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' "k5aaei aaaar,al the emulnf Xoretnber, 1S . ,
.fWttn ijiiaui to inoonsc Rcubea S . Toctira
af TeVti f i w frf t fot iae oaice of county
JAJaaaaeVareauwy: Eltctioa Srst Tu4ay
Vtm auihatluA te enaanaca Albert Smith il
. a irtil' :)ir toe tfe lce l County Clerk of
Aiewaaoee aoaoty. Electloa, Nowmber 6, 177.
. Waj authorial eiiacaacaW.F. Pitcarr at
i aaariiaft toAi ece of County Clerk, tlco
. m ftieaaty. lUeembet tth, is;,.
To6e V eun Of AJeiiader Oiaty j .
V" taataa tafcneaatat caadidata tu oroce of
. Cooan Clerk, at the eltctioa to bt hrld Sowmbei
. - aiosel 1 1 fiiith'iiily rr ""' the dutitt
' (CKiS K. HAWKINS.
jW Waaraittaeritd W .nnouof Mnrf Jliorrt o
A redact, u e caadidatr far County Clrrti
tlmm saeenare ihi I eat u ioJepeadent cendi
' eMafaeaha odtc al county clerk of Ailwer
tnur. eetae clecrjea la be held in November
." ;, . JAMK8 W. STtWAJir.
Wa are MlhaHnd to mount 6rouelJ.
Bboub a eetwlhlsle lor tbeoake of County
MKkithtteccUMMttld Sorember 'th,
WeareaatlutiieAtoaaaouare Joh P. Hely
a rrtirnM Ht the tnem ot caualy clerk M tae
IlKUtt) kt held Sereaiber lh, ISTT.
'Tta Team af Alexander Onnrrr
, 4 fcnrk eiaenene tttllul riid! far lae
. aOcaaf Ceuary Cterti of Akuakt cnaaiy, rub
Uft se ym aecMMa M Tour rrtprait relief
Vm. eaibesielkeleyerf Jieremarr, i7T.
ten raattll)-. CASri-K YOST.
Weareauthoriiln aanware Mn. P. A.Ty
jaea ft caarhaiia kjc rr-tlcctKin to in. edict of
iftr ackoai iimiwutiiis M the t :. l.,n to U
' " ' T rrr.
W4iiailimlf4 nitirr lirnrv !uut a 1
1 T farcarooo ol AJrIB4r couoty, ai ckit
WnmhiirU4 to uaauMO RicbMFin-
gutlAm iitlitm iar Corott of AktnrfT
Wn oiahMiiwdtB saaoaart A. J. AUca
cOlAM far IJM ofbee of Couiy Tm'urer otl
AJaaaaaar 1. Eircnaa, Turvliy, Novwubrr
' Va faaiaity Voftaalaaer, '
Wo ara atatorttrJ to aaBonnoti tv-ott taubk
of Biirwaa ataciaet for too offloo ol county
tiiirinln0f Sianloa, NaToaihtratk,
" Iitt noderatooti (lut the chtlrnutasblp
C tba comalttrc oa Uimtt will be giTen
t Boa. KAOdAU QltMOS of I.ooUlwia,
Csascs, United 3tto eoniiil who
kttUa aUUoa U Kuu, Btim It
.MMAtULtuUuoDorUrt prciident i or-
; , via HOW. Uy la Oblo. Tb pretldeot
' fcM MB0T4 bum and Appointed another
u a . a a Ma t
mAm u CAiie nu piAcx. jm pren
Unt tUentlr meuu bualutM.
' Momuox 1 not la favor with Speaker
iUodaU, and It U probable that In the
tsraaOoa of tb bouse committees Mr.
iiorrlton will not receive that recognition
wkkb. pis aWUty and prominence In the
sous would seem to entitle him. But
Mr. Morrison will get on very well even
though be may not be at the bead of anj
of tbt leading committees, and he will be
art to make bis Influence felt In the
moose. Mr. Randall , will make nothing
fit New Orleaoi papers intimate that
' -beet sugar hu seen 1U best days, and
C that to production la tailing off each
year.; For tbe 'past half century It has
. aupplled tnreofourths the consumption
. ot Continental Europe. Last year a total
'.f W 1,817,000 tons was produced; this year
- it win amount to but 950,000 tons. 1 he
Voraga annual production of the cane
eaBgar countries Is 2,110,000, of which the
treat Indies furnish three-flfths. It Is
?lUiAt such a condition ot affairs Is a
. ' cvraate of profit to sugar planters.
JJotibtleav that la true atatetnent of the
flatjt,4 tat world's market for tbe su
.ftf , of Ibf Soutit it u promising at for
tbawbeatof the West. "
" Tai action t -the Senate with refer
toot to Ot aeating of gpofford and ustis.
Senaiisftlact from Louisiana, clearly in-
jdkatea Jth position of the Ipublicaa
Benatori toward tbe South. The Wash
logUm correspondent ' of the (buries
Jumml truthfully state tiie case In the
Mlowlax: ' ;
IltoacUomof tba atnate on LouUlaaa
aato waa aaythlaf but aatisiactory. The
aar JoOge Bpottord wu very ably
mmmiA toy Judge Thurmaa and Mr.
Vayard, but tbe purpoae of the Eepubll
can was typlfled by the brutal tajiks of
ltdtauads an4 CtmUiag , the last of whom
late f on wnt to tbe ultra fiction. The
vote developed aosaa Important feature:
First, tittt il EepuUkaa party In the
ssbaU wu sail a waH agalaat doing even
sMBAoa joatloe to tbe aontb. and wu
lead to rob LoalslAna frf W equal rp
rseaalatl m U tWaeaatr, and, second, that
ffca adwtniatratlon poaicy af pax&eaUon
waa aa really ttula more thai Bert gmb.
Taatr appototaaents art BepubtlcaBsnd
4kaU rataa U to keep Che fceaile Kepua
Ikam tty loir smm or iouL At present
tLa MUaok foe aeatlngpflord and L;
Hail nfardad u aqoaiiy; bat erenu
K-yMur.la m taw dors which will
cftaiift) lb BltiiatlM. The oarJsion ot
Vlaa rnsldat vTfcerier, that tbe aenate
V4BoCaava laa power to swear la a
ssaatir bacaaa Id credentials wart ho.
ae" aosawlttei, tVwgls a monstrous
ralMrtdacUioa. wu austalaed by a
1 TtJ "WH. t was noteworthy that
a nw xsswia, w uiuota, voua win the
il iiMala T f i -
C Mi copy the following editorial on tbe
Wjmx tu we appropriation lor me com-k'-iiW
OttnewstAte bouu at Spring
atjftMltatQQlaey J&retrf ot a late
tJmmimumi the remark of the
BmU U AmC eaiarul coualderaUoa of
tM-ttof thlaporttoa of the state:
tT SA'oof ootenporarles are oppot-
PNaga1 (xut mm)
j JJ Jba meaiures
w rrrfSJ?' Wa (all to dla.
5 3T?2?fr.?L1I.?soo!mtfor "
4 'l In UaPttlaa than .ttK.
m- Joan Ttstod with t
Mluw -JiUretotof voted
tekmM acatut thata t
tofim voted to tha
V Mkiid to orglewt
their own . property, and possibly
abject it to damage and deprecation,
becuie tome iuottlclent crvnt have
failed to do their duly. The rejection ol
the Appropriation would amount to a
vote or want of coniMeuce in Mer?.
Buna and Co.. and tho people ot the
Stat would have tbe rather empty satis
faction of knowing that the commi?Un
era have been rebuked, even though the
progress ot the building bad been stop
ped, to the detriment ot the property nnd
all tbe public interests connected with It.
Tbe fact . th$ amount asked fa which
Is based on tbe superintendent's report,
and is the minimum sum needed to tinl-h
tbe building should bttottdby iktptopU.
It 1 for the purpose ot completing nnd
protecting their own nroperty, and rAn
must hi dene tome time, and certainly at
no time can it be done so well and so
economically as tit the preon.
It has been stated that au ii r-'- ot
taxes would tollow. Thisisnt line, as
tbe levy is, already mJe and includes
the amount contemplated as newssary to
be expeuded oil Die :Stute House during
the nest tlseal year.
Grnnting the truth nf tlieaserl!on that
the structure.ou.whicli over three and one
ball millions has been pent, has cost al
ready far more thm was jiitlrtcd, either
as a matter ol necessity or in view ol the
legislation governing the subject, yet
that tos not alter the conclusion that it
would be lolly to abandon it, even tem
norarilv. In short wo must make the
best nt It, and let our action be practi al,
and such as economy and good buMis
ludgment wouM dictate. With tli'n view
of the matter we believe a p-neral up
port will be (riven to tbe appropriation at
the November elwfion.
.IiVICB TOVOUXrt MKM STICK TO IHFOI D
The San FraiM ieo .Vn7 mj: To tin-
young man with hi hair parted in ti e
middle, v, ho Is about to put h' ml lege
education and his sole leather trunk on a
California bound traia we say stop! To
the clever artizan ami the honest mechiiii-
'c who thinks he will fly from hard times'
in the east to imaginary well paid employ
ment in tbe "(ielden City" we also say-
stop. To the adventurous rustic who
wishes to leave hoeing the turnip ot some
New York larin to delve for gold In the
mountains of this land of the pioneers we
emphatically repeat slay where you ar:
We! would we inhabited the early Kly-
slum the Alta and such vajjue sheets ia;
we do, but we are afraid we don't, t-'roiu
the bottom ot our hearts we slmr.Kl be
glad to think that there was plenty anl
prosperity for every one ho seek to set
tle among ns hut, all the same, there
lan't. We do po&aeas something of an
approach to the eternal summer and the
gigantic strawberries the hast Is so tired
of hearing ti brag about, but that is
about all. Sootb to say, double eagles
do nf grow upon trees in Trisco; all the
new eager arrivals to the contrary not withstanding.
In plain Knllsh, the
paper that speaks ot the uiagmiicent op
portunities this State presents to the new
comer, lies, and lies in a very gratuitously
criminal way Indeed. The unvarnished
truth is that our labor market is stocked lo
overflowing, and every fresh arriving
train but adds to the miserable multitude
in our midst that waits, sutlers, starves,
and finally lights Its desperate way back
East again, liefore the door of every
employment oflice In this city to-duy,
stands a hollow-eyed swarm that would
sadden the heart ol a satyr. Men ol
brains and culture, kuoJ cirri,,., cAii-iit-iu
accountants, business men of umle.ni.illi!
energy, mechanics of ability, walk Hie
streets in dumb despair, and finally take
those that lead to the bay and the morgue.
It Is truly said that Pan t rancisco is i al
Ifornia, and here all the misery and sunVr-
Ing ot those who nave journeyed irom
atar to grasp in monotonous repetition the
glittering mirage of fortune are seen. The
writer ot this cannot remember one even'
Ing for very many, that ho has not been
asked for coin lo buy a meal or a bed, by
men who would have sooner died on the
rack than have asked alms in the light of
day. And some ot them do die on the
rack the rack of continued disappoint
ment and bitter misery. Kyery train
that leaves Oakland hi crowded with
tastgoine emigrants, who seven times
repeal their unhappy story to the West
coming daily addition to the army of real
martyrs they navo lctt behind them here
Yet still the Alta and its ilk calmly sing
the same old siren song, and still this
over-crowded, over-traded and financially
prostrated community is held up with
fatal persistence as the proper Mora of
the American youth.
We beg the journals in the Kast that so
treouently copy the Ma a, to copy this
arucie aoove an otners. v e as mat me
truth and the whole truth be told there
u a simple duty to humanity. In the
namt of the distress we see around us and
are powerlcsi to relieve, in tho name ot
the Interminable lUt of suicides that till
our papers, we solemnly warn Intanding
Immigrants of nil cUw that we are
overstocked In all kinds of labor, ami
will be for the next roar or five vears.
Thongh his ticket be purchased and his
trunk packed, we say to the Kastcrn man
looking hither tor employment io
TALMAGE O.N STANLEY.
TaBERXaCLC Vi'tMONS OF WH4T THE 11-
KICAS EXJ'LOKER II1S aCCOtlf LIHKI.
'e Tvrk WoilJ, O-l. 1 J.
'Ilie Rev. T. Ie Wfu 'J'almaw. kst
evening at. the Brooklyn T'uk-ruacle,
spoke on Ure subjwt of -Henry M. Man
ley and hli achievemenU in rx Ualt ol
cwmmeiTe and civilization. lie said:
Henry M. Stanley took up the work
wuert UvingeVH lett it, mid the event
of the week in bis arrival on the wtt
ooaat, alter having shown fcupematuiul
endurance. TltisiSLewi thut touoerns
the salvation ol a whole continent. And
I wish litre to aay that this great leut wu
OOC done bv a veotmbMi-jJ siu.intv .
for a religious purpose, but that it wan
d'J aoleir to the intcmrlu r,t a v..,..
lock aiut a I,r,,tiMi mwci.!.,. Ti.
enterprise deaerves tbe admiration of the
-u wrujaxm oiueCuurchol God.
w hat U the us ot thU? the cynic and the
?.f Svena uiillioM of inUes
of chllU and fcver have Ui opened.
More kingdoms of snakes and rnonk yi
bare been tlinnvmi w t- . i.
troduced to savages with rings through
their noses and prongs through their
II r- In tha fr.r ,.!,., i
another grand illustration of what one
uuiaau wui can accompusii. ll uuproves
tha arm and tha harul and t. -.., .,.
- '-sh ,ij
fcar ot uch men, and It give enlttire to
the backbone. The work which he has
dona thrills me like the Odys-w-y or Ten-
DTann'l Charm nt tha f !hr llrlvta
do not know whether Stanfev i a
Christian or not, but tiity men like him
WOUld bHnr the Whole aarth tn C.nit In
ten years. And then what a demonst
ration it is lor the world's commerce: if
TOO OOUlll SDV Infn tha urt
r 1 .m WHMWU1 Ul
business men you would find plans al-
r Minun ivr mw oommerciai cru-
open. Then there Is tbe chance of spread
m tha OospeL The missionaries wld be
the moat powerful agents in Africa, and
Zll iV.ii I br't and most honored
IrtnOI 13,000,009 souls to be saved. A
mm. ausnm vi Ainoa ara mrnwn
band of brave missionaries have died there
already. But new missionaries will suc
ceed, protected as they will bo by tbe
United States flag. Mr. Stanley shows
In his letters how tbe slave trad is cas
ting an innumerable company ot men
and women into misery and death. Wo
must give to the inhabitants of Africa
civilization nnd Christianity. Tbe dis
covery ot tbe sources ot the Nile by Stan
ley must be the discovery ot the river of
SENATOR MORTON' AT INDIANA
I'OLIS. I.-.4 isipolii ComioaJnc( Cincinnati t.attie.
He stood tho fatigue of tbe journey
without any apparent trouble, and ex
pressed himself highly gratihYd at the
idea ot becoming a resident nt his own
home. For the past ten days Mrs. Mor
ton, assisted by Mrs. Colom I Moll nvav
and others, have been putting the Iume
to rights, and It now looks very natural
and homelike. Tiiere were many reason
frhi return, the most important Ixing
the rellet ol fir. Thompson aid Col.
llolloway. The duties ol botS thoe
geiitleuieii require them to be in In
dianHiis, jet the senator will
not torego their services. This ha? made
lrei'ient pacing back and forth neces
sary. The Senator's bouse here will be
as eareinlly closed asrainst all visitors
as the residence ot tiovernor Rurhuiik
was in Richmond, with the hope that
in a week or so he will have recowrvd
sutilclent strength to ride out. Such
quiet exercise, it is believed, will induce
apatite, the lack ol which seemn to lie
trie occasion of hi continuing wesknes.
The meeting ol Congress has evidently
been the means of arousing in him a
greater desire to get strong, nnd, if will
power is of any avai,, he will soon be up.
K Il.l.Kit BY aYaI.LINU TREK.
Johnon Co. .Iiirral.
Ilo-a Scott, son-in-law of IV. ,1. Suit,
rending in Elvira township, was killed
last Wednesdnv morning by a tree fall
itiir on him. He was digging up the tree
on his tarm, and when it tell, by some
means lie was caught under it ami crush
ed to death. He lived about one-half
hour and expired. Mr. Scott was a talent
ed. voting man. and a good, useinl riti
.en. His untimely death will ca.-t a
gloom over that community.
CHARTERED MARCH XI, 181
CITY NATIONAL BANK.CAIBO
A. B 8AFrORD, PretlJent.
f 8. TAYLOK, VicefrfeidMit.
W. UVbI-OP, bec'yand 1'Muiur.r.
I'.W. BinCLAT, CHA9. OALIfaMIR,
K. M . Stock rutxn, Vavl G. Scum,
It. H. C'l'MKINUIUM. II. L. iULLIliU,
J. M. Phillip.
JNTEHEST 11.1 on depof ita at tie rite ol ai(
L tM-r wnt. jt annum, Murrli lot ami SiiUtn
ivr ii,,. luatui uub n itituiawu is K.utti i.uu,
liaU-ly to the primiipal of the iK-jjudiU, llienby
... .tfxiuieatind Children may
uepoBii money ana no ono
leo can draw it.
Olrf-H VlirV llUilini'AAiliiv frm(W nt a n m
a 1 natunlay veiiiiid lor havings iteonit only
uui u w o ,1 uiica.
City National Bank
W. P. nALLIliA Y. PiwiMeiit.
HKNBY L. HALLIbAY, VioPreal.
A. ii.SUFOKD, Caablrr,
WA TfcK HYSLOP, Am1 I Cashier.
. STliTS TlTXOa, R. II. I l KNlXi.lMV,
It. t. IUllioit, W. I'. IIalliuv,
. II. niLLUIWK, STII'UI.t lilMU,
A. U, SaFFoiiO.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold,
KI'OITS) r-wiv'.l and a kcikth! lant.n
I'. fra. l'ra'u T. .!. Ktrtti, Aet. t ali'r
imti Commercial Ave. and 8th BtMtt
'. llio, ' ro. Wni Kluf, !ro.
- N-0. tiiro. Wiu V olte, mm.
I hu.ua, to. K. L. Eiiiiniy, at i.o ai.
. budtr,iiru 11. W'.lii, Cairo.
r . II . Krinliiitaa, M. Ioiii,
J. ) l.iuibva, (.alcluuia.
ClratiaU Haaklaa; Bualaraa Dun.
n-f irijt at,14 anl bjuiit . Inlrnat id
a tb naribjrt tM-partrwnt. (xjllwlioii iuail,
a-1 all triiiaaaa i,muuiUr atlca'll to.
Can Bo Beautiful
ly Dyed or Be
Dairad at a Trif.
Olothee, liDg M
liiiti' ill Celt', c. o. d.
Old flats Made New.
-o. 80. Eighth Wlreel
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
ZAte of the St Cuajrlca.
RATES: 12.00 PER DAY.
The Only Legitimate and i
M Gairo, Friday,
Mis' M Abwib
iS Cages of annual0 and inanimate Won
tier, nowhere else exhibited, nnd pp.
collar only to this show. The on
ly IVn of living, Performing
Flesh Eating Hyenas !
Open In tho Srett.
nlv Ones Ever
a f ai t i ib'
Living Sea Monsters
An Aviary of Ornithological speritut
l iiv,r- ii in , ei j Miun ii .- jirrir l i I iiut:
and rare Itirds. Insect, nn.l Kentiles nt
every known character and clime. A
Museum ol Curiosities, Living phenom
ena. ami .strange agatlea.
MT.I E I.EN. in the Ihn of l ions.
flKHi; BROOKS, in the Den ol Savage
livenas. Open in tho struts.
MON'S. TIGERS. DROMEDARIES,
Four Immense Tents. A Moving City
DO NOT FAIL TO WITNESS THE PAHADEiAND
Be Sure and Get To Town Early. The Parade Starts at 10 A. M.
One "TTcket Admits To All.
- ' rfFWfe-i .
tiie wormo's qiteatidst nxniBrrioif.
JSr.'OTICK-Tliis show docs not jiermit or countenance any Gambling or T.iijuor .Selling about th show grounls. A spocial United PUte; Dote- tive Is eiufil yel
for the protection of visitors.
ONE TICKET ADMITS TO THE ENTIRE 'SHOW, 50 CENTS. CHILDREN lTNI)ER 9 YEARS, i-i CENTS.
Orders for Coal by the car-load, i
ton, or In hogsheads, for shipment I
promptly attended to.
To large consumors and all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform ratea.
UAIrSU CITY COAL CO.
OitVon wharftKMit.ffKft of ftixlh lr.--t
Oflice nf IfialliilMf ltriithirii iiiiiu...t. (.
CharleiHjtei: ' " ,
r-vyptiao -Mills, Twentieth atwt. I
.al Dump, foot of Thirty-eiKhth strett, or ,
I'oitOtUcc iln wer 3uo.
V. Hoisssr & Sen,
AnctioKcra ami lealcn In
New & Second-Hand Furniture, !
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Corner 8th and Commerc'l Ave.
8TEATT0N & BIRD,
AaBKT AM HSlOAtf O
(7 Ohio LtAvee.
SUPERB DOUBLE CIRCUS,
rt v na- -air i r
uomumea lvienaKeriua, lviuscum aim Aviary.
Gorgeous Spectacular Tournament and Panoramic Pageant.
Milo of Glittering Magnificent Oriental Display, and
Multudinous Attractions; 1500 Living Wild Animals'
Strange Beasts, Birds and Reptiles, 1000 Men
I S MI cel
; ' VI' (MS
'-- . 4. it
The Most Refulgent, Artistic
.Mounter tkiUk-n ( an and Ckarlou
Lave heen built exprenly for this
purpotie, relulgent lu glllterliiir de--orations
and omameuted with tie
blgns and pictures of hlMorical event
and celchrites of the Kevolutlon of
LIVIKO GROUPS STATUES
representing linlustry, coinineree A
civili. ition, the army mid navy, the
tiotldf W. LiDerlyaeated in her tern.
.1.. .,1. ..f.l.l. ..r.n.l ..,..
i. k vi .nw . iaw." . oa ' to, j' ti .'a -l ww- . ai . - i vi- -m
M,' - : ' f IT rl ir 4TaT i Tv.vi-fv -V'flV W : .& t-
". ""' --jv.-.t- .3A v v
I -. pit?. 1 II. I I I llll U ,,l llllKiniM ID,-
fiVJlB 1UU lieautlnil tniKIrn unr ol Kulrepe
4tjHleontttinliig the (ioldeu Cornet Itamt
.vof 20 niuii-iuii.
OUR AKhNIC FJKK3.
Aau mult, tin' J-'i'iit.-h Jot-ky. .Mr.
Peter C'onklin, tlio king of fuo and
jawtime. Jetfryand i-oyre, a-toiinl-inj;
at-riali Bt h. The liullaudn, with'
ut ui-knowletlcd eiiualH. I.eilie
Hiid Asliton, the two an xilury troiiprs.
.00 artii-tlo yiuna-tH aud accrolntts
WIMil.KSAI.K ANI KETAII..
IN THE CITY.
Qooda Sold Very Close.
Corner 19th street and Commerci Ave.
1 ( d TTLMi f, fri
J' x 1 JJ-J-' LV- v'vy'
BOOTS & SHOES
CofPeO Sugar & SymV.
Specialty in Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly .
St. Louis, Mo.
IH0S. A.RICE, K.Y.I. L, B..
im. ivi n, at..
J, U. HUKW00D,;
FULL LIFE SCHOUHSHIPJ S8I 00
MOOT ComtilPb. Thorough and Practlra
nmrne of htudr In tin t'lilul Mlnti-a
urw liiijnttiniilf to hitt jf.iiing man w
(rkliigoa tluataof life. ta
tn llleitratao Cirtular,
, 'IM09. A. rtlCK, A, U.. I,. U
Reliable Show . This. Year
. ir f. ..;, ,
and Elaborate Pageant ever Wltnersted. . . ,
Wild animals loose In the ttreet
Immen-e ?ol'len tableaux ear
drawn by elephant, rainfU, Ac.
A PR0CE88ION OF DWalF
An enillM cavalcade of knlghta
aun li'lieM in armor, mounted on
beautiful ileedt, rirhlr compan
ioned and necourlcd. The entire
retinue gorgeounly decorated and
painted in tha tnont elsborawd
htyle, with Itthlical illUHtraticDn
and ehurai'tertvtlu XTlptural
uventii, mt Uiul.ii il mid rli-l. al
.Mum Ultima Mrk, tbe tnunt
daring and erucelul Inn-hack
O'l'iktrlurne; M'lle Itoxa Itenlreti.
the ilasMtuI artUt. M'lle Van
.unit, the wonderful aerialiil:
.Mian Marietta, the wounderful
Kymnut; also Mlm Kate Uorrii.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetom, Evans
ville, LouiiTille, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The flogant nMe-whi! stanf r
Ai.riH n. PiNNiNOTOir.
t Will have Cairo every WKDNE.tDATat
o'clock d. m.
The Beet irti-amer
IUn Howard...... aw llaater
Ed. Thoma Cltrk
l.av-a Cairo evrv HATUUUiy.
Each boat makracloaa flnnnactlooa at Cairo
With flnt-clana Meaiuers for Ht. Loulu, altsin
phis and New Orleans, and at Kvanaville with
ilioE. AC. It. it for all point Nortk and Kaat,
and with tho Louisville Mail Htuunora fohall
uolntaonUie Upr Oblo, giving throtiKhre
wliita on fTulKbU and paasenirerii to all poloti
For tirther Information apply to
i.uif.i ifntit, ranaxnger Astnt.
11. J. GHAMMKR.
dtiMTiiiknient and General rraight Agent,
l'tlLtl I ini. '
'I'lio KUsnni Ferryboat
Nebraska City No. 2
; 30 and 4 :m o'clock p.m. dn
On Hunday nho will leave the landing at
h anil 10 odock a.m. anil at li hi., aad at
80 OHIO LEVEE. Cairo, lilt.
lu ii sepamtc. Tent and , without extra
Charge will bo exhibited the
Combined Double Circus
In this Department Compctlon Ii Chal
lenged to tlui Wt.rl'l. , .
hi Arii.it Than Anj hi TriTelinj
Female Gymnasts, s Tra
The perfected essence ol arenlc art demon
stratcd. Every leadinir act in the rin dun'i.
'"caled in friendly contests by rival champions
of merit. '
-JM) Male untl Female Per
il TuriiierN. . . .10 Trained
rou i rwuea .Uowiis
Five Champion Lady Klderv; Three Cliaai
plon Bareback Hlderi; DoiiLle "oinersaDUOpm
Dl; Two Troupe ol Aurnbati; Tha Great
German Aitilele; The Great Female Calisthen
f. -; hea Monster, Strang KepMles; Rart Bir Ik.
73 OHIO LEVEE,
t iiy NjiIuDjI lijiik Buil llng-, up.sialm.
Th OMtut t-tal.luhed A'Dcf la Soutlirrn
Illlnoia, asJ r-prnentlni 0Tr
185 OOO OOO
PAIST AUD OIU.
B. F. Blake
Paints. Oils. Varnishes.
9711 Paper, Window Glut,' Win
dow Shades, too,
Alwayt oa hand, the celebrated lllumtnatln
- i . : : i i
Oornar BUTenth S tract and Waaalaa
' ton Ayaaua
O. D WIIIIAHSOlf,
And Dealer ia ,;
K: 11 OHIO LDVIE. "
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