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views op nox. r;i:o.
Kro.MdiniKV. tin' t liiuuccH mid
The Ciirreney ami the National
Tin Word. of
.1 In I t-s in nit a ail
in r recent interview with a importer
of the Now YotkVBMh',,i tliu Hoik, rQeo.,
A. Peudljjton expressed lifiusljT freely
nr-eAndfdiyon tho grenl quo.Ionthat
now claim thu aUeiiHpu of, the country.
Sneaking pfhls cnndldficyilr.P. said
til fit lm llt.l nn.l.l... . .c7'. ' '. . .
"'""uuiuiaiw: iwu UHIOCf Out 1)0
owed u gWdebi of cfalf tilde ' to tlio
douiocrutlo. party. Every offlco or favor
no una asked ut tho Imnds of hl.i pnr'
had been freely granted. He liad alway
. ..II. . I II.. f .H .
jkjijuu mo inn uemocratlc vole .of. hi
State to n man. tTnder 8uch.fllr..uin
.taneotfhS'fcjt.thut ho could not refill
uie nomination when tho party aaked
him to tnko It. Ho. uccepted it ImmiuII
view or an the coiiBehuohces.
Tim 11. . .
v.Mcuiuvrney wouiu wwt'Cp Ohio. Of
iiiih ii r, t'cnuiotpn felt confident. Tho
mo isauo.ioi ino canvas were the llnan
ces, tho tarlirnnd the I-'irtoonth amend
num. ino ruuicni, Mr. I. thought
will try to reopen old (10 res llV 1'r.ml fa tat ft
las the couinu of tho domoerney duriuir
, " coarKiuK extravujjnnco
T11K NATIONAL IiBin.
"Ar vmi Him II t.. .i .i.
r ii'iuiiou uio 51ur le
aner, -in nivoror paying otl'the Na
.lonul debt In greenbacks.
Vf. T.. .11 ...
,i,1 i ' . ... "TT- "niy. Ant! I do-
...1 .i WM,B""y unuoratood upon till
I".!?.1. b. lh1 "y not be an'
..iinuiiuciainiiumK. l am no r.tnultHtr
was. i want to too tho contract ontd
i.Vi,.1 Government and It
ing more. So
... w..,u, ..en io me very Jotter, nuili
contracted before the Ual-teailer Act
and which wo promised to t ay u Void
honld bono paid, hut t!. J. l $.7 .1
i iue uuui oh was
h lnl, I.. '.7.7.', OUKIIl 10
.JT. J ft ciru uaChfl U Wat bU
V . . ' Bro we to nay an v
And lir i .i ."J
Some f the new f , S ,3 SS5
n'""".0"" .,n 5!'ck. I have
..u.vi u niuicn or ueniieu.
z, WIIEUK TO OCT TJIK OUKKNJUC KA.
Iteporter-JJut Where would you et
iiif d"b!? w,th wh,ch to ,a'
Mr. i'emlletoii-In tho flrat place,
frm economy and rctronchment. Bec
indly. Justice to nil concerned require
that the volumo of currency hhould stand
tthB9ount at which It was when th
SiSLViS? ?n,rft?1k,d- With greenbacks
collected from tln'no two Hource, and
wlUiouUny unduo expansion, the' debt
:aa-. be ,pd within a very reasonable
THK VOI.UUK OF TIIK CUKKKNCY.
Reporter Why keep tho volumo of
,urreacy at which It wan when tho debt
Mr. Pendletonlt U honest to pay
Back to the creditor 9f the United Htatea
tho value of the principal borrowed and
the Interest. If the currency N kept at
the amount at which It wa when tho
debt was contracted, tho legal tender
laldtothecrodUinwlll be exactly tho
amo value as tho greenbacks which
.were received from them. This, I think,
in i in.e!tOI!ilhe pa of tho Kovcrnment
and Just to tho creditor. I can not say
uunpry wnciuertho amount of
. uuc' ceeueu uie
vWd by law.
MOW TO XKTUXX TO flPKOlK PATMENT8.
Reporter And how cm we return to
Mr. Pendleton -Wo can novo
1 lI!?lJiT':mo.nt3 CXC0Dt b.y vast can-
iraouon 01 uie currency, and I saw tl
Unclunatl iournal the other day
eurrlng in this idea, asked in very
phatlo terms, "Who dares to propose
AZ , . 1 vu"ucy, ami 1 saw that a
unatOII AT...II !. .1.1.. .!"""
r . ' i r"'" ",u ueui is paiaaudtho
Internal taxesaro reduced and equalized,
ana the duties on Imports fairly adjusted,
pontraotlon can only Jucreaso tho hard
times which now exist, and bring fluul
ruin npon tho debtors of to-day.
MH. PENDLETON'S VIEWS ON THE TAHIKH,
Keporter-And what Is your opinion
concerning the tariff?
.Jw.fiT1 wou,d ret!,,co tho
tent jfllh tho collection of a-aufllclent
P"ut qf4 joyenue for -an ecoHelcl
admlnr8)ra0pu .of tho goyeramenH see
IrS: ?Ur, yrflyMnatorf JtMr. Sherban,
ys luIUs spooch at Canton last Satur!
SSAi, I'oMndtknbw tho dltTor
SUco. between the tarltf for revenue, and
tho tarlir for protection. I wouhl advise
him to read this present tariff for which
ho. voted, and he will there see that 'the
packers of tiU p New Englantl pay no
thluK ou the salt which they use, while
the We.st.qru, uackera of beef and iwrk
pay aevonty-nvo per cent, for thonalt.
and ho will perhnps discover the Uifrer-
sovernmeni unui the year 1812,
when they partodi Since that time beef
and pork have never seen each other."
I think that after the reconstruction of
the Southern States is concluded, aud
every State buck once more Into tho
Union, in the full enjoyment of nil their
ilghta and privileges, the question of tho
nuances, the bnnkiug system, and the
f"S'Jrtrfim can uisattention torwhat
J?naWton "lis subject, to
wit:' "That pork,' beef awl 'listf Uit
nv 'from1 tlio' hnftuhiiu,
more consideration than at present.
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THU KIFTKKNTH AMKNDMKNT. .
.Reporter And what nro your vJcwh
upon tho fifteenth amendment?
Mr. (Pendleton Tho democracy of Ohio
nro bitterly oppoj J to tfio adoption of
tho fifteenth amendment. Perhaps I
ought to stato that ho people of Ohio aro
opposed to It beeaasfv two yearn ago,
whontho question on tho araeudraentof
our stato constitution was submitted to
thorn, tnoy,rejeoted-Jt , by an icamtuae-
umjciniy, aim u wna mainiy ontuatissuo
that wo carried tho 1 jlslature. Wo aro
nre opposed to tho HP 2011th pmcudmcnt
because wo adhero' to tlio (Sonkdltnllnnul
ildeu that each etalo ubnll regulato thlH
.ipiesnon 01 Hunrae ror itseir.
Till: SOL'TIIKKK iai0OUAOY.
Roporter And what do you think of
tlio course pursued by tho democrats of
virgiulu and Tennessee, In nllylngthem.
Bel von to tho conservative republicans?
Mr. Pendleton -jThey , certainly acted
wifely. 1 That was! the 1 best ithliitf they
could do, if they would shako oil radical
U KANT HAS-JTO I'OMCY AHOCT ANYTHtKO.'
Reporter What of General Grant's re
construction policy and udmliibdratlon
Mr. Pendleton I never understmid
that General Grant hail a pollcynbout re
construction, or In fact any policy con
ccrnlufrauyjthliiK'. Tho reconstruction
policy of Congress, which consist in
Ktau Uonstitutlons und tho Federal Con
stitution nccordlng to extreme Radical
Ideas as the price at which they nre" to be
relieved from military government, or,
what Is even worse, tho government of
scalawag and carpet-baggers instituted
and maintained by the Federal power.'!!
1 think, essentially wrong and unconsti
tutional. On tho subject of General
Grant'sappolntmnnta,! tear lean not ex
press niyt-eir oh fully as I would desire;
and my reason for ho dolnt? Intlmt wlu.n
I enn not speak of the Chief Maglstrateof "
my country in respectful term, rather
mi I prcfor to be silent. I
in raj um iiiueii, However, Hint torany
lyaiuuiii in iiiipuiiu men 10 oince wnose
ouly(uaIllicatlons couslit In beinu rela
lives or havltik' ulven Ills K xcellenev
money and how-en, I Infamous. A man
holding so exalted a ixisltlnn onelit tnim
above conduct so delestnble and shame
fit). TIIK I.O.VIXV ui:atii.
it ro p, rmTtct
Mlb tty ye una Mlt nrVill lino.
Irel), In Krnlnrky ami Tfnii-ft, that antiy.fa
fc o'tks.n llio Mammoth (mi-, where the teintcra
turrn'-rrr Tarira throughout lh-yeJr, would cure con
mnptlon. At unr time alxjut thirty eoiutimptivra
wrre MJuurwr in Ihararn two mllra front lit month,
anJ Ihr rrmtliuur wfurniiiyvtation Sue;! .iiji for
mrin arn iui 10 im i-n i
Thfi lunuti of that ilitmM liospltol..
JIim-k-Ic wllh "hou llrTlt,,, want oua br out
ll.. Vr .a lk.1. r . ... .... I.
VMIil frn.wnl klmlrrtl, Mhrrv lliKrnll- Iitkmh
Might rt Itucool wmn on tln-lr fn-il chrk.
Anil all I In- myriml os'lincpx) ot arth
.'ootln- ihun a rrit in lilldliooJ
. Only one
I'ale nurlerrr rrmaiiKsJ. He via.,iliul
Far, far toowrak ami mhjUJ lu Un borne
From whr he lr. n hrrnthin? skrlttoii,
In that 1I1 111 corrhf.r He liul two fneni.
Ami thry wero al hla tide to breathe low woi
Of com fiirt to til liiMrl. ami mlnl.icr
WIUi gi-titlo hands to all In little ne'la. r
in m Dri't remnant or nn noort
A rhanco was on hit wllheml brow thn sign
Of Tetsrratrcliani;at III frlrndi hint known
That Ik-cuuM linger allttlu while
A ilwrller of the earth, and they ha t ilprmnl
That they rould calmly, though in frier, LhoM
The eomimgof tho fearful riMlor
lho U.tof mortal foca. Hutwlicnat lenifth
Came theilraail trialwhen they rvallaod
That Death ilol with them In that awful plaee-
Ttielrrreitwerrnieitlona (hevteit Khoul,
Or on the shastly, aoahleaa, tony form
a uuriui prii uirir vuuis, u
lmK"t a tvatfi In chllithoM'a thoughts.
self cquld bear. Willi one loud
ThatecboH from a hundred (tloomy chasma
Of that mysterious realm, they eltd their tampi,
And wildly wvl deliriously rushed
Toward the far outer world. Amid th1 rocks
They fell, hut reeked not of the fall. Taint, hrulied,
Hut deeming at enrh step titer hfinl the tread
Of tho weird foe, and frit his ico-old breath,
TheT paused not In their flight till they sank down
In the full min.liine and the hrreie, and lay
SUvtched out like ilea.) menon thoaaard. They had
nut strenctn to tell that their inor frli-nil waa left
Dying within the care.
u They went not bank,
Hut Strang era went and gaioil with awe.atruck soul
Upon the cor.o of one who thus liad died
In darkntx, ailenre and solitude.
No, not In aoliluilei a bleaaed tmlle,
Cann antl tuMnne, rratnl upon his llpa,
And glorineil hi., brow. It told that Ood
Had bernbe(o him in his mortal need.
The Ncliels of Prawtla.
Drrxlrn (lorrixpondonct of the Hprlnk-rtoM llepub.
The best schools In Europo aro found in
Hnvarlti, in Saxony and Prussia, nnd tho best
of these are found In Munich, in Drcs
Drosdcn nnd in llorlln, In thoso cities tlio
schools aro. conducted with primary reference
to tnontal duvuloimiont. and as a means to
this end, tlio subjects of study aro so classified
and tmight as to lend to tlio acquisition of
knowledgp in a scientific manner. I notice,,
as T go about to tho diffyrront school-rooms
of a largo educational institution, that thev
aro all woll supplied with tho means f illus
trntingevqry. topic that taught. In ono
schoohroom, in, which botany is studiod, I saw
thft plants for analysis, all growing in pots,'
which woro arranged, qn sholvc. about the
room. In nnothor room whore zologv.Is
taught, tho students an supplied with speci
mens of the objects tlioy Uro required to study,
and these specimens aro so arranged thnt they
aro nl ways before tho studont ns ho Btudles, or
near hltn to bo us oil as illustrations as ho re
citcv jThctitoacheri o nqt oquiro.Tttles to
bo eommittod to memory, at first, and thon all
mental operations to be performed in blind
obodlonco to tho rule, hut thoy roqulro tho
rule, or gonernl principle to bo dorived from
anioJjservatlonYiaeli.theLpupil is.Ud to make
In tho study of langungc tho pupil is led to,
tho principles of construction by a atudy ot?
constructions bo hns himself "been led hy his:
teacher P make, and langunga is, ino case."
to be used by tho tiiitill untir h a nnisesses
tnrlfTwlll recelvo greater attention
tho ideas and thought which the languago ox-,'
presses. The teachor 9.f geometry first teach,
t - illluiP i 4 I
o'FFlbliJio'.'ib U?lritih''Stredt, Thornton's
SATURDAY EVENING. AUGUST
cs by oblcct lcsons tho lirlnclplcs upon which
ccomotrlcal rcnaoninir oenontUr tl inn ttin mi.
pll Is led to tho solution of problems by tnenns
of iIj own reasoning, in which ho himself
makes nn application of tho principles ho
himself has learned. Tho pupif is trained to
observe by observing, toreaion by masoning,
and to do by doing. In tho principal Ger.
,nian scheols l.lmvo yl'lted, tho tenchors have,
for tho pr mnry objects of their thoughts, ns
tlioy tench, tho wanU of tho human mind.
Tho Oormnn mind U naturally metaphysical.
There Is, accordingly, in nil plns of Gurmnn
education, ajiboroiigh -ltuntion rsub
jeets fer-stuay Tlio'scliools nro grndcdSahd
tho diflerent grades nro reined to one nnothor
in nccordnnco with tho plsns of (tudv. In
Ustntlh. 6axonyand PruHa theronro schools
called Volks schools, o p. oplo's schools, in
which tho common branches of learning nro
taught, nnd which all tho Gi-rmnn youth aro
required by law to attend, from tho ngu. of
jpven to ten year in -om. Stntes, nnd from
six to thirteen yean in Ihew.
Tho law !' popular with nirdaMes nnd is
rigidly enforced. The common noonle. as well
f.drl 'Ahe'common ho0lxAt eight oclocV
111 iii-j muriiiiig inofcirtctsot tliecitynre tilled
wjjth pupils ot the primnry schwols Hnd stu
'dontf ot thol higher Krudt,ldacli with his
sutchol of books tiod to his back, marching
cheerfully to liU appointed plnco for studv.
After.eigbt o'clock no children of chool uge
nro to bo found away froth' their clfle'.
Kach parish of a town must huvo at least ono
primary or elementary school, nnd moit
town in addition to those ulomcnUry schools
fiWiiS!" -WUWK'- toisvw.
Tho (iurtnan children ut school 1 all appear
neatly dressed, nnd, what I am feorry to say
is not always truo in my own country, theso
children nro trained to good mnnners." When
a stranger enters a school room, tho children
all rise and remain standing until tho sinngor
is seated ; nnd when tho visitor leaves, tho
children all rho and remain standing until ho
bus closed the doer behind him. This prac
tice is observed in all tho grades of whools
from the first primary up to. the senior clnss
in tho university.
If a parent i's not able to clotho his child
properly for school, then ho is clothed at tho
, jiublic oxpenw. The children of tlio rich aro
fflimU Itting on tlio ntno cat with thoie of
U10 poor, and the n
rtble do not liosltntr! in si.
low their children to receive their elementary
training in tho same classes In which the
children of tho humblo nro trained, and tho
boy who has tho most brains and explains his
lesson best, Is tho best follow while his young
school days last, whatever distinctions mav bo
made in after life. After leaving tho com
mon scnoois the Ocrmnn youth can enter
upon the duties of active life or thoy may en
ter tho trado school, where thoy romsin three
years, and prcpnro for the various trades they
may choose to follow. Then he can follow
his trade, or he can enter tho industrial school
nnd In two years graduate nn architect, nn en
gineer, a chemist, etc.: or, if ho wishes, ho
can pass from the Indmtrial school to tho
polytochtc school, and prepare lo tnke n high
position In tho mechanic arts. Tho .'.udont
may leare tho common school also and enter
tho gymnasium, whero Lntin, (Jreck mathe
matics, rhetoric, history and chemistry are
taught. From tho gymnnsium tho student
can take up the study of profession, or ho can
lit himself to tnko the hii:hcit position in tho
proiessiou no cnooscs, nnu where ho can know
an tho subjects or his studv as sciences.
In the gymnasia tho students nro required
tO Itudv nnd reetto thlrtv.twn dnun nne uvwtl
andbcioro graduating to pass over a course
ui auiuy which requires nino years to com
plete. Tho Ocrmnn teachers, as a class, arc
ociier preparou ror tneir work thun tho
teachers of any other country. Thev nro en
cournced to lit themselves for a high excel
lenco In their profession by tho preference
which is nlways given to teachers who havo a
proicssionai training, and by tho honor which
is overywnero accorded to teaching as a pro
fession. In Gcrmanv tho bovs nre nlwav
educated apart from the girls, and a ina'ie
toachor is always placed over a class of "hoys,
and usually a female teacher over a class of
girls, in tho graded schools of the cities tho
teacher continues over tho tamo class from
tho time it enters tho school until Its r-rndun-
tion. This plan requires overy teacher to bo
qualified to teach all tho topics fotind in the
wuote course 01 siuuy. Teachers or one Stato
nro encouraged by tho government to visit
tho schools of other States, so that any Im
provement made in tho schools in ono section
may bo rapidly Introduced into tho othor
sections. Teachers, aro also encouraced to
hold conventions for mutual improvement.
tttlHT BBTWKBBf A BABOO X AXIS A
An English steamer which nrrlvwl at
Liverpool from Africa a short timo ainoe.
had on board thrto giant chacraa-s 0r bab
oons, tno crocadilu. several moukeys,
and other specimens of natural history
of the country. Tho baboons were very
ferocious and pouesseU of (treat strength.
For their safe custody, a strong- den with
Iron bars was provided aud placed near
the forecastle, bo they could constantly
be under the eye of the crew. All went
well until the morning of the second
day out, when a crash was heard, aud In
an Instant the large ohncma had wrouoh
ed several burs oil', and the uext instant
waa ou on the foro-castle, armed with
the bars which ho had been confined.
Here his majesty paused for a-inomont,
and in a dignified manner surveyed his
Captors. A, rope having been got, a
noose waa formed was cast over his head,
and he struartiled hard to extricate hlmsir
but without avail. Ho then attacked one
ui niu auaiuuii, wuuiu uu ocizeu uy lite
arm, and, notwithstanding that several
of the meu belabored him with weapons.
'iiio orutn woutu not. rotiuijutsu ms uom
'ilutll'lie bud torn the tlesli from abovo
the elbow to near tho wrist, and had been
reuilereu 'iuue'iulblo, when ho was carried J
iu ilia uuil.
Chills Cured In Six Hours, by
JOflic t'ohnty Siin'l of Hchools, T 1
, Alexander Co., III., August -a, 1600.
Noticu u hereby given that on Thursday and Fri
day, tho 2d and .Int of September next, applicants for
teacher' oertiBcates ivill bo eam nedat tho I'ubllq
Sehpolbuikiing, corner of ISlhand Walnut alrcat.
. I.EW1H P. 1IUTXEH,
County Bup'i bchools.
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CARPEMi:il AXD BLIJLliEK
IIKTWEKN POI'LAH STRRHT AND WASMNaTOtf
JOSEPH HNVoBODA & .BROTHER,
, DcaTep In
Choice Family Orpcerlcs, Provlslonsj
Butter, Ponltry, Vruclablca,
Ctroon. j Driod X'x-i.xltasi,
ami nil ntlil u
Mi.Uly. IvpUlu. n firatlmi Tamil y
m P.lrhtMUlli nt)d Poiilt lruM.
ill tut cliunu us the cliunix it, to keep
' IllU'ltfllUK tU
tlin l-Bt tic crcrytl
crjr Initanrc.thoy w
rum kitu Faiip.nciiun in
03. MKNDEIi '
Family (Jroccrlex. I'rm InIoiim, Vricetnblc,
A Urge npii1y of ir.iDQy Grocer icCanned I'ruits,
etc , always on ihfI. 'ETryfhItlBV'"J'',n'1 fresh.
t. K. COlt. OK WASlllNr.ToN AV AND TENTH ST.
ajvitr . .
J VINCENT, ,
Iiealf:' jh Grocer r, I.itn. , I'latr I'.uis,
Inlmlk, alway on hnn'l. Corner Eighth street a 11
Ohio Lwrre, Cuiru llliuui... -royL,
Q D. WILLIAMSON, . ...co-f
PRODUCE AND COMMISSION
xwx 33 n. o xx Jk. asr z.
i'ci7C Ohio Lecec,
Hpocialnttentlon i,xvn lo consignment and filling
gAINT CHARLES HOTEL, " ,
O aLx' o, X 1 1 i,)xx o A bs .
THE ST. CIIAULES HOTEL, -
The only FIRST-CLASS HOTEL in Cairo
la now In thomo.t unoxceptionablo order for guests
navlng undergone a
TJIOICOLG K ItKXO VATIO.V
The pajt Summer. X
Tov'm, sBQ OO J?or X3.y
IIKiafe Carrteil so and Crom the Hotel
frte of CUarga.
Day Ruard, Tteeniy-Fite Dollar per mouth
JKWETT WiLCOX i CO.,
TICHOLAS FE1TH, -
Cor. Kleveatls and IVaeblniclon Aveuiiv
Keep on hand tho celebrated Crane A IljccJ and
Haymonils metallic burialcn
Also, black velvet, uolmilu: stained coO'.ns made to
order, at ery low price. '
Mr, Keith performs hi own work, being a praot
eotfln maker, and Ulherefon. alilo to sell cheaper tnan
Wholctalo and tetall dealer In
PUKE CRYSTAL ICK,
Corner Eighth Street and Ohio Levee.
IceJlelUeriHl lo M parts.uf the city. All orders from
abroad promptly filled
HKClULAIl TIICIU4DAV PACKET.
Tho llaht draught steamer AI.IHA,
PiiUliIlVMANltMasten Wi H. HVKIU.
will leave lor sna iniojtna aiii inwroouiaio
HIVEIt, KVEISV TIIl'llSDAV EVEN.
The Alpha connect closely at Danvillo with train
for Clnrkarllle, Howling Oreen nnd Loulavillo, and
at Johnsonvillo with traina for Nahvlll.
Hcturnlns alio I'onnectaut Cairo with uteaiuera ami (
trolna forull ixilnlii. auiwr vy
T) SMYTH & CO.,
U IIOLESAIi: OHOCKHS,
0i0 LEVEE, - - CVIJ0, ILLINOIS
SU(.A11S, COFFEES, TEAS, SYRUPS,1
.Molasses, .Tobacco. Cigars,
Fish, Caudles, Woodemvare, "lTillow-tVare
ATnilss, Oil as, Paints,
' " yAnm$iiE$, rrvshes, "
Wiudow-GlmwV Putty, Lime,
C'ejnent, 'anier-Pari Gunpowder
Old Uye, Mouougahtla and UourbOB
Xlod. Xjovd.xa.c3. tStlxot.
Also keeps constantly on hand a most complete
StOClCOf ' - rv " - - . - ' a
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKY, iIN
J. RIED J- CO'S CELERRA TED WHEEL
1 NO' ALE y
Wo sell excuisivoly forCHH, to whluh we inrlto tho
kIWi jh n ,v
t ; n r
1 i .
j;ghn h. olekly & co
Are Von 11 Slm o
To tlio iiia Af TrtKi r- ...... 1 .
W?i?AM. mI rtmwHI not onlr'K Ssr
Hi ie h I K f' "i t ou will not rriW U. aRam
cents to lUrclAv
yon a box Uy rttnrn null.
Ilraiitllcs, rhixklfH, IVIiicn.
Tftla necnniti rehahiw rtlrle irmntifietnrrH r..
eommerrdmi nlI, rorMfl ,f HarVlay TnthZi 'rill
forremenlmtf wno,. i..Mhr. Bn?c C""' rt.r
l ose who a.S !li0 lmvC ,jnTk ,n 1 "clci-
i.iir i . fy i and lhon who, Imvmir Io"t the.'
Sn.i I , V "rlie. Ifjon have not used It en a
?lorou lin?" et h!i I' the plnco. oa meu
NMilliern llllnoft. Kentuekr nnd .Mloouri
Zh0,,.',,.n'.,!.', f'r "iH arlle lm o ine.ea.ed nn f ,
U flth" J,";l'n of another lar aSpr y"
rerl M rrSmn."!?" K!h" nn''d minnVwjtu
BrUysirf H.-on. Kor either kind go t
For Sale-i iy ICUUm-."
nnnw1;' n"1 "',A,,c!i,fi.f oher a I. Kh(
ajifJttt: M nrtMe. One ahcr
Cnliloiiilii H'iaer "
Nuratogu und "lllue Licit Watcr.
Tho rirttiea of theso waters Imvnlweu nnd nro lin
m e' ii crt-nt lienetit nn, ratwftion of many of
nnr eltlien.. An dealt out nt tho counter of Harclat
liS fi. nv"i) t co?1 .!"'' refrothinff. Pars'
io' , n I ?kH..fn.r nnftUrj MTr ticket fo
flny centa. Htuo I.lok-twenty iclna.ea for ono dollat
Palm., oils, and colors of all kindn-oheup for cah
at lurrlaye.' r
. ?'?wr flaw era. Thl now amt nonulae and
Meiiciitiui iinnilkerohlefoxlraat, innur.tiirr.l b the
rated Rommel, of l'nn, l to hehail nt the Drus
on the Levee. In tho perfumery linn It Ii the
' I" nonV ainonc the tjiper-tvn.dnnu To bo re-
cognited iw'n rn-rnon of "eltgnnt InMo"
you mint use
CHI.OUIDK MMK, CAKIIOMC ACID. CHI.OltlDE
?.mu,vn ?j"'VKWI7.Kn COI-PEfoaleeheVpa.
llrVrCllTl. iTlfrinan Vsillf srtMtl.a. . a
bealtliyot, nm.i biV.tbe .Vmo nl,'.-
.TA W'J n"'l '""l 'lcle of oxlrnctaof f.fmon
and nllla. for rlaorlii(n o cream, jelhf
ele. To ho hnd at Hnirlaya'.
Pure Cream of Tartar.
, Tlio beat Kll
riiullih Soda, Jamaica winger, clean aao
L' Ti' 11 ""K v,rr -v'ilmeg,Cinn.A-
"""t. ' rti'"l'ice, iiiaei; t'eriier. .
tnon Hark, ele.. at lUrelay Iliothera.
Hlacklerry Wine und Cordial.
Of extra quality Now (he time to uc n pure art
111 t.r "'"JjndKiia rantee.l by llnrclay Hrother
just tho soap for Iwilhmg ,oe nntalnk. No
Aut!rc1ay,ltfl',iu Un U'0
IVtlln's tooth liOWiler. Ati.l ,.,i.l..
French and En
lOOth liOuilur or
gllsh preparations for the teeth, und
eu wnor nuaiii v orourown make,
eholee at Ilarctnya'.
Cull and tako your
Tooth liruhe., ahoe bruh, point brushes, an l
brushea of all kind., at Haad.yg.' .
nBACK?re,"3r"' '0U tftn
Kft the PIVOT
Wholesale und Hclall Dealer in
3Tj ul xxx toor, Slxiucloai
TtHITE LEAD, ZINC AX1 OILS,
WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY
n.n.r .,,.t Wlndaw
95 OHIO LEVEE CAIRO, ILL
. . . . n IklTSIr:
SIGN AND ORPJAIVItW I ftU rMi
ysATlI, 1 THOMAS.
t - --
rnv A vu nUN'AMENTAL PAISTER,
nnin ii, Uwtnent of tho ity National HsnV
building, o Ohio I.vce,
TOHN IIYLAND'S SALOON
; I, supplied with all kinds of
Aabcstua Criiirnl nlvvaya ou lias)
In largn or umall rjuori tiUce.
VMJVTHli. -A No, i lrl to do general hou.e
V work. Inoturo of D T, Parker, corner Tenth
nndOhlo Ixivee - nuit lw
WAXTKO.-Tlio"'" desinhiT Loaird, " b'v diiy or
week, can bo neemnmodated at Mm. Rodmun'
corner of Keventh street lunl Washington aienue
Terms! i i p-r week tioardi S7 iw per week
board nnd lodging. m anllm
IJOR HALE.-.- Two hundrtd head of beef atoers.
; A yeara old and iiiwniil, ut Preinlt'O, llullvui
county, ills. In ttno eondilion for feeding this fall
For purticuUin, uddru.i J. T. HHIIHU Hvulali, Holt
var county, ilia. imUliu
mar jaia'a'a.aj 'AiexniKier luiimj l,i"r"i
at KO eta
YV and Clly rVrlp ntMeenHonthe dollar, for
kinds or Mimber ,lP" ssuiuu-rt "Iriai".
lanlSdtf W. W. TIIOUNTON.
X) TENTIOJt Do you want areuowalof the besu
lirul head of i l hat you onoo prided In I irnb.Ua
a u.n.l.iv.' nn . take tour I'holco of kentoratlvuh
BarrettVHall'i, Tll'lfi niujt's, Aver'n.-Chevuller's.
Wood'. Jarue s. 4r' wiiuiou'h Kuroka, ana ar
other yo sy wsnl, IneluUIng the Jatamaiisi.
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