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a false and fraudulent return a return
that is rotten with both legal and actual
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that can avail in thU proceeding."
Hatks' cabinet has been mde up by
his friend in Washington. Evarts is to
be secretary of state, Senator Sherman
secretary of the treasury, and Hale, oi
Maine is to be trivau a prominent place to
placate his father-in-law Chandler, and
Ids Irlend Blaine. Conkling's lately ex
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Ohio, will get a foreign mission, Austria
or Italy ; and Stanley Matthews of the
same state, can have a cabinet place if he
Train robbers, on the morning of the
Hlh Inst., wrecked a train of cars on the
Iron Mountain railroad about ten miles
north of Little Rock. They pried the
ties up as to raie the track on one
side while the rails on the other side had
been unsplked but left in their places.
The baggage, express and mail cars went
dow n the bank, while some ol the pas
senger coaches jumped the track without
going in the ditch. The passenger
nearly all escaped without serious injury,
but the engineer had both legs crushed,
the llreman was killed, and the mall
gnt and brakeman considerably in
jured. As the coaches were crowded
with passengers, very few of whom were
inlured. it is supposed that the wreckers
feared to put their plan ot robbery into
The bill recently reported iu the Illi
nois house providing for the compulsory
education of children in the state of Illi
nois has nassed the aecond reading. The
measure provides that parents and guard
ians having the control and charge of
any children between the ages of eight
and fourteen years shall be required to
send them to the public school lor
period of at least twelve weeks each
school vear. commencing on the first
Monday of September, unless such chil
dren shall be excused from such atten
dance bv the board of education or
school directors of the town or district.
as the case may be. Ihe necessary ex
ceptions are made, ot course, where
there are no schools to at
tend, and where children have suffi
cient educational laeLUiles at home. To
make the provisions of the act more bind
ing it U provided that no manufacturer,
owner ot mills, or mines, agent.oyerseer,
contractor, landlord, or other person in
this atate shall employ any child under
fourteen years ot age alter the date pre
fixed in the act without the child having
first presented satisfactory evidence that
the provisions of the measure hare beeu
complied with. There is a provision de
claring that the violators ol the act shall
be fined not less than twenty dollars nor
more than tilty dollars tor each offense,
la regard to the purchase of books for
the use ot children too poor to buy them,
tlio act provides that such shall be fur
nished by the board of education at the
expense of the district.
The bill has created considerable dis
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papers, but the probability ia that it will
be adopted by the general assembly.
WHAT 1ITTY HAS TO SAY Ok'
Ever since it came out through one of
the witnesses before the Louisiana lnves
tigatlng committee that the "visiting
statesmen" who went down to see
fair count" in that state had, while they
were In the Crescent City, visited a col
ored ball, the Republican kettle has been
calling the Democratic pot very black.and
vUtverta. Respectable Republican papers
have been holding Messrs. Trumbull and
Palmer up to the scorn of their readers
and respectable Democratic papers have
been going through the same perfor
mance with Messrs. Sherman, Kelly,
Garfield, etc. Ditty, a witness whose
testimony has recently been taken before
th committee, was present at the ball in
question and spoke of that fact as fol
"As to these quadroon balls, It is al
most unnecessary to say that they are
one of the peculiar institution ot New
Orleans, which almost every respectable
Tlaitor to that city who can get an InvlU-
i i .
Oeas. Z3u.lltlA SvLlldltr. Cctntt Twalftfe Btxat txA "Wavailiarex. JL-vmnw.
tiou goes to see, jut as he does any other
object of interest or curiosity. 1 at least
never Imagined thst there was anything
to be ashamed ot in going to such balls,
or that there was any reason whv 1
should conceal the fact that I had at
tended one. When I returned to my
home I talked as freely to
my friends and acquaintances ot
both sexes ot my presence at that ball
as 1 did of my visit to the Mississippi
jetties or Mr. Lawrence's attgrfr and
orange plantations. It any of the other
gentlemen who were present (and 1 be
lieve the whole Democratic committtee,
except Mr. Julian, were at the ball, to
gether with a number of other distin
guished and highly respectable gentle
men, both resident and visiting) had any
scruples as to the propriety ot their at
tendance or any objection to
Its being known, they had a knowl
edge or Intent of evil to which I was
a stranger. I might add, on the point of
respectability, the well-known la t, that
the best blood of Iouisiana flows in the
veins of these same quadroons and octo
Ditty has no doubt told the truth about
the colored balls of New Orleans, and
the particular ball tn question.
ly the Ijrs sustained
work of the kind in the World.''
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io supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
caiao cm voax cobUakt.
rj-Hallidsy Bro.'s office, No. TO OhloLtve.
n-Hainday Bro ' wharf boat.
H-At Errptian MUU. or
tf"At th Cost Lmmp, foot ef Tauty-lightb
ETPost Office Drawer, am.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetewn, van
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant side-wheel steamer
AT ALTER B. rBiCMIXOTOg.. Master
wHARLBS Pbhkimuton Clerk
Will leave Cairo every WEDNF.fiPAT at 8
o'clock p. m.
The fleet Steamer
ea ee.se . - at
Leave Cairo every SATURDAY.
Eai'b boat makes close connection at Cairo
with n rat-class steamer for St. Loui, htem-
rhi aud New Orleans, and at EvansviUe with
h K. C. K. K for all points Vjjrth snd East,
andwilktbe LouisvUls Mail bteamera fos,all
points on tlie Upper Ohio, giving throngb re
ceipts ob freight sad passenger to all points
For nrther Information apply to
BOL. BlLVKU, Vasaengcr Agent.
HALXJDAT BKOS., I .nU
J. M. PHILLIPS, ' j
Or to 0. J. GRAMMEB,
(Superintendent and General Freight Agent,
lt-s-2u-lr. fc. vans v ill Indiana.
fljaqq Caa't ne mane ty
ne mane tiy every agent
every month in the business we
. 1 V. 1. . willlntf ,A urnrV .n M.iit
lUIUIWIl WUb .UVB " " " " J .
urn a aoxen aollar a aay nitnvin ineir own io- i
Mlttla. Have no room to explain nere, oiuii-
aes pleasant and honorable, Monies, nova
snd girls do aa well a men. , w will rurnisn
you a couiulele outnt tree, int ousiuesa pay
better than anvthing else, W will bear ex
pens of suiting you. Particular frss. writ
ind see. f armers sou iukmuiw, mm vi.ua
snd daughters, snd sU classes in need of paying
work at home, should write to us aud i ru aii
about the work at once. Now la tbe tin
don't delay.; Addtss Tac A Co, AugusU,
37 Caul Flats, LOUISVILLE, KV.
A Ncukarty aaacetaal afa4 k gaily ttusliAed tbvsiA4avB a4 lae
BBAMl ushMaafui, eta rclfc will fro. .
SraMtorrlieft aad Ixapotaeya
as U-s rwstull ef 4f-aUua ia touUi, srul wssm )
urt TaBftTm. sHhef ssoassi, su4 tyrasitb-Lag avassef Ua faw
Iwviag etja l. KervouautsJM, at'Uiiis) l uisliaa, (itiglil snUsV
stwasb) bVsss.su. Diaisaas elttigstl, Urlerutf MchMMy. Pay
SA.lUeva. litULlMtMi 'aViJ. A VctsittB Ui IjkWteU f F e-UlalcSA
lstAiAsaSus. r laivas. ! aka 1 hewer. 4c, r. eVrisa)
Saetriasvga IsuLtrviscr wr ttsttati
Ltrviscr wr uettat't'V, sit
sit Uoruisiiy aaJ parous-
silTA(7JtBVLr nrlaW liiaMws ttr ai euaasl
MMdMdMdWt 8reCAiM, OaxaiUa, rata, t
It umU-mi4M tat a rsa7Ariaa te pa a ex ai atsatka
Is a ayrtsuta aiaw til Jiseaassa. su4 uvlial lWuaaula bVu
ail. ash,iirM grvsat stUL PI f a-iAL kivwiaf ctua aM tfwa
i-wsMsBK'ttd tjwrwi Ia my ear. Wswa i 1 lwMyuai a
vlait bbm citr aw ttaMCii, lWsw a aa( tnassy
aawi ssiaif by atatlar wijsfsv aaj !'
Vnnm Onaraatcd 1 all Caaaa
U utia r iaskaa
tuauiiatwLa .wsllf at av tatter sW aa4 tsHt4,
Caavn, waniasVls aa4 ttjrrfuWisipw aHAi ffi.fjsjaiiit,
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1Mt NkU, SS.S14 s. an a, ii kSna as sas,
iStMawistreaitA. g. wr. a. sw4k,A, I s r. S
PUCES EESUCX9 TO OTT T2I TOCU
Room tnd Board. It tnd 2d
Floor, $2,50 per Day.
Rosin and Board, Sd Floor 19 .00 Vsr Dr
Spaalal lUtse tr Weak ar tfaais..
A limited number of VsrT desirable fasaflf
rooms can be secured at reasonable rales 1st IM
The St. Charles I the largest sad best attpolst
ed House In Southera Illinois, snd is lbs iesdiaS
hotel in Cairo. Motwrthetanalng tb "
Koch" reduction la prtoss, the table W1U, as
usual, be liberally rapplled with th vary hast
of everything that can be ftmad la saatket .
Fine Urge sampl room for eosasMreiai kraV- ,
elers, on aronnd floor, free of chart.
El-All baggage or guests MnvsyeaieaMarsas)
thebetel without charge. j.
PAINT A WIS Oil.
S. F. Bioko
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
iVall Paper, Window Glass, Wis
dow Shades, oto.
Alwaya on hand, the eetobrated lUtimmaSBSg
saross sw Sta.tXctln.st,
Oornsr Eleventh Street and Washieg
JOHN H. MTJLXBT,
Attorney at sLaw.
OFFICE : At residence on Ninth Street, betwesa
Wasblnctoa avenue and Walnut Street.
STRATT0N & BLUD,
AOXNTS AMJERIOAJi' fOWCI OO
57 Ohio XiAvee
cf vtur ISM Tarktrtica of
Bedding Plants, Kosws, sia
t-'aik-l Kree i ail ai..lkaaa.
f'f week in your own town. Terms sad
lit) $5ouillt free. It. II AI.I KT A f it.. Ph.
A LUCRATIVE BUSINESS.
tJ-WE WANT 600 MORE
CLA88 SEWING MACHINE AOXIfN.
AND 000 MEN OF ENBBOT A f
ABILITT TO LEARNTHBBUSnrt
OF SELLING SEWING MACHINE f.
UUgrNBAIlUH LIBEHAk, BUT
VARYING AOCOB.DINGTO ABIXtVt.
CHARACTER and atTALlFICATIOVJl
OF THE AGENT. FOB PARTICU-
Wilson Uui K&ehi&i Cc. Chiearo.
SS7 and 829 Broadway, Nsw Tork,
biw orieans, a. a.
AYEAB. AGENTS WANT
ED on our li rand Conci
liation I'los pectus, reprssValt-
150 DISTIHCT BOOKS
wanted everywhere. The Bigfrest rlttN
Ever Tried, hale mad from this When au
single Books tail
Alio, Agents wanted OB r
FAMILY BIBLES, SuraWiw
th invalusbl Illustrated IM
to all Other. With
and Superb Bindings These Book besip
norm, r tin psmcuisrs rree. aanres m e
rorTCH Sk IU publisher. J'hiladai
phia. C' 1 3 a day at houi.. Agent wanted. Out&l
QIZ and Icrnn free. TBt'E & CO., Ansta,
Extra Fine Mixed Cards,
aaW IO cU.. postpaid. L. JONES s CO.,
Nassau, N. V.
CStei n n7 s Weekle Ag.nl.. tlOOl'TFIT
$33 IO k:k. i. O. VlCKkKY, A
matter how slixktlv dis
abled. IncreaMS sow paid. AS-
vice snd circular free. T.JMt Michael, Arty, ,07
Cansein hi., l'hila., 1'a.
OR Fancy Mlxsd Cards, latet styles,
scroll hue stvles. wun name 1UO
Naasaa Caret ., F. O. box 6o Nassau
name. I w .
J. N. JAE.
Maiden Jiride, N. T.
t a tOfl Pr day at home. Samples worth
$3 TO )AU Bift.. ollNBONaCO.,Porl
) H flMAMoNTH received by euraraCN
IU 0 siyDate. Student wanted. Salai-yVU
Situationa nirstahed. Ad-
dress N. W
KGHAl'H lNSTITl'TE, Jaaes-
ftK Fine Mixed Card.
ith Bams, ts eears
u postpaid. i"kir 10 rents.
A CO., North I hatham. N. Y.
ts. A. TRAVEK
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
Is ins Grand Old
Which has stood . the test of C
There is no sore it will net HeaL
no Lameness it will not Cursvno
Vohe, no Fain, that A dots the liu-
man Dooy,or tne ooay oiatur-s
or other Domestio animaL t. t
does net yield to its mario tou .
a DOttie eosuns seo sue. uu
has often aared the life of a nomsa
Being, and Restored to tdia end
serulnees Uany a Valsable