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WEliNfcSbXY.OOTOUEU 7, 1874.
elftt Pnpcrot lhGltr nnd Comity
JUilN U. OUliltLV. Kdltor and I'ubllahor
TKHJifl OF TI1K JJAllA KUIil.ttTlN
OmvhIc, by carrier C M
OM yM by carrier, In advance 10 00
On rear by carrlei II not pild In
advance 2 00
Krath. brmsAl 100
fttfaa Booths 3 00
lxmocUia. :...if V
Ouveit .10 00
tnUI or WBSKLT MIU.KTIX.
One Year W
Blx Months ,.. 75
Three Month 60
mtmAtaa mntter on nvpry pnge.
Democratic State Ticket.
For Stato Treasurer
for BnperlnUndcnt ot I'uUlc Instruction
S. M. ETTEIi.
For Congress Eighteenth District,
Tor K,prBmtitiT0niiitn l!-ttlci.
'JrOtTttTAItf K. AhimiGUT,
FmsT Tho restoration ot gold and silver
ni the basis ot tbo currency; tho resumption
ot specie payments aa soon a possible with
out disaster to the business of the country,
by steadily opposing Inflation and by the
payment of the national indebtedness In the
money ot tlio civilized -world.
Bkcond Frco commerce ; no tat Iff for any
other purposo but revenue.
Tnino Individual liberty and opposltlou
to sumptuary law.
Fouktii Tho right nnd duty of tho
Stato to protect its citizens from extortion
and unjust discrimination by chartered
Finn Itlgld restriction ot the govern
ment, both Stato and National, to tbo legit
imate domain of political powor by cxclud
log therefrom all executive and legislative
intermeddling with tbo affair of Society
whereby monopolies arc fostered, privll
edged claica aggrandized, and iudividun
freedom unnecessarily and oppressively
Tbo following Central Committee
was appointed by the Republican con
gressional convention that met a
Mound City, August 13, 1874 :
Alexander county, Q. W. McKealg ;
Jackson, Bent, U. Wiloy,
Johnson, A.J. Aldon;
Massac, Ilonry Armstrong ;
Perry, S. J. Parks;,
l'ulasH, Qeorgo V. Mortz, Sr.;
Kanaoipn, u. it. Aicuastera;
Union, It. B Stinson ;
Williamson, Mllo JJrwin.
!Tiio fbUonlnt; Contral Coniuiittco
was appointed by tho Jfopublioan con
Yontioajif tho Fiftieth senatorial dis
trict, hold at Mound City, August 13
Alexandor county, K. K. Walbrldgo;
Jackson, Ezra B. Pellott ;
Union, T. H. Phillips.
At tho Dcraocratio congressional
convention, hold at Anna, September
8, 1874, tho following Central Com-
inittce for tbo Eighteenth district was
Kandolpb, Boverly Wiltshire:
Perry, K. B. Kusbor;
Williamson, O. W. Goddard j
Jackson, Q. W. Andrews j
Union, Hugh Andrews;
Johnson, I. N. Piorco;
Musac, J. W. Thrift;
Pope, D. B. Fitld ;
Pulaski, Obed Kdson ;
Aloxander, John II. Oborly ;
At Largo, Judge F. Brois, Cairo.
Tho following executiro commit too
for Union county was appointed by
tho Democratic county convention that
met in Jonosboro, August 24, 1874 :
Judge M. O. Crawford';
O. P. urn.
Tho iollowing Stato committco was
appointed by tho Democratic-Opposi
Hon convention, at Springfield, August
1st District, Kgbert Jameson, Chicago
lid District, Wm. J. Onahan, Chicago
on umnci, r, ii. u. winton, unicago
iiu unmet, a. ai. iirrington,ueneva
6th Diitrlot, Wm, "Wrlcht. FroonorL
6th District, J. B. Drake, Itock ltland
7th Dlitrlct, Uoo. "V. Havens, Ouw,
81b District, Washington E. Cotk
Otb District Cbas. P. King, Poorla.
10th District, David K Head, Carthage
12th District, K. L Merritt,SnrlniQeld
18th District, John A. Matlory.Uavana.
'lAll. nt.i... T IT T -1.
jiivriut, u ii. uuigj', uaampaign
loth District, N. 0. ltoblnson. KUlog
10th District, O. D. Hoiles, (,'reonvllle
17th District. W. JI. Krome. Kdwards.
18th District, W. U. Oroun, Cairo.
10th District, James P.ltoblnson.Olnoy.
At Large, N. B. Miller, Chicago.
At Largo, It. W. Towusond, fcbawneo
town. At Large, Wm. Brown, Jacksonville.
Mr. Brown wob elected chairman of
Tho Iollowing Central Committco
was appointed by tho Democratic con
vention of Alexander county at Cairo
August 23, 1874: '
Clear Creek, Thomas J. McClure.
Goose Island, O. Groenley.
Dog Tooth, N. Hunsaeker.
Hazlewoed, James K. MtCrlto.
Tbabas, j.q. Hqlwim.
Unity, W. J. Mlllord.
mSfih1Cl'Vl H Mbtcalf.M 11 Ilarroll,
iTiH' VMn Carroll. '
feihtb Cairo, John H. Oo.sman, John
IfcwIrVs JpR 9gt and Dr. D. Arter,
Tho following Central Committco
was nppointcuby tlio DeinocraUo-iJib-era!
convention that met nt Aunn,
September-!; 1871, and nominated
candidatcs'Mbr tlio legislature in tlie
Fiftieth Senatorial District ;
Alexander, 1J F lllr-ko, J O Lynch.
Jackson, 1' Diihon, .loeopn uuny.
Union, Oliver Hill, T M Furlne.
At Large, T F llonton, of Union.
OAnuiAi.ni Is In? deetttuto
stances. Ungratoful Italy ;
It 1i said, that the civil rlchts bluudor
bas lost AUImiiitt to tbo ltadlcals.
. Hnowm.ow li n candidate for congress
from tlio second district ot Tennciice,
Tins failure of Ilonry Glows & Oo.
roportod. Clews denies.
Coal has advancod'ln prlco sevonty-uvo
cents por bmhal at Memphis.
Qks. Andxhsow Is alarming Sam Star-
hall, who Is not fighting back with any
spirit. Ho loems to
bo depressed, and
says bo Is not well.
A "tondonoy to lncreaiod virulence" In
tho small-pox has been developed in New
York city, and a vaccinating corps, with
twolvo men in the lOYeral sanitary dls
tricts, has been organised.
TtiK Sun professes to bo opnojod to tbo
( with It i
rhrbt bill InfMHon. '
. ... r.'lf. Plnm.iiti
on Ihetn questions 1 Wo have askod
this quoillon boforo. Wo havo rocelvcd
noanswor. Is tho Sun afraid to answer?
Won't Tope permit It to;do so 7
IiOKaFEIXow bus publlibod n now poom
"Tho Hanging of tho Cf ano." Prendre
la eremaillere, to hang tho crane, Is tbo
French oxprosslon for a houso-wartntng
or the first party glvon in a now house.
Tho poom is called tho great lltorary
evontof tho soason.
Mkxico Is enjoying peace. Tho preil
dont ol tho republic, in his moisagoto
congrois last month, says internal peace
ts becoming more firmly established evory
day, nnd tho relations with friendly for
eign nations aro increasing in cordiality.
Tho Amorioan Itupublic, under lladical
rulo, hns bocomo Moxlcanizod, whilo Mex
ico, uodor a wise rulor, has becomo or
derly and prosperous.
Ik tho last number of tho -Mount Yor-
ncn (ills.) rroo rrcsr, i published a
lottsr from Mr. 11. A. 1). Wlllbanki to
lion. S. S. Marshall. The lottor is racy,
and strikes Mr. Marshall In bo vera I ten
der places, yiob" Is Dot n gosling, as
Mr. Marshall will ascortaln, and ho "gooi
for" tbo congressman with aa much vim
as Bill Nyo did for tho Heathen Chinoc.
Bob is a man congressmen must handlo
with caro. Ho is youthful nltro glyc
erine The canvass is getting so hot in tho
Kinotoonth dlitrlct, that the odltors aro
putting it in this way : "Uroit God I has
it como to this, that tho charutor of an
bonorablo (man enn bo assailed by thn
viloit calumny, and tbo victim havo of
fared to Mm at tho only reparation as
tho only moans of vindicating his good
namo too insulting alternative or mak
ing a printed 'corroctlon or donia),' or
hunting up eomo reckless politician to toll
him ho has not boon corroctly Informed I "
Tho editor then gasps for hroath.
TELL WHAT HE SAYS.
Mr. Clements, tho Badlcal candida'o
for congress, has boon canvassing tho dis
trict vorv Industriously. Ho has made
many rpoochos, but what ho has said In
roferenco to tho civil rights bill no follow
can find out. Tho odltors of tho Opposi
tion papors won't listen to him. Thev
re too thoroughly Democratlo to do so.
Tbo consciuonco Is thoy novor report tbo
peochos mado by Mr. Cleroonts as ho
wlnga around tho circlo of tbo district.
The KaJicat editors attond the Clements
meetings, but they retuso to report what
he sayB about tho olvil right! bill. "Mr.
Clements," tboy always say, "apoko elo
quently. Ho referred to tho civil rights
bill, and doolared himself In favor of
cboap transportation, to bo obtained by
the improvement of our water courses and
tbo control of railroads by congressional
action. Tbo spoiich had a gruat eiroct."
But why don't aomobody toll us whether
Mr. Clements is in favor of tho civil
rights bill or opposed to it? and why
don'l somebody lull us what Is Mr. Clem-
ents position on tbo currenoy question?
everybody Is in uvor of railroad control
and river Improvements, but thero Is n dif
ference of opinion on tho other questions.
lias Uiomonts no opinion upon tbuin? If
he has why don't ho oxprets it?
OUll LAUOH KEFOHMEU3.
Tha Council of the Labor Reform Party
of Koutborn Illinois a party that bas boon
quietly organized, and is stronger than ho
outsiders bollovo bas considered the po
Utlcal situation in this congressional dls
trict, and has como to certain conclusion
in roforonco to candidates, These conclu
sions havo not yot boon made public. Tho
Council, at its last mooting, ndoptod tho
following aldressand ordered its publica
LABOIt KEFOltM A DDK ESS.
TO THE VOTER Or BOUTUUItN ILLINOIS.
When n party springs into exUtouco
and claims tbo sullrages of tbo peoplo, it
Is proper to explain tno causes of lis birth
and the grounds of ita claims for support.
Tbu National Labor Congrois, com.
n'ed of the representatives of tho various
labor organizations of tbo country, has
hold its annual hoisIous for luvnral years.
The last Congress was hold in New Vurk,
The orgaulzttlon for years has ponder
ed ovor tho wants and remedies of tho
great body ol tbo American people; It has
patiently waitod for Congress nnd tho par
ties In power to settle ilia disturbances
that havo threatened the life of tbo .Na
tion, and to turn their attention to ii10
remedy of tbo ovils alluding tba pooplt--It
has seen each year tho ovlls Incrcate
tbo working daises each year grow poor
er, an! tbo groat monled and railroad cor-
nuinuuuo iiruiT wuro naweriui anil
gresslve, and constantly grasping larger
grants of lands and groator franehlses
from the people.
gJWe havo besought Congress by petition
and entreaty to remedy tboto ovlls be
sought thorn for ulno long years In vain.
At last It was determined, by aoloinn dec
laiation in tho National Labor Congress,
representing nearly ono million working
men, mat tnoy wouiu no longer support
those hirelings ot banks and corporations,
or thoso corrupt men who havo tlddon Into
place and power on tho cry of Palriotliml
but that thoy would go fj ourK and male
a Ctingrtu i?Mrrj a Congrois that
would stop giving away lands by tho Aim
drrd millions of acrrsa Ooiignsi that
would not discriminate In fitvor of Jlanl.s,
and that would mote out,'iiiier and tquaU
Hi to tht people.
Henco tno origin of tho Labor Itofotm
Party. Wo promulgtto no agrnrlan doc
trine; wo advneatu no distinction of
clasics, no favoritism tor alien or native.
Our doctrines aro I) mod on tlio broad and
fundamental principles of equality, ofjus
lice to all, and wo welcomu to our fellow
ship overt '"in who liaa thn good of his
country at hoart, whatovcr hi former po
litical opinions. Tho timo for brolhorlv
concord has como, and the present a tavor-
able timo to support mou that wo know
aro honest ana will omlono our vlnwi,
Worlilni: man of Southern llllrols' wo
lbort you to an earnest and hearty sup
port ol the ticket your representatives
will thorny placo in thn ll'Jld. Tno can
didates aro pledged to our doctnno, and a
better ticket will not tin boror inn public.
Vote tbo tlckot and work for It not for
tbo sako of tho candidates only, but for tho
aakeot yourselvos, that you may show
your strength and your determination to
vindicate your rlglits nt tno ballot-box.
By tbo committee of the Labor ltoform
Tarty. T. r. Koukuta, Pros.
Patrick Kklltiy, Soc'y.
t,mnmboT that J.ia Ulomonls voted
against tho salary grab by votlojr fr tho
ronenl r tho salarv crab law. fMassao
Tho frlonds of .Mr. Clomenta nro en
deavoring to convince tho people that bo
willingly votod to rcpoal tho salary-grab
law, and that no never mado-nny attompt
to grab. Tho rocord dons not justify tho
friondisof Mr. Clemonts in assuming this
vlrluo In his bebalf.
Tho Forty-First Congrois Incroiad tho
pay of mombers to $7,600 por annum. A
storm of indignation followed this act.
Tho peoplo donounced it as an ou'rage,
and domandeJ ita rep;al. They asserted,
with groat unanimity, that tho mombor
who roceivod tho money thus voted to
hlmtolf, was unworthy of confldoneo and
ought to bo rotlred to tho shades of pri vato
Mr. Clements, who was oloctod in No
vember, 1872, drow tho tncrrasiif pay with
groat regularity until bo look bis seat In
tbo houio in Docembor, 1873. Ho dia not
patriotically, as so mo of tho mombers did,
rafmo to recelvo tho Increase. This fact
Is urged as an objocti n to him by tho
very virtuous mombors or tho Upposlllon,
but wo havo no chargo to inako against
him on this account. Ho had a legal right
to tho monoy as much so as tho men who
took tho ''back-pay,'' nnd thoro was not a
moral obligation on his part to rofuso tho
money. He had not beon a party to tho
But this cannot bo contradictod : that
howavor innocent Mr. Clements may hnvo
been in accoptlng tho increased pay, bo
was guilty of a broach of faith with tho
peoplo when bo attempted to dofoat their
demand that tho "increased p,y act"
should be repealed. This bo did do, as the
record clearly shows.
Djcombor 8, 1873, Mr. K. Halo, from the
SpoclnliComniltteo on Salario.',rcportod to
tho house a bill to ropoal the "alary-grub
law. It rovived all nets or parts ot acts
providing for or rotating to tho pay and
allowances of mombers of congress, and in
a provuo abolished mllao and proposed
to givo to members autual Individual ox-
poneoi. Aftor debato this bill, with pro
posoi funonJment, wai ro-commlttod
with instructions. December 10, tho com
mittco reportod, under tho instruction re
ceived, and fixed the salary of mombors at
$S,S00, this salary to bo In lieu of nil al
lowances, oxcopt actual travolllng ex-
ponicr. Mauy amendments wora otlorod ;
and, upo.n tboio, Mr. Cloments generally
votod corroctly as his constituents do-
clrod. But, at last, Mr, Uurlbut, at tho in
stigation of Mr. II. F. Butler, uttered a
substltulo, providing that tbo compensa
tion of mombora should bo $0,000 por an
num, and In addition tboroto tbo individ
ual expenses of members In going to and
from congro's. Up to this timo Mr. Clom
ents had voted, generally, with tho anti-
grab men nnd against tbo grabbers, lod
by Mr. Butler. But aftor tho Uurlbut
substitute was oflerod known as tho mod-
iflod grab Mr. Clements voted with tho
grabbers. Dog Tray got Into bad com
pany. Tho Uurlbut substitute passed tho
houso, Mr- Clements voting for It, and
want to tho ronale.
January 0, 187-1, the house bill was U-
kon up In tbo senate. It was delialod and
amendments proposed. January VI tho
quoition was taken up again In tho annate.
Finally Sonator ConKilng mevod nn
amendment ropeallng tho salary-grab law
absolutely (except so much of it as refer-
red to tbo president and Justices of th
Supromo Court), and fixing tho sslary of
member at tho old amount. This pasted
tho scnato, and the bill was sunt back to
tho houso. Tho houio consurred In tho
Conkliug amendment, Mr. Cloments vot
log for it.
This record show, tint, ut first, Mr,
Clemonts voted with the oppouonts of tho
grab ; tfjat, uudor tho lead of Mr. Hurlbut,
no went ovor into the camp of tbo grab
bors, and votod to fix bit own componiv
tion at f 0,000 por annum, and individual
expenses going to and from congrosi, such
expenses to bo stated by himself. This
would havo made hjs salary about S0.G00,
In explanation of this voto Mr. Olom-
onts says, If ho bad not voted In this way
tho grab law could not havo buou either re
poalod or inodlflod that ho votod "for tbo
best thing lor tho peoplo ho could got." If
all had votod as ho did, thn Conkllng
auiondmeut, which is n hotter thing for
tho pooplo than tho Hurlbut modification
of tho grab, would novor havo bcoa
adopted, Mr, Clemonts attoinpted tograb,
and his frlonds cannot wlpo out tbo ro
cord, Ouuiily should and probably will, dur
ing the canvaes, make ono spooch in
ovary county in tho Elgbtoent eougros
tlonal dlitrlct, He's n regular rattler on
tbo stump; but not much loved up about
MHrlon, Cairo Handlo.
. Anxa, Ills,, October 0, 181.
The rains rocontly fallen In this county
havo afforded tin farmers sueb an oppor
tunity of plowing their fallow lands,
that comparatively few of thorn como to
town. Still buiinen Is moro lively man
it was wont to to.
- Our little city still improvos. Mr. 0.
M. Wlllard, anxioui.no doubt, to unite
Jonosboro and Anna In Itidissolublo
bonds, Is putting up several respectable
tenmnont housoa on tho western lino of
tho corporation, thui making a continuous
row of buildings from tho dopot to tho
court houio. Mr. Freor.e alio Is oreetlnt:
a handsomi cottago roildonco for hlintolfi
In tho neighborhood of tho old school
houio, and James (1. Sublett has had tho
Intorlor of his sOoan neatly llttnd up nnd
tho exterior handiamely painted and pen
ciled, so that It now presents a splendid
front of tho uioit attractive character.
Some little oxcitomont was created In
tho city on lat Monday when It lieoimo
known that Monti, Finch and Shlck acd
0. W. Wlllard had been notified by
an anonymous meddler, that tbo nrgrocs
in their employ must bo discharged, and
qall tho vicinity within twenty-four
hours, or dlro would bo tho cousequoncts
of uuu rufuil, No attention was paid
to this ooiYdi-ill throat, and all Is yot
lovoly, poaoeful and qulot. This atmoi
phuro Is unsulted to such n ridiculous
1 rogrct to say that we nro about to
loso a very estimable citizen, James
n. Smith, Eiq., who bas sold oil' his per
sonal ull'dcta and Is bound to inako St.
Louis hli futura roilJencj.
-Wash Norrls, who was recently sont
up to Jollet ono year, for tbo shooting of
ono Miller, for tho seduction of his wife,
has boon pardoned by tho Govornor, nnd
Is at home among bis friendi. This Is a
commendatory and well deiorvnd act ot
clotnency on tho part of Governor llevor
Idge, for wo havo no doubt Norrli was
goaded to tho net, which was dono undet a
lit of "emotional Insanity," and" conse
John Wilion, for striking Sam Mc
Coy over tho bead with u bludgeon, has
beon arreitod by officers Boon and lloren,
and Is now bslng tried before Jiutlca Bag
gott. bwect potatoos nnd wheat in groat
abundance aro being brought to our mar
kot; tho formoi at GO conts and tho lattor
at03 cjnts par bushel. The mllli uio
full of tbo one and tha frolht-houies of
On Thursday evening last, by Bov. S.
P. Ivo, M. U., Mr. K. Craig was united
in marriaga to tho handiomo and accom
plished Miss Joiephlno, daughter of.Iamos
G. Sublott, all of Anna.
Thoi. M. Perrlno, of our town, a dls
tlngulkhcd amateur goologist and urcheol
oglst, and who has been most successful
in this rich field of fossilized relics, in
accumulating ono of tho largest, richest,
rarctt and moit Interesting collections
that wo havo yet seen, is making dally ad
ditions to hli cabinot. ills Egyptian
idol, Bird ut Jovo, footprint! (babies,) in
the solid sandstone, are each in them
solves a trcasuro of great value. Ho ob
tained a raro specimen of tbo slono ago on
yostorday, of tho sbapo ol the board used
by shoemakers upon which thoy crimp
tholr boots. Every edgo of this curious
fjrrnntlon is wrought out finely and
sharply. But coDjccturo is at fault to
know for what mo this rare apecirnen
was Intended. A varioty of pottorywaro
of every conceivable thapo, design and
pattern, Indicating skill and mechanical
genius in their formatloo; nxos, hoes
arrow-headi, javelln-hoadi, chliols, quoits,
fish-spears, amulets, ulontil for culinnry
purposes, and rubbers with which to pro
paro the corn for food may be seen In this
lino collection. Ho is an onthuiiast in
tho sclenco, and believes that arcblologl
cal research will ultimately devolop tho
proof that Southern Illinois, Missouri,
Tennessco and Mississippi wcro onco peo
pled by the same raco that built tho pyra
mids, ono of tho greatest wondors of tho
world. Daily uccoiiions aru being mado
to his collection, already tho finest and
most varied of any wo havo isftiuowledge
Geo. Ilammon, of Cobdon, Is now m
tho county jail, under a charge of violat
ing tho person of Mrs. Berry, of the sarno
plaooaud repeating tho otl'onco. His bond
wai put at $1,000, which surety ho couli
no, give, and ho is now awaiting the action
of tho grand Jury. Ohion.
OBEitLY ON LOOAN.
From tho Cairo tlazctto, 6th Inst
Oborly'a spoech in reply to Sonator Lo
gap, last Muuday nlgui, was listened lo
uud heartily applauded ty a crowd quilo
as lari!u aa thai called out bv the Sunatur.
it was a speocu ol wtilcb Uberly bus oc-
vnaion 10 icoi prouu, uoming down as
tuo Democratic David to overthrow the
uollath ot Kadleallim, bis argumentative
uornicKs cracuou tne skuii ol tbo giant us
oltcn ai cast. He showed that tho
civil rights bill was a Badi
cal snare, intended to catch negro votes;
that If the party really favored It thero
was no obitaclo In tho way of its passage.
It was not called for by tho oxegencies of
tuu tunes, and would, ll enacted, onKon
der bitterness betweon tbo races, ud
bring poillivo Injury to the black, in tho
f.lghteenlh controls onal district, ho do
clared, the radical prois refuted to endorse
ii, unu mat oven isaao moments, tbo
moro jumping jack of Lognn, had udvo-
caieu in ono portion or tho district, and
denounced it In another.
Logan's financial thoorlos woro shown
to bo falie and impractlcablo ; the speaker
holding tuat tho nomocracy of Illinois
had Indicated tlio only feasible plan for n
return to n specie- basis.
Tho cauiu of tho Louisiana troubles ho
laid at tho door or tho lladical party. Ho
quotod from Logan's report to congress to
show that tbo lladical outrages under
which tho Lioulslans havo sullored, were
justly chargoablo with tho recent turmoil,
bloodshed and confusion,
The couro of President Grant, In refer
ence to the Arkansas and Louisiana trou
bles was coramendod tho spoaker declar
ing his bollof that tho president was actu
atod by honest motives.
Durlmr an intnrval nt Iwn linnr, nml a
half he hold hit audlonco together lois
than half n dozen nortont lravlni- tlm hull
from the commencement to theoloin. IIu
sat down amidst roars of annlauio. and
tho opinion then was and now is ginoral,
that tho speech wri a complolo nnd ovoi
raasterlnc reply to Logan, nnd such nn
outgiving and nf convincing argument
and inspiriting eloquence as ought to bo
hoard, Jilting tlm present canvass, fiom
every stump In Egypt.
- . .1 r
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Ac.
JST'I will sell in carload IoIh at manufac
turer prlcoH, adding freight.
COFI'EY, HARRISON & CO.,
(Successors to 1). Hunt St Hon.)
3T O Il-W JOIICTQ-
si.otn m. in ami hay,
Nn UU Ohio Uvph. OAIUO. ILLS
Wood RitlenHonso & Bother
Gknkhai, Commission Mkuciiant,
133 Ohio Lovec, Cairo.
f.. v. jiatiniH n. t;. u c
. MATHUSS & UHL,
Forwarding & Gcninu
FLO Hit, GRAIN, HAY AND
Cauio, 1 1. 1.8
H. A. Thorns u i). Thomi
THOMS k BROTH Kit,
Succesosni to 11. il.llulcn,
'JOUMISSION MERCHANTS, HIIOKEIL
AND DRALEH9 IN
IHSaple nl l iiiior lirtirnrlra,
foreign and Domestic
FBtTITa VOtra 1TTTTS
131 Commercial Avenue,
OAIBO. - . fLLINOIS.
NKW YOUK axoitu,
WHOLESALE AND 11KTAIL.
LAUQEr viaiarir stock t tub o
WOODS HOLD VIHIY OL09K.
Jnrnrr or ninutuftnlit ntwrct nml I'oru
O. ). l'ATHCIl
MILLER. & PARKER,
FORWARDING MERCH S.
1'LOUR, CORN, OATS, JJAY.Sc.
Agents for Fairbank Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS-
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Successor to John II. 1'hlllis)
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS,
MEAL, URAN, ?c.
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powder Company
COIt. TENTH ST. .t OHIO LEVEE.
D.AYXR8. K. .I.AYBR
AYKUS ,t CO.,
P 7 o "U B
D K N E L' A L COM MISS 1 0 N M E 1 10 H A N Yb
No 7H liKVv..(lnin(Hino, Ii.i.r.
STRATTON & BIRD
Ageuts American Powder Company
a7 omo znyss, cm;o.
R. SMYTH & CO.
LKJUOIl 1) E AL Elt
No. 110 Ohio Loveo,
Cairo 13ox and .Hasket Co.
Ol1 ALL KINDS, 1IAKII AND fJOIT,
Keep constantly on liana
1 ll lit a , ,
Mill ana" Yard, V vm" m'na. oircot
i wuio jjevoo.
1 Nl'lll'. 1. W,t.
I.U.MS. DeiltUt. linn nlivuvu r...
hand a lro.li supn y of M ro Oxliln or
LaiighlnB (Ui. Teeth extracted at all
liouw, day and tilyht. tM7.tr
P TJR E
Chemicals, Piilont Mcdicinos,
'Joilctt Articles, JJrujrgist
lni.il .,.,.1 rwl.,. ri i....
u.ni iiiui uniui jiiim-n, j nuns, vuiuis, uiifl, aiiusii'
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Tt be Colors, I)
btulls, I'itc, Juc, Jitc.
Wo .Solicit corroiJiior.ddico and orders
iiinni.ioi hiioiip. in uur i.iiid, ricainiiom, 1'ianniio'i niin rainur .uciiicino ca:vi I
1-licil or Hillllod with Urllahlc Druf; at Itcatouahle Kales'
WHOLESALE & RETAIL. RETAIL & I'KEECRIPTION,
71 Ohio LcTtc, Wuslilngtoii Are. cor. ElbMlli
C I Jr O .
STUART & GUOLSON.
He take plfiuurc in nnnounrinn to
our frtemts thul our ttock o Full and
WinUr Good is noio tirriviiigi. He
thall oficr (hit Kit ion a ttnet of I) rem
Fahrict. Trimming, Fancy flood,
Xolion, etc., tcuVA for mrtrti, tfglc
and tjccllaicc of mutt rial, vscclt any
thing tec hair hrrelofurc offered. Onr
lurffctind inerruiing trade enable hi to
buy from jlrtt hand at the tt mhi o
of tupply. Alva!, on the nltrt to gain
tvtry advantage in price, ice are hippy
lo ttate that this naton vr, huve mr.vrnl
the, most attractive, ttorl: in the tnark't,
at Jricc which icn ytturuntc "Jloek
Hottom." II b affirm otir ability to du
plicate Chicago and .SV. Loui jiricci.
lie KEFA' ONLY THE MOST
D EMU AD Mil GOODS, ALLOW
NO REMNANTS T(t ACCUMU
LATE, MAKE NO JIAIJ DEIITS
AND WJLL NOT 11 E CNDEIl
SOLI) 11 Y ANY 110 USE JX THE
TRADE. A vitil oj induction trill
convince purchuurs of the extraordi
nary bargain offered by the popular
and progrcuice one-price, cuh Dry
Good haute of
Stuart & Gholson.
TE6BTABLE WORM SI ESP
AbraYoinniiinayMiirrritaln, when inlllcto
upon hlniiclf, heroically hut he
CA.NOT Hl'.V. HIS CHILI) SUITl'U
Thero is ho other malady, Incident to child
"0V.,l.,.uat la uccoiiiiauicil liv moro InUo
acrlbablo wrctchcdnoN of thn ilttlo Miirorcr
PRODUCED BY WORMS j
and when tho parent fully uiMlefiland-t tho
hltUBtlllll 111! will nut ,ll.... ., ...
Vi' !" V"3 no',t l"""1!'1 ""ii I'lllcleiit remc
n " "lu I'Ai'iiiiiini oi me intruiiur.
1 lie remedy may ho loiiint in
DH. IIOOEI'.S' VEOETAI1J.E WOllM
I'loam hear in mind that
ItOliEItS' WOItil SYltUl'
l tho rellubUi prcparatlnn
Is; a ialpaU!c preparation,
In HheJ liv Ilia rlillilriMi.
linslttvelr dentrovs unrmi.
ItOOEltS' WOUM 8YM.'l'
leaves no c-llccts.
JtOdKllS' WOHJI SVltUP
U hlfthly rivoinmendeU by phyIelans nnd
in uiMiiii'silonalily tho bent worm mudlelno
in tho world.
1'rleo L5 ci'iils. Tiii-mIo by all iJiukkUU.
10II.N J-'. IlEMtY, C'UltltAN & CO.,
S nml !) t'olli'Ko l'liicp, Now YorK".
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M, D.
IiKIDENt E-Xo. si, Thirteenth Hrcct,
bfiuoen WmkIiIiikIoii nveiiuo and Walnut
treet. Oilleu It'll Commercial nrniiuiut
C.W. DUNNING, M.D.
ItESIDlIXCE-t oriicrNlnlh and Walnut
Street. Olllco Corner Sixth uroet and
Ohio Uvea. Olllee hour I'rom 0 a. m to
12 m., and 9 p, in, '
lVrfuinory, Soitjis, lirunlu
s Lancy Goods, Collier h
r:i.. ' :i.
from Druggist, rii)Wana nml General KH
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLE SALE' KOOE
And Dealer In
i, ?t nil),, i nvi. 1'iuin ii
tTSpoclal attention clvcn to toiM
rnnttfu 'jnil ll line nr. Dr.. ll.'l
Grocories, Provisions, Etc.,
r m uiioucc
CJeuoral Insiiraiico Agent,
Ohio Lcvco, over Mathua &, UIiI'h.
S&'Noue but first-clan Compan
wiawa st ia vs. t 41 w V 1 s a iiil
. Insuuanck Agents,
i!J Uluo Lovoo, City National Han
Jluilding, UAItto, ILLS,
V io olduit establUhoil Aecncy In Stuitho
Illinois, repreeiitliii; over
AND INSECT POWDER.
For Hats, Mice, Itoacho, Ants, lled-llu
J. F. llCNitY, CUltitAN ,t 0
hi ii u i. uwcj?u i iuco, iM'iv orK,