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BY JOHN H. OBERLY &
(From thn Addren of Democratic Congri-iumen.
L.cl there be nodlttsenilonv nhont initio
mutters 5 no time lnit in illiciinlon
of dead erent ; 110 manifestation of
aarron or proacrlpthe feelintn no
naerlflce of the cnnnr to gratify er
xonnl ambition or rrHrntnifnt.
FOR CONOHKS KTATK-AT-LAUUK,
UKti. WILLIAM II, AWimilNO.
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THE FUTUItE'o'F XAJ'ULEnX.
The argument in nipjxirt of the jin
pect of the Kuieror eel ti by the
Saturday Rttlnc is jilaiuilile, but it
n-sjiiik tou to le .pccinii. ItMfoiunlctl
upon two ideas", viz: ttiut there i
no one person of any faction in Prance
who in Htrong enough to content the
iknuu with jouw Naolvoii. and thui the
raptivity of the latter it to he regarded,
at matter Mand, incite light of a pori
tive advantajrel The Saturday Itrrt't tc
dot uot attach much credit tiie
dauia'in tetideney of XapolconV
ycaw aud iiifirmitk'. It dt-cribiv
him as eleven yean younger than King
William, eight .yearn younger than Hen.
Von' jA(6itko, and about of an ago
with iiazuiiiu, MoMahon and Caurobert,
and it illiwtutei the idea by referring to
rSladstonc and D'lxrae.li. both itctive
public tnon, who aro hii iuiiiir.". "'It
"may be true," it add,, "a Mr. TH
I'racli taught in hi earlier novele, that
'young men choulil rule the world; but
'in iliodcrn times, miles they aro bom
"to tho purple, they are generally oven
"pied in xlowlv finding their way to the
front'' ' :'
As IQ tho eiFutt of. NapoleouV blun
der, the Saturday Jtcvitw thinkn it will
bo wniall by the tlmo Uio; war !p over,
ob.Hirviug that a throuu held ou coudi.
tiou of never committing an error would
rest on a curious tenure. "The loudent
"assailants of the cuipiro," the Saturday
llcvirw goeu on to say, "ha vc given no
proof of their own fituex.t to occupy 'he
vacant i-eat of power. Ah M. About
justly observe, their dUjiciiHions whil
tho Crown Prince advanee.s ou Paris re
call tho liistory of Byzantium rather
than of Iho Homan Commonwealth. If
tho leaii of, iiw iwperialyesiel are after
all repaired,, it will noon tswarm again
with fhtjtcrcr od cpurticni-" (Jnlcss
the eVar'actcr'of Napoleon TTI,ha sud
dently changed, he must be meditating
tho recorery of his power. Whatever
may be his .dejects as a itatcsman,, ho
may compare with, any living French
man in political ability; nud his bit
tereit enemiea would be tho last to din
pute his cagavity fr intrigue. It may
not improbably have occurred ' to
him, in the midst of disap
poiutmeut and mortification, that iu tho
thickest of disaster ho may pcrhapu not
be personally a loser by tho events htch
bare relieved him of all icsponVibility
fur defeat. .Mc.Mahon or Haraiiie, if
they Mtceced in reversing the fortune of
tlie campaign, may, pernaji-, o muniu
to imperial dynasty, and if they fail,
they will themselves be the first suffer
ers, l.ieneral Trocliu, who is probably
the most dangerous adversary of the
empire. i for the moment burdened
with tho difficult tusk of defending
I'nris. mid he has still his reputation to
make n a commander in the field! The
it. . t t
ucciainiers wno would turn tnc legisia
five body into a convention, aud theii
own faction into a committee of public
ivifoty, are doing their utmot to creatj
a reaction in favor of the Kmporor.
.So the SnhiritiK llivlrw conclude as
Only four moiitlu huvu Mined !ncc
even mm a linir miiiiom or i- rt:tictjuuin
L'avo their votes tothe Ktnnoror Nanoleon.
nnd, notliwithstaridintr this clamor of Pa'fH.
It l entirely unknown whether tho opin
ion of the majority ha lcn changed by
rucvtil iivoriU. it may u tlist too pew
antrv. Iiavlni' voted. u thev tlioucht, for
the inuintciiiiiicc of ticace. may resent tho
outbreak of wnr; hut It U not b'olutoly
certain that they will Httribulc their sutfer
Inp to their former idol. If I'urli nhotild
unfortunatrlv be forced to turrendcr, tho
commanding General will probably Incur
thbolloouy which fell unon Marrnont: and
thu rural population will not hodiiinctined
to eoiidcmn tho fuctloui rhetoricians of th
L'tilativo body. Attempt will certainly
be rnadu to persuade the peoplo that the
triumph of the foreigner wai connected
witu the ueicrtiou or tiiu tmpcror in mr
utmoit need, and bolder uemand on
their credulity have not always leen rc-Ji-cttil.
l'ariiian Juurnaliiti who aro not
aihuuied to complain that the Ktnperor re
quires an eicort or that he sometime em
ploy a special train are obliged to con ft h
that thu leolinij which they itlgmatlco as
thu Napoleonic) legend itill provaili in
C'harntiacne. The LmUl murder of n
country entlemftn bf a rabble of peasant
1. l .-.t.l-V.t. I... .
netny of tho Emperor. There li no doubt
ihfcinuuiuu uj fcusir ouiioi turn no hii nil
that the throns eV Natwileon III Is ex
poiod to danger ; but If at the cioio of tho
war tho army itandi bv him he will prob
ably bo ablo to manipulate a fourth ple
biscite with hi former adroitness and sue-
cci. No rival claimant of tho crown ha
any hold on popular opinion, nor ha any
firoof len riven that the country at large
ist mod I ft M It disllko of a republic.
LOU. IX Oll.XTIXU.
( Icii. Logan spoke his piece at Free
port ou the Hith itipt., fought over all
the battle of the late war, denounced
the rebellion, told four Irinh stories and
wounded up with a gi.unl Torallon on
the liberty tree.
The .-peech of it'll. Logan is the name
eech, with light variation-, that Mr.
.Munn i- making in thii district the
same .':( li all the other rag-tag and
bob-tail Hadical orator.- are making in
It i-full of sound and fury signify
ing nothing and can only be replied to
in the spirit in which it is madu.
What i- the ue to argue with men who
reply to a charge of corruption by
asserting that it N a base slander to say
that the Republican party is corrupt,
bccausi' it put down tho greatest rebel
lion the world ever saw? Ts it not fol
ly to endeavor to convince a Republi
can that his party has imposed upon the
ountry opprcs-ivc internal taxes and an
outrageous tjirrifT, when you know he t
will reply that the Southern traitors re-1 The Chief-Iti-lice, Lawrence, sits in
belled without jtM cause, and that, if I the center . on his right, .fudge Walk-ju-tice
had been duue,.Ietr. Davis would 1 next, .liultro McAlister; ami then
have boon hung as high as Hainan 'mi Judia.' Thornton. On the loft of the
a sour apple tree?" Why endeavor to Cliief-.lit-tieo. U Judge Rreiw! our
prove to n Kiulical tliat lus party is ex-
. l 1 1 . .... '
travaguni wnen you kiiow ne win en
deavorto knock over your facts, figures
and arguments by proclaiming Vidian
dighama traitor, and the late war the
greatest crime of tho ago? To talk
againf the wind a grand old hurri
cane would be wier.
And yet thco chip-trap fellows
demagogues of the first water find
men, otherwise, sensible men, who listen
to their worn out war platitudes and lie
come enthusiastic while the orators, iu
hifalutiu language, roll back the crimson
tide of war. Hut, wo are glad to say, this
kind of bombast is losing much of its
force, The jieoplo are cooling down,
and seem inclined to listen to reason.
After awhile they will become thor
oughly awakcucd to the necessity for n
change in tho administration of affairs,
and then tho Logan-kiml of orators will
b laid aside as worn out material unfit
for present use.
TIIE GERMANS AND THE XE
Senator Schura'H paper says the true
distinction between tho Brown and
McClurg the Liberal and and Radical
wiugs of tho Republican party of
Missouri is, that tbo Germans support
Mr. Ilrown and tho negroes Mr. Mc
Clurg. Thus the issue is being madu up, Tho
negroes, without intelligence, can bo
led by desiguipg poljjpl leadersj and
Unitedly stand fast by the most Radical
doctrines the doctrines of eternal hate
and revolution ; but ' the (Jerinans, in
i ....!.: n.:..t r. .
Helves and cannot any longer be dicta
ted to by the demagogues who have had
for too long a time too much influence
with them, and they are cutting loose
from their Radical associations aud
coming over to toe truly liberal
partvof tho country. In this fact wc
sec great cause for congratulation, and
believe that in the independence and
intelligence of thu foreign clement iu
A merica we shall have an impregnable
fortress against the dangers of negro
ignorance, superstition and prejudice,
UJUXT IX THE MISSOURI It. I DI
VA L MUSS.
The fight between the the two wings
of tho Republican party, in Missouri, is
becomin g interesting.
The i'resident has entered into it,
and has hit the Hrowu wing a stagger
ing blow between the eyes. In a let
ter, iiddrcs-ed to Col. C. W. Ford,
Tniied States Internal Revenue Col
lectorofthe St. Louis district, I'rcident
I reeard thu movement Leaded by
(.'a r I Schorr., Ilrown, etc., a similar to tho
Tenncssco and Virginia movement, In
tended to curry a portion of the Republican
party over to thu Democracy, and thus
give them control.
" hop' you vM o'f tee your
vay ttftr to jvr the JlEUULAIt TIL
Ami now we may couhdcntly ex-
jiect a lively time. Hie mown men
will flash out into furious anger, while
the .McClurg party will Ihj exceedingly
happy. They horeaftcr will be the dis
pensers of official pap in Missouri.
We can oiilysec one path along which
the Drown party can safely walk, and
that path leads into the Democratic
HE JIAS ACUEl'TED.
(Sen. Anderson has accepted the
Democratic nomination for Congress-
mau-at-Large, and will enter upon the
canvass an soon as he can arrange busi
ness utxiti the farm.
We hope that Geti. Logan uiay find
i ntiventeiil li niwt with lien nir
hiii in joint discusssioii before the eo
ple. We are sure the meetings would
n-ult iu positive good, and would con
vince all the admirers of the doughty
Radical candidate that he is made of
weaker stufT than they believe, ficu.
Anderson is the man to handle him.
We know that the Radical champion ij
uot n weak man, aud we understand that
by a policy of bolducss, audacity and
blackguardism he has been enabled to
crush weak opposition, but wc are no
judge of human nature if in Gen. An
derson he does not find a foeuiati worthy
of his steel an opponent who will
drive him back iu defeat.
TIIE ILLIXOIS .Sl'I'IlEME COURT.
The Supreme Court of Illinois, as
coutrueted under tho new Constitution,
i now in session at Ottawa.
nric-e; next .lunge ."nut, nun men
I. CI.. .1.1 1.!.!. .1... I....!...
Itnlgo Sheldon, who i tho junior nn'in
her of the court.
A correspondent of the Chicago
Tina gives tho birth places of the
.fudge a follows : .fudge Scott is a
native of Illinois; Chiof.Jttitico Law
reiicc is from Vermont ; Sheldon from
Massachusetts , Rrce.-e and MuAlistcr
from New York, and Walkerand Thorn
ton from Kentucky.
DE.i TJl OFM'STIX IlltOOh'S.
Hon, Austin Rrwks, for many years
and at tho time of his death editor of
the Quitiey llirnhl, died at his resi
dence in Quiucy, on the 20th instant,
after a short but painful illness.
Mr. Rrooks was an elezaut writer and
forcible editor, and, foi many years,
has acted a leading part in the politics
of Illinois. He had a host of friends,
who will deeply regret his untimely
rmitira. Wendell Phillips is a can
didate for Govorncr of Massachusetts,
having boon nominated by both the prohi
bitionists and the working men. It is said
that he will get the vote of a groat inany
from each political party who harono sym
pathy with his views, but aro willing to
try him. Tho antagonism between his two
classes of pronounced supporters la amusing
None of the labor reform people bollevo in
Radical prohibition; very few of the prohlb.
itory people believe in roduclng tho hours
of work bylaw, In lafrlilating against any.
class of.emlgrants, or In the financial, ideal
of the Worcester platform.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SEPTEMBER 22,
I The Ciioes. A Washington dispatch
I dated Sept. 17, lays that the drought hu
- 1 80 iou,ly Injured the KasUrn and Mid-
dlo States, that tho crops aro almost ruined.
T It a ...... Uk Vfialand inI I:ifi
tral New York is dried up. This will be
almost certain to influence tho price of
dairy products, and give a fresh Impulse to
the crowlm: business in that line. In the
Western States, turnips and cabbages aro
uIo nearly destroyed, and tho late potato
crop will not return a quarter of the usual
yield. Wheat will havo to supply tho de
ficiency in tho customary production of
food In the Kat.
Possess kh. Tho Chicago l'ott says that
"both wings of tho Itepudllcan party of
"Miour! nru possessed by the devil of
"suicide. They seem to think that the
"Kepubllean party of Missouri has lived
"long enough." And to It haj too long.
The infernal thing is rotten and ought to
bo buried n mllo undor tho sod.
A FAtLUUE. Tho Chicago Timtt asserts
thut Mr. Newton Ilatcman, present Stato
Superintendent of Public Instruction, and
Kadkal candldato for ro-clcction, hu
proven n signal failure. Under his ad
ministration the cost of tho public schools
haJgrcntly increased whilo their usefulness
ajrThc.name of tho Minister to Eng
land In place of Motley, removed, will bo
made known a loon as thu President can
got a momentVlcisure from junketing to
and select from tho three or four thousand
applicants for tho position.
fcaTFarniworth ha secured his nomin
ation in the Second District of this State.
He is the man who proved Iliitler to be no
better than n thief, and who b'y Ilutler was
proven to be no better than a thief.
irThc Illinois Radical oflko-holderi at
Wohington 'liavo- organized tliame1rci
Into a Republican Association.
Pulnam'i Monthly lias again yielded
up tho ghost. Wo shall never seo its "pea
green cover again.
fcT.1. II. Kelley has been elected
United States Senator from Oregon.
THE SOLDIERS VS. LOQAN.
What Kadlral Filter 8a;n About
John's Love far the Boya
HK IB AEXei'SCKI At THK PHllCJtD
Of t'KNMIO! AK.T AtlU
TUB ANHAamW OP
iKmiii i1i Chicago Timet, .lept. soth.)
Thern l a Journal In this city called Tht
KotJltr' I'rirnd, Its editor has alway
been, and yet Is a llepuhllcan. Still, hi
loveor tho iMldl-r Is stronger than parti
tatuhlp; and hu thu refer to Logau:
"V deeply regret that Gen. Logan has
accepted h rc-nomlnation for Congress,
nnd that he was so foolish a to declare
that ho was also a cundldatu for tho l.'ni
Ul .States' Senate. Gen. Logan having
altered during the lmt Congress, cannot
expect the support of the boy in blue,
lie not only turned against the regular
urmy, but alio turned his back on tho
pens'ioners und tho noble boys discharged
furdlicac. Hegaveallhis influence for
the pension agenti, and neglected to report,
end thus killed the Mill to give bounty to
tho poor soldiers diicharged for dUvuH-,
and tho men discharged for promotion,
tat John A. Logan bwcnt back to private
Logan played traitor to his confederal
old ie ri at the beginning of tho wnr: and
ho now plays traitor to the federal soldiers
at the end of tho wnr.
Tho Mine journal from which thu above
Is tiikvii. fuiVier suys .
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v ii. h pviiiii-miii in int'iri mr ihuh,
ami tell u wh v Uignn pocketed and thu
defeated tho bill toglvobountv to thu men
discharged for dlin-aie'J Whv Julian
tiocketed and dufuatcd thu hill to U'ivo i
linunty Iitnd to every oldicr'.' Why I
Ixiati Docketed mid defeated tho bill to
give rcimdni'ng in.tullments of bounty to
men promoted '' Why thu Standi rcfuti'd
In recngnlr.e tho right of lln poor aoldler
of 1815 to pension'' Why the Henato dc
fuittud the bill autliorixing'thu accounting
otliccrs to pay the bounty which tho
supreme court divlarcd to ba duu ? Why
thu Senatu rcfucl to eijunlir.) the bounties
of soldiers? and why Congress rcfuic-1 to
recogniiui tho light of colored soldiers to
the boon tv withliuld from them on Hcconnt
of their haying been borno on the rolls a I 77.71, -slavci?"
if CI III. EX,
Tlieo Question, from the recognized or-1 Va
caiiof'aoldlcr In the north-west, aro lg-
niliennt, as showing that the "men In
bluo" aro no longer to be humbugged by
tho professions of radicalism, and dema
gogues liko Logan, who assert that thoy
have a special claim uum tho ci-soldier.
Logan U a corrupt scallawag. Hn was 11
cotton agent in Congress, and a supporter
of Johnson until Johnson refused to order
tho pauaeo of a 90,000 cluim. Ha was a
rebel at the beginning af the war, until
bought, by Lincoln. Through tho war ho
was a braggart, whoso performances madu
him the laughing stock of men like Sher
man. Since tbo war, he has proved him
self an impudent charlatan who has had to
depend upon Uohemlans for the speeches
he hai delivered beforo Congress.
ROMANCE ABOUT EUGENIE.
Haw likva aacatae Bssaasl m
Virgin! UaMlcmaa-Th Match Mra.
ks off kr tB)aJtavr'Aa!li'a.
darfHl Ckassga af aatlajr.
ICorrespondtnce of Iho Lrochbur; Ittpuhllcau 1
In 1851 the uncle of tho writer resided
as American Miniiter at Parts, with a
large fatally around him. At this time ap
peared.in aocloly thora JBugenlo Marie de
Guzman, Qountois of Montljo, a lovely
feron'and.ri aristocratic tiama securing
ar brilliant conquests In that society and
constituting borons of the most famous la-
.It-. !.. l.rt. It L'n. tlinm.Vl ..-.I ! 1 . 1 !
Ull'B 111 ina.n. - - aim lllut'CU
freely romarked, that her mother was more
ambitious than herself; that tho former
designed for her some groat alliance
while Xuuenio herself ap
peared a rnodelof slmplo sincerity, a girl
who would choose to consult her heart In
any matrimonial affair. Her sister had
just married tho Duke of Alba and Ber
wick, a lineal decendent of Jamas II,
of Kngland; and the worthy mother,
Donna Maria, no doubt designed at least
an equal matrimonial destiny for tbo more
beautiful of hor daughters. Hut tho heart
is not always to be controlled even In thu
most aristocratic life, or to yield to Ita ex
actions or convenience Kugenle loat hen
to a flno-looking blonde Virginian, young
William 0. Rives, son of tho American
Minister. They wcro engaged to be mar
ried. Hut Aunt Judy ltlves, a Vir-
?inia matron, very occiueu unu ri-gumr
n her scruples Interfered and broko off
her old Virginia views of social sobriety.
The woman for whom future had reserved
in tniinti erarx tho comtxtrati Vel V humble
match that her hiart had doclded upon
to ascend tho throno or Franco. Atai,
what other contrasts may yet remain for
hnrl Iran rnt hd ben oruerou amer-
ntly, if a prospective mother-in-law had
nrnved eomnlacent. the Emnress, the
woman who has ador'ned tho throne of
Franco and dln1av-d to the World the
ehartns of anothar Clconatra. mlehtat this
tlmo htt a nulct countrr matron livirur In a
farm-houso noar Cobbam Depot, County of
Albemarle, and Mat oi Virginia i
aMlca'a Ontloak far a, Balar Bar
(Tram the Chicago Tribune.
Our Lundancorreinondcnt auuresus. as
an acert.iinet fact, that the emperor Na
poleon has enough money Invested in tho
Kncliili funds to vleld him an annual in
come of 100,000. Thii sum, capitalized
at tho English rata of interest, represents
over $3,000,000. Ho nlso estimates that tho
Kmporor has as much invested In our coun
tries. According to this statoment, Na
poleon has not been unmindful of the
future. Ho has been so preparing matter
that, In case of trouble, ho will not b left
In jwverty. upon tho interest or w,
000,000 he can manage to live qulto com
fortably, even If tho" French drive him
from tho throne.
The mcani by which Napoloon has been
enabled to accumulnto this vast fortune
were verr ilmple. J-or twenty-flvo yeara
he hu had his oand in ovv bourse. lie
'could deprcsathe fundi with a frown, sink
ttiom to zero wun a tnreai, anu ronucr
them buoyant aigain with a ttnllo and a
promise That ho has used this power for
his personal profit is not surprising. Ho
has always had his throno upon a mine.
lie has never reit any security savo mai
which the bavonct conferred. Ills renin
has been ono of force throughout; and it
Is but natural that, clothed with the power
to manipulate the funds of all Europe to
suit his own interest, he has done to to
build up this immense fortune for tho fu
ture. BOB tNDBBSNI, 4
FLO XT R
And Agtnta of
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K. C. t!hl.
i:i.' Ohio Lever, CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
.-'ilattriiilin nh ru tn the purehaae and salt of
FLOUR, HAY and CORN
LrcUouuty National Han, Hiiou.lll.; Wm. I'lil,
liuon, III t City .National llank, Cairo, llllnoia;
Malhrwii liolara 4 'o., (.'uininlon Mrrchants,
Ch'cutfo, III,; lul.lwln k Htonr, 0-ji. MrrPhant,
C'lilrao. Imw, Mnrau A C)., Chimico. III.
Hmt-eor to Falii,GrrenACo.
!iii-cir in raii.,urrpu..
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NO. 133 OHIO LEVEE,
J) T. PARKER,
OFFlCKt For tho tueaeai, at K. H. Cuaniuf
haJii'n. Ohio Levee, Cairo, llllpoia.
sr)ut Ueor aalea prompar atttail ta.-a
PAINTS, oils, irrc.
B. V. I'urkf r. B. V Bloke
WHITt IUD. ZINC, OILS
maaow uurr aad Patty.
Hrtiahta, Wall Papr. Wla4aw llh
95 OHIO LEVEL',
Cairo - - - - Illinois
Ckartercd March 31, 1HU.
City National Bank
A. II. HAFKOKI), PrMhlent;
H. f. TAYLOR, Vlee.l'resMent:
W. HYrfLOP, Hretry an'l Tri-nitrrr.
1. W. IIAKfLAY, CITAH. O.U.IfillKIt,
t t or.wiiei tiaiff tisltt i L.iritlf
It. II. Cf.NM.NOUAM, W. I'. 1IALI.IDA V,
J. M. 1'ItIL.Lin.
Depaalli of ar Anteaait Received from
Taa Cassia Upward.
Interest (M on ili-ponltf at the rate of 1 pr crnt.
tr annum Mirth In and Pep. lt
loterettnot withdrawn lait'll ImmHUtfljr to
the princlMlof lheiJolt, thrrrhjr KlTln0,ftn
compound intern t.
IK nrrleal l'mcn aad Children
Mr deposit money o tint
.lOORK BL.NE CAW DRAW IT.
Ohi tfrr bniln.aa dT from 0 a.m.ti 3 n.in.
aod MaturdtT efoniac for HAVIM1 DKIWITS
onlr, from 4 tu to clock,
FIRST MTI0IIU BANK
AMIKt. HVDt CMatdetiti
MKIT W. VILLEB, Vleo-Hrta.t
C. V. HCGHrs, OMklar.
Collections Promptly Made,
Exchange. Cela, Baak Jimtcn
mmm vniicai Mtatc ieciiri
Iitcreat AIkwe4 ea Time Reuoalts.
Cupital - - $100,000
W. P. IIALLIIIAV, Prtaldtali
A. . BArrOHD, Canir
WAhTKH IIVMLUP. Aasltlaal Caaltltr.
NtaaU Taylor W. f. HallUay,
olt Wfcltf, Holt. II. 4'aaalafliaai
J0. I. Mllllaanoa, Mtraara lllrd,
A. U. Karere.
Exelittuice, VqIu uiul
IT. H. Bond Bought
A UKNKaAl. UANKINU Hl'NINKM
MHH. V. M.C.i:E'N
I" the placi- tu ii-l the 111 if and f,ihMliahli
Xaarce Hair Rats
MiMV School Halo tiutl liisl
Made iri-ly forMuiol lot' A l
A full tiH'k i.f
4; IfiMlery. Kallona, Kill Silotra,
."hi krrn no lk Kfrnnnt, .ell-
triotly for Camli
andi-oixrqtii-ntl. ''tn aril nt ri'- lint Mill r
taiil for her c.Uldi.hiiient the lllle nf
TII CIIKAP HTOIli:.
llrrirnoiK ara Iri'.h. .eaioiiahlc and fii.hliiuahlr
Shu will u v yon morn for the miiio aiiiounl of
monry insn any oiiwr imra in o wn, nun 1 nil
until rou call 011 hor iiwHly if yon want mil
llnerr cooda or women', and I'lilldti-n'i line
hor., etc. mvltlf
UiL ESTATE Mfittti
aWVaTMJVsal ByfJ Bl BaaaayaaajsaaBsjajaBf
1 WINHTO lc CO.,
(Baccaaaera to Johu Q. llaruun A Co.,)
74, Sriffcd Floor. OHIO LEVEE, .
Ana raiPAaa wmtbyakcm
. to aw viaaa.,
ONLY DAILY PAPER IN EOTO.
CHARTER OAK STOVES.
Tho iltmimd for Cliarter Oak, Chillcig. i it
hvfnlinHltrStot.t lio grown o rapidly of mi
ttiM whrnot HUH ortfer a promptly an iln
iraMa: but liarlnK n'j swinrnl thn aomtarnM
or another Moto Foundry, we hnll hi'rf.in-r
j-onnne nr aiiv the ntir frci of our own ittili
11'hmrntto the prtiducl on r,f tli ti; Imrn
named and hop? to mi all onli ra witliMit ilrlay.
We would calllho MU'nt.nn of tho,onloutpiir
rnailga, to th mcceu and popularity of all of
theoMoTM. .No ootti-retUenriofthcirintrlnii.!
merit ran be ortcrcd than a uu mi-nt nf thu fact,
that nftiT H voara unand liiu .ni.,... ,.. ....
t;Mi In all kind of loealltlo. and to tl mot
Ihlttprnnd ili-terminH opponltion tlint ooul l U
I Invi ted, thtt thi-y are tu-lay, tho
.Host Popular Stores In tho Market,
arri hare Klveiinuch Mtfsfoctlon that tr. l-nnnd
l nrrntpr than -rpr.
If you want the
REST COOKINU STOVK FOR V00I
thn C'HAItTEIt OAK.
If you want the
IJKST COOKING STOVK FOR CO A I.
.Voutest k Ilcst .Sheet-Iron Parlor Stove
trinad, huy the KVEMN'O STAlt.
...... HOLD IIY ......
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.,
013 . 014 N. Main Niracl,
Nl, Loula, Mo.,
PUaUnss or tss blood,
the hat JfcutthdJ Tonic and Pr
mottr lhalth tur ditcr. trtd. J I is
a irtwntivt and lure aire far Vw
ftfils, Indigittien and all diitaui of
Mi IJVtr ana A untyt,
it a mild and dtligktfu! Inviger'
ant fir dilicaU ftmaltt, and it tht
mat agrttall and fUdiant Ultinf
Tinic vf tht dir.
young Children and Infinity it
It aturtturtfir Wind Celt.; Grifing
J'm'm in theStimatK andlltwtlt, tS-V.
Ilcia L lud at all Drucguta and centra!
rftaltrt, Lf If aUiuiii( tha WLwlcuJa
110 wi, wnn co..
JjaaJ U.S. SuonJSt..
a i. lucis, mo.
JVI.HY FA UN E It
HIS OWN MILLER
We are manufketormu
Vnr liaud or i,OMr IKK. rant'DI III I'Ul'C frflm
12 &o to SI7J ml nnd mcipaoll rom
;i to 20 Bushels Per Hour.
Theau Mills ara ry .tron and drnjihl,
leouirri very III" poxeri" n. ...
will srind either
Oflwk feed, a may K rlcsired, an i will mcr
Save Us Price Everv Vear.
r.ir Mill fully warranted.
Ufa aim makriiuroa let Df Ilono MilU. eal.ac-
itr l'4 to & ton er day, price lloo to J.-oO.
I'evripilTc vircuinr iiiiiti-,ni'u uii ajiqaiiuii
Tha alaiaoml JHIlMauufa lurlag Co.
COKXKK rtKK AMD I'UOST ITRKKTI,
CINVtMWAi; I, .
Ageola wanted In etery towu aaxonntjr.
Junc'j'Ueodaweowly -vlX 1
DEALER IN FIREWOOD
1M PBKfABEB TO MIA
Promptly and Mlitfctorlly, with th Tsiryut
OAK Mud HICKOBY
Lew Orsjen tsTHal OM U4
OK AT Tat rfT;rriC.