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CYBUS 8. OBERLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
if ir; r - ; .
, ' ' Frtr I'reciient, ' '
iarr.i. J. tiibm,
f New Yolk .
tiiohan a. iiRftitnioi.
Vbile much may l aivomplMied 1'T
lbee method, il might ncoiira.K'e dilutive
tipefUttoro If I withhold here the expies
Monof my i-ouvb tion that no reform of tlie
rlvll narl;e In thl ornitiy nill ls com
plete and permanent until id hl f inngi
train I constitutionally Jis.jualilioJ lor r.
election; experience having repeatedly
exposed the futility of telf imj o-ed restric
tion ly eaiidid:tes or incumbent.
Through this ole ninily only can he he fl
fectuiUly dellyered Irom hi great t tempta
tion to mlnita the power and patronage
with wblck the' .Kxscutive i nec-tarily
charged. From Samuel t. Tilden' letter
of aece ptance.
The nobler mrt,ive of humanity concur
with the material internet of all in requir
ing that every obstacle be removed to a
complete and durable reconciliation be
tween kinlr:d populations 'once unnatur
ally e it rancod, 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." But, in aid of a result so benjficicnt,
the moral Inlluence of every good citir.au, as,
well as every governmental authority.
ought to be exerted, not alone to maintain
their just equality before Ihe law, 'ut like
wise to establish a cordial fraternity and
good will among cit zens. whatever there
race or color, who are how united in the
one destiny of a 'common self-government.
If the duty shall b assigned to me, I should
ot fail to exercise the. power with which
the laws and the constitution of our coun
try clotbo its shicf magistrate, to protect all
its citizens, whatever their former condi
tion, in every political and personal tight.
From Samuel J. Tilden's letter of accep
He denounce the Resumption chime
tf the act of 1875, and tec here -viand
iff repeal. Xational Ihmoratic
S when the, fruit of industry are
gathered for the use of the toiler, that
they are not toasted hy the profligacy
fraud or peculation of your public
agent. Gov. Tilden. '
votes in Indiana.
are colonizing nero
McK.veby and Buroughs of Louisiana
are preparing to fight a duel.
Tim two generals, Crook and Sheri
dan are at Fort Laramie.
Tiik Hon. Win. J. Allen madn a great
Democratic speech at Kdwardsville on
the Jlst inst.
Is Savannah, colored people have been
attacked with yellow fever, which has
hitherto been unknown amo.ig the
Kokty-two colored Democrats recently
marched in a procession, at Cleveland,
hio, with a transparency bearing the
device : ''No more Ircedman's bank in
Oxk of the leading editors of the
.South, John M. Forsythe, of the Mobile
RegUtcr, is mentally and phisically dis'
qualified for work, ami has surrcn
dered the conduct of his paper Ao uthc;
Tiik Peoria Ihmuerat : "The tone of
John A. Logan's speech at Indianapolis,
yesterday, shows that it is the deliberate
purpose of the men w ho are manipulat
ing this "boys in blue" business, to set
up a military despotism on Hie ruins of
the Itepublic It is simply treason."
Tiu: Indianapolis reunion, held on tlie
20th lusU, w as purely political a Repub
lican mass meeting. Few Democratic
soldier were in the crowd, tlie majority
being supporters of Hayes and Wheeler.
Iustead ot 100,000 men, not over 10,000
were in attendance.
Skth Kin Max, a California hunter and
trapper, presented Hayes with a chair
made entirely of elk horns. He presented
a similar one to Abraham Lincoln
Hayes, while a nominee of the IU'publl
can party will take a chair, but when the
election in November is held, he w ill take
a back seat.
The DemocraU held a convention at
the court Lou in this city, on Monday
last, and nominated Tbos. lleiluiau, of
this county, for senator, and J. II. utterly,
of Alexander county, and F. M. Agnew,
of Alexander county, for representatives.
Tht comJy csntral eotntnittee of Alexander
county nut a Jrit days ago and ratljitd
th4 forinee notmimtiims. and placed A. If.
levin, 0 GUro,4M tk ticktt, in ten of J.
If. Oberly, who withdrew. Jvnetlioro Ad
vertiser, We italicize the latter oriioi! of
George's article, to show just how far an
editor may be mistaken. The district
central committee met and agreed to call
a uew convention for the purpose ol till
lug the vacancy, mid for the further pur
pose ot securing harmony in the district.
That convention met at Jonckburo and
placed g new tlcVet In the field, as stated
a"xve. Mr. Alex. 11. Irviu was uoml-
uatod by the Alexander, and a few dele
gates from the other counties, in a mcti-
Ingbelsl Jujm4iuly,aitr tlie Adjourn,
went of m r$rulf lJeuidurittk . conveu
that rcil f p0Wt frfjia a Igitisnste
call of the protter authorities.
IMtOll ft HAWAII.
'I lie- yellow (over lin ronipuTcil busi
ness In unfortunate Sarniuinli, nnil a
ilrendful panic prevails anions Ikt t'tl
ren. IVmea.se of one kind or iiimtlicr
the fever predoiniiinting i in every
household iiwldu Hit! limit of the place,
and the death rale Is lar In excess of Hint
i.f 1?.VI, it period ineinonibh' to nil Ihe In
habitant of the city and neiifhhorhood.
Emblems of deaili lire said never lo le
out of siirht. and funeral eortegr s are eon-
clantly going and eniiilntf on their sa I
uiissions. Correspondents sny that
"Ihe htiiryinir ol nurses and friends and
t e wail ol mourners all eommne to
phot'WMpli iinMiiory's tablet with a pie
Inre of terror and human woe not ever to
lie ernsciU It is awlul in the deepest
sense the word eau lieur." '
Many who left, the eify whi n Ihe fever
made its apiaranee, relumed to nurse
si k friends and ndatives, only to Ih-coiho
Victims themselves. Suc h as return are
generally attacked with great virulence
hv tin? disease.
J'lioe who have pa'M'd through the
trying scenes ol a yellow lever epidemic,
in the South, can fully appreciate the
situation ol tlie eili.etis of Savannah.
A panic takes hold of the
people, Innause death links
in every balmy pulsation of the
air, in the parlor and in the workshop,
in the dark alinosphere of the night, nnd
in the mellow sunshine. Some run away,
some pray, some Maspheme. The phy
sicians, forgetting their own danger, ap
ply their exalted Fklll to save lite ; the
men ol the church attend the dead to tlie
grave ; and slaters ol charity, those true
servants ot God, pass among the dead,
guttering and dying, giving aid ami com
fort. ' In these trying times men become
acckless "and discard' nil social disllnc-
lUbns and many a poor fellow, forsaken
anO atone, breathes ins last in a ueserteu
htlfldlng in the heart of a city.
" It Id" believed by experienced persons
(hat the fever has nearly reached its
crisis, and that in a short time there will
be a gradual falling off in the daily mor
tality, and stricken Savannah find relief
from the dreadful presence of her
linisiow has lost tavor with the
Democrats. He made a speech at Indian
apolis, in which Lo used the following
remarkable language, considering the
source: "Now' slavery is gone; the re
bellion is extinct. Why can't the IK'tiio
cratie party go down quietly into its
crave also r It is no joking matter, but
it is a very serious consideration which
must press itself upon the mind of every
reflecting and patriotic man in this land,
that the Demucratic parti with its tradi
tions, tcith its history, with its principles
and teachings, is a standing menace to the
peace of this country, and the sooner it Is
buried the better it will be for all con
cerned." The Democratic paity is a
standing menace to Republican tlieves
and usurpers of pow er.
Ibe ICahlblllon Tlie Woman 'a Pavll-
Ion Mom llomMin Invrntlsna
"UrtHiulns lolnnllif" UHtlirr iu
Hiid Nil 'rm"-l)rrMHl Ihe Ontu
nlnl Tli Odd el Iowa Bub lucer
oil in shilndvlblH. lr.
I'llILADEM IIlA, Sept. 18, 1S70.
"Nobody sees a battle" said a w riter,
attempting to describe one. The specta
tor or the participant might see a man
shot down, a horse killed from under his
rider, hear the roar ot the cannon, the
groans of the dying and the swell of the
music over it all, but these were only in
cidents of the whole which it was impos
slblc for the vision of one mortal to take
iu. it occurred to me while walking
over the centcmiisl grounds to-day that
the observation applies faithfully to the
exhibition. Noliody sees it. It is too
vast, too great. Hy patient observance;
by taking it in detail only, is one enabled
to approach an estimate ot it as an im
mense and wonderful whole.
1 esteruay l spent in tlie woman s pa
vilion, and looking back at it, consider It
a day well ppent. The department is
devoted principally to the display ol wo
man's work, of her achievements as in
veutor and artlxt, and the results of her
industrial pursuits. To the left of tlie
entrain are three or four elands, at
tended by ladies, several of whom are
young and pretty, and others very much
the reverse. The stands arc surrounded
by interested siectators to whom the
ladies kludly explain the merits of several
articles of household use, invented hy
women. The first of these that attracted
attention was a " griddle-greaser
I'uromantic name ! lint as the lady
attendant explained iU use
khowed how a little tin vessel with
prcforated top, which was inserted in
the end ot an Iron handle, was to be tilled
w ith "grease," the perforated top cover
ed with a cloth and this kept iu place by
a ring placed over it after the manner of
a milk strainer ; how the "greaser" was
to be grubbed gently over the griddle
leaving on its surface just enough grease
to prevent the cakes from burning, as
the young lady went over all this in well
learned phrases, the bystanders had no
reason for not being convinced that they
were not looking at a domestic invention
of vast importance, one calculated to
carry peace into all culinary regions aud
to warmly reach the heart of mankind
through that avenue said by the cynic to
lead most directly to it.
Inclose proximity to lhc"griddle-grcs.
er, is a dih-w aslicr. This is another In
vention of a woman. It consisU of a
round tiu vessel with a lid. Inside is an
apparatus resembling a bird cage, and so
arranged that a handle on tins too ol the
washer turns It around like the daher of
a patent churn. The dUhes are placed in
the cage, the water poured over them,
the cover aud the handle put on, aud the
oierator proceed to churn the dishes
clean. All the dUhes used at an ordinary
faiuiiy meal may be cleansed iu a very
short time. The price ot the wathcr
shown as a epcciuicu was twelve dollars.
A set of smoothing irons, the invention
ot Mrs. 1'otts, attracted the adutiiiLg at
tention ol many ladies. They are ta'lcd
"Hie Kntei pi lsr t dd-llaudleSad Iron V
They am lined with a nou conducting
lire-cement, that heat quicker and retains
tho heat longer than the ordinary smooth
ing Iron. The detachable handle Is made
of polished walnut wood, that does not
heat with the iron, aud therefore obviates
the use of a holder. The bottom ol Iron
is double-pointed and nickle phted. A
set consists of thiee, nwt one handle
serves for nil. They are sold lit Ihe low
prhv of two dollars and fifty cents per
"OKI. AMINO Ml. AM UK."
I ty Mutt perseverance and determina
tion, I maimged to obtain n satisfactory
glimpsu of "Dreaming lolaidhe.' the
butler-woman" of Mrs. Carolina S.
Krooksol Helena, Arkansas, "lolanlhe"
is nl ways surrounded by a crowd of per
sons a iloeu deep, nnd it undoubtedly
deserves all Ihe admiration it calls lorth.
The model of ' lolanlhe," in butter, was
made on a common kitchen table, in
April, ls7C, by.;. Mrs. Hrooks; was taken
by the woman's crYitcnnial association of
Cincinnati to the exhibition and has ix-en
kept there in a slate of remarkable pre
servation all thr nigh the heat of
the summer. The head lies iu
tlie pan in which it was modelled; 1
this is placed iu a slanting position iu a
square tin vessel made to serve as a re
frigerator, and the common-place acces
sories of the arrangement are concealed
by crimson drapery. Tho faeo is start
ling in its naturalness, and surprising in
Its lieauty. The smiliing lips, the closed
eyes, the hair flowing away from the
face, make a picture ot sleeping lieauty
such as genius paints and poets dream
"A fliruie strantre anil sweet.
All inaile uut of the carver's brain,"
And one that will be pictured in mem
ory long after the exhibition of 176 h is
become a thing of the past.
lolanthe" is suggestive ot pleasantries
to many who see her. A spectator ob
serving that it was wonderful that such a
beautiful face could be made out of but
ter, my companion remarked that "good
butter was calculated to make a cheerful
countenance at any time."
"OATHKR 'KM AN'U MIX "tM."
A fire screen in the woman's depart
ment Is an object of much attention and
admiration. It is the work of Mrs. Mar
garet Parker, of Dundee, Scotland, pres
ident of ihe woman's international tem
perance union. It consists of lour panels
abcut five feet high and two feet wide
each. These look as though
covered with oriental paintings
of birds, flowers, foliage, lovely
laces of females, children and
winged angles, the whole blended to
gether in exquisite taste. Ou close ex
amination, the work is found to consist
of a collection ot engravings, wood-cuts
some of them cut from illustrated
newspapers colored lithographs and
pictures of all sorts and sizes, pasted or
glued to the panels, oil beautifully
grouped, nnd the whole covered with a
flue varnish. A woman, examining the
Bcreen with a critical eye. said : "Oh ! I
know what this is its 'gather'em and
mlx'etn"' a very common-place name
for so artistic a piece ot labor. Hy a card
fastened to it, iitu are lniormoi tnat
Mrs. l'arker values her screen at live
There Is a line display ol pic
tures in this department, painted
by female artists, and several pieces ot
statuary all of w hich provoke very fa-
orablc criticism from visitors. The ex
hibit of the Industrial work of woman oc
cupies a large portion ot the pavilion
and U generally ol a most interesting and
MIESS AT IHK CKMKNM.lI..
I said in a former letter that I had seen
no expensive costumes at the exhibition.
Tlie remark was true w hen it w as made,
but due regard for veracity will not allow
it to be repeated. These beautiful Sep
tember davs bring out toilets rich and el
egant and visitors so-minded can study
the fall fashions as worn by the wealthy
people ot this and other cities.
The New York Herald ot a lew days
ago contained an article from a corres
pondent in tills city saying that the peo
ple here were alarmed at the prevalence
of typhus and other fevers. The report
Is not true. The people are not alarmed.
sickness does not prevail and visitors and
residents continue to visit the exhibition
without fear of contracting disease,
TIIK l)l lEl.UlWS.
The grand lodge of the I'nitcd States,
beginning its session here to-day, it is
said will be as large and successful as
any of the numerous associations, lodges,
etc., that have held meetings here this
summer. The grand parade will be ou
Thursday. That is "New York's Dav "
aud Gov. Tilden will hold a reception at
the exhibition grounds. An immense
number of icoplo will be in the city,
Uob lngersoll, called here Col. Robert
lugersoll of Illinois, made a speech here
a few days ago which has not been pro
ductive of unmitigated good to the lie
publican party. Philadelphia, making
allowance for the bad element that exists
to a greater or less extent In all cities and
all communities, lias a God-U-lieviug,
God-feariug population, which, on Sun
day, fills to overflowing the churches that
dot the city numerously through all its
limits. Therefore when liob lngersoll
said In his late sjeeeh lo tiu Philadelphia
111 1S01 the ureat PresbvU-riau church
met in Oeucral Synod aud ocned the
shebang with prayer, and when they
oiR-ued it with this oyster-kiiltc of prayer
they passed two resolutions. The lirst
read, "tuvAvett, 1 liat slavery is a Divine
Institution ;' the second, "R. tulcrd, That
Uod raised up tho Presbyterian Church
South to protect and crpetuate that in
stitution." Well, all 1 have to cv U It
(Sol raised up tho Presbyterian Church
oouin to protect ana jcrictuaio that in
stitution. He never chose a more infa
mous instrument to carry out a more dia
IIo was loudly hissed and the words
hit a sting behind incut in
the hearts of Republican ami
Democratic Presbyterians that will
take a loug time to heal. They are not
accustomed to hearing their church de
i.owluated a ".-hebang," and lor days
alter Ihe nhHthig liob hail lell Ihe city
I hey were busy hunting up tho reeonl ol
the western orator who had wounded
them in io tender n point. One gentle
man, n incmltcr of a Presb tci ian church
and w ielding a large inlluence In it nnd
without, when he found that Col. lnger
soll had been u renegade Democrat and
was an atheist of many years standing,
bitterly denounced the Kepublican com
mittee for hi inning such a man here to
tench the people political widoin.
tight Willi Hie XnrtMieM llMiidila.
WiMiNA, Minn., Sept. 21. A sjiedal
dispatch Irom Mankato this afternoon
says Slieritl McDonald, ol 'Sioux City,
killed one of the Northtield Hank roblx rs
and wounded the others to-day. while
they were trying to cross the river at
Texas City. Neb. This news Is not yet
Another dispatch, dated Kasota.Minu.,
at it p. in. to-day, says the lour roblicrs
were wounded iu a swamp eight miles
from Madeliaat:i o'clock Ibis afternoon,
by a parly of 1'k) men. One of them
was killed and the three others severely
wounded, two mortally. They are now
in the .Madclia lock-up, will be taken to
St. Paul in the morning by n special
train. Two o the cili.en were slightly
wounded. The robbers fought to the
last w ith Ihe cneriry of despair. Two
of I Iu wounded roblicrs are .lames broth
ers and the other two are the Younger
brothers. This new s is reliable.
Another account sas they were driven
out of the swamp to the open prairie and
followed by 125 men, who lired on them
at a distance of UK) yards. The robbers
turned round nnd yelled at the pursuers
to "come closer, vou sons ot b s. so we
can reach you with our revolvers," but
tlie prudent citizen blazed away at long
ranire until the robbers fell. Tlie excite
ment is intense, a. id the probability is, if
the surviving rott ters do not die or tneir
vound?,they w ill be lynched before trial.
k-uifas City Times.)
Comnanv D. of 'he Eleventh l uited
States infantry, arrived in tills city on
Sunday, and wore obliged to lay over
until Monday. They were from Fort
Worth, or some other post in iexas, and
on their way to the Indian country in
Dacotah. A meddlesome Radical poli
tician met the boys soon niter they had
Ditched their tents on a h'U above the
depot, and as they marched across 1'nion
avenue to the oroaa-guage saioon, caneu
"Hurrah, boys, for Hayes : '
Not a solitary cheer responded. One
of the sergeants stepped out ot the crowd
ind remarked :
"You have made a unmake: we don't
cheer lor Hayes, we arc Tilden men."
"What! you do not mean to say you
oppose the men who give you tood and
"Yes, we do. v e are tired of drant
and his gang, and as for our food and
clothes, we wi'l excuse him tor that if he
will let us loose.'
"Oh. nonsense, boys; you don t mean
to go back on Grant and Hayes?"
"Yes, we win go nacK on any man
who keeos two-thirds of our boys in blue
down In 'Dixie' to keep white men down
beneath the niggers, ar.d who sends a
handful of us north to be killed and
scalned bv the Indian, armed w ith guns
and bullets, furnished by Grant's brother
Orville and his deputy post-traders-"
"Oh. vou are a copperhead Democrat,'
said the now exasperated politician.
"Yes. and I will bet you a keg of beer,
that three-fourths of my company are
1 iidcn men."
I will take that bet."
A vote was taken, and the vote in com
pany D, Eleventh I'niteil States infantry,
stood Tilden, 40 ; Hayes, -1.
The vote was taken in the presence of
Geo. Gooch, of the broad-gauge, who
supplied the soldier boys with the liecr,
at the expense of the discomfited Repub
These arc tne kind oi men urant ought
to send to help carry Louisiana and
South ( aroliua for Hayes and Grantism.
Ion't Want Them.
"We don't want the white troops
down here," said Packard, of Louisiana,
"they soon get to alliliating w ith their
own color, and we can't make any use of
them. Whatwc want arc the colored
regiments to keep these d d nigger
plantations hands from voting the Demo
cratic ticket." The colored regiments
have accordingly been transferred from
Texas to the susrar fields of Louisiana.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Slato Roof or a,
Roofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stoves
JobbinC PromPtlT Dob.
Lineoln Eutter Powder
Uood Irrklt Uuiirr all Ike Ttw
BUTTER IN 20 MINUTES.
I.iuioln Mutter Towder i an entirely
iiurmieHS article made Irom a celebrated
taitftixu recine, mid now in daily use by
many or thv most nied farmer iu the
butter coimtif, arouud l'hiladcli hia.
lo hot weather thin Tom dor make butter
luiieb. tinner and kwetU-r than it iihually in,
aua keep a frm turniuj,' rantid. It also
rcinoviK ii. ktroiij? navor of turnips, garlic,
ent, eiia btitlkk, cotton heed, etc.; and
tue in. rt uned yie, of butter much mora
mau my n,, (riUinjj expense of using it.
Ma 'ir I'm kic
i.i Vi , IJM'ot : lutf Market
Highland Park, 111.
A oII-kihi. hikI Preparatory luall-
uilou lor 4jU-.
rll M-khinu viib'iulr .h, l7tl,
. A'? "' M"',y Oi.ikiiikIi mel ltudrd. !Ur
I nine. i.,r jiu, ,mWiKUiit i'amtiuir
31ijui.tr,. Moral. m, ,.tu f u Hr.t iiuH. .
wJ fiur... i " '""'du coiunwdioiw. u,a
7,n. Nu rwm.. U ouoiU above two
1? U ri llio" nUraeliva. Thums
.' , ""'i'h-li llirir orUiunry aeboot ntu
iiiuueit u ierniu,v Ik- riwrivnt to pursue our
T.H.,'i.,u,.V lell wlvauliWe. M-
SIXTH STHKKT. Between OHIO
IiKVEE! AND COMMEBCIAL
Manufactures hi owl Horxt ShoaaanJ
can Aaauiu Oootl Work.
, PATRONAGE SOLICITED
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly auenaea to.
HSrTo large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
aonin or year, ai umrorm rates.
CAIB0 CITT COAX C0MTAVT.
l-Ha!li'Uy Bro.'a office, So. 70 Ohio Larva.
I Vllniridny tiro 's wharf boat.
If" At Kfryutiitn Mill, or
UTAt Um Coai luuip, foot af Touty-Kliibtb
PoM Offlr Prawrr. Win.
Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Faducah, Shawneetown, Evans-
I.- 1 1 j .
vine, i-iouiBviue, vinoinnau
and all way landings.
The elegant stde-wbeel iteanor
Waltkh It. I'ENNIWI.TOX... ...... UlUttrr
ClIAKI k- rn.NNIMliTUK....... Clerk
Will leave Cairo every WKDNKHDAY at 6
o'clock t. iu.
1 he fleet aleainer
Has Howard .
hu. '1 iioma
Leaves Cairo every SATL'KDAT.
Kaeh bout make close eotinectiona at Cairo
With UrHi-eliua iteamera for lit. Ixiuia, Meni-
lhianl New Orleaiia. aud at Kvaovdl with
Ihe K. AC. H. it rur all HiiiU Korth and kaat.
andwiUithe IxuinvUle Mail MeajiM-ra fukall
poiutM on Uie L'pper Ohio, rivinx UirouKh r
oelpta ou 1'reiKhU uii'l paaueuera to all poluli
ror urtner inrorruation apply to
SOL. HlLVk.it, Vateu;er Agent.
J. M. I'HILUF.H, 'AlftnU.
Or to U J.UUAMUKK.
aujieriutendent and Uwnerul KreiKht AKDt,
l'i-j-jo-lr. Kvanavilla liMluua.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
AQKNT3 AMERIOAN POWDKK OO
57 Ohio Levee.
BOX and BASKET CO
Ah kind (hard aud aolt,)
FLOORING, SIDLNQ, LATH, tio.
Mill and Yard.
Jorner Thirty-Fourth Street and
Q. D WILLIAMSON,
Aul Dealer iu
16 OHIO IXVXE.
QPKCIAL atUntloi f iveo oeonl-nmeoU a I
1 Ailinjr ordara
No Ml Ohio Lvae.
T e if.
to all Their Department
Couaiuaoclng May lat. 187S.
Rich Black Silks
The Mont Celebrated I.todh Ixonis,
At ! OS lledured from 91 ,
At SI Stt Keducati iroia tl 7,
AI SI ).1 Kediued Irom -J Oft,
At 9 N Hedurot Horn 9t Aw,
Phi: Ccbti &nd Fts Silks
At Or l:eluced from 91
At SI Ow HuloorU from SI Hit,
At SI S Ke!ul Irom tl So,
At SI Aw Keducel Irom SI w.
E.E6AXT Witt ftS3 SOCDi
la Camera Hair, Cheviot!, and Damaeteei, He
duoeil to T".. M, wi eeuta $1. from H ;
I SO, $1 74 aad i ".
Popular Dross Goods
In New and Fashionable Fabric andt olura, ol
lc Reduced from
I ! Knlucel rroin 3.1;
ac: Keduoed from :; I
'4lic Knluead fn.m 7n
SOc, ITurmer price awe to Hc.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At e UI and tUS, For marly Sold at I-",
She. ul MA Mx ...wis
Att" ' aad Sw-
Keducal from $ 0, kt'i aud -"'.
LLAKi, CTTOmi ITUKD
At 1 1 S' to- Kedured irom l to
Ladies' and Mltset' Suits,
The luteal Pari Blyle from 10 1'uwanl. tm-
brarlnjc tba cnoloeal do emea i
Ladies' and Childrens Underwear
Ad ImmcDM Stock of afoat Beautiful and
AUat Verf r.aaat Kadactloo.
r.lie', i'hildrcira ami MentlcotPii'
l lieltMt Knaliah. French and IJanuan Uiod
All alarkau alloweal roallle I'rU'fM,
Ara tborouglily atocVed with the best
ii..inwiil navkaiffl Drli'ea. Baan-
tiful Ainsrican print at be. and 6c. per
vara; a tana am a a uioacaiaa juuu h w,
Lonadale ahirtlnes at 10c; Maw York
. m.ikl . . . . 1 1 1.. I
Mllla, 1 ic; and 5-4 aheatlnga at VHc,
TABL2 AIB OTBSft UXEXS
In all the Varloua Grade, atXB,rK,n-
(Which w kwp at the Grand Htreet ator
onlr). we ara ottering Knxltati and Ameri
can tapeauiei at $!, former price fl lb;
kody Uruaaela at tl 60, former price fl 80;
all-wool Inirraln at 7Uo.. former price. U0c.:
three ply ibtrralsa at l go, former price.
VI ou; oii-ciotns at mc, to uc ; loruier
Dricea. &0c. ta 87c.
baiuple of g oodf, and eataloirues sf la
dlea and uiiaaea' auita aod mualio under
wear, and infanta' otittite, aent free of eUarge
to all aectina of the United SUUi.
ltulu lor aelf-aaeaaureaaant aaat on applU
cation to all part ol the country.
Order for good of all kluda will be care
fully attended to, and the good packed
and lorwarded wiinoui cuarge. jane-w;
Broadway and Twentitth Street.
Grand and Christie Sts., N. Y.
(Or lplaesd la a Has, ertr)
IS MILES OIF
RVF.nV STOVK IS
Wberever t'4-l or Mold
Ii Abbis!? Fiilitil i Fill1,!
Von. 37, 38, 30, 47, 48 and 49
Are a Marvelou Combination of
And all the r:entil Point Hint go to Make uu
Moat Perfect Cooking Stove
Ever Ollcred t. II, Public.
Made Only by the
Excelsior Manufacturing o.,
So, m. fill. Dir. and ol N. Muit.,
hi. I.wala, Ma.
O. W. HENDERSON,
St.O liarles Hotel.
r&xcss US.CS9 to m tikes
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floor, $2.50 per Day.
Room and Board, ad Floor S3 .00 Per Day
Bpewlal RaUi fcy Weak or Maatfc.
A limited number of Trry denlrahle family
rouina can b arcurol at reanonabl rate lor U
I ha Ht. Char Ira i the lanreatatHl brat lxilDt
ed IIoum in ftoutuern IIIiimh, and ia I Ik- Iradina
hotel In Cairo. AolwlllutaiHlina; the "tins
Hock" reduction In irti-es, Ihe table ill,a
uaual, be liberally aUiiliMt with Ihe rry beat
of every thing ttiat eaa be fuiind la market.
lata tarn aaiuola room fur comiurn ial tray-
elere. oa around floor. Irreof charge.
All UarKaor (uaat conveyed to ami irom
the hotel without charge.
4-1-1 f Proprietor
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Vatiesal Bamk BaiUiBg, taira.
rka Oldest XaUblUhad Aancy In Bout
arm IlUaola, raprwaanU&ar otr
B8S OOO 000
B. F. PA11KER.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
7all Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Bhados. &c.
aiwaya oa hand, tba celebrated illaiulnatiaa;
I SB BullctliiK,
Oormar KleveaU Strwat end Waaklaat
Soutbera Diitrict of Illinoi.-. At Cairo the
lath day of Aaguat, Ai V. HVt.
The undaniifned hereby gie notice of
h'i appointment at aaalgnee of Wataou 11.
Rockwell, late of Cairo, Is tbe County of
Alexander and State of Illinois, witbiu laid
diatrict, who baa bees adjudged bankrupt
upon hi own petition by tbe district eoui t
of said dittrlet. GEORGE HSHKB,
Aug 17d8w- Aslirnte.
Dealer in Fresh Menta
Betwaaa Waaal&aTtoa aad Oom&arklal
Aenea, a4jolalac Banar'e.
REV'S for tale tba beat Beef, Park, kiuttoa
Vaai, Lamb. Sauaaf. Ao . and la pre
rraad U aerte (aaalllaa to aa acceptable ttm: 1st
SOLD DURING tho YEAR 1875