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BmsHs XHr Every ri.
'"' JOXft. OBBftLT, Wltor.
rEftlVNTLVAlVIA AND WIsrOMRIX
The Democrat of Pennsylvania have
nominated man by the name of Pernl!
log for OoTcrnor, and adopted on Ohio-
currency platform. The Democrats of
Wisconsin have nominated Taylor lor
Governor, and have adopted a jilaltorni
declaring for a sound currency in coin,
or Its equivalent. Tlie Pennsylvania
platform was adopted In committee by a
majority of only one. The Wisconsin
platform was adopted with great una
nimity. HEM (J NED.
A special from the St. Louis llepubli
ran from Springfield, In this State, says :
"It transpires to-night that Col. A. .Mc
Laughlin, wcrctary of the railroad and
warehouse commissioners, ha? resigned.
The board was In session yesterday hut
left the city without any lormal adjourn
ment so fur as Is known. The resigna
tion lis not so far been olllclally nc
wptcd but probably will be, and there Is
no doubt there will be n great rush for
the position. The qualification required
Is a firm belief In the fitness ot John L.
Bcverldgc for the Republican nomina
tion for governor In 1870, applicants to
wait on tlio members of the board s
oon as possible.1'
A NtTFI'ICIfBJfT AHNWr.lt,
Some time ago, tho Paducah Hera.' J as
serted that Len Faxon had the shakes,
the result of too much conlldcnce In the
purity of tho atmosphere of Cairo. We
asked what the Uerald man meant by
Italicising "shake." To which the Her
ald replies, that "Len Faxon, though a
Frenchman, having associated with some
Italians in Cairo last Spring, has an at
tack of italic shakes." Well, we are glad
It is no worse. Poor Len might have had
an attack of italic snakes, which we have
been told are worse than any other kind.
They come on a fellow In platoons, and
In John Noble's kind of whisky uro as
numerous as fish in the sen. If Leu
would avoid such snakes let him keep
way from Noble's bottle.
WANT TO FIUIIT.
Ttio Jackson (Miss.) Times having
fctated that certain desperadoes from
Vkksburg had been engaged in the negro-slaughtering
bushiest at Clinton, in
that Slate, nine brave Viektburgers,
headed by Mr. G. O. Manlove, rush huo
print and dcuouueo the statement us
false and calumnious in every particular.
In conclusion of their "card" they say,
that "tho article in the Jackson Daily
Times, of the Cth Inst., Is un infamous and
highly colored lie from beginning to end.
and we, the undersigned, hold ourselves
personally responsible to the editor for
this assertion." Evidently, Manlove and
the other fellows wish to light. They
are anxious to get at the Time man with
all kinds of weapons. Wo oiler to them
Winnebago county, in this State, for thu
uauie ground, it u the toll on which
Southern chivalry received Insult in the
reoukc that was given to Jlr. Davis, and
it should be manured Into better poll
tics by chlvalric blood. To -Manlove
therefor it Is offered as a bleeding place
for him and Ids eight friends when the
Tint't man draws his pistol.
KOBLE'S "BEAHTIKUI, .OH"
The Paducali Herald believes wo ought
to be compelled to elucidate the question
started by ono of our correspondents re
cently "Who Is the author of Beautiful
Snow?" WeYlo not object. It has been
often said that- a Faxon did it, but we
know that John Noble is the author ot
the poem. Heretofore he has refused to
permit the fact to be made public, but
since he got Into his pending row with
Wattcrson, of the Louisville Courier-Jour'
ml, he has become reckless, nnd says he
don't care a lig. Thelutcrnal evidences
that John did not write It are strong; as
lor instance, the Hue, "Once 1 was pure
as the beautiful snow." Every person
wno Knows rvoblc knows this is not true.
He was once, no doubt, pure, but that he
was as pure as the beautiful snow he
himself docs not claim. Notwithstanding
audi internal evidences as this against
Nobls's authorship or the poem, wc still
assert it. We saw him write the poem
with yur own eyes. He did it wJth that
gentle ease tint characterizes him, nnd
uas never Dcen proud since.
TIIE CIRCUMTA.ci:ftl Anikl.0.
The almost assured success of Old Bill
Alien in unio at the pending October
election, and the effect it Is likely to have
upon tho presidential canvass of next
year, are creating much discussion among
me xiauicat managers at Washington.
Those who hare been making obscrva
tions In that dlrectlou lately are sure that
Mr. Allen's election will result In the re
nomluatlon of Gen. Grant for the presi
dency. Democratic success In Ohio will
convince the President that those cir
cumstances, mentioned by hint In his
much-commented upon third-term letter
u "not likely to arise," have arisen, and
he will step Into the imminent deadly
breach to save the Republican party at
the risk of making the great personal
sacrifice of serving a third time as Presl
lent of the United States. Ail the of-flce-holders
are preparing fortho contest,
and tho better class of Republicans may
find themselves overwhelmed In tliclr
nominating convention by tho Grant
hagers of their party. But, whatever
y be the action of the Republican
P'ty, the result of the election next
year win, if the Democrats aet with wis
dora, remove m dwgerof thlrd-tcrmlsm
from the poimctcl the Republic.
Clara Morris, th cw)raU.u actrcMi
ftu Just pawed through an ordeal that
hm proved her a heroine. For wine
tlmo past, she has been uffcrlnc irom
aplnal disease. She visited Eurom. i
. - ji ......
ope oi uniting relict, nut
ters, "lit a continuous statu of pain that
robbed her of days ol rest and
nights ol sleep.'' Dr. IklvJu
was called In. and ho asked to
have a consiiltallon with Professor Hall,
"whose reputation for tlio treatment of
spinal affections Is world-wide." These
two doctors decided that nothing but the
severest treatment could possibly nrrest
the disease, an operation known ns
moan, wnicli consists In burning the
flesh nlong the sides ol the
spine with lrotn heated to
white heat. Clam eon
-v.i.tu. our wns required ro Ait on n
-iMltm1 CI.. ... . . .
low chair with her back tared. Her faco
waspalo and rigid as marble. There
was n pitiful trembling In her poor little
nanus. Doctor Jlclvln lit his furnaco.
The flames, heating tho Iron, roared in
Clara's ears. Dr. Hall marked with n
pencil the line the Iron was to follow on
eiiiier sine llic spine. With n flash the
iron was applied. Not a shriek, not a
sigh, not a groan. "My God I cannot.
iniiot hear It," cried tho suflercr lust as
me dreadful work was ilnlslir-il. Tim
little heroine helped replace !.er own
clothes after the wounds were dressed.
and walked calmly to the carriage. ''The
doctors said it win n wonderful exhibit
WANT TO OBTAIN.
The attention of thu readers living on
watercourses is Invited to the following:
The Chief Signal Olllcer desires to ob
tain, nt as early a date as practicable,
from planters and others living in the
valleys of the Ohio nnd Lower -Mississippi
Myers, Information as to the
amount of damage done by the recent
overflow, to crops or other property in
those sections ; and, to carry out tills
purpose, lie would be pleased to have an
swers to the following questions, sent to
him at Washington, D. C. :
1. Name of County and State In which
tho person making the report resides.
2. Number of acres in said county over
flowed. II. Date at which ground was lirst cov
ered by overflow.
4. Greatest depth of water on ground,
witli date at which maximum was
0. Duration of overflow.
0. Nature or crops injured, with acre
age of each kind.
7. Name and location of each planta
tion at which damage was done, either
to crops or properly.
j. hucli other information as bears di
rectly upon (lie subject.
A I.lTTl.E Fi;MAI.K PHOnillY
A Des Moines, Iowa, correspondent of
the Chicago Evening Journal b-lls a won
drous tale of a llitlu female literary prod
Igy who lives in Lucas county in that
State. Heriiamuls Lllli iu It. Fearing,
aliout eleven years of age, fragile form,
weak in bodily health and nearly blind.
blie cannot read, but her mother reads to
her from the best nnclent and modern
poets, tho listening delightedly. "For
hours," says the correspondent, "Jshe will
ponder over the thoughts of these master
minds, nnd then sho will call her mother
to write what she dictates. Pace after
page will be written, clothed In beautiful
thoughts and faultless style, as rapidly as
can be written." -Many of her produc
tions havo been published. The corres
pondent sends one to tho Journal. It
recently appeared In the l'oumi Folks'
Oh, the l'see that, tail and weir,
'turned toward life's cettliik: mm,
As the culdin ewerhbroken,
Anil its siller waters run ;
Coursjr cuuruKC, wiirv watcher,
l'or llic day Is nearly done.
Oil, the looUti iie hIow and weary,
mniK(lliK t thnuiiolil bright
WaltiiiK for I he (inciiliiK portal
Ofetemulday anduliiht I
Wnltlnjr for tneirreal Itcdcctner't
Volceacrms the starless night.
Oh the handt that vi liltc and trcmblluj;
Urasplns: yet llfe'b lingeriiiK rav
Standing 'iiuith the crlmnou banner,
Wavlnn ertr to the day :
Ilnniiers that nrv cer tosainp,
Where the nilKhty shadows play.
UOKHO.N AMI I.AMAII.
Gen. Gordon, called by his admirers
tho eloquent statesman of Georgia, and
Mr. Lamar, called by his admirers the el
oqtient statesman of Mississippi, aronow
canvassing the province of Adelbert
Ames In company. A few days ago
they spoke together at Holly Springs,
nnd evidently made tellingspeeches. Tho
correspondent of the Vicksburg Herald,
writing irom Holly Springs nnd report
ing the meeting, fairly glows with admir
ation of the oratorical ability or the
"favorite sous of the South."
Gordon was first to speak. Ho talked
ot JlNslssIppl and the danirers that
threatened to crush her out of existence ;
reviewed tiicentlro career of thu Repub
lican party; went back to the olden
time and followed the course of
events to tlio present day
with n statesmanlike ability and
ejcsniess that was ns matchless as con
vlnclng ; paid a high tribute to thocourairo
aiiu patriotism ot tlio Federal soldiers ;
addressed tho colored people as "friends
and countrymen ;" he asked all to look
upon Mis-lssippl as their mother, walling
In her distress, weeping in liersliame and
calling on them to rescuo her, etc., etc.
"Tlie close of his speech," says the cor
respondent, "was magnificent. He Is man.
ly in person, over six feet in lilght, fine
eye, noble face, and large Roman huad.
He stood like a man, every Inch ol him.
Such men as General John B. Gordou are
seldom bom ; they live to many genera
tions. What a splendid model fortho
young men of the South to follow. What
a glorious example for the mothers of the
South to point out to their children. The
champion ol truth, virtue and liberty,
Senator Gordon stands to-day ono of the
purest and best men in tho nation," Most
excellent gush this.
Gen. Gordon, was followed by Mr.
Lamar. "Now, as Georgia's Senator
takes his seat, Mississippi's congressman
comes to the front," lathe way tho cor
respondent puts It. Ru Is "tired and
hoarse not himself; but ho gets down
to his work in a little time. At first ho
indulges In rcuilnicetices. In Holly
npnngs, twenty years ago, ho received
women, and his heart throbs with pride.
Ills hoarseness loft him, and "ho was
himselt again." Ho discussed tho politi
cal issues with great nbltlty, and then
came his peroration. Mark this, and ob
serve how the correspondent gushes like
forly fountains: "Ills eagle ryo glist
ened In its splendor, hs ho paused and
seemed to measure men before him , and
weigh the grand thought that made
every nerve tremble with emotion; like
a lion ready to leap gathering full power,
thu splendid speaker broke tlio silence
with the finest flow of oratory that ever
charmed nn audience."
"Our correspondent," snys tho Herald,
commenting on his report, "seeing to
havo gotten in n stock of what Byron
used to call ,entii'.symiisy' that Is equal
to the occasion. As 'bravo men were liv
ing before Agamemnon,' wo fancy that
thu world has heard speeches nearly
equal to those delivered nt Holly Springs
Our jinn headed "The lluckner Kamlh " has
found It way Into the columns of llu- Paducali
Herald, fronted to lh Cairo (iaiettc Friend
.Noble, It don't nuttier much, but jnel put on
your spectacles nexttlmc.-iOiIro Bulletin
Wo think It does "matter much," es
pecially as there is n possibility that
there are from Tour to six lights In that
"Item." We arc therefore rejoiced in
being able to relievo Moso Harrell lrom
the necessity of killing lle
or six Buckners. And now
wc wish tho Buckners to clearly ttn
derssand, when they begin to send out
significant notes t editors that it was
Uberly. of the Cairo Bum.kti.v, and not
Moso Harrell, of the Cairo (Jazttte. who
wrote mat little "Jleni" aliout tlie Buck
ners. And then, again, should any of the
Buckners. Instead of sinditnr out little
notes, lake It Into their heads to send out
a few six-shooters to hunt up advices
upon tills subject, wo wMi them to un
(lerMuiitl, merely out of a
reasonable prudence and for fear
of n mistake, that we utterly
disclaim tlie authorship of that "item,"
and assumu no rc.-ponslbllity whatever
for it. Tills thing of shooting tlie wrong
iiiun and enquiring about It afterwards
don't suit us, and there is no telling what
nonsense "old Buckner" may stumble
on. Oberly is the man .'Paducali Her
ald. Now, that we have had time to think
of it, we aru suru Mosu wrote the Buck
ner Item. Alter reading what the Her
ald says about tlio careless habits of
"Old Buckner" when handling firearms,
we arrived at the conclusion that we
didn't write that "item," and that Mosc
did. Wo don't want Mosc to be pep
pered by "Old Buckner," but really if
some one must lie Mosu ought to be tlio
man. He would be a better man than we
to shoot at. As a mark wo never were
u success, but Mose can't Imj excelled.
Wc never even read the Buckner item.
dipt. Ed. L. Merritt, of the State
llegiiter, with his estimable wife, have
gone to Nebraska on a vl?it to relatives.
The Republicans of Pulaski county
have decided not to hold a convention for
thu nomination of county officials this
MUs Emma F. Snyder will com
mence a series of protracted meetings
in the M. h. church, at .Mound City, on
the ICtli Inst.
Col. I). L. Phillips, of the Spring
Held State Journal, Jelt his home on the
7th Inst, for a journey to California with
his Invalid Mm, John Phillips.
Tho California legislature will stand :
In the Senate, 23 Democrats, 18 Independ
ent Democrats, and 10 Republicans; in
the Assembly, 15 Democrats, 8 Independ
ents, and 11 Republicans.
A New York telegram snys mat
Capt. Ends' plan for the Improvement
ot the Mississippi river meets the np
provui or uie Committee of Engineers
that for a week past ha- been consider
ing its details.
"Tlie Mayor has had eight negroes
burled, which lie thinks embraces all that
wern killed," says the Vicksburg Herald
speaking of tho Mayor of Clinton, Miss
issippi, where the negroes massacred the
whites by getting killed themselves.
Gov. Leslie, wlio lias just retired
from thu executive olllce of Kentucky,
was u greater pardouer of convicts than
our Governor Beveridgo. During tlie
five years lie occupied tlio olllce, he par
doned more than live hundred.
Tho Paducah A'etM says: "Tho to
bacco worms nro worrying thu farmers
now as bad as the mosquitoes are worry
ing tlio town Tellers. Tlie last moon
brought n perfect shower of tliein, and
they now number from live to seven to
1 he Republican managers arc levy
ing niuckmatl upon the female clerks in
tlio departments at Washington making
them contribute to the Republican cam
paign fund in Ohio. This lias never
been done before, and proven tho desper
ation of tlie Radical cabal.
"It was reported on the streets yes
terday,"says tho Vicksburg Herald ot tho
8th, "that three white men uud renegades
had been killed In or near Utlea, in Hinds
county." By "whlto men mill rene-
gader" the Herald means white Southern
men who arc Republicans. The klllinir
of such whlto men Is a venal olleuse
down In the Herald's neck of woods.
The Paducali Herald says : "Wo think
tho Cairo Bulletin is mistaken in men
tioning Judge Lindsay and Gen. Preston
a candidates for United States Senator in
Kentucky. It may possibly be the fact
that Isaac Caldwell, of Louisville, may
bo presented by his friends lor the place ;
but whether ho will accede to tliclr
wishes, wo cannot pretend to determine.
It is said, Gen. John Cochrane re
cently stated that tho object of the New
York Liberals at present was to wait un
til the Republicans and Democrats had
made their nominations, when the Libei
als would take their choice from the two
tickets. Ho said it would cost at least
$30,000 to conduct an Independent can
vass in the State, and the Liberals did not
have $10 in their treasury.
If, now, we can get thu chlvnlrlo St.
Louis editors Into the Johet penitentiary
for n few hours, and then pardon them,
no other foolish fellows will ever nop at
each other In Illinois. The law Is as fol-
lows-Sec. C5. Chanter 38 (Revised Stat.
utes of 1874) : Whoever fights a duel
with any deadly wcaoon. although no
death ensues : and tvorv aacond. and
whoever aids and abets In such duel
shall be Imprisoned In tlio penitentiary
not less than one nor more than Ilvo
years, or bo lined not exceeding $3,000.
i no Ciirnil Vouricr says ! "Tho De
mocracy of -Montgomery county, this
State, hove wisely lsued an nddrcss In
viting all voters who honestly wish n
change to unite with them In this great
battle against corruption. This Is right
n solid array will telf, but n dlvMon only
means a continuance ol the present rogue
ry nnd corruption."
"Yesterday afternoon," says n Ten
nessec paper, "the handsome MUs Jen-"
nie Taylor was borne to the cemetery be
fore n large concourse ol grieving men,
women, and vehicles." "This," says J.
Ed. Clarke's Independent, "Is equal to
'Our Jon'n Stuart, who, while conduct
ing the Hrpuhliean, gave an obituary
thus: 'An excellent sermon was
preached In presence of tho corpse.' "
Tho Louisville Ledger tells how mean
is the man who ruined Pulsion. "D. o,
Mills," says the Ledger, "tlie mail who
demanded that Ralston should resign,
and vhoo clandestine Interviews with
the newspapers scent to havo hastened
the collapse and I'alston's death, owes
his fortune to the dead banker, lie was
taken by Ralston out or tin up-country
store nnd made President of the Bank of
California, lie sas then poor and un
known ; he now has nu Income ol SfeOO a
day. It is aid that there Is no better
way to make a man your enemy than to
place lilm under obligations to von, nnd I
Mills stems to have proved tho truth ot
Lnrtfo .Viiiiilier or Arrests In Alaliiiinii
N.siiii.i,i:, Tknn., September 0 The
American's special from Decatur, Ala.,
to-night says: The United Slates secret
service force aru doing good work in
Souih ami -North Alabama: ami Middle
Teniie"-i.c. An organized baud of eoiiii
terleiters, with headquarter in St. I.uiiK
extending to South Alabama,
has been detected. James- Ed
wards and Andy Edwards ol
Lewlsburg, Tenn.. brother and fat bur of
Henry C. lid wards, arrested at St. Louis
a short time ago lur eouiittrfcillng;
Henry M.Xelll, James R. Neill. wealthy
farmcs ot Petersburg. Tenu., W. W. Gor-
farmcs ot Petersburg, Tenu., W.
don, nicichaiit and Deputy shcritl.
villc. Tenu.: S R. Nelll, Jr., and
imi ,i. :
Graham, prominent citizens of Kutaw.
Ala.; B. II. Bowers, I'orklaml, Greene
county. Ala., an extensive fanner;
G. W. hiuipson, city mar-lial,
ami candidate for mayor of I'tii
caloosa ; alo Alex. Slnip-on, hotel man.
John lkuly and Tom Garner, gin mill
smashers. Tii-caloosa, Ala.; h. S. Dunn,
county commissioner and fanner of some
pretention., ol Tuculoo.i county, were
all arretted and brought, to tliU uhuw in.
day to appear before United States Coiu-
iiiis-ioiier mice, r ivu Hollars on Traders
ami raxtoiiamlCanloii, Illinois, National
banks, S.Viand $'20 legal-tender, and fifty
cent, ctincncy are the hill counterfeited.
St. Louis seems to be the siiimlvlny
point. Edward", Gordon. Bowers, Dunn
and tlie Xcills are tlie wlmlesuli' iI..mIit,
The end is not yet. Sounds under direc
tion of tho chief olllcer of tho secret ser
vice division are to ho heard iitmi. it 1
a glgaiitie eotulihiiifi'"! ' counterfeiter.-,
and jk.'1-soiis ot tveallh and social promi
nence will he Involved.
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faithful carriers nt Twenty-Kivc Cents a Wick,
imyiUile wiekly. lly.Mull, (In chance), SlOinr
annurai tlx months, tGj thnc monllu, $3) one
month, $1 21.
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that subscribers will obtain for a 8ubfcriitlon
rice of 1 a year.
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tsell Biibneinient Insertion. W
KfOno Inch t& a srjtmie:
ff'to roKuUrniivtrtUers wc offer superior in
ducements, twin as to rstc ot chsrfes nnd man
ner of displaying their favors.
Communications upon subjects of gen-
sral Interest to the public solicited.
KfAll Iluslntss Letters should be addressed to
1'iilro nulletlii Com puny.
Mme. S. A. & F. Johnson
Wish to inform tlie Lsdlcs that they have called
nere wuu an
Elegant Assortment of Human Bair.
Will renew nnd work over all old hulrlnlhe
newiol and niiiHt fuehlouable Myle. Ladlrsuie
we are till!! mtly' ourla' ' "'"""I' "li'l
At tho Vory Lowest Prices.
IlaviiiK recently arrived from Loudon and
ii1 1 ' ivu' '"" conndently Klve ynu the latest
i3ies in cu-ry variety ol'lialrdresslnfr
Store on Eighth Street, Near the Bank
T, 1fmP '"f tv)nlWnUl circular, ot ant valuo,
a. Ua-sjiit, u. waiu, m, iutmis iuj.
Tho Pooplc's Ilonicdy. (
Tho Universal Pain Ext actor.
Aak for Pond'" Extract.
Tako no otiier.
fori will (Irak of ixnlhutlhlus-.'
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POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
.Vol! Vui li mitl I.iiikIoii.
In Chancery Master't Sale.
Stale of Illinois, Ale.mnler County
In the Alevunler (- unty tlicnlt i.uit,
Willhini M Attn rlon.uiil. John HiMlriwv..Jolm
llol'I'-n nii'l .MiirKuict i ailuci -I'aililiun.
IJl'lll.ll imllcvU heu!) clun tint in ur
X nuneiMil'ii ilirice r mlcieil in th dlxitc
t'litltlnl call-i, In ill r.-nit nt the .May lenn
theuol, V. Ii I-"., I, ,J.,lni (, lluriiian nutter
liiehunri ry ul Mihl eoiiutt , u ill n I hnnwl.is
llic i.til ilny ol emlx-r, A I). U, t tin
llolirnf.i o'clock p in nl:ll'l ilny. ..II lit .lili.
lie uniliic, ill ll.c c-.iirt hoinn' ilixir In il.cciu ot
Uilro, in mhl eoiinty, t e follow Inn terfl .il
real fhtule to-wit. I tie ?ont!i liulfut tl north
eat f u liter ol -lelion lm nt -teteii ( ',), toun-
hli llllien (li), touih limp-, niiinlier tuo(-)
wet of the llilnl irim lil inirliliiin In the
county ol Ale.iiitiraiii "taieof Illinois, lie
Kelher u ilh Hit- leiK'inenln anil lieii-lil.tiiiento
tlii-H-unto iKionitliiff or Hindu aiij'crl iliHii
'lenns ol -iile une-half ivisli III liaiel li.u
nnri' In oih nml tiv jear itjuul iuj mi iitu,
u llli rK kt rent Inleri-t (r iiiiiiiiiu ilii re,.ii
ih'lernil .aiM'iil to be i-ecim-d 1 niyiiiriiiri'
mi Hie iro'ly miM
(ulr,., Illinois, Aiiku.I i.Mh, I
JOHN if IIAKMAN,
. ,, , , .Mailer in i h.inrerv
,'l "ft v ,ar,s',e"' ' nmi'lalnants oolleitor..
LH lwrtliy Klven Unil l null liu ln liein made
foriiiorutliiiiisixly alnyi in the iih) inent of
u iioruon oi iiieilllloilUI MVIiriil loin- I'll d iv 11
.n win . ,,, rii-:;:"'i i "i "j"" ' ;". 1 ! u"y
... ............ "Miiiun- lino riiHllliri. HlVfll'
tiud,iidiiilnli.nitor.s An .t l.lilm 'Iuuiim-ihI
...i,.ii"i,.inini, ..inj mi, iroi ami reronled in
im iTOiiuiT nuiiin- in 11 nt i ior - lexaiiikr conn
i ) 111 un ri-uu- 111 1111111119,111 Ikiok I., Oil llll.'C
'i '. Aci' '." "I Hie ri.iler oflu'l
mi i it . nj u viuio, in tain coiiiuy ami in
book t. ol ilmls, on mire i.;K. v We. the nn.
.itisini-,1, n.iiu iuoik.iii",, ,,iu on aturiliit
the eleventh day nfiiiteuiUr lie.M, A I). K
ai loo eiocK in ineiorenijon or that da umhr
ami by virtue of thejerof tale eon. allied in
j..n. wi.r en, hi jiij ut if urn iion. to the
iiKiivni oiooer, iiirriill. ill tlie olUic IniilillliK of
nernl vtnliliii;tiji auntie and Llsrhlienthutieet
uiu iiii,i,a ,n nit ,ii 1 1 ii viiy I'lliel I m the
111 mid rlty of Cairo, in
-Mexaiiiler eounii un,
Muleofiliinoii, nil Iherh
Idle mid I
oi Mini .laiiifs .M. Ileierly, or hli n-lsiis, In
and to lot immUTeil l.i (llHrleeii) urn) II lour,
tieii.) In block nninbei hi .1 (iweiiti-ninti In
,1 . i 1 11 lopl"1 " 'he leeoriied ilat
i.nV.,o.,'.J,,. .. :,,.i l. "" VriT "'" .
I'ateil, (.niro, lllliioii, .UiL'imt H Ih, lT5
II.I.IAM t; w kimoi'i;
ntl.KI.UK K TOWNMiMi,
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co..
Paduonh, Shawnootown, EvntiH
villo, Louisvillo, Cinoirmnti
nnd all wny lnudings.
The unrivalled tlde-wbecl steamer
(V, -"",,E .Mu.tcT.
hi). II, Iiiomas Clerk.
iind'lllUUSI)A nl 1 o'clock 11 111.
lAayei Cairo every TUIJSHA V mid I'lilDA V.al
bo clock i m
'I lie desaut sldt-wlii-vl sli-.inici
llKN llOWAIl! Jtaill'l'
WAI.TE1I 11. t'BXMKUTUX clerk.
Will leiue i:vansvillo for Cairo eery Ti;i:.S-,l-
and Kill. A V lit I o'clock i lii
,1,""Kl''a'-,'"V'1.lry Wi:i)M;slJAY mid: SAT
UIIU.W at u o'clock i. 111
The elegant side-w heel eliiin.rr
Leave? Kvnnsvllle for Cairn every
i.i 1 111111 1 uii.Mi 1 in i. mi
l.eaeaCiiirueery lllLTibliA V and SL.VIA1
r.acli boat makes close conncellons nt Cairo
Willi llrbl-ellUM .fi imiei-u Tiii' si I ..nl.. Mn....
Pills nml New flrle.uid, and at llvansillle Willi
the K A- C. It. It i,,i ,.n ,,h. v, ,.-,i. .,,,.1 !.,.,
unil Willi the I.oiilve .Mull bleamer for nil
points un the Upper Oliio, jfivlnir UiidiikIiii
i-cipts nnlieib'liU und .aeciiiKiie id all points
tor nit (in r iniormntinn apply to
SOI., MLVKIt, l'lissinger Agent
J. M. I'lUf.l.ll'S, ABi'nH
Or to ii .1 cit.wnli'i!
siiperinlendeut and Gnural Kielclil AkuiI,
Viantlnir Hrlinol Klirnllijriiormiililli'liniiM nrlto
J 1'. 1IAKKII, N11.il N hi'Vi nlli I. mils, Mo.
TTIIlll lllM ttllinll' ll,., ..' Cnr.il..nl II ....t
JJ Lost Mauliood und all disurderu liroimbl
on by indiscretions or excess
K. HILTON ft CO..
DnuGoiaTa' PANoy aoorift.
WAX PLOWEIt MATEHIAL,
WKsoli ltcoiri-.oncUnc;nnil orl(.r from DiuxkIsIh, I'hylclans nml fiemnil florin In wnn
... . "Tifoo-H luiurllne ."Uanilwut. I'lnnlut on nn-l Faiiillv lllirni (. u..-. iurl.l,l ...
MM with n-llublc UriljtJ nt te.wonnlile tuti n.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL. p A
74 Oblo Leveo.
Wood ! Wood ! Woo d !
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Ciiiro& St Louis Trnnsfcr & Coal Companvis owpronnrcdto
llll orders for Wood nnd Ciml. Delivered to nnv pnr of tho Citv. rtt
tho Lowest Cash Prico. OFFICE AND YARD nt tho Cniro & St.
Louis Narrow Gauge Depot.
W o't. 4 f)0t. nor uor t
Wood, b i woil, tier cord
Wood, nawnl unil npllt, nor cord
d.iil, en. load, i-r ton
Coal, oiir lo.id, Bintrl -ton
Com. car load, ono-hulf ton
T.aavo orders nl V M. StcrlMli th'n. n2
isixin airuoi unit Uommercial Avunut,
Ordora Sollcitcil nml Promptly Filled.
T. M. WARD, Supt.
JAS B:.IAiyEtSoo,yc& Troas.
F M, STOCKFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealor in
jrQEuaxGrisr -jntdd domestic
Wines and Liquors,
G2 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
KocpH a full Bt 'ok of
Monongahela, Rye and Kobinson County
I'ltiiiJMUH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN
KBLLV ISLAND iNI CALIFORNIA WINES.
LARGE STOCK Of DRY GOODS
Offen l fjrSale at
Creat Hoducticn in Prices,,
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Table Linons, Porcalos,
LARGi STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Japanese Silks, Silk Poplins,
I.lir.'e Sloel. nrWIilli, n,l. iri. 1-
nibbon.. 'ii,uc,-,iiE.i,kTrii i&Z o,S
1111 l.eeoiiviueeilol (ire.it llurtraliis I T Kit. Mi si ttl. TI.V t sii " '
Cornor 2SigiithL St. and Commercial Ave
UOJjJjLBIt WHITE LEAD.
COLO By, OILS.
ETC., E l C.
MET AIL Sc. PRESCRTPTIOR
"aqhlnc'oi- A v., Cor. 8th S
nt tho Cryitul Saloon, corner
nml at tho Company's Or.lcw
JS'I1!!!' . !M '