TOBSDAY, AUQUST 35, 1ST.
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fifcju orhrmt UAiLi iiumttiC.'
fenVW tinier V.
h Otse Jr by earner, lnaavaikc,y,,.. o uu
- 0 T""b7 carrier If not paid fa
advance I. '00
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iBTariablj la advance,
FIFTIETH SENATORIAL DISTItJOT.
A DtiuoeraUe Convention, for tho jut
Vote of nominating two candldatei.to .rejt
rtttttX laid Dlittlct In the itMe fctrJMatnri'
will be held at
AXXA, ON TlIL'nSDAY, TUB .'MD DY or
. SKPTXMnXR,.1873, AT 3 O'CLOCK,, I'. f.
The ratio of representation will 'be one
delegate for aeh 100 votei, and one for each
fractional f0 votoa cut for tireejey v Hrown
in 187. The count! 'will f eautiea to
the following reprtieautloa t
Oouulte: ' Vote In '72. Delegate.
Alexander, 1,040. HI
Union, '. V
The Central Committee! In each of the
above eountlei ra retincctfuUy reituttcd to
call county conventions, and appoint dele
gatea to reprcieut their counties lit laid
convention. By order of committee) J
T. V. Boitcon, Chai pnan. f
QN'cwipapcre throughout the (DlitrIc
Will please publish the above call.
To the DomocrncyUbcr
als and all other Oppo
nents of the Tlepuhli
Tbc Dcmocratio Btato Central Com;
raitue, in pursuance of power vested in
it by tbe Democratic State Convention
of 1672, bcrcby gives notice that a
Stato convention will bo bold at ,
SmxancLS, on Vxvhxsdxt, tux 20tii
d.t or AtjocsT, 1874, at 12 M.
All voters of the State who dttire to
romote the following purjioiet, are in
vited to join in tending deltgtitct to thit
lit. The reiteration of gold nnd sil
vrr (ii tlx. hatit of the currency of the
country ; 7ie ipcjfdy muuijiltun of tpe
cie pagmetUt and the payment oj all
national indtltednw in the money rtc
ognited by the civilized Korld.
2d. Tree commerce.
3d. Individual lilicrty, ami opposi
tion to iiimptuary hues.
4th. Rigid restriction of the govern
nienfo, lio(h ttate nnd national, to the
legitimate domain of political poicer,
ly excluding therefrom all artcutivo ami.,
legislative intermeddling with the af
fairs of society wherely monopolies art
fostered, privileged clattcs aggrandized
and individual freedom unne'ccfsarilg
and oppretsiwly restrained. ,
bth. The right und duty oj the state
to protect its citizens from extortion and
unjust discrimination by chartered mo
nopohes. The committee, believing the tipposii
tion Jo ilepnblicun initrute fan Tutrmo
nioutly unite uj)ou tl. foregoing princi
pies, earnestly solicit the free co-bpera-
tion of all men, regardless of 2ast po-
lUical afdiation; in an earnest effort to
place the State and National govern
Trttn'j tn the hands' of men w-7i arc act
uated ly the principlu ulme aiuuci
uttd. i t
Etch county will he entitled to send
one vrlegate for every five hundred votes,
and delegate for every' "fraction of
two huntred and fifty votes and over,
cast in sa"d county for all the 2nnidtn
tial eandi&Uts at the presidential elec
tion of 1872.
O. II.M'CoitMicK, Chni'n.
At Largo, j JaInog c lioh-msQ j
1 1st Dittrict Qoo. S. Kimbcrly
2d Diitrict-A. C. Story.
3d Distriot Tboodore Sbintz.
4th District Jas. S.'TJcfcnor.
Ctb DistrlctW. O.'WHgbt.
7tb Ditrict ,lai. O. Klwood. j
, ;tHU District Wm. T. Dowdall
10th Diatrict-ThoF.-B. Qatyba!
lltb District A. A. Glenn.
12tb District-E. L. Alemlt'.'
14th District J. It. Cunningham.
17th Djatript S. BYiloox. '
18th DIstrict-iWra. n. OVeco?
19th Diitric Chaa. Carroll.
Democratic: Btato Central Commit-
i I Tke.uodcrsignod. citiic? clng'.iu
.0 It . . '
:r- 1 'fall harinonr with thn rtn;nl..n.,
C ftUtidn tht abovo call, and desirous
of cumbininu all voters of iha Waft
e'Twllk,'t-tipiinciplcs Iff kV
opposition party strong enough to put
nn end io tlio nristdfo
licju iiarlrMtiJlHU'Cjrtinnii. Aha. nboyo
tm vai w trei . r
Ldward Kumracl; Theaiajyloyne.t
JnO A. McClornnnJ, Audio Matteson,
John II. Oborly, M. 15. Bailey,
jSArilol Cameron, ). H. Johnson,
Uhat 11. Lanphlor, Ktehnrd Michaelis,
Orondortfo.... 0- W Hotallng.
11 AS "Mr. Andrew lijico descried ,tLc
eaujo of Clctucntaandi Inscore '! Tn
the'7a9t number otflils (bscrvor lia-.loB
notiucntion tlio nsVio of either of thcc'
gcntlomcn. HcreTis 6ur hand, An
drew; wc.'wolcotni-you' into tlio jjfeat
g. V. Whooieiyi?'l.i 'Hio cnmlnR
margin Cairo, tbe risini "tar In tho polli
IcaVflrmnfuont, tbotl. U In lllf;hton tho
currency ijiimtlon, itul via "rhikon" ho.W.
I Ifotirfd Olty Joilrnal. I
ifi"l"NVhcolcr,'l'(i., is ftjio ctrsnltig
man;!!) Gairo,- tlio rising alfir in tli6
Dolltical firmamcnti and alt that. - Wo
agte wiuVIlio Journal. Mr. "WHcotcr
is .oil Tho Journal pictTtrVs him to
bc. ifiatiS to say, if ho is nght ou, j(io
currpnef ucstioiif find wo Kfc not siiro
tbaVJio in; ;",,
'.canvass .botiroci CVobj niid
iVunii tios?uo was-ncrsonal, and upon
thiiissuoit (tirnqd; It will not do.
for Tllf! Mnnnil Cr J-.....l IU' tn-
deavor to pay that the issue wai a fin
ancial OnceV" T"obodv uiousltt of
dnanikt JdwiogOnat oan vass . " Ho-
.he jlamund tii
in the plutform adontod.bv tho cOnrcrV
liorftbit' tiomnatcd Dol. Creb3 declar
ing tbe. ffv20 bbn'ds fihrablo in our-
rcnoy; but times have changed since
then'.- Ticii tlo'Dcmoerats-'wero at-
templing to g'ct uito power by tlis"
honest racaris ;Itl)'c'l,cndlcton' folly wak.
at its hlght ; tlio ' Democratic people
did hot ttndoritarld tWdangcr of pa
per money. They do not appreciate
thorn yet a3 they should but will ijf
time. They .will inovitably decido tliat
gojd ond,siIvor phouULbp made the
basis of file ourrcn'cy', ui'at'spc'ecpay,.l
ineuU.Bbuld.'ljoirc'siimod, and that the
dobt of tho nations should be, paid in
tho money of the 'civilized world. Dy
thii declaratiniu'' tvo arp. rcsnlv.eu "16
stand ijtcadfastl', in defeat If ,nCod be,
until tho end. We-will no longer1 fol
low nftcr tho foDlish' Democratic leadors
who havo blundered wickedly for years,
and who now have received reinforce-
tncutA from tle foolish tad'tcals of tho
Morton souool, ... . t
"To.vnEsUME,that Captain Ilalliday
canjtruly bo (wlutcyqr'lm.iuay pfofess)
a frco-trado nntiinroiiopoly, pebplo's
ourroncy Democrat, n.s long ns bo :s' a
is to prusumo that human nature is
miraculously TiibTcTtccl'iiTTTt m. ' Tliis
from tho Mound City Journal bf' last
Saturday. "Wo do not see tho poiut.
There aro mauy men who aro manufac
turers, National bankers and railroad
tncu monopolists as they aro now
callo'djwho aro opposed to protectjonj
iJTfavor of rctirinir tho National bank
Circulation and advocates of tho doc
frino that the legislature should con
trol corrjoratd Tnouopolic. -'Fred trado-
would, an our opjnlou,; innko tho coun
try richer than it is, and givo to 'inon
of iiicaiiB,,'fcliko Captaiti Ilalliday, op
portutnty to use their capital to Ibatter
adrantage thnttliey now 'can.' If not,
frce-radd,is Iraud, ft does not fol
low that, 'becauso'n "man is a National
banker, ho is au oncmy of the publfc
weal. National bankers aro nearly nil
Radicals, because tho system has bcou
profitable to" tho men cngnge'dTri It and
tboy have, combined ito preserve it.
iiut docs it tnorcrnro follow. tliat men
engaged In tho business' cannot scq in
tho nystom n great dangor, tliaj they
do not understand Hint theto , banks,
when they conibine to effect an1 object,
aro almost resistless in their power
.dangerous to jhojrdpublid.?'' Aud Vloos,
it follew, tht, bccaus6' h 'man; is a
National bankor, bo will not seek to
rctorw wrongs daugcrous o bis, coun
try 1 If to bo patrtotlo'is, iri'tliiB day,
miraoulous, then indeed havo wo fuDcu
updtf evil limes.- ")ro suit DCJlcvO Cap
tain Haljiday Jo bo a Democrat,;! but
van w.t )... r.... fl f..
" " J w iuipiH.cu( JJU IS UlKlUI?
.little jiifcr'tat In.pplltj'e'no and 'wo
prcaumtucarci ilttlc. foir jrli'aU Potter
Littkms LivIno Ami. The imm.
bors of The Living Age, already jssued
in this month, havo been as usual; filled
with tho valuablo productions jf the.
ablest living contributors to periodical
Hkrsjturegng thegbjipprtatit! fix
ticles of these numbers aro tho follow
ine: On the Personal History of L'prd
Macaulay, by V. Arnold, Now Quart,
orly Ueview; Tho, Place oMluiiior in
History and in Kgyptian Chronology,
byltt. fTbu. Wm.K. (iladstOno, C6n
temporary, ltoview; ThaiWatj L'Jay,
Ulackwood 1 The Convont ICShi 3Iar-
in the Stcrooscopo, by Clias. K. Vjg.
pnstruotjou, jlic jlamuojl nigger and
WiKcdj Daniel ! '5iBtbetttcli word
alidlioM ft,is tlafii,eji'l tiplaiik
co, jMacmiliaii ; '.)psh nilllnwi"' jn.
ngjish, ppcclator ; ''L'aldtiVThoLlit.f'
by 11. IU Ifiillou, ..Conto&ip'pry
view ; The Moon's Pigiiro as
'ingorjjUiiigs, Jjnuari -iiijrieciy j
'liouil Uhilippc, tiyilho authof'i.ol 5IU
Jrabqsf&c - jotiiplo Bar ; Bishop
Wordsworth on Cremation, Spoctator ;
A Professor Kxtraordinary, Hrasfr ,
Cornels,' Kpeelatdr ; Tho Yslo of Wight,
Ouailcrlv Boviow : Habits in Plants,
Ac, by H. jvorii)cdt, New1 fiuartcfly,,
The l'ctraichian Commomoralion,
Atbcnaoum I i IThoi Brunswiolo Onj
Va'so.Academy ; 'Donsivo PmiHhtmjnts.
Chamber's Jounial ; oto.' ctc,,W.fth
'slio'rtor nrlioles, poolry and mhoollany.
Thoio numbers nlao contain excel
lent shorl stori6s,"The Country Cousin-
and "Tho Manor House at, Milford,"
nid instalments ol "1'ar from tho Mad
ding Crowd." "Tho, Story ol Valentine
nnd his Brother," "Allfco J.orraino,
aud "-Boso in Juno," all capital so
rials. With fiftytwo such nuuibors, of sir
ty-four largo pages each (aggregating
over 1000 pages a year) tho subscrip
tion price(8&) is low ; pr still better,
for 810, any on6 of tho AtncricanlH
magazines is sent with Tho Living Ago
for a -year, Littoll Si Gay, Boston,
UTDUIi OKEKX' NO BODJ.BON.
Hometlmo ntro Ihe ifOund City JoUr-
tial nominated Judge William H.
n " ro uungruss and complimented
him as a Democrat abovo reproach.
Now The Journal denounces him as a
retaiucr of tJ10 monopolists and a false
3rhasd)cenrkndwu tobuta fow, but
it is a fact, that Judge Orcou has been
for niaoyyearp puo of tho most ad
fenced bij (Domocrats. Atsthe ctoso of
thfvar.JjhojStcpped, to. tho front and
was one of) tho first to say : "Let us
accept thojtuatiou." In 180S be was
opposed to tlio Pondlotou crazy schome,
npd jQontribulicd to its defeat in the
New. Yprk convention. At that time
ho favored tbo nomination of Mr.
Chaao ns tlio candidate for tho presi
dency. Without difficulty he laid
aside the "nigger Issue," turned his
back io tbo past aud faced tbo future.
In 1872 he was one of the first oi Dem
ocrats'a'ud liberals Upon tho platform
of tho Cincinnati convention.
Notwithstanding tbo fact that J udge
Clrcon bad been ono of tho pioneers of
Democratic enlightenment and has oon
tributcd a groat deal to the. regeneration
of tho party, ho has been held by tbo
Mqss-Covored Democrats in bigh-es
teem. They bavo regarded him as one
of, their bigh-pricsts. Oothe other
hand, the liberal-minded Democrats,
who wished to break, away Trom tbo
trammels of party, have denounced him
nnd classod him ,with, Mossitcs consi
dered him ono of their leaders. This
resulted probably from tho fact, that
J'udgo Oroon novcr becomes tired of as
serting; that ho is a Democrat, aud that
tho organization must bo maintained.
His old babi(s, too, have lead him to
afiiliato with tho Mossitcs to follow
after them when they wishod to obtain
auytbing or, to defeat anybody. i Ho
has beon" with The Bulletin in spirit,
but has disliked it from forco of habit.
Hoiias stood aloolfrom tho Now Demo
cracy because ho did not havo the
moral courage to walk out from among
"tho. political corpsos. In this way ho
has earned the reputation of boing a
Mossito Democrat, whilo, in fact, ho
has beon, for years, an endorser of tho
most advanced ideas of tho great army
of the Opposition to .Radicalism.
Horctoforo the Judgo has been ro
cognizod by tho .MosJ-Covered Demo
crats as true to thoir Bourbonism ; but
ue cau hope lor nothing in that direc
tion any longdr. Ho has been put out
of the putty. Tho Mound City Jour
nal and the Jonesboro Qazetto havo
opcucd the door and put him out, and
tho Hun. W. J. Allen, who is tho lea
dor Of the, "straight boys" has applaud-
ecl.tlio act. Therefore wo oxtend to
the Judgo a hearty wolcomo to tho out
aide, aud congratulate him on his dis-
enturalment from tho charm of a namo
thaiK tbo symbol of confused counsels.
T1IH VANDKRBILT8 AT SARA
, . TOfJA.
Ctrrcpoiulenro New York Herald,
This uiuiuln I Hutched Commodore
Vandcrbilt as ho walked down tho bal
'cooy'to join a whist party in the elo
gaut private club room built by tho
uuiicu ciaiei uoie lor us guests, Tho
old railroad king leans .heavily on his
cine, "and walks as if this was his last
Summer at Saratoga. His weight goes
Jieayily on one foot, tho foot slides for-'
ward slowly, tlio cane feels its way
nhcsd and then tbo bodv move's linnv.
ily.and slowly along, Whon tho poto
geuarian hits down his silver boad leans
forward, ono hand rests on his cano and
the other falls'on his knees. As he
thus sits a great crpwd pass by with ro
Tbaipther'day a litt)q, three-year-old
baby toddled up to the veuorablo com
iiiodore as ho sat leaning 'over, and
smoothing her hand cautiously ;6vor
tbo. old. man's silvery hair, aho said":
"Why ou has dot funny hair." Then
looking up into the commodore's face,
die inquired : " What makes it so
"Ph, (tho fronts ''"of many wintors
turuod. it white' my.Jiitle baby," ro-
pl6'd tlio' commodore.
dn'titburt ou v ask6d the littlo'
thing in childish amazomont. It wsb
tho;rst'tiBid ho had ever noticed gray
bain r k'" ,.4
nntntnnAarA U ll)S Oldest
and favorite, son, William H Vaador-
but, ou whoso nhoulders on
and responsibilities of a rovcrcd father
will rest. William H. Vandcrbilt has
been schooled to take his father s place.
and when tho commodore dies ho wu
succeed to tho presidency of lho,Now
York Ooniralatj'd Io tho poncsslpn of
tho bulk of his futhors lortuuo, ran-
giug from fifteen to. filty iuilllousv
yillianH. yanderbilt is a sturoy?
strong narj, noout nuy years um. w
has A broadAbrow, strong IndividHaB
features, large mouth, and is a marof
piiwer and charactcr.and whon.bis mind
hits full scono lfo will mako :combina
tions and carry out giganuu pians
which will astonish tho admirers of the
old commodore. His habits ara good.ho
likes hard work and lias all tho power of
his great father. Wui.il. vaucterDilt has
lOTerat haodioin ioa, all of thorn exem
plary yong men 'wio will ronow in nu
fooUtana. Tho eldoit. William K. Van-
derbilt, Ii now bolnp; educated in the Now
York Central office In New York, where he
displays Rteat enorgy and marked talent.
So wo o tho lino of tho Now Yerk Cen
tral a succeiilon ii diflned llirouch two
CjtioratIona to coma, and thoro U no cauie
whT Commodoro anaeroiu aeain
llilurbvalueiln Wall itreot. William U
Vanderblt, who lian r.artled tbe Intlre load
for year would tontinue the great enter
tn ! of bl . f.tLAr without tuppfro of a
train or a larioing-o anegoe iu uhiudui
PARTICULARS OF THE SHOO.T-
ING OF THE SEDUCER BY
THE ENRAGED FATHER.
CONDITION OK MOttlTZ, WHO
OF All!S3 HAKDINO. " IS
IxoiAi'ons. Iod.. Aucuit ai. The
following are "the facta dovelupod In the
llarding-Motltz ihoollngaie to-day
ilr. Ilardlni;, at, the xaqueit to
Flwtoher, wai proceeding to the rendence
of Dr. i'arviu, on Alabama street, about'
1 o'clock, p. in., to lecure bis attendance
upon his daughter, and It wai on hit ri turn
that ho eocouatcred Morllz, near the
corner of Alabama and Vf rmoot street
with hit head bownd down, eoerolied In
tho terrfblothouKhti produced Vy the fatal
end he had juil Ioarnod, was bortnla to
uko piece, wnen Monuipono tp lilm and
tho next thing he reaionibori be, wai pur
suing and shooting at him. lltrltz ran
weit on Vermont to jJalaware itreot, erod
ing on tho louthildo, when ho gut into a
wagon and wont home. Harding having
omptiod hu piitol of all but one ibbt,
which would not explode, hurried onto
hit own home, and half an hour afterward
tho oiQcors proceeded .to his reiidenco.
where thoy found him at tho deatli-bed of
His daugblor, and put him under arrest.
Mr. Hardin i: wai allowed to remain
with hu family until after tbe death of
111 .(..in).).. 1 . V. . . 1
Mayor Mitcboll, and through his attor
ney., Oordon and Brown, walvad an ex
amination, and wai bound over to await
tbo action of the grand jury in tbo sum of
?iu,uuu anu wai imnieJlatuly released,
biiu reiurncu io on lorrow-airiotea
After tbeiheotlng occured Mr. Harding
returnod to hit home and there' Informed
Dr. tfIMchr, tho altendlnit ptivilelan. of
what bo had done. Ho laid, riferring to
bll daughter having taken poiion, "Thore
Ii a man At the bottom of It. 1 met tbe
villain when I wai taking tho note to Dr.
x-arvin, ana xuioa tnouamnod cun."
At the advice of hli conniol. Mr. Hr
dlsg would make no ilatement as to why
he made tbe neiault on Moritz. further
than to lav Moritz teduced hli dauehter
and alio ilandored hli wife. The confei-
Ion of hit daughter to tbo lame olfect
win bo brougbt out in evidence at the
The condition of Moritz Is quite favor
ablo to bii recovery, none of the ihoti
having taken offaat in the lungi as wai.at
tint thought probablo. He deniei tho al
leged latima'clei with Mill Harding, and
aiki a luipenilon of public opinion until
he can have an opportunity or vindicating
hltntelf of tho obargo.
Mill Flora Hatdinc Ue decerned, wai
a young lady of mora thin ordinary pro
mlio, and for tho pait year bad been con
nected with the city school., whoro the
taugnt very acceptably the Uorman lan
guage. Sbo wai alio a writer of conilJor-
able ability, and contributed quite exten
lively to tho columni of tht Uunday Her
Thll lad affair hai cait a gloom over the
entire community, and public sympathy
gooi out itrongly to tnn out-raged lather
and bii ailllctod houiebold.
Hut few of tbo , clrcumitancei
in regard to the seduction of Misi Hard
ing aro know, hut It Ii understood to havo
keel ollwctod under clrcumitancos that
make it peculiarly atrocious and diaboli
cal, lome tlmo last winter. The Intimacv
wai of ihort duration, and her lapse from
tiuuo nwaaonca me greateit poignancy
. iing, ana ne uuiereit remone,
which has found Iti end in a 'terrible
Tho funeral lervlces of Miss Harding
hi... .1.1. . .
fivj mi. aiternoon anu wai largely
attendod by lympatbizlne friendi and re
lation! of tho decerned. Itov. Dr. Bayleii
crnductsd tbe exoreiioi, which, nnder the
circuBnuncei, wera or a tolomdand most
Mor',',!' ' resting qultly, and with every
probability cf a ipeody recovery, The
doclori hats mido several attempts to
prob the wounds, but have not yet
reached the balls,
To the Editor et Tin IIullktins
KsTKEMKnKtiKNn:-You will plcae ln
rorm your readen thut I havo a positive
CU11E FOU CONSUMl'TIOX
B,J J" d'wdfTH o the Throat and Lungs,
and that, by IU u In uiy practice, I have
yjnS,.?0 'vY:I" l101 ,lc,,cllt- Indeed, ho
rnKic, toTjwy B,lD-ercr lk(llircls,lj; roe
I lease show this letter to any ono you may
inow who Is suffering from (m6 ,Meaei.
ind oblige, jxFaltbliilly Your" ""'a"st
DR..T. F. BURT,
CD William H . t Yor
And Dealer In
EiauTii Htrkst. niT. Wasiiikotoh ad
. UoMUBiiciAL,Avi.adpIning Hanny i.
Keep-tbe best of l)eeM'orlf,Mutton veal,
Umb, bautagc, utc, and il prepared to
crvu families In a acceptable manner.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
H. W. MJl.LF.lt. rroldont, , "
.T. Jf. PHII.Lirb, Vice I'rcildcnl,
CnAS. CUNNINOHAJf , CnMilcr.
COLLECTIONS PUOblVTLY MADE
KXfiHANQH.roin. banknote ( td United
acKCt) iccsnntl dowim sou ioiu.
Intcmt allowed on time deposits.
the oity national
GAmO, ILLINOIS. , ,
UKNllY I.. nALMUAY, Vice rn-Idtit.
A. II. HAFFOUI), Ca.liier:
WALTER HYaLOI', Ah-fftai.t i:u)iior.
STjlATrt TAYI.OI1, It. it. CU.NNI.NCIIU.M
H. I. IlALLIIlAY, V. I'. IlAI.I.IIMV.
0, 1). Williamson, Stki-iikn iiinn,
A, II. SAKKOItll,
Exchange, Coin nnd "IJiiltf il '. SlUtcs
iioiuN liouglit nnd hold.
DEHOBIT.S rcoivtd;.iud n gcueral banking
ENTERPRISE f SAVINGS dlANK
CHAUTEUDII MAUCH Ul, 18UII.
OITY NATIONA'L HANK. OAlltO.
me ' . -e ia .
A. II. HAKKOUI), l'ricldeiit ;
8. 8. TAYLOlt. Vlee-l're.Ident:
II. HYSLOl", Secretary nnd Trcasun r.
DiaicToRfl : .
1. M. IlillCI.AY, CllAB.OALJGIU-.n,
F. Jl. STOCKrLXTII, l'AUl. (. FCIItHI.
It. II. UUN.NINdllAM, II. I.. llAl.l.lliAV,
.1. M. 1'IIII.I.II-S.
NTKItKST paid on depo'lt' at tin- rate
ol Mx per tent, per annum, .March IcUand
Keptembcr Int. Intereat not withdrawn in
added immediately to the principal of the
deposit', thereby ghlng them oompOliuH
HAUU1ID WOUKN AMD CUILUUFJi MAY
UEI-OSIT MOKRY AMD ,MO ONK ILIC1
CAM DKAW IT.
Open every builneii4 day from 0 a. ui. lit a
p.m., aud Sataday evening lor dc
pokIIi only, Irom O to 8 o'clock.
W ITYSLOl'. Trcastu-er.
R. SMYTH & CO..
f No, 00 Ohio Loveer
m CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Boot & Shoe
octwoeo.Tcntb. and Eleventh Btreel?,
Is prepared tn All orders wltuout delay.
Hehaaanne stock oflmr.crted leather ou
nana, jun received from Ncwinork, and has
put down the prices to tyo lowest notch.
B. F. PARKER.
j . '
(Succossor to Parker & Wake,)
PAINTS & OILS
WINDOW qLASS, .
And tho celebrated Illuminating
Brou' Building, 11th St. & Oomorclal Av
AT WILCOX'S ULOCIC FOB ?1.00
Clicinicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, Brushca,
Toilett Articles, Ururpjisl's Fancy (Joodri, Collier "Whito
Lead and Other Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, 'Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Trbo Colors, Dyo
Stiills. Etc., Etc., Km,
We Solicit enrrcpondenre and onlen from I)rilKHlt, l'lijslclann and fiencrat Stores
In want of (lnod in our Lino. Utalnhont. 1'I.intAtlim nnd Fuinlty ilcdlclne caes Inrn-l-bfd
or Ucllllvd with Kell.iMu Urus ut Haroiiable ltaUs-
WHOLESALE & HKTAIh. URTA1I. & PHESCHH'TION.
Tl Ohio Limit. Wellington Au. ror. Klglitli St.
C .A. I O .
ui: a i. KBTATi; .mxricv. !
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
ttJUAJLi EST.A TIE
J I O US 14 AG 1'iiNT,
COLLKCTOItS, , , , ,V
VOiVKVANCKlti,1 ., .,
And 1unl AKi'litsnl tile llllnnl Cmtcsri and
lliirlingluii and MUnuiin 11. IC. (.'if.
North ('or. Sixth nnd OhiifLovee,
C. WINSTON & CO.
Ileal Estate .A gouts,
71 Ohio Li:t,k, (Second 1'loor,)
Buy ami Sell ItEAl. li'TATE, Pnv TAXI
l'linillicn Almj-aiH of Tftls. 4 .
C N. HUGHES.
n.,.-,i v a
ueneral insurance Agent
Ohio Levee, over Maihus ii Uhl's.
.u, ..... ; i . i .
,,7 J'n C""'1""""
IN S IT K. A W O ill .
SnlTonl, Morris & Cnndce,"
7.'i Ohio Loveo, City National Dank
Duilding, Caiko, Ii.i.s.
Tie oldest ritablinliud Aginey In Soutliu
llllnuli, reprcciitiii over
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
THE FOHTY-FIKTH ANNUAL
SESSION of fitudici In tho
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY
Will begin on
MONDAY, SEI'TEMHEU Tt It, lsrr.
For Proipectus, giving tonus, instruc
' tlom to parontl, i!ic., &c., apply t0 or
REV. JOS. O. .KALANO, S. .1.,
Ht. Louts Univorslty, SI. Louis, Mo.
HUSE, LOOMIS & CO.,
Takes gloat pleaMirj In niinoiiii'.-ing t
they am now prcpari-d to'upply OMiryliody
with lake li-uol'llio vrry hot iiiality, either
at their lioiie oral tlio Moris Ordrrs
should b It'll t lliu oilier, No, M Ohio
WILLlAJl Jf. SMITH. iM. D;
KK31DKKUK .Vo, 31, Tlilrleontii ureot
between Wastlnztui avcuim mill Wulnil
ttreet OlliceIUll;uoiiniirrclu aveiuio, up
mi Nit ill
A II VEUTI.SE IX
j A man Ititt-iidlti f? In do Imslncss innst
ft., j . . - .
him rrcjmrp iiiihm'II io meet llio rc-
I ijiiIrcincntM.riih ciistnmcrs; next hi
,ul",t M ,,vf,n' Isllilf or prolmble
rii.loiiicrl.imif that ho Ii, so prepared.
i il xvvs mixi 'iU' ho may TELL nil
Iho pcoplo A)hnt lie (undo. Inulurgo
i ,1,,i"" it ITlntcd Iintidlilll, poster or
'"'I,I"r' WW UIMriliii'tod. l)fl
1 rlBrarloiie, but WHOEVER IS IN A
! U K ,"v,'1' k.oi:hii to suf-
I'OKT A M.iV.Sr.U'EH WILL FI.M
THAT IT IS THE CIIEAl'EST.MEIHUM
. Wood & Co
. J1180 RIDGE AVENUE
roniif nliix, Yai.cs, AnlmnlM. Iron SLalrs,
LaiupiriMt., Stnhlo Fittings,
:ast, whouqht,'& wire railings
.Concert and Lecture Halls.
'A ndi n (Jcueral ABsortmont of Orna
mental Iron Work.
J'Mlin'iiCH nnd dcMtiriH Mrurai r IU a
isili'i,- tint clai-n ot work dtklred.
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