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inr. UAinO liUlhT liinJlhmH, PIUDA-Y, JANUARY 31V1873.
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Tut slato of Arkansi bn no In.ane
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repeal of the national bankrupt
law ! earnestly oppose! by tho business
men of the South. Louisville and other
southern cities nro circulating petition lo
congress, asking an Improvement In the
law, Instead of it reponl.
AClua necessities, Hfo, and it often be
come tiecemry to obtain Ihem oven at
tho cool of negloeling the means to intel
Nearly every stato In the union lift n
common school system, tho bcneiUs of
which nreopen to the rich And poor alike,
nnd the children of both classes largely,
and tho poor nlmosl universally, without
compulsion, profit by tho Instruction pro
vided for them. Vlien our legislatures
propose to compel citizens to tnko
advantigo of the opportunities oll'erod by
our system of public Instruction, they nro
Invading n provinci) far removed from
It Is reported that John O. Clymori-J
who, some nine months ngo, rut it horse in
the left shoulder, left bis hat on tho bank
of the river Cache,und then drowned him
lf, has come to life, and Inst Thursday
returned to his ?on, who reside In tho
southeast portion of tills counlw Vienna
Tho next time Clymnrn his a "present
' Iment of death," he should he sure it is
genuine before he harassos the minds of
his friends by making it public.
Rostov ha two thousand, xircn hun
dred and tlxty-elght drinking plnccs, and,
last year, eleven thousand, two hundred
and twenty-six nrrcsts for drunkenness
wore made In thnt city. The number ab
stractly Is a largo one, and when compared
with the population of Boston, and taken
In connection with the fct that many of
those arrests wero most probably of
chronic drunkards to whom tho u tr i r
was a repetition, ami some certainly were
of strunccrs In the place, tho record Is
still not n flattering ono for tho most re
fined and cultivated city in America, with
Its libraries, schools anil churches, its
prcachors nnd reformers,, its "Holly Tree
' Inns,"nnd all it oilier Hgencis for push
ing Intemperance and immorality and
vlcii to the wall.
of the hotel, to ride down with him,
Another thought now oe.currodto.tho
brilliant young swteimau. 11 u would savo
lint by changing clothes In the carriago I
Tho curtains wero oarclully pulled down
all uroutiJ. Hlid Aim. touK Oil hit COilt.
Then he slipped oil' his vest, nnd iliiully,
wllti lUe ma ut ins menu, goi mi urwi
trowier iroui tlio laiiuiunui leg, me
curriugo wus going ut it teiirlul rnte, ul
such it speed, In luol, n utrriuges on
Uruadwity do not often iiltiiln. 'i his, at
Uleeker street, ullracicd thu kttutittdil of
Ibouver vigiluul Detective Dunn. Not uuly
the meed, but the fuel that ihi window
curtains wero tightly diawli, ultrncled his
attention, ami excited Ills suspicion, in-
WHEREIN CONSISTS THE DIP
FEEENOK IIKI'WKKN IN
Wasiuniitos', Jan. lis. Tho vico prci-
dont: Senators, befuru commencing the
morning business 1 ask your indulgence
lorn few remarks personal lo myself in
my . relations to this body
as its presidln ' utllcir. Grave charges ni-
fccting my churacter us a man me oefore
tho Aniuricnn people, uud 1 uo not under
rale the circumslHiiciul-ovldenco bv which
they are supported ; but, conscious of my
innocence and mv rectitude. I rusucctfullv
ink for the appointment of u committee of
sunulors lo uiaUen most luorougn, exliaust
ivu investigation In llieso charges, Willi
authority to send for persocs and paper,
and it majority of which couimitleo shall
be sonutors politically opposed lo me,
Mr. Pratt: KupreseutliiL', as I do in p.irt,
tl.o state of wnioli tho viee-preidunt is n
citizen, It is proper Unit I should move tho
iippulutrjotil of a committee, in accordance
with tlio wish which ho has just expressed.
In doing that, I dciiro to any that I don't
wish, inynclt lo lo appointed on Hint com
mil tee, uud perhaps it is not out of pin
Ihul 1 should say upon this occasion (lint,
having known tlio viee-preldcnt from hl
youth, I have tho nwit perfect confidence
in hU truth, his integrity and hit honor.
It would require h trout deal mora evl
denou than 1 liuvo seuu or heard lo con
vince the people of the stuto ot Indiana
that ho is a dishonest or n dishonorable
man. In complinnco with tho wisli he has
exprossed,! now move tlio appointment of
u coiiimllteo ot live.
.Mr. Tliurmau : I cannot, as nt trn-ont
ailvircd, voto lor tun itppolntrhent of any
such committee. If the vico president
wero n member ot this body, It" we had
A bill has been Introduced in the Itidl
mm legislaturn in favor ot compiilory ed
ucation In that state, nnd It is (aid tlut
Prof. Biteinaii, superintendent of public
instruction In this state, will recommend
tho adoption of a similar system in Illi
nois. The elements of the Indiana bill
nro briefly theso: All children between
tho ngjj of eight nnd fotirtuou shall bo
sent lo school nt toast twelve weeks In each
year, six wooks of which attendance nl
school shall be coasesutivc, provided that
the mental and ph"sictl condition of the
child is not such as to incipicitute it from
attending school, or that no school is hold
within tho dhlance of ono nnd a half
milos of tho horns of the child. If the
parent or guardian Is not able to
supply the chill with propjr clothing or
bosks, thin the township trajtojf, on
proof of such tact being intda, shliil sup
ply the neocnry bjoks and clothing.
Children may be exemptud from compul
sory attendance on public school, how
ever, upsn proof tint thoy receive at
home or in some prlruto schu-j), instruc
tion in such branches of elementary edu
cation as ure taught in public schools, or
that they havo alrcsdy acquired the same.
Here we have nearly tho suhtunco of nil
bills on the subject of compulsory educa
tion, whether In Indiuna or elowhere. It
presents Itself to our mind ul little short
of an absurdity. Tho right to compel pa
rents to give their children a certain
amount of learning, much or little, if one
manifestly not vested In our legislators,
TltJ assumption of it at all furnishes un
occasion tor the making of laws which
either fall a duad letter, or in tho attempt
to enforce them, open the
w.iy fur endless enactments lu
compel their observance on the part of
the people. The passage of inch a bill as
the one presonted In Indiana, gives the
chool authorities of a town ur township,
the rljht to enter tho door of a private
t'illxen, to question, him ns to the health ;
tho educational aequtrementt of his chil
dren; tho state of their watdrobes,
whotlier they havo good shoes tid slock.
Ingi nnd comfortable clothing; whether
he ever reads with or to them; teaches
1 them the multiplication table or informs
tbalr minds with the fact that " a noun Is
'the name i-f u thing," and tht ' Wash-
'ington U tlio Capitol of the United
States. " If the Indiana compulsory od
ucation Mil does not do this il does noth
ing, since In the event of its becoming a
law, nnd of lis non-observunce, 'the reasun
for such non-j'jjcrvanco can be dit:o
trcd only by soma such menus. Agrtln
making It obligatory upon parents to tend
their chlldron to school for u certain num
her ol weeks iu succession, W a right
which our stale'aiicinblle havo no power
to assume to themselves. Parent may need
the services of their children sickness or
povorty or, other reasons may
nboundiintly sufficient to the juladi
of parents for detaining their
, children from school, and though educa
tion ! a highly desirable acquisition
bread and butter, clothing and fuel are
power to expel him, it would bo very
I WHl 11U1UV AUTC1 USUI D. I
sUnlly he jumped Into the street, and Jpowor,"
when tho door cpiati and lie ten a tor, a
tall, sparo white many came In. Wo In
troduced ourselvti, and thoio beUfc 'This
is Jim," no laid, turning to the negro;
" he's it member, and fan come dp to help
us whip oul the d d Democrat!."
A there are about six Democrats in the
legislature to one Republican, it looks as
though tho whlpplng-out process .might
bo good oxorclso.
"Jim," ho continued, "do ytu know
all tho colored mcinbois? '
. " , , .i ;i '
''Well, you stir itround and get them
Into caucus Monday night. Wu must act
together. 1 don't see how we can vote fur
Stephens, (Inrdnu, or Hill. If the thing
gets cliie( wo may hold the balance ot
seizing thu nurses at the head broiizht the
vehicle lo sucn n suildun stand llial Ames,
who had just got one leg lu Lis other
trowseo, was tossed about In a manner
Vnrv iiiitecomlnL' ii Miiator. When Dunn
opened the carriage-door he saw one man In
ills underclothes una n summed iial lying
on the bottom of the carriage, und an
other doubled up on the front seat with Ills
clothes on, but with a hut so smashed uvur
its head that nothing cuuld ba seen above
the shoulder. Dunn didn't lutlith itt tho
Ight, us an unprofessional would hao
done. His mind wai instantly made up.
These men were thieves, and were chang
ing their ulolbci to escape in iliiguisc.
Uo railed it policeman and proceeded lo
business. As Amos scrambled up Dunn
clutched him by th3 shoulder nnd placed'
Ii 1 in under nrrest, theruliy creating a great
deal of senatorial astonishment.
The detective cavit Ike senator ii very
detectivo shake and a pteaant greeting :
''You'ro thu fellows I've been looking lor
this lung time, l'ul on them pants und
come nlong with me now."
Ames etueavored lo explain, assurou
Dunn he had made it mistake In his mnn,
and did everything to convlnco him that
he wus it United Slates senator.
" A pretty senator you be, nln't you ?
I've seen senators lu my life, I guess, and
they didn't look it bit like you. Come,
hurry on them pants."
" lint, sir," put in Atnp friend,."!
know this gentleman, and heii just what
ho iys uo is a i"otiittor.
n f ... .1.. I ... l.l... .1.. 1 1
1 OU uu hllliw lliui, im
'Do you know what that I ?'
"That means If the vote i t cloio between
iwo Iiiiniocrnts, wo will all vote lor ono or
the other, and eloot him,"
"Which one of the throe, Jim, can we
swallow tht best? '
"Some sav Stephens."
"No, Jim, I'll be d d If wo can go for
Stephens, Do you know Stephen!'
"Well. ho' Hn old Democratic sinner.
I'd lust ns soon send Jet). Davis to the
United State fennto as him. 1 tell you
Jim, our chanco Is Hill. "Wo can't puss!
bly go for Gordon or Stephens. You put
up tlio unys on tills. o can't help our
selves in this light, nnd wo nu'it do ail we
can to hurt me Democrats, jini, now did
you leavo Business at Home : '
"I'rotly fair, sah."
"Ulad of it. I tell vtm. if we
con bother the Democrat., it will
pay us to stay hero all tho
spring. Tho bov will plant our corn and
cotton, nnd, If thev don't It may go to
thunder. Our "blr."ls riirb there, to worrv
tho Democrats. Jim, didn't you know the
Democrats had ruined this countrv
"And they'll do it again. Tlioy would
send the devil to tlio senate If lie could
servo. Hut thev can't iret him ; so thev
are bound to send Old Alox. I know
Ana Unmk A IrtAllifiri
,J u a 'uussso oiiDoi
(WlktsaNMsUIIN AND ISlltWAIIIHMS,
fcw w W e naiWW stsywass!
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UUILDKIia1 SUPPLY DBPCT
131 TKNTII 8TRMT,
Door. Nnhf lillBd. HontdlURH,
UnveUssttra,(oodl Wlssdowitsiil Duos
Frame, I'loorlns, Latls,
MhlssKlea, Qlaad Haah, aiasMNl Nlilt
IJlThta, CllatasMl Trusomi,
Hacb WrlshtN, Naah Palllea and tl
Blind riMtesslssca, Rnoflusr
BooHuc C'uitsst, j?laalrlsi
Paper, Carpet !, Wklls
Lrtwlt IJuMtl SJH, Aanerlrsss! Wltvlow
Olaae, Esssxllah nsidrreiiets
I'luS. Ua, Putty, U!naler'a Pom Is
(sower Pipea, Palcul C'lslmssfyai
KM., Kt Ktc.
i oE.'Ut) fnr lloclc KlTf I'aper Cumiwo)'
II. W John' Improt.d Rooflac alwajs ta
unmerciful Dunn; "so do I, and what'! Alex, mighty well. Did I over tell you
more, I know thu pilr of you, and you'ro Jim, ubout what Old Alex, did in- the se
both of veil just wanted over ul mo v,en- cession couveiiiiou '
trnl ollice. Are you going to hurry them
pants on? I'll give you Just u minute to
linish this 'ore toilut. Now, ain't thnt a
pretty but for u senator'.' ' and the detec
tive held A'mes's smashed tile oil' itt arm's
length to uuiiteiiipiato II. In truth, il did
not much resemble n hnt tint u tcnutor
might bo expected to wiar
"The which, sail ?"
"Tho secession convention that took
the state out of thu I'liiou."
"Well, they hold secret sessions. Old
Alex, was in there. 1 gave the door
keeper a dollar rn let me open the door
hnlf nil inch. You can buv it heap of
A me' friend was bccomiir luiputleiit i people for a dollar, Jim, und a dd sight
and cxolt-d. Ho aid to the detective, ( of them for 10.
"This foollihtie'i bus gone fur enough. "Ye, suh."
Now, if you don't lcuvo us nlono to pro-' "Will, ns I was saying. Old Alex, was
cecd on nur Journey, I'll smash you u good 1 a speaking. Says ho: "Mr. President,! am
deal morn than the hat," and he rcauhid cppoed to tho policy of seco'sion, but If
over. Ante rtntrained him, and llie po- it hit to come, let it be done beforu yonder
liceman having made his appenmnci', und ' sun dinks in the west. 1 am n Georgian,
the delay already experienced having made nnd will stand by Georgia to tho bitter
it imipoibiblo for thorn to reach the triiiu, 1 ond,' You sco, Jim, ho thought more of
proper that this body should appoint a
committee to involignlo thu charges
uguini him nnd It would be very improper
tor any other tribunal than the senate td
take thnt uuurso or to do anything in the,
matter furlhci than to refer lo thu teuuto
uny evidence that might huve cumo out
iu uu investigation cicwiierc. liut the
vico president is un plllcer of tho govern
ment. Tho senate has no power ovti
him, to expel or censure him. Ifhehu
been guilty of anything that subjects him
to punishment, il 'is by impeachment, and
tlut can only origlnuto in the huu-e of
representative'. If evidence bo produced
that tutislles the houso of represuntalives
Ihul he ought to be impeached, His the
duly of thu houso to impeach him, uud
il is thu duly of the senitlu not to form any
opinions its to his guilt or innocence until
tlio evidence is produced uud wo are called
upon us judges lo deliver our verdict. Wo
cuuuul enter into an investigation of iii
conduct uud forestall ju Jgomciil. If ho
be guilty, it is the duty of tlio house to im
peach him, und it ho he Innocent, II is tho
duty d' the houso to refrain from impeach
ing him. Our duty, if such charges coiuu
to us, will by the duty of judges or u jury,
uud it is not for us to investigate in ltd
vauco. I do not say that thu senuto has
no power lo Investigate the conduct of an
individual where luvesligutiun become
necessary, in considering some pubdc
mausuru unon which we have to la in
our legislative cupuciiy, out ttiat la noi ins
case. The paper read by tho vice-president
Inlorms us that certain charges im
plicuting his private character huvo been
made the sutject of investigation else
where. With that wu havo nothing to do,
unless it comes to us in tho mode appoint
ed by the constitution, and wo have no
right by any investigation of ours to fore
stall the action of thu house of roprcscir.n
tlvtis, or to atl'eci that investigation in any
way wuuiover. l cun verj wu unuir
slund tho motives which induced tho vice-
president to niako this communication to
tho senat", and I can very well un
derstand why ho should ask this body,
over which ho preside, to lnvoitigr.to litis
mutter; but he has made it mistake, Mid,
however honorable mav be his motives in
asking the investigation, tho senate ought
not to order It. I hope, therefore, that the
senator from Indiana ( l'ratt) whl not
press his motion.
The president pro tern, .Mr. An
thony, put the question on the motion,
which was lost, Mr. Pratt itlouc voting In
thev concluded to uo to the Central polico
office, uud settle the ense there. Ames
got his irowi'ors on jut its llie carrige
drove up to tho m-irblu building around
in Murray street. Tl:n senator ami ins
friend were takeu int'i tho superintend
elit'i officoNnd told their stories. Every
body eald it was too thin, und thoy would
have to bo looked up. Amos bogged Ihul
tho "clur.t of tho Fifth Avenuu might be
sent lor, which was dono nnd that gentle
man cumo down und cxpWluul mnllert
satisfactorily. Half n doen bottles of
chuinpaguo settled the caio nnd tho dis
tinguished spnafor went forth to telegraph
to his kind father-in-law that lie didn't
think it would ho possible for him to bo in
Washington tho nrit morning.
T II K UONOUAHLE JIM .
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o Try tlficrlpUcn,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAK POSTS
DOOUS, SASH, ULlN'DS
KurtiishFil ou iliorl notice.
Uouun!rcial-av, hot. 10th and llth-s..
FOUWAHD I NO'ano COM M ISSION
M K St (' II A N 1 fS.
DEALERS IN VI OUH
AS'I .trfCtl At
into hivr.R xnh kanawiu
70 Ohio Lhvkk,
l. v. MATllues..
(Unto. I i.i.i hoik.
a. c .uu l
this nnu-horfle .stuto thnn he did of the
whole country. 'J hat's why w.i can't
voto for him. No matter what conies,
Jim, wo musn't nllow a single Republican
vote to go to Stephens."
' No, ab."
"Wo will throw itway our vntn on
"Hut I think we lutd better vote for
Hill if wo can beat Stephens or Gordon
witli lilm, don't you '"''
" Yes, ar."
"Now, Jim, you may go, but mind that
you don't talk too much. '
"Yos, suh;" and the honorable colored
member folded his martini cloak around
him and withdrew; and I went to xicep
lo dream of strange Georgia scenes.
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INTF.UVir.W WITH A GKOIt
Gl A. LKGISLATOK.
2STBW ENTEEPKISE I
J. J2. LUFKIN,
tVlinlfnI- mill Ilelall C'rucer,
Has on hand at all tlinei VeLrct ;lile
AMKS OF MLSSlhSll'l'i.
THE HONOnAUia: SKNATOl
WAS .MISTAKEN KOlt A
Til IE P.
Hoskv, Tuoi'ii;L I'ltiMTs, Etc., Etc
13TAI! good AVarranted 1'fCih, aud sold
ut cuijII Profit
N. II. Parcels delivered to any part of the
city to Ciiktomci'i'.
WKT S1DB COMMKIIUIAL AVK., UKTWEKN
17th ANII ISth STKfKT.
C IS l,I,IV(
Correspondence of the St. Louis Times
r uw t uitK, January i.
The funniest experlenco of th suuion
that which befell the gorgeous Senator
Ames of Mississippi, the other ovuniuu
Tho storv has been hbld very tight by ull
wlio were cognizant ot It, out It leaK
through tlio 'Times' ' coriospouduiice.
HOW hK.'fATOll AMES WAS'AII'.tKSlU,
Ames was in tho cityior lliu imrposu cf
altenuing a privalo puny, Mr which p.i
lime no it, niiicii belter ipmiucj tuuii lor
tho duties of thu Minnie chamber. He hud
arrayed hlnnelf in it mod elaborate dress
tun, ami Had just reacl'u'J llie nouso ol his
menu, which is in .indnon avrmic, when
atPiegrnin waslianucil lilm from 111 rpiecr'
eyed father-in-law, Jtnn Iluller. The telo
gram Ueiiianucd Ames presence In Wash
ingluii ns toon as lie could gut there
It was absolutely necessary ho
should be in the eitpltul by
iho following morning, Ames
consulted his watch and lutcrv'owml n
mill o ul time-table. Ho ascertained that
he had Just thlrty-tlvo minutes lu which
to reach tho Ooiirtlund street ferrv, and
his carrlago would just ubout do it. '
There was no iiltirmttive, He excused
hiinsclf to his friends, entered his car
rwge, and whlrlel away. As the carriage
got opposite tho Fifth Avenue hotel, where
be always itays, a brilliant thought oc
curred to him which promised to relieve
him of his actual unpleasantness of wear
ins; hie dress suit to trurel in, Uu
ordered his carriage to the hotel, sent
ono of the bell men after another ult of
clothes to his room, aud then, Inviting it
irieua who Happened to be lu the lohhv
Atlanta cor rc'pondenec of the Cincinnati ,
A sudden change in the weiitlier.Hiiiouut- 1
inglo ubout lifty degrees in ihirty hours,;
and a sm.ill co.tl grnle, no linger than it :
mull's hat, uud not of much mora warmth,
cuused your correspondent to changa his'
qii'trter!) tlio other night, nnd establish him- 1
self in it warmer latitude.
Itettiriiing from Stephen'" speech I was. '
shown my room in the third story of un
imposing brick. It was largo with u '
uheerlul nro at oun end, ittitl two bed ut 1
the other, A short, but black negro'
under a plug hat, and wrapped in a heavy,
cloak, stood before the flro. Tlio servant i
f some guest statesman, who occupies
ono of then oeds, 1 thought an ex-slavu ;
who still I'litig lo his old iniUer. i
" huse room i thi? 1 Hsked of the i
" Senator lllanK unys Here, sah,
"Are you his Servant 1"
"No, mIi, I'se a momber of the legis- i
" Yes, sah, und I come up hero to meet
the senator to tttlk nnd counsel about thU ;
election that's coining on." j
Tho fennloriKl election ;
Yes, sail ; that business is getlina; red
hot,'' aniV lb legislator luughed n silvery J- -ti. JU
" Is tun senator you spoke of a He- i
publican '. ' t
"Yos, tali ; wo are both from down on j
the coast where till the Il"publicani come
from that's elected. I
"What's thu matter that thoru is so few
of you In the lerjiMnturo '"
"Well sail, llie wuiie men nave goi me
money nnd the bruins, nnl they just ilx
up the party business to suit tl.ouiieh.
Our p.trty is nuout piayeu in tun siate. i
Every election we get lers. A heap of tho 6t b, nRV Cuba SuRM for
uarKies nro gutting iu otu vuo I'euiourntm
ticket as it reg lar tiling, 1 Know one
county down on tho coast where itcventeen
Hundred unruics voiou iuo iiraigui-oui
"Why didn't you work with thorn
" Oh, I dill ; 1 made it heap of speeches,
but 'ueais like it did no cood. Thorn
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AND KLKVKNT1I aTllKKTB.
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niggers down there hnve got n big Demo- '
cratlc devil In 'em. You hud lu;t ns well .
talk to stump. Thry have soured on our 1
purty. A Ilemocrnt cm tune it bule of ,
cotton end vote it hundred," ;
"Its n fact, sah;. a bu'liln' and it shniiic
fill fiict, ns I toll 'tun. It's n dlgracemeut
to tho lentous of mankind. 1 tell you I
wont for 'om Iu uiv speeches. Hut it heap i
of times thoy would only laugh und tell i
mo lo come ilown und give Vm it chew of '
tobacco. Ono (I'lV 1 got urtor mail in my j
argument and told 'om 1 could buy em all ',
will) two pounds of inbueeo. Why, thoy I
mighty nigh Lout (.'ol. Whltoly for con- .
gross. " Col. Whltely is one of the greatest ;
men liiut wuiicj on in inn nere country.
Tlio fool niggers . voted tho Damn- 1
crutlo ticket so much that wo 1
onlyolccted our man by llfty votes. Wo I
worked every dity and night. 1 lniulo
llfty speeches. AVo spent all our money, j
Col, "Whltely put In tho last cent the laH .
cent, suh. Ono day 1 went to Ills houp
for iiionoy to bring" out thft darkles. Ilia
wife kept tlui money. 'Wife,' said he
'glvo Jim 601110 money.' 'There ain't but
S'iV 111 1110 llouo, sue euyi
A eoll'co Sueur, N. Y. Std. - 1
Primo Rio Coffee for - 1
Choice " " . I
Old Government Java - 1
Teas und other staple and fancy Oroco
rics equally as cheep.
Goods now and full weight given. Cnll
And Ucaler in
VEGETABLES, 1'ltUITS, EGGS,
LARD, FRESH RUTTER, LIVE
AND DRESSED PulJlrRY,
PRKS1I SALTED AM)
SMOKED FISH, ET(I.
A r.i, noons Wahhantki) Khksii
And 'Old at the lowest prices foi Vaili
SELLING OFF AT COST
Formerly Swandcr, intending to icruov,
to Kentucky, delre tu dl-pofo of her large
uud elegant tock ol
Itntni'diatelv, In order to facillttato the s.iln
of her poods, Mr, .laekton ha determined
lo oiler tho
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And Invito tho ludlea ol (.'alro uud b ' uly
lo cull on her If thoy dc-ltkt good IkiiljIH'.
(rOOI)S AKK AliLNKW
The moil of them bavins been selected from
the lute I'allktjleM, hence the Udlea h.ne u
rare oiinortutiity to !,iiieli:i-e new and l"-li.
loiialiln millinery ut tint price. The -Un-k
coiidfts o lints rlbhiuiv, llnivrrs hosiery
lailles ii nderwear, etc,, etc. 111011 .
JOHN li. l'HLLIS & SON,
tUuec-snoM lo John II. I'lilllif.)
FORWARDING A1ERCIIA N TS
DBALEK8 IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Bran, &.,
TEKTH-bT. ami OHIO LEVI".
OA 1 110. II.L.
a. m. a l n !: x,
Late ot Thulium i: Aldcu,
COMMISSIONS E KC1IANT
FI.OL'l!, .MEAL, GRAIN, HAY, ic.
No, W.'i Ohio I.kvt.i:, Caiuo.
IHTCash advances on OooiU on'slglit.
Ri:-Kur.scK.s : Cltv Nutloiutl ll.ink
('alio. Fh-st National llink ofl.'hleago.
him,' ho says ; 'I'm going to spend tho lust
nan( 'nml firtiltil. I ,ii t ten unlv mlAtd lin.
Ing bsat by n mighty little, Next lime
they will set him, I toll you, suh, some of I
those day tho Democrats will havo every ,
hit of this stato under themselves just hh
they want It."
1 was nbotlt to observe to the despond
ont colored brother that they bad It now,
r.7v-t.t.vlil1i alrnnl liM veonn 1 Jnm mprj.Iii 1
Ull... I, , ' Lls (, -
.. i n ! . ' 4,1(1 WushlnRton nvonuos.-
81 000 IN ONK W'KKK,
To nny idirewd man who ran do hunlnc-i
nn tho qu'it, I guariiutne uu Iminensn Fun
tunes, easily, rapidly, mid In perfect fafety.
Aihlie-s lu perfect conlldonei',
'2H West Fourth Hi cot, New York.
VIM w ;iui,
On Klr.lilh Ptroet, telwfenCnmmerelaUnd Wash
ii!tou Avvnuen, h Uaiir reeelvinj
NKW M1LLINEUY GOODS
LATKHT KALI. AND WIKTttll BTVLK8,
lleamctf a lull lino of
BOM'WETB Ex Jrl-rVTa
ITnmmed and untrimmrd.ll
KHKNOU 1XOWE11H, ItlHPONfl, TIUMUINin
olall Ulnila, I.aees, etc., elo.
Mrs. SlcOeo has also a Urii asorlinent i
Ksuuv Aili"K, such ai
SKCK Tl.S. 'CLLARH, UNnKliflbKEVE51,
KUFKfi, HA8IIEH, FANB,
And all other articles usually louod lo i
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Sirs. MeOpc, lu addition to her stock of
Fancy and Millinery Goods, haan linsjone aud
I'otnplote usurtiueut of Ciiielnnutl Custom
Made Ladles' und Misses' Shoes nnd Chil-ilrr-w.'
Roots, Jllack und in Colon. These
are acknowledged to be the tin est und best
hoes iu tho market, und this Is the only
ace lu the city thut makes them a tpeclalty
MlLLKIl & PAllKUU,
FOl'.W ARDIN t J il EROH A NTS,
DKALKKS in FLOUH, cohn
Onta, liny, otc,
AGENTS rmi FAIRUANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
HKTWKEN WAHH AVZNUK AND WALVIH
Hr. II. K. KlM Inform tn puUio tUt hf tir
t. i v k it v ,v r a n i, ;:,
on the uo.-thtfi-.l tula tt Tnn'h tret as cn'
H S'nt.!( Till t. (urnislifl with nan. I, ill tt,
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and llie public may be iii'cointimdiiteil al ul
hoiiri of the day und night Willi Mtc team
on the lowest term".
Dr. Field aksn share ofpublie patronage
and will endeavor to merit it by fair dealing
und btrict attention to but'
WOOD KITTHNHOUSN k l$KO.
oneral I'ouiiuii-aion Wevchaute
133 OHIO LEVEE,
-BKMIS, HROWN k CO.,
Auknts Homj: Cotton Mim.s
Nil, sfl Ohio Levee. I'liiro, Ills
On Coiiiiuelcial itenu, betweon Tuellth
and Thlllcenth sireet-.
GUl'.STS WILL FIND GOOD ROOMS AND
IIIK VtllV HKST or IIKPS
A'V THIS lOXTSB:
TraiibUut PittrpuagiJ Solicited.
Mu. Ellen McCaiituv, Propr,