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BY JOHN H. OBBRLY & CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, NOVEMBER 28, 1870.
ONLY DAILY PAPER INGYPt
Br mi ILAL
The llO-pound nuggst of pprcnt1y
piito copper recently picked up In Cedar
towmhlp, Monroo county, Iowa, I now
declared to ba an aorulitc.
It Ii announced that tho Pro-tdunt hat
ordered a military force to bo neat to
(ioorln to preserve tho peace during the
coming election. Tho results of Federal
nterfarenco In the New York election
wcro o eminently ittiifactory, '.ve suppose,
that tlu same policy will now tie applied
throughout the country.
Til Worcester .Vpy, nftar contlderlng
the habits of u number of very old men
ay: The moral, if tbey tench any, ifcin
to bo that If you can batatitfled with a corn
paritirely thort life jay ono hundred and
forty year you may eat and drink what
nd m much ai you pleaie ; but If you as
pire to live much bjyond your third half
century you inuit conflno yourself to a diet
of vegetable, aod drink certainly not more
than two ghutt of brandy dally
SoLlitxu whoiorvcd during tho lute re
union, and wera entitled to bounty under
the act of July 28, 1MB hould remembc
that the time for Ming tuchclalmi it Km
Hd to the lit of Itacomber next. I f they
save net already lied tholr claim, they
should do to at onee. It will be remem
red tkatthe act referred to granted $I0q
bounty to eoldier who orved threo year
and $50 to thoie who served two year.
31 oat of the claim under thii act haro boon
paid, or at leait presented, but there may
be a few not yet filed.
Tab official return from the Second
District snake a very bad tbowlng for Mr,
Jrara worth, and demomtrate a rapid
growtn or unpopularity. Two year ago
Je wm elected by a majority of U,4IH. He
lbn received .0,72.5 vote against 0,207
for bl Democratic competitor. TbU yenr
e receive but S.30C votos. He had two
competitor Mr. Bithop, Democratic
and Mr. Bloushton, Temperance. The
oatblnod vote for these two ti 8.M5. So
that Mr. Farntworth It really a minority
Congressman. A fuw more such falling
ot, aad tkesUte would bare gono I)m
The Cairo ,S'm of Saturday aays :
We kave neglectoJ to refer to tho labor
performed lu we interest oi me iiepuuu
en riartv. durine tho lait canvas in thlt
county, and we only now refer to It In order
to rtturn the thank of th pnrty to all
who did work tor success, mm our reader
and all interested will excuse us if we
oipodally mention tho name of Ocorge
Plttttr, Kq, V. S. Surveyor ut thi port;
Casper Yot, Doputy U. A. Atcsor, r. II.
Pope. Km.. Col. George W. McKealc, P.
Al., Geo. JI. Scat", Capt. D. Hurd, ft. It.
Hay, M. L. Dunning and Col. J no. Wood,
all of whom wero faithful in sosion and
out of season, and nri entitled to the re
tnembrance of thoso in power, ui well n
tbcee belooginf to the party who took no
active part In tbe canvas except to catt
What nay "the colored troops that
fought to nobly" to this marked Might
this black ingratitude? (icorgc
Fiahor, U. S. Surveyor; Caspar Yost,
deputy U. S. Assessor, 1 II. 1'opo, ex
Substitute Droker; . W. McKcaig,
Postmaster; D. Hurd, Normal Com
missioncr; S. II. Hay, Into V. S. Itev
cnuo Collector ; M. L. Punning, doputy
U.S.Survcyor; . !I..Seac, Supt. lr.
S. Custom House, and Col. John Wood,
Uto ditto, "wore faithful in hcasou and
out of season and are entitled to the re
membrance of those in power, as well as
those belonging to tho party who took
no activo part oxecpt to cast their bal
lot." Ha ingratitude over gono far
ther than this ? Whito Radicals who
aro Hitcking, and have surfeited, at the
public teats are the only ones
that ore thought
iug of tipecial mention
The men who havo been, or are being paid,
iu dollars and cents for their devotion
to party, are tho only Radicals in the
city that are publicly thanked. The
negro Shores and Mr. Arrick, tho
negro' Bradley and Mr. Kd. Wittigi
the negro Strother who narrowly escaped
arrest on a charge of "careless" wear
ing, and John Cahill ; tho negro Bird,
who canvassed three or four counties iu
tho interest of Pan Munn and the Rad
ical party; the negro Scott and a host
of other negroes who polled au aggre
gate of thrcohuudred and twenty-five
votes not one of this number receives
the poor return of empty thanks I The
nine white office-holders and contract
ors, oad ez-offioe holders' and ex-con-tractors,
who stand as the ropresenta
tive men of the one hundred and fifty
wliUe Radicals of tho city, aro named
aa deserving of "grateful remembrance,"
while the men wlio ropiesciit the threo
hundred andtwenty-iive black Radicals,
the men who saved .the party from a
moat overwhelming and, disastrous de
feat, receive no return not ono of
tl:em is thought to bedexcrvmg of such
unsubstantial pay, as newspaper men
tiou 1 We nre glad that it in left to a
Iladical sheet to betray thtounparallolcd
Jack ion Connly lliwi'
Tho Democratic Sheriff of Jackton
county wb. elected on the 8th Instant by a
majority of toven vote.
Crjb enrried Jackson county uy a
maiorltv of 41 vote; Wathburn, Demo
crat, beat Huodluy, Iladical, for a scat In
tho Stato Kenuto l'J2votwj a Dtfit.ocrHtlc
thoritrwai elected; all the other olUco In
tho oounty exeopt thofo of Jtcproiontatlvo
and Coroner, aro tilled by Democrat, yet
the CurUjiidalfi -Y'lo Era put Jackwm
down in a Hudlcnl county. u woulun t
caru to havo a few more such Iladical
John A. Logan detilc that h3 lm any
connection with the now party movement.
Hit denial doen't, iu tho leuit, diiniiiult
the probability that ho h ronneetcl with
The Carbondalo Xev I'm ay that lu
the noxl Congre the Iladical majority
will not bo dimlnUhed ten votes. M'o are
not permitted touppHcthat the AVaman
does not know any bettor. Ho is simply
guilty of an attempt todwlvo hit rvadi-r.
Tho Democratic gain, thut far, ! SO mem
ber. The editor of the Carbondnlf paper
ays tho Iladical party has weakened
ltelf by casting out corrupt mem
br. Thvi party undertook u her-
curlcan job. Nobody it siirpn.od at It.
c.xhauitlon. Jly tho time It get
through with lit corrupt men, the only
thing that will bo left to remind the poo.
plo of tho party, will bo a dtthonorod
name ami a hateful nmmory.
It tho Democratic p.irty victorlout?
CurhtjtiJale .Veto Kra.
If vou told tlt truth, U wjk, and tho
official Ugures of tho late elections lo not
lie, ff M.
Wn do not yet bellevo that the tilth dh-
trlct i without hope. With n full turn
out In 1872, and our local feuda ended, we
Ullnvo the Kadicul will n-gain the di
trlct. VarhotuiaU Xtio Kra.
If'h.tp- def.irrel makcth the heart
tick," thu ixlltor of the -Vnr AV is dettln
ed for a vert 'evor-s an 1 protracted spoil of
lu fouiity limit
Tho wlitnr of tho (inlconda lltralil
avow, lilimelf liottno to a war wiwt r.ng-
. . . '.I t
and as u means to vitalizo tho Iladical
partv. Ho Uoetn t tmnK uio .iaiauta
claims, which Hutler would ui t u pro
toxt for uch a war, aro of tuiUolent Itn
portancA to go to war abo'.it. He ii, thoro
foro, oppoje.l to to tho proposed war, con
Idorcd in either view of tho case.
A l'retbytorian rovival I in progro.s
n Golconda. There havo boon nine addi
tion to tho church, and on Friday last tho
lit') rest was unabated.
Tho following Horn arc taken from thu
Golconda llrraMot l.tt week:
Tho dwelling on 31 r. J. .1. Sim's fnrin.
.1.1 ln:l.niMil t. H ...
one dav last week.
it tooK nro iroiu a an-
.Mrs. Itovalty, mother of Mr. Samuel
loyalty, living near Culumbu, in thi
ountv. catmht lire to her clothes last
week'nnd. beforo it could bo oxtlncuiihcd.
tho was to badly burned that alio diod on
last I hurway. 1 no ucceaiou was uvcniy
tlvo vcars o'f age, and a very etlinablo
On la.t Sunday there wa Ulvinu er
at Intiiretiof tho churches iu town; u
thing which hat not occurred beforo for
wtno length of time, but wlueli should bo
reiMi ar u thu Uav comw. 1 Hero teems
ii be it more geiinral Interest tiikon Iti re-
liiriou nllalr bv our people than tor a
number of yearn, and we tru.t it will bo
-Gun. ltaum inform us thut there will
bo but littlo dltUculty to meet or overcome
n L'cltlni: tho necessary fiihtcrmtlon for
the construction of tho Northwestern road;
that the people of l'aducah nro very favor
ablv tmpre.trd with It, and will, without
dotibt, tubseribo liberally to this end.
-From all part of the county we have
received tho most nattering reports of tho
flno condition of the growing wheat crop ;
and, If not Injured during tho winter, the
yield next summer win no uirgo ami oi
tlrt-rato quality; nnd, provided, lho.om
plication iu Kuropo result in a general
war, will return our farmer a handsome
amount of money.
Wo aro Jutl informed of a turribh af
fair, which occurred lu tho edge of John
son county, near Glendale, on the tilth
intt., which resulted in tho mortal wound
ing of a man by tho naino of Tho. "Welsh.
Tho particular as near us wo could gather
thorn aro a follows: Welth, who I repre
sented a rathora desperate character, wa
a tonitnt upon tho larin of Mr. Joioph
Harpor, and was receiving hi thare of the
rent corn, which Jno.andJas. Harper, tons
of Jos, Harper, wero hauling to his house,
which, It seems, ho was disentitled with;
stating, that they only brought him nub
bins. Ono word brought on anothor, until
tho damned lio wa6 given, whon "Welsh
started into tho houso declaring that hn
would shoot thorn; as ho ontered tho door
Jamca Harper drew hi rovolyor and shot
him, and followed hint into tho homo
shooting a ho went. "Welsh fulled to nnd
his pistol where ho had put It,
as it had been removed by his wife,' and
began running around a loom to escape
tho shot. He then came round nnd lcized
James Horpor and took tho pistol from
him, hut before ho could uie it, Jno. Har
per snatched it from him' and shot him
thrniiirtittinnhniitrlpr. Thev then kBOckl'd
him down with stones ami kicked' him a
numbor of tinio, breaking hit jaw bono,
cutting hit upper lip off and knocking all
hit front teeth out, and left him in a dying
condition: and, probably, boforo thi time,
bo is dead. Tho two Harper boys came
through thi place, on Inst Monday night,
making their csenpo. Another couso as
signed for tho difficulty, rotlccts upon the
chattily of "Welsh's wife.
Joluiioii Coitnly Ittmi,
Tho editor of tho Vienna irffry thinks
"tho Iladicnl pnrty Is stronger to-day than
It was ten years ugu," Yes. As a ftonch
it is atrongcr In tho nostrils ot tho people.
It Is a remarkable fuct.that the Ilad
ical party is given to biennial tit of su
pinenc's. Kvery two vears it is seized
with apathy. In 'CO It' rallied; In 'C2-it
failed to do It duty ; in '01 it was a glnnt
again; in 'M it went nearly under with
Johnson, Vitnnrt Arirry.
Tho object ol thu.trfry Is to nttributo
the recent defeat of tho Iladical party to
tho fact thut this is tho "off year." "Wo
arc glad that tho poor follow 1 not without
means of consolation, uniubttantial though
they be. Now, It Is well known to every
person who'o knowledge runs back four
yean, that thu "off year" of 1K0, was
one of gunoral disaster to the Democratlo
party. Logan was elected to Congress by
the largest majority over given to u Rndi
rul In Illinois; tho Radical majority in
Congress wa16S; only 11 vo States gnVo
Democratic majorities, nnd Radicalism
held two-thirds majorities in nearly nil tbo
"loyal" StatesJJ.egMatures of tho Union.
So, after all, the, "off year'' argumont
Iin't ''worth shucks."
Our majority in Congress I not a
largo as before. Yitnna Artery.
So, Sir. At tho preiont time it falls
inert just Hxty. it I larger, how over,
than It will over bo again.
Wo copy the following purugraph from
the In-1 number of tbo ArUry :
Timet aro dull in, Vlcnua. Mflnoy I
excucdlngly scarcoand everything looks
Thorels on great nuUancu that must
be broken up In (hit place, aud if talking
will not do It, a resort mutt bo had to
harsher reu.edio. That i thu, praetlco of
tho few youugtturs who reort to the pott
office, of meeting , thoro for the purose of
raiting n general row ubout mail time, by
loud talking, low vulgar swiMirllii'. wrest
ling, singing and pluying on ruttle-bone,
harp, lit. Sometimes it is almost impossi
ble lo carry on a conversation or to hoar
lue utluol Hiopltf asking Tor moils.
Tho District Convention of tho M. K.
church, for Cairo iJMrict, meets in this
place on the'.'oth, -'1st nnd I'-M of Decern
ber. At there Will be iiLjut '') or CO
preuuhert and layi . 'ii l,. ro it will bu tie-
eeiar tor to' ciiik)Iis to nmke tome ar
rangements for theentcrtalnmcnt of mem
ber and visitor,. Thoro will bo amccliug
held at thu church forthepurjiose; all cit
izens interested in thu tuceess of the enter
prise are earnestly invited to uttend, and
contiJer thcmsolvcs us a part und parcel
of all the proceedings. Wo sincerely hope
iuiii imr jnuce mi muw us iiueruiity in
the reception Jnnd entertainment of thoe
S.nllaflii Con nt)' Ittiue.
The Democracv lose liotli branche cf
the llllnol Legislature. Slmunretoicn
U it jwitlblo that thu editor of the Mer
cury, does not know that tho Democracy
did not havo control of either branch of
tho Legislature? How could they lose
what they did not havo ? Thrr'o aro very
few editors In southern Illinois that act
upon the preemption that tholr readors
arc blockheads, and tho Mercury man hat
written himself down ns cue of tho num
ber. Tho editor of tho Shnwiieetown .Vrr
ettry affects to believe that TiikCaiuo Ilct
l.KTIN contributed nothing toward tho do
feat of Munn, What that editor believes or
dMielitiTf it a matter of noeonseipience to
ti whatever. Sineo Mr. Munn fell fnrth
r.t behlr.d his ticket In those localities
where Tin; Htm.kti.v circulated most
oxtenMvely, we nro abundantly satittled
with thu renlt, and do not propose to lose
I a single ''wlr.k" of leop on urcount of tho
I Iiittk, of tho Shawneetovvn Mercury
eontlnuos to squirm under tho stinging el
ection truth promulgated by TllK lli'L-
' I.KTIN. H' ttrango that ho can't over
come Ins abhorrence for truth.
Wo copy thn following brace of para
graph from tho local columns of tho last
llcavv hogsold iu this market, yc
terday, ut $! and H.OO net.
Mr. J. 1). Hlcheson has already com
menced packing pork.
MitMnc County Itruin,
Wo present below n budget of local
Items gathered from tho columns of tho
Metropolis Time, of last Saturday:
Tho pokn factory of Yost, Uigolow A:
Co., is constantly running, and their float
ing sawmill is hardly able to keep them In
timbor. This llrm Is noted throughout the
West for tho Miporiority oflts work. ,
Our pioplo nro beginning to rcallr.e
tho necessity for organizing tociable,
mite societies, etc. Wo havo now a Meth
odist ini'.o soeioty, a Presbyterian tociable
and n young folks' inlto tocloty lu HCtive
At Cutting A Wood'i. shipyard, tllo
niammotli wharfloat built by Vlcksburg
parties, was launched on lust Thursday ;
ninny doubts wero entertained ni to
whether o largo and maslvo a boat could
be launched at so great a distance without
a mishap, but Captain Cutting's skill car
ried her through all 0. K. A twin wharf
boat to the one jutt launched, and far par
ties at Vicktburg, who are competing wish
the partite who contracted for the frst, Is
in courte of deesrttctlon j alio, a tug hull
nnd steamboat hull on tbe latter of which,
the Cumberland's machinery will be
1,1st of tbe Members Elect of the
House of Representatives.
Ilottr (tie I'artlea ssre Dlvldttl. Taie
Jlceettsta Sitformsr. Al
Tho following is n list of members of
tho Forty-Second Congress. The Demo
crats are iitdic.ied by . V
Hist. Uitt. . ..
1 HuJ.H Turnr. 4 Charles iltytt,
a Chat W itiickle;, & M'etcr M box,
3 V A llsndlry, (gain) e "J II Slots,
1 1 M Hanks, S iotM Edward,
Three nifinUr lo elect in 8plintr,lt71.
Kour mi-mtier to elect In Jtorll. t;i.
B T UiKS
ruiiis. 3 h Mbhrk.
tell tncuiUri" to lot la DsrftmUr.
At-tJirc. i A Ixigto, T Jess It Moor, , ,
1 Clitttl Kwfli, t JOKol.lnoii,(KlD)
1 John KarnKworth Thftmson W McMiely,
a lloratle O oarcliard. IS K V Itice.
4 Julmll lUwIfj, 11 HMtrhll,
2 ll S f.tHW, txtio) II John it Hr.
e llniinnC Cook, IS Jonn M Crbs.
1 stVin KNibltvk, 7 ! D Manson, Igsln)
2 M C Krr, a JuSTiwr,
3 Win H llnlninn, 9 JI'CHhnk,
4 Jr Wlison, 10 Win Williams.
5 John Coburn, M Jasj-or raektnl,
c Iii.l W Voitis.
1 no WMcCrarv, Mivllson M Waldna,
A It Cf.lum, A Krnk VV Pa mr, ,
3 W U Uornisr, Jnekson Orr. ,
iKsiit 1 Lowe.
t mwrit Crotnit,
a -It Ii Mellrnrr,
3 Joaeih,ll twl-,
J "twijj Wlnttislr,
Wm E Arthur.
7 Js B Bwk,
Hia U Adains,
i JoUa M Clco,
t I,'nnt A VhsMon,
3 C It ltarrrll.
4 Jaaa KoClecij,
J Krtnk Moiey,
4 John A Plrs,
1 Kuxene Kale,
1 Julio I.JDCll,
'1 Wm PPr. '
1 .4inii-l M.ml.l.tf.n BjoKn Mlchl.
5 inison Arclivr, 5 Wm M Mmck,
3 TliutnM Hwane.
I Ji Ilutnnttrn, " Nilinlfl PR-ink.
t tJk Aein-., ; JI llronkf,
J Uin'ry TmteliHI. " V llnir,
4 H.mii. l Hooir, '' Win II Ws-huuro,
6 Iteai V imtlrr, t" ll'nry I. l)t s.
I II. nrv u'lililrun. .'. I'lmr It I'on.'r.
i Wm I.SlouiiliU.u, t;Jnl.0 isulhvrlanil
3 Amlin lll.lr. (mill)
4 'I homss W I'rrry.
t Msrlc H Dunnfll, i John T Arerill, (gsin)
1 0 V. llHrrl. 3 O C MrfJf. ,
t 1 L Morris, 6 I.grnd IV rirce,
a U W lurrs.
! Krttu W!l, r. 'Abmhsni Cuiningo,
2 Ouslnte A rinkrln- (Rain)
lairs. 7 lUfarktr.
3 J It MtCorwiek, h Jitmee t ItUIr,
4 II K lUrrst, S .nir King, Uo)
3 a S llurdttt.
'i, w KooJ.II, (xln),
tttw ssaris at.
Tlir aitinUr tot rlKled In Msreii, UII.
, isw ;in!.
1 Joliu W HaMltou. 4 Joliu Hill.
S rSatiiUKl U Korkr. 8 (iro A li.hoj, (lain)
IT U'.n k Whrrlrr.
I Iwli;lit Tuonl,
llnrr W Mocum,
Wm It lllrl,
.mull Kly, Jr,
In John M Crrull.(Kln)
lu Elisur it I'fiiiJic,
tM Clinton 1. Merriuni,
.I Kill. II llnUTls,
U Win V. Uum,
ii Unlit 11 Uurll,
21 Jnhu KBoclur,
tS Wmlt l.iiilMirt,
Sil Jlilj UociJrlcli,
.'7 II tioariliumiBinlth,
at Krrnian Clark,
'it Sell) Witkeiiinn,
10 ('lurk.on N lknilr.
It rlnilf.Ht John.
i Jahn II Ivftohuiu,
It .losrnh H Tatht.l.
1 1 OLll
at "ttm William. ia"l
IS J M Wsrreu, (tfitiu) III Wnlwr l.ilo.
"John lioxr, (Kiln)
1 Clinton I. C.ibli. S Ma M l.f iw i, Uaifl
2 Ch- ItTliomai, r. oKiar.cl hslioiwr,
3 A M W , , (kuIii) 1 ') C llfir, Ualu)
I r7IOn II KUl'IS, IKUIII)
I A V P.-rrr, ( un) II Joint t Wili.1,11,
Joh KMKtnuon, IS Vn Truni.,
3 L H Cmpbll, main) 13 'tlo W lorn,
4 J F Kinney, lgm) II Jhui ,Mmiio,
5 Chai.t. Uiiiiboii, lf Vf t'ttpiagur,
U John A bmlth, Ii: J iIiuA liliiKh.cn,
7 H4tnurl HielUwi, 17 Ja-iib All llr.
S Jolmlltaltr. Is Win II Uu,
I) Clias Kii.Iit, (Kain) V Jk A ilsrnld,
in K l IVok.
1 lo-fli II Hlalrr.
I amiirJ lUiiilall, 13 t'litsr M r. u',
2 .1 V Crreli-y.
It Jolm It I'a.'kr.
3 l.ennanl Myrrs,
4 Wm U Ki'llf v,
6 Alfred I! llsrnifr,
n 'K I, Ackni,
t J I. til'U.
u OIItit J liu-kry,
10 JJt Killlniifr,
11 Mi J llalilHiinn.
10 HfMf:i, (gala)
17 'II M fl'i'f, lualn)
VJ 0 W HchotlelU.
20 Samuel Oiinilh, (g'in)
21 II Kater. Klti)
' Ju H Ni'ul..r.
11 John llhl'itms. . , ti r ,,,,.!(
12 MJiShoi inukrr(K'o)2 W Jli-OIUnd, Ottin)
i Klxnvter NoJiirkin,
1 ilm T liaa e. S J ' I'ondleton.
sonii i ici-iss.
1 J II llHlnr y. a B H Klllolf,
2 It U VrlAW, 4 A H Wallaci'. .
1 U it Butler. K.'ii,i,ltt.?' v
2 iloi wo Jl nar.1. 6 W.?,,h1l"'',V,? I vn)
3 A l liarrrtl. (gam) 7 H I ahlwrll. (gain)
4 J M llriglit, (gaiu) J W m W aughn, (g'n)
Kour iii.hiiIh.iii lo elect nail )fr.
1 Ch a W Wlllard, 3 Wastilnntoli Cdinlth.
2 Luke l IVIIard.
1 Jolin Cnh-lier, (gain) 4 B T W Duke,
2JHI'lall, 0 J Til an Is,
3 17 II Porter, 7 'K M llraiton,
4 W II llblowoll, s sWrn Trry.
1J J Davis, (ksIe)
2 J V Mcare
3 F HereforJ, (gtln)
1 Alei llltcliell, (Kiln) 4 0 A Kldrldnc,
2 O W Hailf ton, S I'hlletua Sawtr,
3 J A Bsrbfr, t Jrf mlah M ltutti
llop. Dtin. RfPin. Trot.
', , t'ZZ
U-.l VI 112 I'.. 41
Of tho live States yet to elect, the follow
ing it a fair estimate:
Hfp. Item,. Iter. 11 f.
California... ..a .1...., 3
ConBtr-tlent 2 2 1 ,
(Icorgta 2 t ,
Taraa J...... 2 2
U IS 10
Whole number of KrpuUlnans
Wfcolo numhrrnt H.inocrata -
V. New Discovery i )
H7"X Hdfl 1 A .
T a.K A JS. JU 3.U.M.m
SalvWion for the Hair
Ftr Restoring to GW Hair itt
Phaion's "VitaIY difTcri
utterly from jpfthc 44 dyes,"
4 colorersilnd 14 restorers "
(?) in jjjwc. It acts on a
totally different principle. It
is Hmpidfragrant, and per
tectly irmocQvtiu. precipitates
ao muddy or ilacetulent mat
ter, requires no shaVng up,
and communicates notain to
the skin or the lineil. No
faptr curtain is nccjiary to
conceal its turbwrappcarance.
for the si
reason that it is
It is, to all intents
SCS, A NEW DISCOVIRV
Phaian's "Vitalia" is
warranted to effort a change
in the color of theffcur within
lO days after the firstiipnlica-
uon, tnc direction Dting
IT IS AS CytfkK AS WATER I
AND lAS NO SKU1MK.ST.
Price, One Dollar orr IJox.
C0N-rvNi.su itvu Mirrn.s.
Sold bv ALif)Ru
If your Druggis!1.
14 V Italia" on
closing $i oq.
ri7 Broad'UMv, N. T
i. ii mm
TllK P.VVIS VKUTICAIi I KKIs
Tke t ouili'tehl, Mni)lrst ami
Sewing Maihliie IiiUm'.
Cor, 811) SI & Washington Ave
Tho dYmnn.l for tho IUVIH HKWINIi MACII.
INK in lh Atlanlie tttatoa, wIutii they aro Iw.t
known, nmi lierv they iiiihint all other", Is
greatu Iliau run U atiiplli'il,
Ilnessr fallain any kiml of work. It is ainiie,
consialinu of n few trotig mrts, ninl its eitn !
fee l vniet it to tun nsor aeania and tu turn vt
nrra without uliange of aliloli or tonainn,
Clotliiug ami Oliiro manufartuirra infrit lo
til olliera, anil lliat it ia Jutl thu thlox for familr
Mewing overyboJy wil I ackuowledK11 after exam.
Mtasra. Ilmlers hare aeverul ane ami ilitlerent
alylea of finish, ninl recctfolly intito allalio
BEST SEWING MACHINE
Manufactured tngit lhma call before purclia.
Call uutl tirt a Circular.
L(N & Son,
umco ot J. 2. BOBBINS,
A20 North Eighth Bu, Philil ,
A color and dressing that will
not burn tho hair or injure the
It does not produce n color
mechanically, as the poisonous
It gradually restores the hair
to its original color and lustre,
by supplying now life and vigor.
It causes a luxuriant growth
of soft, fine hair.
Tho best nnd safest article
Cloan and Puro. No Bcdiment.
ASK FOft DOBHIN'rV
I'. th' only, an.l sat Time. Health and
Waoey. tl.OUO IttWAltll for any caie of Olttase,
la an sttge which thee fall to ture.
l. HU IIAITH (iOLIIK.V BAIf
HAJL-i, Not. 1 is. in lh
crrste.t alterstlrei known.
ill a. niOIIAU'.H 00 LI) EM
KMX lit D'AMOLIl Is thu
Ureattsl Tonic aol Attrlnrenti.
In U.a Mcllctl Mst. n. III.
viurn lloulF:f asitdoti
I the enlr rtllahla dlnreUa.
Thttt RemeilU ar not advertliM to Cur all
CoaplainU, and benefit none; hat ar fiarantre.1
lo effect a Ha l leal ami Speedy Cor In all case for
which ther ar remmmended, when all ether trtat.
neol aa railed. Tens of Uioiuan.li yearly recej
by their use, who has I oat all hop, tad hasCi
nouncea a incuram Dy in orm aiedlcal
Z. IIAUSAU, So. I, care Ulcers, Ulcerated
ftor Throat and jSSata. Sort Eyes, Cutan.
ens Rraptkint, CopperTulored lllotchet: Horenri
if the Bcalp, Hcrofulato. It I the (Jreateat Kcno
eatar, Alleratlsa aWI Illood I'urlBtr known, re
motfi all merest from th syitem, and Icart
Hi hleod par aal healthy. IB
mm viiwi rw ,di r
MJ IIAI.SM, No,
3. cores Uercurlal Affac
lUifuuiiUim In all Its farms, aad
t relief In alt case.
Ithr .No. 1 or a. ti txr bottl. er tw
TO A FS GOLDEN
ANTIIMITK, a radical cure f ir all nrlnarr
iltrmfiiirnli. I'rlre S) i.tr tetlle. '
Yl KKWA1TS (JOLI)EN
1J KI.IXIII irAMiltll. a radical eule for
Nftfuui or llentrat ll.llllty, In old er
youn t Imparting energy with wonderful effect.
Price ii ir tittle. er two Ut ).
On receipt of price, theia remeltt will 4
shlpiwd to an place. Prompt attention paid lo
an corrtiinurtiu. .oue aeauiaa wiuoui mi
nam of "Hit. IMCIIAl'-Jt fluMiKN HKHKIHEt,
It. n. IltCHAItM-t, dale I'roprlstor," Mvn la
glui of tallies.
t'lrculart .nt. Trails tupptled at a liberal
Adlre.e. MU l. II. r.ICIt.tltll.l, 23S Varick
glrrtt, New Vork.
0Senl money ly psprr.., or order goods
insrkf.t U. I). !., through jmir ilrugglst, and
you will meet with lnlu...
Batcttelor'a llalr Ur.
Tn tier is th woain tloes not contain lr.
no Titriol noleons to naralt in III arstem or ro-
ilucrxleaili. It Is perfectly tmrinle..-r.ubla-
n.lnnlaneoue. Arolil the Tiiiinte.l an ileltnire
oiiratloni Loading tlrlue llieyilonol porai,
) mi would e.oapo llin ilatigiT. Tim ui'niiltio
tV, A. Iinlrlielor'a Hair iMr liaa thirty yi ar.'rep.
utatluu tu upliold Ita Integrity. Hold hy Piug
gtsla. Applied at 10 llouy .treet, S. V.
Kssnys for young men, on Boclal KtIN and th
propriety or luipiopritty of getting marrfed, with
sanitary help fur those w ho feel iiutlilftl fir mat.
rlmonul happlne.s. Hen I free, in eenled enrvl
ops. AUilre.s Howard Assooinliou, llnx I', I'lill
adelpliln, I'n. .rptlM:lm
'I'lie lniiirl.lialile l'rrfHiiie.
Asit rule, thu porfuiuea not, in tiro havrnoper
liiiiiiciicy. An hour or twu ullor their il, thrro Is
nntra'ool perftline left. Ilou litierent la the rs
suit auiTpeillitt; tho ii.o of Murry ami Ijninian's
Kloriil.s Water. Ihtya after lis application the
lianilkeri'liiel viliulos a liloat ti'llglilfiil.ilvlioate
ami agreealilo Iragranei'. tnarldenlly
Thu svliuarv Nlrk, or
Atllh'tod Willi an) t'liroulo iliftlt'iiliy, al.ould willi
oulili'lsy writofnr Hr. llitiuillon'a New Treaties,
anil freo to ftny ndilri""',
M. I.KO.MIUS HAMILTON, M. !..
1'. O, Ho t.'JW. Ni' TorU Cily,
STEAM EHBINFS, BOItEHS,
uoppei and Stieel Iron Work
No. 218 East IVarl SI rest,
-yALKVT ST. iioisi:
Cor. Walnut& Gano Ste
DAVIS & TUCKER
Cairo Bulletin Job Rooms
Car. WaaUlMKs awaitu aad Twelftk
IstbapUe to gtt your Job I'rintlng Jon
J SMYTH 4c CO.,
Al.o, keep conttantljr on Mad a ntti coo
plots slock el
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Pjft, Madeira Sherry, Cataba
WT 1 3NT 33 S.
U'o are Agents lor J. Held k Co.' Celeb
We sell eieluslrely for Cash, lo wkieh fact '
iotho ins aiieniion oi va oargaui ouyart.
Cpeoinl attention aim lo Oiling ordtrt.
QN THE MOVE."
H. M. HULEN
ItaM Uemorctl to Ills Old St
13( Commercial- Avenue
vt nor lie foiioi t n rontlnuancn or palronag
hit formercuttn intra, aa well as that of Barnaul
new one aa mar want prime groceries, nrorUIODt
(to., remarkahly cheap for cash.
Terma t Nlrirlljr eiuh, for which lie will Mil
owerthari tlirowrwl. jaTIf
Plaster Paris Plasterers' Hair
Llmo In Hulk, tihviiyw on liuntl
CORKER 8th oUtODIO LEVEE
W. gtrattcn. T. Bint.
tieoestor to filiation, Hudson k Clark,)
C7 cajSo iL,.Tr,a,
Ageut of Atuerlcau Powder Co.,
Hanufacturrr Aartntafor Cottoai Yarai
Q D. WILIilAMNO.V,
Mf IHSKs.V TlKHClI AT
No. 7U Ohio I.otco,
hpeclist Httrnlluit Klvvtt to i'oislg
uieul and I'lllluK OrUara-
m estate mm
Q WI.NSTO.N Ac CO.,
lSiiccvor to John 1. llannaa a lo,,j
74, Second Floor, OHIO LEVEF-Oaalx-o.
Buy nnd Sell Heal Estate
rUUMtill AIINTUACTH OV TITU
A.l HHVHAHSS CON VKTANCKa
SOOTS & SSOES.
BOOT HID SHOE MIKED
Between Washington Ate & Poplar 8
Na.usa HhoaaMadatBOrilar. rinaa