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AMhUiliyibntock li cnffa,ttd In the
,-Atmnndblc busing' of ritnntnjr lown
f,,i into th court the publishers nnd
.iHltn in nfctewne literature. Some of
iheof. vtlo nubltcatlorn, through thu art
ful wnrk ofmrentj. hjvvo lound their wny
into Mine of the bet female ;mlnrk3
at the roHtrtrr: sind nmonj -the children
of hctver- bcH f.vfeUld.. .
The following named heU of State
depsrtmeoU will vUit Philadelphia, na
tsmtat' itrowiufl aud buildings: uov
ernor lUrtrnntt, of Petmiylvnttia ; Gov
trnorl'Uden, of New York; Oovernor
Allan, et Ohio ; Governor Carpenter, or
lawa, and Uio Governors of Kentucky,
Wisconsin, Illinois Michigan, Missouri,
Indiana. Minnesota nnd Maryland. Coin-
moAatc Vanderbllt nnd Col. Tom Scott
frill bo present.
Bait) CUBKB caMMITTBE.
Dlwatclica announce that the ltcd
Cloud IWattgaUng coratnlttoo have
ondud their work. Klghthundrcri printed
narci comprtiic the testimony. It lias
toon sent to Washington. The corutnlv
doners say there Is no fraud in the qua!
ity or weight of the cattle, bat "glaring
Irregularities" havo been discovered In
connection with port: and freighting con
trmctt. The commission will exonerate
Agent Savlltc Irom the charge of fraud
bnt will censure tho department for np-
pointing auch an incompetent man to
SCft JACtmi, TUB MrECIALIHT,
Ir. Moses .tacobi, a New York special
it, is ou trial in that city as tin abortion
ist. Wbllo on trial be made a clean breast
of the rascally business ho puraucd, cx
plaining bow he humbugged women with
bogus medicine. Ills liquid medicines
were nothing but colored water ; and the
pills were made ol bread, and sugar
coated. Dr. Franklin, his predecessor,
generally made $1,600 per month on thceo
harmless medicines. An Instance was
known, ho said, wheru a woman paid $100
for a box of these pills-, flu vvne arrested
for selling a bottle of colored water to a
fetnalo in u utate of pregnancy. This
speculator In bread and rmtcr tald that
ho had three differcm kind of bottles
marked No. I, for the tlral'iiionth,$10,
So. 1, for tho second month, $15; No. 3,
for the third montn, $20, nil tilled with
water and colored nicely.
sipeiUHo rest a j'mjiit.
Dunnes oiuvvcii, captain ol a ui'gro
i:oiupauy of Ames' Mississippi militia
vagabond, while at Edwards' Depot,
with his negro company, la.t Sunday,
declared there was "bound to be a tight"
between the white and blacks, and that
the sooner It came off the better it would
be for tho whites, as there would not bo
as many of them killed In the fight now
Imminent as In a deferred battle. That
1 what we. consider cool nnd calculating
iitaiuj. au Jiuuu-diatc fight will
not be as Mmjrulnary fr rlto
while .ts a Hi'lit postponed, s what
Mr. Charles Caldwell, captain in Allies
militia, thinks and tbluks' aloud. The
VIcksburg Herald, after quoting the
words of Caldwell, remarks: 'Tore
warned is forearmed. Let every white
man be prepared for Caldwell's light."
And thus both sides aro preparing for
battle tbc blacks to support a man who
would sacrifice every whlto person in
ri,rt. .!.,..t ... .., i.i . . ....
.iraij', iv IIIIVUIIIX" Ullllltll pOUll- I
eally; and the whites to combat an I
authority they recognize a disgraceful
to civilization and detrimental to their
iuteivsts as citizens of a common heri
tage. It is no difficult matter to know
what will 1x3 the result of
a general conflict. Tho blacks,
powerful in numbers, but lacking tho dis
cipline of the whites, will bu drlrcn to the
wall. Tennessee has many, white com
panies, well drilled and armed ; nnd so
has Louisiana who aro impatiently
awaiting the sound of rifle and cannon to
hurry them to the support of their friends
in Mississippi, it will not be n lengthy
war but short, decisive and bloody, one
that will be long deplored by the good and
upright citizens of cither color.
Westcrvelt, who was tried forcorapllc
Hy iu tho abduction of little Charlie
lloss, has been sentenced. Tho sentence
of the court is that ho pay afluoof $1,
the costs of prosecution, and undergo an
imprisonment at eolltnry confinement at
hardlsbor in tho Eastern Penitentiary
for tho term of wven years, and that he
"Und committed until that sentence be
compiled w tu. It is said tjig.prlsojier.
wicneu io nu sentence with close Inter.
st, aud when the Judgo pronounced the
words-''Seveu years at hard labor,!1 ho
bent his head forward nnd shook like a leaf,
and as the tlpstafl removed him to tho .arge
dock It was discovered that hq was cry
ing like a child. Taklneaeat!lowed
hit head In his hands and continued
weeping. Before sentence, a motion
was made for a new trial, but an absurd
law of tho State made It the duty of the
tfuugo who presided at tho Wcrtervclt
rruu to hear counsel's motion in the con
Wcted man'a case, and ns a matter of
courke, the Judec sustained his previous
decision. Westcrvelt was offered a par
don It he would reveal thchldlug place ot
Charlie Ross, when he replied know
nothing more than I have told. I do not
know where tho child Is, and .if my lite
depended on It I could not tell." When
h!rtuw:a again he said: '"Tell Mr.
uoss u, e fttnouo institutions
ir ori,uft asylums and wliools."
He was hlH reiUoug f(r
rSitLu V?' answer!:
"Charlie Host mlgutv, (,r thosn
Institutions In our mo Wt T
this very city, fcnd be a far ,Woy J
i was on the other eldo of the globe. f0
would be as much out of the world as if
k? were dead, The sittf iror brothw hnv-
Ing charge oi those places might Inno
cently have powcflsion of that child he
could bo glrcri Into their hands In ft thou
sauiHvays and they be profoundly Ig
norant that the whole worm isioownjf
him. Every no vr?paper proper In tuu
ha? published tho Ptory of tho ab
duction nnd tho Uc3erlptlon oi the child,
Uraae religious orders would not henr
wonl of It. Why? For the simple
reason that a secular paper Buyer outers
their walls. Only religious papers aro
found there.' In view of the con
vict's theory that Charlie llojo may be
one of these Catholic Institutions those
Interested In him arc about to commence
n thorough search among them for the
lost boy, which would appear Jlko nn ac
knowledgment on their part that ester
vclt was not positively cognizant of
tho whereabouts of tho boy
Aud all of the sentenced man's notions
go to prove that he Is Innocent t lw he
U au actor ol subtle power nnd acute
reasoning faculties. And what has he to
gain by remaining seven year in solitary
confinement? By giving up the boy He
can go irec, nnd receive sufficient money
to keep him for years lrom want and tlio
hardships ot life. Somebody hart to be
punished tor somebody's crime, ami
We'tervelt Is the victim.
Tlio Democrats of Olilo will not rets-
ceda to Hays over 2.G00 majority : mid
Thompson, Democratic chalrmani, says
they Iioihj to prove Alien's election by n
small majority. A. T. WlkolT, chairman
of the Republican committee, admitted
that the news would cut duwn Hays'
prospective majority, but claimed that
he had no tiews nt all hi keeping with
the news on the Democratic side. He
docs not think thu unheard of votes am
possibly overcome Hays' majority. Re
publican figures give the .Itcpublicans n
majority In tho house, not counting four
considered doubtful, aud threo majority
in the senate with four member yet In
doubt. The Democratic State executive
committee eent thu following dispatch :
Columbus, O., Oct. 13, 187S.
To Hon. flendrickB Wrl;ht, Clialrmau Httitr
Democratic uuminiuec, rmii-.unpuin :
Tlio .State lias 2onc for Have3 by
amall miiluritv. The icturus indlcatu
tliat the Democracy polled n voto 30,000
Xutoct than was cer cast for any man
elected Governor of Ohio. Our defeat
wit tlm result of tho most lavish expend
fturo of mouov tliat ever characterized
a nolitlcal contest, tho colonization of
iraudulent votes and the introduction of
tho false issue on tho public schools,
which excited tho prejudice mid bigotry
of icIigioUA bate.
Signed ,I.NO. G. Thompson,
For.Dcthocratlc Kx. Committee.
The Republican committee, to show the
other sUbi of th' qucttion, tent tlio fol
lowlug: Columbus, O., Oct. 111.
Hon. tinny M. llojt, chitlrmiii Itciinbllcon
Ceiitiul State Coramlttw I'lilUilclphla, l' :
The dispatch of John G. Thompson,
chairman of tho Ohio Democratic com
mittee, of this date to the chairman of the
Pennsylvania Democratic committee, so
far ns It relates to frauds perpetrated nnd
lavish expenditure ol money bv tho Itc
publicans of this State, is n falsehood uud
he anew It wiicu lie signed It.
(Signed A.T. Wixorr, Chairman.
J. C. DONALDSON', Seu'v.
Geo. K. Nasm. Treat!.
CnAS. C. Walcutt.
Chas. II. Moor.n,
Kcpubllcan Statu Kx-ciitivo Com.
Tho reported 10,000 Rcimbllcsn ma
jorify in Sebraska is cojulJeml none too
low. Douglas county went strongly Ke-
pubUcau, except in the case of sheriff,
where the Republican candidate is elected
by only 18 votes, and Col. James W.
Savage, Democratic candidate for district
judge, whose majority is -121 . The new.
constitution has doubtless carried bv a
ery large majority. Tho Iowa majority
for the Republicans is 113,000, a gain or
over 5,000. The latest specials show a
Republican gain of 2 In the senate and iu
the house a loss of 0. This with the oth
ers coming iu will make the house btaud
75 Republicans to 25 Democrats
senate will stand 10 Republicans
-Jean Baptlste Carpeaux, the sculptor,
-The Sultan Abdul Asslz, of Turkey, 1
gets a yearly salary of. $10,000,000.
-The telegraphic lines of France are
under Government control. Thus far the
receipts for 187S arc 2,200,000 francs more
than the expenditures.
Mush and milk festivals and apple
butter parties, are the fashionable dissi
pations In the rural districts ot Pennsyl
vania this fall.
Otis Reed, actor nnd elocutionist, nnd
for many years the Lord Dundreary of
Laura Keene'a company, died in Ilostou
on Sunday night.
The Hon. A, II. Rice, Republican
candidate for governor ot Massachusetts,
has taken the stump and Intends to make
a thorough canvass of the State.
The Chicago Times says: "That
model jury lleechcr'i rises from the
grave of public contempt to ucmanu
more pay for perjuring themselves."
Advices received at Loudon from the
war In Liberia fctatc that live engage
ments have been fought, In all of which
the Llberian army have been victorious.
"ThoTruthtful Pilot." published on
Jtie outside of thu Bulletin, from the
VI ksburg Herald, is exceedingly rich
and exhlleratltiff. Flrst-claes nlliirutor
A dozen ot Uio participants In the
fatal prize fight in Buksey's Wood, Bos
ton, were held for trial yesterday. Car
ney, the surviving principal, uud hU sec
onds have given themselves up.
Tho Investigation of tho conduct of
Pilots Taylor, Wells and Henry Thotnp
ton, of the steamers T. T. llilliiiau and
Vint Shlnkle, in regard to the colllson of
tiioso tvo boats, a few days ago. was
begun on the 13th lust., before Col. B. O.
Carr, Supervising Inspector,
The Black Hills expedition tinder
the command ot Col. R. 1. Dodge is ex
pected to nrrlvc at Fort Laramie ou the
15th lust., and there break up, Capt.
Vroont's company goes to Ft, McPhcr
son, Spaulding's to Camp Stainhnugh,
and Noy's, Burt's, cud Mimson's will re
lauin at Fort Laramie.
About noon on the lath lust., a high
Mnd Wtvr dowu an. unfluUUcd, ogrlcul-
tural hall In the Centennial Grounds.
The building was about onc-tlilrd com
pleted, and entirely ot wood, eight la-
borera were Injured, live seriously nnu
one fatally. The building was under
contract to be ilnlfhed January 1.
- ... . ,
Hon. Unas, u, ivis nas pecii numi
noted for Coiiereas by the first Congres
sional1 Democratic Convention, at Middle-
boro, Mbsjs. -The executive committee of
the Democratic party of Massachusetts
have decided to place the name of John
Oulncy Adams upon tho ticket as a can
dldate for Lieutenant Governor, vico
General Burtlctt. declined.
Oconto Wilkes Is to n-tirc from llie
editorial management of tho Spirit of the
Timet, November 1st.
A ticwdally papcr.called tlie Tribune,
lias made It-, appearance in Paducah,
Wn imvfi caturd another stanza
that Will bear preservation :
" When the nUtht Ahull bo filltd with fiutglaw.
And lliieea llwl muni ine ay
Slwill iwick ui llielr trupj petiaitr',
Ana entry iuoms pwm rwnj.
Charles H. Hubbard, nn employe of
tho watch lactory, Springfield, 111., dls
appeared mysteriously from thu town of
Stillwater, Minnesota, aud recently his
body was found near V lute Bear, much
decomposed, with a pistol-bull through
both temples, and the pockets turned
out. He was undoubtedly deooyed from
Stillwater and murdered.
An exchange says: "Delano Is on
thcmimp." Aud the New Orleans 'limes
replies : " Ye, and they aiv very sick ol
him. He went 'Hit Willi the PreiWent'H
tearful endorsement in his pocket, and
his going was assisted by tins No. 10 boot
ot tho uenim of liberty, who got down
froni tho domo of the Capitol to accel
erate his retirement."
.John Hays' ".Mm Bludsoc" has been
rivaled iu practical life in the emu of the
engineer at the Utah mine, near Virginia
City, Nevada, whose hoisting works
were burned on Sunday night last.
Workmen were engaged in the mine at
the time, but n dispatch states tliat the
engineer remained at his post, hoisting
them out until he was severely burned.
The news to the effect that Holland
had sent men-of-war to the Caribbean
Sea Is said to bo entirely without foun
dation. Tho Netherlands, aro fitting up
their usual squadron for naval practice
in American waters. No vessels have gone
yet, and the preparations now making
have no connection whatever with tho
Venezuelan a flair.
J uggernaut Is iu a bad way, ou ing
to the fall ofn stone from his pugodit ut
Pooree. The tall of thu stone Is n ki lous
matter, us there to i prophecy tliat when
die flrt stone is unfattcned the Temple
shall not olaud. The Temple
was built in the middle of thu twelfth
century, and during the last 700 cars not
a trowel has been laid upon It in the way
Sherifl Brown, tho negro hlieriU of
Coahoma county, Mississippi, is believed
to have gone on a pilgrimage to Gover
nor Ames, ns lie had disappeared from
Helena on Tuesday. The Sheriff's wife
aud chilli had left Friar's Point tor
Helena. Manvot the colored lolfcs who
were drawn into the lato Imbroglio
through Sherifl Brown's influence, de
clare they will not allow hie return to
Tho following named railroad olll-
dais are present at tho General Ticket
snd Passenger Agents' Convention In
session at the Peabody Hotel, Memphis,
reiui.: W. L. Danley, X. C. & St. L.
It. R.; M. S. Jay, M. & C. R. 11.; Fred.
A. Fallett, St. Louis, I. M. & S. R. R.; B.
W. Wrcnn, W.&A.R.R., J. A. Scmple,
I,., X. & Gt. S. R. tt.t C. P. Oakley, T.
& P. it. It.; J. II. Perry, M. A L. 11. It.;
J. Z. Miller, I. & G. N. R. R.
When Mutt Carpenter, in Ids letter to
Dana of the Sun, said A.C. Buell, Wash
ington correspondent of thu St. Louis
Rtpublitan, was "an Indicted liar," thu
latter responded from Ohio, Inviting Car
penter to repeat the assertion within
strlking-froui-the-hhoulder range. To
tills the Milwaukee Sentinel (Carpenter's
organ) retorts by publishing til names
of other people who have called Buell a
liar. And now, of course, Buell will re
new his challenge from long range. Tims
it is that freedom of discussion l main
nlllMer and Bnkrr Slant tip for Twru.
Muiu'iivsuonn, III., Oct. 13. The
greut murder ti lid i over uud the jury
found thu defendants, John Bulliuer and
Alien Baker, gmlly and alll.v their pun
Ishmeu: ut tweiily-tlvo years in tlie peni
tentiary. Upon Hearing tlio verdict Bui
liner was much uffeciediiud ir.ivu way to
his feelings. Baker was comparatively
liidlflerent, but his pale and trembling
features showed that he was not unmind
ful of thu terrible punishment decreed.
A new trial was moved by .Mr. Al
bright giving reasons. It is nut thought
that It will bu granted, iu which ea.su the
matter will bu taken to the supreme court
upon a bill ot exceptions.
I. 0. 0. F.
SJrt'omt nny'a Baloii of the (Ii-hiiiI
S.tK of IIUiioIn.
Pkouu. III.. October 13. Tho Grand
Lodge ol Odd-Fellows of thu Statu is still
in sestion nure, tins ueiugtiiui-eeoiKiiiay.
Nearly nil tho business transacted th'is
morning was of a purely technical nature.
A great portion of the tliuu was spent iu
passing ou decisions of the Grand .Mas
ter, all of which weru approved without
debate, with tlie exception of No. 'li, re
garding the trial of members of the order
tor K-ducilou, which was discussed for
homu time, but llunlly concurred In. At
the election for ollleers tor the ensuing
year, Hon. John II. Oberlv, Culro, wan
choien Grand Master; and Past Grand
BUke, Deputy Grand Master. This
kltcrnoon was occupied by a street demon
stration which was nn Imposing atlair.
Alt the city noddies participated, and the
procession, headed by the city police and
eicorted by tlio veteran Light Guards
with 1,000 Odd-Fellows In full regalia,
iiiadu a very attractive spectacle. lion.
John 11. Oberly, Grand Muster, delivered
an address on Odd-Fellows to a crowded
house. Tho convention will continue
THE NOVEMBER ELECTION,
Tn(h Vwlcrn of Alcuder County t
Fellow Citizen's 1 otn-s candidate
for the ollicu of Treasurer Mtid Assessor ;
and one of the considerations timt uiove
me to this Cuudldaey, will, 1 daresay,
meet tho cordial approbation ot quite
every Tax-Payer liilexauuer County.
uur luxes are enormous, x incrcaiu
has gone ou, vear alter year, until now
they form a burden that Is seriously felt
bv tin; most nro-Derous citizen: that
Is crushing to jie unfortunate; that lias
a paralyzing eueei ujuu our muusuivo,
and operates ai a telling draw-back to
the entire county i iimsi uuu re
llel in this regard', we must lighten tills
heavy burden, oeioru o euu ngnm uuiu
to enter upon that career of prosperity
for which our location, resources uud
surroundings form an ample ground-
worn. , .
This rollel cannot be found while our
taxable tironeriy. and especially our real
esUile, is assessed, as uow, ut a figure tit
"mt. llltv ncr ee III. suovw me iivenuro
furnished by the ueMiient of the Slate ;
and tullv ouu bundled per cent, abovu the
average of our itoriln-rn count les. wlien
Hih hulk of the taxable property Is to bo
llWiintmv furilOM! 10 lIUIUIL'll itie
motive ill me men who have llxtu the
vmIuo ot our taxable property. I uill
n-tiilv tu itIvh tin-in credit lor u uOlliClcll
tious dlselwrge ol ih'ir Out; but the
tact reiuuius, netrlheli-, iliat much of
our propeit j iiiiimiiiiis the ilguu-n that
Were glell 10 H mo nig i ninnu iiiura
of tho wur; uud, taki u a u whon-. It Is
ValUeu Ul II nure iiituvi ii. in unit, iui
which it wouid uelu.iliy m II. through any
ol the orilnuuy ivmii ii- nr m IIIhu prop-
erty. Vear alter ear ur tnlv iiuunl of
Kipialiiailon has iidueed the.i! high a.
sensuieiils: but. with sltiuularperilimi'liy,
theSUCeeeuilii: Ai-sei-r puis it Upngi.i .
placing it at lrom ten to liny pi-r cent,
above the value given lo it by the Bnanl,
and certainly not Icvi than a lull hundred
pur cent. abovu the iiveruge
value ol the property iu all thu-e
wealthy and tlnllt) eouuties usually de
nominated Northern Illinois." When,
iioiiii such :iu iissesiiieiit. our authorities
levy lrom lour to six dollar on thu
hUltilivil iroiu iony 10 M.iy uoiiars on
lliu tlioiiiatid Is It any wonder that, our
people complain ot "high tuxes;'' that
iiMiiy of us Miller M'Ven; deprivations to
provide lor them ; that other-, iiiiablu lo
meet the heavy exaction, are driven to
tho extremity of seeing their property
old lo an exacting neighbor, or contl--
cated bv the Statu t There Is no caiiio
lor wonder tu this, nor U there In tin;
fact tliat our prosperity Is retarded, and
tliat with all our boasted tidvuuuigc.i
our many railroads and maguiliceut riv
ersnut nine reai esitne is eniiiigiug
hands In either town or county ? The
stranger with menus to buy, who sees
us taxed to the extent of five or -Ix per
cent, ou au assessment equal to iitul
olteii eei eillmr the actual value ol our
property siieli :i stranger closes ni
IiaiuU upon his money, aud socio a local
ity where the real-estate Is not, as here,
undergoing thu process ot inevitable con-tl-catiun!
People of Alexander County, IhN Is a
matter of serious moment it matter In
which every man is concerned, who is in
anv manner Interested for thu properity
anil well-being of thu County. Since the
burden we are carrying brings no equiv
alent -since It falls to give even u partial
rccompciiiu In sullleleiit ami lellablu
roads ami bridges ; iuco it adds nothing
to, but detracts from the value of our
farms and town lots: since it is a Mumbling-block
to immigration, and an ob
stacle iu tho way of our prosperity, If
MUST BE LKS-KXKD! Tlio way to u
most grateful relief N open to you. iiiid
tliat is through such mi nesiiiciii of
voiir proiMTO' wjl comport
with tho average of the .state
that will place you w here. In juMlce and
equity, vol! belong on au equal looting
Willi the average Tux-Payei . Ills with
you. lellow-eiuzens. to say wiieiuur or
not 1 eliail oe ine insii uiiium iiiiuuu
which tills mueh dcilrcd end 13 to be
reached. Should it be your plcavuru to
Invest me with thu olllcc I seek, I pledge
you my word that I shall so employ tho
power It confers as to lurubli a just
and equitable bails tor taxation.
I shall endeavor to perfect a fair
and uniform aesMiient one that
will subject Alexander County
to only her share of thu public burden,
aud relieve her ol the excels under
which she ha so long aud iinjuMlv la
bored. I shall aim at uniformity and to
make every property-owner a bearer of
his just porti'iii ol the burden. I shall
ill-card tlie erroneous Idea that eoilsnn
iulalliblu criterion iu tunning notions of
value, and. iullueiieeil by au honot de
sire to know my duly and to
perforin it us I know it, I shall
nave hones of perfecting nn iissesssment
that will both phase uud prollt the peo
ple. I know, iih every Intelligent i'ax
Payer of thu County knows, tliat. for
purpusus of taxation, our property is
valued at too lugli a rate; that this high
ratu finds no warrant Iu anv of the con
siderations that govern hi a majority of
Counties, aud that it brings Willi It tlie
curso ot high anil unequal taxes. To
adjust tills rate toluvvrlt to tlie general
average of tlie State, would, in tlie event
of his election, lie tlie pleaure ns wi ll as
the duly of Your Sincere and Obedient
Servunt, Musks B. 1 1. t knell.
For (lit .si mi Hi or o.' tuber.
During Ihe fever i-easou of ast month,
the stock of Ayer'n Ague 'nr.' iu i he Old
Notth State lii eaine exhaiMril, and be
fore a supply could be received from Lo
well, Ihe lUiftVring lrom chilli, and fever
became fearful. A lew parlies wele m
fortuniitu as to have It on hand,
and In Iredell county, thu driitr
lst8 eked out their slender stocks by
telling doses a spuoutiil each for u dol
lar. Many paid ten dollars torn bottle,
when thu regular price Is but one, aud
tlioiiL'lit themselves favored at that, f-o
valuable are the curative properties
of this preparation, which not only expel-
tlio poi.snn from lliu syntem, but
leave." thu patient with unimpaired health
and vigor. lUMgh (A". V.) Standard.
Till preiaratlnn I now iickiiowMirwl tn lie
tuierliir to nil known ruicUiM lor llie timt-
ayphillis in all its Stages, Scrofa
lous Affections, Chronio Ul
oors, Enlargemont of tho
, ., , OlRtids.
J.siwelnt'r in Syiiliiltic dUmirs. Iu whlrh It
hs MUfiVminiy, tvlira kI'ii up pint hopr by
eiiilni'iit 1I) irliuiM It U entirely vcKt-tuble.
No cliaiiKeiif ilit t 1 mjti rcil anil enn lie lakrn
In nil cninlitioiiH ol tlie ytlcni wllli nulcty, anil
In cmmrcliou with other meillcliiei, p
cut to miy part of the Unltfil Stiitft byn
prr, iriTiiuinubarmlion. .
'! suniple'pHckogui nt to any jurt of tbe
UniteJ Stat!, on rvctlpt orftw. Ail(Irai
' Dlt SlIKttMA.V.
.. , W North fllslhstwtt.Bt LoulOfo
Too Kit' at rvi. rnnrmrnr. rurt'l l!lilliiiltnrlla
C'lnVlllnioiia. Ki,.tn.. it Vitus Duller i.ml nil
Nel'VOlM DUcituMt iIim .ml v bnnu'n nn.Itlv. ium.
tavlor .'pil,M,to Flu It Iwilxtn li'siulliv
tho nam!, ami ms nvtr bven known to lull In u
lnKk enn'. TiUl puckauclVre. liiiilo'niaiiip
tor circular gUlii rviUemu of cures
. . 4un;?f. int. a. a, iih.(i.i,'iii,
to-u-iltr tivK T, t. Jost-i b, do,
Don't rorffct I
if you want tinware, stoves ctcthat A.
Halley has changed his placo of business
and can now be found at UC Commercial
avenue, next door to the Anb engine
house, wheru ho will be pleased to nee
you and give you burgalm ns of old.
Iutrrctl oil Drpoolti,
The Alexander County lianhwill ,!' f.t-
(west on deports ! the savuigi depart'
A.IIsllcy has removed to his new
store room, lift Commercial avenue, op
woslto Winter's Blocl:, aud next door to
the Arab etielnu house, where he will be
pleased to see all his old customers
as many new ones. .9-20-tf
A desirable cottage for rent, with two
lots, goodcMcrn, three rooms, with din
ing moii), kitchen, uud pantry, corner
Division street nud Washington avenue.
Euqulre of J. Q. Ilarman or Jim O'Cub
latum, corner Fourteenth strict and
levee, Cairo, 111. 10-13-flt
Hcllbron S: Well's Is the only place In
town where you can find a complete line
of babies' cloak, babies' robes, babies'
merino lmwls, babies' bonnets, and in
fact everything In the baby Hue.
A No. 1 New Trading Boat : counters
and shelving all complete; CO feet long,
11 feet beam. Will be sold it a bargain
if called for soon. Hknrt Savbrs.
10-O-2 if 95 Ohio Li'Vi e, Cairo, 111.
A Flue ntiii'li.
Win. Khlers dwlres to Inform his pat
rons and the public generally, that he lias
now on hand a largo stock of French and
German Calf, Kip and Morocco, and Is
prepared to manufacture, lor storo and
ollicu wear, the lluest of Mor6ceo or Call
Skin Shoes or Boot; uud for farmers.
draymen nud out-door wear gviicrully, his
French Kip stands above anything ever
offered in tills market. UN l.aU are of
the latent styles, and he can guarantee
lit and sulfation to all his patron.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Htippy relief for young men from tho
effect of Errors nud Abuses In caily life
Mauliool restored. Impedlmentato Mar
rlaxe reinovtd. New inetliod of treat
meiit. New and remarkable remedies,
Book? and Circulars eent fice, Iu sealed
envelopes. Address llowuid Assocla
lion, 110 N. Ninth street, Philadelphia.
Pa. an institution having a high repu
tation lor honorable conduct and profes
sioual skill. S-21-dikwHin
PAUL G. SOHUH
AND WILL WARRANT
fever a km
Whou every other patent mcdi
cino fails to euro the Chills, thou
FBIOE, 81.00 PER BOTTLE
PAUL G. SCHUH'S,
108 Commorcisl Avo.
Evansvlllo, Cairo nnd Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Pnduoah, Shawnootown, Evnns
ville, Louiavillo, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
Die ucrlvulll tetc-tnel atiumcr
I) G. t'OYVLKII..
t.u. It, Thuhaj..
111 leuvc KviwbvUIn furCiilroivfry MONDAV
HllilTllUltnilAV utt u'i'liii'.L ii. in.
LiVf Cairo t ery i t Ks UA i u nil Fl tl DA V ,BI
ti o'clock ii. iu,
The r((fuut MfWbt 1 htinwoi
Hem HciWAi-.i) , , Mr.Hn.
WALTKUll. l'KNNIMJTU.V Cllk,
Will lutve Kiunsvillu lor Cairo irvery TUh
1)1 V ami Fill A V ut t ii'i'.lock p. m
Will leateCr.irooTi-ry tl KD.NKnuAYiitvlS.Y'l
UltDAYntUo'i lock p. m.
Tho cleKiiut lil-wliwl ftcnnui
.Ions Go?r Mn'trr
l-uvi-ii Kvaimllli! I'or Cilrn evirv WKDNKn
DAY ami f-ATUIt.VD ut !, p. in
Lt-uvi'B Culro ii rry lllUltsUA Yunii SUNDAY
Kuril linat mnkis close ronnccllnnnalCiilin
wltli llrst-claaii atriinim fur .-t l.nuh, Miu -ptiUaml
.Nkiv Orlmiiii, nml ut Kvanvvllli Mill.
Ihe K .VU.lt It lor ull points .S'oi Hi uml i:ui.
Mini with thu l.imlMVlllr .Hail bti'Hiiu-r In hull
luilnunn iho Upper Ulilu, pIvliiR thruuKhn
ceipts on litlKlita uml pussenKiia to all point
or lurui-r ininrmiitinii npply to
SOI,. lt i:il, Vuwenijw Aircnt.
HAI.I.ID.VY IlltOd., I ...
J.M. FfffLMf'S, ' t AirciltB.
c T,,a , . , O. .J. (iHAMMl II.
Suiwrlntciiilmt nnd GhiithI FrelRht Ai rn',
n-l.-Ji).y. KtM.i-vill,-1 ;,
SSiOreat IModical Book
and Secret" lor Ijullcs unil Cvnts. Went 1'itc for
tWO b UllllH, , lilllVIH
MT. .lo-SKPH MKD10A1. INSTITMT.
llf.ia-.liy ft( Joteph, Mo,
BOOK AGENTS WANTED.
o want live men who deilrc to inaku u liiul
liesaiireclllnj! Ii..yl; by iih-crltloii to luko
territory on our new "llislory of lown," or
'f llstory of Kansui, ' or ' Itletory of VV l.con
ain," or 'llialory of the .N'orthwett." Kuehof
lliese books nro new nud contain over Vii lllus
Irittlonk tuich. thu Ititter over t(Kl I'lutruvlngi
You cun bcM Uvc of ii blutc History to miy ou of
any other hook. VVci;lvt excltHlve territory,
liberal couimUsloii, etc. heml torprivulu tirma,
amplH packaKca, circulars, vie., to tlio tillce
nenre.t you. Addri'j
.. Idlfon, wio., pr Dc Mola, loa. -10-U!1
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS ANB RETAILERS OF
DRUQOISTS FANCY CJOODB,
WAX FLOWER MATEHX
mvwivi . si r vine.
WK cllcit ccnesponilMici ml (inters liom DnwKI I'Mf Icimis tB.l i.ntrai siorev in wad
r kwI In our tilt.: StMiolNiat. I'lul.tut.uii mid r'jmify .Midkliir t'Mtm fuml-hed Of .
llllrl wlUi rctUMe Unlaid rruwiinlilvrutc--.
WHOLESALE ft RETAIL,
74 Orlu Levr.o.
NOW IS THE TIME!
A New Method
"Revolution in the
We announc lo tlm Put'"'' f f..
XTo. 142 c& 144 Commercial Ave.
l ,t Cm.ii'itu Tit Will Uc." "lock of
DHY GOODS & CLOTHING,
Ui ' ..n.K.intlnii'ir tarnlrliiiifci- , nt. -t wi tl' i.Jh-. - r p.tpl tooCtr
' THE BEST INDUCEMENTS EVER GIVEN BEFORE.
I VVV prniioMMM k vi- int.ur Ilrj l. x l-i '-: .t t frh onu i rn tu. tninfr ptircha-lnif In Ihr rauant
I of-iMii llollnr- t7), 'lin Vsnl t.l 1 1 in, nun. m w.ll Ih loilcci,.; Ilirfuair ci.nHilenC'
ln-r,tirniepl.tct In in, u -i'iin i'ip t uuIici'mI "Ur lr i ''jrlt will UiitwU to mir". (lie .nn?
I Wu nolieit a cnll from ono and nil.
I HBILBRON Sl WEIL,
IMMENSE STOCK! CHEAT
Provisions, Soeds, and other Prodaoo.
Wm. Glenn & Sons
08, 70, mid 72 Vine StrcH. ( I( IX.4TI.
F. M STOCZIFLTH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealor in
Wines and Liquors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full Ht -ck of
Monougahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIPOUNIA WINES.
COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
AL, WINDO W GLASS,
I T M. OUTTWB
HETAIt, & PRESCRIPTION
'tiMoo'- Ar.,Oor. 8th 3"
Dry Goods Trade !"
nij tin wt lwvt frtn irturm-l t i Cairo ami
jr Old stJief
I44 COMMERCIAL AVEWUS.
for Groceries !