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1VXDNE3DAY BKPT. 30,1874
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IKUMB OK T11K DAIL1 I'ULLKTIJt
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iftse south, by mail 100
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IxmoBtba. 6 XJ
ma raar 10 00
TIRMS OT TKLT DULLKTIK,
One tear 9100
Six Month '
Invariably In advance,
Hmdlnej mMUr on rrrrf pact.
Democratic State Ticket.
For State Treasurer
. 0IIARL.iS CARROLL.
For BUTjerlntenilcnt ot VubUe Initructton
S. M. OTTER.
For Congrcii Eighteenth Dlitrlct,
For Jtprecntatlre Fftloth District.
First The restoration ol gold and tUvcr
u the basis ot the currency; the resumption
ol ipeclo payments as soon as ponilble with
out disaster to the business of tho country,
by steadily opposing Inflation and by tho
payment of tho national ludcbtcdnoii In tho
money ot the civilized world.
Second Freo commerce; notarlfffornny
ether purposo but revenue.
Third Individual liberty and opposition
to sumptuary laws.
Fourth Tho right and duty of tho
State to protect Its citizens from extortion
tad unjust discrimination by chartered
Finn Ktgld restriction ot tho govern
xaent, both State and National, to tho legit
imate domain of political power by oxvlud
lng therefrom all cxccutlva and IcgtMativo
Intermeddling with tho affairs of society
whereby monopolies arc fostered, prlvil
edged clsees aggrandized, and Indlvidun
freedom unnecessarily and opprclvely
Tho following Central Committee
was appointed by tho Republican con
gressional convention that met a
Mound City, August 13, 1871 :
Alexander county, O. YV. MclCealg ;
Jackion, Deo. L. Wiley;
Johnson, A.J. Aldon;
Massac, Henry Armstrong ;
Penv, 8. J. Parks;
Pope, 11. D. Uaker ;
PuUsVl, George W. Mortz, Sr.;
Randolph, D. It. McMasters;
Union, 11. U Stinson ;
Williamson, MUo Erwln.
Tho following Contral Comrnittco
was appointed by tho Republican cow
Tontiou of the Fiftieth senatorial dis
trict, hold at Mound City, August 13
Alexander county, E. E. Walbridgo;
Jackson, Ezra O. Follott ;
Union, T. II. Pblllipi.
At tho Domocratio congressional
convention, held at Anua, September
3, 1874, tho following Central Com-
mittee for tho Eighteenth district was
iUndolpb, Beverly Wiltiblro;
Perry, E. B. Kuihr;
Willi. mion, O. W, Ucddnrd ;
Jackion, U. W. Androws;
Union, Hugh Andrews;
Johnson, I. N. Piorcoj
Masiac. J. W. Thrift;
Topo, D. IS. Fl Id ;
Pulaski, Obed Kdion ;
Alexander, John II. Oborly ;
At Large, Judge F. Bros, Ctilro.
Tho following executive committco
for Union county was appointed by
the Domocratio county convention that
met in Jonesboro, August 24, 1S74 :
Judge M. O. Crawford ;
0. II. Kroh-;
O. P. Hill.
The iollowing Stato committee was
appointed by tho Democratic-Opposition
convention, at Springfield, August
1st District. Egbert Jameson, Chicago
2d District, Win. J. Onahan, Chicsgo
3d Dlitrlct, P. II. O. Wlnton, Chicago
4th Dlitrlct, A. M. Harrington, Gonova.
6th District, Wm. W right, Froepoit.
Cth District, J. B.Drake, Rock Island.
1th Dlitrlct, Geo. W. Ravens, Ottawa.
8th Dlitrlct, Washington IS. Oook,
9th Dlitrlct Chai. P. King, Poorla.
10th Dlitrlct, David K Head, Carthago.
11th Dlitrlct, J. M. lluib, Pitttfield.
12th Dlitrlct, K 1 AXerrltt. Bprlnf-Oeld.
ISth Dlitrlct. John A. M&llorv.Uavana.
14th Dlitrlct, J U. Ruiby, Champaign.
loth uiitriet, a. u. common, umng
16th District, C. D. Hoiloi, Qreoov!Ue.
17th District, VY.H, iwome, fcdwardi
18th District, V. II. Croon, Cairo,
19th Dlitrlct, Jamoa P. itoblnion.OInoy,
At Larue. N. II. Miller. Oblcaeo
At Largo, R. W. Towcsend, Bbawneo-
At Large, Wra. llrown, Jacksonville
Mr. Urown was elected ohairman of
Tho lollowiug Contral Committco
waa appointed bv tho l)ninnit..
vention of Alexander county, at Cairo.
a.. i no sot,. " I
Clear Creek, Thornu J. luciure.
Uoose Island, O. Oreenley.
Dog Tootb, N, Uunsacker.
HazUwood, James E. ilcCrlto,
Thebes, J. O. Kolwing.
BanU j. w. Renfrow.
UaltT. V I MIK...4
t wh.iIro'J j Met'calf,ll n UarroIJ,
T W HalJIday and James Carroll. '
v.i.w, oonn u. uoiiman, John
Howley, John Hogan and Dr. D. Artor.
Tbe fclhjwing Central Cotumlttoc
wm -Bppolntedby tho Domocrath-Lib.
cral concntion ttiot met nt Anus,
September I, 1871, aud nominated
candidates for Ilia legislature in tlio
Fiftieth Senatorial District :
Aloxandor, U K lllaku, J O Lynch.
.Incision, t Uiibon, .loicph Cully.
Union, OHvr Hill, V M Fotlno.
At Largo, T r Ilnuton, of Union.
TltK Methodist Eplicopal conference
closed at Mt. Unnnol on Sunday last.
The next sciMon will bo held at Con
The executive departments, nt Wash
ington aro reported to bo busily en
gaged in preparing their estimates of
the Government expenses for the next
fiscal year. Tho aggrcgato amount, It
is stated, will not exco d iho sums nl
lowed byCongro lor the current year.
Senator X.ooan is uot tho only
politician who is fighting thebattlus of
tho rebellion over tigaiti as a means of
gaining victory for tho Radical party
in tho campaign of 1874. Senator
Rotcoe Conkling of .New York, who,
liko Senator Logan, has an eye to tho
presidency, is alpo raking in tho ashes
of the rebellion. At the Vttca con
vention which re-nominated John A
Dix for governor of New York,ho mado
Speech in which ho admitted that hh
party had no other Uno unonwliioh to
go lo tho pooplh than tho old wurury of
1801. In the beggary and bankruptcy
of republican statesmanship nothing
remains but tho gospel of hatred, and
Roscoo Conkling preached it at Utica
with as much earnestness, as much clo-
quenco and as much Jccling as ho
preached war to tho knife when Sum
ter fell. Wo conlcas it is dreary read
ing, and the mind turns away in des
pair from this continual refrain about
the "rebels" uud "rebellion," "treason"
and "slavery" whother it is sung by
Sonator Roscoo Conkling of New York
or Senator Logan of Illinois.
Unitku States Maiishai, Pacicaiid
of New Orleans, resents tho inference
mado in Senator Schurz'late St. Louis
speech that.bosidcs being United States
musbal,and otic of tho priucipal accom
plices of Judge Durcll aud Kellogg in
tho usurpation two years ago, ho is now
tho managing spirit of the state cen
tral committco of tho Kellogg party,
and is therefore not a fit person to havo
tho control of United States troops
present in Louisiana (or tho profcsEcl
purposo of enforcing tho laws in the ap
proaching state election, tho position
giving him the opportunity to uso these
troops for a pnrtuau uud unjust pur
poso il ho so wills. Marshal Packard
has addrosscd a letter to Gcu. Emory
asking that officer to testify to the un
justness of Sonator Schurz' imputa
tion and to certify to his singleness
of purpose in his control of
tho United Status soldiers in Louisiana,
General Emory comes to Marshal Pack
ard's rescue, affirms that he has never
so used thu troops, aud,what is more to
tho purpose at present, mlorms him
that any attempt to do so would bo
promptly and immediately roscutcd by
both officers and men. Tho clcotion in
Louisiana takes placo in a fow wcoks
and in its results will show conclusively
whother Senator Schurz,jiortuntcly for
the people of Louisiana aud tho
country, has misjudged Murshal Puck
BROUERIUK IN Vile. dENATK.
Captain Jutoei M. l'aronn has handed
ui thu following, which uppeared In tho
Herald many jenrs ago, but which liu
freih Interest for workinginun at n tlmu
when nltticlans aru covertly seeking tu
dlroct their voted fur relllih ondi:
Iom the Philadelphia I'rc.
David C Broderick, thu young icnator
from California, hns, in a single year,
made a national reputation of which nmn
a statennan might bo proud. Hit cjnmt
bat excited mucn Inturtit. Thu itrangur
vlilttng thu senate gallery toon inqulrci
for hit seat. Flguru to youreolf a man ot
about thirty eight years of ago, flvo fout
ton inches in holgbt,n strongly knit frame,
wen proportionca, nu ueimerato in all
his movamenls. You will bo at onco tin
prosted with his counteuanco. Reaolullon
and courage are marked on every linea
ment. Tho history of Mr. Broderick is
best told In tho followluc itrlklni: extract
from bis late spouch ngalnit tho Ijucomp
ton constitution. It reveuli his own
struggles with udvorsity, and tbosocret of
bis elovation to tho position ho ooctlplei.
us ropnos to wuun no roouxoi senator
Hammond, of South Carolina:
"1, lr, am clad that the senator has
spoken thui. It may have tho oilect of
arouiloe In tho worklnumen that spirit
which bas baen lying dormant for contu-
riei. it may alio nave tne ellect Ol aroui
Ing the two hundred thouiand men, with
puro whito skim, in South Carolina, who
are now aegrauou ana ueiplied by thirty
.uuuiKim ariiiucrauo lavoaoiunn. it mav
. . n v. . i 1 ..i.i i J
mum w uouiauu wnat il too power
"LlukMwlthMiccti's assumed, and kept
That raouds nnothcvU weakneu to Its will;
, , n.vw . inn .licit uuuus, Mill lo IUC1H J1J,
Hikes even their ml(ht!ett dcedi apneAr as
! i j aim. ,i
"1 iuppocd, sir, tho senator from
ooutn Carolina aia not intend to- ba per
nna in hli remarks to any of hli noon
upon this lloor. If I had thought sol
would liavo nottcod tbein at tbo tlmo I am,
sir, with ono exception' tho youngest in
years oi tne senators upon tun floor. It ii
not long sinco 1 served an apprentice
ship of Uvo years at one of the moit
laborious mechanical trades puriuod by
man a trade that from III nature devetci
Us follower to thought, but debars him
from oonvoriation. 1 would not have
alluded to thli, if it were not for the re
marks of the senator from South Carolina:
and the thousands who know that I an!
the son or an artlian, and have been a
f? i kJ! oai ftel disappointed In we
If 1 did not reply to him. J am not
proud of tbli. I am ,orry .t, truo I
would that could havo enjoyed tbo plesi
ures of life In my boyhood's days, but
they were dcn.sd me. I ,.y tbfs 'with
pain. I nave not the admiration fur the
men of the clan from vtbence I sprunir
that might be expected ; they mbmlt too
tamely to opprenlon, and are too prono
to neglect tnoir rignii anu uuties at cut
zons. But, sir, the clats of society to
wnoie ion l was born, untler
our lorm of govorment, will
control the alTalrs of this na
tion. If 1 wero Inclined to forget my
connection with tbcm, or to dony that 1
sprung irom men), inn cnambor would
not ba the placo tn nhlcli I could d
either. While 1 hold a scat bore, I have
but to tool: at tne beautiful capitals adorn
ing tbo pilattel a that support tbli roof, to
bo reminded of my fitthor'a talent, and to
see his handiwork.
"I left tho iconoi of my youth and. man
hood for tbo 'far welt.' becauia t was tired
of the struggles and ino Jea'ouilei of raon
of my clan, who could not underitand
wbyonaoftbolrfeliowiihould seikto olo
vain hli condition above the common
lovot. I made my new abod'i amine
ilraiigsrs, where labor Is honored, 1 had
la't without rocrtt: there remained no tie
of blood to bind mo to any bnlng In oxlit
once If I foil In tbo struggle for reputa
tion ana rouuno, tnnro was no rnlal'vo on
earth to mourn my fail. The people of
California elcvaiod mn tn the highest of
flco within their gift My election wa
not tliT remit of nn accident. For years I
bad to struggle, often seeing thn coal of
my ambition within my reach; It was
again and again taknn from m by thn aid
ot mon of my own clan. 1 had not only
them to contond with, but ntmoit the en
tlro partisan preis of my itate wn iub
sldizcd by government money and patron
aen to oppoio mv olectlon. I ilncnrelv
hope, ilr, the tlmo will come wheu uch
peerlifi at that or the nenalor from
8ulli Carolina will be cnmldrred almion
to tho laborer of lh nation "
fl'nrls Corrcpoiulpuco INilluduljiblu lVo.
ill Cumpnliy wnu Utvul JWvruvj 1 hmU
a vury doliguiful interview with Kunlu
ilu Qlrardln, thu vuturan odltor of (bu 'L
i teuv, and a touownod leader of too Re
publican party us well. Tliu (lutlliu'iiidiad
author of "Lo Suiinltco d'un Kumiuu
livtn in snperb style In un olvgaut hutl
on the Ruo do la Prevouif, tbo apartment!
ol whkh nro crowded with cboi: works
of art. un admlition to tho hall, tho oyo
li nt onco struck by Um luporb bust of uu
Arab chief, a copy of which, u in thu Lux
embourg gallery, tvtillu h lltltu further on
stands aetutun by Cleitngor of tbo Ding
Uuert-tU, opooiltu to which hangs a Inrg
plcturo by Snyder's, reproscntlng a doer
hunt a very pell-mell of dogi and dcor,
ion oi lilo and vigor and motion lioyond
tho Haiti a charming itatue of Andro
meda chalnud to tbo rock attractod bv
gazo; but wo wore nokaulftrtd lo linger
boforo there works of art, as the servant
howud us nt onco into the library, and
men went to apprise il. do Oir
Brain of our arrival. The li-
brary is nn immensely long but
narrow room, runnins tho wholu length
of tho homo, an ; lined with low caioi
which are QHcd with volumes in rich una
tasteful binding. Right opponto to the
door uangi a portrait or Rachol in classic
costume, by Duval, a floe painting, but
lets latiiiactnry as u likunen tban it the
charming portrait or tho ereat actress bv
Aiuller, whicli Is exhibited in tho Aliaco
Lorraine exhibition, and of which I epoku
in n former lettor. Other works of
art, Including a flno orlcloal Doucbor.
bung upon tho walli above the bookcasei,
and among thea was ono at which I
gazed wllb deep and painful Interest. It
was a crayon drawing representing a fe
rnalo hoad reclining upon a pillow, tbe
eyes cloord, tho delicato finely cut features
sharpened and wnilod by diseaio, and a
wtoatli of laurel abovo thu dark and
dlshevollod bair, It is a portrait of tbe
deal Rachel, taken a few hours after
death had closed thoio wondrous eyes,
arid set n seal upon tho magic of thoio
eloquent lips. In thn center of tbo room
standi a itatue ot George find, tbo pow
ertul face, with ill broad brow, evil
mouth, nnd boavy, sensual looking throat,
showing ic overy iiue tho woman who ii
at nco tbo glory and tho ilmmo of her
lex, tbe autboreei ol Consuolo and Man
prat, and tbo idol as woll of a hundred
lovers, to not ono of whom did sbo over
give faithful nQ'ectlon or enduring con
stancy. Before wo ba1 half Tlowed tbe
marvoli around us wo wero summoned to
the prlv&tn itudy of il. de Uirardin
Thuru wh found him, the elderly, koen
yod delicato looking Pronchmon, dram
atist, odltor, politician, a power in tbo
Parisian world, wbethor of letters, or
ot politics Ho welcomed us warmly
expressed doop InUrest In tbo Centennial,
nnd promised bu fullest oo-opor.itlon and
uisittnnco to our cause. Taking from the
labln a copy ol thn penii) papur called
Ld Petit Journal, ho mid, '-Thli pnpor
uircuUto tbrte hundred and tllty thou
sand copies dally, the largest circula
tion of any papor In France, and to thli,
aswulltiS'La Preise,' 'I,a Llborte,' and
other newipapern which 1 control, will 1
contlJo tbo tntk of giving publicity to the
details of your groat national anniversary.
And if nt any time I can in any way
seivo America and Americans, do not fall
to call upon me.'' It ii Impossible to ox
acgerato in the words thu extreme cnr.
diality of hi manner as woll ns his speech.
When wo roioto take leave, Colonol For
ney aiked him if ha could not come him
elf to visit our great oxbibltlou, but he
gravoly shook his hoad. "I can ipok no
hnglliD." And to we departed, charmed
with tbn courteous klndnesi of nnr l.n.i
and with tin sumptuous abiding. place as
Embroidery promises to bo about as
flllth Inn bill n V4i 'I'll.. tiar.4. I.u
1 " V ' " llHUUVUIJIVSfc JIIJ-
ported suits are covered with It.
Tim nnw luinnnl liav. p.lh. . . I .. . 1
aipoct. They aro high, Hiring and largo
in shape and tuscepllblo of considerable
Legal-form nolo and letter paper is at.il I
tbo eminently correct tbini; amunif futh.
lonablei. llrown, puarl, buff and thu
fainlCIt 1)1 a k nro tho lavorltn ehadna.
it would appear as if tho combination
lllll. Illa.u ilu.llt...il ... a l.t 1,
--- '"p, uciiiucu ,u uo I, iniuiuuauiu
ni.-ft wlnfp a ! Tl,. ..i-
" - - i,. uo iu vniiiiuiu rUJO
Il to havo the ileovei of tho wilst of the
amo mntunai and color us the underskirt.
General Sherman's duughter'i bridal
iuuo wns nisao in raril. it is ol wblta
gros grain, trimmed with point lacs and
artificial orange vines iu grea. profuilon.
Tho polonalio will continuo faihinablo
ln.l.,ltnis,.l ni in . a ....
I. MOUIUHJ.Y, Aiioy Mm not ue uiftioruiiY
Kllnrm.l. A nmu t.lns. t. !.. r Hiai
tho back from tbe nock to the ed(;o In tho
ii at jiiuau, ii ii ui r rencii origin,
Hnrjier'a Uszaar U authorhj for tlio
ittttftniftnt t tl am t all MaMnnt ... i
......... ... m 1 1 tjni uivutD nig uiaue
very hi In tbo nock, and a yak laoe ruff
nr nlin h ilaii.llr,.. i. j j , i
uu ijwuui7u .uniuu uown collar.
Feather trimmings will bo extonnvely
mod tbli winter.
KlfVntaln nmiini.nla urn In t. . in l
w i -...-..... u mvur, xnov
are vury bandiome.
K-...u nns Willi mo
new and peculiar shoe,
Long oarringi are to bo rovlvod tnii
winter. This is what tbe loading I ewalon
Tho navy bluo cloth waterproof cloak
continues In high iavor. it Is ono of tbe
bist garments over introduced.
Powdered hair is entirely and com
pletoly out of fashion. Leu falso hair Is
worn now tban for many years pait.
Nocklacos or American twenty dollar
gold coini aro likely to be faihlonablo.
Several wore displayed at tho Saratoga
Cora Is now so plentiful in Ala-
hama that a hiishel of it is freely ex
changed for sixty cents.
At Jladscotc, tn tho collego or Kails
chkouuiar, tho Hindoo students per
form Shakospcaro's plays. They don't
caro who wroto them.
Wo aro indebted to a provldontial
derancomout of Toper's liver for his
nbsoueo from ton country, ncre is at
least ono advantage in having a liver.
Savannah is situated in the midst of
dairies that havo furnished hor with
twenty thousand pounds of fresh hut
tcr during the last year.
Tho French colonials in Franklin
county, Kansas, engaged in silk cul
ture appear at last to have got thoir
UUIIUCAR on a eausiaciuij uurio,
the -St. Louis Republican, and it will
not surpriso us if Kaueus yet becomes
ono of tho best of fllk-producing re
Hvorybody should Vive hi llrpuh
Uijue&t Morlaix on the ucoisioii of
lnlnl inn 'n vU!t. Central Lo Flo I
said to a little boy, "Silence, raginuf
fin, some one has given you two cents
to shout for tho Kopublic." -aid tho
ragmuffm, "Ha, old one, they gave
you a great deal more than that for
Fcrving a republic that you don't
Lnnrt-Mnf'-l 1 1 ii. Tril Tn) IFII T trilllird
aro now to b. .Ur,ouiidc.l by jsrnvcllod
WalKH anu nuruuuurj. jb inu pincu
is used by Odger ami other sgitntors
for public mcetiugs, and thero is no
pretext lor preventing eucuaseciublagos,
this shrubbery is, perhaps, a niso, for
tho whole polico of London can be
called out to provent tho trampling
down of the shrubbery.
"In tho north ef England and in
Scotland thoy havo mado tho discov
ery that our great national game is a
modification of tho old gamo of round
ers, which was a favorito in that region
forty years ngo." It an American
should invent a method for propelling
ships by tlio captain stauding over
board and kicking against tho stern
sonio Englishman would certainly turn
up ready to prove that a British inven
tor sold tho patent right of that mo
tivo power to Noah jut before he fin
ished tho ark. Thcso Englishmen aro
somewhat liko Chiucsc, who, us soon as
they heard thero wus a gamo called
billiards, produced documentary evi
dence that a Chinaman named Fung
Sang played tho pocket t;amc iu a
match on tho planet Saturn four thou
sand years boforo the creation of the
earth. Max Adelcr.
Tho Montgomery (Ala.") Advertiser
and Mail says thero is likely to bo con
siderable troublo for somebody con
cerning the distribution of tho "Gov
ernment grub." Charges arp thick in
the air concerning tho favoritism of tho
Radical lactioua in tho issuing of tho
rations, and it is stated that somo freed-
men hid drawn two and thrco times
the amount they wero entitled to do.
Canada is making great efforts to
bring emigrants from England to tho
Dominion, nnd to divert them from the
United States. Two wcoks ago six
hundred English immigrants arrived
at Montreal, five lmuslmd ofibcui boiug
farm laborers. All wero under tho
caro of tho Secretary of tho "National
Agricultural Laborer's Union.
A short time rinco a littlo comrucrc
ial ' drummer" chanced to gel iuto tho
samo railway carriago, in England, in
which tlio Dukes of Arpylo nnd North
unborland wero travelling. The thrco
chatted familiarilv until the train Btop
ped nt Ainwick Junction, where tho
Duko of Northumberland got out. and
was met bv a train ol flunkeys and for
vants. "That must be a great swoll,'
said tho drummer to his romaining
companion. "cs' responded th
Duko of Arcylo, "bo is tho Duk o
Northumberland." "Eless my eyes I'
exclaimed tho drummer, "and to think
that he should havo been so condescend
ing to two littlo snobs like us."
CO A I.
THE CAIRO CITY
Are propared to supply customers
with the best
f.sfivu nimviiu it
"-3-fr11Mnv lli-n nflloa V, ?n
jut uniuwiy iilUi fl i, uuriuoai
CSrT At Egyptian Mills; or
ESTAt the coal dump, foot ol
.. t... ,..t. ......
lm Inducements to Lare Consumers
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY
TUB FORTY.F1FTI1 ANNUAL
OliaSION of fjtudlei in tbo
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY
Will begin on
MONDAY, SEIIEMDEU 7th, 1874
For l'roipectui, giving tormi, initruc-
nons 10 parents, etc., ivc, apply to or
REV. JOS. G, ZEALAND, S. J.,
St Louli Unlvcnlty, SI, Louli, Mo,
J Mi PHILLIPS
I'repropared to forward nil kinds ol
Freight to all points.
tBmlncM attended to promptly.
And Dealer in
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, &c.
13TI will sell In car load lots at inanutac
Hirers prlcfn, adding freight.
t'OKl'KY, HAIUUSON & CO.,
KUffamrara to ), IJurd A Hon.)
ITO R.-W A.DRX5I3STO-
S'l.onu I1I1AIM AND HAT.
' Levw. CAIRO. IMifl
, WoOll RittenllOUaO & BotllOl
Uenkiial Commission JIkkchant.
l.'JH Ohio Lovoc, Cairo.
'notn ,(. n.TAOKS
T1IOMH & JJHOTIJEll,
succcnoiire to II. .M.tlulcn,
4KD DBiLRHS IM
-ftil nj-rt S'nnry lirurnrlra,
foreUm and Domestic
131 Commercial Avenue,
OAIRO. . . ri.MNOIH
NEW YUKK. bTOitK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
lAEoasr YA.ntJ.Tr itock ih thh o
GOODS BOLD VERY GLOBE.
tnriirr at Blon!r-Dlti ainttaud l'iru
t . t). t ATI Kb
MILLER. & PARKER,
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, UAY.&c.
Agents for 1'airbauk Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
f. M. 3TOCKFLETH,
Rcetlilcr nnd Wholesalo Dealer In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LIQUOHS AND WINES
NO1 OL OHIO LEVLK,
IIAIHO, .... ILLS
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON
(Succcsior to John II. Phtlli!,)
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS,
MEAL, URAN, &c.
Agents for Laflin 4 Rand Powder Company
COR. Tf.NTII ST..t OHIO LKVER,
I) .ATBRS. K, J, AYHK
AYERS t CO.,
HKNEHAL COMMISSION MKHOHAN'I
No 71- I.MVKH.OnintlAiKn, Ii.li
STRATTON & BIRD
Agents Aincricau Powder Compauy
67 OUIO ZSVSE, CftlltO.
i.. u. .Jiailius v. c. Iff
MATHUSS & UHL,
Konvardlug .t Genera'
; Dealer In
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
Ohio Levee, . Oaiuo, Ili,8.
R. SMYTH & CO,
LIQUOK DE ALElt
No. 00 Ohio Levco,
Jobbers and Retailers of
ft... .. I..-!.. t.l k T-.l!-
loilctt Articles, Druggist's
Lend and Other Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material. Tt be
C!i,,(V IM.. T.-'J..
JLUIIS, JllU., XilU., JUIU,
Wo Solicit enrrcspondynce and order troin DriiKKlil, I'lirilelan nd fleni-ral i
n waiitol ( pod. In our l.lno. Hteamboat. nmuilo-i and Family Medicine co
lilicil or Itcllllcd with iMIaldo Drugi at ltcaBonublo Itatei-
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
- I ill. In T
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
it. W.-MI M.Kit, I'rcstdoutrz:
J. M. 1'llll.l.ir.S. Vice fioildciil,
CHAS. CU.NM.N(tliAM, Caliler.
COLLECTIONS I'KOM 1'TLV MADE.
KXC'IIAN(iT.,t-idti, banknote i id L olled
suics securities ijongni niui oiu.
Interest nlloviiri on time Uipolt
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAPITAL, .... S 100,000
W. 1'. IIALMIJAY. I'l-eMdrnt;
IIKNItY U IIAI.I.tDAY, Ice Frcildont.
a. ii. sam-uiu', t-iMiiicr:
WALTKIl HYSLOr, A-Utant Cablcr.
STAA1M TjIYI.OH, It. II. Cl'.NMNfillAM
II. L. IIAI.UDAY, V. '. HAI.1.IIIAY
0. 1). Wii.mamjon, .-ii:i'Hi:n llnin,
A. II. Saiyoiih.
Excliance, Coin nnd United; States
llotnls iiouglit and hold.
DEPOSITS rcccivcil and a general baulilng
VEGETABLS V70HM SYR UP
Abravemanmtyiiuirprpiln, when lnltlclo
upon lilniseir, berol .ly; butliu
CANNOT SEE HIS CHILI) SUITER
Tlicro Is no oilier milady. Incident to child
hood, that In accompanied bv moro lndo
tcrllmblc wrct licdnosn of tlio llttlu Miirjrtr
PRODUCED BY WORMS;
and when the parent fully unricrMRiids tho
uuaiiun no win noi sicitiy a moment In (
CliriUl' UlO IllOSt Dtnmill. mill flllnlntit rmnn.
dim to Iniiire the expulsion ol the Intruder.
ino rerai'iiy may ueiotinu lit
I). KOQEItS' VEOETAI1LE WOltM
I'loase bear in mind that
Is tho relinbtn nrf Ti.nvillnn
UOGEUS' WOltM SYHUI'
U a tnlnah?n iirnnnr.itlmt.
ItOGEHS' WOI1.M SYltUI'
il liked bv Iho children.
HOGEItS' WOltM SVItUI'
liosltlvclv destroys wormc.
ItOGEHS" WOltM SYltL'I"
leaves no bad cll'ccts.
liOGERS1 WORM SYRUP
Ii hlKhly rccomuionded by phvIciana and
l uii(iiciftlomibly tho best worm medicine
Price 55 ccntc, For tale by all drut'Klsti.
JOHN F. HEMtY, CL'ItltAN & CO.,
8 and 1) Colli't'o Place, New York.
C. WINSTON A CO,
Real Estate Agents
74 Ohio Levee, (Second Floor,)
Buy aud Sell HEAL ESTATE. Pay TAXES
Furnlihei Abtrnrt of Tftln.
nii ill oi
H f r. i . i
Fancy Goods, Collier "VI
(jn nrs. I
RETAIL & PREJCRll'TlON,
it- ...... j ... ... ...
S'i Hi at you will Kct H all luck in
I 'HI H.T1I1 Qnilll LinillTO
im mi m
n s mill inn
'i ii vniini i s 1 1 1 viiii in i is is
M 1 1 V I n 1 1 1 1 II A HI
1 tl UtIIIIHH iWM iWtli
Sinipli! iii Construction,
Circlully M.ilo ot Very tlit.Mtcrla!
Alw.'iTolns rir .Hutu 11ri(t
Gnuutttl Is GiTj Satiifatlica Erery
And Under all Circumstance
012 k (III N. MAIN STHfcE
NT. I.olIlN sn,
C.W. HEXDLUSilN, Cnlro,
Ohio Leveo, ovor Mntliun k UI
SSST'onc but tirtt'clau ()hti
War a Tir lutiwii lor.u
Sad'orrt. Morris & Can
73 Ohio Lovco, City National
ttuilding, Caiiio, Ills.
r io olduH ctttibUsheil Agency In So
iimiois, rvpiBsuiiiiuu ovci
$65 0 00,00 0.00.
DR . W. JJLAU W
3uon UI( rV (upstairi) rorr fr etl
, ana vyaeniugton Avonuo.