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CYBITS 8. OBERLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
MHriL J. TH.I;f,
of w York .
TIIOW AM A. lir.ORIt.li.
WLilc muoh may be accomplislic-d ly
throe metboils, it might encourage1 dtluivc
expectations tf I withhold here the exi'ie'
cIod of ruy convl.tlon that no reform of the
civil rl:e to thu country will be com
plete and permanent until It" chief magi"
trate U conmituticnally di-qualillcd lor re
election; experience having reptst-dly
exposed the futility of .elf-impo-ed rctr1e
Uont by candidate cr iucum'icntf.
Through thli iolcmmty only can he be it
fectu:illy delivered trom bis great; tempta
tion to rneuae the pocr and patronaco
with wbica the Executive is neif n-arily
charged. From Samuel J. Ti!dens It tt-r
The nobler motive of Lumauity concur
with tbe material Interests of all in rejuir
ing that every obstacle be removed to a
complete and durable reconciliation be
tween kindrjd populations once ummtiir
ally e-t'anjrcJ on the basis recognized by
the St. Lum phtform, of tbe 'coii-titulkni
of the Uuited State, with its amendmettx
univerc illy accepted as a fluid settlement
of the controversy which engendered ciil
war." But. in aid of a re-u.t o beiietieie nt,
the moral influence ol every good vlilzeu, as
well as every governni'ntui authority,
ought to be exerted, not alone to maintain
their j't equal ty before the law, but like
wise to establish a cordial fraternity and
good vi i l among cit zeu. whatever thore
race or olor, who are now united in the
one dotiny of a eomnion wlf-gov. roment.
If the i'.uty Rttall be an-ined to me, I should
Ot fil to e erdi-e '.be powers with which
the laws and tue coistitution of our coun
try clothe its ;hiff msgi trate, to protect r.!l
iu citizens, whatever their former condi
tion, in every political and personal right.
rToro Samuel J. Tilden's letter of accep
tance. We denounce (he Resumption clause
tf the act of 1875, and ice Jure dr.
mand its repeal. Xational Dvnwmtie
Sic v ten the fruit of industry are
gathered for the use of the toiler, that
they arc not toasted ly the profligacy
fraud or peculation of your public
agents, Gov. Tilden.
Bus Butler and Bob Ingor-oll arc
-u.mruncr Oblo tnefe-tlier.
Tiik political fight in Vi tt Virginia'
lie-coming exceedingly warm. .Sclinrz
nnd Sun.-et Cox are In the ! Id.
GovtuxoR Bevkriihic Is home aain,
but will soon abandon lils oflldal duties
to asist in the tailing causo of Ilepul.ll
ranism. TrtK Bashl-Bazouks in Bulgaria,
slaughtered fiftet-n hundred Men, women
and children who liad taken refuge in a
Tue president ha reduced the line as
sessed against A. C. Heating to $1000,
and hia terai of imprisonment to tlx
month iu the county lall ot Cook county.
District Attorney Bliss reports un
favorably on the application lor U'dj.
McKce, proprietor of the St. Louis
U lube-Democrat. It is believed McKce
will have to serve out his two years'
term of imprisonment.
UouKKT Miffiin; will commence an
nitfagemeut in Springileld, on the ;J7tli,
appearing in his famous part of Hip Van
" inkle. A I'ittsbur;r pajn-r, comparing
him to Jefferson, remark that "MclVado
U not only mure legendary but more
The Xew Vork lltrali tayg that L'n
lishmcn now recognize the independence
which the colonies achieved as a blessing
to England as well as Ameiica, and
frankly acknowledge that the ideas which
brought about that struggle have Utome
the govcening principle iu all free .States-
Pearce, I'adical candidate lor congress
from the Davenport, Iowa, district, has
been caught in the tax swindling net.
Last year he returned $1,200 as the total
value ot his peronul property. Investi
gation reveals the fact that he holds over
SbU.UX) in mortgages alone. Pcarce was
in congress trom 1SC4 o WJ, id was
chairman of the I'aeiiic railroad commit-
We publihh an account ot the Tilton
scandal InUiUU.ue of the Bulletin-, and
-.1 1 . M- .... '
iso a jeuer iroin j tieodore. A still
broader story is going the rounds, to the
. sr . .
eueci uiai sweet lUeodore was caught
Jiagruutt ddicUt with the woman iu cpues
tlon. and thai her hu-band hit Theodore
on the nose, aud attempted to ue a i,i
to), ft i very difficult to get unsophUU
cat! people to believe these dreadfn
kleeplng-car stories. They should be put
under tne head ol "youthful Indiscre
tions." . Pi.vcuback. of Louwana, is now on
bis way north. Before leaving New Or
leans he avowed bis determination not to
mpport Packard, the ltadical candidate
for governor ol that state. It is believed
Piuchback' refusal to support Packard
will give the Democrats Uu thousand ne
gro votes. Polodexter, auoUar leading
KrpuMluM riukfi to support the 1U-.
publican ti jcket. Altogether the news
trow Iullua Is very discouraging to
fU-puhlicjuis, who now concede that to
lect Pacaard will require desperate 1 1-fort.
M RIB3f.ll roil orTOBKll.
Notes on Salmon Fisliing" I the
lending Illustrated nrtlcle In Serilner for
October; and the llr-t of n series td ar
ticles on American sport. It I proluse
ly illustrated nnd great pain have Ut n
taken to make the drawing teclmically
correct. Mr. A. (1. Wilkinson the au
thor, seems to completely exhaust the
subject, :ot failinir to include a minute
account of the curious way which the
rod nre manufactured. -Mr. larcnee
Cook continues hi Illustrated talk about
furnilurn. hW heading this time being:
en route for tbe dining room a halt in
the hall the dining room." Col. War
ing' illustrated papers descrip
tive of the beautiful and little
frequented Moel river, and entitled
"The Bride of th Itliine,' arc (included.
The College article this month is on the
Massachusetts Agricultural College, and
contains information as to agricultural
education which will Iks new to most
readers. Thomas J. Vivian discusses
'John Chinaman in San Francisco," nnd
makes some rather startling statements.
Then there is a sketch of the Great Fair,
by Donald 6. Mitchell, also .paper by
John Burroughs entitled "Autumn
I ides;" a story by I.oycsen culled "The
Man who Lost his Name;"' continua
tions of "That Lass o' Lowrie's" and
'Thilip Nolan's Friends;" an 1 poems
by Kichard Henry Modlard, Mary
Mapes Dodge, and K. C. Meyers.
lr. Holland's "Topics of the Time"
are "Tne Civil Service," "Siispectid Du
ties," and English and American Copy
right." The Old Cabinet contains "A
Discouraging Experience," 'Criticism,'
Hawthorne," etc. 1. T. kHiinn has in
"Home and Society" some timely direc
tions about fall planting. In '-Culture
and Progress" Darwin is discussed; the
.'World's Work" describes the artificial
production of ice; and in "Brie-a-Brac"
there is a description ot the manner of
administering religious discipline in a
certain colored household.
YfclXW t'KVr.K I HAVAXJfAlI.
Captain Joseph Lenow, a citizen ot
Memphis, Tcnn., who, during the rav
ages of the yellow fever in that city in
lisTJ, watched the progress of me disease
lrom its commencement to the close,
telegraphed to Edward C. Anderson,
mayor of Savannah, that the Inhabitants
should be removed from the infected dis
trict, as the only means ol salvation. He
"Disinfectants will do no good. Il
will cost less to feed the poor outside ot
tbe city tliHti to nurse and bury them. If
necessary uu force, and thus thousands
of lives "will b.' saved. This i and w ill
be our experience and work if we are
ever again scourged."
It that course had been pursued when
the terrible disease commenced its rav
ages iu North Memphis in 1S73, instead
of over two thousand victims, the full
number might not have exceeled two
It raged like a
great battle in North Memphis, and
slowly encroached upon the heart of the
city, and was only checked in its deadly
career by the almost depopulation ot the
city and the arrival of frost. During the
latter stages ot the epidemic, it was esti
mated that, from six o'clock p. m., to
seven a. ni., less than seven thousand peo
ple remained inside the limits of the
city including the sick and nurses.
II the mayor ol Savannah takes the
advice of Captain Lenow, lie will 6ave
many valuable lives, and have the dis
ease completely under control before the
frost makes its appearance.
Tramps are now called pilgrims.
They arc on the march to the South,
and before many weeks wear away sonic
of these weaiy, half-starved pilgrims,
now passing through Cairo, will be sun
ning themselves on the banks ol the
Kio Grande, dozing under the inlluence
of the narcotic mmral. The last one we
met said he was lrom Alaska, and hail
been on a pilgrimage for lo! these ten
years. He did not desire work, and be
lieved that at a former time away hack
one thousand years ago some of his an
cestors were roaming gypsies. He said
the desire to walk was so ttrong in him
that he would wake up from a bouu I
sleep and liud himscll on his pilgrimage.
When the spells come upon Mm he
walks lortyn ight Jiours without stopping
for either food or sleep; then lie can
rest with the ouletude o( an infant.
Twice he crossed the ocean, and su'lercd
greatly lor space in which to exercise
himself. He was taking a jaunt to the
ity of Mexico, aud thence would wend
is way to the capital of Brazil, w here his
uncle re.idcs, being worth at least $3,000,.
001). His name was hyohcuatcd aud
prodigiously long, and lie claimed to be
a member of the printing fraternity, aud
denied emphatically that he was the "in
telligent" compositor so much admired
and cherished by editors who write edito
rials in hieroglyphicid characters, or after
the manner of the ubiquitous and melan
choly Whang Lee of laundry tame.
TIIOi: f T.DS HAI. BATOII ETS).
1 be sending of soldiers among the
people ot the South is having its effect.
both .North and South. Dr. II. V. Ited
held, traveling correspondent of the Ciiv
clnnatl Commercial, writes as follows
from the section of the government
where the bayonet is now doing service :
"The step of the government looking
to the 'protection ol voters' bv tbe umi i
the army muke something of a savage
! cling here: but the ncoDieflnd console.
tion in the relh-etion that it will lose the
K publican party thousands of votes iu
me .-ortli, a it doubtless w ill. My no
tion is that it will lose live votes in the
North where It makes one here. It will
in fact, make not the h-aot difference with
the whites ol the South, ait tlll'V Will Vila
th lH'UiiMTutic ticket any way.trooj) or
iu 1 1 v "
I m y win not only vote the Demo-
cratic ticket, hut will see that every
Democratic colored man in the South
shall have the uilvilcL'e of vctlnv wlilu.nt
moie.Lution l.e tl,. 1'.,. ..i .. i
j ...-u- 'iiijjii-uii nunc
and black. These same bayonets that
sere intended a instruments of oppres
sion, may be compelled to rform the
Very di-agroeable work of protecting
coiort-j democratic voters at the polls.
The New Vork Herald, commenting
on the constant cry of llepublh-an Jour
nal, that our congress Is composed of
rebel, and the many attempts to alarm
the people of the South, nndcxcito hos
tility to southern people, prints the follow
ing truthful language in its editorial col
"This Is a very unworthy plea, aud i,
besides, more calculated to oltelid decent
and thoiighttul 1'cpuhliean than to win
votes. 1 he war is over. What the lust
interest ot the country demand Is
that all part shall send tlnir
ablest men to congress. In
the southern states, as even body know-,
aud as General Sherman ami other I'nion
officers long ago recognized, the brains
and ability did go into the rebel army. It
is very natural, tin rejorc, that men who
served hi that army should now bechusen
to go to congress." It Is not only natural
bu: r'mht. Brain, ability, inlluence,
character, must tell in every community,
and ought to. Il is the fault
of the lhpublieans themselves
that the brains ol the southern stales are
now so generally ranged on the Demo
cratic side. Willi only Mirly good man
agement a large part of the most influen
tial southern politicians and statesmen
would to-day be tirni llepublican. But
thev have been rejected by the Ueputili
can leader, and this is one of tiie blun
ders which the w iser Hepublieans, among
them Governor Hayes himself, now
openly recognize. To cat suspicion
upon .such men is not good policy."
Tin: New Orleans Tin.: "In the
opinions ol the press and prominent
speakers all over the country, the 'i'.dt
order was tinanly turned at Louisiana,
and licit it was here where the stale gov
ernment had already been subverted that
other experiments were to be tried. The
whole country is anxiou-ly watching to
see w hether or not the conservative peo
ple will commit the folly of allowing the
outbreaks to occur which will give op
portunity to test Tail's scheme. The cii"
izcus ot this state should know and feel
the extent of the responsibility which
rests upon tliem.,:
Nearly all ol the New- Vork theaters
are open. The Florences are at Wal.
lack's; Colghan at the Fifth Avenue; Mrs.
Oates at the Grand Opera House, aud
next week Aimee at the Lyceum.
The Kurremler of Kill Eagle autl IIIh
(sciul dispatch to the Chicago Times.)
A DIPLOMATIC AO EXT.
Bismarck, Dekota. Sept. 1'J. A Stand
lug Kock letter ol the lOih gives the tol
lotviiig account ol the surrender of Kill
Eagle and his band: John Grass, the
Dhiel who was arrested a lew days ago
on suspicious charges by the agent, Col.
Johnson, was subsequently released on
parole with the understanding that he
Would visit KM Eagle' band, supposed
to be out about twenty-five miles, and
use his ii.lluencc to induce him to come
into the agency and surrender. Grass re
turned on yesterday entirely successiul,
t.-L.n f,,uj pan Eagle's band out about
torty miles, l.asi, t .
party camped under the guns of the post.
This morning all were on the qui circ to
witness the entry and surrender of
mis busy band okci t-tiuioats.
It was not. however, until about three
p.m., that the parly reached the agency
office, where a short delay occurred iu
shaking hands with the agent, when all
repaired to the adjutant's office, where
Gen. Carlin and 'officer of the po-t
awaited their arrival. A halt was made
and the bund were turned over to Gen.
Carlin as prisoners, they having agreed
to make an unconditional surrender, de
livering up their arms and ponies. Gen.
Carlin iulornied Kill Eagle briefly what
was expected ol them as prisoners. He
could not tell what disposition the great
father might see lit to make of them.
As long as they remained under his
BEHAVED TIIKM-1 LVLS
they would receive kind treatment, lie
hoped their example would be followed
by other Indians still out. Kill Eagle is
accompanied by Little Wounded, who
alo h it here last spring with a large
party for the hostile camp. His people
an; all out yet with the exception of
some half dozen who adhere to the for
tunes of their chict. The whole nartv
number about one hundred ami forty
two aud are as ill-looking and rurty a set
of scoundrels as one often sees about an
Indian agency. 1 he anus surrendered
are almost worthless, being the old llint
loek trade riiles, Eajrle himscll bcin-r
the only one
HAVINfi A IIKEACH 1.0 A HI K.
They Were COinnarativelv destitute mid
broken spirited and probably glad to get
back under their irreut lather's tune.
They had little to say. but listened atten
tively to the general's words ol advice
and instruction iu regard to ihem.
Grass, who has been instrumental in
bringing in them Indians, received a
handsome compliment lrom the com
manding officer for bis services which
were tendered while he was a prisoner
undercharges. He trusted that his fi
delity would be
A BllKiUT EXAMl'I K
for the people ol his tripe, lie may have
lecn InJNcrcct in talking, which may
perhap lor the time being have deterred
the Indians from returning, but lie should
reiiieuioer mm Kindly to his father at
Washington. Grasg then made a short
plea iu bvhalf ol Kill Eagle ami his peo
ple, who had gone out in the spring af
ter Indian wealth, meaning evidently to
hunt and trade, aud return soon to the
agency; but they were detained in the
hostile camp against their w ill, ponies
and effects taken lrom them, and them
selves beaten, aud why V Because they
were ttio great lather s children,
TUK WUITE MAN'S FRIEND,
and would not Join In the light against
B.uuii-iB. i ii y nan none w roni?
though, but not intentionally. Thev
tjave up all they posse-ssed now ami had
icpt nothing back. If the great father
said so they were willing to die. Grass
then with a broad smile presented Gen.
Carlin with an old Hint-lock ritlo. w hich
he desired to have sent to Ids great lather
as a present for him to bunt with.
Tbe l,all Nrnll-Tli-olore Tiltou
Iu Hew Kolv.
Special telegram to the Chicago Times.
Essex Junction, Vt.. Sept. 10. Many
cetiumenls were elicited hereabouts to
day when the article about Theodore
Tilton's sleeping car adventure was read.
It appears that Theodore Tilton deliver
ed the aildress at the agricultural fair tit
Brashe-ar Mill. New Vork. on Friday of
last week, and return to New Vork city
on the evening traiu, via St. Albans. At
that place, ai'coreliug to the comlue-tor's
story, he assigned tbe low er berth No. 5
in the slwping coach Pituburg, the re--maining
ones be-ing taken and oce-upicd,
excepting one upp-r berth No. C, dire-ctly
opposite. Soon alter a Mr. Wood, who
gave In r residence as New Vork. came
into the tar ami particularly de-tired a
lower bcrili2 The gentlemanly condiic-
tor of the Wagner told her the upper
berth, No U, was all he could assign tier;
that tne car was, lull. Whiio tins con-Vcr-ation
Was In progirs. Mr.
Tilton happening to overbear a
pait, ventured to Hi r the lady
lils berth, which was accepted, where
upon the conductor went lorward. Ath r
he had left them Tilton made a trade
with the gentleman who occupied the
upper ol No. 5 to take the upper berth of
No. (i, thus leaving him ( lilionand Mrs.
Wood) assigned to the whole of section
No. ti. When these preliminaries had
been arranged the passengers were al
lowed to quietly settle in similiter, and
the curtain drops unon Tilton and his
latest edition ol Tempest Tossed."
When the train arrived at Kutland the
curtain rises to another scene. When
the conductor went through the sleeper
taking up the ticket he muud Hi" parties
thus: .Mrs Wood hiug in her luilh,
while Tilton. silting upon the side ot her
berth, was discoursing. o tne conductor
says, upon agriculture iu northern New
York. When this officer pa-sed them,
he remarked that tbe occurrence ami the
position ot the couple y' had recognized
the disihigui-hed gentleman I a little
awkward, and .ays he iiib icl d to watch
them, but was called to another part fd"
the train, and when he next pacd
through the sleeper the curtain had
I'ad'.'ii. to ri-e again i:i Albany, a alivady
Tiir.oD iii: pr.Niv.s Tin: stouy.
New Vouk, Sept. l'. 'I hcotlorc Til
ton lo-elay Issued the Pillowing h iter re
garding the scandal which has b: e n e'ir
culatid affecting him:
During the past lew years 1 have' het-u
the sill jee.t of so much calumny and ob
loipiy, every n ival incident ol my lile be
ing 'perverted nnd t.il-o incidents, iu-vi-iiied
for that 1 ti-;- -. that I have long
since cease-el to reg ard thvni, or to eleeiu
it imNirtaut to contradict llc-m. Injuri
ous to me as is a story recently pubh-hed
conee-ming an nlh-ge-d transaction on a
railroad, 1 had at lir-t p solvcel to tn-at
ibis. too. with sih-nt conte-mpt; but the
advice of trustworthy friends admonishes
me that I owe it to lhe iii. a well as to
inysiif. to make an exception in this last
and most flagrant instance, ni'cordiiigly I
intrude inj if upetii the public so tar as
to pronounce the story imputing to me
improper cemd.icl towarei a lady in a
sleep'.njl ear on the Ilud-on liivcr rail
road, to be absolutely false-, and to ele
elarc that I Maud ready to meet andrepe l
every accusation ot such misconduct.
ST. I.Ol !. .MO
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rrglm lr. 11 TT V Mrrlffr ;ul.
J rij?W?L A riiVMOiOjical View of MurriB&e
Jf -iini 'Jf&J fi-Tii.t- niarr t il nj c!ne romn:.
-3f 13LT X? a' vu '" ny t', r.'irt--J n-t-mau)mmMnJar
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Tnoi an J vnniaiih.il ,n il.ntrtti bok (1M'pu'-i.
lor p:'va;r rvrt.j.i., i, !i a.'iUkuil ttv kil uiidtr wvk auJ
k-V. .s- it! ! r f - f t .f c.
A PHIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE on t'l rll$f
of" s Private Nature 1 u txjth xc, th-atNiM-i anJ J,t
onl( , a-t;iir r -t-iai r ie in. iii J the nirat,ijtcuiT,lupag t
a t 1 r-g -v n?. irikit r neaJ t'ir'ij t i$.
JJfDICAIj ADVICfii on Si uiltiM itimnic Dtt,
S 1 u.iai V t-;k; a, (.'uiarrh. Caiu-rr, It: :iKuri I Uv i.utti
If-.ti.t, ., a'MJiiu--r;M utui r a-ui it.r lit cu. Ail
tfirM? book cuT'ntii.r.,; 4t-0 pacai.iiev-rvttu x t:ii
knowing ott till-utj'.i-t, act. i e curpiy neaicd on re
ceipt tf 60 cts. A-Mr.-s Dr. Butts' Di4penry,
No.l2N. 8ihst..St. Louit.Mo. iUioiKaah-a im;
THE EHEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
I lite (iraiiel
LINIMENT, Which has stood the test of 40
Thero is no sore it will not Ileal,
no Lameness it willnotCuro.no
A.cho, no Pain, that Afflicts tho Hu
man body, or the body of a Ilorsa
or other Uomestio an raal, that
does not yield to its magic touch.
A. bottle costing 25c, 50c. or $1
has often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuablo
To -whom Pensions are
"D A TTl KVKHY, Noldler
XrJLUTlr, MiLi.lt whila la the lioe
sad d.jchargi of duty, either by az-cldent o
ctherwUe, should 'aavo a pi elou. Tbe iors o.
a Snirer entitles you to a peiuioo. A ruptatt
so matter how ttlmbt, j? irea yoti a pension
'J he lossota toe Kv syoa a peosioo.
Tbe lews ot an ve (ivt you a petuitoa.
Any injury will irivftyoM a p-nion. .
who renowdrwinir a in-rininn, nre Jurtjy (niti
llwl toiin increase. ,CtTT"llkTlrll'v ' f
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IjroopTof I'easKm aul Itoiinty ActM.
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flterOn all letters mark 1, O. Box MAf
IImm lutein wtut DumT jrtufc-w tL.t lv;rnciBie.
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RooflDg and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Jloofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stores
Jobbing Promptly Don.
Lincoln Butter Powder
io" l'r'li limirr all IU Year Uunu
BUTTER IN 20 MINUTES.
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luieuy ei( Hi, U)0,t unveil furiue-rs in I tie)
t-iitt. r ciitinti. arounel I'liilaJt l tiia.
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uiui-ji lirim r ui,. .weelcr tliuu it umitilly is,
ami ae p, jt ru, turong rsne l. it alku
remove- iln- .ironjf flavor of turnip, urlli-,
wei-.N. v rn .tulk, cot us se.-el, t ie-.; un.l
uies iuerru-,,1 y, ,j uf butter lumii n.ure
Iuud ay iu . n-ijjinjf experue of uin it.
.via I't-r To. bait.
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LEVKI3 AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures his own IToran BhorsanJ
can Assure Uooct Voik.
, PAT.IOJIAOE SOLICITEIJ
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
l,on, or in hogsheads, for shipmont
iromptlv attended to.
pstr To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
:o supply any quantity, by tho
uonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAX COMPANY.
tHullirliey ISrn ' o(Ti(s(, No 70 Ohio I.cvrc.
LJ-Hniri'lHy ilro ' wharfhuut.
17 At KKJi'lian .Mills, or
U-At tim Coul Uiuiip, foot of TnutY-r.U'l.th
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetown, Evans-
vale, Lioulsville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
1 lie ile-pur.t eiile-wheicl suaiii-
WaLTKH It. 1'ESS1VOTi)M...
Will leav Cairo fvrry WKUXESUAY at 0
u tlmk d. in.
1 lie Ili--l Meume r
Has lluw.er.i) ...Muit. r
1.1). llIoIA C.cik
lH-s e uilo tveii SATLKDAY.
Kacii btiut nukce cloao coiinettiona at Cniro
with llrst-i:lii.J iniui:rj for l. I.ouii, M. ni
pluit Hwl Oileuim, HD't ut Evansville with
the K. A. C. H. U lrkll)iomUNurtliuiil 1-jmt.
un ii Willi t lie LuuisviiU- ii.nl hUain. is fo kuli
l.oint.e tjti tue I.'jijht oi.in, Kivintr Uiroiiffh n--c-li.tn
(.n lrcitfiiU uii'l .ites-:iiera to all i-uintu
Tor eirthtr infornintion aj rly to
teUL. SUAfclt, ruAhfiiKer AKe-nt.
il A I.I.I I A Y IIIMW.. I . . ,
J. M. I-HII.UI'S, 'jAksnta.
Or to li. J. (iKAMMkit,
i)4-riiitenleiit n Gxneml J-'reitflit Arnt,
It-J'to-lV. Kc.nou!lc Imliuua.
runsnsMio! si tin 11 ivr.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
AOKNX3 AHEHIOAN POWCJia CO
57 Ohio Levee.
BOX and BASKET CO
Ah kiii'la (hurj act noil,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &o.
Mill aud Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
G. D WILLIAMSON,
AikI lulcr in
N. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'KCI AL atbmtioi civeo tucvousiguiiaiiU an I
No t Ohio Ix vit.
T C If.
A II I. ill KKIt
In nil Hicir me uls
OoiiiTiie.ncir.R May Int. U7ej.
Rich Black Silks
J he Md.,i i vli limtril l.voin l.'.i tiii-,
At l :isUrr,1 fmrii l ,
At i r.ei i:,.,in., n-,im ki h:,
At HI 75 Ki-tuce-l Iniin J U.-V.
At . )e l:.Mnv.l Ir.iM N'J .-,et.
Fhia Cekfsi ni Fascy
A I 1l- l(e lii-i'l li.-iii Kl l-J,
A I l e , -In.-, il tn ii l '),
At lIl-lll.T.l IM.II) Ol ,-,ll,
At l 5)1 I;.' )!-.. I I:, ,1.1 fcl NO.
law mm a ft.: go::.
In itini l'H Hair, ( hevint-i, hikI IarniisfM , lr
lii'tiUij 7", i, ifi cent 1 . 1 1 -.in l :'.,
l .", ti 7". un.l il
Popular Dress Goods
In New un-1 l'iilii.i!ialile t al.tics uu-I e (ilm- i.l
I '2c 1;-tnrel frum l-vc;
IHr Keilueeil frum !4.c;
aii- Ke-lui-eil frum UO. j
tS."ir INitill-."! fn-tll HJr;
Seii-, Knrineriiriif Sllr t ..
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At ?V, tl'ii ati-l $12."., Kormcilv M nt
Hack ail Scarlet Eis!!i Shawls
Al J'lS ttinl f-'
Iti-liice.l f,-.,in , ainn. I Js'.,
llal'a, ::;;;::h:::a:': :::a"'l:
At fl i'i to"-- Iteluc.t irmii : f. .-,
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The Latent Pari Style from 10 I'pwar.ln, c-ni-lirdcirit
the i-lioio-t novelticx e
EXOItMeil" UKDl tTKJN..
Ladies' and Childrons Underwear
Ail Imiiieti-e Stock of Matt lion ati fill i.ml
All at Xrrj 'Weat Iliitiirtinii.
I.iiilii'S, ( liildn-H'ii uiid Ge-iitli'tiR'tr.4
I lie Ii.t.1 Knirlihli, Kn ni li ami e,. riiuin li...l,t
All Maikin lit I.i.wcri t'ossilili- 1'riivn.
Are tlieeroiiKlily otockeJ with the bent
ooeln, at tin.- lowefct imckiie irie-i-H. I't-teti-tiful
Aiucrii-uu iniijti at Tie. ami lie. per
yarel; l-tuuelurj 4 4 lilrai heej gooeU at 10e;
l.on-elitlt) hliirtiniix ut Kic; New York
Mills 1-ic i iid '- fclietliiiKi at liijc.
TA8LS Al'D CTHE21 UMl
Iu all the Variou GradeB, ut?.Uari;uin.
(WliitU wo keep at tho Grand Street fetor
uiily), wo are tillering Kuluti and Aiueii
cuu tupettrie ut fl, former prie-u fl in;
iiody Hrucne-U at 1 M, loriuer jirie-e ft 80;
ull-wool ingrain ut "0o., loruit-r jirh-c, UOc.;
three ply inKraioa at l v!5, loriuer price,
l 00; e.i:-cloth at Xc. to tiki ; luruier
pi ice n. .rx)o to ble.
miiiili- of goodie, and cuta1oB'uea of lv
elieV aud uiKue-it' suiu and nui.lin under
wear, and liilantu' oulli'x, .elit Irtieol ehuro
to ad -ectioiis of the t'ulte l Htaten.
Ituh h lor kell-lueuieuroiueiit elil ou uppli
cut on to all part" ol the cuunlry.
Order for Kod of all klndx will he t aro
fuily atti-inlud to, and the (ood pin-ked
aud loi warded without charge. janS-wini
Broadway and Twentieth Street.
Grand and Christie Sts., N. Y.
SOLD nitST SEASOIT.
HANDSOME, DURABLE AND
With hid Granite Iron Water Vrs.
CSEESFUL AS AN OPEN TIBS,
And a pvrfuct Comhiniilion ot
cleave:: in t::tf m
' t3Tlf your Tinner hns not ftt an assort
ment, acud the order t'J
EXCELSIOR: MANUFACTURING CO.
612, 614, 616 & 618 . Mall Street,
ST.. LOUIS, MO.
O. W. HENDERSON,
St. Charles Hotel,.
0 , mo. ixjLiS.
?.;:: ?,.;:;:: 72s mu
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Room aud Board. 3 J Floor 12 00 For Day
Special Rutea by Weak or Month
A limited r.UMilxr of vi-ry di-lraMe. family
r'H,in can tet weire-l at rm.-onoMe lati-n l-r tlit
iiiiniu r nmiiiliH
1 liv M I tin r Irs i tlie lurtri-t aii'l lr-l anxiiiit
e l llou-t in mhiIIii rn IIIiiikia, and i. II. e It-udniK
hut. 1 in tir. Null liliatumlini; Ur " lvr.1
Kork" minutiuii iu rii-, the uM will, at
uiMial,! liUrully keiiilil with tlii-vpry U.t
if (-vrrytluriK that r lie f-.nuil in inurki-t.
I lm- lr Kainlei rnoiii. fur ioiiiuk rcial trav
rlrrt. on Krouud Hour, lew eif e-liary-".
I A 1 1 liair'iticrrit Ku-tte i'iiiM jt'1 Ui and Iroiu
1 1 iv liuli.l wiiimiit rliaryr
JhVV KTT WlI."iX A ( O...
l-ln-'f f - f. tft-i
I SI U !..
5 AFFORD, M0EEIS
jf ncrul -
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Wational Bask Building, np-itairt.
The Oldcat EetaMlaheil Atronc7 In fioat
era Illinois, representing or
t85 000 000
(Sui-re-.i r to)
B. F. PARKER.
lie-file rs In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
iVall Paper, Window Glaaa, Win
dow Shades, &c.
A.l; on baud, Uiv exlcbruu-vl liiiuuiiiuliiiK
Corner Eleventh Street and Weahinir
Soul hern lii.trit-t of Illinois. SS. At Cairo tlir-
(til eluy of Aniteikt, A, I. IsTu.
The umleirnljjiioil hereby give notieo of
Ira uppoiotiue-ot as asaigneo of WaUou It,
Jtockwelt, Into of Cairo, in the t'oeintr !'
Alexander and State ol Illinois, within aaiij
elihtrlut, who lina been ael.iudgeil bHiikrupr
upon hu own petitiun bv tbe district court
ol aaid di.trlct, GEOltGli FlsllKU,
Am; 17d:tw AnsiKnee.
Dealer m Fresh Meats
Between Waahlngtoa ntl Comwerolel
Avenuea, aeljoinlns Hanny'e.
KFPrt f..F th lal Harf. I'urk. Untton
W. Veal, Iamb, eiaiuaye, Aes.. and la ure
rKd U wn. I'aiuilia la n aooanulilr ma "vtl
Highland Park, 111.
A ColleglM aud Prrparalar luali
lutieu fur ltdiea.
t-'ttll bo.iuii lHcin. KiU iiilxr ?ei, i ;n
Course ol atuily ItioroiiKli and extemltil. ILitv
I'ltoilltit. I'm- Music, iruwiiiK und l'uiiitiii);
Muiiue-, Morula awl Ili-allUol the llr.t iui.ui
lanre C'olirv buililluKU oiliuuiitiiinu, un.
wt-ll luriii.lic.i No room, lor pupil. above two
lliuhl. ol tfUira loe-Atinu a'li'M-live. 'IIiomi
w lio have rniiiplt-ted tbtir otdiuury M'bool rilu
ration ei.-siwlitr iuy be nivd lo piuwiv our
liiKlur ti mi Mrs willi x-oiul udvuiiliie. .D
WAlill . VVKllu.N. i'liiiiMiM.