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FRIDAY, AUGUST 28,1874.
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Three Months M
- Invariably In advanco,
BmmIIbb natter on every inge.
Representative Convention.
FtFTIETIi SENATORIAL DISTUICT.
,
A .Democratic Convention, for the pur
vote ot nominating two candidate to rep'
ront said Dlittlct tn tho stato lcgislaturo
will be held nt
ANNi, on TnnnsiAT, TUB 3rd PAY OK
SHTKMBKn. 18,3, AT O O'CLOCK, r. l
Tho ratio of representation will bo one
ilclocet for each 100 vote?, ana uno ior,sr,i
.JlietToaU CO Vit cist tor arl)r f-frown
la M73. The coiiuiim win uu iiimicu m
the toUorrtBg representation :
Couutics. Voto In '72. jiclrgatoii.
Alexander, 1,040. 10
Jackson, 1.510. K
Union, 1,700. 17
The Central Committees In each, ol tbo
above counties1 are respectfully fetptoted to
call county conventions, and appoint dele
uatci to roprcsont' their counties In talil
convention, lly order of committee.
T. V. Uouton", Chairman.
3JPXcwpapcrs throughout the DUtrlo
Will please publlth tho nbovo call.
AM. quiet in Owen county, Ken
tucky, is tho latest news from that scat
of war. '" '
Jewell, tho new postmaster general
t pleasures with tho president, this week,
nnel'wiU assumo tbo duties of his cflico
next.
Mr.MUEiis of tho cabiuot aro getting
baok to Wnshincton and in a wock or
two tbo business of tho government
will bo resumed.
The Stato election in Vermont takes
Dlaco next Tucsdav. tho first day of
September.: Tbo officials to bo elected
aro governor, lieutenant, stato treas
urer and Cvo congressmen. Tho State
has boon largely Republican.
llERK'Hriohncss for you. Says
tho
Massao Journal of Saturday last :
It took John II. Oberlv two days after
the HanUblican Conontlon at Mound
Cllv. to find out tho namo ot that "fami
liar poem" (to familiar to school boys ;)
ho hai not yet learnod to tnako a proper
quotation from J'atrlcK Henry, out sta','
caraal it like blind cuoso huntlni; for
water, and, among a fcrloi ot other blun
ders, ho calls XI. U. Ulanahan one of the
nominee! AbaUo Clanahan, Such wis.
dom U "mighty leldom."
"We're sorry for Jones, but can't pre
scribe for him. 3 is caso is bvond our
skill.
IN tho Pennsylania Republican con
vention, one of Grant's postmasters re
quested tho passage of a resolution, de
claring in ccnoral torms, an approval
of the national administration aud
pledging tho support of the Republicans
,of Pennsylvania to Gon. Grant in the
event of his being n candidate for a
&third term. Tbo request was mot with
a storm of opposition and was subse
quently rebuked by tho adoption of a
resolution pronouncing it as tho opin
ion of tho convention that Gov. Hart
tinlf'is qualified to adorn " tho pro
sidential office. Pennsylvania Rep
ublicans thus tako the lead on the third
tUrm question.
A correspondent of the Cincinnati
Enquirer, writing from Now York,
gives tho readers of that paper sonic
facts and figures-regarding advertising
iu the great city. IIo estimates that
nearly fifteen millions of dollars a year
are spent in tuo various forms of adver
tising. As might bo suppose J, inquiry
reveals tho fact that the heaviest pat
ionizers of printers ink' aro the "solid"
men of tho city. A. T. Stewart spends
nvc Hundred moueand dollars a year
in advertising. Lord & Taylor, an
other firm of mcrohant princes, din
burse two hundred and fifty thousand
dollars annually in tbo name way,
Barnum pays tho printers four hun
dred thousand dollars a year aud Hon
nor, tho Ledger man, half that amount,
And so on through the list. Tho ex
perience of tbcfo men shows that it id
nolonger a debatable question whether
advertising pays.
i MAUY PO1LEU0V.
Tho cato of Mary Pomoroy of Jor
soy City, is a sad one. She was orgau
Ysf'tlf'thochuroh of tho' llov. John
Qlcndenuing of Jersey City. Her
graces, of mind and perou attracted
the attention of" the pastor, aud
itbef result of their ncqnai.
tanco was a marriage engagement.
This was known to all thoir friends
and irhen some tiino biuco it becamo
evident that Miss Pomcroy had met
tho fate of me who loycd not wisely
but too well, suspicion pointed at onco
to Glondenning as tho author of her.
rum. A few dnya ngo Mary rpmoroy
died. Her dcntiirdStl' n'bl covcrho?
guilt nor liido licr euaino, nor tinng iS
poutanco to licr lovcrT He? w6rso tlian
orpliancl,balo is tlio unfortunate, ovi-,
donco ol tlio furuicr, and tbo man who
ruined and deserted licr denied tbo
crime mid nsicricil tbo character ol' bis
victim. Hut death wa? u kind friend
to Mary l'otncroy. Living, sbo would
have been an ob'icct'of cenpure, if not
of ncorn. Dead, slio wan regarded
with nothing but lender pity and sym
pathy. Tbu indignant vriieo of Jersey
City, in njpublio meeting,, 1ms warned
I
tlio faithless preacher that
lie
must
1 nnvn lm Atv. riovcr to return to it ns
a placo of residence. The sontenco is
a just one,, and tlio wholo country will
applaud tlio punishment, visited upon
tho baEoncjss represented in the person
of llov. Joint Glcndoniiing.
THE ' SCANDAL.
!
Tho Latest Developments.
Ojifclal 10 hieago irlbtini'.j
. Nkw York, Aug. 23. There. Is n
dearth of now In regard to tbo JWcber
'tui ...,,,..!,. Tho atnleinents now
l.nlrnr written nbd tbo proceedings at lw
which nre bolni: fnititutod will soon rovlvo
tho wholo lubject. Mr Tllton, In bit nuw
itntemont, Will tnako an iituo with Mr
lleecher upon overy tentencooi iiinuoniai.
To do thin Mr Tllton ny lie will reply
to all tbo vital points in tlio eiaiumcm oy
documentary evidence. "Whether or not
ho will ndduco In thlsitatomant new ovld-
OUCO IQCSiauuBU iigvu.ici ;un.
Tillon dooi not lay, but tho preieat In
dictioni aro that eomo lolteri roRardod by
hit counsol a Important will bo hold until
tholr lntroductionlnacourtoflaw. Ho will
not feck to include In this document any
of tbo poilllro tcitlmeny of individual!
wbloh can bn vutlsl Actcrily producod In
tbocourH. Mr Tllton claims thntitboro
ii littlo need for him to jpaak 7igiUn ox
cept In the courtt lor ttio cako of pro
ducing tcftirnocy. Ho(ftj ho Ii pleased
with the pojiuon oi vuo puono n repro-
tented oy tno prct! oi mo couniry nou uy
prlvato cominunlcntonf, and that ho will
mako n roply to Mr. llotchfr mo-oly bo
rauiH bo tcsards tho Intter'i statement as
Ingeoloui anil calculated, from iu np
iinrent sttcneth In icmo partf, to mitlea l
portion of the public, llowovor othura
regard iho wholo julct, Mr Tllton ays
hn has novor been moro certain of tho
nbtoluto stronghtcf hii catu than ho It
to-day. '
MRS. TIt.TON'rt fUtVATS CVFSCTS.
It wai montlonoil tn Tho' Trltmno of
Mondav that M.rTIHon had wrltton to Mrs
Tilton'a counsel regarding corgpriyaiu
ofTucts. Upon roeolpt of tho letter Mr
Vheeler wont to Mr Tillon' homo and
two largo trunks woro dolivorod to lilm for
Mri-Tilton, lcr which ungavo ins rocuipt.
In view of the future suits at law Mr Tll
ton could not (nscordlng to his counsel's
advice) Fond those things to tho houso of
nny one with whom t be might bo stuying
without projuuicing uu caso.
FRANCIS 11. CAIU'CSICU
w&t hoard from yostordy mnmlnc,
throui-h n lottor dated ut North AYoodn,
Nuw York, 26 miles from n posVofllco.
Tho lottor fpoko with contompt of tho ro-
cnt cbarges ol ulackrnail ngainBi mm nnu
Moulton, and declared tbut thoy wero
concoctcl by Mr. lloaclior'a lawyers slnco
air. niton's sworn otntomout was pro
sauted. Mil. IIIICHKKS INVK5TIUATIN0 COK-
MITTKK.
mot this ovouing ut tho homo of Com
mitteeman Storrs, tn Monroe placo,
UrooMyn. None of tho counsel woro pre-
sont. Two witnosioi woro questlonors
unnn unlntB involTOd in doubt, iho wit-
nofsos wcro a ladr of about CO yenrs and a
young man or V!0. Who thoy wore could
rf . . . m t.. ...lit .......
not un learnou. ino corauunuu wm muu.
again to-morrow ovonlng, but not nt Mr
Storrs' houso. "Whero this will bo they
docllno to say. Thoy havo taken no aetlon
nn tniilton'i stntomcnt. Thoy (ay tho ro.
port will cortalnly bo given on Friday
night.
THE GALLOWS.
Hanging of Five Men
One Drop.
ut
A Ghastly Spectacle of Rotri
butivo Justice.
THE FIVE MURDERERS OF
EASTWOOD PAY THE EN
ALTY OF MURDER.-.
Tbo following accoun.of tbu execution
of the murderers ut' Kaitwood in.Auuimi
ticn iiariib, u unlata ii from tho New
Otleaut Times of August 'li. Tho mur
derers went on board Klbhi Kaitwood's
boat, butchurod bim In celd blood, and
robbed bU boat of everything thoy could
carry away;
The morning openod with n m'ld sun,
and the air was balmy and Invigorating.
It teemed to bo a morning specially dj-
4 Seated to Joyousneis and chuur, and that
no tuch thing ns black Hag should bo
raised aloft to catt depruislon and fear on
tbu beholders. Hut on this bright morn
lug, so full of proiultu for glorioui uay,
ono ofthomost linproislvo aud terror-Inspiring
acts over heboid In tho United
Stalot was committol. Alroady, at 0
o'clock In the morning, the neiio of many
armed men was heard throughout tbu
court houso squaru, and tbo euro was en
gaged In colebrr ling mats in the prisoners'
cell. Numbers of people were pruient,but
they .walked with a solemnity of bearing,
Insti'notivoly keeping lime Willi tbo meus
urod throb of tho uuhappy men IntlJo.
nil: caown.
Tho sherlll'bad some Uro hundred men
under arms, whom ho arranged in lines,
placing two lines on hither, sldo of tho
court houie and ono on both fences. TJio
people, oxcopt such as rocolved special
porinlision, wero tbm kupt from appro
acbiag tho gallows, but Irom their post
tloos puttldu a full view of .be torrlblo In
clrumnnt of death was onslly obtained.
Tho utmost onlur pruvailed among tbo
people, and all sjinko, even for tbo poriod
of two hours, in low whispers, m though
fearful of dliturblng the impreulvo quiet
Rets that reigned around. An Immenio
numbr ol colored' "Women woro there,
who, for tho most part, brought tlieir chid
ren to witness tho spoclftcle. At 10
o'clock
I
TUK UA90MAN
Ml
appeared on tho platform and commonuod
groiing tao tores with tbe skill of a prac
tltioter. Tilt tlgure wai tall. aiid'Jio whi
evidently a white man, and ''simulation
was rife as to bis Identity. Ho woro a
whjto skull cap and black domlco, which
cotnplefoly obscurfdjftiia'ptrion. and at
taokwWoatuUo.glrdlo Wund his body
M a bloodjrddicatj 'J
'pnisappoarnncb was tn kecpiug with all
iha 'torrlblo' jiarphirnalU around htm,
olid of tho two, tbo (jallows .was tho moro
agreeable ipoctaclo.
At 0:15 tho appearance of tho sheriff
ot thd Jll doer whs tbo signal that tho
condemned innn worn being led to execu
tion. Tho low ebnltor union c. tho crowd
conned, and nil gaaed broittblp1y ut the
point of oxll. Soon tbu sherlll' led tbo
way up tho mops of tho icall'old, and
jdun Hoas
followed cloo behlml him, walking with
'it firm and determined gait, but with nu
appearniico whatuvnr d bravado. Tho'
hangman and priest brought up tbo pro
cession, and tbo formor having adjusted
tbo rispo around his neck, retired for tho
noxt' victim? Hon was perfoetly cool
rnnd collected, and making a slight Inclina
tion or lilt head to mo tnroubiog multi
tude, said with a loud voice, "liow d'ye
do to-day, my friends, ono end all." A
loW'oxclamallon of surprise, 'and evon re
lief, ran through thu crowd, andthcro was
not a hdnrt In that Immense coucouroi
that did not feel Immoasilreably rcllovcd
at this cxlllbltlon of courago on tho part
of tho untorlunato man.
JAS. WILLIAMS
neat nadonded tho trap, hU bearing erect
aud dauntless, and walking with an easy
and firm tier to tho placo assigned him,
which Was next to Hon. Ills llrst words
wcro, as tbo hangman Wrs adjusting tho
nooto round bis neck, "Heboid the army
of Uod," and thon ho stool firmly on tbe
nlHiroriii, nnil ovan imiltvi anu ooweu
jib recognlzaJ nuiuo acquaintances In tbu
nsiouibfy. Noxt came
JAMES IlOllKIITHON.
IIo airondod with his wooden leg without
assistance, and took the middle placo on
tho trap without speaking or changing his
litco rrom ono monotonous iook or niiensu
misery and acuto contal tull'tring. Uut
bo stood straight .n his place and teemca
thomostMtterly forlon of tho unhappy
qulntetlo, with no friends to recognize,
and seemingly conscious of but few sym
pathizers In tho crowd.
ANDKRSON l'lRUY
next took hit p'aco beildo Kobsrltou,
dauntless as the rest, aud smiling as tbu
hangman performed his prollmlnary rune
lions: ANTOI1IK MAUKltU
wound up the procession, and stopped on
tbo platform with very riductant gait,
while his hoad rested dispiritedly on ono
eidu. Tbu baiigtuau put tbo nooto round
hit nook, aud during tho praccts Maurice
vluwed him with looks expressivo of the
doopest contompt fur hit unpopular oltice.
Thoy woro alt drotsod In clean linen
shirts and light pants, with gloves and
wbitu tecks. Tbelr arms wjro, es usual,
tied behind their backs.
All tbo men having beon placed in posi
Hon, tho hangman retlrod und the priest,
with tlolo on, recited prayors a'oud, aud
was accompanied by tho men. ShorilT
lleluln noxt rudo up near the scaffold be
tween two Uoputlot, anu roau tueir several
(loath warrants in a ioiiu voico. this uav
x concluded, ho nskcu tho 11 ret man
John Kots. if ho had anjthlnc to but,
ltoss snoao verv calmly anu uollhoratolv
for a short time, noither denying or admit
ting his participation in the uiurdor of
Kastwood, but itatlng that he was willing
and ready to die. and fully prepared to
meet hn Uod. In a ringing and un'ultcr-
in voico hi pointed to himsulf as an ex
nuipie ot tno onu tnat muit inovitauiy in
suu from it mifsnent lifo, and oxbortd
peoplo to remember this fuarful warning.
James Williams aaurosseutne peopioai
tbe top of his voice, and asserted I inno
cence of O.o crime for which be was about
to Bailor, bat denlared he wat willing und
roady to dlo. IIo was goint;, he said, to
where thuro wero no moro jails, nor
judges, nor any juries to defraud a man of
his lire. Uo concluuou in too usual way,
about going to glory, and meeting bit
frlQcdt. Tins tpeuch was dollveied In so
lmiiastlonod a maimer tbat his face k-
came r ufl'used with blood, and nil eyes
woro almost starting ftom their soekots.
In a regular paroxysm, ho would jump
and dar.co on the platform, while the ropo
dangled around bis nock, and with bis
last words be wont oil' in a swoon which
terminated not till be swung from tbu
platform, Ills oxcllud and hyetorio man
nor Btruck terror in tho hearts of tbo bo
holders, aud whon falntnoss llnally over
came him, 'twas lcarod by tbe crowd at
Urtt that ho had burst a blood vosiol. A
obair was placed for him un the platform
ami bis face and hoad bathed with water,
but all U'ortt.at rost 'ration woro unavall.
Inc. 11 romained In tbat condition till
ho died.
Koborlson noxt spoke, but his voico
was low and husky' and it was impossible
to catch all tho words, lie alluded to
bis eoid mine, but didn't lo.ato It, and
Huld that ho had ollcrod to show It to tbo
governor, but not as a hopn of pardon.
Perry commencod by saying: "You'll
know me, all, wlion wo moot In heavon.
(od is my captain, and ho promised to
tako moovur. Jesus was porsocuted and
1 can boar persecution rnysulf.and ho will
.lake mo to glory." He concluded by ask
ing bis mother, who was wuoplng in the
crowd, to raise his child In a Ood-foarlng
way, and proclaiming bit wllllngnuss to
dlo. lie, too, denied bit guilt, though
bU contusion ot complicity has boon filed
in tbe governor's olHco for tomo time
back.
l'loully camo Maurice, who spoVo In
the samo strain as l'erry. Ho denied his
guilt, also, nnd alluded to the persecution
of men as such that cannot affect tbe soil,
Ho was not scared of dying, he taid ; ho
grloved only tor the way he died. In a
faltering voice, ho conjurod tho pooplo to
pray for him, and at ho uttered hit last
words he burst lute tears.
A final effort wn then mtdo to revive
Williams, but It wai untuccuislul. The
priest was butlod In going from man to
man and wblporing In tholr cars, and
ilnully tho scaffold was left to tho hang,
man alono and his victims.
At this point tho spectators wero
workod up to a stato of oxuitemont which,
becauso silont, was opproiilvo, and all oyes
woro tlxod in steady horror on tho saffold.
Tbo two tldu-bcamt supporting tho plat
form woro romoved, and tho hangman
detconded to the ground, awaiting tho sig
nal which was to transport live human
beings into eternity. In a moment tho
shoriffgavo it; tbo hangman approaohod
crouchlngly, and, striking tbe wedge, the
trap Tell, and tuo llvo mon dropped with
a hoavy thud to within about tbroofeet of
tbo ground,
TUK XTYKCT OK TIIK CROWD.
Tbo men no sooner dropped from tbo
trap than a tremor.doui exclamation aroto
from tho crowd. Such was its suddannets
and force that a number of horses on tho
road took to flight, and caused a Kunoral
stampede, in wblc,h nobody wai hurt.
Iloro nnd thero women might bo seon
fulntliiL' on tha irround, and tho men stood
by, rivetod in horror, and incapable of ao
tion. After the swing causod by tha falling of
tbo trap, a strong muscular action
was obsurvod In tho oxocuted men as thoy
endeavored to ralso themselves up. Not
hing furtbor than this was obsorvod, ex
copt In tbo caso of l'erry, who kfckod
violently throe different times, and then
dropped helplessly. All lived about six
minutes ironi too time ot tuo ran,
Tha bodiis wero turned over to tho
Cathollo priest, who contemplates Inter
ring them In a remoto part of bis own
burial ground.
.-sW.J'W '
FIHST NATIONAL
, 01' CAIIIO
BANK
It. W. MILLER, rrrsldont, Vrr
.!. M. fill I.I.iPtf. Urn PrcslslMit.
OHAX. CUNNINGHAM, CaMiler.
UOIiLEOTlOKS I'KOMl'TI.V MADE
EXCIIAN01',co!n, banknote-it id United
Stittet securities boiujbt nnd Hold.
Interest nllowrd on lime deposit.
THE CITY NATIONAL
BANK-
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL
$100,000
orriciHs.
MM'. H.VLl.lDAY. l'rehldonli
HKNltY It. ItALI.IUAY, Vlcu l'rcsldft
A. II. HAFKOUI), CaMilor;
WAI.TKH HY.1Llr, AaaUtant C'anbler.
MllllOU""'.
8T.SATX TlYLOK, It. II. CU.NN1NOU.4M
J, ),. IUM.IIIAV, V. 1'. IlAI.LItlAV,
(I, I). WtLLIAMkON, STKI'IIK.V lllltll,
A, II. .SAKVUItU.
Kxrlinnge, Coin nnd Unit rd. States
liouus nought nnu Noid.
DEPOSITS rrceivedand a general hanking
uusiucss uone.
KNTEKPIUSK SAVINGS HANK
CIIAUTF.KEl) MAKC11 Ul, 1SUI).
CITY NATIONAL UANlC, OAIHO.
okvickiis :
A. II. SAEKOHD, 1'rcMdcnt ;
H. S. TAYl.OJt, Vlce-l'rckldent;
II. HVSLOl', (secretary aud Treasurer,
siuiCToits;
P. M. lUllCI.AV, ClIAS.OAMmiKIt,
V. M. Stoukvi.ktii, l'ADI. (. ffCllUII,
It, II. CL'.NNI.NOIIAU, II. L. llALI.IDAV,
.). M. riiiLLirs.
INTEIUCST paid on deposits at the rule
of tlx per cent, per annum, March Ufeand
September ltd. Interest not svlibdrawn Is
added Immediately to tho principal of the
depoilti, thereby giving them compound
Interest.
MAU1IIED WOMKN AND CIIILDI1KM MAY
DKl'ODlT MONEY AND NO ONK KLBK
CAN DKAW IT.
Open every buslnef h day from !i a. in. to 3
p. in., and Sutn'.dny evenings tor ravlugs de
posit) onh, irom 0 ton o'clock.
YV. HYSLOl'. Trcaiurer.
IS IhCKLL ARKOCH
R. SMYTH &, CO.
WIIOI.KSAI.E
LIQUOR )E ALEltS
No. (iO Ohio heveo,
(JAIHO, ILLINOIS,
R. JONES
Boot &, Shoe
MAKER,
Commercial Avenue,
neiwceo Tcntn and Eleventh Utreett,
OAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
Is prepared to fill orders without dolay.
lie has a line ttock of iiurcrttd leather on
hand. Just received from Ncwiicrk, and ha
put down tborrlcca to lye lowest notch.
8-4 Mm
B. F. PARKEft,
(Succossor to 1'arker & Ulalco,)
Dealer In
PAINTS & OILS
VARNISHES,
BRUSHES,
WALIv PAPKR,
WINDOW GLASS,
WINDOW SHADES
Ami the cclcbraied Illuminating
AURORA OIL:
llrois' lluildlng, IHhrJt.Js Oomercial Ayi
CAIRO, ILLS.
COFFINS
AT WILCOX'S 1ILOCK 1'OU HI. 00
w-o-e-tf
COMMINMOKr JIKIlinAWTO.
Z, D.MathOis . E.O. Ub
- MATHUSS &, UHL,
Konvardlug & Gcncial
Commission Merchants,
; Dcilort. In
KliOlJll, (iltAIN, HAY AND
WKS'lKHN I'llODUOK.
Onto Lkvke,
C'aiho, Ills.
W. Strntton. ' rd
n
atJSTflATTON & BIRDS,
WHOLESALE GROCEHS
-AN
ommission Morchants.
Agcnla-'Amoricau PowJor Company,
n? omo AiyKK. c.-tfi'o.
Wood Rittonliouso & Brother
-ANI-
Gr.NKUAL C'OMMIHHION MkUCIIANT,
i:i;i Ohio Jjovcc, Cairo.
U.AYKHS. K. .1. AVK
AYKR3 & 0(J.,
P L O TJ- H,
AND
GINIBAL COMMISSION MKilOHANTS
No. 7H I.Jivan.OlllnOAian. I r.lja.
J. LM. PHILLIPS,
KOItWAllDlNO
Commission Merchant
WllAUKAOAT I'ROI'lllKTOR.
I'repreparcd to forward all kind ol
Proight to all point.'
t3rHu"liif Hi'nttt'inli'd to yromplly.
C. CLOSE,
(iKItKUAL
Commission. Mcrch fin i
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Planter, Hair, c.
OHIO LEVEE.
83TI wHI cell In carload lot.s at maniilae
turcm prlccis adding freight.
JOHN B. PHILLIS Su SON.
(Succe.or to John It. I'lilUm,)
General Commission
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Dealer In
HAY, CORN,
OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, &c.
igenls for LaQin & Rand Powder Company.
COll. TKNTH ST. OIIlOM2YfX,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MILLER & PARKER,
General Commission
FORWARDING MERCH S,
Dealers Iu
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, So.
Agenta fur Fairbauk's Scale?.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS,
U. A. Thorns u. O. Thouu
THOM8 & BROTHER,
Succesosn to 11. M.Iiulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
AND DI1ALI8 IN
Dtil and Fauoy (Jrorrrlra,
foreign and Domestic
104 Commercial Avenue,
OAIHO. . ILLINOIS.
N. II, Thlstlewood. r. J, ThMlewood
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
GENKItAL,
Commisssion Merchants,
ISouItrn iu
Flour, Corn, Oata, Ilay, Ao
Km. 78 OIIIQ LKYKK,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS
COFFKY, HARRISON & CO.,
(UucccBSora to 1), Uurd;& Son.)
3Toaa'WA.iax)i3sra-
AND
Commission Merchants,
n.OUH.UBAIX ANI HAT,
Vo 03 Ohio Levoe, CAIltO, ILLH
NEW XUKK. SXOxtiC,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
L1BOVST VABIITY STOCK IM Til IS CITT
OOODUBOLD VKHYOLOBK.
(amci of Mimetxentli nsrt nurt Cout
merctul Atenns
OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
U. O. l'ATUCU
WOOLOTT'S PAIN PAINT
Cures all kin ds ut pains. For salo by
U Alt CLAY IIKO'S.
FINN AND METZ
ni()LIALK
Kiim Mi)
IJFJTjSIvLB.
TWsjtsy BssssBskSsaatV. iiB
BARCXeAlT
Jobbers and
P TTT?
Clicinicals, Patent Mndicincs, IVrfuniory, Soaps, brushes
Toilott Arlicloa, Druggist's Fancy (Jootls, Collier "Vliit
Lead and Oilier Grades, J'ainta, Colors, Oils, Varnishes
Window Glas, Wnx Flower Material, Ti'bo Colors, Dy
Stull's, J'ltc, Jlc, :tc.
Wo Solli it corre.pondriu e and onlcrn from Druggists, I'liyslelaii end Oencrnl Store
iniiuii ur iiunuuu nun iicii,iiio irugi ai jtra.oneiuo i;aies
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
"I Ohio I.cvpi'.
CAIRO.
SGOVILL'S
i a n
All cuinaeous eruptions cri tbo l.tce or
body indb te L
JCs IM1M IU1 CONDITION OF
TJ!K1M,001,
and tlil may. or may mm to m hoi i.i.a; but
Iu cltlicr r;if tin 1 1 - I. iMtblntt more
than an iNrill'Iors l'otio.s lli.it
IIL'UNS i.im: A TDKKlllI.i: run:,
as Iti'ourFei tlirmifli tin vein, .mvliig tatiU
ol doiiih tylih rery iula(1oii.
In 'liW rondlllon ol tbliii;. something U
ni i'ded nt om o to i ! ui' tbu Vood and
SCOVILL'S BliUO!) ANJ)
UVER SYRUP
will po'lllvely cllVct thl ('i-.ideraHllii,
pilling every tinue orlliFiui- Irom the bioilu
itud ybtcm, uud IvuvInK the kMii
SOFT, FAIR AND BEAUTIFUL.
Ilundrcdi of certllloiitc atlent tlx 'value.
I'rlro l it bottle.
JOHN V. HKNRY, CURRANT CO.,
- Proprietors,
X ami f) Cullcgo Place, New York.
ALSO PROi'llIKTORS OF
Hall's llatsam fur the l.unns Carbollr Salve,
IMdy'K Cirbiillo Troiiit", (jxjkoii
lied I til tern fur Dy'imiLiii,
Dr. Miil'V Liver I'lIU
Dr. I!oj,'i-r'c Yi'setublo Wuriii
Syrup, Dr. Ilrniiett,-) Miru Dentb tu
Iintf, Mlcv, ami Vrriiiin, Ku-Im 1 1 ul r I . .
i:te., i:tc, i;n-.
FOR SALK BY ALL URUflti ISTS.
CP-7-:iO-lt-w.
INHUKA.-VCi:
' cTnThughes,'"'
General Insurance Agent
ofkici:,
Ohio Lcvcc, over Mnthuit A; UhlV.
&&Ane Lut jlrtt-clasn Companies
irprcicnteil.
INSURANCES
KSTAIILISIIKI) 1858.
Saflbnl, Morris Ss Ciuulee,
INSURANCM -AOICNTrf,
7 Ohio Lcvco, City National Hank
Huililing, Cauio, Ills.
V lo oldcft fbt'iblifhed ARency In Soullio
Illinois, rcpicsentliii; over
$65 000,000.00.
THE PARKED GUM.
stun stamp ron CIRCULAIt
PARKER BROS
VYCST MERIDEN.CTA
DAMliL LA5l'i:ilT
PASlllONABiK BARBER
AND
Vih'.U Stroet, boU.ren Wiuililngtoii and
Coiuiliorclul Avenue,
UAIltO ILLINOIS.
AND ltKTAIL
PUT m m
BROTHERS
Retailers of
'fl - R.TTn - ft
RETAIL k 1'RESCRIPTION,
VitliIiiglou Ave. cor. Kltrhtli St
Ait vkhiim;
mu mum.
i ....... ....
Ilr.st iirciiiii i. ImiiM.ir i
iiiilroiiusiilii ill iilu nhuti...... .. a i..
IMIlkf lilt lllflfi- linuLtl.l.. .11
iMistumtirtuiMv that ho In ho nreimrrMl
iui iiuhi imiuu iiuinnv 1 1. 1,1, ii ii
II .1 .... t. A t.
1111' Mi:UIII II 11 II II I lilt Mill llli In at I ft ...,.
" ' -
lill.lt'n ii lifluti.il lt.iit1l.lll 4
' I'lr'lllni. iiwmnrlv slltf .tl...l,..l .. m .
-r- ...... iiuiiri ssi
; ellicncloiw. hut VIIOKVKIt IS IS A
I'LACi: LAIUJi: L.VOUUH TO SUP.
run r a m;iv.spapi:u will fimi
THAT IT IS Till: CIlL'APL'ST.MKIlim
TIIKOUdH WHICH TO ADnitK.SSTIIK
pniLic.
vki
ADVEKTISIJ IX
Ire ttltin,
Eobt. "WM & Oo
1180 RIDGE AVKNUH
1'UILADELAHIA, JPENN.,
rountniiiH, Ynxis, Atilmalfl. InmSlftlrs,
Luniii.PnslN, Slnhlo l'lttmiSJ,
Wiro Works.
3AST. WR0U0HT& WIRE RAILINGS
NKW and IMIIOVK1M) ClIAIlt fortheatrec,
Contort and Lecture Jlalls.
Ami a Oouoral Assortment o Orna
mental Iron Work.
ntlmntcit and ilcbluns'. Benton pjetlld.
nn tho clr.M ol work de.Iro
I. coil-U

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