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THE TOBACCO MARKET MOVE
If wo nro permitted to Judgo from the
past, the movement to establish a
tobacco markot In Cairo must
bo pushed forward by about a half
dozen citizens. Tho balanco will
readily accept their Bharo of tho profits
growlngoutdf. ItHt'stabllBhmontjbutas to
taking hold of the project and by money
aud effort aiding 11 tM la Bcarcoly to bo
expected. Should tho half dozen public
spirited citizens who are laboring In that
direction fall, tho balanco vory probably,
will be- loud and pertinacious In their
denunciations of the enorgilesn char
actor of our people!
It absolutely partakes of the character
of tho shameful that tho movement on
foot to build up In Cairo such a tobacco
market an the country wants and will
sustain, Is not warmly and liberally sec
onded by overy butlnesi man In In Cairo!
No man Is so blind as not to sco the pecu
liar advantages of this locality for such a
business, aud no man can doubt that
access In tho contemplated project
would bring inoro money into tho clty
than any other siuglo enterprise that
could bo set on foot
At tho meeting last week, which BIX
CITIZENS sanctioned by their presence,
a letter wascad byho chairman, that
mado known' a " Condltlo'ri bfatralrs,
that will contribute no little to the suc
cess of our tobacco market, should
th'e'itttompt to establish itsucceed.
Air. W. H. J?rnyiy . fu extensive
tobacco dealer at Louisville, in writing
to Mr. A. 3. Taylor, of Jlalard coiiuty,'
.iveniucKy, romancou mai no wasgroBijy
surprised to learn that ho, Mr. . Taylor,
had freighted his tabacco from Cairo to
KewTdrk at sixty cnta.per ono hundred
pounds, while shippers at Louisville,
after the moit persistent ollbrt, could get
no bettor terms than sixty-five cents per
Thv truth Is, no point in tho country
readily acccsslblo to tho great tobacco
regions of the south; Is so favorably situ
ated In referonco to tho great markets of
tho country, as Cairo is. Chicago, St.
Louis, oven Now York, Baltimore aud
Philadelphia buyers, can procure their
supplies from this city, cheaper and
ruoro expeditiously than from any other
point; while tho producers along tho
Cumberland Tennessee aud Green rivers
havo u down alreuiu water coniiiiuulea
tion with us, avallablo at alt times and
We need not enlarge upon our advan
tages. They are understood, and are,
indisputably, unrivalled. Tho'ouo thing
needed is proper energy and liberality
oatho part of our citizens. If they will
take hold of tho proffured trade, as
Poducah and Evansvlllo havo done, it
will furnish a rich harvest in which
ovcry citizen will share. If thoy main
tain tkeir wonted apathy, however, thoy
will sou sco rival In teres la prospering
upou It, and havo occasion to croak of
dullertlmes and n darker futuro Uiau
thosoHof to-day oc auy period ofjtho
past. 4 "
THEY DID iil5uV-ALL HONOR
TO THESIS' -Have
our oloV'Whlg' frfcnds In Indi
ana forgotten tho fearful political: re
sonslbllity to whloh their neighbors ia
Ohio woro held; when Ui prevent the
passago of an obnoxious Democratic
gerrymandering district apportion
bill, theyjoft their seats In tho Leglsla
ture? Iiow niany of theih were return
ed? Davonpor't 'Journal!'
Your old 'Whig' frleiiffc, now acting
With tho patrlotlodotuocrAcy of Indiana,
that." Thayliaunoiuto recall how,
within tho pmolir mohlhs, the demo
cratic members of tlsa legislature)
prevent a damnjyg outrgoupou tho
hcVtfieywere teluhiud wlthodfopphat
tlon. ,Ihoro Jb, wnUtoUlg tjie wMmtf
of tHPP.cQpIppf Iudlaua In refer,oiico to
tho negro suffrage question. Tho return
of tho boitlrjg"' legislators'1 without op.
position, Is npjHlu,ipAlMMn..qf Jfc tho
rofusal.ofttho nulUialtn,mike issuo on
U befpfeJhe pooplo, l8an acknowjedgo;
' MtafcUfi lh utanfMaaMover wholmlug
ly and lnwonpUby'pp.pjHi4 to Tao
"bolting legislators,'' tliorofore, did
rights 'find all irion wHohbld to I the e
mocratlo dpctrluo that.tho majority shall
rule, applatid Wom.' Tltoy 'asked that a
question, so vitally affecting the people,
should bo submitted for determination
to tho people: xThb radical; foreseeing
a verdict adverse to party, not public,
good, refused to consent to such, a sub
mission. Then, and not until then, the
noble-' Uemocrutlo representatives took
tho only boured loft to 'thdm. Thoy re
Blguod; and all mou, not sold into tho
slavery of radicalism, cried "woll dono
faUllfuVeorvftri toall honor to tho repre
sentatives of tho gallant Indiana democ
racy." Thoy have resigned again. Glvo
thorn double honors.
A Now Hampshlro magistral has tie
elded that lauguago whloh does not eru
braco the name of God 1b not legal
Gilnioro's band Irtengaged for the Btet-
ton House, at tbe Branch, this season if
.anything remains of It after tbe jubilee
' ''OIO-QMAgaonhS.treot, Thornton's Buildup. ' '
WhatOitr Rrepnt Giitt say of the City,
IU I'ooplo aud EtUcrtirJnea.
From tho Polo Press.
At 10 o'clock, Wednesday, tho associa
tion was welcomed to Cairo by its may
or, Hon. J H. Oborly, editor of tbo Cairo.
'Evening Bulletin,' in an eloquent ad
dress, in which ho stated much which
showed tho energy and persoycranco
of tho citizens of CalM. And here lotus
say in parenthesis, that wo beliovo Cairo
to bo a much abused city. Her geogra
phical position at tho confluence of two
mighty rivers, gives her a natural posi
tion for commercial operations, second
only to Chicago. Originally she was
overflowed by tho waters of tho Ohio
and Mississippi, but to-day sho Is protes
ted by levees which havo been erected nt
n cost of over n million of dollars, and
hor streets nrn in finer condition than
thoso of Polo, although tho Ohio and
Mississippi are both at high-water mark
and half of Southern Illinois was over
flowed by the heavy rains,. But to re
turn: The mayor requesieu us to con
sider ourselves tho guests of tho city du
ring our stay, and again expressing tho
best wishes of his pcoplo.for our comfort
and happiness, bid tho association wel
come. Tho morning was passed In regis
tering tho. names of tho members, ap
pointing eoniualUecs. aud presenting and
referring resolutions to tho proper com
mittees, etc., etc. .
At tho landing wo wero met by tho
mayor, Dr. Casey, and a deputation of
tho citizens who welcomed us to their
city, and' did 'everything to make our
stay both agreoablo aud Interesting. Tlio
points of Interest wero tho navy yard,
gunlxjauand- monitors, arsenals and
MONITOIU AND IKON CLADS
Lying conveniently , anchored along
shore, quiet, peaceful and as harmless
to all anpearancesj.os thcJrailcst canoo
that ever floated iovL'M Over tho placid
waters of a lake at even-tide.
Tho gun-boats Neosho, Marietta. San
dusky, Yuma havo all been placed on a
peace basis. Some of them show tho
honorable scars of battlo on their iron
tilde and tbo crowd of listeners eagerly
drink in tho history of each particular
wound. Coveted with heavy Iron plates,
tho Iron clads really inspired a sense of
security, but when wo cauio to visit tho
monitors aud sco tho immense plates of
Irou, the massive bides, and the Im
mense pillars used for closing the port
holes, our trust In tho gun boats wero
Immediately transferred to tho "Yankee
Cheesc-boxea." Tho monitors, "Shtloh,"
"Klamath," and "Etlah." three In num
ber, havo never been In the service,
being completed near or after tho close
of the war. They hv been sold to tho
Chilian government, and will soon pass
down the Mississippi aud seek a homo
beyond tho troubled waters of Cape Horn
in tho quiet of the great Pacific. Re
turnlnKto tho shore, the party pro
ceeded to the residence of tho mayor.
whero rofrcahmenw wero served, and
tho beautiful parlors aud yards of tho
mayor's mansion, placed at our disposal.
Tho samo unbounded hospitality was
afforded by Capt. w. L. Harauicton ana
lady at his residence. Citizens were In
readiness to carry tho ladies in carriages
to the national cemetery, whero "sleep
tho sleep that knows no waking," 0,400
of tho boys In bluo. Tho cemetery Is
kept In excellent order, and repays tho
walk of nearly a mllo required to reach It.
Prepared undertho auspices of tho city
of tho Mounds. To say that tho sight
was beautiful will give do Idea of tho
richness of the feast. Leaving out or
tho question tho largo supply of wines
and liquors provided for, tho occaslou,
we may say,uothlng waerlcft undone to.
make It perfectly7 delightful. Lnterlng
tho largo hall you behold six long tables,,
groaning under the weight of almost
every conceivable delicacy which could
tempt tho appetite." a splendid cornetj
baud of muslo aud the room gracofully1
decoratod with the various flags used lu
tho army,;and, nayyaU Inviting tho
hungry editor w matte themselves per
fectly at home.. It wll perhaps, bo ueed
less -to add, they proved the truth of
President Grlgg's remarks, that "editor
will bo found mighty nt tho treucheraa
well ae the pem' Mayor Casey presided
and tho exercUes, took, a most pleasing
and nappy turn, -roasia worogiveu um
responded to, and tho banquet contlnuoi
neariy two hours, when'the party felurn
ed to tho Goncrai Anderson aud steanwc
dowH the rlver for Cairo. Ifwac a beauf
tlful moonllcht night nud the rido wad
Jdollghtfu!,"but ai wei.ackijovledg our
Inability to describe. tho poetic charm of
tho hour, we can uo no uouor man io
give tho fariguago or the Bunker Hill
Gazette, ' .Ueadly Hay;
VAthB moou-llghted waters, toised
tho-wAeoted utars of heaven, from urestj
to" -ctestj-- and the soft notes- or' music
were wafted to the distant shores and
echoed buck f aftweeter stratus, tho hour
waa surely 'meet for love. Beautlous
forms dropped.wlthlu tho coatsleevos of
.brayo,mqu,.aJl wafc.happluesi and Joy."
We can't vouoh for the.t ruth or all tho
above, but as Ueadly says, If It's so we
SUThtimeV roadbed Cftl'ro about It
p mV. aiid all' wero "soon safe at their
(From tlio TaylorvUlo 'Democrat.'
Wednesday morning wo arrlvod at
Cairo about six o'clock. We round Cairo
a much butter place than we bad sup
posed, and exceeds many oltles or supe
rior advantages. Wo were most hospi
tably entertained, and Bhall ovor
remember with plcasuro tho kinduossor
Tlio Association rqet for business, but
as our space forbids we shall not glvo u
detailed acoouut of the proceedings.
By invitation of the city authorities,
In thd ovonlng we went on an excursion,
on board tho Un. Anderson, up the rivor
to Mound City. Through the kindness
ol Commander Walko wo wero escorted
through the navy yard. There Is a large
amount or war material stored there,
such as guns, heavy aud light, shot, shell,
etc., besides eight turreteu monitors ly
THURSDAY EVENING-. MAY 20,
ing at,, the wharf, Bovcral of which wo
had tho pledsuro of passing through.
From tho navy yard wo wero conducted
to tlio residenco of Mayor N. K. Casey,
where tho hospitalities or tho houso
wero freoiy tendered, and wines cigar?
and other luxuries wero disposed of in
large quantities aud .with astonishing
rapidity. All did not Indulge, but tho
exceptions woro vory few. Wo visited
other of tho open hearted citizens, and
woro equally as hospitably received.
About soven o'clock tlio banquet pro
vided by tho authorities was announced
as ready and wo sat down whero six long
tables, each capablo or accommodating
fifty persons, was covered with tho rich
est edibles nnd most sparkling viands
that wealth could procuro The edibles
having been dlsppsed of, tho toasts wero
read and responded to, while wines
flowed froo as water.
About (en o'clock the party returnod
on board thoGenoral Audersou, to Cairo:
all expressing .their gratification over
tho success of tho excursion to Mound
Tho next day was occupied In tho bus
iness of tho association. At night a grand
"ball at the St. Cliariej, drew most of
tho beauty and gallantry, but our robes
Ternslchorean having Jong been laid
aside, wo adjourned to our roon, to rest,
leaving tho gay and festive to "trip on
tbo light fantastic toe," which thoy
kept Up until the "wcesrua' hours 'ayant
tho tw'J.f y t
SS1VELV 'AFTER WINSIIIP.
Bnlvcly of tho Galcsburg 'Times'
pltclios at a reliow whosalled under fulso
colors on the southern voyage; Id ufaf dr
"Some noorjc'&femptlblo whelp, nam
ed Winshlp, claimed to be a representa
tive of tho 'Times,' on the lato editorial
excursion., I wrotcto tho president of
tlio association for a pass to Mobile, sta
ting that I desired to go. Ho wrote back
informing me that I was not a member
and could not havo a pass. I have uo
knowlcdgo of thlstfollow Winshlp, aud
ara at a loss to know how ho could get a
pass In tho namop my paper whuo I
was refused. I respectfully ask tho press
ofthostatoto note the fact that this
Winshlp Is a mean, sneaking, lying
whelp, or he could' not thrust himself
forward as tho representative of a gentle
man with whom ho is unacquainted and
who lias no knowledge or him whatever.
Further, I will give lifty dollars for his
scalp." E. A Snivkly,
Bnlvoly! Snlvely! You ought to bo
ashamed of yourself "acting up with
your conduct" In that style. stmDly
because somebody accomplished more lu
the name of the Galesburg 'Ttmctf than
you found jrounxl aUa ,tcu accomplish.
Winshlp merely showed you that what
ono could not effect In the namo of the
Galcsburg 'Times' another could; and
surely, when you found out that you
couldn't go, you wore not selfish enough,
or unreasonable enough to waut every
body elso to stay at homo. Flo man-
why not allow your paper to make itself
A Tennessco woman of thirty-four Is
tlin mMlmr nt livniitv.tlirnn ilittilvnn I
Tho 'MnmchuictU Teacher' contains tbo
following practical, truthful, and well put
Too often U It tlio fact that teachers, nftor
having acoulred familiarity with certain
branches of study, nro content with their ac
quisition.!.. Knowing enough, in their own
estimation, to carry their pupils thrpugh'tho
courso assigned, thoy nro curclc4-about in
creasing their, knowledge. T)icy craip to
f;row; become more poungoguoi. To Uiis
argo cl of teacher Is Justly c)iargablo
much of the disrespect with which too mniy
educated people regard tho occupation "of
teaching. A Uaichor ought to know all that
holias occasion to (each and a great deal
moro. Uo should potto an ever-increasing
itoro of knowlcdgo from; which ho may .draw
at pleasure, and wilhwhlchhu may command
tho admlratlbn or hl pupils and the rospect
of tho community.
Wo. ought to keep oursolves wellinfonned
la regard to tho vurioua educational -movement
of tho day, that wo may havo a clear
understandieg'otithclr tpurpow, to nhlo to
Judgo wisely orthoir incrlu, nnd bt ready to
take nd vantage or such new thoughts and in
strumentalities us prombo to aid, us in the
dlschargo or eur duties. ' -
'Wo ought to draw what behoflt wo can
from new educational publications, whether
in tho form of taxt.books or of periodicals.
As an intelligent mechanic Is quick to ajdjit
now aud Unproved tools appropriuto to his
trade, a teacher should bo ovor rendv to seize
upon whatover'good thoughts, principles, and
motuods iiavo uuen wrougiu out by other
educators. iA now book roust lu poor indued,
if it contain nothing now: and u single, really
now and vulliahlo thought Ms often worth
lHore than thecoit of tho volume. ' A loachor
needs his library of professional books Just as
much as a doctor, who Is not a quack, needs
his work on roodlclno; or a clergyman (his
works on theology and tho religious discus
sions or tho times ; or a lawyer his numerous
legal commentaries and reports, It is Idle to
oxpect that tlio lumlnossof teaching shall hold
a high place among recognlzod professions
until teachers thoinsolvcs believe, nnd net as
they believe, that truo touching Is both n
soienco and an art, demanding profound und
long-continued study, involving principles
and mot hods of great importance, nnd giving
tccaslon for tho oxcrciso of tho highest facul
ties and qualltlos of tho mind aud heart. So
long as tho mass of teachors ignore all pro
fessional reading, aro contont to go in the
ruts which thoy havo mado or others havo
mado for them, and donendonly upon certain
tteroetyped, ways and means, without cos
sldorlng tho principles upon which good
teaching is basod, teachers generally must
fall to command that rospect which ought to
bi liberally given to those whoso chief work
k to develop, instruct, and adorn the Intel
lectual and moral natures ef the young."
Tho editor of tlin TllYnn To1iirrnnh
hlU Interlopers Into tho Illinois Press
gang iwo several ncKs, an follows:
'Alio union County Delegation was a
lllf tlllncr. T mnalutml nfnnn n'.llfnw nml
O .--...j. WW....... frv 14 VUHUt UUU
his lady and ten othor persons who
uiu iii,miuw uu om-quau irom a molas
ses hogshead. They are oxcusablo tor
nttondlngand havinga "hunkey" time;
but how did thoy obtain tho passes!
m i ... i . ! . ii "
mo "HpnngUeld delegation," who
hetrifnd nn fnvhntlnn fi-r.ru Wnm ri-Tn.v.ti
and parted company with us at Mobllo,
and afterwards stolo our special train at
vuini, i-niaco Bleeping uars nnd all,
uiu nuiuuy wnrncu mat tuoyaro on tlio
stralgiit road to the penitentiary, and
that tho Illinois legislature can't savo
Tho Now York 'Tribune has a now
grief on hand. It complains that "some
forty freodmon's schools havo boon closed
In Maryland, becauso tho teachers could
not find homes with tlio white people."
Rather than board witli negroes, these
Yankee teachors blow out their candles
and left tho young African mind in dark
ness. Familiarity could not bridgo the
gulf of repugnance to social equality; it
ra(hcr widoned and deepened It.
jyoasf dogsi Doasi
Notlcal hereby gitrn to all whom It may concern,
that all the dog and sluts fonnil ruiininjcutlarao
within tho limit of tho city of Cairo, without tin".
ing tho taxes nild on tho samo on und artcr tho lot
any or jnno, jkot, mo namo win bo Uonlroycd. Own
om of 1om and sluts trill bo governed accordingly,
and call at the City Slarihall odlce, No. 13 Ohio
Cairo, III., lay 20. Hga. (myaMI
Harinx olhrr hualne rnsRements I will ftll tho
I'O'totllco News Depot at a burcaln. If annllrd for Im
mediately. (mylvd3tl W. ll.lCEUNKr.
pURE CltYSTAL LAKE ICE.
GEO. T. t. ) '
A3 Ohio I.ovce. Cairo. Illinois. IiofannriHl'to furnl.h
citlten or stcambo ( with ttis Mwo puro nrtlcto of
ce at ma inwo-i roarKrv prroa.' union win w ro
guUrly jujipllett by hooAt, aerommodatinK antetmen
Onleni from abroad aollclteil. mylMSm
J OHN G. KAUFFMANN,
INDEPENDENT STRING BAND.
Cm oooomuiod.to the public with muslo for balls
Jnm ami mwU, mt mhort nolle, and oo n-Aion
ublo trrrn. Leatona glrrn on tsrery mulrumenl,
Ilesldence on 15th street, bet. Walnut and Cedar,
OR TWO NIGHTS ONLY I
TuesJay and Wednetday En'gf, My 2itU and SCtlt
SENSATION OF TIIE AUEI!
Greatest Attraction In tho World!
t-., I , l ,, ,1 r , irt ( !.."
T. XV. D.1YKV &. CO.'S
Grand Consolidation of upwariHTof s1xlyiVirs7fcisi
Arllata will ttprwar l thl place in tho great Dramatic
I TH I -A. W 1ST I :
which will bd proJueed in a ttyla of ucparallelod
plendorand completeness, Introducing
F9111C i: rnti: compamiis (
and all tho mcchanloal icenlo edects.
For.Partlcuiars Sco Programmes k 13 1 1 1 h .
Doors opon at 7 o'clock. Commenco at 8 o'clock.
O OAS (.'ONSUMER3.
Measrs. (!. K. Yeazer t Co.. near corner of Elehth
klrcttan'l Com11vre1.il arenue, hare aupplied them-
t el vc with minor 1). Mi'DmiaM uo' larainmo
Meter Tiolci. I'.irtivs dissntiidod with the register.
Iiir of their ipetnrs can now have them tested. If the
meters are foim I trim tho small oxponse of tho teit
will beuhurgol to the party ctmilng it; it tho meter
H found Incorrect no rlmrgo will be made. mylMf
Kspeclaliy dt'Hlgned for tho me of tlio Medical Pro
fession A'd lha. Piinil,,poseslni those intnnaio
medicinal Vropoilic which belong to 'au old and Pur
lmlUporM.il. In to Females. Good for Kidney Com
plaints. A delicious Tonto. Put up in case, contain
ing one diifrin tuition oach, aad aofd by all dVuM'tt,
rocerl . A. M. s)ialar Co.. MtaMltMirM,
Ro. 13 Bearer street, N " ,arMly
JOHN H. OBERLY & GO
DenUr in Groceric, I.lmo, I'latr Paris, I'lastera'
in bnlk, nlwayii on hand. Corner Klghlh street ami
Ohio LoTce, Cairo HHiioU. B mfLTdtf
Ordlnstjco No. TO.
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND OR
DINANCE NO. 07.
llo it ordained by Iho City Council of tho City of
Hectio 1. That the Iwolt or memoramlam In w hteh
tho entries i nro to bo made a. required by icntlon 1.
of ald ordlnanco No. 07, ohall bo a Blrong, well bouttl
book, of suitable also, not 1pm than what Is known iw
a. thrco qulro book, and that tho entries required shall
bu mado in a legible and clear handwriting, and othcr
wln In such manner as l bo cosily read and un
Hue. a. It hall not be lawful for dealers referred to
In ecllon J of ald ordlnanco Tto transact tho busi
ness contemplated by unfil aectlonat any other tlm
than betweon sunnae and sunnot of each day, not bo
Ins aundar. and ilnrlnir ihn mi,i hour. n i,ii.in..a
said dealers shall kcop open tho doors of their plaeorf
- "w.M"!t 11 nwu luutiuer tnaiino ciiaracicr 01 nil?
bus mens tramoiited Lv ilmm nn t ami n
ascertained i and forovery Tlolatlon of thn proTlslorw
of this ordlnanco tho party c(lndlatf shall to suMocC
to tho penalties Imposed by said ordlnanco No. 87.
sipi'rutt-u, iay u, law,
inylldlot JOHN II. OBKRLT, Mayor.
"OU8TIC AVINDOW HHADEf
Corner Washington Ave. and 14th JSt.
I am nroii.lrcil to all order for ahadni nf onv ia
orrolorM t'lirup a any other factory. Extra aixew
made tnonlcr. I also hare opened a new and frcnh
GIlOCnrtlKS, PBOVI3IO.V3, ETC.,
whloh 1 will n il us low as "any othor man." Cholt
AJv.v umlly Hour 13 00 per barrel warranted.
juuii 11. rujuuw.-i,
mylldlm (Opposite custom houie) Cairo, Illinois.
JgJLIGIBLE CITY PROPERTY FOR
Salo ox- Rout.
Tho well located property on
"GomWeWilia Avenue, hot. i)th it idtfi'Stri.;
UHt-fAIA Th building contain a storeroom, wjtw
two rooioniioj tho rear and four suits of, room ,uri
stairs, gmxi crstrvn and rut-iiOuos.cn th , jiMrniscii ;
t.ti-riin Niflding in Uid ftsr, contalnliislx rooms.
1 ni nroiwj 11 nil m booi lenantaiua repnir. -; r
The toreriKimJa .onulied with HlicWlnr ond.eounl-
r. ,Jf uot ialtlufll'rrut. A grtat biriiln r&r.some
otJrf.t Apply to '") 1 A.'o'no.VNlCMi, "
, nlilldlw'l Oriiheprcml.es..
horoat horns you cm Urlnk tlio aelf.tama wstor, icy
cool nnd llrely tvs ItRurgles frenh fromths reeerioirs.
atllarrlay'a Unit fetore.on the LeTeo t '
GARDRM str.Rnn Rat vegetable of your own
irrowinit. Ine no time in getting your needs. Oo
to llarclaya forUardcn Heeds, fresh and sound. Thor
hate a ftill line of Ijtidretli's, and thoBbaker f-oer
A.ih llnlnrt K"
LAMKH, ATTETIO.V-If you want pick and
cliok'nof the nlret lot of rlni soap In town: If
ru want thn brit Colo nr. Ijirtnder Water, Florida
Water, or other toilet water ; if you want anything lis
the way of Coimetlcs, Powder or Perfumes, go to
TCREWt'lt I,A!KI!(1-Ther is a perfect rash
I? to llarclays for tho celebrated French mocking.
It Is uenuiae. and la nnsurnnsked as a knot ami )in
NOW IS Tilt: lltlX-To put your houses la
rood Khatie. I'alntinaand whltewashlnsarn thn
order of the day. White Lead and paints of all col
ors art) in demand. At the CltKK.V LAIIKI. Dni
Store, on the Lorre. you can get joints, Oils, Var-
nisnes inn if--iuii an kinus. .ow on liana it
full stock of Collier Whltn Lead, Delta Wlilto Lead.
iononiar nnint irfcvi; aiso paint rarnisn anuwnit
wash brushes. Ilan Uys' Is t'o place.
RRMKHHRR W1IF.X n.Y TIXK COM EH
That Touean aetthe Lhthtnlnir tr l'atier aiUar.
elajrs'. They hare the fenuiua article, fresh from tho
factory. It attracts rlh-s and kills them.
fATEK OP HAFl'ir-KHH-Kor Toothache,
- - - ILLINOIS'.
(3fgemlmTf, loMirif, ctror tHemranoVki.t
them with avidity, and aro quickly rellored of worms.
Twenty-fto conts ubox, or, If )ou wish thsra sent by
m.tll enclopn Ihlrly-rtvo cents to lUrclay liros., and
they will b sent jroujiroinptly.
;oH HAI.:-SilorHosp,Jut thsthingtn makn
1 ourHilverwurn tirishtojid new. Colcato's and
tho Indexleal at llarcls) s
BAI.D IIKADS ANI ORAT 1IAIKH AT
TKKTIOW Do you waut nrenewalof tho beau
tlful head of hair that you once prided in 7 If so, go
to Uarcliiys' and tnko your oholco nf Restoratives
llsrreltV Uall'n, Tlbbeifs. King's, Ayer's, Chevalier's.
Woods', Jaynu's, Mrs. Winslow'a huruka, and any
other you may want, including the JsUmansl.
"117" ANTED To tlud the individual in Cairo, or
elsewhere, who Iras tried Kerr'a Bystem Heno
valor without recelvlnir DKCIDED I1GNEFIT. Many
or our leading cititens have tested lu virtues to saU-
faction. At narcuys'.
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11RY IT-Mudce's American flierry Wine, unllk
1 othor wines, is laxativs .0 it, clttols. It la
deasant and rellaUo'cUro fordostlvenrss. To txvbad
.. . ill, I : .11.1 !
TJIVOT Arri().V IIIIAC1E A superior suipen
1 derrqr,sklrUfli,r.n n uneqaallecJ braco fr
at pleasure. . . ,
SWKF.T QCINI n5gfnuIno articlo to be
tiKtl IUrclyi'. Quinino friofroro bitteroesi, inJ
6 CUniUltllH); 11 in inmcom vi"iuniuti hm.mihm
BDHTON'8 TOHAGCO ANTinOTE-TbOM
who wiiih to quit chewing tobacco can find a sure
cure la tho use of Burton's Autidoto. (Jot a box: asd
try it, steattifty cent to liarclay Prothers, t'air.
aad tiioy will tend you a lx by mail.
WINML, WHHiKIW AKm'bRAKBIIW
fV for MWkoJ uae, (llforalaaad isuportM wtaea
taikMiilM - - - - .1-1- - T... a.
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