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CYRUS 8. OBERLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEdOCRATIC TICKET
4 HI I I. J. Tii.nt-x.
uf Sow York .
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While imu h may tie ecomplii-liol y
tb-e meUiotU, It illicit encfmraKeilcliMivc
(xrtation If I witlilioUl lif-rc tlic cxpiex
iot of my cntivl' tioii that no reform of Hie
rivil reni:e In ttilscsuntry will In rom
pleto nnl priiuanpr.t unlU its rlilt l magiv
tralo IsconMi-.utlonally ill-tqunlitlnil lor re
rlertion; exoerie i,co having it juateilly
ixpO!oil the futility ofielf-iwpo'eJ riMrU
tlona ty candmatt'n or, .incumbent.
Tlirough tlii aolemnity only tail lie lc f
fectually delivered Irom hi great tt t'mj!if
lion to msMie the vower and patronusre
with vbici the Kxn-utive i necessarily
rharireJ. Ir'roin Samuel .1. Tildtn'a letitr
The nailer motive of humanity eoncur
witlitbeinstori.il interetU of all io requir
ing that every obtac'e !e removed to a
eoiupleto and durable- reconciliation be
tween kiuili ?l populations once unnattir
ally estranged. on tiic tiiii recognized by
the St. Lou'h platform, of the "constitution
of the United Statea, itl It amendments
universally accepted aa a final cettlemeut
of the controver ee which eiitrendered civil
war." But, la aid of a remit o benctieient,
the moral influence of every good citizen, m
well as every governmental authority,
ought to be exerted, not alone to maintain
their just equality before the law, jnt like
wise to establish a cordial fraternity and
good will among elt'zens, whatever there
race or color, who are now united in tbo
one destiny of a common self-government.
If the duty shall be aligned to me, I ehould
ot fail to eicroifo Ihe power with which
the law and the constitution of our coun
try clothe iU chief magUtratc, to protect all
ita citizens, whatever their former rondi
tion, in every political and personal right.
Krom .Samuel J. Tilden's letter of accep
tance. We denounce the Resumption clause
f the act of 1875, and tee hire de
mand its repeal. Xational Dmioratie
See tthen the fruit of industry are
gathered for the use of the toilers, that
ting are not uxistcd ly thr profligacy,
fraud or pernlation of your jmblie
agents. Gov. Tilde n.
John A. Log ax
spoke in (.'atbondule
Mork troops arc to
Carolina and Florida.
be cnt to South
Gex. Shkrmax and Secretary Cameron
are out on a tour of Inspection.
It is believed that a treaty will be
iigned by Ejrypt and Abyssinia to-day.
Hayes Is lu favor ol limiting oflke
holding in the United States to American
IIavl-s was always In favor of contrac
tion of currency whenever a tax-gatherer
hove in sight.
Asothkk Lopez is carrying arms Into
"aba to the Insurgents. He landed a
Faikha.vk'h majority hi Vermont only
reached 23,527, which is considered a Re
3I 1.4 V. Tji.okx, brother of Gover
nor Tilden, died at Xew lbanon, New
l ork, last Satut day.
Late dispatches published in this is
sue seem to confirm the reports ot the
capture of Ross Tweed.
Edw in D. Morgan, Republican nomi
nee for governor ot New York, sent $10,
0"0 to Indiana for campaign uses.
Twksty thousand stand of arms have
he-n sent to South Carolina to asi.-t in
making large and accurate Republican
ilo tion returns.
th Oih inU Um: Iemoerats of
AluiobuiiCUjr, la&MHk, uurvlMsl in a
prooetiou two miles long, lllue Jeans
Mid Ute Tail Sycamore cpoke.
Iue princely fortune left by Sardis
urcuaru u ijaycs, mentioned in Lis
Wographical sketch, is seldom Kjroken of
now by Lepubljcan .ajrs. Jt has been
retired uutil after the campaign.
TmkkCooi k bed-d 'l the expres
sion now generally ued by good Retmh,
licam and Utmocrats to express their
teelingi In regard to the man who will be
IIms incing of causing a waste of votes u
xne i luted States.
It may be true that Storey u adver
tising the Times in the oast, auiong the
-uiiurcancs, in ma expoM of Hayes
but he get up about the most readable
advertisements of any tirm now doing
uiifinesi in the I nlted States.
inc uurur-Juurnal sayi : "In the
Roletun hours of the night, when Mr,
Hayes and the folks are -wrapped In the
Ueep Eluinber of conscious iuuocenc
those three watches come dancing out on
the mantelpiece ; and while the most an
dent tUlie feu ftblf keepsakes calls out
lu a tafff rackd by time, All hands
aroun,' (he enter Ira Jinglo tbeir main
springs and distinctly chime lu with
TlWen, TU-Jcu.' it Is considered a bad
for the slumbering candidate'
r.i.t iii4i. torM
i li fiul'joiiH'il tnble jrlve the nuniWr
of electoral votes to each state. From Its
figure fiK-eulatho lHmo rnl inny ilx up
their iMniliiteil eouc lupous us to the re
ultof tlio chn tion In Novi-mlnr. Imllana
With Iter fifteen vote, nti-1 Oliin w ith In r
twenty-two, are now U'iuif lookol after
with considerable mtlHtU'to by members
of both pnrties. From the numer
ou recruit of colored men to the
I eiwcratie force In . tlte South, It Is
Ix'lieved that scetioii ot the country
will j?o almost solid for Tilden and Jleii
ilrick. The strategic army ot (Jrant will
fro lar to assist In this matter, as Demo
crat will call upon t'nited Slates mar
shal to protect colored 1 democratic
Voters in their rights at the ballot 1hx,
which arc now seriously threatened :
New Y l li -
'ou'li Caroliua.. .
, 1 ; ,4rknnM -
1.1 w est Virginia
I-." Vermont ....
. 1J New ilamihiie .
II MinncxoiH ,
1 1 Klioile Inlanil
. !' 1H-Iiire
. .s, Colorado
. el Totni
Ilcpublicanism feels bad over tho fail
ure ot its odious method to blacken the
character of Samuel J. Tilden. and at the
disastrous results to the Republican party
that arose Irotn it. The charges ajfa,nt
Tilden have been almost entirely aban
doned by candid h'epublican jotirnals,atid
their titiu is now entirely taken up in
writing' verbose delenses of Hayes.
That the character of the Republican can
didate for president has suflcred prcatly
in the estimation of honest men, there
can be no reasonable doubt. The
sustained eharg-es against it have weak
ened that partynot in any particular
section ot the country hut all over It.
And yet the best paper in the United
States, the Chicago Times-, continues its
raids upon this vulnerable rart of the
Republican carcass, and daily brings
away a corrupt piece and scatters it
broadcast over the land. Oh, that Uncle
Sardis Kirehanl were alive to witness the
tribulations of the possessor ot the fam
ily ram. to whom he gave the princely
fortune that always vanished at the ap
proach of the tax-gatherer.
The Indian commission held Its first
council at Red Cloud agency on the tth
inst., one hundred ami lllty Indians, in
cluding Red Cloud, Red log, Old-man-afraid-of-his-horscs,
his son Sitting Bull
(Ogallalla ftioux), being present. The
government will attempt to remove the
Indians to the Indian Territory, as the
best adapted to agricultural pursuits and
permanent improvement. In considera
tion of the compliance ol the Indians to
the wishes of the government, they are
to be furnished aid to assist in the work
of civilization, schools, rations, etc. The
arrangements for their llnal settlement in
the territory are minutely complete, and
if accepted by the Indians, we may sec as
prosperotn and Industrious people made
ot these rude children of the mountains
and plains as tho inhabitants ot the In
THK rilKLP SNt iMttL.
Recent developments gecm to show
that the scandal raised against General
I'helps, Democratic candidate for gover
nor of Missouri, was remorselessly ma
licious, and propagated by icckless
persons for political purposes. The lady
whose name has been connected with
the scandal, testifies that he did not in
sult her, and that an act of gallantry was
magnified into a wrong. The lady
shrinks, through modesty, froui a public
statement of facts connected with the
The Vienna Yeumnn, of the 9th Inst.,
published the following: "lion. John
II. Oberly, ot Cairo addressed quite a
large audience at the court house last
Saturday, on the political issues of the
day. His speech w as logical and seemed
to interest all present. Ills reasoning on
the financial question was forcible and
pointed, denouncing the resumption act
of 1&75, showing the impossibility of
resumption then, as there had been
no preparation for that pur
pose, the government hav
ing squandered the immense revenues
of tho people as fast as they arc collected.
1 hat by the resumption uct desponden
cy and depression in all kinds of business
is the result. In reply to the cry ol mur
dering negroes of the South, he showed,
even from Republican pajiers, that the
Republican office seekers rejoice when
ever riots take place in 11m South, that
the riot are connned to South Carolina
aua Louisiana, th wily two Matca under
l,cpubUean rule, while the other southern
talc are quiet and ieaceable. Let ev
ery man hupartiilly hear democratic.
..M...v..a.. uiiu luuepeniient speakers,
and then Judge for themselves what par
ty will best subserve their interest."
Tom Ai-lkx, on being recently intorro-
gated about the prize fight, said : HI 1
hadn t been afraid that 1 would have been
killed I would have gone In and crucified
him. Just look at the chance I had
when I knocked him crazy on the rone.
I could have given him a smack on the
Jaw then and knocked him out of lime,
but I saw the gleam ot a revolver in the
hand of one of Goss' friends, and
thought of my lite." The courageous
reporter replied : -Well, a game man
never thinks of such a thinir as tht
Alleu quickly, remarked, and sensibly
voo: "aou i be: Well, let a man be
stripped in a ring, and then let him see a
couple of pistols drawn on him, and see
if he won't think ol his life."
w atiehsox says the Fremont atll Ja.
1U Intimate that a monster scheme has
men working jis way In the mind of
uutherlord V. Hayes since the d.atu of
IncJe Srdis. It is believed, from the
number of w orn out and battered up arti
cles ne iau gathered around him, that hi
aim in lite Whs to (-tart ti rrmnd national
curiosity shop, or c siwih- ot n vast cen
tralized pawn broker establishment.
Some of the Fremonters are of the opin
ion that the ram was Intended ns the nu
cleus of a menagerie.
Thai Ited llud Cuiirirr editor seems to
lie riled at the editor ol the Waterloo
Time, lie Speaks of his contemporan
eous rival in the following strikingmnn
ner: "That poor, pitiful, hair-brained
Tool of the Waterloo Times Is unnecessa
rily bothering himself nbotit the business
nllairs of Ibis Journal. If he will give his
attention to his own homo affairs, and
. ami make his paper worth some
thing, he won't have so much cause to lie
ViMlor to I lie l.oMlln Monoy
Mukinir smelt in I'll A STiiH lrle
rilttit-Tfir i'iil'iiill-Tli' TimIi-lmii-'iilrllf
I'lllt.ADKI.I'IIIA, Sept. ", 170.
As the autiiiim advances and the weath
er becomes tolerable, the influx of visit
ors to this city grows larger. In this
vicinity, Forty-llrst street, West Phila
delphia, two large hotels, the Channing
House and Hotel Aubrey, are crowded
to overflowing, and stiil the people come.
The people ot the city, the business por.
tion, disappointed in their expectations
in the summer eaon, arc picking up
spirits with the better ptospects of the
tall; but large a? the number of visitors
to the exposition may be from this time
until it closes, the hotel keepers will be
great losers, as the prollts ol the next
two months cannot possibly be large
enough to cover the losses of the earlier
part of the season.
Hut the IMilladelpliians will do what
they can to bring about so desirable a
consummation, and the hacktnan and
baggage men of the city are no exception
to the rule. It costs the centennial sight
seer seventy-live cents to get his or her
trunk from the depot to his or her desti
nation, and the ride to the same place
costs anywhere from one dollar to three,
dependent on the plethora of the pocket
book and the willingness of the sight
seer to pny. A little judicious exception
to being "gouged" may secure a convey
ance for a reasonable sum.
A miZE I KiHTKR'S PEATII.
Much feeling has been excited in Rhila.
delphia by the brutal murder, in the
prize ring, at l'ennsville, New Jersey, of
Phillip Koster. a boy of twenty years, by
his opponent, Weeden, both the parties
being of this city. Koster is said to
have been a young man ol
exceptionally pure habits ot life, whoso
only fault was his fondness for the exer
cise that finally proved fatal to him. Ilut
ho did not wish to fight Weeden and as
forced into it by a gang of roughs in this
city. He begged to have the fight
stopped several rounds before the fatal
one, but his backer w ould not consent,
and the sickening affair went on until he
tell insensible. lie was taken out of the
ring, placed on a boat for this city, and
deserted by all but two of his companions,
died in half an hour. It is said Weeden
had his hands poisoned, intending to
strike Koster hi the eyes, swell them up
and close them. Every person who had
anything to do with the light, even to the
man who served refreshments to the
lookers-on, has been arrested, and if the
state of feeling continues as at present, all
will be i'liiiished to the full extent of the
Koster had a very largo funeral on
Sunday. The I'uhlie Ledger announced
his death in these Hues :
Knne knew him but to low him
Nune name.l him but to prairie.
At the head of his coilin suspended a
w reath of (lowers prpsenled by his young
friends, and in its center w as a card lienr
ing the words
ISufe in the urmg of Jesuit
Hafe on his pent'e breast.
Thereby love o'enhaduwed
Sweetly may his foul rest.
Tin: t i:rKMAi..
Several days at the centennial grounds
have convinced me that a visit to the city
of brotherly loyc this year is really
worth the money jt costs to make it.
Hut I shall reserve comments on the ex
hibition for a future letter, only giving
in this letter o few bits of advice to Cairo
people who contemplate coining here
before the exposition closes. Those
who do not visit friends in
the city will find it to their advantage In
fccveral w ays to secure hotel accommoda
tions near the grounds. This saves long
and very tiresome streetcar rides, not
inexpensive if indulged in by a party two
or three times a day. Wealthy people, to
whom three or four dollars a day for car
riage hire are of no moment, will t.ot
make a note ot this piece of advice. The
centennial visitor of the feminine gender,
ii she comes merely to see the great exhi
bition, will discover that sho has made a
mistake if she has prepared an elaborate
or expensive outfit for wear here. A
short dress that escapes the ground and
the danger of being stepped upon by per
son In the vicinity of the wearer, will
bo found the must convenient and com
fortable. Linen dusters and suits seem
to be the favorite with travelers.
Philadelphia ladies wear Scotch gingham
suits and occasionally an inexpensive
SllK. I have Vet to sec a er.sllv nr .!.
gant dress worn on tha centennial
grounds. The ladies apiear to appreciate
the fact that one goes there to n-c and
not to be seen.
Cairo ladies w ill perhaps be Interested
in a lew fashion notes. The two promi
nent colors of the tall and winter season
are and will be navy blue of tho darkest
shade, and cardinal red. Suits made ol
navy blue aie uot infrequently trimmed
with red bows, these being disposed
wherever there is tho least txeu.se for
placing one. Klatk dresses ornamented
with bows of carditiil red, down the
front, on the pockets, on the back o the
basque and on the sleeves, find great
favor. The children's fashions ure VtfIy
pretty. Little girls wear stockings of
solid enrdinal red, saOie", hair liblmm,
nit k ribbon mid hut trimming of the
same color. Or the stocking, "ash, rib
bons, etc., will he of navy blue, mid
sometimes of brown, though this color
does not Tiijoy the almost exclusive par
tiality accorded to it a year r so ngo.
Occasionally a suit of solid navy blue is
seen with sash of tho sameeolor.ln which
case the stocking are l striped blue and
white and the white hat I- trimmed with
blue, all of the same shade. All these
lashions, ns I tnh he fore, are very pretty,
but one prevails here that I believe west
ern mothcrs.'orat least tho-clii our own
much-abused little city, are too sensible to
ndopt : Children from two to live years ot
age, arc seen with drcs-e and drawers
above the knee, and stinking hall way
below it. The style I neither pretty nor
healthy, but is very common.
CAIItm I M.
Ir. Gordon and his daughter lvlla
were in the city this wn k and last.
I'hey had quarters near the centennial
grounds and did the -eio-i;ioii thor
oughly. On Saturday la-t. I met M-r. Gold
stine, of the firm of (ioldstiue tV Rosen
water, of Cairo, in the main budding with
his wile and two daughters. They bad
just arrived and in common with every
body else, whether on a lirtt or subse
quent visit, wen; deeply impressed by
the immensity of the exhibition.
Th Story of 111 Arrest iti tUotiiii.
liruiiMl-HrlttlU il .'IiIIkkI ly
till i ell I lie k.tcnl Was llroiiclil
AImmiI 'I iif "OI! Malt'- mi lilt Wny
Home A ten I II.
Lomuix, September Hi. A Herald -pedal
says : A dispatch from Vigo states
that on Wednesday, the lith inst., on the
arrival of the Spani-h bark Carmen at
the quarantine harbor of San Simon,
Vigo, trom Santiago de Cuba, the gover
nor of the Province of Ponte Vedra
boarded her. The governor was accom
panied by some of the secret police, and
inquired tor two fit the passengers. He
ordered their detention, and having con
sulted some photograps, arrested them.
They were tsccrted by a detachment ot
TAKKX TO COHANXA,
whence they will be transferred to Ha
vana on the Spanish mail steamer leaving
on the 21st. On tlair arrival in Havana
they will 1m handed over to the Ameri
can authorities. Their baggago has Iweu
sealed, and goes with theiiK It is beleiv
cd there that the two prisoners arc Wil
liam M. Tweed and bis secretary.
Madrid, September 10. It was found,
in July last, that Tweed ivas in Santiago
de Cuba, hav'tig passed there from Ha
vana. Gen. Jovellar was applied to by
the American Consul to have Tweed
secured and sent to the I'nited Siates.
Gen. Jovellar was quite willing, even in
the absence of
to oblige the American government, in
return for its courtesy in the Arquetti s
case, some years ago. Tweed, however,
was apprised, in Santiago, of his impend
ing danger, and sailed for Vigo, Spain,
on July 27. on board the. sailing vessel
Carmen. Mr. dishing thereupon noti
fied the Spanish government of the fact,
and found it willing to arrest Tweed and
return him to Cuba or deliver him up to
the American consul. Every precaution
was taken by the Spani.-h government to
secure Tweed's arrest in any port of
Spain or any coast-line by which he
might arrive. Several orders were given
TUT. LOCAL Al'llioRITIKS,
especially to those of Vigo and the ;a!ic
ian roast. On Sept. C the Carmen hove
in sight oil' Vigo, and wa imrnediately
boarded by the governor of the Ponte
vidia. The governor at once recognized
Tweed from photographs which be lias
had in his possession tor . sonic time pre
vious to the arrival ot the fugitive.
Tweed was entered on the ship's papers
under the name ot Seeor, and was ac
companied by a man giving his name as
w m. flunt, who is said to be Ins nephew.
Both were immediately secured and
thrown into the calaboose, under a
strong guard, but were subsequently
transferred, by order, to a fortress in
Vigo, under command of tho captain
The first secretary of the American le
gation has requested the extradition of
Tweed, and lie will, consequently, be
handed oyer to the American authori
ties. THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
is I lie .i-imi: OI
LINIMENT, Which has stood tho test of 40
There is no soro it will not Ileal,
no Lameness it willnotCuro.no
acne, no rain, mat Afflicts tho II u-
man horf v. ni thn hni) ni iT..nn
, , J ' ' wj vr a
OP nthnr nnmactin emww.i un
- uuiuiui, IUU i
aoes not yield to its magic touch.
A bottle costing 25c, 50o. or $1
hnnrtfVnn iTrl tfm lifr, re n ir.,..
Preul.K: and Roistorcd to Life and
wouuuvva many u valuable
(hoy pa shine)
tU J A&j& I. vASa
A;5?.REA-T DISCOVERY !
thi.i i i. V hinli very ntmlljr mar jrlve
W irj,S''k thill-mi. lb..r in iroiu
Ml By Drttg4i,ti tni Orocirt Bterywher
ASK foil IiOiUSlN'.
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ivitiK tlRin ooiniKiuii'l iiiU rcst.
UniTiod Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no ono
elso can draw it.
Orion s vi ry tiuainrss itay rtom Ha . m . to 1 i . m .
li .-aturiUy rvt-niiia lur nviiitf il KbiU olily
ruiu ti to e o'clurk .
W. HYST.OP. Tfaaurnr
Lincoln Butter Powder
Gooil 1'ri't.li llntirr all llio Yi ur lloiui
BUTTER IN 20 MINUTES.
Lincoln flutter Powder U an entirely
liarink'sH article made irom a etlebrateil
Kniflish refi'ii.', and bow in daily uu by
many of the mo-t noted farmers in the
butter counties around i'liiladel Iiiu.
Id Lot weather tliis Powder makeii butter
much tinner and sweeter than IttiMially is,
and keeps it from turning rancid, it also
removes ihe strong tlavor of tnrniH, faille,
weeds, corn stalks, cotton fceetl, etc.; and
the inereared yield of butter inuc.li more
than pays the trilling expense of iisinj it.
3.1 Out I'cr 1'ucktik.e.
Witoi.ESAi.it Dki-ot : Wi Market .t
37 Conrt Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
Corn all forms r,f PRIVATE.
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i. H. 01JKULV. A. W. I VATT.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
W. PYATT CO.,
HINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bull, tin Bulldlntr, Cor. Twelftb Streo
ttuU WtiiaUuiirtoa Aveuwn,
iJC'o'iutr mid ItailroadW'ork aSlwiulty
' C A TR L P E T
aiXTnSTKEET, Botwoen OHIO
LKVliK AND COMMERCIAL
Manufucturtts his own Bnrnn Shorn and
tun Assure Oood Work.
, PATRONAGE SOLICITED '
MT. CARBON(Big Mutiny)
Orders for Coal by tho car-load
:,on, or in hopBhoads, for shipment
jroruptlv attended to.
tisryTo largo conoumcru and all
nanufacturcrs, wo are prepurod
;o Btipply any quantity, by tho
nonth or year, at uniform rates.
CA1K0 CITT COAL COMPANY.
I f HulliiUy llro .'nfller, No. ?() Ohio Levee.
1 fIlnirnliiy Hro 'h whurlliout.
I r l.tf tiun Millri, or
It"At the .il iMiinii, loot of Tlilitr-KiKlitr:
tlW f)fii-4' UrHvriT. 1M
jTr.n no at.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawnootown, Evans
villo, LouiHvillo, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
Tho cli-irant mIiU'-h Uit ' mii.'i
ARKANSAS BELLE, v
WALTMl II. Pf SNI-fliTOM-.... Muxtcr
( HAKLa.. I'k.SMM.ToN 1. I k
Will Itwvi' fu'ro i-Try WKIiSKSDA V ut
o'l'l'M'lt v. 111.
1 lie llii t hli aim r
iu. 1 ii.iha. '.
Iavr-s .ir. vvrry HAT L'lfll V.
Kurh tMiut nuikes co&e connfctioua ut Cairo
With llr-st ajliini utmn.iTH for ht. I.oiiih, M1111
lliin ui.il New OrlfaiiR, noil t l-.nsville with
the K. A C. K. H f.iralliinl8 North ami hawt.
aodniltithe Iuinillr. Mail hti-anu-r fui-all
tiijiiil.t ou tlic l jiH r obio, kiviuk through rr
cell t 011 Irt ighU au'l iiarHKirH to al) ixjinta
ior urthfr iiirorirmlion Bjiiily to
Ul. MLVhll, la nfrr Atri-nt.
J. 11. 1'HlXl.Ii'S, I Ajfi'uU.
Or to U J. OUAMJll.lt,
s'lilN-rintt'inlrnt aii'l (Ani-rul Kreilit A fc-ent,
l'-i-M-lv. KvariBf ill luiliaua.
4'IIHWISMIOK IttHt IIANT1.
" " STRATTON & BIRD
AQENTS AI1ERICAN POWDK8 CO
f7 Ohio LiPvco.
UOX and BASKET CO
All k;n U (liunl uml mil,)
FLOOUIN a, SIDING, LATH, &c
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Aii'l Ouulrr In
No. OHIO .LEVEE.
I'KCI ALftttuntitu ivcn toiM,niiKtiUit tiU an 1
No o Ohio U'vie.
T .0 If.
SOLD FIRST SEASON.
HANDSOME. DURABLE AND
With Patent Cranits Iron Water Urn.
cnmruL as ait open fibe,
Ad'I a perfect Combination of
CLEAKUKZSS & ECOKOOT la u of hi
t2TIf yfnr Tinner lias not got nn soi t-iu-iit,
kciid tliu order to
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
612, 614, 616 & 618 N. Mail Street,
ST." LOUIS, MO.
C. W. HENDERSON.
'-1-u,-.IA'4.t' m Aw
m:ti usswCsd 13 sew tbs mn
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Boar J. 3 1 Floor 2 00 Pur Day
Splavl Rate by Week or Month.
A lill lli 'l liniiilirr tit vr" ilr.iinlilp Inliiily
rnurtiit ruti v M-riii-t ut f, aoiiulik' iut-s lor Hit
''iiriiiiir riiiiniliH .
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Cl lllilt! ill ,llltll'ril llllllulf), tat,. t 1ft lilt Ifalillllie
ln.li 1 ill t uin, -N..IW llli. Inn. llii llif "lu.l
Km L " rfhutinn lu wi. v. On- inl.li- will, k
uual , In" IiImthII)' kiiiiluil Hiiti Hit-vr) lrr-l
ut hit till ii Hint ran Ix- Intuit in mai kt I .
t int: lur.'t- naiiiplc ruirii tnr .mniit-ri i:il tmv-t'li-rx.
'in Krviui'l llnor, lriiMir'liuii.'t'
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tin- liut:l aiiunt i liiirm'
JhWtTT Wll.'tiX . (.,
VAKIK V M l llltt:.
WHOIESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY".
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10lb St. and Commercial Af ,
C. 0. PATIEE & CO
73 OniO LEVEE,
City national Bank Building, np-ttairi,
The Oldest KatabUahsd Atrency In Bout
era Illinois, represeuliiia- ovr
t65 000 000
PAINT AMD Oil J.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints. Oils, Varnishes,
iVall Toper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, ic.
rVlwayi on Imu.l, the Ct-lfbraUtl llliiininatirtt
Corner EUventh Street and Waahln
Siiiilltern Iltiiftof Illinola.-Si. AH'aim il,i-
it-lit Uuy nl' AukuhI, A. 1. IhTii.
'1'ttu itiiiltivixittia hcrtliy ivi notice ol'
h a appoinliuubt it aifitee uf Wal-tui H.
ICockwell, Wleof ('alio, in tlio Comity ul
Aloxauilt f uuj Mile ol llliiioin, witliiu aaiit
ilimrift, who m been ailjutlfd bankrupt
upon LU own l'Ctitiou by iliu di'-trirt com t
ol kuiU tli.irk t. UKOltUK FISHKIt,
Auk lTdJw Assigui'o.