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AllWalSaHrTT " "' 'nb'i ,b77
r?A vrfv-A inaniwDBca Rtubcfl S. Yoeum
Ml fcaara, ai eaodiiau fur tha otic, of county
Wtof JUimudwwun'y. Elwtiun firat 1 uudy
W art auatotlaaa' to mnauBC Albert Smith at
-.nAuLuA mi iLa othc 01 County Clerk of
AUia4f eOTimi. Elcuion, November ti, 17?
W -tfaKlwHWt announce W.F. F tcbrtt
, fr..t. fj, jha o- of County Cle. rl
luu truatnanaitat cwduliK im th office of
M . . - ., , ... W . . I . VAunthfr
unpawn iMtoimiy ,rr ,"
mt' '.'. 'j. Djhm Plan, n
Taabea nuan,!! a-taaJid.it. far County Clerk a
t ateatdtrarWtM Cairo Brtwro.!
fliM ajaadamatkart Ian an fodnxndrnf candi
aVoefareka 'otto f cetroty drrt of Aleundrr
S7 JAMES STKWARl .
Wavaaaa aatefciorlsad to ajmoani Samuel J.
fajiaaa eaaaaaKhUai. A tneoaScaof county
Uut at atwlloa 1" t 1 "' t hoveuibar lb,
W. aa. authorial to aaaounc. John P . Ht ljr ai
A etaafcaat fur lha Sice of county clerk ai (he
IMS feela Doyenne! in, in, ,.
a (ha Veaua of Alexander County :
1 attaby aaaaunct that I am a candidate for the
eeVcee4aty Clark of Alexander cannty, ub
iaa at yaut aWiaioa at your reapacttve voting
Bkaaa.aathtSixtkAiy al Woyember. 177.
TVeraJteiyaclfully. CASPl-.it YOST.
r4uitr ICai! Burliilnliit.
Walai nutkorlied W anu-ium-a Mti. P. A. Tay
lai aa aaadidata for re-election to the office of
aauaty aaaaal mptrint'ndent, at the election u be
: " rr Camifr,
li at .
Wtnaaerired to announce Henry Stout a a
caaaidaaa far aorooer of ArexDder county, at tlie
Uaa at ba ktld Moy. Mh, ltC7.
Va ara authorlred to announce Itichanl Kliz
gtmit aa. aaadldate fur tjonmer of A Uxauurr
MVAiy. Bcailaa, Nor. (Mb, 177.
w.w atiniii.M A .T Alrlen ajt
tla iat iha omca 01 county i reaiurcr vi
MUttjy Klwtlon, Xuaaday, .November
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V' 1 . .. . . ... fwi nr T..li:
day a aaaadltiata for Uta office of county com
Maaaaaat afAJaaandar county. Klectiou Novcm
ktrMfltT?.. AT LAST
Tb Upi sf Samuel J. Tilden Give
UtUrance to His Thoughts.
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k tixUUbi BpMcb and Scathing
Btritvortbe Electoral Com
miaWldn and iti Findings.
"I Wu Kot IibM, But the People
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At that mmdUoii tnd lercn&dc tendered
Mr. tniks b W Saturday night by the
Jtptapprte? ot the city ot New
Yorkta bonor of bit return from Lu
npMnaxoeilantopportunlty was offered
Mr. TUden to iIVfl ?cnt to his sentiments
In iward't the result ot 'the late
pretkltntlaf oobU'sI:. and the luajiner In
wklcn notrnlyH'TlIden.hut niajort
ty ot the people were cheated out ot the
presidency. The speech leaves no room
tor Arobt at to Mf. Tllden's position with
nitutm to tUli rat and never to be
lorgetttti trial, and 9 wIU be read with
tkwtoterestbrthe'whole country. The
' Gmant-..tr rax aocxa AIbn's
DnKKaMttoOLCawl Utaiik youor your
auiaairmanjr. y summer excursion,
bow Just closed, s ondertakea for tlio
purfatise. K aurinr a period of physical
A&Urtty 4nr Um opn sir, trr moderato
ciinuU.' and auaid scene lnterestlnK by
UtlraASOciAUaus with our literature,
wttlt M teknideuea and with the
orlirtnud trowui ofreDresentatlre instl.
tadooc t It has rewired as much u three
Months eoeJd the wtwte el six years con
" searafstf to an eftortlor tovermment re
Ante lfecUr.aaUeaad nation. . 1 do
aoifort'k la VUl in lolaed in the
"woc,!. aye ncrer since beta wmntin g
to ft.r-'ara "jrUd here to-clfbi
to Bnuurie nrtoagumauoa wjui yours
o waei' na eeo gone, on urn good
mutaatm mmtm. aoa, aoove au,
on (W tasoluU pawpoae ol the young
taieoWonJrtryhat the Kepubllc
ahairexjttcttdy restored and re
eataf,'awrdJnjr.rto its. eriL'lual
MsaVMa 4appiaiani. I -
The eootrast which strikes the Amrrl
can eye IsHween tbe British isles and our
own eoantry In the supply of food and
especially cereals ought to be the basis of
pwaaoie arMMDfeS' ana inestimable
UxkofAetioos; The wants of our British
raosifs- already enormous-will rapidly
la erases. . They frow, not only with
psywlatafam.owt by an lDeessant diversion
Janor wward am most .profitable em
ptuyimeou, ; uur means or supply are
naniwisawi JVetfcas immense areas of
saruf soiajr caeaj),-peeullarlr flited for
the isr of llrrkalUiraJ nutcLlnery and
tnimntsd with tin oentres of toreira
eaBerotby peat riyers, 1 by
TaatJlaUhd seta, and . by 73,000
miles, of railway. We have . a
sun aa otu heavens which In the season of
arlaUiiral growth pours down daily
fioodlof Ihrht and warmth, miking the
eartiv proliac, giving abundance and
'arWJf of irulU, assuring the wheat crop,
yielding cotton in lu zone and ripening
jam frverywhere, even to the verge of the
farthest norths I predict agr increase
In the consumption of our corn by Great
Britain over tbe CO.O0O.0OO bushels which
U reached last year, it Is the most na
tural and spontaneous ot our eereal pro-
ifhes, against 300,000.000 bush
alaof wbeat.' itb but Utile Inferior to
riu Powr- U osta less
ttaaone-balf pnthe seaboard and much
less tnaa one-hair on the tarm , It can be
coak4.kflaaawh cl 't il-
bow, Into pmj delicious forms ot bu
saMtood. 'Whvahanlrl nnttha ItHtt.i.
?Uve cheaper food! Why should
JnrwT "fr a great market?
wMM Mt our earttea bava trans-
-1TOPt that eomnwclalex-
r5?.V7.y e element ot mu.
Prr 7 "netrneu also the facilities
olesl:;e rat relax our barb.W
Of'itWl lWOMMa r tr.,1-
' t feerWate anlnat u.:
, idt)bennoenc of
CaWf laareadtof Involves
v-ewe 9i we iwis oincsri wnocoin
poie the adtninitrRtlv boRrdf. ' Govern
or tfommott's aiiminiatrantiti nus nceu
cbsrscterl?ed by Ineornuitlble luteKrlty,
by wisdom and ability, and by mif wcrv.
Ins; ttdellty to the retorms thut hnvo re-
tlueeu the state taxes one-bull; that arc
rapidly exttngulslilng tlio Mute debt; thut
uave recrencnea two aim a nun minion!)
a year of the expenditures upon public
works and have purinVd our
rnat otlieiai ireat.. iAiitiiau?e
Tie needs aud has tbe riht to have Hie
cordial ceoreratiim ol those olllcers.
which, In the government of the I inted
titates and other systems, loem the i ain
netot the Chief Executive. In my Imljr
ntent tin entleiucii in noininiiiioii will
cooperate in tbe retorm policy which I
had tlio lienor to Inaugurate, and which
Governor Kobinson is ionstiinniaiinr.
think that their election and the changes
thut will take dIuco from tln rnnpiiiti
. tlonnl auienduients adonled in I will
fcve Mm a more united stii,.nrt in the
Canal Hoard than 1 was awe to receive
dttrlnir my aduiiiii'l ration.
A voice, your'crlahl there.'" Cheer-
1 have the more KiiWuetlon la avow
Inj; this cou viet ion because 1 believe Unit
any uoutinations that ditl not promise
suen co-ocration wonni hp uion-n uj
thelieinocrntlc masses. LAri";illsC'J'
THE riJEJIDEXVI II. CONTEST.
The election, although lor State otll
ers, hits relations to national politic, to
which I know you will expect me to al
lude. (A voice "Ot course go on.")
The condemnation bv the peotdo ol the
irreatc.st noliiieal oriine In ur history, by
which the result ot the presidential elec
tion ot Ihiii was set aside ana reversed, is
general and overwhelming. ( voice
"Vte re sickoi ir." AptiMue.i nereis.
ter State nilaht adonl to havo the voice
of yew 1 ork Irittercd away or its expres
sion deterred, it could not change his
tory; it coulJ not alter the universal ludjf
inent of the civilized worhl; it could not
avert the moral retribution that is nn
nendiiiif. Hut New Vork herwll' cannot
aflord to have her voice unheard.
A Voice") on were robbed Iheic.
Mr. Tilden I did not set robln-d the
people got robbeil. I had on the one
hand a course of laborious service in
which health and cveu life itsell mU'lit
be perilled; or, on the other hand, 1 hud
a period of relaxation. Hut to the people
it was a robbery of the dearest rights ol
an American citizen. (Great applause.)
The Declaration ol Independence, the
bills of rhjlit and the state constitutions
all contain assertions ot the rujht ot the
people to govern themselves and to
change their rulers at will. These decla
rations had ceased to t.ve any meaning
to the American mind, They seemed to
be truisms which there was nobody to
dispute. The contests known to us were
contests between Uiflercnt portions ot our
io comprehend mo signmcanee oi
these declarations it is necessary to carry
ourselves back to the examples ol Iiumitn
experience in view of whLh our ances
tors acted. They had seen the govern
ment machine and a small governmental
class, sometimes with the aid ol the army,
able to rule arbitrarily oyer minions oi
unonramzed, isolated atoms ot human
society. In forming the government of the
United States they endeavored to tuke
every precaution against tbe recurrence
or such evils m this country, ineykepi
down the standing army to a nominal
amount. Cheers. Tbey intended to limit
the junctions ot me lederai government
so as to prevent the growth, to danger
ous dimensions, ot an omee-noiding
class and ot corrupt Influences. They
preserved the state governments as a
;ounterpoise to act as centres ot opinion
and as an organized means ot resistance
to revolutionary usurpation by the fed
eral government. Applause!. Jefler
son, tlio levler of liberal opinion.
recognized this theory. Hamilton, the
representative ot the extreme conserva
tive sentiment, In tlio FoUralUt,
uounded It with elaborate aigiunents
WadJson, tlio iitlier of the constitution,
enlorccd these conclusions.
TO ill'Cn 1 EDEJtAI. J'OWKK.
The Increase ot power in the federal
government during the last twnty years,
too creation ol a vast oiUcc-hoiduig class,
with its numerous dependents, mid the
growth ot the means of corrupt influence
have well nigh destroyed the balance ol
our compiax system, it was iny twig.
mcntln !( that piiouc opinion, de
manilng a change ol administration,
needed to embrace tw o thirds ot tbe peo
ple at the beginning ot the canvass, in
order to rat a nialority ot votes at the
election. I iicits.)
if this tendency is not arrested its in
evitable result wlil be the practical tle.
iructkm of our svgtetn. Iet the federal
government grap power over the gnuit
corporation of our country and acquire
tne itm or aiidrefing -nietr interests
and their fears; let it take jurisdiction of
riots whleii it Is the tinry r i tl.e ute.
to suppres8; let It lind pulcxts lor ln
cresting the army, and soon those iu nos
session ft me government w n liave a
power with which no opposition can euo
cesslully complete. (A Note ''Next
time 1 will bet on you.") The experU
enceor raw under the Third NsdoIo.
on shows that, with elective lurms and
universal suffrage, despoti'iu can be ta
tablished and uiuinlalntd.
in the canvass ot Js7u the federal trov-
ernment embarkeil in the contest with
unscrupulous activity. A memUrof the
Cabinet was the buad ot a purtitan coin-
mittee. AZnu stood at the doors ol the
pay olllces to exact conti ibutions from of.
ticial subonliimtes. (A Voice. "Vou are
rleht.") The whole oOlee-holdlng class
were mauc to exunust their power.
Even tho army, lor the lirst, to the tlis.
g-tiHtot the soldiers and many of the oili
cers, was moved libout the cnuntrv na nn
eluctioneerlnir Instrument. All thin u
done under the eye of tho henellciary of
it, wno was maKing inn an- vocal vMtli
proteffious ol civil service reform, to be
Deguu alter lie had himself exhausted nit
the Immoral advantages of civil servii r
HOW THE j-eom.k von.n.
Public oninlou hi
overborne by corrupt Influence and by
lraud. Hot bo ctrnno- tvna tl.o ,1,, .i... ....
retorm that tho iJetnotratic candidates
receivemwoo.uousuitruges. This Wtis a
inaioritV (jf thfl tinnulur vntn i.i .1......
300,000 and of 1,250,000 of thy whllo cili-
uua. ii wmu yoio jw.uou larger tliiin
General firiint rpolveil In Ik?-) n.i i
- 1 avittf III.' I I."
300,000 larger than he received in
Tbe steD from Ail t let mm a i1rrrrn t.t
m - - a. j lit Ul V V H
corrupt abue In the elections to a ub-
tcibhm vi iiiu vtectlVO SJ'StCm Itself Is
natural. Nosnnnm a. ,i..i..n...
.u .V i . over
than the whole power ot the olllce-hold-
' n "u uy a camnet Minister, was
exerted to nroeur. ami iliil nm......
the state cauvassers of two states uiceai
aiju imuuuieni ocruucatcs, which were
made a Cretext Inr- fl lalan nnnnr r.t k.
electoral votes. To enable these olllcers
iv cacroiix) uie immoral coursKe neces
sary to the nnrta aaairmul n u. ... ,
to relieve them from the timidity which
find has Imhl.hl.J I u it., a .
- nn. iuiiiaiiuu nunc uuman bosom
as a limit to criminal audacity, detach.
T? ( I!10 vm mn Mnt nflord
Thfl PVnAlilntltai tna a.l.l-t. a a. ' .
-"-r 'niuj A llien ICQ TOU?i OI
intii 7i I. i "--I'iowo auu the
Illegal and fraudulent orrtlll.
catos were counted, and tho mensce
lU!S,!??!(tl?n Vy, U,e Mcuiot Ihe sen
,?0'dl?t,5)l,1 0WC' ow all the e ues.
thauV: """'' nu me mcnacoof
tv t,.?m,!nt S! 2" Prctndcd author
ofth meaiuresby whkhthe lalso count wn,
na we a i i'iwj.ii nafii natraiiTiira i
consummated are ltuown. ("Yes, ye.'")
The result Is the cetabllbhtncut ol h
precedent destructive ol our wholo the
tlve system. The temptation of tbofo lu
possession ol the government to perpe
tuate their own power by similar mctli
ods will always exist, ami if the example
thall be sanctioned by success, tho 1110
cession of government in this country
will come to be determined by lraud or
torce, as It lias been III aimostcvery other
country; and the experience will Do re
produced here which has led to the gen
eral adoption ot the hereditary system in
order to avoid confusion and civil Var.
results or roi niciL tniMi:.
The magnitude ol a political crime
must bo measured by its natural and ne
cessary consequences. Uur ttreat Re
public has beeit the only example In the
world ot a regular and orderly transfer
of governmental sticccssiou by the elec
tive system. To destroy tho habit of
traditionary respect lor tho will ot mo
peopio, as declared ihrougn the electorui
lorins, and to exhibit our Institutions as
a lallure, is the greatest possible wrong
to our own country, it is also a heavy
blow to the hones of patriots struggling
to eslabluh sell-government in other
countries. It Is a greater crime neninst
mankind than the usurpation of Decem
ber ll. 1S5I. depicted by the illustrious pen
ol Victor Hugo. Tho American people
will not condone it under any pretext or
for any purpose. A voice "Never! nev
Voting men, in the order ol nature we
who Itave guarded the, sacred traditions
of our free government will soon leave
that work to you. Within tho lite ot
most who hear me our Republic will em
brace a hundred millions of people.
Whethur its institutions shall be preser
ved in siibstanco and In spirit, as well ns
In barren tonus, ami will continue to be
a blessing to tho tolling millions here
ind a irood example to mankind, now
everywhere seeking a larger share In the
management of their own affairs, will de
pend on you. (A Voice We'll 'tend to
1 avail mvsell of the occasion to thank
you and to thank all in our state and
country who have accorded to me their
support, not personal to myself,
but lor tins cause 1 have
represented, and which has em
braced tho largest and holiest Interests of
humanity. Applause. Fellow citi
zens, 1 thank you tor your kind atten
tion. 1 am gbnl to meet you. 1 nm glad
to meet the Hub, nnd 1 am glad to meet
:ill united with you, and l bid you a cor
dial and affectionate good night. (Great
cheering, during which Governor Tilden
At the conclusion ol the speaking tho
band played a few aira, the crowds gave
a few more cheers and the lestivo con
versation was resumed wlthi.i, where the
number ol the guests had been augment,
ed by the rotund forms of the Lotos club
gentlemen, headed by the rubicund Mr.
Douglass Taylor. It was near midnight
when the wonted quiet ol Graramercy
Park was restored and the Quaker Moot
ing House was left in peace.
OTJH WASHINGTON LETTER.
ThpExtra Session No Work Done
Yet 'Whcro Does the Faut Be-long?-Cameron
and tho English
Mission The Bemonetization of
tho Dollar An Early Adjourn
mentThe Mexican Question.
Washington, D.C., Oct. 30, 1ST".
Two weeks of tho special session are
over, and nothing has been done. 1 con
less to an amount ol disappointment.
'Ihe fault, if it be a lault, is clearly with
the llou.e, as the Senate Is perpetually
organized, always has its committees,
and is ready for business at a moment's
notice. The historian, and not the writer
ol piirrent news, must determine whether
was ju-iliited in deferring tor two weeks
the appointment of his committees, and
thus preventing for that length of time
the transaction of the business for which
the session was called. Having advoca
ted his election and afterwards commend
ed those who voted for him, your corre
spondent will be slow toeondemn any act
ol his which Is not plainly to the disad
vantage of the country or the party. Dut
why should ho not have appointed the
committees tx-fore this time': Why
should not tho party have, an opportu
nity of further commending itself to the
Itople by entering at once upon the din-,
cu'.siou 01 those important questions ol
finance, of the Indian service, and ol civil
service reform, and ol economy, which
arc id Interest to all?
II It was the wish of the speaker that no
adjournment should take place prior to
the time when tho regular session com
mences in December, there Is no public
sentiment which would have condemned
the Introduction and consideration of sub-
jVh of general legislation at this time.
the democratic faiitv,
it seems to me, has nothing to lose by an
early consideration ol what Is ol Interest
to all tho people. The States which vote
on the Cth of November,, If, as I believe,
they would now sustain the Democratic
ticket, will uot be helped to do so by any
shunting or prevarication on the part of
Democrats lu national position. Hut.
however that maybe, let us have a Dem.
ocratio party, no matter how New York
or Pennsylvania niuy vote. There Is
something far better than expediency.
i no .uoHui Kcmocraiio parly has de
fended principles too long and suflered
too much therefor, to abandon It ut tho
moment of expected victory.
1 r the proposed appointment ol
a3 minister to Kngland can bo supposed
to haye any good effect, it must
bo In tho samo way as tho Inebrl-
alo did a good work, who accompanied
the temperance lecturer ho may servo
a9 an "awful example." Hut It Is not
believed such an appointment will be
made. .Mr. Hayes can hardly afford at
this time, to break up his cabinet and dis.
gust decent Republicans as welD
as Democratic senators, ns he would do
oy sending Cameron to rcpromt tho
L mtcd Status In any civilized conntrv.
Cameron once said, referring to a physi
cal misfortune 01 another Itcnubllcan
who was appointed to oillco by Johnson,
that ho ought to ho sent as minister to
the Guuno Island if to nny place. The
general and no doubt correct Idea of
Cameron's morals Is that they best fit
mmioro residence abroad In n private
capacity, oillolal position at nny place
would be an Insult to Us people, as to our
APV0CAT1.S fit TBK ItDMAXKTIXATiOX OP
t In high spirits believing-, niter count-
J. T. WARREN & CO.
Oi dors by mail ri'oinptly attended.
A Leading Feature.
Aniericau. sua English
NOI'P Mi l I I'M,
SIOCTD FOR QUOTATIONO.
i 1 null GO West Nccond Nl., I IXCIXNATI.
F Established 1330
1 I Absolutely Pure
I I ami
Wand PALATABLE. I Jiuasrs,Ac. Use no other. I I where
UAKER'SUOD LIVER UIL
J .NO. C. 1I1H1:U A UK, lroirlelora, l'lilludclpbla, ia.
Ing noses, that they have a clear majority
In both Houses, and claiming to have as
suranco that Mr. Hayes w ill not veto
such a bill for tho purpose as can be
It has olten bnen said that wars
are always popular with tho people of
this country. It begins to look as II
the question would bo tested. The con
dition of affairs on tho
Is such that, even 11 tho administration
desired to avoid a war, which, by the
way, is not certain, It would llnd some
difliculty In doing so. How much of the
d inger grows out ol aggressions of ad venturers
irom our sido of the II io
Grande, and how much Irom plunderers
from tho other side, is uncertain. It
must f.ot be forgotten that a large ami
influential class ol people desire that our
regular army be increased, and that they
believe such a war would secure what
tbey want, or that a horde of speculators
see their opportunity for profit in such a
war. Roth these classes are, doubtless,
represented on the border.
Permit mo to say a word in relation to
a report just made that flcneral Uabcock,
late in charge ol government buildings
and property here, is enormously
wealthy. I have no knowledge of Gen.
Il.'s politics, if ho has any, but know the
man well, and am sure that he is not to
day worth $lit,000. Nkmo.
- - -B-
nrntli of Gen. l'orrst.
(Jen. N. H. Forretdied at 7:'M o'clock
last night, at the residence of Col. Jesse
Forrest on T'nion .street. His disease
was chronic diarrhea and malarial lever.
He had been in ill health lor a year or
more, and lor several months pat his
condition had been deemed critical. In
August he was reported dying ut Hurri
cane Springs; but he rallied, and was a
lew weeks afterward able to return to
Memphis. The dKca-c, however, had
taken too firm a hold on his system. He
gradually grew worse, until at hut his
once powerful frame and indomitable
will suueumbud to thu dealt oyer.
The events which have made Geiiertl
Forest's name familiar to the whole civi
lized world occurred but as yesterday. It
seems but a short time since the great
soldier, whose deeds ot matchless daring
won Tor him the sobriquet of the "Wiz
ard of the Saddle," threw a-ide bis sword
lor the implements of peace; abandoned
the Held ol bloody war lor the quiet pur
suits of the citizen. It is not necessary
to print an outline ol his military career.
It Is a part ol the history ot tho late war.
There were lew important events in the
southwest east ol the Mississippi river In
which he was not a conspicuous actor.
In many of them tho brilliancy of his
genius and the weight ot his mighty arm
turned the scale.
Gen. Forrest was without military ed
ucation. When ho entered tho Confed
erate army he knew absolutely nothing
of military life. Yet tneso defects were
without influence. Ho succeeded where
others, trained to military pursuits, fail
ed. All things considered, h was pro
bably the most remarkable man tho war
produced. No one else achieved so much
with such limited resources.
About two years ago Gen. Forrest
made a proles sion ol reliirion and became
a merubcr of tho Cumberland Presbyter
ian church, lie died In this faith, and
met nisueam witn Christian ca mnesa
Orders for Coal by the oar-load,
ton, or in hogshoada; for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
OrTtmton wlinrf bout, foot of Blxtll street. "
Olllca nr Hilliiluv Hmthera. nimmiilc Ut.
( Iiarlea Hotel.
f.if yptian Mill, Twentieth itrwt.
UmI Dump, foot of 1 liiriy-aiKlitli street, or
I'.... rtnin.r .1 mi
7ino Soots & Shoes
Tho; Best oi POREIONand DO
MESTIC LEATHERS Always
Theatre Buildlnn;, Cain Il'j.
FANCY BO AM,
Prescribed A Sold
by Physicians.! 1 every
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shswneetown. Evantw
viUe, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant ildo-wbcel iteanx-r
V ALTBB B. I'K-rXIMOTOH-... ., ..Hutft
Jhakj.im I'kknimutok Clerk
t Will laava Cairo evry WEDNESDAY at
o'clock l. in.
The fWt auamrr
Bxh Howard - Muter
Kd. Tuoma Clerk
Leave Cairo every AATUUUAY.
Ktu-h boat makea close connection! at Cairo
witl. IhIiI... ......- I,. fcj f . I U
w . ui h , u rMw. iioiiici, mi k' i. uiuia, ariir
fihiii and New Orleans, and at Kvanayilla with
heK. AC. 11. K. fur all point Nortfe and Kat,
andwithtbe I-ouiuvUls Mail Bttajutra foall
point on Uie Upper Ohio, (rlvinif throucn re
ceipt on freiKbi and ps.tufi:ra to all point
Fur urtlifr information apply to
JA.MKS llHii.S. Panaenffer Agent.
J. M. l'HLLLli'H,, 'Agents.
Or to it. J. GHAMUER,
fSupfrintrnili-nl and Gneral PraiaM Afreat,
1-3-'Aj-1v. kvantTUlc Indiana.
The Steam Ferryboat
Will be run remlarlr. leaving Green
field's landing at 7:4.'i. 9 and 12 o'clock ,m.;
and 4;:;') o'clock p.m. during each
(in Sunday she wilt leave the Undies; at
R aud lOoclock a.tu. and at lt'ni., tad at
i 'A p.m.
WItiI.EAl.i: AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th street and Commarci Ave.
C. O. PATIEH & CO.
Mr. ltlock desires to call the attention ot
tho i'ublio to the fact that he has 1
i ways on hand a large, new and lasblonabl
; stock of ready-made custom Hoot and
, Shoes which he will sell at
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Call On I Jim At
Ml Eighth St, Set, Wash. & Cos, Are.
73 OHIO LEVEE,
t hy Sulntii pn'nk Biillillng, nst.atalra. -
Nebraska Citv No. 2
Ti OldMt KitaWlthtd Agency la Routhrra
" , Uliuolt, ami rcprewntlng ovr
as ooo ooo
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN. LION, Ohio Levee,
SIGN OP THE ORYSTaUi MORTAR,
v ' Washington Avenue and Eighth Street.
The Best Extract of Bucliu
BAHCLAY BROS., - CAIRO,
The Best Sarsparilla and Blood Pwiflr
To Be Had at ; ,
Barclays' Drug Store.
Agency for Dr. JayneV Hedicines
Barclays' Drujj Store .
For Solman'o Aguo Padf
Go To '
Ohillo and Povor Moioiacp liZ
At Barclays' Drac Stove.
THE BEST PLACE TO
Shoe Blacking, Shoo Dressing, and Stove Voah
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
California Wine, Port
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG ST0BEJ 4
If you want Boschee's German Syrup ' ",iy
One or One Hundred Bottles,
00 TO BARCLAYS' LH.TJf RTOVV
Extracts of Lemon and
Shoe Blacking, Stove
I 'UucmgejJnk, Etc..
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Tl ? A. Tl t w .
ruiiit Drusnes.varnisu urusnes.' i
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
AT BARCLAYS'" DRUG 8T0RK
White Lead, White Zinc, Linseed Oil,
Turpentine and All Color r
McLean's Cordial, McLean's Pills, -
i Hostetters BitUrs
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE." '
French, English and American Periumery
Wax Flower and Artists'. Materials
at aV I fkAi sb asas aaaai i a ASBBamaw .
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
. , v Nutmegs; Spices, and Pepper
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
All Kinds of Almanacs
Bottles, Vials, Corks, Sealing Wax
,. ; fcS . wand oorirji for putting up umiit
AT BARCLAYS DRUG STORE. ;Vr:
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG UTOr.E,
The Best Trusses, .All Styles,
Quinine, Smith's Tonic,
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink, '
Ooueh Medicines of All
I r H
Paper Bags, Wrapping
5 ' AT
Feather Dusters and' Counter Brushes 5 -i j'
fi , AT,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and ltabbcr tXcth '
BUY AUGUST FLOWXB
and Angelica, r.!M?.,i
SSr i m AS M. At 1 .ff
W I L .
I i Jl I
Cream Tartar; Soda) Etc.
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. IL tit&
J im .i. ii '
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
! " :r
BARCLAYS' DRUG STOKE.
Free to All
BARCLAYS' DRUG 8TORE.
- . i .... r
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
and all Ague Medicines
DRUG STORE. '
BARCLAYS' DRUG TCnX.U
BARCLAYS' DRUG ST0..E
Paper and Twine :vy"t"
. - . ' .1 nr. n'i-i
BARCLAYS' DRUG STOHE.
BARCLAYS' DHUG 8TO.
i' jA ' ni l
At Borclayo' lima Cioro