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lUIINU.OHKUbV. K.lltor and l'tibll-hor
Tb'lUUJ UKUtK DAILi HULliBTIN
Una wook, by canter, tf Jr.
One year by carrier, In adtauco JO (XI
Ono year by carrlur 11 tot pild in
sJtsi.co. i2 00
un6inanth, byrasU 1 00,
rhr montha;.-. ...j.-.-. II W
Mil routitha. tt W
Ono yoar 10 00
trims or wr.r.Ktv iiullrtim.
Ona Year ft t)0
Six Jtonlhj , 7r
Throo .Month U)
Invariably In ndvanco.
Ilmd I us iiinllrr oti carry ink'.
Tiiev call it now lho Uroollyn tor-
(iES. Butleu. tiayb Ocn. Hooker U
a liar, righting Joe must now rorort
to bin muscle.
It' Tilton had taken Uceclicr'a licail
off Ins shoulders in a paroxysm or
emotional insanity, ho might have be
couio minister to Spain. Jlo forgave
lkcchtT, and is IejtpiscJ.
llr.v. J. ll. GAnrtnrr continues to
nfflict tho world: Ho cannot bo in
duced to lay afido hi pen, and retire
to tlio eliatle.HV, Rev. Mr. Waller i
respectfully petitioned liy w, in liohall'
of a HuflVrinj public, to pcmuadit .Mr.
(iarrclt not to rush into print nny
Tin: 'Sun! nominates Air. II. Wat
ton Webb as tho Opposition uandidato
for enngrciH in this dinlricl. Mr. Wubb
lias, wn aro informad; no congressional
nspiratioiiH. When lho proper time
cotnos ho will do good Henico
in tho opposition cause, but ho has no
dcidru tn enter tho canvass an a eaudi
dato fjr congrecs.
Tiik Illinois State 'Journal,' niter
charging that tho Chicago 'Times' and
C.uito JJtTi.i.r.Tis nro attempting "to
corral tlio whol6 hlato into a Kupport
of lho resurrected putrid leuiinis
ocneo," nays: ';Wo nhall bo curious to
fco bow tho Chicago and Cairo combi
nation goU along in tho Bchomc to cap
ture tho State for Hourbou Democ
racy.' Tho 'Journal' know that
li'iither the, 'Times' nor Tn v. Ui!i.i.TtN
dosVcs tho tcnuTiecUoi) of UmixVomriii,
but wo don't expect that paper to bo
fair or truthful when politics nro con
cerned. So far ns wo urn concerned
it may bo as curious about' the
"Chicago and Ciro combination" as
it wishes to bo. It has an inalienable
right to bo curious.
Tin: Illinois State 'Journal' docs us
tho injustice to Bay, that wo have pup
ported the "political monstrosities" wo
havo named, Aloxander-StopheusUm,
Jllairism, Caucasianism, Legerdemain
iem, Pen'dletouism, Twoedirui, Per-iiando-Woodism,
etc. Wo havo been
not behind tho most forward in advo
cating tho policy of recognizing accom
plished facts, and havo been constantly
opposed to tho folly of tho Democratic
leaders who havo wandered away from
principlo after "isiucs" thought to bo
popular. We havo always been a
Democrat, believing in tho right of
tho Btato to control its own nffairs and
in tho doctrine that npcuio should bo
tho basis of currency, and that n pro
tective tariff is robbery. In ISfis wo
doprccated tho Pendleton raovomcnt,
and wo arc suro tlio 'Journal' will not,
upon reflection, chargo that wo have
winked at corruption, or refmcd to ex
poso it when it has omo to ourobscrv
itfiou. Wi do not blame Jlcechcr as much
for liis crimo with. Mrs. Tilton, as for
his subsequent notion in regard to Mr.
Tilton. JJoocheri.4Kiort.il, if hois n
preacher, aud if tho Lord had to pray,
"lead us not into temptation," who
can wondor that(haviug been led into n
temptation of the mort daugcroui kind
ho fell? Our opinion u, that Mr,
Tilton is one of the worst of women,
and her hueband ono or tho " softest "
of men. Her and his story that Mrs.
itiltou did upt believe hcrcouduet with
Mr. Hcccher was wrong i prepoiitcr
ou I Sho sinned because sho wished
to, tndpho it was, boyond all doubt,
who ruined Peechor. Ho may havo
been very witting to bo ruined, but sho
certainly threw out tho signals. Sho
is n lovely woman ! Tboy say
Cleopatra was not tamo beautiful.
And do wo notmgnow admit inejy
of Anthony becau?.i for tlio dark-eyod
Kgyptian ho madly flmiK Wl,rld
uway' W)j blames Antjiouj now?
"NVliy thoa bo so harsh with Henry? Ho
wai subject 'lo a ti'i'ilplatiou no less
giuat; and, liky thg old Jtqmun, ho
yioldfd. May wo not bulioviithat. in
tho future a thousand yearH after this
a poet will siiig'the lovo.4 of Jlcnry
aod Klrzaboth, and build immorta,
wm In 'describing Uieir passion and
tbiir woos? Who then will think; of
TilonV Ho i:i branded. Wronged
ho has boon, and in lho exercise tl'
die viimo ol rorj;ivoncHf li: liecoro"
WHO IS 9K, "mOSH?
Wo a.uio our nuifflibor ol lho
'duKulto,' that we havo no curiosity in
our voinpoition. Wo know he know
thi. to bo a furl, bccauo if anybody
in Cait o Liionn us well, Mow llartcll
doe.-. Well, then, wo arc not curious ,
that is rotllcd. Wo will not, therefore,
be accutcd of dc'iring to kuov who
Mrj. S. J. y. is out cf simple curios
ity; but wo wowbl liko to know. There
in no particular reason why we ahould
know j but "itomohow or other" wo "I
wihh to know who in lho Ob' "'O' "
namo she in. Shu is litcmry chained
lilitnin broko lo'"i. Wo tiro not
unaware of tho fact that this expres
sion nmygnu offense to tlmso of our
rentlcn who do not appreciate the
beauty of n little Riinpieinu of ttlang
thrown into an nrticlo occasionally ;
but, positively, this is tho only way in
which wc cau Hpeiik our opinion of tho
coriccpondcut of tho 'tiazctte.' Shu
is rauy as tho best kind of n nool,
and is ncaier bettiz right oa n" 'IUCI)
tions of public import than any wo
man wo over know, or hoard of or read
"after." Sho i tho cream of tho
'Gazette,' and Moto himself is tho
richest kind of milk and would jibm
almoft nnywhero for tho richest of
cream. I licrclorc and wo think this
a good reason wo want to know who
Mrs. S. ). H. in.
AN AMKHIOAN HKNTHNCHD
DKATII IN CI' 15 A.
Another Ani"rican N about to bo
S'iciilicod by the Spanish government
in ('ubii. Tried and foil ml guilty of
lining an "agent nf tlio American gov-
eminent in the interest of the Cuban
insurgents, be has been condemned to
die, tho uiannnr of his death to bo "four
phots through tho body." Tho history
of tho case is intcrusting as showing
tho slight grounds upon which, m
Cuba, a man is charged with being mi
insurgent nnd thu sure nnd terrible
penalty such a charge brings upon (he
Dockray, tho American victim now
under sentence of death at Puerto
Priueipil, is thirly-threo jeats of age,
was district attorney of tho United
States, collector of customs, ami hold
other important positions. Ho was a
personal friend of lialph ICcelcr, the
New York 'Tribuno' correspondent
whose futo m tho Island of Cub is
involved in nyio.y. Docfcrav ar
rived in Cuba Jauuury last, having left
home for the beuefit ol bis health, and
he determined to niako some inquiries
into Kcclcr'rt case. Ho was provided
with tho necessary papers to travel in
the island, nnd at Mammilla, be linked
what was known of Kcoler. Tho
reply was that nothing was
known of him and it he had cast
his lot with thu insurgents nothing
could bo known except by inquiring at
their camps, situated about n mile from
tho town. Dockray dotormincd to pur
sue his research into tho camp, and to
this end, accompanied by a negro erv
ant, and without a coat, for ho intended
to roturn at once, Dockray proceeded
to tho iiisurgont'ii eainp.
Ho did not leave it for three months.
Tho insunectionavy leadors, believing
ho had ''ono among them fioiii other
motives than those alleged, detained
him first with ono exctiso, then with
another. Ho was finally obliged to
resort to stratagoin to escape; and
through necessity, uidod and abetted
tho rebols by giving them ndvico ver
bally and in writing. Eomc of the let
ters, however, never passed out of his
handi, and thoiiO, afltr bis arrest by
the Spanish authorities, wore used ns
part of the ovidenco of his complicity
wimi ino insurgents, ins trial was
short, "tho council of war, under Span
ish law, boing only n formal means of
executing what tho authorities have
determined upon." J'ockray was not
informed of what ho was accused.
and the only defense ho could mako
under tho circumstances was refused
by tho council of war; The nearest
American consul, at Humcdios, refused
to have anything to do with tho case,
having large sugar interest in tho Is-
lund which ho feared might bo com
promised, lho eantain-gcncral of
Cuba has Dookray's sentence undo
advisoinent. Whether Mr. Pish will
iutorfero or nut remains to bo soon
. THJ? UHOJCIIN IIJOJ,.
lo err is human ; to forgivn divine.
True. Aud .Mr. Hcechcr has been ono
of lho most human of men ; ho 1m
erred groviously ; nnd .Mr. Tilton hug
been ouuof th? moiit divine nf moitals ,
ho has forgiven like the tenderest of
thu maudlin angels of heaven.
Paugh! Does not tho gorgo of
every person rise whilo contemplating
this scandal !
Hero, on ono hand, is a great
preacher, toaohing morality, thu
beauty of holiness, and tho exceeding
comliuess of virtue Around hira
worshippers aro gathorod worshippers
not of tho Christ they prolesi to rev
oroneo, but of this man, They applaud
bini. Th'jy trumpet his gioalues con
luuoilly The men ct.iIi him , il
women toveunco him lovo him
fondle him. One woman, nl lnast, Iries
her powers upon him, boating Ibil
nlm ii aiiTious to piovo sho can preserve
her purity ; nnd sho fell, ho wiih
Then Tilton, u vain man this, or wo
aro an inexpert reader of character.
His hair is worn long, in linglcls,
parted in lho middle, becnuso flatlcr
iug friends havo told him ho looks like
Christ, 'flu's vain conceit ho can ie
so far a." to sit to an artist Ivho is
infilling an original picture of tlio
Saviour. Tho concoit affects his mind
ltoingChrisl-liko in person, he believes
himself to bo Christ-liko in mind
meek, humblu and forgiving. 1 1 o
loatim of his wife's faithlessness, ol
hit model ministers fall -bis hicuds
treachery, lln attempts to carry out
tho illusion of his mind that ho is
liko Christ, tho tncekct, tho most for
giving of mortals. Ho does not mur
der his wife he does not slay his false
friend. Christ would not havo done
bos nnd ho lnl "'! iiicroioio, tio so
Chrirt would havo forgiven, nnd Tilton
incrcioro lorgavc. no cominnca jus
uifo'ti offense ; ho met his false friend
afterwards as a true friend. Having
been smitten upon ono cheek ho turned
tho other also. Christ-like, you sco.
Hut there aro an untold number or
crevices in the human heart through
which thu most momentous of secrets
escape secrets which thus freed, mo
mystcnomly blown by tho winds nf ru
mor ovory whore. TiltnnV secret thus es
caped ami thus was blown about; and,
Htrango fatality I thu wronged man tho
maudlin sentimentalist tho imitator
of Christ, was blamed and traduced,
while his faho friend was pitied, apol
ogised for and called tho moil mag
nanimous nf men. Tho wm-diippcrs
ol tho picaehcr closed mound him in
defen-e, and wotueu--too olien ( weak
and dependent beings that our fulso
education has made themj the defend
ers of lust eloaked by a priestly gown
raised their piping voices singing
songs of praisn to their spiritual guide,
and Hinging nnathoiiia-i at the wronged
man who had been doubly deceived.
If Tilton had killed Jleceher liko a
dog, up would havo gouo shouts of ap
plausa from the church nnd from the
world tho malo followers nf Christ
wnniil havo juslilicd him, and the fu
made followers would havo adored him ;
but lollowing thu delusion that ho was
ViVu OUrit, u CUriht-liko maimer ho
forgavo his falso wife's crime, his fiibu
friend's treachery ; and Uio pro
lessed followers of the Saviour
who would havo justiGcd tho
old doctrine of rovongo by him who ii
injured, hooted tho man who in saying :
'Vengeance is initio ; go and sin no
more 1" forgavo those who had tress
passed against him moi-t grievously
hooted him, and aro now calling him
This scandal is n slrango commen
tary on Christianity aud human weak
ness. It toiebos, that oven thu most
exalted are not strong when tempted .
that the precepts of Christianity are
beautiful in tho abstract, but the prac
tice of them dangerous to manly repu
tation ; that the Ir.r taUmn is still lho
law of tho human heart, and that
society holds him to bo a dog who
docs not slay tho delilor of liis mar
riago couch. It is yet true,' that
"when dishonor seeks our hearth Law
dies aud Murder takes tho augol shape
iluroic Kxporimeiit hy a
IODINE A REMEDY FOR
Tlio lollowini; is a copy or a privnto
letter addressed ty a Texas physician to
Mr. I'.. 11. (Juihiiu:, it clluun ot llouttoii,
and lormorly editor und iroprlotor of thu
Tuleijraplr of Unit city, by whluli papnr
tho lultur baa buou inaJu public, in re
producing it, lint liuw Orleans Times
): "ilin luttur is trom tho voturnn
IJr. Atlihut .Simlli, onu ot tbo oldest and
most dn tiii(;ulhed citltms of Teni, a
thorough pliyhL-mu nnd a.'i oiniilirliod
keholar unci (uutlnman, who nm nurvud
Texas wl.ilu a tDjiublii-, and lliou ns a
ftatn, in various publiu and honorablu
ollk-rs, with lalmil nnd d'utinutlon. Hav
ing bad thu pk'kturo of knowing Dr.
tiioilh intiliiatoly, wo can vouch !.r it
that tills loiter was not written for publi
cation, and that ihu wholu trying
onleiil In which his 111" bai hwig sua
pundel in tlm lialatico for hours took
pliicii juat as ho di'auritios it. Tho combi
nation of lh cool nourau of lho old
foldier -for rin-li 1,0 li with thu hlKiwr
iiioral coumyii of tlm voturan phjaician
and I'luir-beaJed, inlsllii;iit tiicknr attur
oiulitillii fsa's liennlicial to tlm iirolmilnn,
is tn ttrikinly shown in this Irlter that
wugivii It entire. lr. Bmilli'i dlacuvfry,
Irom his own ponwiftl exporiuncu, of thu
olllcnvy of ioditiu In poison from a snakii
blto, will, of course, bo duly notod by
pliyaielsns,'' Tho following Is lho Intter:
Kiki'.ukkkk, Harris County, Jiinu 21.
I;. 11. Cmliinir
2lr Hr.AK Kik: 1 can't walk, but with
hulp liaVO Uoblilnd to tho tahlu. If im
provu rsasi-nably in hohbllni; by Friday
nibt, I sball be at my post, in your city,
on S'aturday, My lameness would dosurvo
but tin shorloit mention but for mine fao's
connected with tho cause, which may,
porhap, buof Intiircst to others la simi
About dark fiaturday' Inst, na 1 was
walking up tho hill trom tho bay shore, I
toll lumvy fo.illlii.K "bout one el my
Imp. f"l th "' '",H"' U' 1,1 " ''
Klmrptrttli U.lilln U") lioimn. I w
1 I l. ill, i ltniiliild
iV U'O Ul'.Iil III'"" PI-VIM m in"" I
J . . . . ii... r. iI...im mi tnu tin'
tbr vi Ho In" si" vo ili" iiiiUu Tlniro vvero
iwj ioiiiliii- I" wuiiikI, nimln l.y
II. n two l lli" tihV llol bini lilt
1110. Swellihi; IimiI nlliii'ily euininuiKuil -lots
llisn live minute from lliti hllliii;.
yilll 1 ilslnrinlimd to do notliin, fur
nwlillo t liiMt, In order to obsorvo lho
oll'octs ot tlio poWnn unmnlllleJ ly trout-
u,illi Itliitttl eillilliiLl iriiiii .M-jin ..-i
niont. Tim awelling incrimnuu rninuiy,
and In Ulmon nilnuUn im.m tho "m Im'l
liccumn exutuclnllnK, ami I eowu mil near
nny wnlglit on thu l 1 cmnpollod
to lis down.
1 now took, In a wum U of watur, n
half tuajpooiifiil of Milurated Uncturiiol
IihIIihi. About llttoiin lUiiules ntlnrwanlii
1 repeated about twenty Jrops. A short
tlnio after, pnrlinps ftt'eti or twenty
mlnutu, a third ilmo f hxllne flfioim
ilfupij In twenty-llvonr tidily minulis
nflnr, tlio fourth. Tio length of these
Boveral IntervsU U conjw-tural. I had the
orifices of lho vfouiiiU nverul
tlmiii toucliRil wlik tlio llntturo
ol Imlliie, ami tlm l"g, which was
swollen from Ilia unUl lo lho knoc, was
nainted with btone
Tim imili WiUeXiruriililiL', but by 10 30
or 1 1 o'clock- two and a half or tbrie
hour niter tho bll'i hl nbaled mlisibly.
About 1.110 in thu morning I fell B-leup,
and awoke at f iinrlso with cuinnhitii still-
lies! and super Ho id sorcnass of thu limb
on couch, now double it former slws
but wllb no pnln worth inuiitioniiig. Nor
have I kincu bad Hull xrin further than
coiiiplttiu rflfeatoof Uio ru, until tnl
rnoriii Off, and bclrip; obllod lo hsvu ll at
limns olnvatcd. Tlio fool nartlcl. ated in
tho iiwiiIIIiil', and It Did Ice liunir down it
bicatuo (and Inilm'd nil) doer) in a I'uw
minulci purfuctly livid.
Tho ititurest of tbu matter in iniotlioc
lies in llitt uio, tho ellicney, of lodlno as a
rein dy lor venomous Litei. .Nothing
oho than iodiouwas uted; no ipirlL", no
hartuhorn, not lln loait portiblo tiling in
thu world, Interially or uxtornilly, ex
cept iodiuu and inn smalt drink of W11W.
I minor expernncu liau ivvii mu iou
IIiIhiici In lull Inn liy it 11(11 wiili olhvrs
1 was dulurmiticiltoc.lvu It a flr nhowlnn
in my own rain, iiualilod and utiobslruelil
by any other med alien. 1 havu attutln-d
tho (jreatur Intnml to this cn leeame,
lliotili on 11 Is HMkom u unto ljilj;ii In hl
own cane. tUn ppkl'tit bitu lias bnuii bv
loiu Klda thu levirnit suako-biln 1 over
knew. II liftto itdilf It would, In my
opinion, havo Loci fatal In a vry low
liour'. 'I'll lit the Miako was u wry
lured ono, I k'.ow friim bis loiuvv cullline:
about my li(-s, and, 1 may add, from lho
djplli to which J foil his l'ane, "iitur. My
iiirlMntaiiiinus siiipirinn, from thu weight
and severity of tlm iiiiinir, was lhat mv
aallatil wr a wildckr orsoino inch ani
mal. Thu cxcriii intiii!- tiain fult stibir-
qUMiitly, ai beforu iimtitlonod, scomul to
mo iiki inn leroclnns cramps of tlm mus
cle! in malignant cholura, except that
inev wero not in ivny iiiruu s pasuiollii.
There warn other rircumitanrop. ivinn
toms whieli I iliould dotail wnro 1 wrltlnc;
to a physician, but thy would only dill
furthtr born you To et forth truly tlm
etUcany of imliriu must eiruiiM my length.
I do not know what kind of main it wa,
mil suNpuci It to liavn liaen a rattlimako
Very truly yours, Annum. Smith.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
L U M B E R
' A I.I. KlStlS, llAUU AH U UUVT,
Keep I'OM-t.lllllv on l.n"i
Mill and Yard
Conner .lllh Street
and Ohio liCvco.
WALL & ENT,
.Mamil.ifturcro nnd llcaleisin
GREEN AND SEASONED
IjlJMItEK AKD LATH,
. CAIRO, ILLS.
I'Ori-AJt.OAK, (IVI'KUH, AHH, (ilJM
AMI COTTON WOt Ml, .
DKIXSKI) l'INi:, A.M1I AiJJ) l'Ol'
J.Alt n.OOJtlNO, UK1IN(1 AUD
tjT'dllleii at sw mill on corner of Twen-ty-M-i
0111I Mri e t mid Ohio l.eit'f.
B. F. PARKhR,
(.Successor to I'arker. Illako,)
PAINTS & OILS
V AIA, I'Al'KK,
And the celebrated llliiiuiiinllii;,'
Hross' llulUlir,,., im, ,sl,; Uomorcial A v.
CARR1AQK & WAGON
Slvth Street mid nmiiui'iclul Avenue,
CAI III), ILLINOIS.
KlilTlslllltrllllllll ,'IM.n to llOUHl! HllOINO
"d Ke-ieral li iinrln. flMMI-tf
r.M Kan n a
,V man liitcmlliiir to do liuluess iniisl
II 1st preimlo liiliisclf In meet (lie rc-
(ulrcnii'iitH of Ids cihIoiikts : next he
must let cicry possible or prohnlilc
customer kninv that he Ik sii prepared.
In 11 very small place he mil) Till, Loll
tho people tthiit liccnnilo. 1 11 a lur'o
illhiKO u printed hunillilll, pnstri- or
clrcnlnr, inopci ly illslrlbuted. tilllhe
i li;cnclnii, hul AVIKir.VHIt IS I.N A
i'laci: i.aim;i: lnokjii to sit.
I'OltT A M'AVSIMI'Ult )VII.Ii PINO
that it is 1 11 1: en 1: V I'llST .11 1:111 1.11
TllltOI14.ll WHICH TO AIMHtLSSTIIi:
vhksu sraiNti noons.
Jl IIS. M. J A C K HO N.
(Konncrly Mrs. .Swauders.)
annnimcos'that sho has mtt oiicucd u I arte
assortment ol thu
MllUnnrj' (I001N totio 'nun . 0 tnc iiiailt -i
Sho will keep 011 hand
HATS, ilONKKTK, VbOWBIl , KlllllOl,
Uhxhh Tjiimminuh 0 Am. Kinds,
Laiiiiih FtniKtHiiiNn (loons, Notion.
Colt.aus. Uniikuslkevks. Huksh.
And tall cooiln loiind 111 inilllnerv lorn..
ol wlilch will bo deposed ot at the lowe
chimi jiriccH, .his, iiacKson rcHpeiimu
link n a eontiuuatlnn of thu patanna;u wi. i i
bus been so liberally bestsowe il upnti hor 1
the laities nf Cairo ami tlm vie Initv.
Coil 1 r Mute M.
Thttnoit J!tnowitil.1'-iH't "f the Ag; Int.'.-,
tiraimtutofJ'JHV.lTi:, I'llJlOXiU and I'M.
.v.t; r vi t, F.ASHS, nvitix.u. weakness.
VI. rt.H (f.jrlr li.1WrHt.in. arul.rr u., i.1uId
ssuveibxnsj, i-isirui-.a ok this kacv avi uuii to
socutv, .m-sivrn iiiuiit, lora ov miuouy .mi
masiiuoo ri:ir. r.xri.v ciivd. fin: csiuvf or
IICIIII II. LITEr.ATl'liK. lllurai,4lihtl..lo ibtii.to
tifl.lalii vlMia.Tlu.rr,tirl.ftli nbf. ?tia Ivluu4at4
to lain 1. r. lailr naturt, oauo aad auM. rrUOciau,
.rbtlnaUla.&(l .artlopa. La4l. riMtulrlnj.urillftll,
lui-ltc.l attr.l.a.a or a4tla m. ..II r aUxci. Iba 1 rtor.
laialtl. pra.UI Willi prliaia arUaint4, l.r, att.bi
iuisi ilurvaUunuiUad. HutUrauvl.oabuid.
Jobbers and Retailers of
Chemicals, l'atcnt iModicinos, IVrfiiniry, .Soups, Uruslu'd,
Tojlctt Articles, Drn'isl's Fancy (iooil, Collier White
Load iintl Olhor (iradt'H, Paints,' Colors, Oils, Varn'iHhi'S
Wimlow (Jlas'i, Wax Flower Material, Ti be Colorn, Dyo
Stulls, I'ltc., '.U- Mtc.
We Solicit rnrrcfponilenci' ami order. Irolll llnnjirlst., I'liy.lrlana anil Ocncral Stnra.
In wiint of Oonil. in our l.lnu. Sti'-imlio it. I'lantttlmi ami Kamlly .MeUlcIno csies lurie
l-lic.l or lb lllli d M Ith ll'll idle I lrilK Iteanouable Itatea'
VIHII,KSA.E & UKTAIL, IIKTA1L & I'KEJCJtlPTION.
71 Ohio Levee. 1V;i"hlii,'ton Air, cor. Uphill St.
T. J. KERTH,
BEERWART, ORTH &. CO.,
Iieai. 1 in
Hollow Waro &c
M.imiracturer and Jobber ol
TiN.sinxr ikon nmi (.'oi'i'citiVAiii:
I'titni--. Hint Chs-i-. be Crfiiii Vr 71 r
iler 1 0..I. 1-. wii. I. ol. i.ir i.l
iluw ".en . 1, - ..I i. hi. ) Woe.
(Jultoi'iii iinil .Job Work j
iMAMK ASl'KCIALITV. 1
Ak'i nt tnr the
Garry Iron Roofing Co.-,
'Ihu beat Iron liooliii' In the -Market.
Order Irnm Abroml lll Uettive I'roinpl
All work done with I . - j .-it . I , nnd IV.uran.
ted to giic Siatlafuctlun.
AT WII. COWS III.OCK I'Olt hI.1.0
SAMUEL P. WHEELER, '
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Olllice Over Kind .National Haul.. :i-ir.3in
iloliu II. .Mulkcy. William '. Mulkcy.
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Ollli'ci ClL'litli utri't I, belwceu (.'oniiuor
wlalaiitl WaaliliiL'tou tiM iiiicK. fi-ll-tr,
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. Orei li,
William It. Milium,
Miles I'. Oilboit,
irjrspi'clal nttnntion l ven to Admiralty
uinl hieiiinboat buwlneas.
Olllco! Ohio l.nvce, Itooins" atolH ove
Cl National Hank.
A 1 1 I1KTAII,
I'AINT Mil OIL
JJrLl'CK no 3.
tiii:.m;v icinoiMos-rito.n mil
LAUD'S TAUOrS l'AlNTIX.S,
l' I'n j.ini ( lir..mn. tn y 1,, ln uio.l
prea-iit j 1. tor. 1 . r Knen lln ,mb.
In , In ini; lull ot liniiiiir ami "I'liiel, to tie
litetcnt. sl. i. 1,) -jj in.lie. iiinni.i
njioii ram. 1-4 mnl -truiii r. I'rire f0 tin
pair. Hi ml nplurs to tin iioi.,n r ,1 r
111 liUlt. 'J.'IO ijierloi -tint. ii.i,ih) 11
m)m ri mmi h
R. SMYTH & CO.
No. CO OIilo l.evco,
(Ml HO, ILLINOIS
Boot & Shoe
i.eiweeo Ttutn nmi Lbuntb .Street",
h prepared In till onlers vjjout delay.
He h.i a tine kto. U ol luii r.rte.l leather on
lianiljuat icenlicil from N(icrl, and ba
lint iIiumi ihupilcis to tyc lowest notcli.
THOMAS SPROAT & SON
W I I Will I I I I ll 'I ill II Mlill'l In
l'UHK LAKK KJK,
Cairo, Illinois, and Columbus, Kentucky.
Cairo olllco nt Hiilen .V IVlboiiN, comer
Twclltli "licet mid Ohio liivee.
'iVe will run mi Iff wiin thrmn;boiit thn
1. .i.uii. iIiiiH-iiiIiil' nilio l.l.o len in any nart
1 ZkZM SCit. vrifir
t tin) elli-at til" b'et liinll;et pllce, ami
nlll also Itiinlsli our Irlends outaidu theelt'iO'S.
Mlllt Ice i.v III" ral.11 or ear load, packed t
dual, lor shipment lo any iltancer
ft "a I
cr, 1'nU'ilil, Union