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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1872.
TfillS II. OHKUtiV, Editor and l'nhllaher.
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THE DOLLAR WEEKLY 1WLLCTIN
John II. Obcrly In reduced the iilcrip
tion price of the Weskly Oaiko llottKTW
lo One Dollar per nnnum. maklnp It the
chepcrt ppcrpubUhcd In Southern Illinois
of New York j
01 TICK rRMIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE.
FOR AUDITOR OF PURLIC ACCOUNTS,
FOR STATE TREASURER.
CHABLKS N. LANPUIER.
FOR ATTORNEY OFNERAL,
JOUN B. EUSTACE.
FOR CLERK 8UFREME COURT NORTHERN
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
FOR CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of Perry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION,
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOUN H. OBERLY.
We arc authorized to announce JOHN Q.
BARMAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol
Alexander county, at the ensiling election In
We are authorized to announce R. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clork of Al
exander county, at the ensuing flection 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 announco 1. II.
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney at
the ensuine November election.
We are authorized to announce PETER
SAUP aa a candidate for Sheriff at the ensu
ing November election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON IRVIN a a candidate for re-election
lo the office of Sheriff ot Alexauder county.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
H. 003SMAN m a candidate tor re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decls
tion of the Democratic Convention
EX-PRE9IDENT MAHAN AGAIN.
Ex-Proildont Mahan of Oborlln collego,
haa written a third letter advocating tho
clftlma of Greeley to tho presldoncj.
Tho writer regardi the political trugglo
now going on, In Ha moral and religious
Mpcct,and in so doing finds hlmsolf unable
to lend his Influence to tho re-clcctlon of
Grant, whoso administration ho charges
with all tho responsibility of tho troubles
In tho South alncejlho close of the, war,
whoso elevation to power ho affirms
inaugurated tho era and the reign of amall
men, and to tho bad tnfluonces " which
1 bavo been brought to bear upon this
' (the colored) people through tho fixed
' policy of Grant's administration and
1 pty, " ho declares, may bo attributed
much of tho demoralization of tho negro
raco since they aasumod their rights as
citizens of tho Unrted States. The past
political proclivities of any man who has
been presldont of Oberlln college, need
not be questioned. President Mahan's
letters are dictated by a calm and un
prejudiced view of tho condition of the
country, and will not fall
of a weighty infiuenco on tho minds of
many who in former days bo'leved and
voted as their Ex-President Mahan did.
Greeley negroo. in Parii, Kentucky,
are turned out of church.
Tho fruit business of tho Illinois Cen
tral road tho present season has been im
mense. The strawberry train was put on
tho 22d of May and ran until Juno 11th.
In that timo S3 J,7S5 pounds of fruit were
transported to Chicago. The regular fruit
train ran.from July 22d till September 9th
and carried in that time, 9,034,131 pounds
of fruit. Thia immenso quantity was the
produce of Southern Illinois, and at a
loose and probably very low estimate re
alized to tho producers about $650,000, a
largo profit mado in ono season from only
ono of tho many resources of Egypt.
But it is an encouraging proof of tho
recent rapid growth and development of
this much abused section of tho stato and
is a sufficient guarantoo of what it will be
in tho near future. To
the farmer, mechanic or tho business
man,' in search of a location, in no part of
tho country will ho find a better ono than
may bo found In any portion of South cm
Illinois. Already it is well traversed by
railroads. Not a fow others uro in courso of
construction and many moro aro about to
bo begun. Manufacturing interests are
springing up and the agricultural enter
prise of Egypt is now proverbial. Our
peoplo are wide awako on tho subject of
tho education of the young and no district
is without its school homo. But a recit al
of tho resources, developments and pros
pects of Egypt is a thrico told talc, which
never loses its interest, howover, for tho
genuine Southern Illinoisan.
THE CAMPAIGN IN OHIO.
The press throughout tho country
deprecate tho vordict of tho jury in tho
If Grant is ro-clectod Guv. Geary is to
get a cabinet appointment for his pardon
of Yorkca and Marccr.
SPEECH OF GEO. II. PENDLETON
IN CINCINNATI MONDAY
THE WORDS OF A PATRIOT AND
The Meridian, (Miss.) 'Gazette' which
has been a dally, will bo published as n
A SON of the deceased Gen. Rawlins,
Grant's right-hand man while living, is
enthusiastic for Greeley.
The peaco of Mexico was short-lived.
The revolutionists aro again giving the
government troops trouble.
NEQRoUbor on Northern railroads is In
demand just now. Tho market will not
he so active aftor next Tuosday.
A DESERVED TRIBUTE TO THE
Father Burke lectured in St. Louis on
AVednoaday night, was enthusiastically ro
celved, and addressed a very largo uudi-once.
The speech of Hon. Geo. U. Pendleton
which wo publish to-day, is one of tho raoit
eloquent of the campaign, and ono alto
gether characteristic of the giftod Obloan.
The Chicago 'Times' says " probably in
Pennsylvania all tho O'Conor and
'Adams men will voto for Buckalow."
Probably they will, and they will fool so
good over.it, they will vote for Greoley in
Grant Is said to bo entirely confident
that Indiana and Pennsylvania will give
Radical rnajorltioa, but ho is somewhat
doubtful of Ohio. Tho prophets of his
party are rather doubtful in tho Buckoye
state. She la rnakiag a noble effort and
the indications are that tho whole Liberal
tioktt will be elected.
The naws from Georgia is well calcu
lated to oncourage the friends of Greoloy
and reform in the present political con
test. The state haa elected James M.
Smith, the Liberal candidato for govornor,
and the present incumbent, by at least
fifty tbouiand majority. Four years ago,
Bullock was elected governor by the Bad
Seals, but their power ia effectually bro
kes, and their day ia over in Georgia.
The signs of the times are plain and
caeilj reed, and the people of the whole
ooMtfjr kT reason to rejoice.
I thank you for this friendly reception.
I know how far to appreciate it as u par-
tonal compliment, und how far I ought to
uttritmto It to tho cuuso In which wo aro
engaged. I am so olten and so greatly in
debted to my friends and neighbor for
personal kinuness thut I cannot repay the
obligation. I hope that tho simple "1
thank you" will convey all tho foelings ot
This canvass is near its close. The ar
gument has been exhausted. Tho appeal
to reason and judgment has been made,
and thoughtful man uro prepared to voto.
If I had con stilled my own wishes only, I
would not have addressed vou this eve
ning. 1 cannot hope to present to you
nuw views, or add vigor to tho presentation
of tho old ones. But my friends havo ro
quosted it, und thuir wishes I am ucc up
turned to obey.
It is wonduful what effect absenco from
homo produces on thu mind and heart.
Three thousand miles of intervening
ocean makes us lovo our wholo country
honor, and foul a closer relationship to our
countrymen. Thoy eem to abate tho bit
tortious of strife, and mako us feel that all
our neoulo aro actuated bv a natriotL
spirit, however widely tbey may diller a
to methods. In this spirit I would spca
to you to-night. I would not willinglv
do injustice to General Grant, or his cabi
net, or bis adherents. Many of them 1
know; some of tlium 1 admiro. All of
them I would treat with thut considera
tion which fair dealing und honest discus
sion demand. Whon I speak of him, or of
mem, l lntenu rattier to spcaKor the tend
ency and significance of theiropiniona and
tho systom of administration which they
approve and enforco than of their
personal characteristics and particular actions.
When I left homo in Juno, this Liboral
movement seemed to havojust cominoncod.
To borrow the liguro of another, it was
men iuo easy movement and gontlo whis-
pur uin ciianging nuo ill a culm sea; to
day it is tho dashing aurf and doop-toned
rour of un incoming and anhry ocean.
hal does this mean? Why this Lib
oral movement? Why havo Republicans
.eft the organization which thoy have
built up and loved? Why aro Democrats
not isolated men, but tho party with oil
the persuasive authority of Its recom
mendation and all tho power ofiu disci
pline supporting Horace Grccloy? Surely
ihorq is a striking reason for this wonder
I havo read the speeches of Horace Oreo-
toy on his Western trip. 1 road carorully
alto the speeches mado at Cincinnati on
Saturday. Thoy wore from tho leading
mun oi mo itopuoiican party. Thoy
were brought hero to follow Mr. Grooley,
to counteract the Infiuenco of hi visit,
and if possiblo to destroy, both by com
parison and contrast, tho force of his
speeches. Cabinet officers, military gen
erals and civil generals woro prosent; the
highest in rank, tho highest in their own
estimation, the highest in the estimation
of their prty woro here. Mr. Delano
General Butler, Governor Uawley, were
put forward to present In the best shspa
tho host phaso of tho policy of tho Re
publican party and Its effects on tho
Thoy had n doublo and porplcxlng oflico
to perform. Thoy must at ono and tho
SBina timo laud tho popularity and power
and success of tho party to win your sym
pathy and admiration, and show thut it
had failed in its work, fallen short of its
promises, and must bo continued in power
In order to accomplish it.
Strip thoto speeches of their verbiage
and what aro thoy ? I condor.so them;
thoy tall us tho Republican party has had
the cntiro confidence of tho people; it has
been in power twolve years, years of war I
yorrs of peace I Thoy toll us tho robols
woro conqurcd by forcoofarms in battle;
the Democrats sympathized With thorebles
and wcro conquered by ballots nt the polls;
it has had absoluto power in tho federal
ntid in tho stuto governments; in con
gress it has had two-thirds majority; in tho
presidency it has had the men of its choice,
in tho judiciary it has found or it has
mado majority of tho judges. Soven
vears have elapsed sinco the war. Seven
years of peace. Seven years of Republi
canism. Seven years of absoluto party
ascendency. Four years of General Grant's
presidency. This 'has been its opportuni
ty. Behold its work!
Fel.ow-citlzen, what has been accom
plished ' What claim to public gratltudo?
What title to longer power ?
Read these speeches further;
Wo promised you peace, but Micro is no
peace. Wo promised you cencord, but
there Is no concord. A o promised you n
more perfect Union, but there Is no hoarty
Union. Wc promised jou freedom
throughout tho land, but th'ero can bo no
freedom; there must bo proscription;
there must bo disfranchisement , tho South
is still rebellious ; the habeas corpus must
bo suspended ; tho olections must bo super
vised: the reconstiucted governments
must be sustained; tho whites uro disloyal,
and must bo suDjected; tho negroes aro
loyal, and must bo put over them.
This is their own testimony. Yet, gen
tlemen, after twelve years of power, after
seven years of poace, this is thoir testi
mony of their own success this is . their
claim, as tbey themselves stato it, to it re
newal of power. And they aro right.
This is thoir claim their only claim.
They state it properly and fully. They
have exercised absolute power president,
congress, judiciary; thoy have dono their
best, and thoy hnvo so far beggarod tho
peoplo of tho South, so far oxasporutoJ the
races, so far despoiled the owners of prop
erty and children of industry, so fur up
turned tho foundation of civil order and
prosperous labor, that thoy need tho pow
ers of war, tho presence of an armr. tho
suspension of habeas corpus, disfranchise
ment of tho strong, proscription of tho
timid, to carry oho singlo stato at tho
South ; and to Justify themselves in your
eyes, nnd obtain your support, thoy do not
liesltalo to Invoko tho bitterness of hate,
and to infiuenco tho passions and anlmosl
tio of flagrant war.
Read thuso speeches for yourselves.
This is their fair interpretation, their phi
losophy ; no man can uony it.
Read them moro closely. Thoy furnish
incontestlblo proof that this administra
tion has dono more than all others to de
grado tho public service and to debauch
the public morals.
Tho president has recoived money and
houses und other presents of largo value
from aspirants for public oflico, and has
uppointod thoso samo men to office. I do
not say that lie bus dono it corruptly; 1
only say thut ho has done it.
Tho president bus appointed ills family
and relations to high offices to an extent
without parallel in our history. I do not
say because thoy nro his relatives, but I
do say thev had no other visible qualifica
tion. Tho president has surrounded himsolf
with a ring of militury secretaries, with
out law, in violation of law ; and syco
phantic adherents, whose infiuenco in ap
pointments and jobs has been a scandal
and a by-word.
The president has treated his high ofllce
as If it bad been created, und ought to bo
administered fur his own personal benefit,
the reward of his merits or his industry,
and that neither his political adversaries
nor thu peoplo at large havo any interest
The legltlmato results of this conduct
aro apparent on every hand.
Corruption provades every department
of tho government. Defalcations uro us
common us tho days. Neglect of duty is
made universal by tho example of the
president. Alienee from their posts
is tho rulo among tho highest officers.
Tho secretary of tho treasury, the sec
retary of tho navy, the sttcrutury of tho
interior, tho postmaster guneral, thu at
torney gonerul five of tho seven mem
bers of the cnbinet aro announced to
tako active part in tho pending canvass
in Ohio. Every exertion of every em
ploye of every oflico is called into rcquisi
lion to re-elect tho president. Tho ex
penditures of every oflico aro mado with
reference to the sumo result. Every sal
ary paid by tho government from tho
money collected by taxation is mado to
contribute to this purpose. Tho work in
tho nuvy-yards ; tho contracts for sup
plies ; tho mails of thu country ; tho
urplus millions in tho treasury uro used
to tho same end; and so universal is ttio
demoralization thut every officer Is ho-
ueveu to oo inuueiiceu in ms oxortion by
tho desire to rotaiu otlko rather thun by
any conviction ot uuulic duty or sentiment
of porsonul fidelity.
1 do not say that Mr. Delany and Mr.
Bouttvoll und Mr. Cresswell aro nut sin
cere in tho opinions thoy express on tho
stump in Ohio, but I do say that if they
expressed different opinions, or were
suont, tnuy couiu not now office for an
hour. Thoy work for their chief, Thoy
hold his oflico at tho price of thoir
personal allegiance. Thoy aro the tenants
of his property, and the rent thoy pay is
service in his re-election. Our constitu
tional government is mado personal gov
ernment In its worst form, and necessarily,
inevitably lollows centralization. By
usurpation, by absorption, by open und
shameless grasplngs, by secret and stealthy
outreuchings tho federal government i
drawing itself all tho powers of thu stutcs,
and dy thut mysterious procoss by which
tho power steals from tho many to tho
fow, tho president is drawing all power
from congress to himself.
1 am no alarmist I do not magnify tho
evil myself 1 would not oxaggorato it in
speaking to you, but out of this seething
muss of corruption, demoralization, trad
ing in office, neglect of duty, personal
government, militury rings, rise a liguro,
shadowy and vaguo now, protontoui of it
Wiso mon of all partios have soon this
stato of affairs good men of all prtloi
four it candid men of all parties have ad
It was this conviction of an all-parvad-Ing
corruption, und of its dungors, which
startled tho heart and consriuueo of tho
peoplo, and gave riso to tho Cincinnati
convention. It is this conviction which
lias dwarfed antagonism, and softened
asperities, und hushed tho voices oven of
prejudices, .In tho presence ol tho
country's peril, it U)U conv,ctIo
which underlies thia wonderful comb na
tion of mon of many minds and dlllurinc
creeds In th a supreme atrugglo ror recon
clliatlon und puriUcutloit.
Tho convention mot at Cincinnati It
was composed solely of Kopublicana ran.
rusentalive men. It was imposing in
numbers, united in its purposes, divided as
It declared aa essential to tho preserva
tion of the republic, that there should be
Impartial lunragu and universal amnesty,
j equal rlghta and equal protection to all
classes ana races ot our people, iocoi gov
ernment, limitations on oxecullvo power,
tho supremacy of tho constitution over
martini law and military power.
It declared that all the reconciliation
of all our pooplo, purity of tmrposo in
public service must precede all other re
forms, and aro our supremo necessity, and
waiving all othor questions, it Invited all
who agreed on thoso to n hearty and zeal
ous co-operation. That appeal stirred tho
heart of tho Democratic party. Politi
cians debated, thoughtful men doubted,
bold mon hesitated, timid men woro
frightened; but tho heart of tho Demo
cratic masses, instinct with patriotism, an
swered tho nppcal, and at Baltimoro de
clared that tho highest interests of the
country, tho best hopes of our govern
ment, llio nssuraneo of liberty required
this co-operation ; that tho republic must
bo maintained und preserved beforo it
could bo administered, nnd that us for
itself and its adherents it would composo
all minor differences, lay nsldo nil purty
prejudices, forget all past bitturucts, and
unlto with all who would restoro
p3aco to our people and purity to
our government. Gentlomeii, hu
manity haa been ennobled by deeds of
self-denial and self-devotion. Men havo
dared and died for their country or thoir
God. Thoir names resplendent in the
ages mark tho advance of our raco to u
better and a nobler being. But never, in
all history, has there been an net of moro
unselfish devotion, of purer magnanimity,
than this of our party.
At tho 'call of patriotism, it stitllcd tho
cry of party, nt tho demand of tho coun
try, It silenced tho voices of ambition, of
priuc, uven ot an earnest and honest nnu
life-time antagonism. It said lo its oppo
nents, in tho prc'enco of this impending
peril, to avert thii threatening danger:
Wo accept your invitation, wo will lay
asido our prejudices, wo will hold in abey
ance our differences, wc will accept your
platform, wo will adopt your candidate.
Ho has Wen our most constant, most able,
most inveterate, mostdvmonstrativooppo
ncnt on tho questions of the past, but ho
is right on tho great questions of to-day.
Wo will bo faithful to him as ho is faith
ful to tho causo. Wc will brine nil power
of our orgalnzatlon, nit the pursuasion of
our uutuoriiy, an mo uuuty cultivated oy
our principles, our history nnd tradition
to aid you in their struggle, and if wo shall
succeed wo will bear to you tho honors
und offices and emoluments; we .vill ask
from you nothing but that you restore
peaco to our peoplo and purity to our government-
Heroic, patriotic party I worthy its
founders I not degenerated In tho hand of
their sons. It has proven itself great in
the triumphs of its wisdom and it power;
greater still in its unflinching constancy
amid dangers und defeat, but greatest of
till when in tho sublime eolf-nbnegation it
sacrificed every solfish aspiration, every
human weakness, to tho hupo of averting
calamity from our country. 1 do not know
that thu effort will succeed, but it wus an
act worthy tho faith of a martyr, worthy
tho courago of aduvotee, worthy tho favor
Gantlemen, tho significance of this
mighty movement is wo havo been told
reconciliation and purification. It is
this, and it is moro. It is wu havo been
told a puro administration of constitu
tional legislation. It is this, and it is
moro. Its highest significance, its chiefest
value is, thut beneath tho struggles of
purty, und animating them, too, there is
in tho American heart a lovo of country, u
spirit of patriotism, winch risos in "the
presence of tho country s peril, und speaks
to stillness every uspirution except fur its
Thut spirit is abroad now; that spirit
calls and consolidates its forces now ; it
appeals to you all, Democrats und Repub
licans alike. While it uppeuls to your
putriotism, it promises suiety to your
material interests; to commerce, prutec
t.on abroad and freedom from oppreisiun
ut homo ; to manufactures, btabllily in
legislation; to ugriculturo, exemption
from tho weight of an unequuled tnxutlou ;
to capital, freedom from governmental in
terference, and subjection to tho luws of
trade; to labor, the froo enjoyments of
the results of iu industry and to all
laborers, merchants, manufacturers, cap
italist, banker, professional man, tho rich
rewards to be gathered in tho fields of in
dustry throughout a reunited und peace
That spirit will show no weariness and
seek no repose, except in triumph. It
will move on steadily to a great and crown
ing victory. "Whusoover shall full on
this stone shall bo broken, but on whomso
ever it shall full it will grind him into
Republicans, what moro could you usk
thun tho Cincinnati platform und Horace
Is thero any Domocrat who halts, and
doubts as to hia courso 7 Is there any who
fears for his consistency or doubts tho duty
of patriotism ? I love tho Democratic
party; 1 know its courago; 1 know its
purity; I beliovo in its principles; I rc
vero its wisdom; when it speaks 1 will
obey. "All men are wiser thun ono man."
Whon its wisdom and purity shall
point out tho courso and lead the
way, what Democrat shall say he
can not tread that path with honor and
consistency? When its patriotism shall
counsel, what Democrat shall say thut he
is too puro to follow thu udvicu? When
its lofty spirit shall banish partisan pride,
what Democrat shall say hu is too proud
lo follow tho example? I do not expect
Mr. Groeloy, if elected, to give us a par
tisan administration. I would not respect
him if bo should do so; it would bo con
trurytotho spirit of this movement; but
ho has promised that ho will restoro u true
fraternal affection to ull our peoplo; that ho
will givous purity and honesty in admin
istration, and It is folly to refuso these
because wo can obtain no more. Ho has
hat himself said I uso his words :
" That subject to our solemn constitu
tional obligation to maintain tho equal
rights of all citizens, our policy would aim
ut local self-government, und not ut cen
tralization ; that tho civil authority should
bo supremo over tho military ; thut tho
writ of habeas corpus should bo jealously
upheld as tho safeguard of personal
freedom ; that tho individual citizen
should onloy tho largest liberty consistent
with public older ; und that thero should
bo no federal supervision of tho intornal
policy of tho tovornl slates, and munici
palities, hut that each shall bo left freo to
onforco tho rights and promote tho woll
being of its inhabitants by such means as
tho iudmncut of its own peoplo shall pro
scribe." Thoso will savo the republic, thoso wild
preserve freo government. Timo and tho
futuro will do tho rest. I can not foretell
tho futuro. Tho signs aro all encouraging.
If wo succeed wo shall havo secured good
covornmnnt. But if, in tho providonco of
God, wo should fall now. follow Democrats,
wo will havo tho coiiclousnoss thut wo
havo dono a good deed; that wo havo
mado a heroic stniL'trlo: thut wn Imvn
honorod our party In obevlnir its highest
teachings, and tho pains of defeat and on
suing disaster will b mitigated by the
thought that wo havo donn all In our
power to dlsorvoand command success.
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ORDERS left at JIallldav Hro. olllce. 70
pmo levf.k. or at the Coal Yard below the
St. (.liarlc. I Intel it'll) r.,..lv. ....,..,,.
' " , .ri.ll. Ulll'IJ-
tion. 'Ihe 'I va "Mo.ntauk" will bring coal
XV AOs. MANUFACTORY.
For Salo at "Wliolesalo 0 Hotail
COIlNKIt 82B.HTIir.ET AND OHIO J.EVKk
noTlUI is. OAHiii.k
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAKOKUT YAKIKTY HOCK IN THK CITY
GOODS SOLO VKRY CLOSE.
Corurr of If InntPoiitli afreet nud Cum.
0. 0. l'ATIKlt.
Lirerpool Kow-Tork ahd rhllaJelphla
CMOItt CONTIACT WITH VNITBD Ti,Tia XD SBIIIHII
For CarrTinx the Mails,
FOR PASSAOE TICKETS
ob ruoima mroftsuTioN
APPLY TO JOIIN O. DALE, Aot.
18 Broadway, New. York, orto
II. II 011 tit,
Waahlrifiton Areuue, Cairo. noli. s
And Dealor In
VEGETAIILES, KRIIITS. EOQfc), LARD
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
t2T All Oooda warranted freab, and told
at tho loweat prices.
Corner 8th St. andCommerclalAvt.
LIME I CEMENT !
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIttO.
Comiuoroial-av., Foot of Eleventb-at.
Beit quality of Lira and Ctanant al
waya on band, and for aala at tba
vary lowMtflgurti tor oMh.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
Soothing Remedy !
Caret Colic and Orlrlnr In
the Howell, aul facll. atta
Ik process ol Teething.
tomes all dlea-IncldtDt
I..r..M(. . .!.
nur-Ty a t
WHITCOMB'S j '""'"l nmme?$ala
BYRUP. '" vu'
Children of all ages.
tUllerei iln, weakness or
lunitlonln 15 orSOmliiutei.c
It Is the Infants' and Children's (lreat Soothing
Itemed jr, In all disorder! brought on Ijr teething or
anir other cause.
lie (.articular In calling for MI18. WHITCOMD'S
EYllUr, and taVe no other.
ITerared hy the OKAFTOV MEDICINE CO., It.
Louis, Sfo, Bold (17 Druggist and Dealers lu
q, BUY, ME AND I LL OOYOUQQQO.
flw t.i.trir. thfi tilrwvl enrf eronilnff th tl.sp .nil
tcretife orpins to a healthy action, Dr. Henry'
would not Le supposed they could reach, such ae
. ....... . d t. Ul.U W .. ... I.
iii nuniur, i . . .1 .....11-
tii ttio Hsndl nnd Pert. Dullnm.
.'IiIIIiii-, ltlipiiiiinllaiu, Xonrulirlii,
l.naa sir Annplllf. IlillniiM Ilvupntrrv.
Kidney AITcrtloim, ('nitlpntinn, Ir
ItllUr. Fjvct ot nil klnili, Iypo
Nlia, Jnuutllri't and other Kindred complaints
arising from a low sUtu of the Ludy, ur bhitructlou
of Hi functions.
Ileln free from Mercnry and other poisons they
on t. t.l.n at all timet and under all circumstan
ces, without r ird to diet, LiMlness or (dsuure.
The ttlinn. to the nealtcmU ami illttempere!
parts Into healthy action, (clTlua: them strength la
disburden themielfei and throw off tho obstructions
which are the flr-t caut of dliea.e, without
iro:lticlDK cither unti-n or trrlplua;.
All heaty and drowsy len.atlons, which are th
f rrrnnnersordlrefuldlseaieisuclias Apoplexy.
I'llrill.Vtlo Ntroln-N.tc are effKloally warded
iff hy a few doM of tht.e searching I'llls.
I' 'ill !lr-Uso troq4 rs'b tot, la LbU, Ot.oua, Trtasfc
fr-p.rr.1 ij tfc. Or.'w Mwil to. C. l Lt.. W.
..! tr UtvttaU Uctisr.U el!li. ticr.Urs.
HARMLESS AS WATER,
CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THK
A perfectly clear preparation In one hot
tie, i-imIv applied a uatrr, for restoring
to jrray hair lt natural color nnd yntithftil
appearance, to eradiealo and prevent dand
ruil, to promote the growth ol tho hair and
-top It-falling nut. It U entirely h.iniile,and
perfectly fri't: from anv pol-onoii- iiilitancr:
and will, therefore, take the place of all tho
dirty and ttnpleaant preparation now In
tl-e. Nlitnoron tctlmoiilaN have heen ecnt
ut from inanv of otir most prominent citl
zen. In even thlic In uhlch the artlclea
now In iio are ohjectlonalile, CRYSTAL
DIhCOVKIIV, . perfect. It l warranted
ty contain neither Mii'ar of Lead Sulphur or
Mtrate ir?ller, it iloe not oll the clothci
or scalp. Ii agreeably jicrfiiiiied. and maket
one of the lie-t drein for the Hair In ue.
It retorei the color of the Ilalr "more per
fect nnd uniformly than any other prepara
tion," and ulw.n- ( w)"ln from three to
ten day., virtually leedin' tho root with the
nonri-liln rpialille. nece-ary to lt growth
and healthy condition : It retor the de
cayed and lnduce a new growth of tho
Hair more poltlvelv than anrthlnz cl-?
The application of thi- Wonderful discov
ery al-o pnidiice. a plca.atit and cnolltiK
eilect on the -calp and givei the Ilalr a
pleaiing and elegant appearance.
Call at your dniggit lor It nnd take 110
other. If he ha. not got It let him order It
1'rlce tl per hottle.
lincnliir ami Proprietor. Wa'hlngton D,C,
.lOll.NsTO.V, IIOLLOWAV & CO.,
(ieueral Agents Philadelphia,
.J.NO. y. HENItV and F. (". WELLS A-CO.,
New York, and to he had ol Wholesale
tlrttggisp., nery where. !-29tf
! : V K N r X G
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TOOIVK A it 0 II K UNIFOUM AND I'LEASANT
UK AT, TO UHE LKSS WOOD, AHE MORE
CAItEFULLV FITTED, ARE MOltK
EASILY AND CHEAPLY MOUNTED,
A KB UNDEIt MORE PERFECT
CONTROL, HAVE A HTRONOER
Ulvu hotter satisfaction, nnd nold for a
Lc I'rlcu than any
SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
in tho market. Sold hy
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
NT. I.OUIN MO.,
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
0. W. HENDERSON,
Successor to U.S. Ilarrell.
GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING
Thornton's lllock 10th street bet. Commer
cial und Wushtngton Avenues.
Tlie Illinois Central Rail Road Company noir
oRsr fpraale tho following described loll la Flraj
AJ Jillon to the City of Cairo, via t 9
Lot 37 block 20, Lot 34 bloek ti,
" l " , 27 82
" 6 " , 28 12,
82, II 12.
8 12, M tt.
urljrma.aU, apply to JAMU JOHNSOIf,