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' "Bnuion'jctiiiis'iar being tormed in
Senator Jonet, the sllvcr-mliie senator,
of Nevada, propoe to gpcnk to Ihe senate
hortly on the subject ol lliiancc. .'ones
liu tome new Idcns on llic subject, "lie
propoM that congress shall authorize
coin ctrtitlcate, to he bawl on a y
tem of allvcr bare, that the iroyrnitneiit
will give the itrtiiclunt to this bullion to
be In Die custody of the government to
;Hf o!wr'6r the cer
ttflcatcs. lie contends thatj,the people
would thciiVuW,ithout (he trouble aud
expense of auay, precisely what the bul
lion iR0tlM8Hherc would l0 lip dl
coM&fcr Jibraaiouf fjTheii he pronosci to
taJufthl vkluaoNI l!-tnder" note at
a given llrac and base the value of a new
silver coin upon the value In Hue silver.
He propoM to let the tracledolUr .Miiuil,
for it is worth u dollar gold, and male
a iHver.Oojlar, to be known m the 4,hovnc
dollar," which lie waul to be legal
tender from a paper to u silver IkihI.
which he contend would Iw one step to
ward a coin standard ba-ed on goW."
OUR ATTEREI IDOL.
During the last part year, a great num
ber of the Idols of the rtepublk-au party
have been shattered, and not a few of
thesehsdof old their temples in South
ern Illinois. Chief of thoe hrour part
ot the SUta.WM Idol D.'Vf. Munn. lie
was one of the big ones, and rr lolctd In
the devotion of whole multitudes of wor
shippers. He was the dispenser of for
tune In Egypt. Through Senator Logan
his inilucnce extended to Washington.
His frown was fcansl by all of tie "truly
loyal." ne shook his ambrosial locks,
stroked his Lopanl&niniutiehcs.and bel
lowed with the iclce of a ftrong-lungcd
bull of Bashan bellowed about the dis
loyalty of the Democrats and wavwl the
bloody rtilrt 5n noisy triumph. The gen
tle Pope stood back of him, palling the
wires that made lihn work roje who"
was the high priest at bis principal altar,
sua who with a My twinkle in his, pecu
liar eye, tooV In the gain., end said In a
reverent tone; "Great in mm." But
Idol Munn is shuttered. Bristow, the
iconoclast, threw him down and grand
Juries have trampled him into very small
pieces. Low is Dan. Let ih bewail him
with tears and with loud outcrip for wo
-hall never sco bis like asaln.
WILL SANE IIIN Nl'CCr.WU.
A reported interview between Vrcsidcut
Grant and a friend, a prominent lawyer
woo jus long had confidential relations
at the White House, contains toveral
items of interest to mwtnl -pcojiu. TJio
..President's talk was very free on the oc
casion referred to. Shaking of the I
-National Repnblicun Convention, the
President remarked that ii ut the time ol
the convention ho felt tiiul the chances
were favorable to hU own nomination, he
would certainly be a candidate, and allow
his iricnds to press his nomination. He
believed the influence of the Southern
dfleffations would be thrown solidly lor
hlra, and this in conjunction with that of
his Northern friends, would be powerful
enough to control the character oi the
convention. In ca he was not nomi
nated, he believed he could name his suc
cessor and fully intended to do so. And
here Is where the interesting part of this
interview comes in. 01 Mr. Maine, the
President said, that while tnere was tomo
little probability or his nomination, hi
lIr. Grant's), intlucnco would not be
given tor Mr. Maine. Of Mr. Morton,
the President said, that there was little
likelihood of his being the choice of the
convention. Of Mr. Bristow, Mr. Grant
remarked that least ot all who had been
named, would ho receive any Indorsement
or help from the President. In his opin
ion, Mr. Bristow had used his office lor
his own political advancement in such a
way as to be exceedingly distasteful to
the President and he did not propose to
afford such an offlcial any help In pro
moting his ambition. In tho evnt of his
being called on to name his ouceexsor, the
PresWent remarked that his nam would
be one which has not been prominently
mentioned In connection with the Presl-
There arc thosu In this city who, un
mindful ot the necessities of the lour,
abuse all the men who contribute in u
great degree, to Its prosperity. Instead
of addressing themselves to tho business
of bulldlug up their city, hy use of voice
and labor, they use toIco and rffort to
pull down their neighbors, aud at their
neighbors' excuse make prosperous
people who care nothing lor Cairo.
A esse In point will Illustrate this f.ict
wliu some force.
i-verybody In Cairo know. Mr. Louis
Herbert, the rcstauraut keeper. He U,
by general consent, classed among our
enterprising cltlw,,,. ijo jlM vttcd In
t-atro property, hm built. i,niin iirr
lys a large amount of taxes, and has
suked all he has upon the prosperity oi
the city. In his business, which ,,n
iwnducM, to sswi tampering, One day
a gentleman of the name of Mr. lluctr
ner came to the city. Ho was an enter
prising man. He had an affection for
Hueflner, aud had great regard for Huiff
er' pocket. Looking about tho city
tor a day or two, he said : "Hero I may
gamer in a uoiiar or two. Hoop-la !"
He rented a houtc, made '"Ifooji-la !"
!l I?0"-' !md bcKau war Ph Herbert.
AH ho tlcbMra ofk .aVprU. im
tnedlaUly declared for llutffnei'a'id he
Kautotoake Utaaad hls iioutK- th, hCW-
twn. "Utl giving 11 10 J.otj ," tlifv
,,m .t.T. -f. . i .'. "ly
Iter BMmV tad put into his tjocku
prat tf nsWt tlO,OWrlw sold out and
FMCi ncyvofk bfukiy lorutiitow
'testiest' and repudiate Bmliie.nnint
quietly went nway to other nndnener
pastures. W o do not icllret upon Huetl
ner. On the contrary, wo commend
him. Ho took up oiir'pcoplc for hU own
aggrandizement, and then laid them,
All the time of llurffnor's "run,"
Herbert, tho property owner, tax-payer
and Cairo man was keeping n good hnti'e,
and the men who were wishing his
business downfall and ltnnnc1.il ruin
were short-sighted friends ol Cairo. He
has come out "all right,' and is on better
footing now than ever lielore, a l.iot upon
which we conjrratulnte him.
But it Is this way all through. Articles
bought away from the city at higher
prices than they could he bought lor
here are esteemed by too nianv of our
people. "Foreign," dry-goods men, fur
niture dealers, clothier., grocery men,
and may wc say, printers ? are patron;-
zlod by not a few who mako their money
here and who gain nothing In purse, ov
quality by sending their money away
from home. "D n, such a otic," Is l he-
common o.prelon of many ; "ho ought
to be run our." And many of the mmy
who use this language, nre not tho moit
useful men in n community, but bum
.. . ., -, . . . .
mere ami ucu-iku men who nave
nothing, because they have been nil thtir
lives too lazy or too menu to work for
anything, while the man they nre talking
about Is one who by Industry and enter
prise lias prospered, and has Uvn a
great benefit to the city has built hoiirvs
and factories and mills which give i in
ploymcnt to hundreds ot lalmrer. It Is
trn. men ot tills kind are somctlmos
not always Ju,t. Occislonally
the pcrmli temper to mu
away wiui discretion, and, btcnmc
insolent becau'e tliey feed too nrll.
Becauw. they eui alway mskc cUp
greenbacks rustic m their packets, they
come to bclicvo they own the community.
If .John .tones, the editor, favors an en
terprise they dl? parage, they say. In an
gcr: "Take out my advertlsment troin
your psicr," and they go to St. Louis,
IxmUvlllfc or to dim Wlshwssby, the
Heathen Chinee priuter, for their job
printing. But because the rich hsvo their
inrirmities bi-cau they can uo more
than men of slender purses resist tho
Impulse to bo mean on occasions sliull
vc therefore wish them ont of our city i
shall w e therefore listen to Mr. liuffer,
the ballot-boxer, when he say; "Be
cause these fellows are. uot angels, yon
know, we must elect as our ollleers some
of the boys who will give 'era h 1. you
see?" ttcsay, "No." Let the enter
prising men be as petulant they plenM-;
let them get up on high horse1., mid ride
nst ; let them lie indolent at the risk of
being knocked down lor insults, hut let
us stand by them as citizen. They nro
making the city prosperous ; und even If
they aru advocates of policies not wise, it
is better to entrust tliem with the welfare
of the city aud its morality than Tommy
tho shoulder-liltter, dlminy the rough, or
Chawlci, the favorite of "the Haunting
What we need in Culro If the adoption
of the policy of "all together" all to
gether for the prosperity ol the city all
together lor the development ol lt in
dustries alltogethet' lor th r-lpratlon ol
Jts ;moral tone altogetlier all ot us lor
ench of u. VVc muit act tor tlie eltr. all
of us, altogether.
The Centralla fruit growers are talk
ing ot sending iruit to the Centennial.
Peoria lias issued a new city direc
tory and figure? up a population of 30
C39. The practice of (lebratiu Wash
liigtonS birth day will Ik; revved in
some places this year.
On Thursday morning, the Little
Wabasb river lacked tliree and a cuarter
Inches of reaching high water mark.
Mount Curmcl IttfuUr : 'Tamil
Isn't such a bad place alter all. It has
some redeeming traits, anil ouo of them
consists In jailing every throe-card inontu
man who comes into the place. It is the
only town in Kgypt where gamblers nre
.iolmsou County Vtoman: "We learn
that the 13th of February is the day set
to argue the contested cae for the Judge
ship of Johnson "county between Judge
Kuykendall and 0. A. Harker, Y.v. TJio
argument will take place at Cairo."
Jonesboro Claude : "Much rain him
bodly damaged the track of the Cairo
and St. Louis railroad betwevnthis placo
und Cairo. Trains cannot be run below
Unity and they havo to transfer passen
gers, baggage and everything else at that
place. Tho train, however, miike tholr
time us usual."
Tho Smith Mill, In Carinl, was dc
etroyed by tiro on Wednesday last. "The
entire loss," nays tho Cannl Cornier, "In
cluding about lire hundred bushel ot
corn and some flour, Is estimated to be
near f 10,003, upon which there was an
insurance ot .lo,0O0-illvlded among five
Efllngham Dimocrnt: "The siuall-pox
epidemic hi Casey is iuld to bo tearfully
on the increase, and of a very malignant
type, having already proved fatal In a
number ol cases, and at last accounts tho
eitlns of the town had resolved to sus
pend all kinds of bushier until the abate
incut oi the dtaease."
On last Monday, a construction train
on the Cairo nijd Vineeunes railroad
track, a few miles" above Vienna, collided
wiin a liand-car, and threw it oft" the
track; n Mr. Sharp, of Tunnel Hill town
ship, Mho wasluthu car, was Instniitlv
killed, and his sister, Mrs. Cox, wus dim.
gcrously wounded. The workme n on the
hand-car escaped Injury by Jumping off
Mr. aud Mrs. Berry Crebs, ot Whlto
county, the parents ol Colonel John M
Crcbn, celebrated their golden wedding
at the residence ol Colonel Creb on the
31it of January, Mr. and Mrs. Crebs
svvro marrle In Mlddlebury, Loudon
coiinty, Va.,ou tho 31st ot January, 1S23,
aud have been residents of Whlto county,
111., for the last forty years. They have
thrAtJiving children, Colonel Crebs, .Mrs.
Jatelo Williams aud Mrs. Mary Berry,
trndtwelvc graudchlldien. Colonel Crebs
Presented hl father with a'wagnlfloent
gold Uaadedcaoe, and his mother was
rrwtntqd with ppropr!ate gifts.
.jju i 1 1 1 . ..".a i. m. .-!!"
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
Women Stoiivditloii Httii- Tfirodaro
.Tlltnsi-Nri'liirjr S'tHinitlrr'is Flrnt
Rercpilpii-TliF Army Mill IVnvjr
Sumnlnl nnll-HMlui'lin of (Ml.
rle to Movcrnmpnt r.miloj-"i. vlr,
(Fintn nurlvRiitBr Cnmiemltnl)
WAsmxnTov, D. C, Teh. 2, '70.
Washington Is, Indeed, an nllllctcdclty '.
As If tlio contluunl nud wearying rounds
of reception", balls and parties wore not
enough, wc have been Invaded by n
"women's convention," nnd wo are to
have, Tiltont Tho ".strong minded" have
been in oloii In Tillmadge Hall for the
paM week, debating nnd ngitntiug the
uiicstlons ol women's rights and women's
wrongs; hut alas! Susan It. Anthony
was not there, and tho debates were like
an egg without salt, liku meat without
mustard. It Is said tliat It I tho fact of
Theodore TjltonV coming here that has
keptber away ; for ovor since Besie Tur
ner testified to Susan's sitting on Theo
dore's lap, she has been shy nnd kept at
n respectable distance lrom that person-
nge, never allowing herself to get near
him I Be thin as It may, her absence was
Celt severely, for she Is, without rxeoptlon,
th rmarte-t und most logical of these
femlnlno agiutoiv, eon if she Is n blue
stocking; a:id shnnlunyv draws well.
What good has resulted, or will result.
from this conveulion. which assembles
here regularly once a year, your corres
pondent has, ns ytt, been unable to dis
cover; it would (to borrow the sentiment
of a brother Journalist) seem that the
chief purpose ot these annual convention
IstogUethat great Institution, women.
an opportunity to organlrc u meeting.
elect IiomcII chairman, and hear hen-ell
talk. It is a charming amusement, harm
less and quite satisfactory to the partici
As I uid before, Theodore Tlltoii will
be here next wi-ek, to lecture on "The
Problem ot Life." It Is doubtful It he
will mivt with much, If any, uciv.
He lia advertl'vd himself i-on-ldenibly,
and some proplewlll doubtles-go froin
motive of curiosity to r the man rather
than to hftxr tilm. It now looks, almost,
a If the wiiole Beecher-Tllton sc-.mdal.
sshlch lis' jwssJ into hitory (and may
It rcr there:) wa little more than
shrewd advfrtilug dolge: that at
less:, the view, many intcllb-fnt people.
both in ami out ol Washington, takr
But I will drop Susan B., and T.T.
right hero, nnd give you n brief mttur of
the doings of the week. The two great
events in society were Senator Chandler's
reception, on Saturday, wid the Army
and Navy Centennial) ball, on Friday
evening last. The former was the Sr?t
reception given by the Secretary of the
Interior, nnd wa by fur the niott brilliant
affair of the kind al.-o. The Army and
Xury ball war, as always, a splendid
success, and vas attended by the t't'e of
jocJcty. When it U reuembred that the
day k-fore was Mrs. Grant's reception
day, aud that all our fashionable jieople
had to .-.-fist at all of thee "t-.rfonu-
unces," your readers inar coniecture
what a strain it is upon the mental and
physical jyWtT lo bo lueliionnble litre J
From Monday till Saturday night, with
out Intermission, our society people are,
as it were, In a maelstrom ot excitement,
If not enjoyment; for uch constant
fctnln upon the nerves can not be called
fry'oywn' In thy long run.
But this is a digression caused by the
many niimist.ikablc elgns of wearinos
and cxeos-ivo fatigue that I oberved at
the hop at the Khbitt Saturday night.
If our beauties could only se; lliem-lves
as othcr ?xc them, tn spite ol paint and
powder, after a tiresome week of excess,
they would gle thtui'elve. and ns a rest
oci.-aslonally ; and were it not lor the
lenten season, which nomt In giving
temporary relief Ju-t when It is moit
needed, a doeii or is of undertaker
could Hud proiitablu employinout. In ad
dition to tlioK! we have already, dm In;; a
Among the many notables picrciitut
Secretury Chandler's opening reception
were .Mr. ami .Mr. Fish, Postmaster
General Jewell aud Judge Jewell, Gov
eruor Dcnisuu, and not a few members
of the diplomatic corps. During the ear
lier houri of tho evening the crowd was
so deu.'o that It wus ilillleult to approach
the host and ho.te- ; hut as it grew later
more room was had and there w, a pos.
slblllty of coiivcisaliou, ,
'J hu rooms were (as on all uch occa.
nioii), filled with tluwers of the lumt c.v
qul.lte fragiimce, and the toilettes of tho
adies Were simply superb. Mrs. Chan-
dler wotua low cut, tlglit-lltllng bodice
of purple velvet, Willi a long train cov
ered with embroidered gau.e. The cor
sage and sleeves were trimmed wlih
polutlace; Juwelry, diamoitd-. Olio of
ihe haiid-oinesl and mo-.l costly dressy
was that worn by .Mrs. Tucker, of New
York, consi-tiugof u combination ol pink
silk iiwfre an(i'iie with claret-colored
velvet, trimmed with broad point lace
and looped up with bunches and garland?
Even nioro Inilllant was the grand
"Ceiitemiliil It.ill," given by the unity
mid navy ollleers stutloiied In Washing
ton, uu Friday last. Kpauleltcs and
hrius buttons always did liave a peculiar
attraction tor the fair -ox; aud It them
were yet any doubt of that fact, lasl Fr.
day would havo settled ihe question be
yond peradventure. Of course, the nriny
aud navy were represented in full forte,
nnd tho loveliest girls In Washington
weivjln dutifui;attendiiuce upon thu ous
ol Mar. Lady Thornton, tho wllu of tlm
Brltl.li minister, received tliu guests and
distributed tho favors; and one could uot
help thinking what u difference between
now and a hundred years ago whm
British lady (and mm ot nubility, too !j
could then have been found to distribute
favors to American ollleers? And iimong
thoso very favors n centennial banner,
having a vignette of General Washing
ton, then denounced as a traitor, and Ihe
figures of 1T;0 and 157ft! Truly "Tlrno
doth do most wonderful things I"
Yesterday (Sunday) brought u wel
come and much needed day of rest to our
exqulsltlcs ; for this evening,. thu great
.. ' i.t. . "
iiuiiscwiiriniiig" yuen j cx-uovenior
nnd Mrs. Shcpard comes oil, and thin
they nre lo he "on deck' again. Besides
day after to-morrow Hon. Fernando
Wood'agreat pirtyooine oil', nnd n don
or two of "lleiiiuiis" aro aNo under
lined lor tho week.
In no previous senon, not even In onit
btllutn days, has Washington bien si
gay, nnd il eongres sliouid fall to enact
legislation tending ) relieve tho financial
stringency so iniitti complained ot, it
may well he exeu-ii. lor there lj no evi
dence ot stringem " In money mtittiir
(.'I'TTINO DOS V SALAniKl.
Talking ol mono' (nhvaya a pleasant
subject) reminds ne of fno effort now
lielng made in coiiojs to cut down tlic
salaries of government cmployei. Ol
course thU propos lion meets with very
little lavor among tlm class It willcllect,
and strenttniix cir'rts nre being inado to
oppoe the bill tot ih reduction of salar
ies. But It remains uu uudisputi d f.ict
that clerks In the etnploi of Uuelo Sam
are paid higher wages than Is paid for
the perlormaiie. of the s urns chs of rcr
Vice by prlvif Individuals; and why
Uncle Samuel should pay more tlmn nth-
.is. .1.. IL hai il.i!irli f.i Ii.. l.ii. l'.....t ..i
... .. ...
I.IC? Ill'l I l,l, I'V '.II. t lll'lll' I
hundred dot irx a year Is a very comfort
able salary for n young man, to be .mv.
nnd It eiri''' nun to sitiend llieiecip.
lions ntl giTiiiiius punctually ; hut if
the same " rvlcu imii Imi performed ns
gooil fonU'ht oriiiuu liuudred ilollain u
year, wli then pay twelve? There arc
tlimi-atiu'' of capable young men and
winii'ii.i 1 over the countrv. who would
. -. . . . i
iladtv acivnl government situations ut
the reluct I salaries, aud who could pi-r-1
lorui tliu inactions ot tlu-lr olllee quite as
well ns the pre?c:it Incumbents. The
salaries now P-iltl were adopted during
the war. when expenses were very
much hlslier than at present ; since then
gold ha? wine down anil tho prices of
everything In prop'iitloii ; yet thesutnr
Ie nalil hv the government riimatns on.
elurigvd. aud based upon the prices of
war times. Let congress srn ti wnrit
and reduce the sul.irit-s, setting a good
example by commencing wlib Hulr own,
and millions ot doHsr. will bu savwl to
the ttie people anmullj . C.M.
A Iu Wrd to S rs-lilc nud llrllrnia- '
Ity K. V. lVree. M. 1.. oi tl World'.-Inspvn-ary.
HurUo. X. .. Auihur of i
1 tie IVoplr-V t .:nuion s-t iite Mtdical !
.dvi!r," vf.. j
Knowing tliat you are suhjeel to a '
grv:it amount of sum ring, that delicacy!
on your part lias a strong tendency lo I
prolong tt, and the longer It l negleeted
the more you have to endure swid the 1
more diltk-ult ot cure your case ht-coiiies,
I, as a physician, who am dailv con-ulted
by twires of your se.. desire" Ui sav to
you. tint 1 am constantly meeting with
tho-e who har txx-u treated
for their ailments for mouths with
out being benetltetl in tlm lest, until
thev have hecome jH-rfeetly dijcouraged
and have almost madu up their iiimd
never to Uike another do; of medicine,
or v: loruireu uy any nirilier irisiliuent.
They had rxili--cliu ami iiue their suf-Jt-ilngs
mdcU tlum to live and sutler us
they av. They -ay they nre worn
out by suffering, and are only nude
worse by treatment. Of nny thing mure
di-couraging. we certainly cannot con
ceive, and were there no more successful
mode of treating such diilleiililei than
that, tho principle? of which tea'li the
reducing and depleting of the vital rorces
of the system, when tins Indications dic
tatou trtattneiit din clly the ivversu ol
the one adopted for iheuUhWm-o w ould
In deplorable Indod. Itut, ladVMitlercrs.
there N a better ami far uiore'succcMful
plan of treatment lor you; one more in
harmony with tholawnndreqiilremuiitg
of your syistein. A lmrh. Irritating
caustic treatment and strong inedlcineb
will never cure you. It you would use
rational means, mhIi ns eomnion-sensij
should dictate to every intelligent lady,
take such medicines u- embody tin; very
best Invigorating tonli anil nurvines,
compounded with .sjhxI.uI relerenco to
your delicate system. Such a hapiiv
combination you will llnd in my Favor
ite Prescription, which has received the
highest praiso lrom thous.nids ol your
f ex. Tho-.u languid, tiresome -enatloiis,
caudng you to leelsvatceiy iililu to be on
yoiirket or ascend a ll!ghtoi,tidrs; tmt
continual drain thai Issappliigfrom vour
system all your loriuer i iK-tlelty. "and
driving thu bloom from jour checks;
Hut continual siriilu upon your vital
forces that renders you Irritable and Iret
liil, may all )n overconn; nud sub
dued by u pcrse.vcrlng u. 0f th u
marvelous remedy. Irregularities and
obsructlons to tho proper working of
vnnr svsli'lil nre n ll. vi.il In- il.l. i.ill.l .....I
sale means, whllo perlfMlle.il iiaius, Ihe
cxi-ii'iico oi wineii i a sure Indication o
serious dlseasii tlml sbould riot bo ne
L'lerteil. ri llllllv Yield tn II uml If lia in..
Im kept mi lor a n-.t-o'inlilr length o
nine, tuu special cau-c ot Uiese pains is
perinniifiiily reniovcd. rurthtr light
on tliepit subjects may be olitained from
Thf People's ('oiiiinnn S-nm .Medlnil
Adviser," In which I Have devoted a
largn spacp to tho consideration of nil
tonus of diseases peculiar lo vour sex.
This work will b" iiost.pnld to" nnv ini
tio fin receipt of 51 W). My favorltit pre
scription Is sold by druggists.
Blake A Co.
B. F. PARKER,
faints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVull Paper, Window Olnss, Win
dow ShndCB, 8ns,
Always on li.nni, iv rltbrnlwl tllurtilrmtlni;
a neon a oil.
Oomer ElovmUj BtTet and ait)nK
Jon ATSnuB .
KAIU X3XSLX0 HBn,
NOltTlI SIDi: OF EIGHTH HTRKE1
Between Washington and tOotamerolal
GOOD m S6 SUKBRSII
VlVrZZai',v. ywojiM net niiitoodi
nni i nil iv ilniVL.,. f. - ii . ?. . ' "''u
WARBKO C21IUIHE CLSAR HAVANA
...yi. inrii .i. nj teiuiiK i, , n.RlfH ur nl lli mine
ny Hiipmni ne u .inaii; nKrui; III 11 lly , the
i rM.-nt". mm ktr ii ii ii i no hu.i iv fir n. i wir.
i iiiu.ri, iiii'I thurmsei'H,
I CiVO tlXOm a Trial
Sole Agents, Cairo, Ills,
Importor and Wholesale Doalnr in
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - CAIRO, ILL.
Koopa a full stock of
HLonlrLiolsLy 10 oui-bon,
Monongahela.Rye and Kobinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN
KELLV ISLAND AND rALIFORXFA WINBS.
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
The Peoplo'fl Remedy.
Th Univerflnl Pain Ext nctor.
Not: Aal: for Pond' Extract.
Tuko uo otticr.
'llfjr lor I wilUu-alsof r.vtlKut lldnss
Injiirlct to llitu or ItniMts,
, Knlld, Kriliaiit
Mriilox, Hpnilm, Contu-
1 nifliirt-v Ciili, Ijiuru
, tul or Incl.i-il Wuiinils.
P.. niic s.iiiicn,
W . BpllllllSOlliluoll
V .otn Ulcvil.uiiil J1U
11... ''in Uunis or Teeth
ylS OlllltlllKOl' DltMMl
m llloyly DUeluirxo.
'iiiieiiinic i.iiiicn, or
I'llci - lllreilliiK I'llrs,
iniii'j niH, tiniallliilc )
ralnU, Hurllnl Kucv.
Stiirni'M or Soreuin.
Sore Tliroat orUulasv,
1 IIn, .txtliiuii.
Sore or InHnmiM Krcs or
Hor' .MpiiU-H, luilmnsil
I'filiifnl or loo I'rolUst
Slilli l.vir, Omrliin Ills.
I f UrtM Mini 'I llliifirH
PiEMEDYJ..." " H'"1 s 1 wjurj
iiuiiiiKK ami r.
tluus of IniuuN, or
Viirifoit, Velim. i;n
lurKcil r InlLiiniil Viiim
Ulei-nt. Old hurt, luff
Hull, (Jurlmiiclm, 'In.
mrirM. Ilni SwHIupa.
I uri.M uml lIuni'MiK, cluit-
t or .Sure Km.
t'liiiliiilto.lluriiriiii or &n'I-
I -liii or WliliUiw, Fro't-
id l.lmliK nr I'urts.
Mominlio IIHrN. In.tcl
oiiiik') t.iiupioi jmiiud,
IMIXn'M KXTIUfT la lormlehykll I'lrnl
C'Iiini llriiiricliilN.aiiil ricoiiiiiic.iilolliy
nil llriiUKl"!', l'li nli-.Jaim , nl cry
body wliu liuo ner u.l it,
fiiliiililfl ixintuiiiiiiKllliiliiryiihil L'Ffunmll
il irt-c on uiijilli-Htluii, If nut fouudutyour
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
41W-IWIJ "rh ,OU',U"'
otiluinen in tilt Umtcit
iiiiii'k, t aniuiit unit l.ii.
ni'n' lei in uu low im
Xllm.e nf imy oilier rell.i
Wjlilr Iiiiiuc, Ciillesiioii
ilt'iico linlteil in the fcrnr
uu unit i iriKii uiiKuiiKi oo intiuorwi i-
.(IB... ..I ...an .....I ..II...- l-t...... .. II..
i j a i., ,., miii, inn i --iiiitmiis, ,-iiri:iHii
wlih Uiiim who hup luvl ihi'iri'H.t rvjerlil In
Hit- ImmU nfothrr attinni'jt. In rijirttil ruse.) ,
our Iiiti uir rrivoiiiihli'i nt. 'I 'no
imlcsi wo are siicrerflil.
chuigc i nimic '
If you Wuiitn )'it-
I "id or Vkilclli niel u
fC lllll ilrMrlptluil ol'
-'W.i U-lll in. In ....
fxsmlnntinnnl tln patent offli-c, uml II ro thluk
It paUlitatilt'. will wml you paiiors ami udvlrr,
Hint proscriiti.' yum- ra.e. Our foe will l In or
dinary unci, IfiS,
I I Ovul or wiltli'ii in nmtti-raio-
Kill, nx-Cotomlisluni-r of Poll ill-,
tilmlnml. otiiu o. II hillry, Ksr,, Htc'v
Nailunsl (iranKf l.ouUvilU, Ky Couiniololc
Dan'l Arunifii, II. S, N. , WikIiIiikIoii, 1). (!.
IE-.-Sf ml Blimii for our 'liiilile for obtain
IniiTaiiints," a Uookorwpni'es.
AilJi"" i-l.oiiU Hnififer A- Co., Snlli'l
tors of I'ntoott, WaiUlogton, 11; 0.
n i i
Clitar an you would wish to unoka fa
oU'ir .Mttniin cliinri cull iiiHliif!n Clifarof
FILLED C15AP. FOP FIVE CESf !
mlr im ill r. I. .,. nr.v. . r. X...
o..nceiilr.ili! their I , i.V.rTr- h.l. I.
r.ir him n.n.i...Tu ..... ,
"i lurnume, wircon.
and b Cfiavlne.il
The Gamble Wagon I'
SUII U I tSKK XHtlill IH
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CEXAFX8T WAOOK MAN.
nut uTACTony, omo levee
"Wour Thirth-Fourth Street
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE A Nil COMMERCIAL
Munufucturoabia own Horao Bhooa and
i can Aaaure Good Work.
, PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
STRATTON & BIRD,
A0KNT8 AMKRIOAW POWDEU 00.
57 Ohio Lovoe.
0. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 70 OHIO LEVEE
Ol'l'.CIAl. attcuttDii kIvoii torxnnlirnmonU auil
7 ,llll.. nnlwi
J-OHN H. MUI.KHY,
Attorney at Lam
OFFJCKt At rfililentti on Ninth 8lrw, U.
twwn wsitiiiurton svenue nml alnnt St,
Joal of Southern
j WllUtcmtfsitly oppose tlif jiollrles ol th
' Kepuhllcan lmrty. nd refusf to be trsm-
molloil ,. Ilia itlctsttiitiol mi r clique In the
' it litdocn tbst llic Itepubllcan psrty tin
I rultlllid IH inl'Hloo. and that lh i)tao
i orntlc psrty ai uuw organized iboiliu t-e re
stored to power.
It liellcTcs tbo Hsillckl tymniiy that b
fer several yens opprseted the .Koutti
should bo overthrown sad the people f J ina
Houtlicrn .Stales pcrmlttfil to control then
It liellnvus that railroad corporatlou
houlil l.o prohiblUd by IctlatUc rr.tcK
minis from extorliii aud unjustly dtKiim-
Inatln In tliclr buslncM transsctlons with
I th public.
It rccosul7e the equality ol nil men b
foro tits law.
It uilocal Iree comtuerrc larld for
' revL'tmc only,
It uitrocatc rcmiciplion of spoilt- pay
mint, and honrst payment ol tho public
It ailtncates oeoiioin) in tbo ailmiuUtrv
ttnn of public, nltulr.s
AS A NEWSPAPER
The ISiiIU'IIq will pulillsh all lUe lorai new.
ol Cairo, unit a varlotv ol Comnisrclnl, i'o
lltlcal, Kori'li(n ami Cinicral Ksw, nn'J en
Uciivor tn plc.vc all tstf ami Interest ill
Is a thirty-two voitunu paper, tunniictt tc
subsi'iibrtii lor the low pilrn nl
$1 25 PER YEAR,
1'ootiixr proputil. It In tho olioupest p.'iptt
in tlio West, ami is it pleasing Klrsnno
Visitor tml Family Companion.
Cannot fall to oo tho v "ivaloil linlnte
ments offered by Thu Ilulletln In tho way
ol ctifsu nml prnfltal'lp nilverllsfinpn'r