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XUKSDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1674.
eaetal Paper of tbeOltr noil Connty
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On roar by curler U sot raid In
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n Bkostfe.br nail 100
three BQcmUxi & 00
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TXBMS Of -WKKKLT DUU.STIN.
One Year f 1 00
Six Month i 75
Three Month! W
KMdfBff mittler on errry pngr.
Doniocratfc Stato Ticket.
For State Treasurer
l'or Superintendent ot l'ubllc Instruction
S. M. ETIKR.
i'or Congress Klghtccnlh DIMrlcf,
r JtrpreuinUtlriiSyittlotli Mttrtct,
FOUNTAIN E. ALBRIGHT,
l'lRST Tho restoration ol gold nnd sliver
at the basis ot the currency; the resumption
ol specie payments as soon aft possible with
out disaster to tho business of tho country,
by steadily opposing inflation anil by the
payment of tho national Indebtedness In thu
money ol the civilized world.
Second Free commerce; no tariff for any
other purpose but revenue
Third Individual liberty and opposition
10 sumptuary laws.
rouimi-Tho right and duty or the
Stato to protect 1U cltlzcni from extortion
and unjust discrimination by chartered
lTirru-ltlgld restriction ol tho govern
lent, both Stato ami National, lotholcirlt'
lmate domain of political power by oxclud
log therefrom all executive and IcglMatiw
intersacddling with tho affair of Society
whereby monopolies nro fottcrcil, prlvll
edged clavcs aggrandized, nml ImllWdiia
freedom unnecessarily nnd opprc'tlU'ly
Tho following Central Committee
was appointed by llio Republican con
gressional convention that met a
Mound City, August R), 1871 :
Alexandor county, G. W. McKcalg j
Jackson, llecj. Jj. Wiloy;
Johnson, A. J. Aldcn ;
Massac, Henry Armstrong ;
l'errv, S. J.Varks;
Pope, II. D. lUkor ;
FuUtkl, OeoTge W. Mortz, tSr.;
isanaoipn, jj. n. iioiiasiors ;
Union, II. 11. Stinson ;
Williamion, Mllo Jirwin.
Tiio folowlug Central C'oinniitteo
was appointed by tho Republican con
rcntion ol tho Fiftieth senatorial dia
triet, held at Mound City, August 1U
Aloiandor county, E. E. "Walbridgo;
Jackson, Ezra 11. l'ollott ;
Union, T. U. i'hllllps.
At tho Domocratio cont:rcsbioual
convention, held at Anna, September
J, 181, tho following Central Com
mittco for tbo JJiglitccnth district was
lfandoJph, Uovcrly H'illshiro;
Perry, E. U. Jtushor;
"VVllllamson, G. "W. Goddard ;
Jackson, O. "W. Andrews;
Union, Hugh Androws ;
Johnson, I. N. 1'iorco:
Massac, J. W. Thrift;
Pone, D. U. Field ;
Pulaski, Obed Kdson ;
Alexander, John 11. Oberly ;
At Large, Judge F. llross, Cairo.
Tho following executive committee
for Union county was appointed by
the Democratto county convention that
mot in Joneshoro, August 21, 1871 :
Judge M. O. Cruwrord ;
(). U. Kroh ;
O. P. Hill.
The iollowing Stato committee was
appointed by tho Democratic-Opposition
convention, at Springfield, August
1st District, Egbert Jameson, Chicago
24 DUtrlct, "Win. J.Onaban, Chicago '
34 DUtrlct, F. 11. O. Wlnton, Chicago
4th District, A. M.llarrlngton.Oonova.
6th Dl.trlet, Wm. AY right. FrUpoli.
Cth Diatrlct, J. 8. Drake, Kock liland.
7th District. Geo. W. Hmnm. im...
Bth District, Washington E. Cook,'
Oth District Ohas. 1'. King, l'uoria.
10th District, David E.HcaJ.Oarlbaue
11th District, J. M. Hush, VitUueld.
12th District, E. Ii. Merritt. Hnrln,.nni,i
13th District, John A. Mallory.Havana,
m vniic, u. ii, iiusoy, uiiampalgn
xmrt, at. u. jiouinson, JiiUnc
16th DLlrict, O. D. Jfoiles, (rcenville.
sun wisinct, Y. II. Kromo, Edwards
18lh District, W. 11. Groon, Cairo.
10th District, Jamofl 1". itoblnson.OInov,
At T.lrrr. M II Al. I, .... ' '""J'
. ... ... jjniiar, unicago.
town. " ""lui
... vv,u, jijown. Jarkmmvlll..
Mr. Brown was elected chairman of'
rIho lolIowin7i,ai Cnnmittco
was appointed by tbo Democratic con
yention of Alexander county, at Cairo
August 23, 1871: '
Clear Creek, Tboraas J. McClure
Goose Island, O. Groenley.
Dog- Tootb, N. Hunsacko?.
XlfiElewood, JaruM u. Me('p,
Banta ie, J. yv. Kenfrow.
Unity, "SV.J. illlford.
North Cairo, J II MotcalfM ii u.,.. u
T W nalllday'and Jam", cro 1 o11'
Howley, John Uogan and Dr. D, Artor.
The following Central t'omnUtco
was nnpoiutedby llio DcmocraticOib
cr.il convention that met nt Annn,
September 4, 1871, nntl nominated
candidates for tbo legislature in tlio
riflicth Senatorial District ;
Alexandor, 11 K lllako, J O Lynch,
.lackion, V Ulihon, .lofoph Oully.
Union, Oliver Hill, T M Forlnc.
At Largo, T F llouton, of Union.
The Cairo Uiutolto of thu wcolc con-
tains icvcral vigorous HarUoll articles.
This Opposition county committee will
could, would or should mcot to-night at
the council cbambor.
TlLTON and iloullon havo been lodlctcd
for libelling Henry "Ward lleoohor.
O.vr dallv papor only Is publlihod In
tho stato o"f StlsslHlppI-tho Vlcksburg
iln. WittABU 1'niLUrs has doler
mlnod to attempt to defeat Ocn. Henjamln
F. Uutlor for congress In tho Essox dis
Mk. llKKCnxn proached In Plymouth
on Sunday to i "crammod houio." Tho
oponlng prayor was a msster-ploco ol
patties, anil an appoal for rest to every
hoarl oppressed by sorrow.
TllEllfoof Ohlof Justice Ohasoby ilr
.I. IV MitiM.-nr. reeentiv Illuod by V.
Anplolon A- Co., . mi.
land mdJItlon, a3 lh Jmnu lorwio uook
KVVjlJ BUUHI4 U. JU
Uk.v. I'AHNHWoiini and Uon. Ilurlburt
nro indulging In joint discussions. It is
said that Farnsworth Is tho best ram of
tho two on tho stump; but, then, it is
Farnsworth's friends who say so.
Tiik ladies of New Orleans gave an
onlertalnmcnt latoly in tbat city for tho
boncfit of the famlllos of those who foil
in the I'enn rebellion. It was In ovory
respect a grand suecoss.
Mll.0 Kiiwin is tho Kopubllcan candl-
dato for sonator In tho Williamson county
district. If a Kopubllcan Is to bo olected,
tho cloction of Erwln will glvo us pioar-
uro. Ho Is an ublo young man nnd would
miko an oxcollont member of tho senate.
1m tho museum of Cassol Germany, Is a
library made from fivo hundred Kuropcnn
trees. Whou tho bookmakers of Germany
run out of, trees, 'they may find In this ro-
glon an Inoxhaustiblo number of "r.'ooden
Mr. HENitr Gi-.keiiaum, of Chicago
has been at Q'llnoy ondoavorltig to movo
Old Kichardson and Gon. riiugloton Irom
tho orror of their groonbacklsh ways, Ho
ipoko in fjulncy on tbo ovoningof tbo !M
JiAsr weok two young colored women
applied tor admission into tho StmUiorn
Illinois Normal University, at Carbon
dalo. Sovoral of tho white studonts folded
tholr shirts, packed thoir valises, and in
dignantly rotrcntod from tho contaminat
ing presence of tho colored students.
The wlntor of 1873-1 has boon stylod
tho "starvation wlntor." In 187a-1 tho
ICaillcn) parly had comploto control of tho
govornmont In all Its departments. That
party Is rosponslbU for the distress of tho
winter of 1873-1. It starved tho laborers
and robbed tho farmers.
Two romarknblu spoocbos woro made
last wojk ono by Speaker Ulalnc, of
Maine, at Osbkosh, nnd tho other by l'rof.
l'orry, of William's Colloge, at Omaba.
Tho Speaker's subject was ''Tito Public
Dobts of tho United Slates," and tbo Pro-
fossor's, "Tho Foss of tho Farmors."
Tub report that Hon. Georgu W. Wall
will not support Mr. Hartzell for congress
Is a canard. Mr. "Wall Is a supportor of
Mr. Hartzoll, but has rut tlmo at his dis
posal to mako a canvass of thollstrict
Among his neighbors in Perry ho will do
much good work for Mr. Hartzoll.
The State Hoard of Equalization did
not add to or tako from tho assessment of
lands in Alexandor county, but did do-
duct 1'J por cont. from tbo assessment of
city lots. The board promised Mr.
Wilson, who was in consultation with it,
last wooV, to deduct 25 por cent,, but did
not do so.
Fr.KDKuit'K Dent Grant, son of tho
Prosldent, will ba married to Ida Mario
Honoro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 11. H.
Honoro, of Chicago, Tuesday aftornoon,
October l!0lh Inst. Tbo Prosldent and
Mrs. Grant will bo preicnt at tho mar
riage, which will tako pla:o at tho resi
dence of tho bride's parents.
Tut readora of tho Kcpublican papers
In the dUWict may be misled, by tho fact
that Mr. Oborly It tho tuMoctof nearly nil
thoir denunciations, to bnllevo that ho Is
the Opposition candidate for congross. Ho
is not. Hartzoll Is tho name of tho Oppo
tlon candidate, and at hint should tho
Itadlcal guns be aimed.
Tnu Stato ltoglitor says Wilttly, late
chief of tho United States socrot service
bureau, is a converUil thief and safe
blower. It is ovidont that tho blundering
typo, who ofton puts in an appcaranco at
Iiik jiuxLKTi.Y dOico, has stumbled upon
llio Keglster. Whltoly may bo a en
n'rf(Mlilcf, but his conversion has not
yet boon reported.
The West Tonnesseo Co-Onorallvo
Urango mot In Humboldt, Tonuossoe, on
lue lit Inst. lion. Jollorson Davis was
the principal orator. Ho spoko for noarlv
an nour, uiscuislng what ho termod, the
vassalage of tho South, claimlnir. vorv
sensibly, that tbo only way the touthorn
people could obtain relief was by direct
trado with foreign countries through tho
A coiiRKii-oNHKNT of Mooamln's Print-
"All compositors," ho says, "are avorio to
badly written manuscript, as it It n waste
of tlmo, patience, and money out of
pocket." This is true, and it is a fact
writers ror tho press should take notico of
and profit by. Tboro Is nothing moro an-
noylng than the hieroglyphics of many
The Cairo Uazolto suggosts Thomas
Martain, 3Csq.f of (loose Island, as a
proper man for county commissioner, In
placo or Capt. Thoraai Wilson, whoio
term of otllio oxplres this fall. Mr. Mar
tain is a good citizen, in every way quali
fied for tho position, but tho rule has boon
to givo to Cairo two of tbo commissioners,
If this ruto is varied, Mr. Martain la
also our flrst cbolco for commlaslonor.
McMastkrs, tbo member of tho state
board of equalization from this district, Is
a fraud, Ho knows no mora about Alex
ander county, and tbo other counties of
this district, than ho knows of tho glories
of hoavon. He has acted, over slnco ho
was olected, as it ho bad ltandolph county
only to tako caro of. Tho Kopubllcan
party ot tbo district Is rciponalblo for this
ofllcer. Tho members of tbat party elected
him, nnd his election has cost his constitu
ents thousands of dollars.
Tits now "Ordor of tho Uluo and the
Gray," which was planned and started In
vlcksburg loss than six weeks ago, prom
ises to incrono rapidly In strength and
number, and is tobi tho means, appar
onoly, of accomplishing n noblo work-
Its originators woro John 1). lloalrd, onco
a moinbor of tbo Jihjbtb Illinois volun
toarr, Oflatby'i regiment ; O. H. I'ogrm,
managorof tlio Woitorn t'nlon Tolonranli
offlco at Vlcksburg, and who was chief ope
rator on Uunoral (1 rant's itail' in tho
The Poland Patriot calls It Oborlv'a
mixed school bill. A correspondent In
tho Missouri Djmoorat, says O.iorlv Intro-
dacod Into tho logislaturo the ehojl law
now in force in Illinois. Either theso
follows nro mcorrlglblo asics or informal
liars, or both. Tbo Patriot knows that
at tho last session of lha legislaturo no
mixed school law was paisod, and it is n
fact that iho Siato gchool law was pssicd
beforo Oborly bocami n member of tho
goncral assembly. Hut thay will He, nnd
may tho Lord havo mercy on tholr souls.
The Murpbysboro Independent de
fends its determination tu not support
Col. "Vinston for tho General Asiombly.
It docs not support htm because tho Inde
pendent Is Independent. It has nothing
to say againit hh conipjtoncy or hit hon
osty; It can finl in tho Hold no bettor
cuididntoj but, you see, tbo Indcpacdont
isindopondeiit, and an inJopondont papor
must rofuso to support aomobody or its in
dopondonco will be suspected. Our :itl
zona who bollovo that tbo Independent
roflects Mr. Albrlght't toullmeiit aro mis
takon. Mr. Albright 1, wu aro sure, 'tot
ing fair with hlscolloaguo on tho Oppoal
On tlio ovomng ol thu second lust , M r.
Ileochor returned to 1'lymoutU church
from his summer vacation. HIi recoption
was onthuilastlc. It wu n ovation.
There was not in tbo church a vacant
scat, and so crowded woro tho nlska Hint
lauios fainted, and woro carried out of tbo
Uoma during tin sorvlcos. J'joplo nt a
distancofrom tbo scano of Mr. Uyochor'i
triumph will ba surprised that hit congre
gation, sujtiiln him. Devotion to friends
is a virtue, but unroasoning devotion that
Induces membors of u Cbrittlan church to
stand in dofenso of eueh n man ns Mr.
ltoochor It u crime. 1'ho ovldonco againit
this man is of u most dauiuglng hlml. Wo
oo not uiulerstunc how uny porson who
has road it doubts his t;uilt.
Si'Eakiku of the latoly threalciiod war
botweon China anJ Japan, tho Kow York
Iforald's Paris correspondent says of
China: "A grcnt heathen cmpiro ol
400,000,000 Inhabitants, adopting tbo pres
out Gorman military system, could keep
up a standing army of J,00o,000 in pro
portion to Its populution merely on tho
peace rooting. Arm this forco with
breech-loaders and Krup guns, oflleor it
with Europeans and put tho flnancos into
such ordor as may onablo you to fcod It;
and you havo opportunities which Napo
loon nover dreamed of. Imagino a "War-
ron Hastings, or, better still, a Daplelx,
witn Imaginative designs, constituting
himself prima minister ot tho countrv,
anl wioldlng, in tho namo of tbo fainrant
Kmporor, tho oaormous material resources
of Ohlua at his ploasure. Ho might
march from Pukin to llerlin If ho only
arranged lilt transportation properly,"
one HUNmiKiT anmY'twentv
Tho numbor of I.lttlo's Living Ago for
Oct. 3d, now beloro us, begins the PJ3d
volumoof that "Oldest and boat of tbo
Eclectics." It Is, thorcforo, u good num.
her with which to begin subscriptions
No hlghor recomiiiondulion of any macs
zinc could be given than tho fact that It
has boon publlthod so many yours with
constantly Increating success.
mo present numoor contains Motley'j
Lifo and Death of llarnevold. from tbo
EJlnburg Itaviaw; On the Porcoptlon of
mo invisible, Mncmlllari ; Tbo Lifo uj
i lowers, uiiambora' Journal; Tho Future
ofitoyalty, Spectator; Sicily, Saturday
.review; vjur ngiattons with Morocco, Ex
aralncr; Tj Charles Sumnor In Memo,
rlam, by W. W. Story, lllaekwood, to
gothor with Itistalmonts of tbo romarka.
mo eoriais. ' Kar fro-.i the Madding
Crowd, ' by Thomas Hardy, und "Tho
Story of Valentino and bit brothor," and
liioico poetry anu miscellany, "With flftv
two such numbors, of sixty-four largo
pagus oaeii loggrogating over :i000 pag0j
a yoar) tho subscription prico (IHi iow
or still bettor, for ?I0, any ono or tbo
Amorlcan flmagazlnos Is sont with Tho
Living Ago for a yoar. Littoll & Oay,
Fi.vanoiaily tho stato of South Care
Una Is in a rulnod condition, and a lato
lottor to tho Now York Trlbuno from a
correspondent in Charleston, shows that
tho educational intorcsts of tho stato aro
suffering equally with Its financial onot.
The executive's appointments of school
commissioners aro such as would nalur
ally bo appointed by a man of Govornor
Mosos' stamp. Tho commissioners nro
twonty.two In number, oach of whom j
draws a salary of ono thousand dollars,
Sovoral ol those school olncors csn ncllhor
read nor write, nnd tho only part of their
dullos oltondod to faithfully Is that of
drawing their salary "when tho money
happons to bo In tho stato treasury." In
msny Instancol, says tbo correspondent,
"tho natural result follows; tlio teachers
oro Ignorant, unprincipled and brutal, and
tho sums raid for Instruction are thrown
away. Frauds of tho most alarming
charactor havo grown up In tho manage
ment of tho schools; cortlucnlos of (orvlco
have boon given without schools having
Icon taught, an! duplisulo j:erlillcates
given almost as often. It is Impossible
to estlma'.o tbo amount of tho spurious
claims tiow outstanding against tlio stato.
They probably reash, 200,000 or 5300,000.
Tho Statu Suporlntondont, Dr. Jilsun, u
a man of loarning nnd honosty, but he
can do Ilttlo with such a mass i f stupid
ity and corruption as tho commissioners
appointed by llio Governor'"
Hotel and Restauraunt
122 Cominovcittl Avenue.
Two 'loon nollh of (J., and Vlncm.M ItlllroaJ
Atruity watch kept night and day for
Trains and Steamboats.
THE HEST 01' ACCOMMODATIONS
Tor trsr.oienl guests at
T W 0 D U L L A K S P E It D A Y.
HALL'S PATENT HUSKING GLOVES
VTEKY (ii:i:.TLV IMI'KOVEI) In Mrm
ol the vUwt, nnd tlio more complete
clilcUlirg or tlio parts blllilcet to wear, by
metal platc, making them wear iivi:
TiMi:s as i.omi ,1 ,, t)m Work faster nnd
eii-ler tlun miv other huiker. Madu ol tlio
cty be.t fill lenther. In lour nlze, right
nndhn hiinilcd. ':iniilM riit prepaid on
receipt ol prim. Half glovm, Sl.-J.'i; full
glovii. fJ.Vjper pair, l.ltieral distouiit In
lllLilltltlc . AiV vnur mnivhaut. ur address
HM.Ii 111 -sKIXO I.O ECU .
till' iijii, ih.
is as effectual a rented it
FOR FEVER & AGUE
a tho Sul.iato In tho fame clow, n hllo It ntfrcts
the hrail lot, Is moro alAtablo anJ much clitttptr.
Son l for iltJCllptlro Circular with TrltlitmiilnU
cf rhj)ltlunt from nil parts ot the country.
ffr"Samiilo ack.i;c for trial, 55 cent.
Prcpau-.l ly Ilil.t.I.NdH. CI.AH CO., llanuac.
turliiK Chtnilm, llotian, Utu,
$1,000 PER WEEK
C-VN bo made by uny Miiart man who r:
keep hNbil-liincs to liiui.eir. Addrct
1. I'. HEUMAN.N, Jloboken, .N.J.
MAi.4JUnrLi.Cj.,t,?lJrf4iry,?( Vur I
ri.-sriit I'ablmta 'J it T ,m
A GENTS WANTED lZZ
M.viu.Mil iil.ll..-s ,vm TIIH l'LOrl.l.
Every UraiiKcrwiuiu It. It it orllim
iiiiu Kciiiiinc. .Minn.., inr ierm, COO
LltATU II ITII. tU, Cincinnati, t. Ljii
or .Muscatine, Iowa.
Vf)IITn M "'anted to loam tel
1 t U Vt U iUIVi LTan iIiil'. nn, I i,,u n
ees on now linen whleii wn am liirnl.shliiK
with operatow. at alary Irom ?fio to $100
w.::i'i:""APii ixstituti:, .i,c(:
AND INSECT POWDER.
Vor Hats, Jlleo, Koacho, Ants, Hed-lltiL'
J. K. HK.VItV, Cl'KIlAN .tfO.,
STUAItT & OKOLSON.
ic iui.-c venture in iiniionncniij to
mir frirmU that our tlocl: ot I'M mil
Winter Goaih it now arriving. Wc
'hull offer thii tnuou a stock of Drat
Fnlrkt. Trimuiiiifi, Fancy Good,
Motions, ifc, xchivh fur variety, style
and excellence of material, excel any
Ihiny wc have heretofore offered. Our
larye and incrrutiny trade enables m to
buy from first hands at the bcU mir
of supply, Always on the alert to gain
every uihantiiyc in prieit, tee arc happy
tu ttate that this season tee have neund
the most attractive stock in the murht,
at jrim which wc guarantee "Hoc:
Jluttom." Ho affirm our ability to du
plicate Chicago und ,SV. Louis prices.
He KKtW OXLY THU JlOS'i
DKSIUMIMU GOODS, ALLOW
xo nr.MXAxrs to aguumc-
LATK, .MA KL' NO 11 A I) DUIl'J'S
AND WILL NOT JI1J UNDEll.
SO LI) IIY ANY HO USH JN THU
'fit A 1)12, A visit oj inspection will
convince purchuHrs of tho t.ctnwrdi
nary bargains offered by the pojudur
ami progn stive one-price, cash Dry
Goods house of
Stuart & Gholson.
th'.h Street, bolwcn Washington anil
WHB A WLI.lv guaranteed to JIalo nn
II II I ciiialo Ajjcnt In ihflr locality
I I Cost nothing to try It. l'artieu
II larsfii f. V. o. VK KEUV Je CO.
' Atl'-itstj. Jle.
J M. PHILLIPS
I'rcprcparcd to forward all kinds ol
1'reight to nil points.
tSrHinlnci nltcmlcd to promptly.
And Dealer It.
r.ime, Ccmont, I'lastor, Hair, Ac.
ETTI will mII III cirloml lotri at manulae
tnrr rs prices, aibllng freight.
COFKJSY, IIAHHISON & CO.,
(.Succomors to I). Kurd & Hon.)
n.ouu. sMtAirs and hat.
No 03 Ohio Lrvno. OAIKO. I LUM
Wood Rittsnhouso & Bothor
Oenkuai, Uom.mi8.sios 3Ii:ntANT,
13.'J Ohio Lcvec, Cairo.
.. I). Jlathusi j;. u.
MATHUSS & UHL,
I'orwanllug & Cencrj,
FLU Ml, ft 11 A IX, HAY AND
Caiuo, I i.i
it. a. moms ij. i), Tftomi
THOM3 & HROTHEK,
Sucecsotrs to 11. il.liulcn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BUOKElt
KtniIo tin.t I'mini- (irotrrto,
s'orelpn nd Uomestie
131 Commerr.lil Avenue,
OAIKO. . . ILLINOIS.
nhw ytmtt stoiiu,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
'.AHDllir VABHtTT STOOSC IB THII O
OOOIJS SOLI) ViHY OLOHE.
Jorurror Xlu.'ireuth nlrict 11:1,1 4)ro
O. O. I'ATIKIi
MILLER & PARKER,
FORWARDING MERCH S.
Dailer-i In '
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY.Kc.
Agents for Kairbatik fc'cales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
JOHN B. PHILLIS &, SON.
(Succc-sor to John II. Phl!h,)
FORWARD iNG MERCHANTS,
MEAL, RRAN, &c.
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powder Comrany
c:or.. tknth st. .v oiiioli:vi:i:,
D.AVSKN. E. .1. AYIIIl
AYERS t CO.,
BKHEH M COMMISSION WBHOHANK
No. 7B LnvaH.OiiioOAino, ItLs.
Y. Slratton. T. Illrd
STRATTON & BIRD
gcnis American Powder Company
7 oiuo z:ri:t:t mjko.
Ri SMYTH & CO.
LIQUOR DEAL Ell
No. 00 Ohio Lcvco,
Ami Dealer In
Jkiiitii Bt(bkkt, iikt. AVahiiinotok ami
vv......vik, uujoining iinnny a
Ki'ODS tlio bent of Deer. I'oi k. Viitin,, v,.i
tiinb. .SiiiBiiL'o etc., iiiiU it juvipareil to
rvo r.nnllloi in tin iicecptahlo maimer.
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Porfuinerv, Soaps, brushes,
Toilott Articles, Druggist's Fnncv Goods, Collier White
Lend and Other Grades, Paints, 'Colors, Oils, 'Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Trbe Colors, Dvo
Stuffs, Etc., Etc., Etc.
inVJ?.,?1'.1,1 on.lenco anil onlcm Irom DnipirlntJ. I'htilclant atitUlrneral Storei
n want oft JooiU In our .Inc. Mcainbout. I'lant.ttlon ntut Kauilly ile.llclno cet lurn'
Isheil or Itellllcil with UMhihlo Drug at ilca.onable Hate.' 1 -"eo'cino cnu mm.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, RETAIL & PHESCIUPTIOK,
71 Ohio Lcu'P. WnnhliiBton Ave. cor. L'ffiiUi SI.
SPEND YOUR MONEY
.-o that )'u Hilla'ct it nil l.at k in
For Ileal Solid Comfort,
Hy Invcitlng it ono of our now nitont
Mm St&r hn
Karcoin for giving oul a WoniJcrlui
if 4 Sffiilt COST i
Slinplp in Coinlnicllon,
L'nsily Miiiiaci J,
Carcltilly Mjile of Very llet MKicrh's,
Aln-ayihai i'lri ISato Dralt. mi'l n
Cuarantced lo Civs Saliificiica ETHyrtiis
And Under all Circumstances.
Excelsior Man'fg Co
i;i2 k ail x, mai.v ,stki:i:t.,
sr. l.oiriN, jh,
AND II V
C.W. HEMILKSOX. Culro. UN,
y, Ki. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent,
Ohio Lcvco, over .Matlius k I Mil'.
t&'Nonc but ftrst-clats Comimniit
Sallbrd, Morris & Cainlee
73 Ohio Luvec, City National Hank
Huililing, Uaihu, 1 1. i.8
rio oKlet cfctabllshcil Afroney In Sontho
iiihiui.1, reiireteuuiii' over
Cairo JJox and .Basket Co.
OV ALL KINDS, IIAItll AND 601 T,
Ivecii constantly on hand
Mill and Yard,! Connor a-lth Street
'i and Ohio Lovco.
nm m i
VECSTABLB WORM SYRUP
A brave man may Miller juln, whin lm!l ,e
uj.on hlnccir, hcroical y, Lit ho
CAX.VOT SKI! HIS CHILI) M.'FI'KK
There ! no other imh ly, Inrldtnt to chll.l.
l.ooO, that ccninpamri l y wore Inde
HilOal,!e wrtt JieJiicmofthe little m ffcrer
PRODUCED BY WORMS;
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iltuatiuii lt. wf ,l0t ,it.,ay a momciit In m
niHriK the iiio.t prompt nml .illrlcin runt-
I lie rmi-tly may be loiiml In
UK. KOUK11S' VKOKTAIILK WOKM
I'Icatv bear In miti'l taat
IIOOI.KV AVOKil SYItl I'
N tho reliable preparation
I! a I'alpable preparatlor.
i.inu.ii,-. t AYltl I
U llkeil by the children.
HiItlvtIy dci'royt wurmi.
iiuur.iis' uii.m hvill T
uaen no ImiI cllt-tf.l
HOG KltS' WO KM SVltl'P
hl!lii)- rtToiiniienileii i,y pliyj.
N iln.iiMtlonably tin; ir'i wcnni
m thu world.
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I'rlco'JScentH. Koralobnlldnij.'i; -t.
lOll.N 1'. HKSKY, CI-ItltAS .: CO.,
nniiuu(.uiici;o riacc, New Yolk.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WJI0L12 SALE K0OE It
And Dealer in
flo. u uiilo J.cicc, CAIKO, ILLS
mntita etwl tnn.. ..-. u .-"TV
.mm uiiiuii uiuure. ti
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
ISXo. HO Ohio Xiovo