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.6UNDAY, august o,j874. .
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OBelal Paper ot the City nnil County
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"Ifatariably In advance.
RMHllMB matter every pn.
To the Democracy, Liber
als and all other Oppo-.-nents
of the Republi
ThVl)cniocratio State Central Com
mtttee, in pursuance of power vested in
Mt liy tbo .Democratic State Convention
of 1672, hereby gives notice that a
State convention wijl bo held nt
Sramorisui, ox Wkunisuat, nit UflTii
DAY or Acout, 1874, at 12 M.
J . .Aftvdtcrt of tlie State cho' desire- 'to
promote the following jwrposet, are in
vited to join in tending delegates to thit
lit. The restoration of gold inn J sil
ver at the littit of the currency of the
. country ; the tpcc'dy resumption of "spe-
cie payments and the payment n) all
c - f ' ' - i i '
national indebtedness in the money rec-
ognized'b'ythe clviltied ieorld,
Ul'2'd. Free. commerce! ' ' "'.V
'.id. Individual liberty, and opposi
tion to sumptuary lata. . ftL
Ath. Rigid restriction of the govern
( mend, both state and natinal, tit thf
legitimate domain of political power,
by excluding therefrom all executive and
legitlative intermeddling with the af
fairt of society ichercby monopolies arc
foitrrtd, privilegrd classes aggrandized,
J 'ami individual freedom vnheeAtarihj
and oppressively restrained. j
&th. The right and duty oj the Hate
to protect its citizens Jrom extortion and
unjust discrimination by chartered mo
nojtolies. The committee, believing ;ics opposi
tion to Republican nntrule can hnrmo-
tu,uy UJn... .i. mraoina vrinci
jd! earnestly solicit the ften, co-operation
of all men, regardless of past po
litical affiliation; in an earnest effort to
place the. State and National, govern
ments in the hand t of men u ho are act
uated by the principles (dtovc enunci
ated. Hack county will be entitled to tend
one delegate for every jive hundred votes,
and oni delegate for every fraction of
two hundred and fifty votes and over,
cast in idid county' for all the pnsiden
tial candidates at tlic presidential rice
i'iondfW. C. Il.M'CoiuiicK, Chm'n.
a.i,. f U. H. McUormloV,
1st District Geo. S. Khnberly.
Jd District A. C. Story.
'.id Distrlot Tbcodoro Shintz,
4tb District .faf. 8. TicLnor.
5th District W. O. Wright.
. 7thDiBtrict .las. G. Klwood.
8th District W. K. Cook.
9th District Win. T. Doyvdall.
10th District Thoy. U. Cab'eiu.
. 11th District A. A. Glenn.
12th District K. I,, ilerrittr .' ' '
11 tb District J. II. Cunningham.
17th District S. B. Wilcox. ,
18th District Wm.ir. Green.
10th DitrictUhun. Carroll.
- - Democratic State Central Commit-
The undersnjiivi .i. ., wm m
full harmony. with the principles enun
ciated iu the '" caH "tid dcniroim
of en--,ulno a" voters of the State
rflib agree with these principles in an
opposition party strong enough to put
an end to the misrule of the repub
lican party, heartily join iu the abnte
c A, C. liming, li.Q.Caulfleld, !
Uarman Itaitor, Herman Llob'
Edward Uuwme). TLoimr. ..
Jno A. McOltirnaad, Andro Maltcon,
John II. Oberly,
n. IJ. Unlley,
J. 11. Johtiioo,
iJPbk H 1-iDpuier,
O. W. HotalltiK,
1 ZD"?'? pUbll Cr0dit must U woredly
'VjOntmed, and wo denounce rdnudia.
Itfft 9 -ry form and guise," is tho
language of tbe Democratic national
platform 3iT 1872. k 4
r .. t im
'TyE bogus Democrats who "don't
like the Uali of tbe Democratic
State Committee, needn't tenpond.
xuey aro not luvited to attond tho eon
vontion lo be beldjat tflpringfield on
the 20th inM. Tlidv oro not wanted.
They should paaaput and got into pol
itical eompany thai will please tbrni,
The office sbuuld heck the mau,uot
the man tho offic?," say the Indopond-
cntjllefoiinct. "l'lcas? uominat) inr
lor the office ul rcprocutativo iu con
gress," sayi tbo leader ol'lbo ludcpoud
eut llclorm party, Gen.'. Win.' H. An
dcrsoS, lo the Independent HcformoM
of 'the Ninelflentb dilrict Con-flMpiit,
thpfe.ltefoi mers. . . trr
"A brcf.nr return to specw
meat h demanded alike by the Li;Leit
considerations of commercial morality
and honVft government' declared the
Democratic-Liberal platform of 1S71I.
BuV the pestilcrous lUcbardsdnian
Dourbons of Illinois object. They
declare that specio paymout is a crime
against the public weal aud a favor to
tho monicd power that national pros
perity may be fouud iu the printing of
legal Under notes to bj lesued by the
'To insist to-day upon the payment
of the f 20 bond) in legal tenders is
not, it seems to us, iu the largest .ciue
expedient." Thin h from tho Cincin
nati Knnuirer, the chief organ of the
Democratic rcpudiatoru, and the per
sonal or can of -Mr. l'endleton the
father of the greenback fallacy.
Thing- are working ; and it is barely
possible, that, before many year.have
gtfne by,4-the Mound City JournaPnnd
J'oncsbo'ro Gazette will also get their
eyes open to the truth,
TitE Gazette says Mr. litter has
abandoned the Independent Reform
ticket, aud accepted the position of
head of a Wisconsin school. We saw
Mr. Kttcr a few days ago and he told
us ho was going to make the race for
the office of State Superintendent of
Public Instruction with a fair chance
of success. He had no doubt, he said,
that if a coalition between the ltcform-
crs uuu democrats coutu ue enectcu
tho State, would be carried against . the
(illr. of the Carmi Courier is a hu
morous fellow. "When a Mt.- Carniel
girl feels particularly spiteful towards
mankind," he savs'she sleeps with her
feet sticking out of the window, and
the oitizen think it too cloudv for the
moon to bo seen but it'n only eot I"
Again he says : "The latest song by
J. Ii. Stcwatt is entitled "Cloc the
Shutters Willio's Dead." That's too
bad, and yet we Kcretly rejoicn.
There's been two muny eongs about
Willie, and we er glad he's dead.
The other boys will have a chanrt;
"No free passeiiVr hMators or ed
itors!' hhout thl3 independent Itc
formers. "Gentlemen, I have provided
a at my own expense to take you to
the Carnu convention, where I hope to
be nominatedas your candidate for con
gress, and return you free of all ex
pense," tuid Gen. Andorson, the
leader of the Reform movment in the
State, to tho Farmer delegates of
Franklin county, and they didn't be
eomo angry ! No free pa.v-es for legis
lators or editors, but free cars, fur
nished by office-seekers, to delegates
to Farmers' conventions! Consistency
is a jewel the Independent lleformcrs
do uot possess.
The " Grayvillo monstrosity,'' that
is the eight-limbed child, albeit it
came dead into this living,
breathing world, has made that little
village as proud as a peucock. The
Independent invites Hani am to put on
his best clothes and pay the town a
visit. With metropolitan energy, the
editor secured u minute description of
the human wonder from the attending
physician, aud now advertises " only a
jimiicu nuuincr oi copies lelt, price
five cents a copy, ten ccuti by mail "
Four-lej,'ged and four-armed babic
aru rather uncommon, aud Grayville
ha a right to be proud o! lit, -citation.
of Alexander county that is to say, a
icw oi me managing Radicals of
Cairo will meet at tho court houso iu
thinclty and appoint delegates to the
several Republican conventions, to as
wmble at Mound City, on the i:,tli
imt. ..There is nq contest, oxcopt for
the nomination of a candidate t.ir tlm
legislature, and that will probably be
given to .Mr. Inicore, tbo present mi-
nonty meiutor of tho house from this
distiiet. Mr. Clements will bo nominated
without opposition. There will there
fore bo very little interest taken iu tho
county convention next Tuesday. The
cnt-anu-dried delegates will ho named,
ami mat is nil,
1'oi.iTicAM.v Tun Ru.urm t
bappy. Since the war there has not
been as line an opportunity as thoro is
now in Illinois for an honest battlo be
foro tho people. The Call McCor
nick's lmglq blast-has agitated the
political elements in such a manner as
to prove Unit thoro is vitality in it. All
tbe Incomprehensible, worn-out Demo
cratio fossils, like ex-Senator Rtcbaid-
jSou, ate excited and have begun tft do-
.iiquucu their iellow Democrats who do
not agree with them in tlic doctrine
thai a promio to pay money is money-
AVIiilc they dmninatcd in Inn Pciiih
eratie party, leading it iulu mistsle, ;
tbcv were tbo loudrt ailvnatr nf
party diseipline, but uv lint llioy ate
nolouj-'Ct'tbe inatldipiiflh" Pennx-rati"
machine, tby have gone into open re
bellion. Let them go. God bless their
ftwillific souls, any jai ty will loe that
gal u. i thoni.
Ttir "argument ' of the ilieliurd
iiinian Donrbons auifmt good money
and the linnet paytufciit l' natinnal nb
ligations, are uf tho most peculiar de
scription. For Instance, tho Illinois
Sentinel, a paper printed at Jackson
ville, " argues" that tho bonds of the
government should not be paid in gold
because the bondholders wish them to
be so paid. This argument is thus en
forced : " Napoleon, the grcattt
Captain of modern tinics, compiled a
scries of Military Maxim?. One was,
" Never to do what your enemy wishes
you to do, for this reason alone that
he desire-) it." The men who hold the
Kovcrnuicnt bond-) nrn tho enemies of
tbo cople ; these enemies wish the
bonds they hold to be paid in gold ;
thercforo tho bonds should not be paid
in gold. We do not understand the
holders of government bonds are public
enemies ; and until the logical fools of
tho school nf the I'ichardeouian Uour
bons can convince us that they arc wo
must insist that the .Napoleonic illus
tration used by the Sentinel is weak.
THE THIRD TKRM.
The well-worn but (always interest
ing theme of "the third term" forms the
subject of a late letter from a Long
Rrancb correspondent of the New
York Ili-rald. The corrvspondeut
who discourses as one who kuov
whereof ho writes, averts that
I'rcideiit Grant has no idea or
rcliu'jiiMiing the presidential office
at the end of hi pre.-cut term ; that be
has adopted a plrni which will enable
him to bold on to it, "which di-cio.-e
something of the admirable stratetiy and
I tactics of bis Cbattauooga campaign."
1 tus plan i, in ettect. to step down and
out of the republican party, who'e
leaders generally are not favorable to
the idea of a third term . to unite the
anti-rcpublicau and the anti-administration
forces of the whole country: to
marshal the grand army of office hold
ers, "live legions strong, the Grand
Array of the 1'epublio and the entire
political force of capitalists, bankers,
brokers &nd bondholders to bring
these all together upon the liberal it-
publican and democratic pUtform of
will make it palatable to all the differ
ent elements of the third term party.
The correspondent says that this is tbe
deliberate and well-studied plan of the
president as imparted by him to a
'leading liberal republican of the
Wet" who vi'ited htm a few day.- ago.
"encouraged by instructions that the
president was strongly inclined to a
new political movement for n third
So much for the latest on the third
term question. It is worthy of note
that President Grant ha. never denied
that he would accept the nomination
for a third term, a silence which may
have several different constructions put
upon it. Grant cither wants a third
term or be docs not want it. If he
wants it, his silence is easily under
stood. If ho docs not want, he ignores
the just curiosity of the people in a
manner more becoming a Kiiropcau
despot than the president of free
TIIK 1IROOKLVN SCAN' DAL.
There never was a greater -candal
than the current one. Other iin.-u than
JJecchcr aro proving uuliue to the
marital relation; Os.-ian 1-3. Dodge
has just left tho bed and hoard of hi-
wife for tho bed nnd board of fomo
other man's wife ; Henator I ugulls, of
Kansas, hud just been denounced as a
three or lour times married man ; but
neither of these, nor any of the Inn
dred racy scandals besides, attracts
even a passing notice from the public.
Tho Rceeher business nasty and dirty
as defiling tar lias elclip.'ed every
That tho great minister has been
stripped of his usefulness, no bno can
doubt ; that he has been guilty of great
indiscretions and a oriiuu aguinst tho
scuuetity of Tiltou's home few will con
tend. This fall is one of tho saddest
iu history. No man exercised a wider
infliioncu lhau llecoher. He was in
truth the great preacher of the world.
Rut ho toyed with tho forbidden fruit
if ho did not eat thereof, and ho is now,
at tbe age of sixty years, a by-word
n disgraced man at wltniu is pointed tho
linger of scorn.
It may be that Rceeher is not so
much to blume as many profess to be
liovo. A preacher and a doctor liavo
temptations the common herd of men
do uot have to resist, and that so few of
either profession fall into the toils is
high pruiso of their powera of self-don-iu!.
They shuuld reviso tbo familiar
prnyor of " l-d us tint iuli ti-mptu
tion," eh that they may. ii Hiej wisli,
Mipplieato tbo Lord to " l-oiulus outoi
tcmplntion bofnto wo yield." Tlture
never wim tumthcr pteaclier "run niter
at lleceher was ; nnd that be f H net
a mrpnso to us. nc M net unenii to
cut tho lii-l stone at him. bfeaiuo not
having been loiuptcd a.- be was nu will
uotnirour belief that we could liavo
couio out of the ordeal iii)c.ilhed ; wo
never boast unlil we have put off mir
arnmr and tho bailie is
I'llOI' Iteeehei-' Ik- i down, but
why should he lie liel-d'' Many n
worse mill than he i. Iiv and iidUS
and ha a being sunon.1 the iTodly and
the virtuous. He i uioiinl J and if he
did sin at uost hiding, tu.d lias lied like
un inhabitant Crete, he could not have
done otherwise being tho man bo is,
and in the circumstances iu which ho
found bim'olf when he did not act tho
part of.loicph to Mm. Tiltou's splendid
representation "f tho character of Mrs.
THE $10,000 COW.
(IVom Die .Vrn- York New.. J
The rmou SVJ.WO eow. ,llh a ifAc li.
cl. it net mrenrllv, Hjiillolfofi of tlj
ndn'o, "rfenJing toaU to owcatle," r
pn(;ur jetet Jy by tho tli :.!n-l.i
Kgypt, of tin) Kail 'tiul lino. I'l.n-da !
paln 1ml been tak-;D to prc-vide .iit.iLU
accomiiMMlaU.mi i-r iboilninty qunc n i (
our imMur,. TJ.o mniR.-r df tbo ;.re.
Mr. F. W. J. Hur-t, an l h largo stall l
omplovtt wT r.;em ht bar deptf t ire,
hnd beirlv Uapt. (!rin (Mina-J fully
Itiiprwn l'wllh lit litliiieiloti of lit i i'o
lalin.tkiatiMl ihArn, ;m,l n dtrii.irinliori
to rendr tbo voyage at .i(troiab)o oi
In itw of U. Inct lliat tbe witter o
Jriiik i uj iibiiL:y to Ui croKii with
dhtigaroiH Krm, Ii iwmi lha part (
wisJoro lu udupt tha Uuipi precaution
uh-i.-tl: in our l.exiiuy. A furiublo
Hliir may I tnaaa uf a eotsioon U.n
ware or er.rtt.t-n jtr. Tbo bottom i flllr.l
with toAM it at a govts izt, r i
eoverwl with a perforauo. alalo ib. leav
ing a jpce to hoM a aupply of H!tra4
waur. A fsiK". it tlttaJ into nholubofrJ
through tb id t ' jar, at ntar too
lulUHii at may bo Oror tbe iab or
totieJ ii piiot a layr of cvarav (;ravl,
ciDly ili.i; t,vur tbat n U;. or
of clean uuitfd raoti ; then a layer of
pad:rl ebiruoal, alto wall waa-l, tiil
aootbar layer of tnu , ana than oi.e o'
cosrt4 grivl, both wbei perfectly
clean. Tb rmiaiBiter t-f tba pnco it for
water. A coTtr or a wet tlotb p:aci Jim
tbetopxe!uit &n'.. If a porou tr it uJ
t'-i evapera'.ion from tho oo'.'Un duritg
tot ealUr w ill V2p tbo rootoaU a!uo,t
Ice cold, p.rurulariy n it i vp: in a cur
rent of air. 1h tun filltring arrmge
meat may ba applied to a cwUtn. At
tbe UDrr torar i tbe chaaibrr l:.to
which tb P'P dlwbtrgM. '1 be Uynt
of material ar srTl,(n3, ar.d cti.r.oal
Ai th S.'.er wi I nl to be tkeo -ut ' -eiiionly
to watb tba eoataeti, it it w.i to
tnkt tbe c&arnbar qait dtetinet, ( tba'.
wh may bo bad to it at asy tin-. with
out dhtnrbtns ta eivtn lw eontaati
I'OPCLAItlTY OP .IKWKI
It HthVi that Ago ofSorel.tse fv .,r.
ii of ( a-tli'-Mi -JV.?? i U.uiubl L.ct
laca ; lb. art -f cuttiag a&4 poiubicg i.a
ii)on lMir.it alwmtuatiiowri till be; l.me.
It ( uirf tbit nexklace. or carcecet, it
ciiW, wa to baavy and ottcouilort
able that Agnti bo;l only wore it oe
state oecaiioof .b, howerar, popular
i.l tb 1 1 y 1 ab4 di-.mocd on btacam
all lis rags, asd eotnruiLdl fabuiooi
prlc. At thrctn t-o Lotting jtarmao
ent la tee world of faibioa,
Lrllliarjtt uere in tim tuner
led ft by artiltically wrought gold and Jew
dry. Catbericu J-j iledictt and Uiaua de
I'ui'.i-n brought ptsrli in voi(ue, and din
rcondi were -jita ducaried until Mary
Stuart's rnarriaei nith Fracctt I of
France, when tbe brotjgUt .om rem. r kit.
ble germ from Kogltno ; bat after '.bat
ur.fortucato tjjfrta't return to Scot' ami,
tubifrrjucnt to tthT youLg tutband'A latb,
pcarii ragilnffi tbir eup-ewacy. Oa tbe
occaiion of Miri de M-.livt's coroc&tb n
all tbo luditit at tbi cu irt wrt aiegant
btad"Jri.i of pear.t. L'ndor the
reign of Louis .1V precioiii
Uori'it were brought is large qntn
titiei from l'vrtin uw India, and were
rnnre gsnerally worn tbti b:for. Kvati
tbe waiit) arid iltx vttt i,t :li4ea wore
trimujed if that term i..y be pro;irh
ntea wr.o tur'juoiie tni ruoy pauinorj
tone, aigrattei of dWtn :.!, not to tM-ak
of tbo enortnoui ar.d dt.litigly brilliant
itotnarmen tben in vugua. DUrnondt
Wfcro dirplayed in a,n.ctt jr,credibi pro
fiinion, ai liuttont ir, I turl and pint ; n
tbo IIJj of inu.'l'-boxu and Jewl-uaaei ; or
tbe lundlei of wbipi, paraol nbil swordi.
and tie beadu t :hui and abova nil, h
tbo tared eortti ot t!. cmrllon.
(inn. I.w, grave a man as ba wit",
grtly eriJofeJ tb- tell which a wk on
bu ttatr pilmeil i if upon n reporiir,
who pronij.ly IhmhM It in tbu paper.
Tho fejiurm; wanted to know Oon. l.o'
hour for iirilng.
"riu o 'loek-oxic'.ly M x," wa tb
reply. '1 mrer, tbon, it h rtlir a formal
"Ut ;j.l!y form!--In fuct. 1 nny y
It 1 a r1Kidly military dinner."
'.M ilitnry h.,vv military V
"U'oil.jui .., Can. I.oa sita t.t tbo
ol ti.o ttblo ami Ool. Uhilton at lb
foU, an l ovrytbiug is doaa in ml taii'i
"lto.l-tai.jnt tiibU I ldtn't nnderstaiid
"CVrtiiniy ; (ln. l.cit nevnr oarvi-', arid
nover hlj Wll thai i left tu C, thil.
ton bm ij.-n. i,tl; tbo guest wl.al
they will luvo, (hay tell htm; thin bo
i'tuos bit er.li, , (Job Uliiltim ex.
ocuui ibfi.i -iiiiifshli."
' (io hi, (") giii opening his note book.
' (Jivo mo nn oxainplo-toll mo oxt.'tlv
bow It it done,"
"t-'upiww, thr-n, w.i bitvo benf wo gen.
orally havo baf. (irno ii mil by tl.o
jhaplain, then flm f,ns rp nn tbo tiil.lo
with tin ImiiJiu C( nil knlfu and styn:
" 'Allutilion "
"Kverybody it tllent. Mvory eyn U
turrieil tnwurd lien. lio. Mo loukn up ut
ono of in-ino, r0r exampln-miil I m ini
and make h milltKry faliiln.
"'Copt. C-, wlmt will you bo hlpnl
to?' ssyj (Jen. i,eo.
"1 Buy 'boef,' multe anotlior shluto and
"(Ion 1,08, tixliii;hie eyu on Col Chilton,
say. 'Ilcef, for dipt 0 ."
"My iilato Ii paued, li'lpcd, ami then
Col Chilton, banding It to the servant,
'"llonf for Capt . lly order of l u
I'uo. (l Chilton, A A (I "'
And tblt absurd itory wont tbo rjiiinlj
"f louthorn paperdt
A Ht. Paul tologratn to the Chicago
'I'iinos civos tho lollowing particulars
of .tho Inst inomonts ot "Lord" Gordon
Gordon : "Detective Monroo, nccom
panied by twolocul poliucineti and Mr.
Haiti, a lawyer, acting for Marshall A
fc'ott, started Fiiturd.iy aftornoon i. r
Hcndingly, whoro they arrived in the
evening, innl pioeccded to Mrs, Cor
bcllV wheie (lurdnn botitdcd. Monroe
made the arrest iu (ho ireeiico of llio
othciti. lioiduu deemed calm and self
po'Scsscd, but asked if this was an
othor kidnapping tifl'air. On being as.
iurcd that it was not, nnd on hearing
the naturo and regularity nf the turf si,
he begqed lot would not h taken
though the .Stairs and aUu asked the
priviJegc offlniifinj' his clothes lot
lie;Hier one, ami tlic lintiilenH' Weio
renrcd for that purpose. .Munrue
lollowed him closely. Ho went to tho
foot ii the bed, pretending to look for
his cloth c.ip, when ho seized a pistol
and dct laring "1 will not go a step far
ther,' placed it lo his right car and
fired and killed himself Instantly.
i'Ntii. voir iiivi:
,,. t.,v "
(;0tl ItEASO.NS why
!i : . ur work.
Ai we bt . 12
QUICK AND KASY.
.rilKAr AM) CIiHAX.
- brtip t) t uy,
i .i- tn- tttt t uje,
1 k-y 1 like oveiiiy and ijuickly,
ib'-"r.pratlon ! perfxt,
ipxttA Ttj-y bve a'way a gol draft,
Szxzp i i i-y aro male of the belt inateritl,
ter V mm prfectly,
T:.- r.-jitre utllttle fuel,
gt 1 are very low priced,
sbX 1 -. . s'e i nly managol,
fr . 'i oey ar - (uituj to all localitiai,
isSre J'.vry i'..Te guarantod to Ive
iwittt 'iv' ""
Excelsior Man'fg Co
r.W. 1I1..MILUS0X, riitro, I lit.
J l.l 4 It Hh 1,
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IXIIOK NO. 3.
Tiii:aNi;v ciiuo3ios-rjto3i ivn(.
li.VUD'S I'ASIUUS PAlXTIXdS.
Tbemi irieganl f'liroinos nro by Inr tbo inost
iiii-eilVo pictures eter Ivi n to tbo pub-lb-,
lieiiiiflull of liimior and "l'lilrli" to tbe
hot extent. M.o Jii by 'ii Im lies, moutileii
upon eaii.is nnd strnluers. I'rleo UIO tbo
p.iir. f-eml orders lo the publMiur. .1. 1',
llYlii:i. illlMipeilor Mreet, I'leteland, O,
A MtN IlllemllliK In do lillfcllieKH milkt Hint
pii poi'ii hlm'ell to liieot the rciiilrenicnts
ol bis riitlomer i uct be inunt let every
po-kibUi oi piol siblo ciiiitoinci' biiiiw that he
U . pripiireil. In ii very tuiull placebo
may 'ir.i.l. all tbu people wiist be can do, tu
it I irK'n vlll.iuo a ))viuteil bunilblll,. poster or
t Itvular, propel ly illtlrlliutuil, will lio clllca.
clnuu, but WIKII.Vr.K IH IX A I'l.At II I.AIK1U
ixormno Hi'i ronr a nkwhi-.u'iui wii.i.
i inii that it is mi: rni:.i'i:fr .medium
TiiiioToit which to aduhiihs thk I'tinuo.
VfASStM W ATI Jt
Jobbers anil Retailers of
Chemicals, l'.-ilcnt Muilioim, l'lTfuitK-rv, Soaps, JJnishes,
Toilctt l'licli's, Dnipgist V Fancy (iootls, Collier Whito
Leatl ami O'her r!raflo., 1 ':iint-, Colors, Oils, ' rarnishe.",
Window (Ma?s, Wax Flower Material, Tulic (VilorH, Dye
Stutfe, KU:, Klc, Kt.-.
We Solicit rnrresimnilem-e nnd oriler Irmu Dnuiil.t. I'll) Ii-Liuh ami (itnetal Htorei
lnwntnl (looiN in our I. Inc. Meainhoat, l'lsntatloo and Kaiulty Medicine catt-i luni
lbed orl'.elllled with Ittlluble Drnl at l(eaonHltli Itatet
WHOLKSAI.B S: ItETAlL
71 Olilo l.eiee.
AT WII.COVS Ill.Otli lolttl.IO
l. M l litis.
f. ,...,r-t r-rt
SAMUEL P. WHEELEK)
iTTflUKEV i CtiUNSKLUIt AT LAW
Offllce Utcr l'lft I.t.or.ul lui.l.. a. 16-31 n
.lohtl II. iiUUey. VS imam ;. lnUi-y.
Jtb I.jrsi: i air, it, Iw-tweiii oniiuer
Hal m,4 ; o,i;jion nvenuet. ft-H-tf.
CFtEVi fc GILBERT,
, i .:t-yi
' i .hi AI'U LAW j
v.'n . i . .. c-aiium;.!.".
y. . . .i . I
' . i
X3Ta'ru tai.tlnn ifttfl! to Allwtrrillj
and Htc.im' i ut bitIcsr. . , 1
Olllee : Olilo l.DMe, Rr.oms? riial nte
City NutlouHl Ibuk.
KI!KII HI'ltlNti litiom,
M Jt 8 . M . J A O KSO iV.
(Formerly Mr, SwaiKlcw.)
innounccn tbat bc baa jiut Qjitncd s targe
usorlment ol tbu
Mll'liiory tloodit totu - ti . 'm-main
ihit will keep on liiino
Hath, Honnkth, Fi.owku itinn'
Dkksh TuiMMlxnit oi' Ai-l. lilNin1,
IlADIKH FUHNIHIUNO JutlJt", iloTION
Coll a lie, U.vfjKiitii.KUVKii, ituKKi',
And all good found tu mllllnor)' mo.,
oi winch will bo (Unpaged ol rt tbe low
cai-li prices, .Mrs, ,Iiic)tou retpei n '
mV.hu continuation of tbo pntnouaxu wi .
tins been ao llbei.-illy bctnowod upon lici
lh laillna ol ('nlri and tlm vlelmtV. i
And Dviilt-r In
EltlllTU aTllliKT. IIUT. V.HUINHTOtt AM)
CoMMKKi!iAi.,AvK.iuloliiliiK Ilariny n.
KeepM tlie liei-t ot Ilcef, I'mlf, Million Veil,
I.hiiiIi, Suii-iiki', Ue,, mill In prupHi'cd lo
aervn I'.itnlllcn III -i ai-cent.'iblii iiiiiiiner.
DK. W. J5LAUW' I
3uaori Illeek (upttairr) crrner nil- ,'Uro
and Washbipton Avonue.
90-31-tf. OAIRU, I1LIN018.
nn t i II
HKTAIL t4c I'HEiUKII'TION.
Washington Air. rer. IMifhth St.
I IR, O
I tho IMilor ot Tlic 111 l.l :Tl.l.
I.hi i:i.ji.i ruii'.vn. Von wiltpliie lie
fu rm your rvadern lli.it I baMi a ponltUe
i i.iti: rou co.N.si.'.Mi'nuN
, and ll iK-ordfr'a ol tbe'llitont nuil l.iiii. ,
1 slid that, tiy Ita iiw ill IH) practice. I llt-
.tirtil liiillrr.li oIcae, and will
Iiit a im-- It will not beiirtit. Imlcrd, to
i truiif I- iov faith. 1 will t-cli'l :i .-AXl'I.i:,
I ':. to any .nm-n raddrCMliiciiie.
l'lrae !iowtnl letter to any one ou may
mow who I uttertnK from thee illtrn.et,
. t -ui.ri.iiy Your..
t'.U Wllllniii M N r VorU
; i i ii.w wi 10
1MI I LADE LAM A, PENN.,
Fountain.-, Vnues, Anlmal'ii. Iron Stnlri,
I.. imp I'oq, Stable I'lttlnfM,
:ast. wiioraiiT & WIRE railings
NKW ami IMliOVHI'UCIIAIlt foriliefctrrr,
iinecrt and l.ecturo Hall.
Anil :i fieneral Asorlment of Ornu
mental Iron Work.
K n i' " n 1 '1 m. (n -it in i hi tt
t i' i r u e' i" it -v i t t
ii i ll.it l 'i
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
Nn. ?; Ohio Levee, C'AIKU, ILLS
EiT'Specf.il attention given to coul(n
cieutu ami tilling orders. ll.'Z tl
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
III' A 1.1. K1SU$, llAIltl AM) BOIT,
liei-p e'MIStillltly Olllniid
Mill ami Viird,
funncr Sltli Street
anil Ohio f.cvco
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
Ohiu l.evce, over Mntlum it UlilV.
txifMum- but first-vhiss Companies
SaH'oi'd, MorriH & Ciuitlco,
Til Ohio Jioveo, City National Haul
Htiildiiig, Uaiiio, Ills,
J a- oldest cutabllsbcd Agency lu .Soutlierii
ll.luoli, representing over