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ItMUH MKT M Ever? rc.
JOMX K. OBKMLT, Editor.
TMB reil TKAMP
Ul about time for papers to give
h nnnr tramni a rcit. Fine tho Illustra
te I wipers Imve pictured ttictn In nil their from Galveston to Virginia Point, raises
nuAalltv and vicissitudes. One thing U n
.tn-thcr can't all be thieves and distress Irom among the waves that arc
vagabonds. .Some of these uncouth trav. I
din? nmic cakes, and slab-sided skelc-1
tons, must be merely unfortunate fellows 1
who were too proud to sianu agranu i
bounce Irom a railroad train or stcam
boat. Since they have lceu cartooned
and held up to execration, scorn, and any
thing else applicable to a tramp, it would
be reasonable to suppose that the fear of
bull dogs and long, single-barreled shot
guns, In the bauds of yellow-haired boo
sters, will cause this kind of suffering und
friendless humanity to locate in one par
tlcularspot nnd starve.
The Carbondalc Minoisait, referring to
the suspension of the Observer, of which
Tarson Luce was editor, speaks feelingly
of that gentleman in the following man
That he wa n failure as n imwepaicr
man, Is most true. inn ins courage uuu
endurance were Indomitable. As the
months pasutl ho saw UU dollars dlsan
pcarlng to be seen jio more; but he kept
fils courage up. nnd when at Jat the
crash came, he died with hl harness on.
lie is now an old man, broken down in
health and tluanclally ruined. Tim
be is thrown upon the world
to begin anew the buttlo of
life. Were he u young man, he might
rally, and ills recent misfortunes might
really prove a hlesxing In disguise, lint
with a son and daughter to support,
without money. Irmleemably in debt,
homeless, friendless and broken In health
and spirit, his condition In n deplorable
one. We extend to hlin the hand of
sympathv in his distress. Mr. I.uce has
located at Greentield, In this State, where
he has been secured to till the Presby
While we sympathize with Parson
Luce, wc cannot retrain from telling him
that be should have stuck to the busi
ness he knew something about preach
ing. It is a mistaken idea that any man
can publish a newspaper and make it a
success. Some flatter themselves that If
they had a paper It would astonish tliu
world with its brilliant articles, and novel
and elevating Ideas. What the parson
proposed to revolutionize in the section
of the State he lived in, we do not know
but are satisfied he bad his hobby, and
there was no money In it. Ii the parson
bad been true to his calling, perhaps, in
bis old age, he would have had sulllelent
1 1 sustain him comfortably during life
But the paper fiend showed Itself to tliu
ageU eyes of Parson Luce, and Into the
cunning little mill went all the hopes, and
all the money, and the comfortable home
of the parson, and to-day he Is homvless
and friendless, and In debt and being
an noncst man he must pay those debts
The future is not very bright for Furson
Luce, and if he has friends they should
give him assistance, and put him on his
feet ajfaln, and riiukciifm swear solemnly
neyer to pubjisfi a country newspaper.
If ho don't swear off, he is liable to bu at
it again, as it has a grip like that of the
KEXICO'N GREAT AVMVKRM.tRY.
Mexico celebrated her "sixty-tilth anni
versary of national Independence on the
10th lust. Hidalgo, the lighting priest,
took up arms against Spanish authority,
and after n severe struggle, drove the
Castlllan aristocrats from the country.
Although Mexico gained her Independ
ence she has been distracted by internal
wars from that time ; and onceour armies,
under TayJor and Scott, entered- Mexico
by sea and across her frontier, and
marched victoriously to tho rich capital
built by the Aztecs, and dictated terms
to her generals and commissioners.
Then France played a disgraceful part
hi the history of that country, and an
Austrian prince was sacrificed to appease
wounded and bleeding Mexico. From
that period the Mexican republic com
menced to prosper, and by the
election of the patriotic and wise
Lcrdo de Tejada to the presidency, her
success was Insured. He seems to grasp
at the situation better than any of his
predecessors, and is making strong eflorts
to forward internal improvements. One of
his first moves was to destroy tho factions
that bred revolution a noticeable event
in that direction being tho capture of
Joliu N. Cortina, the Incendiary and rob
ber of the Hlo Grande. Under his ad-
ministration tho Mexican Congress has
donated largely, In land and mouey, to
ward tho building of railroads, and Is
using lt powerful influence to give the
two leading republics of this continent
direct communication uud trade.
The proposed railroad from the City of
Mexico to IiCon, 280 miles, and one from
Leon to the Rio Grande, 700 miles, are
tnos", important routes. The latter is
known as the International road, and is
to connect, at some point ou the Itlo
Grande, with tho International Hallway
of Texas. Instead of our American jour
nals advocating war on Mexico because
outrages have been committed on the
frontier by Americans and Mexicans,
they should be encouraging the bravo
Moxlcau prcsldeut in his efforts toglvoto
Mexico permanent peace, and set a prec
edent, In her history, of morality, Indus-
- vi'uoiicau heroism. Mexico is
republic, directed bv
Now UuSR.Ua h,h natl0"al Pride
N .VXT Una her to tbcUnttci
When this U acc, ,Ju d JT, ""f '
will be of such a duiS,11" m'8Ui
peace- and good feeling, unduj""5
ly element in Mexico will grUuZd
wwm- r" - - MUIH fkl n ...
b.iou people welded to ngrlcui.,
eoaaercUl and industrial pursuit. And
la the erent or war between the United
MHM SM fMWgU monarchies, Mexico,
Nu bet wees the Gulf aud tbo Pacific
Might prere a powerful m useful ally
Tnrmu ar the tor.
Willc ttie whirling cycloue h Bpeiullng
I its fury nlong tlic gulf stream, anil illrcct-
Its dentil routo toward tlio Hamlets
tliu tolltntr fishermen on llio banks of
Newfoundland. Incidents arc wuftctl to
from the desolated and ravished bays,
rivers nnd harbor.?, and along the const,
appeal to the sympathies of the hu
man heart. Here a proy haired man,
clinging to the track that crosses the hay
white, trembling hand as a siirmtl of
gradually beating tho life out of his nged
body ; and a hero struggles along the
Iron track, while the seething waters, nt
urocs, nine nun iromuio vicwoi mo mix
Ions group on shore, and rescues the Itn
perilled man from what seemed certain
death. Men hang with u death grip to
timbers of the breakwater, all through
thu dismal hours of the night, bruised
and bleeding from wounds, nnd buffeted
by the chopping waves ; and courageous
eamcn. who knew full well the a.vfuf
terrors of u gulf storm, leave the harbor
in Hie boats and light their way along the
bay down to thu breakwater, near the
mist-covered light house, and save all
these poor fellows who were fat giving
up in dlspalr. A small, frail raft dashes
along with thu yellow and dcstroylii,
waters of San .laclnto, away to tho raging
gulf ; u man (Dr. Chambcrltn) nnd ids
wife nro on It she, half subim rgetl
water, reds her head upon his lap (and
man who had suvutl twenty lives said
that ho believed she was dead), a rope fa
thrown around the man, and in the shock
and wreck the woman slips into the
water and disappears, and thu man cries
out "Don't save me save my wife !"
Lone seamen are washed faint and sick
upon the flat, water-beat shores, and
everywhere is u dispairlng, heroic fight
with the angry waters. In the midst of
nil this storm, death and fury, an Incident
occunxd that will bo loni: remembered
and talked of by thu In
habitants of tho coast. Mr. and
Mr. West lived at Hay town. Durinu
Thursday the water rose gradually in
their house, and soon reached tho celling.
A daughter of Mrs. West, by a former
husband, was with them, also others from
a neighboring beacon house. They hung
ou by thu window until about 4 n. in..
when finding that the water was gaining,
they got Into a skiff with the hope of
reaching the high laud. In half an hour
the skill' swamped, and in getting hold
of thu windows again, two children were
lost. Mr. West then made a hole In the
roof, and all were got on It. Smnll hand
holes were made to clln? to. In n short
time the roof was swept away from the
building, the tide carrying them up the
bay several miles. They drifted
nbout Thursday nhiht and Frldav
at me mercy ol tliu waves.
Some deserted the roof; but Mr. and Mrs.
West, a child and two other persons
clumr to It. The wind drove them across
the bay into the mouth of Morgan's ship
canal, where the roof turned over, nnd
all, except West, his wife and a Mr. Post,
were lost. West roM!, clinging to his wife.
and seized the roof again ; the current
swept the roof over on tho east side, and
when it struck the bank tho two wero
thrown up on tho .rto of n dump. Post
was able to reach tho bank, West was
senseless, and Mrs. West stunned, but
moaning. Tho tugCoates had been driven
by the gale on tliu Point and lay on
the other side of tho dump.
A gentleman named Nelson, who had
brought her up from Ited Fish through
the gale, aud Mr. Uhett, master me
chanic, wero ou board, llearlnir tho
moans, they went over the dump and
carried the rescued pair on board the tug,
About 7 p. m., within half an hour alter
Mrs. West was carried on the tug, hho
was taken ill aud gave birth to a boy.
These rugged men, fathers themselves,
yet unused to such ministrations, aided
by Mr. West, faithfully performed the
duties belonging to gentler hands. The
brave little woman who had undergone
all these perils, seeing mother, child, sis
ter and her four nieces swept away be
fore her pyes, gave those directions which
doubtless saved her life and that of the
babe. As soon as mother and child were
in condition to bu moved, and tho gale
would permit, a couch was formed, aud
the men of the dredging licet carried
them up to tho old Morgan place, occu
pied by Mr. Tom Kdwards, where every
possible arrangement was made for their
comfort. This is one of the pathetic inci
dents of tho storm. Texas had a Child of
tho Alamo, and now she has a Child of
the Storm. The first wus a girl, and fell
a victim to the flattery of men, and be
came' an outcast. This one Is u boy, and
perhaps the life that was begun on an
ocean tug, in the midst of storm and mis
ery, may prove one of serenity and sun
Twenty-flve thousand people visited
thu (Julucy fair In one day.
Senator Howe Is u member of the
Commission Investigating thu atlalrs of
the Indian ring.
In California u municipal defaulter
lias been sentenced to seven years lu the
One of tho leaders of tho Liberal Re
publicans of New York accepts the Re
publican nomination for Attorney Get;
The name of the Democratic cundi
date for State Treasurer In Pennsylva
nia is Piollet, and his opponents dubbed
him "Pontlub Pilate."
One of our particular Southern
friends says that Wannouth will be the
next governor of Louisiana on the Rad
ical ticket. He says that Wannouth Is
working to that end.
Nine of the eleven Democratic State
Conventions held this year have declared
n favor of making .the currency equal to
gold. The exceptions are Ohio and Penn
sylvania, whose Conventions ask for in-
Hon and depreciation.
lt It catlvr to raise u hundred dollars for
me purchase 0f a gold watch to be pro
wiled somebody wlio does not need It,
man it u to collect the same amount for
Eomopoor man from the same persons
who owe him thu money.
It has come to light that a burglar
named lknton, who was a year ago re
leased from prison in Washington City,
whero ho had been confined for assisting
in the bogus robbery of tho safe of tho
District Attorney, ccurcd his liberty
through the, aid of District Attorney
FMier and his nl?tnnt, Harrington
nnd that a trnv-ball bond was given for
young boy who greatly rc?cin
blcs nnd Is supposed to bo Charlie Ko"s,
has been Interviewed at Itellcvlllc by
two men from tho Fast. The boy Is
the adopted son of a man named An
gell, who has been living In Hellevlllc
lately, hut formerly lived in Detroit.
Tho two men arc supposed to have
gone to Detroit to Inquire further Into
the antecedents or the boy. consider
able excitement Is manifested In Helle
vlllc over the matter.
Postmasters have been annoyed so
much by persons placing the postagu
stump on the wtong corner of the letter,
that an order has been procured to send
all letter to the dead letter olllce which
are not properly stamped. Thu 'tamp
mustbenlllxedtothe upper right hand
corner. The first thing the United States
knows It will see the necessity of con
tributing a few thouand dollars out of
the treasury to satisfy citizens for dam
ages. "The Vlcksburg JwiM 13 one of the
soundest and most sensible Democratic
papers published in Mississippi." An
exchange says so. There is no ragged
edce of despair about that paper. It
drinks its Democratic whisky out of
regular Uouibouic Jug, Is well printed,
and Is now widely known through Its
tunny end man. If he lets tho Bourbon
jug alone, and don't stand on his humor- ,
ou head too often, with the aid of the
Jlerahl he may have a chance to lecture
and drink tea lu llostou.
I'roredlnirs or the Urn ml f.oilite of
tlie United Ktrtlew.
lxiii.ix.U'OM.i, l.vn., Sept. 21. Thu
session ol the Urand Lodge 1. O. O. F.
to-day was largely taken up with routine
The Grand T.od''c has accented the in
vitation to bold its next session at Phila
'1 he credentials ol Itoprcsicntntlve.s Ty
ler aud Si lies weru reported upon favora-
niy aim uiey auumieu to heats in thu
u was ueciueu mat alter a subordinate
lodire had become, deluuct for live vears
thu funds surrendered by it shall nass
Into the treasury of tliu Grand Lodge,
and the grand-sire and secretary were
empowered to take such action lu regard
to incorporation oi the urand l.odc ol
tne umteu btates as they deem neces
sary. A charter was granted for a Grand
Lodge In the Dakota territory, provided
no expense shall be incurred bv the su
preme body until ten subordinate bodies
A committee was appointed to necr
tain the condition of tliu I'cbcrca degree
throughout the national jurisdiction, and
report at tho next session.
An extra session of the grand lodge
was held last ili'lit. ;it which Dcntuv
GaaudSro Parke of thoSandwIch IslamK
addressed tho grand lodge hi some gen
eral remarks, thanking them lor courte
sies extended, and expressing a wUh for
tneir iuiure prosperity.
The several members of the urand
lodge were presented with n well-exe-
eiili.il Inmi'rl'il nlintnnri-inli ot l'ftSt-Grand
iteprcentaitve i ai. r. nnainer, uiu k"1'
ot U. I,. Morris ot hchuicny.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rjlIIK 1JUM.UTIN is published every morning
(except Monday) In the llullctln IlulMiag, cor'
tier Wttsliiugton avenue and Tivclnii atml.
Tur Bulletin is nerved to city sulncriberH by
Willful carriers at Twenty-Five IXuto a Week,
payable weekly. llyMall, (In advance), $10 per
annum i six mouths, 'Jj three months, 3 one
month, 91 'l'.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
Published every Thuralay morning at tl 'ii
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n the Weekly will tic prrpuid nt tliU office, eo
that subscribers will obtain for a subscription
rice of 1 a year.
UUblncs Cards, per annum 130 00
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tJTo regular wlvextleers we oner suirior iu
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ner of displaying their lavora.
Communications upon smbJeoU of trim-
eral interest to the public aolicitod.
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Cnlro Bulletin Company.
WHITNEY fc HOLMES
"mm EUniil NivIm. with Valuable Im
J? proTementut New and Ueaultfultioli) Mops.
OVfc'lt ONt TIIOUSAKIl OritunUU mid Musi
cians lndome thru, I Irons and recummend thtm
us Mrlrtly rinit-clitM In Tone, Mrcbantsn.
ni nursDiiiiy. vturrsoiea ut jean cemi
for price list.
WMT.S'KY A HOWIEH ORGAN CO..
CH-vvIt Qulncy, llllnoli
tonlft Herbert hu PIMKXEM.
ISTPilicncr llccr at George Laitner'e
Saloon, on Coiiiincrcl.il avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets.
Z'Ot" There Is quite a revolution In both
dry goods aud clothing since llellbron &
Well eamo to the city.
Sf Dr. Sherman, the great Special
ist, 509 North Sixth street, has gained an
enviable reputation In the speedy manner
In which he treats all chronic diseases.
See advertisement for his great Syphilitic
Kradleator, Indorsed by the medical fa
culty everywhere. 9-18-lyr.
Hellbron & Well make it specialty
of ladles & children's suits. IMH-lm.
Ifllave you seen thu good calico dress
you can tret bv calling at iieiinron ,v
Weil's, 1 12 fc 141 Commercial avenue.
A Bnre i linnet".
The Western Tcnue.-ei! Agricultural
and Mechanical Association, of Jackson,
Tennessee, will hold their Fourth Annual
Exhibition on the 2011110:10111 of October,
Inclusive 1875. at which time there will
be dally sales of stock, agricultural Im
plemeuts, etc., making It one ol the most
important meetings cut held In thu State
llrlng your stock and implements.
.I.nii. V. limn, Pieddent.
Tnos. C..UIK, Secretary.
J-2.'l-w it. ,
Of tliu finest and latest styles in the
city nt A. Mark's.
l'iiriilNhliiBi)"l! t'liriilnhliiir Cootlit
lu the way ol Furnishing Good", I al
ways aim to keep my stock up to the
standard of excellence, in order to make
it Tub Pori'un Puct: to buy every
thing lu that line. Ties, Hows, Cravats,
Scarfs, Su-peiiders, Gloves, Linen and
Silk Handkcrciuets, l uuer-sniris nun
Drawers; In 1 ict almost everything
wanted to complete u vntlemuiiV ward
robe, can iilw.iys be found ut my store,
and can always be depended upon u.i
llrst-clas lu ipisility and style.
0-25.lt. A. Map.x.
Muvlnj: deposed of my entire utoek of
books and stationery to .Mr. It. P. Parker,
I take till'; uiuthod ol rettirulii" thanks to
citizens of Cairo lor their liberal patron
njre bestowed uuilujr a period of ten
years, uud uk contiutniuci of Fame for
the new linn. I shall continue to act
as agent for thu sule of the celebrated
"Light ltuunlny Doniotle" and the great
"WU-on .Shuttle .Sewing Machine''." nnd
keep on baud a full supply of needles,
oils and attachment-) for nil uiitchlucj.
Clean aud repair machines at short no
tice. Olllce and room for the present
will be at the old stand.
H. E. Hanson.
Cairo, 111'., Sept. UOih. Is7.".
i.iaiii iiiiiri ii.iii.
Overcoat? of nil fju.iliile.-. t.vle and
prices, to suit your jtrlio ami your pock
et at A. AI.mik's.
This I? a new style of picture now be
ing produced by Win. Winter, the artist,
of this city. These pictures are creating
much Interest In nil the principal Eastern
nnd Western eltle-, being altogether new.
They ate unlike photograph", being
raUed and beautifully enameled over the
entire surface, soft in tone, but dUtiuct in
the lights nnd shades. No one who sees
them falls to admire them, or to give the
artist an order. We have been ,-liown a
number of pictures of well-known ladles
and gentlemen of the city, aud have no
hesitation In pronouncing them perfectly
splendid. Wo would therefore advUe all
who take Interest In such matters or de
sire picture?, to call upon Mr. Winter nt
his gallery ami examine his work in this
new branch of the shadow-capturing nrt.
J, NelilcNlnirer, lliotnirrnili-r,
on Eighth street, between Commercial
and Washington avenue9, is now pre
pared to make those beautiful new pic
nnd respectfully Invite the citizens of
Cairo nnd the public lu general to rxam-
inc and jmcc his work. They will find
these pictures equal to the best of Eastern
work, and, what Is still better, a great
deal cheaper than what they are made
for anywhere In the United States. They
are within the reach ol all. Call, look at
and price them before you go any where
else. It will pay you to do so. D-lIMf.
JrXX Amber and White rag stoek
envelopes ut the Bulllti.v olllce, printed,
?.') GO uud SI 00 per 31.
Open nnd lor hnle.
Seventy-live cases ol boots and shoes.
Iioots $2 75 to $5 00; shoes 1 00 to
S2 75, at the New York .Store at whole
bale and retail. l-23-10t.
The only place to llnd a full lino of la
dles', misses' and children's cloaks Is ut
Hellbron & Well's, 112 and 111 Conuuer
I NK rim Cleaned.
i'ersoiin huvingclstei ns needing pump
lug out and repairing can have It done
promptly and at prices tt suit thu times,
by calling on J. g. Huwklns, Cross street.
I have u muti and pump employed all the
time for tho purpose. 0-lCtf.
WG INDUCEMENTS OFFERED
IN CIGAKS AND TOBACCO, AT
COWl'EltTHWAIT & WJILLIPS'.
$$t For a complete Hue of millinery,
KO to Hellbron & Well's, 112 and 111
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy ru let lor j jiu men from the el
feet of Ei'orn ami i c in early life.
Manho nl ro'toi'ed. Ini.inu to Mar
rltttfe removed Nav iu hod of t eat
m nt. New mill rem rKuble retncdhi,.
llouks and Clri ui r cnt free, In scale I en
velopes, .Vidro Howard Atsociailou
4i MutU M., Pblb c r. a, !'. -au tuitl
tution btvlua bljjbreputi'ou fir honor
rhe People's Remedy.
Tho Universal Fain Ext nctor.
Aak for Pond
Take no oil
"Henri furl will sneak of excellent thlufii.'
Injuries) to Man or Heu'ti,
Htriilnn, Hiirslns, Contu
t rnriiirrn, .uis, ulcera
ted or Incised Wini nd
Blcrilinir LunajN, or
Sone Hired, und lild-
liiKiiiun) nr Teeth.
Vomit Inir of llloodsml
Illri - llletilltifr 1MIp,
Hnrellnl I'nro .
Sllinies'S or Soreness,
.timlKizq. iMtni'. Ilnrk.
tor.- Tnront or Uulmy,
J tin, AhIIiihii.
(Horeor Inllamed Kyes or
More Klile, liiiluincd
11 reus t
I'litnl'iil nr too I'roruhC
Milk l.eir. (liarian DU
tii'v and TimiuM
DCMCnV I liravelundsjlrjiikury.
ntlTICUfi t'linlliiHt and Kxcorla
I tlons of Iiilauls, or
11)11 l AllllltA
vnrleoac rliii, r.n-
Urireil nr lnlliillle.1 r ni
I'leen.. Old l-uiv, Inter
nal III. -r .ll..n
ANU ltnlt. I'nrlil'mnlM Til.
..mpitimf a 9 I ihui-,, iiui oriiiu',
NTERNAL and llunion., t.'lwl-
' l or Sure K,t.
....... , ... .... in
t tiHlliit,llnriie-sor Nul
I die Lulls
ll'vlon or Whitlow, Krojt
i nl l.lmbs or I 'arts
Muiill Hltev. ItiKerl
POXD'N I'.XTHACT is forsnlcliynll Flml-
1 1 iino iiriiKKiHio. nna rec.imme.Kira ny
ell Dr.iK'I'Hi I'tiyslelmis, mid err
lftnl wlio liitH it,.r lllil It.
I'niiinhlrl cuntitliihitr llulory and l'irs mail
ed rreciiiuiilicitloti, if not found utyotir
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
e York mill I.ohiIimi.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
villo, Louisville, Cincinnuti
ana an wuy landings.
The unrlvallfl side-wheel slouner
(J FoivLr.u M.iter,
it. 'Inou Clerk
111 leave KTane IllleforCalroevery JIO.S'D.W
and HIUICsDAY uU o'clock in.
ltniwt Culroetery TL'E.lllA uud KICIJMl ,o
Tlie rli'ifiiut side-wheel i-l.nmer
II UN IIOWAHD
Will leave llvaiiavlllu lor Call n every TC'KS
DAY uud Fill AY III I o'clock p. Ill
Will leute .a!roeery KD.SiisDA YandSAT
The elegant side-wheel steamei
John (U)t v Matter
Mat. Williams Clerk.
leaves Evamvllle for Cairo cverv WKDNKS-
DAY uud fATUUADY at ft p. m
I.envei Cairo ctery lllL'ltsl).Yand SUNDAY
at tip in.
Each bout nukei close connection1 nt Culm
with llrst-class steamers for t Loult, .Mem
phis uud New (Irleain, and at Kvaiiville lth
the K. & C. It. It fur ull points Nurlluiii'l Ku.t,
and with the l.oulvllle Mall nieumers lor ull
points on the Upper Ohio, Klvlnc throiiKh re
ceipts on frelghti nnd iiasringcru to all points
l'or further Information apply to
f(Jl,. hILVKIt, rauenwr Arcnt.
HAI.I.IDAY llltOS., iArr.,
Or to U.J (iltA.MiKl:,
Siilerltitendent nmlGenenil Krelitht Am-nt,
l'K.l.i-0-ly. Eransvilte Indiana.
A ramulpt FlrtorliU History or III
Tlm-Nn Ttan Ik'dI. chfHpetil, Hint
nil sj n ('' nil t'nmily Pnprr
im the I'nlou '
NOTICKS OK TI1K 1'IIESS.
The Weekly is the iiblo-t and tuiit jiow
crtul Illustrated periodical iniblMieil in
this country. Its eilltorlalH arc ecliolurly
and couv.iieloj;, aud carry imicli welyht.
Its llliintrutlonH of current cents uru lull
and Irci ni.il arc prepared tiy ur he-tdu-i-iunois.
Wit i a circulation o KiO.OW tho
Weekly is read a Itui-tliy hall a million
persons, an i its lullueiico as an o irmi of
opinion Is simply trcini-utluii. Tiio Week
ly iuaintai-H a poel ivu position, anil ex
presses decided viewi on political and so
cial prohli ms. Loulsil4 C'ouriur.Jounml.
It- a tides ru niod"N of liln-toned dh
cus ion, and iti pictorial llliutratloi.s arc
often con oliorativu hrguiucnis of no tuiall
force.- N. Y. Examiner and Chronkio
Its paper upon existent rjut'st ons and IU
inlmitutilu car.oon- help to mould the sen.
tlmunu ot the country Pittsburg Com
mercial. TKHMS :
Postage tree to suh-crlbers lu the United
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S. tiotaee by ihe publN' ers
hubscrip I ns to Harper' Marine,
Weekly, a d llazar, U uo addresH lor ne
your, ijli) mi; or, two o Harper's 1'eriodl
cals. to one address tor onu year, 0 i;
An extra enpy of lie Mafalne. Weekly,
nr Hazur will io biippl ed rat b for in ery
club of live snb-i r bers ut tl 0t o cli. iu
one rum tianco; or, lx cones lor d-0 UO.
wltuiiut rx ra copy; postage lice.
Hack nnmb-iu can csupn fnlatuuy time.
i ue annum volumes ot Harper b v eckiy.
CIOIU Dim IIL'. Will i,u he ut hv
press, r e ol ennui sn tor T nil rnefi.
compluti- set. coinpri'liii.' elybtce v. lumes,
sent on receipt of catb at luo r to ol S3 83
per voluuio, I'reigiit ut tuu cxpeu o oi the
tar.N'uwspiin'rs aronot to cipy this ad
criisciueni wttliout the oxpress orders oi
Harper A ItrotherH.
d lrh HAItl'KIt , mtOTHKIlH. N. Y.
SORTll SIDE OF EIQBTII STREE1
Setween WttbtnttoD suid Oommtroisl
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
DHUOQIBTS' FANOY UUUUX.
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL,
WU solicit (orrc-ivmdcnce ami order finm I)nnririM, l'liyitclaus ami uemrui store in w
i.r i I In our Htiv Steamboat. I'ljiilntion cm 1 1 i.liillv .Midiclne tusea ftirnlihfl Ol . .-
Ill.'eil Willi lettable DniRi ut rrj'oiublc rati -.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
74 Opto i.evcc.
Wood ! Wood ! Woo d !
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cairo & St. Louis Transfer &
fill orders for Wood nnd Coal, uenvorca to any par oi inu wiiy,
tho Lowest Cash Prico. OFFICE AND YARD at tho Cairo & St.
Louis Narrow utiugo Depot.
W od, 4 feet, pari-ord
Wood, anwed, per cord
Wood, saw-rt unci apllt.nor cord
Con), cu load, pt ton
Coal, car loud, sinitljton
Conl. enr load, onobalf ton
LovoordotHat:F.M. Stockflotb'n.OS Ohio Xvee. nt tho(Crytnl Saloon, corner
Slxtb street nnd Commercial Avenue, and at tha Company Omco.
Orders Solicited lind Promptly Filled.
F. M. WARD, Supt.
JAS S. L A.NE, Scc'y ATroas.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Hoops a full st"ck of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
URGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
OflVrtl for Sale at-
Great Reduction in Prices ,
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Table Linens, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
l.arzc Slock of White Oooda, Victoria Lawns, Swlas Marallea, and it large Mock ot
Ribbons, ThU entire stuck will he sold atiiotiuil cost, and vintliiuu until It ii closed out. ChI.
nil liecoiivlnccilot lirc.it If.ir;,'aliH! TKItJIs sTUIi'll.l l.sil.
Corner Eighth St. and Commercial Av
I rsjiin I l
ETC., E'J C.
RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION
Vnnhlnartor A v., Oar. 8tb S
Coal Compnnv is ow prepared to
- 6 OO.
- $3 OO.