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.1 j I IIMITTT "'
wlU Im called upon to tniwer to another
WUctmtot ThU time JtU for bribery iu
ooDBKtton with bit election to tba Unl
ttd btU Sauat. '
Tmi tuncral of Senator Morton took
pUo at Indlanapolltat noon o Monday,
and wu attended by many prominent
men trom all parta of tba country. Tba
Wamonlea wu ot animprenlTe charac
ter, and luted (or over three bouri . Tbe
ttaalna wara depoalted In tbe vault at
Crown HU1 Cemetery.
L. Cu Ciiipehtm wm appointed by
Grant to be collector of Internal re veuue
for tbeCbarleeton, Soulb Carolina, die
trict Carpenter was very loyal, and
wa a speelal favorite with Grunt during
: (ha latter'! presidential term. Carpenter
waa at all tlmea ready and could supply
hli master with all manner ot stories
about tba rebel whites In and about
Cbarlestoik and to blm the white people
ot that secUonUrlbuted most of their
,troublMWiOi the; negroes. Carpenter wu
' a carpet-bagger andJKW man when he
went Into the revcnaerBoe, but In-leu
than twoyeart-toenocumulated an im
menae!ortuiie. Carpenter was a rra
man while CraflJ was 'president Short
ly etfter tbe Sttlonlut fall, when
It became evident that tbe State would
I pass Into the band of tbe Democrat!,
Carpenter resigned his office, giving as a
reason for so doing that he could not live
- la Booth Carolina nnder Democratic rule.
; Betott the State and went to New Jersey.
Recent events.-however, prove that Car-
penter did not reSjgn his office because
1 he wu atrald ot the Democrats. He was
fvUtyoftorjrery, and fearing detection
decided to get out of tbe way. He raised
two notes for $600 to $1,000. A few
' days ago he was arrested and taken back
to Charleston' Where he is now In jail.
. Carpenter wii Wy illV .r
. .To VTashlnWcorrespondent of the
St. Louis Refuhlicanbl the 6tb says Mr.
Brows of Tennessee has Introduced a
bill In the house to protect "from over
flow tbe alluviUlands of tbe Mississippi
valley. ; The bill provide! for the Issuance
ot United State bonds to such amount as
; the board of commissioners to be estab
lished under the act may estimate to be
necessary to construct levees, canals, er.
; ties or other works In Illinois, Missouri:
Arkanau, Tennessee, Mississippi and
Louisiana; the bonds to be due and paya
ble thirty years from date of Issue,
at 0 peri cent interest, payable
amUannually-U. gold er silver coin. Sec
tion eight provides that when the works
herein provided lor shall be completed, a
tax shall be assessed of centa per
acre upon all cultivated lands and ol -centa
per acre upou all uncultivated
lands, within said levee district, which
shall be pnteetad from overflow by the
works aforesaid,"! and . upon oil vessels
-- . " - . 1.1... ltt.
In said levee district there shall be assess'
ed a tonnage tax of-cents per ton
upon each and every ton ol freight car
ried by said- vessels in ascend
ing - and descending said water
course, said, tax to be collected by snch
means and In "such manner as msy be
prescribed by the secretary of the treai
nry.or u Wiartcr may be 'provided for
by congress. Also, that the moneys
arising from the tax.' hereinbefore provl.
tied for shall be paid Into the treasury of
the United States and so much thereof u
shall be necessary theretor shall be used
In saying the interest on the bonds which
may be lateed", and the costs and expense
I keeping In repair the works, and the
retnalndeshal constitute a sinking-fund
to pay the principal of the bonds."
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OUB : WAsnnroTON letter.
What Ccns grass XXm Wot Dona
. Bauaa Committees The Beau
' " , ptiom " Act Morton's - Toneral
' and tke -Pr6clJfint---Canieron
The ;;Lowsnff jSeaatoMhip
Bherman and Sohura.
IfasaiHGTOK, D. C, Nov. 4, 1877.
Wben looking at what Congress has
done, or, rather, has failed to do, In the
three weeks now pused of the extra ses
sion, one la Inclined to smile at tbe Ideas
of those who thought that by this time
the session would be over. The
,7 mala object of tbe session, the making of
an appropriation for the army for the
, ' year, from, June, 1877, to Jane, 1878, hu
hardly received any attention. The Mil
itary Committee of the House bu about
decide! to report .a bill appropriating
sufficient money for tbe support of a
force of IaaO0r men, but there will un
doubtedly be prolonged discussion be
lorethe'WlI eaa pau the lloose, and
thereafter discussion In the Senate, and
. . most likely, Committees of Contcrence.
The House committee on
1 BASIWO iXD CCBIE.NCV
hu ready a bill for the remonetization of
liver, tnaidng the dollar of 412) e-rains i
legal tender whenever gold payment is
not mada.-oiUgatory by. contract. This
; bill will almost certainly psi the llouse,
and. Its friends bellere, the senate also.
Whether It will be vetoed or not none
seem to kaow. Its friends think It will
not be. But Mr. Hayes hudlssppolnted
more men since March last than one else
ever dWha ap equal length of Ume, and
It Is only certain that his course on this
abject iacaoertaln. fills to
nxrxix tbi sracu xucitftiox
' act nave auo oeen before the House, but
a dJrtet vote hu not been reached. On
preliminary motions it hu been dear-
. ; ij bkiwb, nowever, mat wben a vote Is
, . reached there wlU be a majority for re-
.ThoteUnf In both Senate and House
it tafonktie teas appropriation to secure
Hpnmt&om ;t the rarls EspoaiUon
njiwtiv . v.-
V,V,. ryfc1idsofMr.nsye are advis.
tag fcUtrf attend tha ,
ITXUlL Of StXATOB atOBTOS.
- It to oot, perhaps, a iubect for extend-
J l!!1-'1"."' lJI" '" !
netfj" paper comment, but even the ad
Mr ers ol Mr. LUycs are saying that 11 he
c.n find time to travi l in all mtlons oi
the country, visiting fairs and races, it is
not becoming to plead, as be has done,
public business as a reawn lor remaining
here on this occasion.
, THE ENGLISH MISIION.
In escaping ftom m ha calamity a the
appointment of Cameron as minister to
England, after it seemed certain that such
sn appointment viouM be niaile, the
country extremely fortunate, ue
Is an unpatriotic man who would try to
defeat the continuation of Mr. Welsh,
who wu appointed, for his rejection
mules it again possible Unit '' nitron
may be appointed. But the tllm i is be
ing made. Charges against Mr. Welsh
have been made, ami are to be Investiga
ted by the senate The administration
has not matle the most happy selections
of public offleers f o far. It has not done
better than Grant did. Mr. Hayes and
Mr. Evarts should themselves have sub
mitted to a competitive examination bo
lore accepting office.
THE I.Ol'TSUNA BKNATOH9UU'.
There Is no doubt but the Louisiana
Senatorial question will go over to the
regulur session. It is evident the I ora
mittee on. Elections In the Senate design
making an extended investigation ol
matters connected with the election ot
both Spoflord and Kellogg.
The Senate shows uo disposition to act
upon nominations made in cases where
officers had been removed for violation ol
tbe civil service order. Though the cases
of Arthur and others of New York are
looked upon as those upon which the
contest will be made, it is known that
Senator t'onkllng Is hunting tor evidence
in other cases.
SHKRMAX AND ECHfRZ.
. From Ume to time rumors prevail here
that Secretaries Sherman and Schurz are
to Quit the Cabinet. The duties of his
office are known to be distasteful to Sec
retary Schurz. Of Sherman's resign
atlon, however, unless the resumption act
should be repealed, I have never believed
there was any probability. Kvcn that
might not induce him to retire volunt
WHAT THE PArEUSSAV.
Krora ilie Nw Orleans Time.
Drummers, drummers! They are here
from the north, the east and the west,
thick as black birds in August! As the
frosts glide down tho longitudinal line
searching out tbe sweets ot our southern
climate, only tills year they ore more
numerous than usual. Formerly these
doubtful blessines were chiefly bestowed
by New York, Boston, Cincinnati, Louis
ville, and that pretentious patron of big
things on a small scale, St. Louis, but
now another city introduces its represent
tatlvcs in the drumming line from the
shores of Lake Michigan. We had some
what got used to the package tribe that
came trom the former cities, but these
now fell own wo don't oulte understand
yet. They seem to be Jolly enough, but
there is a snarpness in tnoir voices, ana
noses too, that ought to warn us south
erners that there's business on hand,
purpose ot increasing its current and
scouring capacity, and thereby deepen
its shallow places which has proved such
splendid success at the mouth ot the
Mississippi river, has been tiled with
satisfactory results on the Chattahoocbie
river, at Woolfolk's bar. This bar, once
a creat hindrance to navigation, is scour
ed out to a greater depth thau any other
portion or tho river.
HAIl.nO AD TRANSPORTATION',
The West is disgusted with railroad
transportation. A correspondent writ
Ing from Kansas City says the farmers
there are practically shut out from the
markets by tho high rail rates to the
East, and there is a general hue and cry
for the permanent establishment of trade
along the Southern route to tbe sea.
THE CUBAN TRADK. .
SLLouia Journal of Manufacturtt an d Commerce
Our total exports last year to Cuba
were $1G,619,032, as ogainst $.'l,ytil,W9 In
1870. Total imports in injn, ,m,mH,
and In 1875 $66,740,527. We bring from
Cuba nearly the above amount of sugar
which is about tho only thing we buy
there. This could be raised at home as
well, if we would once fairly investigate
and demonstrate tbe practicability ot the
oeet sugar maustrv. we sen in Cuba
provisions and a tew Implements only.as
the home government almost prohibits
trade by a nigh (arid upon American pro-
The St. raul convention limited its ac
tlon strictly to the Mississippi river. It
wu not called on to consider side
streams, and it old not entertain them.
1 he convention asks tor an Improve
ment that will secure 11 yo feet ot water
between St. Louis and St. Paul, eight
feet between St. Louis and Cairo, and ten
feet between Cairo and New Orleans, all
tbeyear round. The value of these min
imum depths would be very great. No
matter what the cost ot the improve
ment the reduction in rates calcnlated on
the low-water freight alone going up and
down tho river for live years would dbv
The icroca earnings ot Iwentvotwo
western railroads show an aggregate In
crease, from Jan. 1st to Sept. 30, 177 ot
$1,240,063. The following roads termi
nating at St Louis, included in the above,
exhibit a decrease in their gross receipts,
namely: Cairo & St. Iouls, $19,201; Chi
cago and Alton, $382,CW); Illinois Central,
jit Tin. u. T J.. I. 1.' .'.. . , . .
Louis, Alton T. II. $17.84 Rt. i,. r. m
Southern, $79,279; St. L. & San Fran
Cisco, $ll,4o0-, Wabash, $3,003.
COLD LS GEORGIA,
Gold is a drug In Georgia. A gentle
man ot McDufflu county, has ben work
ing for some time, with profit, a gold
mine on his place in that country. He
bu only three colored miners to assist
him, and yet He sends nearly every month
to market a nugget ot pure gold worth
from $800 to $800. Bis expenses, we un
derstand, hardly exceed $100 per month.'
This sort of business would suit the most
of us, in these times, and then resumption
would come mighty easy, and come to
The treatment that Mr. Uoode's resolu
tion to Indorse the President's policy In
regard to the South, received from the
Republicans In the House, Indicates that
the 8talwarts will never vote for it. The
resolution affirms that the policy ot Mr.
Hayes is constitutional, and that It hu
been followed by restotatlon ol peace
and harmony throughout tbe country.
This Is certainly so. But this Is exactly
what they, the jjtal wart Iliullcali, Uo not
era, 14,710; Missouri Paclflc, $114,087;
Missouri, Kansas A Tei. SM fiD- sr.
want. They want the North to nurse a
leeling ol biltcrnessand prejudice aguiiiRt.
the South; hence fhllllps ot Kansas, ob
jected to the Introduction ol the rvsolu
tlon, and Spoons ltutler snubbed it. It
will be passed In due time, nevertheless.
INOEBSOI.I. ON AI.C0UOI.,
Sob lugcrsoll suys he never made but
one "temperance speech," ond that was
in the "Can Means trial" In Chicago,
when he used the following hngunge:
I believe, gentlemen, alcohol to a ceri
tain degree demoralizes those who make
It, those who sell It nnd those who drink
it. 1 believe that from the time It issues
trotu the colled ond poisoned worm ol
the distillery until it empties into the hell
of crime, dishonor nnd death, It demorali
zes everybody that touches It Iroin its
source to Its euds. I do not believe that
anyboJy can contemplate the subject
without becoming prejudiced against the
liquid crime. All we have to do, gentle
men, Is to think of the wrecks upon eith
er bank ot this stream of death; of the
suicides; of the Insanity; of the poverty;
ot the Ignorance; ot tlio destitution; of
the little children tugging at faded dress
es: of weeDinar and desimirintr wives ns-
kin for bread; of the millions struggling
with Imaginary serpents produced by
this devilish thing; nnd when you think
of l he Jails; of the alms-houses; of the
asylums; of the prisons, and ot scailolds
upon either bank, 1 do not wonder that
every man Is prejudiced aguiint that
damned stutt called alcohol."
THE WAK IN El'llOl'E.
OKX. CiOLIlKO H B TOUTED KII.l.tD Kl S
SIAN ADVANCE INVESTMENT OF I'l.KV
NA IAHS KRZEROl'M TURKS DKIVKN
BACK KLICTIOKA IN tRANCE RK1TB
Constaxiinoi'i.e, Noy. 5. It is re
ported from Orclianle, on authority of
Kussian prisoner", that Gen. Gourko was
wounded during the recent lighting and
lias since died.
Till: Rl'SrtlAN ADVANCK.
London, Nov. 6. Uusslan ofllciitl bul
letins report contlnimd progrtes on tho
Plevna and Orchauie and I.ovatz and Or
chanie roads. Tatcvcn and TurliiBver
are occupied by Infantry and cavalry,
and a cavalry detachment bus penetrated
Yablait.a pass In pursuit of retreating
ATLIIKlSn IIEI'l l.SK.
A Turkish lorce, numbcrim? bctwr en
3,000 and 4,C00 men, from south of the
Balkans, attacked a Russian force at
Mahren, south ot Elena. After three
hours' tljjhtinfr the Turks retreated, leav
ing 100 dead and many wounded.
THE INVESTMENT OV ri.EVNA.
Bv occupation of heichts near Dubrik
the Russians commaud the Turkish tcte-
du-pont over the Vid. which Is the only
menus oi fcrees irom rievna on inc buuui
and west. The investment of 1'levna is
complete. The Russians are clearing
not only the Sollaroad but all approuclics
trom the Balkans. A Turkish relieving
army woulu nave to liglit its way up to
1'levna step Dy 6tep.
THE SIEGE Ot KAKS,
London. Nov. 5. A Russian olliclal
dlsDatch. dated Vezinky, November 4
says: Kars is closely invested. To-day
we commenced tbe erection of siege bat
tcrics opposite the southeastern fort.
Aii Erzeroum telegram savs the Rus
sians are constructing north ofMukthar
Pasha s position on the road leading to
the plain before Erzeroum. Tbe Turk9 1
are generally much more continent,
TURKS DRIVEN BACK.
rays; a severe buuck whi niuuu lo-uuy
on tne iurkisii position. J here was
fighting along the whole line. After ten
hours' engagement the Turkish centre
was driven in and the Turks compelled
to fall back. Mukhtar I'aslm was slightly
The Russian forces from Arduhan have
entered the Western Euphrates valley,
endangering tbe lino of communication
between iiatoum and t.rzcrouni, nnd
Erzeroum nnd Trebizond. ,
Pams, Nov. 5. Returns up to this
hour show 067 Republicans and 350 Cons
seryatives elected to the councils-general
Republicans have gained Sj seats.
Twenty-nine second ballots arc neces
sary. Five hundred and sixty-eight dis
tricts remain to be beard from. It is not
known how the Republican sains dls
tributed and affect majorities In Paris
councils-general. Jt is expected when
complete returns are in the Republicans
triumnh will bo considerably modified
The Republicans claim large gains at
elections tor councils oi arronnissements
THB PROPOSED XEW MINISTRY.
The Monlteut- says necotlations lor the
formation of tho new ministry have not
yet Dcen concluded, but believes tbe list
or ministers will be as follows: Pouyer-
Quertier, president ot council and minis
ter of rluance; Baron Leon Scenav. mln
larar nf thn lr arlst. I tA Vai.ua .nlnljfn.
of foreign affairs; Del Sol, minister of
justice; Dunne, minister or public in
struction; Montgolflcn, minister ot pub
lie works; Clement, minister of ngricul
ture; uen. isertnanr, minister ol war;
Admiral Clegucl des Touches, minister
oi marine, nie last two are members ot
the present ministry. Baron Seeuav la
conservative senator and supporter ol
forty Horse Collar
The attention of the public Is called
to this great improvement la
Owners of Horses Should Giro it a Trial.
Call at the
Ex: vj Cslhr Factor;,
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
and examine and be convinced of the
great superiority of this new collar over
the old style hwd and stiff collar now In
use. It is a well-known fact thit every
day large numbers ol horses are rendered
unfit lor service by chifflng, caused by
the use of the old stylo collar, and that
by this means many horses are made to
balk. This new collar will obviate all
THE TTJULEY HORSE
Is the best made. Como and sco them
at lit Commercial avcnn.fbot nf Hnvnnth
MZZ.iZ ;i '"aai.ef lb. tWfg,,. a,bMl.. aM iw
m uoi u. ('Ma nfl mul
t-liaUv. tsn lad evklataliJ,
rZZ'"2""y iia kon ... Vxti, call 1 wflu.
WM llwa M.J hfly C'.eu let fl.iiii.la of Hub-
liit l.fonnMl'in b mmi. CM
THE EYE, EAR and THROAT
Bueoeesnilly Treated wttfi
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE.
SPCCKSS k tba tMt Of merit, ami CIWMM In th
tratmnt of Catarrhal ASectlona, aftnr ao
manr mUerabla failures, moani uudoubtnd apeelfla
rurutlva nroportlsa In ttia rnnicily mad. Do
Hakfohd'I lUDioibCuaa for Catarrh poaaaia melt
rropertlea ? Tin evidence, In.tlia atiapa of urwoll
cited teatlraonlala from tlio moat raapactabla peopli
id an aiauona or i ro.muit Da cuucuuiv? una
roBD'i RiviOAiXuni. And vafuat l aalt ta, It dost
luUMUlnn Af tha Or
anuria whloL ura to-Uny offorcd by frlonda to t rlcDda
in lta faror. fooplo ot woaltli and reflnf ment In all
jiarta of tho enmitr? dally adroit Itaaunorlorlty prer
any method of cura known to tho reuulnr medical
Erofeimlon, ba almn tho publlelty Incidental to a
ubllshud itntemnnt. lloaca tlio ieallmonlali In
ur poe8lou KiprMonl hnt a email part pf
tliota wltlilield fur tlio reuon mentioned. Tha
fnllowlngr uiuollclted tmtlraonlol from iltitav
Vll, Kq., of Wolle, Friruo ". Erprew, la
an ouupojun ludgrscmout of whlcii wo wo Juutiy
ud INVALUABLE. ,
Mem, Wimta H Pimm. Wholeanla Trrnnrliiti,
ronton, Slam.! Uentlemtn,l have fornomo luontlm
f -It It duly thnt I owe to eiillorlnff humanity td
write von.ntntliitftlinirroat btn'tlt t nut I havedu.
tlved trom the) mn ofHANrono'a IUuioal Ctna
ronCATMinn. Formnrnttmn Wycara I have been
effllctcd with tlila Tory trobl'omo complaint. I
liare tried nil tlio rcinoilli e that I could tlnri, bnt
without lnatnrlnl np i,,rniiinflnt bancllt. Lost fall
the dlieaaa hul arrived at that (lata that I mult
bare relief or dlo. Thocntlromenibranouiiritcni
Lad become o Inflamed, nnd thoatomach ao disor
dered, that It waa s doubtful matter whether I
could go to tlia Vftclilcooiwt.or If I did no whether
1 mould live to come bockor imt. i auw an auvor-
iiicredulont about Biocnk or nrmtruml of any
Kind, yut In sheer dcupcratlon I tried title, nnd wag
lit once benofltcd by It. The chaUKf of climate.
chronic dlauaaocf tho mer.nnil my nua over TO
may prevent luyentlrs reatornllon.but thebenc
flt I uerlvo from lta dally una la to mo tnvaluablt.
nna i am nopinfr to pa completely curea. aim m
JoatarrlveataroflpcctablooldttKe. m ,
If tli la otntomcnt of mycoao can ba oranyaernca
to thoio allllctcil na t have been, nnd ennljlo you to
LrlOKthla remedy Into moro Keuerul uae,cipeclal)y
Object In wrltliiR I tits noti) will Im obtained. a
Vcrytnilyyonra. HENRY WKLL8,
Ar20tA,N.V.,Juue,li76. cHVelUi.l argu&CO.
V.nrti narknsa f nntnlna Dr. Banford't ImnroTcd
luliallng. Tube. a:id full dlrectluna for o In all
caiea, Trice tM. l ot e.iloby all Wholcaalo and
State and Canadaa. WKKKB roiTKIL General
Agenti ana n uoienaio uraiocnu, uoaton. uuaa.
I'liU U In nnrtiftf 4hnt T hVA hlWn IMlniT VOUr
Collins' Voltaki )'LATHa for KnlarKement of
the Buleen and IicpreiMluu In the Btuuacb, ana
they have Riven tne more relief than any otber
remedy 1 have ever need. I would hlyhly recom
mend them to all .ulerliig fxoiu the ciibcU of palo
3. W. SELLS..
riccimo, SIo., Juno 59,
Hating occaalontonao arcmdy fir arertifrwi
fain In my aide 1 tried onu of your Collinh Voi
taio Pi.8Tm. aud In twait)-tour boun the tialn
waa autlrelr removed. J. H HAMMIH,
Ain't Cnnhtcr First Nat. llaulc
VfnroifA, MlSX., Juno I'J. is".".
Colllne' Voltaic Plaster, giro thn neet .atlffte.
tlon here of nnytluuK tlmt ha. been tried fur
t.mtucH and Wcakiiciia of thu Hack. VWw ieud
more rlRlit away. JAM3 LKWld.
iiiiYA-f i', III., Jane in, 1R77.
Trlpo, 5 Cents.
Ho careful to obtain Com.inb' Voltaic Pla,
Tbb, a cumblnallou il Electric and Voltaic Plate.,
with a highly Medicated Platter, at wen In tho
above cut. hold by all WlinleHalo and lietall Drug
gists throughout tnq rnltedHtateH and Canadaa,
end by ViLLta it 1'01'lXit, Proprietor, liuttua,
CHARTERED H ARCH 21, 188
CITT NATIONAL BANE, CAIBO
A . B . flATrOBD. President.
H. H. TAILOR. Vice President.
W . H YHLOP. 8eo' v nl l-rwwiirer.
P.W. BABCLAT, CHiH. GALIblllll,
F. M. HTCM.'HJi.iTn, PadlG. Mcniu,
It. II. (JUNNINUIIAM, 11. L. JlALLlUAr,
J. M. PniLLii-a.
INTKIIEST paid on ili poMla at the rate ot tlx
percent, per annum, March 1st and Septem
ytr let. Interest not withdrawn is wldcd imme
liately to the) principal of Die deposits, thereby
an i lit !"., .,-.i-,-i-,-m uiltrcv,.
c . yoificn and Children may
posii money ana no one
else can draw it.
Open every tiusinciBSiluy rromfla.m. to S p.m.
mil Saturday evenlnga for Havings deposits Olilf
rom U to M o'clock. '
W. HT8LOP. Treasurer.
City National Bank
W. P, HA LI J DAY, President.
HKNUT L. HALLTbAT, VlcePrest
A. H.84PKOKB, Csehler.
VA1 TKlt HVSL0P. Aaa'l Cashier.
. Btaath Tiri.nn. 'il II ('i khini.u.u
II. L, Haxliday, W. P. Hii.LDAr,
O. D, WiixLAMHori, Btifuim Uiho,
A, is, BArroitu.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DKPO.MTS received Mil Kaerl tanking
. Boss. President.
H. Well. Oaahier.
X. J. Kerth. Asst. Ca.'r
mm m m
CwnerOonunerolsi At, evna 8th Street
F. nrau, Cairo. Wm Kldge, eeira.
feu, Ulro. n m oue, vairo.
Rnaaaka. Caira. R. L. BilllnialT. Bt Lome
K. Buder, Cairo. U. Wells, Cairo.
r . n. lirinaman, ci. i-mii,
J. Y. Cl.mson, Caledonia.
A fleneral BaatUaf Beialaieaa Don
tF.xehange sold and bought. Interest paid
i the Havitiva Ik,MrtmAnt. Collaotiona nuila.
nd all bualneae uromntlv attended to.
tell wppV tn AaretitM. nAnilRfftiiiitn. in rw
tluulart Ire.. . Worlh t :u.Ui.LuU,ko
OLD mTEDWATCHM. cheaa.
.ertln the known world. Nampt Watch f'mtt
Wtlr. aYWItte, A. VVi,iJ V,., VUKa
Evansvlllo, Cairo and Memphll
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetovfn, Evans-
and all way landings.
The clrmtnt ilde-wliatl iteanicr
alteh B. Penninoton . Mailer
OUAULk flNHINUTOM (Jlelk
I Will leT Ulro every WKDNK8DAT at
o'clock v. ui.
Tlic fleet aleamrr
riKN IloWAhD ...Matter
Ko. Tiioma Clerk
leaves Cairo ev.TV SAI tlUOAY.
Ea:h boat make clour connection" at I'-aixo
With Orat-cUita ah-ainerii for St. Iiiili, Ueiu-
hla anil New Orltxtiia, anil at Kvanivllle wltn
hcK. AC. It. H. lor all tiointa Norm and Kaat,
and with the I.ouiavUla Mall K Warner, to all
uointa on tbe Uiier Ohio, frlvluK tnrotifrbre
oelpta onfiviliu Mil uuaeur,era to all points
For urtlier Information amily to
.IA MKS IlKlliS, I'aMaenjrer Agent.
J. il. I'HII.1.11'8.
Or to ). J. UKAMMKR.
dntieriutenilent and General freight Agent
l.K-)-lv. klvanavllle Indiana.
The Steam ferryboat
Will be run reirularlv. lehvlce Greer
field'! lamlinif at 1a:. 9 and 12 o'clock a.m.;
2 30 and 4:W o'clock p.m. during eacb
Un Sunday one will leave tne landing at
8 and 10 oclock a.m. and at l lni., and at
WIIOLKSAIX AND KETAIL.
INI THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 19th street and Commerei Ave)
O. O.PATIEK & CO
tt. n.iRQr & Sea
Aucioiie-rs nnd Dealer in
New & Second-Hand Furniture
Etc., Etc.; Etc
Corner 8th and Commerc'l Ave.
O. D, WILLIAMSON.
And Dealer In
X. 16 OHIO LEVZE.
PKC.iLattentior given teoailja'ate ai 1
il Artist Tailor,"
80 OHIO LEVEE, Cairo, Ills.
Can Be Beautiful
ly Dyed or Be
paired at a Trif
C. O. D.
Old Hats Made New.
No. 30, Eighth Street."
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholcial. and Retail Dealers in
Foreign and Domestio
WIXEfc OP ale Lvam.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
MESSRS. SMYTH k CO.. have eonetanily a
Urit Dock ol tha heat ood In tbe o.ir
aet.anan Teetclalattenllpa to tbe Tibole
Barclay Drug Sioes
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee.
. And At
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR, V:
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street.
The Best Extract of Buchu
BARCLAY BROS, - - CAIRO.
The Best Sarsparilla and Blood Purifi
To Be Had at
Barclays' Drug Store. :
Agency for Dr. Jayne's" Medicines r
For Holman'o Aguo Pad
BARCLAYS' DRUG STOFiE.
Chills and Fo vor Morfioinoa
THE BEST PLACE TO
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Pollah
" a. I
California Wine, Port
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
If you want Boschee's
One or One Hundred Bottles.
GO TO BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
LExtracts of Lemon and
" L- .....L.L 1 II .llii
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking,
Mucilage, Ink, Etc.,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
.. -J,-.il..Jii a.,,.-- . . ,
Paint Brushes, Varnish Brushes, . ,r -
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE
wcuac uu jc iuv vuiuds, ana jiair iirushes
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORK.
White Lead, White Zinc. Linseed Oil.
Turpentine and All Colors
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
- 1 ' 1 . i
McLean's Cordial, McLean's Pills, ;
- Hostetter's Bittersj
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. ' .
Fronci English and American Perfumery
AT BARCLAYS', DRUG STOBE.
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indieo. Madder.
All Kinds of Almanacs
Bottles, Vials, Corks, Sealing Wax
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen r:.
The Best Trusses, All Styles, -v .,; -
Quinine, Smith's Tonic,
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Cough Medicines of AU
Paper Bags, Wrapping
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes 7 7
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber doth
ji i i mat
By . ;;V
At Barclays' Drug Store
BUY AUGUST FLOWER
DRUG fcTORE. "
:;n 1 jl. m
For Medicinal one.
Cream Tartar, Soda, Etc,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
BARCLAYS', DRUG 8T0HF
jwutmegs, Spices, and Pepper
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE,
BARCLAYS' DRUGSTORE -
Free to All
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
and Corks for putting up JfTuifl
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE,
, BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE,
BARCLAYS' DRUG STOpE.
and aU Ague Medicines
BARCLAYS DRUG STORE.
Kinds . ) : . ;
BARCLAYS'; DRUG STORE.
Paper and Twine'
BARCLAYS' DRUG STQlit,
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
At Barclays' Drug Sioro