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OFFICE:
No. 13 Tenth Street. Thornton's Building.
DAILY EDIT COX
TUESDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER M. iS().
'? ;JPJ1N,H.,0JBERLY.&,C0
ITa
. , . . . : .
"tvj yiivz government," etc.
Jt 13 lllll iiuuu-'irt! iwi mu i;iu.uii ui
Illinois to cross tho Mississippi river, to
wbscrvo tho workings of "thd best gov
urmncut Hint the sun of heaven cvor
shono upuiij! ' Ho. will .pea .ln,Mi9B.'url
sixty thoiiHimd Intelligent, white citizens,
guilty of no crime known to the law, and
not even charged with an Indictable of
fense, denied tho privilege of voting for
tho lowest olllce, under tho Iuwh of tho
.State. Not ono of this vast number enn
hold an olllce, not oven the most trilling,
although overy voter In lls tow,uehlp or
uauuty mlhl desire to (Confer It upon
Thin i?oiHHtffirWf Vtnlrs lnrf 'existed
ilnco tho close, ,of thu war, the radical
party In the meiui time Investing 'icvetl
latindrod Uiottulritl southern negroes wUh
the ballot, without even extending an
Inquiry ifj to their tiuu durjng.'tho.war,
r their capacity to use it Intelligently.'
An 1 during all this while oulhuiastici
radicals have been hinging hXlH to. a
icstorcd Union, n happv people and 'a
prompt roiw con ii try ! Toconttunplatesuch
a. Htutc or affairs -wltli any degree of
I ntlcncc, I- to ihwueM the forbeMranee of
a "aln1, ...
A COr.UltHJ MAN AT W'OllK.
Tiic Arkansas 'Freeman'-is tho name
it n new weekly paper that reauhos us
from Llttlf Hock. Ills owned and edited
by a c l,red man named TM CIom, a ,
lavo up to tho time of tUeselJire of hit-
lie Uiioit oy uio leuerai lorces inai iaoos i
ifr. s is u true friend of hl rat-p, his pK-
... i..,.a - ..i.i i.... i... i
w. .v, B.,. , ....,..,
... l.j.liM.irr .... Illlff. Iulli. ''Ill..ffnllh(l.lll.
..-i .... inviK.ui.-n, ...v ."..w..,.lf,
paragraph, aimed at nrotlier Dnrtoii, the
engiiiiir of the Little IOiuk radical ring,
1 1, probably, conclusive:
I linvp got my foot on ids neck at iat,
and will keep it there, lie shad hear
from mu in every county In Arkansas
... . i. . :.ii..t .
. ' i " luc rauiuui iianv, wno are ,
robbing the people of their hard earii'
nigs, uy way or taxation."
And, true to his promise, Tabbs Gross J
is making the tour of Arkanoat, speaking
to large crowds of black-and whites, and '
giving tlio radical party perfect broad-
?i.i. .ai j. I., i , I- ..
ldes of the hottest kind of shot.
POUllCAI. SOTJSS.
The Iowa democracy, In their state '
convention, Ignored the fifteenth ante
iiid- i
ight
..i it i. ..i.... ...i.it. i
im-iii i.iii.ii, i.n,...v
to pledge the party agalunt it.
Kenton Is at HadtHi linden, and Hugh ,
If.., tl.... ...i. II lu Hi., u.ip.l ll.li.ir tin, I
, ... ; n ...i. 1
ever happened to the great gambling
eaiimi. lixed. A man w.io na goi money be-
Mr. r.outwell savessix percent, in In- , comes richer Tlit system is radically
lerest in buying bond, and loses twenty- unjust, and the debt contracted ou our
five per ceut iu buying them at the pres- i sspanded currency should bo paid in the
cut premium. If by tho 4th oi March 1 samo currency. Tho dollar which is
next lie aliall havo Iwnight SlOO.OOO.OOJ of p Id uliould lie tho snmo as the dollar
bond, ho will havo puld-supposing the which was loaned The w hole jiollcy of
n esent premium tocontlntie-iOOO.tWO luiliiisdrailoii should bu revurscd. Pay
mrie for thum than lie would have douo the dht accordiiiK to the contract. Pay
had he redeemed thorn In treasury notes It In money as valuable us that which
Ought tho country to rejoice over the w is received for it. Pay it In legal teu
savlug of W.000,000, or to regret that it lors; abolish tlie national bank system;
has been cheated out of $i''000,000? pay oil tho bonds on which they aro
I Chicago 'Times.' 1 founded; save tlie yearly intercut, and
.... . ,. , ,,i . . i. . i use overy appliance or economy and
ThoiNoworU 'J-.xpru.uT Is disgusted n,a,mgeineni In advancing this policy,
with Judicial injunctions, and predicts , Then, whew the debt Is pild and taxes
that, uulosj the Judges pay moro respt-ct reduced-wheti sovcnty-llvo millions sur-
in law iiriwilunt mid nrinoinle the fice auiiually for government use when
to law, receuent nnu principle, ino a), pro.)erty , MUUjecte(i to a Just rule of
people will have to combine and elect tuxatlon-tlien, If it bo advisable to coo-
eherifls pledged to pay but very Ilttlo res- tract the currency and resume specie
pect to the Injunctions of Judges. ' payments, it can bo ell'ected without dls-
...... vr , . . .. i . aster and inevitable Butrerlug.
C'attell, of Now Jersey nnd Philadel-'
phla, is reported to be willing to spend CWEAT XXPJiGTATlOXS.
i 100,000 to secure a legislature tlial will
re-elect him to the United States senate.
Tho Walker conservatives of Virginia
continue to exhibit tho liveliest satisfac
tion as to Mr. Hoar's auti-test-oath opin
Ion. The Wells' organs atlectto think
that It Is not exactly thu correct thing,
but they are willing tosubnilt toll, being
nothing if not pro eminently meek and
law-abiding. All parties still praise
Grant from whom all blcslugs How,
and tne Walkerltes very Justly express
thanks, also, to Horace Greeley. Mr.
Greeley is a big man in tho Old Domin
ion tlieso days.
A Mr Whicher, of Kvansvllle, had the
sum of $3,600 whioh lie kept in one of Ids
many trunks. Last Thursday ho had
occasion to take a look at It, and behold
it was gone. And such a scono as fol
lowed Is utterly indescribable
Tlio
police were, informed, and overy body
else, of his loss. Ho had been reduced to
extreme novortv aud was miserable. On
self. After moving tho monoy ho was
attacked by tho ague peculiar to Kvana
villo, and all recollection of tho removal
of tlio deposits; was shaken out of him.
That ho felt gooil over the discovery
may bo taken for granted.
o. J
The 'Post,' thu only radical paper in
Memphis, suspended on Saturday vdast.
It had boon subsisting at the public teat
and whoti cut oil', died. Iu other words
Gov. rionter deprived it of tlio public
printing.
-
Tho Hebrews of Kvaiisvillo rocently
hold a fair and festival from which they
realized tho haudsomo sum of $2,200 nei
cash. A bevy of "beautiful gypsey girls"
Is thanked for their active and oilectlvo
oo operatlou In the afl'air.
Thursday ho was rumaging in another woum oo icii nero in tuo city oi asn-
iniiilr niwi tiiorrt tv.m his monov ovL'rv and distributed among its me-
trunk, and there was tia monoj , o trj chiuius JUU, morciuult8 aml ,otci koep-
dollar of It, whoro ho had placed It him- erH nml i)rofc8!jouai o,, umi property
Till! NATIONAL ISSUES.
The Wont a or a fitntcMinnii.
A largo number of friends waited upon
tho Hon. Geo.' H. Pendleton, at'hjsYbsl-
ue.iee, ... n v, i i in.wiou upon a ,
jilted In'a speech oflm 'hour's tfu"ratfon.
From his published remarks we extract
the following
I can't pretend to iioll6vo what I know
to bo false: 1 can't sav the "Union in m-
tdored," when Virginia, Mississippi and
Texas aro under milltury governors, and
.H.....I. i.. ... . .......
vncn justice is administered ov drum-
liead court ruartlals; or that the"contl '
. . a w a . . 1
tutlon is maintained," when it is known
thai the Supremo Court Is only waiting
for an opportunity to declare tUe recon
struction ac'Sajineoii'-tHutional,
oppose the adoption of tho Klfteenth,
amcnilmenl, because it Is a material and , -
adioal change in ourj-ystcin of govern- cldelly or negroes, salil to have been pro
meiit, destroys tho relation of the .States j cured through an extensive system of
to the Union, degrades them and Uikes j frBU,i8. Noduiibt lliefniud.s wotenerpo
ffoni them without their eminent, that j ........i uv ...i.i.,, , , r,,-,iw.il. n-n
ossential attribute of a self governing ' r,llt 1 by,U "It0 "lt", aI'"1 for llc,r , v
,.xi.rcllt. t10 rl!,,t ()f HUjiI,Kt.. ullj
becnnoit was int(ndel to and will In-'
troduc
u neg o snfiraee in Ohio airalnst
tne win oi iter people Two years ago
Ill oHier people Two years ago 1
me people or onto, without distinction j
I if ttlirfV fllld fill 1 1 mrtituA t n trtrt
n fused to amend thdr.tate constitution! !
STH,,
,L.eve thai they 'Id
After full argument and full consider- i
I , . .... - ... '
ey 'liXvo chaht'e'd their
opinion, i-oojeei to ih adoption, is-cauic
'.v strongest luiplleatloii, It confers
n Congress and rorervoa to tin-.states
Ule rlKht to exe'ude from the ballot per-
... -
Son (j our own woue
ruee because of
nativity, creed, waut of oiliication or
poverty, and pniUibltstlie exelii-lon only ,
of another rai-e, and if the Interpretation
of Seiutors Morton and Howard can be
correct, under this amendment, tlio 1
I ?mAuu u"v """-'"f uermaus,
L-umoiio-., i-roieiiants or poor men, but
ll0, ..... .,, . M,,,,,.,,.!...
'Hie iat report or tlie secretari sliows
,lt. N ,!ir,n,;K $0,ai4 :m coin and S12.-
M4,0u in currency; why, to what good
purposes? The customs receipts of half
J'f are there, peojde paying f-lx per
foni ."r! ''i T Ini"in'' '''reiary
hoarding tills immense amount. Kach
month, with n great parade, he i-ells .
l from six to nine millions, and with the
proceeds ho burs bonds, giving 1!5 per
cent, above par for them, twine more
than they are redeemable for on their
face by law In eoulty they aro payable
'Kal tenders. Tho holders gavo ifgnl
,,i,. for ,,,. W,n
legal tenders
were not worth
more
than half what
they now are.
('ontraetion brine a universal fall In
('ontraetion bring'' h universal
the prlceofgoodsund labor, whlledebts,
UsJs nnu mll0.e(, ,nKnl,,ons remiln'
gome nf the results or tho proposed
National Exposition at Washington city
aro thus summed up by tho "prognostic
eating committee:"
"lt is estimated that seven squares of
ground will be required for the necessary
buildings, streets, avenues, etc. ; that five
millions of persons will visit the Exposi
tion, from whoso admission fees say
iilty cents each the sum of $2,600,000
will be realized; that 2-5,000 articles wl.ll
be on exhibition, each having its repre
sentative man, will, lt is fair to presume,
expend iu tlie city dally at least two dol
lars, making an aggregate of fifty thou
sand dollars thrown into circulation In
tlie city per day during the coutlnuanco
or the exposition, lu all probability six
months; that it is not improbable to sup
pose that tho average expenditure of
each of the five millions of visitors to tho
exposition would bo at least ten dollars
or twenty dollars, thus within six months
amounting to tlio enormous sum of fifty
to a hundred millions of dollars: that
theso almost fabulous sums of money
owners. A deliberate) calculation justi
fies the declaration that tho shareholders
twenty thousand, at a hundred dollars
each would rcallr.o from tholr Invest
ment a premium of at least sovciity-fWo
percent, while the pecuniary advantages
to the city would bo incalculable
Tho now Sonato of Kentucky will con
sist of two llepublicatis, two Independ
ents, and thirty-four Democrats. Tlio
House of Representatives will consist of
eight Republicans, and ninety-two Dem
ocrats. Tlio . Fifteenth , Amendment
will not stand much of a chance iu a
body like this.
Ex. Governor Yates returned homo
from California on Saturday last. Tho
fuel is mentioned that, on Ills arrival at
Chicago, ho was sober.
..Ill 1 a .a 1 r I.
Tho citizens of Evansville aro bending
their energies tind applying their money
itiadlrect'on that is sure to tell favorably
mid Immediately upon tho destiny or
tho city. , For instance, they nro nbout to
establish a line of Evansvlllo & Memphis4
trl-weekly packets. They havo establls-
ed a cotton market, and have already
reccIvod a bae of cotton of tlio growth
of 1809. I'liclr. tobacco market jljas
proveda grand success, the past years'
nales amounting to something over 6,000
hogsheads. Tho first hogshead of this
yoar's growtli was jold by them last Frl
ilny twenty days after tlie sale' of tho
first new hogshead iu the Cairo market.
o" -
hfi . flint fit I Mm f n twl n aaa .?. n i u
"u ---" .ianBcun.iim
made to Insure the eniesof at least 12,000
hogsheads during the ensuing season.
A commission is about to proceed to
tinftl.. Itf till, Willi 111 1.111 tl.t..u IV... flw. I.i.
,..t,i,.,.H i,n;f 'A..r,n,,t i
with their own consent and for a trl
Hingcnnipensatloh, ns mVro 'tools an(l'
i.. ,.
1U8"uu,uul",''y
It In Hlgnitiuaut that even the strong
Hupubllcan counties of Californa have
gone iJcmocratio uniy tiiree couutleH
outside of of .San Francisco havo been
heard from, CaLtvoru, Nevada and tiac
romcnto, all of which have heretofore
been f trongly Republican, but they now
elect Democratic members of the Lvgls
luturu by decided majorities.
.. , ,, ,., , .
r" women', rights women will hold
a grand woman's' labor convention In
Herlln, Prussia, on the Oth of November.
v..u. Ellf.iBI1,i w, L rei.resoi.ted In the
" ' ,,,,, . . ,
(ruiOUII Ifl .iliilt Ulilil. IT UIU iiUlV, C.llll
Illinois ill the persons of Mrs. Kato M
hoggett and Dr. Mary J. Hallbrd. The
two last named ladies are conversant
with the German language, and possess
talents of a IiIkIi order.
a lato dispatch from MemphU hays
l'87 ,U1 "
II u fL'ftrctl lh,lt u lttr portion of the
11.... I. .1.1 I... I
cotton crop will be lost through tho ilia
bllaty of thu planters ut obtain hands.
Iu many locations $2.60 to $3.00 per day
is offered Here Is employment for
hundreds of idle negro men and women
that Infest Cairo and other river towns
A Krencliman named Peter Miller
took a fatal dose of poison lu Chicago on
Friday last, because the radical admin
istration, by an undue contraction of the
currency, has rendered itdlillcult for a
poor man to make a living,
AWOUNCMI KXTS.
For 'nun! Trpitaurer.
WViru nuthorul to unnouncc that Wit urn Mai tin
willbo.cniltlAto f'JT County Treasurer of Alvxan
cvtinly. fcub:t to the di-otnion of the dcmocritiu
county conrrntion, to htM on the 'J I it mst. te
1'or County Jiiiljjr.
We arfl authorimt to announce that AUx.indtr C.
Hodf f 1 will to nn lntirputlont canilulat for tho of
fice of County Judg. subject only to th. ilonioaof
the roter of Ali'iundr r County. te
For noclittc Justice.
arc auihorirl to unnouin'o that Jamrn K.
UtCtlio will Ui aciii3Iiln:o for Attoolatc Jatic,bub
inittinghia claims to tb Uemoemtie county conten
tion, if nemloati't and flccltj ho wrrl, o hpalwayii
huilon, Iho people to tho lei' of hi nbil
iliM le
Far 'uuuty Clerk.
V at authorial! to aniioiince tint Jauoh (i.
I.yneh la candi'l.ne fiT rn-clivtionto tho offion of
C- unty CI ik. tub.oct in the ili .sion of It-o democrat
r county couirntion. i-iVio
For t'ouiity Trcunurrr.
We aroautlmrlioil toannnunroihat William A. ttod-
man i a candidate for re-oletion to the otlire of
County Tn aurir, sulyoet lo tho do.-iinui of Iho iloni
c ratio conutj; oourintion. flo
Fur Aaaoclaft' Jliallrr.
UV arc authorized 10 nnnuimeo that .Mi.Julm How.
ly will ) a candidate fur ro-rlection to tlio othto of
Aocito.Iuiitic-, -nibjxct to th decision of the ilom
o ruti.' county ronvonllon. o0lo
l'or Cuuuly rtiip't IMilillo hrhooln.
Wo aro nutlinrlu'dtonniioiiiiffl I V- llutlor, Kmj.,
hi a candidate for bounty 8tipcr!ntridi)tit of I'ublio
S.'hool for Aloxandci' county, nittjH!i to thodwUion
of th itotnocratieoounly coiucntion. t
For County Jtiriifu.
We ore aiUltorucd by the friendfl of P. liivaf In
anuoiinco lui namo a u pandidalu for thu oftioo of
County Judjo cubjoct to th division ofthodomo-
oratic0iuayxpjrvton A tc
Pur the t'oiiNtlluilunnl Cuiivvnllaii.
Wo nro uulhorineil lo aiiuoiun'o thoHon. William
J. AU' iiaaai andidHto for membership in tho.Coa.ti.
tutionnl Convcntloii from tin- l'ii't Iteproicntntlrj
liistn.'l, pompoapii of thecouiitioH of Union, Alexan
der and I'uhuU', hiiI ytx t to tlie d iion of tho Porno
oratio party. nuH td
1 i OAlll) I N O.JVur untleiiieii can get ibiy bnnrd
AJ inn tiriraio ;
woit ol Wnliiul.
rivnlo fam'ily.'nvSI Ninth Mjeot, iliinl door
J
H01 ED. WITTIG,
Lender of
wrrrni's sthl(J axd muss kani
dm iicconumulatn thn public vtilh the beat muklu
for concerts, ImIN, parties, pniadco, and serenadim,
on abort 'notice,
I.e-toiiH given fin every Instrument.
IloHidonco on Waihinjtim avenue, belwoeu Kourth
and Kiflhatreetn, Cnliii, Illlnoif.
N. II. Muilo forlwll, ote., fi'inlhd, from on to
eight men. wisalif
NB W AI) VB ItTLS BiUENTS.
REGULAR CAIHO AND EASTPOHT
WEEKLY PAOKMT.
STfiAlUCEfi A. ItAKMC.
I.Cl
Cuiro "fi-rv Mn.VPA
cUm ponrl
ni-cimn Milh trnnn
ftf P.-trivWn forlClnrk-
Ttiir. nnl C.J6inntvmil wlili trams far ffnslivilltfi
imiiwk
sclMir
A GENTrf WANTED FOR
cin.VMiti;nti,i s
jCOn. THE' PEOPIiTR
( "nU.mi.nr
Full Tntrni't,i.i,- ami I'i.i. IujiI r, r,,. , i.. t-. .
-ry Kit"! i f l!ui.in.f At.il'to nil' i?Tc f. h of tiic
uiiinn.
l.V TIUMC rifAMIlKIU.lS.
f tho t'tnv"! 'tntm liar
"t Kfr mil', ln.i.k f th' kih'f irlm I. will t.iW. r,.i,lt
with it f'TMiiilifiiiK iiy, iihmIib.ii mi,) coinpl i
ni.." printftt-M, iNiaai-.i lU'pnbli' nn,'
TllllllllfNI,r NKW HOOK of Oik Irlml r.uh
llnliwl firniiMiv yi-iir. It U iri-()nrc. l.y an iiWf
rii.M.1 it .Mi I. hli.oi litiil) nv ycurn' rtpcrl
once, Mid mju-t wlmt t-c-r l.dy ny(' for lirlly yn.
it is nifjnij- rwnrnmii'iiii l.y mnny eiiilil6ritiUt!?w.
iiicltulluu tho ChU'f -Jtir nn-lotliur JmlrtMOf Mn-
HoiiuM'ti, anu in tinci Jiutirnaml tntlro bcouh nf
Snl.l culy l.y uliwriptmn. AOII.NTS WAN'THP
KVi:vwtirilKt Hnu r,GIruTftr. iC' P
O. I. OASirA Crt , rnMiH-rn, llarlfonirronn. i No.
1 Hptuco (., New York i Cinvinnati, U. , unl (.'lilongo.
CAtrno.v.
An t, UirJicok, pulilolunl irmnj vmn bro, linn
iul lin hi-itlly if.--iifl m "a new lnwik,'' witliout
etrn MiMnl'li-rpvlu ii of ii oWlet iHlcinenln
ioiit tuniuiiml llmi work with Cl.amlcrlln'n
lloolt fi tli I'fnplf. rll,lulw
jylT"MIM1MywwMa'1Mlr.'Wi--
. FOR SALE.
Flllt HAI.K. CIIKAP-Xrir Oiittrit! nnil thrcf
liiU.rr.rnvr l.w iuiiin, Sixtci-nih mrefi.
mirlltf (IKKKN v H1I,1U:HT. Attr."
IOtt Hl.i: shiitioT umpplriK pair litTliV
olficoor the KvciitiK'llulti-titi.t iltf
pOU BALE.
VVRK liltED HOGS AND FOWLS
Winter Scoil Wlu nt.
Amlothfr I'AICM HKr. from DtiTi'n Eirmixtx
tai KAHK.C'luiiiiU fulHjrs, I'n.
Plfhl'x nuil nniulitnn It'srillr; VWrk'irnndTrrail
hcII'k Krilil Wlul v Iwit-; Frrm-li Whitnaml llvl
Clmili 1'iirplv St.w Hour 'eil II i Mtililnrr.tiicni, nmt
r;nnan Ainlr lii nli-, r tlio liont, rarlici-tl lun'
lout mill mnM prixliirtiT Wlu-au that cm lio rcoin-mi-mi'!
for KrnrlctiltUatlon. Uric Spr li(il
!. 4 ikhiu'U of unr kink liv mull: unit wuil. fnrSt.
1 wmiy hc.ul.of tlitti-rt'iit nrirliii'nt i oit paiil, fur
tl. Twenty iillirttiii-lls of Wht llnrlry nnil OhIf
oi ii j.iir impoiution 'I'mua exprrlinrn.
tl pMrm journal;' m-nd Anil miti-criN' fur It; nnlr 11 U
piTjrar; thn mii n.nful ournal prlmvil. MUltrr
(iKO. A. m:Ti. Chimbcrhurt, V:
nrptlwlt
WANTS.
WA.Ti:i-Atexundrr Coumy Ordcrx, at SO eta.
and City Scrip atrAcntaonth dollar, for kJI
kind of I.umUT mid Hull lirn' MatfriaN.
lanlMtl W. W, TIIOIt.NTO.V.
TA' ri:i, Thoo ilr.irtiiK Uiard, liv day or
II wei'k. ll l wc-ninnioiluKxl at Mn. Itiilnmn
rornr of Heventli utroi-t loid Wftililnnton aonuo.
.-.ins. sr w firr tiiivk uoaru I at vj pt'rwt-cK
board and lodi)ins. aulH Im
CLOTHING.
N
'FAV CLOmiXG!
B-eor.'ytliiJic Promli
UAIttJAIXS FOH TUK PEOPLE!
?iim.i:k v mii.lkh,
HavinR oloed out their old atorU of Clothing, rwo
brouglit on b
I.nrgc mid .SpUmtlltl Stock
Which cmbrMeieTcry kind of
Pitalilounblu 4Jci tie lueu'it WHir,
And auoh a m uitiul toall c)mo.
Thy would aak cpee!al attention to lhr uppiy of
ZXatM and Oapu,
Inwhi. h thfT profosn to lead the market AWo lo
tin..
Ih'cc CIoimIn,
Whioh euibition nil aiylei of Clotlm, Caimer,
TwohIii, etc., Ironi which they mnoufaoturs
CI.OTIII.VU TO oim:k,
Iu IIib tet manner, mid lrioly fablonsble. Thoir
slot k of
CaViittamrii'M FurnlaibliiK Goods
la lerymmplete, includinc many uoveltle.i never
foie biousht tothiamarkwl.
TKl'NK-
OV KVKIlVHTYI.i:. VALUK8, CARl'RT
HACKS, KT( .
AHUied oi thou nbilitv to U RnoiU frnm their mm
Html;, cheaper tnan over bolero, they rely on t ilia
erinuuatini; public tu oxtcudthem the pntionnu they
ilonervn. - w auJl dif
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T
HE QEILMAN SCHOOL.
I'll OF. M.
VlltSCHIXb', PIUXCIPAL.
; , f , u
thli vroll-eatnblUhoil iiuliiulion liaj entered tipi-n
its aixtn votir under tho moat nattering nunpice).
Tho principal. I'rof. JS'iyacliinic. Ja fv.thorough (ler
man nnd l.nlllreho!arrntid an'exix'rienceil edu
cator. .Pupils therefore o,pnhavo oxcllem inalrue
lion in both iho (lerti'imnind Kngliah 'lan;ui4.
Tuition very low .
Pupils may hi entered at uny tune .
eptemliiT ILlMfl. lni
CARPENTERING.
JOHN MAW) UN, ,, f
(JAKPEMKK AND BUILDER
iflUR TWELF7U STREET,
BKl'WKKN rOl'LAB 8TBEKT AND WASIUNaTON
UecSJtfl AVENUE.
SWEET mJINIME-TliegenuIno article to b
had llarclaya'. Quinine freofrtia kltUrseaa, taal
jet oaatalnlnsall thotlrlneatf nwaw qaialo. - I
HOTELS.
gAINT CIIAHLKS IIOTKL,
Oo.lx-0, Illinois!.
) . "
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
Tht only FIltST.CL'ASS IIOTKL inCatro
t.i mm In tlio most nfxccptlnnaMoordorforiiucU.
imtlng untlergon
TIIOKOUfjIE IlEiVOVATION
The pant Summer.
Torxuw, ifiO. OO Por xa,y-
KKK Cirrlrtl lo nnd from tlie.IIotcl
, rr or ctiM-fjc ,
Day Ilvarcf, Tuenty-Fite Dollars per month
JKWfnr wjlco.v co.,
''roprlciorii.
dr2Mtf
SIGN ANrOrAMENTAL PAINTNG
ii. Tin: T.oupiTn
CAIltO,
IM.I.VOIS.
rhU InMltiit'on M-ns foiiiiili-,1 lii 1.S03.
n ml ChiiriiTco ly -tic Sfntc or '
llllniiln lu lnii.l.
TFItJJNi
llnrd nnd Tuition. ini iidlngl. nnd boddlnit.
w.mliliie and i-tatinnery, per lorm of tlva
Mualo, dniioiiiK, paintVn'ff nTi
..-1 au. kii-i iiii'Tiniiiiuu nrMir io uht
0
AitL L. THOMAS,
SIGN A XI) OILNAMLWTAL PAI.VPKH,
Slioi-Iu (ho Uaement of t!i fly atlonal Hank
tmlldlnjr, on Ohio I.otp.
Cairo, Illiuoiw.
decSltf
J1HOOM FACTOHY.
QAIHO IJItOOM .MANUFAOTOUY.
V. KM'KKK & UKOTHKR,
Having pi-rfi-clrd their arrangement for the manufac
ture of llrwimt In till oily, aro now prepared to QJ
orderaat a
Xjospct 3?riooM
A tho aiuo qualillf i of brooms can be purchased aay.
whero.
Drdorii left at thnidore nf O. I). Williamion, M OhU
I.eveo, or at tha
nniitiUctory, Fiiurtrentli otreot, betwcea
tMkliiut nnUCcilnr,
Will bo pronipUy attendel to.
Orders by mail alinuhl Imi add re veil to
W, r. M'KKEAUIIO.,
I'. O. lU.x ffl.
upMif Cairo, lillnoif.
STKAMBOATS 7 '
JOU KASTl'OItT AND WATERLOO
KKfaliL Alt TllTH.SII.tV IMCHKT.
-IT" Tim lurlit flntutrlit kteftlimr A I.I II Ai
T . ItVJtAN. JlaMer, W. K. IIVKKH.
II loave for tho alxiiu and all Intermedial
poinli on
TEN.NESSK KIVKIt, liVF.ItV TIlUttriDAV r.VKS-1
l.MJ.
Th Atnha connecli I'loneh at IMnvill with train
forC'larkatllle, liowluiK Op-en and LouliTille, aa
at Jolmnonvillo with tnunn fur Nnilivillr. .
Iteturnlnc a lie counoota at Ciilro witn atoamera aoai
train for all ointn. aultf '
QAIHO AND PADUOAU
Tke llht draught puuenRer Bteamer
WH. WII1TK,
K. V. NORTHERN .fatr,-
J. M. UKVlCHl.Yr... ... .. ...w..M....-...-.-..Cier,
Wil. make rewiler PAU.r Tltlty between Cairo aoi
I'adueah, leavinK Cairo every eTcnins (Sundayi
eepled) at the o'clock.
Th White connecla at Tadueali wit v the New Orleafl
and Ohio railroad, and tho Cumberland and Tennaaa
river packet. ....
K.r fre.Rht or P,..r. alj bgjgj f
lanUdti Cairo, llllnola.
GROCECERIES, LIQUORS.
SMVTH Ac OO .
B.
U IIOI.KSAIiE koci:ks,
OHIO LEVEE, - VAUtO, ILLISOIH
SCttAKS, C0FFKES, TEAS, SYKUPS,'
Molaiiea, Tobacco, Clara,
Ish, Caudles, Woodeuwurp, WIHowWare
JSTfv OilsB. 3PAlxxta.
VA IINLWES, lilt USEES,
WimloW'UliiNM, Putty liime,
Cemrnf, Plmlcd'arit, Gunpowder
Olit Hye, 9lonoiiKnhrl anil Bourtoav
v .WHISKIES.
AUo Ireeiiil cpMtMilty' hand a most complete
atoekof h ...
SCOTCHL'AND IRISH WHISKY, . ODi
Portt JUdclra. Sherry nnU Catawba
J. HlEUi CO'S CELEJiltATED WHhEL-
Pk :ixa ALE,
Wo toll exclusively tor CASH, to which we invite th.
afiAnllAn nf ninki. eniih huvnri.
teniionntcii
ItarXtioidHl ii
ttarxtioidHi attention pant to filling order
decSl'CSdtf
PAINTER'S MATERIALS.
Jg F. PARKKH-,
Dealer in
WMITK LEAD, ZINC AND OILS,
WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY
Hruahta, W.l Pauer aud WhUaW Jf
Mhaaca- " ,
85 OHJp LEVEq..,,it.,.,..AIRO, ILL

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