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It'iiiUitit Mnltcr mi f.wry Vngr.
JOHN H. OflliniA", JMitor.
TiiTl-Mily l.rotliriT. the fmiinn 'I'll'-
.ti)aKuc)Iiin., lm-' '.
1in.vHBvr.1u1m P""' ,jMt "N'1
, -i.fliRfnni-. nlmni will o.-onpy tlio clmlr
Kiibenmtorml ilnrlti;,' llrvirMjti-'.s '"
' THrtWiefi1 Hain't (.'ol. Mtinn,.bitt tlmt a
oom ' It liml not nt ttixt time, rauliwl
tlioiJhtriit nttonii-y's ofllcv In jsprliift"
Tit Oilil-Follovv? of Joncslmro iiro
ieato jro Into tlie Imll-Uullillit InulitiM.
'Ilwy am tnlMnc nbout uniting wlili
tM irartles to put up n brick ljiillrthif:
on the west side of the Mjunir In tlmt
Sc.vx.vbi.Li tliu tiiunluriT ol Dontiliirc,
In New York, who wai acquitted on the
ground ol iiis.-uilty. lms bvuu sent to tho
hmne M.vlitm. The ilfwl cotninlttdl
two wars ago, and Scnum-ll has tliovvit
! evfclnirv ol itiinnity tince tlmt tlniv.
Hox. Wm. 1!. Monni-ox. member of
eoo;ro?5 from the lielleville district, h
luaking an earnest light for Kerr for
'fpeaVer ot tl.o lloiiw. Mr. Morrison'."
own unniclins been mentioned in connec
tion with the speakership, but he refine
to be regarded n n candidate.
Tin: witty man of the l'hiekneyville
IwitptnAcni i guilty of the following:
The -tnnza i rather rough, but good,
lcntie it H fo desperately bud :
Our Jolly rrlrml, lvr Llnnrnr,
Know nothing about 'fis-okcd whUJ.-,"'
Ill ilrluk l lin-rnnd viminir,
Whlrh male lilm "trt nd rrli.kj- '"
VVhlle.lojce. Mumi .V Co . Jiinjr hurt to pi.
Ami fitml llnlrtlats in uriMin,
Our Jolly I.irc will UiiosliUc.
: win ton "UkeniTsr in ni'n '
The Jonceboro Ga:efte object to "any
pw.'on "locating Mtinn at the capital of
ICgypt. As soon as the whisky busiue;.s
bemno vni Logan, Jlunn A I'opo re
lieved to CfStago. They shook thcdut
of Democratic Kgypt from their feet, and(
(nugly cnsconcetl in their Mansard roof
pita, in Chicago, they claim no citi
zenship ntuoug us, and we ln-Iit that
fbfcago I entitled to the honor, of their
Till! VAST .MAILS.
- Postmaster General .lewell, in hi an
nual report, praise the fast mail service,
and expresses the opinion that :it no dis
tant day. the busines- of the department
will be f.o great as to induce the railroad
companies to run timiiar trains from
Xew Hngland to the Gulf and Iroin the
Atlantic to the Pacllic.
On Wednesday last, ex Supervhor
Muiiii was ollicially Informed of bi In
iftttuwit on the charge of complicity In
the wLUky frauds, -Mlt jravo 111, ou
Tharrfay, In the sum of ten thousand
(JoMar;, for his appearance for trial before
tli; I'nlted states court at St. J.ouis on
iiiat Monday. Mr. Munn, ays tliuChi
oago Journal, "is very emphatic In his
exprt-siic-u of entire Innocence, declaring
tliat he JiI have know kdge of the fraud
In question, but that he promptly ic-I-orted
the facts to the authorities at
tvojinx Tin: i;:t;n.i..x..
Thirty thousand dollars, the catlmntcd
htof the woiUHii's Centennial building,
h been raided by the women of Klor
M, ManaeJiusetts, Conncetleiit, Uhode
lilaml. Milne, Xew Jerwy, Ohio, Kuuns,
'eiiBsylvtuia the District of Colum
Wa. UW.en'.s clothing of all kinds N to
bs cxdudiJ irom tlie exhibition, but
iptce will be given for anything that
woutiti cn do in the way or lino needle
orV, embroidery and lace-making. A
volume ol Aineriean cookery is to bo one
of tbe leattire.i of the woman's depart
"Hint, and u thU, every woman In the
wnotrr maycontiibutoirshe Is o di
IieJ. Tlie receipts ate to be purely
American, and may embrace everything
I-wuininj; w table living, liquids, solidj,
pWa and Jmtiey cooking, the dally meals,
le mtty, wedding and the banquet-
"We, nd the pknle and excursion Iwv
'II TwK :VATI,' " Wa 111),"
t.u ll,,"10" orroaj)ondeiit of the
7" u in a late letter gives the
of a I,u" f'"- providing for Grant,
tbo eent of hi, 110t bclllK re.ll0!ni.
imted l,y th, lta.V...als for President.
ra. It Miwmt, i, the mo.! trouble
'vwa"tl.euii,mliow has. The
IJOiKHHion is u amend the constitution
OI lllk l'i.t,,..l
Mr., tr ..
J.,(, , -"-I'lSWllUU
Mr wool i. J..: .:' 1 "'" ,iiu6t I-1'
V-..MHII.J ui nit .rtliv n
vord, to plaeo ,jw nIn at Ull.' IWM, of
the army by tl,e creation ol m.w 0iHee.
plan is the favorite, Wl4, ,
mt quietly worked ,,,, ,07lir . , ,?0
versa approval, the more so iron, t L
tact that a plun M.nllar to It was nd,,
in Hie .'ase ol WasIihiSt011, who when
was ureatened with Vtmxct wag
ueclaretl (JeiicralUdinn. ....) 1...1.1 .....
-"'on lor SOme time, ,, '
'verexereUedltsflll,t.,oI1. ",U' 1,1
west was bei, , r r""
HurWs hotel on f . l
Among those piom NNl.ro
31. Smith, f eerrtary of the llloU ,.
er's Association and chairman J, . '
lnlll li.ittrmnl . U1 l"t-
' ' """nee, .1. S. Ami-
strung, trc,i-uror of the llllnoi State
(ir.iiic ; !' !' Trvvcllok, luhor
ivibrnuT, of Detroit; Thomas
Jliiglii--. of Pittsburg; S. M. Hlude, A.
('. Cameron ami other, whose nami'S aro
idi.'iiiidcil with the Iiiik'pcmlt'iil and re
form movements. Tlru object of the
meeting, as Mtittil In the call by Secretary
Smith, was to taU- mii-Ii notion as would
ccnru (ll'lriet or Stato organization
among the nfortntw, where such organ
ization iloe not oxltt, ami to tlx the
time and nlaee for lin1illii- - :i
national ronvctition. .Some discussion
on the question of the ilnauce? and civil
Service reform was had. Washburn, of
iiiinutfou county being the principal
siwaker. .Mr. Washburn expiojscd Ills
opinion that the Democrats and Inde
pendents woidd have to coalesce or the
present administration would bo Its own
Mtrci'or. lie ndvocatid a liberal nliit-
form on which both could ntnmlnml plac
ing on It men upon whom the
breath of MinicIon had never rested.
entitnentsof n liho chantetir were ex
pressed by other speaker, and the meet
ing mUouriicd till Thursday, when they
met for the tr.iniu-tloii of practical bus
The annual report ot the I.lght-houH'
Hoard give the Informatloii that theie
ire einploywl on WeUern rivers 1010
tentnuonts, aggregating ass.tti.l tons,
232 barge, nniouiilhig to 170,2;j tons;
total C.17,ia tons; and this Is imlepend
mt of coal barges and other voxels
which sum up to "jO.ooo iou. iiinr.riig a
grand total of nearly 1,200,000
a the tonnage of the Missis
sippi, Ohio and Missouri rivers. Tlie to
tal value of commerce carried nnntiallv U
estimated at $100,000,000, which pays "an
limiraucc tax of seven-tenths of one per
pent., but the marine riki on bulls is
live per ctnt.. more or less according to
the location navigated. The shipping
and its transportation to coal markets
from the coal regions sum? up 1,000,000
tons In the Ohio alone. At point,
where the channel U very nar
row and passages dangerous,
buoys have been placed as day marks,
to which floating lights are attached at
night, in its success in this move the
Hoard lias bien aided by a large number
ol pilots and others lamillar wit h Hir
st reams, and other persons Interested hi
shipping. Numerous testimonials have
been received Irom Hoards of Trade,
owners of steamboat Hues, ami
commercial organizations, bearing
testimony to the great practical value
of the system to commerce. The Hoard
asks an appropriation for repairs and In
cidental expenses of light-houses of $.".0,
000. the same amount as last year : for
salatie- ol light keeper, $50 1,000, an In
crease ol $0000, which la owing to tlie ad
ditional number of keeper's, with an aver
age pay ol $000 per annum. For sup-plic-.
of light-houses, 100,000, the same
a.? list year; light ships $210,000 ; ex
pense of buoyage, :t.0,000; for mainten
ance of lights on Western rivers, $1.10,
000, an Increase of $25,000 over last
Uessio Turner's book lias reached
Louisville Is making a vigorous
lort to Introduce the tuc of pennies
in that city.
Dr. McClarau, bbhop elect of Jill
nolL, will bo consecrated nt Chicago on
(Jllve Logan's husband, Wirt Hikes,
lias written a play, and Olive Is playing
In It as the principal character, at Loul
Senator Cameron, ol Wisconsin, who
has been interviewed In Chicago by a
7W. reporter, says his State is for re
sumption, for ICenyjiid for river Improve
ments. Hy llguilng on the estimated crop of
sound wheat and making allowance for
all that was carried over, it appears that
this country will be .11. 1 10,000 bushels
short at tlie end ol tlie crop vcar next
Selditz & Hcrgenthal, rectlllcr.s ol
Milwaukee, convicted of shipping goods
without entering tlie same as required by
law, have been sentenced to a line ol $1,-
000 each, and lour months' Imprisonment
in tlie county Jail.
Tlie president's mcssago this year
will be much longer than usual. It will
contain upward of 1S.000 word". On ac
count of Its great length, it will not be
ready to send Into congress unlit Tues
day next, even If tlie house should elect
a speaker upon Monday.
Articles ol Incorporation have been
tiled lor record in the olllec of tbo Secre
tary of State, of the Hurliugtoti, Mon
mouth and Illinois I'lver railroad coni
jmny, the principal business ollleo of
which Is to be located at .Monmouth, and
the proposed capital stock is SI, 000.000.
The propotcd route ol the railroad Is Irom
Uiwt Huiiingtoii, in Henderson county,
via Monmouth, Warien county, to Hay
worth, In McLean county.
(iulin-y ' lit: "The question of
the rljjht of u woman to holil ollleo is 011
trial lu luvva. .Mis. Cooke of Warren
L iuuij na elected Simcilutent cut of
Wll,,rtu,.i( ,ilan ,,.mu.,l 1 1 mi .,. 11.,. (),..
loner eello,,. Unit usu't the man to
iieccpt bis defeat, but p.oeeeded to con
tent Hie election nn 11,, ,i..,i
w,, ,,,, 111)11 llllll. tt
woman U not a voter and is Inell-rlbln to
any olllee. .Mrs. Cooko stands up for
her rljjhu like a man and don't proposu
- um 01 ,,, ,,.,, u.kUi! h(;)
u. l he iilnl U in ... 1..., 1
i""B'i' in iiiuiiiiiuia.
-Iilia. becn estimated by tho Agil-
inueau n norttlllitllm mini 1,111.1,
ber ol bu.ln.i
Of SOIIIlll vvln-il I'm' Mil.:
year may b i,i:w.,.,i , ,.lin ........
"v -. 'n,iinj iiuer
" ner rMii. iv... ,i
1 11.; 1 l-il-i:ii:ii
" v" u """nil condition. Tho
total crop for is7:, s nxrcd nt 2111,000,
000. 1 liu estimate ot' the bureau for 1871
of one-thnti ot the entire crop, or nearly
JOU.WU.UOO UllsllC S. Tlw. m...u - ll.
bureau are obtained from the best author.
and II tbey ate to bo relied upon,
i"""ui iow pueo 01 wheat may not
'"expfcte. lo continue,
TJip SI. 1. 1111I1 I'iihc Hllll lelnycil on
Ari'iitiiit ol llliii' of ;iiiinel linn
.11 11 11 II U'lll'll iniMIO.Olio Hull Tli
.Slllvriiiiltrv ItliiK "ioniiliir 'ilrit'ii
IlnlMoeU DeiniiiuK a C.int'l ol' In
Wasiiinoto.v, D. C, Der. 2. Gen.
Habcoek to-day addrced the following
letter to the president :
Wasiii.viho.v, D. O., Dec. 2. lS7o.
Sin : On the 2!)th ultimo, In the trial
at St. I.011K Mo., oito of the prosecuting
attorneys, lion..). II. Henderson, Intro
duced certain telegram alleged to have
been sent by me to Mesrs. McDonald
and .loyee. recently convicted of com
plicity In the vvhlky fraud-,
and Is reported hi St. Louis
papers as having ined th" following
language. Here follows the language
ol .Mr. Henderson to theellect Hint he fi -teiided
to prove that General Habcoek
was lu the ring. Heing Informed of
this charge I tekrraphed to D. P. Dyer,
the Pulled States District attorney at St.
Louis on the iiOth nil. as follows :
1 am absolutely Innocent andeverv lei.
egram which I sent will appear perfectly
innocent 1 ue moment 1 can be'liearc .
demand a hearing bclorethe court where
1 can testily.
I received tinon the same day the fol
low tiiir telegram :
I lie evidence III tlie Averv ease I
closed. The next care Involving the
ques-tlon ol conspiracy is set lor tlie loth
(Signed) D.vvin P. Dvr.n,
The npportiti.lly to answer the charges
contained In the above speech ha been
uius denied me, and being lea without
any opportunity to vindicate myself, I
rcsnoeilully demand a court ot Inquiry,
tion On ordered.
I am, sir. very respectfully,
Your obedient seryai.t.
). K. n.vncot'K,
Colonel of Kngiucers, I". S. A.
Arrest ol .llunti.
Ciiicvno, Dec. 2. D. W. Muun who
wa arrested here recently beoaufcof the
indictments pending against him lu the
Federal courts of St. Louis for complicity
in the revenue frauds in the Southern ill
trict ol Illluol. gave ball in the sum of
S10,000 for ids nppearaiico in St Louis
Monday. .Mr. Muiiii is engaged in a law
suit here, from which he cannot lie ab
sent this week without greatly Inconven
iencing all parties concerned.
Tlie .MIIuuiiWcl- Whitby 'l i lul.
Mii.w.viKi:i:, Dee. 2. Iii the cae of
Tall and Weluer to-day several witnesses
tea tilled to the good character of Tal't
and the defense rested. Mr. MeKendev
addressed the Jury tor the prosecution
and .ludgo llubbell lor the dcicu-e. L'x
Senalor arpenter announces over his
signiliiro that he will In lug suits for libel
against the Chicago Tribune anil tlie C hi.
cago Journal. J'he alleged libels were
charges to the ellcct that he was a
party to the operations of the whisky
ring. Louis Kindskopf was taken before
Superior Ilcdrlck to-day, mid nkcd
whether he had paid money to any rev
enue olllccr to influence Ids action, and
especially whether he had paid money to
S. .1. Conklln. Kx-l!eveniic Agent
Ulndskopf refused to answer and was
thereupon committed to jV'l.
Tlie SI. I. mils KlnK.
(St. Luliis Times, ad. J
The i'nlted States District court was
called for the hearing of the Avery ease
at 10 o'clock yesterday morning. "Judge
Treat stated that he had called at Judge.
Krum,s residence and found him Indis
posed, but that lie would be able to at
tend court and make liN address to tlie
jury at 10 o'clock this morning. Then,
witli Hie con-ent of Gun. Henderson, tlie
further hearing of that case was contin
ued until this morning, and Judge Treat
proceeded to take up tlie cases of Hub
bard, Malone and Kd wards, conllned to
fall for counterfeiting. These caes were
It Is currently reported that Gen. Mc
Donald Is authority for tlie tateuicnt
that Joyce was in tlie habit of writing
telegrams purporting to come irom Avery
and Habcoek, and alter copying tiiem ih
a letter-press to give tiiem the stamp of
genuineness, showing them to the distil
lers and rectifiers as authority for run
ning crooked. This .statement may apply
to some extent to tlie Avery case, but
with Hie numerous telegrams received
from Habcoek and iileutilled in court as
genuine, it was hardly worth while to
Joyce to forge his name.
HOW THE VOTE FOB SPEAKER STOOD
Tlie Agreement llcluccii llnniliill, Co
(SicL'Iul to die Sit. I,uuU Tillies, ."'1
WasIIIS'iitiin. Dec. 'J. IST.'i Tbi mil U
boiling pretty tlercely to-nlglit, owing to
till nrrivul nt n rrwul ihmiiv incniliprs
and all sorts of conjectures ami predic
tions can oe Heard. 1 lie wiindrawai ol
Wood has not hurt Cox although proba
bly intended to do him 110 good. There
I just as much opposition to New York's
wishes In some quarters us disposition to
favor them lu others, and 011 the whole
Cox Is likely lo gain from this conflict. I
llguio to-night, as the result of 11 pretty
liberal amount ol Investigation, that
'I UK SL'.M.MIXIl IT
is about as lollows: Kaudall can count on
sixty-tight votes certain : Kerr can rely
on iorty-llve, with possibly twontv more
contingent and very much depending on
circumstances; Cox lias forty or lortv
two, with ten or twelve contingent. If
Cox should quit the Held alter the second
ballot and no new candidate Is nominated,
Randall will get u majority ot Ids votes
and be elected.
The ollleo depends largely, ol course,
on the decision as to speaker. At pres
ent, A. D. Hanks, ol Missi-slppl, has tlie
most strength and if tlie speakership
goes to Now York or Pennsylvania there
In't much doubt of Hank's election. He
Is very strong lu the South and lm u
great maiiv Northern liiends and sup
poitars. lie will et. 11 imdoiity ol the
New ihilaud members and a largo vote
Irom New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and
hl'.lllin.VNT AT A li.MS :
John G. Thompson, of Ohio, Is way
ahead for this place and can hardly bo In
jured 11 v any complications iikciv to
arise. 1 look 011 bis election ascertain.
'J'he reiioiljiuevalls to-day Unit Marcus
I.. Ward.id Ncw.leiey,hasbeen tendeied
tlie ollleo ot coininiseoncr 01 Indian at
l.-Coiuinbsioner Douglass, Col. ..
I. I.uckey, private secretary to tho pres
ident, and other ''entleineu who have
been lu SI. LouU bu past week a1? wit-
noshes 111 1110 wnisKy traiid cases, returned
ilcnsrs. ICurr, Itaudull and Cox, candl
dates tor the sperkcivhlp, met this allcr-
uoou and agreed that the Democratic cm:
eu! sliould lie held at two o'clock Satur-
ll;y altcrnoon and that Mr. Lamar, of
.'irsnni., suouiii picsiuu over II.
1 ' n ' It nl 'nilesl Willi Old Sieoi cs
Ni;w mi Dec. 2. -The fallureof II.
Si P. I.awreiiee, stationers, of Maiden
Lane Is likely lo be a he.ivy one, thoiiuh
lunch of the Indebtedness U lo foreign
The liabilities of Abraham Hogardus,
photographer, w lioe failure Is auuouueed,
nre estimated at $;r.000. He claims that
If tho creditors will allow time he will
pay lu lull.
VU n meeting of the Traveler's Club
ycMordav the entire Indebtedness of the
club, amounting to more than S'.'o.ooti.
was iMiirlled and an additional .,0K
placed to the credit ol the treasurer to
tacllliide Its management.
A Drnlli I lin 1 1 11 lliillce i:iilosloii.
Ci.r.vi'.i.v.NP, ().. Dee. 2. A holler In
tho wood block sawing work of Mc
Manou and Sbele, pavement eniitraetors
situated on the flats near tlie A. ami G.
W. railroad, exploded this altcrnoon with
terrible force. Fifteen or twenty men
were af work about the hulldlmr. two of
whom, Henry llazely ami Terraiiee
Dovie. were s severely injured that they
w III die. Lllit others weio more or les's
Injured, none it I thought severely. The
building was torn to pieces and frag
ments ol the boiler thrown a great dis
tance. The iauo ol the explosion Is
-&- - . -
At M t'ttfi linilf I'lbf lilt, lit f'lm,'1..a
O'Couor was still alive, but Tils condition
was stated lo ne very low.
I'.dwuid ( . v oitz, stage manager at the
Kttclttl A l- mill liliern.linlUf. f 'liiv.il.tti-1
died at his residence in that city last even
1 he L'cllCl'al term of the snnn.nw. enni l
ot New York lias decided that ilfiv eliv
lols ol the femalf. acailemy of 1 lie Sacred
Heart, part for tho bulldln'ir ami mirt Inr
the LMnlciiniii) ,.v..fi- .I'l', rut cue
111111.1...-. hllfllf 111 ftVl'ltllll tf.-tlit l.iv.ilti.i.
as being u-ed solely lor educational pur-
I be Al kansas Icl'U bit.irp has iineil n
bill regulating the common schools ol the
State, which create- the olllee ol'sitperiu
Undent ol piddle in-truetlon. Tlie Sec
retary ol Slate has been ex-olll.io super-
1 1.... M.I , 111 .
iiiieimi'iii. 1 ne 0111 was introiiiieed last
winter, and thought lo be an improve
ment on the present law.
At the meeting ol the New York cham
ber ol commerce yetordav, a committee
of live was appointed to consider what
ell'ect Ihe longer eontiiinane'i of tlie .-trug-
do 111 Cllba WPtllll Icivoiill Hie iimtiii.n.rv
ol the country, and whether theehainber
sliould menioiiah.e Gongiv-s lu relation
to the matter.
Coruclcl dally by K. M.Slinnis, coimni-lnii
iniicliaiit, feii;ielnry of the t'nlio II0011I ol
li'iur, nmiidliiK to cmile V. 0v.l Ou
I'oin, llll.Msl, -sckeil ...
l.orn, while, mh'U-iI ifc
it, inlxisl IZf
llr.in, )nr tun Jifl ui
Mini, elt'jut ilrliil 4 iai
Under, choice Niirlliern '.T(i!.-e
lliitti r, clixice Siiiitliern llllnuU Slfcr3V
l'.?(?s, pirilotii Ky,.
Clili'ki-ns, jicr ilozni SI vj:i :m
Tiirkeys. T i!oen 7 un, p. ki
.Viilea, clinlce, jkt bnrrii 'I WMt.l S".
AiMiles, I'oiiiiiiun, iirrUirivl '.' 'O
1'otiltcis, Mi y.nr 1 :
Onion-., ih r barrel 'i 10
Drunkenness Cured !
Without Ineoininltiiee, nt jour lionie Anil-
dole ieiit frii' to any uiMii'M (ill lici lit of one
i' II. Ht'llIIAltH, M 1).
-Manager St. Louis lm-ljrl.ite Ilo.jii il.
Olllcu-1111 Olive .Street, M UaU.
Opium or Morphine Eaters !
Cuicil without lalii or luiMiiveiiiniee, Ht your
home In inlays. Mtilielne-ifor flr-t tlmu mill
In-atiiM iit Mnt fneto iiny in M rem on itnlptnf
live uullars. Slate aniouut n-ed daily.
AiMrvM, 1'. II. IIL'IIIIAIIII.M I.
M:inaj!vr ht. I.oul. Iiit-lirl.ite lloiiiltal.
Olllee 1111 OllvcMiu... St. muU.
Livo Atjen'ts Wanted
To sell Dr. Cba-e's Recipes; or Infor
inatlou for Kverybody, in every county
in the United States and Canada. En
larged by the publisher to liis pages. It
contains over HOOD hoti-ehold recipes, and
is suited to all classes and conditions of
societj. A wonderful book and a house
hold necessity. It sells at sight. Great
est inducements ever ollercd to book
agents. Sample copies sent by mall,
l'ostpaid, for $2, Exclusive territory
given. Agents more than doublu their
money. Addrci Dr. Chase V Slcain
Printing House, Ann Arbor, .Michigan.
-A silver jilnted No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
Sewhi" Machine, hard (piano) 1I11M1,
valued at $.'. Will be sold nt $i()dls
count, on good terms, anil ordered direct
from the factory.
-Colored and mounted .Maps ol the
city of Cairo al S"J .TJ each (ball price.)
A No. 'J Wilson Shuttle Sowing Ma
chine valued at $7."i. Will bo sold at $15
dUcount, and" ordered direct from tho
-A S-'JO l'eiiiington Sewing Machine
$:t0 on for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
boot and shoo manufacturer.
a style "K," "Clough, Warren &
Co,V 1'aiior Organ, right from the fac
tory at Detroit. List price, $1100. Will
bo sold fot 5200.
For any of the above articles, apply a
the Hui.m:ii. olllee. H. A. IliMtSirrr.
'I he Ul'MXilN' 1 i' 1 1 1 1 1 1 K
estalill.liuii'lit makm 11
Sieeialty ol' Hill lleails.
Note HeaiU. belter lleails,
iSlntriiivnts, Ciiiiln, Lie. Look lit Ihem prli'Mi
Small xic hill iis. ih s o
Meilluiu bill lieinlSi 1 r llioiit-niul U ""
All on I'liinleen iiounil aier, in ll-.lt- mills,
r.ueii two ceiitu tier 11011111I higher Hum naner
U'eil hy any nther olllre-ruled to nnlcrut Ihe
millA ejiieclnlly lor this olllee.
hllileiiienls. (.'ail vole, ner ldon.
f II (K
I.eter lleails, C'urlylc, lu r M'l
Nolu lleail, Curlynlc, per inwi...
V imilUKeaiils ier iiackaKe T.';
llunliies cui'iU, .No. I 3-jily llrintul board,
lur 10WI jj fi ,i 4 (m
Iluslmsii cjirils, No 1 lilunk, ) r Hkui oil
Oiluitei-nlieet, liall'-nheel, lull-bluet mul Ihrre
uliiil 11111I1M, mul eoloitilwolk In low M Louis
l'aiuihlet, Hook W01U mill I'llre LUIs niaile
TO THE FRONT 1
JUlisucker U iirei.nml lo eupplv all who wMi
llie.nl, ( aken, ('onlVetlonery, Chlislimm finiily
Iiijh, iiiiil nil uiiu lirt In his line. i:.in ij n.
tendon hali! In li-liur mul lli-iiitnu-ulliiL. llht-Ul.
Ilia, ami .New Vmr'i takii, He U ill" ili paiei
to liiinliili pally suppers on shoil netlee,
1 1 -' I in
f. Ilr-.--- I'M' I'll ! II Welts, ('nslilrr
I'. Ned. V lie livfl. I . .) Keith, Asjt Uili'r.
Corner Commercial Avo and 8th Street,
llnm, (iiliu. Win. Kliue, i'iiIio.
Niir. Cnlni. Win Wullc, i.'iilin.
Su-iuiUn, L11I111. It l IUIIIiiksU-v, M. Lnllls
lliuli r, 1 him II. WeltK, iiliii.
V II. Drliikiiian, (. ,oiils,
A (Jciirtnl I tn ti Is 1 11 Itiislues'i Dime.
JOr.clinntri' -o'il Mini tmuitlit IiihtI pnlil
In Ihi'SiviiiK- llipiullneiil. i ollii'liuiis liiiulr,
inul nil Im-iiH'..-. )inniiitl) iiltemleil In,
CHARTEnBD MAHC1I 21, 1800
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
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A. It. SAKKOItK. PieaMetit.
.s. S. TA VI.OIl, Vice Pre-hUnt.
VV. II Vsl.tJP. ftws'v mnl Tiiutnrer
1'. M. ll.UKI.AY, CllS. llAI.lnlll.il,
I'. Jl Slot KH.ETII, l'Al l. (i Sent II,
It. II. CCXMNUIIAM, I, llAI.I.ItiAV,
.1. Jt. l'MII.I.II',
"J N'l KltLST alil niiili po.ltn at the rule or -11
.1. tier 1-1 lit lier ulililllii. .Muleli Igt mul Sitileli.
Il- Int. Jllteltyl Hot lillt.lltllli Im h.IiII iiiini.
iir.nrij 111 me pTilietiml ol Ihe iuioiti, ItaiT-liy
KlviiiK t tai l 1 1 euiuiioiiiel iiileiert
Married Women and Children may
Doponit Monoy and no ono
olco can draw it.
Opon errry liinlneMilay fi-nmiiii m. tn.Tp n
nml Milunlay evenings for eaviiiK tleiioiits only
IroinO tea o'clock.
W. 11YST.OP. Tr-auiir.
City Ncational Bank
W V IIALI.IIIAY. I're.lint.
IIKXUV 1.. IIAI.I.IIIA V, Vleel'mt.
A II hAKHiltli, liwhU-r
VVAI.'IKIt II VSI.OP, .V't(iuhiir
S. Staats Tavloii, It. II CfsmisoiiAji,
II 1. llAILIllVV, W.I' IlALI.IUtY,
U. I). WlLLUM-OV, TklllLS iflllll,
A 11 Sauiiru
Exchange, Coin and United Staton
Bonds Bounht and Sold.
KPOSITS icvaiunt ami a central ImfiUinjf
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OP
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation.
Acknovrlohfii! by all irood .Munieians lo Ik- (he
nisi nano now inane.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which we huvo soH ovor 40o dumiL'
twelve years past, becoming inoro ami more
popular every day.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORMN.
Splonillil tone, Power nnd Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very lino lntriiiiient, ailnptcil to IiiT-trii-
mental us well as vocal inu.-ie.
All Tin: aiiovi; aim: 01 ri:iti;i us
Iisy .Monthly 1'ayiiieiiln, at low llfures
rcsanlless ot I.lit I'rlcen.
In (,'ro'it variety, liielililui;,' nil tlie now
nml popular niiislu nl tho day.
Orders from the Country
promptly tlllod anil .-ent
violins guItars banjos
I'HKNC'II llAltl'.S, K'l'f., inc.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
J''iUT.Uueil lo Order.
STKINOS Y01X VIOLINS, GUITAltS, ETC.
Ol the llubt Quality,
Classical Studios and Exercises
Of all trades for Piano or Voice.
OTKvory ilen'rlptlon of Musical iMcr
etmiiilli.1) I'uiiiNlind to order, promptly and
ut prices lowur than ever oll'eied helore.
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
.Send for lllu-tratuil Oitulotfiio and I'rlco
List of thenu beautiful troupes.
All Ooods Warranted as Ropresonteil,
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
CvTGroat Medical Book
uml-eervtH lor Liulli-a uiul UiiiIh, (-ul liiul'or
WU HlalUlLS, .llllll-H4,
.VI', .lUSLI'll M Llllly.VL INVHTI'Ti:
Hl-irwlly fot, ilom-iili, Mo.
IT1 TT ra
JL JOL Jli:
mmm , tl mi'lim WIMI V &.t
w-mm-m lkjr;-hn M .T. B.rV.
m- una SU.IU OtfttV
IkJWAKJ mM. .1 Tn-m Til t r "J J - H- I ' U
xjevee, aiva vvasmngton iive.
Comer Biglith Street,
WkU&N ST A
Keacl! idead! Head
Ilnvo Reduced thciv Fntirc Stock
SUIT FOR $6 AND UPWARDS.
ALSO IN FUItlUSIUNG QOODS!
In I'tir Ir- "--"hU In ). ,. in, m -mi .
A PRESENT OF TEN YAHOS OF THE BEST CALICO
Toni ryliiHl.r wlut liiti 1. 1 IV uiii'.uiii ..f m- ii iMUr.
0".ii' u II Iriiil Mid vr will 1 1... im c j lu llmt wi-mem liat llr
IT PAYS TO TI?AD AT
EEILBE01T & WEIL'S,
142 8i 144- Commercial Avenue.
Importor and Wholesale Dealer in
Gfi OHIO LEVE3, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koopn u full rit'ick of
Monongciliela, Ryo and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KVAihY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WBSTES.
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
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. V ft W . 1 ' C "7 V 1 M B
in both their ntorcs, Consistinc