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Six Months 7ft
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Invariably In advance.
Konttlnff mntlrr on rvcrj- lintfe.
The long Jcfcrrcil trial of J'ouioroy
ik iiuiiouaccil to cotno ofT positively on
tlie lHOnty-fceond int.
h'n nn ill wind I lint blows nobody
nny fjood. Ono tbouivinl tolugraim
lil over tbu wire in (icriminy coti
j'rMutatlnj.' Jtiriinnrk on lii escape
from tlio assassin's liullot.
Tin: Nov. .lohn 11. Nowman, Con.
U rant's inspector of consulate?, who
lias enjoyed n two years' tour abroad
nt tlic oxpciifc ol the government, will
fliortly return and tako charge of fl
Tiffany's churcli (it Wasliiijtciu.
Itt.ouJilNdrON has had iU case of
jenuinc Asiatic cholera, pronounced
00 by the doctor. Y'hothor they were
right or not, the dieoaeo killed iU vic
tim in mi hour, and is another re
minder that unrijio or over-ripo fruit
or vegetables aro dangerous food nny
Tar. late Chicago lire was merely an
"item" to tho 'Times' and 'Tribune,'
nud those cheats nrc now (juarreling
like two back country paper.! about
which gave tho bast report of it. The
partisans of both papers will admit
that they are equally enterprising in
prosecuting tho quarrel.
Qveks Vktoiua has asked parlia
ment for a grant for IVinco Leopold,
who caiuo of aco in Anril last. One
of tho queer things about royalty is
that ita uoions aro always turned looso
upon tho government just at tlio ago
when they ought to ho nblo aud will
ing to take caro ot themselves. Hut
old England has been called upon so
often in tho cass of Queen Victoria's
children that she has become used to it.
Sho will growl some, but will open her
puree strings and provide liberally lor
tho latest royal pauper.
Thk temperance peonlo of Uarbon
dale, who, for a long time, abused
.Mayor Wm. A. Louima, of that place,
are now praising him. Ho startled
thoni by giving his casting vote against
a ealoon-liccnsini; ordinance, ami they
burst fortli into a whole rolunio of
thanks. Wo knew, all the timo, that
tho C'arloudalo tcmperanco people
would yet learn to appreciate Lemma
would learn that ho always tries to do
his duty and obey tho will of the pco
pic. Wo shall not now be surprised to
heir that Col. Brush and Lemma havo
embraced aud are sworn friends.
A Bvr.i i.M, dispatch to tho Missouri
'Democrat' from Hpriugfield bays, that
tho Twenty-Ninth f5euer.nl Assembly
will hold its sessions in tho now Htato
house, though not in the apartments
designed for the permanent uso of the
l"gi!-lature. The rooms intended lor
the me of the suprouiu" court will be
used by tho sonatc, and that designed
for the library of tho mpreiiio court
will bo occupied by tho iticmbors of
the house of roprosoutatives. Tho of
ficers of the various stuto olficoj, gov
ernor, eccrotary of state, auditor, stato
treasurer, etc., etc., will all be ready
to accommodate the incumbents.
Tim. State 'Ilegister' is not coinpli
nv.utary in spoaking of J I on. J). W.
Voorhces, author of the five financial
resolutions of tho ludiunu Slate Dem
ocratic convention, llo was the leader,
raj- tho 'Hegister,' who sold out J'en
dleton in 1SHS, and in 17-' was too
good n Domoerat to voto for (ireeley.
"Fucli Democrats as ho is," pertinently
remarks tho 'Jlegister,' "have grpatly
aided in putting the party in its pres
ent position, and until they ore ex
cluded lrom its cotiueils, or at least
ccofo to control those councils, thero is
but httlc hope for success." Not many
lays ago we used almost this same
languago, aud tho 'KugWter' said wo
were foolish. Wo knew our good
friend at the center would havo his
eyes opened koino day, but that events
would open thorn so soon wo did not
expect. Will tho 'Hegister' allow ub
to express tho hope that it will not per
mit anybody to closo its eyes ngaiu
until nftcr tho Dan Voorhcosos of Illi
nois, who control tho couuoils of tho
Democratic party, "have been excluded
from its councils, or at least have
ccapcd to control those councils" un
til tuch Democratic leadors as Mr.
Voorhecs havo been compelled to let
go tho grasp they have upon tho party
Tho August munbor U adapted to
the season , light and brillinnl, yet
containing much valuable information
on numerous topics. IIh installment
of" Tho Now Hyperion," by Edward
Strahan, illustrated by Doro, manifests,
ns usual, a rich aud rare quaintucss of
humor in tho writer, and an apparently
exhaustion senso of the grotesque and
ludicrous on the part oftho illustrator;
tho two tngi'thor making ibis, perhaps,
tho most original and sitggcstivo penal
over published in any American or
foreiiru mairazinc. " A Tour in tho
China Seas," by Fannio It. Fcudgo,
illustratod, is a pleasing nnd quite n
structivo description of place and cus
toms lut little known to tho general
reader. " Malcolm," by Oeorgo Mac
donald, nsiiiiiios new attitudos and re
latiomJifps, and tho story, M it pra-
gressos, decidedly grows upon tho
rcadur. " Cumn Cure," by S. Weir
Mitchell, is indicative of the author's
great familiarity with the roourcos
and wayn of nature1, mid is n bracing bit
of reading for this time of tho year,
showing, beyond question, that the
writer knows from experience, and ap
preciates, tho healing power of the
woods. Tho opening of ' Three Feath
ers," by William Dlaek, is bright and
promising, with some attempts at sens
ible lovu-nnikii'i? 'n "oniiy ot
consideration. " Portraits ul Minor
Celebrities," by Sarah 1!. Wistor, is an
attractive paper, written with spirit,
and appreciation of the subject, and is
descriptivo of portraits of persons
who-e names aro universally known.
" Uougbing it lu tho Lebanon," by M.
K. Heck, has a positivo freshness about
it, notwithstanding it goos over ground
already very thoroughly trod. "A
Moonlight Visit to tho Coliseum," by
T. Adolphus Trollopc, shows tho au
thor's woll-kiiown power of description,
and is particularly interesting becaus-o
of its account of a visit to Macaulay.
" Two l'nomies," by Carroll Owen, is
illustrative of the tragic ways of its
thctic love. " A Temperance Experi
ence of Mount Do.-crt" is a brief and
healthy paper. Tlio Monthly Gossip
ef tho August number is delightfully
vivacious ; and tho Poems, I,"Danlo
Praises Heatnce," a sonnet, by T. M.
C'oan; II., " Love's Choice," by Kate
Hillard; III., I,hantasics."bvEmma
Lazarus, are all decidedly above- tho
average of magazine poetry. It is, in
deed, a charming number of this do
servedly popular periodical.
The Mound City '.loumal' some time
ago mentioned Judge A. M. Drown as
an available Opposition candidate for
congrcsss in this district. This sug
gestion has induced tho Judge to writo
a letter, in which he says he has not
sovored his connection with the Itc
publieun party, that he does not be
lieve tho so-called Independent He
form Party in this state is cither nec
essary or practicable, and that ho has
done nothing toprotnoto tho success of
tho Independent Reform movement or
any liiovemcut iu opposition to the Re
The Judge thus put a quietus upon
the boast of many of his nuti-Hadical
friends, that ho had reformed politi
cally, had cast aside allegiance to tho
party of tho administration and waH
ready to join hands with tho friends of
oconomy and rcHirm. llo is still a
lingerer about tho flcah-pots of dan
gerous political doctrine ; but wo havo
some reason to bcliovo ho is not alto
gether lost. When a Itopublican has
arrived at that point of rebellion
against his party that ho is not afraia
to say : "I hold my allogiance to tho
party subject to the wcrod and in
alionablo right of scratching my
ticket," he is not lost to graco ; indeed
snob a declaration, by a Republican,
is the strongost kind of evidenco that
tho spirit of repentauco is htrong upon
him, and the day of his political regen
eration is closo at hand. .Judge Drown
is in this hopeful condition."! do hold
my allegiance to tho Uepuullcau
party," tho Judge declares, "as l havo
always held it subject to tho condi
tions that il shall bo faithful to its
great cardinal principles, that it shall
take proper ground upon now ques
tions of vital importance that may
ario, that it shall manage the party
machinery with a reasonable degree of
honesty and fairness, and that it shall
,...,.,. ,.... i: 1 .i r .1 ir
preseut candidates for the suffrages of
tuo pcoplo who liave somo degree of
fitness, at least. I will not voto for any
man, for any ollicc, merely because, by
hook or crook, ho has obtained a party
nomination, if 1 think his opponent is
a better man for the place. Tlio right
to 'tsoratch' my ticket 1 claim to be
sacred and inalienable."
Wo havo no reason to doubt tho ul
timate conversion of n Republican who
talks in this peculiar wanner.
COHKESl'ON PENT CLEM ENTS.
Wo publifh in another column a
communication written .from tho homo
of .Mr. Clements to the Missouri
'Democrat,' nud published in that pa
per on the lilst, iust. Wo aro suro tho
author of it is Mr. (Moments llo
either wrote it himself or procured it
to bo wiittcn.
Mr. Clements says that wo desiio
the nomination ol tho Opposition p.uly
for Congress, nnd asserts that wo have
been busily working during two years
to procure it. He is mistaken ; and
wo ohalleugo any man to say that we
have over said wo proposed to bo a
candidate for congress in tlio impend
ing canvass. How is it possible thai
wo havo been a busy laborer for the
congressional nomination and have per
mitted no person, not oven our most
intimate friends, to know that wo de
sired to enter tho contest? Wo do
not understand that to bo tho manner
in which nominations nrc secured in
these peculiar days of political chiea
nory. And besides, wo arc not una
ware of tho fact that our nomination
by tho opposition would be, at this
time, (or at any other lime to which
wo can look forward), unwise. What
the opposition most needs now is or
ganization, harmony and enthusiasm ;
and harmony could not be obtained by
The assertion of Mr. Clements that
Hon. W. J. Allen would lather pass
the ordeal ol the old war abu'e than
that Mr. Oborly should bo nominated,
is made for the purpose of orbiting
distention mu'iij; the people who are
not friendly to tho re-election of our
present member ; but it will not havo
that effect. Wo do not beliovo Mr.
Allen would take any such position j
ho would not bo guilty of such folly.
iir. Uberly has supported
him for the several oflieci he has,
within the last decade, Bought
nt tho hands of the people, aud
is not blind to what the sagacious
observer hereabouts cannot fail to per
ceive, that all tho "signs of the times"
point to the probability that Mr. Uberly,
acting with the opponents of the Radi
cals, will bo required to support
Judge Allen again this fall ; for, how
ever much wo may tnlk about this or
that man, suggesting him as a candi
date for congress on the Opposition
ticket, the fact is, Judge Allen is tho
coming man, if ho wishes to be. There
is no man in the district the Demo
cratio people admire more than they
admire Judge Allen. They like him,
they admire his abilities, and they all
know him personally. Ho is a polit
ical Sir Oracle among his friends of
tho parly ; is a courteous, good
hearted mini, with isuch personal mag
nctism about him, and would make a
gallant fight ; and, besides all this, he
has tho favor of tho gentlemen who
form Democratic opinion. He can be
nominated if wishos to be. Wo
know thut it is the determin
ation ot tho mot iutluoutial men of tho
Opposition to seeuro his nomination,
nud with him m the lead to chase Cle
ments to his hole. Hut the Judge
may not wish to bo a candidate ; and,
if his desiro to not tako upon himself
tho burdens of a canvass is restrained
from taking form in a declination by
a fear that some person he docs not
like may step into the shoes ho docs
not wish to put on his own feet, he may
dismiss that fear at once.
Clements on tlieSiliiiition.
What Ho Thinks of His Pros
pects. His Comments on the 3Ian
ol' the Opposition.
OirrripoiplciuT of i. l.ouli Deuim r.it.j
CUr.ii jndalk, III , July 'JO, 1HT I.
Tbo political titiutlun in Soulhorn II
linoii, uepueislly in Ihu Klglitueiitti Du
trict, grows inoru inturoiting uvury ilny.
l'olitioinnt of vtriuu citlibroj ro taking
muck in the outlook n a J trying to lluru
out tbo prutilem to bu nulvi-il in Xovum
tier next, nud tlmt problem il beginning
to n mii ii 10 unuiu&l characluri.tic. Ordi
narily tlio ipioitiun prutontuil i, "What
party ibll triumph '' Out in Kgypt it
ii if Uil iiueillon wore luttlud.
Tlio return hums of
HON. 1SHAO CLKMKN'Tp,
our mumbcr, nnd liia rucuption by liii cun
ttiluutitf, havo knocked Uiu prupi lrom
umlur I lie 11 cull," who Imped to (iippUnt
him in tlio iillecilon. f bit cunntuunnU,
not o much becsuru tliuy tliuutt lie hud
been nn unfmtli.'uUurvHiit, but on nccount
of lha tlitl-ironcu butwecn lilm nnd tho
l'reiulunt on tlio currency quuttlun. All
rvt once ttmy Iikvu illicovnruil ttnit thii i
u "cittern that will hold no water," k
broken stick, n vln hope. The dUiolu
lion of tlio ltopubliotn purtv on that itc
uouiu nrt uuuii nuiiuuiiHi. i nu poop h,
,JuUl it.Publlen nd l).mcr.u. b.vi
count Iihi boon abtmlorHxl. The iiuoiiIh,
Uken "little Ike," hi tbu fulru Hull, tin
deri.ivttly cslli lilm. by tlm bund, nnd
mill, pomumilly : ' Well done, (jood nnd
Inilhlul isrvnnt ; wo'll turn! juti hack to
Con-rod." Tim week win apont by Mr.
Cliiinents nmung till coimtitiiriiti In tho
Ohio Kivor countiot, mid wlmruvor hu
bni Knnu lie hu found that tho pcoplo lu
doriii Iti in. Hu will tlierufcirn bn
I'.VNOMtN.VTCll II V Ai'i'LAMATION
i.t Hound City, on tho 13th of Auu'uit.
No othur natiiu wll! bo pruiontod. 'While
in Control he tocurod an npproprintion
to improve thn navigation of the Lower
Ohio, nud tho HL'rlcultiirnl nnd coinmor
morolitl lutereiU of thut section will join
hand in his bohslf.
Till i mutter being appirently lottlod,
your rutdsri mny risk why it this, why
uny oicltcrnont'' I nntwur tht although
tho opposition hive but little hopo of vic
tory, thoy nro in dutv bounl to mako
tome sort of race,; this rtqulm n sncrl
llco of timo nnd money, If not of reputa
tion. A few wnuka ugo thero whi num
ber who thought they could bent Olinn
enti. Thero wore Oborly and Alton,
SO Ohio Levcc - - CAIRO, 1113
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
The l'l in'-'r'i H nif is loealfd nn Ohm Lerce f'treet in
OLOS'R PK0X1M.ITY TO KAlLROAl) DE
POTS AXD STEAMBOT LANDINGS
And in the Center of the Husinoss Portion of tho City. The House is new
and complete in nil its appointments. Tho rooms, are largo and airy, Resides
being elegantly furnished nnd carpeted. fluents will receive courteous treat
incut and tho best of accommodations.
Transient Gnosis 2 per Day.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
Osfpy ftii-t lUrt.ell, WMlihiuni', UroM
lin.l othor, who felt thut il would l"l Ml
ony tiling. 'Hut mw thsy nru liJUlnuiti
1 In.rn. don't w.int to imiko tlm roi : h'
I.h ntlier bii'lniin to look uftor, ami 'tn-
not ijniro tho tu, Are.
ji inns iiuki-,
of Uarboi.dule, tins been it public mnn nil
hitlifo; h very woll He.Uitinted in thu
d ttrlct. but lie lint u U lie law practice and
a fair repulutiun, mid don't euro to rid;
eitlior in tho rusurroJtion ol' by'onm, in
cnio ho liocaino n canlldiito for Conjjrfss.
Judge Dutldesiro to bo c.xcuied.
HON. WM. HAUT.ELL,
of Itnndolnh. uUliouch hnvlni; doubti
nbout hit luccuis before tbo people, would
bo w mine to nuku ttio mcc, ir no uui not
fear tint bo would bo rejected by thu con
vention, ns ho wat two yeart go.
of Cairo, has lost nil mpir&tioii in tlmt
diroction sincu ho found that the grungur
inovoiuonl did not pan not woll.
no, w. it. anuKN
doo not :ro to Iimmo tho captain of
the Diimocrutlc holt', becauto ho is tutii
tied that n union of tho oppotition it
limply impojilblo. Oruon it a mnn of
lino ntiility, nnd it ono of tho fuw Demo-
(.ruU who can bocuiiu ulfurled.
of Unlos, thu ttrotigedt tiutn tho Demo
cracy claim, will not tako thu ritk. Hu
hat n good potition, it roipclod k i
jndu nnd would nut twup hit judgnbip
for u ieat In Congreu.
COL. S. S. TAYLOIt,
of Cairo, has bnon recently tpok.n of in
connection with thu candidacy, but it it
bolioved that Col. Taylor hat no anxiety
In that direction. At prcudor.t ot tho
Cairo nnd .St. J.ouW Kailroad Co., and
trutteo of tho Cairo Oily 1'ropurty Com
pany, ho bat nbout as much as ho caret to
do. lloiidoi ho underttandi that tho o
poiition to him would bo tromundout.
Tboro aro throe others, and on ono ol
thoto will duvolvu tlio tatk of mooting
Clumentt in thu Held. They nru Warli
burn, of Willlumton ; Alluu, of Jnckton,
nud Obally, of Aloxandor. 'l'lieao Ibrce.
Itbatbuen undurttood, really Oolrn lu
liiiku tho race, notwithktandltii; tint poor
pru'poct of an sloction. Although bo
will not rclcnowloJgo it
HON. J. II. OI1KRLV
it declnre l to lvo buna butior than tho
othort. llo has workod very quietly. Fur
two )oar ho hat coqnettud with Iteptibii
cani, been thu 'jurm-champlon of tern
parance, and n liny tued grangor. Ho an
nounced hiuuolf a fariaor in tbu Init gon
oral aiicmbly. Agnin nnd at;aln bus llo
denounced llourbuniim; ho bat received a
gojd word hero and thero from news
paper all over tho district ; ho bat bo
comn bettor if not mora favorably known,
and has at last sounded tho trumput fur
a grand rally of tbo Democracy. Uy
what appear! to bo a
PUKCONCEnTKI) ABU VNOKM K.S'T
tho Chicago Tones bat responded to tho
drum-beat, and tho chairman of tho Statu
Democratic Central Comrnittoo has called
for the Democracy to gather in column
convo:atlon. Thut fnrtho machinery put
in motion by Oborly hat workod protty
well but nil nt once, I learn, hn has grown
faint uoartod. Hut a hort time lncj it
It said that bo told aportonal friend,
although a political oppunont, in this city,
who is not unknown in thu newspaper
world, tbat ho would like to bo u candi
date for Congresi, but that hu could not
allbrd it; his bunnoH domaudod his prrs
enco; ho had no doubt about tbo rcjult,
but ho had about civen up tho Idua, and
thought ho would briiiR out Col. Taylor,
who is n sworn perineal nnd political
friend. In tho meantime hn i: whistling
to lioep up his cournitv, nnd may nt tbo
lait moment chango hn mind nnd make
tho rncn, sololy for the notoriety It would
glvo him nnd hit paper. Ills quiet but
bitter antagonist Is
ll.. W. J. ALLEN,
who ii an old political soldiur, nnd is
anxious, if postiblo, to win buck much
that ho lost during tto war by bit open
oppotition to itt prusacution. Allen it
an ablo man, by fur t io superior of nearly
all othor Domocratt in his district. He
is popular with thu poople, und would
twoop everything biioro him if tbo (lit
trict were not the t,mo of buodrods of
tho boys in blue, ant ho understundt per
fectly well that at tho Democratic
lender, tie war would bo fuught over
from every tturi) lu Kgypt, nnd ho
druadi -u. Ii nn orlual. And yet ho would
risk it rather than that Oborly should bu
nominated in Lit stead. Allen would
bnvii the u od foollnu' of all the Domo-
crntie grani;rt m Kgypt, bccnuie hu is n
popular aav .cate, and, II oleclwl to Uon-
gresi, would bu ' out of their way." In
tellectually bu ii tho ttroiiL'e.t man In the
ranks of the opposition. Hut tho mau It
making to tha iront who may win tho
nomination fr m persistency, Thut is
llu.N. i m. wASnilUHKK,
ot williainiuii. Ho has probably tho
best record of any man in tbu opposition
ranks, but It Ucktnc in tho olomonts of
siiceets before tbu people, I learn that
ho ntri hit friends are pressing his claims
that lie ii ery anxloui, aud there ure
intimations that lio will run independ
ently, if not n minuted. Thit point
preited Uriniy i Hy loavo Oberly and i
Allen in the cold, but in such an event
their support wojld not ho worth much. '
It Is oaiy, therefore, to soo that Clements
will havo an eaiy tbinfc, if from no other i
causo but lack 'ef union among tho Do- j
inocrncv. orowiiw nt t nf tho in t tint ft Hn. I
mocrdcv. Krowin? nut of tho intonio da
Hiro of so many mon to o to Conprcsi. I
in Itopublican ranks, Thoro my bo a
llttlo truabbllni; ovor tho leglilativo
"loaves and llahoi," in trylni: to prpvont
ileail boati and hangori on from foisting
tbomidlvi'i on tbo party ; hut In thu Con
rjreinionKl raco tlmy stand shouldor to
kliouMer, and victory await thorn in
Day 5oar(lcr.sS0 per Month.
and Boats Day and Night.
BEERWART, ORTH & CO.,
Hollow Ware &c
.Manuf.ictiiriT anil Jobber of
ti.v,siii:i:t ikon ami cori'i:uw.vHi:
I'ninp-. lllnl Cist', Ii Crcum Fnriera
Wutfr I ooler. Wire Clotli Inr Wld
dow Seri'riix,.l:ipnni il Ware,
(Jiilterinir und Jo!) Work
MA DM A SI'KCIAIJTY.
A.'tnt lor tho
Garry Iron Roofing Co,,
Tho bet Iron lloolin;- In the Market.
Orderi from Ahmad will lleccive Prompt
All m.vu ,iili Iiirpaifii Him
ted to gnu satl'fuetlun.
FItKhH fcl'JHMJ (iOODS.
M It H . M . J A V K S O N.
(Formerly Mrs. Svinlers.)
iiiiiouiioetlint nhu has iimt oicncil a Jaritu
aMMirtmcnt o tbu h
N K W K.ST,
M03T KA3H IOWA iti
Mll'iiiery (Joodt to bo -(.tin i!lu ,, K ,
alio will keep on bann
Hats, IIiihnicts, Flowkii , J!timox
,ni.Minijlt ur ALL JvlNDS,
IMIUKS FURNISIUNO (JoOIlS, NoTIO.V
C'OLLAIlS, UNOKlULKKVltS, ItuKKS,
And a goods found In mlllinory ,cio..
ol which will bu ilUpoboU ol nt the low
cakh prlcen. Jlrs. Jackson renpoi.iul.
aAi a continuation of tbo putaonago w, a
lint been so llbetally bektuowod upon her .
the ladica ol Cairo ami tho vlclmtv.
Col inr blulp ,st.
The tr.o: t HeMtcntJ Sptclalut ff the A'jt, in a.
treatment vrvnir.lTR, CltllOXlO ad L'Jtl.
.V.I1' mi,ASKS, XKMl.VAl. WKAAWKSS.
:.rnvtfs.rs.i,rnipi.i;aoxTiiii -acv. nvrunnvTo
tociirv, ,uri'crj sight, loss or mi.uoiiv 1u
IUXIIOOI) rr.H , .CNTLY Tvctn. Tim chum or
I'llJltUL, I.ITrniTllir:, l,...tcj.lil,il...i, u(r,lnf .
l.lainlbff lou urr.Mb liwl, li. TU U'tWIuivQU
tuuarrUpi, Thilr biilur, cbi iui cur. 1'rl.w M vdI.,
'HllliitilliuiaMciiiilup, USUI miulrlnf lurslr.HII,
b.rJI al ftiui4iM. tr lultk rttj tailor a Mrni llt J-ivr.
UiJIJa in .Jol lh (.rUkU lrliiidtla, toarl, fttUbJ-
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, l'ruslief
Toilett Articles, Druggist's Fancy Goods, Collier Whit'
Lead and Other Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnishe.
Windnw Glass, Vix Flower Material, Ttbe Colors, Dy
fttllllS, l'Aii.f J'itC., lite.
WV Sollrlt rorropondence and order"
in want of floods In our Unu. Ktcamho.it,
l.hcd or lleillled with Itellablc Dms at
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
71 Ohio l.errc.
13 UUI Ul
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
Cor, 8th. St. and
LARGE STOCK OP DUESS GOODS
.1 APAXESE SI LKS, SI LK POI'LIKS,
ALPACAS, G HENADJ NES.
LARGE STOCK OF WHITE GOODS, Victoria Lawns,
Swiss, Marsailles and a Largo Stock of Ribbons. This entire
Stock will be sold at Actual Cost, and continue until it is
Call and bo convinced of Great Rarcrains.
;0 7-3 -tr.
AT WILCOX'S 11I.OCK l'Olt 1.00
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LA
oillh e Out l lrt ;iatlon:il llauk, :;-iri.:iin
lohn 11. ilulkcy.
William V. .Miilkcy.
iVTTOIINEYS AT IAW
llllli'P: KIl-IiIIi utreel. Iintwaou Cnniiinir.
u'.ul niiil WuihliiL'ton tt iilifs. fi-ll-lf.
GREEN & GILBERT,
Wllliiim II. (Ireen.
William It. (Illl.erl
Allies T. (Illlieil,
Hgrspuclal iitlontlon rIvcii to
und Steamboat imlucni.
Ohio l.eveo, Hnnnis" and 8
City National Hunk.
WILLIAM Jt. yMITll, il. D.
UKSIOEKOK No. 21, Tlilrli'cnlh ureot
'jctwetu WiiHhliiKton iiVHiiuu und Wuluii
truut. OUIcf 120 commercial venuo, up
nm mii in
from DniwrWb, I'hyslclans and Ociifral .Store
I'linUtlim nnd Family Meilleinu caret lull
KETA1L & I'ltEJCHIITION.
Wuslilirlnii Ate. ror. Dirilli SI
for Sale at
VLVCK NO. 1.
;i'Li;ck NO. 2.
ihi:im:w EcmioMos-nto.M wn
liAUll'S FAMOUS TAlXTIXd'S.
Thcso Liefc'iuil rhroiuot nro by lar tho mon
cxprciivu nietiilTi uvit (,'lvon In the pull
lie, beln lull of humor and "l'iiuk" to Iho
lat oxtent. ,SI III b 22 Inches, moulded
upon canvas and Uralnei-K. I'rle.o $10 thu
i.ur. Mini oruers to tlm publlalier, J. r.
t VDKlt, t!!i Superior Mruut, Clovi luiid, O.
lesci. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT &, SON
Wuolj.ilo :in I U it ill Dillon In
l'UHK LAKK 10K,
Cairo, Illinois, and Columbus, Kentucky.
Cairo olllco at Iliilcn V AVIUon'n. corner
TM'lltii utii'i't and Ohio lovco.
Wo will run nn leo waijon throughout tho
i'.'iaou, iieiiroriiiK imro laKO n o in any pan
l tlio clt ul tlm lowest market price, aril
olll uliiii luriiiuli our IrluuilH outnidii the city
Willi Ico nv tho cuke, or car load, Kicked lu
ww ilud, lor blilptiiciit to any ililunce.