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' THURSDAY, MAT 21, 1874.
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Prociaiiiation by tMe Governor.
. . I .STATK OlMUXNOlS. I
cLXKCUttVK DlcrARTMKNT. J
In accordance yritix national and depart
mental order of tht grand army of the re
trawic, lb obMrrance ot a custom elroadj
uouortu, ana in Harmony with tho lentl
menu or affection and patriotism ol tho
I. John L. HKviurr, a overnor or tho
dUte of Illlnoli,do hereby appoint Saturday,
the SOLh Inst, a "Memorial Day," In rcmem
berancc of oar patriotic dead.
And I earnestly, request that all tho good
pcoplooftliaitaU oi Illinois, on thai, dny
cease from tbelr usual avocation, nud Join
lo commemorating tho ruffiirnlga and valoF,
the sacrlflof i,ud death of oar follon heroes,
bystrewlntftfiejrferavos with taring How
era and decorating their tombi with frch
And I do lurtb.tr rcollest. that on llm Hah.
bttK!?9fBptirH oureburehesj sflipwr-
wniimugiiiiuin memory oi me loved
onea and in sympathy with those who atilj
mourn Inculcating publio andprivate virtue,
obedience to law, and love ot couiitry,.a.nd
expressing gratltullo'to Almighty Ood TbV
hlaconUnued blessing Upon aa a nation;
In teittmony wlfereof i have hereunto r-ct
my liaud, and caused tha great Real
oi, auto to be afuxed. , Done at
lSKALSprlnjaeld,thls 8th day .of May, In
the year ot our Ixird one Uiouiaud
eight hundred and seventy-four.
John l. Uxvkhumik,
U j tho Governor : Governor.
Secretary of the stale.
Tiie Charleston, (Mo;) 'Courier' pub
lishes an illustrated history of tho war
Tub difficulty in Spain is still un
Bottled. Tho C'arlists and republicans
ro. hurting oach other.
CONOBMg may adjourn on the 22nd
of Juno, tut in all probability will re
main in seaslon until July 1st.
The Duke do Chartcs has chal
Jenged Paul do Cassagnao ; wo hope
ho will, aim for a dead sHot. .Thero is
nol a greater nuisanco in Christendom
than that samo do Cassagnao. IIo is
greatly in need of a bullet through
somo vital part of his body.
GovBitNOli Bevmidok will deiivcr
the oration at Jlound City
ontho i30th ingf. Ho will
thi9Jtj,Satarday morning. ".My.taJk,"
bo sayr in a letter to the committee,
"win not exceed thirty minutes."
Dr. Nichols who is in , charge of tho
aaylnm to Which Keproscntativo Mol
lish has been taken for insanity, eaya
that the caso is very serious, and ono
which ho Is regarding with a great deal
solicitude. Though there are some
grounds for hopo of his recovery, with
the aid of quiet and skillful treatment,
yet his diseaso is ono in which thero is
ground for the worst apprehensions.
He aays Jdr. Mcllish appears to havo
overtasked his mind by ecoking to re
tain too much by tho uso of tho mom
ory, as well as by both constant and ir
regular study since ho has been in con
gress with a dcBire to accomplish a
great deal in a short space of time.
He is also physically weakened.
dilion Wohggrajatcr. Jhc nervous
The President unoquivocally con
demns' the currenoy bill passed by tho
flenata. He considered the bill, as or
iginally reported by tho financo com
JuitUc, jsieaiMre of compromise, and
though not such a measure as ho would
Cttli 1 J A- M n
ws ugwwua poesu iu praviue lor
epocial paymenl,yct ho would havo Lecu
willing to accept it as a compromise
with thflflotstb, and tho West. Tho
amount of issuo ho looks upon as a
eltf the wrong direction and an at
tempt on the part of tho inflation sen
ators to claim by a new demand what
ho cJerJjr refused to reeogniro in his
last veto message He now urges lcad-
- log men n the house to have tho bill
ao amended as to wako it consistent
for hist to aign it in tho event of tho
senate concurring in the amendments.
The President also desires that con
g'ree shall do somothuig,if ouly to give
effeet to the rodtstribuiion aot. Kithcr
this or the original senate hill will ro
wye hia approval, otherwise his veto
on be roUedupou"
A''bw days ago, it was atmounoed
uiai iso ucauuuariers oi ina nrmv
A.. 1. - 1 . r.. .
it is now furthor proclaimed that Uon
cral Sticrman and hin 8 toff will remove
to that city on tholgrit of June.'' No
definite rcajon.ferUii9 change haslccn
given, further than that General Sher
man has long desired tho change. Tho
Detroit 'Free 1 W of tho 10th lust.,
howovcr, assigns a causo whioh may or
tnario'i bd'trilc,. but whioh wc give,
for what it is worth.
Tho mention of General Sherman as
a probable caudidato for tho presidency
in 187C, is not now to tho people. It
has oven been said that tho president
favored the candidacy of Sherman and
that in caso ot his sucoosaion to Orant'g
scat, it had been arranged that tho lat
ter should resamo his old position of
general of tho army.
Tho Detroit 'l'reo Press1 affirms by
implication that President Grant is
jealous pf General Shorinan' popular
ity, and that his function of the re
moval of the headquarters or tho army
from y'ashlagton to St, Louis is but
ono of a long eorios . f annoyances lo
which Sherman has bc:n subjected by
Grant's jealousy of him ns possibly tho
Until Gonornl Sherman wax pro
moted to tho head of thp army, it had
boon (ho cuafohVbf all army officers to
report to tho secretary of war. This,
General Shbrrann, with tho ranotion of
Prosidont Grant, chapged- Army oflt-
eors wero required to report to tho head
of tho army "to avoid tho absurdity of
a' general commanding tho army with
his duel stall olhccrs reporting to some
body olse." Shortly aftor Mr. Helk
nap was naado secretary of war, ho di
rected that the, olfeprdor-t of things
should bo resumed. President Grant
ncouioacod, it is boliovod not avcrso to
seeing Slicrwan, tho popular soldior
and man., atid ..his 'probable rival in
187G, humiliatod and annoyed. An
estrangement has grown up between
thein,. and tho removal of tho army
headquarters to St. Louis is said to be
simply a move on tho part of the pres
ident to degrado and annoy General
Sherman. If this is the secret history
of tho removal of Sherman to St. Louis,
tho palpablo injustico to him will not
causo him to suffer in tho estimation of
.Spool 1 mooting or lh City Council.
Council Oiiambbr, k
Cairo, III., May 10, 1B74, 7J r.M. j
Present Ilia honor Mayor "Wood, and
Aldarinon Hal lid ay, Mathuu, ilorrli,
Nellls, Haup, Thlstlewood, Waldor and
The chair itatoa mat the object of tho
meeting was for tho nomination of apodal
polico constable! for tho dllToront wharl-
boats and railroad depots, and alio (or
Alderman MaHwcn appoarod and took
The mayor nominated Ooo. Lohr,
Thomas Saott. John Barrv and John
Hart for tho positions of apodal night
polico oomtablos for the Illinois Central
railroad dapoti and wbarfboat. Confirm-
od by tho following vote : Ayes Haiti-
I tat Ualkd.i A r IP 1 1 I . V 1U .
S.up, TWstlowood. Walderand Wrlaht
9. Nays 0.
The mayor nominated It. L. Harris for
tho position of special night police con
stable for tbo Mississippi Central railroad
depot and tranifor. Confirmed. Ayos
Halllday, Matbuss, MeEwon, Morris,
Kellls, Banp, Tblstleweod, Waldor and
Wright 9. Nay 0.
Tho mayor nominated Jamoa Law for
tbo position of special day polico con
stable, and John Johnson for the position
of spoclal night polico constable on Phil
lips' wharfboat. ConUrraod. Ayos Hal
llday, Matbuss, Mcliwen, Morris, NellU,
Banp, Thlstlevood, STalder and "Wright.
0 Nays 0.
Tbo mayor nomlnatod Michael Huggold
tor the position ofspnclal day polico con
stablo, and O 1. Miller for tho position
of spncui night polico constablo on Hal
hday lire. wbarfbeat. Confirmed
Ayos Halllday, Mathuis, MEwen, Mor
ris, wouis, Baup, Thlatlewood, Walder
and "Wright 0. Nayos o.
i no mayor nomlnatod Matthow Clark
tor the position of spoolal day puiiwv uuu-
stable, and I'alrlck Callahan for tho posi
tion of ipeelaj night polico eonstablo, at
Halllday JJroi' warohouso. Confirmed.
Ayes Halllday, Mstbuss, MoKwen, Mor
ris, Nellls, Saup, Thlstlowood, Waldor
and Wrlgbt 9. Nays-0.
Tho mayor nominated Ooorgo Van
Drecklln for tbo position of epoclal day
polico constable on Cairo and VI neon ties
railroad wbarfboat. Conllrmod. Ayos
Halllday, Matbuss, MoKwen, Morris,
Saup, Tblitlowood, Walderand Wright
Jl a toe's addrehs.
Tbe mayor aroso and addrossod tbo
council as follows :
QentUmcn of iht City Council : It was
my Intention. In the'remarks subrnlttod to
yeur honorablo bodv on tbo nlchl of vour
organization, lo bring beforoyou for yeur
erious cousiaeraiion too nil prevailing
and Important subieol of what can best
bo done towards alleviating our prosent,
and I may say our only, blcdranco to tho
permanent growth of our city. Tho fro
quent accumulation of water In tho low
parts of our city during seasons of high
water demands our careful study, and to
to see whether or not we cannot inaugu
rate some system, definite In Its plan,
looking towards an abatement of this co
nous matter. And whilo wo roust admit
at the outset that this Is a bard subjoct to
grapple wltb, It Is, in nv opinion, no
harder than what other citlos have grap
pUd with and havo Anally connuorod.
Thero Is In my opinion only ono way
to overcomo the (lifllcullins that sur
round us, and that Is by a
filentiful uio of filling In the places sub
eet to overflow by tbe slpe water. Other
piaos navo been triod and a s-rnat dost of
tun and money spentf-and all to no pur
pose. Tbis tnetbod In ray opinion Is tho
only way left for us to Inaugurate. Tho
great and important question will bo how
to raisojncani necessary to accomplish
uuu b uurcuioan task? Aim on this point
I would not bo In lavor of compelling
ownors of lots to fill tho samo sooner than
tbey could possibly bour tho oxponse.
Whon wo tako into consideration tbo fact
Ibaiw raised during tbo last year mill,
ciodt'toliquldato and piy all of our over
duo bonds, amounllnir to oleven thousand
dollars, and also reduced tbo amount of
script In circulation a little over olght
thousand dollars, it does not seom at all
impoislblo to ralio n Ilka amount each
year for this much noeded Improvement.
How bost to ralso tho moans nccostary so
at to suit all parties concernod is a vory
important mattor; whclbor to ralso It by
cenoral taxation or bv sncclal uiMimmi
is a question ontlroly at tbo dhpoial of
ma cin.ou, iiirougu moir roprosonlalivel
la the city council. I am nwsro of tbo
feeling which exists among our citlzons
with the systom of special assoisments,
and of tbo troublo to colloct tho same. It
cannot bo expeclod that Improvements of
this kind can bo commoncod and success
fully carried out In all portions of tbo city
at onco, but If ono or two streets could be
tilled each year by general taxation, the
proporty holders would be tho belter en
abled to fill tbelr lots to tho depth
required, duppeso wo rais by gonornl
taxation ten thousand dollars, tiie preiont
year and judiciously oxpond that amount
In tbo manner recomraooded 7 It Is my
opinion that unrth can be brought into
tbo city by tunms at rt cost of 'JDo per
cubla yard, and by doing It in this ay,
tho monoy will bo oxponded among jur
own cltlzont, giving lbor and employ
mans lo men and teams, which at tbo
present tlmo is very much noeded. With
tbo amount mentioned we could bring
Into tbo city abounttblrty thousand yards
of filling and by a repltitlon of this for a
number of yoirs, wo would, at no vory
distant dny eoe a marked change in the
appearanco and prosperity of our city.
This, In my opinion, is the only method
left for us to do, and unless wo adopt this
systom, or some such looking to tho samo
ond, wo will cortalnly bopo in vain for
any steady or permanont growth to tako
niace. rermanent Improvement of this
mnu is mo oniy tning Iolt Tor us to do,
and to loavo this undone much longer will
no n lata mow to our growth and pros
Oontlemon, this Is n subject of doep
lntorcit to us all, and should bo carefully
wolghod by tho citlzons and mombors of
tho eouncil. How to eel thn nnonln to
tako that interest in It which tho subject
demands, is another' point to bo thought
ui. i woum rocommonu motings lo bo
held In oach ward, so as to havo a froo
and full discussion of this important sub.
'lo commonco this improvement for
ooo year and allow tho matter to drop
would bo folly. If wo can manago to got
all of our citizens Interested in this mat
ter It will mako but little dilloronco who
fills our places in the coming yoar.
By concerted action at this tlmo wo
may mould thn minds of tbo citizens to
tako tbis step and mako this matter tho
key noto of our future administrations.
Oentlomon, I earnestly reouost vou lo
give this mattor tho tirn and the deliber
ation it is Justly untitled lo, and should
we inauKiirato this svslem. or anv other
that will accomplish tbo end desired, we
will inaugurato somothing which will
evontually civo our citv that stimulus
and position that our location demands.
I bave given tbis subject much, thought
for tbo last month and If it wero nocoisarv
at tbe present tlmo to uo moro into this
matter in detail I mleht ponlblv havo
dono so. but mv srosont aim is to lirlm
the matter before you for your careful
consideration. If I havo orrod in this re
commendation It is with a good Intention,
and should the council suggost any better
or oasior molhod than I havo dono I
will be most bappy to co-operato with
them In anything that will tend to tbe
promotion of tbo end sought to bo ac
complished. All of which Is most re
John Wood, Mayor.
On motion of Alderman Halllday said
addross was roceivod andorderod spread
upon tho records, publlshod with tho pro
ceedings of tho conncil, and rofcrred to
the oommltto on ttreots.
Tho following communication from
Wm. Mollale, city marshal, was road :
To the Mayor and City Council :
Gcktlbmkn : It has oomo to my
knowledge that certain charges, affecting
my bonosty as a man and Intogrioy as an
otllcer havo boen made against me. Iam
conscious of my innocenso. I know that
1 have never' been guilty of adiihouost
act whilo marshal or tbo city, and in tbo
confident beltaf that investigation will
vindicate my character and oonvlnco you
and tbo pooplo of Cairo that I bavo not
only been an honest but faithful publlo
officer. I respectfully requoit that a com
mltteo of the council beappointod to inves
tigate tbe charges made, and to report
to your honorablo body.
Wm. MoUai.1!, City Marshal
Whoroupon Aldormrn Morris presont
ed tho following resolutions, which was
on motion ot Aldorman Halllday, adopt
Wukbkab, Certain reports aro in clrcu
latlon, seriously rellocting on tho conduct
oi uuy Aiarsnai Jicuaie; ana
Wiixkicak, it Is alike duo to tho city
and Mollale, that tho truth or falsity of
said charges bo established; tboreloro bo It
iiesoivou, That a comimtioo of Qvo bo
appolntod to Invoitleato tbo charges made.
with full power to compel the attendance
' i inai uiu uioinuura uf .ulJ
committee Oe sworn beforo commencing
tuo trial, to investigate all chareos which
may be brought agalnit said McIIalo In
his capacity as city marshal, and to mako
ujusi.iruo ana conscientious report to
tbo city council of tho result and con
elusions to which they shall arrive, and
that in such Investigation and roporl thoy
wm uv. uu luuunucsi uy iear, lavor or
any personal consideration.
Ilesolved, That tbo mayor bo roquested
louciur any mnnor nomination for niv
luniauxi uutii aaiu I'wmimieu uas inrnit
--nV, -1 !1 ..I I t.. J
catod and reported as above lot fnrth.
Tho chair appolntod as such coinmlllnn
tbo mayor and Aldormon Morris, Haiti-
uay, u aiuer auu saup.
xboomclal bonds of M, B. Cox, city
comptroller, in the sum of $500, with It.
II. Cunningham and William Stratton
as socuriUos, was presented, and on mo.
tion of .Alderman Halliday,approvoJ and
Tho ofllcial bend of I). .1. (Jalllgan, su
porintondont of streets, was pre3onted,and
on motion of Aldorman Morris, approvod
and ordorod fllod.
Tho ofllcial bonds or Daniel McCarthy,
city jailor, wan presonted, and on motion
of Alderman Waldor, approvod and or
The ofllcial bond of J. C. Lallun, day
polico constable, was prosontod and, on
motion ot Alderman Wright, approvod
and ordered filed.
The uWcial ond of Olmrlos .Mehnor,
night police cot stablo, waa preiented and
on motion of Aldorman Hallldaj' approv
ed and ordered fllod.
Tha official bond of Andrew Cain, night
polico constable, .wai presented, and on
motlpn ol Aldorman Waldcr, approved
and ordorod filed. "
Tho offlclnl bond ol W. W. Wooton,
night polico constable, wai prosontod, and
on motion of Alderman Ndhs, approved
and ordered filed.
xno omciai bond ol John Sheetian,
night police constablo, was proientcd,and
on motion of Aldorman Saup, approved
and ordorod (Hod,
Tho official bond of H. T. Mar
tin nignt polico constablo was
prosontod, and on motion of Aldor
man Halllday approved and ordorod fllod.
l'otltion of Arab flio compsny asklnc
for COO feot of hoso, wai, on motion of
Aiuorman Jiaiihlny, roferroa to com-
mutoo on nro department.
A commiiuo from 1J. r. liUkn. rliv
kiuuauiui. aflmiiu uiu council in nroviun
mm wun n look in which lo register
coupons of outstanding bonds, was road,
anu on motion or Alderman uaiiiday, re
ferred to city comptroller, with Instruc
tions to purchase said book.
Un motion of Alderman Hallldav tbo
W. KINO HAWKINS,
7.i P.Matbiln V.. 0. Uhl
MATHUSS &. UHL,
I'orwanllug & (Icncial
FLOUll, GRAIN, HAY AND
Ohio Levee, - Gino. Iu.8
Wood Rittenhouso & Brother
l.'Kl Ohio Levee
U .AVBIin. K. ,. AYKK1
AYEIiS & CO.,
GKNEltAL COMMliJSION MIR0HAN1S
No. 7 r.Mva.()ino()AiRl lr.ii.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Preprepared to forward all knda ol
Freight to all point?. '
EaTlluslncm atleiulud lo promptly.
1. t, I.aue.
anil dealcrj In
HIDES, FURS, FEATlKItS,
UtESmX, KAOS, ETC.
Orders and ConhlgnncnU Sollclteil.
No. HI Ohio Levee. OAlltO. ILL
II. A. Thorns
L. U. Thorns
TUOM8 & lilOTHEll,
Succesotra toll. M.Uulen,
COMMISSION MERQ3ANTS, BROKERS
AMD DMAjniO IS
ktniiln .tit sitao flrorerlm,
foreign and Douestlu
134 Commercial Avonue,
OAIHO. - . IIJ.INOIH
And Dcabr In
Lime, Cement, JPltstcr, Hair, kc.
CTI will xrll In carload lots at inamitac-
tnrcraprleei., ntMli'fc- iriljjlit.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Suctchsor to John It. I'lilllin,)
iMKAb, MIAN, &o.
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powder Company.
STRATTON & BIRD
Agenta American Powder Company,
0? OHIO )';, CA11IO.
CO A I,
TIIE 'CAIUQ CITY
Are prepared to mipply customer..
HUH uiu bent
J.KAVK OHDHltu it
nK5T7'l'lay llro.'s nillce, Sn. 70
JflT llnlll.lay llm.'H Wharlboal;
mfe.' A !h.U ,'0a, IUI"I', f'Kit ol
Special Inducements to Large CoaEnmers
C N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Levco, over Matlius & Uhl'n.
SalYord, Morris & Candcc,
1.1 UlllO J.0TC0. Ultv Aatintinl Itntit-
Jlutldin, Caiiio, IM..4.
The oldert cstaMMu'd Akciic-v In Soiill.,.ni
llllnol., ri-preHiilliitf hut
of 'bo tics-t In-urancc Capital oI thn U. S
MKAI. KHTA1K AI1UUV.
JM V. lUimin. Chai.lhorf
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
And I.HI.1 Agents ol the llllnol Central and
uiiningiuu uuu .illfpimrl 1!. 11. Coc.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levco,
C. WINSTON & CO.
Real Estate Agents,
71 Ohio Levee, (Second Floor,)
liny and Sell ItEAI. KSTATK. l'ay TAXK3,
j-iirniMien AOairatiH oi line.
IT IS 1TOT TITJE
UK IN NTII.L I.IVIHU ANU IN CAIII
Ills olltco and dispensary at
NO. 22 EIGHTH STRKKT,
net. Commercial and Wasnminon avenue
It It true, the doctor 1h ono of the oldest
physicians of tho place, and hu diploma
that liunn in IiIh olllce, shows that bo has
bocn Hi yearn In the profession. Ho U doing
a larger olllco prastlce than any other phy
sician, treating all kinds of chronic dleeanea
ot tho human tiyBtem, nucli as old ulcers, and
all dl'eatun of the Hklo, humorH and blood
poisons; also uineaseH oi tuo inroat; niio
all diseases ot tho eyes of vnara utaud nir
also artificial oyea Inserted; llstula cured
without tho uso ol a knllo ; cancers cured
by, tho application of medicines; pimples on
me face removou; an urinary diseaso
cured ; an fonns of venereal and private
uiseafle;curou lumo Hnoricei iimo ; acmia
weakness and self-abuso cured In a xlior
It is solf-evldont that a physician treating
cases for tweuty-two yearn aciiuircli groat
All consultations confidential, in person
or uy lotioa,
modlulnes furnished at olllco In
Id.'il tf.l l)u. David Uultz
EoU. Wood & Oo
rouiitalns, VnHes, Animals. Iron Slalrs,
iiiinii rosia, Miwiiti i nuK,
CAST, WROUGHT & WIRE RAILINGS
AHAHH, ...... I I I I . '
,uui:vh uuu iiuuiuiD jihiiii.
And a General Assortmont of Orua-
mental Irou 'ork.
Kfctlmatos and dcslL'iis nwitnn intillpniinn
stating the chn at work duslrod.
Xt ILLlAJt 11 SMITH, M. D.
ltKSinKlX'lC-.Vo. 31. Thirteenth street.
between Wiitblnuton aveiitln and Walnut
street, Oillct'UU commercial avemio, un
WHOLKSALK AND 11 ETA IL
Chemicals. Patent Mod
loilelt Artie ks, Druggist's l-'ancy Cloods, Collier
Lead and Otlier f m.lns
, . 1 - v-viin. ui b. v ill II1S1 I'M.
Window Glass, Wax Flower .Alaterial. Tul,,. (V,Inr v.
j-ih..., jjju;,, j'iiu.
?oIi0.,f co,rrc"'P0'nI"cc and order
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
7 1 Ohio Lcvec,
NE WHO TEL
(Late Proprietor of the St. Nicholas Hotel j
Has become Superintendent ol the
iii in urn ii
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
fr. Walker havint; taken chartre of thin old nn.1 t.11.L-nn.r,. -.n
onco j;ive it n thorough reuovatiiiB, and
nonKuesiH. .nr. walker will wclcoino
will always ho glad to eo them.
First-class Day Board $20 p01. Month.
HAEHY WALKEE, Supt.
50 Ohio Lcvec
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
Tho Planter's House is located on Ohio Levco Street in
CLOSE PROXIMITY TO RAILROAD DE
POTS A1STD STEAMBOT LANDINGS
And in tho Center of tho Uunincps Portion ol tho City. Tho Homo is new
and complete in all itH appointment. Tho rooms, nro laro and airy, hcniileii
beiny elegantly furnislicd and carpeted. Uuct will rcecivo courteous treat
ment and tho host of accommodations.
Transient Guests $2 per J)ay. Dny joar(lois$20 per lontli.
A TrustyWatcli for Trains and Boats-Day and Night.
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fa i ' pi u S
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O.W. DUNNING, M.T).
UKSIDKNCK-corncr Mnlli a'nd Wnlnut
Streets. Ollli; corner Sixth HtroH luicl
Ohio levee. Olllce hour from II a ni., lo
m,, and H p. m
l',.;..iu ri,.u n:i..
from Driliruliili IMiv
Irlnnl anil dciicr.-il .lnm
miij' .MimUcIiiu cai-ci turn.
ItKTAIL & I'HKCJHPTIOK,
WashliiKton .1 vp. ror. nglitli SI.
put it in lirvt-cla ordor for tho rccep.
lu.i old cut-tomer. to th new hou.e and
J)H. WM. HALL'S
Balsam for the Lungs
THK GUKA.T AMEHIOAN CON
Consiitnjitlon U NOT an Inciirablo dlfieato.
rhythms asiiro iik thin (act. It Is only
iieeii.huiT to havo tho Hlghl Itemed)', and
tho Icnllilu malady uau bocoiuiiicrcd.
Hall's Bahan Is this Remedy.
It breaks up tho night MvoaU, rollovcs tho
niijirci-ilvt) tlKbtiie.il across tho lun(,'. and
IuiiiN tint larcorated and excoriated surfaces
wlilcli thotciiom ol Uiu iIUoubo iiroilucuH.
avium: i-u j: lasts thkiik is iron:
It may notbn too lata toellcct a cure even
alter tho ilocloih havo t'lvcu )ou up
Hall'd llaliiam Is hold ovorywherc, and
may hu had at wliole.ilo ot the I'roprUtors,
.loliii Henry Ourraii tt Co,, at their
(Iruat .Mndli'ine AVari'lioime, 8 and 0 Collciju
I'Muo, -Now York. I'rli'O ?l per bottle.
Hull's Jhlxam In abn a Hiiro remedy lor
(.'oukIih, CoiiIk, I'hciimona. Kronuhlttlf,
Astl'ina, .Splttlii); ol lllood, Croup, tVhoop
ins; Cough , and all other tllaealeii oj tho res
AlsoTroprletom of Bcovlll's lllood and
l.tvrr Syrup, Carbolic Halvo.Hdoy'ii Trochon,
Oxygenated Hitter, ilutt'a Jdver Tills. Ac,
.IOIIN P. HKNIt Y, ClIllltAN .t CO ,
8 and II ColltR" Tlacu, Mow ork,