
P has verified
IP ftnntrv will
ing, on tho
hi upon thoiis-
y mis Ing on
rent and tho
No one bas
l) il uuthority,
ivo led them
3 know the
an placo for
n at Henry
t is tolerably
;io wcro tbo
o a right to
is for Grant
in are iinnll
ilt time, have
ty it broad,
ry grade ot
facia, In Ik
't, of rJIl
'r xnp, not one.
b country depends on an honMl congrest
i well at an honest president.
It U difficult to'bcHevo that tho illljr
char-go that tf llorac Ureeley it elected'
tho old tlave-holdcrf of the loutb will be
paid for slaves freed by the wr, Undi
credence among tlio moil Ignorant. But
It does, ittul among tlio foolish nnd crodtil
out freedmcn, the atlll moro ridiculous
fear thnt thoy aro to ho ro-onilavod If j
Greeley l made president, Is fait gaining
ground and tho heart of many a nigger to
day li palpitating willi dread nnd his oyc
distended to twice their usual alius under
tho influence of the plcluro which ho sees
of hlmsolf returned to "chains and lav
ory." Tho preposterous argument
against Oreclcy Is mndo ujo of by the rad
icals all tho samo as though it were
grounded In truth, and tho black man, a
tool in tho hands of his radical leader,
makes no effort to think for himself to
tako a common senso vlowof the situation
which would show him at onco tho
utter Impossibility of tho frcedmcn
ever again becoming tho slaves
of the whlto men south. "What
-NontiiKKN 'old slave-holders," says tho New York
1 'World,' "could to-day make proof of
t Central ' ownership and vnluo of his former chat
I (till? A 1 ill t .if Cain trnm nil .1. ..:itn
ivic a- wo. ctu It 1 1 kllU Tfll.lll
-sovTUEBS ' kind of property required, and whero
'one bill of ealo of a negro can bo now
1 ' found south you can And twenty confod-
'erato securities ol dlamond-liko rarity
'as these themselves arc. And oven with
Azatio.v, 'the bill found, whar's the nigger ?"
The ' Sun ' Is desirous of information
on tho Logan question. It wishes to
know if wo bclievo Logan recruited men
for the rebel armv. We bollovo that Mr.
, ii .i
Logan advised many young men, at tho
commencement of 'tho war, to tako nrms
in the Southern cause, and declared that
be would do so. Ho damned Douglas,
jt for City after that statesman had mado bis cele-
yt election, brated speech in favor of suppressing the
junce ( . K. rebellion, and denounced him as an abo
prtkeoftlty ,iUon,tt u u ft wcH known fact that
... ... . ....
aiiicc 1!. A. Jir. j.ogan in congress nuvocatea trio
si. r..r . l.v ' nnllrr nfallowln-. .eroded state, t
I ', . ,
go in peace, am. u.a. aner no co.icii.ueu
to go into the army lie solicited personal
friends, sympathisers with tho South to go
with him, faying that bis object was to ,nS 1,10 uranu B0, 01 10 r- 01
tho United States arrivod in Baltimore to
gct arms into tho bands of Anti-Abolition- dsy It J, expected that every constitu-
ists and turn them against tho foes of tho ent of the Grand Lodge will bo present
South. If the 'Sun 'doe? not know that except throe.
Logan's record is very black with disloy
alty, it is Ignorant of what no truthful
man denies. But, it is true, Mr. Logan
has changed his mind since his Soutlicrn
sympcthising days. Then sympathy for
the South was, in his opinion, moro
profitable! than Abolitionism, and now
hatred of the South is, in his opinion, more
profitable than sympathy for that Fection.
P- nee II AM II-i n 1 therefore ut the present timo n
r re-election South-hator, and will continue to bo until "A Lonuon dlsPtch of to-day announ
uder county. I . ccs that Kdmund About, tho well known
- lw. . I. . 111! .V. ...til. I '
It I "u '"' iu""6 ' '
oi numan lununcss win prove proiitabie,
and then lio will become ono of tho most
liberal men in tho world. Ho is n trimmer,
and has un eye single to tho wolfaro ot
John A. Logan.
BOASTING OF DISHONESTY.
In his lato speecli at tho Atheneum in
this city, Mr. Clements boasted of tho
fact that his party uses tho monev of tbo
people for campaign purposes. While hu
nt that tho" ..ii, .i
ity for lho ...UulB.u, .,uc.UU
no was inierrupieu uy tno question :
" liat became of the two millions of
'dollars that were lost between tbo treas-
'ury of Francu and tbo treasury of the
'United Stales." Hesitating r moment,
Mr. Clements pointed his index linger at
tho questioner, and exclaimed: "I reckon
'that money has been used to beat you
1 fellows in this canvass 1" This declaration
was enthusiastically applauded by Mr.
Clements' Radical audience.
In these days of almost universal cor
ruption such expressions aro littlo heeded
by tho people. They havo become famil-
ranks of the I w'11' dishonesty, und its presenco is to
be expected ; but wo cannot suppress tho
belief that expressions liko that used by
Mr. Clements should bo rebuked. Two
millions of dollars were stolen in tho talo
of arms transaction, and it is n shocking
fact a tad commentary on tho
condition of tho nubile mind-
that a candidate for congress can
arsert amid tho applautu of his partisans,
that tho stolen money has been used to
corrupt electors und control elections in tlio
interestt of hit party.
We aro awaro of tho fact that Radical-
itm thrive! on thieving, but It hat hereto
foro been the habit of the Radicals to deny j The Soldiers' nnd Sailors' convention
the fact. Now they boast of their rascal- i ftt -'ittiburg opened this morning. Fifty
ity. Well, what, in the languafjo of tho
illustrious thief, Tweed, "aro you going
' to do about it ?" Nothing, of course.
THE BULLETIN FOR TIIK CAMPAIGN.
"We propose, during the present cam
aign, to mako Tiik Hulletin ii lively and
Interesting political paper, and that wo
may be enabled to do to with ell'ect, wo re
quest our friends to do what thoy can In
extending its circulation.
The Weekly Uullktin Is one of tho
best journals in tho State, and is furnished
to subscriber! ut tho low rate of One
Dollar rr.u year, u slight advance on
tbo white papor.
The Bulletin is an advocato of tho
Litem) cauto and the Llborul candidatet,
but It U ono of tbo most independent Lib
nil jMipori In the country. It does not
rwjrdltw thertght of managing politician
tier declaring that The Bulletin edi
tor merits Liberal denunciation because
ho has been frank in his ttatemontt of bis
opinion and belief becau so he ha teen
proper to oxorclte tho right of freo
thought and freo oxpression of opinion on
questions of public policy nnd gontlcmon
who proposed ai Liboral candidates for
office. Thoso gentlemen cannot, by flour
ishing their truncheons thus menacingly
over our heads, compel us to bolholr very
obedient Fervants, ard, if thoy wish to
mako such nn issuo with us, tip comes tho
gauntlet I Tun Uullktin cannot be in
timidated. Heretofore wo havo labored with dil
igence and without profit In tho harness
of tho Democratic party nnd yot rovcro
Its principles; but wo will not
como or go as wo aro or
dered by tcH-constltuled leaders. Tint
Bulletin will never bo untruoto tho fun
damental principles of tho Democracy,
but It will act independontof tho dictation
of caucuses, supporting candidate who
aro worthy of support and opposing thoso
who aro unworthy. On no question will
Tiik Bulletin bo neutral, on nil ques
tions of men and measures it will be inde
pendent, nnd at all times remain steadfast
In advocacy of thoso vital principles
which Ho at tho foundation of tho Iti'ptib- I
lie, in tho ovcrtbow of whicll tlio liberties
of tho pcoplo will Inevitably bo destroyed.
SUNDAY, Septemiier 15, 1872.
A St. Louis dispatch of this dato say
tho acceptance by Ex-Sonator Henderson
of'tho Radical nomination for Governor
of Missouri would bo announced at once.
n llnl Jul transpired that two poor
1 1 .. i ... .1 1.
iunai.es. uoiu anrnucss anu one a cnpniu,
. ' ... . ... . b j
keeper named Thomas Farroll nt tho New
York asylum for tho Insane. Farrell wus
Tho King of Spain opened tho session
of tho now Cortes to-day at Madrid, and
promised reforms in Cuba as soon ns tho
rebellion is over.
A dispatch of to-lay say Attorney
r; av:ii:..,. ...in i. ,lir..l ... n
vivu. - ..w .,..,... ..... ,. -
compromise canu.uato oy tno ropnui.cans
of tho etnto legislature of Orocon,
, ,10Wallon Indians, fortv In num.
a 1 1
bor reached Washington this morning.
Many of tho representatives comprit-
MONDAY, Seitkmiikr ICth, 1872.
Gen. Sherman nrrived in New York
to-day from Europe.
Tho coach-driver of Now York City
met to-day to organlzo a strike
Grant has informed a committee from
tho Cincinnati exposition that he cannot
go west at present
A saloon keeper at (Juincy was to ac
cidentally shot between tho oyc by a man
who was snapping a pistol for fun.
romancist and political writer, had boon
arretted by tlio Uermnus.
Tho murderer of Kane Hlggins at
I Chicago to-day filed a motion for a change
of venuo' whlch wa9 overruled.
I Hou. Charles Francis Adams and
air. Jacob htaempm navo uisienteu lrom
the decision of tho Geneva court of arbi-
A New Orleans special to tho St.
k"i' 'Globe' says "tho New Orleans
' nd .lackson railroad to-day opened their
' now freight depot on Front street. Thu
, compnny ,mvo pUrchasod 20,000 tons of
rallroad,;iron for a lino from .lackson
' Tcnncssco, to Cairo, to bo completed by
March next, whon they intend to form
1 connections with the Illinois Central
Tlio landlord of tlio Mouongahelu
House, l'ittsburg, to-day refuted accommo
dations to Fred Douglas, son, Lewis and
six other colored soldiers from Washing
ton who wcro in nttundancuat the soldier's
TUESDAY, Skptkmiikk 17, 1872.
Near Columbus, Ohio, Robert Dun
lap shot nnd killed James Carpcntor, and
then chased his (Dunlap's) wife, shot at
lior and set her clothes on fire, and then
Jealousy of Carpenter is supposed
to bo tho causo of tho tragody.
Gon. Shoridan and party, on au in
specting tour of tbo forts on the Missouri
river, arrived at Fort Sully to-day.
Tho National Unlvorsalist convention
met in Cincinnati to-day.
Tho French Minister of Foreign Af
fairs lias uskod an explanation of tho
1,.,.Bto. n..rn,ni,nl .,w.Ml.. Il, ...
rest of Edmond About.
-A notorious counterfeiter named
David Flynn, or forty years standing, and
nine accomplices wcro to-day arrested
near Hollv Snrlnct. Miss.
-Tho Michigan and Minnesota Stale
- Fairs open to-day.
thoutand toldiert wero present.
A London dispatch announces that
l'rlncets lleatrlco, of England, tho only
unmarried daughter of th (juoon, has
been betrothed to tbo Manpils of Statmrd.
Tho princets it now in her sixteenth year,
anu tuo manjuit in mi twciily-sccond.
WEDNESDAY, ki'tkmiikii 18, 1872.1
Senator Sumner nrrived In London,
880 communistt, condemned to trans
portation, embarked from Urest
for Now Caledonia.
A soeclal of this dato to tho ' Horald'
from Iiombay says; Letters have been
received from Dr. Livingstone, dated July
1, 187S!. Ho wan atlll at Unyanyombo,
well, and waiting tho arrival of Stanley'
A dispatch from Teheren, to London
to-day reports that tho cholera it raging
with great violence In Rokhara. It it
roportod that ono thousand persons aro
dying daily from the tcourgo.
A large parly of immigrants took
nouncea the arrival at that place of the
Grand Duke Aloxls.
THURSDAY, SEmcr.it.ER 10, 1872
Georgo Lowl, the murderer of Knoch
li. llardcastlc, was taken to White Ball,
III., to-day. Lewis wns arretted in No-
braskn last week
A dispatch from Salt Lako, to-day,
ay tho i-nall-pox Is prevailing in many
part of tho territory.
A Pari dispatch of to-day ay :
Tho German authorities of Strasbourg
havo consonted to allow the wlfo of Kfl.
mund About to seo him, but thoy prohibit
uiucrs 10 0.00. ins casois now being ex
nminod, and will tako a week.
A tolcgrnm from Stockholm doted tho
19th mst., ay King Charles of Sweden
died at Malmolo lastorening.
Forty children In chargo of Miss Ryo
sailed from Liverpool to-day for Quebec
in tho steamer Sarmatian
Bismarck left Berlin to-day for a visit
to hi family cslato at Varsin.
Horaco Oreoloy addrcssod tho clli
zens of l'ittsburg thi evening from tho
steps of tho St Charlos hotel.
FllIDAY, Ski-tkmiieh 20, 1872.
Tho Union school at Mollno, Illinois,
was entirely destroyed by llro last nlght-
Mr. Grccloy arrived In Cincinnati this
Prcslndent Grant attonded tho Now
ark oxposltion t onlay, whero ho mndo tho
"Lndles and gontlcmcn : I cannot but
feel grateful for the roccption I bavo re
ccived nt tho bands of the citizen of
Nownrk and of New Jorsev to-dav. 1
had tho pleasure of visiting the state fair,
near Elizabeth, whero I saw littlo elso but
people. I was at your oxposltion to-night,
and again saw people, but littlo of what
they had thoro to soe. I hopo to seo to
morrow what I went to-night to seo."
In tho town of Chapin, ten miles west
of Jacksonville, a vein of load ore of great
richness has been struck.
Gov. Brown, of Missouri, has offered
a reward of $.100 each for the arrest of
partios concerned in tho killing, somo timo
ago, of Week, in Boynolds county.
A special tolegram to tho Missouri
'Democrat' thus answor. tho charges
against Grant In regard to tbo ldwllri
fund. TIip folowlmr are the main fartu: (Icneral
Itaulln. on Jilt death IiimI reiiiioMci (icn
eral (J rant to net at L'tianllan to l.l children.
The tnit wai accepted, nnd ;i bond Wat
llled and the tlMiul pntceedlns liail in Die
Orhaii' Court. Ilin relationx, dtitiej. and
rci)oiilbllltlef arc nrcclelv thoe of anv
LKf.AI.LY COSHTITUTKK nUAIIIIIA.N
(ieneral Itawllns wa married twice. Ilr.-t to
Mls .Smith, of Oovhcn. N. Y who tlleil,
leaving three i-tnal! chiUlren, a bov mid two
little Klrl. Dnrlntr the war he met MU
llurllmrt, ut D.mbury, Conn., at Vieki-liiirg,
and t-oon afterward married her. .She be
came thu mother of two children, but both
oi tnem .lieu nciore tlicir mtlier. Alter
lieu. Itawliii"' tleatli Mr, itawliut returned
to her father's bonne, in Daiihtiry, Conn.,
taking With her the three children) to whom
she was step-mother. When the Haw-
linn tei-timonial fund va ried
and deposited with (len. Grunt us
trustee of the Mib-crlliern and
Kiiardlau ot the children of the deeeaed at
the urireiit request of Mrs. Itawllns. he took
part of the money and purchased a hoii-e tor
her in Dalibury, into which slie remow-d
with the children. They mululv were suji
ported by remittance" sent bv tlie guardian,
il.n ....... 1. . 1 1 . 1 V... I.?. . ....
IIIV ruiiiu ULIIll'U IIUIII IlllUltJ-l 1111
United States bonds liiNvhlch thebalaueu of
tho fluids had been Intestcd. Shortlv after
it came to the know cdirc of (ieneral Grant
that thu children had been sent off to school,
NO I'ROI'Elt OUTFIT
wa given them that even the trunk In
Which tlicir wardrobe had been taken to the
school was sent after by the family, and this
led to the discowry that the semi-annual re
mittances were not devoted to the simnort
ol the children. Developments were such
us iimuccu me I'raiiii-iiareius ueuera l(uw
liiis' father and mother who reside in 1111
noi, to take charge of the children of their
deeased son, and remove them to their own
Home, (ieneral (irant sent (ieneral John K,
Smith to New York to eonult with the
chief contributors to the fund, and In view
ol the attempt to deprive t lie children oft hi
iii-i imcrei a rale oi iiivi-lon wa- iiecli c
upon, out or niece c irciuiistum-cs have
irrown the shameless charges against tin
rrelileiil. Tliese racts explain the Inter
medillng of the per-ons who claim to be ue
ting us attorneys in the cu-e of Itev. Mr,
-Mrs. Senator Sumner resides in Yen
Ratio l'utnam has returned from Eu
A ncico of tho lato Lord l'aimerson
lately paused through Minneapolis.
Tlio youngest and only unmarried
daughter of Queen Victoria is betrothed
Joo .letl'erson still Fullers from weak
ness in his eyo and will not appear on the
stago this winter.
Two Russian editors havo lately been
lined and Imprisoned for referring to tho
rumors of tho Urand Duko Alexis' secret
I American marriage.
Lillian Edgarton it lectuiing in tbo
Tho Mobllo 'Register' says that. I. Au-
, guttino .Signalgo is entitled to rank us a
poet with Bayard Taylor, J. R. Lowell,
Walt AVbitharn, and produces gems to
Post master Crcsswell says "Either I
am a thief or Lyman Trumbull lies.'' It
has been proven that Trumbull does not
lie, therefore Cresswell is u thief, on his
I own authority.
11 ni.l. "-...-. A .1 .!...!
J OOr AMC J OIKS I VHIVUri.SUU III
, makola ""N"1 Pccch "l Springlleld on
Wednesday, ho mado tho attempt but was
' 100 drur,k t0 .,rococu'
I -Uoraco Ureoloy has boen greeted
wilu tl,,J greatest onthusiatm by tho peo-
! Illu on ,,U WMturn tour' At ovcry ,lalion
,n how ,,or,uy K"J I'cnntylvanla lio was
i . ...t.t. i i -.i.i... i
mm wii.i uuu.iuri, music uuu win cuccrs oi
many thousands of men, women and chil
dren. TKKTlt IK KU1.VB
Aro u suro drawback on porsonal appear
ance and personal comfort. Thcorforo,kecp
them in good repair with that established
antldoto for all the diseases that atsail
them, fragrant So.odout.
Tiik Wood Pilk. Tho timo is past in
thu West and South when it made no
dillerunco how much wood a family
burned. Kvnn In m..,.. ...,i f.
- abundant, tho oxpentoof L-ettiiiL' it la a
to-day 1 largo item oi family cost, and peoplo aro
unmiHg iu iiibko inclr wood pilu last us
long at possible. Theru U tin Hirnrii 4 lmt
aids this economy of fuel so much at an
Evening Star Stove. Try It.
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
las opened a Harness Shop nn Washlngtoi
Avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh
filrcrtH for the purpose of MANU
KACTimi.NU all kinds of
Our Homo Advertisers.
72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. HAN NY.
8 T It I 1 K 8,
KKNTUCKT JKANfl, FXTBA,
BLACK A LI AO AS
LARUE STOCK OF OARKtTING
01 LT HAND,
Ula Kb tire Mtoek
VERY LOW FIGURES.;
CORMKR 8TH BT. AND COUMXRCIAL-AT
HARRY WALKER it CO., l'rop'n.
This house Is newly lilted up wlthtwo
T A Ti P. S
And two line
jenny lind tables
Suitable for all kinds of
The saloon is stocked with the
are compounded lit the most approved style
BSTCoineaiidsceforyoiirseir. They keep i
on iia.ii. a line stock oi
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND 1IOL
JtKFUKSlIM KXT TABL-KS
are spread morning and evening at ulii
o'eloek, at wldeh all are Invited lo part I u
pate fia-c ol rliurt,'''.
HOOT AM HllOt: NTUKK.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Ave., mm Athenourn.
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' OAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' HOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaiters and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which thoy toll at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION !
A Private Cuunaelur lo tlieMarrled
or hose about Jo Marry, ou Ihe l'hilololcal my.
terlsiand re-slat lonsof Ihessxiul jy.leni, with the
latsit dlKorsrlei in jjroduclu aud nmentlnit oO
tprlnf,t,reserTlnglhecoinplelon,4c.. ii,T'i'!ii.,.li';r?rM"nwurk of two I"10" nJ
lily pages, with numerous eojrat ns,audcontalus
valuatle information fur those who ire married or
contemtlate marriage : still It Is . book that" u.ht
rbotu,.ui'hd.,ruru.k.:,"r Ur tai m im
i.?1.1? ffJ "' " rifty Cnu, Addr....
SibU...'''.'.'"? w "" bo .d,.,u.. I.
u .?iVr "! "i "' Su,c- Hsusdlse, run Ur. Bum'
csVdi'iE."!!1" Is or kewrd.i.lrstls y.ar
n it..Zt: "VP sabscnsae4, rHulii er by msll,
tV,,ll,I,l,,tl"',lal'UwwSs. m, Ko. Ii Nerta
KlI.UiBlfWml,t,u Mtlt.t sad Quill. Bl .LoU.H:
Our Homo Advertisers .
REGULAR CAIRO. I'ADUCAII A EVANS
VH.LE MCMl-WKEKLY U. S.
Thn Fast and Elegant PiuMnfer Btcnmtr,
Tack Giiammkk, Master.
Ei. Tiiomah, Clerk.
jOT Leaves Cairo forl'aducah nnd Evans-
ville, every Tliursilay and biinday evening,
atfl o'clock, connecting at Evaiisvillu with
Thursday and Sunday evenln
i........ in.. ...ii
hu u viugn. t'uillll'CtlllK lit ninin inu ..in.
the Louisville and Cincinnati packet. Kor
irclglil or pasagu apply to
REGULAR CAIRO, l'ADUOAII EVANS
VII.I.E SE.MI-WEEKI.Y PACKET.
The line Passenger l'ackct
HEN. HOWARD Master
Nkoi.kv Rudd Clerk
Leaves Cairo for Paducah and Evans-
vlfUT every Tuesday and Friday evening at (J
o'clock. For freight or passago apply on
board or to
.Iambs) Hinnw. Passenger Ag'l.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANSVILLE
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
The line low pressure Passenger Packet
W. H. PENNINGTON Master.
JSTLeavcs Cairo every AV'ednesday and
Saturday evening at I) o'clock, for Pudilcali
and Evausvllle. For freight or passage ap
ply on board or to
IA.MKM llKKln, Passenger Ag't.
CAIRO AND PADUOAH
91 All. BOAT.
The splendid steamer
Dick FowLeii, Captain,
s Cairo DAILY, (Sunday exeeptcd.)
m. For freight or pus-age apply on
.IAS. MA l.l.i IRY Ag't.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trips ilallr.
i.KAV'o MoUM cirv
At &M a.m.
At . . ii.iii.
At" . a.m.
At 11 . .,a.m
Fare eaeh way, :io cents; li
i M. Will land, uhen balled,
cents; 10 tickets fur
1 interinediato laiitlln for pa
ON KASY TKRMSI
A valuable fann within seven miles
Metropoll-, oil the .lonesboro linail, eon-l-l-ing
of "J(sj neres with (HI acres cleared and
other lmiirovemeiits, now owned and form
erly occupied, by .1. T. Itelinie.
rr-ujin. une-ioiirtii iIiumi-
one, two and three year notes secured by
mortgage. v lib si.vuer cent. Interet.
I N. II. The timber Is good and has necr
I been l ulled and no timber will be permitted I
t In lie cut nr ll-eil. CYrent U'h:lt U lleeenrv
. . . ..
I lor the wear and tear of the place, until after 1
the second iKiynicnt has been made.
FnrlnloriiiJtlnn ntinlv In
'.I. T. RKS'NIK
iW-tf Cairo, lit.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
Soothing Remedy !
lures .ouc sou i.di'iu- in
lbs llowsli, and full, alts
tne process oi Teeming
FaWon Conrnlilom and oyer- I
comss all diteasts Incident to r
I slants and Children.
2XIS. ( ,
Cnres Diarrhoea, Djuntt
r and Summer ConplalLt,
lYRUP. auoren oi an ages.
Rellerei pain, weakness oref- I . - ;
hsuillouln ISorMmlnutsi, glT- UiT
ln(tonsandLKwsrtotbeiTUm.J CEITTO. 1
II is the Infants' and Children's Oreat EoolhlDx
Rsnitdy, In all disorders brought oo 1 testblug or
aor other cauis.
lis particular In calling for MRS. WniTCOUD'S
6YRUP, and take no olhsr.
1'rsoared It the ORAFTOM MEDICINE CO . St.
Louis, Mo. Bold tj UrugglsU and Dealers lu
Msdlclnn Trywhere. '
q BUY, ME'AND 1 U. DOYOUQQfliV.
IIj cleansing the blood and arouilng the llrer anl
entire eresns to a heallhT action. Dr. Ileurv's
Root and I'lsut 1'IIUcure man complaints vrhlch it
srnuld not be su
i iiiDticied Ibev could reach, such as
IlFBdacbe), I'nln la the Nltle. Auinl
ilea or tue llauds nnu Feet, lullni'H
lauds nnd Feet.
Ctilllneas. HlieumntUm. Neiirnlirln.
s.oaa or Appeilie, isiiiuiim iiym-otery.
ssiuncy Anrriions, voaiinitiion. Je-
uuiiT. ATsjvcra us mii iaiuuii. ssjancp-
ty. f evers or ait atluu. ursm
1st, Januulcc. and other kindred cuuilaluis
arlilDg from a low state of the body, or oL.truitlou
11 us lUQCllUUS.
Ileiog free from Mercury and other polions they
can be taken at all times and under all clrcuimtsn
ces, without regard to diet, bmlneis or ilssiure.
Ther stlmul.au the weakened and uUtempered
isrtslnto healthy action, gislux them strength lu
ditbiirden themscWei and throw on Ihe ob.tructlone
which are the lint cause, of dliesse, without
proiliiclnif cilher nnuaen ur trrlplny.
All heary and drowsy seniatlout, which are the
fureraniiers of direful dliea.es such as A poplexy,
riirnlyllcNtrokeN(Ac,are eirwtuslly warded
on by a few doses of theae seirchlng I'lili,
Knlldlrs-tlttDi sround -tea toe, la EbtfUilt, O.ribAO, Vrtach
i.l Hr.olih. Prtt. JiC.LU. loi.
rr.birl ty lb. CJr.rtAn Udlclbt Co.. Hi, toul,, Ut.
told 1 buiiLiU 4,J Utklcri lu Alodklbt (rrblis.
And Healer in
VEOETAHI.ES, KltlJl'I'S. E0(1H, LARD
FRESH IHJ'lTEIl, ETC.
JEiT All (loods warranted fresh, and sold
at tho lowest prices.
Corner Oth Ut. andCoininereialAvo.
OnKlglithHtreet, between Commorclsl and Wash
DKtou Avenues, is dally receiving
NEW MILLINER Y GOODS
I.ATKST Kl'KINO AND HUMMKH BTVLKS.
Ilesiues a lull line of
BOUTIN" 331TB & HATS
'f ritnnieii and uatrimmeil,
r'llENCU FI.OWKHH, IllUUUNd, TKIMUING9
of all kinds, Laces, etc., etc.
Mrs, McGo. has also a larfte assortment o
fancy Articles, such as
NK(!K TLX COI.LAK3. tlNDKItai.EKVEl,
Our Homo Advertisors.
ChnrlerixJ Mnrch 81, INOV.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. II. S AFFORD, President;
S. M. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
II. IIYSI.OP, Secretary and Treasurer.
I'. M. Uaiciat,
It. II. Cvuninuham,
II. I'. IIAttlUAr,
J. M. PrnttiM.
neuoalta ot anr Amount KrcIVMl Irons
Ten Cent Upward.
JNTKHKST paid on deposit m the rl ol six
percent, per annum, Msrrli 1st ami Hoptetn
r 1st. Interest not withdrawn Is folded Iminf
illately In the principal of Ihe lepolt, thcteLj
K'tIdk them compound Interest.
MARIUKIl WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
0 THAT NO dsn EMI CAN DaAW IT.
Open etrrr buslnets dsr from y a.m. lo 3 p.m.,
and Hsturdsr erening Inr HAVINd DKPOSl'lt.
only, from 6 In o'clock.
auiitl W. Hral.OI'. Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
1 M. I If O I H
W. P. IIAI.I.IHAY. Pretl lent;
1IKNKT L. IIALLIHAY, Viee-I'n llJtalj
A. H. MAKFOKD, Cuhler;
WALTER 1IYHI.OI', Assistant Cashier.
lltstr L. Hallidat.
Hoiist It. Cessisniiii.,
W. 1'. Hallidat,
(I in. 1). Williamson,
A. II. HirriAD.
Kaennnsfi, Coin and tin I lest Hlte-s
Uonda llonstht and Hold.
KPOHITH reoetred. and a gentrsl Uoklnx
FHT NATIONAL BANK j
DANICIi llUlt!), "rs.l.lcnti
UOHKKT. Mil. . C t. Vie.resllat
C. .N. IIUUIIK-i. Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROM 1TLY M.iDK.
.!Ai,iiA;Mir., coin, nana noies ac
hi hi.i.. --... ,.in l,.ii,i .i.i
coin, hank notes and Unite-:
Inlereot Allowesl on Tim- ntmlf.
CAIRO CITY COAL
la prepared to sufpl; customer wltb the Lea
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
(Htl)Klt hit at ll.-dllilav Urn-, oilli c, 70
OHIO LKVKK. or at the (.out Yard below the
M. Charles Hotel, lll receive prompt atten
tion. The Tfil ".Mo.vtal'k" will bring coal
alniiL".ilc to steamers at anv hour.
lu lliuler's New llrlek tlulldlni;, ronier ol
Eighth and ';L-lii ntjtoti Avenue,
13AKEII & CONFECTIONER
AND DKALKIt IN
EOltEHiN AND DOMESTIC KIUTI'S,
Ick Cream and Soda Fountain.
t ilesiri! to inform my patron-ami tlicpuli
lie at large, that I am at all tlme prepari'il to
I'lirulsli ecrthiuv III the above line on the
shortest rollee, iiii'lilillng Wedding and
I (iieen rakes, etc. Al-o supper parties fur-
lilshcd to order proinptlv and perlcet sati-
, I'ai-tiiin warranted
Kor quality and prices I defy cnmi-ptltlon.
Try me oneu and ou w lllcome auraln.
1J. U. TAJIK It,
Will i csiiine tlio practice of tits irofesloii,
t with especial icleri'iice to lliu eleetrleal
tii'utliiciit ot ilUi':i-i' in all the new and lm
proiil mi'tliiids ofiipliliratlnii,
lu all raes of female complaints a lady
I will be in alti'iidaui'i'.
Olllce, IM Commercial aiciuie, up stairs.
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. 1).
RKUIUKNCti-No. 21 Tlurtcenili street,
tweim Waslnnnion avenue and Walnut sti
uiiico U'l uomiiieruml asenue, up stairs,
0. W. DUNNING. M. D.
K.SIHKNCi:-cornrNiiitli ami Walnut sts,
OltH'O COrillir .Slllli (rnl nn.l III, In la.An.
iflco hours from 0 a.m. to U in,, and p.m
II. WAKDNKll, M. D.
OKJJJDKNOK-C'orner Nineteenth street and
IV Washington avenue, near court house. Of.
Hceover Arier'Hfiris'eryHlorH, (mice Hours from
lo a.m. to la in, and -oin 2 totn, in.
, it. sTTmiiiiiAM, .m.-d
iloineopathio l'liysieiaiinuil Surgeon. Of
lleo i:so Commercial avenue, Itusldeiieo on
Tenth street three doors westofCR. Wood,
WUUD I WOOD I I WOOD II
The undersiKnO will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, II not Cttenper
had any wood dealer In Cairo, Leave order
on the slates at the l'ostollleo and at Rosa
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, bi-tween
Tenth and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois, 1
give good measure and will cord the wood
up if desired,
au,10.tf DENNIS HALEY.
UOOHN, SANII. ETCl
ITae Ur. Henry's; World' Toalc nnd
It U the great household 'remedy, pleasant lo
tako, yet potent for the prevention and cure of
diseases. It la better than Ultters, Cordial,
lliichu or fianaparllla, Sold by Druggists
Ur. Henry's) Root nad Plant Pllla.
Mild yt thorough-no nausea orgrlplng-n-
. I rely vegetable great liver remeuy.
cents, Sold by Druggists.
Mr. WIUtromb'M Nyrnp.
Our Homo Advertisers.
I IT S XT jR, .A. IT O El
NIAOAHA, X. r.,
Assets tl,4Sl),.10 29
OKKMANIA, N. T.,
Assets., !,OM,?91 Tl
IIANOVKR, N. Y.,
Asset T2 W
IIKPU1II.I0, N. V.,
Assets 7H,Wi W
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency,
Y0NXBII8, N. Y.,
Asset 878 4G4 1
Assets 4M.1HJ 13
VIHKMKN'rt ftJND, B. F.,
Assets. 7t.t00 04
HKCUHITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Htoies, llwelllngs, Kiirnllure. Hulls and Car
Roes, Insured ut rates as fat orablo aa sOUod, pep
ininont seciirltr will warrant.
I respectfully ask of the clllteai ol Cairo,
(hareor their pHtronane.
c. w. ii van km.
TKUTUN1A hi FK INSUHANOK
OF CII1CAOO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN A. 1IUCK, - - Prctidont.
U. KNOIIKLHDORFF, - Hocrotary.
ullAH. RkITC. IIlNHY WEIIKK,
A. C. Kkhino, A. Mihcii,
Ciias. Wkntiik, Ciiah. Vehmiia,
Fkancih Lackner, Ciias. Dakolino,
C. HiRscii, 'NVm. Rkiniiardt,
The Ls-st orKsnlid and securest comptnr in
Ihei iiorthwest, The onljr company which nutf
auleet a cash surrender value.
CARL L. THOMAS, (Jen. Ao't,
2&dlr for Cairo and wlrlnltr
Notary I'u title.
No. Pub. and tl. 8. Com
3TT JEl J.2rC tt.
..... .?t,t4.,V4 .7
NOKTH AMKKICA, I'A.,
, H,7U,CM) W
......-. .12,M 1.110 7
Assets ......-.... .S1,7I1,MI M
1NTKH.NATIO.NAL, N. T
Asiets M.........L5,973 St
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
CO.NNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE,
...m. ISOW),ai W
TRAVELEIW, HAHTFUHU, LIFE AND
As.ets I'.iO OJO 00
UAH. WAT PAHSKNOEKS AHUUANCE
ysset HWiOO 00
As.el, I,M2 00
SAFFOHD, MOlilUS & CANDKE,
71 Ohio 1TP,
Cil Nstlonsl Ilsnk. CtlRO. ILL.
! BEBRWART. ORTH & CO."
! 136 COMMKUCIAL AVENUB, OAIUO, ILL.
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW ,
for Window boreens,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
&c, Ac, &o.
CRADLES, dec, tto.
Also manufacturer! of
QUTTERINO AND ROOFING,
Tin, Siikbt ibon & Coppir Wab
taa AgooU for Ilia celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
U iiio'a Movkaiilk Point Stkkl Plow
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
scantlin a COOK'8
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS