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JOMX K. OMBtT, KAUor.
CMfHBB THE BITES.
WiltUa Greeuc, foraerly assessor mul
tfcarrff ef Greetra eMnty, and cx-mayor
T Cwretltoa, suicided In Currolltoii, on
Tho Adamses nerer wcro limitary
patriots ot Ifcetr own accord. Tho public
nay att Charles Francis back, but ho w ilt
be ccrtiln to emerge front tho shades of
private life at the proper Unto.
tidAsr b. AnraaNf.
Suaan B. Anthony, titter to "tho col
onel," will lecture In Iowa this winter, In
tSTor of female gitferajrc. If she will
not talk about "tho colonel's" wound,
we will fergiYe her.
BTIMCMCE OF CHBINTIASII.
Ia the event of a conference tho Ilcrze
govtaiaaa will demand that tho evidence
T Christians shall be admitted by tribu
nals. The Turks do not believe l.i this
sort of thine and will contest it to Uie bit
The' military headquarters at Leaven
worth are to be removed to Denver In a
short time. It will be a severe blow at
the interests of Leavenworth, but it Is
said that the business of the department
of the Missouri demands flint the post be
located further to tho west.
Balston, the bank president who was
drowned In the bay at San Francisco,
bequeathed, after payment of just debts,
all hit property, real and personal, to his
wife, with no restrictions, leaving a pro
vision for their children to her Inclina
tions. John D. Fry, IVm. Sharon, An
drew J. Ralston and Thomas Brown nre
appointed executors without bonds.
The Illinois Methodist
which will soon hold
Its annual session
at Springfield, is In for n big tiino with
the Qulncy scandnl ensc. Hollman so
far occupies a very unenviable position
in public estimation. What new testi
mony ho may bo able to produce before
the conference Is not known.
ocnurrs Cincinnati speech, which was
reacned tor with avidity by tho majority
or at. mollis papers, received no notice
whatever In the columns of the Republi
can. or uns oversight tho rune
badgers It In a very effective style, and
says tnai an absence of nil mention of
we speech Is sufficient cause lor a change
in the management of the editorial part
w we nousc. it uses tho following In-
""siaKu. -Dullticil jt Iliads
there are too many young Kuapps and
they all have to he elevated together or
uvi ui ail."
WE HAVE BEEN MISTAKEN.
Some tirao ago wo wrote that a gentle-
man namea Alien was said to bo the
lunny man of the Vlcksburg ITtrald. The
ueraid replies In tho following man
ncr: "This is a mistake. Mr. Allen is tho
senior man' of the Vlcksburg Monitor.
and In no way connected with die Herald.
Jneme atop thla, gentleman ot the press.
HivHeraU has several fuiiny men, but
Allen m "J015 e name of
Like the darkey who told the story of
the mule being "blown four Inches by
the watch" we "will stick to It If we die
for It." If It ain't Allen, who Is It?
THE BATTEEL MTMTKKY.
So far no cluo has been found that will
point to the assassin, or assassins, of
Battel!, of Qulncy. As we conleeturod.
la a former Issue, Investigation leads to
ueDcitertnat there Is a woman at the
bottom ot it. The popular theory ad
vanoed is, that liattell went to a boarding
nous near wnero he was found dreadful
ly mangled, to see a woman of ill-repute,
and was either assaulted at
that place or Immediately after leaving
. u is a ueep mystery now, and so was
the Slsney murder a deep mystery, but
circumstances unraveled that web to the
satisfaction of everybody. Good detect
ives will not fall to uuearth the cruel
Becentlyamannamed WUson,a person
of jrood reputation, struck a man over the
head, In 8t. Louis, owing to eoinc diga
croemcnt. lie waa pro&eeuted hy the
party who received the blow, and one of
the lubberly city's Intellhjcnt juries sen
tenced him to two years In the peniten
tiary, and the chances were very promis
ing that Wilson would bo treated to a
striped suit for the term spoclllod by the
twelve jrood citizens. But a Judge named
Jones, and ho must be a sensible and
clever Individual, traversed tho extreme
and alserabU verdict of tho Jury and re
duced tne sentence to three months In
the county JaU. The uewspapers think
we iBterreronce was eminently proper,
and applaud Jones for saving an honor-
gentleman irow a lasting disgrace,
TUm MBMI AUB JEFF.
Parson Brownlow, Uie chief growler of
um oratory, u aju-r Jefferson Davis. lie
ayauiatueex-rebel supports the Infla-
uom sBMsure-wbicb meaaurc, lu bis
ortekw, sueus repudlaUon, and, If a suc
os4, will g$Hn for Ur. Davbi what he
Krugglaxl for during the war-tbe de
struction of Use govern stent, it U about
"TV l to think of
n hatred of
ZLtJ!?" been vlndletiv. and
S5 'jL?- never went
Pane r7vM, edltorTn, I "
had Um BMMt Inur.i7 ,
' .TT"' ""'w u a rouBh.
lafityT7" 18 WlW ht JdlsgruwicoiildhippciitoaStHte thau the
portion ol tho spiritual domain Professor
llsen would assign to the old sinner,
we nrcntalosa to say, but we think it
wouiq be an extremely warm one.
Wo ire constantly being told by tho
press that Colonel Anthony's wound Is
tlin"uxft rcmarkablo on record." and
that it U called "arterial aneurism." "ur-
terlal venom aneurism," and "anturUmal
inrir." Doctors will diner, and this Is
nil very Vrell, but what the public Is most
Interested In Is, where IsEwbry, tho man
wno nas eausea all this disagreement In
tho medical fraternity I Is he hearty
ana uoes np get His quail on toast regit-
iany r uuiouei Autuony tells a reporter
(and tho colonel knew what the reporter
would do with It) that his present weight
Is 157 noumfc. Now. n-W lo ().. u-..ti.,
of tho small editor who dallied so sued ss-
fully with this pistol? Wo Imvo had
enough of the swaggering colonel, and
wouia like to hear something from tho
youth who played the leading part at tho
Leavenworth theater tho night that re
duced the colonel's weight and fuddled
CONFEMMKD TOO SOON.
A Kcntuckian who was very sick, and
thinking lio would surely die, con
lessc'l that in 1870 he had murdered n
man named Charles Mitchell, on
Green river. Ills story was that during
the war lie and Mitchell had robbed u
man named Davenport In Warren
county, and that in tho il 1 vision of the
spoils Mitchell had Inkcn more than hi
share. In revenge, tho self-confessed,
murderer watched his victim for ten
years with the purpose ot billing him,
and nt last, when a favorable opportunity
presented iiseir, he sUot hint through
the heart. Mitchell when shot was
standing on a barge, and his body fell
Into the river. It was never found, and
though suspicions of foul play were en
tertained, there was no proof even ot his
death. After confcsslon.thc sick man made
preparations Torn Joyful death, having
cased his mind by divulging his crime.
But ho did not die and commenced to re
cover from that moment. An ofllccr of
the law Is patiently awaking his conva
lescence. A BABE JOKE.
Lewis, n Memphis coal dealer, rented
an ofllec In Bethel block, on Main street.
Ic held tho premises by lease, and desir
ing somo modifications in tho tonus, n
difficulty sprang up between him and the
owner, Mr. Bethel, a vers rich man.
Lewis Is n man of tho world and knows
a thing or two, and nftcr cnjoylnir a few
glasses of beer Just to add vim to his con
templated ruse, he placarded the window
of his premises "Newsboys' Headquar
ters." -mis attracted the attention of
tho ragged crew who sell papers during
mo uay, and tticy congregated in force.
and after satisfying themselves thatthero
was no "Job" put up, pronounced
tho affair "bully," and com
menccu the usual Jubilee that
mariremnciruuiijr perfornmnccs on the
pavements while waiting for the even
lug papers which means, jlgg, walk.
arounus, tights, and gymnastics. Bethel
block Is an Important place, a perfect lit
tle nivo or industry, and soon there was a
general "kick" against Lewis' headouar-
ters. Bethel, flic rich man. trot out an
injunction, and Lewis defended his course
by claiming that the boys were his guest?.
It has created considerable comment in
Memphis, and U considered a good joke
on Bethel. Lewis Is putting tho scheme
through in Hue stylo, and nronoscs to
give the boys a brass band serenade and
turky lunch It the injunction is dissolved.
DEIaAlf SI BVGCEMSOB.
George Dawson Coleman, of Lebanon.
Pa., Is the gentleman who will fill Colum
bus , Delano's plaoo as Secretary of the
Interior. William II. Armstrong, of
Wllllamsport, refused tho position. Then
numerous applicants made an effort to
secure It; but the President reached over
tic siiouiuers of all these avaricious fel
lows and selected a stranger. Mr. Cole
man Is represented as an Individual of
fabulous wealth, and one of tho great
Iron chiefs of the country. Ho pos
sesses property valued nt $10,000,000,
and Is u large owner In the Cornwall Iron
mine, one of the richest in tho world
Ills age Is fltty-tlve years, nnd he Is rather
stout aud slightly above the medium
height. A full, long, iron-gray beard
covers his chin, nnd his fueo is course to
ruggedncss. Employing thousands of
men he has the carec of a vast business
resting upon him. lie served a short
term in the Pennsylvania Senate, and was
one ot the Itepublicau candidates for
governor of the State when Hartrunft
was first nominated ; In fact he has had
but little to do with politics, and has al
ways been very conservative. Dur
ing the war ho contributed largely
towards aiding the sanitary commission.
Notwithstanding his Immcnso wealth he
Is comparatively unknown. Mr. Cole-
mail Is considered an honest mau, a thor
ough gentleman, and possessed of fine
executive itblllt.es. The only thlnir lack-
Ing to Ut htm for the position, Is a want
! training. Hut a man who has
Uevotcd tho best nortlon
large and Important business he is about
to leave, will surely be ublo to cope with
tho duties of thu office ho now assumes.
It is about Utnc to get up a Keely
Marshal liuzaiuc is reported lo be
seriously ill. an old wound having re
The Stokes House will open on Satur
day next lu Mound City. C'apt. Frauk
a. air will be the landlord.
Uiarlcy Uara baa been dismissed
irom tle poslUon of appraiser at tho Chi
cago custom house. He Is said to bo tho
chief editorial writer on tho Mer-Oetan.
A letter from Lima. Peru, dated
August ,reporU Henry Mehrirs. tho
South American railway king, seriously
ill from a combined .attack of paralysis
Iho New York Tribune savs of Sam
Cary, the Democratio candidate for Lieu-
Unant Governor in Ohio : "No worso
election of such n disgusting demagogue
to ono of its highest offices."
The Memphis Avalanche say : "Be
fore tho panic la 1673 no one complained
of. a seordty of currency, though there
was general complaint of Its fluctuations
in value. Yet, since 1873 there has been
an Increase of S29.000.000, on a decreased
The Qutncy Herald wiysj "The
prospects lor Gov. Allen In Ohio grow
better nnfl better. It Is said that Delano
will take the stump for Hayes !u u few
days. A whitewashed Secretary of tho
Interior ought to make a good number of
Democratic votes.;', ,
Harry Everett, n well-known come
dian, whllo playing with tho Dohson
troupe, in StubcnvillcOhlo, was stricken
with paralysis and died In n few hours.
Ho dug many graves for Ophelia, and
now lie sleeps In tho liotiso ho so often
Jestingly alluded to In Hamlet. Harry
wns n true bom gentleman and a clever
nud Interesting companion.
The roll-call ol tho Forty-fonrlh Con
gress xhows a greater number of names
duplicated than that of uuy preceding
one. '1 hero nro seven by the namo of
William1!, three Harrises, two Baglcys,
and tho same number ot the mrae of
Baker, Brown, Burchard, Caldwell, Can
non, Clark, Hamilton, Hewitt, Jones,
Lamlcts, Mackcy, Phillips, ltelllcy, Bob
bins, Boss, Smith, Townscnd, Vance,
Walker, Wallace, Wilson and Wood.
A man In Mississippi has named his
sou Adelbert Ames, and the papers down
there aro of tho opinion that he has for
ever stigmatized his sou. Why, In these
times or political change, wo may. In no
distant day. Hud Ames drinking ut tlm
same counter with the lunny men of tho
Vlcksburg Herald. This Is only a pro
phetic warning. Wo put It on record,
and will slick to it, even If wo did smug
gle an Allen in among tho wits of the
While n train on tho Savannah and
Charleston railroad was bowling along
nt the rate of twenty-live miles an hour,
"down brakes" was suddenly sounded,
the engine bell rlnidng vigorously ut the
same time. Tho locomotive came ton
stop as the brakesmen sprang to their
posts. Tho conductor was rather mysti
fied, nnd at once proceeded to Investigate
the matter. It wns discovered that a
monkey, confined In a baggago car, had
broken looso nnd was nmualng himself
swinging on tho bell-rone, nnd the en
gineer wns thus signaled to stop.
arm Springs pcems to be n popular
resort for noted Southern female
writers. Mrs. M. I. Westmoreland has
been there ; also Susa Vance and "Chris
tian Kicd." The latter is an authoress
who is creating a sensation, her real name
being Francis Fisher. She is not regu
larly beautiful, but lias the charm ot in
tellect stamped upon her brow. A lady
correspondent, describing her, says:
"Her eyes aro very line, having a depth
of expression seldom seen ; and her man
ner Is the perfection of womanly dignity,
blended with a sweet aftablllty nnd mod
esty that is truly charming in one so cel
ebrated in our world of letters."
coiniinrATioK or the row.wow.
The Miivasrra neiunnil 870,000,000 for
.v oiiHa aims.
1:i:dCi.ouii AisuNcv. September 20. via
Sidney, Nebraska, September 30. The
uiiiuiissiuners met uiu nunans m coun
cil to-day. Three hundred chiefs wero
present. Red Cloud, Chief of the 0al
Iullas, on behalf of the Indians, said that
hu felt better thau heretofore ; he consid
ered the hills more valuable in precious
metals than tho entire wealth of the
United States ; ho proposed to ask a large
sum for them ; tho principal to be put on
Interest, so that from the latter they
could derive sulllcient to keep thu Sioux
nation. In addition, they wanted Grant
to furnish ununnlly each head of an In
dian family with six yoke of oxen, a
wagon, a span of horses, harness, bull,
cow, sow, hoar, sheep, rams, chickens
and other domestic fowls, coffee, tea,
sugar, side meat, rice, cracked corn, dried
apples, beans, and a host of other ar
ticles, lie enumerated, aUo, houses aud
furniture, the same as white men's : lie
wanted a sawmill forevirv triim ,,t n...
Sioux nation; the removal of troops
Hum uiu iiusm iiujiicuiib in mo agencies;
uisu mo riffui oi appointing Hunan
Agents, employes and traders, and wns
emphatic In thu demand for Catholic
ciergy lor special Instructors. He said
that God had given his people the lilack
Hills, so they might all subsist from tilth
wealth ; lie opposed any roads to the
DIuck Hills, except the ono made by Cus
ter from Blsmark, which Im designated
as the "Thieves' road." Ho wanted all
tho half-breeds nud white men married tn
squaws to be treated tho 6umo as Indians;
described the limits of the Black Hills
they Wisll3d to iell. nnd nninlinllidlv rn.
nosed disposing or tho IJIg Horn, Power
UK WAS FOLLOWED UY LONE I10K.V,
Chief of the Arranahoes. In n cmn.ii
similar In tone. Ho insisted on the re
moval oi Agents nnu employes, and put
tlnir in men nccentablu in tlm iniituno
lie saiu an mo imimns hmi nut , ,.
heads together In tho opinion that they
wanted Catholic missionaries as instruc
tors. Ho wns
rOLLOWEI) UV OTIIEi: CHIEFS.
oil in tliu Eamo struln. who tlomuiuliul
umi uiu uumiuury nnu ot tliu reservation
bo extended to tho middle of the 1'liitte
nvcr, in rteurasKU, unu Wiinteu thu stir
vey slopped. Commission iullotirniii.
On Wednesday the Coininlt.HioiiPin
iiui wiu iiiuiuiis in council ut 2
uooui cineis DOinsr present.
RImh- ,Gc1,,eral lrry iierjoually superin
tended. plaeliiL' tho cavalry in position,
and led out vldettes and skirmishers to
ijjv.uiiv Burinise, nun quiet mini y In
dlans. The result of tho tlayn' proceed
Ings consisted in a recapitulation or
TUESUiY'S USORBITANT DKMAN'IM
fur additional nrnvlslmic ' i.i
.?.,iei?Lill?.?.l,,eft ask 870,000,000 for
Vi i . ' 1 . P"J ttOIU "I C'lsh, tho
V...U...UV, iu , cumin in iniercst ; the nro
2J?1.? lVo,".1Ul? l?VCT t0 Purchase such
... us uiu iiiuiuiis require. Each 0f
...v rv.anvia tu-uiiy ueuianiieu cat ho c
f rct"-. anJKed Cloud, lu hlsspeecl,,
said that tho only conditions on wlifch tliu
uiwm uuuh nuuiii sen tne Hills would
he a guarantee that (Inu.t unii,i
for tho Indians for tin at mm..u..u :
generations. An Indian ffeueratlon Is
ONE HUNDRED YEARS."
?r?i0n.'0W.tlK! Commissioners will sub
inl tho treaty proposition. Tho Cominls
sloncra Imvn mnm t th .i .1.:.
Is Impojsiblo to make a treaty In tho
present temper of tho Indians. Before
udjonrnlnar, the Commissioners Informed
the Indians that they would submit the
ireaiy propositions in uie morning.
COMI.NC1 POW.V TO IIL'SINESS.
A report received this cretilng at Sid-
1,1:11 U1C """"issioncrs met tne
Indians at the council grounds and sub
mitted the treaty to-day, Spotted Tall
and Red Cloud, tho two chiefs, expressed
much surprise at the small amount of
fered by the Government for the Black
Hills, nnd said they would have to call a
council of Indians, nnd would give no
answer lor two days. From the general
tone of tho Indians, and reliable Informa
tion, tho following will bo tho
ANSIVKi: OK Till: INDIANS
to the Commissioner : The Indians re
fuse to entertain the proposition relin
quishing their rights hi tho Big ilorn,
Powder Klver country, and demand the
closing ol all routes to tho Blaek Hills,
except Custer's, Irom Bismarck. They
demand religions instruction under
charge of the Catholic clergy,
and the control of ilia
appointment of agents and employes at
the agencies the latter to bo largely In
creased. They want sulllcient to keep
tho Indians, without work, for seven
generations : troops removed from tho
agencies. Tlic Commissioners give up
all hope-i of consummating n treaty, and
will return home In n few days. The fol
lowing is the
suiisTA.NCi: or ihe tmeatv
submitted to Hie Indians in council to-day :
Provisions made this - day ot Septem
ber, 1875, by the Commissioners of the
United Slates of America to the Slouv
Xatlon of Indians, on tho White river,
near Crow Bulic, Nebraska:
Whereas, the Commissioners, on the
part ot the Tinted Stntes,nnd the Sioux
Nation, liuve been in grand council for
several days with relerenco to the ac
quisition ol' certain rights hi tliu Black
HUM, and tlienurcbasu of what Is known
as the Big Horn .Mountain country, the
ComniMoiirrr, for the Lulled States, in
pursuance of promise made in Grand
Council on the 27Ht ot September, sub
mit to the Sioux Xatlon the following
proposition In writing to purchase the
license to mine, and also In
cidental thereto, thu right to raise
stock anil to cultivate1 the soli In the
country known as the Black Hills, and
hounded and described as lullows, to-wlt:
Beginning at the Junction of the North
Mid South forks of the Cheyenne river,
and embracing all the territory between
said livers lying wen of said junction to
the hundred and fourth meridian of long
itude west of Greenwich; tho United
States agreeing to pay therefor thu sum
of S-i(W,0tXl per milium, the United States
reserving the right to terminate said
license at any Hum by glylng two years'
notice by proclamation mul payment of
the lull amount stipulated lor the time the
license may continue, nnd at tills expira
tion ot said time all private property re
maining on said territory shall revert to
the Sluux Nation, and that such amount
of said $41)0.000 us Congress shall deter
mine, not less than SI 00.000 annually
shall be expended for objects benelieial
for their civilization, and the remainder
of said annual sum shall, in like manner,
be expended lor subsidence, or, it the
Sioux Nation preler it, to purchase the
Black Hills US llhore dcgerUieri. fmm tlm
Sioux Nation, and to nay them for their
Interest therein the sum of $0,000,000. In
lllteeu equal annual installments, the said
sum to be annually appropriated for (heir
subsistence and civilization, not less than
smuv.wu oi which snail oc annually
L'XtM-udcd for the purpose of civilization.
That the President of Hu- Unltid
shall, under proper restrictions and regu
lations, desianato route to the Illnek
Hills country, as follows, to wit: One
from the south, be'.wccn the 102d and
103d meridians; ono from tho cast, not
farther north than latitude -f.'ll until it
reaches the 103d meridian : null mm Irani
the west, not norlli of liitltmln 4 i : nlan. n
branch road from some uout on iho XI.
olmiru river lo Intersect either tlio rnsr-
ern or southern route at homo conven
ient point not west of the 103d merid
ian west of Greenwich.
Thu Commissioners furthermore pro
pose to purchase all that nortlon of what
Is known as tho Ills Horn country in
Wyoming, wnicii lies west of the line
drawn ns follows, to-wlt: Beginning
nt the northwest corner of tho State of
Nebraska, and running a northwesterly
direction until it readies the Yellow
btone river, where the hundred and sev-
ciiiii menuian westol Greenwich cro-sc?
said river: nnd to pay them for their
Interest therein the sum of $00,000
annually for ten years, to bo paid
In gold, American cows and other livo
awe growing, nnu as may be deemed
advisable by the President. Any agree
ment which may be made shall be of no
binding force upon either party until it
Miall have been submitted and agreed to
bv Congress and imnrnwil hv tl
dent of the United States, anil anyacrree
ment for the purchase of the. Black Hills
country snail no oi no cucci until it shall
bo so airreed to and nnnroved. and mull
it shall bo signed in accordance with the
iwciiiu nrtieie oi mo treaty ot 1808.
THK COMMISSIONERS 1'ItOI'OSE
that Is case ol the acceptance by the Sioux
Nation ot the above propositions, aud
after the proposed agreement Miall huvo
been completed as above set forth, the
sum ot SoO.OOO s.t:il be expended lu pros
cuts, to bo distributed, as customary In
such cases, among the Indian people.
Awarded the HiRheat Medul at Vieaua.
I I T.
(Opji. Metropolitan Hotel.)
Manufacturers, Importers St Sealers in
CHR0M0S AND FRAMES,
STEREOSCOPES and VIEWS,
AI.HUMS, OIlAI'ilOSCOI'KSnnil SUITABLE
We me lltail inai Iti s lor cteryllilug lu the way of
Stereopt:cons and Mig:c Lintsros
Hclnjs Muiuifurturcrs of tlic
SCHOOL LANTERN', FAMILY LANTfJRN,
I'tOl-LK'S LAMEH.V. '
Each styie belug the bsst of its class in the
rl.Hl!mP5llC!0if ''"nterns an Slides with di
rttiions for hIuK sentonappllcatlon.
Any enterirlilnir man fu mako money with a
a-Ciil out this nlTcrtlsepcnt for reference.-Ca
, .,, ..,lvisi ur.
WjBf enr Wall
. suitr txo!
Iho Pooplo'fl Remedy.
Tho Universal Pain Ext aotor.
Note: Ak tor Pond,'" Extract.
Tako no other.
"llcuvt fur I will surak of excellent thins.'
Injurlm o Man orUnsta,
MlrnlHM, Hrlin, Contu
I rnclHrea, i.ms, Lacera
ted orlnclsnl Wnnnil.
Illeeilliiir 1.11111,, or
o-io IIIcmI, and Illcel-
Ing Uuma or Teeth.
on,1!,'.,r "lood ami
IMlr- - Weeding I'llti
ralgla, Swelled Kate.
NtiirnmN or Soreness,
Lumbago, tama Hack.
or Turont or Quinsy,
Motu or Intlntned Eye g or
Diarrhea. fivtuni..t '
'ore Mnplt, l,,ii,;m,
jl'nlnrul or too l'roUue
Milk Loir, Ovarian Oil
ran anil Tum....
fZIl..r 41 ...-a. ,
rttrVl tut. u"u oirniiiniry.
iiliiiuui,,., n,1; nlJ xcJrjt.
I tluui of Inftuits. or
nrlcoMp VHin, Kn-
l.uvednr Inflamed lm
WU-om, Old Mures, Inler-
Holla. Oiruunclr. Tu
mors. Illlt SU'l.lllllir.
I'uriaa nnd Iluntutu, dial-
i i-i or sore reel.
. . Ulo dulls
tclnii or Whitlow, Krost
, oil l.imlxiirl'nrt..
Mitili lllte. icct
I Stlugs, Cluiiitie-J llauds.
IMI.MVN KXTItACT Is roraalebynU Tlrat
,!"?? ,,r"C'""".nil recomme.iilnlhy
uu nr4ij(Kii, 1'iiyMciuns, hikI rtpry
boily nholmi ever imd It,
1'nmplilpt containing lll,lory nnd IT-m mail
ed lrrn on npilcatlon, If not round ntyotir
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
. .. siPW " Lomlosi.
J.'l L .-
Evansville, Cairo and Momphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Puducnh, Shnwncotown, EvaiiB
villo, Louisvillo, Cinoinnati
and nil v.ny landings.
Tac unrivalled Ridc-rrli-t I u-imr
III liiac i:runsvllllefi'i;ulronery JIONDAY
nmlTIIIIUSDA V ntl o'cluck i 111.
iA-ares Cairo every TUKSDA V iuil KKIHA V.nl
II ri'ilfllf ii Di
Tlic clijant aMi-wiircl strani-r
AE KANSAS BELLE,
Will Ivuvc KtuiistIIIu for
Cairo fwry TUES
DAY ailll 1'ltIllAY lit i I'rru-lt ,7.
wi'i!V;av vi? vrHvT,crj: kunksda v at
UltOAl at 0 o'clock p. m.
The elesaut f iilc-whccl slejiucr
m .J" Vr...".".-. Jitter
leaves Evansville for Cairo i nv WKUSTS
DAY ami bATI.HA IIV
Leaves Cairo cury IHUKsUa V ami SUNDAY
frS?.1 ?oa.t nwkes close connections at Cairo
Wi n flrst-tlass steamers for fit. IuU, Mem
ihls anil Ncw Orleans, ami i ,u HvansvllU-llh
ml with the Louiivlllc Jlull Steamers for al
jioiiiis on uie upjier Ohio, KlvinK lliroiiKh re
trlmtary1 ,n'lgllU m"1 l'a"M-l,Kers lu all j..,lnu
ror rurtner Inrormation apjily to
SOL, rilLVKIt, I'sssengrr Agent.
IIA1.LIDAYIIIIOS., I . .
.1. M. I'lULUI'S, ' AKtnls.
Ort0 O.J liKAMMFIt
Siitwrlnteiiilent anil General Krelsrlit Arnt.
Till itrcnaratlnn U nmt ti.ifn..t.ih.i..n.i . ...
unnrI..V V.. .ii" --"""v.ijt, in 1c
meut ol nnuivu reniviiics ior mo nt-at
yphillis in all its Stages. Scrofu
a AuuuiiouB, unromo ul
cers, Enlargomont of tbo
Iiiwmtrimny,htn Kltn tip Jiast Iioikj by
i.i)eeiurv in hvtihiii in u..rflfa... in ...ut.i. i.
r-Ti . ii. ""'"'"I'lrwi aim can im.' taken
In all con; lltoi.s ot the system with safely, and
tleiTii'"? i0" W oUl,;r roIliM.Iiucnu-
,"tJ'"l-v",rt.of Mib United Stales hyex-
u, 1!,r::'?ml'lcl'l'''ge3henltoanvi)nrtof Hie
wM.i., m.iv, uu (rueijiiui .MKIICSS
0-l-ly UX N0rl1' SI'Xth tntt' st' "'i
In Chancery Master's Bale.
State of Illinois, Alexander County J-es,
In the Alexander County Circuit Court,
William M. Atlierton and John Hodges vs. John
lloldenaud Martfarvt Valace-l'aititon.
.n,inii inf.cori" ,l?'irco r nrcd Inlheanove
entitled caiue, In Hld court at iho .May arm
hereol. A. I). ISTfl. 1, JohnQ. Harmai rniite?
J? c,,.5 ifcriv of "S1" :""', Will on Tuesday
tho a.tli day of October, A. D. l7s, at the
hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of fald day, sell it mib-
v. .vuiiuc, ui uie touri nouso uoor In ihetiiy of
..., .,,.. i, luiiunin? escrllml
tv. ff.n fnllnn.ln.
rea estate, tu-wlt: 'ihe south half of the nnViii.
?S1.t.1fl,,"",i6c?tl0.1 ' twenty-beven (.-7), tow!
ii. uiimu iiuj, auuin raiiKe, number two ti
west of the third principal meridian la the
ThVy $ifiw?'lm'x '"' Illinois, S
iberwnto belonKhiK or theieto appertaining,
lermsof sale uni-.huif n.! 'i.; t "
vairo, Illinois, September SCth. 167S.
WHITNEY 6c HOLMES
as Mirifily -ral-e1wM in Tone. Mevhnnisn
fon;VWit'.,' WBrrn,w w yira. Send
n aYi!:.1 "ULMIJS OIIOAN CO,.
Tirtr ririrniU Ntylpsi. with Valuable Im-
nW r'JTvJ1'!! J.fteWi'iulUeaulimiljolf.Htopa.
'Vfcl.tq.Nh IHUU-jA.NII UmuiiUta and Mini.
DIVORCES legally obtained for lacompatl
billty. ytp.i isldiiceuunectssrT, leekpei
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND HEIAHERS Oi"
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL,
BRUSHES, 80 APS,
W or eo , h , I .."'nrS,a"M
flllnl Willi rfllablc Uins at riionnbl rati a
rtill ii-i.,-ii... .1 . w.........., , iiiiiiuuuii hum i-uiiiiir ,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
74 Oblo Levee.
Wood ! Wood ! Woo d !
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cairo & St. Louis Transfer & Coal Company is ow proparod to
All orders for Wood und Conl. Dolivorgd to any par of tho City, at
the Lowest Cash Prioo. OFFICE AND YARD At tho Cairo St.
Louis Narrow Gaugo Depot.
Wood. 4 frtlif. nur unrrl
Wood, suwocl, por cord
Wood, Bawrrt and apllt.por conl
Oonl, ca load, per ton
Coal, car load. airiKljton
Coal, enr load, ono-hnir ton
Lovoordeiat F.JH. Stockflth'si.aB
Sixth street nnd Commercial Avnnuo,
Order Snliciteil nnd Promptljr Filled.
F. M. WARD,
JA3 S.IiAlTS.SQQ'yA Trent.
F. M. STO GXSFsZiSiTS.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
37OHJE3IC3HW AJNTD DOICEiai'FXO
Wines and Liquors.
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koops a full stock of
EakOxvt7u.olx.y 33 ourb on,
Monongahela,Rye and Kobinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN.
KELLV ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
Ofleiul for fealc at
Great Reduction in Prices,
Print. Bleachod Muslins,
Table Linens, Percales,
LARGL' STOCK OP DRESS GOODS,
Rlbhoni. i bin iml e auiifff
ndbeconv urcdafMreat iur. ii -ft,
Corner Biglith St. and Commercial Ave
tyM",d5-wiiw' i ,
T- I I
COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
WINDOW OLA kli,
ai.,1 Oracral Stores la war.
1 MrtllclDc Cojrt fnrniibSl ot r
HETAIL St PRESORT TI0 1
'"iihlnor Av.,Oor. 8tB
t a oo.
Ohio T-eTeo. at tho Cryatal Saloon, corntr
nnd atthoCompany'n Office.
' I M'M block, ut
l"nv uul" " " m.