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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST f.,1871.
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Invariably iu advance., f
llomllnir iniitJcr on rtcry iiokc.
JpiiH Barton nil! upt bo a ciiiai
date Tor tlio legislature, lie i uu
'I'm: condition of affair in Louisiana
is nliirtuiuL'. 'J'ho whiles and LJaeLn
are arraying tlioniievM Against' each
other, nndjUioro in fjunUdaiujor Hint n
war of races will lie inaugurated. If
tho colored olenient beliovcd itolf
strong enough to succeed in the under
taking, 'H would drivo out.of tho state
every white man ; and only tho foar of
the federal power restrains the white
clement from indulging in a maiacro
of the black men who now rule Xouis
iana without wisdom. In the mean
time, all tlio intorcsts of Louisiana aro
Buffering. Capital will not enter' ii
society that is ditorganiml, and in
which neither life v nor property is bo
cure. " Chaos has come again."
The Murphyaboro Jndepondent hu
couciuueu mat mo larniCM oi .uiuicson
county should go into tho litisinos;) of
politics by uador.-dug the statu ticket of
tho Independent Itcforui party and by
nominating a ticket for tho county of
Gees. The Independent asserts that
the farmers cannot have confidence; in
cither the Democratic or llcpublloair
party, because eacli has Hell to ixtl'd
often betrayed thorn. Somctiruo ago
Tho Independent altould have struck
this iron ; thou it was hot and uould
have Uecu .u,nnj i accordaneo with
The Independent's wish , )mt 1I0W H a
a little cold and great difficulty will be
oxiiononceu in immiim.. ;t. However
no wish uio inuupcuucni. fcuceo.n ; ino
Now Opposition party that is being
"evolved out of the political elements
lying around loose," will, find in tho
farmers powerful allies.
Tub following is tho list of patents
issued from tin United States patent
office to Illinois inventors, for tho
week ending July 8, 1S7J, and each
beariug that date, furnished to Tin:
Bulletin ly Cos & Uox, solicitors of
patonts, Washington, District of Col
umbia: Battenings for roofs, A. P.
Anthony, Winnotaka ; process and ap
paratus, for softening hides, J. 1).
Marshall, Chicago; conformator, .1.
W.Miller, Jolict; fire escape, A.M.
Smith, Chicago ; car coupling, Vj U.
Wilson, Hook lslaud ; windmill, S. M.
Abbott, Wilmington; car startor, .1.
11. Sherman, Galcsburg j coin planter,
G. W. Brown, Galertmrg ; device for
keeping steam boilort oloar of tcales
and scdimetit, W. O'liricn, Mattoon;
cooked cornod hoof, J;. I). C'homioux,
Chicago; cabinot for ladio.V utc, M. M.
Crunltncr, Galena ; laatonor for nieet
iug wils of sashes, 1). 0. Goodrich,
Chicago; Move pipe Hue, 11. (J. John
kon, Dallas City.
Mr. Andrew Luoo, 'editor of Tho
Carbondale.Obwvcr, is n very uluvcr
geutloman, but almost as venomous as
a rattlo-suakc. Hq cannot, do au, on
pouent justice. 'Wo thofoforo attribute
to his prejudices against Mr. Joo Hob
barts tho viruleucy of tho abuse he ii,
at this time, hoaping upou that young
"The youug man, HobarU," ii, in
the estimation of Tho I'arson, dissolute,
reckless and unprincipled, noither
sober nor discreet, honest nor honor
able, moral nor religious. Wo cannot
deny, that " tho youug man, Uobarts,"
is uot ni eloso to tho Cros as Tho Tar
sou, and wo do not wish to assort that
ho has ascended into tho pure moral
atmoBphero tho clerical editor breaths;
but we must do ' tho young man, Bob
arts," the justice to assert, that he is
neither dissolute, reckless nor unprin
cipled, ntid that ho is us honest and ns
honorable as tho great majority of sin
ful humanity. "Tliu young man, Hob
arts," was once younger than hq now
is, and has, no doubt, fcoinetliuos step-
peu ucyonu tue Jluo of strict chriety
as wuo lias not, except the bloodlem
rascals that proy upon society ? and
it way bo, that, in pthor rospeo, ho
uas toweu, several hundhful of wild oats'
ii.. ... '
uui, rua.iy, wo, .beliovo and wo know
the yeuutj man tlnit Mr. Bobarts
does not incrit the aWoMr. Luce has
thrown at him.
Wo iavo no doubt and wo ttI0 nj.
most lowpted to believe, that tho
young man, llobnrts," will plead guilty
i . t in. ntmnnt ft I f It nil (Til I11H fiUUlU-
of his own abililios is tiotl)olc(fl
that a bcttcr'rcprosenfatWo thaiQ
tho raukb of tho Uepublicau paity , wo
are sure Mr lu ore would ho au abler J
represcntatie . but wo boltete The
Parson has, without good cau'e, un
justly aspersed the character of tho
young man, and that time will provo
ho has moio ability, and is a worthier
man, than his enemies now admit.
Speakinir about the meeting of the
executive committeo of the Independent
Bcform party, at Chicago, on tho l'.0th
of August, last, The lUitldiS Journal
uses this languago :
Aleut a dozon put sons, all told, mido
tlieir itppearauee, atnong whom wero.l.
.M. Alleu, choitman of tlio Uto tarmors'
stuto convention, aud wo buliovo ctialriniiii
of thoeentrnl eotumlttoe j Suefotary Smith,
tint .milous c.nntniiiiiitlc orator ; .1. I.
Itickt, ot Christian county, would-be
fur coilerou hi tho twulltti district ;
Mctiri. Guro and IHtur. cntidldntca for
Lulo iromurcr tiud stfkto iiinorlntoiidont ot
public instruction ; 11. .M. Kimball, of tho
Citrllnvillo Democrat, Ooro'l "hottlo
holder." etc. J. II. Oborly, of TllK
Ctlio lIlil.MCTltf, wlio Iins bnoii consort
Inif wltll t tariniirii lor lha int yn&r, tint
who wont ovur to tliu liomnerucy tho day
bfora, ijnliii: tlio call for tlio "hard-
money anil ireo wiiKy" uoiiTuniion or
Auk 20, and "UofV licslrig wore hanging
ahout tho llrips Houto, iivldently with
tlio purpos of orkiiig to form sonio com-
bln'itl 'ii, noiwiiniinnuing mo uircciiy
opposite cliunvetor of tlui.two platforms,
'.I'ho IicpublicauHarc in great fear of
a coalitiou of tho Democrats, Liborals,
Independent Reformers and nil others
opposed to their inhjuitous party.
Their clinuco of success lies in the di
vision of tho Opposition j tho con
vention of the 20th will be asked to
decide whether thcro Khali be a coali
tiou of the constituency it will, rcpro-
font and tho Independent Bcformors,
or division aud probablo dofcat.
Itistruotho platform of tho Bo
formers and tho "purposes" set forth in
tho call of tho lomocratic Stato Com
mitteo, aie, upon tho financial question,
not in accord, but that thoy differ as
widely as eoiiio would hayo us heliovo
t'x ...I . ..... .;.,,! ''ll.u l?.,lnr',.,.
ers do not yet occupy a very definite
positipp in .reference to tho financial
question, und, indeed, pofim to bo stum
bling in tho dark. They dpinand Uio
repeal of tho national banking law, and
that , tlio government shall issue
loial-tcudorcurroiicy direct ,fou tlie
treasury, interchangeable for gov
criuuent . bonds, hearing n low
rate oi interest, it u nm uu. umuia mo
meaning of this declaration, which is
but an echo of tho.fitiaticial policy that
has bcon advocated for voars by tho
Workingman's party, hut call atten
tion to tho fact that the Bcformors
have very carefully abstained from fay
ing tiny do not wish specie to be the
basis of tho currency thoy propose to
issuo direct front tho treasury. They
probably boliuvo such a ourroney might
bo based upon specie, a violent pro
sumption wo admit, hut ono.that men
may honestly entertain. Indeed, wo
know, from conversation with many of
tho leading men of tho ltefonn party,
that tho Buformors" do not, ns uu or
ganization, codorso tlio idea that good
niouoy tuny be made out of leather or
tin or paper, although, it is true, booio
of tho lcadcw are as crazy on the finan
cial question ns was tho craziest of
the worshippers of .lohu Law,
of -paper money memory.
I 'pou alt other essential doctrines the
Boformcrb nro in sympathy with the
other opponents of the Bepublioaus,
and upon tho financial question upon
tho great issuo, that tho currency of
tho country shall be based upon gold
and e'llvor they have not declared
themselves to bo opposed to tho Anti
Monopolists of lorrn, the Democrats of
Maine, tho Mcmocrats of Illinois and
tho Democrats of the lTuiled States,
who jiavo nil assorted t lie uoclruio
that the currouey of tho country bhould
li'av'n a rpecio basis.
This beiug so, what objection can
there ho to noiuiuatini; Messrs, Goro
and Ettor, tho Beform candidate;, on
tho 20th ' Wo are not buio this would
bo tho best; we aro not sure that it
would bo uuwiso to nominato our own
candidates and mako u straight fight,
but wo can i-eo uo reason for tho asor-
tion that thu position occupied by tho
candidates of thu Bcforiuera in refer
ence to tho finaucos of tho eouutry
should deter tho Opposition conven
tion from nominating them us its oan
CALL FOR A DEMOCRATIC
. muiuiijiir svililiurjl V-OI1YGIIIIOII IS
um n-,i oiu-u iii meet at liineoiula. IHItioi.
rin'fjatlirilay, Anoint 1Mb, lt7l. Tlio ob-
Ji-ct ui mo convention will lio lo noiiilimlu
nAlllltdatL.U lor fanntltnl filul m..,nlL..r r.r .1...
........ ...... u
loKikijuiro lo lurw in thu next ctucral as-
.vi.iu,; , nU,i w coiikini a to me licit mcani
for JiirlherliiK tlm wolfureof thu Dciuocraliu
untatlon in the contention will ho ono del-
.'. ei,-"L.".,'1, ?u?,. votes cast tor
lon.h. K.MarHiiilllu Hardin cotintv, unit
Hon. ueo. W. .Wall lu the other counties la
tho dutrict. in the election lor lf.73, and an
additions candidate foretell Iraetlon over
lilly otei kO east.
It Ii carnektly hoped that the county com
uilttces will see the neccs.lty or eallln their
coumy conventions at an early day to an
tlou 1 WtBi iu,lbot Senatorial Coiiven,
I'K.v iii iiii iiiairik'L. i nn ii'iu ..r .,.....,.
w, THE O'AJili.
WHAT IS SAID; ABOUT IT BY
$ XHE MEN OF THE PEI.
soi'sn nsrur.r. ntr: fE.vur.isrow n-
.1'fom ttir "Memphis Itnu .ValJU'jK i
Iu tl.oir call tor a stale convention tha
moml.jrt of the Illinois Uemotratlo Ceo
tral Commlltoa hnvo declared in favor of
tho ''rcitornllon of gold nnd eilver in the
bti of tho ourroney of tlio country ; tho
speedv rosiituplion of s.ceio pHymetita,
aud tha payment ut all nutloiiul IndublcJ.
ncit In tho money reeocnizod by tho civ
lll.'ed world This . Is "hard-money
Democracy, as u&dqritooJ before tho lead
ers of the patty bogtn ceiUolting with
tho Pendleton "more grounbiiclu Juclrlno
of depreciated paper and ullimato ropudl
atlon, ltl sound l)oniocrullc doctrine
in Now Bngland, but hutoroJox la Indi
ana. sat, Mn. m'o tUltCK '
iKioni the .lonchoro Cazetlc.)
Tha Dcmocratlo .Statu (Joutnil Commit
ten inut in Chicago uu the VJiU, iiimIu n
I'latforra for tho parly, and iovltoall wlio
nan stand upon it to assemble In tho
Stato convention, at Sprmctlehl, on tho
1Z61U lint, bay, -Mi. MeCorralek, who
gavo your o'liiuuilto nuthotity to malio a
l'latfui in for tho Dumecraoy. And what
tight bavo you to proclaim a cried ci
prinoiploil .' It would have lool.ed much
batter, if you, and your committeo, had
lionli- fisuud a call for a convention, with
out any dictation upon your jinrt. Tim
are not nl Idiot", and do not propose that
a (illlo ring in this Statu shall lend tbuio
by tbo into, If Una call duesu'l de
feat tlio convention movement, there
will bu a happv tiiuo atUprlugileld on tlio
ijiiiiiooraov oi mo i.toii ouuo vi mm
B I'.O A 11 EKOLOU.
U'rjmi "ie f.'hlcuno 'I'ijiie'.l
Tho call is liro(l.eiioiii;li to include men
of every former political oiipitn; tliu
principles. enunclntcd will eauiuiuDd lli'im
selves to lhoso who wish to lid the coun
try of Vim deluu;it of rni; inolicy, nnd that
vicious syloni or pr.lurnaiisiu uiaw so iai
subverting tho' very foiindatlona of free
It is tho initiative of tho inoit inipor-
tant-und moat promislni; rolorm ever
ventured or sregualol Id tbo whole his
tory of Atnarienn pvtyisni. It is the
tirst iieliburaie .iivtcmpi. ;o icioriu our
narlv system iu u way that, liutoad cf
nourishing tliu old, dcgrudlnt; puriun-uont-parly
idolatry, hhall lead to ihu form
ation und reformatiuu of turtle iirouud
Dolltical issues as they ariio. U ioittatus
a new. Opposition in tliis way, on tho hi
sit of this iden.-
"1 UK, DKSHIN." .
. (Kiinu the SI. Louis lli.'ino.Tul.l
. Viion tho lnduueudi'iit Cutivuntion in
Illinois was captured by copperheads, and
nubhud into tho adoption ut it iiliitfurui iu
which unlimited Icllaticu and 1'eiidleton-
ism were happily nniti'd, wu did not hetl
lato to deliouueu It The tlib(u(iueut no
tion of tliu Kuliuhllcan Uouvuiittou
though not what wu would havo desired
in every parttuuiar, wus, on iou wiion,
o creditable that wu did not sen bow any
honest and imioii-lo viitj; llepublicait
cuuld husitatu to uivo It kiiiMiort. It in
vury clear that tho shrewdest managers of
the opposition in Illinois bavu reached a
tract us many ltepubllean voters ns it will
loio Democrats, bucuusu of the financial
and other errors of thu convention. Hut
for such n conclusion they would not have
called tho now-party eouvontion, which is
to bo hold August 20th. Tho desiti of
the mere capable managers Is in ident al
ready. They mean to gather iu as many
Kcpu'olicans and Democrat hs thoy can
by the profession of principles eminently
Republican, and thon to adopt tho candi
dates of the Independent Convention. Uy
this method it is hoped that two dittinet
and separata lorcei may bu brought to
vote for the lamu candidate;.
Ol.D-riMK ANll 'I HAD1T10NA1. I'ltlNCll'I.US.
(from the St l.nulx Times,)
Theru is no doubt that thu recant dec
laration uf the Democratic Central com
mitteo of Illinois i9 unequivocal in the
oxprflition of sound mid admitted Demo
cratic principles. It Indulge in no sort
of ovation, but comes squarely up to tbo
hum which divldo the country, it Is
nultu poeslolu that expediency and thn
hilts of politicians heretofore havo done
much to injur.) the parly in public esteem
and retard Its success, hut, however this
mav liavo been iu tho past, the cluireu can
no longer bo madu against tlio party in
Tho point of material interest to our
western agriculturalist, is its opposition
to ail forms of monopoly. Mho question
of cheap transportation and free cm-
uioreo ii mure important to them than any
solutluii ot tha iiliurull prutilelu oi re
dooming tho currency. If, indeed, any
doubt has been thrown upon thu pronu'r
method of discharging our national obll
cation, tho Republican party is responsi
ble for it. It tirst udvuueed thu Idea of
redeeming tho bonds In greenbacks. J lav
inn made tl.o contract they should know
better than auybvdy else what wore It
terms. And having advanced and In
dorsed tho greonlmck Idea, tho Democratic
party naturally concluded that such has
boon tbo understanding.
Undor theso circumstances, wn taho It
that thn declaration of tho Democratic
party iu Illinois la it mure direct an
nouncomott of the old-time and iradi
tlnhii''prlnclnles of tho party than any
thing elsoi 11 o Domocrat will talu Issue
agalnbt tho hard money principle. It has
been looked to as thn inevitable concomi
tant of national stability and prosperity.
Tho sooner wu can arrive at such a bails
tho bettor it will ho for tho overnmeiit
(I'Yuii the Cincinnati Knqtilrcr.)
It was thu most un-Demoeratic meet
ing that has boon held In tbu West since
the mercury bognn to rlio hut spring.
This central comiuiltou has no constitu
ency and no sense.
Til K B1UTI SlToKKlCi: I?,
it was midnight iu tho rooky forests
ol Gibraltar. Tho waves uf tho Modi
tcrraniau dashed up with it regular heat
against tho rook, nnd every now and
then n sheet of spray, silvered iu tho
iiioon.light, would appear on tho win.
dow-sill oi fho room whurc an ofiiccr of
tlio garrison tried in vain to sloop.
Something kept him nwako to-nicht
und his thought. wandered to all tho
precious things ho had loft iu his Hug.
iishhomoi Tliero was tho park with
its broad acres of smooth, trrcon turf
and its grand old trees. '1'hero tere
elegant furniture, fino picture, beauti
ful statuary, and hooks whoso contents
wcro moro Viihiablo than initios of iuw.
ol and gold. But (hero was somothiiic
uioro precious utill.for in u hhadod nur
sery ol that lar-ofl homo, lay two littlo
neaus, ever? ono ot whoso golden hairs
wa worth to thoir officer-fathof moro
than all tlio wealth that had ever floa
ted over that beautiful sea. Thoy be
longed to tho littlo son and daugther of
tho olliccr. Their mother had died two
years before, and now it was his groalest
grief to bo obliged to leave them nlouo
in Knslntid.whilo ho with his regiment
wa-- stationed vo far away.
As he leaned over tho ledgo or tho
window, gazing wistfully upou tho
moonlit eca, he heard the lootsteps of
tho sentinel far above his head, pacing
to and fro, and every now and then ho
would hear him say. "Tho precious
blood of Christ! tho piecious blood of
Christ!" At first ho did not listen,but
by degrees as he had been tlunkiog of
precious thing! the word struck upon
Ins ear, nnd ho begun towonuer n any
thing could be more precious than his
dear littlo Klsieat home, or his bright,
bold Harold. Thou he tried to remem
ber where he had heard tho word be
fore nnd he thought perhaps bis moth
cr used to read them iu a littlo old-fush-ioncd
book called the Bible, which ho
had not looked into for many u year.
Thcro was nn old dust-eovcred ono
in his room uow. mil takiuc it up ho
rend by tho light of tho moou, "Vou
wcro not redeemed with corruptible
things iw silver nnd gold,hut with tlio
meinour blood of Christ." You know
tho Bible is Gud's word ami sometimes
ho u-.es it liko it direct voice from Heav
en to call some poor Vnitiluring child to
i s love nnd his heart, nun tins was tne
m. , .1 I. I.-
cite now. i nisoiucer, iiiuuu uu iovcu
his children and never loved .lestts;
had never, in fact, thought much about
him: but now in the still iniduight, tho
thought of tho "prrcious blood ot
Christ" melted his wholo heart into sor
row that he had so neglected it, aud a
longing for that treasure that was more
precious even tiian his chiidrou,and ho
never rested until ho knew he hud found
it for his own.
(Jhildrou, this is it truo story. God
uiado use of that sentinel in Gibraltar
as tho means of the conversion of one
of tho noblest and most useful servants
that he ever had. Thoro is a voice ever
whispering iu your cars: "Tho precious
blood of Christ, the precious blood of
Christ. Do you hear it.' Do you
know what it means? It means that
tho most precious thing iu the world,
that which cost tho most, is tlio halvu-
tion winch our dear Dord .lesus died
on thu cross to procure for you. It is
so precious that no money could buy
it. Mo! though vou should pile up nil
the pearls of Cape Coinoriu, all the
diamond.., of Goleouda, nil tliu t-ilvcr of
Peru, ami all the gold of California,
and bring it to tho foot of God's throne,
fcooking to buy salvation with it, tho
whole would not bo worth as much as
one drop of tho precious blood of Christ
Ib it piecious to you V Do you want
to ho saved t And do you leel so
thaukliil to Jesus for shedding it for
vou, that you would gladly yield your
soil' up to him to be his loving child
and servant forever? Then ho gives
it to vou "without moncv and without
print.." nnd you will find it nil iluottgh
nlT v !', "r- ho most precious of
all ) our possessions, i-icuous, oecause
it will wash you i.;tu, o,n snow.
precious, because no one can ever take
it away from you; precious, because
when death and the grave has turned
everything ol"o to dust and ashes, this
will bo moro real aud moro bright
through all tho long ages of eternity."
.Miss U.K. Window iu the N.V.Ob
server. Somi; idea of tho iiumcnso fishing
busiucss carried ou around the lslaud
of Newfoundland may be formed from
a fact casually mentioned by n corres
pondent of the St. John's North Stur,
writing from h'ortuno Bay, northern
district of Newfoundland. Under date
of . I uuo t),tho correspondent says there
wcro 1150 sail of Eijuarc-rigged ves
sols in Ft. Peters Boads, besides !!00
hchooners a licet of (JfiO vessels all
' waiting for bait to pursuo their business
ot coil-lishnig; and tins is only one dis
trict of tlio island.
KEAI, KHTAIX AOSSDI.
John Q, lUrman, orp
J. O. HARMAN & CO.
XEjL ESTA TB
Ami Laud Agents of the IlMnoN Central and
Ilurllugton ami JlUsourl It. 11. Cos.
North Dor. Sixth and Ohio Lcvco,
C. WINSTON & CO.
Ileal Estate Agents,
71 Ohio Lkvkk, (Second Floor,)
Huy and sn ItKAI. ISTATK, Pay TAXES
I'ui'iilblie Ahstruct of Title.
COi'KKY, IIAKBJSON & CO.,
(Stiooceiorn to 1). Hunt A Hen.)
i l.OIIU.CJllAIN AM HAT.
No (13 Ohio Levoo, OA1RO, ILLS
A man inteiulliiK to ! business mint llit
liii'paro lilin-ill In meet the reiUiremcutM
ot liU curtoiiiers ; no.M he must let every
poasihlu ur irotmUli) eilslomer Know that he
is no lri'ii:iretl. Inaviry Hiinll placohe
ln:iv Ti'i.r. nil iho ni'Oiile what he ran dn. In
aluKe vlllimen iinuteil handbill, postrr or
I'li'iular, properly dUtilliuleil, will lie vllles.
lldllH, hut WIIOIIVKII 18 IX M..ICK L.UtOK
KNOl'IIII Tl) Kl'l'l'tlltT A Nr.WSI'Al'Klt WILL
riNi) that it is uu: niHAiT.sr mi: mum
TllllO 1 tilt WHICH Tl) ADHKKSSTIU: I't'lll.lC,
,7.1 ! A ! I OT
A man Intending to do business must
first prepare himself lu meet tho rc
qulrcmeiits or his customers; next he
must let every possible or probable
customer knoiv that ho ic so prepared.
In it very siiiallplaeehetuayTF.LLull
the people what lie can do. Inalanro
village u printed handbill! poster or
circular, properly distributed, w ill he
eflicnelony, but WHOEVER IS IN A
I'liACE LARUE ENOUGH TO SUl'
POUT A NEWSPAPER WILIj FIND
THAT IT IS THE CHEAPEST MEDIUM
THROUGH WHICH TO ADDRESSTIIE
FItK.SU Hl'ltlNO (100D3.
MBS. M . JAOKSO N.
(I'muniij tin, nivmiut,...)
nuounce;tliat aho bas just opened a
assortment ot the
AND II AN USD M
Millinery Uoods to be '(tin i rnc lumw
iUo will keep ou hum
IUTH, liONNXTtf, FLOWltU , llllHIOS
DuxBa TaiMMiNon ov All Kinub,
Ladiks Kuumihiiino Uoodh, Notion
Collaih, Undkbulbivkii, Hurra,
And all kooiIh found In millinery loe,
ol which will bo dlsposod ot t the lowi
eath prices. Mm, Jackson reipedtull
mU s continuation ot tha paUootgo wnitt
bun been so liberally bostsowed upon her i
lb Indies of Cairo andthi vteinitr. '
C rn r Stated St.
The tnott Xtnountd Sptclalut , tht Agi, in l.
tnatintnt of PUIYATS, ClIROh'IO tiut CKt
,V.t.' i' DISEASES, SEilfXAL WKAXXESS.
I b iwmIi of uf IftdUcntWM r Mftir umj, fdMl9
Msavot'sxus.rmrLii ox tut no,, atwbsiokto
eociiTT, utriiMD aiour, loss or MKUOEV u
KANIIOOD ritL 'tNTLV OtlD, TDI CBllM Of
UIDIC1L UTI11TI-SZ. Illuttu4 IU fUaU wtn,M.
ifUliUi Uomf umj.mlf M, ),, TM yii4lMu
U aunU. Tk.lr uim, urn u4 tin. rHM S mis,
MMIa tlWUmUl mt.!h. UdlM rtlHtllMi
imIImI aausUu Rilii) iu 10 w 44(M Ox 4u,
ntUd (mllil 1U irlfiAt iiimIi, VwN, Mk4r
4 CsnsSwnMwt. HistwawliMkaat.
,' UU 1 V m hJ lilt
Chemicals, Ptitont Modicincs,
loilctt Articles, ; Drupgist'B J'aiu'y (joocir?, Collier V Into
Lend and OLlior (trades, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Trbc Colors, Dye
Stuffs, Etc., Etc., Etc.
We Solicit correspondence and orders from Drmreist. I'hvtlniaiM und Central Stores
lu want of (looih In our I.iuo. Stenmhoat. I'UnUttliin and Fjinlly ilcdlclnu cane turn
Irhcd ur Itellllcd with llrllahlo Drug's at ItcahOtiHhle Kates'
WHOLESALE & KKTAIL. KKTA1L & WIEiCHIPTION,
"I Ohio I,otcc. Washington Ave. cor. lllgiitli St.
DECn.WAR.Ti OR.TH & CO.
HOLLOW WAR 15 &C-,
Manulacturer and Jobber of
SUKKT I HON
I'ump, Ilird CitKC. Ire Cream Krri zi r
Water Corilfru, Win- Clolli lur Wid
Guttering mulJob Work
MADU A. SPECIALITY.
Agent (or the
The best Iron Itoolln
In the Market
Onlem from Abrontl will Iteeelt'D I.'roiuiit
All work iIoikj with PUjvUch nml M'-itran-totl
AT WILCOX'S lll.OCK YOU Si. 00
WT0UNJSY& COUNSELOR At'.LA
OlUluo Over First National Hank. q-iMiu
John 11. Mulkey.
William c. Mulkey.
Ofilco: l.'.ghiit street, between t'oiiiiner
eialai.d IVacliiiitoimvcnuei'. Ml tt.
GREEt'i &' "GILBERT,
WHKail. .; I
. CAIHO, I
(STblci-Ji ' tentlon jrJven lo AdiUrallv
ami Hii'iimatuL hutic. . -r t'
Ohio l.evee, Heoiiin 7 and 8 ovn
City Nation'il ll.uik.
lVvfitiunry, Soaiis, Jhuislica,
r.tri: nv Ii.mkoi. l
l.'OI'NrVOl'Al.nXAMlKII. i ss
In tin-Circuit Cnurl ,r Al sunder eoiuily,
I'pt.'mlirr term. A. I), th'l.
Kiiinc. ManiifaettiilnK Coint.iny I.h all
W. Miinrnli. Dulil II. Moi',.:i, C lit t 1.
raroits, Wllfii d Ijiiiii'., .lumo It. Demi, S.
"tnati i itjier and IMwia laron, J'rutei
ol"tlie ltfrr, City rrepeiiv Comi.anv, Krunk
Uu 1.. rrkcr,.latnc r.lli-, Ilaitie t, Kaiue.
.Mininmp .May Held aud Isilam It, llrown,
I Iii in ot .M. Mil rlvld and Co,) nnd William
1'i lUlon lur MecbanlcV Men.
AI)ld;ilt ur the lien-ivldi lice Kli. ah .
.Mort.-iii, .luinrs II. Di .ni, l.dulu I'ariom,
rraiihliu 1.. I'aiker, Jaiiien H.it, .MnlinniK'
.MiivIIhIiI and W illiam Sl"ier, nbovi nuiiifd
dciriid.iiiti', hating hern tiled lu elllec ul thn
,.iri ..ci,l court, notice theretor hcreliy
Klven t you tlm i:iv .i, w. .Morgan,
.l.nie It. Dean, IMnln rur-fini. rranklni I..
Parker, ,lamc Kill-, laiinim; .Ma Held nnd
Wllltiiin yion r. that tho oui l.i-.nant tiled
l.l- M illion lor a lileehatil- N Hen In
vnniuuuii nn ik mini unj ,,f .nine, A. l).
in. i, nn nun noTiiH)n ;, i,ii iiiori tnied
out ot laid . oiirt ri'turn..ljlc th,. drft ilon-
I uay in uie niniuii ot seitiiu .r licit a
l iciiiruu uy Hiv.
o, uiii..n ou Mi,ui jicr-onslly ho and
ftjiituirlie(oru Kiid cuiirloii tut lir t Uay o
Him nest (seitemlii) term tlii reot ta he
lioldetl ill the city ot (.Mro In :il 1 nunt on
the lii-t .llnndav ill Si.,tei..-,er i Tt, and
ineao. iiiimut, or demur i , in, tieutlou n
;fiiirii.iui.ii, uu Haiini nun ine , lieri Illlll
tlilngii Ihereln charged :,nd t. ed will be
taken in cuirerd and a deir.e entered
ajfilnn you aoeordliu; lo the tr.ier of Mid
ieiiiioner. li. f. m t M,
t.i ou.ii: l isiiKii, . .. u:rk.
.-. I'. in ni.r.H, i ll'
l air i, lllin. i .linn nil-. 1m-
" C-21-w it
cutaneous eruptions .n
tho fat e oi
AN IMHUIMJ COMHTIOX
and Ihin may: or may not be S i rt I hu
i" l..ii till- ili- .1'. I llt'HIUf UIO)
II II l,,l ,1... . I... ,.n f, ... .1
man nn in-iiiiiiuh j'i.i iiat
Itl-'UNS MKK A TIMtllit:!,!; 11111
u il eiiuirs tlii'oii;h the M ill"
ot death Ml Ii cxery ,mi
lu -lil. nnuitlon thn;,, soiiiutiins; i
oi i-uo uv uim'c iu tieaiiu lie1 v ooil unu
Jil fill Si UUP
1 .-a. inn, I
pelllinf in cry trace of .ISp:im In in the nlm
mid ett in, ami lenvini; tliu ikiu
SOFT, FA HI AND JJKAl'TIKl'l
lliindicd of cerlilieatcH ctte t itw alii
rrke VI in r notlle.
.IUIU 1'. lU',iUl . It It li A A .VCl
S ami 0 College Place, New York.
ALSO IMtOL'KIIiTOltS OF
Ilall'j ll.ili.am Inrtho Lungs, CailiolleSaU
j.uiiyn turiioiie '1 roelius, U.)h'eii
dcd Hitter.' for DyMicii;J:i
1)1'. ItOKcl V Vegetalilu Worm
Mriln. Dr. llrliiielt.H Sinn ll.if.il. ...
Itat, .Mice, and Vermin, ltusida llalrDy
"n. i.te., i;ie.
I.'11( A T I.' 1V AT. liIHinnii.,,,
J UILU i At i. illill l i
B. F. PARKEK,
(SuciVHKor to Parker & Illako,)
..... . Do.'iici'lii
I,. 1... .v
p r-1 i . . . ....
WAIjIj PA IMi'l
1 1 in it i i rv i i t i 1 1
And Hie celebrated illumliiatlna
ROT" AUHonA on.
HriW HiillJInt;, 11th St.& Oomorclal A
I' VIUO, ILLS,
rUIT ill OIL
turn li t