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tfiiibtdwMl, D. C.,Kor.Bth,lS77:
, All piwpipr renter ( will bay noted
Av ontally political qtieatloni lave
bteaUld Ik obeytnct In houic and senate
HPtotMitlme. At blgh noon on Wed
MdtT. or u loon tberctltcr the rules
ot tM Bum will ptroi.t, there li likely to
t ft chime In tb'i repect. We cannot ex.
. pectthvetlra eewlon to some nd go
. without derided expresilont ot opinions
oa lubJecU wblcb bate been everywhere
dUeuMt4 itoce Mr. Tilden was elected
prwlcknt one year ago this month. Most
lateUIf nt cltluns believed then that Mr.
Tilden wu elected. Since then one mein
ber 01 the Electoral Commission Justice
tiaa nntilUhftll IpttlT ahflwlllO
that be was In doubt on the subject, and
a Utter ot another member-Justice
Stronj, has been published, explaining
that he believed there were great Kopub
iiaaa frauds Jn Louisiana, and that his
. Toleo and Infloenee were given to Mr.
Hayes as a matter of expo
dlenoe. Tb!.lWiavVr'iv ol
" that this same ifnct)i expediency" will
prevent many Democrats from cxpress-
" lnjr bellel that the Eleotoral Commls'
, 'l. 11. .tl.1 ....1 II. . IT M
f nn wwm wuiuuuiiuuuui nuu mat
, UayeS It twt lenity preslden t. ;
' iTSUSIDfAOr "XPDINCV"
suar invent the success of an cflort to
paes an act to enable Mr. Tllden'a friends
to secure an early decision of tbulques
boa by our, highest Court But there are
an aowueu many who win utae ouior
vtewl oTlha matter, ami who will ex
press; temperately but forcibly the gener
al wish that the whole question may be
settle (a tbtj only waj It can possibly be
settled. 'We shall have the lubjcct up
or Jleusslon ' But' for the patriotic
limine taken .lit eonie Important matters
by Mr. Hayes it would have been imjios
viTble to.kwp It' so' long In tho Uaek
gTOUB(CButUie cxMiulry cannot afford
to Mt Mr, Hayes as president if be la
not In .reality president, because of his
fOrt&uuraeter . '..'.j'".'';';; ' .
",yO iCOMPAM 8UU TMISOS
wUhfreab Jihla view of the case has the
aainniriakncss as Uiat'of the bounder
whortahet! to ' affect "his "pious r
" ample" to the family against an accuin
'' ulated board -bill, " ft the section esoec
' tally .benefitted by tlie unexpected rood
eraitaia it)fr. Hayes shall object to a
dtteoulon 01 tilt title, the leading men ol
.. that taction will always of necessity rest
uudef the suspicion oU having sacilrlced
principle to the temporary good of their
people. Let us have light.
TBI MIUTART COlllTTr:K
of the House has decided on an appro
priation " for a regular army of twenty
thousand men. It la not likely the
lawuni wui ue materially uiurcaami, auu
. M i i ) i i . i i
tbat lumber of men may be considered
asjfce limit of our army lor the present.
for tbe purpose t securing a represen
tatlon of the United States at
TBK PAEI8 EXPOSITION
next year, It Is believed that $150,000 will
be voted. Messrs. Ewlng and Buckncr,
with their propositions to repeal the re
sumption act and to remonetlze silver,
are finding that their unquestioned ma
jorities are not 6uffloient to secure even
' a vote of the House on their measures.
A crafty minority, under tbe complicated
rules.pt the House, ean defeat legislation
on any subject. ' It requires barely more
. than one third 61 Uio members to defer
-"airnAar lfWtrlr,ltJr thai AAnalrtarattAti it
any measure. 4 . .
No serious attempt has been made to
consider matters outside ot those just
mentioned; ;TM session; will doubtless
continue late Into this month, but there
seems to be ft' general disinclination to
-1 eommenee on work that is not pressing.
The report of the .....-...
cmniiaainxM op pituvth
'' for tho past week shows larger results
umu r io eorresponaing wecK i&si
year Mf. In, the number, ot patents Is
AnAMf Ihlt II 1AM line In lm iniAnnt rvf
...WW HUM, WMV .U UU V
wofi' aeeonpltohed. The tuH force Is
now employed, which will be good news
W tne many inventors who have been
holding back business, because they fear
ed the great fire had Impaired tlie effici
ency of the offlee. ' Reno.
FKOl4b, 0 BORDER RUFFIANS.
from thc'frcioii (Aiijonil Kniernrise. Oct. 17.
Yesterday afternoon quite a ripple of
v -excitement was created in our usually
, . quiet town by the appearance ot two
. genutieer boidef rufllans on ovr streets,
uvj ," wHHia iiiviusciicb iruuuiciuiuc
" - at Jaejteo 4 Tomklnt saloon, where
. they drew their revolvers and flourished
, them In a threatening manner. Cot.
McCali; who happened to be there, was
eoyeteyWIth the. pistols several times,
and wastold thatlt be opened his mouth
ruij would let daylight through Win,
w ue vnaeiy Kept still. They then be
Kan flatng at a dog, and afterward, mount
ing their horses, rode down Montezuma
street at roll gallop, yelling like demons
and ftriag right and lett at everything
w www iveu, uie bullete whistling
la UBpUasant prozmity to several Der-
aona wno were on the street. John ltat
ble'a dog was the only thing hit by them.
Proceeding on down tbe street they
stopped on the outsklrks of the town and
reioaoeeiineir weapons. Marshal Stand
tor and CoL MeCaU armed themselves
and got Into Duprez'e barouche and
imnea pursuit. nena Bowers and
frank Murray, elty marshal, also armed
. e themstiyw, nd, mounting the horses,
started after them. Slanderer and Mc-
V?" lhJniflUn,0l new
Noyee old mill; sou to get on the other
- -. aUa nd head them oft Bherlff Bowers
Si P n thu side, and tbe
mftw ordered them to throw up their
M surrender. butad of which
on him. 'i'ullos, one of
tZAST on ncse and
tredttmsbot at Bowers, all ol them
rrrr "v'" r. gun Drought
.IfarshM btendier also
twea sj wa mto him. Ran-
tot tedar it) boibea . and Z
aaesd to load his revolver, still retuiins
w mwiwir- wuan a wwi uw i aucr-
Hwrm , ttretobed bin out lifeless,
v TasCTtt "on.kept Bring away,
zbt down with a ballet
In 'fem1, but wnstiot killtuj. Tlitw
"'j much shouting jroinir on lliut it it
i nii0!Mi)ie to tell wlio tliva tli
iiwi stioit. The horsH Slietlll lluwi
ro Ji was ihot in the hind quarter. This
w vne oniy Harm thut Defeii tlie pursu
ing party. The dead und wounded were
brought to rlio sheriff! otllce, und Irom
tuenw auchn. the wounded one. wat
taken to the hospital, where lie now lies
still unconscious, but lie ran live but two
or three days. From n letter found on
tne Doily of tlie one killed, it whs a-eer-tained
that his name wax Hubert Tnllos
of Stephenville, i:ratli rauiity,
and that ho did nut bear n vcy envinlile
THE KLK'1 IONS.
XKW JKR8KV. "
Tkkntox, Noveiiiher 7, :i a. 'ion,
Met'lellan, lieuKicriit, H eh ii Joyer
imr by k majority of Irom ii,tn , t Hi.tMK).
UiciiMOND, NoyeiiilierO. Tlie ( lection
to-day wiw remarkably quiet. In Uns
city only uttout 1,7HI yulvn were pulled
out ot over i:i,0Ki.
There was no ojipoiiliou to the Con
servative ticket Pir State nlileera any
M11.WAI K1.K, Wis., Nov, CtVl miil
nlKlit Two hund'red and ten towns give
Smith, Kepubliean, 2,tXK pliirnlity over
Mitllery, Deinoirrat, net Kcpuhliciin pun
000. The KepublicaiiH claim the election
of Smith by from :t(KJ to ."axi inajority, but
the DenioeintH claim they have elected
part ol their utatti ticket.
mi.riMonn, Noveinhcr (i. The only
stale oltl jer to 1)0 elected Is Comptroller
of the Treasury, and the vote Is: Keating,
Democrat, !iS,7U7; 1'orter, icepuniican,
0,31X1. T he lemo(!i-ats elect the entire
delegation to the legislature. The Ko-
publK'ans liuu 110 icgioiuuvo iickci.
11111. ADKI.I'HIA. NuV. 611 1. 111.
Twenty-six counties outride ot I'hiladel
phia show a Democratic gain of "i.iKMi
over the vole last year, when the same
counties gave Tildea a minority ot w.ouu.
l'artlul returns from eleven coiinlioi,
out; of sixty-three In tho state show a net
gain lor Noyce, uemocraLioraiaie ins
urer, ol 2 800 oyer tho vote of last year.
Keturns Indicate a Democratic niajoriij
in tho stale ol from 10,000 to 12,(K.
. 1, IV. NKW YORK.
Nkw Vork, Niv. 7. 1:30 a. m.-Tam-many
has elected 1:1 ot 21 Asxemhly m"ti;
Oneida county (Senator Conkiing')
elects a I lemocratUi (senator.
The Senate Is doubtful perhaps a tie.
The Assembly Is 8 to 12 Democratic
The Tribune concedes tho State to the
Democrats by about the same majority h
In 1H75, an t iiddK Tho Senate seems
Kepubliean by i majority while the As
sembly is unuoumemy iciuuenun;.
Ti e HVM est'unutis the Dumoiirati
majority in the Stat'! nt Irom 1S,(HI0 to
. .' ' II.NBKTA.
Chicaoo. November 0. Tim later
Ocean"1 St. Paul special says: I'iiUhury,
Kenublicaii. lor (lovf rnor. Inn gained In
that city over Banning Dcmoenit, and
Indications are that a small vote has been
cast throughout the State with the usual
, Mkmi'his, November 0 Specials to the
Appeal mi Avalanche from various points
in .Norm Mississippi emte mat inn elec
tion was very quiet, and generally a light
voto was polled. With one exception
(Marshall county) tho Democratic ticket
was elected. In Marshall the contest whs
very doer , with the odds in favor ot the
Chicago. November 0. An Omaha
special to the Tribune, says that nothing
whatever Is obtainable concetning 111c
Nebraska State election.
1'iuto Indians hnye a summary and ef
fective way of dealing with their "lair
but frail" cues. "An Indian," says the
Reno JhW," known as Sam lost M8
squaw through the blandishments 01
another red man named Jim. It sccras
that the lair Mary fell a victim to Jim's
tender words, and at his solicitation left
her husband's bed and board and joiucd
the fortunes of Jim. Sam was not one to
quiet'y submit to th's treatment, particu
larly as Mary bad taken some of her
husband's goods when she departed.
Tbe loss ot these added much to the wrai h
ot the victimized Sam, who !sed such a
commotion among the fiut) braves
about it that they determined t o bneh the
trail Mary, and by her cxamplo the rest
of tho female portion ol the trlbo, a les
son. Jim tried to screen her Irom llic
gatheilug storm by hiding her, but
they soon found her, and about fllty
ot tbe tribe, Including Jim und several
Bepaws, escorted her to the hills just
back ol Washoe Luke whcie, sale
from Caucasian intrusion, they
made a huge pile ol sage brush, and, at"
ter tying her tl-mly In the middle of it,
set it on tire. Then they commenced a
war dance around the scene of cremation
in which all joined except Jim Sam be
ing very fierce In his leaps and yells. The
screams of Ma.y added to the zeal of the
dance." The sequel, however, rend
very much like the ways ot civilied at
clety. "Jim meantime sat quietly by,
and seemed an indifferent spectator ol
what was going on, and when tho fire
was out and the ashes gathert I tip, be
went his way to new conquest, anil Sniu
expressed himself satisfied."
A SCIIKMK TO BUY l l SOUTH KKN
AND WESTERN STATU DKIU S.
Bpcclal to lbs C'liir ioTiiliuue.
Nkw Yokk, Oct. 28. The formation is
aanounced of a new syndicate to buy up
tho dclaul'cj bonds of the Southern, and,
It Is said, of some of the Western States,
and then to sue for their valuo. Kx-St ere
tary McOulloch, Drexcl, Morgan A Co.;
L. Yon HolTman & Co., the First Nation
al Bank. Whslow, Lanier & Co., and
John J. McKlnnon p-c Interested In
the scheme, which lias been submltt-jd
already to Jujah 1', Benjamin, ' "ol
London, and other foreign bankers.
The firms say frankly that thu ob-
ject of the syudieatj Is not philanthropic
but to make money. A large onionut, 0f
me rrpuuiaieu oonus are Held by the
gentlemen named. The syndicate nrc
poses to interest itself In stati bonds fj
the amount of about $200,000,0 0, and in
county, city and town deb's somo 1300,
0C),tJ0more. ui'ls must be passed in
the several stata legislatures, when work
the United Sta n has been lormed to sc.
-m iSr '''K1818110"; ' yndlcat9
inL.0ffl'r. '."o ,un'1 fll1 bond benr
Ing Infjrest s it 8 and 10 per cent, at 4 and
5 per cent The bills to retire pay.nr " t
of Interest will compel statu, count
and cbte, to keen their SlZ'S
will be presented In FloruJa, AlabauiH
Catolina, MlMlsslppijexasond Virginia
S.J.. ' y "s iiiiriiiwweiJHi
Provisions are -also made to cover any
difficulty urHing in lax colli eti.' An
Httenipt four yean ago to cetiiblWi n
imllur symllcate laiied lor want "i t.ip
Hal. The governois ol kuiiic of Hie
States expires tin in-elvcs in lavor ol' the
pluii, which is considered (erlaiii lo be
carried out. . ..
I'yi KSTRlAN STATI '10 (!' '.
siirlngfii'M Ijm ) lU til'li' .in.
M. II. Mosniun, ot the Ames eimipnny,
Chieopee, hui just liiii-lied a study iinxlcl
three h.-et high ot the 10,000 equestrian
slut ue ot Gen. U. K. Leo, w hich is to be
erected at Richmond, Va , ai tl will be
exhibited there by the :utit the first ten
days In November. The statim lt'if is
of bronze, and thu pedestal and teps ol
granite colored wood to represent stone,
instead of thu usual wax or plaster mod
el. From a series of steps whoso grand
site Is 25 by IS feet, rises a platform hold
Ing tho pedcttal proper, ,'tn oblong
square with seiul-clrciilar project
tioiis oil the hliortcr siiles. The
base rises in this form without other or
naments than moldings cut in the granite
to tho bottom of the die. Tho straight
part ot the die's sides are a nine loot
square granite block paneled for bronze
rciictii. The circular parts are lluteu
coin inn sections cut longitudinally. A
band around the columnar parts, between
base and cornice, is covered willi armor
and insignia ot the. middle ages. Above
this tile is a cornice with u running Grec
ian ornament in bronze, benldes granite
moldhiga, anil I ho whole pedestal Is se
cured by a 13 by fij feet stone, noout
which and losr, beneatn the statue is an
honor chaplet in a continuous gurland of
laurel leaves. One of the panels of the
die shows a mausoleum with a medal
lion portrait on its face ot Lee,
which a woman figure reprcscntni; the
country embraces i i expressing griel at
the loss ot her son. while Virginia hrinus
a wreath immortelles in deference to his
virtues. Tlie state coat of arms, with a
shield embellished with Lee's titles is In
reliel on tlie hack of the die. Above the
22 high pedestal is the HI feet equestrian
statue of ien. l.ee. The hnrre Is of high
blood and spirit, and, while showing
considerable action, has none of the
si i nl lied theatricnl elleet sometimes seen
in such works. The rider represents
(it-n. l.ee In his uniform, field lass in
hand, and the expression of both horse
and rider is ot expectation, ns though
anxiously awaiting the result of some
order upon which the fate ol a ba't.'e
Mr. Charles Schoenmeyer has received
a large lot of the celebrated obden elder,
(aplel weln) which Is beyond all question
the best and purest elder ever sold in lliis
city. Families desiring it can procure
this elder In quantities to suit, by the
pint, quart or gallon, or in lanrer quanti
fies. I'ersons desiring elder by the bar
rel can have their orders li lied by notifying
Mr. Schoenmeyer at his saloon at the
corner of Tenth street and Washington
avenue. Mr. Schoenmeyer has nho just
received a consignment of the celebrated
California liiesling wine, which is
tqual to any Ifhinu wine. This
wine is manufactured from the
celebrated German grape, and has no
superior in the country. And further, he
keeps Mocrleins1 beer, the best made,
and a lull line of choice liquors and ci
gars. Call nnd see Charlie. He is al
ways glad to see his friend-, and will he
found ready to serve them. A free lunch
spread every morning at ten o'clock, tf
Is so common in the country as scarcely
to need conimcut. The causes which
produce it are Hitch as cold, irregular
living, overexertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
&c. In large cities where edge tools
and agricultural Implements arc manu
lactured, the grinder protects his lungs
from the injurious clients of the dust
flying oil the grindstone by weiring a
respirator, The coal miner cro i : t'c
scends the shaft provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard agdnst ll-o-lamp.
Now It is equally necessary lo: thoso
who arc brought in contact with any ol
tho causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against It, the home stomach bitters.
Wood Working: Hnrhlucry For ftnle
One Plainer and Matcher, ono Heading
plainer, one Surfacer and one (Jigsaw
machine, for which I will take lumber in
payment. For terms apply to
24-lra JiUKS Bum., I'ilin, Ills.
WII'M.KSAU: AM) ItKTAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Qooda Bold Verj Close,
Corner 10th ttrtet and CommeicI Ave.
C. O. PATJEll & CO.
V. Roisser & Sea,
Aunltjiirru mi. )kaUri in
Now & Second-Hand Furniture,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Corner 8th end Commoro'l Ave.
THE EYLT, EAR and THROAT
Suoceasfnlly Treated wKh
SATO'S RADICAL CURE,
CrceFfS lo tffl f writ, mvl iwmm :i ttm
l tiiimont nf imnnliiil AUm'tlnna, nfl'T m
rumtlvn prnpcriirH In tl vmr,i wi). mrn
AKfonnV I(adki m 'rwt fur t;m urrfi ni,o, mirti
rropKHlMi Tim I'Vl'lrii'o, In lho nhnpn of mnll
fit tfUflftllmnnlalP from fli' mf,HrritNpactnllnH'r,Lli
In All itAtlnns rf IMi. niii'l hn ronrliiHtvn i,n Inla
poln. NTfr,Wfi Iwlli vi'.lii tlwlillory irfi'iiliir
inrillrlnn hiw "m il Viilm l'l" tillmoiiy licen of
fptflil, frocly olTi'ri'il, la fnvorpf nyii'mily thun
lliat In thu pnmPMilon l Mm pminlctorii or Sun
ronnnii'Ai,(.i i:r. Ami vtiuablcuHltU.lt diion
nil rcprf mnt Kthoiiii'itl pmtoftln, rroommcnit
(illoin wliloU nro to-dny M!ori"l bv friend to frlCDilt
In Itifavur. 1'onplK or wonllli or ilioilnrnwnllnnil
farinoffhn rnnntry ihllvnilmlllnrlwlt!roTrr
linvraolhodof cmo kimwii lo llm rrutilnr nipillnnl
rrofiTrtlun, but rlniu urn publicity Inclilcntril lo n
pnMlilieil ilali'tiii'iit. Hi m i, lha t'tlm'inlHli In
our ro"f."'loii r(,,,rfr, m lmt a imall part of
lliosn wlilitutl'l fi.r Hi" rn-nn imntlnnnl. Thu
fiillonlna Imiiolirllnl irMlinniiliil I'mm MfNny
Vkma Km., of Hf, 1 iio 0. Kxpns. W
nn outfpuiitu lUilauvui'.i.tvl'nhkU wooioj iltly
Vir. Wcfkh ft roTTHtt. WhnlnMo TlrnwIfM,
llmttnn, Miihm U nilihu huvn lor homo inuiuliii
f"lt It it duly tlmt I on" 1 ("Uli'rlrur Immanlly tu
vrlte voti.ttmiinf tliornnt litmiittlmt I havn ri.
iWimI Irom the nun if riroiii,' Ivmuiui. trim
IH CuTAimii, Viirniornllinirlyr'Hni 1 Intro Itovn
(llllcti'd with tliU . rv triiuliliwiiio rniiiplulnL I
bavo trlnil nil Iho iviiii"iii'i Una I roulil Ilml. hut
without Hiatorhtl or piMiminmit b.'iiiillt. Lrutfull
Ilia illncAHo hail nrrh oil ui. thut et ita Hint I inuit
liavo rcllofor illn, Hini'iiMrn iupiiiI rations fyttura
lid liccoiiieno liidtin.nl.nii'l tluiFtrouuchiioillBor
tiuroil, thut It vim n ilouiitfiil ni'ittiT whether I
eould (to totliol'ncinnrontt.orHl illil Rowbpther
Itliould lire tocumnluickor not. Iaiiwunailvitr
lliemmt of Uiliincdlclui!. ami nlihnuiili lclu a very
InpredulonB itbout itcliUo or li -"liuiul of my
kind, yot In ulicpr iV-iicmM. n I trt. a tbl, ud a
t once bcnulltcd In- It. The chuiw-a of cllinati1.
It chronic dlwaaorif tliollvrr.ninl inynijo over 10
may provont my cutlio rcalui iitlnn.biit the benu
St I uerlva from ltail:illyuolnt.nio inralwMr,
pnd I am hoping to be romplctciy cured, tud tit
lust arrive at a ruaiK-ctuhluulU nic.
If tlilantnli!tni'ht c l'inycn,DCn haofurtyaiTrlrn
to thOHo AlllUrtL'il us I lutvit heen, nnil umtlilo you til
brltitftlila renteily Into moroireitfrul mo, ipcclully
on thu l'Acltht crniMt (whcni It In much iiotiludl, in
object In wltliiK this notu will hi obtntucil. &
Vcrv truly vouri. liiCS'ltV WIXLd,
Krh parksi-o rnntilin Dr. Fnnfonr Imnrovpl
IiiballiiK Tul'i'. mill full dlrfctti'im fur uw: In nil
ranr, 1'rli p Vnt iwlo by All Wholuaulo and
Hatinand (atiBdaa. WtiKKB l'O TTKlt-ticucrul
MWIM UUU Wivnum JMUKKIBIB, 130HV0II. Ml
'J'hla li to ccrtii tlmt I bavo bwn tinlnif your
"utMii1 i if'i I'l.tKTKki, fur hi.lareii.i'Lt of
t'.u l-i :tdi i. ! I ', ,ji.rli.ii u tlio htotuath, and
limy lutva itivi n run iui.ru rullef tluiu any othtr
rtunoilyl huvuivor tiwu. 1 would lilvhly rucom
nwmi tin'm to ml eufl.ru; fruiu lt-o clfccu of pmu
. J. W. HEMS.
riCKSETsn, Ua, .Tunc a. 1ST.
llATtRfrCPraolon to rue n rrmeilj- f.ir Q rtrytrrfri
f oln In my alilu Itriud oiu-uf vmr 1'hu.i.hii' Vm
io li.nTuH,ii.l In iwiMt-liiiirhoiirb Hit) naiit
vaicatucly rtuio.Lit. .1. H SAMMls,
A-t Cntflpr I irtt Nut. bi.Ir
IVrxWA, Vis-v, Juiu: ID. l;v.
Coltim," Vultttl.: l'lRFtori glv (he bpst Patlefnr
Hon hero ( ituvlhlliK tint hm heeu tl'leil fur
l,amciiea ami Vv uukut.4 vi the I'm k l'lrn... .u j
U;ir rlirht away. JAMliS l.tYl:.
J;uvj(i', lu., Juno l Kr.
rrl, y.1 Cents.
lla iarcfi.1 In obtain (.'ru.i.ina' Voltaic I'laa
Tan, a euuil'liiaUmi "I KU'ttile and Vultulc platrF,
Villi h highly Mi'illcaieil I'mctei', an m en In tin)
hovu cut. hold by ull Wlinlvvah! and Ketall Urn
tVlStn thronitlinut tbn rnllxIStatea and C'anailan,
.nil by Wttks 4 l'Olltli, J'tupiictori, liustou,
o. d Williamson"
Anil liculiT in
Re. IS OHIO LV.
PE(..YLU'tUi)t AjiTm t!Dllil t! Ill At 1
80 OHIO LEVEE, Cairo, Ills.
Can Bo Beautiful
ly Dyed or Re
paired at a Trif-
Clothes, ling ExpcnBe
kirn1 and Cents', c o. d.
Old flats Made New.
Ao. .10, Illulifl! SI roe.."
73 OHIO LEVEE.
1 iJ N'iloHill,nUntiillnK,ii'.siiilr.
Tl a OM. m Fuil,iiiieii AtMii y in Suuilinn
Illliinia, mill l i-f re i-iii IrJB ovr
185 OOO 000
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Whole, nn'1 lU'tuil Dealers III
Foreign and Domestic
Wm.ft OF A IX KIIW.
No. 60 Ohio Lovoc.
Af fcssns, pMVTH A CO., Imv fnimtantly t
iL laritf Hoi k ot tho lwt B' (idl In tlie ir ar-
Ml brun.li of till liiulnMN,
A AOI.D riiATMO W AT:H KM. ChAn.
? Ik.1 I" Hie k tiuwii arid. H'ud A fra la
HI KAN IHIAlff.
Evansvlllo, Cairo and Mcmphli
Stoain Packet Co.,
rnduoah, Sbawneetown, Kvan
ville, Louisville, Cincinnati
I'! all way landings.
Tin' tlivulit nbl wIiitI Kti .'tliii'i
' ARKANSAS BELIE,
A'Aj.TKIt II. I'rtlNIWKTON..... MllCIrl
Jiianlkh l'KMNiNuros Clvrk
I Will Itavi- t ulro every WKDNKHDAT t
n'clm k ti. m, -
- - - -
Tin' llii't alcttiner
IlKN MilWARO ''. :. Miuter
Ku. Tiioua ii.Tk
l.,:iTel.alro evt-rv KATIIlttt
t W M
EacIi boat nwkenclnsr ronnoftlona tt t'lro
with flrt-ctans HU'Aiiicr for Mt. J.oula, M-m-iihiBADil
New Drk-uhH, ami at Kvanavlllf wltb
tbe K. A C. It. It. tor all Hiliila North and Kat,
and with tbe 1mUvllle Mull Hteamera tou
UointHonUie L'mx'r Ohio, KlviuK tb rough re
eelnta on freiKLU anil iiaaecnKera to all ioloU
for iirthw information awily to
.IVVIKS lllciii'l, I'aaaenRer Avent.
Or to ll. J. OKAMaIER,
duperlnwndent ami General Krelrht Agent,
,i-:i.wi.It. tcvanavlllf In. liana.
Tlio Stoiim Kerrybout
Will ho Tun Ffliilliirlv lAkVlnv riraAn.
' lieM'8 landing at 7:4.'i. y and 12 o'clock n.ui.;
a lio and i-:.V) o'clork p.m. during each
(In Mnnil.iv alio will laovA Ilia lAn.llnw at
8 ami 10 oclock a. in. asij ntlZ.iu., anl at
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 188
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIBO
A. Ii, HAFrORI). Preoiilent.
. S. TA Y 1.0 It, Vice Pwldent.
W. Ui XliOl'. Sai'y ami Treaaurer.
I.W. lUltCLAT, C'BaJ. GALIf.HAn,
r . M. STOCHrLETil, HaclO. Hcdim,
II. II (.'rN.-fLNUIUM. II. L. IALL1KV,
J. ki. I'irri.LiF.
I NTEHEST paid on iltnoclts at tbe rate ol nil
L (irr ft lit . per annum, March lut anil Suptetn
"r Int. lulen'Ht not withdrawn ia Added iimne
liately to the (irlncipal of the iloiioulU, luenbf
ft'iui )ii and Children may
posit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Oncn everr huaineaidav rrnmiki m. to n n
ai Saturday eveninge for lavinife liepoelta only
roin 6 to e o'clw.k.
W. HTfltOP. Trea.urer.
City National Bank
W. p, ITALLIDAY, Fresident.
JIKNUY L. HALLIOAY, VUxPrest.
A. II.HKKOKO, Caehler.
WAI TKtt HYSLOP. Aia't Cashier.
. STAATH TATLOII. It IT. ( l MHIH..liiu
II. h. llALLlDAf, W. I'. iraLLUAV.
. L). WlLLIAMHON, BtBI'HIN HlKD,
A. B, SAITt llD.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
KI'OITS received and a general lankini
r' Iloia, Presldert. H. WelH, Caahlcr.
1'. Xeff, Vice Trta't. T. J. KortU, Aet. L'asli'r
m)) im mi
CjrnerOonnnerolal Are. And 8th Street
i'. Uro'-', Cairo. Win KIukc, Cairo.
I'. Nrff, I'alro. Win Wolle, ( ulio.
A. Uiifauku, Cairo. H. I.. rJllllnmly, 8t l.ouit
K. Itiuler, Cairo. II. VIH, Cairo.
V. H, Rrinkman, St, Unit,
J. Y.CIeiimon, Caledonia.
A Ucnrrnl Bnnklnc Bnilncil lon
tExchAnifcioldandlouKht. Intereit paid
B tne Sav nirs Uepartment. Colleetioni made,
nil all bujineaa nromutlr attended to.
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Between Washingtoa and Com
mercial Avennes, adjoining
NO CURE-NO FEE!;
LAIiIKA ami .iiiUii,.ii w.h iA.i'.kaZ.CuIiii.'.r
l.r OiJ, imiiI Irrtilw oil nl, lar.am.Uun tv nam. Car
7b,.t MM. klnna Dune Rltea
mi. Miioalar III. Oat fur el tiauw
Murum ii)i Wuuva, ciut.., li
Nebraska Citv Ho. 2
l'l.At rrql,Ma mnlmml Mlk homt anil beat, ll
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, - Ohio Levee,
. (J, A.t" " ' ''".- t v..-
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR, -.
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street.
The Best Extract of Buchu
Sold By - -----
BARCLAY BROS, - - CAIRO.
The Best Sarsparilla and Blood Purifier
To Be Had at
Barclays' Drug Store.
Agency for Dr. Jayne's Medicines
Barclays' Drug Store.
For Holman'o Aguo Fad
BARCLAYS' DRUG STOF.E. - -
Chills and Povor MocUoinoo
At Barclays' Driig 'Stort.
THE BEST PLACE TO
Snoo Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Pollah
California Wine, Port and Angelica,
For Medicinal use,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. i
If you want Boschee's German'syrup,
One or One Hundred Bottles,-
GO TO BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Extracts of Lemon and Vanilla,
Cream Tartar, Soda, Etc.. x
Shoe Blacking, Stove
jxi. X) axv viA x
Paint Brushes,Varnish Brushes.
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Coarse and Fine Combs. andHair Brushes
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE
White Lead, White ZincLinseeordil
Turpentine and AU Colors
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
McLean's Cordial, McLean's Pills, " '
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
French, English and American Perfumery
Wax Flower and Artists'
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Nutmegs, Spices, and Pepper
JJIARCJ DRUG STORE.
All Kinds of Almanacs
Bottles, Vials, Corks, Sealing Wax
Shoulder Braces for. Ladies and Gentlemen""
The Best Trusses, All Styles, " .
Quinine, Smith's Tonic,
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,' " "
Cough Medicines of All
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
:;;;;; : AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STOrit.
Feather Dusters and Counter Briishes i "
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
At Barclays' Drug Sioro
BUY AUGUST ? FLOWER
DRUd I TORE.
Blacking, " .
J Mucilage, Ink, Etc..
o liAUG STORE.
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. ,
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Free to All"
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
and Corks for nuttint? UT KTllI
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE,
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
and all Ague Medicines
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE, i
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE