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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1872.
JOHN H. OHKRLY, Editor nml lMihllshcr.
TERMS OKTIIK DAILY 1IUIXETJN:
One week, by carrtr r ...
one year uy omrr, ..........
One month, hymall
TUB DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
John II. Obcrly ha reduced the itibscrin
tion price of the Wekkly Cairo Bulletin
to One Dollar per annum, making H the
cheapest paper published in Southern Illinois.
of Now York ;
TOR TICK PRMIDRXT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
GUST A V US KQ2RNER.
FOR SECRETARY Or STATE.
POR AUDITOR Or PUBLIC ACCOCXT.
rOR STATE TREASURER.
CHARLES ". LANPHIER.
POR ATTOESTY C.FNEXAL.
JOUN B. EL STAVE.
POX CLERK SCPREXE COCXT NORTHERN
POR C5.XXI CPREXE COCRT CENTRA L
DAVID A BROWN.
IV CLEXXQP JCTBJtMX COURT 40CTHXEN
E. A. D. WILBANKS.
modern Radicalism, and would toU for
iti nomlneoi though asiurcd n thousand
times over, that ever; ono of them was a
Clements, as blood-thirsty and rolontless
and hypocritical and obacquioui at tho
ClomenU of Carbondnlc, who, although ho
can stand erect and do maud tho btdos of
insolent ncgroos, can also crawl upon his
belly, and in a humblor tono than over tho
dltpicablo llecp assumed, beg of tho same
negroes tho favor of their votes I
POR CONGEES EIGHTEENTH PtSTRICT.
GEORGE W. WALL,
of IVrry County.
MXM3XK BOARD Or EQCAUZ-ATION,
of Risdotph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
We are authorized to announce Mor
ris B. Wilet as a candidate for City
Treasurer at the ensuing charter olection.
We are authorized to announce C. K.
SLACK at a candidate for the office of City
We are authorized to announce R. A.
CUNNINGHAM as a candidate for City
We are authorized to announce JOHN Q.
HARMAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
AleEander county, at the enduing election in
We arc authorized to announce R. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk oi Al
axander county, at the ensuing election in
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce II. W.
WEBB, ESQ., as a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce P. H.
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney at
the ensuintr November election.
We are authorized to announce PETER
SAUP as a candidate for Sheriff at tho ensu
ing November election.
We are authorized to announce HAMI1
TON IRVIN as a candidate for re-election
lotheofflco of Sheriff oi Alcxaudcr county,
We arc authorized to announce JOHN
H. GOSSMAN bb a candidate for re-clectlon
to the office of Coroner, subject to the dccl
tion of the Democratic Convention
"WHAT IKE CLEMENTS KNOWS
ABOUT SKINNING NEGROES.
Through tho influence of radical office
holders, and tho votes of their dupes, tho
negroes, Isaac Clements expects to bo
elected to Congress from tho Eighteenth
Congressional district. With the negroes
of the district he is on very friendly
terms la aDimon to every negro Pythias
in the district.
But, notwithstanding Isaac's repeated
protestations of love for the black man,
his enthusiastic vindication of negro
rights, and his contempt for tho men who
talk ot white supremacy1 notwithstanding
all this, we say, Isaac Clements is as ar
dent a negro-hater as can be found to-day
It has not been long since Isaac was
called upon to defend a white man, in the
local courts of Carbondale, for brutally
beating a negro. On that occasion, partly
by his dislike of the negro, and partly
instigated by a money consideration, ho
unbottled his hate of the African, and
poured it out in copious streams, not only
upon the head of the bruised and wounded
complainant, but upon tho negroes as a
class. He declared, we ate informed, that
negro insolcnco had become
intolerable, and that the law
being impotent, white men's
only resource was their strong arms and
determined wilts. The complainant had
been severely beaten he acknowledged
that but his offense had not been ad
equately punished. "Ho should have
been," exclaimed tho vongoful Isaac,
"stripped to the skin, tied hand and foot,
and then lashed with a raw-hide until ho
was flayed alivo 1"
"Every blow given him," continued the
merciless Isaac, "that might havo been
in excess of his deserts, would have sorved
a a telling admonition to negroes in gon
oral, that white men havo rights tha
huall be respected, although that respect
be enforced at the cost of the hido of ovory
black man in the country."
Such, substantially, wero the utterances
of Isaac Clements, before he appeared i
the character of a suppliant for negro
potet. But why reproduce them? Tho
groat ssaM of the negroes blind, untblnk
HOW WK ARE GOVERNED.
Evidcnco is dally multiplying that tho
civil service of tho country Is a vast party
machino run in the interest of tho Radl
cal party and directed toward tho ono
great objectof Grant's re-election. There
are, in tho country to-day, over slity
thousand office-holders, of high and low
degree, who are directly under tho control
of the President and bis keepers. This
vast army is not only at work in tho bar
dni of Radicalism ; but it contributing
monev to thserTkv of its master. Of
this great number it is safe to say that
one-half, or 30,000, aro pensioned upon
tho country, and that the civil service
would b as ll cr better performed if
thiy would retire to the shades of that
private life in which an honeit adminis
tration would have permitted them to re
main, without even a thought of enlisting
them in the cause of tho government.
Hundred, even thousands of them have
been appointed with the distinct under
standing that their paramount duties
would bo to work for the re-election of
Grant, and to contribute to that endi
from their extravagant salaries.
The burdens which these drones impose
upon the country are enormous; and
among people unused to robbery and op
pression, would not bo endured. Their
services are out of all proportion with
their compensation, and, if they wero not
men of a low standard of morals, they
would never accept salaries upon which
thoy had no claim. Tho vory air theso
men breatbo is lull of moral pestilence-
counting as thoy do every successful raid
upon the treasury as a commendable
achievement guaging its glory by tho
amount stolon and tho completeness of
If tho rascals who, un
der government appointment, rob the
peoplo of their money, would
pocket their ill-gotten gains and say noth
ing about it, tho wrong would not bo so
onormout. But, inasmuch as thoy aro
compelled to disburto a portion ot their
stealings to purchase and control tho po
litical actions of dishonest voters, it as
sumes tho form of a doublo wrong, sinco
the aim is to porpctuato in place the Rad
ical banditti that havo so long and bo cru
oily outragod a suffering peoplo.
It is saio to say that in
tho federal contest now going on,
520,000,000 will bo raised by as
sessment upon government' otilco-lioldcrs
and that ovory dollar of It will bo used to
influence corrupt and unthinking men to
vote for a pcrpctuution of tho present dis
honest administration. Tho effect of thi
villainy now reduced to a system is in
tho highest degreo demoralizing, and must
if succossfu), llnnlly result In tho utter do
struction of every remaining vostigo o
tho purer government established by tho
blood and tho struggles of our revolution
Every recurring canvass seems to mag
nlfy tho evil and make the praclicoof It
grow bolder. Tactics, which but a few
years ago would havo seriously compro
mised tho parties employing them, aro
now mado use of without any
attempt at concealment, und by
men, too, who are accounted
honorable. Ten days ago, Isaac Clem
ents, whom tho Grantltes of this district
have put forward for Congress,
boldly declared that the 2,000,000
roported lost between tho French and
United States treasures, was not lost,
but in Radical hands that wuuld employ it
in an effort to re-elect General Grant!
Individuals claiming to bo good citizens
purchase oflicies with a price, and do not
scruple to contributo liberally to a general
corruption fund to retain them.
Need wo say that u reform of these
monstrous and rapidly multiplying evils
s tho great and pruning necessity of the
times, and upon that necessity has arisen
tho Liberal combination that gives such
glorious promise of a sweeping triumph.
Tho peoplo are aroused fully aroused
and, hlthough brought into conflict with
n u unscrupulous administration com
pulled tu fight a great monied powor
victory will perch upon tholr banners, and
tho Sayo of Chappnriua can make good his
(ituiiuivB w it)iiuiui uuncii men oi npo
experience to office ; to translorm tho
civil scrvico from a party tnachlno to
business establishment, to hold all public
servants to a rigid accountability, and thus
snatch tho republic from tho vcrgo of
destruction, over which unothor four years
of Grantlsm would Inevitably plungo it
The local canvass In Alexander
county is avowedly non-partisan.
Tho only Bourbon paporln South-oast
Missouri is issued from tho ofllco of tho
Bollinger County 'Standard,' (a Grant
shoot) and is edited by tho infamous D.
Our neighbors In Mississippi, Scott
and New Madrid counties, Mo., aro, like
tho voicrs of Alexander county, engaged
in n non-political local canvass. As all
tho candidates aro Democrats, it would bo
woll, wo think, to keep an eyo on tho
movements of Grant's unscrupulous min
Fred. Uauserck, editor of tho Cincin
nati 'VolksbhUt,' has declared for Gree
ley. This important chango is taken as
an Indication that the German voto of
Ohio will bo cast almost solidly for tho
An officer of tho sub-treasury at New
York having prolonged his absence from
his desk over a period of several weeks, It
occurred to his superiors to Investlgalo his
accounts somewhat. A few hours' exam
(nation disclosed in his account n defi
ciency of 170,000. This discovery dis
closes n lax management of tho finances
that calls for the condemnation of every
honest man in tho country. The name of
tho defautter is Johnson.
Know-Nothlnglsm novor had a moro
persistent and merciless opponent than
Horace Greeley j yet Grant organs, hop
ing to deceivo ignorant and unthinking
voters of foreign birth, declaro that Hor
ace Greeley, as well as Henry Wilson,
was a active Know-nothings. There aro not
a thousand men in tho United States who
do not know that tho charge is false a
a bald-faco He.
Tho North Carolina Conservative
Stato Cominltteo aro now investigating
the charge of fraud, mado in connection
with tho lato election there. Gov. Mcr
rimon has declared that, if tho facts elic
ited warrant action on his part, ho will
contest ths election to tho last extremity.
Tho most absurd claim set up during
the canvass is that tho Radicals obtained
a victory in West Virginia. Tho truth
is thero was no Radical tlckot in the field.
Had thero been it would havo been
beaten 20,000 votes. Thero nre not
enough Radicals in that Stato to mako a
Our Homo Advortisors.
33 .A. inc.
Chftrterttd Mrirch SI, MB.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. SAKKORD. President ;
S. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President ;
II. HYSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer.
P. M. TlAlCLAT,
ST. NICHOLAS j
P. H. HTOOWLItll.
R. II. CCXMXOIIAM,
J. M. Pamirs,
v Annual D
Tea Ceata Upward.
I'Al'L O. BCHl'fl,
II. I . ilALLIDAT,
Deposits ot ajr Amount RelfMl Croat
I.NTKKK8T palil on iIppU at the rate ot all
percent, per annum, March 1st and Septem
tr lot. Intercut not withdrawn la Milled Imme.
dlatelj to ire principal of the deposits, therein
g'rlDK them compound Interest.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CUILDREN MAY
0 THAT MO OKI IUt CAM l)W IT.
Open erery budiiens djr from n a.m. to J p.m.,
and Saturday ereninu lor HA VINO DEPOSITS
Our Homo Advortisors.
COMHINMIOBf AND FOHWABDIPK1.
- C. OliOSE,
ORMRKT, PtABTKR PARIS,
PLASTEIIKITS II A 1 11,
NO. 71 OHIO I.EVKK, UNIIP.K CITY NATION-
flSTI'or tho tiiirnoso or building up a
wholesale trade In Cairo, 1 will aell to deal
rr and contractor In lots of M barrels nml
upward, nt manufacturing prices, adding
Cairo. August 13, 1872.
only, from 6 to s o'clock,
W. HTBLOP, Tretsurer.
THE JAPS AKE COMING.
The only legitimate company or urtUts
ever Dcnnlttcd to leave Julian. Direct from
tho Theatre of thu Grand Tycoon. ThN
cnmpaiiv will (live two of their novel, won
derlul and thrilling untcrtulmneiitN at tho
tho Athenciim on .Monday mid Tuesday
evenings Sept. 'i'ld and 21th. Adml-'lon.
dri' circle, M rcM, He-crveil 'cats "&
cents can no i-cureii at iiiiniiian.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. l. 1IA1.L1DAY. President;
HENHT h. IIA1.L1DAY, Vice-l'reildeni ;
A. B. HAFKOK1), Cahler;
WALTER IIYril.OI', Atltant Cashier,
Htaats Tat loo. Rosfbt II. Cvhm.mihaii,
(NKT L. HiLUDlT. W. P. IlALLIDAT.
Hio. D. Williamson, Burnt Biau
A. a. OArrOBP.
KsctutBRfi, f'ola a Uaited NlalM
(loads Uoatrht aad Hold.
EPOSITS receited, and a aeneral banklne
HARRY WALKER & CO., Prop'ri.
This house Is newly Btted tip wlthltwo
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
.Suitable for all kinds of
The saloon I stocked with the lint
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL HUIIP, President!
ROMEKT. UlL.i I VU. Pre. Meat
C. M. HUGHES. Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCHANGE, coin, tank notes and United
Stales Hecuritlei bought and sold.
Inlerwt Allowed on Tlinr neiolt.
arc compounded in the most approved style
tSTCoine and sec for yourself. They keep
on iiunu a line mock oi
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL
arc spread morning and evening at nln
o'clock, itt which all are invited to jiartlc
pate irec oi cinrt'c. tMci i
CAIRO CITY COAL
(a prepared to supply cuitomer with the tes
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
JOHN OATEN, Proprietor.
I0 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Best brand of Callfc U Cigars u reci kJ,
BILLIARD saloon furnished with the host
of tablet ; and bar supplied with wines li'iuort
ami ciifars oi uienei orAii'i-.
NEW FURNITURE STORE.
Six states three of them tho most
Important in the Union so far as tholr in
fluenco upon the general result in No
vembcr is concerned--hold elections in
October. Thoy aro Georgia, Indiana;
Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and
Ug amturts that they art are slavts to J Nebraska.
OHATTLE MORTGAGE SALE
tVllKIiEAH, Chac P. Purnn, .In-eph S.
Davis and Ilubertus l'l-h winner-, doin;
liti'lnc-r. u nilcr the linn name of "Cairo
.tavo nml Barrel works'' did on tin- '.'!th day
nfMavlHTl, execute anil ilrlicr to .lo-cph
MuKcuzletwu proml-ory note ot mat ualc,
one for the sum of gl,.TO :l pavalili on the
M ilav of September, lt7-J, with iltteivt at
10 percent, from Augu-t !!nd, ls71 : ami tho
other for 1,1K) (K) payable mi .vptviiihur Ul
187JI, with intere-t at 1(1 per cent, from
AiiKUst i!d 1871 ; and whereas In order to
secure the payment thereof, the said Par
sons Davii A: Ki-h did, on the litis day of
August 1S71, execute1, acknowledge and de
liver to the said Joseph McK'etile tlieirchat
tie mortgage upon the following dccrlbetl
goods and chatties, and personal property
to wit : The lease hold t-tat
ami Intere-t of said Parson-, I)aIi
and Ki-li In nml to the follow
ing de-cribod piece or parcel of ground to
wit : "A certain parcel of ground commenc
ing ten (10) feet we-tcrly of the easterly line
of Levee street, if extended, and thirteen
hundred ami thirty (l,--;o) leet norm oi mo
soutii line oi i iiiriy-ionrni street in me urst
addition to the city of t'riro. In the county
of Alexander, in the state of Illinois tlicuc
norm parallel with rant i.eteu street n ex
tended, two hundred (UOO) (cut, thence eat
at nglil angles to sain l.evee ureel II ex
tended seventy (70) feet, thence south paral
lel with Levee street if extended two hun
dred 0) feet und thence we-t seventy (70)
leet nt me place oi beginning, being me
same piece of ground upon which
tho Cairo elevator building standi..
tuid ituated In the city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and state ofllll-no!-,
lately occupied by said I'arsons. Davis
and Ki-h for their stave and barrel work..
Al-o the building standing upon said piece
or parrel of ground formerly known a the
rairo Klevator, but lately used for a stave
and barrel factory. AIo the boiler and en
gine In said building, al-o all shafting, belt
ing, pulleys, etc., together with all and
singular the appurtenances thereunto belong
ing or atiywl-e appertaining : which safd
mortgage fs duly recorded In the 11-
coruer omce oi me county or aicx
ader and state ot Illinois In book
"A" of Chattle Mortgages, page lie Ac.
And whereas It Is provided In said moitgage
that Incase default be made in the payment ot
the first of said notes or any part thereof the
whole amount of said notcn secured hj said
mortgage should become due ; und, whereas
default has been made In thu payment of the
whole of said llr.t note, and thereby by the
terms of said mortgage has become and now
is due ; and whereas said doseph McKcniic
did on -Mud day of duly 187.', uIgn both of
said notes to .lolui O. 'Hamuli. Sow thtrf
fort, public notice Is hereby given that by
rcuon oi me premi.cp. i as sum us.ignee nave
taken poserion of the said mortgaged prop
erty and will proceed to sell the same at
public auction lorca-li to the highest bidder
to-wlt : the uforesald good and chattel-,
and personal property, at the building of the
"Cairo Mute mid Barrel woiks," In the city
ofCalio, Illinois, on the .'Pith day of .Septem
ber A. IK, iH'i, commencing at 1(1 o'clock
ti. in. of said day, to sall-fy the conditions of
said mortgage. JOHN J. HARM AN,
.sigiire oi .io-cpii .iicjvciuie.
Cairo. September lllth. lb7J.
n Trunin tv it ti n iati r t t i tat stc i
rlllODUlVVJt AJMJ ILLlllUld : has opened a New Furniture Store on
loiuinerciai avenue, opposite seventh
, street, and respectfully call attention
i .UM i i ' oi me citizens oi uairo and sur
rounding country to his
nmiiVEJ'l .I,,uli1'1'S'v T;-.01!11'.!70 . LARRK AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
OHIO LKVKK. or at the Coal aril below the FURNITURE.
STKATTON & RIRD,
(Huccessors toUtratton, Hudson A Clstk.)
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Miles the Miorttst Honlc
KlRhty Miles llieiBbnrtest Ronle
TO ST. LOTJIS
NO CHANGE OF CARS
KBOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OP OARS
r7 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois .';,,;,(r'
OM CAIItn to
Cincinnati. iL llannnnlla. Tni.in
WHOLESALE GROCERS S. &S, s5
.n..i.....ic, , . iiini. r.jMiiH, SPW 10rK,
noston and an points east.
MllwAiikle, Janestllle, Madison,
LaCrosse, Ht. rtil and all points north.
This is also the only direct route to
r, lllnomlngton, NprinKetd,
llurlinulnn. Itwk f.l.ind. I.. M.n
MILLER & PAllKEll, t7.Tea..' fiSffl'iV
Omaha (ml all tolnls northwv.t.
GENERAL COMMISSION Klnt Drawing Room Sleeping Car
an riigui i rains.
HaCKK Checked to all Important points.
For ticket und informntinn. nrti.lv in f. v u.u
depot 'it niro: on lioanl tun tmu.it atearnar 1.
tweei, Columbus and Cairo, and at toe itiiicIiia
v.ll.n. , . ... ...11 -......,-. -f.. .
.ntliwra f ti.-n, itiuu 1 KIIUII . .Ill" Vf.Ulfi.
W. V. JOIINKlN. (Jen'l rasa. Ag'l, Chlca0.
a. uiiciiell. iien i niii t. unics)(0,
J. JOHNSON, AB't, Cairo, i-
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ron FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
.SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1 371!
trains win run as follows :
TRAINS UUISO POL'THKAST.
I.eHte Vlrslnla A. 40 a, m l&'ip.m.
rprin(Ul'l- 3.is "
TMylortllle 10 5 " b. r. "
Arriteat I'ana.. 11.10 ' , 6,17 "
TRAINS HOIS') SOaTMH 1ST.
I,ste Pan 4.i a. rn ,3M &. til.
y-, . . r .1 I siiiriit,.,.....i.j ... li
General Ck)mmi8aion Merchant U'rie tH.r.r.Kneid....iv ....ki
M-nir) r Prininr'iu- n.a j m
183 OHIO LEVEE,
Late ol Cln'tl, J
. M. WILLIAMS,
Lain of Vlcksburn, fis
W. M. WILLIAMS k CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
KOHWAltDINO AND COMMISSION
05, OHIO LEVEE,
Arrive nt VliKinia 8.5 " e.IS
TSAIS. Oil IS d aOUTiltAST,
LeaTC Kilgnood .&.30 a. in. ....10,10 p, m
Arrlre al Hhawneel'n M "
tion. The Tco "Montauk" will bring coal
aloneslde to steamers- at anv hour. j
AND IltAI.Ca IN
All new, and warranted of the
THE VERY BEST MANUFACTURE
He guarantees; satisfaction both In juice
and finality of kooiIs.
iSTCall on him before you mako your
purchases. 8-ii.1) dim.
JOHN 11. PIILLIS & SON,
(Successors to John ll. Phlllls,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTU-ST. and OHIO LEVE
. .Successor to U.S. llarrell.
Eioiitii Street, Between WAsniNQTO tsttti viniT-.nn Tinnrviv
and Commercial Avenues, j FURMTURE, BEDDING
Adjolnltta; Ul'tenliouaft and llanny's. I AND
Keep the best or Deot, fork, Mutton Veal. I
Lsmti. Sausaije. etc.. ndare nreimred to sine ni'VPli i I. iiivitcv. VII P VT3I1 1 Vfl
altnen. In the I.t iwenwht- manner. -
Tliornton'.i Block lllth street bet. Comnier.
claland Washington Avenues,
A BOOK FOB THE MILLION I
.. ..H . .
MMOn.. . SmWl,cnlHMi"'"
llUi JJJB,H Mtritl ssl cSsVill" It! Wiu'lii,
JJ. R. C. TAKER,
AVIII resume the iiractice of his profession
with especial referenci: to the clectiica
tieatment ot ill-eases lu all the new and Im
proved methods of application.
In all ea.es of female complaints a lad)
will be in attendance.
OjUcc, l'.M Commercial nvntlc, up stairs,
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
HKKIDE.SCK-.So. 21 Thinnih street, be.
Iwrea Wwihinirlon avenue and Walnut street.
umcw liiCornfnerclal anu. up stairs.
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
QKHIl'KNCE-5ornerNinlh and Walnut sis,
yji,e corner hlxth street and Ohio liee.
Ornee hours from 4 a.m. to 12 m uid V p.rn
II, WARDNER, M. D.
III)F.NCK-Ojrner MneKenth street and
LV WMhinvton arenue. near court house, Of.
ricewerArier'sOrie'erySitore, Othc Ilouralrom
10 a. rn. to IS! in. and "om 'I to 4 n. in.
It. K. Jlltll.il AM, M. I).,
iiomeoiiathlo I'hvslclanand iuriieon. (if.
Hen 180 Commercial avenue. Resilience on
Icntli street three doorswtstofC.lt. Wood
HENRY II. MEYER,
DE(;ORATI VE, hIGN and ORNAMENTAL
IP JL15X rEEiHj.
GRAINING AND MARULING
DECORATING AND GILDING
In every style, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to (ilass Gilding
Orders solicited for ncenery, Frctcou and
rp Dr. Henry's World's Tosslc and
It Is the great household remedy, pleasant to
take, yet potent for the prevention and cure of
dUeaMa. It Is better than Ulttera, Cordial,
lluclm or Barsapartlla. Sold by Druggist
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All work In
trusted to my care will be. promptly at
tended to. .Shop In Perry House, comer ol
Commercial avenue ami K!,'hlh street.
r. Henry's Iloot nnd Plant Pills.
Mild yet thorough no naust orgrlping n
.Irrly vegetable irrtat I Iver remedy. I'rico as
senU , Bold by Druggists.
Mr. Wtiltco Bib's Hyrap.
The great soothing remedy. Pries only 29
:ents . Gives rest to the mother end health to
.ho child Hold by Druggists .
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, Ntrr
Engravings, Two-hundred and sixty Pages,
Piles SO ccnta. Address Dr. Butts' Disrsrx.
liar, 13 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, alo.
UxYou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Cofrco Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffco, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
S1IIO KIVEK AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levee,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huccessori to K. II. Hmdricis ACo.)
Forwarding and Commission
W II ARP-BO AT PROPRIETORS.
Liberal Advancements made
Am prepared to receive, store and forward
iroigms to an points ami uuy anu
sell on commission,
Wlluslness atlended to promptly;
Z. D. MATHUBH.. X. 0 .U1IL
MATIIUSS & UIIL,
C 0 M M I S 8 I ON M E It C HANTS
FOR SALE, ) E"rPi. r FOR SALK,
I Kcrbato I '
FOR SALE. jrSrHatel FOR HALE.
Faro from Livkrfool,
Faro from Londcndkrrt
Fare from Ulakoow,
Faro from Qukenstown
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: !48'20
flafford. Morris s Cr . yen!.
MRS. ANNA LANG
On Eighth Street, hotwocn Washington
and Commercial Avenues,
Is'receiflng dally new involcaa of
Ol every description, and at I'aicn to Sen Tiia
THE LATEST STYLES 0T 7
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
N KCKTIES, COLLARS,
LACKS OF ALL KIND
OOI.I.Y VARDEN (ll.OVKS,
DOtl.Y VAIIDEN SUNSHADES,
DOl.I.Y VAUDKN l'ARA.SOLS, ETC.
I'oL'ether with all the other articles kent
i.l a First Class Milliner' and Trimmings
.siore. in lie sold at the very lowest HRure.
lar Call ami see lier. j trouble to snow
IK IE IE IP WABM
E V E N I N G
G REATEST WONDER !
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
KJUIVK A MOIIK UNIFORM AND l'LKASANT
ii k at, to uhs: lkhs wood, are more
carefully fitted, auk more
kahii.y andcheai'ly mounted,
ark. under more i'erfect
Control, have a btxomoek
Give better satisfaction, and sold for a
Less l'rlco than any
SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
in tho market. Hold by
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
0. WT. HENDERSON,
9UUDI WOOD I I WUUDII
ft,, nrfaraivned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Am !hvp.H ssol :neper
. . 1.. St.. I t Ans.A ATttlnl
had any wood ucuier in uaiiu.
YAlUiUU w. r..r. " , 4., w
'IVntli and twoiuu wrcBin. .v"u! j
I AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE Wf
MO. M OHIO I.KTBB.
o,7the'sl tesat thoPoMomco' and at Rosa
. I vard. on Commeiclul avenue, between A
;.r... ,..'i nvninii uimets. Cairo. Illinois, i
give good measure aud will cord tho wood
UP " "SVi""' nn-MViB HALEY.
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