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For State Treasurer
let RapsrlnUndent ot P.ubMc Instruction
8. M. ETTER.
For Congress Eighteenth Dlitrlct,
Tor RtpmenUUTtt-rSmllbJHttri"- .
TOV israiy-JR. jfua UT,
JTrMT-ThareitoraUon oi,gold and silver
M tfe baala bt tfie currency ; the resumption
el apeef parmata srf aoon at possible Tilth
at disaster to thi 'business o'f the country,
by steadily opposing Inflation and by the
payment of the national Indebtedness In the
aaonay ot'the clnlked world.
Becokd fra commerce; no tariff for any
titer purpose but revenue. "
THUSJlnaUfiduaJ liberty, and opposition
to sujsruary Jaw.- '
Fourth Tho right and duty of the
Stale to protect it citizens from extortion
and unjust dlserjsauutioa; ,by chartered
ssonapolle. ' '
Finn-Rigid rastrlctlon ot the govern
Bent, both 8tato andjfatlnnal, totholegtu
tmate domain of political power by cxclud
Ins; therefrom all executive and legislative
Intermeddling with tlio atTalrs of .society
whereby monopolies aro fostered, privll
edged duet aggrandized, end Indlvidua
freedom unnecessarily and onpreively
The following CeSAMWmUUo
was appointed!) " tho Republican con
gressional convention that met nt
Mound City, August 13, 1874 : -
Alexander county, O. W. McKealg ;
Jackson, Ben. 1. Wiley j
Johnson, A. J. Aldon;
Massac, Henry Armstrong ;
Perry, H., J, Parks I 1
Pope, H; D. Baker;
Pulaski, OMr( W. Merta. Sr.:
Randolph, D. It. MoMasters:
Unloa. It. B, BUnsont
"Williamson, Mllo Erwln.
lho following Central Committco
was appointed by tho llepublcan con
rention ol tho ItUiclh senatorial dis
tnof, new at Mound City, August 13,
Alexander county, E. E; Walbridco;
Jackson, Ezra B. Pellettj
Union, T. II. Phillips.
At tho Democratic congressional
tonvention, held at Anna, September
8, 1874, tho followingv Central 'Com
mittee Tor tho Eighteenth district was
Bandolpb, Beverly7 Wiltshire:
Perry, B. B. Rusher;.
Williamson, O." W. Ooddard ;
Jackson, 0. Vf-Andrews:
Union, Hugh Andrews:
Joansoa, 1. N. Fierce
Alexaader, Joka H. Otrly ;
Jodge P Brow, Cairo.
Ta totlowiag executive committee
far TJaibn osatj wu appointed by
tie Democratic county convention that
out is Joaealoro, Anguat 24, 1871 ;
JodM ,3i. a Crawford ;
O. H, Kroh ; '
O. P, HIIU
Tht following State committee was
appointed by the Democratic-Opposi-tion
convention, at Springfield, August
1st District. Xzbert Jimmon. rhlr.n
2d District, Wm.J,Onhan, Chlcsg,.
8d District, P II. O. Wlnton, Chicsgo
1 H ,u cl Wm- bright. If rUport
J Det, Geo. VT. lli,en.. Ottawa.
8lh District, -Waihlngton E. Cook,
9th District Gbas. P. Kloe. Poorla
10th Dlnriet, David E Uasldl Carths go.
lh v J" 1,U,U'
ntt'ft'? J SprlnRfleld
i j.C'nt ; . 7 X " ""orytuavana.
ii.u , ,1' m,bT, Champaign
16th District, N. O. Koblnson. ElDug.
TlllI W.Jl..Krpme, Edwards.
iMI1U,?c' W'H- Q", Cairo.
18th i District, James P Hoblnion.Olnov.
At Larice. H.lt iViii.. nki '
towi K W' Townssnd, bhawneo-
At Largei Wm. BrowBl Jacksonville.
Mr. Brosraww elected chairman of
The lolling Central Uommitteo
WpoiBM by tboDemn..,..:
Clear Oreek, Thomu J. iict)l,
uooae island. O. Oroenley.
Dog Toooc JrUiaaicIarr ,
", w. . xvoiwioe.
. North Cairo, J It MetcaltM II H.nii
Boulh fWlUaWS,, John
Howley, Jobn Hcjaii .nd'Dr. D.'Artor.
wa ppolBfedby tho Dcraocratio-LIb.
cral convention that mot fit Anna,
September i, 1871, and nominated
candidates for tlio legislature in tho
Fiftieth Senatorial THatriot !
Alexander, 11 K lllak, J O Lynch. ,'
Jackton, 1' Dlshon, .loicph Oully.
Union, Oliver lilt), T it Kotlno.
At Large, VT F Bouton, of Union.
TriE Eastern and Western presi
have nono but good words for the new
episcopal biijiop of Illinois.
The Farmers' Union of Lavfrcnce
county, Illinois, has changed its name
and its politics it is now the Demo
cratic Herald and it will labor for the
election of tho.candidatcs ofllio Oppo
sition p&rty in Illinois.
fjKOROE itoiiiNSos, of Frtll Rivor,
aged, ten or twelvo years, may be
said to have bsen born lucky, though
hot rich. Enveloped in tho flames of
the burning Granite Mill, he leaped
from the alxtU story window to tho
ground; alighted uninjured and when
approached by anxious spectators, re
marked : "I guetB I'll put for home,"
which ho accordingly did.
TllE commit'.co to n?scss tangible
properly of railroads, in Illinois tot
I tho Stata J3onrljof FquAllzatloti
' htvit niuio iioir report. Whejr lutl
the fair cash valuo of lands owned by
railroads to bo fen millions, thrco hun
dred and thirty-ntno thousand, four
hundred and forty-iour dollars; the
superstructure of tho roadf, thirty-nine
millions, Cvo hundred and filly thou3
and, five hundred and thirty-six dol
lars ; sido tracks, Cvo millions, eight
hundred and fourteen thousand, seven
hundred and fourteen dollars ; rolling
stock, eighteen millions, four thousand,
thrco hundred and twenty-six thous
and ; total, soventy-thrce millions, seven
hundred and ntno thousand and twenty
dollars. This amount will be snual.
ized at tho same per cent that the prop.
orty in the state is assessed at.
ePEOULATIVE I'OSTJtf ASTERS
It having oomo to the knowledge ol
tho post offico that certain postmasters
have engaged in tho practice of can-
Tossing outside tbe deliveries of their
respective offices for the sale of postage
stamps, stamped onvolopcs, newspaper
wrappers and postal cards, with the ob-
jcot as avowed (a postmaster's salary
being based upon tho receipts of his
ofHoo) of increasiug their compensation,
in many cases suoh sales being made at
a discount, in express violation of fioo
tion 303 of the postal regulations, even
goods and articles or merchando be
ing in soino casc3 taken m payment,
especially in rcspoct to "special request
enroiopes, which are furnished bv tho
department on the requisition of any
postmaster, the postmastor goneral has
Issued tho following order, which will
be sent in a circular to eaoh postmas
First That postmasters bo problbitsd
torn soliciting orders outsldo of the deliv
eries ot their rospoctlve offices for pottage
Ismpi, stamped oavelopoi, newspaper
wrappers or postal cards.
Second That in making stlos postmas
ters adhora strictly to the rates established
by cbe law and postal regulations.
Third That postmasters be forbidden to
use postage stamps, stamped envelopes.
newspapei wrappers or postal cards as arti
cles of traffle,or for the discharge of private
Poarth That co rfjuiiition for" pcU'
reqasst aavelopes ' b- honored by tb dr
partsest nslsss the ptrt for whom lit
eav(Iptiraordrd resides orisengtgsd
Is bailoess within the delivery of tb
oSct 'of tb poitmuMr mskiag tbs rcqui
Fifth That the violation of any f tb
terms nf this ordsr be regarded as goo
caa for lh removal of tbn o ffondor.
A DARKENED LIKE.
From ilie lio.lon Transcript.
In Nashua, N. 11., resides a younp
girl whoso pitiful lot cxitcs tho deepesi
sympathy, yet for whom sympathy can
do but little in alleviation of (he sad
misfortune which has darkened her
life, When a jhild sho was tornblv
scalded about the hend and face. and.
although she survived her injuries, she
was thenceforth disfigured for life, and
the rosy face of ohildhood wasohanged
to a mask a travesty on the human
counlonance absolutely frightful in
its hidoousncss. In Lowoll, Mass.,
where she once lived, so great was tho
horror excited by her appearanoe that
she was forbidden by the authorities to
show herielf on the streeti. At Nashua
she ventured out the other day, and
several fainted at tho sight of her, and
a call is now made upon tho author
ities of that place to forbid her appear
anco on the streets. What a mourn
lul late is hers I to live through the
terrible physical suffonnir onlv to on
duro hencoforth a keener montal ang
uish in the knowlodgo that sho is i
taing or horror, to be abhorred and
shunned by human kind, with no hope
in the future except the grave, whiob
shall hide her deformities frnm )
gate of her fellow-beings J
The Canton Mail has tho following
which is a retnarkablo record, to Bay
the least of if '.Albert (J, Brown, ol
MiiaiBiippi,, was hrigadibre'neral pf
militia at nineteen, in the fcgislature
at twcnty-two.and in congress at twonty
aix. He was circuit judgo at twenty,
eight, Governor at thirty, and after
ward Senator., Ho. was never defeated
when a candidate for ofllce. Ii ro.
cent letter Mr( rown says mat ii
would havo been better for him if ho I
had followed tho occupation of his
father, which was that of a farmer.
His greateit regret is that bo ever inadu
a political ;snceoh or held au1 office.
Ho adds : To bo a blacksmith, a car
penter, or an artisan of any sort, is
no discredit to any man. JSctter that
than be a jack-legged lawyer, a quack
doctor, countor-hopner. or. worse still.
a wretched seeker after office."
Scenes and Incidents
tho Great Disaster.
Fall ;iilver Dlpalcu (.Sept. 'io.) to tho
onioitt OP TUE Flltf..
As far as can be ascertained, it teems
that the fire began in tho inu!croom on
tho sixth story, and was caused by tomo
cotton taking firo by the friction of a
inule-boau. This part ot tho machin
ery was "in charge of a lad named Sam
uel i cilng, and lili principle duty was
to keep all of its bearing well oiled.
For some unexpluiucd reason the lad
failed to perform his task, and tho trie-
tion caused by the vclosity ol tho shaft
or mule head set fire to some loose
threads of cottou. Tho boy was the
lirstto notice the fire, mid immediately
irave the alarm. Ho had scarcely done
mo fceforo rim flru wan communicated to
pllooi'tliu sumo materials which lit
uo with ofcctroWko rncud and than
Hasheu from Epiudlo to spindlo. until.
as one of the operatives expired it,
tbe whole room was ablaze, and "wo
wero all running to and fro in u sea of
flarao." Had there been other modes
of egrc9s than that of tho tower to th
mule-room, it seems highly probable
that the employees who now lie cold
in death or Htrctchcd upon their beds
writhing iu pain and torture would
bavo been saved. During the early
part of yesterday a report was iu circu
lation that tho officers of the various
departments locked the doors, and thus
prevented many from succoiing the un
fortunate people iu tho pool-room.
This is positively denied by tho super
luioudont and overseers, and is corrob
orated by many of tho operatives, who
wero thou in tho building. Mr. Mo
Ureory and several of his (.ubordinatos.
upou hearing the first shout of fiio.ran
turougii tlio hrst, second and third sto
ries, beseeching tho bauds to be calm
aud pass orderly, but quickly from tho
mill. As might bo expected uuder
such foarful circumstances, men. wo
men and children camo pouring down
the stairways, all panic-stricken, and
ohokiug up the avenues of escapo, hot
hcariog or heeding tho cautious of tho
officers. So rapid wero tho flames that
swept down tho broad staircaso from
the tower that eoveral pooplo who were
anout to icavo tho mill by the contral
passageway wero caught by tho pillar
or uro, ana some were burned to death
and others seriously wounded,
N hilo tlio flames wero raging, aud
thn poor victims in tho uppor rooms
pitiously calling thoso below to rescue
them, Mr. .John M. Bosworth. a fire
man. reached the roof and by moans ol
ropo lowered a number of women and
ohildrcu in safety to tho ground. The
gallant and noblo man continued his
horoio work until tho flames almost n.
circled him and the tottering roof al
most gave vay boncatii him. Then,
and then only, did ho desist from his
saving work, auu with great Uiiboultv
rcacueu uis lauuer nuu descended to
i. .ii i ii . .
tho ground, which ho baroly roaohed
wuen me root leu in with a trcmcn
AJIONO THE nui.VS.
k A t 1 ...
an cany uour this mornincr
crowns or peonio assomDicu in the vi
i i .... . p
oinlty of the ruius of tho mill, the sor
rowful laces of many plainly telling
iuav buuib jou incnu was numbered
among the dead or missing. Long be
fore daybreak a woman named Mrs.
Harrincton, whose daughter Ma
15 years old, wu reported missing, vis-
me Bupenuienueni a tioute. ami
implored him to be allowed to search
among the ruins. "Ob, sir," said she,
"do please let mo look for my poor
Maggie. I know she lies buried thcro,
or else she would long since havo como
home-" She was kindly told that
all possible search would be made for
her child. This did not soem to satin.
ly her, and sho stood about, sobbing
and repeating thouameof herdaughter,
bemoaning her sad fato. An hour
later, the charred and blackened re
mains of little Maggie were found un
dcr some machiuery in the spiunin".
room. When told that her child had
been found, Mrs. llarriugton gavo
vent to her grief in heartrending toucs,
and was touderly borno away from the
place to hcr homo by kind fn'onds.
Towaid evouingthc work of searching
for the missing was concluded, aud out
side tho gates wero groups of people
talking over tho melancholy event.
Tho story of Mr. Robert Smith, whose
little Bon perished almott before bis
eyes, caused many to bo visibly affeo
ted. "I was employed," he said, "iu
tho mulo room, uear the door, and a
few minutes before the cry of firo was
given, little James started to one of (he
mules in tho centre of the room." He
states that as soon as he heard the a
arm, ho started toward his son, who
was some distanco from him, but ho
had not gone 20 feet from his post
when a oloud ot blending smoke drovo
him back, and when this cleared away
the poor lad was encircled with tho liv.
ing flames, and was burned to a crisp
To-morrow largo gangs of men will
resume work in clearing tho dobris
away, preparatory to rebuilding that
portion of tho mill destroyed.
ni'ttvixa Tin: vicTiifa
This afternoon tho funerals of ucarlv
all the victims took place. All but
six of tho twonty-four bodies wero in
tcred by rolatives and friends. Oftha
six bodies unrecognized ouo was a that
of a man, ono of n vonnir elrl. nml tlia
others of children varvinrsin oos from
10 Jo:l'l' years. These woro ' romoved
last night from the Mission Chapelito
the City Marshal's office. IlarA tho
remains were placed In pUa coffins
Dd.ll carried to the North Comolry. 'Tu1$ili U
As nearly all tho victims rosides iu
houses belonging to tho corporation
and adjoining the mill' the sccno in
that locality during tho preparations
for tho funerals was one woll calculated
to awaken sympathy in tho nostobdu
rate hearts. On one street wa? counted
seven hearses waiting to cany to their
last rcsting-plaee tho remains of the
poor victims of yesterday's disaster.
As the plain coffins werc.boruo from tbe
humble homes, l ent brcaking.lamouta
tions would break the Sabbaih stillness.
A carriage or two containing the imme
diate rolatlves generally followed tho
hearse to the graveyard, where the
sccno of ngony and grief f parents,
sisters, or brothers would again bo re
newed. At Oak drove Cemetery n lit
tle boy, the brother to a young girl,
who was his only Fiipport and rela
tive living, cast himself upon his sis
tor's new made gravo and, whilo scald
ing tear) couiscd down his littlo face,
sobbed. "Oh 1 sister, sister, como bfick.
You told molher when sho died that
you would takc.care of inc." The poor
child was with difficulty removed from
tho lonely place by friends, who prom
ised to givo him n home until ho could
begin the battle ot life fur himself.
As tho shades of niu-hl began to gather,
the sad and solumu duties of burying
the dead were performed, and the niour
nore returned to tlioir homes, so sud
denly Hindu dcolato by tlio Ion of one
or more members oreiiiiirfniullic.
No Goinprouiiso Between
the M5liiicryites and
Things Just as Thoy Wero
Botoro the Late Eraeute,
Bitter Feeling Among
HeKnory mid l'pim Issue n Manifesto
to tliclr Constituents
Special Telegram Initio Chicago Times
Nr.W OlU.SANn, hnpleini.sr 21. Tho
(Jon Co run co u tllll io progross, but noth
ing has bceu dons yet." '1 lie Kellog; got
ernmunt ii tuning in thecitj as usual.
Tho White Lcagu? havo caducl a grand
council for U-night, and it intlinatl. that
something lively will como of it.
Tho general opinion is that the confer
ence will break up lo-inorrow, without
effecting any-thing The chief dtiiro
among the Kellogg opposition is to iniuro
means to givx them a lair election. They
abandon hope of bcntinglhtm, If Kellogg
retains nts power, anu they loou to mar
tial law, and tbe control of tbe election by
the ruiliu-y authorities, s their only
hopo- Thn Lesguori say that tho only
way io get ins io goi up a ngn; acaintt
Uncle Ham, Tho council of to-night is
thought to hsve etrnest referencu to the
carrying out of this theory, ibo eellng
against tbe rcrtorntlon of tbo Kellogg cfil
clals seems to bo crowing "in tiltterneii
and intenaity. Tho Ouachita Telegram,
oditod by Cioo. W. .McCronle, ana pub
lisfaod at Monroo. tbo homo of Governor
llconry, says: "Usurpitlon has gono far
enough. Wo ought to ba freemen or
slaves. Even tho president ought to bo
mado to understand that tbo people of
Louisiana aro not cravons. All ovtr Ibo
tate tbo determination fbould bo that tho
peoplo never submit to tho Kellogg fraud
without bloodshed." This scntimont finds
n ocho in tbo columns nf numerous coun
try Journal'. Tho total numbor ot per
sons now ticortaioed to bare been killed
iu tbe tight on Monday, tho lltb, Toots up
flftoon citizens and thlrty-flva policemen.
Thn wounded include tbirty-two citizens
and forty-two policouen. Four coniDa-
nles of tho i-J infantry arrived last Diiht
tlio balance of tbe regiment will arrivo
In an intorviow with Uecoral Lonir-
street about the apprehended assassina
tions or KoIIol'l' omcials. be suyh: "it is
all talk. There may bo those who would
think tbetniolves capable of tuch things;
but I should not believa there was anv
considerable number of a civilized com
munity who would barbor such nurnosts.
If it should be attempted, and uvt-n sue-
ceeu, it ouiU not liavo tnu least t-llect, or
In any way cbarjgo lb results of the
pending inucs in tbls stato. Lioulelan in
uo hrst statn lor many vvsrs wbero aa
attempt has been made to tot up h govurn
mvnt on a puroly rovolutlonary bafia. it
a tet cf, ft rid so rcctrued all over tbe
union, And tho administration is fully
idvltod of the gravo Irnpor unco, pnrllcu-
any nt mis time, ol not rtllunlng a re
cogclzd siato government to be over
thrown by insurrectionary foice. That
tho executive will supply all tbe troups
necesry to defeat men a prtcodent is
not with us a rnuttor of mnrn belinf or
conjecture. It U a fact, ascertained in tbo
constitution, and denundrd nut inly by
rubllo opinion, but also by tb'is necesil
ties of peace which thn preiidont is not in
tho lent inclined tn itl'ccrd "
.k'cc(ind Spcidttl Dispatch.
New Ohleakh, dupumbor 21, As was
niuicaieo ny jour oorruspondont, the
peace coniereuce uetweun tbo JtcKuery
party and Kellogg has ndd in noihiug,
I'boconference w.n called to arrange upou
soma coioiiromiiH lintwuHQ lli cuiitnnilini-
factions, looking to tho especial luature of
muipg mo aichneryitos in fur an cqunl
wutivi oi va registrntion anu election.
A rs,)oiition that each party should have
an erjual number of supervisors was
sgrood to, but tbo propoeition by the coo
stirvatives that bey should havo two
members on tbo returning board, was em
phatically reacted; and so, alter nearly a
weak epent in bscking and firing, the
conference cloud to-night, leaving mat
ters where they were before it br-gan. It
Is well understood that tho returning
board has tbe power to nunlpulato tbo
election roturns ti mav suit tlio in. and tb
conservative! might, theruforo, havo com
ploto control of ilia registration and vot
Ing, but tbo returning board having tho
making up of tho roturns, CHn returns
si elected the wont deftnted man on tbe
Tbe situation, therefore, is precisely
ii, nu. uoiore tno revolution, savo in
a great number of country pari lies,
whore McEoery oOlcials aro in possession.
Kellogg, bis state houto crowd, and the
bold metropolitans, aro as they were, and
the evonts of the pust ten days bavo born
no fruit, oxcrnt lhA Ull.r fruit nf Mnn.l
In the sacrsflco of the bravo men who
went down to death on that torrlblo blue
TUB LK1QUB IW CODKCIL.
Consequent upon tho announcement of
the falluro of tho conferenco, tha state
Democratic cnmmUten. lho tiarlih enmmll.
te, the commlttso of se-venty, and the
not known, but 1 set It down hers, as I
have already Intlmsted, that the end of
our trouble Is not yet ot band.
Tho following telegram lies been ie
oelved at the war department from dene-,
IljcADqUAnTKns Dxp't or Oct r, 1
Htvr Oklxams, Hcpt. 30, f
To thu Adjutant General:
Yesterday tho state authorities replaced
the tomporary police forco by lho regular
police force ol tbe city. It was feared
that tbls changa might cause some dis
turbance mid troops wero posted at va
rious psrls of tbe city, but the night
paised quietly. I think this may Le taken
as ovidenco that tho surrender was com-
filete and in good faith, for by a peculiar
ly of lho law of Louisiana the police
force of this city Is organize i under stato
law, and IS under the direct control of tbo
Slgnod W. II. Kstoiir,
Col nel and Itrovet Msjor General Corn
J M. PHILLIPS
I'repropared to forward all kinds oj
Freight to all poiuts.
CiTHuMnum attended to promptly.
Z, I). .Matliuni k. U. Uli
MATHUSS Su UHL,
Kurwurdlug & (icnerul
FLOtlll, GRAIN, HAY AND
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Ifair, Ac
3T1 will sell In car load lots at mar.ula
Hirers price, adding freight.
NKW YUUK, MTOilK,
WHOIiKSALE AND RKTAIL.
AVOICT VABtBTT STOCK IX TUB 0
OOODB SOLD VICKY OLOBB.
tnroer nf SrtDf.teensb ilrMl nnil Dora
t:. O. HATIKI.
MILLER Su PARKER,
I'LOUll, COUil, OATS, IIAY.ic.
Agents for I'airbank Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
w. btratton. T. iilrd
STRATTON &, BIRD
Agents American Powder Company
6? O.'IO .Kyuj-J, CMlltO.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Succcsor ttfJ6hn II. ridllis,)
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS,
MEAL, BRAN, 4c.
Agents for laflin & Rand Powder Company
COll. TENTH ST.,t OHIO LKVEE,
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
Kcclinrr nud Vhnlcsalo Dealer In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LIQUORS AND WINES.
NO; til, OHIO LEVEE,
IJ. A. moms L. . Thorn.
THOMH & BROTHER,
Ruccceosrs to U, M.Hulen,
AffD UaiLBRS Itf
Moili a;,d Fancy Urocerlna,
forolgn and DomesUo
1B Commorclal Avenue,
OAIItO, - ILLINfUH,
(Kuccossors to D, ilurd A Bon.)
ri.oua.uuAits and uat.
No 03. Ohio Lvw, 0 AIRO. fLI
Wood Rittenliouse & Bother
GKNKIIAti COMMISSJOlf MerOUANT,
183 Ohio Lotco, Cairo.
llL.it IMA ill
Jobbers and Retailers of
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumorv, Soaps, Brushes,
Toilctt Articles, Druggist's Fancy Goods, Collier Whito
Lead and Other Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Trbo Colors, Dyo
Stuffs, Etc., Etc., Etc.
lnu'Jn?yci'ilrirri;r?.n.,,f?ce "CI1 or'.,er" rro.'n DruifKlr-ti., flijulclsns ml Oencral Storei
n wantol ( ooJ I n oi r l.lno. Steamlmat. I" snt.it o.. an.l Ksmllv .Medicine cwei tnrn
IkIioJ or Itellllcd wltb UctluLilo Drui;. at lteonille It.ites' icu.cine cvii nirn
WHOLESALE k RETAIL, RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION.
74 Ohio LeTec. Wnshlngton Are. cor. Elfrhth St.
Ohio Lcvco, over Hathus & UhlV.
ijJA'oiic but firtt'duu Oompunirt
Safforrt. 3IorrIs & Cnndoc
va onto I,ovco, City National Bank
Building, Uairo, Ima
T ic oldfit ci-tnWIslicd Agency In Soutlio
Illinois, reprcseiitlus ocr
11 OAT HTOIIKfl
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE ItOOE I
And Dealer la
o. 7C Ohio Lerec, CAIRO, ILI.M
S3TSpoclaI itlcntion given
menu and tilling ordeni.
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
WO. UO Ohio Lovnn
EoW. Wood & Oo
FonntnliiH, Vuck, Anlmnls. IronStalrn,
Lamp Poii, Stublo FIttlnBj,
JAST, WROUGHT & WIRE RAILINGS
NKW and IMUOVKl'D CUAIK rortlieatres,
l'nninrt an.. I ......... Tl.ti. '
And a General AsBorinmnf nf
montal Iron "Work
B. F. PARKEKl,
(Sucoossor to Parker S: Blako,)
PAINTS & OILS
, , JVALIjAPEH,
window glass; ' m :
1 '' 1 '.'i!j.
And tho cvlehratcd Illuminating
Bross' UuildloK, 11th BI.& Uomuroinl Av
PAINT II OIL
I'IKbT NATIONAL BANK
it. H. .MIU.KIt, l'reHlclont,
J. M. IMIII.I.Il'S, Vice I'resldenl,
CJIAS. t'U.V.NINOIIAJl, Caililer
COLLECTIONS PUOHVTLY MADE.
r:XCIIANOK,roln,banknotti li United
... i-curlllcs bought aud told.
liilcrftt allowed on tlmo'deposlti
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. 1'. 11AL1.1UAY. l'renldrntj
V.?1 iir.,,A.L,',UAY. Vlco I'rehldest.
A. II. HAKXOltl), n.lilfr;
i Auir.u ji.ni.ur, Aitant Casbier.
ST.UTS 'I'AYLOIt, II. . CU.VNI.VOnAt
O. I). V II.I.UMHOK, STKFIIE.V lllRp,
A. II. SAvroitl).
L'xclinnicc, coin nnd United SUtea
Iloudij nought and Mold.
DL'l'OSrrs received and a general bsnkluir
FITS CU11ED FREE.
Any persou uflcrlii5 Iroin tlio aUove dls
tase In reiUelvd to aildreysDlt. 1'ltlCE, and
trial bottle nl medicine will bo forwarded
by fiiirrn', I' UK 1
Dr. Trloolsa iciiUUr pbyslclan, and lias
made the treatment ol
FITS OR EPILEPSY
s Uudy for year, and be will warrant a
cure, liy tlio uso of liU remcly.
Do i,ot fitll to send to Ulra for trial bottlo :
t cots notlilut', and be '
ffHl CUi: TOU,
oo nutter of hnw long standlni; your case
msy l,e, or how muuy otlio; remedies may
Circular and testimonials sent with
FltEK TRIAL BOTTLE.
' DB. CIIAS. T. PnifJE,
R. SMYTH &. CO.
No. CO Ohio Loveo,
c A3 ii TON ABLE BARBER
1 ' ANn
liib'.b fitreot,, Jiot-.bd .Washington and