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BmMNn nUrr on Uvrrjr I'nkc.
Fred DoiigLvn wiv that Graiit U iUc
only mnn who ran protect the negro, nnd
thcrrlorc will Mtjiport lilm for Hi' tlilnl
JT ca n.TT.
1 I'.' Wlntcrmtitt, who killed Don.
McCook, 1ms Itcen on trial nt Vermillion
for the crime. Tho Jury remained out of
the court room eight hours.. They re
turned with a verdict of not Riillty.
The Vlekirtrtirtf HeraUl, n paper that
possesses tho funny man of tlinIUts.
iippl Valley, call? .tames I.uk Alcorn,
"Windy Jim," nnd says Hint he consul
era himself the original Moe who led
tho negroes out of tho houe of homlage.
and that he is fool enough to imagine,
there is a chnuco of hl bcitic called to
It i? generally hellcvcd the general lia
lully recovered trom liU late "high old
time," nnd that ho will now return to
Washington nnd consult with .the cabi
net a to tho Dest method of prolonging
tho Mississippi trouhlcs. Tho Inst time
he was out on a Itourhnnlc trip he wore
a shocking bad hat, a soiled .'lilrt and a
IIK.VRV WARl IIK'lli:it
Ueccher, In a recent speech delivered
beforo n Xow Knglund Agricultural As
sociation, said : "I believe In eolts ; but
I believe more in boys. I believe in cows ;
but I believe more in women. These
things ought not to be despUcl." Well,
yes, it seems tobcthcgcneralimpresMon,
outride of Plymouth Church, that II. W.
U. docs like women better than cows
and In a way that their hurijniuN de
spise. yt. TIIIKHN.
The Jttisslan Chancellor, Prince
Oortschakoff and M. Thiers, late Presi
dent of the Republic of France, w 111 have
a diplomatic meeting shortly. The in
terview will relate to the cilorU ol the
German I'niplro to keep lY.tnco a fourth
rate power. In affairs of this character,
where delicate diplomacy is requisite, 31.
Thiers Is the right man. lie was Priinu
Minister twice under Louis Phlllipe, and
is one of the most patriotic men In
Fnuicc. Ills superior mind and wisdom
extricated France from her dangerous
complications after tho Franco-Prussian
war. Her history is Ids history, and lie
loves his country with a supreme ardor.
J. McJaioiI Keating, now one of the ed
itors and proprietors of thc.Mcmphls Ap
pearand during the early part of the war
on General Polk's stall", is with .Teller
son Davis on his northern trip. l?eeeut
ly a reporter of the CHobc-Dcimcrat
Interviewed him hi reference to Missis
sippi affair!. Mr. Keating is a writer ot
ability and a fluent talker. He llrst went
to tho State of Tennessee as a practical
printer, ana now, although rim managing
editor of a largo and intltientfaJ Southern
journal, leels proud to bo classed as a
member ol the art preservative ol all
arts. Ami ho is a good one, too.
WIIJ.IA.MKO (OI X1T,
Jteccut telegrams say threat having been
made that friends of the outlaws of Wil
liamson county contemplated a rescue,
citizens of the county have taken inias
nres to form military companies to pro
tect the jail. Colonel .1. W. Laudrum,
W. M. Mcachem, Esq., and ex-!$eiiator
Washburn, of that county, have been
in consultation with the Gov
ernor iu regard to the matter.
All companies organized will lie furnish
ed with arms and ammunition nt the
earliest possible moment. The gentle
men mentioned say that the law-abiding
peopled that part of the .State are deter
mined to rid their community of the JCu-
klux and bring all criminals to justice,
and there will be no relaxation of efforts
to this end until they are successful.
The Governor has decided to retain, on
bchalt of the State, Hon. W. .1. Allen and
Judge Dun, ol Carbondalc, to assist in
the prosecution of tho Ku-klux prison
ers. MiNMKNiriFi "aniT-HfR 4-U.VDI-
In the interview held with Col. J. M.
Keating of the Memphis Appeal by tho
St. Louis Glvlt'Dtmocvat rcportoriul
leech, the colonel said: "The cotton crop
will not only be larger, but the corn,
wheat and fruit crops are such as have
never belorc been realized iu Mississippi.
The tanners have shipped fruit and
wheat, and will bo this tall prepared to
ship corn abroad, such Is the superabund
ance which has resulted from their In
dustrial eflbrtH. If this ttocs not spenlc
peace and peaceful deposition, then we
must regiud every Industrious people
as upon lliu vcrgo of revolution
and bloodshed." Notwithstanding
all these evidences of peaco and Industry
in Missisjippi, bloody riots take placo
anu uie wnoie ataus becomes convulsed
and whites and blacks lly to arms nnd
put inemseives in a warlike attitude. Iu
the Interview alluded to Mr. Keatlngsaid
mat uie wiilte people of Mississippi re-
ffaracauovernor Ames with contcmpt.bo
cause that Interloper had no sympathy
lor uiem and lacked ability to till the
high position he held ; that he had Insti
gated a riot, for political cflcct and party
ascendency, which ended In a loss ot sev
eral hundred lives. lie based tho last as
sertion on the authority of the United
Bute district attorney, residing at Holly
Springs, and who was formerly a colonel
in tho Federal army.
The wmmUEloners 0f tUo Freedmen's
Book say that Uieyre t f
the amount necessary to puy w , .
When this concern was In niman 0r" , 'l
it bad the universal conQdcnce of black
men in tneBouthern States, who deposit
ed their available earnings In It for tufa
keeping'. All the bank had to fear, in Us
fat and projperous days, whs the coming
of n tlrciis mid menagerie.
A week's lay of one of
tlio-e in( Hi t(ial and athletlu liittlu
Hons In a Southern town or city was nl
mot siituciriii loset uie president of a
freedmen's bank distracted, for a "run"
wn sure to follow. Another seilom pe
rl! for the bank was watermelon time
but that only came onco a vcar. and
preparations could he made for it. At
length circu?cs nnd menagerie, and
watermelon time, all came nt once. Tho
Wcrmclpit "season was long, and the
circuses with their 'potted porilef", burg
lars and paddcil performer: and
the menageries, with trained
elephant and rick linns, came
thick and fat, and (so to uprnk) the
bank eloed for ivpnlr., and a howl of
dl'palr went up all over the laud lioni
poor negro washerwomen and draymen,
well-diggers. 'v nod-sawyers and divines.
It was a direct blow at the Industrial ele
ment of the colored population. They
were struggling, by laying away their
llttlo earning, to liny lwtnc. anil see all
tho circuses and menageries that eanio
along, and eat watermelons in chill times,
when the black man's motor fell to picres
(as It were), and now n few commission
er are finishing the job, mid occasionally
tell an espectant Mark public something
about n per ent. that lie iu tho dim ill
Till: t'OTl O.V NRANO.V.
With the llrst halo ol the white staple
in Southern cities business commences
to look up, and the columns of newspa
pers nre tilled with advertisement'. The
black dray driver cracks his whip and
sings a plantation song, the cotton waie
houscsanil coinprcses arc opened, and
"samplers," "weighers" and "markers"
arc on hand ready to tear a lialu all to
pieces or crush It intoa solid, inMgnlllcant
heap, as hard as iron. It is a cheery time
hi the good old South, when the poor
white man whistles, and the black man
tunes up his banjo and sing a
medley of songs and hymn.
Alter the llrl bale Is out from the
plantation into the city to be toasted and
wined, and sold at a big llgine, the
coon and the 'possum had better sit high
when the moon is out, for they are
wanted hi the black man's cabin lor a
feast to old King Cotton. There Is no
ii-o talking, the flrt bale shaken oil' thu
lethargy produced by the hot
and humid air of summer
time, and stirs tip thu inv.-terious
man at the theater who has slept Iu the
ticket olllee and talked polities in a neigh
boring saloon ; the grocery keeper who
constantly told his idle customers that
George the III wa an extravagant fel
low and closely related to him ; the
stained-glass worker who charges for the
eruclllxion by tho Inch; tho editor who
has picniced at home and drank Seltzer
water all summer to please, his
big brother who didn't drink Seltzer
water; the llrooklyn saint who likes "wo
men better than cows;" and St. Louis
editors. After the llrst bale, steamboats
look cleaner, and trains of ears run
taster, and moie accidents happen, and
oysters are considered hi seaon. Wo
have been walling nil slimmer for it, and
since the curtain Is up wo want thu
white king to play his part right rov-
"m:vi:h, m:vi;h, mki"
District Attorney Urittoii, ol llrooklyn,
addressed letters to I!ev. Henry Ward
Needier and Frauds 1). Moullou sugges
ting that the. public Interests would be
best served by entering u nolle pros, in
the case ot" Henry Ward lleeeher vs.
Frauds D. Moulton for libel. Mr. Needi
er In reply, concurs in tho disposition of
the case suggested by the District Attor
ney. Hut .Moulton says mat nu will not
acquiesce In the prpposed aetion,and con
cludes a letter in the following style : "I
am Indicted of libel iu charging llev.
11. W. lleeclicr with criminal Intercourse
with a female member of his congrega
tion. The charge Is true, lie knows It
to bo true, nnd whatever the linperfec
tionsof man's tribunals, (lie Supreme
iliiler will someday reveal the truth and
vindicate the right. For speaking tlio
truth and nothing but the truth, and that,
too, under a challenge and hi defenso of
my own character and the character of her
whose good nauio Is dearer to mo than
lite Itself, 1 have been arraigned as a
criminal, compelled, like a felon, to plead
with uplifted hand, subjected to the Ig
nominy ot bonds against nu escape trom
justice, loaded with obloquy by the public
press, Irowned upon ami avoided by
society ; mid now, after tho indictment
against me has served its purpose, by dls-
creuitlng in advance a witness of Kov.
Mr. llcceher's guilt, and it is apparent to
you as it is to the world that I am Inno
cent and niut ho acquitted at this mo
ment and under these circumstances I
am requested to acuuleseo In a nolle
prosequi, and to sillier my accuser to es
cape Uie penalty of his perjured piosccii-
uons. juver, never, sir. I demand a
trial, and shall be ready, on any reason
able notice, to make good my defense."
Congress should pass a special law tor
the suppression of these two followis. ir
the uilld-maunercil Theodore hail i.eted
as Theodore should have acted, when it
was discovered that Henry was not totlmr
fair, ho would have purchased a gun and
cast his eagle eye along its barrel, direct
ly at the lecherous Henry Ward lleeeher,
and "turned her loose," as Ihey do in
Memphis. Something of that sort would
havo smoothed the "ragged edge of de
spair" and kept II. Waul II. from telling
a spooney XuwKiighinduudieiieo that ho
"loved cows, but women better."
i: ii i Yoiti a iT xo ri:s .
Paducah and Louisville are alllletcd
Hunters will be lined $.3 who kill
partridgcs.durhig this month, In thoStato
Eleven people were destroyed hv gas
in the Dowlngton Wood colliery, Shroii.
J ho thermometer Indicated 03 deir.
In Mobile recently, and two citizens suc
cumbed to the heut.
Two men were mysteriously killed ,
in Xo Orleans recently Charles Hoe,
n tlatcr, and William Pith a cooper.
v Tho Xcw Orleans Twins says that
If Georgia paid more intention to
Gcorglcs and less to Philippics she would
raise a bigger crop.
The cxtciislxo ptlntlng, lithograph
ing, binding and stationery establ Ishnicnt
of Strickland A: Clark, Galveston. Texas,
recently suspended burinr.
Marshal Mac.Mahon. ol France, gave
an audience to Admiral I'onelere l.o
Nonrj', and then kit for Loire, In witnes
the autumn maneuver..
Mr. Augustus Ciesar Unci, formerly
of the St. Louis lUpnblienn, mailohls de
but a a great Columbian orator before
a Democratic niullcnre iu Clucluiinll, on
The term "crying evil," was First
applied to a house full of lll-natuicd
children. Xo annoyance ha ever
equaled that 111 which the description
found It origin.
The Papal Xiinclo lias enl n circular
to the IINhnps, asking them to support
the restoration or religion unity, declar
ing that anv other course would Jeopard
ize the good understanding between
Spain and the Vatican.
Dispatches received stale that Don
Carlo reviewed General Dorregary's sol
dler Monday, at I'llz.ondo. Undelivered
a speech. In which lie told them to follow
hliu trustfully until they hoisted then
Hag on the wall of Madrid.
Cow bells nre considered n ntiisinco
by the editor of the Paducah Ai ir.. Ho
says: "Will the Council take hold ot
this matter, or must the citizens catch
the cow.-, cut oil the bells and throw tliein
away? that's the great moral question.''
Tho Xcw York Tribune, .onietline
get Its geography rather badly mixed.
Iu a recent Issue, that Journal said : "Mr.
Win. II. MeCardle, who I editor of the
Vlcksburg Jlcralit, ami a prominent ctn
diilate for P. S. Senator from Trnnwt.-."
The last mall train arrived in St.
Louis on schedule time Tuesday over
the Pennsylvania Central, Pau-liaudlu
and Vandalla road. Xcw York paper
of .Monday morning were delivered at
half-past 1 o'clock, The time between
.ler.sey City and St. I.ouis was a little
levs than thirty-two hours.
Frederick Kramer, of ltaltimore,
wouthreopriz.cn at the German Inter
national Shooting Festival, held at Stutt
gart, in Wurteiiiburg, Germany, last
mouth. Kramer made one hundred and
sixty center shots, oil hand, at a distance
of six hundred feet. The prizes consist
ot a superb silver goblet and two ina
sive sliver medals.
Goldsmith Maid will have a parlor
built for her In (Juincy at the fair
grounds. It will be furnished with sofas
and chairs for the 110 of herself and
friends, and a lirussels carpet will cover
tho floor. Her owner 1 having a bed
with a spring inattre-s made for her es
pecial use, also a set of Morocco shoe,
anil silver monogram garters.
The crack of the huntsman's rille
now se iiids iiiiiiaruiouloiily among tlm
denizens of (lie wood; and lish had bet
ter have a care how they llash their bill
haul scale iu tho sun, for tho angler is
lying iu wait along llio shore of the
mighty rivers with hh hook and lines,
and black bottle and lunch. Time lias
been called and the men of sport arc up
How about this? The State llrgUttr
says: "Jlere t,ni. Alimony, 01 i.eav-
enwortU lccoverlng from 11 mortal
wound; Carruth, of Vliieland, X. .1., an
other editor, going around with a bullet
in his brain, while the St. Louis editors
who fought iu Winnebago county, es
caped each other'-, bullets, because, they
tired too hl'jrh. I there no way to kill
an editor except to drown hiiu or poUou
It is reported that at breakfast at
Wormelcy'., in Washington, Secretary
Delano called Prof. Marsh a liar and a
poltroon. Tho Professor answered that
he would not be Insulted by tho Secretary
of the Interior or any other man ; that he
had treated Mr. Delano as a gentleman
should, which statement the Secretary
denied, and immediately left the room,
saying that tho Professor did not know
what a gentleman wn.
A female base ball club played an
Initial game In Spriuglield last Saturday.
The grounds were surrounded by a can
vas in order to secure privacy, about
three hundred feet square being em
braced in the enclosure. At the hour for
the game to commence the girl "came
to the scratch" clad Iu a neat and rather
showy unltorni, and at once proceeded
to business. The nines are known respec
tively as the "Illondes" and "liru
neltes." The L'lissians have sec retly organized
an expedition for thu occupation of Mcrv,
a city situated fifty or sixty miles north
of the boundary line of Herat, a triangular-shaped
country, lying between Persia
and Afghanistan. The London 7Vi ex
presses tho fear that Itussla has designs
on Herat with a view to the conquest of
Persia and ultimately of Afghanistan, thu
barrier yet existing between llussia's
conquests and llritlsli India, and sug
gests that thu time for Interference has
about conic, at least, when ltiissia
"clearly shows her hand."
Pease, formerly United States sena
tor from Mlsslssippl,aud now postnm,tcr
at Jackson, Mississippi, telegraphed on
Saturday to Attorney Guncrat PJerrepont
that thu excitement iu Mississippi hail
.subsided, and that a civil forco composed
of good citizens of all political parties',
and of sulllclent lorcu to protect life and
property, could bu hail In any county in
thu State. Xo ellort hud been niadu
by thu tato authorities hi that direction.
I'utll nil legal means had been exhausted
ho was of the opinion that federal inter
ferencu would bo unwise ami Impolitic,
and only tend to aggravate thu evil.
Twcho or llftccii thousand people
assembled to hear Jefferson Davis speak,
at tho Kansas City lair grounds, on Tues
day. During his speech he said: "Let
iu hereafter pursuo a policy and paths
which lead to tho prosperity nnd happl
tics of our country and our people. I
have conio by Invitation of your directors
to address you on tho subject of agricul
ture, mechanics and arts, and i feel
happy that I mil thus lifted above the
plane of tills stilte between Individuals,
mnl stand before .111 audience to spcal;
ol that which Is good for all of you and
your clillilicii to the latest generation."
Six hundred and twelve men and 0110
hundred and llfiy-clght women were re
cently indicted In Ilussia, ol whom two
hundred and sixiy-llvo were arrested for
participation In the socialistic movement.
Tlio Prociireiir-Gcncral In the indictment
says socialism is rapidly spreading
throughout the I'mplro. and thu mot ar
dent propagandists of thu movement be
long to the upper classes. Among the
Indicted are retired olllcer.s, professors,
justices of the peace, and olliciais of all
grades, and several ladies of high f;1tn
lly. Hes:itlie socialists only await
the opportunity, such as n rorolgn war,
to nrgauiftia n dnt'on at home nnd put
Into practice tlieirovtravagant Ideas.
I lie 'I iirKlsli Itclielllon
Lomkix, September II.. Thu dally
Telrgritpi ptiblMics a special telegram
from Vienna, Iu winch it Is said that
Montenegro Im dellnitely Informed the
lnurgent leaders that she cannot make
waragaln-t Hie Poite. The Times, iu a
leading aiilele. says it understand that
ltusa will attempt to arrange a confer
eiico repre-i'iiiing the signatures of the
Mealy of 170. with the object of Inlluen
eing'llie I'nrle regarding the fu
ture government of the Sclavonic prov-
teller to tho Timet, dated Catarro, !
Palni.itla, .N'ptemiier N say: I hu I111-piirt.ui'-e
ot the Insurrection In Lower
llcrogovlua diminishes on 11 near ap
pro.icli, while In lio-nla there I nothing
woilli iitcnlioidiig except 11 piiuleauddi
oriler. ith an exodus of women and
children. 1 11 that part of Herzegovina
1 lying Hfi 01 a line drawn lioni
' S'ik-lilk to Moslar the Insurgents
appear only as bands without coher-cnce.dl-eipllno
or purpo-e. Tliev are
even without communication with the
Ka-tcru portion of the province. The
I lerzegovinlan parts of these band are
more inclined to pillaging ami petty thiev
ing than lighting. Even the foreign vol
uiitecr. who make the lighting nucleus,
sillier from their nrcdaciou nroienltle.
They number. In all apparently between
1,000 and '-'.(MM); but the majority me gen
erally absent during the lighting, and
only rcanpear when there is some booty
to bu taken. Of the hands nominally
under .lubobvatlc, not above ."W men
1Ii,i..i:aii:, September 1 1. The (
Ikciii' newspaper announces that a dep
utation of ten Hcrcgovlniau recent tv
arrived at Kragewjuwnt. asking Servia
to aid in thu insurrection. The Govern
ment replied that It would wait until the
skiiptsclilnia decided tlieqiiesiion. Manv
ili-gui-cil Servian ollieer baveslarlcd lor
l.osnla. Seventy-two flags arc being made
for the Servian army.
Vii:nxa, September II. In response
to an appeal from the Prince ot .Mon
tenegro, the Austrian Government has
sent a stall'of surgeons to attend to the
large number of 'wounded Insurgents
who have been brought Into the Montene
gro territory, and tho Governor of Dal
ucitia has been instructed to toward sup
plies ol'food for '10,000 refugees now 111
Montenegro iu great distre and destitu
tion. Kiiu.i .ii;w. iy, September II. The
committee of the Skuptschhia 011 llio ad
dress in reptv to Prince t'cairs speech Is
divided lu h opinion. Thu majoritv
wish to leave the question of peace or
war to the wisdom of thu Government.
A strong minority propososhnply to call
011 tin; (ioveriiuieut to declare, war.
Probably two addresses will be sub
mitted to the Skuptschhia.
ltciith ttl llic Tennessee iaiit
Mr. Sliisher. probably the largest man 1
this Stalu ever produced, died fast even- i
lug, about one mile From Greenville. .Mr. j
Slusher was only Id years old, and when !
young had a very severe attack ofrhcii- I
mutism, which drew him out ot shape. If :
.nr. mustier nan not ncen crippled he
would havo been nine feet high. His
boot was IS Inches long, and one of his
hands was about the size ol four ordlunrv
ones. He could sit 011 a chair and pick
up anything three feet from him. His
head would incisure about if Inches
around. IIu measured 7. feet around the
Tho colllii containing thu remains was
SI leet long, S Incite wide, and feet
deep. IIu was burled at Mt. ilethel last
Saturday.- Ureenvllte (7Vi) Inlclli'cn-
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(except Jlomljj) oitlicllnlkiln lluiluinif, cor
ner WiiiliniKlon amine ami Twelfth sheet
Tiik ISeu.KTiN i tenet to city tulncribers l,y
fjltlifnl carriers ut Twenty-Five Cents a Week,
payulile weekly ISyJIull, (in mlvunce), s10 jer
nullum 1 uix iinftitlix, tC; three months, $3; one
month, (1 21.
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tlmt Biilif crlliira will olituln fur u euliscrljitlon
Iiiisliii3 Curds, iM-ranmini,
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riie.s llriim.'ixfi.aiiil reeoiiiimMileil Ii)
nil Dni'KiM,, l'liynielaiis, uinl cxit.v
Imily ulni llM C'l' llMllit.
I'niiiililel eiml.iliilri- Ill-lory 11ml le limit
nt fur mi iiiilic.ilioii, if not l'.llli'lntyiiir
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New I'o i ll iiml I.oiiiIiiii.
In Chancery Master'j Sale.
Mule ol llliiiulu, Alennli r (.utility J .
In tin- leaii'lei ( itnty viicnlt 1 diiiI,
W Ul:itn M. .Mhertnn 11ml Jnlin Wmles v..Iolni
llolilin una .Uar.ttxl tulaee rurllllon.
IJt'llI.U niilii'cU lieieliy kIi-ii tint in tir
.1. -nance of 11 deeree v inlenit In the jliove
1 nlllleil i.ltl-e, III runt ut IIu- .May tit f 11
llieienl, A. I). 1".. I , .luliii 1.1. Iluiiiian, nunli r
In elmneery or-aht tnittity, will nil I liuixl.ij
the imi il.iy hi' seiti tnl f, A 11. 17', at tlic
liotirol'J o elocl. i. 111. of Miiil iby, vlt at itili
llv M'luliiv, nt tlits eoint lioiireilonr in lliveltv of
Cairo, In Milil rotintv, u.o rllotn . ocriNl
iral i-htntc, to-Hit: I lie soillli lull of the north
ejl itutn r 11I' -irtlon twiity-t'cii (.T;, town
ship Illlien (IS), jniitli raui:e, iililiilier livo (.')
i. -I of I he tlilnl prliiLi..il ineriiliaii In lie:
eotinty of Ale.aiiilertitil slaleof Illinois, to
pllier uitlitl.e leneineiits anil liereillliiineiit
llieietiiilolieliniL'iiiKor lluii'tiiiip)-i rl.ilnin.
Teim ol ' Tjle mit-lialf ia. III linnl - lial
imi'i In line unit 111 1 i;in. initial myiiiol,
ultli fix 'r eeiit. Inlen- I u r aiiniim ttifpon
ilelV'irnl :iyiiifiil to Im neeiunl liy iiioiIl'a:
,01 Uie iirnwily 6ohl.
aim, Illinois, hxiim j'.th, inv,
.I'JIIN t MAItMAN,
Mii.lrr In .'linneerv
l.lneioir 1tu.len, riniiilalnuum' m, licit, r,
Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Fuductih, Shawncotown, Evnns
villo, LouiBvillo, Cinoinnnti
and nil way lnndings-
'Ki'Mliuh.ill'il f.lite-wlnt'1 (itwimer
1). (!. Kouxiiii Mmli r.
K11. It. Thomas Clirl;.
ill li'nvf Kvunivllllc for Cnlrofviry MONDAY
nnilTIII'lt5l)AV nt I o'clock p 111.
Li'iiM's t'niroi'Viry'I'L'I.sIiAY imd I'lilflAY.al
C o'clock p 111.
'I lie ileifiint olile-wliKl steamer
llr.N IIowaiid Mauler
Valti;ii 11. r-.NNiN(iTO.N Club.
Will feme Kvnnnille for Cnlro ei ry Tl'i:s.
HAY ami li:i 1 AVm 1 o'vlock 11. 111
VIll luieCu!roeery W1:L).M:iIiA YhiiiI SAT
UltllAYitt Uo'elock i. in
TIip cli'piul Hiile. wheel nivalin r
.John lioir MuHrr
Mat. William Uoifc.
I.eaes KrniDvllle for Cairo evirv WKDM'.H.
HAY anil hATL'UAIIY lit t 11. In
f.ives Cnlro ci ei-j- llll'ltsIIAYniul HL'XII.W
nt li )i 111.
Knell boat makes closu eotimclloin at Cano
wltli llrsl-ela.H kteamerii for m. LouIk, .Mem
lililsaml New Orlnun, mnl at livnnaillle wllh
tliei:. ,VC. It. It. for till iiolnluNorlli iiiul ::im,
anil Willi Uie LotiUvllle .Mall fclewneM lor all
liolni.1011 the I'lijur Ohio, Kiting tliroinjh re
ceipts on freights anil iinsungcin to all null. u
Tor fiiitlii'r lul'oriiintliin iintily lo
h()l SILYKIt, l'as.enger A;uil.
IIAI.I.IIIAYIIIIOS., ) .,,.
.1. M. I'llll.l.ll'S, (?'!
Orlo (! .1 liHAMMlIi:,
fciilieiinlciiilent anil (,'vneral 1'ieiftlil Acent,
Prices to suit tho Times.
Wholosalo Figures, but No Credit I
Mrs. C. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart & GholHon'n
BETWEEN COMMEnCIAI, AND
WASHINGTON AVEN DE8.
HATn' ni',!,clfll'!!!,''''''"."' r'llr'. HlbllOHS,
Also llio "I-aillcu' luces Iterorm'
Ami all tlio new elylcaof trimming Sllka fov
bjirlnu unit bummer,
CJ-J'Ueiie.gooils will boeolilnt very tow ftic
iircn, for CASH ami CASH ONLY. l-ll-'JUlf
PATENT MEDICINES, T01L13T AUTICLE8.
nnuoaisTS' fancy goods, collier white lead,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL. WINDOW GLASS,
BRUSHES, SOAPS, COLORS, OILS
TUJ3E COLORS, DXE STUFFS,
VARNISIiES ETC., ETC.
ri." ti.-i t rn iiomleiee tiI orltrn f, .11 I1hkk'IM, l'n -i.-uns ami Gencrul Ston- In wan
iil'i,ioi inimrlinc sHiiiii u, f I 1 , 'ton 1 1 anriy .Mi.llrlne tat fnrnltlKst or . ,
lllliil Willi ivllaliiu llrn nt rr.ionlilu rn
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, nATPn i'ETAIL & PRESCRIPTION
74 Ohio Lovoe. I ' I nihlmrto" Av., Cor. 8th 3
Wood! Wood! Wood!
GOAL! CO AIx! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cairo & St. Louis Transfer & Coal Company is ow propnrod to
illl orders for Wood and Coal. Delivered to any par of tho City, at
tho Lowest Cash Prioo. OFFICE AND YARD at tho Cairo & St.
Louifi Nnrrow Giiuko Depot.
Vooil, t Idat. lier cord
Wootl, sawed, norcorrt
Wood, sawed and split, per cortl
Coul, enr load, ir ton
Coul, car loud, Htni-1.' ton
Coal, car toad, out-hiilf ton
Lenvo orders nt tl' M. Stcckl!eth'fl,G2 01. io Luvcn, at tho Crystal Sixloon, cornor
blxth otreot unci Commcreial Avcn'i", and at ttte Company's Oltlce.
OnlcrK Solicited and Promptly Filled.
IF. M. WAED, Supt.
F. M. STOCKFLrAiTH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealor in
VWiziGB and Leiquors
G2 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full Bt"ck of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
; . FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KGUiVISLil) M) (MLiroiWIA 'WINES.
LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
- Oflcn.il f r ..lc
Cffoai: Heductien in Prices
fn'nts, Bleached Muslins,
Tablo Linens, Percales,
LARGh'. STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Japanoso Silks, Silk Poplins,
tI'IiSaoI'" U-i'.'Vh.tto 9oai, Vlotorlii Lawns, Swiss Marsailos, nnd a Utfe f-lock ol
Kv,i!,i,V.?Vr,!TM" T tkiI WSlir 11 " c,Mwl om-;ul
Corner 23i.gb.th. St. and Coiamoroial Ave
mmt mm t
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