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LLINOI3 CENTRAL RAT'iKOAD.
Tit AINU LKIVK CAIF.O
Hallut. ,,. 12:13 a.m., Dally.
r..xprtH& . p.m.,
Ktoliflit n 4:00 ft.ui.,.".. except tiumlay
rrrisjuini , ,11:03 n. in
r'nLjutat . 40 i.ni " '
AHUtVi: AT CAtllO
Hallnt 1 'BO a. in ....Dally
KxproMat. '1:K p.m except Hunday
vrcigntat .t.w ii.iii.,,..,oxcoii jnonuay
Krclirht at,, ...111:0.') sii.,....,jtcpt Sunday
rrolgni at....,.i:iu p-'n
IM-'MT-tf. JAMBg JoinmoN, Agent.
.V1IE OAIRO AND V1N0KNNE8
..AIRO TO JINf.IN.SATI AND LOUIS-
On and after Jimii 7(li passenger train
.Mil run tinny oxccpl BUliuay as lollow i
Cairo, lean , (s....6;W A. M.
li'tiiin, nrrvn. .7212
llarrhlmrg, arrtvo O.-JJ
l.ijrnn City, arrive 10:18
jrinl, urrlvo 10:.7i
Ml. (. arniL I, arrive 12:10 r. M.
Incunup, arrive... ., 1:10
Lnion Depot, arrlvo.... 1:20 1
' Icavc,...,.. 1:10 1
liic'nnatl, arrive Mrt) 1
l.iuuullc, arrive.., b:J0 '
I uilvc 10:S5r.
Itiinu, arrive Hits '
llarrtiil)ilrK,nrrlvo..., 7:02 1
.Surrh tit), arrive O.-ori '
C'arinl, nirlvi' U&i '
(inyvlHi', armo 4:10
It Carincl, arrive, 4:00 '
lnni!iitic, leave ':.V '
Union Di'tiol. lease 2:l
At larml with St. Iiuln anil Soutlicatcni
lraln toaii'llrouiKvamvlllo anil points wi ll;
Leaving Cairo , HOa.m.
Arritliigin hvansvillc ."):!.' I'. M.
Leaving " ViiV) "
Arriving In Cairo UyM '
At Yin nno w th Oil o aua JIIiipi
rail f.' for Cliiciniiatl anil lnilsvlllo, ami
all point.- cant anl wc.tjjwltli Imllanap
oh and Inconnu railway lor
IndlinipolU and all points nortli,
tan and wont; with Kvanmlllo and Craw
lordsvltlo railway forKvannvllIc.Terra Haute,
Danville, Chicago and all point north, can
At Norrli Cltv with the ."ii-imrlleld
ml Jllnol Southeastern railway for Shaw
iifd wn and hjirlriBlW-ltl, III., and point
At Cairo with the .MImIiIm1 Central.
and Vol. lie ami Ohio, for all polnt outIi;
ultlit olro, Arkmi'ai and Toxa,for all point"
InAikanui and Texan.
MOUND CITT ACCOUUOPATIOK.
Leaves Cafro 12:20 V. it.
' Jlouii'HIty lao
M. II. fiooiilticil. (len'l Ticket At?'t.
ST. LOUIS IKON MOUNTAIN
AND SOUTIIEKN KAILKOAI).
OmiuV.tcs arrive at and depart from the
itllltu corner Stventh htrcet and Commer-
i.il Avctlllo ai luilows
Tcxa L.vprt'iii leaves 1KK a.m. Armea
'2 JO a. in.
( hsrlcttflti Acroinmodatlon leaven 10:.t0
a.m. Arrive D:l.a. m.
Columbia Accomodation leaves 4:00 n. in.
Arrhcn 1&5 p. m.
TWEN1 V-KOl It ItOL'KM I.KWH THAN II V ANV
Time from Cairn to Little Hock 13 hour.
To Texarcana 22 houm.
To Jclfiri-oii, Texan, 2) hotirn.
To Marshall 20 liolirn.
Tiihrevcport, loulil.ia, 20 hour.
To Dallas, Texan, CO houm.
To llcarni', 'JVxnii, 38 houri.
To IloUktou, Tox&x, 41 liounu
To Oalvctton, Ttxat 41 liouri.
I). A XT km., Chief Kni;lneer.
( . W. Ilr.QCK.MlioL'l'.d, A-cnt, Cairo.
l ntlll vou have examined the only com
plete and lart-eitrtoiK oruoniectlonery eer
Kept Hi I aim'. Kvcry dealer fbuuld know
he ran litiv Cheiitrr and Hotter uooiN where
thev arc made, than Irnm hacnnd hand deal
er-. licmcinUT there ii hut one place to do
ROSE & TEMME
Manuftcturori, AVholoale and
Ketall Dealers in
No. 172 "Waihlngton Ave.
Look to your Interest and huy direct Irnm
the only .Maimlacturlii;,' Confectioner In
KAX MTATS AUKRUT.
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
nt tlio llllnoN Central and
MUi-ourl It. K. 004.
fl Oliio Luvcc,
C. WINSTON & CO,
Real Estate Agents,
74 Onto Lkvek, (Second Floor,)
liuy and Sell HEAL E3TATK. l'ay TAXES
FiirnisheB AliStruct of Title.
. F. M. STOCKFLETH.
Itcctlllor ami AVliolesalo Dealer In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LlOUOltS AND WINES.
N0J "I. OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, .... ILLS
SO Ohio Lcvcc -
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
L'lio Planter'-) IIouho in located on Oljlo Lorco Street in
POTS AiSFD STEAMB0T LANDINGS
And in tlio Center oV Ibo Ktidintim Portion o tli City. The IIono'ia Hew
and completo in all itn ntipoitittnciitH
I Luintr clcL'nutly i'ttrniaLcd nud carpeted.
uicnt nud tlia Lent of accomtxodatioiiH.
Transient Guests $2 per Day.
a Trusty Watch for Trains
GREAT HEDUCTIOU UT PRICES
Gor.; 8th St. and
LARGE STOCK OP DEESS GOODS
JAPANESE SILKS, S1-L.K. 1'Ul'JjljNS,
LAHGE STOCIC OF WHITE GOODS, Victoria Lawns,
Swiss, Marsailles and a Largo
Stock will be sold tit Actual
Cull and be convinced of Groat Bargains.
TERMS, STRICTLY GASH.
Bristol & Stilwell
Keep fvory tliitii' liertaining
ino uf Hlap
Choice Dried Jlecf,
Mtie Pears and Peaches for
No 3d EIGHTH St.
ixrx,ij-&'vx2' STTHiiaiasrc, ctojR,. laTH HTiaminT
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 28. 1874.
- CAIRO. IImImS
TO RAILROAD DE
Tlie roouiF, ta Inro and airy, bcaidca
(iucstn will receive courteous treat
Day BonrdorB 20 per Month.
and Boats Day and Night.
1)1 "III IDS
for Sale at
Stock of Kibbons. This entiro
Cost, and continue until it is
THE CAIRO CITY
Are prepared to supply cuitomeraf
with the Otikt I
I.BAVK OHtlKltS AT
B3TUalllday Uro.'a ottlee, No. 70
EiTllalllday Hro.'a "Wliarllioa
KtTAt I-ryptian Still; or
CJTAt the coul dump, foot
Thlrty-olifhth atrceU '
Stsciil Iniucemenls to Lir;s Coasucsrt
To tho Editor ol Tll lIliLLKTJNi
Khtkhmki) Kiiiend : Vou will plcm In
form your readern that I Lave a jhj1i1to
CUKE FOR CONSUMP1I0X
and all dUordcni ot tlio Throat and Lungs,
ami that, by it uo In my practice, I lme
cured hundreds of cases, and will (,-lvo
or a oaso will not benefit. Indeed, ho
troiigitiiiy faith. 1 will nend n Samit.k,
..r.K, tu uiij nuuercr uuiituniiiiij; iue.
i'lcaso now tntii letter to any one you may
enow who in kutfering from tltenu Ulsoauev.
DR. T. F. BURT,
OU Wllllmu 8 t. Mh Vor
And Dealer u I
KlOUTII HTRBIT. 1IT. "VA8niNOTOK AU
UoMuiKCiAL,Av..ad!olninL' Urddv a.
Keeps" the best oruef,l'nrk,Muttoii veal,
Lamb, Siuuage, etc., and li prepared to
bcitu lumiues hi a acccmauio manner.
Meeting ol' The Stnlo Con
vention on the 2(51 li
THE DELEGATES DECLARE FOR
' THE RESUMPTION OF SPECIE
NOMINATIONS, ETC., ETC.
TtlKlltUMIOK DtHGCKATIO C0NTK5TI0N,
amiaariitD. Aui. Kit Thn Ilaurton
JJuiocratlo Wtato coureatlan which wai
to meet at 11 a. to. to day, did not do io.
for the very gcod roaion that thero wai
nobody here to Minna n; to it wa given
out thiit It had adjourned to 7 p. m.
Tim Bourbon convention toom to have
entirely tailed. No molting lo that In
lurtnt vrB held to-ntght, io far at any
body moral lo know, and, lodoed, a the
anticipated split in tho regular conven
tion did not occur, tberu was nobody to
tuk neouLAR ccsvEKTioir.
Tho regular iltmoerntlc state conven
tion met at tbo opqra-homo at 12 m., and
Id the abtonca of Uon. U. II. MoCorrnick,
chairman of the central commltte, wai
called to order by lion. V. II. Green of
Cairo. Th call wai road by H:n. E. L.
Merritt of tiangamon and the following
committeemen were reported by tbo va
rious congressional dislricU.
COMMITTER ON CRKBINTIALft.
1st district, Thomas A Moran of Cook;
-M J J McOrath of Cook; 3d Fred How
man of Cook; 4lb, JatnasS Ticknor of
"Winnebago; fitb, .V Huldano of Carroll;
Gib, Kufus ii Correll of Koclc Island; 7tb,
I' 0 Haley ot Will: 8th. Hiram Crossin;
Otb, F il Jlorie of Fulton; lO'.b, W R
Hamilton of Hancock; 11th, Joseph M
Lowry of Brown; 12tb, Vf E ilurrlson of
Christain: 13th. J t lloblet ot LOean
14th J W Smith or Macon: lotb, J M Bl
shop ef Kdtar; 10th, tillman Baser of
.Marion: 17th. H M Case of St Clair; lBtb,
Olairborco "SVinitcn of Alexander; IStb,
Jtobert U Uanna of "i ayne.
COMHITTJE OS riCnitAKE.VT OUOAh'IZA
1st, Mil Kclioo, Cook-.'Jd, C O Holdcn,
Cook: 2i, A U Iluoiing, Cook; Itu, Jamo
lUrriuelon, ICano; &lb, O Vileon, Ogle;
Cth, Aug Huoting, Bock Island; 7th, 1' O
Armstrong, Grundy; 8tb, "W E Cook,
Marshall; 'Jib, , BeadUs. Fulton; 10th, "W
K liaroiltoD, Hancock. Iltb, K W Herd
man, Jersoj; 12th, "William Jtruwn, Mor
gan; 13. Benjamin Barrows, HaWitl; Mlb,
George M White, Champaign; 10th, W A
Corger, Shelbys 10th, It W Boss, Fayette;
17lb, yf O Sherley, Macoupin; 18tb W A
Gordon, Randolph; lpth, Thomas S Casoy,
COilltlTTKK OX 1'LA.TroKM.
1st district, A Matteton, Cook; 24, II
Raster, Cook ; 3d, Thomas Hurting, Cook;
4th, A M Uerrington, Kane ; Sin, Fred
T Mark, Oglo; Otb, B L Buford, Rock
Island; 7th, F Seining, Will;
bth, Vf K Cook, Marshall;
9th. G K "Wilson, Sunca ;
lOib, G W Melz, McDonough; 11th,
W A Rlcharuson, Adams ; Hith, Charlos
H Lanphler, tjangammon ; 13tb, O A
Roberts, Tazewell j 14th, J A Bucking
ham. Macon; 15'.h, A J Hunter, Edgar:
ItJlb, B K Johnson, Montgomery; 17tb,
W R Morrison, Monroe; 18th, W J Al
len, Jackson ; 10th, John M Crubs, "White.
COilMtTTEt ON STATK COMMITTEK.
1st, Charles, Kern, Cook; 'Jd, Dan
O'llsra, Cook; 3d, CaHper Butz, Cook;
4th, Js S Ticknor, Winnebago; Mh, A
Huldano: -1th, utoriro wazouer, jiock
7tb, Tho UoKondall, Ladalie ; Ulb, II B
OroMjVJlh', WiUistta' Kellogg, Peoria;
10tb,JasM Catnpell, lsUonough; 11th,
U H Clay, Greene; 12th, A Orcnduttl",
Sangammon; 131b, T J Short, Logan;
14th, J it uunningnam, uoief ; loin, Wil
liam Wright, Shelby ; 10th, John J Mc
Couley, Clay ; 17tb, W H Krouno, Mad
ison; 16th, XI Harlzeil, Randolph; 10tb,
S J Saunders, Wabalb,
Just before tho convention adjourned,
after attesting a temporary orgaul.ation,
Mr, Henry Kendall, a delegato from
Fulton county, was introduced from tbo
platform. Ho said he bad voted for JoN
farson. and fer ovorv LWiocralio csndi-
date tor president since then, and ho hoped
to be able to vutoior a Uomocraiic canai-
date on a bard-monoy platform In iou.
The old man was given tnruo cheers, with
tbo chnntuble hopo that his patrlotlo with
may bo realized.
"All last nicht and all to-day the discus
sion botwsen tbo advocate of bard money
km) nnnnr inonev has bean In progress
This is the only question which divides
the dolegatesuand tbo advocates of each
polloy bavo stubbornly muntalned their
position with flrmnoes but good humor.
When tbo convention assombloJ in tbo
COUillTTKK ON cnKUBNTIALS
Mado a reDOrt rocommondlnp that ovory
county dolegatlon cast tbo full vote by i'.a
A minority of the committee roportod a
recommendation that each delegation cast
tho votes to which they were entitled ac
cording to tbo voto for Grcoloy in 1872,
A the original call ot me co.ntmuoo was
based on all the toUI cast for all presi
dential caadidates in 187'J, this minority
report was imeided to cut down the del
egations1 from Cook and other counties
having a heavy uepuuucan ana ngnt
Democratic vole. Tho contost over this
proposition waa vory animated, but finally
tho first victory for e upportera uf tbo ori
Tho commlttoo on permanont organiza
tion havo yot pot reported.
on taking the chair said in tubitanco that
tho du y of the oittzen vaa one of over
rocurrUg okllg'lo"i Rnii tat It was not
enough to boo done our duty last, week
a ut iur. He felt that he bad done his
dutyiVbile In the Republican party, and
no toll that no w "mug uu uuiy in
giving the opposition.
Tho m or tv ot mo committee on
plattorm then roported Ihn tollowlng, It
beine tno woicagu wu ""S""; nmunuou
in tha teeond Iilunk i
1. Tho restoration of gold and illver as
the bail of-tho currenoy of the country,
the ineedv resumption of specie navmonts
( and tlio payment oi an national iuuuuiou
nes In the money recognized by th civil
-'. Free commerce and tarirfduty except
3. Individual liberty and opposition U
4. Rigid restoration ef the governments,
both slat and natlenal, to the legitimate
domain of political power by exoludlng
therefrom all executive and Intermeddling
with tbo affair ef socitty, whereby mono,
police are fos'.ored, privileged olaisoa ag
grandized, and individual freedem unnec
essary and oppretslvoly restrained.
0. The right and duty of tha state to
protect its citlz.n from extortion and un
just discrimination, by chartered mono-
Tho minority reported In favor of all
plank except th tint, for which they pro
posed the tellowlng substitute :
The MStoralUn of gold and silver at the
basts of curroncy and tho resumption of
specie payments at the earliest practicable
moment, wunout any injury to the busi
ness and commercial interest of the
KignedlWm. J. Allen, W. A. Richard-
ion, J. w. Afetz, U.A. BobeU, Jno. W.
Crobbs, li. Johnson, A. ,1. Hunter.
Djacuasiex on tub i-inancih.
And now the itrueel beiran. The
ipeechei were animated and exUndod,
but tbtre were no argument uied for or
against the majority plank, except those
which have already been many time re
peated in the newspapers. The hard
money mon ware earnest and aggresdve,
while the soft-money were evidently
averse to the sharp debate. Mr. Miller
of Cook offered an amendment to be add
ed to the minority report, at follow:
By opposing Inflrtion and by paying
tho national debt in the currency of tha
This was loat on a vtra voce voto and tho
hard-monoy men did not apparently dare
to divide. Uesing made a speech which
seemed to indicate that he had. lost cour
ago and it certainly had a depressing ef
fect on tbo hardest of tho hard-money
mau. Mr. Aventz of Adam moved to
amend the minority report by adding,
'and tbat we favor tb payment of the
national bond acoerding lothe letter of
the contract at interprotted by the act of
congreei." The debate on this wai long,
but wbllo It progressed tha hard-monoy
men got wind and were greatly strength
ened by strong operationa in favor of
specie currency, by J. L. D. Morriaen and
and Gov. Falmer, the latter having taken
the floor for the purpose, calling Mr.
Oberly to occupy tho chair.
Alter much debate and no little dis
order, JuJgo Green of Cairo offered the
following substitute for both the financial
planks offered :
Tbo restoration of cold and illver as the
baili of tbo currenoy, tbo reiumption of
specie piyment a soon a possible without
disester to tbo business of the country, by
steadily opposing Inflation, and by the
payment of tbe national indebtedness in
tin muney of the civillzod world.
It was carried by threo hundrod and
eloven totwo hundred and forty-en, Cook
county voting us a unit fur It. This wa
the second victery for the supporters of
the call and thoy rent the air with their
cheers,. The eott-monty man look tnetr
defeat in good part and tbe platform as a
wbolo wai adopted without dissent.
The next business wai the nomination
and tho following name wero brought
beforo the convention a candidate fer
stavstroaturer: Alex. Starne of Sanga
mon; Cbatles Carroll ot Gallatin; David
Gore of Macouptn John Schuster of
Clinton; Col. 11. Dilger ot Cook. Gore
being tbo Farmers' candidate, and stand
ing on a soft monoy platform, somo In
quiry was made ai to bow he would like
tbo hard money platform just adopted.
A dolegato said Gore bad within a few
days expresod his support of the Chicago
call, wbi'sh announcement wa received
with much laughter. Alter aome little
debate, all thecandidate were withdrawn
except Carroll, and be was nominated by
For superintendent of publio Instruc
tion tbe following were nominated : John
U. Black of Adam; B. M. Ktter of Mc
Lean; Newton Bateman of Sangamon.
A verv strone lunport from tho south
part of the statu waa manifested fer Ktter
nd a letter belnc received from Mr
15 atom a u declining to accept tb nomina
tion, tbe first ballot resulted In two hun
drod and fifteen vote for Black and three
hundred and twonty-six for Ktter, who
was doclarod nominnted, Mr Ktter re
ceivod tho whole vote ct Cook county, as
bad Mr Carroll.
It was now late and tbe convention
having been In continuous session trom
two until tiino p. m.the delegates were all
tirod out and ai loon a Mr Rutz, chair
man of commltteo to appoint a tate cen
tral committee had reported the report
wui confirmed, and tbo adjournment wa
To-night Messrs Carroll and Ktter are
receiving congratulations at tbo Leleod.
Tho delogatia all speak hopefully of tbe
result of tho campaign, and tho Opposl
tlon party certainly enter upon their
works stronger than ever before; the
ibarp debate on ibo financial plana: naa
left no lll-foolini: bohlnd It, and the inlla-
tionisliaro willing o acced to the rertilt-
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Lcvcc, over Mathus & UhlV.
tS"None"Lut Jlnt-clau Vompatiiet
Suitor!, Morris & Camlee,
78 Obio Levco, Oity National Hank
Uuildiug, Oaiko, Ills.
I ie oldeiit eitabllshed Acency in SouUio
UUiioS, reprcontlng oyer
AY HiLlAM li. SMITH. H. D.
11E91DKECK No, ai, Thtrteentn etreet
betwitn Waihlnston avoutlo und Walnu
tlroot OtBce lMlCommerclal avenue, up
S-J3 M X
ICB! ICE! ICE!
HU8E, LOOMIS & CO.,
Takes great pleasure in announcing t
they are now prepared to supply everybody
with lake Ice of tho very best quality, either
at their homes or at tbo store. Order
should b lcR at the office, Mo. CO Ohio
cusaneou eruption on tbo face or
Atf IMPURE CONDITION OP
and this may, or may not be scrofula; but
In either case the disease U nothing mora
than an iNHtniouB Poison that
BURKS LIKE A TERRIULV FIRE,
a It course through the veins, towing cecds
oi aeain vvuu every puinnuon.
In this condition of thingK soraethlnv la
nccucu at onco to cioanM) mo oioou auu
SCOYILL'S LLOOD AND
will positively effect thU desideratum, ox-
pelliug every trace of ilbeao trom the hlodo
aim ayttem, anil leaving tne akin
SOFT, FAIR AND BEAUTIFUL,
Hundreds of certificates attest it '.value.
i rice fi pur noiuc.
JOHN V. HENRY, CURRAX & CO.,
8 nnd 9 Collcgo Place, Now York.
ALSO PROPRIETORS OF
Hall' Balsam for tbe Lungii, Carbolic Salve,
Kddy'ii Carbolic Troche, Oxygen
ated Hitter fur Dysprpsla,
Dr. Motl'a Liver Pill
.Dr. Roger' Vimatahlo Worm
Svrui). Dr. Itennett.s Sure Death tn
Itata, .Mire, ami Vermin, Kum-U Hair Dye,
Ktc, Ktc, Ktc.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY k CUUNSELOK AT U
Offlico Over Klmt National Bank. 3-lB-Sm
John U. Mulkey.
Willliim C. Mulkey.
MULKEY St, SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
ouict.; D.iunt.1 ktroot, between Couimer
at una W-islnneton nvenue. 6-14-tf.
GREEN & GILBERT,
C0DNSEL0RS AT LAW,
William II. Green,
William It. Gilbert,;
Jliles V. Gilbert,
i uttention clven to Admiralty
Ohio Lcveo, Rooms 7 aud 8 ove
Cltr National Bank.
IT tafELS- AUnilAND
DM ILL hi rooj UrrUWT. tSJUBXSt
TBeruKMriAU raoM ootiiikob
Or ICW A. AU A)IS IS AMI) ntKOTA.
CetelOfaeefijM. W.OOXS. ta !. Ha.
Mil n un
Z. D. MathtM i. C. UU
MATHUSS & UHL,
Forwarding & General
FLOUR, GRAIN, IIAY AND ,J
W. Strattou. -j
STRATTON V BIRD
Agcntfl Amorican Powder Coapuj,
a? outo zxrKK, CMisto.
Wood Rittenliouae k Brtkr
Gr.xKUAL Commission 3IrRcor,
133 Ohio Loveo, Cairo.
U ,tmm. " E.j.avmme
AY EES k 09
QKNKUAL COMMISSION MEM0BAMTB
Nn 7H Lv.Ontoaarjt. J&ca
J. :m. PHILLIPS,
Prcprcpared to forward all kindfl of
Freight to all points.
t3yBu"lncs attended to promptly.
And Dealer in
Lime, Cement, Plastor, Hair, io.
3I will tell In car load lots at laannfae
turera pricet, addlugfrelght.
JOHN B. PHILLIS &SON.
(Sttccensor to John B. l'hUIm,)
MEAL, BRAN, Ac,
igtnti for Liflin & Ruii Powder Comptij.
COll. TKN'TIf ST. & omoLtmcs,
MILLER Sl PARKER,
FLOUR, CORN, OAT8, HAY, 4e:
Agent for Fairbank's Sealef.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS.
II. A. Thorn L. D. '
THOM.8 k BROTHER,
Bueceioar to H. M.Huiea. ' f
amp DBALaya r
sie and Ymnar tiraciarlea,
foreign and DonsH
PBTJITS .3STI3 XTTTUB
1M Commercial Avenue,
N.B. Thlstlewood. F. J. TUUUewooU
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
B aalers In
Flour, Corn, Oats, Hay, &o
Ne. 78 OHIO LEVKE,
COFFEE, IIAJU11SON k CO
(Successor to V. Hard A Boa.)
rvovm, omai amu ha.
No 03 Obio Levee, OAIRO, IhlH-
NEW XOKK HXOxtIC,
WHOLESALE AND XKTAIL,
uiomi TAUvrr troex n tu crn
OOODB BOLD YX&T OLOflS..
ot mt taie atoee mm
O. O. FATIW
WOOLGTT'S PAIN PAINT
Cures all klndotpaln. Vorula y