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FRIDAY, AUQD8T It, 1874.
uaetat ol tka City u Ceaat
(UONH. OBKHLY. Editor and rnblUbBr
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TO THE DEMOCRATS. LIB
ERALS 1ND ALL OTHER
OPPONENTS OF THE
REPUBLICAN PARTY !
Tho Dtmocrttio Central Committee
of Alexander county, in purtuanco of
power retted la It, hereby gives notico
Of tho Democrats, Liberals and all
othtr opponents of tho Republican
party, will bo held in the Court House
atcaiko,batukdat,acoust22, 1 8
AT 2 O'CLOCK F. M.
for the purpose of appointing five
delogatca to represent them in tho
State convention to bo held at Spring
field, August 2G, 187-1 ; nine delegates
to represent them in the Eighteenth
congressional district convention to be
held at Anna, September 3, 1874 ; and
delegates to represent them in the
Fiftieth senatorial district convention,
to be held at Anna, September S, 1S74 ;
and for the transaction of other busi
John Howlev, Chairman.
""' August 14, 1874.
To the Dcinoo.cv Liber
als and all ottaW-KIX-nents
of tho RepuMi"
The Democratic State Central
mitttu, in pursuance of power vested in
it by the Democratic Srato Convention
of 1072, hereby- gives notice that a
State convention will bo held at
Brauiansu), on "Wxdkmdat, tiii 1!6tu
dat or Avjoobt, 1874, at 12 M.
All voters of the State who dairc to
remote the-following purposes, art in
vited to join in tending delegate! to thit
lit. The rettoratum of gold and ill.
ver at the basis of the currency of the
country the tpeedy resumption of ipe
cie payment and the payment oj all
national indebtedness in the money rec
ognized ly the civilized world.
2d. ite commerce.
3d. Individual liberty, and opposi
tion to sumptuary laxes.
Ath. Rigid restriction of the govern-
menu, 'both state and national, to the
legitimate domain of political power,
ly excluding therefrom all executive and
legitlative intermeddling with the a.
fain of tociely wherely monopoliet are
fostered, privileged clattes aggrandized,
and individual freedom unnecettarilg
and oppressively restrained.
5th. The right and duty oj the state
to protect Us citizentjrom extortion and
vnju.it tlucrirmnatiort by chartered mo
nopolies. The committee, believing the opposi
tion to Republican misrule can Kurmo-
niously unite upon the foregoing princl
pies, earnestly solicit tlte free co-opera
tion of all men, regardless of past po
litical affiliation; in an carnal effort to
place tlie State and Kational govern
ments in (lie luxnds'of men who arc act
voted by the principles above enunci-
Each county tot'iJ be entithd to tend
one delegate for every five, hundred votes,
and on delegate for every fraction of
two hundred and fifty vote and ovir,
wast in taid county for all (he presiden
tial candidate at the presidential elec
tion of 1872.
0. lUM'ConMicK. Chui'ii.
!... i 0. II. McCormlck,
At Urg0't James 0. llobinson.
I lpt'Diftrict-Goo. 8. Kimberly,
2d Dutriot A. 0. Btory.
3d Distriot Theodore Bhintz.
4tk District Jas. 8. Ticknor.
6tuDistiot W. 0. Wright.
7th Diitriot Jan. Q. Elwood.
8th Distriot W. K. Cook.
9th District Wm. T. Dowdall.
10th District Thos. U. Cabeen.
ljllli District A. A. Glenn,
ll'th District K. Jj.Xlorfilt.
Mth District .7. It. Cunningham. .
7th District 3r 1). 'Wilcox.
18th District Wm.lt. Green.
lUlh District Chas. Carioll.
Democratic State Central Commit
Th6 undersigned citizen?, being in
full harmony with tho principloa enun
ciated in tli'o ubovd call, 'nnd desirous
of eumlinliijfiill UdcM of tlifa SI a to
Who with theso principles in an
oppoiitiou party strong enough to put
an end to the misrule of tho TOpuh
lican party, heartily join in the above
A. O. Uung, . 0. Caulflold,
Herman lUiter, UermairLleb,
John if; I'aluior,' J. Jt. Doolittlo, jr.
Edward llummol, Thomas, lloync,
Jco A. McClornand, Andre Maltcaon,
John II. Oborly, M. 11. Hatley,
Daniel Cnmoron, .1.11 .io'amon,
Clint. II. Lanphior, Hlclmrd Ulcliacllt,
A Orendotir, (J. W. Dotallng.
rllTIKTU SICNATOItfAL DISTJ1ICT.
f. Ittmncntlo Conrntion, for I ho 1'iir
iXHc of nominating tiro rnndlil.itr' to rer-
roent laid District in HioHnte legislature
will be held at
aSka, o.v Tiiuiisiuy, tiii: nitr day of
SEl'TEMIlKIt, 1S73, AT 3 O'CLOCK, 1'. M.
ffbe ratio of rcnrescntatlon will bo one
dileits for each 100 vote", nnd one for each
fractional SO votes cast for Urccley A llrown
In 1S72. Tlic counties Mill be t'ntltlcd to
tho following rcrrt'cntatlon :
Couutics Vote lo '72. Delegates,
exnmli-r. l.oio. 10
.lickwn, l.Fito. K
union, I.7.W. IT
frhp Central Commiltco In tacli of tho
above counties uru re.-ncctfullv rciiiii'ttrd 13
cill county convention?, and appoint dele
gates to represent thrlr counties In tnld
convention, lly order of committee.
T. r. Houton, Chairman.
ItSTUcwfrapfr througliout Wvs District
irtll plcaie pubUtli the above call.
i Cosve.ntion to-morrow.
Oo out to tho convention to-morrow.
The war of races is about to com
mence in South Carolina.
Hemkjiiieb the convention to-mor
row, in tho court house, at 2 o'clock.
, Don't J-'oiioet the convention to
morrow. Court houso. Two o'clock.
1 A. C. IIesino's eon, Washington,
is a candidato for congress in Chi.
csgo. Tho provoking Times calls him
Tootsy-poot9y" and "Onty-donty."
Tiik Opposition people of Cairo and
tho county outside of tho city should
now rurgct mat an Opposition conven
tion, to appoint delegates to the State
c6nvention to bo held on tho 2Gth inst.,
and to tho congressional and tho con
ventions will bo hold in the court house
to-morrow at 2 o'clock.
IlEECiiirt'u friends threaten to pros
ecute Moulton for robbing the govern
ment, if ho tells on Henry ; and Moul
ton is acting like a man who is afraid
a proaecutiou of tho kind threatened
would bo. disgraceful to him. It u ju6t
possible Beeohcr may get a verdict of
"not proveu." Ho will, if Moulton is
a thief ; and Moulton may bo a thief.
IJrooklyn men aro "mighty unsartin."'
Tub llev. Mr. Garrett has concluded
his little Cisays on Hope, Charity,
Faith, Love, and so forth. His con-
eluding etsay is on I.ove, in which ho
prays for tho Methodist church, Davis,
UarroH and Oberly. We are of the
opinion that Davis and natrell need
praying for, but we believe tho Metho
dist church and Oberly can pray for
themsolves. We bid Garrett an affec
tionate farewell. He is a cood fellow
if he is a preacher, and wo don't look
down upon him because he h not
To be candid, we do not believe the
chances of sucess in this district this
fall are very great. Indeed, tho out
look is auythiuK but briirht. The
triuiuph.of ,Mr. ClouiuuU bccms to be
almost inevitable, llo can onlv tin
defeated by such a campaign as was
never before kuowu in Southern 111-
inois canvass altogether vigorous,
untiring and faultless iu its details
The Radical candidate, who is far
more vulnerable thau most pcoplo be
lievo, must bo held up beforo tho peo-
pie on his record and that of his party.
To secure uuity in the Opposition is
tho first point, and this it seems to us
oan he dono in no othor way than by a
nomination at Anna that will bo satis
factory to Democrat, Liberals and In
dependent Reformers. To get audi a
candidato is tho rub. lu our mind's
eye wo do not see him.
A rr.w days ago wo Jiad a conversa
tion with u very protuinont Domocrntio
politician of Southern Illinois. Jlu
docs not jpndoreo tho Call Platform,.
He informed us, that, although ho ta
vorcd tho resumption of ppecio pay
ment "at the proper time," ho would
insist upon paying tho U.S. bonds in
grcenbackB. Wo havo no means of
knowing tho opinions of tho peoplo on
this subject, ho kindly informed us ;
and then as kindly volunteered to toll
ua that tho people very generally
agreed with him.
This is tho position ol Old Dick
Richardson, and theso men intend to
tako po'ession of tho convonlionH of
tho 20th inst. and mako n plntform
suit themselves a platform of tho
Indiana kind. They aro getting ready
to do it. Woll, let tnein , and then we
will sco what wo will fee.
Tltr. Farmers, not withstanding (ho
action of tho State convention, aro not
all insntio upon the subject of paper
m 'ncy. Among tho leaders of tho
Farmers thoio is none moro able thifti
limn, -Ye. t'. Flagg, president of the
Fiifmcrs' Stato Club. Uo is an anti-
paper money man, and has many fol
lowers among tho agricultural pcoplo
of the Stato. Tie Farmers' Club of
Highland, Madison county, Illinois,
wc learn from the State Register,
lately font to Mr. Flagg an opou letter.
The olub, waiving all discussion as to
tho wisdom of tho manner in which
our national dobt was contracted, in
sists that the debt is there, and tho na
tion, no more than an individual, can
rcfueo to pctform its businois ohliga-
tiont, unless it contemplates fraud or
is nbout lo plead insolvency. Tho do
prcs?ion of business is ascribed to the
uncajluo.'s caused by a shifting sand
foundation, which makes tho western
man no less than tho eastern man dubi
ous as to his position. The letter con
cludes thus :
"As western firoiori wo emphatically
declare that wo will voto for no man to
ropreitnt ui in cangrosi who ihnll not
poillivoly pledge hlmralf to uo all hit In
fluonco and hit voti to bring our na
tional nnancci bicK to specie paymtnii
m soon at practicable."
It has been suggested that the
Aunn congressional district convention,
on tho 3d of September, should ad
journ without making any nomination.
This policy is ndocatcd by a numbor
of Democrats who aro loud-mouthed in
advocacy of the Democratic party, aud
often swear long and loudly that its or
ganization must bo maintained at every
hazard. These gcntlomen have, until
tho present time, had matters pretty
much their own way in tho Dcmooratio
party of Southern Illinois; havo taken
all tho nominations for tho offices that
were worth having, and with great re
gularity havo led tho party to defeat.
Theso gentlemen havo couoludcd that
they would havo no chanco of eucccss
even if they should be nominated, and
aro thcrcforo opposed to tho polioy of
nominating anybody. Wo do not agrco
with these gentlemen. Wo believe tho
Anna convention Bhould nominate a
candidate. It is possiblo it is even
nrnbable that he will bo defeated ;
but what of that? In tho fight the Op
position will become cansolidated, and
the chances of victory in this district
two years hence, when victory will be
of somo moment, will be thus rendered
greater than they will be if wo tight a
in guerrilla stylo in this canvass. Let
us keep the forces well in band, even
if the battle is a despcrato one. Wo
can surely fiud a candidato willing to
tako the chances to sacrifice himself
for the good of the party in short, to
be defeated if defeat must come, and
thus render success probable if not
cortalu in the fall of 1870.
THi: SHPTKMBKR MAGAZINES.
Lh'PINcott'h for September comes
to us lookiug bcatuiful as ever, and as to
the cbaraoter of its contents, fully main
taining the high position this magazine
has won for itself among the few first
class American periodicals. "Tho New
Hyperion"' by Kdward Strahan, illus
tratcd by Dore, persists in being tiuaint,
original, and enjoyable as usual. Tho
second paper, "A Visitto the Dolo.
mites, "is fresh and eprightly,with some
charming and well executed illustra
tions. The second installmont of Mr
ni&ok's "Three Feathers" contains
tome extremely pleasant reading, intro
duces us to a few very interesting char-
aclerf, whojo portraits aro fo vividly
and quickly drawn' that they cizo nnd
hold the reader's utmost atlontion.
,'Gliinpees of Genoa," by It. Davey, is
rcally a very admirable paper, contain
ing numerous valuable facts and sug
gestions set down ip tho author's bril
liant and lucid style. Tho present in
stallment of "Malcolm," by Georgo
MaoDonald, is very amusing, with some
odd aud almost tragic scenes, such as
the Scotch alono would think of acting
or describing. "Rccollcotions of Mas
imo D'Azcglio, " by T. Adclphus
Trollopo, is n thoroughly interesting
paper, well written, and containing
much information on Italian eubjoots
not goncrally handled by popular wri
ters of travel. "A Troublosomo Lo
gacy," is a curious description of a very
IttdicrouSjSontimental ndvonturc. Tho
Hearer of Despatches in London," aud
i'A Tour of Thrco Stops," aro pleasant
readiug, Tho poetry of tho numbor is
remarkably good. Tho JlonthlyGo a
sip is bright and familiar, but by no
means commonplace, and tho littcraxy
criticism fair aud discriminating.
St'itniNEii's for Septombor contains
an uuusual number of istorics. Tho
most striking of nil is Jlret Harte's
amusing Hketoh of "Wan Lee, tho Fa
gau." Thon thero aro stories, con
tinued or oomplelo, by Jules Vcrno,
Miss Tr'afton, James T. McKay, Cou-
etanco l'oniraoro Woolson,. mmo
l'rcscolt Spofford, and Miss Hopkins,
author of "Miss Marigold's Thanksgiv
ing" Mrs. Davis describes "The Pop-
... .. i,, I ' "iuuur ui ui'iuocrniiu iapor in una
pcr-Pot Woman," Mr. liurrougns, district amoiiBotliBritlin Jonesboro 0z
writcs cliarmhicly about "Mellow Eng. otto and Mound City Journal fiercely
nnnotinen lliin nftlnn unit t.f.1i. ...... ......
land," Mr. Crosby brightly about Gas-1
trie Literature,' and M. S. aya
tomething about umbrellas. Mr.King's
"Great South" paper doals with Alaba
ma and Mistissippi. Mr. Locher re
latcs a striking Hastoin incident, "A
Malay Sailor Running a Muck," nnd
Mr. Richaidson tells about the new
Normal College in Now
poetry is by IJcnjamln F. Taylorthand
somely illustrated), Nora Ferry, Sam
uel W.DufJ.old and J. V.C
Dr. Holland's Topics arc "Literary
Stylo," "Tho Average Frajcr-Mecting,'
aud "American Incivility." Tlio Old
Cabinet has to do with "Knight Krrant
ry," and "Story Making." Social
custom, literature, science, anecdotes
and fun are represented in tho other
WEATHER. AND CROPS IN
Political Matters in the
Eighteenth, and Nine
Correspondence of the Chisago Trlbuue.
Cairo, 111., Aug. 16, 1874.
On a morning so beautiful as thit, 1 am
Tf-UITED TO li.LE
of the bright sunshine, tie invigorating
breeze, tho beautiful Uhb, frlngud with
tho dark green forest on tho "Old Ken
tucky tihore" tho pUdd rlvur doited
horo and thero with a paauro-bokt, the
music of tho dipping oart mingling with
that of the cnurch-btllt culling the
cheery-voiced anl ruddj fhceked children
to the baboain acnooij to uwou on me
momories of other yart, and hold con-
verso with tho geulus Dl nmory, wno,
within a few vears. has tilled many u
pae with evonts that have tnado this city
and its surroundings motiorablo to thou
sands wno read your ournal. I am
tempted to walk ovor tLo oia camping
grouni of many a bravo soul whoso bones
bloaoh on tho bolghtsof Oonolson, In
tho toresl of tihlloh around
tho still-vlsiblo circumvalatlons of
Vlcktburgh and Tort Iiudton,
and under tho soft, green awird of liol
mont; to stand within tho brotm walls of
Fort Doflsnce. nnd.. looking tcrota to tho
Missouri shore, listen forthot:reamingof
tho shells, that aometlmea nado mglil
hidDus to the pickets wboguirded Iiird't
Point, and wfaioh woro ausvered by tho
tullen roar from the mouths it morlara at
Port Holt, on the lCeotuck v lido. JluV 1 to
call the fact thtt lllrd't l'oitt has crumb
led into the waters or the Mississippi,
ad Kon aweeplDK un ia tb e; tliaV
Fort Holt is the seat of a railroad term
inus ; that Defiance is monopolized by the
peaceful pursuit of civil1-'100 ; that tho
old camping-ground is covered with
works of agas company; mid that even
the hospital, whero many a bravo fallow
breathed hit last, it now occupied by a
Democratic newspaper-establishment; and
1 realise tlat when wo work for tho pre
sent and future, and not for the past, and
that the demands of the public cannot ho
utiifled with tbo intangiblu things that
Oil up thsmltty pait. but that tho public
heart is huugry for news.
VEATUXR AND CROI'S.
The weather, during four days of tbo
patl week haa been unexampled in this
latitude fcr hotnes:, and has effectually
dried up tie shower of rain wbioh fell a
Crops aro suffering. I'.opartt are a little
better from jotce toctiont, but in others
matters are growing worm every dav. The
nnwt from many places In lbs Mississippi
Vitlley iadlioouraglng, and wur merchants
rtallze tbtt the demand lor tuppllca bo
low will bo much shortened tbo coming
are aiiuuilug form and thape in tho Kigh
teenth Dittrict. It may bo said tbat tbo
canvass for Congrets fairly opened at
Mound City on Tnursday last, when tho
lion, Isaac Clements, the present member,
was renominated by the Republican Con
vention, And, although the Convention
may be said to bavo been harmonious, all
was not harmony. True, every county in
tructed for Clements, but, underlying all
mit, mere ara
BTJil-TOlI! OV TkOCULI
in the republican camp. First, thoro aro
tui low wnito republicans In Jtrynl who
indorse the civil rights bill ; and, In my
humblo opinion, no man can be elected
to Congress who lustalas and advocates it
on ibe alutnp. 'Xlie opposition will press
Mr, Clements on tbli iU6tllon in all its
length and breadth: and, unless he ''takoa
water" on a part of It at least, he will Und
hla taik iv dllilcult one. Hecond, hia voto
on the currency bill ho will Und vory
much in hh wav; and, although both
parties aro divided cn this question, it ia
quite likely that the oppoaition candidate,
whoever that may bo, will support the
president! veto, whether ll would he
democrat or not. In tho third plteo,
tho post-office in this city will be used as
an element of discontent against Mr.
OlemonW. Four yeara ago Col. O. W.
McKealg, tho present pottmastor, wsh np.
polnlod iu vacation. Ilia time expired in
July, llo was an applicant for reappoint
ment. Other republicans In this city
atked tbo appointment, but McKeaig has
generally given satisfaction to
air, but ethera aro clamoring for a divis
ion of tho spoils. Tho oillols tho btt in
the dittrict, and Influences brought to bear
and the dltcnntent manifottcd, havo ap
parently lurced Mr, Clomonts to poatpouo
any" appointment until congreta mee'.a,
whon the election will be over. Bomo
good republicans doubt the good policy in
this atop, while nthors Indorse it, In tho
meantime, tbo democracy will loto no op
portunity during tho canvais in tan.
nlng this flame. It must bo admittod
however, that Mr. Clements' pros
pectt are quito brilliant. His general
courfo in congress, especially on
tbo Transportation question, as woll as
his Buocessful effort to seouro an approprl
ation lor tho improvement of navigation
in tbo Ohio rlvor, will add much to hit
strength with tho producer. There ia, of
course, tho usual local growling about
Keprcsentaltvei in tho Logialaturo ; but
the present law prevents any contett ex
copt In the convention. Theonly county
In which trouhlo has been shown from
this source is ,lankson, where a member
witbdrow from tho convention on account
of alleged Irregularltlca mid iurormalitlot.
'While this It a fair reprcientatiuu of the
AIL 111 NOT LOVKXT
In tho dtmocratic camp. In thu first plc
tho "Call" ef MoCorinlck, and the K&th
orlng of tho otnnsmon and thulr action In
UhicaKo. aro fsr from bolnir aatlsfuctorr.
A nutiibor of democratic papora In litis
heartily tho action of tho straight demo-
cracy, ana respond with gladness to tho
(pocobes of Blngloton and Klehardeon, of
vuuicy. xnerc is no sucn n llilug a glv
lnS' up tho old party ; tho old-liners stand
by Ibolr color', und propo.o to lloicoly
contoit th( control of tus party Willi tho
Storey or.d Morrltt faction. They uro n
unit against tho Ulvll Klghli bill, but
moro divided on tho curruncy than tho
ropubllcanr. They hovu uallnd n Con
gressional Convention to meet nt Anna on
the 3d of September; true, there Is noth
ing certain as yet in rtgaril to the uom
nsilor., Tho only tnon now talked of
for Congrats aro Obarly, or Alexander,
and Wasburn, of Williamson, Wnthurn
has fowor sins to answer for, but prnmlics
nonoof the working nbtllty that Oberly
docs. Uberly't record In tlin General
Assembly would datnnga Mm vory
much, especially his voto in favor
cf tnlzod Softool. In a contest
with (Imcnt he would bo ettopprd from
fighting tho civil rights Mil, on this bo.
count. Again, Oberly'a connection with
tho Cairo A; i Louia Kailroad, and bis
mixing up with railroad unttors genar
allj, would damagn him terribly wilh tho
farmers. Ho hai, furthermorx, succeeded
In makincr eomoof tho strongest men In
Ibo Dtmucrallo parly hla pnraonnl oppo
noma, who, whllo Ihoy mlcnt not work
against, would do nothing for him In the
raco. 'Waibhiirn lias u fair record, hla
enemies could not nis.ko much oul of thai,
but tho heavy weights in hia party look
upon him as pressing himself lorward.
Hotwcon tho two, howovor, I am inclined
to think that Ohnrly, with all his faults,
would mako tho bast fight.
IN THE m.NKTRKNTH DISTRICT,
tho democracy nr In a fearful sweat.
Oon, W. 11. Anderson was nominated for
congres at Carml, by tho Grangers, on
Wednesday last; and Tom Marshall and
Dick Townshond, his pet, aro vary much
put out. That tharo is troublo thero Is no
utu In denylug. If Tonnshend, or any
other man, as democratic candidate, tho
republican candidato will bo elected bo
vend n doubt. It is thought that tha nnly
nopo now it for tho domncrata to awallow
Andorton, and pocket tho rebuff mron
ium jimrmsii, ito oia war-noris
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
It. W. .MILI.KIt, Fre.hlont,
J. it. J'HII.LII'ri. Vlco I'rcMdent,
CHAM. CUNNIMillAM, Cashier.
COLLKCTIOKa i'HOMl'TLV MADE
KXCHANC.i:,coiu, bank notes I id United
Stntcs reciirilk'9 bought mid old.
Inlorrst :illoiv(d on tlmo dcposlln.
THE CITY NATIONAL
V. I'. 1IAI.I.IDAY. I'rcldeiit;
JIKMtY 1,. UALI.1DA V, Vice l'rckldtst.
A. II. SAFFOltD, Cahlcr;
WAI.TKR H VsLOl', A-Mant Caahlvr.
STAATS TAYLOlt, It. II. (.'U.V.N IN (111 AM
11. I.. IIAI.LIDAV, Y. V. JlAI.l.IKAV.
(5. 1). Williamson, Stkpiikn Hiup,
A. 11, SAKfOUl).
LxcIiuiikp, (Join nnd Uiilled . Stittt'S
II I , II -1.4 I - I.I
juiiu jiuuiii una doiii.
DKI'OSI'J'.S rucciveil'aud a general banking
KNTKIIPIIISK .SAVINGS HANK
CHAItTLItUI) MAHCII ill, 1SU!).
CITY NATIONAL 11 AN K, OAIUO.
A. II. SAKKOIU). I'rcMdent ;
H. B.TAYI.OK, Vlco-l'roidont;
II. UYSLUr, fcecretary and Treasurer.
1. M. IIAIICI.AV, (,'IIAS. (iALiailKU,
i M. STOCKVLKTH, J'AUL (. SCHUII.
It. JI. CU.N.NINHIUM, H. L. llAI.I.IIUV,
.). M. I'llILLIl'.l.
INTi:iUiT paid on deposit at tho rate
of biv per cent. pT annum, March let and
September lrt. Interest not withdrawn ia
mldeil Immediately to the principal of tho
deposit, thereby jjlvlnt,' them compound
MAHHIKI) WOMJSN AND CIlILDIlKlf MAY
UKI'OHIT MUNKV AND NO UNK KLK
CAM DRAW IT.
Open every bnalncs day. from f) a. in. lo 3
p. in,, and Sutu.day evening tor tavings dc-po-lu
only, lrom ( toH o'clock.
W. HYSLOr. Treaiurer.
B. F. PARKER,
(SucccBsor to J'arker k Illnko,)
PAINTS & OILS
And tho celebrated lllumlimtlntf
Ilrota' liulldlnic, Hth Bt.ifc Oomorcial Av
Jobbers and Retailers or
PURE DRUG S,
ChemicaLs, Pntenl McdicincH, Pcrfiunpry, Soaps, Brushes,
Toilett Articles, Druggist's Paucy Goods, Collier White
Lead and Other Grades, Paints, 'Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower '.Material, Trbo Colors, Dyo
Stiills, Ete., Etc., Ete.
i'.?olJ,,Mt correspondence and order from )nmUr, 1'brt.lclan and General Storea
n want of ( pod In our Una. .Steamboat, i'lanutlon and Family Medicine caaca lurn
iahed or Iteillled with Itellablo Dnigi at Hoiiiouablo il.itca-
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION.
71 Ohio Levee Wimlilngtoti Avr. cor. KlgJith St.
C AI O .
SilA i ;l,l,A.Mll S
R. SMYTH &. CO..
No. liO Ohio Levco,
Boot & Sko
iictwcce Tenth and Ktevcutli Strcel,
1 prepared to (III order wiibout delay.
He bus a nno atoelc of Imj crttd leather on
lutnd.JUht received from tpr.ih, and hat
put down tlici.rlccn t tyo nwcL notch.
F. M. STOCKFLETH.
ItcclllliT mid Wlinlconlo Dealer In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LIQUOllS ANJ) WINES.
NO 111, OHIO LKVKL",
HEAL KflTAI AtJKDOlr.
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
And Land Agent of the Illinois Central nnd
lltirllngton and Ilnxouri It. It. Co.
North (Jor. Sixth nnd Ohio Levee,
C. WINSTON & CO,
Real Estate Agents,
74 Ohio Lkvkk, (Second Floor,)
Uuy and Sell ItKAL USTATL", I'ay TAXKS
l-'iirnlirlies Alistrct of Title.
A DAY CUARAHTPPn
"'"V.". WELL AUCER AND
rtsTiuoNiAij) moii uovrai.vona
PUNT IP OIL
A man Inti iidlii to do biiKlness must
llrht prcpnre luiiiheir to meet the re
quirements oClils cmtnmcrH; next he
mitHt let every possiblo or probable
customer Lnoiv tbnt lie In ho prepared.
Iu n very small plnre he may TELL all
the peoplo vv lint lie can do. Inniaru
lll;i','o u printed liandhlll, poster or
circular, properly dLstrlliutcd, will bo
enieneiono, but WHOEVKK IS IN A
I'LACi: laikji: I'.NOUUH TO SUP
i iitirr t vi'uxim irif vvii.i. i-ivn
W 4. tiaiMllt 4 lilt 14111 SHMW
THAT IT IS TIIK OHKAPKST MKDIUM
THKOIHJH WHICH TO ADDKESSTUK
l.tU , . ( ill. i
EoM. Wood & Oo
1130 KIDQJ3 AVUNUH
PI Ll L A DEL AIII A, PENN.,
i'ountiiliiH, Viuos, AnluiulH. Iron Hlalrn,
LiiiupIl'oNlN, Sluhlo FlttluRJ,
Wn o Works.
JAST, WH0UGHT& WIRE RAILINGS
Conceit and Lecture II alia.
And a Geuoral Aeeortmont of Orna
mental Iron Work.
Kitin aio and deilRi i iinttnappH ca
ItitlrK the claa ot Vfcrk deiiied.