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6ATUHDAY, AUGUST 1, 1874.
OBUInl Pnprol II10CII7 unci tnimtr
iflV H. OBRHIV. Editor rl.lth9t
rKTOlS Or TUB ItULl.KTH
9ns week, by carrier i
One year by cvrtor, In advance.'. . to 00
Oae yew by currier II rot pild In
advance ,il UJ
n month, by mall 1 tO
rbr month 1 8 00
fclX BOS thi, . 6 15
On year
13 00
xikws cr wssuir tan it 111
ol Yeu . it ou
Six Mojitti '.i
Tarte Month
Invariably In advance.
lag mailer on erry pair.
TltT.Hr. aro twenty thousand ;
era now iu working order in the
try.
iraiig-conn-
Lo.mi IJiiA.N'Clt guests arc in favor
of a third term for (2cn. f!rnnt,becatic
iu that event, that watering place trill
remain tho minimcr capital lor four
ycar more.
It it estimated that 0110
ImmlreJ
thousand dollars will not more
than
repair the damage done to the streets,
sewer and bridges of Alleghany city
by the late disastrous storto.
A vr.ltr strange freak of nature oc
curred in Grayrillc 011 last Monday.
A respectable lady of that town be
oamo tho mother of what tho (irayrillo
independent calls " ifouMn child, 1
joined closely by the head and breasts, ,
face to lace, with full set of perfectly
forrzici legs and arm--." Thn child
was still bom.
Whateveh may bavo- becu (jay
nor's motion, perhaps no one, with the
exception of Mr. Ilcecher and his
friends, regrets that he lias been In
trumental in pushing the great scandal
into the court. There is now a rea
sonable prospeot that the ond of it will
be reached that public opinion will
be enabled to decide justly in to all
parties and that the dish, palatablo
perhaps to some, but uatucaus to many,
which has been set beforo millions of
readers daily for weekn past, will be
discontinued for want of ingredients to
make it up.
A correspondent of tho St. Louis
'Times', who has been "doing" the
eastern watering places, cays it is the
opinion of JS'cw York DcuiocmU that
Vaudcrbilt, Tom Scott and .lay Gould
cau name tho next president, nnd that
the corporations controlled by theso
men will crush any man who docs not
au'it their ideas. New York Demo
crats of this stamp bhould make a west
iru tour and get their eyes opened
New York is a great state, but it s not
the llntnn u- , . " "'
iuii tneaaure, coutrol it and tho Hast,
are powerless in tho West.
Dickon's Platonic love.
INJ-'ATUATIO.N WITH AN AC
THE3S TUK CAUSE Of THK
OHKAT NOVKLIriT'ri bo.
ME3TIO Tl'.OL'IILKS.
London Letter to the Aicalun
lu the hat American papers which
have come to Land I ten thut WilLio
Collius' drama of ''The Frozen llnn'
1... 1 . 1 .. .71
ucra jiunormru 111 in-lon. J ott
ure perliaps awaro that ('oUidi has re
cenllybeen engaged in turning thiH
play into a novo). "The l-'roziiii Deci)''
awaken' many itllcctions in mv mind
as that pieco was indiu-otly iho means'
ot brmgiue; about, much of Djckeis'
domt.tio mihappiuesa. Tho WJ1010
Htory ot hisheparation from his wife
hai never beeti properly told, and in
ail probability never will be, as hi
widow is resolved to maintain thu hi
.euce fcuo iiaa 10 long tept. Hut it is
Ktuerally known that tho family 'ih .lis-
readera way hnvo heard or it,.. ,
amateur performnncea given i 1751,
t , , rce '"do Hall
.Manchester, i ttid of
it 8 cf 11.. 1 u.nU' "'ckens, Col
IlnS. Slllrll.V ltr.,,.1.. . ' '
and inan m .. """"'
TrJ. writers took
f"L",eJ ""0 in-
u roiuwionai aclretsus.
ru"li ,"c,0 wbb .hiss J-;ilen Ternan
bbo was :Lcu n frosh, pluatant louklnis
i?irl, not especially prt.tfy but possess
mg a good figure and an extremely
proved 10 1 , ' CC"T0 n"i"i,io8 wa"
Sud MI. trttuu 'vhet, j)ick0
n iuVe'r tet7;
constantly ut her side, though I
manner was ca.eiuliy guarded Mri"
Uickeus n with the pty, but ,U
did not ajipoar to notice tho intimacy.
Urjjhoa alter these performances
Slisit Tornan, ot Dickeu'a wi,h, left the
Ug. Ufa affection for her was said
to have been purely platonle, and J
..... ...Kf mei nuy one wno was
aisposea to dispute ihis belief.
Hut, nevertholoes, -it was this iiiti.
inacy which was tho final cause of the
rupture between Dickeus nnd his wife.
For many years prior to J85'J their
mutual relations bad been anytbinc but
happy, .lthoucL 1 do not think that
Mri. Diokens bad previously had any
will-grounded cause for jealousy. A
short t!mo after the- patty returned
from Manchester, Mrs. Dickons went
into a fathiouable jeweler's at the West
Knd, where the Was in the habit of deal
ing, and was asked by one of the firm,
who know her well, how she liked her
new bracelet. She . aid that she did
not understand him. ac she had not re
ceimd aor such article. Tho penile
man then explained that it
w.i otifi
III wife
! Mr. L'ickons bad ordered frr
with a likeness and some hair id. flu ,
of 1 "nice . or-onsd Vr. Dieken?' eyi
and h j'pnration speedily Ibllownl
-in.f thai time Mrs. Dickcii. livrd
,oty nuinlly mi a pretty littlo hoiuo
near the licgcnt's ark, where ber chil
dren, whose respect and affection 'he
has always enjoyed, have ever Leu
ireiueui yiiuoib.
POLITICAL.
The Chicago Con-!
ference.
DEMOCRATIC VETERANS
AND DISSATISFIED RE- i
PUBLICANS MEET
IN HARMONY.
Tho Germans will fall into.
Lino with the Opposition
Against Radicalism.
CALL FOR A STATE. CONVEN
TION ON THE TWENTY-
I SIXTH INSTANT.
Thft-Domocretic State Central com
mittee met at the Sherman Hou-e
in
m . 1, .,.,
Chicago according to call, on the I'lUh
int. Thirteen congressional ditricts
wen, reprinted, either by incml,,,
of tiie committi-e or by proiv. Six
01 tne committee or by piuiy
district were unrojiro-enieil
A pri- 1
r , , , .1
vato coniorence at wnteii the laembers f
ot the committee onlv were itecnt was 1
...... . 1 i , 1 '
held in tho morning. In hn address, j
Chairman
McCormick imformctl the
coiiimtttce that he had called them to
gether for the consideration of tiue.
tious of iinportaucc to the party and
the country (hat although not blindly
wedded to tho democratic name or
party, nnd willing to accept
any agency which would overthrow
tho present corrupt administration of
the government, he yet believed that
thu democracy as au organization is
still its most formidable opponent and
will finally accomplish its down fall.
LI 0 urgently advibed the culling of a
btate convention. " Other conventions
have already met. nominated their
candidates, and opened the campaign ;
aud our timo will now come to place
candidutcs in the field, candidates to
win, wiiotimr Nirlctly puny -i;ni-
datrt, will bo for tho convention to de
cide, but candidate j possessing great
merit nnd nouiid principle.-', whether
selected from democrats proper or
from other good men co-operating with
thorn."
He reminded the committed that
the financial free trade, monopoly nnd
pei.uiiai liberty" iicstions mu.t nil
be met by thu utate convention, iu a
clear aud unequivocal manner, and
closed by suggesting that tho gentle
man who had been invited tu meet
with the sub committee bu asked to joiti
with it in a call for a stale comen
tiou. A lengthy discussion ensued which
remlted in tho determination to call a
convention. A committee wa- 1111111-1111 .
ted to draw up the call nnd the meet
Wfs adjourned till afternoon.
In the afternoon the coin-
mince rca-emuied for the
puipore of having a conference
with the gentlemen, not member of
the committee, w!iu had been i mi ted
to be present. .Judge (Jrcen j
01 "1C city Mibmiitcd the
report of the committee -i . tlc
Democraey, LiheraN and all other up
ponentsof tho I'.epublicaii party. ' iTlie
report nppv.ired in thcfocolames yoster-
'Jay morning 1 after the reading of tho
report, the proceedings n the meeting
WOtC tm follow."
(I'lllCilUU 'I IlIlfH ltctioit.i
MR. 1IESINU
aikd If it wa the Intention to pmdj.i, ,,.1,
ilgn It
nuuiu Illiiv lit.ti... ...i .
j .'i.ftuurfl 10
Mr. K. L. Morritt imaworod thn CUnlU
man. iv ui? tli.it - ...1 fcunue
. . . n,..icumiitarv
bad bun?, I,MJur ,U :T u "l'"
.Mr. iljii. ngaaw noreaion why an i t.
tra reio ut on .i.,,i.i 1 . "y n ex-
lleved nil wb( . w7f i, t K"ml' lt-
11 it llikn w, .f"Vor '" 11 'hould
a,!lom iLe , "..' e'."-.?r U
j , ... ..... , t,JH ainto ilin It' ii.
ugsditeHl that everybody to JK"to l, a
moved tbo inmoiiitin.,,, ... .. . "8
hvo,ho,..,i,,,n,,,,un,i,h;;Mri;r'?
clrculntud for lignature.
ai 1.
dudgo (irccn Mid a japer bad
been
rca'l as follows'
pIer UMt
Tho iinduriiguod oitl.eni of IHEui.-, be
log In full harmony with ti... ,.i,,,.ii...
xnuncliitod In tbu u'lmyo , all, ,,d donroui
no,, turiv . ; ". m,i'?"-
- n .iivau IHIIlOipiUI,
1 ..
till 1 . " wm'U(;u U pUl
the inlBruloof thorepiil.llc,,, ,
llyjolnintbeabovueall. 1
un end to
arty, heart
iiKsiNo oiijecrs.
Pj'r. lletioc did not 1 1 L-11,1- .
.ytn?o,Wwr,V;PatJI,I,
wan ed a party of loend p"S '
would not be in favor of ,,lch a ,,u'tf,
. tb.t adopted in Indl.nJ. A V at "e
wanted was . ubundo,nt of Vo word
democratic. App aui.i ju i,L.i w
told that the ,Uplo In tie Vent & ft
tlon of the statu woro In sympathy with.
tbe word dtrmocracy. To tbli ho could
only my, there were CO.OOO In Illinois
who were not In favor of ttnt name,
.Many had laid to blm that the word dem
ocracy wit) repognaiit tu them,
To Urn committee tin c.uiM onlv lav
that lhey had acted wisuly in leaving out
1110 worn actnnctcf.v in tiinir (nil; mil In
the resolution- lit' wai lorry thut tbo word
or. urred What In dialled war nti ntidl
vided tpoulni In the damnable rartt
j in power
tnytrti.
-tl oe ti rnhle lliinvi In Wnib- had inWruptod thi pokcf with lues
Ho Iia.I l"n M'd to do r'i in , tlom which were entirely cut of place
. - -I - it. - .. ... .. 1 1 I ii... l 1 t. kll. niAa
hi power to '"Ska Iho p.ctKf In lho
l-ri'jpp wln r lh" hfl t" ll ar M
Oripinlli lie h.l tl' wl'l.- In
Ohio tbe Ueffium mrr.l t.i.t in I 'SI wlmt
tlio riaiiin of lli parly 'l'liey fouM
under tlit) bnnriur nl iippinition to tli
ciuie of eUvcr.i. It main no dKTereriro
in tli'' tltlo unJor what tin run thoy tailed;
tut they luiitt nut throw aildo tho thou
l&udi of votort who me oppoicd t tte
word domocrnt. Norm but hoo.-st men
wern invited, nnd he he lurod t .- would
;ot up a platform whirl, all n itJ adopt
lln aiked that thn approx he to tba
brldn he made m rny m poirtil, and
then lho vntbN would 1411 Kht'ad nlid put
out tho I'urruptioiuiii now in Waiting,
ton.
A iJl'lbTIO.V.
A jior. in woo rutuiod to i;h'o hli tiaine
Kfktd If tlin lommlttuu a uoing to die
tato to the ilemiii'talio patty '' They inuat
J told to thu niijonty. Two or throu men
cuuld not ootuu toulhur uud lay down
prinoiplui lor tho democratic parlj. If
thuy cuuld do o then ho rai n j domjcmt.
lAiplau4 j When a fnw ruuii came to
f!tior and Uletntod tbey were thuti do-
ir., loror.u Jim would iay the democrat,
Wullld not Htxntl 11.
.1. h iHioi.irrr.a-, ji:.,
said tho lint ipeakur evidently did not
undentund the true mtanlui of thu uall.
Tim mutter of a name was a email thing
anyway. Tho country did nut noed a
. irnditlon; I. ut It noudvl jmt luch prlnci
I pies m iiuncU-d in tho call, and they
. thould he put in force. He lavorod the
j uie!tion ot air. ileilng.
I M.I. 1UKNSKMJ,
1 of (ia'.latio, laid hx tvLoJ the lectiaietiti
1 of Mr. Ueing. Ilu wai rcalytoitnnd
' on a liro.ta platform, but be, for one. was
; nollu f!tV0r'or ultj'iD? lb, r:imo ACj of.
' uanlitlon of tb democratic prtv.
t," .S.
been won. Whenever a man could rum
"ul tnd ue&ouact the prefect admiaiilra-
au wvi Miia iuc ueutHraiit"
r.riv. ha dij oi nr.(tritinil tali.
prompted biro to inch ipreuiuc. He
cilUJ a'.tcntioa to Uhio am! other im-
tioni.
THI INfUXA TLXttV.
Mr. lleiitii; loquired t f lit ipetl.r it
be lupported the IndKna puUvrm '
Jtr. i'.Mter ais be wasted it diiunctir
undritood that .,000 voteri would cot
follow a banner teauiu yf iti evlorj but
tbey would follow it became of tte legend
inicribed thcroon.
.Mr. Towoteud cootlned tc talk about
the
nrttoi'RATtr i-nTt.
Mr. Mutlnon aiked tbo gentleman the
queitlon:
What ii the ilomocratle party''
Mr. Townicnd umwered tbat If hi.
quoiliiit.cr did not know what the demo
criillc parly was, then ho muit ay it wai
not In his power to Instruct him. He
could not j:ree with Mr. Ileilnc thatihe
democratic party bad mado un otinonoui
hlltory slore 18C0. Applauie. Nor
could niijono object to its hlitory previ.
ou to that year 7
Mr. llastcr I beg your pardon; 1 al
wny objected to It.
Ubalrm&n McCormicl; e-ilil bo did lot
upidoratiind thi .nv ...moiti....
leuiied to tbo dcmocrit.ij pnrty. .Several
volcei: "Of couno not."
Mr. (.'nmoron rfgrnttid the sour.o the
debate wu taking. Ho moved that thu
words objected to by Mr. lining bo
stricken out.
Tho word, wore then orated.
.lude Green laid tne call did not ig
nore the democratic parly. Tho demo
crats nnd the orpoiitijn need not quarrel
about tfccbnit'uliliet.
He bellovod .Mr. Hn.ter would follow
thn banner if thu legend wai a correct
0110 Thn .uhicriptioti muit bo what thoy
could all indono. 'lho doctrlnei (un
bodied in the ;al vveru thoiu of Jcllenou
and of .Inrkion.
Mr. iiuek laggeiUd that it would be
belter to make h plain call, and tbon thuy
could embody thu iuggetlooi made in tl.o
call in an uppeal to tho people of the
slate.
int. oneiiLr,
ot Cairo, laid tbo call nboulJ bu accepttU
Jilil u It had corao from lho coinuiitteu.
JIu bulicved tbo peoplu of louthrru Illi.
nuts would rally to such a call. The pro-
otem lu politic to bo lolved by tl.o people
ojipoiud to radical mliruio wu hau to or
gaiiizu tho oppoiitlon eltiiiiftr.r. Tti
coma 1101 oeuono ny l-iuing, c. iiU been
luggeited, h call for lb4 democratic peoplu
oi Hie itiito to ufiemblb by themielvon In
convention. Wu .60 among ui to-day
man wlio bavt hitrotoliire acted
doruii.aiii party, Mr. He.lng and otber,,
but who now, condemning tb8 wrong p.,.
ley of Ibat party and deprecating lu ,,.
ruptioui am tuuklng to alillintelbeii.t,lVv,
with otbor men in an cll'ort to take from
It tbo power it in alm.lng witb th ,uo,t
nainuic.i uruiitery. Uiere arj tbouamidi
ofmcli men in evury part ut tbu ilete.
.niiu ii uu ni.u in tin. eamiinttuu to
.lanu oeiore inu uoor 01 tue iuin(i,iiull
proposed to be bold, lading 1 ttiu peoiilu
in oppn.ilion, not memhur. of the duuoc
- . -1 . ( a ii 14
you iliall not enter bore by yyur roprnen
tativo.'" It would ba foil; but It l the
jiart of wudom to throw open tho door, of
thatconvtution, and lay, m Dm cnll pro.
poie. to ia.-, "All who are oppoied to ro.
imblicau niiirul.i may enter." Ilm t hai
been mid, tbe.o men thould know that a
democratic convention will duclaru 'onU
dumocrutio prineipl,.. f, In ,,,!,. ,.e:.
hould ink whether the declaration wli'l
In lho principles of the democrut. 01
Matnoor the di'mocrati of Indiana wli.t
rauo pariy: 1 011 aro not Uewocriiti. and
j muni u-i mane 10 thou
i.uin'-. nnu inereioru thulr
o!f rcipct
would reniilm them
. "Ti,u lhn" 10 """"In "I'd
" ty should, by thuir participation
o -uventl on. b o commlLa tT pr ' '
alfent
in
price!
pies ineyeouii uot ludone. Conitquontlv
lho eominittoa hnvn wi.u.
call certain nu;;i,, , .u'"4
wii -JHfiba to them tg
Tate convention.
moet
Mr Oberly then forcibly ri-vlowed thu
,.u,,iu.,., .,. mi, iropoiu couvontinn, hi
jet lorth in the call, and tlalmoi that they
had tbo rim; of tbo true demoiT.itn ,...i
a sound that lias not often bouri hoard of
late days. Ho asiorled that no true dom.
ocrut could object to them, tbat all tbe
old-time Jackionlan duuocrati Wouj i,
tbey bad not forgoltui tho prccepu f !l,0
democriitle fathiN, applaud the,,,.
I hoy wer n legend proper lor tho han.
ner of tbu oppoiitlon, and with them on
the llag of thu party tho oppcition eonld
go into bit lo with n clear conscience, and
jl defeated know tbat tbey had been fl,ht'
n?.if"rni?.oJ''US0- nnii ronewlng the
Uttlo, fight on until victory should bo
achieved. Ho would rather bo defested
with ,ucl. principle,, than ii.cee.d by ui
wft! 'V0!U"Wo "'"''wnu-i of policy
r,W?n .0Kll,BClMr, t"u lW0Pl' Thon re.
plying to Mr Towiiiond i aiiertlon that
only under the democratic numo was vlo-
to tbo vlcloiln of the oppoiitlon In Wis.
liijj.llj.1 l-ll-l. am"""
consln, California, low and Kama', and
urgad the paramount ceceiilty of the or
ganization of all tho oppoiitlon dementi
In Illlnoli, which thui uraulted could be,
If not victorious this joar, the prty ot
victory in the future.
UP TO THIS TIM
there wore a number preeunt who woro
evidently oppoiod to tin call, ud to all
thoie who objected to tLe oU democratli
nartr. Thev had eheored TOwniena, and
lint Mr. Ohoflr i meech. 'DICU vtt
b'artlly applauded, runrirced tbem ct
thslr error, and fr 'm tM t",, f"'1
rrt iinsnlmoii.
mh innMie tt"
laid tbey had nut acmbled tn talk about
silly shadows. They muit talk atcut
tubitanc. They were not all ct toe
faith or croed, and the itbject nutter U
fore thotu wai the fact tbat their country
wai In dlitren. Ue dU not blame Mr
lieilng for fall oppoiitlon, but Mr tUiiug
mint remember tbat tie democrat! LuJ
fought for lilteeti ytar. vdtlwut Vtibbing
a tight, ibey inult livt talk abuul the
pait. The) uiu.l talk .Loot oruWlLg
He uppealed tu ilr. Ileiini', to trot tbe
weak lido kindly. Thi call i a pUui,
open, bold doiuuient. the ipeakur mm
not willing to ignoro the pait. 11b did
not aik for any nfl'ici. Only put tho
country in tho lame good ihape It wai
before the robellion, Uid he would bo
lalliOod. They wantni a country which
would protect them. Thuy muit over
throw tbe inferable cabal of thieves now
in power. Applauiu
.mm. l. 11 1. H.N it v,
of .lOllet, laid ha b'l n-.l the ad
j,ail a. contemplated, mother lfoyne
and ot'ieri bad talked eluUontly upon
tbe democratic party, but there wai no
uie in talking about tbo pait. Let the
doadp.it bury In dead. Thuj, should
have a pUlform that would invj m all
who are willing to overt .row tb cfilcan
ry and vicioui dickering that had led
mombiri of the party, and even Illinois
congreiimoo, to tell out for a few paltry
tbouiandi of dollari to the mlaerablo
party tb.t wai dominant. Thetaios wire
throu;! u. h act on $3 w here they ibould
net b l ."'alary grabber! eran at home
had iam in tbe ti Jo that hid tiled a
heavy burden ot taxation upon a luffer
lag and biredlng people.
TdK MAIN v,l-tiTto.
wai then trderd, and thu report of the
committee wai unaclicouily adopted
Tbe mectiag then adjourned,
mm Tiioroiir.
Before the gentlemen bai left the room
a paptr ai prepared fcr ilgcilnrw. The
citl'sn'i call u ugaed be A C Heiice,
Herman Kuter. H t). C.olieU. Herman
Lieb. El-aM Itasr.mel, M. B. Bmey, J.
I it- Dotlitl'., Jr J H Jobcioa, D'teiet
I Caraerofc. Jcta H tlterlr, Kicbard Mi
rbaelii, Atdre Matttioa, and otbiri.
na.Ksi
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
HP C-UKO
It. V. MILLKIS, 1're.liloi.t,
J. M. IMHM.Il'.N Vice I'rc'lil. Ill,
( MAS CUNMNRHAM, t'a-liln.
COI.LKCTIONS I'KOMITLV MA UK.
KACIIANfiK, coin, bank note, and L'ultnl
Stutci i'i'iirltle bought and 'obi.
Interest allowed 011 time deposit.
T J n 1 01 v Js'a T 1 ONAIj
BANK-
C'AIltO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITA!.,
8100,000
nrncKKs.
W. I'. MALI, IDA V. I'rt,l.knt; "
IIKNHV U 11ALI.1UAY, Vlr.- l'xelde.l.
A. H. S.vrfOItl), Ci'liler;
WAi.'I'KIt IIY.-I.OJ. As.lstjni Caiblrr.
IIIUr.lTOHS.
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A. II. S wroiti,.
i.enunne, Coin nnd United .Mutes
iiouiN noiiglil ;inil .Sold.
IU;l'OSIT- rf.led mil j "tnerjl innkliiir
btl.lne" iloiie. e
KNTKKIMM.SK a'AVIMSti KANK,
iiAiUHitLii .m .tarn :ti, ismi.
CITY NATIONAL I1ANK, UAIItO.
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A. It. .iAKKOHI), rri iili iii i
S KTAYI.Oll, Vl.e.l'ie.iileni;
II. in l.or, .vi ietiiry nnd Treasurer.
, Mi'.rcTjHs:
J 1'aIlCI.A Y, ( I) 14. 0 AUOIIKIC,
K VJ, hloCKKLKTII. I'tvt. O. .CIIUII,
II. II. U N'NI.NdlMS. II. I,. IUi.i.ii.aV,
.1. .M. I'llll.MIN,
LSI 1.1!!.-P p4M ,lcpollat the rale
01 dUpi-rcBnt. per annum, .March lit and
iepi.iii'.r m. inteieit not withdrawn U
nildfil uiiiiifulatclv to tho principal of the
'inii-r'.M ",(,u,'' KlVliisr tbem c(iiiiionnd
MAItUJ I.I. WOJIB.V AND I IIIl.llllK.1 l a V
111.1'OslT MOXKY A.NI) 0 OSK KI.SK
I AS UHAW IT.
(.. , , mudiiCM day from ! a. m. to,
i.n.ii'l'i.'.u s'S,l;',ay evenings 'or salnjjs (e
ioIU only, troin it (0 8 o'clock.
, Y. Jl Vsl.of. Triuiurer.
'""i V. llJimari..
up
J. O. HARMAN & CO.
EAJL, EsTii TIE)
AN!)
i 10 USE AG WJ'S,
COIiLKCTOItS.
NOTAHIKS PUBLICS
A'"' iurlL,",, ".' il'.'' m"nik Antral and
uurllnKfuii ami AllHaoiuPlt. It, t.'on.
Worth (Jor. Sixth ami Ohio Le.vee,
CAIRO, ILLS.
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A man Intending to do business must
first prepare liimndf tn meet the re
qiitrcmeiits of his tiMtoiucrft 1 next he
mint let every possible or probable
customer know that ho Is so prepared,
In 11 rerj .small place he may TELL nil
the people what lie can do. In n largo
Tillage u printed linndhlll, poster or
circular, properly distributed, vtlll he
etCcarlone, hut WHOKVKIt IS IX A
l'LAPE I.AIH.E LXOL'dll TO SlH'
I'OKT .V NEWSPAPER WILL KIM
THAT IT IS TIIE CHEAPEST MEDIUM
THKOrtill WHICH TO UMIUKSSTIIE
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FINBMILLINBHh (CI
KUKH HPJtl.NO noons.
M US. M. J AOKSON.
(formerly Swamiara.)
announcei;ttiat ilia has iuit opened a larce
aatortment ot tha
i
NKWK5T.
MOaT vaouto.v ui
AfM) HA NDHO.M .
ihI,J?,,iLUo0tl!' V3 r' " "icmui't
She will keep on hand
IUTB, DOWIIITB, ytOWJlH , ItlUU0.11
Drxss TatwuiNaa 6f All Ki.vuh.
uADIKU lUHHTSIUKO GoODH. OTIOW
OOLL-IOJ, UnDBL1IVIC. Hllifa
of wnlch will be dlapoted ot it the JoU"
aaka a continuation of the pntaoua-'e vvi l
hai been to Ithetally beitaowed upon hci , '
the ladlei of Cairn and tbe vicinity.
OH aiHtaolpn
Con.irFlutiJMt.
CUIOAOO. '
The mat XtnountJ Bpttlalltt . thtAat.lnV,
treatment of MIY ATE, CilllOXIO out WIT
.WllirZiSKASKH, BKUIN.il. WXAX.VEKl.
lk rwl! lMly IfiJiMftiluM WtlLtr M4, 4 1
MBvot'8Ntsa,rnrLra on tui vacv, jvuiioxto
Fociirr,' lariirto atouT, toss or luuoar
nixuoob Tm'nmT onio,.rua'caiaM r
HtDICit. llTIiTr!IIUlllurt.l.lli,.U w(r.lM
kpUIUaf wUwy aur,vaaot, whr. TU 14Umu
t4urrU(. TL.l ftAttort, Mw aa4 tr. ' rrlM iQ MtW,
l.lla UIa mM Itiln ntUUi rUl all.
awdUU .luUibM r imI.Ui au Mil ut mUntt U 4wU,r.
I.tJUj rli.a vllk fil.U iiut, Ut4, tutkV
tu, ciu U!w4. avtaiw4iaUiia.
WIIOLESALK
BUSTS m
'D PI
TV
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BARCLAY BROTHERS
Jobbers and Retailers of
PURE DRUGS,
Cliemk'nls, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, JJruslies,
Toilott Articles, Druggist's Fancy floods, Collier "White
Lead and Other Grades, Paints,' Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Trie Colors, Dye
Stuffs, Etc., Etc., Etc.
We Solh lt enrre'pondsnee and order from DrtlxKlrt'. l'hylclans and (lencral Htorei
In want or O001I. in onr l.lne. Stiamhoat. I'lantatlun and r'amlly Medlclno caici Inni
Mifdor Itftlllcd nlth llrllanlc Druiri at ltraonalile ltuti-
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, HETA1L & l'ltEECKIl'TlON,
71 Ohio Lcice. Wuslilnfrtoii Atv. cor. Eighth St.
C .A. I ZE O .
mi
T. J. KERTH,
""!- sor i
BEERWAFV.T. ORTH &, CO.,
L lit r pi
STOVES,
HOLLOW WAHBiVL'.,
ilarmtaijiurvi and .lohhur ot
TIN, .SIIKKT IKON and L'Ul'I'KK.
"WAUK.
I'llliip. lllrd Cum'. Ice Cream Kreeera
W.iler C00I11-. Wire Cloth for Will
dow crri'ii .lupaned Ware.
i:te Kte. -
TIN ROOFING
(Jiiltcrin
and .lob Work
MA DH A M'KCIALITV.
Agent lor the
Iron Roofing
Carry iron Roofing Co.,
w
The hi-t Iron Roofini; In the Market.
Older from
Ahroad will
Attention.
Itecelte Proiiit
All work done nlth Dlipateli ami Warran
ted to kIo .Sail. faction.
COFFINS,
AT WILCOX'S III.OCI
I'olt si. on
4.vo-;-tr
I.1WYKIW.
SAMUEL P WHEELER, ;
A'lTORNEY ,t COUNSELOR AT LAW.
I
(AIKO, ILLINOIS.
OfUlec Oter Klixt J.alloiml Hank,
l e-'tin j
.loiiu It. MuUey,
William U. Jllllkey,
& SON,
MULKEY
i'TORNEYS
C7.AIJSO.
AT LAW j
IX.X.S-
Oltlroi I. yni.i btioct, betwuun Coinmcr
..i!ilii i'. ii'li'ii ton iiveniitv. 6-ll-tf.
GRKSI'
GILBERT,
CCUNaKT 'AT" LAW,
... i .
Wil i:m
AI..I' I
CAIIIO, lul.S
rii.ji ti
team' fid
Blvoii lo Admiralty
Hllll K
it 1 1 1 1 -i 1 .
Olllrc :
Ohio l.evee, Itoom 7 and H ovn
.!lty .Nntlonal Hank.
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'IK
AND lit TAIL
HIV! ill llll
NOTICK.
STAtB IV It.I.INOlH, P
Cot nt v ok Ai.i:xASin:it. ,
In UieClrriilt Coiirt of Alcxniider rfiituiv.
"'pteinlier term, A. I. IS74.
IICDjjmln Southard
v.
. Karnes Mnmifarturlnj; Company Kllah
1 W. Murxmi. Oald II, Morijaii, cluc I
l',irniD, Wilfred i;iuo., .tjim it. Dcnn. S
Slant 'Inylor and Kdttlu 1'iin.ona, Tnitn
of Hie ralro I'lty Property Company, KranL
tin I.. rrki r,.luuif :lii., Un tic (... Kaliun,
I Msiiinni; Mavtkdd and I ibm It, llrown,
I (tirmnf M. Jlaylirld and an 1 Wliil.im
, s to 1 tr.
, Petition lor Mechanic' Lien.
AI!ldaltof the nunreldenec of Kigali V ,
Mor.m, .laint s II. I lean, l.ihvln I'ar-ori,
I mnklln I.. I'arkcr, Jamea Kill, Manning
jiaiiriu aim .. iiuaiu .-iurcr. nuovc naineii
defendant. Iialn hcen filed In ortlce or tlie
clerk of ald court, notice la thcrclor hereby
1 ylwn to you tliu raid KllJ.iti W. Jloriran,
I Jiiiici. II. trail, K.I a In l'aron, I'raiiklln 1..
Parker, .lame Kill. Jl.mnln .Mnvtitld and
1 William Storer, that tbu romtdatiiint lileil
' hi' petition lor .1 tnccliaiilc lien In
1 'jl.lcniiit on Ilm tlilrd .lay of .lime, A. It,
I lbTl.ntlil that Iheralipon n Ulnlllnn. lo.lli'd
out ot iilil eourt reinrnalitc i,n ihr tlrt ilnn.
, il.iylntliu month heptrm'ier next a Ii-
ii ulred ly law.
j .., uuJi-m jon fUiiil per.-inally he ait 1
appear he-fore jld eoitrl 011 thv llrnt ! y o
the next (Sepleinhen tenn llicreol to he
holdcn In the t-lly o! (.'..Iro in -aid roiintr ou
) the llrt Mnnd.it In 'cptcmbrr next, anil
I .(...!... -...I ..'..II-... 1.
iilu, iui.rr, or neimir 10 me petition o
complainant, the ini' and Uir matter nnd
thing therein i harii d and tatt I wl I he
taken a confe-'eil and n decree entered
a.ilnl yon uieordlni; to Ilm prayer of an
petlllom r. a. (., Vol 1 m.
(IK)lt(U: KI1IIEII, 1 ... ,,k
s. P. Wiii:i:i.i:. , "J"
Cairo. Illiiio , .lime llitf. lt7i
. " I'Jt-ult
C. N. HUGHES,
i General Insurance Agent
( OI Kill..
Ohio l.ttee. over .Mathtis k I III V.
! XyA'oie but jirtt-tlats Vumpantri
, rtprnvnUiL
INSURANCE.
-I'Ntaiiuhiikh I.'iS -
I.Sall'onl, Morris k Cainlci',
LVriUltANCK t..T.s,
7.'I Ohio Loveo, Uily .Saltonal Iliinl.
Iluililin, ('.tutu, Ills
olde.t (MablMied Ah'elle) ill ' omliern
Illinois, reprc.ciitiiu; met
$65 000,000.00.
lEobt. Wood & Co
113 ItllXIB'AVKNUK
PJ,,LAI)EA11IA, PMNN.,
o"tain, Viimcs, AulmnlH. Iron Slnlr.i.
I. Illllll ll.li Wlnl.l,. -r '
Lump l'osts Stnli!e,nit!g,),
..uu liuihv.
!AST. VitOU(JHT & WIItB HAII.1NGS
NKW and IMHOVKPDUI! Allt forthcatrea,
.iimi uuu j.ceiure 1 1 aim.
Ami u Denoral Axvortmont oi Ornu.
mental Jron Work.
Kllmaos and IeblgMis senton npp(.t
latin iho elam ot work deilrod.
au-l-l l-eod-U
WAGON MANUFACTORY
OA THO lJNOIS.
I. P. flAMIILi:

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