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TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, li74.
itltietnt I'npnrol IlieOlir nnd County
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To the Democracy, Liber
als and all other Oppo
nents of the Republi
The Democratic Stato Central Com
mittcc, in pursuance of power rested in
it by the Democratic State Convention
of 1GT2, hereby gives notieo that a
Stato convention will bo held at
SfRlNOJIELB, O.V WXUNrSWAr, TIIK 20TII
DAr or August, 1874, at 12 II.
All voters of tlic State tcho desire to
promote the following purposes, are in
vited to join in tending delegates to this
ist. The restoration of gold and $il
ver at the basis of the currency of the
country ; the speedy resumption of sjc
cie payments and the payment oj all
national uulcl'cdncts in the inonry rec
ognized ly the civilized world.
2d. Free commerce.
3d. Individual liberty, and oppoti
tion to sumptuary later.
4(A. Rigid restriction of the govern
vients, both state and national, to the
legitimate domain of politicul poicrr,
by excluding therefrom all executive and
legislative intermeddling with tlic af
fairs of society ichercby monopolies are
fettered, privileged classes aggrandized,
and individual freedom unnecessarily
and oppressively restrained. .
0th. The right and duty of the state
to protect its citizens from extortion and
unjust discrimination by chartered mo
nopolict. The committee, believing the opposi
tion to Republican misrule can harmo
niously unite upon the foregoing princi
ples, earnestly solicit the free co-operation
of all men, regardless of att po
litical affiliation; in an earnest effort to
place th' State and Xatiunal goiern
mcnts in the hands of men ichv arc act
uated by the principles above enunci
ated. Each county will be entitled to send
one delegate for every five hundred votes,
and one delegate, for every fraction of
tico hundred and fifty votes and over,
cast in said county for all the presiden
tial candidaUt at tlte. presidential dic
tion of 1872.
C. JI.M'CoiiMicK, Chiu'ii.
..T ( (J. 1L iMcL'ormlck,
AtIiargc, James c noWnsont
1st District fJco. S. Kimberly.
i!l District A. O. Story.
3d Distriot Thcodoro Shintz.
4th District .Tas. S. Ticknor.
fitli District W. 0. Wright.
7th District .las. (I. Klwood.
8th District W. K. Cook.
Oth District Win. T. Dowdall.
10th District Thos. H. Cabeeu.
lllh District A. A. Glenn.
12th District K. L. Merritt.
14th District .J. 11. Cunningham.
17th District S. II. Wilcox.
IStli District m. 11. Greeu.
19th District Dims. Carroll.
Democratic State Central Commit
Tbo uudersiguiid citizens, being in
full harmony with tho principles cnun
dated in the above call, aud desirous
of cumbining all voters of the Stato
who agree with these principles in an
opposition party strong enough to put
an end to tho misrule of tho rcpub
Ucan party, heartily join in tho above
A. 0. Ueislng, 11. 0. Caulfleld,
Uxrmau lUster, liertnan Lleb,
Jcbn M. Palmor, J. It. Doollttle, Jr.
t Edward Hummel, Tbomu Hoyne,
Jno A. McClernand, Andre JUUeion,
4 Jthn H. Oberly, II. II. UmUey,
Daalel Cameron, .1. 11. Johnson,
Cbat n, L-anphler, lllchard Slicbaells,
A, Oreodortf, O. W. HoUUdk'.
M. Benj. O. Jones, odltor of the
-Missao Journal, is a candidate tor the
legislature in the Fifty-first district,
and will probably be elected. Jones
iOHKit uas exclaimed several
tttt'e within tbo past mouth or two in
tbolaaguaee or Josh Rillmgs: "When
follor gita to going doune hil, it due
The annexation ot a largo part oi
Mexico to tbo United States is a prob
ability. It is said, that tho Mexican
government baa submitted to our gov
rcnuicnt a proportion providing for a
transfer of a fcetiou of country
lying north of a parallel drawn
due west from tbo mouth of
the Rio Grande to tbo Pacific ocean.
Tnr, Republicans of Louisiana, in
Stato convention, havo resolved, ''that
hy and sound policy nliko constrain
us to nominato and support for oflice,
Eono but men of known honesty and
capacity, aud that men who ro un
mindful of the interests of the state,
and whose records arc a reproach to
tho party, shall not bo permitted to
force themselves upon us in any capac
ity, under any pretense whatever." If
tho Republicans of Louisiana had nr
rived nt this conclusion long ngo be
fore men of known dishonesty jiud in
capacity were fustcned by it upon tho
State, It wnulil lmrc been better. Their
resolution in favor of honesty and
competency is a death bed ropentnuce
A WasiIlvoto.v special to the .New
York Horald says that reports having
been circulated to the effect that At
torney General Williams would tender
as resignation on account of the re
fusal of congress to enact certain laws
recommended by.hini in regard to the
rcduotion of tho expenses of United
otatcs marshals in some Southern judi
cial districts, and for other causes, it
can bo stated, on tho authority -of tho
attorney general himself, that nothing
has passed between him nnd the presi
dent on tho Hubject. True, tho ntfor-
ueyguncral did recommend certain leg
islation at the last session of congress
which would have reduced the expenses
of many judicial districts of tho South ;
but as congress did not deem it expe
dient to enact such laws, tho 'attorney
general docs not hold it to bo sufficient
cause for hiin to tender his rcsignntiou.
As to tho rumor regarding his appoint
ment to tho Russian mission, ho states
that no word has passed between him
self and tho prcsidont in regard to
that subject, and ho has never irivon it
a thought, and, so far as ho knows tbo
prcsideut has no idea of using his
namo in that connection. .Tudgo
Williams 'furthor states that whilo ho
has no particular dosiro to hold ofBco
ho will remain in tho department of
justice, and that his relations with tho
president .aro as pleasant now as thny
wero a year ago, six months ago, or at
ny other time since ho accepted the
WHEN DOCTORS DISAGREE."
Tho Peoria National Democrat, one
of tho organs of inflatiou, is also iu favor
of a resumption of specio payments,
and can teo no inconsistency in its posi
tions. " Tho proper method to return
to specio payment," tmy.i tho Demo
crat, " ia to expand, instead of contract,
our facilities for operations ; expand
instead of contract your greenback em
ulation, aud you arc tho bettor en
abled to return to a specie basis."
This is an astonishing proposition,
ut wo do not feel iue'.incd to take is
sue upon it wiiii tno financial genius
who presides over tho columns of the
Democrat. Ho is so burc of his posi
tion, that, if we were to toll him ho is
foolish, he would not boliovo us. Not
satisfied with asserting that tho way to
specio payment is expansion, tho finan
cial genius of the Democrat assures us
that tho umountof expansion, to seourc
rcsutnptiou within a very few years,
must be precisely 520,0110,000 per an-
Tho 20,000,000 of greenbacks to bo
annually i'sued, arc to be used to do
fray the expenses of tho government
iustcad of usini; told to defray them.
Tho Democrat says so. In additbn to
tho greenbacks usucd as expansion, tbo
Dumocrat would havo $70,000,000
greenbacks annually substituted for
870,000.000 iiutionn iuuk currency
Thus 890,000,000 of greenbacks
would bo issued annually, and
890,000,000 of gold received from
customs retained in tho treasury, until
the gold accumulated in tho treasury
was equal to one-third of tho volume
f greenbacks, when specio payment
might bo resumed.
Mr. Daniel Yooibccs, who is nuthor
ity with (he Domocrat on finances, is of
tho opinion that the much-talked o
system of exports and imports by whiol:
wo may procuro and retain a sufficient
amount of gold tit redeem our circula
tiou is n delusion and a snare ; and nl
most everybody will say that tho pro
ponitiou that resumption may bo ar
rived ut by expansion, is exceedingly
THE SOMERVILLE TRAGEDY.
Tho wa of races nt tho South is
progressing finely. In Tonucssco last
week, the town of Somerville was kept
in a state of extraordinary excitement
by tho demonstrations of black and
white bullies. Grcou Ilerndon, a white
man, and UbbIi Warren, a leading
negro politician, quarreled. Another
Ilerndon, brother of Greon, is mayor
seam ns tho' ov'rjtbing
grcaiad for tho oVsshun."
of Soraervillo. Ho" remarked to Mr.
Warren that ho ought not to be so
abusive ; whereupon Mr. Warren
cursed Mayor Ilcrndon also, and, in a
mannor that should provoko no white
man who is really a friend of the
down-trodden race, snapped a pistol iu
his face. Wo need scarcely say that
Mayor Ilerndon drow a pistol of his
own and killed Mr. Warren. So ut
terly destitute of lovo of tho human
race arc tbo whito people of tbo South,
that nearly all of them in fact all who
aro not in office by virtuo of "colored
votes" justify Mayor Ilcrndon in this
A young white man, named Oscar
Burton,who was standing near tho scene
of tho disturbance when Mayor Ilcrn
don shot at Mr. Warren, is sunpectcd of
having also fired nt the unfortunate
colored man. Mr. Burton is a white
man who occasionally indulges in such
remarks as ; " D-
-n the d-
niggors." The colored citizens havo
consequently a prcjudico against him
and tbey resolved that ho should 1 e
brought to trial for the murder of Mr.
hen this news roached Mr. IJur
ton, being a fcarlojs as well ns a law
abiding man, lie salt! that ho bo il d
if any person should arrest him. Hav
ing como to this conclusion, he armed
himself with a doublo.barrclod shot
gun and a few pistols, anil appeared
upon the streets. Judge J. G. Reeves,
Albert Reeves, the sheriff, and another
man named Paul, attempted to arrest
Mr. Uurton. Of course Jlr. Burton ro
tated, and oponcd firo. He was an ex
cellent shot, nnd without difficulty, mor
tally wounded Mr. Paul and tho Shoriff.
In tho meantime, ho bad received sev
eral shots that "ssnt him to grass,"
but raising himself on his elbow ho
drew ono of his pistols and handsomely
planted a bullot in Judge Reovos' back
between tho shoulders. At this mo
meat a party of negroes who had con
gregated at the scene of tho difficulty,
opened fire upon Mr. Burton, who re
coived thirteen shots and still lives.
Great excitement ensued. Negro
runners were sent to tho country for
rcinforccmeuts, and n call mado upon
Memphis by tho whites for men and
arms. A military company was imme
diately sent to Somervtllo, where it
is now under arras preserving tho
Tho reconstructed States are pleas
ant places to inovo away from.
A New York physician, Frederick
R. Marvin, prufessur of jy
oological medicine and medical juris
prudence iu tho Now Vorl: Vteo Medi
cal Oollego for Women, has written u
bookoutbo subject of Spiritualism. We
havo not scon it, but judging from a
statement of its contents that has come
under our observation, it will be
read with much interest, aud we hope
with much profit,by the victims of this
In his book, Dr. Marvin is said to
reduce spiritualism to mere materialism,
because, acoording to Andrew Jackson
Davis and other supporters of tho sys
tem, tho spirit's organization is sub
stance, and weighs something, aud tbo
soul is a result of physical organization.
Edmunds, ho says, calls
thought an attribute of tbo soul, but
ns thought is a function ot tho brain,
which is nothing but matter, and
weight is also a properly of matter,
there follows tho contradiction iu
terms that spirit is matter. Form, also,
is a quulity of substance, aud should
therefore bo subject to Ihe chemical
and other tests which the nbenouiona
ofbo-callcd Spiritualism oludc. Dr.
Marvin does not deny that some phe
nomena presented at seances aud cir
cles aro inexplicable, but that is to
him no reason for ascribing to tliein a
spiritual origin. Ho regards the vis
ions scon by mediums attired in their
ordinary clothes, which would natu
rally bo only tbo reflection of what ex
ists In tho minds of inquirers, as prov
ing, if really authentic, tho immortal
ity of tho suit of clothes
us much as tho immortality of the
Mediums are, in Dr. Marvin's opin
ion, under tho influence of a mania,
whichjin tho fomale, result, from sexual
derangement, depondent upon tho
peculiar type of tbo civilization of the
present day. Ho regards modiomania,
hysteria, nnd allied ncurosos as conta
gious not by the reception of mor
bific particles into the system,
but through that tendency to imitate
which haunts the nervous system liko
a ghost, urging it to etraugo and frantio
deeds. Tho fact that women have
moro highly scusitivo nervous tempera
ments than men leads them inoro readily
to automatic Imitation, and their greater
impulsiveness and enthusiasm renders
them peculiarly susceptible to this
kind of dcrangoment kuown as medio
mania. Emotional religion comes iu as
a factor in this species of insanity, ac
cording to Dr. Marvin. "Thero is no
religion ou earth," ho sye, " bo excit
ing as Spiritualism. No roligiou burns
up so much tissuo, or uses eo much
nervous energy as Spiritualism. .Oper
ating upon tbo human organism, it
converts inoro oxygen Into carbonic
acid than any other religion with which
I am acquainted ; consequently it is
moro injurious to health than any
other religious faith, nnd its occurrence
in tho nervous system of a young girl
is dangerous in tho extreme." Thcso
conclusions wore obtained by tbo writer
from physiciat examination of mediums.
The Third Term.
Tho President and the Re
Tho Compact Fulfilled.
1'roin tbo New York Herald.
LuNO Branch, Angnin, 137 1.
Wo nro evldontly on Uift way to k decis
ive aulllumunt of tho main quntion. At
we oxpecloJ, tho Lor.u Itranch Horald,
loltor, publitbed tht morning, has created
a profound ncniatlon nmonc; tbo politic
ian horc. without distinction of party,
llitrd-tboll republicans iy. "Ttioro l
muu Uro uador tbl cloud of tmoke, and
Oenorrtl Chant will now bo compelled to
ihow bl band. If ho it not for in ho li
Agnlnit u, nnd wo mutt
know win; iic in: stands."
Si r.-ahetl domoernts my, "Tliii tbinc
will TylarUe tho ropub)lcn pfirlyandtha
gtmo it In our handi." In a convorantii n
with a liberal republican tbii morning,
bo aillruiod Hint "tinviiig fought only two
yoais ago under ona motto of 'Anything
to beat Oram, wo cannot two yoari benco
fly tho legend of 'Anything to elect
Orant.' You may bring tbo bono to tb
water, but if bo bai bad enough you ctr.
not maka blni drink."
"Hut," aiki an indignant regular re
publican, ''aftor all that wo havo done for
Gonoral Orant ran tuch things bo? "
Why not? Is tbero in this now depar
ture of tho Presided anything in vjry
lurprlilng, after all? Aro tbero not nurn
eroui Presidential precedent! to Justify
tbo abandonment by General Grant of the
party which lifted bltn from tbo wood
roan'i cabin to the "Whlto Ilouie? When
bo found that bo could not get a lecond
term from the democratic prtv did not
Martin Van Daren bolt tothn frcoiollort
and become their Presidential candidate?
Did not John Tyler, on finding that bo
wi not at bomn in tho whig camp, turn,
with all hU mercenaries, ogainittho whig
party and kill off Henry Clay? Again,
did not Fllmore in 1 SSfl, at an - Indopen
dent opposition Presidential candidate,
elect JamM lluchanan? and did not Pre
sident Johnson turn against the republi
cans md, with CMof Justicn Ghaip, cast
his fertunei with thee ot tho democratic
party In their Tammany National Con
vention of I8C8? And then let it not be
forgotten that General Grant was
X DEMOCBAT nErOBR THE WAIt,
and bus never been anything but a reluc
tant servant of tho ropublicanf, notwith
standing the vlllanous abuse heaped upon
him by tho democratr, from tho highest to
tbo lowest. Lastly, nftor taking up
Horace Greeley, ai the embodiment of
their parly and their principles, In 18??,
why should there be any difficulty with
tbo dotnocrati in adopting Gcnnrul Grant
in 187C? After Greoloy and JJrown, Is
tboro anything Impossible In tbo whirli
gig of our purly politic?
Wo boiievo Dk mo oracie nai spoken,
oua iUia ii of th raniibllcati party
Is cattng about for a change or
The great Dnko of Marlborotngh always
took good care of number one, and Gen.
Grant is nut tbo man to troublo himself
about number two for the presidential
succession. Hi' bin
KULflLI.EU HIS COMPACT
with thu rvpublicans, and be holds that be
ii a I rc mm again that if thoy havo no
further usr. for blm '.hey luivo no longer
any claims pon bim. Tho troaty bo
twion the hlgi. contracting parties has
oxpircd by its ow,. limitation, and this
Is tbo end of it. We untioncd yesterday
that the ortbedox ropuuiCHnt of New
York wore as barsscd and inairtnant at
the mysterious and
l'KKl'LEXI.SO SILENCE O? OKK (IRANT
in roferenco to a third term, and so dis
trustful of mischief in tho meal tub, that
they wero ready to piny tbo liberal re
publican against him. I'pon thia matter
wo are informed that recently some lead
ing republicans of n New York congres
sional district, itrongly republican, waiioi
upon an out-and-out liberal republioiu
and proposud to give him this fall the
nomination for for congress in that dis
trict if ho would acuopt it. Ho submitted
as an objection to this nomination, which
thoy could not, purbaps, overcame that
be win inflexibly opposed to nnotber
presidential torm to Gun Grant. "Thai
is tho very reason," responded his
republican friends, "why wo want you.
You can speak out on
TIIIS THIltl) TRIllI 10.SSTIiOSITY
"Your lips aro not sealed by custom liouio
glue. Wo want just such a man to open
tho light ou our title against a third term
to Gitneral Grant Wo cannot do
it. Wo cinnot vucturo upon a
quarrel with tho custom house. Vvo will
take you as an opponent to Gcnoral Grant
for a third term, and uiulnly on that
ground wo ilull uxp'jct you to servo us In
our tall cauvass," Wo beliuvo that these
negotiation! closed wlmout a treaty, the
liberal republican on his part doubting
the backbono of his republican friondi
when brought to tbu pinch.
Thero have been to-day somo visitor!
to the prsildent'i cottage, we aro told,
who, touching this now(dcparturo of the
president will spike tbo oneiny'i guns
Surely, if ths president Is not a cindidato
for still another torm, tbo balf uo.en
words that sot bim right can be easily
TUB SKN'TIMKNT IN WASHING
TON. WasnisuTo.v, yviigust , 1B74. Thero
ii a deirth of politicians In Washington
at this isuou of tbu yoar, lamontably eo
among theilemocrats'nnd liberal republi
cans; yet tboro are onuugh to koop alive
tbo absorbing topic of a third term for
Grant. Tbo statcmont printed In tbo
Herald of to-day from Long i) ranch to
tbo oiled that Grant was nnxfoui to bo
tbo prcsldontUl candidate of the opposlt-
Inn nt.lnL I 07ft ina.ir.Alt nttf.t-
pttod here by tho press, but enough cimo
to whot'tbo appetite of tbo Inquisitive
politicians for more, so tbo Horald was in
great demand this evening.
tub riiKsiuiNr's xxrnxssEii senti
ments. To those familiar with tho president's
views during the last icstlon of congress,
bit reported uttoranco at Long Ilrancb
concerning tho welfare of the Houth are
reiteratloui of sontlments eiprojsoi at
different times during last winter and
prlng. Perhapi nono wai moro'slgnill
cant or omphatia than tho remark mado
t several Louisiana and Mississippi cor-
ffrniimxn I, .M UT hm'in in think
it 11 time for. tbo republican lly t3 un
load," At other time ho declared that
Ibe South bad borno tbo burden of op
pression long enough, ana nonceioriu un
lllillcv nrnnlil tin n unnolnt nativo SilUtl
ern men to fedaral offlcoi,nnd ho should do
all In bis power to teo the wrongs of the
Couth righted. So frequent wore, his ut
toraneoi of good will towatd tho South
that republican congressmen began to
wonder what It meant. Thy shrewdor
ones divined It to mean aspiration for a
third term, and by that rulo all ot tbo
pres. dent's sub. tquont utterances woro In
terpruttd. In fact tho purposo was 10
plain to prominent d-'i.cratlc congicit.
men that In the bearing of your corres
pondent tbo remark was frequently made,
"Wo will take Grant as our candidate If
the republican don't want him."
soutuxrn leaders tavoisadle
Among thoso Interviewed to-night tho
Uerald's Important announcement re
specting Grant's ambition and tbo path
bo Is willing to tako to lead him tr vic
tory for tbu south groator than any ac
hieved over it dooi uot appear impro
bible. With a proviso that bu will not
sign th civil rights bill, or countotmnco
further federal liisolonca In tbo southern
itte, thoy all say, "w would only bn too
gled to trust him nnolher term. ' Tbo
lontlinont of Senator lirownlnw un this
point Is vividly revived at this timo when
hesuiil: 'Tho penplnof thosbuth, Illiter
ate and Dilucated, know that wlilln Grant
l prosldentthey havo nothing to fjar, and
I doubt not thnt in tho nvont of his rn.
nomination ho would receive tho votes of
the southern pi-oplo by acclamation."
WHAT Til PIPIIILICAN LKADKHS WJU.
Thoro i much inquiry also ns to what
thu leaders of tho republican party will
now do should tho president halt, and
whether wo aro to havo a condition ot af
fairs politically like that which marked
the last yean of J'roslilcnt Jobnson'i ad
ministration. I M l'llOTOMETvi' TtfGAH
The dim and wavering light which
so frequcnty characterizes ga illumina
tion, is, according to n recent paper on
tho subject by 1'rof. Sharpies, suscept
ible of eflectivo remedy, if, in the first
place, tho gas is not allowed to issue
from tbo burner with a prcssuro groator
than from three to iour-teuths of nn
Inch; and this pressure may be secured
by simply attaching a proper kind of
regulator to tbo gas pipo where it issues
from the meter, or, lcs satisfactorily,
by Idling the burner with cotton wool.
Tho prcssuro should be such that tho
gas, when turned on full on the burner,
gives tho proper sized flame. Tho ob
jection to the method of regulating the
size of the flame by the cock nt tlic
burner, is, that such an arrangement is
very apt to produce a disagreeable hiss
ing sound, caused by tho gas pasing
the sharp edge of tho tap.
Iu regard to tho burner itself, Prof.
Sharpies is of tho opinion that it really
makes but little difference what kind is
used, provided it bo largo enough ; a
burner with a largo opcning.from which
the (,'as escapes easily, will.other things
being c(iial, give tho must light that
is, a four feet burner, burning four fool
of gas per hour, under a prcitiru ot
thrce-fourtlijJofnii inch of water, will
give more light than a thrco-fect burn
er burning tho same amount of gas un
der a pressuro of ono inch of water.
THE ASIAN CONqVeST.
Tho rapid advance of Russia into
Central Asia has excited a gonoral
alarm among the European powers.
It certainly bodes no gnod to China,
and the npcctaclc of tho Celestial em
pire ana tne Uttonan Porto, being con
tinually consolidated with the dominion
of Kuisin, is perhaps not w distant ns
many imagine. It would prove a more
mngniliccut spoil than India lias been
to tho English -, with its ancient civili
sation, its wonderful skill nnd compro
hensivoand ingenious industry, united
to the warlike nnd aggressive spirit of
tho Russian, the po'sihilitics of a won
derful future opens before the continent
of Asia. From tho Euphrates to tbo
Rlack fca,;from the Oxus to tho South
urn ocean, the empiro of .Russia would
bo undisputed and indisputable. What
effect would r.noh a dominion have upon
the government and prestige of tho na
Hut nuestioiis of governmental poli
cy aro not regarded iu tho march of
civilization. The coudition of the
world would be all tbo better for the
conquest In tune tho Mobamedan
and tho infidel must L'ivo way to tho
supremacy of a moro cnlightcnod civi
lization tho crescent and tho idol
must alike bow beforo tho cross.
W hcther Russia is to bu ued as an
instrument iu tho accomplishment ol
these pnrposcs remains to be seen. Hut
it is not improbable. Tho Moscovito
would simply conquer as tho JCnglisb
havo done for good; tho substitution
of the gospel for Pagan mysteries, and
to introduco to tho coinmorco of tho
world tho rich and teeming industries
of the orient.
For such purposes as these, wo miirht
find an excuse for even tbo ambitiou of
tho llomanoff successors to the czars of
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Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, IVbc Colors, Dyo
Stuffs, Etc., Etc., Ete. 3
i.,'.c.?olir,l!t "".eM'onileiice ami order- from nniiwl't. l'by.lcuni .nil (lintrsl Stor.s
!?b:,rrie,m'5eod,,b,ie!.'i,iiu l',My ilv,SMm eMM tun-
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, RETAIL & PREiCUimON.
71 Ohio J.evoc. Wimlilngtun Ave. cor. Eighth 8t.
AT WILCOX'S III.OCIC I'Olt il.10
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTOUN'EV k COUNSELOR AT LAW
Ofliicc Ou r I'int :.a!lon:il I!miU. ."-l.Vdin
John II. Jluliii:r.
W imaiii i . .MiilWi j-
MULKEY &. SON,
TT0RXRYS AT LAW'!
CA.T3d' ILLS. (
'Ji-i :. l'..u t: i lr. A, betwem I'diimur- !
.. ! . . . a .
iliiiuiiO Vut..iitiu avenues.
GREr.fi & GILBERT,
1 t.M i
, u. 1 AT LAW,
pii.;;;' , ..
(tt t ii l. 1r.t!nn ixIvmiIa Aitinlriltt
Hml Stc.iio' out lu-ite". , .
Olllce: Ohio Lcwe, Hooinn T andH me
City National Hunk.
FINE MILLINER "i ( (.i
KltK.H Hl'ltl.Nt! (iOOl)P.
M K 8 . M . J A (J K S O N.
(Konuerly Mrs. Sivsndci .;
innouncen that ale ban ju.l aptiinl u lain i
Uiwrtinent ol tba
and hahdsom .
MUUnery Oeailii to ho 'miii meuiaiK
She will keep ou bunii
Hath, Uoknjcth, Klowkii . lt!iiiio.,
Drkbh TimniiNciH oy Au. 1Ciuh,
Lxvim KuumsiiiNO Uoohh, Iioiiun
CoLWits, UNDKiisi.xiiTK.'', llvvrn,
Anil )l iroodH.fninil In mllllnniT if.rp.
ol which will bo illnjioiod ol rl the lowi
cash "rices, bin. Jnckaou roHpoi ltl.l.
aski a continuation or the pataonHgo u i.'ci
bus been eo llhtrally benteowcd upon bcr i
the ladlee of Cairn and the vicinity.
And Dealer In
Fit HSU MEATS,
Kuiirrii .Stiikst. iikt. Wasiiiniiton ash
Co.M.ii)KCiAl.,Avic,Hioinini; Ilitnuy a.
lu i j.a t lit) c-t il' HitI, I'oik, Million von),
Lamb, Suui-uh'f, IU'., end U prepared to
eric fumillus in u nccentablu manner.
A max Iniiiuiini,' to do iiiumcM mint nrj-t
pruparu bliii'cll to meet thu rciiilrviiiuuts
of bin aiittniiieri i next hn smut let cwry
poslhlii or jiiobitble cuHtoinerknnw that be
Ik fii prrparcd. In a very hinall placii he
limy TKI.I. all thopi'oplu what I in ran do. In
nlarire village u printed handbill, potter or
rlrcular, properly ilislrlbiiled, will lie elllca-
clous, bill W'llOKVK" IM IN A I'l.ACK I.AIKIK
K.NOUOIITO hUJTOllT A M'.WHl'AI'KK WII.T,
UNI) THAT IT IU TIIK I'lIKAI'lIST MKDIUJl
TUHOTCII WHICH TO ADDKKSS HIE l'L'IILIC,
T. J. KERTH,
-m. c-or to
" BEER WART. ORTH &. CO.,
.ManiilsLturer and .Ii bber of
i'i'N, HIIKKT IKON knd COPPEK.
1 l'iiini, llir.l ;. i reain Krrczrr
, fltfr i m.i. r, Wlr.- Cloth for Wld
i ilnw mt. tn,.liiii(ini. Ware,
j tijn ROOFIN
MADE A SPECIALITY;
ARont lor Hie
Garry Iron Roofing Co.,
The bet Iron Hoofing; in the Slarktt.
Onleri from Abroad will Itccelre Pronijit
' All vtoik diiuo with Dirpatch and Wmran
I led to bIio Satisfaction.
I'd the Killtor l 'I'll It lll'I.I.KTIN:
INl I.K.MKK PlllKNI) : Voil Will plca0 ID-
torm your readcrn that I have a poilthe
cuiti: i on consumption
and all ili-nrdcrs ul tho Throat and Luntfs,
mid that, by IU iim-In my practlre, I ba
jiii nl liiinifri'da ufrutm, ami will jjlle
or :i rase It will suit benefit. Indeed, ao
truiiKltjii faith. I v Mind a Sami'I.k,
ritKE, to i.i.7 suik'rcradilrrj'dns me.
Pleato Mioiy tills letiur to any ono you mar
uunVrWljiiiiuiiriirliiL' from theau illst,
ind ohlljfe, 1'althfnlly Your,
DR. T. F. BURT,
no U'llllmii Nt. Ifcw York
EoW. Wood & Oo
rniininiiiH, Yiihi's, Anlninli. Iron Stain.
Lump Post, Stnblo Fitting J,
3AST, vhought:& wire railings
NEW and IMHOVEP1) CHAIltforiheatrti,
Concert and Lecture IJallf.
And a fionurnl Assortment of Onu
mental Iron Work.
Estlmatoe and designs lentsn tppllcat
itatloi; tbo cluan of work deilred.
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