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CYRUS S. ODERLY, Editor.
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tit.ertation U I W1JI1I1..M lu ie tli.-1 ip
lotiofiny i nmL tioii tli.it n reform oi tlm
ttvil -erne In tlilmoni.iiy will le com-
lte kil l t-rmanrtil lllltil it lili-t lli;lfi-
trat.' l t-nnrtituili nlly ili-ti;ilitie. lor t -tintuin:
I'.xiKiien.i' lriini u-pi-iitsilly
xpoe.l th futility ul'fflf ini. e'l rtiii
tlona liy i-uiidi.Uti or im illnl.i tit".
I tir'lj;ti till" Oli'liiint ftily rati li ft
ferlUilly tl' lUelvdJHiiii lii-jrr,-M?-t ti mpt.i
lion to ui'.-ue tlio j.ir 11 m I itrmi.ivre
Willi Wl.l.tt tlie Kxe. UliVP l npi-f-:ii ily
i-narged. V rom Snuuicl -I. 'I'll.liMi'a It-tier
I he iioMrr mot i vi' of humanity m nr
with tbe material Intcfpst nfnll iu n-iiir-lui
tli.-it every ol.st.iolo lfl r. moved to h
I'Oinpletc atnl .lui.tlili- riionriliati.in In"
te-n kinilril populations ikc tintitttnr
ally eur;iD;;ed,OD tbe 1a-is rreogni.rd by
the st. !.oui platform, of the constitution
of the I'nited (Hates, with it- anir-n-lment-universally
nccerited in a final settlement
nftlie controvcr-ics which engendered i-lvil
war." Hut, in aid of a result so ticm-ficient.
t he moral Influents of every fiood i itien, as
well a every governmental authority,
ought to be exerted, not alone to maintain
their just quality before the law, 'jut like
wise to establish a eor JUi fraternity and
Rood wt'.l among rit'zi-n. whatever there
raee or color, who are cow united in the
one destiny of a 'common self-governinent.
If the duty shall be aligned to me, I should
ot fail to exercise '.he powers with which
the lawt and the constitution of our coun
try clothe its chief magistrate, to protect all
iu citizens, whatever their former condi
tion, In every political and personal right.
From Samuel J. Tilden'fi letter of accep
tance. He denounce the Rt-tumpliun clause
f thf act of 1875, ami tee here dc
viand itttrnienl. Xntioiinl Jtrmorntic
Sec ichen the fruit of iudnttry tire
gathered for the iw of th- toiler, that
thy ar not icastid hy thf projh'gacy
fraud or peculation of your public
agents.- Gov. Tilde u.
Mlmi'IUS has sent at loa.-t $7,000 to the
Georgia CDast lor the relief ol yellow fever
An ollicial announcement, Hum 1'. M.
Uobertson. M. !., thairiuan comiiiittee
of epidemic., etc., Charleston. S. '.,
states that bronzed .fohn lias mad.' its
MtMrms is to have a custom housu
It is to be built on the blull in trout ot
the city, a grand uite fur a structure ol
that kind. Ou Tuesday the corner ttoue
wa laid, a colored man by the uanie of
IVUr C.irr striking the lirt blow.
Si.nll the yellow scourge nude its ap
pearance in Sjvaunah, oyer two hundred
and twetity people have died. Only a
small percentage of the yellow lever
deaths are of colored people. It is con
sidered a startling mortality, as only
twelve thousand whites have remained
ti lace the ravaging disease.
Yi.sit.KUiV was recognized among the
Hebrew s as a period ot solemn devotion. It
is called the Day of Atonement, and Is
generally coiauicnce.d with services on
the evening previous. The Day ot the
Tatiernaele, another important time
among that icople, come ,n til0 nnh
lto-s Twki is culled the "coming
mail. W c leel orry for the old fellow.
While he sutlers for hi bad deeds the
citizens of New York should not over
look his many charitable, act. He was a
Ir'.cnd to the destitute, and lurui'hed
work lor thousands f laboring men
1 hey ought to give the old man a chance
and act like christians.
K.u.nso Inn lauui delivered a
k(8jh at lUiutitifrton montly, tu.. u oor.
re-pondciit of the Jackt-on Sun says:
"Hie sjicech was remarkable for lour
things, it great length and blasphemy,
vulgarity and rui-representations. lie
tickled the tancyol the negroes and igno
rant white Radical, Witt the sober
minded, intelligent white men of his
own patty were not pleased, and several
ladies retired iu disgust ou account ol
bis vulgarity. We think here that one
or two more speeches like the one Ethe
ridge tuade Saturday will give the county
to the Democrats by live hundreJ ma
jority lu NovemW. I-t him speak
jo fca.voa 1'ORitn. ot Tennessee, in a
lit of anxiety about hi safety, drew a six
suooier on uorsey li. Thomas for the
purpose of Influencing that gentleman to
lay uown a walking cane. And now
there is a great fuss raised about it, and
the Aoa.luiu.hty a l'cter Cooper orgau
ayi: "II there is one man who, more
than another, Miould essay to practically
demonstrate by not carrying concealed
weapons, that Tennessee Is not a land of
brigands and cutthroats, that man is the
governor of Tennessee. Jiut the gover
nor comes up suillliug ith his little six
hooter, as a thining ctamplu to the hot
beaded youth of the etate.'1 Why
shouldn't tuts governor be putuitud to
carry bis alx khooter as well a 0 tal
aaceof tbe Ttufittstt lxyy
t 1 1 I influential
l.criiiHii. olotii l I a. m t nctllfliitlor, a
Uepitblioiin of i-.ittni New t ork, ih
ilfurt li'n intt-iitinii support TiUU-n uinl
It-lull lU. Iiiriiir llir iiiiniiK'nortiuiit
ol tin- war In1 win inaior of tin; twrnty
tilth Xi-w i ork rrjrim-'iil, nml win uli
r.Urntly fai-r.l l tl' rank ol t-iiltilirl.
Tin' follow injr i l"-iu I'ai t nt ft b t
trr li.Mr'-.l by 1 1 i i it t tin1 I ie-rnnui
I ifinocratii' Mini l.ilii l al i-omtiil'ti'i- of lii
t:il wbi. li prorH .ilu:iM ..m iniu lit
to tin' ihii- ol nlorfti.
lii-for' flu- iiMiiiiiialioti tin' l.'''piilli. an-ti-lin-.
f.i leaf (inv. '! l-li. Hli.i inij;ht
hitn nut paitii'iilarly lor llii-lr rIhims nti.l
sl-iti;', but In- w a- tioiniiirttiMl. lortlio pi'
pb' wen- lor biiu. Tlio propb- want the (
.Hin.' ovi-rlmuliiif.' of the con upf, rot ton
hii.I Incoinpotoiit ffiivortmiPtit at Wash
ington tbattiov. TiliU'tt tfivc the 'I inn
many ami eaunl tliicv -'. I lie pcopli- j
itttiliTstood tiov. Tibli'ii wbi'ii ho tan lor
povcrnor, and tli y umbTtoo. him when
tbry noiiitnatoil inin Hi St. I.nui tor
prosidoiit o;i tno rorortii ii. hor.nioi mo
pooplo aro ifuintf to tloct dim ; and lam
proud to sii' sci many ot my toruian
loow-'ition' .nariiot ami oaloun in
tho j;imh laiiso. And now lot its all
honor niirolvoi and our nativr ami adopt
r.l oountt y by unitimfin powoitul imui
U'T nur ( iortnati font'. with all our othr-r
lullow-oition-s. nativH and adoptotl. in
swurp'ma tutt of power those men who
liavp promised leiorni and tirosjverity to
tin; country, but given corruption ami
universal depression of lalair and bttsi
ih'im. I.ct us work and labor for the
election oftiov. Tildon, and lie will re
duce the number ot oHlee by thousand",
redin-e the salaries and expel corruption
Irom Injrh places in the government, give
us low taxes, and aonce more prosperous
and happy country.
The colonel lias stepped into Demoeni
tic harness iu time to avoid the grand
break up ol the most corrupt party that
ever bold the reins of government, llo
and thousands of other prominent tier-
mans nave arrayeu luomscivcs n. me
. 1 . at
enemies to tlieft, penury and public per
fidy ; and since the gallant colonel has
espoused the Democratic cause, Uepubli
can papers of the government are at
tempting to rob hint cd his good name
and military honors.
NO.N'HTCR DEMOrRATIC M EETISf G.
A monster mass meeting of Tildenites
was held in Chicago, on Market Square,
last Tuesday evening. It was the largest
political gathering ever known in Chica
go, there being one hundred and ninety-
two vice-presidents, Lyman Trumbull
heading the list. The square was crowd
ed from one end to the other by a solid
mass of Democrats ami Independents,
and "thousands upon thousand" were
forced into Washington and Madison
streets, and even then there was a lack ol
standing room to accommodate the great
cotKOtirsc assembled. Senator McDonald,
of Indiana, Senator Uayard ol Delaware,
ex-Senator Doolittle, and Hen. F. Farns
worth, made speeches, besides many oth
er Democratic orators ol local reputation.
These monster outpourings of the peo
ple to listen to Democratic arguments
cauuot be ini.construcl by the Republi
cans ol Illinois. Indiana and Ohio are
now considered out of their grap, and
the Democratic columns arc sending the
advance guard preparatory to a mighty
crusade in lb' Mate. Southern Illinois
Is quietly putting on the Democratic
armor, and before the leaves on the trees
have changed Irom green to ru set a
demonstration will be made in Cairo that
will astonish the. most confirmed and
dyed in the wool IVpubJieuns nt it
(lie-ill uu ocuiioual contsiKjD-lfnt.
riiiLAKKM-nu, Sept. 2:1.
1'rutli may be many sided, and the facts
of tho centennial exhibition take color
from the observer' predisposition or hab
its ol thought. The practical man cares
little for the showy features of the show,
but finds lood lor r.-llcction in the exhi.
bition ot mechanical art, and the display
ot business enterprise iu its various forms.
The artist sees the eflects in their general
and minute outline. The agriculturist
finds pleasure la agricultural ball. The
connoisseur looks up the quaint and
curious collections from all quarters of
the globe, and the gourmand shows a
keen appreciation of the satisfactory dis
plays made in the various restaurants.
All these are gratified in their various
ways, but there is one individual who
comes iu w ith a jolly smile on his faceaud
stop now here long, and sets every thiug
iu a ludicrous light. This individual Is
your present correspondent, lie makes
no apology lor it, however, he did not
come to learn, he kaow s too much already,
he came simply to be amused, and as he
had only a hall hour to spare, he had to
compress matter3, lie wandered into
the door alter having Mopped lonir
noiigh to remark to the gate-keeper who
nsisted on having a silver half dollar,
that he had only come for a change any-
iow. and passed Immediately into the
centre ol China. Chiun, be discovered.
runs to crockery and heathen gods.
From tho display made it apjiears as If
the almond-eyed nation must have sent
all their family jars here, and the peace
that now exists in that generally distract
ed country is thus accounted lor. The
idols were singular (and plural), but as a
vast field of wonders stretched lefore
him, he concluded not to idle away Ids
time on them. There is nothing teculiar
about them anyway, except that they are
made or brass and are mostly baldheaded,
If any baldheaded man sees a deepslgnitl-
caneu in their supertlcial cranium condl-
tion aud their composition, he knows beM.
A Chinese baby enters the lists with a
bed-quilt oi w lute silk and red satin pil
lows to match ; competition Irom elderly
ladies is thus unkindly nipped iu the
bud. On a shell nearby is a row of mum
mies, griuuing spectators ot soenca that
occ-ured 3U0O years after they had Ikm du
ly Kit on by the coroner ol Hong Kong,
licing also prc-cd lor time, he hurried
away Irom them.
A moichatit ol Tunis, who ha silver
uud gold coin, of all denomination and
ages lor sale, Mopped him with the oiler
of a silver piece contemporaneous iu pro
duction with the christum era, which Im
ottered t'J tell lor U but remarking that
Mill. I. 1111. 1
ho wne. lor soil money, he pit' hod ahead,
h'nteting Japan tho dispUy of cablm Is
amazed him. ! list the plncc for the next ,
president," he suggested to the Japanese
attendant, who smiled satisfactorily and
replied, ' two hundred dollars," which
leads one to suppose there win a misun-;
1ertand'mg with our antlpodc. A .lapH
nee pebble, ol tran-paiatit cryM.il. round
as n ball, and fully eight Inches In diame
ter, U still there, us lto Tweed lm tiot
returned Vet. and there l mi other such
ke li apprccialor of a good thing iu shirt
ru.s to Im louud. A large throo-'tory
hip attracted attention, nor hoi au-c it
appeared In In made to sail, but becaue
it 1 such h lino model for the body of a
stage i oach. and is for sale. On the iljtht
Is a stand where gcnuiiu! Turkih ladies
Hie making up cigarettes lor passing cus
tomer. Thev may have Iwen ladies mak-
it.g genuine Turkish cigarette one gets
mixed about thesn things; so, pointing to
a Nargoli.'i, he asked the oriental beauty
It that was a Meant generator, to which
short plied, "FHith, I don't know, I'll nk
the boss,' w hich immediatel y convinced
him that bo m Indeed In Tut key. A
the boss looked rather formidable, with a
diamond hilted dirk In his zone, he saun
tered on without insisting on a reply.
Kntering a place of eastern design, in
scribed "'Soudan, Its morning greeting to
the youngest nation," he discovered that
what Soodmi don't know about saddle
making Is senrcely to be found out. Sad
dle of gold cloth and silver cloth, span
gled and ornamented with every design
Imaginable. Saddles with cupolas on
them and steps leading up the side. One
ol these, in particular, was as large as an
ordinary bed, and not wishing to appear
ignorant he remarked to a bystander,
"family saddle, I .suppose," to which he
received the hasty reply that "any body
ought to kuow that is a dromedary sad
dle," and being convinced that the gen
tleman was right, he did not stop to ar
gue about it. A little further along he
found army biscuits over a thousand
years old and still as good at ever ; next
door, in convenient proximity, a display
of dental apparatus with teeth equal
to any hard tack, aud chairs
so comfortable, that, had an operator
been by, the desire to have a tooth drawn
could hardly have been resisted. Look
ing around your correspondent found
that he had suddenly left the old East
and had come into the new. He knew it
at o ice by the superior inducements
thrown out for depriving people of their
assets. Not having had enough ol the
effete despotisms, and rather liking their
style, he retraced his lootstcps and pres
ently found himself in Spain, a country
distinguished for the great length and
variety ot its candlesticks. England
may Ik the paradise ol the butcher, the
baker may thrive iu France, but the can
dlcstick-makcr certaiuly lives in Espano,
as the banner overhanging that country
Iu Bohemia is the celebrated glass and
jewel display. Chandeliers and pcudauts
ot translucent crystal hang in this de
partment, and more women hang around
it than most anywhere else. Ejacula
tions such as ah! my! just look! they
are mighty nice! arc continually heard
in this neighborhood, and in the mean
time the Bohemian merchant is sellia;'
bushels of dollar store garnct-riugs at
two dollars apiece. It is oiJy a step
over to Norway, and, ou a hot day, this
display ol uow shoes and frledges is very
refreshing. A Laplander, with a face
like a painted cheese, is driving a team
of dogs while he rides in his sledge.
He i in wax, and the dogs are iu fur, but
from the length of his whip It is cvidcut
that the dogs are in for whacks too. A
Lapland woman ha her baby done up
iu a leather bag. Happy thought. It is
said that thousands ol mothers have
written for the pattern. Back again
among the English speaking. England
aud America have the largest dis
plays, and the most valuable goods,
but, they are, lor the most part, the best
of such articles as we see daily, or as can
be fcceu in any large city. Only stop
long enough to get a glimpse of tbe $2o.
000 ueck-lace, for which your correspond
ent makes an offer and again hastens
away. He stops in machinery hall to
look at the great engine, but fails to fall
into a trance like Walt Whitman. Tbe
Krupp gun is iminecsc! Wonderful!
memorial hall, pictures and statuary;
Franco iu llesh colored tights; United
States with little or nothing. Numerous
paintings, but nothing very good. Out
side again and steam cars all around the
grounds lor five cents. Down with
monopolies. Beautiful indeed arc the
vUtas of How-cry meads and shady dells.
agricultural hall lias stores of wealth iu
soil productions. State buildings, Moor
ish villa, women's pavilion, harticultural
hall, graud restaurant, lakes and foun
tains. These he saw iu six hours in the
show that dwarfs other shows, as Nia
gara dwatls the artiticial cataract in ma
chinery hall. ,.
The Itarlur Hobbere.
r rom the Mankato ltevlew.
Soon alter arriving at Madella we were
fortunate in capturing Capt. W. W. Mur
phy, one ot the gallant captors, w ho ren
dered valiant service la the memorable
bheril Glispin was one of the first to
receive the intelligence, and within Ave
minutes tie and stveral others weie
mounted ana started. Other were di
rected to go in other directions, to Inter
cept them In their retreat. The first
sight Glispln's party had of them was at
the right hand outlet of Kanska Lake,
six miles west ot Madella. Here Ulispia
caned upon mem to aurrenuer, rut eon
turning to retreat,
lllhHKSl BUOti WtUK LXtUANGkU.
A horse in the nursuinir nartv. owned
by a Norwegian, was wounded, and it is
thought fatally. The robbers then waded
a slough. Ulispin and his party being
utoumeu, coma not ioiiow tnem, out naj
to go round a instance ol several miles
Alter crossing the slough the robbers
mane straiirht lor the Watonwan river,
w hlch they struck at the bend, six mile,
west of Madclia, and near the house of
Andrew Anderson, where thev crossed
(flispin and party crossed ubout a mile
east and got in front ol them. Saw the
robbers and drove them back iutu the
brush ol willows and Plum trees liuiuv
tho banks iu that Vicinity. Hy that time
horscuicii and team- from town began to
arrive, ana mere were probably ntty
Iersoin occupying the Mull-'. Here the
lOifemcn were dismounted, and recruits
railed lor to charge the brush.
ONLY SKVLS PERSONS RL8PONKKU.
and their names are .lames Ulispin, sher
iff: lien, iricn. son of ex-senator of St.
James : t apt. W. W. Murphy, ol Made-
it.. .. ., i ii...i...
ua; tieorgo r.nmioni, cicin, wmnn
I OllierOV, jr.. I . I nugm. " rinimci
llousi', "and .Ihiiio Sevcrson, clerk in
ate's store. Others w ereCHllcd for. but
they refused to re-1 d, and tin' gallant
little hand ol -even
It ARiiF l IU HoHMt-If.
passing through the thick i.ni-ii in a
northerly direction until Milking tho
liver, when lhe .loploe-1 a klriiiihess,
Ihelr line being formed about Hve loot
Hpart. Then moving westward, up tho
river, niter going about fifteen rods, they
ran upon the lour men, secreted in thick
willows. Oli'pin wa on the extreme
right of the line, advancing in nn open
path, and being "en by Ihe robtan, a
shot wa fired at him, w btch he dodged
by fulling on his knees, at ihe same time
returning a well-ilirecten stior irom nn
CHI bine. Seeing t.li-pili Inll, Mlllphy,
next at hand, supposed htm be shot, taint
he opened fli w ith his revolver, inc ret
of the parly following suit In rapid succes
sion, tillspin kei-t up a rspid tire and
Murphy having exhausted the six chain
tars of hit revolver, oitsplu handed his re
volver to Murphy, the pirty steadily ad
vancing and sen. ling volley alter volley at
the robbers. All stood up manfully, n ot
iliiicblug, hut each and every one doine
his whole duty. In the hottest of the
fray asslstanea wai railed for from those
in the rear, but not one responded. Then
the order to charge was given. The man
who secnicd In advance ol the robtars
was hit. ran two roils in a cornering di
rection from the attacking party, and lell
mortally wounded. Cole Y ounger and
his brother xvore seen to tall and were
lieard groaning, and the other brother
wounded at Northlleld, Mopped out of
the brush, saying, "Don't lire any more;
we arc all shot to pieces.' The pursuers
ordered him to hold up his hands, which
he did, and, fearing that It was a plan to
decoy them, Ulispin told his men to take
aim at the man, and then commanded
him to advance and deliver his pistol to
Murphv, which he did. The firing ceased,
and, advancing, one man was found dead,
and Cole Y'ounger and his brother were
lying together on the ground badly
wounded. While the tight was going on,
the men on the banks ot the river were
keeping up a steady fire upon the rob
bers, but not knowing exactly their local
ity, Glispln, Murphy and their brave
comrades were exposed to danger from
Odil K'ellowa' renteaalal Demwaielrit
lion la llililelpBl.
From Philadelphia Ledger Keport.
The grand demonstration by the In
dependent Order of Odd Fellows, in
honor of the Centennial American Inde
pendence, tor which preparations have
been actively making tor months past,
came ofl Wednesday, "Jeptember 20, and
was a magnificent success. The weather
could not have been more favorable.
Tbe bright, cheerful rays of the sun were
delightfully tempered by a fresh autumn
breeze, and the heavy" rain of Sunday
had left the streets clean, and to a great
degree free ol dust.
Hy "J o'clock the MrecU were every
where vocal with the music of the brass
bauds and bright with the Hags aud ban
ners of the various Encampment and
Lodges on their way to the place of for
mation. The scene on Uroad street was brilliant
and inspiriting. Ou either side of the
way, the sidewalks, steps, windows, bal
conies, and everv io.ibh5 point front
which n view ot the struct could be ob
tained. wa. crowded long bc-tOrc the time
announced lor the procession to
Mart. A view for several squares
alonsr the street alter the proee
biou had started was very bcautilul. The
rich and elegant uniforms of the Encamp
ment members, the nodding plumed and
waving banners, ttio varied ana many
colored uniforms of the musiciaus, the
constant motion and the unercaiug dis
cord caused by scores of bract bauds all
playing at once, and no two playing In
ttie same time or tune, all went to make
up a scene of excitement aud beauty
rarely equalled even iu this year of great
The Independent Order of Odd lei
lows made a demonstration oi great
strength that cannot tail to be a benefit
to iu organization. It showed its power
and its eminent respectability, ana provexi
that H U capable of great result uniy
fifty-seven years ago the first Lodge was
organized in Baltimore. The order now
coutaius nearly half a million members
in the united states ana Lanaaa ana
Germany, and also extends to the conti
nent ot Australia and emu, souin
The procession was about two hours
passing a given point, ami mo nmnoer in
line was estimated at from 12,'XX) to
Mothers cao well it heal lb fur their thil
.trto and rest for theiiinolvee by the tut. of Cat
tore, a perfect ubtitiite for Canto Oil. ft ii
atmilntclr harmuMt, and I a pleasant to uka
a honey, for Wlnd-Collic naur atoiuacb,
woriiet or counlipation, lor young or old, thare
is nothing in ailttenct II. If.
K I certain, II
is spredr. It ft i heap
Caked Breasts. Hluimalitni, s.'ia
tin, swelling, tpraiut, joints, burns
sc..U, poinouou blua, aud all fb-sh, bona and
niiwrle ailment., nn lie absolutely oil red by Ihe
Centaur liniment. What lU White Linimaat
Ih fur ttie tiunitu nunlly, B Yellow I.lainwut
it lur a liii .l galM end Imiit- horses and anl
A BESTS WASTED
A . Event at the
to aell the New
AMD TBI CAKPA1UN Of 1B76T
Just the book lur the timet. Uivee a full history
of ihe Nktioutl (JapitaUaadtioTernnient. bbowt
how the government baa been managed tlnce its
orKanizMtion. knlini how Juba are nut
tbrouKb ooBirreaa. Ulfte a tuli history of tbe
n nitar rrauat ana Bdanan icmnuai. n tnTt
tbelivetof ilavet. Wnaeler, Tilde n and Ilea
driest. Urand chance for A rentt. Addret,
0-n-ww .1. H CHAMBERS, 8U I-onit.Mo
Where., on Ilia 18th day of April, A.
wile, ciai-utol ana dehvereU to tbe uadeitiirnad
tor im mrcae of Muurtof ine paymeQi or
Iriiii deed iu thi. rnllnalnv deacrilicd tirvmiM-t
lo- lt: A,i numbered eihlB O). in block
uiuubFred lour (), in the City of Cairo, Illinois
and wbrreaa dutaoJI Itaa lievn inadt) In Uie ey
lurntof Mud note. Now, therefore, in imru
Jure uf Ilia nulhority conferred liy taid trutl
del, 1 mill aell the aboTe dwrrilMsj nn-iuiat-t
at nubile, v.n.l.i in tlie niabetl blditer.
li id hand, at tbe court bute door la Cairo
liluioit.oii Satunlay, the Sslb day of October
A. !., I-?.., at tiM nourot t o'clock, v 'u-, o
aid uuy, amid sale to w wunoiiircwuiuiiou.
Al.t- UKD H. hAKFOKU, iruslve.
I.HI- KN k i.lbBIH'l , Atfrneyt. m.I-1
Iy ordei oi the I'nunty Cotuniitnioueia f Al
rian.icr u..y, than will oa on-reu i"r aala, i
I'uMic auaiion, at 'I lit, on Ilia :S'lh dayoi
K.M . IsTi,. ii n'.lork. a tn . tilt old I e ir-
II hiv, larlu.lii.g ihe ir round on which it itntut
ated. .I(ijjiiu-1 and kut' aa the fublir
s. i nar. leruit of tha tale : uiu or count
ln lehie.nt . w. bHMOSf, to. Ctu'r
Cir-.', Snx. tl, 7t),
Mow To Malt Hmf.
We will atate that tae mirtt, best and
Iptedlest w ay to "multiply and hu-'ta"
la to call at No. li Wall ireet, Ntw toii,
and consult wild Alex Frotblnclmui ft Co.
These gentlemen, who navc'lum- been
iduiitifleit Willi the lii0ry an. I alt-in nl
Wall Mrett. are unusually skilled in mone
tary aitalrs, and In every ihinir appeiisintmr
to speculation, are uiir.-uclU.' for iitilltlj
ami protkluiit'v. It nmv nIki be tnl.l tlil
of the many Ifroktrt In Hint city thty hi
nut only the iimt popii nr, but al-u the
mosl tucvesMiil, beM patroiilrd, and nont
widely known In or iimr ihe tl.lnllv of
Aiiiiiik the cii't'. mm l Hik house of
Alex I-rotliiuuhaut ,1 , ate ome our
leading sn l re ireijt.iiii ciiitnv wtm
are mainly tn-kMed fi the l.i'r of tin
tli in fur iniuh of ttitwNiih ttuy now eiiioy.
Dm In the bum met u. va-i'IiiI et-r-It-tic
of Messrs. Ale. Kiothiiiiclniiii .V t .,
In tlitl oty they hate earned l-jl- them-elu
an iiitlahle lepululiun fur honest) , iiitutf
l it)' and laltli, aud enjoy a lni-int- Mmo-i
culostjl in I's proportion. In fact, tins
amount of business done by this huii-e In
Ihe course of a ear Is suinelhliirf wonder
ful, and olteu ioi'iii lh! Riilijei-t of com
ment. It ticc.1 but a 11 1 to their ion
Oltices In Witil -tieetto prove the- tint It of
the above t.ttriuei.t.
How they iuanae to eonveit ?I0 to rJo,
M to 5P40, et'l Itit.i tSo. iin-1 i on. Is a
e. ret which tbev alotio eau ex.lln: but
hat they sueeneil In ilonitf so In a fa. t I-jo
welt known l admit ot itotibt. II you
Wou:l sstnlv sn.l i.rofiut.ly met mmii
iiiuui'j, (to not lit-ittitu to uvur this Him
with Volir.-h Mini eonhdelii-e. Ileitis
ilnir you will reap an abunilant rewai.t.
he expel ien.-e ol thousands ot our bes
Itlztii attest. The lie.esitv of tNkinv
such a course in these times of tottering
banks ami tlnaiiciai trinu'eiiey must be n
rarent to the most indifferent and carelc
Measr' Alex. Krothinirham A- Co.. are
rep a re. I to invest money lo anv aniouut in
he best securities, and In eery transae
ion in which tlirv may be engaged guar
antee coilru sal lla. lion to thoe w ho honor
them with their pafonano.
t-"-wend for their Kxplanatorv Circular
aud Weekly Iteport, which they mail tree
to all who "desire them. from A'. )'. iff
pol!t. Aoril It) 1M76. T-lH.eol:inS
C r. KMBkei e Bltler Wlae of Iron
has never been known to fall lo the cure of
weakness. attended with symptoms; Indis
position to exertion, loee of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror or death, night sweats, cola feel,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot the muscular srstetn,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot handt, flasblnK of the boJy, dry
ness of the skin, pallia countenance aud
eruptions on tbe face, purifying the blood.
pain in the baek, heaviness ol tbe eyelids,
frequent black spots flying before the eyes
with temporary sufflsion and loss of eight.
want ol attention, etc. rnese symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use E. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wine of
Iron. It never fails. Thousands are now
enjopng health who have used it. Take
only E. K. Kunkel's.
seware or counterfeits an.i uae imita
tions. As Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is
so well known all over the country, drug
gists themselves make an imitation ana try
to tell it off to their customers, w hen they
call for Kunkel's Hitter Wine of Iron,
Kunkel s Hitter Wine of Iron is put up
only in $1 bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor's photosrraph on the wrapper of
each bottle. Always look for the photo
f;raph on ihe outside, and you will always
e sure to tret the genuine. One dollar per
bottle, or six for 5. sold by druggists and
ALL WOKMS KKMoVED ALIVC.
K. K. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fails
lo destroy l'in Seat and Stomach Worms.
Dr. Kunkel, tbe only successful physician
who removes Tape Worm in two hours
alive, with head, and no fee until removed.
Common tense teaches that il Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
destroved. senl lor circular to Dr. Kun
kel, Mo. S.VJ North Ninth ttrect, Philadel
phia, Pa., or ctll on your druist and ask
tor a dom le or nunaei s worm yrup.
Price, 11.00. Jt never fails.
B. F. PARKER,
r?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
iVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, fee.
Alwayt on kand, the oelehrale-l illuminating
Corner Eleventh Street and Wasfcla
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Wan bin a-ton adl Ooaatnerolal
Avennee, adjoin tnr Haitny'a.
KEKI'8 for tela the beet Beef, Perk, Mutton
Veal, Lamb. Beuaage, .. and la pre
piiMut to rva rani I lla fa aa aenentalila ma- iar
To vnoEi Fensions are
JrAliliDlllBUO wtUle la the Uu
aad dlaaaaxie o duty, either Vj aaUeat or
etberB-tee,iaxild tare a paoaloa. TbeloaeeS
a aanr eaUtlat yon to atilna rnBtara,
naaVtatar Ww aUha, te yoa a yaeloiw
-ru laaaoi a toa nraa to w
Vaeleeaef eaere a Ives yea a
lad toaa tnereeee. fj'
Mat taof-i Panaloai aad
Addraaa, p. M. Wl
Caltad ateaet Clala Aaent, law aa aroLuIirB
CTO- all lattaninark F. O. Box hJOt
For use in Summer and Winter.
Makes clothes clean, sweet and very while
WITHOl'T UOJUNCior MTALU1SU
No Bough Hands !
No Yellow Clothes !
Na Wash Boiler 1
N o Steam in the House !
Ciuaranu-ed under S-'J penalty not to In
jure eloilrt-j, and tnerior for Toilet and Shay-
Sold at blon., or a f-mily ackai;e will be
sent, etireat chug irtid, on rttxipl ot one
dollar aad ttlly ceoU. Out reliable dealer
wanted at every prominent point as aceut, with
whom a liberal erraiifemcut will be luaJe.
r. r. aiooaiL,
autf-daw.'u Market H. , I'hiU
tilXTH STHKKT. between OHIO
LEVKH AND COMMKHClAli
Manufaoturea hie ctrn Uuree fJhoea and
can Aaauti-if.Hi.1 VViub.
, Hil KIINAUi: ti()f.HM l I'.IJ
l--tn- t ..
. , .
M.T. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the oar-load
;,on, or in hogaheada, for shipment
promptly attenaea to.
jaT'To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
noma or year, at umiorm rates.
CAlJtO CITT COAL COMrAJIT.
r-Halliday Bro 't offlce, No 70 OhioI.eT-e
fVliairi.lay bro t wharf boat.
tJTAt karptian MiUt. or
U-At tbe Coal Dump, foot efToutT-tiKhtb
H-Poet Offlce Drawer, ami.
Evsnsvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetown, Evana-
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant tlde-wberl tniti--
Waltku B. I'ln.ni-igTO.n-. Mauler
CiiAHi.ii ranMMCTow Clerk
Will leeve Cairo every WKllNK.SllA Y at 6
o'clock i. ni.
The fleet aleainer
1 11. I IIOMA
leaves Cairo eery SATfHUAV.
Kach ttoat make cloae toiincxtiuin at Cairo
With flrt-t:lat tteaiuen for M l.oiin, Uiu
bitaud New Orleau. aud at .vanvillt with
the b. A C. It. K rrallK.intNortbaad kaal.
andwiihllie I oiiicvillt Mail tU-anera foktll
UolnUontlie I r Ohio, giviu tlimugbre
oelt.ts on tn-lgiil. and I'tutnengi-r. to all foiula
Ki.r urther infonnation apply to
H)L. fslLVklt, Vaxitengtr Agent.
HALUDAY 11UOS., I .
Urto Q. J. GRAMMEK,
Siirinteuilt-Dt tnd (iviieral Freiifhl AifiBt,
l-J-.-o-l . KVBDill lu.lutna.
STRATTON & BIRD,
aOMKTt AHIBIOAN POWDKB CO
67 Ohio Levee.
BOX aud BASKET CO
All kinds (hard and tort,)
FLOORING, BIDING. LATH, &o.
Mill aad Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
Q D WILLIAMSON,
Wa. It OHIO LEVEE.
C fKCLAL attantioi lttn tocontiKnmeots an I
No u Ohio Uvw,
SOLD riRST SEASON.
HANDSOME- DURABLE AND
Willi Falent Cranite Iron VaUr Ura.
cnmnjL as an opzii mz,
And a perfect Combination of
' tyif your Tlnnr-r has not got an atsort
tnent, tend the order to
EXCELSIOR! MANUFACTURING CO.
612614,-616 &61SN. Hail Street,
O. W. HENDERSON.
A Curious Good Thing
That fount lnT..tif ticxi ;
Tbat coaquvit er.juJic.
it ciin all
rr mm Aa la aery rrat,
Pyaaaia,a. TrfM l.lr,
Hwttrlu. l.lT-r nskia. nri Dtaaata.
rtlHll ailrt. Hr t aiaaM-li. rtr.
Tbm mmmmr mrr trni4 frvaa Tar.
BI4 Ur mm SaitKait-a.
,t4r at mmm kr rata lar.
It mtdiratt ailh -ff-rtivt romrxiiina. f'art t r
attorttln, artiDt ro ih lir ar.4 ilnnuh imma.li
ataljr, takiac fruui tha t,.. in nrrj aarlula . f Mala
ria aad fiiliuut paiaua.
Da. t). W. TAiariu:
f I taka alaatiirt lo t-tllf;iDi that Itolman't Aiua
raq oat ciirN m. prcnit-ii) tLi fnciuaiir. cr ii.
rbillt, and, la a4ditu.n tu tin., it hat parman-atlr
tur.d na of a l.-rpid anion of tha lir. bl. h I...
tutjactd at to periodical tihoua attackt; ati.l. at
a r.iut)0nc. I am now aojuiii Urtur krallli thau
1 Ut (ut t-lf art.
fc iiatpartrtillr TAtirt.
Ji'RtPH H. THOKST'.K,
A iitact l'.j.lDi.lr. CIim iaiiali. .
Cot. Tborntn It well triowaat II. cuitiatai.drr . f
a Indiana Btfiiutut in tbe war tiU tho LuulcJrr
attt. I'rict SI. ill tenj tr uia.l aliao dratf Ittt do not
k-p ttiwiii. rWi.d f.-r hook c.-i. tai ru titr om. li aluatla
luloriuatiou al.-out Itilt ua.lrful caratlra.
Dr, D. W. Fairclillfl, Prop,, Cincinnati, 0.
Llkt Tfrytajna: TalnaMa BOLMAM'B VKVCK
l.NU AGL'K AND L1VKM PA1S, that bata ttovl
tbt ten for rear-, wlta a liolI rrtntatioii f r
th.lr cttcacr, ABB EtIMU COLMTiKHlTlLli
AND IM1TATCD If tlunj.y tmpirka, and uuj.r
other saniet. Coma ara a dadlr ia'iD, othra no
brtlarthaaao Bach taw-duat. TUIY AKK HAS.
I KAUDtt : tot It n up to aril on th ratutatiou of tl.
vtiiulnt. Bt'V MINI BI T H"LMAS S, rlk.Akl.Mi
II1S PICTl UE AND MONATCKI. Iti.l.tj arold
luf diaappoluiuivut and liupoaitlou.
rue., imti 13 ::it m mi
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board. 3d Floor $2.00 Pur Day
SpaeUl Rntat by Waak or Month.
A liiulu-.l niimUr of very .U-iriiMs tafnilv
roumt can Ih- st-turi-.t ut r. a ..iial.lt- iui. 1. 1 u..
The St. L'harlet is tbe lurK.tau.l b-t aioliit
e.l HniiHc iu Aoutbi-ru IlliuoU, unl ia the lra.liiiu
hoi. I in Cairo. .Nut llh.toinliiiK Hie "lir.1
Uut k" mlucti.in iu rii-M, tbt- table will, aa
u.iiui, l.e liin-rally mpplul Willi the very bral
ut't-vtrytliiiiK thut ran tie louiij iu niaiket .
r int latye Han.ple rooms lor c-.uinurr. iul trav
eler, on xrouu.l tlixir, Ir.-eol . Iiaiy.-
tAll LaKKaveof gut eunveye.1 touii.llr..iii
the Hotel Who, rharpe
. . i ' - 1 -
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE.
City National Baak Building, ap-stairs
?aa Oldaat EaUbllahad Xfacj la Bout
m XUinoia, nprMtMtUB ovar
165 OOO OOO
Highland Park, 111.
A alUaai aad Preparatory Inaii
lallaai far Lattlea.
Kail KttHlun beirlna fepterater 2'(h, l7i
Courc of atii.ly tliurouKh ami exten.le.1. Kur.
facililKt fur Hutio, Drawing Jand I'aiiitiuj;
Manuerf, Moralt anil llealtb of tbe flrat iiupor
taiire. C'ollt-Ke Imililinva ivuutuioUiout, ami
well fiinii.-l.e4. No ro.mia lor vm.iU above two
Hiabla of tlairt. lAMxtion atlrailixe. Thut
wbo have rouilelil tbeir oriliuary a boul edu
cation claewber-t way ba received to ruriie our
hitilu-r ty.urwa witb cia-eial advautaa. 1 li.
WAkU f. WfilO-N. I'tu-HifS-Ni.