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CYRUS 8. OBSRLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
amcf.i. j. Tii.nr.w,
of New Tork .
thomah a. nr.JtnRi(;KM,
WMIc mutb raay be accomplished by
tbf te method, it mij;ht encourage delusive
expectation, If I withhold here the expia
tion of my conviction that no reform of the
civli ervi:e tn thlscouDtry will he com
plete and permanent until its chief magis
trate U constitutionally disqualified lor re
election; experience having repeats Jly
exposed the futility of self-imposed rentrio
tlons by candidates or incumbent.
Through this solemnity only can be be cl
fectaally delivered from hi greatt tempta
tion to misuse the power and patronage
with wblch the Executive is neeeMlly
charged. From Samuel .1. Tilden", letter
The nobler motives of humanity concur
with the material interest of all in requir
ing that every obstacle be removed to a
complete and durable reconciliation be
tween kin(r;d populations once unnatur
ally ertranped, on the basis recognized by
the St. Louis platform, of the "constitution
of the United States, with its amendments
universally accepted as a final settlement
of the controversies which engendered civil
war." But, in aid of a result so beuciicient,
the moral Influence of every good citizen, as
well as every governmental authority,
ought to be exerted, not alone to maintain
their Just equality before the law, but like
wise to establish a cordial fraternity and
good wi'.l among citizens, whatever there
race or color, who are now united in the
one destiny of a 'common self-government
If the duty shall be assigned to me, I should
Ot fail to exercise the powers with which
the laws and the constitution of our coun
try clothe its chief magistrate, to protect all
its citizens, whatever their former condi
tion, in every political and personul right.
From Samuel J. Tilden's letter of acceptance.
We denounce the Resumption clause
of the act of 1875, and we here de
mand it rejxcal. Xational Jkmoratic
&e tc hen the fruit of industry are
gathered for the use of the toiler, that
they are not toasted Ly the profligacy,
fraud or peculation of your public
agent. -Gov. Tilden.
It is reported that Gov. Beveridge's
Illness was caused by overwork.
Woodlock, a St. Louis policeman, shot
and killed.on the 3d Inst., a youth named
James Lytic, for throwing stones at him.
The dead pugilist, U'alker, recently
killed in the rinjr, was burled at Phila
delphia on the 3d. Thousands ot peo
ple witn3sed the procession.
tO THE PATBOSft OF THF. MNU
Tho most fastidious prize fighter,-or'
rat killer, or tlojr lander, could not have
wished lor a more gratifying result than
that which distinguished the recent light
between Walker and Wccden In New
.Tcrsey. Wccden declared lie could whip
auy Dutchman he ever saw In five min
utes. Wecdeii was man over thirty years
old and a veteran fighter. A German,
named Walker, a mere youth, taunted by
the remarks ot Wccden. agreed to meet
him in the prize ring. They met aud the
German would not give up until bis head
was poiiiidcd into a jelly, aud bis limbs
badly larccrated. He was dying during
the last rounds. A crowd of despera
does and thieves permitted the r it man
to deliberately maul the German boy
to death. In the duello the victim i
generally ushered Into the other world in
a genteel manner, without disfiguring
the body materially, or disarranging the
most faultless toilet. lucllng is de
nounced as a Southern barbarism. In the
prize ring the victim Is hammered Into a
shapeless mass. What are we to call
this ; and why l it perniitttM and en
couraged, in the North J
No lover of the prire ring can bitvt
lo the following description ot the dcavl
body of the German youth. Au artist's
pencil should tracv. tor fiiture reference,
the swollen eyes, the battered tacc. the
bruised temples and r!ehle knuckle.
Walker is under the friendly cover of
the earth, and Weeden 1 where be oujlit
to be in priou :
The body lay on Ice in the second
story room, and a glance at it showed
how terrible must have been the punish
ment the unfortunate lad had received.
Itnth eves were terribly swollen and
completely closed, with deep black and
blue ridges under each. The nose w as
bruised and evidently broken. The hps
were cut and swollen in a horrible man
ner, and the whole face was bloated and
battered out ot the semblance of hu
manity in a manner sinpiy sickening to
look upon. The left side of the head aud
temples were full of cuts and bruises,
and wherever mere was a swoiien iuace,
especially about the eyes, some sharp in
strument seemed to have been used to
puncture the flesh. This had probably
been done before death with the view
ot preventing his eyes closing and
causing blindness, so as to enable the pu
gilist to stand up longer under the pound
ing he was receiving. The body was cut
In several places, as were also the legs,
evidently abrasions from falling or being
knocked down. The hands were cut,the
skin being entirely off the knuckles ot
one, the left, leaving the bone exposed
on tins hand, with which lie seems to
have delivered his most powerful Dlows.
JJoth hands were discolored and as black
as though they had lecu steeped in a
dye. On removing the skull the doctor
found an extravasion of blood. There
were contusions, but no fractures, and
the conclusion was arrived at that death
had resulted from concussion of the
brain, the result of heavy blow s. Several
ot the smaller arteries were found to be
ruptured and the back of the neck showed
an ugly wound. The heart and lungs
were in an abnormal condition and
showed the result of the severe body
blows he had received.
onr troops unless he has them at a deci
ded disadvantage, as the case In the Cus
ter defeat and massacre, .speaking of
this afluir the president said in a recent
Interview : ' I regard Custer's massacre
as a sacrifice ol troops, brought on by
Custer himself, that was w holly unneces
sary -wholly unnecessary. He wa not
to have made the attack N lore cft'ecting
a junction with Terry and GihUui. lie
was notified to meet them on the '.H'lli.
but instead of marching slowly, as his
orders required in order t c fleet the
junction on the "Ji'th. he titer upon a
forced march of Hghty-thrvo mile in
twenty-tour hours, and thus has t meet
the Indians alone on tin- i'dli."
OXF.TIIOI MtJtM OI.OHI l tOriKS
Hinds comity, Mississippi, has conic to
the trout a the colored banner iYmo
cratio county in the Noitlli. Ilcorntlv
one tlioiisand colored vours tovk part in
a IVmocratio proocs-oon in Hinds, while
attending a harNvue. The ooSortl cai
en ot that state are last rallying to H o
IVmocritic standard. Wing cmiv5:v.nsI
that lo publican opptvs-ion to tin- S.Mr,h
involve I.Vro iu the gnnral r-iiai wt'.l
as the white IVmovr:. Ih AVitv a
new adaiir,itr'.kvn of r.ati.v al atUir.
N-levitt that through it rrovriiT w i;l
ajrain return toth Sotiiitem m:c, lNv
bowtue nicer plentiful juvd rr'.U
be, an-.l llnr-ir horm pcrwsrvri
and happy. Many of them hare
been leading vagrant an I wander
ing lives. Orit:ir.g with their fvmlie
wherever the chance of labor presented,
attending elections at the bidding ot
government agents and shrewd money
making colored men, and subsiding as
be?t they could. They are tired of that
sort of thing and are revolutionizing
their native section in a way that is
alarming to the carpet-baggers and paid
agents ot the administration. Missis
sippi is destined to go Democratic, even
though Grant quarters half hi j army
upon the people of that state.
Tun Ktntc Ji rimhas n new name for
eon! things. It calls them ohcrly-aii."
Sarcastically - and where is the other pa
per that has so much sarcasm with a "k"
on .hand? the . . says: "What
profound logic; what cviiiMtc wit;
what far-reaching and w ide-contprchend-Ing
political sagi -it y we have in the re
mark ! Only :iu lerl. could have con
ocivod II, and for want ! a word prop
erly lo dcscrile it. we must invent one
and call it ON rh an." So
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1: :!rr, r:' (her ,,vs asd t: form an
IU ssi an oftlcers are taking a hand in
the Servian troubles. They shoot
down laggard Servians, or drive them
with pistol and saber to battle. Russia
with her wild Cossacks w ill soon enter the
When Wheeler advocated his Louisi
ana compromise he wou the applause ot
the people ot the South. Now he is In
favor of remanding the South to inili
tary rule. What position does he occupy
In the estimation of those people?
The Chicago Timet says that the Ger
man tide of Independent voterdom is
surging strongly Tildenward, and that if
the election in Indiana were held to
day Uncle James Williams would carry
the day by at least 35,000, and possibily
The Memphis Avalanche says: "Cupt.
J as. Lee, jr., attended a few day ago a
Republican meeting near Mound City,
Illinois, w hen a "confounded Democrat"
proposed three cheers for Wheeler and
Wilson and the motion carried by a
unanimous vote. Thus it is that the
presidential race is now run In those parts
by the sewing machine men. Machine
politics have done it."
Vakdly, a colored lawyer ot Knox
vllle, Tetin., announces himself a candi
date for governor of that state, because
the Republican convention, to which he
was a delegate, failed to carry out his po
litical vlewa. Governor Porter, the Dem
ocratic nominee, is willing to divide
hh time with Mr. Yardly, and Mr.
Thomas, the other independent candidate.
Mr. Oberly, who was once upon a
time the reputed editor of this paper,
denied that Wheeler, of the firm of llast n
wheeler, had defined the word 4'Egypt"
to be "ignorance," and casually re
marked, that Wheeler "would have done
bo, If he bad thought ot it." The State
Journal, catching inspiration from the
auburn haired good man Phillips, in
dulge, at Obtrly'g expense, in a lew
paragraphs ot red-haired wit. It laughs
at Oberly, and spoils his 'joke" by mak
ing him say Wheeler "could" have done
the Egypt definition If it bad come Into
his bead. It la true that our intelligent
compositor that luftrnal wretch who
has made Oberly bald made the mistake
before the Stat Journal did ; but nobody
except an editor working under a red
haired candidate for congress, would
have neglected u have corrected such a
mistake. Oberly does not care tor the
Stat Journal? paragraphs; but he U
chagrined at the thought that hi humor
waa routed by his type-setter and the
malic Of the Stat Journal. He desires
us to k tha editor ol th Matt journal
to make tulraMe reparation or die on the
RUTHERFORD'S FEW RETURKB.
Another ournailstlc parasite baa been
at work. He belongs to the Northern
Ohio Democrat, and has produced from
tho closet of Rutherford B. Hayes a
skeleton that cannot be put under the
sod without considerable trouble to that
individual and his party. It proved a
bad move to the party of corruption and
thievery when it attempted to fasten the
crime of false swearing upon Samuel J.
Tilden. Honest Investigation showed
to the people of the United States that
Mr. Tilden's record was clear in that re
spect. But investigation did not stop
there. It sent a newspaper parasite
tthat'g what they are called by tho Re
publicans) into Rutherford's closet, w ho
found the skeleton, lugged it out and
laid it down by the side ot the Kilpatrlck
letter. The parasite's exposure places
Rutherlord iu a very bad light as regrads
tax returns of personal property, for the
last three years, made to the assessors of
the first ward iu ihe town of Freemont,
The parasite ol tho DemnenU says:
"Personal property other than non-taxable,
valued under the will ot Sardis
Burchard at $32.000,of which R. B. Hayes
was devisee, is returned lor taxation un
der the oath or R. B. Hayes at $3,500.
Three watches, the aggregate value of
which is $800, are sw orn to be worth
$l.r0 in W3, while iu 174 one of the
w atches is sworn to be worth $300 ; tour
carriages are returned as being worth
$250 In 1ST J, while the maker of one ot
the carriages states that Mr. Hayes paid
him in that year $5X) tor a single carriage;
one horse valued at $500 is returned
as worth but $100. Iu possession of a
piano, he has failed to make a return
thereof, as tho law ot Ohio requires.
With over $100,000 worth ot pcrsoual
property ,Got. Hayes has returned under
oath lor the past three years less than
$0,000 worth for taxation."
There is nothing vague or complicated
in these charges. They seem to bo par
ticularized with a refined minuteness that
is startling with a minuteness that the
commonest intellect can understand und
retain. The charges are embraced in a
Very short sentence ; but It will cause the
production of many thousand sentences
by Republican white washers in an at
tempt to blot the record out.
DEFEAT OF THE :RVI 4i.
The Servians, under General Tcher
nayeff, suffered a complete defeat In a
late engagement with the Turks. The
battle occurred at Alexiuatz. a small
fortified town on the Moravia. It lasted
eleven hours and a halt, and was w aged
on ground selected by the Servians. For
some hours the battle was mainly be
tween the artillery ot both sides. The
Turks turned the Sciviau right,
when the engagement became
general, and the carnage fearful.
The town of Alexiuatz was filled w ith
wounded and dying. A correspondent,
describing it, says : " A stamied; from
Alexinatz soon took place, and lor ten
miles on the road to Ix ligradc there was
almost a compact moving mass of car
riages, wagons, oxen, horses and pedes
trians, all going at full gallop and run
ning into one another every other in
stant. When the high road became too
crowded, resort was had to the fields
and through them) thft oxen dragged
their wagons or, as was the case iu many
instances, only wooden yokes, the wa
gons having been loft behind, lest they
might impede more valuable beast iu
LOST ITS FOIICE.
Defeat a simon-pure Radical iu au ar
gument, und he will resort to expletives
ol the most redundant character, in
which the flag Is very prominently pre
sented, riddled by southern bullets. He
will have nothing to do with a party that
upholds a people that fired upon the
flag. The maiority of the Southern peo
ple lor four years fought against the
flag of the government, and have left,
in common with the soldiers of the
North, an imperishable record for Amer
ican valor and endurance. Should four
years war, against the government, by
the people ol the South, brought
about by the immutable cur
rent ol events, obliterate their devotion
to the cause of liberty during the revolu
tion ot 1770; their distinguished services
in 112, and indomitable courage on the
field of Buena Vista, and on the route
from Vera Cruz to the City of Mexico?
Are not these past services, and the pres
ent devotion of the southern people to
the luminious flag, sufficient to outw eigh
a four years strife that could not have
been averted? The expressions about
the flag, rebels, and a return to the slave
system, are contemptible and used only
by narrow minded and bigoted people.
W li. i x. t r
I 1 I
i u t w m;i s
Notwithstanding the great precaution
ary measures of the people along the
Southern conFt and in inland cities to
avoid a return ot the pestilential horrors
that prevailed in Memphis and Shrcvc-
port a tew years ago, the scourge of the
South lias again made irs appearance, in
Savannah, aud is considered epidemic.
1 he disease is spreading rapidly, and in
the heart ol the city a case of vomlto oc
curred. Children and young people seem
to be the direct object of its attacks.
The city is fast becoming depopulated,
aud those leaving w ill not return until
the cool nights of the fall months bring
the health-inspiring frost.
!Md. oHf vrrvivr-terit, sVinvi-
ir.g v-.;i iMiio. o.fvptMd ii5, rnvmoi.t.
::;o honu- i
VNv'.K K:t;v li U.l" M I liKW
to-Uy, sud i: the course ot lus rin!n
latious s;t; jl int.i the com I IhhIms
The brvihrvn ol the KcpuM;c&:i loM lu
in,r st tiie evv.ni'k'. deponent asked
leave to scan the publie record, and lie
hadn't 1tu ti.gAgedat the t.ik a jrrt.it
wlnie before he lH.vaiiiclittr.illv iet ruled.
Could he tru his own cjts? V hat !
Ruthy Hayes, the good, the pious, the
all that is eminently respectable, a iht-
jurer, a swuuuer, ami ttiat not away
back in Lut ng.tin ai. l &ain as Lite
as 1S74, In 5, at.d lsT'J J is. vt rily, miles;-
the record of Suudusky county is a
lie, and such a thing is
NOT TO BK lri.CTKl,
Gov. Hayes is a fraud of the wort des
cription, a penurious cheat, and th.t in
the l ice of a great fortune that came to
himlitcially without an effort. Hut to
the facts. Old Sardis liirchard. Gov.
Hayes' uncle, died in January, Wl, leav
ing his nephew all his proierty. esti
mated at a valuation varvlng trou'i $250,
(XX) to SliHUMJ. Alde from this he be
queathed about SUI.OOO to various par
ties, most of them distant relatives.
Uncle liirchard w as
MINK IUO I.IHKUAI.
In his c-timalv, but the lat lime he
listed his property under oath the total
reached the figure of $'j,'.in2. This was
in 173. in ls7l. Gov. ll.iyes having
conic into possession ot every partich: of
his uncle's personal property, to which
all he had previously held in his ow n
name must be added, li.-ted the total at
$2,531. The following year, 171, with
out having made
AM SI'KCIAI. ADDI'lIoN,
He returned a total of $0,120, und last
year, iu spite of the addition ot a $500
piano, of w hich no mention is made in
his return whatever, though specifically
required by law, he reduced the total to
?5 .'2'UJ. Now note the items. liov.
Jlayes had received a considerable for
tune from his wife added to which was
the great wealth of his uncle, w hose
ready cash at the time of his death
is estimated at from $20,000 to $30,000,
THE COXSCTKXTIOfS CIIHI-TIAX
Returned under the head of money a
grand total of $1K). I he two following
years he went himself precisely $200 bet
ter. Is it not a curious coincidence that
he should have been worth for two years
on a certain day ju-t precisely the same
sum, to-wit : $3D0 in ready cash t I it the
line of watches he returned one in 171
which he valued at jxxj. The
following year the value of this timc
p cce was reduced to $2h, ami the same
this year. Now H is known that
UNCLE BIKC'II ARD HAD A WATCH
Ix;ft to Gov. Hayes by will. IMd the un
gracious nephew spout it? It is also
known that .Mrs. Jlayes sports stu n a
bauble. Why was no mention made of
that? Now comes the clincher. Under
the head "all personal property not in
cluded in the enumerated items" appears
iu 1N74. Sl,wni; in i7j, s,uou; m Jdi, a
total ot $4,01)0. This covered mortgage
notes still on record, which should have
liecn given in lull every subsequent year,
aggregating over $!).X HI, Added to this
A l,AI I.KI1V Ol-' I'AIXl im;s
Valued at the lowest at $2,000, and n 1 il
rarv representing at least $2,00!) more.
Though these are inside figures, bete is a
total of $13.tHHi, to w hich at lea-t $2.00o
or $3,000 of the household goods should
le added, aud yet the total for IS I Is but
$1,000 Increased to $0,120 or $5,710, re
Hpectivcly, in 175 and 170. The mort
PRESENT A Sijl AltE ISst X.
There is no dodging them. They repre
sent a specific sum, eu ry cent of which,
according to law, should havo been re
turned lor taxation, and yet Rutherlord
1. Hayes has altixed his signature under
oath to a statement entirely ignoring this
Item. More than likely some unctuous
defenders of the perjurer will maintain
Nos. 87, 3S, a. 47, 4S and 4l
.Vn.l kit the Ksrlitil I'ltinl ll.nl f .1 to Male uii
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
rr Oflrrrtl lo Ihe I'uMir.
Ma.lc OnlT l v
Excelsior Manufacturino Co.,
".. t'i. k and ! N. Miin -i
M. l.oui, .Ml.
ii or it. s-
fmt 0 4 mm i wv j w $m.
St.OiiarlGS JiOtOl , HORSE SHOER,
sold ii v
C. W. HENDERSON,
Am mwmmnm f 4ln, nttmm ' It'r.nF'
the kvmU-iu. brniK" ' UaiintiK and wind coiir,
ami autijt'U Ihe intli nt to tfrvat l-oitily snll. r
ing. A Kint-'Ie dose of
Tarrant's BelUer Apareat
will cunwt (lie aridity, r!;cvc Ue pain, rairv
ill tlie olti-nditur ru-, and me Hoini'tinieH a
a Idiik 1 of illiii'-. 1 im pflecls are i-'rnllc ami
thoruiivli. and its K''DeruI life would prrvt-ut
iiiiii'Ii tnll ri nf .
snl.li liY a T.I. li:t ;;! ST".
ee:;:-d to the mil
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor $2 .00 Per Day
Special Rata hj Wk or Month.
A limited numlx-r of very ilrlrblr tamilv
rtw.nu an be -tiirr-l at n-ai-ulialile rli- lor Hit
Ihe M. ( hrli- ik the )ami'tiii Ux-.-t aiiint-
ej HuilM in fvmthern Illinois, ami It the lralii
h(.ul in Cairo. tw liliUuiilinR i lie
Kck" rv-liiLtion in riw4, the uttdc will, an
uml,t lilrally mi pliwl Willi IbeTery brt
of eer'thinK ttiul ran tie found in market.
1- ine larire nuniple room fur romutercial trav
elT, on Kround floor, free of rharire.
tJAII liaifmtireol nuit conveyed to and Iroru
tlie liotel Williullt rlmrife.
JfcWKTT WII.coX A C O.,
4 li'-tf IT'tlTH tnH
SIXTH STREET. Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufacture bla own Horaa Bbocaand
can Aaaara Oood Work.
A .lay til In. rue, Afrenta wonted. Outfit
uml Uriiis fi-ee. 1 Ittfc. A CO., Aiiku-Im,
It J on want relialild iuluriuation, nliereaml liow
to itrt a rheup Farm or uovt rnment Home
stead tree tteud your addrena to . J, (ill.-M'l(l-.,
Laud U'liiiiiiiMoniT, Ijiwrenrc Kamtaa
and rereive gratia u r.ojjy of The Kanaaa l'a
to Bent.. Sample fiee.
It KK.KY. Atl-la, Maine.
l'lebidunt Grant saya tbat the future
policy ot the general governiueut towards
the warlike Sioux will Insure a perma
nent peace, and tuut all this play must be
(topped. The reservation Indian are to
U removed to the Indian Nation, or the
Missouri river region. A strong military
barrier will then be placed between
tho peaceful and hostile Indians, eliect
ually cutting off euppllea and communi
cation. A11 the hostile! who vUlt the
reaervation are immediately disarmed.
One harsh winter in that portion ot tlie
country, without food lor theinselvea or
families, or forage for their innumerable
droves of ponies, will tame the war
like 81om, who fails lo light
on au empty stomach, or
when bis white enemy appears In
equal uumbers. Grant does not believe
that Bitting Bull Is a tactician ot a blgb
order, but wily and unwilling to tight
hew York toxvfcxoio.
Owing to Mr. Seymour's declination,
the Democratic state convention is ic
quested to reconvene on Wednesday,
Sept., 13, at Saratoga, und nominate
candidate for governor.
AHH AftHAN KLECTIOM .
Tho election iu Arkansas, on the 1th
liikt., is conceded to be Democratic by au
We uhk the State Journal, iu all seri
ousness, if it does not believe that Its
Wheeler would have tie lined Kgypt as
the heeler of Boston did, if be hud
tliought of it Y We want to be fair ;. and
wo think sometimes for a second or two
that the Journal wishes to be honest.
We are therefore confident, that if our
question should strike the eye of the
Journal In one ol its houent seconds, it
would join with us In our assertion about
the Sweet William of the lla.onwhetlcr
that a man of
ruthy's easv ways
1 not to be held accoiiiitutilc like other
men. Tlie S'J.000 mortaaire for a term ol
three years may hiive been mi oversight.
tney will argue. Would such an easy
going tnau be tit lor the presidency in
these times y Uut, hold He is not so
careless, alter all. He cnu bo quite
minute, and particularly where it costs
little or nothing, and under the bead of
sucep ne has not lulled to lit an old
lamiiy bachelor ram that has for years
nrowsect around tlie yard, and under
11IK HKAD ov UOi.S
he gives one in 1S75 and three In 1S7C
1 he oillcials of the recorder's olllee.uevcr
ureauiing ot eucu a sute ot things, were
utterly dumbfounded on becoming
aware ot this discovery, and aeknowleuar-
I'd that it was as clear a ease of perjury
agaiuht (Jov. Hayes as any ever presented
uciore a court
"eli-hrateil for Itn Pnrltr. Ktrrndh and Flavor
Unrmnted lo Keep I'lrklen. We fluaranlrr It tt
ei.lireiy iree irum ttuipnttrtc Ana or uiner upinni
miiturnnre. with which Mot Fln'ffar In adulleratea
r ule liv nil Grocer. Larseft V linear Work, In (In
World. K,Uit. IMS. E. L. J'i4UbblKO COCUcaso
I P CNTCJur lare life-like Hteel enravini
MULII I JL, the I'reriidentul ( aniliilnle m-II
.,c J Iiupully. hem
$5 to $20KrS."!
henil for ciri'ulur. N.V. Kn-
home. Fnmplea worth
Minnun A Lciiiipuny,
QKKxtru Kine mined la
In. w ith uuine. In rts.
lo.vsi, A t o , Numsuu, N.
in Itellaloiia aud Aarlrnlturul WeeU-
lien llHll-riee. reud lor CalaloKiie on ihe
I.i-t I'lan. ror iiiformatlon, addreH,
GEO. P. BOWELL A CO.. 41 Fark Sow,
PAINT AND IIJS.
Blake c& Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Cloae.
MLT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Oornor 1 9lh St. and Commercial Aw
C. O. PATTER & CO
rOHMINAIOM NKRI'll A MTU.
STTIATTON i BIRD,
AOENTS AWEHIOAN POWDEB
Orderfl for Coal by the car-load
i,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
ttWTo large consumers and all
aaanufaoturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
tnonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIKO CITT GOAL COatrAJTY.
rIUUiday Rro.'cofflee, No. "0 Ohio Lcvet.
tfrilalrfday llro 'a wharf boat.
-At at-? plum Mill, or
If-At Ui Coal Dump, foot fTautfKlgbtll
tyi'oxt me Drawer. w
(how da shine)
5T Ohio JLeveo.
BOX and BASKET CO
I amT A Caaaawja"j at wm w . wj
I Jin?) fKH H
dMUl i!U UP Hill
A GREAT DISCOVERY !
I It IMC line or which ewy laniuy may
their I.inen llwl UriUiani iwlwh liw uliar to line
1 laundry work. Savin time and lalKir In jroiu
! Iuk. mora liiaa IU entire coat. arrauted.
i Bold By Drufgiiti and Orxon E7rywher
CINCINNATI WESLEYAN COLLEGE,
FOR YOUNO WOMEN,
ISejiiu h :i."tU yeur Ktpt. I !IU. Faeulty
nuiubera Ul, Maiftilucaut buildini;a, Rener
ou table. Thorough ejiir.e iu Kuxliab,
Si'tenee, CluaHicn, aud Moderu Laugua,'ua.
l'uurpaed advantages for inulc und art.
Addrut tlio 1'ieiiidaut, Uv. lavid 11.
Muore, U.U., Cineionati, O. 7-e-dAw-K.
The li. A M llailroad t o' 1mw ! 'I lia Pea
Airiit iihuial aud hU ck Country in Aiiitri'-jil
GOOD LANDS IN A GOOD CLIMATE
l-ow irie. lAJiirredil. Iir Karta aud
freiKliU. I'remiuiii Vr l"loveiiiema. rree
r'asa tu Laml Unyer.. f"'or lull oartieiilrra,
Cl'ly lo II. A M. It. itCv-, burlini!luu, Ivwa.
vVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
alwaya on band, tbe celebrated ilhiniiuating
Oornar EUvanth Street and Waahlna
Alt kinds (bard and soft.) I
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &o.
Mill Mi Yard,
Jorner Thirty-Pourth Street and
ASK rOll DOBBINS'.
& CO., 13 N. 4th St.
I. II. OIIKIIkV. w- 'TT.
CAIRO CITY BmDERY,
w. xr. PTATT oo
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Buildlna-, Cor. Twelfth SUaa
and Waahinirton Avaaua,
tYC'ouiitr and tUilroadWork a 8iiialtT ,
G. D WILLIAMSON,
And Deuler In
K. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SPKCIAX atunlioi give locfcusifniueuU aa4
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Bhawntetown. Kvpa
and all way landings.
The elegant aide-wheel steann'r
No W Olilo lvoe.
WALTBH B- PK"NIMUTON.n.
Will leave Cairo arery. WDS8DATal
o'clock p. n.
The fleet aleamer
Iave. Cairo every 8ATUBDAY.
T . If.
Kach boat make cloae connection! at ( alro
wUbnt-claa aleamera for bt. lma. Meiu
riluandKew Orleana. and at fcTanaville Willi
iheK AC. K. tt. forelliioiuUNortuaud fcaal,
ind with the llouiavllle'iiail Btoaiaera foall
uointeonthe L'pper OUio, iviu thromsb re
oe4U on frelKhU and iieMeuKera to all MmU
Uir.l!iih Infonuation apply to
HUL. HlLVkU, Vaaaenger A.enl. .
UAUaUA 1 onus., .
ouperinlendent and Oxntral rwiabl Ageat.
ia-W-1 r . t an U1 initiana.