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U t B UH grOBERLY, Editor
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
i ,"M PreaWkeit, " ,.
' i 4ritL J. TII.DF.N.
THOMAft A. lir.XDRIOHN.
While inucb insy be accomplished j
tbesa methods, it might encourage delusive
expectation l( I withhold here the expie-
nioo of my conviction that no reform of the
civil nervine In thli country will he com
plete and permanent until it chief magis
trate l constitutionally disqualified lor re
election) experience having repeat sJly
exposed tb futility ofelf-impoed restric
tion! by candidates or incumbents.
Through this solemnity only can be be ef
fectually delivered from hie greatst temp'.-s-Uob
to m'ifUM the power and patronage
with widen the Executive l neccisarily
charged. From Samuel .1. Tilden'e letter
The nobler motlvea of humanity concur
with tbe material interests of all in requir
ing that every obstacle be removed to a
complete and durable reconcilintion be
tween kindrd population once unnatur
ally e. tranced, on the basis recognized by
the fit, Loult platform, of the "constitution
oftheUblted States, itli it amendments
universally accepted as a final settlement
of the controversies which engendered civil
war." But, in aid of a result so beneficient,
the moral influence of every good citizen, as
well as every governmental authority,
ought to b exerted, not alone to maintain
their Just equality before the law, but like
wise to establish a cor Hal fraternity and
goodwill among cit zens, 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 clinuld
otfdlto eiercise !.ba povera with whic h
the laws and tae constitution of our coun
try ctothe It :hief magistrate, to protect all
its citizens, whatever their former condi
tion, in every political and personal right.
from Samuel J. Tllden's letter of nccep
tasee. We d-nounct the Resumption chink:
4f the act of 1875, and we here de
mand its repeal. Xat tonal Ih uwralie
.See when the fruit of industry are
gathered fortht use of th- (oiUrs, that
they are not wafted by the. profligacy,
fraud or peculation of your public
agents. Gov. Tildcn.
John A. Logan is on Lis way to Cairo.
To-lav lie will make a speech in Curbon
dale. The Patriot says : "The Hou. John
11. Oberly and Billy IlarUcll were in
town Monday evening;, canvaxsi.ig for
In 1S13 Tildcn opposed Charles Francis
Adams for vice-president of the I'uitrd
States. Now they are working' in tie
hurnes of reform.
KtDlicD has a new paper, the Courier,
published by DeJournett & Co. It U
Democratic in polities, and will, of
course, meet with success.
Gov. Palmer shows that John A. Lo
gan, in 1852, Introduced a bill into the
Illinois legislature to sell Into servitude
all free negroes who entered the gtate.
Ihe aulUvan-IIauford case was post
poned, on the Cth inst, in the criminal
court of Chicago, until Friday, 6th Inst.
Leonard Swett will assist Mr. O'Brien
in the defense. Sullivan killed Hanford,
recently, in the city of Chicago, because
Lis w ife's name had been tued in connec
tion with school affairs.
Taa Chicago Time ays : "Wherever
Governor Hayes' trail Is struck, the same
ominous malversation lu taxes is noted
a, a result. In Cincinnati the year beiore
he made his Fremont exhibit lie had
f 1.700 to list for taxes, but the very next
year with the great fortune ot his uncle
he had but $2,000."
Thk Statt Journal says : "Hod. J. 11
Oberly, late of the Cairo Bi lleilv, hay-
tag thrown off the caret of newspaper
management, is making speeches for Til
den and Hendricks, down In gTpt,
with Dave LInegar tt al." Yes, they
are going to talk about honesty and re
form dowo here, then visit your Mttion,
and perhaps take in a slice ot Indiana.
Sol Smith Ri sill, the actor, will
marry on the 13th Inst., in Bobton, a-
daagbter of W. 1. Adams (Oliver Optic)
On the 7th lust., LU brother, Hub D.
Russell, engaged in the same sort of
amusement, and united hiuiself with
Miss Lillian M. Brooks, formerly a mulc
teacher in the Conservatory of Music,
Jacksonville, 111., the home of the two
Faisvu Ackekman, ot the Mound City
Patriot, says we arc John II. Oberly'a
elder brother. Are wet The family rec
ord don't say so. Thut'a the only thing
we have been kit in sjuce we lcame
acpualnted with the family, but consider
it immaterial, having made up for the
deficiency in time by living faster than
jonn. coil us oau, out uoirt say we
are older than our brother.
An exchange says : "The Drmuerai
published at Weston, West Virginia,
hitherto a Democratic Journal, hauled
down Us colors and came out on Tues
day for Uayea and Wheeler." The first
evidence ot the work of the savings of
Hayes' from the Ohio income tax. Such
aptwdy conversions are very thin Indeed,
list financial plank ot the RcpublkAfii
proved too nocb tor ttw editor of the
t ?! w err MART t.TlirIASt.
The opposition make a frrent Ui
over their success In fossilized HrpuplW
ran Vermont. It wn hardly worth look
ing after by the Democrats, having only
five electoral votes. IHJn't we get Ar
kansas the other day, with ber alx votes ?
and are wo exulting over what we knew
would be a certainty ? and will we make
any unnecessary row over our coming
victory in Mississippi? When we take
Indiana Into the Democratic fold, and
forever stop her loatlng around the
ReDubllcaii throne, we will '. Illumin
ate every I)emocratic house In the land,
and light up the darkness of nhiht with
Democratic rockets. In the llrst battle
we took in Arkansas' six electorals to the
Republican's Vermont five, and we arc
ahead. In the State of Indiana we spiked
the Kllpatrick gun and drove It to New
Jersey, where it will prove a useless piece
of artillerr. The battle is fierce in
Indiana, the Democrats using
with great effect the ammunition
forwarded by the Chicago Time from
the little town of Fremont. Those tax
shells have dropped their pieces Into every
Radical camp in the land, and the
wounded are lying p round loose, in the
hands of ablo Democratic doctors. The
attack proved so sudden and bril
liant that the Tilden tax assault
was entirely abandoned by the Republi
cans to close up the breach in the
Hayes' wigwam. A big Democratic
laugh is resounding throughout the land,
accompanied by the sneer of honesty, and
field glasses are leveled on Indiana where
the battle rages between the lavender
kids and blue jeans.
Hayes does not deny the discrepancies
on the Fremont books, aorting that he
followed a prevailing custom in rating
his taxable property and lands. If he
followed a prevailing custom, that cus
tom winked then with a very conspic
uous eye at general perjury in a religions
and refined community, and appears to
have been a onesided custom, very much
in the interest of the parties taxed. It
would appear to the man up
the mast, that the Republican party
acted unwisely when it made an nttuck
on I'licle Samuel's chancer. It was
considered a thunderbolt by the Repub
lican managers, hut turned out to he
forked lightning in the hands of the
Democrats. This expose has put Huth
erlord B. llayea before the people in his
true lightas a perjurer for the purpose
of keeping a lew dollars in his capacious
wallet, thereby throwing the burden of
taxation on the honest poor, whose
worldly goods are too small even to
admit of a false oath.
The Republicans say "Trove to us
that Hayes is a perjurer, and we will take
his name from the ticket."' We say to
them read that which is being published
in every Democratic paper in the land
and be convinced. They reply" Those
statements are Democratic lies. ' But the
Republicans in Fremont and vicinity do
not look upon them as lies, having ex
amined the records document that will
last, perhaps, for many years to come as
a mark of disgrace to the name of Ruth
erford B. Hayes.
THE NIOCX WAU.
Crook and Terry, witii infantry and
cavalry, have been tramping around in
the Yellowstone region in search ot Sit
ting Bull. It is evident, from the fu
tility of the search, that the bull ceased
to sit after the Custer and Rose Bud af
fair?, and incontlnentally fled the neigh
borhood of his mighty achievements,
leaving a cold trail for the pursuing
soldiers. Rumor has It that Sitting
Bull is thoroughly disturbed in mind
about being called a white man. The
name does not suit him. He is studying
Chinese military tactics, considering
them belter adapted to Indian warfare to
Anything he has in his library ; and says
that Custer put on entirely too much
style for an Indian fighter,
and would have profited by reading a
description oiBradock's defeat. In a few
words he refuted the prevailing belief
that he wore Custer'a boots, and said
that Lc adhered with sublime faith to the
moccasins which were the primitive
covering to the feet of his ancestors who
crossed our lakes a thousand years ago.
As to the name of McLean, he prefer
red Smith to that any day, owing to the
traditions hauded down from his fore
lathers about that numerous lauiily.
His 10,000 ponies are in good health.
icv aul., oi the Auna lmui, savs
that Colonel Ben Wiley t-peaks hopefully
of his prospects for congress. If the
colonel could have seen the great out-
pourhig ot the sous of reform, on Tues
day night, to hear the Hon. Win. Uart
zell speak, and w ituesMrd the big torch
light proo-Sdion, heaJed by Captain Mo
HunVy a Sweepers, lie would not have
felt liopetul for a moment. The colonel
Is not popular with his party, while
Hartzell It a favorite with the Democrats,
The colonel's military record is bad ; bo-
sides, t at little atU'ir of the farm is not
good lor the colonel ; and the knowledge
that the colonel permits bills to remain
unpaid for twenty years ha a tendency
to cause mercnant and business men
generally to look upon him as a bad
kr larnnvuie, ills., and old man
named Klrke recently died. After his
death it was discovered that the house
contained an unusual number ot small
boxes. Investigation showed the con
tents of the boxes to lo drugs, perfum
eries, wines, brandies, etc., and that the
articles had formerly been in the posses
sion of A. Merrill. St. Louis. A tele
gram was aent to Mr. Merrill, w ho visit
ed the place, and discovered about $2,000
worth of his goods. Kirke's eon had
been a clerk for Merrill, '.and had spent
about a year accumulating stock for a
business of lila own. In some instances
he atole whole boxes just as they came
from the importers, simply putting his
own name on the boxes. Klrke Is now in
England enjoying" sea brjezes and $hort
Am Indian named Sioux Jim, 4 with
UmUy, left th war trail and took Irfujj
In the Red Cltil genr. Amerlean
Hone, chief of one of the bands at the
agency, under instructions Irom the com
manding officer of the post, attempted to
take Sioux Jim 'a aims Irons him. That
warlike gentleman, perhaps fresh from
the Custer massacre.inade a stand against
this unnecessary and despotic measure,
and was killed ami disarmed. From
what we know of the noble red man and
his manner of disposing ot w hite women
and children, we believe American Horse
has illustrated the policy that should be
pursued in regard to disarming our
American noblemen, to-wlt : Kill and
then disarm. ;
The Jonesboro Gnsette says: "A
man who has the presumption to de
nounce the Savior of the world as a fraud
and Importer, would certainly have no
scruples In denouncing Democrats ns
The Perjury or aov. Ilflysst.
If (!ov. Hayes Is an honest man n his
tax dealings with his fellow citizens, the
records at the assessor's ofllce in Sandus
ky comity do him grievous injustice. If
lie has paid tlio taxes imposed by law
honestly, the records belie him, and he
owes it to hmse)f and the people who
suport him to have the entries clearly ex
plained. In 174 Gov. Hayes fell heir to
the immense fortune and estate of his
uncle, Sardis Birehard. JIo was ap
pointed by the will executor, nnd at once
was master of every penny of the enor
mous fortune. What evidences of the
reception of this fortune do the assessor's
lists show i
In April, 174, It. B. t'nder the same solemn
Hayes made this decla- form in April. 1H7S, Mr.
ration: : Hayes oresented this
I, H. B. Hayes, do'list. made out by hid
solemnly ulhrni that to own hand:
the best of my knowl-il. Horses, :i, vol-
edpeand hel'ef, 1 have! nd nt :i"0
listed or exhibited to 2. t ows. -J, valued
the assessor all the per-! at .'i
Komi property, money,1!. Sheep, 1, val-
credits, over and above lied at "
investments in bonds, 11. Pleasure carri
stocksjoint stiK'keom I aires, 4, vhI
psaies, or otherwise, in tied at i'A
my poBsesmoD or uniier 7. value nouu-
my control a.s owner or,
holder or as husband,
parent, guardian, trtiA-j
tee, executor, adminU-l
hold (roods ot
gold and sil
na ware, Jew
of every kind,
(or sbnres in
and all other
a r 1 1 c 1 c of
perty rot In
cluded in any
of the forego
ing or sub-t-pient
of this tate
trator, receiver, ac-i
counting officer, agent,
attorney, or lactur. on
the ilay preceding the
secmd Monday of April
ls;ii, which are subject
to taxation under the
laws of this state.
Sworn to and subscrib
ed before me this 22i
day of April, 174.
It. U. Hayrs.
.toti Bri k, Assessor.
Mati nientot personali
proerty, moneys, cred-'
its. etc,, nubjeel to tax-,
ation 111 Sandusky Co.i
I .t the year li"T4 belong-1
Ing to K It Haves and
lifted by K.B. Hayes: :
1. llorcs, 1, val
ued at - f,n
2. ( attle, 2, valu
4. Sheep, 1, valu
u. Pleasure carri
etcs. 'i. valued at
Uil vulueof the
ftrt 7 items.. av.fij
Uold and sil
3, valued at...
7. Value of holism- n.
hold goods and '
furniture of ev- 14.
try iiJ, gold
and silver plate,
4 hinawure jew
elry, books, far- '
grain, wool, ag- ;
rictilturul pro- j
ducts of every
Value of all
draft an de
banks or oth
ers kind, lumber. ill
Dogs, :i, val
ued at 2-
boaut.canalu to, :1
(o r shares in ;
such boats) and i
nil other articles I
of personal pro- ;
perty n at i r-
cluded in any of I
the feregoing or I
iUnis o f this I
Total value of the '
first seven itenioJl.KM,
Gold and silver
witches, 1, val
ued at S .T"
9. (I'iann furies, ;
11. Value of all
moneys In my
possession or on f
depot ite. sub- 1
ject to draft on j
banks or otners iv
1j. (Values of cni-
its. etc.. none.) ,
1G. Bonds an d 1
18. Dims, 1 1;
Total value of all
the Items .....:, isi
The same fortune.it will be noted, leaps
from $2,51 in 174 to $0,130 in 1875.
Tet there was no increase. Last April,
with the same fortune in his possession
A'liich could hardly have fluctuated so
greatly In value, Mr. Hayes made return
under oath as shown lu the assessor's
Statement of personal property, mon
eys, credits, etc., suqiect to taxation in
Sandaky county for the year 170, 11. B.
Hayes, and listed by R. B. Hayes:
1. riorses, ', valued at v
2. (attia, 2, valued at
4. fcheep, I, valued at 2
6. HogK.i, valued at ;
Pleasure carriages, wagons, etc 4'f.i
Value of household good and furni
ture of every kind, ((old and silver
plate and china ware, jewelry, books,
farming utensils, grain, wool, agri
cultural products of every kind, lurn
lier, coal, wood, stone, tUamboaU,
canal 1km la, (or slurcs in such boats),
and all other article of peraonai prop
erty not included in any of the for-
g .Ins, or aubiesiunt items of this
Total value of the Drat seven items .
.!d and silver wt-h9, 3, valued at...
triauo lortcs. nuuti
10. Monthly average Value of all goods
ua uicrclianatMt owwaor lill by luc
.luring ibc yemr, or rt iMinsof, end
ing day preceding Ui accoud Mon
day of April. lTo
14. Value ot moneys, io poaiettion or on
acKjsu, unjwi to draft on demand,
wuh bonks or othars
1'- (Values ol credits, etc. , uoue)
17. I ogs (ouinlier must he sworn to i
valuaiiiunt Im stated but need not be
warn to) 'I
Iotal value of all items I .,710
In April, 1&74, Mr. Ilnyes' uncle re
turned his taxable for tho same oronertv
which was lett Hayes as a fortune, $9,082
wuien was consmerwi a riuicuious in
adequate representation of tho swollen
estate, let. inls74. only a vear lati-r-
Gov. Hayes, who w as not w ithout proi-
erty of ids own before, reduced the
$9,112 to the amazing $2,581 shown iii
his own statement under oath. The
next year, 1875. as If conscious that this
extraordinary tailing off must be uotieed
by tho officials, he cautiously increases
the whole taxable list in a fortune of a
half million of dollars to $0,130. On the
very same properties which, three years
beiore, his uncle had returned a list rated
at $9,12. The next rear, 187(1, in April
last, three months before his nomination
at Cincinnati, he cut the list down again
to $5,710; though, as the records show,
ids property had really increased instead
o diminishing. A local paper at Toledo,
which makes up the statement from per
sonal knowledge of the editor, cays :
M'he win of Sardla Birehard. who h.
queathed to R. B. Hayes fully fifty thou
sand uonars in personal property, as
was admitted to probata January 29,
1874, and as Governor Uayea was the ex-
ecutor, wituout bond, be became possess.
cd ot all the property devised to him by
the will at ice. Birehard returned in
personal prosertjr, exclusive ot money,
credits, notes, hook account, etc., $!i,682
to the assessor in April, 187.1. and Gov.
Uayea, after having all that Birehard re
turned added to what he owned previ
ously, returned to the assessor for taxa
tion in April, 1904, all his personal prop,
crty, not included in the 17 enumerated
Items, f lXm. Was this perjury ? In
March, previous to making his re
turn to the assessor, It. B. Hayes held
mortgages! notes against I. E. Amesden
for $4,000. Interest six per cent., payable
annually, due in 1S7S, and nl.o against
Kdwln Van Dorn, Martin Mnrarity.
William J. Andrew, and A. ,T. and
Elizabeth II ale. amounting to $5,075, all
bearing six per cent, interest. He did
not list thu $ii,C7." for taxation, although
he has held the notes since ls74, previous
to making his returns for that year. H.
B. Hayes returned a gold watch ut $300
in 1874, ard in 1875 and 1870 returned
three watches. Including the one returned
in 1374. nt; $200. Was this perjury
H. B. Hayes did not return n piano in
any one ci the three years, although he
had one in his parlor all the time, and It
is the boist of his admiring neighbors
that the one now in his parlor cot $R0.
Was tnis perjury? II. B. Hayes returned
In 1S75 ami' ls70 three horses at $:5t0,
when his neighbors know that he values
one of his horses at $500. Was this per
jury? It. B. Haves returned in 1875 four
cnrrlages at $250, when It was well
known to many of the citizens of Fre
mont that he paid Mr. Moore, a manu
facturer of that city, 500 for one o them,
and had a plm ton that cost $:150. Was
this perjury? Thirty-threo thousand
seven hundred dollars were left in his
hands in bequests in the will of Sardis
Birehard, which (Jov. Hayes was not re
quired to pay over for three years, and
he did not return a single dollar of this
money for taxation. At last he only re
turned $:$00 in his hands in W. Was
this perjury T'
Nor is this succinct arraignment the
most conclusive in the terrible train ot
false swearing conclusively fastened upon
the governor. As executor without
bond Mr. Hayes was the possessor of nil
the bequcKts made in BircharJ's will,
amounting in the aggregate to nearly
$10,000. I'nder the terms of the w ill he
held this money three years befire pay
ing a pen ay to the legatees, save interest.
Yet under oath he denies the possession
ot a penny of this, legitimately subject to
taxation. Kvery available plea on behalt
of Hayes has been weighed scrupulously,
but the conclusion is reluctantly forecd
upon the render that he wilfully for
swore himself far the gain of a few thou
sands of dollars.
The I'rlii' I'ltchl.
First Hound Both men spar cautious
ly, Gum tailing into Allen's corner. '1 he
tipurrinj Is rather tiresome lor the crowd.
1- irst bOod for Alien and a clinch and a
fall, (its on top. Time, seven minute?.
Seco id Hound Allen strikes Uos on
the lips ami slightly staggers him ; (Joss
has gien Allen some heavy body blows;
(joss' mouth bleeding ; fall for Allen.
Third l.ound Close lighting, Allen
Fourth Hound Exchange of fast and
heavy blows. Allen, by a terrible blow
on Goss' neck, knocked him down. Time
Filth Bound After considerable spar
ring, Allen struck out and fell short o;i
tiosa' ftce; in return received a blow in
the stomach. This did not seem to wor
ry Allen, and lie returned heavily on
(joss' body, and gave him u fearlul one
on his damaged eye. tioss retaliated,
and, after sharp, half-arm lighting, (ioss
went down to avoid punishment.
Sixth Hound Both men promptly to
the scratch. Allen leading oft, getting In
on Gosb' face. He repeated tlii, getting
in another blow on (jos' damaged rilit
eye. Allen linally fights Goss down.
Seventh Hound When time was called
the Covington Light Guard appeared,
and Uie tight ceased.
Cincinnati. September ".After being
dispersed by the militia, a second ring
was formed, a short di.-tance below Wal
ton in Boone county. The sheriff was
present, but hadn't a sullident pone to
Eighth Hound Goss threw Allen,
though the former was severely pun
ished. Ninth Hound Gos forced the light
ing. Allen finished the round for him
self with heavy blows on (Joss' face.
Tenth Hound Heavy blows ex
changed ; Goss forced on the ropes ; the
fighters were parted by seconds.
Eleventh Hound Goss leads the fight
ing ; hardest fighting in this round.
Twelfth Round Both Goss' eyesba lly
swollen; Allen knocks Goss down.
Thirteenth Hound Terrific blow on
Goss' mouth ; Goss on his knees.
Fourteenth Hound Goss threw Alien
by a clinch ; foul claimed, but not al
lowed. j Fifteenth Hound Heavy, close fight
1 ine: both badly punished.
sixteenth Hound In chasing Allen
about the ring Goss slips and falls.
Seventeenth Kounu Goss knocked
over the ropes.
rJehteentu itound Goss knocked over
Mneieentn uound Goss plants a
stinger on Allen's body ; close lighting ;
a foul claimed by Goss. but not allowed.
1 went let n Jiound Both fall.
Twenty-first Hound In close fighting
Goss falls and is struck by Allen w hile on
his knees. A foul claimed and allowed.
Fight decided in favor of (Joss at 11:50
Allen shows little or no injury about
tho face. Goss terribly beaten almost
blind. Time of light, 1:52.
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Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor $2 .00 Per Day
Special Rfttea by Wslc or Month.
A tiruited numlxT of wry d-iral.!e lumily
roMins ran be (wunst at riimonalilc ratf lur tin
Minnncr iiidii I lis
1 hi' .M t Hark s is the largest and bf-l ai.miiit
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f ine laiyt sample nioins for coiiimi rcial trur
elrrs. on ground Ho,.r, free of rliartrc
tf All liairirairrof irn-ts cuiiitj is I to and Irom
the hotel without chaw.
ii.wt rr wii.'i- i o.,
4-1'. -If ll'.ii.H..r
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Corner 18 th St.
and Commercial At,
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Au.l Dcilir la
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
QPKCiALsttantioi Riven U consignments an 1
No SO OUo Lavas.
SIXTIT 8TREET, Botween OniO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures bla own Horei Shoes and
can Aaaure Good Work.
, PATRONAGE SOLICITED
MT. CARBON(Big Mudfly)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
i,on, or in hogsheads, for Bhipment
aromptly attended to.
Hay To large consumers and all
nanufacturers, we are prepared
u supply any quantity, by the
nonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITT COAL C0MFAHT.
rj"llalliilay Uro ' omc-, No. 70 Ohio Lev.
V-Huiritlav Uro 's wharf boat.
It-At Kioi'tia" ilills, or
lfA Uic Coal Pump, loot of Tautr-EiKbtb
t (-Pwt Odlw Hrawpr. vm
A GREAT DISCOVERY!
Hy the use of which every family may g-ive
their l.inea that brilliant jmllsh peculiar to line
lauii'lry work. Having tiiueaml labor in irom
in, more than Its entire cost. Warranted.
Sold By Druggists and Grocers Everywhere
A5-K VOn DOIilllNS'.
DOBBINS. BROS. & CO.. 13 N. 4th St.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Faducah, Shawneetewn. Evans,
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The cUguut si'le-vrnccl stcum i
Will leave Cairo every
The fleet steamer
leaves C'uiro every
Each boat make close connections at Cairo
witu lirst-clasa steamers for i?t. l.onis, Meiu
uliis and New Orleans, and at Evanaville witn
IheE. C. H- K. foralliioinUNorlUrua fcaat,
and Willi the Louisville Mail hleaiuera fo.all
poiuU oil the rpper Ohio, BivinB turouKli re
oeiita ou frelghU ana lioaaengi m to ail voiuts
urther Information apply to
BUL.feli.VKB, Vaaoenfet Agent.
1IALUDAT BKOS., I Agentt.
OitO O. J. OBAMMEB,
duperlnlenleot and Otneral r wight f'f'
W$ (how da shine)
1 im mn arm m.
(Or If plsvcel la a lint, erir)
10 WILES OF
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
KVEHV 9T(VK. H
Wherever L'sul or hnlil
Ot K NEW SIZES
Nos. 37, 38, 39, 47, 48 and 40
Are a Marvelous Combination of
An l all the Essential roiuts that ft to Make up
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
:cr stnerril l e I'ul.lir
Ma.le (inly by the
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
So. BIJ, i.M, i,l au.Hls N. Main1-!.,
SOLD 11 V
O. W. HENDERSON,
'-t- w r1 . -a"' m A w
Am otrriliias of dlnasr often rleranirc.
thr aystem. brings ou flatuleru an. I win. I colie,
an. I sulijecu the (wtient to great bortl y fiiflrr-
ma; . A single (lux oi
Tarrant's Seltisr Apsrsnt
will correct tha aciilitv. relieve the Daln. rarrr
oil Hie odrndino' cause, an.l sara aomelirues a
a lonir siar.l of illness. Its effects are arrntle an. I
ni'.rouKii. ana iu geuerai u wouJU prevent
MiLI TV At.L II(l"fGlST9.
A rtav at home. Arrnu wanted. Outfit
ana terms Ire. TIlL'E 3i CO., Augusta,
If y on want reliable information, where ami how
to tret a cheap Farm or covcrnmetit Homs
ta4 free sen4 your a'Ure.s to S. J. OIL
MuKK, l.atnl Commissioner, l-awrence Kansas
a,.H rwvlv. irratll mnv ul Thl Kuilas Fa.-
CC-'77t week to airenu. Sample free.
iQDl 1 11-. o. V1CKEHY. Antrusia, Maine.
.'v.r.,.H fo. t. Pwii. ssMeaianilBT1sivAr
IS arramed to Keep Pickle. We OMraatce II t.
BeeDtlrelr free from Sulphuric J4oroUir Jsleteri
usuhsuoe.nih which Mot flntgar Isadoluratel
for sale all Urocer. Lvgest VlDegar Works la tlw
WorU. iuS. isss. B. LTp&U&SUia CXX.CUea
PCIITCI'Jur large Iife-llka steel erpravlD(r
AUCnlOLl the 'residential Candidate sell
.K Iraiiidly. bend for circular. N.Y.Sb-
18 m daysVraving Co.3ft Wall st..boi 8i8fl,X.Y.
JBc a aaa per day at home Samples worth
arv v v".l free. I
Btinsoa A Company.
Eura Fin mlxHt Cards, with name. 10 cts..
jKMtpaid. L. Joins A Co . Saau, N-V
in RHlaTlona ajsd Awrlcallarstl Wfck
Urn llnlf-prlee. Send for Catalogue on the
List I'lan. Vor information, address,
GEO. P. B0WEXL CO.. 41 Park Sow,
B. F. PARSES.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
sVll Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Always ott band, the oelebrated illuminatin,
Corner KUvanth Streat and WaatUasT
t. It. OUK1U.Y. . W. TTATT.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
A.. W, JE-ITATT c OO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Balldlnir, Cor. Twolfta Stra
svnd Waahiarton Anos),
CfCouoty and BaUroadWork. a paclaltf