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Fill DAY. MAY 2 1874.
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.IOU5 H. ODKlttiY. Editor nrt lubliahr
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Proclamation by the Governor.
Statu ov Illinois. 1
kxecutivk uki'aiitmkmt. t
In accordance with iinlloual ami depart'
mental ordcro of thoKnind army of tlio re
honored, ami In harmony with tlio lentf
menu of affection ami p.-ttrlotNm ol the
I. John L. UKvmnwnK, Governor of (be
uttto of Illlnoln.do hereby appoint .S.iturdny,
the 80th lnd, a ".Memorial Day," In rcmcm
bcrancc of our patriotic dead.
And I earnestly request that all the good
people of the state ol llllnoN, on th;it day
ccaio from their uual avocation, and J dn
In commemorating the MiiTurnlpi and valor,
the lacriticrs and death ol our fallen heroes,
by Mrewliih'thctr gnuc with aprliij; How.
era and decorating their toinlu with f r--li
And I do further request, that on tlio Sab
bath folluwlnidtn all our churchcH, appropri
ate sorvlec, bo held In memory t the loved
onea and In mpatby with thou who Mil)
mourn Inculcating public mid priviito Wrluc,
obcdUnco to law, and love ol country, ami
cxpreithut gratitude to Almighty God lor
hit continued blcitlu; upon ai a nation;
In testimony whereof I havo hereunto tot
my hand, nnd cauied tho great teal
ot state to bo utlixcd. Dono at
seal Hprintlold, thli 8th day of May, In
the year ol our I.onJ on) thouaiuid
eight hundred and twenty-four.
John I,. IIkvkiuihik,
Hy the Governor : (loveruor.
Secretary ol the state.
The New York 'Suu' believes (leu
Grant is quietly working for tlio third
torm and cautions tho republican party
to not commit suicide by re-nominating
The Memphis 'Aralancho' reports
the late speech of Andy Johnson in
that city, in full. It was devoted to
two subjects : The finances and Andy
Johnson, lie evidently has a strong
desire to ro-cnter public lifo, and bar
ring a not small amount of ogotism, it
is probablo the pcoplo of Tennessee
have no public man who would so ably
or so honestly rcprescut them iu the
Uuitcd States senate.
A "cooking sohool" has been estab
lished in Now York city. Women
and girls who make application for
training household labor must have
certificates of good character and uro
provided with situations when thoir
"education" is completed. If they fail
to give satisfaction and if, on investi
gation, the fault is found to bo thcir's,
they can get no further recommenda
tion from tho school. If it is reasona
bly certain that the employers arc un
just, tho application of such for scr
vanls will not bo honored at tho school
This is a new depatturo iu tho matter
of tho bervant girl question, aud its
workings will bo observed with inter
Tiih coming campaign in the state
of iNow lork will bo unusually excit
ing. There are to bo elected a gov
ernor and eight congressmen in tho
state, aud iu New Vork city a mayor.
The new assembly will elect a United
States senator to succeed Mr. Fonton,
hence this iiuestion will also ontcr into
the issues of tho canvaH. Governor Dix
will be renominated by tho republicans,
say the political prophets, mid Samuel
J. Tilden will bo (ho choice of the
democracy, which will make a straicht
out fight. Tailing him, Chief Justico
Church will bo the nominee. Of the
prominent representatives, Sam Cox
and Fernando Wood will bo successful
candidates for reelection. Tom Mur
phy will run iu the eleventh district,
which has a republican majority of
four thousand. The municipal can
vass in New York city appoars to be in
a touddlo; Mayor Haremeycr will
be a candidate fot re-election and Tarn
many will briug out Hubert Hoosevclt
or soino otner promiuent raau of his
Biamp, oui an prognostication, on tho
subject are more speculation.
TIIK CINCINNATI CRUSADK.
It is not correct to apply the word
"lto to tho crusade in Cincinnati
Tha mayor of that city would be happy
if he could speak of it as the "late"
crusade. But ho cannot : it has not
yet culminated, and therefore is his
bouI disturbed. A praying band of
forty-tbree women kavo been arrested
in Cincinnati for inciting public dis
turbanco by praying and singing on
the ativcts. Tho wests wero mado on
the street and before going with tho
officers, tho ladios sang n hymn and
prayed aloud. The leader of tho band
then took tho arm' of a policeman nnd
tho rest followed after in pairs. Ar
rived at tho police station, tho ladies
sang and prayed wbilo waiting for tho
mayor and superintendent. After tho
arrival of theso, the ladies requested a
moment, which was grantod of course,
and they sang nnd prayed again. Thoy
wero then informed that thoy would
bo released ou parole until Wednesday
of this week ; this information was fol
owed hy more prayers nnd songs nnd
by tho announcement by tho ladies
that they would go out and occupy the
ntcrvening timo in tho samo manner
at tho saloons. Upon being informed
by n policcmau that this would subject
them to immediate ro-nrrcst, they went
to a church nnd hold a mccting,prnying
for the saloon-keepers, the police nnd
And thus tho matter
stauds and how to put down tho pray
ing wotnon vexes the days nnd disturbs
the nights of Mayor Johnson to n sail
Tho Metropolis 'Time' "fa lat
.... u...riii.'ii Hit' following vara
Obcrly, tho editor of tho Caiiio
Bulletin, is trying tho circus busi
ucis. His main luitis in turning sum
incrscts ho is already well skilled at
that exorcise practice, you know,
makes perfect. Fur years ho has been
the worst fire-eating, unreasonable negro-hating
copperhead in tigypt. Two
years ago hu ran ns tho democratic
candidate in Alexander county for tho
legislature and was elected. Hut tlio
republicans carried tho city of Cairo,
then Oberly at onco mado n speech,
cloiioiiticiiii; domocracy.and setting up n
littlo h of his own. Last fall and win
ter he devoted his energies to securing
tho democratic nomination for con
gress, but receiving littlo encourngo-
ment, ho declared tor tho grangers.
llo eaino out more recently in iavur ot
inflation, and this week ho comes out
for CJrant nnd contraction. Oh! con
sistency. Thy name ia not Obcrly.
The amiable McCartney, who edits
tho 'Times,' draws the loug bow with
persistency i( without skill.
Tho 'Times' forgets that wa have
not been of the irreconcilable laction.
At tho conclusion of tho war wo were
of ihoso who desired to induce the dem
ocratic party to accept tho situation.
Wo wero of thoso who believed the
party should have advocated impartial
suffrage ; wo wero in favor of tlio nom
inatiou of Chase iu 1808, nnd advoca
ted acquiescence in the amendments to
the federal constitution wheu such nd
vocacy brought with it the charge oi
Two years ago wo were not a candi
date of the democratic party for the
legislature. Wo were nominated by a
convention composed of botii demo
crats nnd liberal republicans, aud in
the legislature were truo to the trust
imposed upon us
Tho republicans uovcr did carry uu
election in the city of Cairo.
We havo never said to any man that
we desired tho nomination of any party
for congress ; wo havo expressly de
clared that wo will not bo a candidate
next full lor any office
Wo have been nnd still nro an advo
catc of tho anti-monopoly organization
and bolicvo tho democratiu putty
should not enter the field to embarrass
Wo have never said a word that could
lead any rcnsiblo man to believo that
we endorso tho political principles rep
resetted by 1'iesidcnt Grant, or that
we favor tho policy of contracting ut
this time tho volume of tho currcuoy.
The 'Times' has either uiisroad or
wilfully misrepresented us
Tho Juno Magazines.
T.H'pincott'h Maoazini: lor. I uuo
presents a charming variety of sub
jeets, treated with tho ability and bril
liancy so characteristic of this iavorito
periodical. Tho continuation of tho
"New llyporian," hy Udward Stralmn,
illustrated, is quaint, original, nnd en
tcrtaining ns over. An illustrated ar
ticle, "Niguottes from the Schuylkill
Valley," is an attractive featuro ol this
number. Tho presont lubtalltnont of
"Malcolm," by George Macdouald, de
cidedly intensifies and complicates tho
ntercsts and prospects of tho hero and
heroine of the story, aud introduces
somo new and mysterious characters.
In the unpublished lottcrs of .Samuel
Taylor Coleridge, which appear in this
number, tho cultivated readers of hip.
piucott 's Magazino will find much that
is especially interesting and enjoyublo,
as giving a clearer insight into the
mind and character of tho great poet
and philosopher. Tho second and con
eluding paper of 'l)oshler& Doshler,"
by Sarah Winter Kellogg, is really
captivatiug, tho conclusion of tho
whole matter bciug just what it ought
to be fur a woman of such plnek nnd
ability. "A Call on a Uonzo," by
William K (irifiis, ii a very pleasant
and suggestive description of the sooiul
and inner life of tho liiuldhihtio priest-
mod. "Bounce" is a Bhort but charm,
ing ana touching story ol the day. -
rcsont Aspects ol Social Lilo "
ltomo," by T. A. Trollopct is a lanni-
inr nannr. -niinttrinir inn mnnnmnv oi ni
1 ' '
modern lifo in the great papal city, o
. ., . . I
woucrn uressiaa, uy l'rancis
ivsuoion, is urougiii to a somowuai i
tracic conclusion, with lessons main-
fold for thoso who oat'o to learn. .This
number also contains
poems, with the usual happy variety L
of Monthly Gossip, making it most at-
tractivo reading to all classes ol per-
"The South Carolina Problem" is
uiscussca w.tn mi ness, sharpness and
. . . . . . I
apparent latrncss by Mr. hdward King,
This boing ono of tlio "Great South"
series, tho illustrations uro, ns usual,
numerous, and deal with character as
wcll ns landscapo nnd nrchitccturo.
There nro in this series six stories, or
parts o stones, tlio nutli4rs bo ing the
fiHMim.m : nil uiu.iiraLtMi ninnr nil "A i
t. i 1 . Ml..... i 1 ... ...
Sablo Chasm," tho eato of tho Adridn-
lucks ; n skotcli, with portrait, of tho
:,oetA.driel,; an account of ''An Kli-
diant Hunt in biam , ' and pooms by
i ,u in nil i 1 1 i!m n km it. i i I ii l n ill in i . nr.
i .i i it! ; ... ii hi I
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aii I Miirtiin i ii
tho list ot contributions. In "Topics
of t!ic Time," Dr. Holland writes about
i ho Jjato Urooklyn Council. The
Moral power of Women, and a Good
i'o.low. The Old Cabinet has to do
with Barbarism. There is a long and
"timely" pooin, "Diogenes in Amcr-
ica," iu Etchings, and there arc book
notices, scientific notes, etc., ns naunl.
Dk.MOHKSt's Monthly for .Juno is
ruin nf flwt linat tilltlltinra nl tltfa nlu'fivtt
,. . . .
excellent magazine. A pattern of a
slcovolcss jacket, now indispensiblo to
.'. , , , . ...
a lady s wardrobo accompanies this
number.t.nd its paces aro full of succes
.;,, m, H,,nr fn1.lnnH fnr t,lin J
nnd children, with mauy handsome il-
i.,ut.i;,.n. Vn ,...,. I,,l,- il,n.
.Un..u..uu,. ju..0 ";( -
ofn family, nor housekeeper can afford
now famous raxo Holio (tho begin- UIU UI,'UU ,s " , 1 , - , , iaciory ui x uniiuuu in una
ning of a story iu two installments), STtt city, I propose offering better
Honry .James, Jr., ltchecea Harding twecu tho continent and them is a goods' at lower prices, and
Davis, Adeline Trafion, Amalio La ehaunel deep enough for small sized j d , redti)E
Forge, nnd Jules Verne. The second vessels. .Tho largest ol thoso ulands 1 . o
, , ,. . v i fills tho space between lho Hay of As- in the m'KSS Ot ..!. xny goods,
nnd ooncludmg paper on lennysou.by . ' , . , , , . J. .. . . , .
0,1 ' I ' piinainn. In ulilcli 1 lnvn Hlinwil ...11 ..,1 n..r. ... n ..... D
to do without Domorcst's Monthly, partwitnit. ltoxproiaoo nia own fool
T . , - i - -n Inga at that tirno, whon to waa rallying
Its patterns, rocoipts for cooking, lllus- fr0m tho dopresnion of ndoop allllction,
trations, and hints, directions aud
suggestions upon all matters pcrtatn-
iug to dress and tho household in nil
.. . . . ., .,
I- n if ..inn lint nruiri n flt.i t'ona
bsonption. 10 no nau oi an news
dealers, or of "W. Jcnuiiigs Ucraorcst,
O'la llrno,!,,.,, Vnnr VnrL-
8J8 llroadwny, New lork.
THE FATHER OF WATERS.
SOMET1IINO AUOUT JETTIES,
NATURAL AND AUTIi'ICIAL.
Tho plan proposed by Cnpt. Kadi,
- c.i r . ..
of fet. Louis, to securo n permamcnt
outlet to tho Qulf of Jlexico through
.. .,, ,.
onuot tho 11.,11S oftbo MlssiSI'Pl
river by mcans of Jetties, line occa
sioncd uiuoli discussion of its merits.
Tho iSow Orleans Inucd tLiukU is
not a feasible plan, nnd uoca back a
coupio oi nuuureii years in tno History
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nftho Mississippi river and its mouths
. i-k- . mi ,rp- ,
i n alinn U7I1V It tu IIAl I 111 11 llilnu'
kv BiiviT ..... .. ..v... a .uivc
We have n practical exemplification
constantly before our eyes. Tho. sys
tem was commenced, ho far as tho Miss
issippi river is concerned, u hundred
thousand years ag, in tho vicinity of
Cairo. Steadily and presisloiitly the
channels havo been narrowed, but as
soon us tho river catt its flood beyond
tho jetties the bauks now bars havo
hccii formed through which iu numer
ous mouths tho river plovcd its way
to tho deep sea. Tho natural ten
dency of tho river is to cnato jetties
and contract its currency within ono
ehaunel, but ns fast us this
is dono utnv bars nro formed,
aud this process has been go
ing on for ages, until tlu whole val
ley of tho Mississippi hasbcen filled up
with alluvion. History and natural
conformations abundantly testify that
what is now tho Atchafaliya rivor(lbr
morly called tho Chetimaelius) vas
onco ono of the mouths of tho
Mississippi, corresponding to our pres
ent Southwest piss, and early Kreiuh
writers, do Vorgmnos, for instance, is
scrt that tho Manchac was nnothr.
M. do Vorgonnes, Minister of Louis
XVI., in his political and histo
rical MKMOlIt OV I.OI'ISIANA,
speaking of tho period when D'Iber
ville, in 11)1111, took poasesjion of Lou
isiana iu tho namo of tho French King,
"Tho lands which aro at tlio en
trance is crossed 'by a bar which
changes placo, raises and lovrors so
often that ono must be constantly
watchiiit: its inovoiiicuts. a reason
which allows vessels even of a medium
size to attempt this pas.-ago only with
tho greatest care, and after having un
loaded a part of their cargoes.
l"Tho post ol tlio Uolizo, wisely
laced on an island frou which niav bo
observed what is goitg on tmtiddo,
gives signal, sends pilots, and fur.
nishes everything neowsary for tlm
safe coming in aud goinr out of vessels.
lichidcs that principal unlet, tlm ljVor
forks into two anus, wlicli aie com
plctoly neglected, nnd which nro auout
i .. 1 P . i Hifwtlli nml nrn I
- J""? " " "i. h.r il.n f.rVt
,,. ,(in'nnrnn p ri.ctimachus river.
g()CI, by running westward into tho Hay
. ...... .u' i.... I. ...r 11L,...
jincuiisiuir. iuo uinui in uu-
n - om - r,. own y
IIIIVI Ul IHIH.H M. lit
- ,;k(ilv .,,. ,i 0 lwo r,vcr8
Tin: old moiths
of tlio Mississippi, nnd that tho mar
y which ho between those two
i fit-itrj fitui ritn irnm I'liiimui in mu l
:. ilnv t1Pnl, ' nVniiuvlal mat-
her which has accumulated in lapse
ol time, causcu uy tho uunieufu ....... "
ucr oi trees which too nvui
down, which nave uccti coineniuu iu-
HcU,,ur 11,0 'mul', ,J T'V '.
II ri 1 r MITCI1IM III!III!I1 IIV I11U 1 UUb tliuw I
. . 7 . A . ,llof0
lallJl, , fln w,00 trees lying horizon-
tho islands, which are very numerous
nl lho entrance ot tlio rncr, uau
... . .- ' ' nj, ' ,,nll,;liual
oalarnoniont. Those of tho West,
which havo no particular names, aro
...II . .1 .. .... I
remarkable, because between mem nnu
in...... mnt ...limi
rtttra .11 k l.r. in r.n, I
nnd tho Bay ol St. Louis, and the
bl"""anlB who nvoid them havo given
dc Vrrgonncs' memoir, what the opin-
. . i i ii. ... ..i. i? i
inn nt i n nnr v m rniifii ii snr v rnrs miti i
';;;": . , " "
urowth of tho delta. Hvidcntly thoy
!i!U,L,n,'?r nmivnrv? nVmm (ill
from eighty to ono hundred miles abovo
tho city ot ow Orleans.
Slftlns testimony bo admitted, it is
"ac ' " . 1 , , i '
nnr.un unfit ilnnti ll'ntnr rT1 1 f i r In till! COO
by mcans of jottjca 0n ono of the pastes
0f the river will prove abortive.
THE OKIGIN OP SOU E OF LONG-
tl'"rosi a Lecture by JamoiT. I'lcMa.
It U alwaya Icitcrcatintr to know ui.dor
what clrcumitnncoa a poet hut frtmod an
immorl.i noum. or tonnot. or fonir. Ai 1
happen to know somothlni; of tho origin
and birth of many of hniicfullow'a poomi,
,ot mo lUvul ofJu fow ,rots in J
ulvuliro ot u row eicrots in reek
to thorn. Tlio "Isalm cf Iilfe" esmo into
qitonco on a bright summer inorntng in
,iu v. 1838. n UmnbrlJL'o. t lho noot cat
bstweon two widows ut the sruaU t&blo in
too enrnor oi nis cnamtor. it was n
..I.. f.m ), nm,, I,..,, .J !, Unl
u iomo time In manutcrltt, unwilllnc to
nu nm 'no Poam 'n c ow h' for
many month!, llo was a(cuaed nf tnking
lQ0 famous verie, '!.rt ia lonii
od timo ia Urnting," from
flishop a poom, but I Imppon to know
tlml wa- nol in mnJ, and that tho
I llinllftllt ffttnn tl film Ullth la 11111. 'II iiMi.
i. ii... t r i...-jn - ir .with n
boon - rilt0J bflforo. ..xhoro is i roapor
wbojo namo ia Dauth" cryatnllzod at onco
ill tllO pool's mind without Cll'ort andho
... . Uh t m
hia oves ns ho composoa It. "Tho Light
of tho Sltt"" w" compoaoa aa tho poot
1UUKUU UU1 U)iuil u wniui auu uunu.uui
summer ovoning, oxactly suggostivo of
poom. ino moon a .uuo ; ip oi
burn, and Mure wna blazing in tho couth.
That lino ballnd, "Ilio rook ol tho llos-
poruJ, ' waa wruion in io.jj. vuioni
(torm had occurred tho niibt before and
na tho pool latamoking at midnight by tho
flro, tho wreckod llosporua cemo Bailing
lnti; hii ,nnJ, Ho wont ioUl, but the
poom hd aoizod him, and he could not
eloon. Ho got up and wroU tho colo-
htAU Tor,. ..Tho clock was itrlklne 3."
ho eiiid, 'Iwhon I Qnlehcd tho last stanza.'1
It did not como into hi mild by lines,
Ln ctfort but flowing wltiout lot or
I UI1U Ul tUU UU9 ftUUWH i'JllkllUt
low'a ahorter pooma ia "Kxcolilor." Tho
word happonod to catch bis yea lato onu
autumn ovoaing In 1811 on atom plooo of
I . . . . . .
nowspnpor, and atral(jbtwy liU inidL-ina
tion took Uro at it. Taklne tlio first
pioco of pHpor at hand, winch happened
to bo tho back cf a letter received
that niuht from Chnrlna ttumnor, Lnnc
follow crowdod it with vortoa. Aa first
written down, "Kico3lor" ditl'ura from
tho porfuctod and published poem ; but it
shown In Ita orlinu conception a rush
and glow wormy uu memo nnct tlin au
thor. On neummor&ftornoon iu 13 lit, aa
ho was riding on thl hoach, 'Tho SUolo
ton In Armor1' r'BORa out of tho doop bo-
foro lilm, and woia not bo lam. xno
atory of ''Evatigollio" was llrat augKosted
to Itawthorno by f friord who wisbod
him to found a ronanco upon it. Haw-
thorno did not quto coincldo wlfi thn
idon, nnd handed tin tnemoto lionlollow,
who aaw nt onco al! tbo caiential qualities
of a doop and tonuir niyi,
A "SEDITIOUS MANIFKjTATION
Tho followiat;b'00d 8'ory ' l0'd of tho
lato Kmporor -xipoioon : a froncoman
havinL. sorvoJ Ins country with diatinction
in tbo ariy, fuund to his diauet that ho
waa alwAVS reualcd with tbo knucklo
ondb ol preforniont. If tboro waa a bad
im.i 10 bo llllol iirivwhore, It waa ho who
obtfincd it; if thuro waa a diaiiKrooablo
oipodltion anywluiro, ho waa ordered otf
on It as suiu na coriainiy. "ucr iuiiiu
yoara ho had an opportunity of eoelng tho
Kmperor, wbilo tho lattor waa
on a visit to Algeria, and
then bo said to him: "I um
afraid, airo, aomo one of your elorka has
a irrudgo againit mo. "Wot at all," an
iworod tho tho l'.mporor, rathor'coldly. "I
havo hoard of your case, and ft appoara
that although you aro not a bad otllcor,
you onco took part In a eodltioua political
manifestation, and a bad mark has boon
el againit your name in conacnuonco."
The officer colluctod bU thought! for a
moment, thon a'.ruck bla forohoad and
laughod. "Why, airo," aald ho, "shall 1
toll you what was tb eedltloua manifoa
tallon in which I jotnod? It waa tho raid
which you headed when you landod ut
iioulogne undor Loula l'blllippa'i roign."
Tho Kmporor laugliod, too, but ruddoncd,
and tho ofllcor, ofcouno, found promo
tion work smoothly from that date. Hut
If il had not boon for that chanco Intro
duction to Napoloon ho would havo suf
fered all his life for having aorved hit
master notwlaoly but too well.
H. WARDiNKH, M. D.
II. .1. STALKKK, M.D.
Oillce and reddenco IU Commiclal Avo
door to tlio Atliunuum. o 1-1 (.
, . , v.-M i.iiii UAiiiiiiiii; in .-jiwujx
I tako pleasure in calling
the attention of tho public to
,ny lesll find 1 111 1 Stock 0
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t i . i
iny ITurnituro atltl MtltraS9
Jactory, covno.r OCVentccntll
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nue. My stock embraces
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Stands, lauiCS, Uiail'S, UUg
I gics, Matrasses and, in a word,
all that is USoful or Ol'lia-
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'Plnu Imiiiff tlm ntilv t.inllll
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aid SCCUTO an outtlt ot choice
Furniture, 'lo tlie Wholesale
trade I oiler special induce
incuts. Koto the placo
. . . .
corner Seventeenth btrcet and
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in I'ur
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General Insurance Agen
Ohio Lcvco, ovor M'athuH & UhlV.
BSyJ'oie but jirst-cltits Compunici
Snfford, Morris & Cnndee,
711 Ohio Levco, City National Hank
Uuilding, Caiuo, Iu.s,
The oldest eatiibllslird Agency In Southern
imnoiH, ri'iiruM'iiiiiig over
of the Ik'kI liiMininco Capital 'ol the U. H
DAM ISli LAJLl'IillT
VI jh 'h Sired, between Washington and
Jobbers and Retailers of
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, Bruslios,
Toilctt Articles, Druggist's Fancy Goods, Collier Whito
Lead and Other Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Tube Colors, Dyo
Stutls, Etc., Etc., Etc,
Wo Solicit cnrrcHpondcnco and orders from Druggltts, l'hyalclana and (Icneral Sloras
In want of (ionds In our l.lno. Steamboat, l'lnnt.itlon and Kamlly Medicine caaei turn
Islioil or ltfllllcd with Koliublo Druga al KcaHoimble Itntcn.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, RETAIL & PREiCItlPTION,
74 Ohio Iasvoc. . Wnitlilnrt(f) Are. cor. Kghth St.
O A I Jl O .
(Lato Proprietor of the .St. Nichojaa Hotel)
Has become Superintendent ol the
in imnii ii
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OIIIO LEVEE.
Mr. Walker haviug taken charge of this old nnd well-known house, will at
once givo it a thorough renovating, r.nd put it in firat-olas order for tho recep
tion gucstH. Mr. Walker will welcoino hid old customers to tho new house, aud
will always be glad to see them.
First-class Day Board $20 per Month.
HARRY WALKER, Supt.
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50 Ohio Levee - - CAIRO, ILLS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
Tho IManler'a I louse is located (in Ohio Lcvco Street in
CLOSE PROXIMITY TO RATLROAD DI
POTS A1STD STEAMBOT LANDINGS
And in tho Center of tho Bu8incsn I'ortion ol the City. Tho House ia now
and completo iu all ita appointment. Tho rooms, nro largo and airy, besides
being elcgiintly furuiHhed nnd carpeted. (iuonts will rccoivo courteous treat
incut aud tho bent of accommodations.
Transient Guests $2 per Day. Dny Hoarders $20 per Month.
A Trusty Watch for Trains and Boats Day and Night.
books. 1)H. WM. HALli
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It KSlDKNnK corner Mnlh and Walnut
itreota. Oillce corner Sixth Klrcft anil
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Balsam for the Lungs
THE OHKAT AMEHKIAN CON
Consumption U NOT nn Incurable dlaeaao,
lliy bl jtun.i aaura hh thin (act. It U only
necO'hary to have tho ltlf;lit Itomedy, and
tbo terrible malady can be conquered,
nail's Balsam is this Bem'dy.
It broaku up tho nlghfcawcatH.rellovea thu
npprcsalvo tlKhtncaa acroaa the utgv, and
lieaN tho larcerated and e.vcorlated Mirlaceif
which theicnoin ol tho dlaoaao produces.
WIIILK LIFK LASTS TIIEUE IS HOPE
' It nmy notbtAlate to effect icuro oven
alter tho doctors have clven ynn up
llull'H llaUani la fold evorywbere, and
may be hud at wholetalc of tho froprUtonr,
John K, Henry Ourran & Co . at tUefr
(treat Medicine Warehouse. 8 and OCollegt
I'lncfl, New York, l'rlce l per battle.
llali'a llalwim Im bo a auro remedy for
C'oiikIid, Colds, I'licuniona, Bronchlttlr,
Asthma, Spitting of lllood, Croup, Whoop
ing Cough, and all other dlaealeaot tberoa
Alao l'roprlotom of tteovlll'a lllood'' and
Idver Hyruji.Curbollc tiidve.Kdoy'ii Troche,
Oxyuenatud DitterH, Jlott'a Ltver IMUa. &e.,
.JOHN V, HKN'KY, CUKRAN CO ,
Hand l College Tlace, New York,