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"u ockrill. Arkansas.
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accommodate regular or Iron-1
In a good style anu on moucr-
riway. .tckeU wltt. th, wjl
beer, uniwriru u
, Cigars, etc. Patronage re-
e, 48 column, monthly lrniga-
following Cbroiuos. We do
These wiu be milieu tree upun
nililll IJIICC Ul VLl V SUXnHfcl M V
erne" "iuo Muiy
Vtiu" ml Mlraiiilr on Tlie
tnmttt ' illflhiml (Tout."
from steel of either mccher,
c Mnikllii nn trinl rnr
ALBKltT A. UC0EL.
1 PIIH.l 1JULLUL.3 UVII
j. you will regret it.
i Id the world that wtiblui
t m..... r..m.. it
r, aud Itsluto any tub. Clothes
i'litmrled. and It Will WaiU
t near or tear the clothes.
. I.sw rlcu ml ft? AO.
uk it catlly. It washes,
Altf skirts, collars aud wrist
It Uefavorho everywhere. All
la. nlli tiliait kittiil ti.
yua waatier by exprcsa,
tverjr where. Forteruitand
day of June
f lift, lit (win. .
amino boob. the time.
Imported S m the plwo of lioldtag luch comer
It SUte will be entitled to a renrcsoii
Cool, iut to double the number ot Its
-ni "tin rejirvaeuiaiiirs in iuo con
W 6 of the United States; and the tcrrl-
on hf Colorado, whose ndmlislon In July
l.taate will gtvo It a veto In the next
Vrtrft LM eoiiego, iiiusoinviieu to tend uei'
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lnnraur, conservative aim omcr cm-
tthc Unltod States, Irrespective of
lLOKFi'Htlc atioclatloni, ileslrlnR to co
awlth the Democratic party In Its
-r "At ((torts and objects, arc cordially In-
"-''to Join In lending delegate to the
convention. Co-operation li ile
from all persons who would change
CnuvRR'hnluUtratlon that has pd'erod the
l eredlt to become and remain Inferior
er aid lct favored nitidis ; has per-
rrii eommcrec j t taken away by for
,v" inurrri hu alined trail h nnlllkl.
- . J f
tVA veil uuuiual taxation and rendorcd it
vuraentotno; has changed growing
rlty Into widespread atiflerinif and
S V baa aquandercd tbo publlo monoye
ally and defiantly, and liamclet!ly
be power that ohoultl have been r;vllt
lfh crime, to protect It.
thcie and other reason;) the national
ratio party deem the publln danger
Cut. and earnestly desirous of secur
our country the bleating or an
i1 nurn ntul TrAn Lfnvnrniiii.til'.
av ' " n -
u.cltlzcns In the ellort to attain this
a-n, w4u,ijarnum, Connecticut
) licasten, Delaware.
,rh,,. ,s K. Dyke, lot-Ida.
. i u.iI'wlon Ooorgla.
which th.i McCorrolck.IlllnoU.
bargaiaAa Dowllng, Indiana.
"5. Eaton , Kansa.
D. llcllcnry, Kentucky.
ADOD. Ogden. Loultinu.
1. Sweat, Maine.
A. Moore. Mlsblgau.
i Locbrcn, Minnesota.
rilAlir I'rlent, Missouri.
. Williams, Nevada.
'I. Edgcrly, New Hampshire,
. KanaoiPQ, new tiersey.
Itansom, North Carolina.
fTftfirfK. KolUy, Oregon.
wOV. Barr, rcnnsylvanla.
. as Van Slyck, Uhode IMand.
CAIv, Simons, South Carolina.
ill. Data, Tennessee.
vvt .uUley, Vermont.
FHY!oode. Jr., Virginia.
itoge. csi Virginia.
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JjJ,P - -J
USTUS SOHKLt., Sew York,
Men 0. riUNCZ.'Massachusett", '
Offlcetci.iry MW5iShf aa, ltffo.
ailBK ufiiiti Eldest Ron ur
fit, Milwaukee Wisconsin jirlnta un In
J ifi letter from Mr. K. D. flolton, of
wttaV, datetl Port Said, Egjpt, Feb
;rai hlono wn? polltu enough to
i to Hiierecr l'ashn, the khcdlvo's
CAilt'r ofstato. Our meeting was held
iiiiasna'8 palace nt nine nVlork in
t.1.nV'fJrnlnJ''' lV nppolntment. We were
imiiHi, mm nau noc Jong Dcen
before his excellency entered. He
Wlna years ot age. Ills dress and man
Bar. re thoroughly I'arlslan.yio woro
k drcpa coat, light pnntaloon,
larseiiies vest, and larendcr-col
I V?VC8 nnd ,vas altogether thomost
w (Mr and tastefully dressed gentle.
ve met. Tho subject ol our in
0-.s lue American Centennial
UK Mm at Philadelphia. Our coiiver
)k quite awldoscope upon tho
; tendency ol such comparison
w.'tsaiid Inter-communlcatlou of
Is wrought by International ex.
i. Hie minister criticised the
loscn by Americans ns being
Kir alter tbo Vienna Exposition. Mv
s placed upon the nil-controlling
'timo hi American history which
t3u tiio United States to choose
luslon of Its centennial year foi
act of its Exposition and Its in
ior the nations tojolu therein,
ling tho general correctness ol the
position, I ventured to oiler tho
that no other International expo
as likely to occur within the
ntury. Our Interview lasted an
Meie seemed fully acquainted
who igh character of our median!.
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tucky,EJfypt wag desirous to co
lhroaU wa' It could for their In
,ure' to this country, and inquired
3j)cn a warehouse with a stock
lltlltnl l.ll.tll.MM.lta .....1
you ui,'iimww unit uuier
jjajj. Such a move would be wd
cep' tho govcrumcut, aud conccs
Aii uuiics sor its cucour.
yot would be made. This af.
ne an opportunity to call
Aeucy's attention to the cxcsllent
UUVlVMt inlrrlif nviuuit n ..ol.. II
. ' Vrf.A'VVfr IV IIIU ,1
! rhcr representative men were
"Vie Exposition at Philadelphia.
Iso brought us to tho main
. id In view in meeting tho secrc
bu-U?. Would thekhedlve tend
bons1"1' "l4 oldcet ou and heir, to
, Ui;ncut of Americay The mln
Tied that the khcdlve had an
his purpose to do so. and lu
(limy Inquiry If there was any
er)'n giving, notoriety to that pur-
Meniere wa not. Therefore It is
TH'tt Yrwvf tliaf Mila flm. Ani,iH
in1l.lijil vvill.ier 1!!iwiill.n ...111
lyimK ;vu BJ ymu mill
Ult'e!phla. Acoompguled by
mort x,(1 n ,utcrTl0W w"h tW
prince nt tils own palace, ntul found Mm
much Interested In his proposed journey.
Ill father ni yet 1ms notlvcn lilmtiU
order, hut had many Inquiries to inako
about hi journey, which I was happy
nt heinjc able to answer."
The MlKhtjr mill Myalrrloiini
Arnin a whlrh
Throuah' tlie Parr ot Ih
A .S'mm reporter paid n vlll to tlie ma
chine shop ol Messrs. .Sergeant & Chll
llngswortli, hi this city, where one of the
Kcclcy motor generators Is being made.
It Is intended to be of one hundred-horse,
but by operating It rapidly It will give
n power ot three hundred horses. Its
height will be about seven add n half
feet. At present tho parts nrc either ly
ing completed on the floor or In process
of preparation. Among the former Is n
bed ot cast Iron, seven nud u half feet
long and three feet seven Inches wide,
upon which the superstructure of chain
hers and their nccessory tubes will be
raised. The chambers arc about two
feet lu diameter, and vary In height from
two to two and n halt feet. They are of
massive steel, nud their hollows vary
Irom four to six Inches lu diameter, leav
ing the walls necessarily of very great
thickness and capable of bearing alienor-
mous jfessure. Tho dilllonlty has hith
erto been In obtaining metal which
would retain the vapor.
Experiments with a generator of about
lltty liorto power on low pressure gave
entire satisfaction to the company, and
Mr. Kcclcy was advised to construct a
larger machine. He therefore, two years
ago, began one ol 1,000 liorso power, to
be endowed witli sutllclcnt strength to
stand tho requisite force with ncrlcct
safety. Tlie next experiment was with
a generator of 1,000 horse power, con
structed ot gun metal. A pressure of
0,000 pounds to tho square Inch did not
burst this metal, hut caused the vapor to
ooze completely through its pores, much
to the astonishment of the bystanders.
This gun metal was of tho belt compo
sition used, and comprised 80 per cent, of
copper, 14 per cent, or tin, and the rest
of lend and zinc. It was then thought
that phosphor bronze would answer the
purpose, but thu vapor ooscd through
that at a still less pressure. Tho virtues
of wrought-lioii and steel aro now to
ba tried. Tho chambers of Mr. Kecley's
1,000 horse power generator In Philadel
phia, have stood a pressure ot 25,300
pounds to the square inch In tlie lower
part, nud 10,000 pouuds lu the upper, and
retained the vapor, but a small globe at
the top of ono of them, which it was
thought could bo safely constructed of
gun metal, allowed the vapor to escape.
A new one is under construction, to
gether with some minor parts, and by
J unci a trial will probably be made, and
one small machine of live horse power
will likewise be tried. Tho chambers
have stood a pressure of 10,000 pounds
The inventor and tho stockholders are
perfectly satisfied of the feasibility of the
theory. The only point now Is to cct
metal sulllcicntly dense enough to retain
Win... 1. .
tirir.vj oicauVHlVciy ircate a pressure
of over two huudred pounds to the square
inch, the enormous force of tho Kceloy
motor, ami its immense capacity for pro'
pulsion, can be realized. The power will
oc generated by a vaporizing of water
mechanically, nud without the aid or
heat. Tho expense of fuel will thus bo
saved. Those interested claim to have
been misunderstood In saying that a phi
of water only would be needed for the
propulsion of n train of cars between this
city and Philadelphia and back. They
meant that It Ilvo gallons were used for
an engine of one hundred horso power,
n pint only might be lost by vnporlza
tlon through tho pores of tho metal
Koncnt all might bo lost. The water.
nftcr being vaporized, and passing
through the various tubes and chambers,
docs its allotted work upon the engine,
is rc'condcnscd into its former state, and
again becoming vaporized, starts again
upon its mission ot mighty pressure.
Tbo capital stock of the Kcclcy Motor
company is $1,000,000, divided in 20,
000 shares. Many shareholders, dis
heartened at tho repeated failures, and
tho adverse comments of selcntlilc men,
have sold out at a heavy loss, but others
are hopciul. Anv York .S'mm.
Alcorn nud Ainea.
V ASiu.NinoN, May 10 Morton nnd
his followers arc not going to make any
such capital out ol the Mississippi inves
tigation as they had planned. .Somo se
cret sessions have been held In tills city,
and coiilltctlng testimony has set the two
wings or tlie Kepubllcans by tlie cars.
Alcorn has not for somo tluio been very
cordially Inclined to Ames, who was
summoned before tho committee, broke
out In a denunciation of Alcorn'n course.
accusing him of treachery to tho blacks
ana disloyalty to his party. Ho went on
to show by Inrcreuco that Alcorn had
been mainly Instrumental for the
LOSS or MISSISSHTI
to the Itcpubllcan party. Thu commit,
tee's sessions are all secret, but it was
made known to Alcorn that ho was being
made tlie scapegoat lor Ames' criminali
ties and Imbecilities, and ho broko out in
violent indignation nnd denounced the
commlttco for permitting an Impeached
and Olagraccd fellow liko Ames to go be
fore a star-chamber tribunal to blacken
tho character or his betters. Tho conse
quence is Morton ami his blood-and.boucs
brood aro considerably perplexed. Tho
testimony ol Alcorn will go to show that
it was through tho eruptions and
crimes of Ames that the State was lost
to tho party, whllo Ames, who is by no
means without a following, will show
that Alcorn Is
Till'. CAl'Sf. ok all tuk misciiihf.
When the facts aro all presented tho
Ames-Alcorn rule in Mlsslsslpl will bo
proved tho most cruel, raoaclous, and
criminal of any of tho overturned States.
Alcorn himself has been heard to boast
a good Jokeol addresslug negro Judgra
Who sat on the bench with a book upside
down In their hands, deciding the gravest
cncs of equity, lie was particularly
merry about one decision where a
trlckcd-out negro, who could neither read
nor write, alllrmed away the property of
a widow, mother of n largo family
oi young children. Against this
ntroctous outrage there was no appeal.
W hen tho committee get at work him
dreds ol eacs of this character will be
shown, Ames putting the blame on
Alcorn nnd Alcorn on Ames.
JUDGE BAKO'S 8FEECH FOR THE PltOS-
ECUII0N IN THE MUlfH CASE.
lli Itrvlrw tlif lenience. nuilTrlis
to Prn tlnit lliv M-lrmlniit In (inlliy
Tho evidence on both sides hi the trial
of 1). W. Miinn, for complicity In whiky
frauds was closed yesterday, i no argu
ments of counsel to tho lurv were en
tercd upon, at the opening of court this
morning. Mr. Dexter was expected to
make the final suminluiMii) for the prose
cution, but, as he has been unavoidably ab
sent durlnir the greater portion ot the
trial, the programme nail to dc changed,
giving Judge Hangs thu opening nud .Mr.
Ayertha closing. .Messrs. Doolittlu and
Ingcrsoll will sum up for tho defence.
DISTIIICS ATIon.NIIV IIANIIS
commenced his address to tho jury by re
ferring to the importance and ulllleulty of
thu duties of the jury. The case is of es
pecial Importance to tho defendant. He
is a man of standing, character, educa
tion, n man who has been honored with
Important public otllccs. The theory of
tho defendant's counsel Is that he, uu In
nocent man, walks tremblingly into
court, while guilt walks hi without alarm.
If this bo so, then ho is entitled to the
beuellt of that fact. On the other hand
tlie case 1 ol' Importance to t lie common
wealth. While Innocence should bo pro
tected, there should be no
on the part of tho jury for a criminal who
lias trailed his good character In the mlro,
tho filth, and the degradation of crime.
The government, the jury, tho court, the
public, have no interest in tho conviction
ol an Innocent man. Personally, hu
would bo glad to sco Daniel W. Munn
vindicated. You have seen, tlav niter day,
the ualy facts presented, polntlnir with
their index lingers at this defendant.
They look like the linger of doom. It Is
necessary to review tins entire situation.
His character and standing must be taken
into account In order to obtain the bear
ing of all thei-o facts. What arc these
facts V The government has carefully
provided n system of revenue,
skco.M) to jiuxi: on' liAitrii
hi the facilities allbrdcd for tho tcrrctlng
out of fraud. The counsel have read to
tho jury the regulf tlons governing distil
leries ami rectlllcrs, showing how careful
precautions tho government have taken
to guard against fraud. The regulations
allcctlng gaugcrs and storekeepers were
.Mr. Munn was a Supervisor, u stipe,
rlor ofllccr. ranklmr even the Collector,
whom he can set nsldo aud turn out. If
he suspects fraud. Wo will show that
Munn had no excuse on earth for not un
dcrstaiidinir all these thlnns. and for not
'discovering these frauds. Ho Is a law
yer, and ho had a year oeiorc tnesc com
menced to look lu into the matter and In
form himself. Ills duties were to super
vise the whole business, nnd he had cor
respondini; powers, ami lie has no ex
cusc for not exercising them. Judgi
Hangs read to tho Jury tlie several see
tlons of the law relative to the powers
and duties, ot supervisors. ?iow wnat
ho rrs; i
army ol gangers and storekeepers. He
came ucco ami lound Mr. lrvln ns Col
lector, and Hoyt, Mlnty and others. A
honest man, who has no proclivities to
uo easily icmpteii, count no more nav
breathed in tho atmosphere ho found
here among the distillers and at tho co
lector's otllte, than an angel could
nreaino in topiict, without being put on
msKiiuni. n nai was ins situation t j
whole army of thluvcs, stealing nil th
nine, ami .iiunu tne only nonesi man
among tncui. Ho came In contact with
ithcm, Jloyt, Irwin, Ilrldires, Minty : III
whole contact was of contamination. He
must citiicr nave gono in with them, or
raise an explosion anu clean i uciii nil out
There is no escape from these conclu
sions on general principals. Do we lliu
mm uiscovcrinz fraud r Not nt nil. W
And him on intimate terms with all these
men. iiiciiuiinif conkl no-, of M lunulas
no. . '
mere was u
between Munn nud the illstlllcrx nml
rectlllcrs necessarily. He had no bus!
ness to smooth over anything which ho
icunu uiai was wrong, n no Hadn't the
necessary courage, pluck nnd honesty
to take such a position, he had no htiJ.
ness to have held on to tho place. What
uiu ne uo r lie v sited t hes d st hr pa
some of them three or lour times In the
course oi as many years. Instead of at
rmimnr In lila iliiMnu li.. ln.. n .. ..
W .... ,11, ,,,13 iUaillljj
.and allowing these frauds to co on.
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i, nun ne n.iu uiu eai-uiarhs oi irauu in
sight, at Itoelle X Junker's : when lu
found empty barrels with stamps on them
at Golscn & Kastman's ; when ho found
inai mere was irregularity in tho stamps
sent to Pittsburgh, and wrote a
to V iishington, which he knew nt the
timo was laisu: at l'urkur. M-nnn's nml
itusseirs, wnero mo boohs had not heeii
writtcu up, what does hu do V ltn
smooths all ol those things over in plain
viuiiuiuii ui ins uiiiy.
Jlldco HatlL's licre read tho testlmom-
givcu, as to iuo several incidents men
tioned, and reviewed thu I'ittsburir trans
action at considerablu length. Tho letter
ot juunn to i no department was read and
severely commented on. Jitiiin was to'l-
lllir a Wholu liu bv (elllnir half I hi, ft-uMi.
Ho was labricatitig an exciiso for them.
This clrouuistnneo alono is enough to sus
tain tills charge; on this alono you miiht
either find Munn an idiot, which ho is
not, or a ro-ruc. l hero is no hvnot nsU
of Innocence on which thesu facts can be
explained. Thuy tiru utterly conclusive.
i lie llndlng of tho empty barrels at Uol-
sen it r.astuiairs was next referred to. It
might liavo hceii a mistake nrobahlv
was. Hut still it was a violation ol thu
law, nun .nunu
WAS llOUNli nv LAW
to maku a report of tho transaction to the
ucparimcnt, wnicu lie did not. J or this
transaction Aiiinn received SLOW) from
Junker. Ingcrsoll cuiight at that, nnd
wanted to know what need there wn nf
paying him If ho was already In tho ling.
Itehm didn't think thorn was nnv nnoil r,r
It. li in .viu ill was like tlie. lmv w in
wanted his wages raised every morning.
rneir original understanding needed to
uo strengthened n little, and so Junker
looxeu at it, anu nenco they gave Muiin
tho $1,000. Ingcrsoll, with all his won
dcrful fertility ot explanation, wns in.
Iteu (0 exnlllill these two traiieflpllniia.
Munn Was also bound to rennrttlm Vr.iv
England rum barrels at Mason's house
Without Stamns. He dill not miinrf tln.cn
becauso ho was receiving money all along
from these men. Tho defense had two
points. They say that these circumstan
ces are compatible with Innocence. Then
they denounce itohmnsthe oftseourlng
0,riu0..w??ltl: Tho speaker wouldn't
claim that lleliiu it n
l'ATTKH.V Ol' II0NK9TV.
nor was tho rost or them. Such trans
actions ns are shown In tills whisky busi
ness are not calculated to brln forth hon
est men. There Is no doubt that Kchm
was thu head-centre of the w hole ring.
uu is ns ncn kiiowii in tne city ol ( in
cago ns any man lu It, and. It his reputa
i on lor truth and veracity Is assailable,
t icy could have brought one man lo
Mr. Ingcrsoll We did call one man to
prove inai it is Had.
Judge Hangs-1 would like to know
who It was ?
Mr, Ingcrsoll Mr. Kchm. hlniclf.
Judgo Hangs proceeded to'nrirue that
Jtcnm is a truthful witness, and no man
has been found so low or so high ns to
como in nnci wag his tonirtio oca hist his
general reputation for truth. '1 here Is no
explanation or this except that his repu
tation is good. And yet there Is
to .lake Jtchm lu some classes In this com
munity. There aro many who would
like to see him hung nnd drawn and
quartered. Put alter all that has been
said lu tlie newspapers nnd elsewhere
ugainst mm nota man dares eomooii the
stand and Impeach Ids reputation. Aud
though the other side were in dire ex
tremity, they have not been able to find an
Instance where he swore to mi untruth.
1 hey have compassed sea nud land to get
testimony to prove that ho testlllcd to an
untruth before tlie grand Jury. They
havogone to tho extent or getting tho
stenographer to become u common llsr
and perjurer. The speaker denounced
this witness Willi great surcrlly. He was
sorry for somo ol thu rest orthu wit
nesses, thu grand Jurors, Oleson ami
W ard, who followed tho lend of this wit
ness. What n mess they of it. 1'Jio at
tempt hi this rc.'pect, was an Ignom
inious failure. Jaku Itehm coine out of
Tim other atteinnl tolmncach him were
also futile. Thu speaker declared that
lake Itehm, ns a witness, would stand as
one in thousand for simplicity, direct
ness, lonslstency aud truthfulness. Ho
declared that lleslug corroborated Kchui
In every csuutlnl particular, lleshur has
more vanity than any man hi Chicago.
He seemed to have come on tho stand to
show his 'magultlccnt proportions, po
litically, socially, financially, nud other
wise. The sneaker would cheerfully admit tho
"ood character of (lie defendant, but that
could make no headway under such dam
.niugu liaugs closed ins remarks at l:lr.
when the court took a recess until i!
TiiYixn to snr.L a histii.i.kiiv.
The South llranch Distillery, wbleh
was faulzcd by thu Government for crook
edness, was this morning put up at pub
lic auction. One bid of $10,000 was made
but Deputy Marshal liuck. who lias dls-
crctionary power in the matter, decided
not to inako the sale. Tlie works are
wotth between $75,000 and $$0,000, and
.Mr. liuck thinks he should get nt least
$'J0,000. ChicagoJoumal, May, Wi.
Iho People's Romody.
Tho Universal PainExl actor.
Noto: Aik for Poad'a Extract.
Take no other.
'lliurt for I will mx-idc of f xedlcnt tlilnct.'
i niniim, uuu, lawn-
iwi or incueii ttnuinw
.0 IIIpi-iI, nnd
iuk ijuras or Teeth.
Vomitluir of lllooil and
rulKla, Swellwl fnu:
nilirilit or Sonnesi.
..-M.iil.U, IMIUK met
or Tlirnut or Oulnsy.
I M.t..nA , ... (I '
Sor or Inflamod Eyr a o
Hmrn Nlpptva, InDamml
I'm in fill or too I'rofuse
Milk Lttr, Ovarian Dls
.,.; na Tumsrs.
Urarel anil mp......
Alfinilll I it a
CIiBflriKii and fixcorlu
tlons f Infants, or
VarlroMe Vein. Kn
tareed or In named Veins
WlciTB. Old Hores, Inter-
noil, Carbuncles, Tu
mor. I till U-. lll.,n.
Corn and lluulons, Uml-
eil or Sore Keet .
( nalluirM.Harnitss or 8ml-
lelon orWhltlov, Frost-
11 1 T . t 111 1 , n. nru
.VoHqiiHo Bite. Insect
omiKS, uinpnt-d Hanila.
I'ONIVei KXTKAtrr Is forsululiyull Flmt.
,!"!? ,,r,,lHT'ttnd reconimemteilhy
all DrucgUts, I'hyslciaus, nnd vttrj-
u.iii nuuuiti e,er useult.
Pniiinlilet containing History unit Uees iiiull-
... iiu iiiiaiion, 11 not lounuut jour
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
413-.VU.iUv W Yrk ,'-
L. D. AlEia e Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles.
Whips, Collars, Etc.
105 Commercial Avenue, . . . CAIRO, ILLS.
CMIioso favoring, us with their patronage
111 llnil a eniinili.. Ili,..r i .-....'..
eleel ,.l lu.l d.... ....l.r.V ""'" " ". "' '
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
a . o. zzuoiss,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOR.
Bullotln BuiMlnir, Cor. Twolfth sir.
ana WashtnKton Avenue,
lahCoiinty aiul ttallro.i,lVork h Bpcc-lully
rpu Weekly Ilnllellii,"
1.IS jier yer, postage ).rejiail,to mi)' ftililn-ss.
UKST AXI) CHEAPEST
J'ujier jutWIslinl In Southern HUiicln.
STRATTON A BIRD,
AORNT8 ATUmiOAN POWDKK CO
5? Ohio Ijfvreo.
PAINT AND OIM.
Blake & Go.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
now onaaca, etc,
Alwnrs ou hand, the celebrated lllnuilimtln
Corner Eleventh Strret and WaahinK
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
tH BEST tad CHKA1E8T WiOON MAN
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Noar Thirth-Fo-irth Stroet
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures hla own IToraei Shoe Mil
can Aaaurt, OooJ Work.
rj PATRONAGE SOLICITED
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Z Ordora for Coal by tho oar-load
.on, or in hogahoads, for Bhipment
jromptly attonded to.
sWTo largo oonsumcrs and all
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to Btipply any quantity, by tho
-uuuiu or year, ai untiorm rates.
CAIEO CITY COAL COMPANY.
OIIallhUyltro 'solBce, No. TO Ohio Levee.
tf-IIairiilay llro.'s wluirlboat.
tl-At Kgyntlan Mills, or
!rwt '1: 1 Uuml, foot ofTniity-Ktfih
KSTost Office Drawer. :wo
Evansvlllo, Cairo and Momphi
oteam Packet Co..
i-aauoan, Hhawneotown, Evans-
viu, xiuuiBvmo, uinotnnati
The etcgunt slilc-whet-l steams
Ilvu II.... .. '
WLTXH 1). I'KMKINIITOH.
Will .leave Kvansvlllu i'or"'Cu'irV)' liVeri" "'i lirs
DAY anil FRIDAY st 4 oock til. ',b
The elegant suc-whec steamer
DA l ttli'l nA I UHAD nt fi li. in,
ft 1 jn w? T"y T,,UKSUAY ""! SUNDAY
.ndyrlUUhc. KuffvilTe'lta I BuSiSS'flfS 1
For nrther infnnnatlon tpiily to
dUisl!!T.,,',u Hn'1 Ctnerai Freight " irent,
liM-.-o-lv, Kvansville liiitiaua.
PnflliltV. ..'rM,E K8TnJ CIIKAI'KST.
fnBlUlgAttUolii.ttiitufflc, Culro, Illinois
Are Tou Going1 to Paint?
u-r rf'f "vT.1 1 ?W1te,',".',.?1ri0n1 """'rod Different Color., insdeof strictly prims
W hile Mad, .liie nn.l 1.1 nwenl Oll.Oheuilcnlly l onihlncil. narmntnl Muoh Hanctsonier ami
Ohonper, nn. to lm TH CK AH f. INtl as any oilier palm It has taken the "rt PrVnuuuis at
tTinty State l-nhs nl the Uiilon, ntul li oiijMhuaml of lliefll )ioiieJiUhfroiiiilrf.
pincr.s i!i:i)UCT!),AMri.t: oaiiii wknt iiikk. jTS!" cIRtS? CeviSnclfo'h'lo.
a-W-y ly, 1
r4 AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
HISTORY of the U.S.
The cenernl Inteii-st In our ttirlllliiK liUlory
lli.iki llih the lntent li llln limik vrr imlillsh
lit It rontilns n fiilliuicntiiit of IheKminl n
ti nnlal exhibition.
CAU'IIO.V DM, liicoiniUle nml tmritlnUc
wnrkn nrt- Ih-Iiik rhculntult i-i' thsttliv Imnk
Jim l,uy rontalni HI Hue ciiutuvIiik'" ami Uil
p.iKri. i!nl fur rlmilar nml extru liriim to
litems. AiMicm .ntioiial ruhllslilng to., Chi
rugo. I nltimliiuanil Nl, l.onl.
(in A "'ay nt liinoe, Arents wntitnl. Out nt
nml teiim fit-f. TIIUI; .V CO.. Auirustii,
HlTlVd CAItns with your imnif flno-
lltitm. 'fill lor S-'k. W ti lme Wf)
tvH AL'flitn Wmtfrili II aMtiitiliMi int
rtiil ttt Hit AffM,
1THZ.I lioiiilflH-iil'il l'lihl'lshlmf I foil IP
flew 1 1) nt oii'i viurim"s
A WKKK mun-anlifit In inMlenml
fetiulc aicenU In their locality.
Coats notiihiK to try It. I'artlniUrs
In-o. ! O VICKi:UY A CO.,
CiCIn ffiOft per iturul home.
Hij .u tpM fn-e. Minion
VCIIOMAM V or -OUI. I II AI1MINU."
flowelllur M. itiav fjiclnati-anil iraln
the Ion- ami ntlrctlons of nnr tirrou lliev
rhooi-e, Instantly, lhls.au .nil tin ikm-m lite
t.uliiiall, fnr23cnls togttlier with a . Marriage
l.ulile. Ilirvittliin Orucle. Dreutui. Ilintit t tj,-
UHs.ite. i.iac.imiioiii. . Oumt llik.
ire el I. I.I A 31 A: CO
., Full', I'hlla.
"eiebrateii for Its Pnrllr, BSretijrthsnil Flnrnr
lrmnte(l to Krn l-lrklen. U-p lln.r.nt.. If 1
tne mlrcly free frnm Nurplurl AcH or other deleter!
iiiiiiitiatance, villi which JJH I'lnur lixlultf rlri
lorulehjallOrocer. Ijiriie.t Vln.-jtr Worktlu tin
nurni. A.nio.iBts. r L.iiiui3iuacwvuican
Fits Sl Epilepsy
'I he wont rosea 0 the I'liigeiit standing hv n.
DR. UEBBARD'8 CURB.
It Han Aurcd ThoiiHnrifln.
nml m 111 Kie tl.oio fur ar.c It will not Ik-uHH.
A lmttlesent fret- to all ndilti-iiailii'
.1 K 1)111111. i;i;, Chemist Ollirei J)., Ilnm.l-
way, -New lork. .'J-ilA lm
Do you Haul
grniniiiv ny iiumi tin yuu :ule money on
awlmller'. luttiail unil In the ohl relialile
houteof Hunter A o. Kttnlilltlieil In lot.
Wr supply nil UU, all gowls ami at lowest
ratei. -en.l for some of thee, 'Inink Full of
run, f ,n, it, win u .nttiiit-ari, .lent
(lolclen Wieel Fnituue Teller, loo) Hook of
Uie Ixtters, fii ; lloxiug ilaile l.'ay, IV j
ilrirau'e Mmonrv Kmmim.I. 1'jiihi. tiiuir.iil.
!c l How to wnlc short haml, v-c How to
aiiiute nn e ruing rnriy, ,?c ) ualiciiig inai.e
Kasf, f1"0! How (.amblers win, tc : Leap jear
('anls.Cdiirlfhipl.'unla, Fortune Telling i-unl,
lxie. Making Cai, 1 kimU-i-acli In au-r onlv
:ko t (Vitnpleti- I'ockit Hojle, Wei theater
llelil's lA-tter Writer, i'ri Monitor or Free
inaf onry, T-'-c 1 How In win nml how to woo,
'Mv '1 lis IjiWi, of Im., Mm lvllea l.nlilr I.
linutv. 2oc. Ac . r . Ac ItdiieiuU r anr or
riil)r,'rVt,-..w.r 'imTrf'aim li?'''
e hriiuinlecarcrl)ok, MV iiuki- It n eimVy"
Me want your i-alrou.-ige. Semi for our circu.
Im. It will Kiy )ou to ileal with in
fl'k imiiiey with mUmllei butieml ut
5JYl " leiiaiilea,
Hunter A to., HIii,lale,
l.uySl.w-orlli orgoo.U for 510. M'hynot.lo It
I hel.rcii .S.i:. DiillarSale, n llrooinik-l.l Mnit.
Iliislon. Is Ilnnlreul,llsh.i, nnd for year-thai
Miht really uluilile gooil, wlirth 'A tail,,)
at a Hxi-,1 price of only nut- Dollar MV an- en
ilorseil nml urommemleil l.y tho Ut papers
ami thelr-uillng inerihants. (iur ale l an hon.
rimhle hiHlnesi enterprise, w i- itusell goo.,at
less than other neuters. In the.e tline It pay
to mid money. MVhH Jewelry, nlht-r ami
p.aliil waie, gUsiwair. cutlery, ilty uml fancy
iZHV, froc,Tw C0",'M M'lces. nn.l In Tact
eyrythlng. Inchi.llng &.! elegant lok..
itnllars, nml nil forju.t one dollar, 'i here In no
in ki i, onier ill i. or other Irlekerv One dollar
i-ecuresuny article nn lhet. Yi- (J li I) ),,
i on m-c goo-N betoro wylng. Over tt.UM imt
rom attest the noiiiilnriie ,ir..nr .r. '..
rannot give any lleaheniiri,urhushiess. Our
list of goods would Mil this entire ii:iir Keml
nt once for rlrculars ami ri-ct,ini,,i.i.,ii.. r ....,
"'r llrnns. You can eaveuuh. M'lllvoudn
(' " I'M'In-.s nt once II OUMISTO.V A
0,,"S ,' '''AH.S,I.K, Si llrooinllelil .St ,
lloston, .Mii,s. (lA.'J-S-lCrt,,, '
16 MILES OF
SOLD DURING tho YEAR 1875
KVKHV STOVU IS
WliitcM-r L'miI or Sold
As AholuUly Without a F&ull !
Nos. 37, 38, 30, 47, 48 and 40
Area MimeloiuComtilnaiiiin ,,r
mt nil llu KssonUiil roluta thut go lo Mule un
Most Porfect Cooklna Stove
Ever OtTcrs-il li, ,p hlo,
Slnde Only by Hie
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
Nos. ills, r,t,W, ninl 018 N. Miilnfjt.,
St. l.nnlN, Mil,
O. W. HENDERSON,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale anil Kstall Utmlers In
Foreign and Domeitio
WINKM OF AIX Kllf IIN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MK.S.SU. ("MYTH A CO. hats constantly
Urge stock of the heat gootU In Ue tua,.
ket, and gheenpi-clal attention to I be WholSMla
much of the business,
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Grooerien
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhds New Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow ReAned Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rict,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rice,
500 h'fohs Green and Bl'k Tea.
AND OTIIF.lt I'ltODWF.
r.H, To nml Ti Vina surer!. VtT.,u.
Sc tieflllv lirfeet Hi. .r ll.. wa.,.
det-ful pain-toothing ami healing CeuUur Llnl-
iiirinnoai wen ronmienuuy ay luej will
nltrvlnlr anr ,in arrUlng from drib,
lioneor tiiiuc'eilermneinent. Meilonot pie
tend that they will inrml a broken leg or
IrriiilnatebulU, hut even in such rases they
will reiltiee the iiitlainatlnii tiil.ttn ih ilii.
Norraii wi-gaiirentee Ui prorr resiilta wheie
u- uyi m ,Niwiini ny wniaatj. lein-IM-rauiti
U tirr.ry to a proper physical, a
Tlir-vtilt. sViilnur l.lnlmenl It par
ticularly uiUhteU loall iuM(r KheianiMtUru.
I.iiiiihagn, S'euralgla, Kj rliUi. Hprnlua.
Itch.Chlliblalnn, Ciiti, lliulrei.ritluga, I'olsuns,
.Hralilt, Sciatica, Weak Hark, 1'aloa us the side.
Wound". 'iTiilfHffiinew, Rlirna. S'roate,!
rrri, rm.j.iaiiciif, oom-acoe, iiaul-arhe.
. - . u.Mii'acur, in
i-M, Old forei, llrokrn Hreaitt, i
, .Son: throat, Cloup, Illi.lherU, i
........ i....iniui,uuju wniaur UBirotut
'.'-";,..,l0",':IU,, wl" 'n,i- il
'"m l"'1"" rrom hltea and sting,
and w I cute bnrns start sralata wittout
r.i.n'' '"."".Y J hut n sample of a thou.,
ami similar testimonials t
..,, . Axtiocii. III., Dec l,l7
... J,r "IM'ji for a long time Iwen a tenlhlr
sufferer from Itheiimalism .She has tried many
phy clans ami many rcmedle. The only thing
which hai gHen her relief ( Onuur I.lniment
I inn rejnivul to my this has rtiri. her.
i. i . . . W. H ItlXO. 1'ostmaster."
It s an IndUpiiUlJe Tart that the Centaur IJnl
liientsiite wifurmlng rurea nrsrr beroro
eirerlnl by any prrparathin In exlitencr.-lile
Chronic Kheumalltni of Lhlrly years' lanil
inir. trlghtenlng lingers andlolnts which hail
ln stllTlin-aix yearn, taking tlie aorrneia from
r-..V,.,,"i,iiri "r.vyr.' ."ftynts, Inveslel in
Centaur Mnlimntw III lie wilhln reach Hhf-sa
uu iterlileul urriir, and will do more good
th.iu any amount or money U for mnllcak
atteuilaiico. M hen physicians are railed ther
I f llan IV Ii&a fl.l t i..T.. a . ..i
ci.VwV;,,i piVces "for U." " .
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
Is adapteil to the twign sun, muscles and flesh of
the minimal creation Its effects upon i-cerr
uT, !'ri .r',".'"!, l'" y. Wlnd-Oali; lllg
Ions 'dl-KWI, are little lesa than uunal-
Miwi..l, .McClurc- A Co., Dnigglsts. ror.
him und Front st. . Cincinnati. O "Say
in our neighlxirhiKxl a nuiiilier ol teamsters
ire using the Centaur Liniment. They pro
nounce It sii-rUr to anything they have eter
jue.1. M e sell as high as four or fle ilojeu
hot jlesa-r month to owners of horses und
M e have volume
iiiipi of tesllmonlall describliiK
I. Mils, t.'alli, Foll-Krll, lllg.
ounders, which are little leu
r lies or.M) rains
Head, amleren I
afford to ,b without a bottle of Centaur I.lnl
ment, which any dayiiiay prove worth tHeniy
tiine.i its cost.
sold everywhere, but prepared enly at the
l-auomtory uf J. M, lio-e A Co .
10 Dm- .Sr.. .gw Yom;.
...'.a, i. ...I , r... . ii nwm.p ni an ...I....I ...
Oast or ia.
M5U' lw,,i,' "U t-hiMreu mny eiilov
health, und imxiierx Imve rs-al, II 'they wilt
i " ' "u,lrsonaoh and undigested rood
mnke ch Idren cross, and produces -ilSknesa
l-,"t"11 wn nsslmllule the food, rslwl
,iie'i? ? Slrfil,r: 1 lMer lr'mnteil lu his
pillule pructlcu lo produce an effective Cathaillu
mid stomach regulator which would bo ut, ellec-
tu.jem reco" wl",oul ,W ,,ni'"M'
fhv!.lful."l,1,''"ior li-lineut extemhil.
Ihyslclans and nur.es rupli y adopted his
lorli' 10 Whlch bv Kvc the usHie'ir t'.ia.
Casloi la Is as ilenaant to take aa honey.
regululej thostonia.il and liowels, and does ut
jtrliic. It fa adapted to all ages, contains no
alciiohol. nnd is nUMolutely kirmlrH u
themostteiidcrlnfanl. "" 10
M-itfiiVnV'uf 0'1C na 3"m wl" Beer
inijureu at me l.alioratory i
Co. , (ii Hoy street, New York.
St. Oharles Hotel,
PRICES REDUCED 70 SUIT THE TIKES
Room and Board. 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor f 11.00 Par Day
Spaolal Rata, by Waak or Kfoatk.
A limited number of very desirable Umlly
rooms can be secured ul reasonable rates lor tlie
.Summer months. ...
Tlmst. r-hrlesl the largestand best almoin,-
e.1 House in Houthem Illinois, and is the leading
lioiri in iairo, xu,n,.i,iinuiiiug me "lleil
Uock" rnluctlon In prices, the table wlllTaa
nsual.be liberally auhplM with the very best
i-yiiiuiK ai ,u ue soimq in market.
lux sanjple rooms for rnmni.il
elers, on groitna noor, free of charge.
li wv Jinn r.ii ...
.Water at., Cblcif .