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ITDSDAT.'SEIT. 2S, 1814.
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JOHN BL OBKHLY. Kdltor and Publisher
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For State Treasurer
For .t.per.itcndent of Pontic Instruction
S. M. ETTER.
For Congress Eighteenth D strict,
For lUpre-tntatlv FtlttMh District,
FOUNTAIN 13. A I.BR1GUT,
' TOS PLATrtfttU,
nwiwntiwMniniil Of jfold and tllrer
a the baa! ot tie currency the rc-umptlon
of specie pa ments ns oon it pi.i'lb'le i h
out disaster to the business of tho country,
by steadily opj-osl.g Inflation and by the
payment of tha natlo al iuuelitedui-K In tho
money ot the cW lUcd world.
Bkcoxd Free .'ommercc; no tariff for any
Aer purpose but revenue.
Third Individual liberty and oppotliion
to sumptuary lam.
Fourth The right and duty of the
State to protect It citizens fr.ru exf rton
and unjuit ditcrimlnttlon by tharicicd
nrra Kigiu rastn'tiono' the govern
sent, both State and Vaiimal, to tho I git
lmate doraaln of political power by cxclud
lug therefrom all execut vn and legislative
later-neddllng with the affairs of s.iclcty
whereby monopolies are futtercd, prlvl!
edged claiet aggrandized, and iudlvliTua
freedom unnccetiarlly and opprc shcly
Tho following Central Couitnittco
was appointed by the Republican con
rrewioDal convention that mot nt
Hound City, August 13, 1871 :
Alexander county, O. Y. MeKeaig ;
Jackion, Beol L Wiley;
Johnson, A.J. Aldeo;
Massac, Henry Armstrong ;
Perrr, a. J. Parks ;
Pope, H. D. Baker ;
Palaski, Ueorgi W. Morlt, Sr.;
Randolph. D. K. Mc Masters;
TJnloD, R. B Sllnion ;
Williamson, illlo Erwin.
The following Control Committee
TTM appointed by tho Republican con
vention of tho Fiftieth senatorial dis-
triot, held at .Mound City, August 13,
. Alexander count', 11. K.'WaJDrdgo;
Jaekioa, Szra 0 Fellutl ;
Union, T. II. Foill-ps.
At tho Democratic congressional
onyantion, huld at Anna, September
8, 1674, tho following Coutral Com
mittco for tho Eighteenth district was
Kandolph, Beverly Wiltshire;
Porry, K. tl. Uustw;
Wllliaroson, O. W. Goddard ;
jacason, u w. Andrews;
Union, Hugh Andrews ;
Johnson, I. N Piorco;
Maisao, J. W. Tn rift;
Pope, I). B, Fi Id-;
Pulaski, Obed KJson ;
Aloxander, John-11. Ohnrly ;
At Large, Judge F Brois, Cairo.
The following executive oommittco
for Union county was appointed by
the Democratic county convention that
met in Jonosboro, August 24, 1874 ;
Judge M. U. Crawford ;
O. II. Kroh ;
O. P. lllll.
The loUbwtng State commttteo was
appointed by the Demooratio-Opposi-tion
convention, at Spriugfiold, August
lit Dlitrlct, Kgbert Jameson, Chicag
24 District Vm. .1 Oiiahan, Chicae
81 District, F II O. Winion, Obloago
io .uittrict, a. il iiirr.ngtou,Unnuva.
Sib District, Wm Wright Fre-iport
8th District, J. & Drake, Rock Island.
?th District, Geo W. Ravens, Ottawa
8th District. Wasbinglou K Conk,
Sth District Chts V King, 1'eorU.
10th District, T)-yt& K lled, Onrtbaiio.
Ulh District, J. M Bp.h, Pnt.0W
Fith District K L Mrrlt. Hurlnufls'd
18th District John A Mllrry,UTnH.
sta ui.trict, j it nusljy, ChmnjinlKn
lSlh Distnoi. N. O H ibliiaon. Kffliii'
Ifllh Di'lrlct, O D Unttfs, Ornvii,.
17th District, W II Krume, Edwards.
18tb District. W. II. Grevn, Cairo.
J 8th District, Ja riff. P Koblnsou.Olney,
At Large, W. B. Millur, Chicago.
Al Large, R. W. Townsend, rbawnee
At Large, "Wm. Brown, Jackion vlllo.
Mr. Brown was elected chairman of
Tfielollowmg Central Committco
was appointed by the Democratic con
TerMon tl Alexander "county, at" Cairo.
Aujt ?3, 1874: '
OTear Creek", Thomu J. McClure
Goose Island, O , Urteoley.
Dog Toutb, N, Hunsacker.
HazUwood, Jaruei E. McCrlte.
Thebes, J.U. Kolwing.
f aau If, J. w. lnfrow,
Usfltv, Vf. 3. Mlllord.
sj.2? rhitSw"1 MrtelM, Harrell,
T y H' y ",1tJ,,rn' Carroll. '
Boutb, mifo; . n II,0(Wrfa4D1JJln
Mowle J .fan Hivar. nd Dr. D, Arter.
Ik rollowlnp Central Committee
WU tfp olBleiby tht Dmocralic-Lvib.
oral convontion (lint met at Aunfi,
September -1, 1874, and nominated
candidates for tho legislature in the,
Fiftioth Senatorial District t A '' S
Aloaodor, D F.Blake, J O Lyncb " -Jackion,
1' DUtioA.-.lu'eph Cully.
Union, Oltter Hill, T M Ferine.
AtXarge, TP Hnulcn, of Union.
THE 13M0N COUNTY FAIR.
anna, 111, Sept.
Tho wcok jist has buen one of unprrco
dented Interest and excitement, at least
to the citizens of iunesburo and Anna,
and our (arming community generally.
Tbls is tbe week of tho annual exhibition
of tbe Agricultural and Mechanical iocU
Hy of old Unl n county. As this associ
ation .has reached Its twoutloth year,
great expectations wsre had in regard to
tho county fair, which 1 am glad wore
Tho rain last Monday ntght was oppor
tune and Just what was most needed to
oool tho atmosphere, allay tho dust and
makn it so much thn more plo&sant than
it otherwise would have been. Thursday
waschitfly taken up by exlblbitors mk
log their enlrii-s, cons.quently lbY wete
almost thtt only ones present. Wedner
lay, at an early hour, it was appatent,
Ir.im thn tontr Mid di.nselv crowded linn
o " I
of vehicles and horsemen and pedestrian"
. . . ,i - ,i.,t ,t,M r.rJnnToal roacs
I lanl cou.inuaiij r r
hotainic to Jontf (bat tbe tbn wns
congratulate itself, and in truth may feel
Justly proud, for everything went on like
lock work, and gave entire satisfaction
to the dense throng of the many thou-
nd present daily. With onu exception,
c 'tnmeniiation wis bestowud by all
Tbe single oxceptlon was the admission
of some gambling wheels of furtune, thn
manipulations o( wbl b seemed to shock
be moral sensibilities of many, who were
loud in their denunciations of tbls leatu.ru.
I be dliplay of this valuable anlinnl
vim b-ttnr than ivr bxl'nre, shuning ibAt
our farmers are thking tm-roH in Ibe
impn.VKment of this brnncn of thvir usu-
till calling. Harry Hill, flno bUc etal
linn, reared in Alexander county, form
erly owned by Mr Irvin, look tbe tlrst
and highest premium. A largo number
of entries were mad in tbls cla, and
some 11 lib brood marcs and colts wcm on
exhibition. Cattle, too. showed a inaiii
feat Improvement, both In blood and num
ber, while tho Houthdown and otberaheep
wire equal to any former exhibition
Bnlne were splendid, plainly showing, to
gether with tho large exhibit of Indian
corn, sum of which was VI foot high,
and, like tbe hog, heavy eared, that tbls
Is tbe place for hog and hominy.
There vforo many wagons aud
buggies on exhibition which would
equal any factiry gotten up not only In
a neat lid substantial, but tasty and elo
Tbe fine art gallery was large, spacious
and airy, and replete with Quo oil paint
ings, neb and rare flowers and plants'
both Indigenous and exotic, noatly and
tastefully arranged by the superintendent,
forming as doe a display as wo havo ever
setn. inu long lino or jnn, jelliei,
pickles, and other condiments, attested
the culinary skill of the good housewife,
while tba rolls of rich, sweet butter, and
tha profuse display of fine wheat, corn,
rye, oats, potatoes, pumpkins, peas, buans,
etc, proved that skilled and scientific
husbandry Is tbe rule, and not tbe excep
tion, In boutbern Illinois Somosplondil
furniture, ns well as saddlery, llkewiso
plows, harrows, wboat fans and cleaners
attested tbo skill of tbe mecbsnlcs. Quit
a collodion of arcbelogical specimens of
tbe stono ago, as woll as modern terra
cotta and pottory ware, was on the
About 6,000 people (sorao estimate
m re) were in attendance here on Thurs
day, and nearly as many on Saturday.
Tbe ndlspensable side-show, with the
fat woman, the small woman, tbo spurious
Circassian woman, tho terlfllo boa, edu
catod pig, white monkey, and thn nnw
and attractive " Punch and Judy," were
.. . V. .. j .. ! . r i. ....
qu iuu gruuuu, rvajuug n nuu utrvmi
from the curiosity and credulity of tbe
good pnople, grangers aud all. Flno ''fly-
log dulchmen ' serve to continually do.
llgbt the rustic belles and beaux and little
children Thirty standi for refreshments,
two largo cuisines, with well ordered din
ing balls attached, aldod in supplying tbo
wants of tbe Inner man. Tbe most in
teresting of all displays was tbe old set
tlers' dinner on Thursday Some eighty
or one hundred venerahJo groy-haired
sires, with their matronly companions,
sat down to an elegant an.) sumptuous re-
psst, prpted for the occasion by tha
larga bearted ladles.of Jonesboro, which
gave general satlslaction, as attusted by
tbe zi-sl with which they partook of thf
riuh vltnds with which tbo table w.
loaded. Amohg these notables we may
mention that George lUnsakur, tbe sec
ond sheriff of the county, was tha oldest,
and Col Henry, B Evans and lady re
minding one of Jnl.n Anderson, uiy-'Jon
John" was probably tba ntxt. Tben
came Daniel Spencer aod ady, who beast
their progeny at ono hundred and forty
fiv chili' ren, grand and great grand chil
dren, with many others equally worthy of
tueii'ioOj if space would permit. Tba who a
group was photogrnpHil by an artist who
ha'd ho eye to business. I must not omit
to tneotion tbat a good flour was Jaldt
o.verrd by a good awning, at which good
niuiio and a good caller were also pro
vided, and four quadrilles at a time were
ontinually tripping tbe floor, Good on
der was preferred throughout, and socia
bility was manifested on all bands.
Col, William HarlKoll, congrssnonal
candidate, Col. Clslbqrne Winston and
County Clerk Lynch, of your town, and
F. 0. Albright, of Jackson county, were
mong the visitors. To sum up, this was j
by far tbe b--st fair of any ever held in
tho last twenty years.
Tbe fair wouofl up on Frldiy with fta'.i
of iqucsirlpnism by ladles, thero being
four entries. Thn first premium was
awarded to Alla .ln.eplnno Market', of
Anna, and llis ;Retho, of Cohdmi, ntiii at
cUftons(pursb was made up end given
to'MlM Nelllo Kosli f ir tho spirited mnn-
ncr of her riding.
"""Tho "society has ample grounds, good
buildings, and is inn prosporo is condi
tion financially, and wi may safely look
forward for au Immenio Improvement,!"
tbls useful Institution that has already
boon of Incalculable benefit to our farm
ers in stlmu'atlng tbem to an honorable
competition In tho excollenco ( f tbolr pro
Mr. Cal. Hutchlnsln, of tbo flrm of
Davis it Hutchinson, or tho Flora Tern
plo Mills, bad bis left hand badly crushed
a few days ago by getting it caughl In tho
machinery while In motion.
A llttlo son of l'bilip Holman, aecd
four years, died aftar o short Illness a few
Tho urcu.it court (or this weok has been
almost exclusively oo-upicd with tho trial
of Thomas Lentc for tho murder of
Fountain. Tho jury wero of tho opinion
that tha killing wr.s no crimt, but dono in
self-defensx, hence the verdict of acquit
tal. Th" criminal docket has occupied
tbe court no fully that fow or no civil iull
have been tried
Cotton Fnctory tit Fall
icivor Destroyed ly
Livo3 of Moro than Forty
TERRIBLE INCIDENTS OF
Factory Girls Leaping From Lofty
imii: TO BE ORU.Slini)
1,ib (o i hit
Fall River, Mass., Sept. 19.
CHEAT riltE AT 1'ALL HIVER.
Tbu Gruiiiie mills No. 1 in thia
placu burned this morning just after
tho upurutivot) begun work. Tho oper
atives lu thu tpouliug room iu tbu filth
stury were pautc stricken and jumped
l"i otii tbo wiiidown or wero suffocated.
About thirty personii wore killed and
injured, uud ilio dyiug, in number, ir
innuy more. At lti:'Su si. eighteen
charred bodies of killed und a number
of wounded have been recovered,
ANOTIIEr ACCO If NT,
BosTON.J.Sept. 11). The Herald has
the lulluwiiig npecial dispatch from
Fall River: About 7 o'clock A. 3L an
alarm of fire was sounded, but tbo local
ity could uot bo properly understood,
consequently the lircmcu did not reach
Granite mill, No. 1 cn Twelfth and
Bedford Directs, until the flames bud
niado fearful headway. Finding them
selves unublo to cope with thofl.ituoi, a
second alarm was struck and tho re
mainder ot tbo department brought to
the stop. Meantime tho result had
become threatening in the extreme.
As far as can bo learned, under the
present excitement and turmoil, tho
hro origiuated at the tower, in tho
fourth story, and au attempt was tnado
to extinguish it with pails of water,
but iuelTcctuully. During this en
deavor tbu door leading to tho spool
room, which opcus on tbo tower Htair
case, was closed, to keep help back
and prevent a panio, but when the
flames had gained bucIi strength
that it was fouud impossible to quench
them, tho escape of the girls had been
cut off. Tho terrified creatures, with
tho roaring flames on tho lower stair-
caio, rushed in a body for tho fire es
cape, but denso volumes of umoko that
poured into the room and biting flames
forced them back to tho riorihcLBt end
of tho aparimout, at which ond unfortu
nately thero wero no means of escape.
Mutiy in tbo meantime had becomo suf
focated, aud others preferring death by
lalliiiL' to the crouud sprang rccklesaly
from tho windows, and wero picked up
mangled, bleeding, dead ami (lying.
Tho excitement was terriblo, every
mill nearly otnptyiug its contents to
swell tho sympathizing crowd. All
the medical men in the city were
promptly ou hand, 31attrcsses,wagons,
stretchers aud all tho paraphernalia ol
the hospiatl wero promptly furnished
and tho dead and dying and suffering
attended to. It is vortaiti that uearly
thirty or forty lives, nearly all girls,
havo beou,lot,whilo the list of wounded
is probably as great. 'Tho Granite
mills wero Incorporated in 18113, and
mill No. 1 )ud thirty six thousand
ix hundred and forty eight spindles
and eight thousand four hundred looms
aud employed about 425 male and fo
mule opcraiivos. The dirootorsaro Wui
Wm.Ma?ou,J lSlado,10dmund Chaio,.
J.b. Drayton and Ira M. Smith.
Later investigation seems to prove
that tho firo originated in tbe mule
room, having started in from unused
inula beads in charge of a boy named
Samuol Yodii. As aoon aB thi flames
wero discovered by (he lad, hu shrioked
out, "firo," and made his escape. T(io
bpiuner.n in the room tried to cheek
tho spread ol trio, names with uoxns and
sticks, which broke all thn threads at
tached to the midline, r.uort.8 were
made to subdue the firo but ineffect
ually, and whou it was found necessary
to send an alarm the Haines had gath
ered such streught that they were dart
ing trorn tno lower windows. The
upper stury or attic used as a spool
room was at the time ooonpied by ixty
porijons, and the first intimation thov
received ot their danger was u cloud of
dcrmo bliu ling ami suffocating smoke
that swept up tlicHUircaMi and forcod
thorn lo seek safoty in the uorthern I
stccion of tbo building. A young girl
named Katie mith statos that her first
announcement of danger was received
by tho girls from tho other end of the
room rushing towards her shrieking
and crying, tnsny of thorn bo terror
striebn that their limbs becamo almost
useless. Some or fun cirln were pray
in f no d Inmentinir their situation,
whilo others oro bo possessed with
four that they stood Iu muto agony
w.ttchiuc the bravo, conduct of ouo
man who regardless of his own
safety worked with herolo ardor, and
by means ol a ropo lanueu ou tuc
ifrnimil n number of cirls. One tnan,
being completely cut off, mado his exit
to tho roof by means of the Bcuttle,
nud with n rope lowered himself over
the root and to tno grounu in rmoiy.
Unstated that a companion, who was
itmt behind him. had fallen back suf
Inr.itml. MnnV 01 1110 Ciris Docarac
. - ,. .i i y
tincontoious from fricht cro the flamcx
reached them, and though the number
of the lost nt this writing is unknown.
it cannot bo but great, bomo leaped
from tho windows, preferring to be
crushed and maimed titan burned, and
tho shocking, heart rending sights
that mot tho cyo on all sides woro ago
nizing. Tho wailing of tnothcrsroth
era and sisters over their dead was tcr
rililn to hear.
Tho loss of life by fire at Fall River,
. 1 iMnH,w ninn Tit.
as lar as Known is inmuj-uiuv.
loss on property 8500,000.
Tho following account of lh firfl in
Fall River to day is takeu from a dis
patch to tho Boston 'Journal': Mills
numbering 1 and 2 of tbo Orauito
works had been runuing about twenty
tuluutcs, when thu operatives in No. 1
wero startled with a cry of fire, and
the escapo of tinoko camo from the
fourth story. In this next to the
upper floor was tho mulo warp spiuning
department, and fhore wore nearly 100
girls at work under male overseers.
On tho upper floor, or fifth, about UO
girls were employed spooling and
warping cotton. Those were tho
youngest of tho operatives. With tho
alarm the tiames seemed to leap to this
attic, coming from tho windows below
uud up thn great tower in tho centre of
tho building in which were ull the
etairs eomuiuuicating with each story.
The fire caught in tho mulo spin
uing room in tho northwest end of the
mill, from friction innjho mule heads,
uud spreading by means of oil on tho
iloor mid about tno macnincry mu
great quickness rushed towards the ecu
tre tower tho only means of escape for
thojo in tho fourth and fifth storieB,
besides four firo escapes, two at each
gablo eud. Onco getting into the
lower the flames ran up to and through
tbo single cnlranco to tbo fifth story,
then springing to tho roof timbers
filled tho two great rooms 450 by 90
loot with denso black smoko aud flames.
Whilo tho flames wero making such
terriblo headway the operatives becamo
l'drlv wild. The overseer saw thero
wi no way possiblo to cheek tho fire
and called to them to save inemsoives.
and pointed out ways of escape, prmcii:
allv bv firo ladders. Tho ovcri-ecr of
tho pooling-room, who remained until
nearly suffocated, states that the scene
iu his room, and it must havo been
worse than m tho Toom below, cannot
bo described Children ran about cry
iuir uud bectrint: nitcously to Do saved
yet wrcuohing themselves away whou
'.... .tkln .-I-..,, in tm Inu-prml. 'I'hero
was yet somo chanco for escapo
through tho iron ladder that reached
to tho two scuttle windows of the south
eud, opening at tbe hoid of Twelfth
strett. It was impossible to get a great
maiontv to tako even this uiciiiou
to savo their lives. Some wanted
clothiug ; others something else.
As the lire Irigutcned them away
from their ladders thev rushed to th
windows at tho south gablo end, nearly
CO feet from tho ground, but dared not
jump down. Uolton ropes woro put
out lor thorn to slido down by, but no
sooner would a ropo bo lowered than
thero was it rush for it from tho story
below. Too many would take hold,
aod it would break, and all clinging to
it would como down in a bunch, bun
ilar scenes wero going on in the mule
spinniuc: room. Tho flames had ns
ceuded rapidly to the cntranco of tho
tower on the fourth floor, cutting off
this means of escape ; but tho opera
tivci had two ladders of tho south
gablo directly before tlioin, aud woro
urged by tho oitizons and overseers be
low to tako tbera. Somo did ; but
others rushed headlong upon tho bal
cony and dropped or threw themselves
from them, Tho re was ample timo for
evoryono to nave been saved had tho
girls, taken tho course directed. Tho
superintendent, as soon as tho alarm
was given, rushed to the upper story
and with tho overseers did all he
could possiblo to savo life. Whon
the means provided for escapo
in the mill wero rendered
uuavailablo by the heat, flames and'
smoke, thu peoplo procured beds aud
msttresscs for the poor unfortunates to
jump upon, and many did throw them-i-cUcs
from the windows to tbo ground,
but in almost uvory osso received fatal
or terriblo injuries. Tho firemen
worked to krep the flames out of the
souih end, wither many of the operat
ives had fled. Ladders, as long as at
command, wero used to rescue the girls,
and it is slid four firemen lost their
lives whilo thus encaged. One fireman
was lowered from tho roof by a brother
fireman into the building, and ro
inained so long trying to drive tbe
girls forth that ho had to bo let go by
tho.-o who held hie rope, driven away
by hmoko, and he was lost. Morgues
and ho.-pitals were speedily improvised,
Mission chapel boiug taken for tho lat
ter, aud as last as tbny could bo picked
from uudcr tho windows of tho mill,
strotohorg wero ready to carry her to
cither Chapel or Central Sjation. At
tho latter placo twenty-five dead bod
ies were soon lying and other unfortu
nates had boon taken to tho station or
homes. In a number of instances
tbny could uot bo recognized, they
wero eo disfigured, begrimed and
jdirt-oororeil. In Mission chapel where
those whoso mfferings wore intense,
every doctor in the city was summoned i
nt tho earliest moment. It is not too
high to plueo tho number killed at 40
and injured ut twico that uumbcr.
Tho fito was uudcr ooutroioMiortiyt bo
fore halt-past 8- Tho, cntito 'roof had
not lallcn tn, nor liau tno womb crum
bled much bolow tho caves of tho uorth
side. Tho flames had been kopt almost
wholly out ol tho building couth ol the
tower, aud so a portion ol tho uurtu
and fifth floors wore left. 'Tho roof
rjprth of the tower fell In and took
with it tho tops ot tho gablo-cnd wall, a
portion ot tho hltli iloor, aud some ol
the side-walls, crushing though tho
third Etory, Tho carding and two
weaviug floors remain intact
The Uranito mills had been tor some
time running full time, and turned out
o,U0U pieces ot print-cloth per week-,
and it is supposed that a considerable
amount of stock is ruined, cither by
firo or wator and smoko. A largo
amount of machinery is also rendered
uscloss, principally that in two upper
Btories. Tho most expensivo is still
irood.and ouginosaud boilers uninjured
Tho insurance, it is gcocrnlly expected,
trill cover all loss to property. It is
reported, however, that tho walls will
have to bo taken down, ns tho granito
of which tho building wes tonstruciod is
cracked by heat. Tho work in otber
mills was suspended that the operatives
might assist iu tho rcscuo if their co-
laborers. Two and three members ot
ono futility are in several instances,
amongthe now Incomplete list ol killed
wouuuoa nnil missing.
Julia Cofloy states that when she
first heard tho alarm of tire heavy col
umtis of smoke burst through the spool
room door. A crowded of little chil
dreu surrounded the overseer aud with
him rushed for tho BtnircaEc, but they
were iotccd back by tho flames. '1 hen
ull ran for tho elevator, but it would
not work. At this junctttre,lcaptng
lrotn windows commenced. A number
of tho men in tho room began uncoil
ing a long ropo to let tho operatives to
thu eround. Several were lauded iu
safety, when it wis burned ufftweuty
fii vo feet from the ground, The smoko
hud become so duuso that those who ic-
mainod crowded to. the wiudowsfor
fresh air, some leaping head foremost
wero killed. Others euflocaied, fell
back uud perished iu the il.itnu-. Tele
grams havo been received from Gov
lulbott aud tho mayor of Ho-aon,L:iw.
reuco aud other points, offering ussU
tanco. A coroucr'e jury haa been sum
moucd to thoroughly investigate the
sad catastrophe. The Granito mills
were incorporated iu 18G.'i, with acapi
tal of Sl.OUO.O 0, and enployed about
-lot) males and iemulc.. I his No. 1
mill had uti insurauc of 8150 000 di
tributcd among I'o-tou, I'rovidcnco
and this Eastern companies. Insu
ranee agents cstimato tho loss at GO per
cent, ot that amount, and that the
vaiuo ot tno portion ol tho mill not
burnt is 8157,000.
OX I G BATED BITTERS,
The stomach l one of the most dellc.le
organs ot the human -y-tem; ml th mdl
gestlhlefood orowa d livo it by th require
merits or modern society, keep It In
A State of i) in ) n - Ir
whl h 's followed by a resort to tnnlc and
a'teratlve- fur relief. It unfortunately h ip
pens, nowever, tuat many or the medicine
used fortblspurpo c contain alcohol, which
poured Into a dlcucd stomach produce Ir
ri tai Ion, creates lnilanutlon, nud dots more
irjury man good.
OXYGENATED BITTERS CONTAIN
out nro a purely medicinal preparation,
Which, in cacs of DYSl'El'MA, HEAUT
BUltS.INDIUhSTION, ai d other like dis
orders, ntonco restores tbo stomach to its
NATURAL CONDITION OF
The OXYGENATED UlTl'EltS have been
the me t popubrrumrdy for tbo above euin
plaln'sfor the last thirty years, and still
mal tuln their unrivaled popularity.
Price 31 por b t lo.
John K. Henry, Cuhiun & Co , Pro'rs.
8 andO Coll ge Place, New York
Vuloan Iron Work
JOHN T. RE;NIE, Ppi
M A 0 H IN E SHOP
FoaoEs and Pirn Fittino,
Manufactured and renairea.
Special attention glycn to light and heavy
forcing, bouse, bridjo. railroad and Jail wort
aud all work of a almllaa charaoter.
Steam and gas fitting In all Its branches.
a mil assortment oi aiorris. miner & cn'i
Philadelphia titno and tlttlnu-B. llraeetrooda
etc., and gas fixtures altvata on hand.
PIPING OF HOUSE FOR GAci
MADM A Sl'KCIAI.TV.
Aaeal for Cameron s snectal steam mimr
and boiler feeder. Tbe best manufactured,
Coil's patent ayphon pumps, and' .ludson'i
patent governor anil Koveruor vuivo,
i no following engines, etc,, lor sale :
Two steamboat engines, 181 ucb bore of
cylinder; five feet stroke, and In good ordei.
UDO aiuauiuijai auaib auu cmuit, WTOl irOU
One enirlne for hoisting freight; 71X16.
One 10X'4 saw mill engine, with tihaft a A
crank for niuly or gang saw, socond hand.
One new 7X12 engine; my own manufac
ture. Also, a Beomd-hind stave cutting ma.
chlno apt) jointer, and warebouto hoisting
Knirlnas aud machinery of all kinds hnmM
H - iim
mi, i s mi
( hemicalB, I'titcnt Medicines,
. uinm .iiviuwi JviuLisva
Lcutl anil Other Grades,
A :.,,1. n A17 T-l
" ...uin. vnic, ii n.v j. iuu
Stuils, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Wn Ck1ll a.irra.aii...-..Unia .n.l
In 11. n tit sl firms!. Itl ntir I ft... alaai.l. ..s
... - - a.Hafiu-iua.a
i-nuu or ittiiiicu nun ii. ii.toiu irugs at itcasonauie Halts
WHUIsKSAIsK & IthTAII,.
1 71 Ohio LfVcc.
n si is-i a-at .....MHa a M
a M rvi L I ta I V I i Im, I. I W lf
tiikn k i i:n -HxtwH at la w
Offllcc Over First National Hank. WWm
William C. Mutkey.
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
t CAT rXi1 R.
Ofllb o: Kltr th lrce' bc'wccn "ottirner
rial sml Wellington r.v hu i. h K-lf.
, GREEN & "J 3ERT,.
IJUU.NSI.Ij IIs l I AW,
tVIIII.im II. (ire' n, -A'illijiiill.
l3T5pcclal ntt M.tin given l Admiralty
tnd dtc.i.i t iuili ess
Office Ohio laoyre Itonnn .7 and 8 nve I
CUT Nailonal ll.mk I
C. N. HUGHES. !
General Insurance Agent j
Ohio I.cvet), over Mathus &, Uhl's.
KSrXoitc but irtl-ctats Oititjmnin
SulTord. 31itIn & Cmidcc.
73 Ohio I.evee, City National Rank
J3uilding, CAtno, I i.i.s.
Cie oldeKt ctabllshcd 'Agency In Soutbo
Illinois, rcpreTeiitliig ovci
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker it Rlakc,)
PAINTS "&f OILS
And the celebrated Illuminating-
dross' liuildlng, 11th S(. & Uumurclal Av
DIl . W. liLAUW
IuierV'Hl'V!V iTfj"0 corner fth 8tn
and aihlngtoq Avonuq. v
( J.l'r It' ll .
n.m in n
Pcrfumory, Soaps, Bruslic
i iiill uuuus. VUI11UI VI 111
Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnishc
M.l !1 rn..l- -TV.
ei aii.iitui Jill, i t uu vAiuinj xjy
(-.. llt..l.l . .
t II - a I.. . .1 Sj II- - . a
a aiaasfia aiii"' ami araiiiair -si tiisitsiiii rarri sin
RETAIL & PI.E.CIIIPTION,
1. ... a a .
uniiiiii.iu aiu, cor, r,i,lllll o
IT? O .
llafsls sahlW U WJA. Ui ftsf Ull UU n A
w - w W wwmm WW
! Family Grocer3,
cop overy lliiutr pertaining to tha
line of Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Woodenware, Vegetable.-., Fruit', Sic,
Choice Dried Beef,
N Breakfast Bacon,
Fine Pears and Peaches for
ran t . ,. i rii' i
f .! - ,
No 32 EIGHTH St.
Eott. Wood & Oo
Fonntulns, V.tscs, AnUrfala. Iron Slain.,
Lamp Poh a, Stablo Fitting.!,
,'AST. WI100QHT& WIRE RAILINGS
JSEWandtMItOVUPD CHAlllfortbeatres, J
uoucvri. ubu iciuxo.uaxia
Aud 1 ri ' GqnorarA'ijsortmeDl o( 'Ona
' - moutal Iron Work
FAd'jfitON AlLB 3ARBEI,(
U.h'h Street, betren tfashington and
Cominercliil Avei ue,