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THURSDAY, EEl'T. 21, 1874.
OfHclnl PHpcrof OwGltr nil County
IOUN IL OUKHLY. Jailor mil PublKkar
TKltMS OFTIUSdIiUY UULLKTIN
Ooe week, by carrier I V
One jtu by oarrlcr, In adreuee 10 00
One year by carrier II tot paid In
advance 'si 00
0ne month, by mall 100
fbrte months 8 00
lx months. 6 is
One year 10 00
TXKUS OT WKKKCT BtJU.TIlt
One Tear (1 00
BVx Months 76
Three Months W
InTarlably In advance.
fading nmllrr on every !.
Democratic State Ticket.
Tor Stole Treasurer
For Superintendent ol Public Instruction
S. M. ETTEH.
For CongTCia Eighteenth lilstrlct,
For Itcpresctitatlves-KJftleth District,
FOUNTAIN E. ALBRIGHT,
i'lBST The restoration ol gold and silver
at the basis ol tbo currency; the resumption
ol specie payments as soon as possible with
out disaster to the business of the country,
by steadily opposing inflation and by the
payment ot the national Indebtedness In the
money ot the civilized .world.
Second Free commerce; no latin' forany
other purpo but revenue.
Third Individual liberty and opposition
to sumptuary laws.
JTouitTU The right nnd duty of the
State to protect Itacitlrens from extoitlou
and unjust discrimination by chartered
rinn Hljjid restriction ol the govern
mcnt, both State and Notional, to the legit
imate domain of political power by exclud
Ing therefrom all executive and legislative
Intermeddling with the affairs orjsoclcty
whereby monopolies arc fostered, privll
edged clases aggrandized, and lndlvldna
freedom unnecessarily and onnrctlvclv
The following Central Committee
was appointed by the Republican con
gressional convention that met at
Mound City, August 13, 187-1 :
Alexander county, O. W. McKealc :
Jackson, BodJ. Ii. Wiley j
Johnson, A.J. Aldon;
Massac, Henry Armstrong :
Perry, 8. J. Parks ;
Pope, II. D. Baker;
Pulaski, George W. Mortz, Sr.;
Randolph, D. It. MeMaeters;
union, n. u oiinson;
"WilUatnion, Milo Erwln.
The following Central Committee
was appointed by the Republican Con
vention nf Ol I'lTlInlli cnnntnrlnl .lie.
trief, held at Wound City, August 13,
Afoxandor county, K. K. Vfalbridgoi
Jackson, Ezra ii. 1'allutt ;
union, x. ii. runups.
At the Democratic congressional
tonvention, held nt Anna, September
3, 1874, tho following Control Com
mittee for tho Eighteenth district was
Jlandolpb, Ueverly Wiltshire;
Perry, E. II. Husher ;
"Williamson, Q. W. Uoddard ;
Jackson, O. W. Andrews;
Union, Hugh Andrews ;
Johnson, 1. N. J'lorco;
Massac, J. W. Thrift;
Pope, D. U. Field ;
Pulaski, Obed KJion ;
Alozander, John 11. Obnrly ;
At Large, Judge V. llrou, Cairo.
The following executive committee
for Union oounty was appointed by
the Democratic county convention that
met in Jonesboro, August 24, 1871 :
Judge M. 0. Crawford ;
O. If. Kroh ;
O. P. Hill.
Tho lollowing State committee was
appointed by the Democratic-Opposition
convention, at Springfield, August
1st District, Egbert Jameson, Chicago
ad District, Wm. J. Onaban, Chicago
3d District, P. II. O. Winton, Chicago
sia unmet, A. it. Harrington, Uenovs.
6th District, Win. Wright, Freeport.
oth District, J. B. Drake, Rock Iiland.
7th District, Geo. W. Havens, Ottawa.
. 8th District, Washington K. Cook,
Ulh TJUUUV OhM. 1. King, Poorla.
10th District, David li. Uoad, Onrlhsco.
lUh District, J. M. Hush, Pittsfleld.
Vv ?,ir!ct' 5L -M"ltt.SpflnKneld.
13th District. John A V.lln.. ti.....
11th District, J U. llosby, ChkmpaTRn.
16th District, 0. D. Jloiles, Greenville.
17th District, W. Ji. Krome, Hdwards-
16th District. W. U. Green. (Julrn
If tlx District. James P. ItoLlnsnn fllnnr
At Large, K. U. Miller, Ohlcago.
At Large, It. W. Townsond, bhanneo-
At Large, Wm. Ilrown, Jacksonville.
Mr. Brown was oleotcd chairman of
The following Central Committee
was appointed by th0 Democratic con.
yentton of Alexander county, at Cairo
August 23, 1874: " '
Clear Creek, Thomas J. Jkciura
Gooso Island, 0. Oreenley.
Dog Tooth, N. Hunsacker.
Hazlewood, Jamw E. ilcCrilo.
Thebes, J. O. llolwlng.
Banta y. J. W. ltenfrow.
Unity. W. J. Mlltorri.
ii -?orlh lr0 ' 11 Metcalf.M II Harrell
U T W Hallldayand J amr s Car roll '
li tt T t i ' ft " uo"tnan, John
im Howley, John Hogan and Dr. D.'a,.,
4 The following Central Committee
i vvmibuui iiiu xcuiucrnitn.i ..1.
eral convention that met nt Anna,
September !, 187-1, nnd nominated
candidates for Hio legislature in tho
Fiftieth Senatorial District ;
Alozander, U V Wake, J O Lynch.
Jackson, 1' Dishon, .loicpti Cully.
Union, Oliver HOI, T M Ferine.
At Large, T P llnuton, of Union,
Tin: numtal convention of the
Cfrand Lodge of iho Pulled States, I.
O. O. F. is now in tesslon nt Atlanta,
The internal revcuuo receipts fur the
mouth foot up at about six millions of
dollars, a sum which is not regarded as
a favorablo evidence that the business
or tho country roviving.
The Whitehall Register' has cut
loose from the Independent Reformers
and flung its banner to the breeze
for tho candidates of the opposition
party in Illinois.
Recknt reports from Washington
tzj tho whole number of United States
soldiers is eighteen thousand, and the
effective forco but twelve thousand,
while tho Tocruiting service is at a
Mn. Jon Newkm., lato president
nf flu Tlltnnla Prtnlml fn!trn.if). nnd
who retain that position nominally uu J
Las accepted tho position of general
manager of tho Lako Shore nnd Mich-
ignn Southern railway.
Senator Uonss, of Nevada, whose
inoomo is rated nt tho comfortable
6um of two hundred thousand dollars
a month, is part owuor ol the St
James hotel, New York city. It has
lately been rcuttod at a cost of three
hundred thousand dollars, nnd in its
luxurious room, it is rumored, the next
Republican candidate for president
will be named, and the plans of the
party for tho campaign of 1870 be laid.
President Grant's cabinet are en-
gaged in a diucussion relative o a
change of office-holders in the South.
It leoras to have penotrated tho brains
of somo of Grant's advisers that such
a stop would probably assist in rcstor-
tng that peace and good feeling so nec
essary to tho prosperity of tho South
and the well being of the wholo coun
try. In the cabinet, Attorney-General
Williams is the staunch friend of the
carpet baggers, and Secretary Fish
their most bitter epposer. Whether
anything will grow out of the agitation
of the question remains to be seen.
Williamson Count- still con
tinues to be tho dark nnd bloody
ground of Southern Illinois. The
lnteat viotim of Ha fcecret assassins
was Mr. Stewart Cult), an estocmcd
cI"'fe of JJa.st s-x M arfe, whoso
unnnieiy fltwg on occurrcu on Inst
ihursday morning. Mr. Culp, on that
morning, left his home in a wagon,
with a load of wheat which ho intended
'to dispose of in Do Soto, .lackonn
county. He reached his destination,
sold tho wheat and started lor his
home. Ho never reachod it alive.
When his team arrived at home, its
owner was found in tho bed of tho
wagon, dead. Tho mystory surround
ing his death is us dark as that which
envelops tho murdor of his unfortu
nato predecessors. Mr. Culp was a
justice of tho peaco iu Williamson
county,nnd since tho midnight hanging
of tho old man, Isaac Vaniel, somo two
years since, had received several writ
ten warnings to Icavo the county, under
Dain of a similar fate. Thco wero
disregarded aud havo lecu fearfully
THE NEW POSTAL LAW.
The now postal law, which goes into
effect Jauuary first, will produce some
radical changes iu business. The re
form of requiring all printed matter,
as well as letters, to be prepaid, has
long been needed, and it has been a
matter 01 wonuer uiuiit was not ac
complished long ago. Tho old system
was a nuisauco to everybody concornsd
publisber,postmastcrs, and the pub
lic, and most of all to tho Government
itfolf, lor tho sjststn of collecting a
few cents quarterly in advauce from
each subscriber to a periodical is so
petty, that muoh has betn overlooked,
and never collected, or never paid
Ry the new system the postage will
be paid by weighf in hulk, at tho office
from whioh periodicals uro scut , so
that publishers of the great weeklies
aud monthlies will be able, in a few
months, to pay the postage on im
mense quantities of printed matter,
sent to one hundred thousand persons,
perhaps, which now requires tho per
sonal attention of possibly ono hund.
red and fitly thousand to two hundred
thousaud people, and a half a million
Aflor the first of January publishers
will be able to advertise to delivor
their periodicals to subscribers auy
whora in the United States froojust as
they do to their next door neighbor at
homo. And the first effect will bo to
lead prous lo subscribe directly with
the publishers to cn.t down their rates
of commission to olub agencies and
postmasters, etc. TIisjo counnissious
have been increased Irom time to timo,
from the competition amougpublishers,
until tho most ridiculous results have
Tho merchants of large cities aro al
ready preparing to Uko udrantage of
tho new law. One of the largest dry
good firms In New York has
issued a notice thnt it will seed sam
ples on application, and transmit goods
through tho mails to nny part of (lie
At a horticultural exhibition utitel
fast, Jrolaud, a bunch of black Ham
burg grapes was shown which weighed
tweuty pounds, twelve ounces.
It is ropirtcd that the Empress of
Russia will go to England shortly on
account of nn important event in the
family of tho Jluko of Ediuburg.
Tho steamer Faraday, engaged in
laying the direct cable, has not been
heard from for several days, ami it is
the impression of tho company that the
cablo has been broken. '
Lieutenant Royno, of tho thirty
eighth British regiment, recently
waiKcu irom Aiuersiiot to London and
back in seventeen hours. Tho dis-
tauco was sevonty unlus.
The president has appointed JJonja
ruin .Af. TJioman, of Iiidaim, oont 'or
ho I'ueblo Indians, iu How Mvxico.
vice J.oivi4, f-cWiriioii, .. M. yimw.
gent for tho Southern Ansrl.n In.
dians, iu tho samo territory.
Razaine will livo in London, and has
taken tho apartmctts on King street,
St. James, that wcio onco occupied by
Napoleon 111. in tho days when he
was called Prince Louis.
Mr. Proctor, tho astronomer, is urg
ing tho adoption in England of our
system of tho publication daily of pro
dictions of tho weather, and says that
m his lecturing touriu this country he
only know theso predictions to bo
wrougtvrico in three months.
Iu England a poor curate, unable to
live on his salary, supported hiuisolf
by repairing watches. This wns re
ported to tho Rishop as a disgraco to
tho cloth. "This must be put a stop
to' said the Bishop, indignantly, and
hu slopped it by giving the curato n
place worth 82,01)0 a year.
At Ouchy, Switzerland, a boatman
pulled out a man who tried to drown
himself, in tho lake. Later ho saw
him hanging on a tree, and left him
alono to enjoy his "fixed idea." He
was summoned heforo a magistrate for
not preventing the suicide, nnd said he
thought tho gentleman had hanged
himself up to dry.
Tho only thing that Earl Russell
ever did greatly was to sneeze. His
achievement in that lino is thus den
cribed by n biographer : "This re
markahlc man scorned to concentrate
himself, as it were, for a gigantic effort,
would be bent nearly doublo by tho
force of the cxplosltion, and would then
divodown into thu flamiuir banner of red
silU,frnm wlilnh.nfW xnvi'ral miimtca of
obscuration, ho emerged with :i cuuut
cnance as vivid as tho back of a scalded
lobster." Tho lato Lord Oarondon
paid: "When Jord John takes snuff
tho couscquenco brings "down the
Tho trial of tho accomtilices in tho
escape ol Marshal Razaino wns con
cluded at Clrasso on the 17th iust. M.
Lachaud, defending Col. Villettc said
his clients' conduct in this matter was
tho most honorable iuoideut of his ca
reer. Col. illetto was tho tvno of
chivalrous dovo.tion to his chief. Coun
sel thon proceeded to examino tho evi
dence in regard to tho escape, and nr-
gucd that it Was in exact accordanco
with tho account given by Mine. Ra
Tho J udco delivered a lcncthv and
explanatory judgment. He considered
that cscapo by n rope was proved, but
declared that Colonel Villesto assisted
in the preparations. The wardens
wore ndjugdud guilty of negligence.
nun ono oi me accm-ou, who lias not
been arrested, nnd who did not appear
for trial, was comdemued in Contuma
ciaii to ten months' imprisonment. Col.
Villetto and Plantiu wero sontunccd to
six months', Doiucau to two, and (ji
goux to ono rconth's imprisonment.
FALL RIVER. DISASTER.
Iletlen of tiie Catastrophe AYlio nre
to lllnuin Kellcf lor the HtiHVrcrs.
Spocl.il DUpstch to ths Chicago 'i'llbuno.j
IloSTOK, Kept. 21 A calm rovlow of
tho mournful mill tragedy on Saturday
mornlur;, and Its numerously attendant
Invldnnts, louds only to the belief tbat a
great deal nf the blame remains to bo at
tached to some one. Tbo lad Yuuoc,
who forgot lo ull the lata) umla-heaU,
must bear hit portion. Tho action of
tho various overseers In llielr rooms, on
discovering the danger, was not, ot course,
criminally wicked, but, to say tho least,
was brutally carelois. Tho ruu"uluery
was allowed to heepupits ceaseless mo
Hod, and from tho very confusion of
noise prevented thu situatlou from bslng
understood at u glance. Thsro wtre
four independent tire escapes runniag up
lo tho fifth story, but tbo attic, nbero tbo
loss of llfo occurred, was unprovldod.
There was a flm-aUrm, but It could not
be rcacbtd. There wuro ample arrange
uitmts for extinguishing fire on overy
story, but they wero useless, becauso the
operatives had not been instructed how to
use thotn, 'lhen, outside, tho Uro depart
ment came to the scono In such a bungling
way tbat it seemed us if thuy had iyen
kept more for ornament than for use.
Their management and working after as!
sombllng was opon to serious criticism
and condemnation. Last, but not least,
is iuo uianio mat wuii come, nuo an
anathema, to tbo corporation for allowine
girls ot such tender age, as many were,
who are now among tbo dead, to work in
the mill. True, they say thoy did not
employ them, but thoy were allowed to
halp slstor or mother, and sister or mother
drew nn additional salary for such stoady
help. It Is sincerely hoped that the les
sen of this disaster may bo heeded, as It
gives a new and unpleasant shock to the
sommutilly in tbo thought of tbo great
danger tbero Is of Its repetition, and where
Is the remedy'' Not In Insldo staircases,
say the superintendents at lall river, but
In outside balcony escapes In the form of
s;airwj s. All of tbo ulrU who woro
spoksn lo en the subject snld that tho
Udder form or flrc-sscapo Is almost uie
ltsr, eves If It can bs rescued. The ex
cltoment in tbo City of Spindles Is sud
denly abating, as nil known distress was
rcllovsd. To day arrangements are still
futtbsr perfected looking to the care of
the wounded, and a cotnmltlio of citusni
li'to co operato with the corporal! .n In
caring for tho wotiiultd and tbo fa'iilll s
of UiekiiieJ. , ,
Tho coronor's jury met tbls forenoon, at
Urn court house, at 10 o c'ock, elooUd J. b
II. French foreman, anil, aficr a few J re
llmharlos, adj.mr..cd U nit
In a latno committee toom In the city
building at 'I p. m. At thu afternoon
session several witnesses gave their testi
mony, nmnng thorn Supt .Ut'Crcory,
wboso slatemunl was sub'tatitlally tho
same as horotoforo published, 'Iho Jury
adjourned at 0 p. m. lo meet naln at 7.30
p. m. At tho evenine, sesilon a largo
number of witnesses woro pffsent, and
the testimony was ve')' voluminous but
In substanco Is tnoroly a repetition of the
(tatements which hnvn nlrnody appeared
In print. Samuel J. Young, a bao boy,
who wns clearing the mulo-heuds. tes
tltUd thnt ba saw Donnls Leary nil the
mule which subsequently took flro; also
saw Loary throw water on tbo (Ire, which
ho had obtslnod from n sink two-lhlfds of
thn length of tho room from tbo Are.
At tho afternoon session, Alfred Ruck
Icy, second ovortcor 3l tbo attic, testified
at treat length. He sUled that If any
one had come to tho attic, as McCrcory
says ha did, and entered the spoolllng
room, bo could not ho'.p hearing the
screeching of tho women and girls in that
room, who never ceased to crom his
( Ilucklo'i) lining and ontreal blm to save
Tlio Imprc'ilon prevail Bonrn.- i.i
n.o rpuiu of the InvesllBBllon will be
A KENTUCKY STORY.
An Old Darkey Cmiotructs n Wonder
ful Machine, mid llccomcs tno Vic
tim of Ills On n Ingenuity.
irromtbo franklin (Ky.) l'atrlot, Sept. i)
Wo referred, a few weeks ago, to an In
vention called 'perpetual motion," con
structed by an old negro who lives ihrco
mlhj west of this place. It Is a wigoti,
so arranged that, after being set in mo
tion, it runs Itself by virtue of tho fact
that tbe weight of gravitation Is thrown
forward ot tho center or motion, and con
sequently tho machino is compollid to go.
It has been the intenlloa of the inventor
to havo his wagon at iho fair on tho lOib
of September, so that Its value may be
tested publicly in tho presence of tbe
thousands of people who will be prisent;
and wo loan from ono of our best me
chanics that last Wednesday tbe samo
day ot the circus tbo old negro mounted
tno inacmno, adjusted tno oiinus, lipped
the batanco-weigbt over the centra of
motion, gtvo the driving-wheel n shove,
aud started for Frauklin, lo report to John
11. Montague, secretary of tho association,
ana uvo lils nucblno rogularly entered
on tbo books. About one mlln tbls side
ot tho old r.ogro's borne there Is n noted
point called "ltsd l'ond,1' Immediately at
tbo forks of tbo Crois I'lains and Spring
field roads, and here, unfortunatoly, an ac
cident occurred which we fear will cause
a disappointment to many Inventors who
wero coming to our fair lur tbo purposo ot
examining this wonderful invention.
Tbo macnlno was humming along the
smooth, sandy road at about fifteen miles
an nour, and ine nappy inventor
was on deck, fooling as proud
as fulton on oeara nis am
steamboat, when In mai'ln me turn juii
near the n''s" ' the Ked l'ond, tho
eiarbuard front wheel collided with a
hoavy-set, post oak sapling, and tho ru
hound wm eo powerful that tbe Old 00'
cro was thrown iorward ovor the dash'
board and was at the same time struck by
tbo (lango ol tho drivlng-wfceel, which
procipilaled his speed so much tbat, when
his bead struck tho tonco picel on tho op
posite side of tho road ho was so badly
smaihod ibat bis death must have taken
place Immediately. Coroner llarlfUId's
Inquost was uncertain as to whether he
had been killed by a sudden stroke of tbe
Urlvlng-wbtel or by a too basty collision
with a panel of tho fence. Tho maohlne,
alter this accident, struck out wltb free
dom, parsing tbe residonco of Capt. Lea,
soon made Us wny across in tbe direction
of Uolsseau's meadow, but was nrrresied
in its procrers by a Urge log. which tilted
the balance weisbt back of the centre of
motion, and tbo wild wagon was standing
gently at rest when ovorlaken by thn cor
oner and his party, who woro following
along to tako care ot tbe killed and
wounded. Slnco tho tragic death of tbe
Inventor, no man has dared to mount the
Eery, untamed stoed, but our informant
assures us It will be on exhibition In thu
fair ground?, and wo invito tbe attention
of Inventors and machinists to lis peculiar
mechanism. "We will net vouch for anv
man's llfo who mounts it and sts it in
motion in a timbered lorallty, but It can
be managed safely on tho half.inilo track
on Iho fairgrounds, and will bo put to its
best spesd, if any man cm bo found who
Is competent to guldo It.
LESLIE CUUMI1S' KINDNESS NOT
Lexington Uaz;Ue. fccpt. 0.
In tbe year 1830 (Jen. Leslio Coombs, of
tbls city, was coming down tho Ohio rlvor
In a steamboat, and made tho acquaiut
anco of u young man, a ftllow-psitenger,
by tho name of George Lane, who in
conversation told tho general that hu was
corning west In hopes of getting a school
so ax lo enable him to study law. Those
were the days of slow travol, anu tho
boat war several days reaching .Maysvlllo,
the point at which passongers for tin In
terior of Kentucky left tho rlvor. Tbls
gave Iho passenjors an opportunity of
oncoming acquainted with each other, and
tbe gonoral took a fancy to young Lano,
and Invited him lo come lo Lexington
and study law In his oflico, and that It
should cost him nothing. This ho
did nnd remained tv:o years,
tbo gsneral giving him Instruction
and advancing him money with which to
nay his board, atd tho young man writing
in the olllco and making himself as useful
as ho could, After be bad finished bis
studies, ho lett for Mississippi, but as tbo
Texas fever was raging through the south
at tbat time, ho emigrated to that state,
and has been settlcl iboro over slnco, Ho
has only been recently appointed judge of
tho circuit court of iho fifth judicial dis
trict, and placod In a position of Indepen
dence; and romomberlng his ntd rlond
in Kentucky, and bearing that ho was not
as prosperous as In former times, ho
wrote to him inclosing a check for f 050,
"Iu remembrance of your kindness to mo
thirty-eight years ago," AVo regard this
as an instance of bread cast upon tho i
waters returning after many days. Tho
gsnsral was heartily glud to hear of tho
prosperity ot bis old Irlend, as well aa to
recoive tho return on the Investment.
Wood Rittenliouso & Bother
Geseuai. Commission SlrnciiANT,
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alterative for relief. It unfortunately lisp,
penx, however, that many of tbo medicines
used fortblspurpoto contain alcohol, which,
poured into a diluted stomach produces Ir
ritation, crcatCH inflninatfon, uud do more
lojury than good.
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but aro a purely medicinal preparation,
which, In cases of DVSl'El'SIA, 1IKAUT
IlUUN.l.NDIOKSTION, aul other llko dl
order, atouco rctores tho stomach to Its
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Jobbers and Retailers of
Chemicals, Potent Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes,
loilctt Articles, Druggist's Fancy Goods, Collier "White
j.uuu ami uiner unities, J'aints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, "Wax Flower Material, Trbc Colors, Dvo
Stulls, Etc., Etc., Etc. J
Vc Solicit correspondence and order from l)rii(,vlst, Physicians ami (li
".w'?"t0,f, . S0' 1 '?.0,!r hU,t fienl'9at. I'hnutliS and Vamlly SleUlcIno
Ithei! or ltellllcd with llellablo Druijs at Ilcasonablc Itntea- ' Jleu'uno
A UOLhbALE & RETAIL, KETAIL & I'HEf CHIPTION,
71 Ohio Lovcc. lVaslilii(flon Ave. cor. IIIbi'iHi St.
J M. PHILLIPS
l'rcprcpared to forward all kinils ol
Freight (o nil pointc.
tSTlliHlncw attended to promptly.
Z. D. .Mathius j:. 0. Ub.
MATHUSS &. UHL,
rorwrdlut; & Ocncral
FLO UH. OllAIN. ll At AND
WUS'iKKlf I'UODL'Ci:. j
And Deulcr In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Ac.
3T"I Will Sell In rnr lni,l Inla .t .nnn..i...
turers prices, addinj; freight.
W110LE8ALE AND HETA1L.
tAUOKST VAaiHTV SI00K IB TUB C
' OOOU8 HOLD VKUY OL09K.
lornorof tunSrs lllli lri l nut m
O. O. I'ATIKI.
MILLER & PARKER.,
FORWARDING MERCH S.
FL01JH, CORN, OATS, UAY.&c.
Agents for Fnirbank Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
II. A. Thorns i j), Thouii
T1IOM8 & BKOTUKlt,
Succcsosrs to II. il.llulen,
AXV SBALnnS I.W
HSnpIn ana 1'unor (Iroeortrs,
tTorelgn ami Domestlo
181 Commorelal Avenue,
CAIHO, - . ILLINOIS.
COFFEY, IIAKH1SON & CO.,
(fluccesxors to I), llurd & Hon.)
I'l.ODU (lltAin AND HAT,
No 03 Ohio Wen. CAIHO, ILLH
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Ol' Alh KINDS, HA1UI AND 801 T,
Keep constantly on hand
..mi iv i 1 Conner 84th Street
Mill and Yard, j aD(l Ohio Levoo.
run m oil
J0HN 3P- GAMBLE
ThoBcstnnd ChcnpcBt Vagon Man
OXIIo Is 33 V B H
NEAH JJlTH hTllKKT.
fruijsi i in iwaas asaaaML
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
-J corner Twelfth street and Washington A
J. C. HUELS.
(Lste of St. l)u!s,)
BOOK HINDER AND BLANK BOOK
III.ANIv IlliriK.4 .r nv,.v .i
I will' ncntni'H and dlspunh. All klmli
1 or ruiliu done ut phnrt iiotlrc. lllblfs.
I M'e. Sliia.lnei an Periodicals boui.i
I neat and at the Io,vc it po-d ble rlu.
i .'0i'"iy wV,r,1' ,':llcl' a9 Hecords Oocket
ttnxvi, I'ocket Ilookn, Knielops, etc , ninne
fit lllVt'i.lt nlo. ' ' I
no at h'risiir.n
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE 1100 B 1
And Dealer in
So. 7 Ohio Leveo, CAIRO, ILLS
tSTSpoclal attention given to consign
moms ami tilling orders. H.'j fl
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
JSTo. IX O Olilo Zjovoo
Uib'.h Htroot, bctcen Washington and