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ion m. omi.T, mut.
Hon. Milton liny ha boon inenttesjed
M a possible candidate tor Governor
tliaBepnbltmntlca. This U a more
sent to weaken Cniloni, oml wo lo not
belteve nay will permit himself to be
tmd. He will chew hi tobacco and say
nothing natil the proper time comw.
"air. May would be very acceptable to the
railroad Interests. H nominated, the
corporation of tho State will pour out
their oney to secure his election ; but ho
enn rarity be beaten.
When the two high-toned editors of
St. Lonls shot at each other In Winne
bago county, nnd neglected to hit each
other, Gov. Beverldfe fell into a great
(state ot excitement, and demanded the
arrest and punishment of the culprits;
but, up In Williamson men had been
shooting nt each other for fycars, taking
care to hit and kill every tlmethoy shot,
and Beverldgu was as dumb an an oyster.
When atked to interpose his authority, ho
replied with a whine: "I cau't. What
can I dof He might, at least, have man
ifested as much Interest in tho William
son county affairs, as ho did In that of the
chlvalric asses ol Missouri. But the ways
of Bevcrldge arc mysterious, and past
PEACE HI XIMIIMIPPI.
AVlcksbarg Herald reporter had an
interview with Gov. Amcs.of Mississippi,
a few days ago, and found him in n pcacc-
deslrlng frame of mind . He knows of no
present trouble, and will hereafter invoke
the civil power before using the military.
He called tot troops because the Sheriff,
who Is colored, said be was unable to en
force (he law. Governor Ames says he
will call upon the Sheriff of Warren coun
ty, U necessary, to quell any disturbance
before using or trying to use troops. He
says he wants to sec peace prevail, and
will hall with delight the day when the
whites and blacks will move togctlier n
harmony. Unless there Is a more peace
able state ot oflaira, he does- not believe
there can be a fair election, though he
knows of no violence now. The Governor
has not heard of any affidavits being
made against tho Vlcksbnrgers whrfpar"
ticlpated in the Clinton affair, but Is ret
icent as to the future.
A BEllaiCVS BATTLE. w
The telegraph Informs u of a little bat
tle that took place In Peru, La Salle
county, on the Oth, for the posaesstouaf a
number of young orphan chUdwn iiiely
arrived from the New York Juvenile Or
phan Asylum for distribution. Among
inosc inquiring for the children were aev-
eral respectable Catholic cltlzens'ohd tann
ers, who offered the necessary fees, etc.,
um were met with a blank refusal, tho
principal alleged reason Irelng their un.
willingness to allow them to settle anion
of several ot the applicants, and, headed
by Fathers Smith and Gray, both proml
nent Catholic clergymen of (tie vicinity,
tuey rorciwy cook possession or six or
eight of the yotinger boys and two girls,
sisters, and conveyed them to St. Mary's
Academy, where they still remain, well
provided lor. Mr. Wright, the olllccr in
charge of the orphans, has telegraphed
lor (tinner instructions.
umui iivinv age.
The numbers of The Living Age tor
September 4th and 11 Ui contain Memoirs
of Count deSegur, and The First Stow
art In England, from the Quarterly Re
view; Nan; a Summer Scene,
from Blackwood; The Muditcrra
nesool Japan, and Prof. Calrncs,
from the Fortnightly Review; Thomas
Ellwood, from Leisure Hour; Hans Chris
tian Andersen, from the Spectator; with
instalments of "German Homo Life,"
"Fated to be Free," and "Tho Dilem
ma," and the usual choice poetry and
A new volume began July 1st. With
flfty-two numbers, of slxty-four largo
pages each, (aggregating over 3000 pages
a year) the subscription price ($8) is low;
or still bettei, for $10.60 any one of the
American $i monthlies or weeklies is
sent with The Living Age for a year, both
post paid. l.lttcll & Gay, Boston Pub
lishers. THE1B POLITICK.
. The Southern IllinoUan says, that
"while it is a fact tho Sheriff ot Franklin
county is a Democrat, it does not do
away with the fact that even- outlaw In
that county, banded together to molest
ana rot) Innocent and good citizens, arc,
the but one of them, Democrats, and some
oi tuem leaders of the panjr."
There was never a more palpable false.
uooatnan this written, and we would
like to believe the editor of the Utnoua
wrote it in ignorance. It Ua fact, known
to an persons who have
investigated the subject, Uiat
the initiatory ceremony of the Franklin
county Ku-kluxKlan was usually ner.
formed at a low Illicit doggery at Sneak
uui, tne proprietor of which was a Re
publican and one of the leaders of the
gang. Of the arty Ku-klux for whom
writs were Issm-d, fully one-half were
Republicans. Of the tUty, nineteen were
Summeraes, and all the Bummerees about
Sneak out but one family are Repubh
cans; and, it any appear strange to the
UllnoUan, the Democratic Summerscs
the oaes taat remained outside the
wan. jaw, t,,, inlormtr aD j
ftesCouleU wrore United
cans. The SL.Bepublt
charge that the Uea0'
are reanonalhln fnTTT. w Franklin
that county. ThekWW,,uUm of
objects in view. lUtnemW? poUUcaI
latarsstedln aUschlaf sad baaCTC(non
ud bad women than Ui ajUlrt oTSSj
The financial planks of the platform
tho Pennsylvania Democrats arc, In S
stance, Uiow of the Ohio Deaiocidlc
platform, but bettor written. TMy-Ms
at follow :
-.Ar(nM That 'the coirtrafctlon f tho
money currency and circulating medium
heretofore made by the Republican party,
and the farther contraction proposed by
it with h view, to r-forced resumption of
specie payments, has already brought.
kn4 tliatt ass) vwmim of 'BrtBfy "b
nndkept equal to the wants of trade,
leaving me restoration or Kgai traders to
par In gold to be brought by promoting
the industries of the' people, and not by
Eighth Thtt the policy already laltla
ted by (lie Kef ubllcan party of abolishing
legal tenders and giving the national
hank tlu, MUMHi tn fiM.lsta all ttu, flip.
rcncywlll increase ihe power of an al
ready dangerous monopoly and the
enormous' burdens now eeereMlng the
people, without compensating advan
tages, and that nil the national bank cir
culation be promptly and permanently
retired and full legal tenders Issued in
Ninththai the public Interest dc
mands that tho government should cease
to discredit Its own money, and should
make Its legal tenders receivable for all
public dues, exoept where respect for
the obligation of contracts requires pay
mcnt la coin.
Tenth The extinction of the present
national banks and the establishment In
their stead of a system, of free banks of
(Uscoant and deposit under sah refuia
tloas as the itatea respectively, may pro
scnue, aau na paaer tasasy, exoept saon
as may be Issued directly and upon the
faith of tbe.-Fc(kral jBTVefnmcnt, afford
ing practically a currency based on th
goiu ami silver ami wer property or tne
whole people of the ootmtry.
THE BBftMCaf APlO
At thelr.reoeht State ClftfMifcmi .Use
De"orats nominated Jud Fetsfcmg U
th'eAni(MaatefTerko., ;rasa the
now lorxiTmjfc we oorain uie awiow
Ing brief sketch of hit We awl pnbMo ser
Cyrus LPefshlng Is bow about flfty-
tivc years of age, was bora la Youags
town. Wcatmoraltmt oatiUv. Pa., and
liss for assay years been la pawlo Hfc.
He has sstea aeveral tarm la bn legis
lature, aad ais also been a member of
Congrcsa: 'Mr. Feraahig's 1M, Ilka that
of moat mattnade men, was up-bMwork
at first; but he found a Arm friend la
Judge MasJq and afer afadylmxlaw itki
tnat gentleman ho waa admitted to the
Bar of bis native Mate la I860, ami saon
gained a lucrative" practice in Cambria
county, where he had settled.
In 1871, Mr. FersMag was nominated
and elected to the LegWatutet He was
re-ekcted In 1062, 1663, 18M and 1886,serv
tng for five auoceative terms, paring
the whole of his service at HarrUburg.'he
portant committees. At the session of
1863, the only mm In wWcb e DeW
crats were la a majority, Mr. PrrsAmg
waa caairmaa of tM Conimw
tee on Federal Relations, and at the
succeeding sessioa was the Democratic
nominee tor Speaker of the House. In
this year the interest of the 'Statu debt
was directed, by act of the Legislature.
to be paid in depreciated paber in
stead of coin. On this question Mr.
Pershing made an able and
exhaustive speech, contending for he In
violability of contracts and aseeroaf that
State credit should be as sacred as
United. States credit thatrtan State-
should live uf tolheir coaeraem arfcB
iy at the general gvernmttaai (be
United State goverameat paid her jater
est in gold when she extracted so to' da
and the Suite of Pennsylvania should; do
tne same, in as ne rsnomateci esaual-
tion, and the hoaorsMe stand tabaa y
him la the ileglsMtBfe has- ttaee ' beea
malataiaed by the Sapiema Oaart af She
United States, who have antrmed ha'
sacred observance of such contracts. In
the Legislature Mr. PersMag was an ao ,
knowledged leader and enjoyed the conV
tldence and personal esteem of his fellow
members without distinction of party.
ATM 0r HKBT T
Hon. nenry T. Blow', a prominent cit
izen of St. Louis, died suddenly of con
gestion, at Saratoga, on Saturday last.
The Republican gives the following
sketch of the deceased: "Henry T.
Blow was born July 15, 1817, in South
ampton county, Virginia, his father be
ing Capt. Peter Blow, a respectable
planter of that state. Capt. Blow re
moved for a short time to Alabama, from
whence he. came to St. Louis In 1830, and
became proprietor of what was known
than m& tor yium aftarwimlo aa'tlie iTtS-
fereon hotel. Henry T. Blow was early
sent to school, and was given the best
educational advantages the West afford
ed. He veatually graduated at the St.
Louis university with honor and dis
tinction. His fattier designed bim for
a lawyer, but circumstances drew hlra
into other pursuits, and lie com
menced hU business career in the
drug store of Joseph Cbarless & Son, as
clerk, and in 1830, when the senior part
ner retired, Mr. Blow went into partner
ship with the son, under the Arm of Char
less A Blow, Mr. Cbarless being his
brother-in-law by intermarriage with his
sister. In 1839 Mr, Charles retired from
the business, which was conducted by
?w aione nntu JWO, when Mr.
Chsrlcss again became a partner and the
nrtn was changed to Joseph Charles &
Co. The business became enlarged, and
the white lead works, which formed the
present Collier White lead and Oil com
pany, were connected with their busl
ness. In ISii the partnership was again
dissolved, Mr; Cbarless retaining the drug
business and Mr. Haw. taking charge of
the white lead works, of which be was
president for many years.
"On tbelftb of July, 1M0, Mr. Blow
WNjsarrJai ta Miss QrlmiUy, the beau-
ita.t ! . 1 Av.a a . m
aooonpuaaeci aaugnwr oi
Haassr, Bn., af St. Loots.
uVdeath tf Mrs. Blow, la the
mvosrasr. m enemy ana prn
r, U frcib in Ibc mtmory of our
"Mr. ' Blow's public life commenced
with his election to the State senate,
about twenty years ago, which position
he filled for two successive terms. In
19C2 he was appointed minister to Vcne
fuela, by President Lincoln. On his re-
tara he Was tlctted ta congress from the
then HeMn4'dhtrlet ot Missoorl, and waa
re-elected en tiw eapiraUon of Mi term.
In lM8he was appointed minister to Bra
til by President Grant, and remained in
that country with his family fifteen
months, discharging the duties of his of
flco with credit to himself and honor to
his country. He returned by way of Eu
rope, leaving his family there for six
months. Since that time he has beep at
tending to his private affairs, except that
for the past six months he has held a po
sition as commissioner of the District of
Columbia, by appointment of Gen.
"In 1835, Mr. Blow, in connection with
his lather, Peter Blow, and Luther Ken
nett, established the Granby Mining
company in Southeast Missouri. Opera'
lions were stopped by the war, but in
1861 the association resumed work as
joint-stock company with Henry T. Blow
as president. He managed it with so
much skill that it Is now the most suc
cessful mining company In tho West.
"Mr. Blow had a very rugged const!
tutlon and was never really sick but once
fromlWl till the day of hh death. He
went to Saratoga a couple of weeks ago
because he needed rest. On the Oth of
September he wrote to Mr. Thomas E
Richeson, present president of the Collier
White Lead works, that the water was
doing him much good, and that he would
mask) at Saratoga some time. This let
ter reached here yesterday morning nt 10
o'clock, and at 5 o'clock In the evening
the dispatch announcing his death was
received. Mr. Blow leaves four sons and
two daughters, all grown. One daughter
is married and resides in Europe but is on
a visit to this country. She was the only
one of tho children absent when her
mother died sad the only one present
when her father died."
Watterson called them "Rural Roost
ers,'' and every country editor In Ken
tucky began to crow with anger.
Mrs. Lincoln is out of the Insane
asylum and visiting her sister, Mrs.
Klnian Edwards, at Springfield.
The election In Colorado, to decide
whether the Territory Is to enter the
Union as a State, will take place to-day.
Hon. Isaac Clements, late member of
Coagresi from this district, will settle
down into the practice ot the law at Car-
Who told the Southern HuiotMinthat
"the Keely motor, on which such high
hopes were built a few weeks since, is
be trial of Cortina is progressing at
the Mexican capital. L. Inda, is his
lawyer, ft is thought the banditti will
he iound guilty and shot.
Henry Chad wick, of the New York
World, is called the "aUberof baseball."
He concedes the whip pennant for 1875
to the Boston Beds.
The Massac Journal says Brother
Garrett has mode a record at Metropolis
at the sick bed, the funeral and the hy
meneal altar. Good boy, Garrett.
The caarpromlse proposition, to fond
the coast house bonds into new bonds at
seven ty-ive oasts on the dollar, was car
ried at an election held In Macouoln countv
The Vlckburs; Herald forcibly says:
"No matter what currency we have, we
must have a more steals and consistent
rartrJhaa BadicaMsm to rive theneo-
pts cflnidcncc, which Is necessary for a
renewal of boshsess m general."
The Wisconsin Democrats, ia their
late cavaatlon, declared for the preser
vation of the pwMlc creak, the honest
pay meat ef the aarlnasl dabt, sound cur
rency la coin or Its equivalent, tariff for
revenue only, etc.
The Massac Journal says: "The
paVagragh that recently appeared in the
Paducali News, that seven deaths occur
red In Metropolis in one day U a mistake.
There has not been seven deaths in Me
tropolis in the but four months."
The New York Herald says the action
Of the Pennsylvania Democracy tore
bodes an Olad of woes. To whom? To
the Republican party, most likely, and
the greater the Iliad of woes of that kind
that can be Induced the better tor the
The St. Louis Timet: A spiritual
medium at New York the other evening
was suddenly seized with an apparent
drowning struggle and passed under the
control of the late Mr. Ralston, hv
whom the Information was klndlv cou-
veyed that ho did not commit suicide,
but was seized with apoplexy while bath-
ing. i ms settles it.
The Southern UllnoUan says : "The
suggestion ot the Jackson County Era,
that Judge Baker be the next Republican
candidate for Congress, is being favora
bly accepted all over the district. Quite
a number of intusutial Democrats say
that Judge Baker cau be elected, and
some of them are ready to pledge to him
their support. Hon. Isaac Clements says
that Baker is the right man; and
many leading Republicans will be en
thuslastle for Baker when, the time
UmmM wit saw WIIIUmi.
Nothing new since Friday in the break
Ing up of the Williamson countyen
delta. Aikn Baker was arrested at Du
Quoin on Friday evening by OfHcer
Lowe, brought to this, place, taken to
anal Craln, the alleged murderer of Sis
nsy and Speaee. IhasthTSuntry and
gone Into another State. Runners are
uPPOfsd to have been sent to all rrUes
at a distance who are In danger or being
I. Everything quiet, bnrhbllc
nt Is strong for immediate Justice
town to be connected with the
to wm Known
. . .
baa been commenced by Dr. Helmbold
against the Pennsylvania Hospital for the
insane, l)n. S. Littell, and J, Gordon
maxwell, Aiucrmau uonn unan, nnu
others who were concerned In his incar
ceration in Klrkbride's Asylum.
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POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
JTrw York and IaoM.
In Chancery Master's sals.
Stale of llllnoU, Alexander County ts.
In the Alexander Ojtiuty Ciirult Court,
WltlUlu M. Atbertou and John UoIkck v. John
iloMvn and .varsaret n aiiacc I'artttion,
"DUni.IC notice la hereby Riven tht Inixir
JL tianc of decree rrmlerl in the above
c ntltltil caUM-, In aald court at tin: May tenu
tbcreol, A. I). IbT.'i, I, Johny. llarman, muter
in cnanrcjy or nbui county, win en inurxiay
the nl day of feeptembvr, A. I. lCi, at the
hour of 2 o'clock n. ni. of said day. aell at nutt-
lie vtiiOue, at Ut rourt txiuao door in thr cliv of
Cairo, in aia county, in lonowinc . eCTIDnI
real ealate.to-wit: 4 ho south hairorthe north
eaatouarternf aeetlon twentv-seieD (.Tl . Uiwn
wct of the third pvincljial meridian in the
county of Alexander ami rttataof llllnola, to
grther with the tenements and hernlltament.
tnraunto Dtionging or tnereto appenainuig.
Term of Sale Une-half cash in hand 11
anre in one and two veart. equal tiavment.
wlUi aix percent. Interest k t annum thereon,
deferred payment to Uj tecured by inurtKaKv
on me prourny boki.
Cairo, ininolJ, Auguat ssth, 1ST.'..
JOHN g. HARMAN',
Maater In Chaiioerv
Llnegar A Lanvlen, Complainants' aollcitort.
TM tumor aiven that deftiult havinir bven nuile
X fur more than alxty cUya In the payment of
a poruun o, mic amuuuv Kciircti 10 ijk iiaia by a
to W 111 lam C. Wvtraore and Krwlcrlck Town
send, ailniinlatraton, Ac. of Kllhu Townwnd.
dtceaaed, ilatnl July 4th, lwt and recorded in
the recorder' office, in and for Alexander conn
ty, In theSUteof Illinoia,in book L,on tiage
W, Ac,, and tn tbeoftlce ol the rrgiater ofdmls
in um ciiy o, uiiru, in aain county ana Stat. In
book K of deeda. on nun un. A- v i .....
deralzned . aald mortnztva. irlll sinni..
the eleventh day of September next, A. I), IM!
at 10 o'clock In tne forenoon of that day, under
.u ,u.t. uci.ini xaie contained In
alrt mnrlvutt. ull. nt .nihil.. tiMlA- . . l .
tlgbeat biatier, tor caah, at the office building of
the trajtees of the Cairo City l'raperty at the cor
ner oi numuaiun avrnueanaKigntrenthatnet,
"ld,cf'!f!of -"'?? Ln AlexamGr county and
SUte of Illinois, all the right, title and interrst
oi mm uanirs ji. iKveriy, or ma aaaigna, in
and to lota nurabere,! 13 (ttilrtcen) and It four
teen.) in block numberul 'a it wn:vntnvl In
aald city or Cairo, accoMlng to tne recorued plut
thereof, with the appurtenances toMtlifytho
liu.tni.ig.Hii VUUIIIMUU UI BIM
Dated, Cairo, llllnola, Auguat tetnTTsT'..
WILLIAM C WKTMOnK,
, , , FIUSDEKICK TOVT.NSK.M).
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Faduoah, Shawnee town, Evans-
Tuie, ijomaruie, uinoinaati
and all way landings.
The unrivalled aide-wheel steamer
D. 0. FowLin Maater.
Kd. II. Thomas Clerk.
Will leave Evanavlllle for Cairo every MOM DAT
andTIIUItSDAY at I o'clock . m.
Leavea Cairo every TUESDAY and K KIDAY.nl
ft n'plfipk ti. m .
The elegant aide-wheel steamer
, ARKANSAS BELLE,
But Howakd....... Maater
Will leave Kvanavltle for Cairo every TUES-
. vn. i i o'cioci; ii , m.
Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY andSAT
unvAi Btoo'ciocnp. III.
The elegant aid' wheel steamer
John Gprr Master
oiAt. i.i.iaji , ciera.
Leavea Evanavllle for Cairo every WEDNES
DAY and SATUBADY at 5 p. m.
Leave Cairo every TIIUltSDA Y and SUNDAY
as a u i n ,
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ear i tti nrattlai.ti ul.uimi.. V... ua ..t . e.
pblapdNew OrJcana, and ut KvinavHIe wlih
and with the Lpulaville Mail Nteameti for all
Mints on the Upper Ohio, giving through rt
celnta onlrclghla und paseeugern to all point
ror lurmtr information apply to
HOL. HILVKIl, Vastenger Agent.
HALUDAY MHOS., I .,.
J. Mi PHILMl'S, Agtats.
Sum dntt-naeut unl tivneral Krtiiht Agtnt,
ttvoii the. speedy pur oT 8juIba1 Whimm,
J?. LostlUahpod and all diserders brouxhi
Ions or excess,
Any Brugf 1st
on by indliei
ass tae inaTscuss
PATENT MSSICnnSS. TOILET ABTICLB8,
DBUOOIBTS' FANCY GOODS, COItUEK WHITat LJBAD,
WAX FX.OWXB MATERIAL, WINDOW QLAM,
BRU8HSI, SOAPS. COLORB. OILS
WE aoliclt correspondence and onion from Dnigglata, I'liViilciaua and General Stores In Wan
of good in our Hue blcambot,l'lanlatlmiind Family Midlcine Caaea fjrniahed or
HIImI with rtlihf Ilmra at rMaonalth. rut...
7 UDJO MTH.
Wood ! Wood ! Woo d !
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
The Cairo As St. Louis Transfer & coal Company is ow prepared to
fill orders for Wood and Coal. Delivered to any par of tho City, at
the Lowest Cash Price. OFFICE AND YARD nt tho Cairo St.
LouIb Narrow Oaugo Depot.
XjXsst oar rmossj.
Wood, 4 feet, per cord '
Wood, eawed, per cord .......
Wood, sawed and split, per cord
Coal, car load, per ton ... .
Conl, car load, elnaUton
Coal, car load, one-half ton ...
Leave order nt F. M. Stockflth'a,62 Ohio Levee, at the Cryetul Baioou, corner
atzth atreet and Commercial Avenue, and at the Company a Office.
Ordere Solicited aad Promptly Filled.
T. M. WARD, Supt.
JAB g. IiAlTg, Smo'y dt Tr.
F. M. STOGZFLSTBp
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines and Liquors.
62 OHIO LEVEE, - CAIRO, ILL.
full otvuK Ot
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
LARGE STOCK OF DRY 600DS
Offered for Sale at
Crsat Rfjduotion in Friossj
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Table Linens, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
kih2LHf,w"UOo.1,y'ctorla Lawns, Swiss Maraailee, and a Urge Stock ol
lon ,Th's entire atock will be aold ut actual coat, and contluiic until It I closed out. Cal.
nd he convinced of Great llarftalnx I TKIIMi hTICICTLV CASH.
Corner aUcbtb St. aad Oommeroial Ave
W - ISM A L?t
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