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Ou) Simon Cameron lim condiuM to
jo to Europe.
Tiik lllinoi lejrNliiliire,; It U Mated,
Hill ntlj jiiiii Ix twieii Hie Mil and UUli of
Ex-tiOX MIMMt Novk, to whom
Hayes is Indebted for liis nomination by
the Cincinnati convention, lm Iwn n
pointei to miocced N'alibtirn n mill
ikr to the French republic.
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Washington correspondent say U:at
of all tlie persons mentioned for the seat
in the United States supreme bench made
vacant by tlio resignation l Judge
1 avi, ex-Secretary l.ristow in the mo.t
likely to secure the appointment.
A RKnoi.mox has passed both houses
of the Missouri legislature instructing
their representatives and senators in con
gress to use ail honorable means to se
cure the passage of the TexaJl'acifio rail
road Jbill. TL
1th charged by eastern pnpers that
ex-Senator John A. Logan is organizing
an opposition in the west to act in har
mony with a similar movement to be
organized by lllnina in the east to oppose
L'ai.icai. !:' everywhere are de
nouncing tin? action of the Louisiana
legislature in electing Judge SpolKirJ to"
the I'nited States senate; and, though
but lew of them have the courage to say
so oif nly, charge the responsibility home
Thk Iruit Is no longer in danger ol be
ing killed by cold weather or Irost, and
as it is seldom that it is injured from any
other cause, we may expect a very large
yield. Reports trotn all parts of South
ern Illinois are to the saiiie t-ffcet, to-wit:
that the prospects for a bountilul crop
were never better.
The Chester Tribune says : "Cairo
'defeated the entire straiphtout ticket
nominate J by the iJL'inoeratlc couven
'tion, re-electing Jack Winter tnaj'or,
'and defeating Fred Hross lor police
'magistrato by electing his colored com
petitor. Bird." The Tribune is mistaken
so far as Judge Bross is concerned. The
judge was not even a candidate lor police
A Wasuinctox special to the Chicago
Twits says: "The secretary ot the
navy has under consideration the ques
'tion of asking congress to appropriate
'SjOO.OOO at the approaching extra ses-
'sion for the purpose ot fitting out eight
vessels to be held in readiness lor ser-
'vice in case of an emergency. It is
'feared the eastern troubles may possibly
'jeopardize American interests, and it is
'proposed to have these vessels ready to
'join the Europian and Asiatic stations.'
Ntw Vokk Democrats are urging Mr
'i'ilden lor tho United States senate, to
snooooil ltofooo Conklin. The New Vuik
Democrats could not please the country
better by any act they might do than to
send Mr. Tildeu to the senate. The
many years he has spent in tho public
service, and his never faltering devotion
t j the best interests of the whole coun
try has won lor him the conlidenec and
respect of the people ot every section.
In the senate he would wield a greater
influence than any other man in New
Ir is asserted by members ot the Pack
ard party that in the last caeus held by
the Packarditcs a document' was exhib
ited which will be interesting reading it
it is ever allowed to see print. The
document In question was prepared for
the signatures ol the supervisors of elec
tion In the parish of New Orleans, in
which they are to certify that the par
itli lid not go for Hayes as they returned
it, but that It really went for Tildeu by a
considerable majority. Tho change in
fhis panVL contributed chletly in giving
Hayes his prct-iid ;d m ijority in the
A ft w d.ij s ago the Springfield corres
pondent of the Chicago Tribune, sent to
that paper a statement of the number of
times each member of the house of rep.
r seinaiiyes lias inlswd roll call during
the entire session. The statement shows
that a tew of the uicmljcrs have not an
swered to their names from a hundred to
a bundled and fifty times, while very few
"I them have missed less than
twenty or thirty times. When tho pa
per containing the list wua received in
Springucld it created uo little consterna
tion among the members ol the bouse,
and when the house tint a number ol
them "rose to personal explanations,"
and nearly &U ot them claimed that the
correspondent had not reported them
correctly; that he had charged them
with being abent wheu they were
in their seats and attending
to their duties. Several gentlemen
were rather severe on the correspondent
who prepared the list, and ho was tie
liouiiuasu as a dirty dog," a "thief and
scoundrel," etc. It Is almost certain that
Thompson, the. coi respondent in ques
tion, did nuke a good many mistakes in
the report, but it is not probable that he
did so wilfully.
rosi'AU. tK r ii-LKv, of St. Louis, and
Win. McKee, principal stockholder in
the (JULe-JJauitcrut, are )ut now engag
ed iu a war ol words in which they are
showing up the weak point in each
other's characters to ptrlectlon. Filley
is the head and Irout of the Radical
party in St. Loui, and McKee, who
wauU a new postmaster and a share of
the patronage, is working to Lave Filley
removed. The latter a lew days ago
published a couiuiuulcatloa in tit St.
Ixiuis Jiejiublican, Irom which we uuke
the folio wing extract concerning McKee 'g
whibkj riojr operation :
'The percentage ol your 'swag' you
have never divulerd. It was, however,
.sensed upon the distillers and recti
fiers, and the contributions were lyrecd
Irom them upon the principle of that
civil ncrvlee reform that iwrvaded
your ring. Von were contentedly and
avariciously resigned. That was the
kind of reslnaiion you liked venal,
mercenary, and close. There was one
other resignation that would have suited
you belter. Vim would have liked
to have resigned Jour posi
tion as a prNnin-r. Hut that would
not ha? c been reform, except as you s'olo
out nights through the misguided gen
erosity ol your keeper, whom you h it to
his fate, to bo discharged, nnd lose his
position after you had used him. as you
have every person who ever did you a
kindness, bo not the skeleton lingers
of the dead whom you subordinated to
crime, and drovo to premature graves
(official and others)point at you In the
still watches ol the night, and bid you
come to the kind of results of civil-service
reform that you lead them to? Will
you resign that pleasure? You can not.
My dear I ncle Hilly, I shall not resign.
Be resigned to that. It U none but the
claqueurs, dead-beats, galoot! and bum
mers of your relorm society that want
The speakership of the next house Is
the subject ot considerable talk among
Washington politicians. The candidates
are Randall, of Pennsylvania ; Morrison,
ot Illinois; Saylor, ot Ohio, and Cox, of
New York. Randall, who lias heretofore
considered his election almost certain,
has, within tho last few tJays, been less
hopeful of succors. The candidacy ot
.Mr. Morrison seriously Interferes witii
Randall's plans ; and even if Morrison
should be defeated, ho will not support
Randall, as it is generally understood he
did last year. Randall will not bo able
to control maii.y Southern votes, as he
has always been a high tariff man. and
always represents LVnnsylvaiiia tarilf in
terests, and as the Southern members
say, oppoes Southern improvement
schemes. Morrison it seems is gaining
strength, and it is now conceded that he
is Randall's strongest opponent, with
lair propeets for success.
At a conference held in Washington a
few days ago between Generals Sherman
and Sheridan and Indian Commis
sioner Smith, Gen. Sherman expressed
the belief that tho United States had wit
nessed the last great Indian war. The
occupation ot the Black Hills, and the
approaching removal ot the Sioux to tho
agency to be established tor them, will,
in the general's opinion,
render it impossible lor any tribe to car
ry on an extensive war against the
whites. That dissatisfied bands will oc
casionally create disturbances is to be ex
pected, but there will be no more Rreat
wars, and the Western frontier will be
lrec from any further depredations.
Spotted Tail, through whose efforts the
Sioux have been induced to discontinue
hostilities and surrender to the govern
mcnt, is to be rewarded for his services.
Commissioner Smith lias suggested that
a regiment of scouts be reerulted Irom
among the Indians, and that Spotted
Tail be commissioned colonel of the
regiment, withother chiefs of Jess note
as captains and lieutenants. Besides
providing an opportunity to reward
those Indians who hare all along been
friendly to the government, the commis
sioners believe such a force, divided up
into Km ill companies and stationed at
the different agencies, would render
Invaluable service in doing patrol duty.
General ohernian was favorably im
pressed with the suggestion, and it is
probable be will recommend that a reg
mc it ol Indians be enlisted, and that
Spotted Tall be commissioned colonel of
r v'(.Kr law.
The Illinois legislature has passed a
law the object ot which is tor the more
certain punishment of idlers and tramps.
The law provides for the
punishment as vagrants of "all persons
'who are idle and diaso-
lute, and who go about begging; all per
'sons who use any juggling or other un
'lawiul games or plays; runaw ays, pilfer .
'ers, conilde-nce men, common diuiik
'ards, common night walkers, lewd, wan
'ton and lascivious persons In speech or
'behavior; common railers and brawl,
ers; persons who are habitually neg-
'lectful of their employment 'or their
calling, and do not lawfully provide for
themselves or tor the support of their
families ; and all persons who are idle
'and dissolute, and who neglect all law
ful business, and who habitually mis
spend their time by frequenting bouses
ol ill-fame, gambling houses or tip
phug shops; all persons lodging
in or found in the mgbt time in out
houses, sheds, barns, or uuoccupled
buildings, or lodging in the open air
'and not giving a good account of them-
'selves, and all persons who are known
'to be thieves, burglars, or pickpockets,
'cither by their own confesslouor other-
wise, or by having been couyicted of
larceny, burglary, or other crime
'against the laws of the state, punishable
'by Imprisonment in the stato prison, or
'in a house of correction of any city and
'having no lawiul iueaus ot support, or
'habitually found prowling around any
'teamboat landing, railroad depot,
'banking institution, broker s ofllce,
'place of public amusement, auctiou
'room, ttore, shop, or crowded
'thoroughfare, cars or omnibuses, or any
'public gathering or assembly, or loung-
'iiig about any court room, private
dwelling houses or out houses, or are
'found i'J any house ot ill-tame, gam-
bling house, or tippling shop." Per
haps no other city in the state will rtap
more or greater benelits from the passage
of this law than Cairo. It wil1
enable our officers to deal with a class of
men, who, under former state laws,
and under the city ordinance, could not
be punished. The class ot men we refer
to ar the corner loafers, bawdy
house biiniiueri, and night prowlers, of
whom Cairo always Las more than her
full quota. If this new law is enforced it
will be a great bcuelit to Cairo.
Oneol the Williamson county Cr.il n3,
sentenced to the penitentiary for liftecn
years has been pardoned by Cov. Cul
loui. We understand that it is all well
and just, and that Mr. Craln is a good,
1'ninir I lii KoiiimI).
"Last lccenibcr one ol our city banks
sent oil among its remittances a bank
note of the denomination of one thou
sand dollars to Its New York correspond
ent, Messrs. Winslow, Lanier & Co. In
a few days the bill was returned as a
counterfeit. Our city bank nt once re
turned it to an Olney merchant, from
w hom it bad received it, and he in return
passed over to the Olney bank, which
kept it going on Its n turn trip until it
reached Juliet, Illinois. Here it tumid
southward, through l'ana, Mt. Canned
and Grayville banks, until it comes once
more to another of our city banks, where
it at present halts, waiting perhaps lor
a lawsuit to determine Its final re
Fnil I lriiiniiier)"
The fruit drummers have already put
in an appearance. It the commission
merchants knew w hat a bore their solic
itors were to fruit growers, they would
not go to tho expeiuo of employing
them. .Many ol them do not kuow what
a man's time is worth and by talking
soon disgust them. Several of our ship
pers have avowed they will not ship to
a house who send out hired solicitors. If
one of the firm conies down to make the
acquaintance nt the shippers it is all
right and pleases them (the shippers)
but they have no uso ftr regular "bor
er," as they arc aware that th ex
penses of the drummers have to come
out of their pockets as the commission
merchants have to charge a blither com
mission, in order to make up tor the cost
of employing them. Let every shipper
remember that the pay the expense ot
tliL"e men, and treat them accordingly.
mportant Instructions to the
District Attorney from
Judgments and Liabilities in the
Whisky suits to Da tntorcea
Ex-Uovernor Xnyvn lor the i'mit-li
.MlnsitMi nul lum t'lotrlier Kiia
lor l.ie AMHtrlHii.
Washington-, April 27. In the treaty
betwaen the United States and Kussia iu
14. the two uarties recognized as per
manent and immutable the principle that
free shins make free sroods. That is to
say, that effects or goods belonging to
subjects or citz-ens ot a power or slate
at war are Iree Iroin c.ipture'or contisea-
tion when found on board of neutral
vessels, with the exception of articles
contraband ol war, and that the prop
erty ol neutrals on board an eneiny't
vessel is not subject tocontlscatiou, unless
the same be contraband ot war. lliey
enKaire to upply these principles to
to the commerce and navigation ol all
such powers and states us shall concent
to adopt them as permanent and immut
able. 1 he last treaty between tne Liu
ted States and the Ottoman Empire, lie
collated in contains no such de
Owing to the death of Assistant Treas
urer Ilavis, at Cincinnati, Secretary
Sherman has sent Horace A. Whitney, ol
the treasurer's olllce, and W. P. lUrncs,
of the olllce of the secretary ol the treas
ury, to take charge ol the otlk-e there
until a new assistant treasurer is ap
pointed. THE Al TOIXTMENT MARK.
A. K. Stern has been appointed assist
ant treasurer at Cincinnati, in place ot
Mr. Davis, deceased.
The comptroller of currency has de
clared a dividend of JO per cent, in the
ease ot the fourth ational Bank ot
Scuor IVrez. resident minister Iroin
Columbia, being recalled, to-day took
leaye of President Hayes.
The president has commissioned as
postmasters II. V. WcCortney, Villlsca,
Iowa: '. J. Thomas, Berlin, Wis.; Cyrus
Hall, Shelbyville, 111.
The treasury of the Lnited States up
to date has di-bursd $:JU,31i,0iH) silver
currency, of which amount ilS.OJa.OUO
was In lieu ot Iractionai currencies, and
tl'2,'24'J,OUO tor currency obligations.
1 here is ou hand a balance ot 3,M)0.0U0.
INSTKLCllOXS TO MS1KICT ATlOIt.VKVS.
The following Is tho lull text of the
letter of the commissioner of internal
revenue to certain district attorneys in
prominent Western cities on the sub
ject of prosecutions of the whisky frauds:
Siu : This otllce desires to call you
attention to various suits and i.roseeti-
tions growing out ot the whUky Irauds,
still remaining unuui.-dicd iu vour dis
trict, and to urge upon you to take such
steps as will secure the prompt enforce
ment of all liabilites to the United States
in respect to such cases where property
has be-en seized and judgments not yet
obtained. Such should be pressed to
judgment without further delay. The
same course should be taken in relerence
to liabilities upon bonds and criminal
prosecutions. There fehoul 1 bo no un
necessary delay in proceeding-'
to enforce the col
lection ol judgment. where
obtained. 1 hi olllce exjtects that your
Vigilance will he constantly exercised to
guard the interest of the government In
these cases, and that you will not con.
sider that your duties are concluded
until the amounts ot the judgment are
collected, where collections are possible,
and the money paid Into the registry ot
the court and thence to the tieasurv of
the United States. It deptors have made
conveyances for the purpose of conceal
ment and to deleat the ends ol the gov
ernment, this ottUe should be advised and
appropriate proceedings Instituted un
der a bill of discovery, or otherwise, and
if debtors known to have property out
aide of your district, which can be
reached by the L'uited States, appropri
ate steps should be taken at once to reach
It. I would desire to be lulormed Of the
progress wade in these caes from time
to time until they are finally closed, nnd
request that you will advise this ofllce
when it can be of any assistance in the
ID own go tho Prices of
Seals' hv'Mwi flood!!
We are in receipt of the Finest Stock of Cos
GENTS ENGLISH WORSTED CLOTHING
Ever brought to Cairo. TIk-c goods nr.? pur based by Mr. r'arnlaker who renidei in
New York, and takes his time in selecting and Miyiun just what the nurkct
needs and at prices to suit the times. You w ill do well by calling
ou u, to look at oim- goods and prices. We mkc
A Specialty of Gents' Furnishing Goods and
Stetson's Fine Hat.
FARN BAKER & HAAS.
Corner 7th St. and Commercial Ave. in Winter's Block.
KKPOKT OK INDIAN C0.MMISSIONKRS.
The eijrhth nnnual report ol the board
of Indian commissioners is made public.
The report reviews what has been dune
under the peace system and deprecates
the want of good taitli tdiown bv the
government in its treatment of the In
dians. It concludes with the following
"Immediate compliance on the prt of
the government with tin? terms of the
existing treaties with all the Indians;
appropriations for consolidating the
agencies ; generous appropriations for
educational purposes ; a discontinuance
ol tribal relations; the extension ot l.iivs
for the protection of life nnd property
allotments of hind; establishment ol in
dustrial and agricultural boarding
schools, compelling the attendance of all
between seven and eighteen years of ae;
an issue ot supplies to bo made to the
heads or lamilies ; an increase of salaries
to Indian agents.
thk niExcn MISSION.
The appointment of ;ex-Governor
Noyes, ol Ohio, as minister to France
has been agreed upon and he has formally
accepted the position. He will not start
lor that country until his nomination
shall have been confirmed by the senate
at the approaching extra session.
TIIK AVSTP.IAN .MISSION.
Xo one is yet selected for the Austrian
mission, though several gentlemen are
named in connection therewith, among
them cx-Governor Fletcher, of Missouri.
England and Austria Preparing
to Take a Hand.
The Heavy Rains Cause a Tem
porary Delay of Operations.
Hiiktimi l.ovses in tiie limilc t'onulil.
THE FLEET COAI.IMi IT.
.New Vokk, April 1!7. The ilusslan
fleet has been coaling up to-day and
everything indicates tin early departure
lor some other port or a cruise,
J.ivehi'uol, April 27. The Courkr
Loudon correspondent telegraphs that
the British government has resolved to
intertere between Uus-ia uuJ Turkey. 1
have the highest authority lor stating
that her majesty's government has just
been called upon by Austria to lultill her
engagements under the tripartite treaty
ot 100" lor protecting the- integrity ol the
Ottoman empire, and that a decision has
been come to at a cabinet council. The
cabinet resolved as the llrst step to make
a lormal request to the JCu.saiuii govern
ment to stato the object ot the military
operations now being undertaken against
the Ottoman government, and de-line the
extent to whiuh it is proposed to carry
those operations. The correspondent
also learns that the Austrian govern
ment will address an inquiry ol the same
purport to Kussia. France, the third
party to the tripartite alliance, has not
been required to take action iu considera
tion ot the strained relations ot France
and Germany. The treaty euainblcs any
one of the three powers to act separately
hi the lullillmeut ol its terms, or to call
upon either or both ol the powers to ful
lid the treaty by joint action.
Austria has obvious reasons lor.not em
broiliug France, yet Austri ' cannot
longer hesitate for roUting the lJus.-ian
invasion. Though Earl Derby was able
to confidently state a week ago that this
country was not likely to be called on to
fullill tho tripartite treaty, yet within six
days the British government had act
ually been required to lultill its under
taking, aud it is quite anticipated that
the uioiueutus alternative of declaring
war against Kussia will arise shortly.
The situation is regarded at Vienna as
far more urgent than British statesmen
arc ready to a linit, and the initiative ot
military action lies wi'h Austri. It was
reported la-t night that Lord Napier,
governor ofGihraltcr, had been instruct
ed to go to Malta, aud that a portion ol
the guards are- ordered to embark for
Malta Immediately. These reports are
believed to be premature, although It Is
understood that the strengthening of the
garrison at Melta has been under olllcial
consideration since tho government re
ceived froui Vienna a requisition to lul
lill the tripartite treaty.
BieiiAUusr, April 27. Two Turkish
monitors, each carrying four guns, ad
vanced yesterday to tho inoutu ol the
river .se-rein to take soundinirs. me
lttisslaos continue Q concentrate at Bar
bosehi. The raihvAia from Jassv to Fir-
gulia and DohuUka to Pascanl are Inter
rupted bv tlomlrf TIih lloumanian
chamber of deputies has adopted a bill
authorlzinif rt-otii.iitonii I'roni tho arniv.
The government will probably refer tho
political questions to the chamber to
morrow with a view of eliciting its de.
A dispatch from Bucharest mentious
a report that the Turks have taken pos
session of a wooded island between Kal-ada.-h
and Silistria, whereupon the in
habitants have lied. Public feeling in
Bucharest inciim'g more and more to an
alliance ot P.ouuiauia with Kussia. It
seems likely that the chambers will vote
absolute coulldence in the present minis
try and will iiidemnily tkein before-
j hand for any measures they may c hoose
j to take.
I A TO S1IIVIA.
! A Vienna dispatch says the pnrte has
re-mlved to await further developments
j before pressing its claims to occupy por
I tlons of Servia. It has arrived at this
j decision through lore-ign influences.
I STOITAliE OK AKM5.
! Iirge consignment of arms for l!ou-
niania h ive been stopped at several rail
way stations et (iaiicia.
THE ENTENTE COIIPIAI K.
Ciiacow, April 27. General Degen
leld, who went to the frontier to greet
the czar for the emperor of Austria, has
returned here. He was received very cor
dially by the czar, who repeatedly laid
stress on the excellent relations existing
between Austria ami KassU.
Vienna. April 27. A dispatch Irom
Bucharest states that the czar's adjutant
general had arrived there with the auto
graph letter of the czar to Prince
Charles, explaining and apolonizinir lor
the entry of the llus-Ians into ltoumania
before the meeting ol the chambers.
RAILWAY TRAFFIC RES I'M ED.
Sr. Petersiii kg, April 27. An olllcial
notilication is published here that the
matter ot army transportation having
been regulated, ordinary railroad trallic
is now restored.
CovsTAXiiNoi'i. e. April 27. The Pus-
sians have occupied Gurgcvo, on the
! IIEATEN AT I1AT01M.
j The renewed lighting at Batoum, ac
1 cording to accounts received here, has re
' suited untavorabty lor the Ku.sians.
! The Ottoman fleet is bombarding the
Kusaiau fortilied harbor of Poti, at the
j ca.-tern extremity of the Black Sea.
! ANOTHER MANIFESTO.
The Porte has issued another mani
festo, which declares that the Bosnia,
; Bulgarian and liurzegoviuian insurrec
;' tions and the Servian and Montenegrin
! declarations of war were instigated by
I Hiissia, The manilesto concludes with
j a declaration that Turkey is ready to
l light to the death lor independence.
j I RoJ-OsElJ ALLIANCE.
I i he object ol the sultan's mission to
f 'aboul is with a view to forming a con
federation ot the Semetie states.
1 ON HIE OFFENSIVE.
j It is stated that the Turkish com
manders at Scutari nnd Herzegovina
I iiave commenced a simultaneous oflensive
movement against Monteneirro.
I'ERSIA AND TIT. KEY.
IJeports of unfriendliness between Tur
key and Persia are denied.
THE SECOND DAV's Fleilll.
Ilassam Pasha telegraph from Batoum,
Thursday evening, that the second day's
lighting resulted in lavor of the Turks,
who were well under shelter, and iu
ilicted considerable losses on the ltus.
' FROM THE FAR EAST.
J The JMity Trlfrfrtijih'x correspondent
! at Peru says the Pu-.-ians altogether lost
' about 2.000 men in the battle near Ka
i toum. Both Poti and Fort St. N'b holas
' have been bombarded nnd partially de-
The Ileimliilt hii IHIemma-A in-iuo.
t ruiie Mul vmtMil of 11-
tt. Louis Republican.)
Let it be borne iu mind that the same
reluming boards w hich gave Florida and
Louisiana to Hayes, gave the former to
Stearns and the latter to Packard ; aud
that tha electoral commission, which fur
nialied Hayes with his credentials, ac
cepted andjiudorsed the returning boards'
action. Vet Stearns and Packard are
out and Hayes is iu.
The Democracy have double cause for
sclf-congratulaiion on the event that
transpired in New Orleans Tuesday. The
Pepubiican party, through its president,
not only confesses the complete aud linal
failure ot lis reconstruction policy, but
at the sauie time acknowledges that the
Democracy carried Louisiana ut the elec
tion last November. For il Packard
w ho ran se veral liutdred votes ahead of
the Hayes electoral ticket was fairly
elected, why docs a Pepubiican adminis
tration re-fuse to support him, and there
by recognize Nicholls i And if Packard
was beaten, how could Hayes have been
victorious ami what becomes of his
title to the oflicc he holds? So iu Flori
da, if Stearns was fairly elected, why
Is Drew in possession ol the governor
ship? And if Stearns was was not elect
ed, how could Hayes get a majority in
We leave the lie-publican party to find
its way out;ot this most awkward dilemma
as best it can. A ho Democracy are quiet
content with the situation, and well they
may be. They have, indeed, lost their
president, but gained everything else.
Tho Bepublicans gained their president
but lost everything else. Hayes has
adopted and enforced the Democratic
policy iu the South, and by so doing
admits tfiut tte deeinlun of th electoral
eommUsioH ua bated on 'falsehood, and
that he hut nut a shadow of Iryalor mural
right tu be wiere he is. When Stearns
stepped out aud Packard was kicked out,
Tlldeu's claim to the presidency was rat
iiied by the very party which repudiated
on.t M.vh!n. taint aljanluWlT nel
Hp .ti:y curnl. 'ttin4tM uiuljjii iiv.
k. . I . 1 . ji ...,.. . at ...iiiaru Dr. Curl
Reccommendcd by 3ENERAL PLEASANTON
For the cure of a larne elas of DISKASKS. Also used for Mlmulating Vrgelntiou,
We have in stock a irood supply, and can furnish llcht to nny de.iied di
mensions, and at price tliat will not jiiKtity those in want In
sending to other market.
The Ferfeotion of Light.
Family Safeguard Oil.
WAS AVAIUKl TIIK
By the Jurors and (:ouinih-ion r. of the
Centennial International Exhibition.
As the llest IllumlnaiiDi OP, lor Its extraordinary merit ol .-:d ty and Ih ili.':ir, 3
LLAINK was also awnrJcd a (told Me-ilnl at the l'ilt.burgb 'K;i.f-ititi ; :,-! m
adopted, after a thorough scientilic and practical b t, by the
L'NTTKl) STATUS (JO VEHNMKN t L. 'jllT-ll'd'.-K I iKl'A It I Ml; S"i
And rece.ved a hi'li commendation from the Hosid of l'iiitel State s'tr-ainbc-tt Ir-j cc
tors, Washington, L. C.
Insurance Companies rate l.I.AINK tic same fi a u.k.
ELAINK is used on many of the Kailroa-I", Strei t Cur, and Hot- ,' -if '.!.- io,ij
and inaugurated superior to any other oil in the market.
Can be used In any lamp.
OKDEIW FROM THK TKADK OI.I'. 1 1 KI.
FIRE ! FIRE ! HUE !
WATER! WATER! WATER!
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes
Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc., Embracing the
Of Goods saved from the late fire by
Will bo sold within next tbo Thirty Days at a
Come One Come all to Gl OHIO LEVEE.
PAINT AN D OII.M.
B. F. Blake
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Olssa, Win
dow Shadee, &o.
4lwy ob band, tbe celebrated illuniinatia
3x 13 dl
Oomr Xlwpth Btrt u Waanln
Mound City Immlil CbIIss
St. Louis, Mo.
CEsUbMed is 12593
IHOS. A. KICE, A. M. L. I. B..
I. H. HtJBWOOD,
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP, $81 00
MOST Cenitlt-t, Tliorouirli anl Tract ica
i-ours ol' Muily iu Ui Luiusl SUWa-is
courae luilirtueittible tu every yuiiuif limit tlu
btuMiitf ob the kca 01 life.
.- THUS. A. KICK, A. If.. I.. II.,
OctU-tl gHrooi Win, ;.
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