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MUr Every Pimp.
xonr x. outLT, fcutor.
tub nftAftciAi. qriwio.
CmIu M. Clay said : "I nin against
Inflation, but still more njjnlnst G mutism.
I should hardh hare turned Tory in 1770
because 0 continental money.'' This menu
tut the jfrcnt financial problem win noi
dutrnct tho Democratic Marty m '"c
Tim mwnects of
tlinnpniorratleiMrlvflra too bright to
let this question proven jcrlom Mumbling
Mock to Its Mure tacecsf. ll(lcrcnt
State Imvc different view? on tlio tinnn-
clal question. t"itn general platform will
be ndonfiil that will reconcile all. and
cause every Democrat to fall Intolluc ami
assist In (lie fight.
3fA5l.UF.WAR AND WIllftKY.
A correspondent to the New York Smi
says that tlio United Slntes steamer .S.nn
me, lost lit June lnr, by striking on n
reef In Seymour's narrows, Vancouver's
Island, was crammed with liquor, be
longing to the olllecrs, tnken on Jmanl to
be exchanged for furs In AIaka. These
liquors were lor Illicit trade with the In-
dlans. Instead of protecting the govern
ment in her taxes on dutiable good's, wu
Hnd United States olllecrs making nicn-ol-
war tlio vehicles of their Ignoble sulu
dllng practices. No wonder a general dis
gust for the administration prevails nil
over the country whin (lie people daily
witness such deplorable evidences of
fraud as marked the going down of the
DR. I.IVIXUVro.M-.'N DAV'UIITKH.
Agnes Livingstone, elder daughter of
the late distinguished African explorer,
was recently married to Mr. Alexander
L. Bruce, of Edinburgh, Scotland . Miss
Livingstone Is frequently referred to In
her father's Journal. In it the following
memorable passage, replying to a letter
received trotn his daughter, In 1872, to
the effect that "much as Mm wished him
to come home, sho would rather that ho
finished the work to his own satisfaction
than to return merely to gratify her."
The doctorobserves : "Rightly and nobly
said, my darling Nannie. Vanity whis
pers pretty loudly, 'She is tlio chip of the
otu uiockv My blessing on her mid nil
the rest." .Mr. Urucc is
mid to be well known in metropolitan
mercantile circles. The marriage service
was conducted according to tho form bt
the old marriage ceremony bequeathed
by John Knox to the kirk of Scotland,
anu tne oinciaiing clergyman was the
revered and venerable grandfather of the
bride. Kev. Dr. Jloflatt, who was assisted
by Rev. Edward L. Thompson, of Ham
ilton, auu itcv. William ltlgby Murray,
01 niancucsicr, urotiier-ln-Jaw of tho
ineffectual n harpoon was put in use and
his capture finally effected, llftccn men
being required to tow him to the shore.
Tho IVrnandlna Observer says: "Tho
blood which escaped Iroin him colored
the water for about.tun feel on cither tide.
Io was sixteen feet In width and fifteen
in length, llis flns were about four feet
long, and his tail about tho same length,
and not much larger than n person's flu
gcr. Jlis mouth opened to the width of
two feet and was eighteen Inches in
length, and projecting from each side of
It was n feeler about one foot wide and
two fect long, which lie rolled tip and
unrolled at will. So far as can bo ascer
tained, there has been only one of these
singular fish caught In this region before
this one. I'rcvioiH to the Var one larger
than this one was cap
lined near Center xtrect wharf."
Victor Hugo described tho devil fish hi
Ills "Tollers of tho Sea," and by many It
was considered a creation of the mind :
and some years ago a story came to us
showing where this sea monstrosity had
attacked n large sized schooner, throwing
its arms about tho vessels masts and drag
ging It under water. Last winter a small
one was caught In Galveston harbor, and
attracted considerable attention. We be
lieve It Is yet there, preserved In n Jar, or
has been sent to Hoston to be placed In n
iniHcum ol curiosities.
M:ARI.G THE EMI),
Marshall Craln, whom Musie confessed
murdered Captain Sisney In Carbondale
while that unfortunate gentleman was
conversing In his parlor with a man
named Obo Stanley, was captured in Ar
kansas, by Deputy Sherifl Lowe, of Wil
Jiamson county. Lowe trailed Craln
through Missouri down Into Ifandolph
county, ooruerlnjsr on tlio Missouri line,
and caught up with him in Pocahontas,
a small town on IJiack river, a stream
that empties into White river, at .Taekson
port. The outlaw was asleep when
found, and was therefore captured with
out any Hanger to his pursuer. He was
heavily armed, having a double
barreled shot-gun, Henry rilie
and two pistols. He accuses Allen Ba
ker of Wiling Sisney, and Music of killing
Spencc. but says he was a pnrty to It. The
trial of tills case will bring to light all
the dark aud bloody history of ti vendetta
that disgraced the county In which it
played its tragic scenes; and citizens
who stand high In tho county may bo
identified with it. Tho fact that those lin
plicated in tho brutal murder of Sisney
are to be tried In Jackson county argues
that justice will not be trammeled through
fear or favor. The startling letter from
our correspondent, "B," In tills Issue,
wltl bo perused with Interest, as it Is dl
rcct froui tlio scene of troubles.
A HF.nHKW CONVERT.
j.autKUuruay an event that is not of
frequent occurrence took place In .Mem
phis In the Jewish Synagogue. A young
lady named Franklin mado a confession
of faith and adopted the Jewish religion.
The following Is the confession made as
"I believe there is but mm fmik-iiiimi
eternal, spiritual, and most perfect God
in iras IKHI UT-IIMIUU I1IIV RII.'IIIM ni-
form, and who rules and governs the
world by immutable lmv. f ti m 11 Ian
convinced that man Is created with u pure
foul and endowed with faculties to pre
serve this original purity which Is the
corner-stone to the beautiful relation ex
isting between God and man the father
and the child. I nl&oilo firmly bellevo that
tlicro Is no other mediator b twecn God
aud man, save the power of mind and no
inner saivai ion lor Kinnrrs nvm.nr ii...
mmiiuonmeni oi evil ; that tlie sou) belli"
Immortal will partake of re ward and pun
ishment in the world to come, the man
ner of which Is known only to tho Al
mighty. I also believe that God has
selected Israel to be the Messiah of the
world to redeem mankind tlirniurh ti.
cvorasting truth of a pure religion, which
Will 11111(4! .'ill Ill.Hllflllll Infn nil.
hood by the means of truth, love and
Dcace. when thev nil will nnL-n
that God is one, and His name Is one?"
After the confession sho received from
lldblri Samtleld the benediction and the
name of Kachel. Miss Rachel L. Frank
i: i . , . ....
" jvuiencan uy oirtli, anil was
formerly a highly esteemed member of
the Episcopal Church. On Sunday flight
Mo was umicu in marriage to Mr. Charles
" Danhclscr, of Memphis, Tcnn.
of several days. Mr. Gago was 01 years
of age. lie was one of Chicago's oldest
and most respected citizens, and his
death Is fclnccrcly mourned by nil. who
The St. Louis Times says : "Some
body asked tho 1'rcddcut yesterday If It
didn't make him sad to retlcct how out
rageously his continence had been abused
by some of the trusted personal friends
whom ho had placed hi charge of the
government's Internal revenue Interest.
This pointed question drew from Ills Ex
cellency one of those brilliant oratorical
flashes of silence for which ho U noted,
but which the din of a passing coal wagon
FURTHER FROM WILLIAMSON.
THE CAPTURE OF MARSHALL CRAW.
Kihiu of tin-Hon.
Re Relieves the Jin's Up With Him, ami la.
tends to Have Compiuiy.
.trrent ol'Ti-rry 'rnln.
it Implictted In Killing Edward
bridge Thirteen Yean Ago.
NIrmw r it (loiicrnl t'ldinliiic
Wllliitinwoii mill Jnrkxini.
A CO.WIC'T'M LETI'iat.
Shut up In prisons, for crimes against
the law, arc men endowed by nature with
kind and affectionate feelings ; and many
of them Have mothers who mourn their
sad and dismal fate. G upton, who killed
fcschbach, has a mother, and all through
tlio trial, when It was supposed death
would bo the penalty Inflicted, slio re
mained by his side, and only kit him
when the sherifl' was ready to conduct
his prisoner to the designated place of
confinement. The annexed is a letter
from him to a citizen ol Cairo. In It he
6ho ws a tender regard for his mother,
and alludes to his past position in life
with a touch of feeling :
Vienna, Sept., 1875.
Jamks Kixxkau: Friend James: You
Will conrer a lasting tnvor on me If you
will conduct mcitlii-r tr Mr. Il,.,..,.. ....
. - - - inn , yt 1 1
Twentieth street. Ifyour buMness should
uewr j o irum complying with tins re
quest, piease nave irieml Black to act in
j'our stead, and I will be under obliga
tion! to either or you gentlemen for at
tentions shown my mother while In Cairo.
A JUU C you aln-.-iilv Immv mv f,,tn
therefore I will not allude to tho subject ;
but in conclusion will say that u letter
JtXrJri, or..lileuu Ulftcl' or any
other friend, will be hailed with a heany
welcome at my prison door.
Although I stand to-day u couvlct. I
Hill nave ttie same tvmnntiv i.mi
toned and honorable feelings about "me
that I always had ; and I hope thoso who
new me in dayaMhat are nasi, and hiw
me in high regard, will not cease to know
ffi2.!??. "bA.fi' your
....mi, 4 remain, us Ol OIU,
win,, n. Gci-ro.v.
One of these mtZTottUc
altydecp was caught uudcrtteAteK
.hlpwluu-fat Fernanda, Ha. S
got under tho wharf and soetnea mAj..
to extricate himself Own IxU awkward
Itlon among the piling. Making a
tuual noise In the water ho attract the
attention of men at work near by, who
flml iereral 1ioU at him, which proving
Jciierson Davis lias been recclyed
wiiii uospitaiity in Colorado.
Houston, 'iexas, was dain.nreil hv
iuo iaie storm to the extent of $00,000.
Edgar Snowdcn Esq., of the Alexan
dria (Va.) aa-.citc, one of tho oldest and
uuicst journalists In Virginia, died recent-
, ageu sixty-iivo years.
lio not kill the toads. Jn l'arls they
are sold at Mtyceuts a dozen, fn order to
jirotcct vineyards and iranleis from In
sects. A toad will swallow tho biggest
kind of n tomato worm.
Sharkey, the murderer, attemntcd to
escape from the Kingston steamer as she
touched at ports on the- north coast of
Cuba, and has been brought back to the
The Minister of Public Works pre
sented In tho Chamber ot Deputies. Bra
zil, lately, a request of tho Emicror to
sanction n visit or eighteen months' dura
tion to Europe and the United States.
It is announced that the Young Men's
Christian Association have leased Gil
more'8 garden, New York, lor the win-
tor, and that Moody aud Sankey will be
gin a series or revival meetings Novem
ber 1st, which isvxpected to continue all
-Father Schurz, ot Winlleld, Kansas
was tlirown out of his buggy tho other
day and had his shoulder dislocated. The
reverend gentleman Is said to be an own
cousiii to Mr. Carl Schurz, but tlicro Is
not much of a relationship between their
Caroline Fells, a young German wo
man, who nitcmpteit to sw ndlo th
Nassau bank, ot New York, out ofSlo.
100, on a forged check of Wardcr.Mitehch
A Co., SprlngUeld, O., has been con
victed and sentenced to two and
years In tho penitentiary.
iiie savannah Advertiser has been
purchased by J. U. Estill, Esq., and con-
solidated with that ablo journal, the Sa
vannah Aetcs. llio Mm has been at the
head of enterprising journalism In the
Southern Atlantic seaboard States forn
longtime. Savannah ought to sunnort
liberally such a dally as tho A'cws.
Tho following is the worst loko of
tho season : 'Balmoral stockings' Is the
laiesi name, lor tiiem. May they always
be 'moral' without tlm lil r i.
laid at the threshold of the Vlcksburg
He, aid, A few more of that character
will destroy its reputation for saving
A dispatch from San Diego says that
the revolution in Sonora ended on the
23rd of August by un engagement near
Altar between the government troops
and the revolutionists, In which the latter
were defeated, losing about thirty in
killed, wounded and prisoners. About
five hundred were engaged ou bth side.
-4lrs. Henrietta Chanfrou and C. IV.
layjeure's brllltaut New Orleans Variety
Company performed last week In Wash
Inton City at the National Theater, ap
pcarlng in Tarted." founded on Inci
dents ot the commercial disaster or two
) ears ago, also In other pieces. Next
week the Mexican Juvenile Oncrn Trouno
penonn at tne same mcatre.
Mr. George W. Gage, well-known
In Chicago as formerly, at various times.
one or the proprietors of tho Trcinont
House, tho Sherman House and the
'mtid Faclllc Hotel, died at his icsl.
uvuee htt Friday night, after an Illness
robbers that have Infested It for so lonjf
a nine, j ins is not confined to William
son county, only, but in Jackson thero Is
a terrible waking up. The jail at Mur
jnijouuiu is itiii. iweniy-iwo men are
now awaiting tlio action of the grand
Jury and court, and It Is believed a largo
majority oi tiicso will be convicted.
in uacKsou county n wholesale arrest
orthlcvcs has been made. Ainongothi rs,
one Callahan Is In jail. He Is worth
thirty thousand dollars, but so s tronc is
the reeling of the people he has not yet
- .... ...
oceu note to obtain nail, lie lias sent for
a number of his foimer acquaintances
throughout the country, but he gets no
sympathy. I tried lo get enough of tho
particulars ol the late arrests together lo
maku you up an ai tide ; but so great Is
tlie rush ol criminal business at Mur
pnysuoro that prosecuting attorney,
sheriff nor deputy sheriff. could take
time to givo me anything like n satisfac
tory statement, llul from tlie following,
it hastily written and probably biin"g)ing
account from the !laekon county Urn,
your readers will readily see that sow.
tlihitj is going on.
As we predicted lit last week's Isuu
the arrest of Callalinii and Ditch would
open more light on tliu gang of thieves
who have been plundering- mid robbing
on the highway in the north part of tnlt
county. One or the gang has turned
State's evidence, ami tells some startling
tales or their exploits. He relates the
story ot robbing ilie narrow-gauge sta
tion house, ami connects several persons,
somo living in this town, with this rob
bery. A shot-gun belonging to the sta
tion iigint, was taken by the thieves and
hid In a hollow tree hi Ora township.
Tlie gun was allowed to remain In the
tree until alter Steveut (old where it was,
and one of the ili'inityherlUs went mid
loiiuil it jut where Stevens said It was.
Stevens alo gives the particular. of a
! plot to rob (ill) il. llnrr. tlie county tresis-
urer. It a Mippo'ed that Mr. Uurr had
I on dejm.lt SIO.(XX) In the safe of Hind
, man, .Mlcli.'it'lU & Co. .Ilin U'llrieii,
I Wash Allen. Hitch. Stevens and others
1 hey nil :tscuiblcd nt
llg HIS flight. IC Was SUbleelml in n ,rr..nt , Y..?,K" ' 1"." . "'r OIUCK
. " ' " m is a m UUI.K.S n u eame us ihr
as the slorehoiiM-, bm did not
make tlicatii uiit mi iiLcoiitii ni'tliu late-iie.vsoi-
the hour, thinking that it they
would have to blow tho miI'u on!ti they
riiiiiii urn gut iiiroiigu i in jou Deioi'e tluy.
Samuel llriinn. one of the jiartiiersol'ilie
linn of II.. M.A Co.. who sleeps in the
store. wa to be Intimidated, If possible,
but if lie did not "behave himself" he
win to be killed. Stevens told that one
of the thieves when they were about to
diepcrss that night, took off
his suit ot black and threw it
in the public well at tho south
east corner ol the .square. It will bo re
membered by the readers of the Era that
a notice was made some two mouths ago
of a black gown being taken from the
town well which resembled n woman's
dress. This Is the same gown thrown in
by the thieves, but who thought, nt that
time, that "thereby hangs a tall."
oiuienH is mo man mat caused the ar
rest oi caiialian and Ditch last week, lie
told of the goods that had been taken
from Mohlcnbrook's store nt Campliell
Hill, said that Allen and Ditch are tlie
parties who went into the station house
on the Narrow Gauge. Stevens aNo
tells ofa plot to throw from the track the
pay ear on the Narrow Gauge road. In
deed his story is a thrilling one, and of
much interest to the people of the coun
ty. There are other things in connec
tion We WOllld llkn to ttnli. huf U lu mil.
Icy to hold back various tlilii'rs In con
nection, which wo will nrotiflolv ha able
to give to tlio public next week.
Thus, it will bo seen, the right is
speedily to triumph, and God sjiccd tlie
day. Vou that live out of harm's way
that do not fear tho assassin's bullet,
now nothing of the feeling of relief and
security that we begin to feel or, rather,
you do know It, but you fall to appreciate
it. lleforo Jong I expect to Inform you
of other and startling information. The
air is full ol It, and I thall try to keep
CuinoNDALK, Ii.t..,Sept.2", 1875.
Krinon C.tino Hullktin .'Marshall
T. Grain, tho alledged murderer of Sis
ney mid Spcneo was brought to this place
by Olllccr T.owc on last Saturday. Of
the circumstances of the arrest you
Informed your readers in Sun
day morning's paper. Sinco his
nrrcst, Craln seems to have undergone
a peculiar change. Without doubt, dur-1 S'.H,"1 ,,N I.'10'
many hanMilp. He was nccomimnled
by his wife, and entirely out or money.
Together they walked over two hundred
miles. Arriving nt the house of her
uncle, hi Arknusai, tho woman broko
uou, ami could go no further. Here
Craln left her, pursuing his wnvon foot
1 . .... . .
ami aioue. although ho was a man of
endurance, ho was broken down and used
in II.. .!..! . . .
i uuf.-vi.ircH mat ne tramped over
nvo hundred miles. He Is a man
of twenty-seven years, but has an
extremely boyish appearance not ap
vi.. ....... i ...
ia.nij; l(, uu more man nineteen years
old. There Is notlilntr In bta
1. . . . 1 1 ...
.inn wouiii attract attention. His face
shows no Intelligence, his dress Is that of
n backwoodsman, and in his manners
uiiu epcecu ne is awkward and bash-
im. vtuii all this, however, ho
has a devilish, snaky eye in his head ; and
If the eye is Indicative oi character, Craln
is a murderer from the soles of his feet
iu me nair of his head.
w hile hero, the prisoner talked freely.
He was shown the statement m Mint,.
and pronounced It substantially correct.
He states that linker killed Sis nev niwl
mat .Music killed Spencc. Ho admits
oeing present at both murders. His de
scription or tho killing of Sieneo is
diabolical. The victim was shot down
at the first lire. Then the murderer went
up to Mm .md deliberately shot him
through tho head with a pistol. Craln
says that the others mentioned by Music
arc an guilty except ono or two. Ho
swears that If he could be permitted to
kill linker and John mil
liner lie would be willing to bang to the
nearest tree. It would appear that ISulllncr
hired him to do tho desperate work, and
after Its performance refused to pay tho
piuiiii amount promised. Not only was
money used and promised in this Infernal
business, but arrangements planned to
secure the murderers from punishment.
Witnesses were selected who in nny
emergency would go into court anil
swear tho members of thu gang through.
Hut should this fall, then the jails were
to be forcibly broken open nnd the prls
oners set free. Hut there Is no danger of
this latter part of tho nlnt i..
mg carried out. In Marlon one liuu
ureuoi uio Mate's bright, new Enfield
lilies are in the hands of an equal num-
ocr oi reliable men. Besides, the peo-
luuoi uiu two counties nrc as ono man
demanding tlio swift punishment ol the
criminals. That several of theso parties
will stretch hemp there is but little doubt.
The statement of Music, corroborated by
tho confession of young Craln, together
Willi tho strong chain of circumstantial
evidence, will convict the greater num
ber of the parties arrested.
lcrry Craln, another member of the
extensive Craln family, was arrested and
brought here yesterday. Ho is charged
with killing Edward Uurbrldge at Crab
Orchard bridge lu September or October,
1802, thirteen years ago. As nearly an I
can learn, the particulars of this murder
are as follows : The 12Sth regiment were
on the march from their rendezvous at
Marlon to take the train on thu Illinois
Central railroad at Carbondale. Tli..v
were halted at the brldgo that the loiter
ers and stragglers might ho brought up.
" mm noro, uiiruriugo came along with
his team. His farm was near ilin snmnnf
tlie late murders, nnd he was going
to Carbondale on horses. Ho asked and
received permission of tlio olllecrs to
drive through tho ranks of the men and
pursue his way. While driving through
the regiment he came upon two or three
of the Cralns and somo others who know
him. He was stopped, and high words
ensued, which ended by his being fear
fully beaten, kicked, und finally killed by
.loin a Mono or cinu. He died
within a few hours after receiving the
uiow. uururidgo was an outspoken
Union man, nnd was obnoxous to tho
Crulns aud men of like ilk-. 'Hi,. i
Jury has indicted Terry Craln as tho mur-
There is no connection between this
last named murder und thoso which have
rendered this part of tho country so infa
mous, save this : The people are getting
over the feeling of fear that has oppresied
them slnco this era of blood has been In
uuguratcd, and are determined to rid tho I
country of the murderers, thieves and
rho Pooplo'o Hontedy .
Tho Universal Fain Ext actor.
Take no othi
"llcuri fur I will slunk of excellent tiiliiss.'
lnjurlen to Unn or lleustd,
Strain, iruliis, Contu-
FrnrliireN, uuts, l-mrrn-tiil
nicf-iHn I.miira, or
Sfimo Hlrrll, nml flleed-
oiiiiihirr iiioimI and
Wholesale and Retail
Pile - lllciitlnir IMIm.
rmmii, oriiicd rare,
M.'ISr WC""'X nrsorciiwi,
NIliriicHi or fcoitn.M,
l.iimlmB.i, fflinu lluck.
Hiirij Thriint or (Jnlnty,
iSorcor Inllnnicl Kycj or
Horo .Mllli-. Inll:irnr,l
. - Iln-ait
I'nliirnl or too i'mHisr
Milk i.vit, OVHlIun I)1j.
Umvel nnil .Mrui.ifiiry.
CIihiIiikh nml Kxcuria
tlons or tiifunti), or
tnrtrimp Vilno. Kn
lumcil orltifliitinil win.
iVIvcm. Old Sirei, Inter-
illolU. Cnrlmncli'n. Tti-
la liitJNAlj ( ri.Nniiit llimlon. thul-
. en ormc FiTt.
TTOf I' ""ift.llnriii.-aor 9.nl
lati. I , . ilk' linlli
Icloii or Whitlow, Kroil
I fl l.lmlM or I'nrl.
nooiiiui,, un,.,, i,19t.ct
nuii)C, lliappeil Ifnmlf.
PAINT AND OIL DEALER?.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF
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'.!"?'" ,,r,l"fK''l'.nnil nvotiime.nlulliy
nil llniBKi'l', l'liynlclaim, nml rtery'
., wni mix t"i-r tiwi it,
I'ninnlili-t oont.ilnliu Itl.torj'atnl 17m mnll-
in ii-uii iiiijiuciiiioii, ii noi roiini ntyour
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
v York nutl 1 find on.
PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET AHTICLE8
DBUaaiSTS' FANCY GOODS, COLLIER WHITE LEAD
WAxVT.OWVn WATPI1T. T. in
tlDirntTra an a no
Wi: ollo.lt ritrnxpn'i'h-ncr nml onlfn from I)niIil' I'hv
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WHOLESALE ft RETAIL,
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IlETAIL &. PRESCRIPTION
aihtuetor Av.,Oor. 8th S
Wood ! Wood ! Wood!
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cairo & St. Louis Trnnsfor & Conl Compunyis owproparedto
fill ordoi-H for Wood nnd Conl. Dolivorod to anv par or tho City, at
tho Lowest Cash Prico. OFFICE AND YARD nt tho Cairo & St.
Louis Narrow QaitRo Depot.
Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneotown, Evans-
vino, jjouiBvnio, Cincinnati
and all wuy landings.
The mirlrallrtl f Me-wliw.1 ttnuncr
H III leave Kvnnsvllllo for CulrofVi'n' .MONDAY
BinlTIIUlt'sH.VV ut I o'clock p. in.
l.ivi;s Culni f very TUKSIIAY nml HilllAY.iit
U o'clock ji. in.
I) O. Kovu:n.
Kn. It. Thomas.
The degnnt iilc-whil almmrr
fiQj"" Wr. Sherman, tlio grmt Sjicelal
Ist, MU North Sixth s trout, has gained nn
cnviablo roiiitation In the f-iieeilyinanner
in which lie treats nil chronic (Uawcs.
See advertisenieiit for his great Syjilillltlo
Erailleator, indorsed by tlio medical fa
culty everywhere. IMS-lyr.
A Rnro Cliiiuer.
Tho Western Tcnnesseii Agrleiiltnral
und Mechanical Association, of Jaeksnn
Tennessee, will hold their Fourth Annii 1
Exhibition on tho 2Ctlito.'IOth of October,
inclusive, ib,.), Munich time thero will
bo daily sales of block, agricultural Ini-
Piemctiw, etc., making it ono of the most
important meetings ever held hi the State.
Bring your stock .'mil implements.
Jno. V. Ki:ith, President.
Titos. Cf.AiiK, Secretary.
J. NcblcalnKcr, I'liotiltfrj,.r,
on Eighth street, between CoiiiinorrfMl
nml ll'.,ol. I. ....
in n uaiiiiij-iuu iivuniie, i now
pared to make those beautiful new
respecuuiiy invite) the citizens of
wuro ami the public In general to exam
iVieaiid;nVelils work. Tliey will find
these pictures equal to the best ot Eastern
work, and, what Is still h.H,.r i.,
leal cheaiier than uhat tliey mo made
ior anywiierehitl,,. Uniti il States. Tliey
are within the reac'i of . Call, look at
und price them b f-r , ntiywhcro
else. It will paj j n.io.tf.
Ilr.M ItowAiin MoMit.
W ALTtll 11.. I'KXMNIITOM Clt rk
Will loove Kvniiiivllln Tnr liilio every TUKS-
m . Miiit r ibiLf.i i ai O'clock l. Ill
w,1J!.1.?.vi-,;?!r" VVr; "K U.Nsii'a V a
UIIU.W nt (J o'clock ii. in.
The elegant tl'lcwlicel steamer
Wnoil. 4 f.l. nnrrnnl
WooJ, sawtd, porcorct
Wood, nawt-ri nnd npllt, per cord
Coal, cat load, per ton
Conl, car load, BiiiKljton
Coal, car load, ono-half ton
- tfi 00.
iChe.Ot.f.5HVInV8t0ck!leJth'"'02 01l! tve.ot tlm Crystal Saloon, corn.r
Hlxtli Mlreet nnd Commercinl Avpnue. and nt the Company Ofllcn.
Orilor Solicit oil anil Promptly Fflleit.
T. M. WARD, Supt.
JAS K.IiAITE.Seo'yA Treas.
F. M. STOCHFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
it'ohjuioint jJKHD domestic
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps- n full stock of
Monongahela,Ryc and Robinson County
leaves Kransville for Cairo cverv
DAY nml hATIIIlA liv ,.i
Leaves Cnlro every UlUlttiDAY anil SUNDAY
. .ilia V . "M3 clo8(! connection! ut Cairo
" ... I-., Bii-uiuvuior si. i.oiiIh, .Mem
PhJ W r C1T V,rl?,n""," r-vonsvllle will.
I IIC r.. AC C II. II. for yll txtlnld V..wl. .
nnd with the Louisville ' Mull Mcaincr foruli
lM)inw oil iiie yjr Uhlo, rIvIiib throuttli re-
v.,.,.. uiiKiiia ui.i. ,ii,evi L'Cn IO 'ill ln.lold
Irllmtjirv ' 1
For I'm titer Infunimllun aiiilj- to
SOL. SILVKIt, Vussenger Agtiit
IfAl.Lt HAY IlltOS
" ,', :;""! '"in ami urneiui FrelL-tit Ain-iit
J. M. i'f IlLl.ll'.S, "Arc
. .'! AMMEU,
Tills llU'Dillfltirin tit
ffiiy k,,0H" lr the tie.it-
Syphillis in nil its Stages, Scrofu
lous Aileotions, Chronic Ul
cers, Enlargement of tbo
, ., . . Glands.
r.sinciauy in cyi.n uc U suisei. In i,l,.i. i.
ImsmniLiimiiy Wn Kluil ,, ,,a,t ,
n ,.n .Tii,'.. :".. '," ". " '', laHcii
I.. . iuv Dyaivill Willi W t V, Ulli
ht.it to uny art of the United fttutej byix
neu. free fiom observation. '
ni. '?roP'tfl,ckyRe!i unittoiinviiaitof the
Unltetl ftmten, on itcel.t ot o. Aildreis
0-!l-ly. bt ,olll, J'0'
la Chancery Maiter'i Bale.
State of llllnoli, Alexander County ss.
In the Alexander County Circuit Court,
William M. Aiherion und John Hodea v. John
llnlilt'ti nml M.irv.,1 tt..n.... ...v.... ,VUI,M
" -n " uuuw i-iiriiuou.
PUHLIC notice U hcitby clven tint In nur.
, mi., "'""wf" 'lecrce rJuSeifl i tlii.Ci
iiitltli'.l cause, In said curt nt Ilie Slny iirm
uuiiu w, iiuiiuiin
In chancery of htilii
me .'oiu iuy ol
October. A. D,
n "i i ilie
t'liielinu ii . ,i on,
Wo liave ut the h u , ma. for sale
nt a discount, scrip of the Mud Won Home,
Cincinnati, (Main, Instwueu Front and
Second ii:ii-;ilii i.. ,.... i ,
iii muil'i iiccuillllinn i. ,,,, ""nil-
Ions at the rate of 2 25 per day. Scrip M ZW
counti- nr; Ai.V.7, .! . "'."K .. " " me
our oi 2 o'clock p m. of said dnv. sell nt
lrt lllkllC.l I n... I.. ..... I ;
II'IHEI HUUI III j
ty, the lullowlnir
Hie south hslfofthe north-
iic em ue, ut tlie court house door Iii
... Dl.l ,,Jlll
real fsiaie, to-vlt
the city of
Is III orders ol 51 oo each
U-n pound letter heads, large size, Car-
jnuier, rated two cents higher than
ol,ai Paper und in Cairo for print
lnjr letter lieails
only $4 50 per thousand at tho Hulletin
Obstacles to Marriage.
JIajijiy relief for young'men from the cf.
feet of Krtors and Abuses in early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mur
rlaifo removed New motuod of treat
mi nt. New and remarkable remedies.
Hooks and Circular! sent free, In nculcd en-
Velopea, Address Howard Ainoclatlnn
410 N. Mnth St., rmiadclnla, l'a.-an lnstl-
tUtlon havllIK a blcrli riMiiiliilnii rr I
able conduct and profvtslonal sLIII.
cuuuiv oi iiexuiiiii.i-nml u.i. . fin.r'
Ktther with the tenements n ul l,oV Viii.!' .T
will, s x ne,-cent, n..'?.:.1 . J"'J ""'.
deferie.1 i,,, 'V.""."."1" tmnou.
JOHN O. ff.VltM.VV.
Wdjjj., Lan3.lUl Com&VSSr'e.
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
URGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
-Oflcicd for Sale nt-
Croat Reduction in Frioes
Points, Bleached Muslins,
Table Linens, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Japanese Silks, Silk Poplins,
ilbbon.? MZWl"9' Swls? Mnr-atto,. ...,d n fene Slock o
nd he0co'nvlncnt o" 'SanS is ' ' T .'S?if.V 'V-" W llne UB " U cl oul-
?flfraer Bie2lt St. and Commercial Av
unceii ouc and fwi vears. toual tmv.n
mx percent. Interest tin- i.im,.n. ......
ro, Illinois, btpterober 2fclli, H7s,
Dhllltv M "utilneil for neiiiitl-
dMii,l,yi,,f'1 ',l,l'i"eiiniierasiiryi lee illcr
ill?t 1 ' 0l ,,0JC ""7 Clilcaito, III,
ww ;iwi pire oi aciiiiimi weakness.
P. If st Munhooil and ull dlbsrders brouithl
Oil tlV lllillarn.lln.ia nr ...,. .... '.r"".".1
on uy Indltcretloui or exwas. Anv Hr.,.rr.;.
00,000 envelopes, nil mrades and di1io.
Just received nt tlio nui.LUTrN- lob ofllce.
V. 1 PAtfuntJSE nlii0f0O 71 xl