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KjmUhk HMfrr on Every Vg-
JOHH K. OBKBX.T, Editor.
rit:HHr.FONT Attn hkintom-.
Wlifti Plcrreiwnt mid HrUtow heanl
of tlio nppulnttiicut of Z:tcli (.'li.iiullcr,
thov iihm! very tough latiyiinj:!1. a itl
were lavish In i riltliets Hint -mackrd of
in iiuliilirriicc In tho rosy. If they can
outwear the sturdy Mlcliljrantlcr, the
country may be considered mfe.
.Morrisy Is the acknowledged cham
pion of the New York uorkltigiucii
against tlie aristocrats The latter are
called awallottMnll!. Clict'rl'ul and tin
ful conihlnatlon prl7.e-Hi;hter and worfc
liifjiiirn. The Hon. .lohn Morrlssey, t-.-prle-tljfhtcr,
e.-Conj:resinan, and tic
Uiiowledircd ambler, l no lit noe!ato
for honest, liiird-woikln;: :lll.eii.
42KXKKAI. not,. .ii:itriiTii.
General Mi-n-tlltli, who died on thc'JI-t
Inst., near Cambridge City. Indiana, wii.
a native of Gnlllord county, X. C. Mu
was born May 20, 1810, and has resided
In the State nt Indiana clnce 1S20, and
during that time held a number of Im
portant olllcc., and was several tlme
elected to the legislature. At the com
mcnci'incnt ol the war ho was colonel of
Hie liUli Indiana Infantry, and rapidly
rose to the rank of a major-general of
volunteers, lie was a good soldier,
though not a brilliant ollleer, and was
twice wounded, the last lime at (Jeltyf.
burg. It wa this wound which Indi
rectly caused his death. Oen. .Meredith
wa one of the largest men in the army,
and was known as Iho tallest man In In
diana, -landing six feet seven inches in
Nt'.(O.M ACT IX A THAUIIWY.
t'rl Carruth, editor of tho VIneland
hultpemUni, died on the -'nth Inst., from
the etlects of a bullet in his head, from u
phtol In the hands of a man named l.:m
UU. l.amlis shot Carruth on the 19th of
Ian March, lor which crime he was placed
under $:0.000 bomK Fearing the conse
quences of his crime, Latulis attempted
to bring about a settlement, offering Car
ruth $5,000 in cash, and about 1180 acres
in land, which was indignantly refused.
Tlie mental excitement attending the ne
gotiations for a settlement, It is. believed,
aslsted in Carruth's death. Previous to
his death he anxiously Inquired : " Can
you keep me till night so we ean tlx tlioi-y
papers V" Then again "Vou mut keep
we UU morning so we can settle that
matter.' After speaking in this way, he
was taken with a convulsion, followed
by a violent rtt of vomiting. He then
sank Into a stupor, when death followed
rapidly. Laudis' bondsmen delivered
bm to the authorities.
A man named Charles Meyers was
recently released from the Indiana pcnl
tentiary, having served out a three years'
sentence. When he stepped from his
cell anil received an acknowledgment
that his term of service hail expired, an
officer from Illinois, with a requisition
from Governor Ilevcridgc, ui rested him
on a charge of forgery. Ills wife was
present when this new calamity pre
sented itself, and she fell down uncon
scious, and has since remained in a crit
ical condition. Three mouth before his
release this devoted and surely noble
woman located in .leffersouvHle, so that
when her husband would tic released,
they could travel to some, strange place
and live happily together. Hut her hopes
were blasted, and she will do just what
other true women have done bcloro her,
sacrifice happiness and even life fora hus
band who Is not worthy such devotion
and true love.
that ki:i:k .ew.sp.i'i:ii.
Last mouth we published an account
of the proposed establishment of a news
paper in the Indian territory, with Col
oncl L. C. Iloiidlnot at its head. Since
that time a Creek council lias decided
that Roudinot iiiu-t desist from the pub
lication of his paper. Jloiidiuot, to save
himself from pecuniary los, and main
tain his rights as a freeman, has appealed
to the United States, asking protection
hi tlie prosecution of his enterprise. The
cause of all this trouble to Houdiiiot
made its appearance in the person of a
man with the very striking name of .lohn
Peter CleaverShauks, Ksq. Ponder over
a name so strikingly significant. 110)111
Peter Cleaver Shanks, Ksq., of Indiana,
i a peripatetic philanthropist and Indian
commissioner, and has obtained a charter
from the Creeks to establish a paper at
Muskogee, and by so doing he upsets all
the Hue plans and tal developing literary
diagrams of tlie colonel, .lohn Peter
Cleaver Shank, Kq. '. What a colossal
name for a tlrst-claes butcher.
:.'Hri i.ti5;i,v rvss v.
Lmi Faxon, the wit of Padueah, scuds
the following excruciatingly funny par
agraph to Cairo, in the columns ol the
AVu. He Is fast becoming a rare and
radiant subject for the inspection of a
committee ot sane men :
"The Cairo paper Mate that Koth
eullirg elrcu 1. i.nim, ...ii.,... .1. ......
fr.1.1. 1 : ,.ivi .4111.-11;.
If tills is true. Olu.rlv. . 11,.. 11 1
Brother Davis will hute a high old time.
k.Vs0i III tril'si li.s...i. . t.. -. -
; lunwiia 10 Kuinmvrsault'
ing (Obejiy is an adept at that) and walk
Ing on his ears. Oher y will inuieriiii:,.
to do traneze. ride I11II11 and shout IAmuW
cuoii, while Davis will attempt the more
Muring leais or lumping inrougti hoops
WW COIIltjlii.. hi le,lr. Wim'MMw, lull,
When llrotlwr Davis gets through with
jii, w ai ariuuo Utr.ry gymnast will
icH-iuuivuiicTu, or a target used In
Dutch beer garden.
While the Clinton and other troutiW
BjrlUU-d tho whole of MluH.ippt, ttml
mum uuu uimcks were arintiiK fur
Mnfluluary work, u report prcvalku that
uovcrnorAine utseruu the exeeullvo
maoilon one night, through fear, una
leftlniide the limits of tlio United State
t-atup. A ifeutlcmu named Thomas
Sturge. willes a letter to the VIckburg
lltraUl, hi which he ray he Is no apolo
gist for the policy Governor Amos has
pursued since he became Governor of the
State of Mlllppl. but (hat lit'
knows Anie. Is no coward, and that
the Governor did not sleep in the
United States camp tlie night alluded to.
He bases his assertion that Ames l no
coward on his knowledge of the man
from a personal association witli him In
the service of the United States. Thomas
Sturges, Ksq., winds up his defense of
the contemptible badgcrer of u perse
cuted people In tho following strain:
"In politics, In love, In war, all Is fulr,
but do not abuc a man, or attack his
personal character without jitt
Tin: roi.im'Ai. riuur t. .n.tvtt-
In Massachusetts the pulttlcaleampalgii
is asumtug an Interesting aspect, and it
is argued, with reason, that the Demo
cratic party will conic out ot the battle
victorious. The llcpuljllcaiu seem hope
lessly divided, and this .-ei lous Impedi
ment to their success is attributed to
the Intrigues of the hero of the spoons.
A great cliaugu lias come over New
Kngland in reference to parties and what
should bo their missions lor the bcncllt
of (lie human family Inside the bounda
ries of the United Stutva. The Usual J.V
000 Itepubllcan majority In Maluo has
sunk to 1,000 ; ami In .M.'is.;icliiictls the.
1'epuhliean majoiily of 70,000 has re
volted to tho shadowy realms of
the past. In iho lace ol
these facts, with a stiongaml liillueiitial
ticket, Is it not reasonable to suppose
that tlie Democratic ticket will sweep the
old hlstoiio Stale witli n large majority?
Itotli parties are preparing for the strug
gle which will be carried on with tho
same ardor and Intellectual ibice that
characterized the recent coinpalgn In the
State of Ohio.
Virginia City, Nevada, was ulnio-t
totally destroyed by lire on the 'JlJtli lust.
The reported loss Is placed at $2,000,000.
Xo lives were lot by tire, but one man
was killed because he refucd a convey
aucu to a citizen. Hotels, churi'he,
county buildings, newspaper, telegraph
and express olllces were all swept away.
Over 10,000 people have been made home
less by the llames. Tho supply of water
proving inadequate, and engines and
hoso-carriages burning in the sticets,
recourso was had to powder, and many
buildings were blown to piece. Hut this
proved of no avail, and the llame rolled
through the city with unquenchable
llerceness. A cold, piercing wind was
blowing while the tire raged, nnd the
shelterless women and children suffered
much from eold. A special dispatch
to the San FrancNco Call says: "The
destruction ot the city was owing to bad
management of the Kngineerof the Fire
Department at tlie beginning ot the con
flagration. Streams were turned upon a
llvcry-stable, allowing the tlames to com.
munlcate to the county buildings adjoin
lug. The Fire Department lost its hold
J ho wind, blow ing briskly from tlie
West, carried Hie lames through the
town. The watersupply gave out, engines
and hmo were burned In the streets, a
panic seized tlie cilleiis, and the lire
swept on unimpeded, destroying every
thing lulls course, lly good fortune the
wind shifted, and the south end of the
town was saved, but the lire still swept
on northwardly. The town presented
the wildest confusion and panic. Streets
wero blocked with goods and household
furniture. Tlie recent scourge of ty
phoid fever caused the presence of many
helpless invalids who were being carried
to places of safely by Iriends.'
NOD r111.1t X V ROUni'.SN.
Northern Journals are commencing to
rcati.c the fact that the South is gradually
releasing herself from the embarrass
ments produced by tho war. She Is now
courting direct trade with Ku rope, and
when the outlet to the Gulf is completed
this brilliant scheme of trade will have
been consummated. A new and hardy
population has gtadually advanced and
made a stand among thestaid, old lament
lug arl-tocrats, and combining with tlie
ambitious sons of these remnants of a
past day, have planted broad Held, dis
tributed capital, established manufac
tories, and inliised into the working and
trading classes new llle and steadlcrcner-
gics. Since tlie last battle of the war the
South has had trouble with her working
colored population, because the political
Held seemed to have more at-
ictious for tlieiu 1 1 1 st 1 1 the corn
or cotton fields. 'I hat was remedied h.v
thu importation of German, Swede ami
Norwegians, w ho, in dell nice of malarial
diseases, changes of water and climate,
mil personal opposition from the blacks,
ao shown themselves equal to tho task
of clearing Southern fields ol their rich
productions. These lndustilou.s new
omern did not have Ihv capacity to per
form all the work of the plantations, hut
their piescnce Influenced the negroes to
return 10 the Ileitis of labor, because they
saw, with envy, these hardy white men.
fiom foreign countries, successfully mp.
planting them in tlitir Inherited homes,
and places ol labor. In Tennessee man
ufactories of every description arc being
put In operation, and Iron mines are
show ing their crude wealth through thu
exertions of labor, encouraged by
large capital. Chattanooga has fa
cilities for manufacturing Iron ami
bra. In every conceivable form. Virginia
U building new houses of manufacture
and Industry; and Georgia ami other
Southern Suites, embracing the natural
advantages offered Inside their prolific
precincts, arc quietly pushing forward
manufactories ol various kinds, all ot
which will pay large proliU 011 tlie cap!
tal invctcd. Speaking of the advancement
of the Southern States In the Industries
of tho world, tho Cleveland LtaJtr, after
enumerating instances of successful man
ufacturing enterprise, and proposed
schemes, &ays : "These are hut a few In
stances of what is going on In many
places In the South, and what will pro!).
iy imj multiplied n hundred fold during
the next ten years. The colored people
are Industrious and disposed to settle
i town tobu&lness. Their days of general
I ruining, excursion and otherntupld and
Useless nuiiieuvix'S are about over."
IVrti has sold 12.000.000 loin ol
nuo to France.
A planter ot Mli"lppl Is now mil
dvatlng rice, which Is reported to he of
The New Orleans Timt tell u that
the tub thrown to the political whale has
several brass bands. Can't see the point.
Independent candidates for the Leg
islature me running In Xew.lersey on the
.stieiigth ot their record as base bnlllsts.
A St. Louis man claims to have killed
100 blackbirds nt n single shot. He ha
been employed as a witness for the de
tense In the whisky case.
One of tho Irish editor;, of tlie Xew
Yoik7vW said that absentees were
tlie curse of Ireland, and that that un
happy country .swarmed with them.
An eutcrpiislug German grocer,
meaning to get ahead of hl luiighDor
who was furnishing chronios, put out a
sign as lollows : "I'roasants given nwa
inoiu M'cfuH as krotners."
What's tlie use of a long treatise on
tin' bet. method ol fastening corsets.
when two or three buttons and perhaps a
good handy hiiihand are all that's r-
-An Intelligent obsemT in thelJrook-
ly n ArmiH, who encountered Columbus
Dclauo lat week, says he still carried a
arpet-bag in his hand, and looked Ilka a
boy w ho had found a live-cent piece, and
itist lo-l it down a sewer.
-It N reported, but wo do not. believe
tlie story, that tho Democratic Statu Com
mittee of Ohio have slgnlllcd its aversion
to Governor Tllden by turning his por
trait, which graces Its headquarters, to
Tlie Kepublieau of Mississippi lime
engaged the services ot tho "distin
guished"' O. O. Howard, general, etc.,
for the pending campaign. Tho Vleks
burg miWsays: "We never think ot
O. O. Howard without thluklugof oh
oh! h- II!"
Gen. Negley, of Pennsylvania, Is In
trouble, on account, of the Witkowski
frauds. He helped Wltkowskl to recover
$00,000 lor cotton said to have been de
stroyed by the United States government,
but which It now aiiears the claimant
A writer in the London Tunes U ap
prehensive that American manufactu
rers of steel goods will crowd out the
Kngllsh manufacturers in their own mar
ket. Several United States linns are es
tablishing branch factories in Kngland,
and the fear is growing that this practice
will increase to a very damaging extent.
An individual who has more money
than he knows how to use has challenged
the Chicago orthodox ininisteis to prove
the Hlbio to bo the word of (Jod, the l.'ev
Mr. Sunderland to take the opposite side
In the event ot tho evangelical party es
tablishing the divine origin of the Scrip
tures, this gentleman pledges himself to
give .?2.-.,000 to the cause of evangelical
religion. An "Impartial committee" is
to decide tlie question after the debate be
tween Hrother Sunderland and the cler
gvmeu. LEVEE IMPROVEMENT.
A ! Urn-nil""". Irom "I'llliri-n."
Knnoi: Iti'i.i.Kri.v Dear Sir: I no
lice hi the Ilt.'M.KTiN of the i'7th that it is
rumored that the levee Is to be repaired
at the joint expense of the City, the Prop
erty Company and the Narrow Gauge.
Should the rumor ptovc true, as a citi
zen and tax-payer, I would like to In
quire, what Interest will the city hold in
tlie improvement, after it is finished, out
side of the protection which tlie other
two corporation enjoy also? Will the
city own any part of tills levee -, or will
flic ownership exist only between the
Narrow Gauge and the Properly Com
pany? Tho levees protect the properly
ot the citizens, tlie Propel ty Company
and the railroad.
Tims far there Is an equality, but w hen
the city Is called upon to pay one-third of
the cost ot Improving the property of
others, and she has 110 return for the in
vestment except the protection given,
anil which the other corporations enjoy
equally with the city, there i a manifest
inequality. I do not object to the Improve
ment; I acknowledge the necessity, and
am willing that the city should take this
burthen on herself, but at the same time
I would see it so llxetl that the city
can he reimbursed tor the expenditure.
People came here and bought property
with the distinct understanding that Iheir
piopeity was to bo protected from over
flow. This Hid Property Company even
now guarantees, by Implication, In their
standing advertisement hi tlie dally
papers. Why don't this company live
up to its agreement: They surely can
not plead poverty. What has become of
the vast amount of inouty that has been
collected In the way of wharfage, etc.,
sufficient to have kept the levees all
around the city In splendid condition,
instead of being, ns they are oil tlie Ohio
side, mantraps, a hindrance and vexa
tion to the trallli: that constantly passes
over them, and 11 disgrace to
the city ; on the Mississippi side,
a weak excuse for protection from over
flow. It tills money for wharfage, c,
had been directed in the proper channel,
the city would not now be called upon to
stand part of the expense of Improving
a property she does not own. If this
money had been, and was now collected
by tho city, we would have substantial
levees and could afford to protect tlie
property of tho Property Company and
the Narrow Gauge In common with that
belonging to citizens. Since tlie Proji
erty Company cannot, or will not,
keep thu guarantees made to the
property owners, It Is about time that
this company give up the control they
have so long retained over the levees to
tho city, where it should properly, and
I think rightfully, belong; then we will
Iinvea guatautec that our propertywlll
Any movement looking towards 'ob
taining tlil eontrol of tho levees will, I
am certain, meet the hearty approbation
of all tax-payers, and will be a grand
tnovo towards putting Cairo In the po.
lion among the commercial cities of the
West that she should occupy.
i ours, truly Cnixux.
On ItoAimSiKAMEit Citv oh IIki.kn.i.
Oct. 'J, 1S75. To the editor ot the lltir
iiuglou (la.) Haiekeye: I was witness
to one of the bloodiest duels ever fought,
.lohn Itunge, formerly from Monmouth,
III., was attacked by three brother by
the name ol Williams, In Ar
kansas, They drew their is
tols on him. and told him they
were going to Kill him. Uiiuge re
plied bv draw ing a revolver. They tired
on 111 ui. wounding him In three places,
lie tired, killing one oftlieiii; he tired
again before Iheygot over the flight,
uiortallv wounding the other. Alter
that the light was equal. Williams tired
and shot L'uuge through tlie right breast.
He lell to the ground and llrcd, killliq;
tho last of the three brothers. Some out
siders undertook to arrest Itunge, but In
got away. It Is thought he will
die: he was Miot In four places and was
bleeding very bid. The said l'uuge told
me io write io nmcoi nisirieuus at .Mon
mouth, but I have lost their names. Will
you publish this for Itunge' friends? lb
was a soldier; he served hi tin- Fcrty
seventh Illinois, Company II, and weiit
from Monmouth. I can't .-ay whether he
is alive or dead. It you publlshaiid send
to .Monmouth, I will pay expense.
i oois iruiy, .. linow.V.
Friar's Point. Ml.
A Mini Willi a l iirh in Ills; Moiiiitrli.
(Purls Litter In tlie Pldl.i Iclptita Telrgniiih I
Docs anybody remember tho Man with
tin. I 'nil.', lleit linfiii-liiii.iti. i.li.i-l- ui' tin.
great -tore of tlie Priutciiipts, who, pre
tending to swallow a fork one day, ically
i ii i swanow u lor goon nuu an ? I re
lated ins patnetic story in my letter at
tli'O tltllr. I'llr illliiliMi ,.f.riL tli.t hi, m
fellow was the sensation of all Paris, the
tiui-iraieo papers gave ins poi trait and a
picture of tlie fork, tin; comic paper
cailcatured him, lie innile
the subject of comic ongs and
comic, acts at tlie vaiielv theatres.
and of endle jokes In the dallv pre.
Medical science nnd skill were found
powerless to relieve iihn of hi internal
piece of silverware, and he was tlnallv
discharged from the hospital with the
lork still lodged In his stomach. .More
than a year lias elapsed since then, and
of coin-re he ought to have died long ago.
Hut lie is still alive, and as well . possi
ble under the circumstances. He resides
at Dijon, but is shortly to return to Pat U,
where lie will of course be an object of
Intcre-t and courtesy to all tlie medical
faculty, to say nothing of the world at
large. During his stay at Dljou lie has
compiled two pieces of music, one which
is a wait, entitled The r.nelutnUd Fork.
Drunkenness Cured !
Without Inconvenience, nt ymir home. Auti
tlole nut five tn iiny addles on ui'lil ut' nm
p 11. iim:iiAt:i, m ii.
MunuKcrSt. I.otlls lutlirlult-Ilo-pl il.
Oltlce-till Olltehliitt, St Iillls.
Opium or Morphine Eaters !
Cured ulthotit lmln or Incouxenlenir, ut niir
home In lOdtiyn. Jteillclntsl'iirtlifttlirt works'
tleulmvnt mnt Cm-to tiny mMn on receipt ot"
live dollars. Mntu amount ii-isl dull v.
Addnns. F. II, lll'IIUAItl), ! I)
MunnKcr ftt. I.ouls Inebriate III ajiitul.
onirp Mil OllvcSlicot, St. IiiiIs.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy reliel for young men from the
effect of Krrors and Abu-es hi early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. New method of treat
ment. New and remarkable remedies.
Hooks and Circulars sent free, in scaled
envelopes. Address Howard Associa
tion, II!) N. Ninth street, Philadelphia,
P,i. an Institution having n high repu
tation lor honorable conduct and profes
sional skill. S-'JI-diSwUm
A diver plated .No. 0 WINon .Shuttle
Sewing .Machine, hanl (piano) tluMi,
valued at $8."). WIU hu ,old at $l'0 dis
count, on xood tertiH, and ordered direct
from tho factory.
Colored and mounted .Maps ot the
cltyof Cairo at Si SO each (halt price.)
A No. 0 WhVou Shuttle Sew hi-' iu.
chhiu valttetl at $7S. Wilt he sold at $15
discount, and ordered direct from the
A $00 Keiiilnton iStiwhi"; Machlnt:
$M oil for wish. Sultahlo lor tailor or
hoot and shoe inanuractuit-r.
-"I'lcturestpn- America" 13 numbers
hound In U volume, lull llt .Morocco;
A style "K," "Cloti'di, Warren t
Co.M" Parlor Oiyau, illit from thu fac
tory at Detroit. IMt price, SHOO. Will
ho soltl lot $200.
A now two-hor.-c (iamblo wagon.
For any of the above articles, aim! v at
tho Hui.i.KTiN oltlce. K. A. JJuitxurr.
Will mo lt po-lllvelv cine nay chkc orriieunm
linn or I iit i, ii i:i 1 1 1; l'ciiiI, no nmtter liow Ioiik
ntaudluir, imi.tl uof llieeailh. lielrjnnla
whiiI nppllc.iiloii ltlo'-'t the woikiiitiUly, air
ouslilv uuil poimineiillv, IcavhiK IH v-em
uliuiij, mui licuhliv VVitla to any prominent
l;eioulu Wmhlnutoii Cuy, nd you will learu
UmUlieulioM- .tutetntat ft tine lu evtry iillo
ulnr. t'OXDHNSEI) CKIITIFICATKS.
,, . WutliliiKton, I. O Drctiiibvi-S, 1871,
Mn llilplientlneA Uenlleyi
tientu ury clutrmily .lulellmtl ii.ed Du
rmiir'i Itliniuintlc lieniedy with decided l.mtllt,
Member of t-'ougim of (iu,
.. Wttshlniitoa, . C. April 23, UT.
M;'r llehilienitiue Ilentleyi
Oeiit.i l or the pant be en ! my wife luu
oceii crrat tuffer lioni rUetiiiiHlUmrlierdocloiii
rullinjio e her rvliff. theuted three buttle.
Durnntf-ii llheuniitttc Itemrdv, mid it periiunont
cute wu tlie remt. WM. U. tltOOK,
"Kxecutive Cleik to I'lf.ldrnt (Irmil. "
WashlnRlon, 1), (., March 3, lTJ,
In then pac of twelvv hou.a my iheumatlini
w K having tuVen lliurdosai ol lmninu'ii
Itheuiimtiulteiucdy. Mrlnolher .1 . It. Cenim,
ol Uciiroid, I'u , nasrurtdliviiBimlliii'Hiiiount.
Memlicr of Vuofttn at
rrici'iiiie dollar ii lioltle, urilv bottle lor lire
dollar. Aik our ilnmglbt for Duiang's Itlnu
inulio lteiuei!iuaiiul'Hcliiretl by
IIKI.I'llK.NSI INK JIK.NTI.KV,
Dmvcialt mid L'hemltU,
., , . Wmhlngton. I). O.
ir'u eliy imtKiaiSfS KVKItVWlii:ttK.
?ntl'.H l!'y VV,I0,,''", 'X11' CC-t lu ChlMgo.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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(exwiit Miniilur) m tin" llulletlii llalldliiif , cur
tier WnsliMKloii svemir ami 'l'ttvlllli Mrwt
Tint IIm.lehn I si-nnl tu city suWtlU-rsliy
fultlifut nurlris Hl'l'nrnty-l-ivtf Out s Wwl,
myulil- weekly, lly Mull, (In mtviiurr), IOn r
uiimmi; six innii'lu, ttit tlm-e inutillis, huh
munlb, ! iV
THE WISKKLY BULLETIN.
I'uMI-'itsl every Tliursduy morning at $1
e- milium, tnrutlulily Inudvnnce, 'I he post ige
on tli Wivl.lv lll 1 1 pri-pnld nt this olLct-, tn
Hint nuWt'ltH'i'4 w Itl oM-iln l-ir n sulxcrlpllnn
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53" I'o resmlur advertisers weoflVrmpcrlorln
diuiincnts, tiolh ns to rute ol chnrKes and iniin
lierol'ulsphiylim their f.iorn.
Cciniaunlcutioua upon iiubjtctn of Kan
oral lntorent to the public uolleltud.
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I'nlrii lliilletlti 'oiiiiiiiiv.
Tho Peoplo'a Remedy.
Tho Universal Fain Ext uctor.
Note: Ak for Pond's Extract.
Take no oilier.
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who Iihn out n-ed i .
I'iiniilil-I contalninicilMmvmiil UreHinail
el fnson iippllcntlon, If no found at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
fivw York nml London,
"Pits 5 W
ON IIIIAIS. For full iurotniatlon how to
operate on tlie Chicago in.ilket, oenil for our
CLARK & CO.,
166 Wasltlmrton St., Chlcauo,
relfliritecl f.irtu PliniTV, STIIRNGTII and
Ucklca. K. L. I'ltUbbl.NO CO..
SSGreat Medical Book
and Secrets for Indies uud lieiitx. Sent free for
ST. .JlJSF.ril -MKDIOAI. I.VSUTtrTK
10-15-aly ht. Joeeph, Mo.
R. P. STUDLEY & CO.
821 North KaU StrMt, ST. LOUIS.
WHITNEY Sc HOLMES
1711 l'y Kli-icnul Nlle, wlh Valiuille lm
. .v.. )!riVr.'.l.on!?i.it,w Heaullfiil Solo.Stopa.
I V Kit q.NKTIIOUSAKI) OrKitnl.tii and Musi
cIiih Indorse these Oreani anil recommend them
as Nlrli-lly I'lrMlTlttmi Toue, Mtclmnisii.
mid Hunihlllty, VVarrauted live years, bead
for price Hit.
WlllT.NKYci HOLMES OIUJANCO..
t'-W-wIt gulticy, lllliiulo.
IN LARGE VARIETY AT
Washington Avenue, or the Levee.
Feather Dusters are indispensible
articles at home, in the store, in the
shop and in the office. Every good
Housekeeper knows their value,
and will not be without one. We
are selling them CHEAP to suit the
Call and examine, whether you
wish to purchase or not.
J. BURGER & CO.
Still Ahead as Usual
This Firm has just brought on
an Immense Stock of
Fall & Winter Dry - Goods
COMPRISE G ALL THE
NOVELTIES or THE SEASON
WHICH TnEY OFFER AT
AND WniCH HAS CAUSED THE
EVER SEEN IN CAIRO.
-A LARGE, BRAN NEW STOCK OF
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
Rockwell's Old Stand, 124 Commercial Ave.
Wood! Wood ! Woo d !
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cairo & St. Louis Transfer & Coal Company in ow prepared to
fill orders lor Wood and Coal, Dclivorcd to tiny par of tho City, at
tho Lowost Cash Prico. OFFICE AND YARD at tho Cairo 8t St.
Louis Narrow Gauge Depot.
Wcod. 4 feat. tn,rcorfi
Wood, sawod, per cord
Wood, sawed uud split, pur cord
Coal, car load, per ton
Coal, car load, slnidjton
Coal, car load, one-half ton
Leave orders ut IF.M. 8tocklleth',(12 Ohio Levee, at th, Crystal Saloon, corner
Sixth atreetaiid Commercial Avenue, and at the Company's Office.
Orders Solicited ami Promptly Filled.
F. M. WAED; Supt.
JA.S.S1.LA.1TE, Soc'y Troas.
ONLY $125 A YEAR.
XXjXaXDJ - OXfil.
' S3 50.