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RmmIImk Mutter on Krcry i'ngr.
JOHHH, OBKKLY, Editor.
rr.RNAxno wnnn'i iuiiiin:n
Fernando Wood daughter, Miss An
nie Wood, married Alonzo O. Iffiffcdon,
n inerchantofXow York. The ceremony
took place In St. RnrtlioloincwV Prot
estant Episcopal clnircli.
ANDREW JOIIXNOX'n OKA!!)
DACUIITKK iff ARKir.lt.
Miss I.llllo Stover, graiid-daughtcr of
the Great Commoner, was married on the
13th Inst., ' Carter county, Teiincssec,
to a promising young lawyer of Green
ville, named Thomas Maloncy. When the
Illustrious Southerner was stricken with
paralysis he was in conversation with
the young lady mentioned.
WORK FOR TIIK OUTRANK MII.I..
A dispatch from Milwaukee gives the
particulars of the lynching of two hroth
ers, named Courtwrlght, In Portage
county. They killed the RherlfT of the
county because he attempted to eject
them from nhulldlng. On the morning
of the 10th a party of masked men, num
bering forty, Tlslted the jail at Stevens'
Point, seized the guard, put him In Irons,
brat down the doors, took the prisoners
out and suspended them from n pine
tree. The busy mill should do a little
grinding for the loyal people of Wis
consin. IMPORTANT TEST CASE.
An important test case has been up In
the United States Circuit court In which
merchants of Richmond, Va., arc In
volved tor failure to stamp bank checks.
The court ruled, on trial, that the jury,
In order to convict, must Hud that the
defendants Intended to defraud the Gov
ernment. Owing to the ruling of the
court, the prosecution falling to llnd such
Intention, the cases went against the Gov
ernment. There arc many similar suits
pending In the United States, through
the negligence of business men to put
stamps upon their bank checks, which
will now be dismissed.
THE MEXICAN FIlOXTIEIl.
Seuor Ochoa, governor of Chlahuahua,
has notllled General Ord, of our forces,
that Colonel Trasas, In command of ilex
lean troops, will co-operate with the
United States soldiers on cither side o1
the Mo Grande in exterminating iiostile
Indians. General Ord has instructed
post commanders to )oiu with the troops
of Mexico in the enterprise. The Indians
hare become troublesome in the neigh
borhood of Fort GrllHn and speedy and
svcrc measures must be inaugurated
against them to insure security to life and
property In that section of the Govern
ment. DEATH OP HAKWOOI) V. OI.I
PIIA.NT. Harwood V. Ollphant, yiee-presldent
of the Delaware & Hudson Itlver railroad,
and iormerly general superintendent ot
the Grand Tower & Carbondalc railroad,
died in London, England, on the 18th
iust., of consumption. The news ol his
death reached Carbondalc on the 10th.
3Ir. Ollphant was well known In Carbon
dalc, where he had many warm friends.
While a resident there he was recognized
as a valuable citizen, and was highly es
teemed. Ills death took place while he
was cu route, with his family,
to South 1'rauce, where he
contemplated residing during the winter.
The death of Mr. Ollphant will be de
plored by his numerous friends In this
H-ction or the country, and by railroaders
ourSiAs thieTis .
At a village in the Glromle, France, a
banquet was given to ex-President
Thiers, on the 17th of this month. In an
addics to Hie people who surrounded
him he said that the republic must be
maintained. The radical, tic believed,
if they ualncd power, would pursue a dif
ferent course from what their opponents
supposed. JIc said that all functionaries
who did not respect the republic should
be dismissed lrom service. Tills, he
thought, was necessary in order to render
the elections really representative. Dur
ing ids speech he asserted that because
France was u republic she would not be
isolated, but could count on the sympa
thy or Europe. He advocated a liberal
and modern system of education, and
said that the European policy of the
futuro will be peace and non-intervention.
The Alcoms arc destined to figure
largely In the history of Mississippi. By
reference to an artido in tliU issue it will
be seen that Shcrill W. A. Alcorn, and
a number of his friends, literally butch
ered a colored man named Illackwell, in
Charleston, Miss. All the parties in this
bloody affray arc Republican', ami If the
statement of the Charleston iVeti-j can be
relied on Alcorn and the men engaged
In the affair have acted In u brutal and
bloody manner. The savages who in
fist Africa and Impaled Stanley's naked
and oiled homo guards would not have
been guilty of a murder so wnnton.
Illackwell fought, but from the state
ment It was evident ho had to do some
thing In order to defend himself. Wo
are anxious to know what the Inter-Octan
will have to say about the Southern mur
der or tt colored Republican by white
Kepublicans-and they the flower of the
flock. The outrage mill will not grind
any of this Southern material.
t Is now believed the remains of Gul
1m Ube W'nttted to repose In peace
mined v V tlmt w frIc,ld8 ro
5 miVu-A ,,aioria iuu-
Catholic 7s " '
not to intcrf rl ;uTa"'ln 1 10 I)col
lodyofGu.bord,ta;S: a10, U
keep aloof from the ';
rco of the ivivy Council u"-
and Is to be obeyed. The 1,
tat tlmt the wound will h
moment Gulbord'sbcyly is ik-iiv, "!
tho spot designated for It. Wo arc de
sirous that this Giilhonl business should
stop within the next ten years. It Is n
serious matter to Jest nbout ; but It Is
fast becoming n theme for repartee
and hadlnngo among the wise men
of fho prcs who like a sensa
tion to last only a reasonable length of
time. t ncn the climax of nil event Is
postponed Indellnltely, and the climax
has bid fair to be tragic, the man of the
press turns back to his vocabulary ol ad
jectives and hurls them at the object that
uas caused hint so much serious mental
agitation. If tho world gener
ally knew that Gulbord was n printer, In
his primitive days, they would Insist,
unanimously, that ills remains be buried
within the sacred and ndored precincts
of a llrst-clas brewery.
THE NARROW (JAVOE.
Through Inadvertence (that's about as
polite a term as can be used in tlds In
stance) of our local editor, who has u
happy faculty of bcllcvlngonc-halfof tho
stories told him, it lias been reported that
tho trains on tho Narrow Uaiiiro had
ceased running into Cairo, owing to the
caving In of the river bank adjacent to
tne levee. c arc happy to make the
correction and say that tho trains con
tinue to visit the city. In the future
wo will closely frcan our youthful
local editor's railroad items, and
take a malicious pleasure In destroy
ing some of his architectural literary al
titudescommonly called blunders.
Modern local editors seldom ever strain
their muscles In climbing stairs alter facts.
It would bo tho apex of courtesy to at
tribute a spontaneous outburst ot truth
to a local editor of 1875, and extending
back Into a vortex or years, as it were
and so to speak. As they grow older tho
desire to "prevaricate" and "digrcM"'
grows stronger on thorn, until they sink
Into the gravo in sheer digust for lack
of inventive material to work upon.
'the cheerful and bland candidate snutl's
the autumn air. lie will be found ut
funerals, in theaters, at ball, hi club
rooms ; he will poke you in the ribs, and
ask you what you'll have, and how till
your sick relatives arc getting along. Ho
won't call you a d d fool any more un
til after tho election ; and then your per
severing eflorts to continue tho unfinished
threads of conversations of the month
will lie classed as a systematic style of
boring by the successful candidate ; and If
3'ou escape from the unsuccessful ones
with a whole skin, or without the Inllic-
llon of a dozen parables and fables, In
which an ass and a Hon figure (you gen
erally representing the as), then put us
down a cynic. Some Candidates arc effer
vescing, and hilarious, and "gambol"
with the "boys ;" some will take you by
the favorite button on your great coat,
and enter into an analytical talk or their
opponent.-)' abilities to dispose or danger
ous fluids, and will remain there until
you, in a spasm or grief, mysteriously cut
the button from your coat and glide away.
Others sing into your affections, and the
solid, "sure to be elected" fellow, talks
church and morality, in writing this
article we do not make any particular al
luslon to our autumn candidates. No
perish the thought. We are making a
general fling at the whole autumnal
batch ot politicians now sunning them
selves among their hardy constituents at
the lunch tables, in the workshops, and
those serving their summer terms in pub
lic watering places, the walls of which
arc adorned with broken glass and sharp
"When iMifllicfuns eutch your sleeve
And lead you ofl to beer,
1 lie full election day liuve come,
'Hie drunken! of die jar."
Ucca-lonally Brother Davis calls us tho
"organ," and in his pungent, epigram
matic style, drives tacks into our ada
mantine body. But we only smile, and
ask the dead iiiuu'k skull that oruaincnU
our senior's desk, what Davis means ; but
It only grins back a reply. Then we
cross the way, and "smile" aualn. anil
ask our friend, of the Fatherland, what
Davis Is driving at, and he, like the royal
Dane, taps ills broad forehead, and says
"Jiratns, Mr. Editor ." Notwithstanding
all this Davis is kind to us. and sympa
thizes with us when general cussedness
takes possession of our machinery, and
our printers taint from an excess of type
setting (averaging about ,000 in ten
hours), or are laid up lrom the effects of
a prize light In our back
yard, thereby delaying the Ruli.k
tin until the last commission merchant
lias gone to his dally labors. When these
things happen Davis says lie Is sorry
(and he is in earnest about it), mid backs
up his assertions in his paper, the .Sun.
We appreciate all tills and forgive lilm
when ho drives home his editorial taek-i,
and calls us the "organ;" and we are
glad to see the Sun so much Improved in
appearance, and feel encouraged by it
ourseir, feeling that It h caused through
a prosperity that will prove healthful to
all the newspapers of Southern Illinois.
Call us tho "organ," or whatever you
please, Brother Davis. It's all rl-'ht.
Vour sympathy iu times of distress Is
what we want, and your good opinion
generally. That' Him kind of an editor
A general Jail delivery took nlaeo at
Council Blufl's on the morning of the
Twenty-one persons were lost bv tho
wreck of a French schooner on the coast
of t ranee.
Peace rcl-'iis supremo in MisMseinnl.
except an occasional bloody brush among
tne leading Republicans.
A special from Berlin savs Khnilnnil
remains occupied by Russians, nnd will
prooauiy uu annexed to Russia.
"The Devil's Necklace' Is Hut tlih.nt
a sensational romance, probably Intended
as u companion piece to "A-dam Bede."
Captain John Mulrlne, an old and
well-known hteamboat mini, iiimi E.i.
denly at his homo hi Wheeling, on Sun
day evening, of paralysis.
Tho Memphis Avalanche says : "Pri
vate Dalzell has been cloctcd to the Ohio
legislature, and for u year or two will
doubtless (mil contributing to the edito
rial waste baskets or fho country."
At Fort Gibson, on tho lSth, by Rev.
Mr. Stoddart, Miss Cora Ross, daughter
or Win. 1!. Ross, principal Chler or the
Cherokee Nation, was married to R. R.
Howard, M. I).
A special from Vienna says the llcr
rcgnymlau Insurrectionists arc preparing
to attack .ubcis. The Turks me con
centrating there. A decisive battle is be
lieved to bo impending.
It is reported that sixty tons of small
arms and ammunition for the Chinese,
were shipped from London as merchan
dise, nnd landed nt Shanghai. The RrltMi
government arc investigating the matter.
Four cars have been landed at Victo
ria, British Columbia, which will for tho
present be employed hi removing rails
from the ship's side to the stocking
grounds. Tiieo are the first cars tor tho
Canadian Pacific Railway.
Epitaph hi the cemetery at Koysvlllc,
Smith Tlioin.u Uile.nl,
Anil lliut'ariioiiKh ;
The candle liont,
Alkd (he snuff.
Iter soul's in he.iven,
. You mill not liiii'.
Ami nil tlmt'n lilt
Is Interred here.
The following Internal revenue store
keepers were appointed Monday: .1.
Speed Smith, James II. FarrU, Win. IC.
Gunn, J. II. Summers and Thos. H. Wil
son, Eighth District of Kcntuckj ; Bar
nard A. Fields and W. J. Scott, Eighth
District of Illinois.
Clark Edmonson, the negro who was
charged with raplnir a white woman in
Fayette county, On., was taken out of
Jail by 200 or :t(K) people, early on Sunday
morning, untl hanged on the gallows that
his brother was hanged on the week
It now seems generally understood
that the Provident has tendered the ap
pointment of Secretary of the Interior to
cx-Scnator Chandler, ot Michigan, who
has the matter under advisement. Mr.
Chandler Is in Washington, and yester
day morning had an interview with -cv-eral
members of the Cabinet, who all ile
decllne to ijlvo any information on the
The Rev. James Fletcher, Consul at
Oporto, Portugal, and more widely
known by his books about Brazil, was
recently traveling on the Nile with his
bride. Ills divorced wife, also lust re
married and on her weddluir tour, was in
thtf samo neighborhood with her new
husband, Benson, the artist. The party
met on a steamer, and the occasion is de
scribed as "unpleasantly awkward."
A band of Pottawatomies passed
through Ocinulgcc, I. T., on the 10th
Inst., lor a home on their reservation.
They had some wagons, good teams, and
appeared to be well supplied with house
hold goods. '1 hey are an advance party
oi one inousaud that leave their reserva
tion, near Topcka, Kansas. They will
be welcomed by the citizens of the In
A procession of Odd-Fellows' En
campments of Connecticut, witli invited
Encampments from abroad, wereiiisulted
and pelted with stones by students as
they passed Vale College, and they retal
iated by charging upon the students with
drawn swords. Several of the students
wcro slightly wounded and the allrav
terminated. The Faculty of the collciro
have expressed regret at the unfortunate
The sharp crack of the rlllo and shot
gun can bo heard In the woods of the
three States durlntr tho momlm: hours.
Squirrels grey, red and black are the
victims. VMinro Intimately aeriualnted
with a man who rode thirty miles in
quest of squirrels and brought back one
still in death.
In the woods, the Mleiit wood.
Where the olautiiiK thmlowa cteep,
'Ihebtny Miulnols. the playful Minimis
l rom their hiding places peep.
The person who was shot by Consta
ble Reed, while endeavorin-' to rli-fend
the horse-thief Pcmbsrtou from tho hands
ot the vigilant committee, at Forest
City, on the 7th hist., proves to bo
Fred Brunlng, a youna man about 21
years of age, who died from the effect
or his injuries last Saturday night
Brtmiiig was formerly n clerk in the drv
good store of M. M. Engle, of Green
Mew, .Menard county, und was well
known throughout the community.
Tills is the way a Leavenworth edl-
tor alludes to the present season. II0 is
the same Individual who caused so much
trouble in the medical fraternity about
Colonel Anthony's wound. Not because
lie was anxious as to what it should be
called, but because lie started the hall
rolliug that precipitated the catastrophe
ami ins name is Embry : "The sullen
crow cleaves the hazy sky with his dusky
wings on Ills way to a sunnier clime,
wiille the mocking-bird, the thrush, and
bob-o-llnk have long since left their sum
Tho President lias made the follow
ing appointments: Charles M. Lynch,
Collector of Internal Revenue, Nine
teenth District ot Pennsylvania ; George
B. Chamberlain, StipcnUor of Internal
Revenue; J nomas J. Mitchell, Illinois,
Agent for the Indians of Milk river
Agency, Montana ; James S. Hastings,
-Michigan, Agent for Indians of Red
Cloud Agency, Dakota, vice John J. Sa-
vllle, resigned ; Col. Ben. IC. Leiiner.
Marshall of tho United States lor tho
Eastern District of Missouri.
The Emperor William, accompanied
by Field Marshal Count Von Moltke,
Secretary of State Von Bulow, and other
dignitaries, arrived in .Milan on the lSth
nut. King Victor Emanuel, tho crown
prince and pilnecss, aud Piiueo Amadous,
accompanied by the president of the
council. Slgnor Miuglicttl, and the minis
ter of foreign affairs, Slgnor Viscoutj
Veosta, received tliu emperor ami suite
at the railway station, where the inoui
hers of tlie loyal household, and renre-
sentatlves front tho two chambers were
In waiting. The minister of war, Slgnor
Ricottl, and the minister ol tho Interior.
Slgnor Cantclli, were also present. Mill-
unities ol people assembled at tho station
and lined the gaily decorated streets
through which the dlstlni'ulshod nartv
Two more steamers havo arrived at
Havana from Spain with reinforcements
for the army.
The -Masonic grand lodge of Ohio
met at Columbus Tuesday, about COO
lodges being represented.
Gov. Tlldcn lias Instructed dlslrlctal
torneys throughout the Stale or New
York to prosecute all persons guilty of
Improper ihc of money at elections, on
Clllzons of Cincinnati who were pre
paring for the liard-nioncy convention,
appointed to bo held there on tho 'J.lth
Inst., have accepted the action ortheNcw
York committee as a postponement.
Preparations are milking to receive
Senator Newton Booth of California hi a
manner becoming his position next
Thursday at Salem, Intl., his native
A contract has been filtered Into for
tho completion of the Little Rock and
Ft. Smith railroad, a distance ot 15 miles
between tho present termini, Alius, and
Ooiully It ntrn In 4'linrlctn,
Mi-is.-.1lM'rlll Alcorn UIIIh his
The Charleston (MU.) AVu-jortholOth
contain-! particulars of the trngloaflVuy in
that town, begun by Sheriff W. A.
Alcorn (white) and a colored man named
Black well. The latter had charged Alcorn
with duplicity and double dealing, he
having made him promises that were
broken, 'lo a third party ho said that
A leorn was a d-tl liar. Illackwell said
this to tapt. J. W. Eruln, who asked
him It he would tell Alcorn what he
was saying. Illackwell replied
that he would. Erwln then asked linn If
ho would May where lie was until Alcorn
came, that he liad sent lor him; Black
well said he would. Iu n short time Al
corn came up lrom ids lioue, and to
gether with Banu-i, Stewart, Erwin and
.some others, held a meeting at or near
the courthouse fence lor ten or twelve
minute-, illackwell witnessing the meet
ing, i hey then dispersed, and Captain
hrwln went over to Neeley's grocery,
where Illackwell was, and commenced
conversation with him. Blaekweil reit
erated what he had said about Alcorn.
In a short time Stewart went over where
Blaekweil was and with his (Stew
art s) back to the lront of Ncelcv's
grocery, fac ng Blaekweil, with hi, baud
on his pistol, stood for some time with
out saying anything. Blaekweil then
said he v Blaekweil) was a Republican, a
color liner. '1 hen turned to Stewart and
Mid, "ou know I am a Republican,"
Stewart Immediately seized Blaekweil by
the beard aud ordered him to give up ids
stick. Illackwell said to Stewart, "I sur
render to you as a peace olllcer," and Im
mediately gave up his stick when Stewart
drew his pistol and jobbed the muzzle
agaiuu his head. Blaekweil then told
him several times, "1 surrender to you
as a peace olllcer." Stewart then
started with him oyer to tho courthouse,
pu-hing him ahead of him; Stewart
caught Blaekweil by tho hair on the back
of his head and nearly jerked him down
on his back, when Blaekweil said, "God
damn you, didn't 1 tell you I surrender
to yen as a peace olllcer.'' Then Stewart
.-truck him over the head with the slick
ho had taken troui Illackwell ; he then
jerkeil the stick from Stewart and struck
him oer the shoulder, who then stooped
down and drew hN pistol out of his boot
leg, and ordered Stewart, who had out
his plbtol to ituud back. In tho meantime
Alcorn. Barnes, Bloodworth, Llttlewort,
Wall and NIcholetts came ruiminjr over.
1 V.-ill h.nlloolii" "chant dim bill n7,. .1 .1
,..ici.nl " Tl'irni'i: ttrt wip,- ..Inc.. ... Ill...tl
wen, wiieu macKweii oruereu mm to
stand back. Directly llring commenced;
two pisiois ureu inmost simultaneously.
It is not known which lircd first, Alcorn
or Blaekweil. After that the tiring be
came general, six men shooting as fa-t as
iney coimi euLii aim pun trigger. 1. lack
well retreated to the rear of the AVif
oiiice aim entered tne hack door, Alcorn
following cloo behind, firing. Illackwell
passeu out oi uie ironi iioor aim went up
to Ncelcy's. As he came out the lront
door Boisclalr tired at him
frmn tho rnrnpr nf tin. limit..
After Illackwell went Into Neeley's
Alcorn went in the front door and fired
on him twice, Blaekweil returning the
tire, one of Alcorn's taking effect in
Blaekweil'-: leg, breaking it. Illackwell
fell, and Alcorn advanced on him while
flrw.'ii ltt'i..L.(..i.ll fln.1 .... A lniih ..-I
"""Ill I'lUVBIIMI llli;u Ull itl,UIII ..IIUll
he retreated out of the house, asking how
manv pistols he li.nl.
When Blaekweil was down and un
armed Stewart went Into the back room
where he wait, and put pl-tol close to
ins ukuu mm men mice, O110OI Illo SllOtS
sinning mm in tne Head, hut not enter
lng the skull. Mr. II. S. Boisclalr then
came up with a double-barrelled hot-"iin
iiuu nas in me nei oi snooting Illackwell
when he was prevented hyNcelcy, Evans
and 'ianner, who told him that Blaekweil
was about dead and not shoot him anv
more. All the per.-ons engaged were
.Itoynl Arch .Muslin In Neliii.
LoL'isviu.i:. If v.. (M id 'riin --... 1
simpler o tne itoyai Arch laons con
vened iu the .Macule Temple on Monday
even lie. (ininil lllcli ir ,.t .ini.ii i
-.i.....r. .. v :r. .",tt,"w "
Force hi the Oriental Chair prcddlng!
ui-iuK hi ; iiiij-iiniiii annual communica
tion. Hie other i,Mli...i-a .l..nl...l ue..
as follows: .la. a. it.miih.
yllle, G. II. l'rkst; James W. Staton of
HnioKivine, u. ti. j. jriest; Jan. B.
niuii, in .uurgaiuieiu. liraiid King; u.u.
Iliicknei-.nl f .evliiiririn rir..
Albert G. Hodges of Louisville, Grand
Treasurer; for Grand Secretary, Joseph
II. Branhani, of Owcnsboro.
IIKHKAS. Ch.irli-4 1). Alli-rniul I'll M
V Arler hi wile, hy their trust deed dated
Maii-hii' th, 1-iiT, and recoided nil iul-ii 110 n,
Imuk "0"ur ih-eiU, III Ihe ieconlerr ollhu u'
Aleunli-r count v.'llllniiU. minni-il ti. tin. un.
drrsltrmiL nil tfni't f-friiiln ii.in..i ..i- i
1-Mu.iir.i in mr cnv in 1.1111(1, ciiiiuiy oi .Mcxau-
iii, iiii.i .-iuie oi Illinois, uexeriiMii in lullmvH,
tu-wll l.uu iininheuil Ihlily (JO) und thirty
one Ml), Iu Mock iiuinhcii'd lllty-oiie (,j) In
said illy nt' Caliu, Illinois, in liu.l. In tccuie the
piiviiicht Ht m c i tain note theielu (perilled now
under the punishm ol' nxhi Hum deed, delimit
ItHt llllf hlt'll limili. in till tinviilfiil iif fatii.l ....(..
Ihe undi ridciicd will oiler Mild pioperlv lur Nile',
at Mill-lion, in ihe hlKheil bidder lor rush, nt tin!
iiii i '" ,,,u conn nouse in ineeny ol Cairo.
Illinois, ul Ihe hour of two o'clock p, in,, ol'
Mouiluy, .Vim-iuhcr lSlli, A. I. JN73,
lur the purpose of said trust.
HAjsir.i. aiii i-.n, tiusue,
itiro, IllinolJ, October hllli, lo"5.
liiten.V dllbert, Attorneys'. 10-11. wlw.
81 Worth Mala ItrMt, VXi LOUII,
i ai',Vil1 fl.'linull''iiriiliiiruoriiipllefli(iiiUl write
hillAhKII.No.il N evcnlliM.,Kl l.imli.Jlo,
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CJ"One Inch I J n KUtare.
S3" l"i nyularaihertNerx wrnireruierlorln
duceincnlt, holh in to rule nt i-liiirKes and iiiim
ncr of dlsphiyluit their nuoM.
Communications upon subjucta of Ken
oral Intercut to tho public solicited.
t?All l!nliie- U tler8nli(iuldlM'iid(lreAl to
'nll'i lliillelln 'iiiiiiany.
PAUL G. SCHUH
AND WILL WARRANT
FEVER i AGUE
Whon ovorv other nntont modi
cino fuils to euro tho Chills, thon
PKICE, 81.00 PER BOTTLE
PAUL G. SCHUH'S,
108 Cornmorclnl Ave
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
FALL AND WINTER
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
IKE.WAl.DEn Iu receiving dully a
1 . P0. ,tni1 spUndld Htock of k'oods,
nd Is dutorznlnkil to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
He Id rSNOlvod to irivn tVm vru l...ut
iroods for tho very loweat piiceu. Call
and nee lor yoursolvo.
Corner Sixth Stroot and Ohio
Evansvllle, Cairo and Momphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducnh, Shawnootown, Evans-
viuo, jjouibviuo, uinotnnati
and all way landings.
The unrivalled aide-wheel bltamer
I . .liuitcr.
hu. II, Iiiomas clerk.
Will leine Kvausvllle for Cairo every .MO.NOA Y
umlTIIUUMiAY ut I o'clock p. in.
I.eaen Cairo every TUKSDAY unit r'ltl UA Y,nl
The ticKaut side-wheel steumer
IIks Howard .Master.
HALTlll II. I'LNNINUTUN Link.
Will leave Kvanstllle fur Cairo every TTJKS
DA Y and KHIUA Y lit 1 o'chick p. in.
""I iciniM-usroevery Vi;i).NK!j OA Yiim SAT.
UUDAY ut 0 o'clock p, in.
The elegant eide-wheel uliuiner
Jons- (iaw iin.i.M
.Mat, Willi aui .' Clerk,
Leaved Kvanavllln for Culm i,r,.rv wvnvvt.
, DAY and HATUItAllY ut 6 p. In.
I.euvfH Cairo eery I'llUltSDA Y and SUNDAY
111 U l, ill,
IUCll boat IllalieA clime (niinrplln.id nl I'nlrn
with llmt-class McuincM for hi. l.ouU, Mein-
1,1, anttil V..... a ... l. it, i...
...... ..l,, .i .V..U9, uni ill r., uiiBvllie W illi
ilii, H. f. II ll r...iill,.ftlijv...n
undwllhlhu l.ouUvllle Mall Htcniiiera fot.iill
poluta on the Upper Ohio, kIvIiik IhrouKh i-e-celiita
on 1'ivlKhia and paasciiKclii to all poluU
tut limner iniorinuiion apiuy to
riOh. W1LVKU, Vaobeniier Agent,
I A I.I.I 1 AY It It OB . , ( ,.
J. M. 1'IIII.l.U'S, j Agents,
Orlo U.J. UltAMMKIt.
fiiiperlnlendent mid Gvueial Freight Agent,
liW-iO-ly. Kvanavillo ludluna,
n day frnrntced ulng our Wn
AUiter A. Drills, aifio month
lUiliTJO.fcooU AKinti. Aiiucr Imolc
fteC.''JriUAu:r Vv 61. Llal; Mo.
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS Of
DUUOOISTS' FANCY GOODS,
WKijolle.it correspondence nnd nnlrn from DniwIotJ', I'hyidcbinn nnd (ienernl Storttinwin
... . "f.?""'.1.' ',' "."r """ "I'-unlMmi, ' ii,.,ttin und Kulnlly .Medicine Ci. ftirnl.bed or l"
lllled with reliable llrugn ut ren'onnble lutej. "
WHOLESALE St RETAIL, (JATRO RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION
VnW Tfi TBI" TTMF.T
Presents For All !
A Now Method of Making a
"Revolution in the Dry Goods Trade !"
We announce to loe I'uMi. of Ciuro and Viimity Unit we liate naun r- lurni-d to C'lro iinl
n iiiU ul our Oi l -IaiiiI
XTo. 142 eft 3.44 Commercial Ave.
A fi.'l. luini'!- ( iiiil Will -elided Sloci ct
DEY GOODS & CLOTHING,
fjiilir' nnd (ienlleiui 111. 1 unii-hliig lioot, MJure we Bill and nte now prcil lo offer
THE BEST INDUCEMENTS EVER GIVEN BEFORE.
We pMi(- to jtnc In our Dry t.ood Sti.ti- to c.ich .ml even- ruxlumt r pureliaf iir to lh- ainounl
of ein I'ullari (), 'len ard of lulic, luirniin will le to ilr-cne the future cjiilldrnie
heiilorule pluced in ill, untiring the puMic Unit our l-nt Hurti will lr uicl In met It Ihetame
Wo fioliuitn cull from 0110 untl nil.
HEILBRON & WEIL,
142 & 144 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
IMMENSE STOCK'! (JRIIT UKIETV! LOW I'KICKS!
Provisions, Seeds, and other Produce.
Wm. Glenn c Sons,
S. 70. anil 72 Vint'
F. M. STOCHFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines and Liquors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koopa n ftill stock of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
COJjr.IEft WIIITE LEAD.
SI i f. l4 I.WA I I.