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CYRUS S. OBEBLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
1 . For rrwMmt,
4Mrn. j. Tii.iK.sr,
nf New York,
TiioM.tn A. nrDRH;K.
While nmh mar be accomplinhed by
these method, it milit encourage delusive
expectation If I withhold here the expies
nion of my convii tion that no reform of the
civil service In this country will be com
plete and permanent until it chief magis
trate is constitutionally dixiiualified lor re
elf ction; experience having repeatedly
exposed the futility orwlf-impoaed rcotric
Hons by candidates or incumbents.
Through this solemnity only can he be et
fectUAlly delivered Irom hisgreatsst tempta
tion to misuse the power and patronage
with which the Executive is necrsMirily
charged. From Samuel J. Tilden'e letter
The nobler motives or humanity concur
with the material Interests of all in requir
ing that every obstacle be removed to a
complete and durable reconciliation be
tween kindred populations once unnatur
ally estranged, on the basis recognized by
the St. Louis platform, of the "constitution
of the United States, with its amendments
universally accepted as a final settlement
of the controversies which engendered civil
war." Bat, in aid of a result ao beneticicnt,
t he moral influence of every good citizen, as
well as every governmental authority,
ought to be exerted, not alone to maintaiu
their just equality before the law, but like
wise to establish a cordial fraternity and
good wl:l among cit tens, whatever there
race or rolor, who are now united In the
one destiny of a common self-government.
If the duty shall be aligned to me, I should
otf'ilVe eri:le the powers with which
the laws and tae co utitution of our coun
try cloth- Us :hief magi tratc, to protect all
its citizen, whatever their f. rmer condii
tion, in every political and personal right.
from Samuel J. Tilden's letter of accep
tance. Tie denounce the Resumption clause
tf the act vf 1875, and toe here de
mand itt repeal. Xatinnal Demoratic
See ichen the fruit of industry are
gathered for the use of the toilers, that
they are not wasted by the profligacy y
fraud or peculation of your public
agents. Gov. Tilden.
Taft has gone to Ohio to fir up the
Hon. John H. Heaga.v ot Texas
been renominated for eongres.
Dick Oolesby Is waving the bloody
6uirt In the vicinity of Jacksonville.
John Gkear, of Jonoboro, has in his
possslou a clock three hundred years
Generals Sherman and 1'ojx, and
Secretary Cameron were In iJrnver on
Thk .Jonesboro fir is pronounced the
largest and best attended ever held In
Sheridan passed through Ouiahi on
the HtU to join ( rook at Fort Laramie.
The Indian war Is to be prosecuted with
vigor this winter.
The governor of Illinois offers $3000
reward lor the arrest of Burt Fleming
w ho, on August 20, 6hot Geo. B. Sleeper
of Glenwood, in Iroiuiis county.
Thk ladles of Murphysboro made and
dedicated a beautiful flag to Tilden and
ltemocraty this week in that city. The
Independent says ""Kan for the la lies!"
Bob J.ngfhsoli. Is considered the He
publican ImoBthene8 of Illinois by the
Chicago Journal. Bob is the Hi publican
blasphemer and rhetorical rhapsodlht.
He is a bad crowd, and belongs to a very
Dispatches say that Tweed and his
secretory. Hunt, lelt the San Simon's
Quarantine depot for Elecantillo tie San
Sabastian, and passed through Nigo on
foot at midday. Both were looking
well, particularly Tweed.
The Vicksburg Herald says : "Col. W.
R. Brown, formerly ol the Thirteenth
West Virginia volunteers, corroborates
the statement of Chaplain Harper, in re
gard to Hayes appropriating tour hun
dred dollars, w hich was left by a sol
dier for his mother."
Thk Murphysboro Independent says
"A grand fight Is reported to luve taken
place io Carbondale last week. Mr. A.
D. Norman and the editor of the tjUener
bad a mill something similar to Allen and
Goss. The first round ended In favor of
Norman, wbeu the flht was broken up
bv the authorities. Another ring wa
pitched and again the fight was stopped.
Dave had the U-st of It,' yet the 0irner
man got the prize."
As Englishman named Trower is the
Inventor ol a machine that will utilize
the motion of the sea for propelling pur
poses. By the natural rise and tail of a
easel air will be compressed into cylin
den, which, as reservoirs of power, are
to M called upon for mechanical uses
Toe inventor supposes the long swell In
the tropics would give at every impulse
power equal to a thirty horse tower
and that tbe average Atlantic ware was
aisaocb as two hundred horse power
while a heavy, hard sea, would represent
Is hundred horse power.
lid all true Democrat w ho desire har
mony and perfect organization In the
party attend the county convention this
atlernoon, at the court house. iHdegates
are to be selected to represent this
comity and Its Interests in the Jonesboro
senatorial convention, to convene on
It should be the policy of the party to
send to that important convention men
of known Democratic faith and political
ability, tor upon the results of that con
vention hinges, perhaps, the success of
our congressional candidate, Mr. William
The existing breach in the party ranks
in this senatorial district must be
mended, and peace must prevail. To in
sure this, all Democrats of influence in
the county should come forward and as
sist In the selection ot discreet and
non-partisan men to go to Jonesboro on
Monday next, where the vacancy occa
sioned by John II. Oberly's withdrawal
from the ticket will be filled, and means
taken to harmonize the discordant ele
ments in the district.
Democratic success in the distrct can
only be insured by a settlement of exist
ing troubles, and those in this count' in
terested will now have an opportunity to
take part in that which is a preliminary
step towards the consummation of a much
desired result, by attending the conven
tion at the court house this Afternoon.
Do not stand bacK aud say there will
be Democrats enough present without
you, hut respond to the call of Mr. Wil
liam II. Morris, chairman of the senato
rial committee, and do your duty like
good members of the party of reform.
THAT BiR I. OF MOSEY.
"A portion of Tilden's 'bnr'I of dol
lars' has reached Eypt. John H.
Oberly has relinquished the chair ot the
Cairo Bulletin io take the stump for
Soapy Sam in Indiana. And John don't
talk Just for glory." Mt. Carmel Iitgii
ter. That bar'l of dollars was probably stop
ped in Springfield on its way to Cairo. It
la folly to suppose that a barrel of dollars
could escape Radical politicians' hands
while en route to any point in
the I'nited States. They would
have it it they had to strangle
their wives mothers, or serve a term In
the state's prisou. The Journal man or
Ed. Merritt may know something about
the Illinois bar'l, but we are certain John
would not touch a dollar of it it he saw
it lying around loose. He sometimes for
gets what a dollar looks like, and fre
quently reters to bis affable business
manager for information on the subject.
He is working for glory for the
good of the party and when
Samuel is elected, and the public plun
derers turned from olilce, he will wrap
himself up in the flag ot the I'nited
States, put the cap of liberty on his head,
and tell the readers of the Bulletin
about the prosperity of the nation under
a Democratic administration. He will
tell them about the songs ot industry
and peace in the South ; about the
activity ol commerce on the rivers, the
impetus given to education, the content
ment of Indian tribes, the thrift of tie
laborer and merchant, and the great
ncome ot the manufacturer In the North.
He has a faint recollection of having seen
a barrel of money in a mint once, aud
one or two in a' dream, but he has failed
to see Uncle Samuel's bar'l in Southern
Illinois. Without other means than his
own he is doing hard work in the Demo
cratic harness and to prove that he is
meeting with succees we extract the fol
lowing from a letter written to him trom
Vienna by a prominent citizen of that
"Your speech here ha done more good
than all other speeches or documents that
have been distributed or made in this sec
tion of our country. Some of the most
radical Republicans say that if your
speech was a Democratic speech, they
are Democrats too. It (your speech) has
turned several strong Republicans, to-wit:
Here the namesot a number of citizens
of Johnson county w ere inserted, w hich
we do not feel disposed to publish, and a
number of others. Come again John and
we will have a big time. I am glad your
soeech was so will received by those pres
ent." That's what ho has been doing, with
out any recompense other than the
knowledge that he is fultilllng his duty to
his country and the Democratic party.
J. II. Oberlv. the editor of the Cairo
Bi li.ptix, has become enthused with
laden, or Ins bar 1 ot money, that he
can no longer contain himself, so lie
nanus over me bulletin to his Brother
yrus, etc.- UiayviUt Independent.
And his biother Cyrus believes Hayes
to be a very dishonest man, and does not
doubt (because there is no room for reason
able doubt) that he swore to a falsehood
in making his tax returns, and applied to
his ow n special use the $ 100 of the dead
deserter. But what Is the use ol the
Democratic press.or the press of Europe,
saying they believe these charges because
they stand proved V A prominent Radi
cal thief cannot be convicted of crime, no
matter how strong the case against
him, unless that corrupt party thinks It
policy to make a sacrifice for the good of
the cause. 1 hen, and not till then, will
Justice get her due.
THE ALU AW ft:.
uepuuiicatt foreigners all over the
country are clamoring against Hayes for
his connection with the American Alli
ance, the Know Nothing order ot 170
npianauons are u-irig asked, aud
threats made that he must either ignore
the Alliauce or look lor a withdraw al of
foreign Republicans from his support
He may withdraw trom the Alliancce,
but the record ot bis havlog belonged to
a Know Nothing lodge In Cincinnati will
work against him.
Titr. Tii.ncf riiAKORN.
We don't regard those already made
as furnishing reason why anybody who
feels 'so disposed' should refrain from
Voting for him." Springfield liepubliran.
The above Is the utterance of an Inde.
pendent papr supporting Hayes. One
more honest Hayes paper In the t 'nlted
Rl FFAI.O ft I LI..
William Cody, usually called "Buffalo
Bill," who has killed more Indians on
poller than any living frontiersman. Is in
Chicago. Bill Is fresh from the trails In the
Yellowstone country, mid Is of the opin
ion that Sitting Bull Is roysfering about
near Fort Smith, having completely out
generaled Crook and Terry. Cody Is
awaiting the arrival of General Sheridan.
Thk Patriot hurls the following at the
heads of Llnegar and Obcrty : - "The
Bulletin says John II. Oberly and
Dave Llncgar 'are going to talk about
honesty and reform.' There is no prob
ability of their ever approaching any
nearer these fancy ideas than to talk ot
them." Weare aware, friend Ackerman,
that Radicals consider honesty and re
form ouly fancy ideas, and some of them
are enjoying the fruits of that !cliet in
various capacious penitentiaries in the
Rtv II nn k v a Witirml hrbii Hirlitr
tliiuklnsr Allen has been (loin? an extra
amount of blowing, challenges that in-!
inreu gentleman to meet nun in i annua.
and fight, either for fun or $1,000 u side.
Hogan Is anxious to learn exactly how
good Allen is as a man. He has no partic
ular ambition to satisfy, but would like
to know all about Allen's physical abil
ity to stand a hammering in the manner
he i- aide to do that sort ol I lung
THE NORTHFIELO ROBBERS.
They nre Niirroiinrteri r Mlnnelin-
Iia t iillt, nniD
St. Paul. Sept.. 14. The campaign of
ci tizens against the Northtield bandits is
still in active prosecution. Last night
the robbers were corniled in the timber
near Maukato, not less than tour or five
hundred men being engaged in guarding
every point where it was deemed pos
sible an escape could be made. At two
o'clock this morning three ot the robbers
appeared at Blue Earth bridge, when the
guard took to their heels and the robbers
crossed over. At daylight this morning
the pursuit was continued and a camp
deserted by the robbers was discovered.
In it were found the coats and blankets
of its recent occupants, and some halt
cooked breakfast. The latest intelligence
Is that the bandits have been
near Minnehaha falls, Blue Earth county,
and their capture is pronounced certain.
The present scene of operations is
not fitly miles from Nortutield, and
the fact that the robbers have
not escaped, or at least succeeded in get
ting further away, is undoubtedly be
cause ol their lack of knowledge of the
country and that they become bewil
dered. The country Is heavily tim
bered, swampy and wiid. and difficult to
traverse even under favorable circum
stances. The robbers are now without
horses, blankets or coats, and apparently
have little to eat save green corn, and
are altogether having a very rough tune
AN OI'KN LETTER TO RIVER MEN.
The Yellowstone Rivkr. Moi th or
Powder, Aug., 20. I'lie lortiiiies ol war
have thrown an old rivt-'r-iiiau away up
here as special correspondent tor the
Chicago Tribune ; and, anticipating an
early day when the Yellowstone river
will become an additional inland tlior-
ou'lilare, he forwards the following
memoranda tor the beneiit of steamboat
men with venturesome natures steam
boabmien who are fond ot huntintr and
fishing, and who are not atraid of losing
Ibis river is, in every particular, the
MOST REMARKABLE STREAM
on the American continent. 1 sneak
whereof I know from many year's ex
perience on the Ohio and Mississippi and
their tributaiies, and from actual obser
vations on this stream. Except when
swollen by summer rains, it is as clear
as the Cumberland ; it has as rapid a
current as the upper -Missouri ; it has the
cleat ly-detined banks, gravel-bed, and
bars of the Tennsesee; the steady, un
changing channel of the Red ; and is as
handsome a stream as ever flowed. Re
ceiving Its supply from the winter's
snow-tall in the Big Horn, Wolf, Pow
der, and smaller ranges ot moun
tains, it attains Its maxiuniu depth
In June at a time when oth
er western navigable streams are gener
ally at their lowest stages; the regularity
and slowness which the snow dissolves
serves to keepa steady flow until August.
I he June Ireshet usually brings a good
deal of sand, decomposed vegetable mat
ter, ami aiKau-uust irom the ravines
and bad lands, which slightly fill up the
channels; but, as the river recedes and
talse channels close up, the rapidity of the
current soon cuts away all obstructions,
and the channel becomes clearly defined.
Consequently, the depth of water in the
main channel is oiten
AS GREAT IN AUGUST AS IN JUNK
being so this year, when three and four
leet are marked on the rapids. The cur
rents run regularly from loot of bend to
point-shadow that Is, the crossings are
natural, ana til l a pilot lias to do is to lo
cate middle bars, false points, and rocks.
1 here are no snags In the l ollowstone.
and the ouly hazardous obstructions are
reels ot rocks which sometimes a land
slide has thrown out Into a bend. Mid
dle bars aud islands occur at frequent in
tervals ; but a good pilot can always tell
where the draught of water Is. tit
course there are no woodyards on the
river, but wooding places are never out
of reach. The points and islands are
generally skirted with tine timber, drift,
deadened, and standing. A crew will
wood up In lorty minutes out of twelve
hours, which 1 a about as well as some
w oodyards on the Cumberland or Ten
nessee ca.i oner.
From Buford to Eastern Montana, the
route via tho Yellowstone is, and will
continue to bo
THE SHAKIEST AND MoST ACCESSIbl E
The "Far West" has demonstrated this
season trial toe i ellowstoue Is navauable
later than the Upper Missouri. From
I'ryor i reck to the mouth, there can-
rifii" taA litca vtion srnul i-tViii s tniliuo an1
the shoal places are only two or three in
a distance or 401 miles. There are a
I . t U .1 I I i t un. . , Kur.tr! i ... I V . . I t .a ,
stone; but a clear-cut channel of fifty feet
...i.l.. . I .1... . a i- .
iu( aim lour ami live leei ueepisaiwavs
found. To Fort Ellis, Bozeman and the
ore ana lur producing regions ot Mon
tans, the Yellowstone is the best
route. This season, the Far West
Carroll, Josephine, and E. II
SV m I " 1 17 IMTXTIS I UIIIIIUK Ul
the Yellowstone ; and, although each
I In wTuft ft D ISA ..an fnnnlm ah
boat has carried full tonnage (in the
dng-days of August), I have yet to hear
of either boat wetting a spar. In fact,
with ordinary rare and discretion, a boat
never need get aground Irom the opening
to tho close ot navigation. Capt. Grant
Marsh has run the Far West night and
day on the upper Yellowstone, and he,
and Carapb-dl and Thompson, pilots, say
It Is the easiest and best stream to navi
gate they were ever on. Foulke and
Vardy, the enginevrs, say It Is better
water for making steam than the Mis
souri or lower Mississippi, don't scale
up so much, nor scour out packing. To
day the Carroll. Capt. Burleigh ; Jose
phine, Capt. Martin Coulson, and the
Yellowstone, (.'apt. John Massie, are at
the landing, giving the river quite a
business-like appearance. l'Hocmx.
The Colored Jlnn'i Awnkenlna
Signs utimistakcn and unnumbered In
dicate that the colored suffragan is truly
to be enfranchised, aud a day is not re
mote when his vote may be accepted as a
genuine expression ot opinion. An ef
fort on the part ot intelligent planters to
put into practice the theories embodied
In the amendment to the constitution,
and to accord to the colored man not
only the prerogatives, but the responsi
bilities ol citizenship, ha i been salutary
In its results. In a majority of
leases to colored tenants the
taxes are paid by the lessee.
However small be the portion of laud se
cured, and how low the rent, this is in
sisted upon. The tenant occupies
the identical position of ordinary prop
erty holders, he is taught the serious con
sequences ot malfeasance in olilce and
the great wrong Inflicted by the tuisap
proprin.ion of public funds. To tbe fail
ure of the constituted authorities to re
build the levees, and the consequent con
stant inundations alter the levee tax
earned by colored labor had been
promptly paid, may be attributed nine
tenths of the dissatisfaction existing
among the voters of that race.
Acquiring, as do all others, knowledge
through experience, a majority realize
that (he honest disbursement ot public
money is essential to the welfare ol every
citizen; that his faithful performance of
public duty, not the personal characteris
tics of the individual, is the criterian by
which to judge. In the face of this
awakening, we are not surprised to learn
that In the parish of St. Landry, quite
recently, eighty-six colored tlel'd-hauds
called in a body upon their employer and
voluntarily proposed to accompany
him to the polls. Believing their Inter
ests to le identical, they requested
him to select the candidates in his opin
ion best fitted for positions, promising
their surt'rage. The planter, who was
about to leave for the city to be absent
some weeks replied that to return on
election day would involve some trouble
and expense. He asked what assurance
could they give htm that in the Interven
ing time the proposition would not be
withdrawn. At theirown solicitation an
agreement was drawn up and signed,
wherein each of the eighty-six agreed to
accompany their employer to the polls
and vote t'hp Conservative ticket.
When the best Interest of the country
become the disiderata of every citizen;
w hen the residents of Louisiana, w hite
and black, unite in the selection not ot
partisans, but of efficient public servants,
turmoil w ill cease and the shadow of the
color line int,intly vanish. What Louis
iana needs is honest work, and an honest
devotion to the revenues of the state to
the legit'inafe purposes of the govern
ment. He who adds to our aggregate
wealth will never be asked the color of
his .skin, aud it will be ascertained that
the mu??ular force necessary to accumu
late implies the mental power to econom
ically disburse. What the colored citi
zen now most needs is a home and the
acquisition of sufficient property to make
him a tax payer. When once a political
issue ceases to lie a sentimentality, and
his dollars, as well as those ol his Conser
vative neighbor, are involved in the result
of an election, the elevation to office of
thp ignorant and unprincipled need no
longer be apprehended. A'. U. Time.
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has Dever been known to lail in the cure of
weakness, attended with synitoins; indis
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of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, night sweats, cold teet,
weakness, dimniss of vision, languor, uni
versal las-itude ot the oiiix-iilar ay-tern,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic "symp
toui, hot hands, tl anting ot the boly, dry
ness of the skin, pallid couutsnatce and
eruption n the face, purityin? tbe blood,
p iin in the bark, heaviness ol tbe eyelids,
frenueut bluck spots Hing before the eyes
with tempirary suftNion and los of sight,
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rewaro of counterfeit and base imita
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o well known all over the country, drug
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to sell It on to their customers, when they
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uicely put on the outsioe ' with tbe pro
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Dr. Kunliel, tbe only successiul physician
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Common sense teaches that il Tape Worm
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turet inn. w -ithw i-cu-mm, aud -fudtriu b f ib 6s
tr-wiDg t Si voiisbeM. S'-trun.i I r rol-M-i iiii,t.ten,i
atom hf dreamt. Dining ot hl;t,i, irtnlre Mttbeo . Pht
tl-AJD"? . PtaiuiMoti h a.- AieMiott (iK.itt of ft0itia
CoufuikiQ of id-, of SeKua l r'owtr. ?., ri. dnijf
lismsie improixr -m uot.auy ar Uorwible M -tru
Bntit curwj SYPHILIS ' Cur
nifFrSu.f?rm,u 41 IT"'- - Oonorrhea,
ULLLTi Htripiure. OrMtn HcriAia. (at Hut;.
Fil'j" a & a itttir prteaw dlja quK-alj trsl.
It u avif m Mle-nt that aphvelctati wh pare afwHal atffottoi.
to a eortais etaa of 4 1 , ati trvatiivif ttMiwaan svud
kily acquire ffrefti (kill P ti, tan kit- witi Uilt fuct -,ftn
remoinn'td rvtw to my care. Wfift It l- ttKcoteRiptn U
rttt the cit.T for trvarmt-Dt, ,lWrwi cu t tent prlati
and auialf hj nailer ahyvhtr.
Cure Guaranteed In all Catee
c.uuuutti rrooaMr ot br letter fre aod lurlt.J.
Ckrira rK.oab a&d comtpo&dtiKa ttrtctly cAdotial.
Of TOO pM it to any addrt wurrl arld, for tftnrtr
iHfl) cftt. Htiobtd b read br (ail Aldra at abnvt.
OBk bvurt fren m. M t P, . Subd,;, 1 1 4 l kW
An LlluftTtifd Yorfc IT
U Use msuTMrd tjMft ruar-
rmiriihls nn Ih minnM
of thscmutts vttMo, tMie.
tsv, iftfMt discovers la. ULa
fM VstV mm iKieikceor reproduction) bow to
b tmje happy u, tbt Usurit-4 rvltUscm. MaM a4 ,
ub Ahd uuidlt fcfd tsWtikt nad And pii n if
out i od bow (u prwrvc ttv hemith, us4 evmpinMm, d4
it aw nwru cneeas usv mssiiNS vi T(U1JD; UM WH SD
nl v trua) Mavrriawa Guada in tha world. Pricsi kti isi is
by Mail. Tba author amy t multrl parwmaUy m bf
uAil wo u; of trit ubifou tnniiotirU id hi vorl
lit. A. U. OiaUla ia7 WlsJ
T)R. BOW A TfYf A Ws.
Marriatt iiuiUc iliuatralft)
i.ihiiiiihu c rraxr.fi'srs
UUUItlV houitl fcDu uo
Cuurtahip. Mtmifr, th
Ht r io iog i a I My at r 1 k
aikd Krvcationi ot the
KSlial aalr.. K..al,.s....
al! kind of rioat. with hundrt-da of valuable mr.pia,
mint should marrr.the imedinienta to rnarriave. their na
ture eid cure. Trrataon all liiteavea, tuiiy riulmua thvir
cauaea, irmpttimi and aieana to eurej it ia Utaunlj really
at-ientiflc wurk tn)ie hind -rtr pub.iahfd, aM ia roinpiHa
in evsrr reiprcf. hVut aerurejr a-ai on rript ot Mi eta.
Addreaa. r. C. A - H M a r a N . U orU iiith Kr.
HL Lwuil. Mu. Laubliihed in IsCi?
(HOW DA SHINE)
GREAT DISCOVERY !
liy tae use of which every family may give
their LlncD that brilliant polibh oulir to tine
laundry work. Saving time and labor in Irom
log, more than ita entire coat. Warranted.
old By Druggists and Omars Everywhere
ASK FOR DOMB1NS'.
DOBBINS, BROS. A CO., 13 N. 4th St.
6 24 (lAw-m. PhiladelDhl a.
E. N. FRESHMAN Sc BROS.,
1.0 w. fourth st, mmmi o.,
Are authorised to contract for advertis
ing lu this papar.
Kitlmalei furnlthsdfres. Ss&d for Circular
CINCINNATI WESLEY AN COLLEGE.
FOR VOTJNQ WOMEN,
Bet'lux its 3ftti year Sept. l.'tth. Farulty
number 21, Magnificent building, gennr
oua table. Thorough nurse in KuglUh,
Science, Classics, and Modern Language.
I'nfturpaaeed advantages for uiuic and art.
Addrem the President, Kev. Iavld II.
Moore, U.U , Cincinnati, 1). 7-8-dJl w-Mt.
j.H.obaHtv. a. w. rraiT.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
A..W.PYATT ci CO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bullstin BuUdln. Cor. Twelfth Stra
an4 Washington Avenue,
UCoutr asd KallroadWork a Speeially
i v t n,a a s
SIXTH STREET. Between OHIO
IEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures his own Hon Shoes and
can Assure Oood Work.
, PATRONAGE SOLICITED
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orden for Coal by the car-load
t.on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
aromptlv attended to.
To Jarso consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
-nonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITT COAX COMFANT.
rfHal1iilay Bro 'aom-, No 71 Ohio l.evre
I fliairiila- Bro ' wliart boat.
I" At KiryiitiaD Mllla, or
tTAt the Coal liunjii. foot ef TinitT-Hlahth
;l-Pot Offlw lrawr. :
NTI.AM BO ATM.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, 8hawneetown, Evans
vllle, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
Tbe tlrpant l.b-whtcl tUmW
WALTkH n. I'a.(Ni.-oroji Mister
LiiAiU k- P!(ixgto cwrk
Will Imtr Cairo tmy WEINKS1A Y at
o'cluck . id.
1 lit- fl-t airajurr
Kkn HuWARb Mn.trr
in I noma. Orra
(iru i-vftf H ATI' KU A V.
La:ti Lwat malkW clone connection, at t alro
with Brut-flan .teatnt-r for M. laiuia, Mem
phis aul New Urleana, ami at Kranavillr witb
I lie K A C. II. U for all poiuu NurtU aul Kt.
aodwittitbr liiii.ville Mail Meainers fouall
ItoioU ou the I Hr -hio, hiviiik through rv
celpta on fn itiln ami iriiK-rs to all ulnt.
1 ut mther infuriuutiiiD apply to
sol. MLVhll, VuatM-DKer Airent.
IIAI.UUAY BKOS , I .
.1. M. J HILIJI S. ,jAa-Dta
Or to U J. OKA MM KB,
Superinb-iKlent anl (tneral freight Afcent,
l )-a-ai-l. Krananlle Indiana
STRATTON ft BIRD,
AQKNT8 AKEBIOAK rOWDBB OO
57 Ohio Levee.
BOX and BASKET CO
All kio'la (hard and aoft,)
FLOORING, 8IDINO, LATH, &o.
Mill ud Yard,
Jorner Thirty-Tourth Street and
O. D WILLIAMSON,
Ami l-aler In
If. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL sttentioi glTes tooonalg-uruenU as t
No W Otilo UfM,
(Or tf placed !a a line, etsr)
IS MILES OIF
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
WbeiTTr Vn or Mold
Ii Wily bit. fiill!
Nos. 37, 38, 39, 47, 48 and 40
Are a Marvrlona (.'iiintiinalioii ut
An. I all the K.wntiel I'ulnt. that i.i Pi M.kr un
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
iler llrrt Iw Ihe Pahllr
Ulily by Ui
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
Not tin. ti ai,.t nir N. Jj.lu si .
at. Louis, HA.
O. W. HENDEHSON,
St. Charles Hotel,
nw mm n tee hues
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2 50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor 92 OO Par Day
SpsoUl Ravt.s hj Wssk or Month.
A liitulnl nuuilirr of vrry desirable lamily
nMiiiia can br -tirr. at rrm-Hnable ratre lor U,
I be .t Charir. U tbe larimtand brut avpolot
eil IIoum- in Soiittx-ra. Illlnui., aud la the Iradina
luttt-l in taim .Soltili.iailiiig the '-lu-.l
Kixk" reluct ion In rl4, tbr tablr will, a.
uxual, l- liberally .uplift with ihe very In-i
ofeverythinir tliat ran br found in luara)-.
t in huttr winile nrniiM for roiiiiiirrcial trav
i-lrrn. on around floor, frwofrbarKi-.
ft 1" A 1 1 taiOfeit'oriftHt nrmyvyrtl to and Irolu
tbe bote) Million! rburire
jKVfcrr nx t o.,
- b'-T I'rm.rirtont
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
AND C ANDES
73 OHIO LEVEE.
City VsUobbI Bsmk Bnlldiaf , p-ttalri.
?bs Oldest EsUbllshsd Arsnoy In Bout
ern Illinois, representing o
t85 OOP OOP
Blake . Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
ffall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shad as, cko.
Alwara os band, tbe celebrated illiiiulnat-.UK
Oornor Xlovoath Street an4 Wsshlnr
Southern DUtrl.t oflllinoi..-. At Cairn the
loth day ot Aaguat, A. 1. U7i.
The UDderaiKued hereby gtvei uotlre of
Ii h appointmeDt aa asl(iiiee of Watitou li.
Koi-kwell, uie ol Cairo, in tbe County ot
Alexauler and Stats ol Ullnotn, within aaid
district, who ba been adjudged bankrupt
upon hlH own petition bvtlie ilUtri.-t eouit
ol taid district. QKORUK KISUKB,
Aug 17d.'lw A.sijrnee.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
IttwMi WahlA(toa and OosaiaerutaJ
Avenues, s4Jolnlss Usany's.
KSKPS for sale the beat Bsaf, Fera, MuUea
Veal, Lutb. Ssneac, Ao.. end U nrs
prad U eerTi (auiillat la aa aooasubla m in