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OFFICE: No. 13 Torilh Stroot, Thornton's Building.
DAILY ED IT TON
FRIDAY EVENINGr. SEPTEMBER 10, IS6).
JOHN H, OJ3EHLY & CO
Tliu coiivotitlon Im not an welluttuiiilcil
as whs uutlcl pit tot but it Is, novortlio
Iuhs, a ovurful ami iiilliiunllal bntly.
Tliutltno of the oon vontlon up to. yustur
dny morning, wan cotidumi'r! In the
work of organization; iippoliitniLMit of
committees, etc. William Viimlevo?, of
Iowa, was clcclotl prcsltlonl, II. V.
Wobb, of this city, Is one of tho vice
I'rt'HiduntH. Col. J. S. Reunion is on the
committee on tlio MIsHiKslppI river; and
Mr. l Winston Is u member on foreign
Vrotiimerct'. St. 'TiUlfc tqolc especial euro
to keep Cairo men 'out of tliu comml'tleo
im Hio removal of tho uhpltal, H jrltfes
Illinois a member in the pernon of Mr.
Steel, u gentleman living near-enough to
St. Liiukto breutho tho auioku from Iter
foundries, hut as wilt be iiitj 6ulbvv (lie
uationnl I'fipltnl ilodjfo of rjt, 'Louis was
knocked into a very un&hapoly "cocked
hat,'' this convention thjclurlti;;,, Unit, jt
wan not ti legitimate stiltfoot for lif-ans-xlon
and, nation. , , ', , , ,',
(.'apt. SllttH F. Miller Introduced the
follow tug resolutions:
Itt-oved, That tlie best interests of tlie
wiiolo people of the United .States ro
iiulre the removal of the national cnnl-
l:tl from it present location, and thai It
is the oiilul in of this jouveiiliou that
home p tint in the valley of tliu MNsisxIp
pi Mhdiild be selected for Its permanent
Keaulveti, Tiiut wo arc opposed Jo any
further appropriations for permanent
government liiiiMluus in Washington
ity, and recommend that Congress take
measures for the removal of tliu neat of
government as noon u it may conve
niently he done.
After strong hpeeehes, for itml against
the n solutions, a motion to lay them on
the tablo was carried by a vote of JO to
A tibiuuuut motion to reconsider win
made, warmly dwbatcd, anil filial j with
AX litUIiSUi HA UI..
According to the government reports
of tho battles and captures in Cuba, two
(wo million and Hoventy-four thounind
insurrectioniabt liuvu been killed, and
fourteen millions four hundred and
iitiiety-flvo thousand have been captured
-at leant so nays a geutlemaii who took
the trouble to put down the figure ns
furnished in dutall by the royal reporter.
Notwlthntandliig nil this the relicts keep
on lighting anil appear to be as numerous
ta ever. They have among them proh
ably, one of Dick Yatrj.' "Ilatuing
iciantM" that stamp ariuli from the
hosom of tho earth OtliorwiM, they
liavo more lives than cat'-, ami the royal
troops have killed them all about fifty
- - -
FESSEXDEX DRA I).
The Hon. Wni. Pitt I'esseudeu died at
Portland, Maine, on Wednesday thu Slh
inst, after uti Ulncti protracted through
mivcrol weeks. Mr. Kessonden was born
In tho year I WW, hihI was one of the very
few men handed down to us untainted
from the purer days of tho republic. As
j debater ho stood without n peer in the
United Ftates Senate, commanding tiio
nfl verity of Phillips and the eloquence of
Stunner. Ife had tilled many honorable
and responsible positions under tho gov
ernment, and died with the harness ou
him. There- are few liko him to follow.
The flection hold in Vermont ou Tucs
day, resulted of course, in a radical vie
fory. Tho democracy make n fight there
only from tho force of habit. Hut oven
in Vermont tho revolution is at work, tho
radical majority ou tho voto for govern
or will fall abort of 20,000. Last year
it was 32,122. This is, at least, a healthy
Maine votes, on Monday tho Kith lust,
-p'ho will give a good account of hciself.
Ceil. .Sherman has been installed as
-Secretary of War ail Inlnlm. It Is
thought that he will continue in that po
sition until tho meeting of congress.
Wo have not (Unpaired of Logan yoti r
TITK PLYMOUTH IIOItlCOK.
Itcart-Hcmtiiitf Mceneu Xoltlc
I' . of Mliivnt..
. I . i . i i
Tim Drait Pound In Ileaiis.
I'ltUburg, bejitomlicrSih, lM:i.
A. Scrantou special to tho Evening
'Chronicle,' of this city, gives tlio follow
ing as the latest news from tho sceuo if
the great disaster in Avomlulo coal
mines, at Plymouth, Luzornu county,
Pennsylvania, whore two liuudrod and
tvyo men apd boys aro (supposed to bo
juiUiuatod. A steam fan lias boon nut
tip, ami Is now in operation, driving
imre air into thu shaft, but tlio quantity
of foul air that remains renders it im
possible for a descent to bo mado. Tho
tunnel is being excavated with
Ull possible spuod, by wliiuli it is hoped
a intercept tho chamber where
nil tho meu aro outombod. Tiiey
'will possibly reach this chamber about
live or six o'clock this afternoon, Old
ami experienced minora fear Unit all aro
lost, but thero are Homo who hope that
tho closing of doom of passages leading
from the shaft has prevented tho circula
tion of lire or choke-damp, and confined
all gaseous matter to tile shaft Itself If
'tho flrlr did dot reach thb internal pas
sages or chambers, it is thought no
choke dump or gas litis been generated,
and tho. supply, of air already In the
chambers when (he fire toolj place, may
be HUllleient to keep some of the men
alive. Theceno nboul the pluceof dis
aster Isllfurrowlrig irinlio exirimit-.rTeti
thousand people aro present, and others
are arriving Tlio agonizing woe of the
families of tho , tinloriuiiulo miners is
hcart-rcudihg. Attempts to descend die
slialts will he made Ibis afternoon, and
before night it is tin. tight tho extent of
the calamity will be known.
Feranton, I'a. fept S II a. in.
Tliu donkey cuulne ami fan were put
in op ration about an hour since, ilriv.
lug fresh nir to the shaft. Menarn. Cur
ftijii undilJ.tvls.thcii went down onehtiu
dreil'feet, and 'lowered liglitfc to-within
fifteen feet of the bottom of tho shaft
Tlio lights burned freely. After making
stii'li (ilwi'.itlOtiH an wt.ro nos.sIbIe. tho.W
returned, and the miners, who have
formed a committee to go down, are now
prepurlug U) deaceud to remove the ob
structions and explore in search of their
brethren. Thousands of miners, women
and children, cover tlie hillsaud grounds
In the vicinity. A committee Is circulat
ing among the imuicii-o throng for sub
sdrfptlous for the widow ami orphans,
who number over six hundred.
s m.i, i.iTim.
The Avondalu casiilty sends a thrill of
horror throughout tho whole land. The
worst fears have been confirmed. Uvery
man that was In the mine zl thu time of
thu lire, perl-lied from suffocation.
The following particulars were received
by telegraph yesterday:
At 7:.t0, one of the gangs reported that
they went up the plane, jut beyond
winch a barrier was met, consisting of a
car packed around wlthcoal aiidclothlug
Tills was cleared away, nnd, proceeding
a little farther, another barrier was met,
nearly completed, and eointnieted as the
first. One man was found upon the out
side, here he had been nt work laying
up thu wall. All wus completed nave a
smnll aperture sufticicut to admit the
la-sage of a human body, and it is in
ferred that lie hud Just finished his task,
ami was preparing to Join hlscomtianions
on the opposite sido by crawling back.
This barrier was removed, when the
whole force of miners were found con
gregated, piled one upon another, and
Tin: PULA i'AT COUSTi' SUNDAY
.S7.V OF TJIH VltOUEEUlNaS.
Pursuant to previous announcement
tliu Pulaski county Kalbath school con
vention convened In tlio M. K. church,
In Mound City, ou Thursday, thc22d day
of .September, Ibii'J, and remained in ses
sion two days. It was called to order by
the Hcv. N. I). Williamson, of Chicago,
agent of tho Stato K b'. convention.
Opened with devotional exercises of
half an hour, when Mr. 1C. J. Ayers, of
Villa Ridge, was chosen temporary pres
dent, antl . J. Htaiolrode, of Villa
IUdge, temporary secretary.
Delegates wero presont from several
precincts In tho couuty, ami workers in
tliu Sabbath school cause from adjoining
Tho leading topics for tho good of tho
cause woro fully, ably und thoroughly
discussed by tho Row Mr. Williamson,
of Chicago; Hov. Mr. Van Winkle, of
Anna; Dr. Whitney, of DuQuoIn; Row
Mr. 1'ooto and Mr. Reed, of Cairo; Mr.
A. J. Dougherty and L. H. Marshall, of
Mound City; and Messrs, Ayers, Hucklu
and others, of Villa Ridge. All felt the
necessity of prayerful, patient nnd faith
ful labor, with u Just realization of our
dependence on Cod for strength, and
tho promised blessing in building up tho
Fabbath school Interest in this counfy.
Tlio street preaching at night by thu
Rev. Mr, Williamson, and tho addresses
in tho church, proved of much interest,
and all weroHutisfled that thu meetings
had been produutlvo of much good.
Tho convention organized permanent
ly by electing the following officers for
Presldont IS. J. Ayers, of Villa Ithige.
Secretary -R. P. Hesselrode, of Villa
Treasurer-A. J. Dougherty, Mound
City, who also form thu executive com
mittee. Thu following' persons wero recommen
ded for appointment as Vice-ProsldeuU,
to bo conflrmeUjby thu executive com
mittee, provided they agree to exert
their mast faithful eflorts in behalf pf tho
Mound CityJqcJnet,; D. W. Phillips;
Junction, Jonathan Tucker; Villa Ridge,
Thomas Ruckle; Pulaski, Preston Rich
ards; Ullin, C. H. U.-Niokond; Wotaug,
; Ohio, Adam Mussao; (Irand
Chain, tleo. V. Rristow,
Thu following resolution were unani
mously adopted by thu convention :
Resolved. 1. That wo aro horo to se
cure God's hlesslngon our timidity 80I100I
work, to learn how to labor moro ollee
lively for Him in his good cause; and to
prepare for currying tho blessings of tho
Hahlmtli trioliool Into uvory school district
in thu county.
'Pliut ... .. .,.(.....,.... ..I -11..!....
who Is not hindered by Ood'n proyidonce
ought to take some part in tho regular
services of tliu Sunday School.
!!. Thatlladds greatly to tho efficiency
of a Sabbath School to hold regular
weekly teacher's meetings.
-I. That it is a great mistako in any
Sunday School teacher to bo irregular and
fitful In his work; to neglectthe thorough
htudyof the lesson; to stay away from
teachers' meeting-; to neglect his schol
ars out of school hours; or to forget to
pray earnestly and continually for tho
'couvcrsloii and useful if cbs of each of his
, 0. That It Is of the greatest importance
to have Sabbath Schools organized In
every destitute neighborhood, as it forms
thu, only mean's ,ot graco tlmt niutiy of
tlielr Inhabitants, young und old, enjoy;
und that tho frciucut visits of thu olllcers
of the county ami precinct organizations
aro necessary to keep many of the
Fchools in successful operation.
0. That library books should noverbo
distributed during lesson time, and that
Sunday School papero are always a great
assistance in keeping up the Interest of
7. That tho mcmherS of Christian
churches can do much, to secure and re
tain udult sohdlars in 3ubbath Schools by
their own rcijulur presence am) labor in
them ; that superintendents can do much
t jwurd tho same end by neleotlng and se
curing proper teachers for adult classes,
and by making the general exercises of
the school 'lacrcsilnu; but that thu great
secret of success lies in' tlio leticllernof
such classes, lu theirapprcciutlon of their
work; in their thorough preparation for
it, and in their attention to their scholars
011 week days as well as on tlie Sabbath
May. ' v
, S.( Tlmt prayer and labor aro both lie
cesary to obtain a proper stipply'of per
manent and cillclciit teachers for our
0. That tho convention believes in the
conversion of children, and urges all tho
laborers in our Sabbath Schools to strive,
during thu coming year, to bring many
of their scholars to a saving knowledge
of "the truth as it is in Jesus."
On motion, Villa Ridge was selected
as thu place for holding the next annual
session of this convention.
On motion thosecrclary was Instructed
to furnish a ropy of the synoysls of tho
proceedings of thi4 convention, for publi
cation in tliu Mound City 'Journal' and
On motion adjourned n(nc die.
R. P. IlK.ssKi.uonE, Secrutay.
I'or Couuly Jiulgr. '
W nrr aiitlioritH 10 tnnoum-n Hint Alrxnoiitrl'.
UolKwiM Im im locli pi-urtrtit cundidutv lor the of
ficof County Judgr, mt.jK l only to thu ilitcmion of
tli uitrm of Alrxiiuilrr County !
I'or Aitaclale Juntlrf.
Wo are nuthorlfd to annftunoo tint Jiunva K.
McCrltn will Im i-ndKl.t.) for A:tatn Jutllcs, nub
mittinghls clilm to tlin ilrtnocmli county emu cn
lion. If nutiiloatcl nnd oIot lcl 1j will, m lionInyn
hudonr, Mru the forle to lh lxt of lu abil
jpOR KASTPORT AND WATKRf.OO
K Kill.' I. A It TIIt'ltSOAV l'At'Hirr.
rrN Ttio Imht ilniileht tnir ALPHA,
&iwiZl T. O. ItVMA.N, Mwlrr, W. K. IIVKIIS,
Utk, ill Unto for tin- hIiovu und ull intcrmediaH
TKNM-K liJVKlt, KVKItY TIIIMWHAY KVEN
l.NO. Tbo AI'hmonnrthclofly i t Uanillc villi tnm
fur CIurkllli', llnwtlns Ori'fn And Ijoumrltle, und
at JnlinfonTillo ulih tr.un for Nlmllt.
Ilrlurnme ti connMIx at Cairo nith i-tjmiT nJ
trln for all (ointt. tu!9tr
TUe iht dru;lil pmiirngcrHteanier
II. V. NOltTHERN.
Wil mnl.n remitter DAILY TltllV between Cairo and
I'aducah, leai iiib Cairo every nening (Sunday ex
cepted! nt five o'clock.
The White connect at Taducah nit'Mhe New Orlean
and Ohio railroad, and the limberland and Trune4e
Far (relirht or pJee applr on tvard. or to
U.J Hl'CKI.KY, Acent,
lnl..dtt Cairo. Illinois.
AIRO RROOM MANUFACTORY.
T. I'M'KKK Jt IIKOTHKR,
Iluvlnu perlreted their arrangement for tho muiutur
tura of Ilrouim in lhi ty, reno prcpiie.l lo t'.i
I be mji 1 qulilieof bioomicau Ix' piirclimod iiuy.
OlUtUiXatllicktoie old. (. Williaiuinu, t.S OU.o
I., ti n, or at tl, v
.MHiinrnetory, Fourteenth Mrvt-l, litliuru
Will be promptly attended to.
Orilcru by mail ehould ba fcdduwMd to
W. V. M'KKK A into.,
1. O. Hoi 451.
Sept lit Cairo, Illinois.
PAINTER'S -MATERIA 1.
I' PA H RUN., " XWt
I)cjU i in
WRITi: 1.KAI), ZINC AM) OILS,
WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY
. Itriitlioan Wall I'oiier wuil Wluilow
iir. OHIO LRVF.li CAIItO, ILL
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTNG
. 4 -t - . .. ;.-
j QARh li. THOMAS,
I SKJN AM OltXAMKNTAh PAlNTKlt,
I Kliop. I ibe Uiaeuient id" Ibe fly Nutlon.il Hank
' Imildiuj,', 011 Ohio J.ait'i',
SWKKT nl'INI!' TlioKCiiuino'artichrto" be
had IkrclajV. Quiuinn Ueofrotu hilUirness, and
yet mutant niOl (he vlr"nciof c ominoii ipiiuiiio.
A X AO U.VC KXTS.
Fnr Cunntj ClerK.
Wo aroniitliorlxl Ut. vnnoiinco that Jacob (.
Lynch No cntulid.ito for ro-olcclion Ki tlio otllco of
County Clerk, Mibjrctu the dotation of tlio iluinocnit
1c county cnntontloti. oi,9l'u
For County 'I r ran 11 re r.
W ruBiitlnriict toMinouneoih.U Wllllnnl A. ltsd.
iiiaoun 1'kiidld.ilu for re-olrctlon . to thoroflloe of
County Trcuiiircr, nubjrct to tlio dimlion of tho ilcm
nf ml 10 comity convention. neuto
' Iot- Aaioclti Jumlc.
We nroaiUhorlicd to unnounco tlut,Mr.Jolni U,v
ley will l n oandldato for ro-eleelion to tlio odl' e of
"AHohto"Jlltle, unt.Jccl to tho ifwlnfon'o'f tho ilein.
ocrntlo county rqnTjntion. . - o9to
I'or Co inly Nup't Public ScIiimiIh.
Wonro Hiithorlrcdtoannouniio t, I'. Ilullcr.lin..,
an n cum ll. Intel for County Sujierintendent ofl'nblic
fx hool" for Ali'iimdcr county, milject 10 tho rfii)i(Mi5
of the ficm', ritn'iollntyrontcnlion te
VV are antic rued ,y tho friend nf I'. lirom 16
nnnouni e Im nnnaat u rmululatu for tlio ofllco of
County fu.frt i1.fK-t to tfid ilf, fnn of the ilrnio
rratiTounty if,nentlon to
I'or tlie Coiiiilllilluniil t:nt cutloii.
U'o nre ntilhoriMd to nnnoun'-e tho lion. William
Jl Allen itai-.indidato for nieinherihlti'ln tho (Joniti.
Iiilinnal Convention frurn the I'lnt ltirotcntatit
Pitricl, contpoied of the counties of fnion, Alexun
drr aiiU I'tilmld, Kiilijecl.to tho ilccilon of th Demo
crntio party. nut I tj'
yourilKRXICR.-j UOINU HOMK!
Tint .-ic ii'lul r.ni tiger .-tcniii r
XX O B 33 XX. 1 ,33. Xj 33 33
John W. I. innon, Mai tor, JT. Moliorti", 1 1 U
Will I.ravr Cairo Tor -r Orlrnmoii Nut.
i un.,y Kvi'iiliiK. .Srpti'iitlicr II,
r tho Arrival of Trillin Irom tho .Vorthand Kj-t.
Hutc rouidi run bo mfiircil until d'iy of departure.
Tef-ita JIUI.VT. ItuilKins.
S. PRIG HAM, M. D.
lloincojiaf lilc Pliy.Nlciati and Sitrcon,
No. IW Coiiiinerrlal Avenue, (oennd floor Uel
ileu:e,Mn. 11 Ninth jMreei, between Comiaei
clal and Wftihington Avenurn,
If. WAKRNKK, HI. D.
Oifn'o over Pii-l Odice,
lUnidcthl, 69 Walnut iHeet.
CADKMY Ol" THB SISTKRS OF
l. TIIK LOIU51TO.
CAIItO, - . . II.M.NOIN.
'I'll 1 1 liiMtiCiillou wan roundetl In lsn;j,
and Cliurteml bjr Hie HlHle ol
llllnolK la lKkJS,
Hoard .tnd Tuition, Including l-d and beddint.
waahuit; and stationery, nor term of the
MukIo, rtaneiiu-, palnllnt! and tho UnruaRe.t, eztrj.
For further information apple to tho
viiRlTdJm MbTUKtl UUrKBIOU.
' -IHI.EItlN -3T"
I XX. 33 WOOD,
lit prepared to fill ordera promptly and autinfactority
with the hotoakund hickory firewood.
Leave order at HuIcd'h old Uud. or at tbn iie-i-
office. ' epJtt
(IRANI) T6WKK, ILLI.NOIN.
nawif.i. Lvi:it, rnorii.
t&-opi:x da y axj) niojit.
The London )iiiirlcrlr Ilelrw,
The KtllUKburic HctIow.
The AVeatnilnUler Hetlt'M,
Tbe North Urlllatt KeU',
Hlackwood'a Kdluburc Mairaalnr.
The reprint of tho leading (iuarteilici and HUek.
wood are now indiiiienfubln to all who iletireb' Keep
theuifteve fully lllliirmed Willi regard to the emit
ubeeU of the day a viewed by tho bent oholn
and ouudet thinker in Ureal Ifritatn. The contri
butor to thu paxes of ihenn I'.oview aro men nho
laud at the Iimid or the list of KiirIIi.i nrllcr on
Heieiice, Itelilon, Art and (leueral l.ilerature, and
whatever in "erlliy of ilikctihaion tinda uttention in
the ikikvk of theao Itovievra and Hlnclorooil, Too va-
let j- ! o great that nomibiiorilier e.in fail to I- Kill
rieil. The iK rioJicula uro prinUxl with thorouiih
fidelity totheKnellheopy, nnd nre ottered at price
vrhteli plan-tin III witbln reach of all.
TtrniN Tor tHOO. Year
Anyone of the Keyirwii .. ., i 10
Any two nf the Itevicn , , 7 CO
Any thteo of tho ItevleH 10 i0
All'fourol tho Uovievm W 10
llhu'kwood' MiiKiine 4 0U
HUekvtood and any ouolteview 7 t
Illuckwood mid any two Iteviowa 10 Ui
Hlackwood audiitiy tliren KevlnwH I t 00
HliwkwoodaiiU (he fmir ltvicvra ;s li w
A ilUeonnt of twenty per cent, will bo allowed to
club of four or more person. Thiii, four conic ol
,IM .vk vood, or of orm of tho Ityvuiw, will lv aunt to
onuaitdtAifor!12 M. '
Io (aire. -Subr.'-riber
hIiouM prepay by tho quartet, at 'he
ofllce of delivery. Tho otu;ii to any part of the
Uniled States Iktwo cKra 11 number, Tliirute only
apnliatohuriftit8ub.jriplionii. ForUo,k number
tho patao U double
Tcmiim to .New Nubseilbera.
Nciv KubseriberH to auy two of tho above periojll.
chlnMr mm vlll be entitled to roceivo. Kmti,nny one
of the four Iteviews for IWM. New hiibMcrilK-r to nil
tivo of tlio poilCHdeala for ISi i.iy receive, Kruim,
lllucliiroi'd or any to of tho four Iteviews for Ir-w
SubTibera iiixy, by Jipplying, oarly, o)4ain back
act of tho Koviewafrom Jiiiiiiary.'lSW, to pecemli r,
isw, und of Hlackwood'a Ma.a.liui from Ju uary,
IMJi), to IieecmUT, at hulf thu cuirent mbstnp-
''W-NVilficr premium. to atiliscrlbcrs.'nqr'iilscount
to clubs, nor reduced prices for tuck number", run Imi
ollnwnd, finlemrthA nt'iiioy fs r.Mnlliod direct to the
publishers. Nopremlumt'can bo given tocluk.
Thu r.eonnrU Seott lublUlinir Co,
110 I'ultou root, Nw Vork.
Tho I,. S. I'IMI. CO. also publish ho '
by Henry Htenhens, of Kdiiigburu, and tho late J,
Norton, of Valo College, t voliw, royal octavo, !.
Jiagca, and numerous cnLravlcc. 1'rlco, $7 CO
ne tw-4 vol,, by mail, pout paid.
IOK MAl.-On aerount' nrwliom II moycoii
Crn, tho vrreel; of (he utentner Kotilnlanu. im (ih
now llc ut thu ivlinrf nt Cmro, III.
, ,,. . rVH T. PARK Kit, ABci,t,
'o.JU.up: II), a. (nt Cnderwrltern.
TTlOll SAI.K. CIIKAP-Xeir Cnllnffo nn.t tilrr.
lL'l,i cprntr.Locujt And Sixteenth lrtcl.
muric-ltf OKKE.V a niMinnr. Ait
1? m Jflf-'Tinc rior rniipli ""i"'? aTfi
t oOIcoof thoKveniiK'UuUolfii. dlf
1?Olt NAI.t:...- Two hundred head of beef MeWi.,
! 'K'if 01,1 nl"' Pward4, nt Prentice, Ili.,i-i.'oiilil-,
Allot'. In tine, condition fur ferdinn this fall
I o.- .articiilar. ad-lroM , j. T. JUKItlty, lloiiliiii. II0I1
arcomltJ',Ml.',' ii Im
i 1 I
PRIJ JiRKD HOGS AND FOWLS
' Winter ScimI IVhuut.
Aii'l !!,(. I'AliM -VA-.m, ixonf Driw'rf V.nrrmt
Til. I'i , Chaiiibersbiir, I'a.
JjiV.'i' ? HoiikMou Ileanllo..-i Weel;' andTrcail
weir lleinledAVWle i beai; 1'rench White and Ite.l
hlli I'lirpleSlmw Heatfie.l H j litorrntiein, nnd
(lertnnn AiiiIkt lleanlle u, aro tho Iwvtt, earllcatl Intnl
ip.tnnd nin productlTo Wheats Hint ean bo ruroni
mended for i;eiieml i'iiltiv.itiin. Ilrn'c Sjpi r built
I. t poumNof nn.t tcftik by m.ul, pout paid, fnr (I
rnly Ik hi. nf ilitlerent Vnro ttv irnl i ml p; id, fur
Jl. Tueiityitbirmi-tic4 or tS'heiit Hurley nml o.it
if UtjciirN iinpo tahoii Hep()oilc' Rxperlmcri'
lal l-uriii -uf iirnni.' eend ,n l nulMi riberor it; only SIM
peryoaii the ni"l nieful 'ournal printed. A l(fre
s UKO. A. DKI'IZ, t'httnherburtf, I'a.
e "WANTS 1
tyAXTKO Alexnnder County Ordern, at K) ct
V and City Sx-rip at locenli on tho dollar, for all
Wind of Lumber una lluildcr' .MnKriali".
innlMtl W. W, THqUNTON
CD-AO ICS" Tti KOR . JURLE
An entirely new work thnt hai been In active prep
aration fur over tinny v.-mn. mrdially en lorsed by
leadinj; Worjyineu or all tlm prinolptl iirnomln.itlom
Kern ID piije rir-iiliir. sun.-' full pniUvul.trn. with
.iin e und 11 sample of the elegant full pajt
cnijr.nilig Mith hiclithiiM rk will lie iiiiiU'lllnlicd,
a ddreii C l VENT. I'liblinher,
yji- Im 3H V. Tourth itri et, Cincinnati, O.
7" AN'TlCD AO HNTS
Fornnciv numotio nrtulo of ureal utility; muctaa
un'vervl want ; ea at itnti no rniiioiiiloii. Pond
tainp for circulir. I.lTTI.KFII'.I.Ii A HA.MK, No
1.11 Wanhlncton utrcet, Ko.-tnti, Mae. VIIwm
WA.N'TKl.-A No, 1 jjlrl to 1I0 general hnue
ivmk. Imiulro of I). 'I'. I'urker, corner Tenth
anil Ohio l.evee nii;l Iw
itf AflTi'VlM. ThoMi iliviruiK louril, by d.iy or
M week. can Im, necommodaled at Mrn. ftedinun'a
orner of rieviinth Mri'ct und Wnvliiuutnii avenue.
Term. 55 00 it i eU hoard t S7 W perweek
iMiard nnd Imlfilui;. auIMm
jjj-E V C LOTI UNO!
Bvo x-".y X x i. xx 4W 3T l'omli
PAHtJAlMS t'OK TilK PKOI'LK!
Harm clou-.! nut the rold eto-'k of l lothiiis. haf
brouiit on a
Largo uikI NplciulliI Stock
Which embraci cruiy U;ud of
KiMhlonnblo .'iiIriiieii'N tt'ear.
AndtuchaOn luiteiltoall c'ubo".
They would ak t-peet! aiention to tl, irmipply of
XXntm aucl OapM,
In whith they piofeta 10 mi I Ibe i iaikcl Alto f
Which einbimi all Kltlea of Clolht. ('.itril.
Tneedi, etc., from wlm-h tin ) m inufniiure
ci.oTin.K! to 0unr.1t,
In the bent rinnner, and e",tly f.i.hlonable. Thulr
OtMitlcnicnV FuriilHliiiifC ; daf
1 verrrnmrlelo. lualudiiu: luaitt iiotcHh-i ni-ver t-
fore bioujl.' tcvlhn market.
TItUNKf, OF KVKHYSTVI.K, VAI.ImW, CAHPHY
AHmire l of thi 1. a1' ' t to 11 khhU fioiu thetr new
tock, cheaper tnan aver beb.re, they rely on a ilia
criminating publio to eiteudthem the pairunacu they
Ir.erve. ul 'Itf
Wholesale ,.n.l . '
lUUi: C'JSV.ST.IL IOK.
Comer Eighth filrcl and Ohio Lett.
tc delivered toah put id Ibe e l) . All ordrrs from
abroad promptly fiili.f iipiiwosepl
pURK OKYSTAli IiAKK IC'K
.i:o. t. ci;niii.,
ti.i Ohio tM, Cairo. II isprepsrnl mniriiia
eitiiennrt-iiilHi Is wit:, tie i i pure art cloot
ice at tholowe.tin irlcet pee Cillriis will bo ra
irularly mppbed by I. ne.l, si ioii.u..mUii Mlcsmeiv
Order from nl road sol,e.i .. nivfinm
LACK1U RN I'N I VERSITY,
Altl.l.N Vll.l.i:. M.lilNHlS.
' ; V
COUItiKft OKHUIU!. 'J
lt. AOADKMH -Kuabsb mid Classical.
2,1, CIKNTIFIOVriiree JWI.. ,v .
:T! COI.bKtilAT r-I our'teir
Ith, COI.IiKlil tTK ANJ TIIKObOOlCAlr-Flv
.11 if -
Noiv und dovtly Imildlniis havo receii'ly b.ten ereet
ed, with admirable iu-e.iniin.idition for 11 hrfie nuiiw
borof student, lloiiriliu tho Collej.ii lleanlinj? HaJ.
The entire expense foi Tirti ui, ll.urd, Itoom Hi nt
Fuel, etc , does not i-ee.l
4 - mt 8 rr.o i - .v 1 1.
" i '
I'ur ue tl.e mic i.iir .'inly v dh tho yous
limn s nnd mil reoeWo the si nonreo when tfu-y
crwluute, The oblu 11 I reiiou.li mte. i
Thcuoxt term will own 't on tin
Flrat Mbutliiy in Soiitoiubor."
For further inforinatfnti ivhlress I'rof J. W. Ibiiiuy
orJ'rof. It. 11, Mint n. nt Carliavillo, III. unlviltiii
I"7jiVi"i'"A'trl'-' IHW K- A UpriorTopi
; i!r for skill-or pa'its; an unequuilnJ bfaa far
loahouldorit a.wayaaulll,, a br ce, or BsH'