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M4la XMr Every Pusrr.
joinr. oamLY.'cj iton
The Patlucah Acim comes to us with a
mW hcaifmut cnlM-jred. it Is tin only
dally paper In Western Kentucky, nml an
Ioemic of buslncjs Jtistltlcs tho imlnr
mrutond Improvements In that Journal.
Wc wlMi It incocw.
Ohio, while her election is exciting the
sooular mind, is dieting a Mtlbiblu build
ing on the Centennial grounds, Philadel
phia. Massachusetts, Connecticut, New
York, Sew Jersey,' Pennsylvania, Delar
ware, Illlnol?, Indiana, Michigan. Wis
consin, ftntmnml Missouri arc nlso lay
ing plaits for bulicltngi on tho Centennial
grounds. Die ladles throughout the
United. States nro taking a lively lulcivst
In the coming anniversary celebration.
Although our State Is to be represented,
Cairo seems dead td .that iact, and till
over the State'U ah lticrjncss that cannot
be explained. When' tho event U close
npotl ns, then : grand rush nnd clamor
will Iks' iiwdcj and the great Statu of lilt
noi will opnew to foreign visitors in a
Tlio i'nUueali Yj asks us nhont
neo stock : .
"Jobirobcrlj'sarslioliasu lior.-o (osell
mean. tncr) nu you get mat nurse,
.Tolui? .Tell the truth, now, old boy."
Whiclfonof Wis are the jwsse'sorof
a fiery untamed stecu which eominon
report says I; trom the stock I.ogan
brought out of the desolated valley dur
ing the war. If there wa any stealing
done, our skirts nro clear ol it. Then we
nro the owner ol a mlld-inauuered and
ehecrful.-eycd pony, which only kicks
when provoked, nnd ha ? the nppctitn of
Mark Twain's horc, that eat a cnrpvii
ter's bench, nil the shavings nnd tools,
andwn only caused toiloMt when lie
wa throwing his mnllolotij lioiuscopo
on the person of a small, but admiring
boy. That animal is for sale. Although
he resembles the cunning and wolfish
bouaeiiig horse of the Texas prairie?, he
I- uieek and lowly i j "licet, but can
caiortnml diueca Iiighlaud fling with
the aptitude and rraec of a tr.iinul ele
pliaut. Jl'MTlCr. I.V A EH uoi.i;.
The young woman who has been for a
-cries of years holding old-fashioned
scales ill her lcl hand, nnd a sword in
the right, and been called by serious men
Justice, and by the world generally, a
dupe, threw the scales nway, took the
Inndagc olT her eye?, trftled her rusty
sword for an oytcr-kulte. and walked In
on the Winnebago grand jury nnd asked
them what they were going to do about
the duel fought on the sacred soil of
Winnebago. She told tho sagc-Iooking
Jurymen that they must tote fair
with the members of the human family,
sml that they didn't give the old man an
cun shako (meaning JelT). He had at
tempted to vMt W innebago In the inter
est o! the tillers of the Held?, and had
been told to stand out of tin: way of the
loyal procession. She didn't think there
was any sen?c or justice in that html of
business. Then came along, with whisky
and lunch, a colonel and major, a bold
surgeon ana a timid one, and a reporter
named John W. Poslgate, who were
permitted to measure off twenty paec3
of Winnebago's alluvial soli, and bang
away at each other with Improved pUtoW,
of a doubttul calibre, loaded with powder.
and bullets made or iho lllog; of Fuller
pencils No. 2. K they had killed each
ovnersue wouiu not have come out of
her retirement; but' to have the people
sold was something the old ghj wouldn't
stand. She snfd to the foreman ; "Send
Constable JW, Sayer to Chicago on the
1:30 a. m. train, and tell liiin to rustic
around lively, and find, ami
bring to Winnebago, John W. Postdate,
Jhe importer who made so much blow
about the whisky and lunch, nnd the cali
ber of the pistols, and the behavior ot
lrt nAlA..l .. ....
... wiviivi ami major." mm she put
oystcr-HijuV In her jacket nockct.
and said :
"Bring iin to tlio jioiil'Ii time
war-horses of tlie Kockford Oa:ette,
Abraliam Smith and Hubert H. Porter.
them dliri-st fniili. of thi
raised by our fnrmprs. nml
l'osttrati!. ni.i i
.u. doom me lunch and whisky, and'
...... CII wuv. b,c WM of (1)C .m
Ion that I'ottgate had hutud around en-
!?? ' Sully , vitl. the atory. And
lwlU,0 jmy to haven little Udk
II. oscilI.i,trIouScritlcnicn. "Here-
fit tun I'll ...
uw. "... 'i6"!, and carry a six
"ir" 1 "ai me kind ofa girl 1 am
Z.. tn ,uMn !' departure lo
v. u uoen steamed.
Advlccj from below indicate tliat thi
whites will not let thu blacks nionopo-
the n.llitia bpeculatlon. It is atd
lilt CJ-llr.r ,1 I. i .
icwiiu ooai mul "tlie gov
'" or Umm menacing
S810",1'1110 wWta y dllaens are
'""u. 11 "au" the militia
am now mtkldlv
was Jntemleu t.i..," "i" ",:uu
ocrutle. r.,,,a . ,ll"e-iiem
tood. If . : ' r ,w under.
H not ihr. . . . ' "
,. " pin uutv nf
the white people to form companl. .
M the militia, get their duo SSKS
.. ami nresi
Jiens. while Md black. " u,c
oulhorltv of'iho Kini...... under
otber. lt Is Ugh time for the P,. ...u?ch.
ww v. Mutiny miv null
tut VfUW mttot to litrfere. It
bo tnr prcfcmhlo to liavo United bUitos
soldlor.1 in MUilwlpnl than organised
warfare, legalized by the jrrent neal ofthe
Stale. There Is n s-crciv loose down thoro?
mul unices tightened up may Wthe
iiH'itii of disabling the machinery of I Ik
Travel over railroads Is becoming
The Arkaiisna legislature will meet
V Will 8. ttnys, tlie Loulsvlllu musical
ge nlus.'eays ''thero is no place like home."
What is tho matter with 'Hnys?
Harlan, who desires to be again sen-
ntor from Iowa, has taken tho stump In
Hut State for the ltcptiblicnn ticket.
Mr. Wade has notified the British Le
gation at Shanghai that his negotiations
nt Pekhi have averted Immcdiatu war.
Thu outlook for tho electoral vote in
lfc"(5 Is very encouraging for tho Demo
crats who can now count 20 to M I'c-
Tho United Slates Supremo Court
has decided that tho Fourteenth Amend
ment does not confer tho right of sullntge
A latter-day revivalist Is raiding tlio
northern part ot Pennsylvania, and an
nouuees in tun iiiuicllns that no lias
"come to skim tlio ereain for Jesus."
Mr. George llaber has sold his Inter
est in thu Howling Green Democrat, will
tlie view. a he announces, of engagiu
hi a larger Held of work than is afforded
in that city.
Tho Mvmpkls .IrnlntwAc says : ,,le-
lauo was absent from his post forty-two
per cent, of (ho time ho served the coun
try a3 a Pub. Fung. The toil-worn
veteran weeded rest.''
Cotton-piekcr .'in; wanted In every
neighborhood along the lower river val
leys at tho rate of " cents per cwr. of
seeu cotton, a iiauu can earn trom si '.'.
to ?2 per day nt the wages offered.
Cotton Is said to lie entering Mem
phis from the hills nt a lively rate; and
tho valley crop Is just beginning to open
nicely, and shipments of staple from this
tlmo forth will Increase rapidly.
0. M. Piuney, ofSan Francisco, clerk
to Pay Inspector Spaulding, is reported
to have stolen about one million dollars,
and the gentlemanly dispatches, for fear.
no doubt, of hurting Mr. Plnney's feel
ings; speak of thellttle transaction -Imply
? n 'Scandal.'
The planet ol Mercury is now visi
ble early In tho morning if the sky Is
clear. Venus Is now an evenins star.
hose who like to study thu stars will
Hud the whereabouts ot all others of im
portauco by studying their almanacs.
unlet j'.nvmccr vroou, ot the navv
department, has procured a caveat upon
motive power which Is expected to
accomplish wonders. Tlie power is said
to consist of carbonic acid gas, which Is
obtained by means of electricity and gal
A Memphis man stole a lot of saws.
nnd has been put under $2,000 bonds.
We have heard of nil kinds of theft, but
never lieforc heard of a man stealing
saws. Twenty years in the ncnitentiarv
or thu position of alderman In the Ulufl'
City, will cure that fellow.
At an fleet Ion for president and di
rectors of the Musculo Temple of .Mem
phis, Tenn.. the following gentlemen
were l-'lected ; D.ivld P. iladdcu, presi
dent ; S. II. Iirooks, Louis ilauaiier, A.
15. Treadweli, 1!. 0. Craig mid II. J.
Tlie children of Paducah swarmed
the streets and commons of that antique
town to sec a circus procession, resem
bling rose buds among the fossilized re
mains ot pa.st decades. Faxon, send that
clreua to Cairo, we are In need of another
Tho body of I,. Benjamin, who was
drowned with the Ilev. George Porteus
In Hempstead Harbor last week, was
washed ashore near Glen Cove landing.
Tills puts at rest tlie rumors In regard to
Mr. Benjamin's swimming away after the
upsetting of the boat.
It Is said that a Mr. Coleman, ot
Pennsylvania, not long since prccntcd
tho PreIdent a number of Ilolsteln cat
tle, which have been shlpied to tlie farm
near St. Louis. All Washington specials
agree tliat Mr. Coleman has been offered
Secretary Delano's place.
A dlpatch from Alexandria, Virgin-
la, says, upon the authority of tlie GazttU
of that city, in regard to tho Montpelier
Female Humane association, that it is be
lieved not a single dollar was drawn by
any bona jidc ticket-holder, but that the
whole ofthe money, amounting to half a
million ot dollars, lias been tetuined by
New York sharpers, who are accuted of
the entire fraud.
1'rcd. Hawks, a' barkeeper hi Chi
cago, on the night ot the lib inst., cut
the throat of Ids mistress, named Viola
Church, and supposing he hud killed her,
drew a knife uerois his throat, inflicting
a very dangeroiu wound. Both parties
were removed to St. Luke's hosnltal.
where they arc lying in a prc-arious con
dition. Tho woman U u notorious nros-
Sergeant Batis has itrolled over into
Canada. Be kind enough, Canadian
friends, to give that fellow u tound kick
ing. Kicking is not tlio tliln-' exaetlv
murder him, and have a coroner's jury
sit on his body until doomsday. Unless
nii corpse U fastened down by twelve
stalwart Canadians It will rise' up and
walk with the tur spangled banner. Ho
lias the worst ease ot tlag wo have heard
of since the war.
A report is In eirculatlou that Senator
Morton, in bis Grcuada, Mlis., speech, de
clared tlmt thu I'WHnn in flint Rtntn
would have to Iki carried even though
OlOOd had to bo tiled. TUU U ..nmhltlr.
ally denied by the Jackson Clarion,
which says that tlio only reference to
'blo.l was made bv General E. C. Wal-
thall, who declared that "colored people
mo ileilre to rite our ticket will be nrotcc.
ted in their right to do to. If it tale the
hlooil at ichtte men to do ,"
Miss Languiade, a daughter of James
1 . Langmiule, a highly respectable clti-
"u ortsmieoou, KCW Hampuire,lclt her
uome on the morning of the 1th (net. for
school, having halt u fnllo to wall,', part
of tho way being through u wood. Not
returning at the usual hour, search was
made and the woods scoured. At 8
o'clock Unit evening her body was found
half a mile from thu road, with her head
icarly severed from her body, i lsc uud
beeli outraged and murdered. Intonso
xeltemeut exists In the coiuinui.iiy.
Thu Paducah iVtosay.: "The May
or of Cairo Is selling fresh oysters. Ho
Is n practical felloW nnd has an eye to
business. Thu salary he receives Is only
nboulV'OO, nnd that In Cairo scrip, which
amount wouldn't more tinui ti ed one
g'obd eater during a year, and lb. rcfore
ho is compelled to resort to something
else lo make a support for himself and
family." Why wouldn't f.iooineliy scrip
feed one good cater duiingii year.' It
Is at par. That's good enough fur any
city. And why shouldn't Ids Honor
Mayor Winter sell fresh oysters and as
stst In making a .support for himself nnd
lainllyV lie "old oysters tho best the
market afforded, before ho beeamo
mayor; and ho runs to llres the samu as
usual, and directs tlie streams of tlie
snorting cnglnci Into tho llery crater'.
He's a worker of the old school.
WAR IN MISSISSIPPI.
lcrocAttnrl Frlnr'n Point I.osi
n Itnlb Wlrtc.
Mu.Mi'itts. Tenn., Oct. n. Tho follow
imr lo the Associated Press has lust been
received: "I'nt.Mi'.s Potxi. Miss., via
Helena, Ark.,tf. a. lit., Oet.ll. Tlie sher
in'oi'Coahoma county mused our town
to hs Invaded this morning bv an armed
mob ot negroes. Wo drove them back.
Woure fully organized for defense with
Senator Alcorn and Gen. Chalmers in
command. The -herllf has lied to the
country. Send aid numediatelv.
Signed. Gr.o. II. At.conx.
H. P. Itt:ti..
i in: c.itr.si: ok riu: j nouni.i:.
In the county of Coahoma, the ncgroe
have a majority of five to one, ns against
tho whites, and since the split in the Ite
publienn party in the State, Shetill
Brown, who is a Keiitucklati, has been
the leader of tlio nnti-AIeorn part v.
Friar's Point is the homo of Senator Al
corn, and the contest between the rival
factions has been a heated one.
T.usixn it rooi.LY.
There N very little excitement here in
regard to tlio apprehended troubles at
Friar's Point, and us yet no men have
Villi v i.a ikst Accorxrs.
An.fyv'i' special, received this even
ing says :
l'i:i.i:'s Point, Mls., Oct. . I have
lust arrived. Ier steamer Jnlin. nt I!
o'clock in the moriiiii''. Tlio eiti.eiis
arc all under arms and anticipate an over
powering attack Irom tlie negroes unless
three hundred men can come hero to de
ter the negroes lrom further violence.
Business I- suspended and the citizens
a niiE.uit'iu. st.sti: or .u.uim.
The negroes, fiOO strong, attacked
Friar's Point yesterday, but were- re
pelled by the white forces under Gen.
Chalmers. They threatened to burn the
town and murder ilie white women ami
children. Thetliihtliigcoinmeiierd within
three miles oi I-riar s Point. wlire tlie
negroes made a stand. The lighting was
i.epi up io iiariisuaic. .ss Tel tllere I
no reliable statement ns to los-cs. and
pickets, jut in, report fighting In the vl-
einiiyoi ii.u; itiuge roau. j.ignt negroes
WOL'.NUL'Il l.V Vi:STEflI.tv's 1I0JIT,
ami one white man. Sheriff Brown Is
now at Jonestown, fourteen miles cast ot
here, reoriranlziii'' his nartv for the sun-
posed purpose of another attack on
riar's Point, l'he nc'Toes arc .-aid to
be rendezvousing in large number-1.
JUST riSOM TUB SKAT OK WAIi.
Aii Avalanche special from Helena, re
ceived at nine o'clock to-night, says:
'1-roui Captain Isuau N. Brown.
who Is jusi trom thu scat of war,
1 learn that all was quiet nt I- riar's Point.
Negroes number about 1,000 collected
near the town, and thu whites requested
Sheriff Brown to disperse tlieiu. He
went out nnd told them to go home,
which they refused to do. Gen. Chalmers
then ordered them to disperse, which
they did. but collected again, when
Chalmers charged them and drove them
off by tiring over their heads. They
again collected behind a bayou, and
Chalmers flanked them nnd llred ngain,
THIS TIME WOL'XDI.NO SOME
of the negroc. He kept driving them
until he reached Clarksdale. when they
all disappeared, they stopping at their
homes as they were driven back. It was
understood that the netrroes were azaln
collecting at Jonestown, Alcorn's place,
and Chalmers was goln-r out there
to disperse them. Chalmers has
some two or three hundred men.
and tho negroes tty before hint when
ever ho makes a eharitc. One
white man hns been wounded. It an-
pears to be. as it always I', that thu negro
has to sillier, ns he cannot stand before
an organized force ot white men. This
trouble will cost the people, white and
black, a creat deal, as no cotton Is beliis?
gathered, and uvcry day couu'. Maj.
Aicorn says tne mien cotton picKers au
leaving, and thu loss of cotton would ruin
the people generally.
Atliulrnl Hflltolejr nmlCuitlnln Joih-h,
or lite llrllUli .liuiHir.SVur Hllrro
ikon, TInII hikI Kxuinitic ii Iuy.
(from llic l'liiloitrlitila 'l'lini- of Jlotnlay. J
Vice Admlr.il Wellesley,of the roval
navy, whoso splendid Iron-plated fclilp,
H. M. S. thu Bellerophon, is lying In
Newport harbor, arrived at thu Conti
nental from Washington on Saturday
night en route lor New York and New
port. Ho was accompanied by Capt.
Gore Jones, also of the roval navv, at
tached to the BrltlMi legation at Wash
button. These two distinguished forehru-
ers, by prearrangeuieut with
Mr. Ivceley, ot heeley motor
notoriety, rested in Philadelphia
yesterday hi order tbut they might
attend on Saturday night a private .;xhl-
bttionof tho Keeley motor at tho Inven
tor's hotisu on Bldgu avenue. Besides
theeu gentlemen, thero were present, by
special inviiuuou, 10 witness me display
ol Mr. Keeley's powers In thu direction
ot allow motor, Or. B. Howard ituud,
tho distinguished professor of physics
uud chemistry hi tlie Jefferson cnllcire. oi
this city; William II. Hutherlord, chief
enitineer of the United Siutes navy ; Kvan
lUudolph, of thu firm of Kaudolph ,t
Jenks : Alexander 11. Todd, nephew of
Pro). Band, u bright young student, who
bids fair to become u tlrnt-cliiss mechani
cal engineer; Charles K. Sherman, atior-ney-at-luw,
lrom WuKldiigtou ; Boyd
Klllot, a ineehaiileal eugliieir, ifi
Nuw York; W. W, Hurdlug, proprlvtor of I
the Iwjiilrer, and u reprcfoiitatlveot the
Times, ul ul several others connected with
thu Keeley Motor company, wither as
counsel or us stockholders. Thu crowded
state of pur columns this morning forbids
anvthlnc more than tho merest nussinn
notice of this meeting, uud the uiaulfeHu-
Hons of Mr. Keelcy's apparently startling
newer. Whether! i
power is exerieu,
as he claims it to be.
crto unknown mul in
iumui cerlidu lilth
iili-vcloped forces of
. h lo bo found
i the tricks of
' .'bglueiT. It Is
.. iller tu spceii
i ; l. Mint Mr.
r 'iMllCtlUtl Of
i of pro-
ul., I i. ,11 (lt )f
-, a ,i iy .'iiMliler
;0 iinl i ,1. that
In i lever heavily
nature, or w belli' i
tuo cnariatiiti, (in
genuity of the nice'
not ine province
lute upon. But c
nil Hint lie ha
hieing, hi a few
tin simplest eleim
able ela-tie fiiret ,
belnjr aiililleil to a
weiitliteil. the titii.i c.-ili i ! , rsMire of
1.7fi0 poiimN to ibe square inch va In
dicated hy the gauge. But us this force
was not etint hmoii- In lis action, as was
shown bv the 1'net of lh" gauge declining
from I,7o0 pound,- lo oOO pounds in hall
mi hour, the uggctlon was significantly
made hjr one of the Brlll-h naval ollleers
that poslbly thli hiree could not be made
constant, and therefore would not be
calculated to do actual "work." To be
sure Mr. Keeley answers that ti soon as
lie gets Ids new machine, (lie last piece of
which I- prouiUcil by thu 10th lust., he
will bo enabled to renew
tills mysterious and enormous power,
and', Indeed, lucica-e it forty-fold if nec
essary ; but tills assurance rests for Its
fulfillment on the future, and until that
entiles witli its friillinu or its failure it
would be best to suspend pu' ll judg
ment mul say nothing which would tend
cither to depredate or enhance the merits
ol tluv'Kccly Motor." In convenalion
last evening with Admiral Welle-Iey
(who, by the way, I a grand nephew of
"tho great duke'') ami Capt. Gore Jone.
declined to express nny opinion, "for the
simple reason that wo know nothing
about It. We simply see certain results
and are unable to account for their niodo
of production, but we conies that thus
far tlie practical usefulness of tho lim n
tinii rests in Ihe domain of the Ideal."
That which most impressed the ndinlral
wan nil nii'eiico oi any eviilencetluit ine
power could be made constant and con
tinuous. THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rjMlt: nn.l.KTIN Is jmblltic.l every morning
ecit.Mor.ttjy) it. tho llnllctln llulMliig, cor
ner IWliinjUou avenue una Twelfth Mrret
Tun Un.LLTis Is em ut to cltysuliKriUrsbj-
filllinil carriers ntTwrmy-rive CVnts nWtil.,
h.ijillcwrelly. rjyJUll, (In n'hance), eiO rv
annum; lx months, thnu months, W one
month, it S3.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
rutll.;.ft every Tliurtday inorulns nt 1 i
if unniun, inViiruWy In a'lranw. 1 lie poitapo
on tlio Wwlly will be prca!itat (his otllco, so
tlut oiibjorlbcri will obUiln for n subscription
rice of 1 a yo.ir.
ISu!r.t-M Caiile, pcrnnnum,
One Kjuaro, ono iiM-rtlou,
One equarc, two insertions,
One Dipure, nnc wi-rk .
(Ine tijuare, two irrrl, -
One eijuaje, tlirtv wiLa,.
une iuie, one ninntli,
... 1 JO
... s an
.. 3 so
.. t (0
One 8lUJu, one I
Kacti -iil)5iiucnt !
K t L V .
tOne iucb u a t j .. .i
S3To n-Kultr allien .
e-.-.ritej i.n'l man-
iluccruf nts, both a t raa
ncrof illsplujlui- i!i,it U
Communication! upon subjects of Ken-
eral intcreut to tho public solicited.
CJ-AI1 l!i.',lnt-, loiters .houlil be uUJreel to
Culro Hullillii S'omimiijr.
H IIOLKNALr UKOtXItS.
STEATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN FOWSEB OO.
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Ho, 76 OHIO LEVEE.
S'nfif,A'' "'k'Ulon Kicu tocfrulj;niucut$ uud
IVntrally bcateil, Elfgaully FunuMird,
TLo Comiaoroial Hotel of th City,
31 Worth Mala tintt, IT, LOUII,
Awarded tho Hlfrbont Modal at Vienna.
mi in & cd
501 Broadwny,Now York.
(0ip. Mttroiolltiu Hotel.)
Manufacturorn. Importers & Scalara lu
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I'l.Ot 'l.l.'ft I.A.Vllvlt.V.
I'acli ft 1- Ulnir thn tnt of Itai'luj mllic
I'ntoloKuc.iot' Lanterns mul SIMiB ultli ill
rectloim fur lining enton niiillealigii.
Any "nlcrirlln,T man rnn mnKc money witlm
,l'iitoutt!.l n'hettlcmciit for n.'frrinv.3
rho Pcoplo's Remedy.
Tho Universal PninExt actor.
Ask for PouiT'a Extract.
Tnko no otner.
"Hear; fir t will sn-.ik of rxrtllcnl llilncs
iliijiirlrtlo Jt.in nr itt-.ut',
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Nlrulna, .rufiii, contu
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V .Vine lllfcit.ini.l llttv
A Ini- ilium nr 1,-,'tli
W liloi"!)' DHclurKi-n
II,'- - lll.t.lllu- I'll,-.
i mil.. I riiiM. (luuiiii.iu
!'( inti'lici nru'lie.Nen-
rjlH, fwvtlcil Vasv
I.i! .. !lln.rirorein:s.
iNiiirin-n or ."'orcni'M,
I.iiiiiIi.i,"i. liiin' lUok.
Sin,. I.iniiil orUnlixy.
i llii'.aiue t ToiislM.
, 11-., AMliiilit.
Sort or liil!.unoil Cyti nr
Stri ..lil". Illllillllr.l
I'm In ru I or loo 1'ruHiT
ill Mi (Mariiifi Di!-
RFMFDV ruteluail S rul.trary.
no in oi luunn, or
FXTFRNSI ' 'iru-f-l.'r InlUni.-l Wina
LAItnilHL Ti, ,.r, Slirc, Cr.
.... ' nut li'lMT.itioiir
llnlU. UirliunclM. Tu
nrmnnwiT mor, llol huillliii-s.
INTLRNAL,' "' nl IHinl-n,. cii.it
el or Mux- I'm.
USE. 1 1- '.nil
IVIini orM'rilllow, Krost-
"1 l.lnibs or l'mn
Mniiil II 1 1 Ii,.fr
.tlliirs CllUilieil Jf-ntl --
iom'n r.. i it.-r i rorbaitiiyuii ripwi-
'Ihh llrilk'll.uinl hciiIiiiik.'u'IkIIij
all DniKKlxti, 1'hyfli'bnu, uml i
Itoily who Iihh hit utcd It.
I'mnplilf I ciintiiinin? 1 1 i-t.tr uml I Vi null.
rl I'n-e on upiiliculon, If not found tyuiir
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
Saw Ytirlt mill I.uikIiiii.
'UniimlliitiHl,l 1 next siixtitliicil
rk ortliK kind In tin- World.'
HARPER'S MAGAZINE, i
NOTICKU OF 1IIK I'ltPHt. I
TUo ovr HiiTi a-liiL' clrctil linn r,t thl.
oxccllum ninmlily ipr ,v. - m i..i timii d
mlHtJ ion tu M)nilur derircn :i id iit-edr In
d. ed, wlii-n w tlilnkiirii hnw ui n liome
it pent-irate oveiy inont", we nnut cm -luir
It ui ono oi iln. fdnca or- nt whi a..
cntrtuinurn of the pub v mind forltwat
liopiilarity hai- bi't'ii w n by no u p, ul to
lipid rvjttdices or deprived l!itt'. I-Oi"
t' D UIollC.
The vliMMtrr which thlf Majazini' pon
to-Hc- fiirvnn y ti rrl-r.:iri i-tu wvulth,
and Iterary culture Hint h i kept wiccwltli,
It It Im- not led t tic tim.-i-. hh-itiM cuu..i- It
joiidtictorB to ri'ua d it wdli Ju-tlliai.lt coin.
I'laeu. cy. It ! out tici- thtiu t . a .'ri'ai
claim upon tho public gruiltiuk'. The
lla.' izli.o hat done (oou unit n d u II ull
thediiyaol Its life. It ooMyn Kuj,'lc.
Postso fl'co to uutiho'lticrH in thu Unltfld
Harpcr'M M.iira.liif, mm year ...01 00
SI 00 Include nn pajinunt ol U. S. po-t-agu
by tin ptiljllrlicic.
Hub-cnptioiH to ilnrpcr'- Mii;iir.liio,
Wrekl), or llazar, to uo mldicm lor one
year, ilo i.Oj or two oi Hurpci'H pi rlodl
ca r, to ono addrces for ouu year, 00:
An ' xtra i: py ol either thu .MnRlnc,
eekly ..r llaar will be -upplied urtuU l"r
ev ry club ot live niticcrlb r- ut $4 i u each,
In one 'cniltt n cj or ix copies I r JJimhi.
without e.xtia copy; post-igu iree.
UacU numbcra call bo Mipplicd ut ati
A eouipl to -et nf IlaipcrV Mnuj-lne,
now coinprUitic; 40 voliinns, inn at cloth
lilndtn, will be bent hy expren., frrti;lit ai
the oxpen o nf piirchi-cr, for 'j.'i p r
0ltlUl0. Slllpl" VolUllietf, b) mill, 'OS pHld,
3 00. Cloth ciiF-c.., for bu dliiK, &b cents,
by nil. pnsipiild,
JSrSfWipapuri. are not to copy thli J.
vt rilbeiiiuiitw thout tho cxprciB ordtri ot
Harper k llr dht r-.
Adilrctiill.Mtl'Klt.t llltOTIIKKH. N. V.
WHITNEY &, HOLMES
Flfljr KlFgnnt Nlyli-s. wllh Valuable Im
...pruteuiKiiHi New nnd IlfiiutlAll (solohtoiii,
;V hit oxr. i If iV" N i urpiuil.K mid MiH
claim ludor-c llaeiliy.iniiuiil nfcuiiiiarnd llnin
iid Mr. ell v 'trl.i'inti in Tune .Mitluni.n
nd lliirnlilllly. uuanud Jlu cuni. Knd
lor lirleo I mt.
W lllTNUYit HOI.MKS Oltd.VN fO.,
f'.'.'l-wlt (iiilney, Illinois
i 1 m
DRUGGISTS FANCY GOODS.
WAX FLOWER MATERIA
h -i ll.'ilronfniioiiilinwinil onlfr from
lillnl wIlJi rcllnlilc lnif nl rrxonalilv rut
ui iwiih in .Mir iiiiu -iiiiiiiiiHrai, i i.ini
WHOLESALE RETAIL. f f, T
Wood ! Wood ! Woe d !
COAL! COAL ! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cairo & St. Louis Transfer & Conl Companvis ov propnrcd to
fill ordent lor Wood unit Conl. Delivered to nnv par of tho City, at
thu Lowcm Cash Price. OFFICE AND YARD ut the Cairj ti ; St.
Loui.s Nurrow Guugo Depot.
Vinil. 4 frtnt. llnr ..ni-rl
Voocl, siiwu.'t, nor conl
Woosl, saw.il unci upllt, per tord
Coal, cu load, per Ion
Conl, cur loirf, aincljton
Coal, car load, ono-nnlr ton
Lovc ortlors nt T. M. Btcckll. th'a.Oa Ohio I.evro. at th Cryxtal SaIoor, corjer
sixtli Btroet ana Coramorciol Avnnuo, nnd nt tho Compiiy'n Omcu.
Order Snllcltoil unil Promptly Filled.
F. M. WARD3 Swot.
JAS BI. Xi AITS, Sos'y A Treaa.
F. M STOGKFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Doalcr in
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full st ek of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND A XI) fMLIFOKX!. WINES.
LARGE STOCK GF BRT 600DS
Craat Roducticn in Prices,
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Tablo Linens, Percales,
LARGiii STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
I.ir,e Stock nr Whlto Ooo la, Vlotorla Lawni, Swiss Mfiraillna, nnd u Urcc Stock ot
RlQbini. I'liM c'lllii) xtoi'l: will M ntnrln.il c.i-t, him) contiii intll it ii clu-ed out. ChI
n l iM-convliieeili.r Urc'it HirtliMl TKMSI- sTICI Tt.V c VSII.
Corner Eigb.th. St. and Commercial Ave
COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
jjxjK or Urro.
OmNl 1'iiv-lcfa.ns anil (irncrnl Htorr in wuti
iuo'1 u'ln I ninny AiriuciDi luv nirill'tiwl ot .
1ETAIL & PRESCRITIO
'aahln'T,0'- v., Cor. 9th St
- 5 go
for .'jtc nt-