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'Bomocrntlc State Ticket.
- For Stoic Treasurer
.. riARLlfc;s OAltltOLL.
For Superintendent ot Public Instruction
8. M. KTTEU.
1 For CbngTcss Eighteenth District,
For Heprescntailvcs fiftieth PMrfcr,
FOUNTAIN E. AHUtiaiiT,
1 . TIIK PLATl'OKM.
Kihst The restoration ol gold and sliver
si tho basis oi the currency ; the resumption
nt tinecJo,pacu)vnti a boon na possible with-
out' dlsatcr to tho business of tho country,
bygsteadlly opposing inflation, and by the
payment of tho nutlojal tndobtcdnci-. in tho
money ot'tUo'ctvdixed world.
Skcokd Frep .'oinmcrcc; no tariff for any
other purpose, but rovouuo.
to tumptuary laws.
' FoOJtTU Tho right and duty of the
dUiortoprotcct It cltlzcni from extortion
anil' unjust discrimination ' by chartered
i Finu llgld rastrl tlon ot the govern
lAV meiit, both Sute oud vutlwa1, to the h git
imate domain of political pow. r by txutud
log therefrom all cxci-ut vc and legislative
inter jicddllng with the all.iirn of society
whereby .monopolies are fostered, prlvll
edged clases aggrandized, and lndUidua
trendura unnecessarily and opprc-slvely
C. J 'ThV following Central. Committco
M ajpointodjby, the Republican con-
grcssional convention that met a,
Mound City, August 13, 1874 :
Alexander county, G. W. McKcalg ;
Jackson, tieni.Oi. Wiley;
Jbh'dion, A.M. Aldonr '' '
Massac, Henry Armstrong ;
Ferrv, 8. J. Parks ;
PultAkl, George W. Morlz, Sr.;
Kandolph, D. IV. McM&tttors;
Union, It. 11 Stinson ;
"Williamson, Milo Envln.
The following Central Committee
- Trajj" appointed by tho Republican con
, j TcnUoij of (ho Fiftieth senatorial dia
friot.old at Wound City, August 13
Alexander county, E. K. Walbrldgo;
-Jaclcion; Ezra B. Pellett
' Union, T. U. Phillips.
At the Democratic conzrcsMoual
convention, held nt Anna, September
8, 1874, tho following Central Com-
' mitt co for tho EightcontH district was
iUndoIpb, Boverly Wiltshire;
i Porry, K. U. itusbor;
Williamson, O. W. Goddard ;
vJftcMon,-.U. W, Andrews ;
Union, iiugb Andrews;
"Johnson,fI. N. rwcfej,
i-MissiC'J. W.lbriftt'U' ' -
l'opo, V. U. Fi Id ;
Pulaski, Obed iidton ;
Alexander, John II. Obnrly ;
At liargo, Judge F Bfoss, Cairo.
The following executive committee
for Uulou county was appointed by
the,Dcinocratic county convention that
met in Joucuboro, Auguht 2-i, 1874 :
Judge M. U. Crawford ;
VI Vi Ulll.
The iollowiug. State couinuUcc was
appointed by tbe Democratic-Opposi
tion convention, at Springfield, August
"lit District, JCsbert Jameson, Chicago
1U District, Win. J. Uoabau, Chicago
Si Dlstrlot, F H.'O. Winton, Chicago
4lh District, A. M. Harrington, Geneva.
6th District, Wm Wright. Froeport.
c;h District, J. 8. Drake, Hock Island.
, 1th'Tlstrct, Oeo. W. ltavns, Ottawa.
J8tu District, Washington F.. Cook,
ttth District Ohss. V. ICIor, VoorU.
10th District, David K Head, Carthage.
11th District, J. M. Hush, PitUtleld.
12tb District. K h Werrllt. Snrlncllold.
13th District. John A. Mallory.Uavana.
nin uistnci, .) u. Hiisby, Champaign
16th District, If. O. llobinson. Efllng.
16th District, O. D. Hoilff, Grrcnville.
17th District, W. U. ICr'ome, Edwards.
18th District, W. U. Groon, Cairo.
J3th District. JarnouP iioMuaon.OInoy.
Aiajirge((xv u. jumer, unicago.
Atlrie, K' W. Tovvimcnd, ffcf
At Largo, WmJUrown
i. Mtijllrownjps Elected chairman of
r Tho lollowmg Central Committee
'-was appoiuUd by tbo Democratic con
Tontion of Alexander couuty, nt Cairo,
Aucoat 23, 1874:
Claw, Crock, Th9mn J. McClure.
Goose Island, O. Greenley.
17 if jDog Tootbi lir Hunsaelrer.,
M 'Mel1ooa; JaW K. McCrlto,
Tbabes, O.Q. Kolwlng.
ttanU Fi'.7.W; Henfrow.
, , Unity, W. J. Mllford.
' wwi.X,'"'' MrtHlf,M II Harrell,
T W Halllday and J.mr ('.rrnll '
BoutbtCaIrp jPbn H, Oosstoau, John
UowUy, John Uoean and l)r, D. Artor.
Tho following Contrtil Committco
wm appojntedby tho DanucraticLlb.
r- wiTnn i
oral convention that met at Antin,
Hcplcrabcr -I, 1874, and nominated
candidates for, iho' legislature in iho
"iflicth .Senatorial District; ' J
Alotandor, U.P.UIr.ko, .) 0 Lynch.
Jackson, 1' Dlshon, .locph Oully.
Union, OHvor 11111, T M Ferine.
At Largo, T F Uouton, cr Lnlon.
In heavy Iomcs to the Kepnblicnnj. Tho
southorn outrago roorbacks did not work
as woll as was anticipated, for pcoplo aro
Rotting used to them on thn ovo of every
A rnoMtNKNT Kopubllcan of William
son an oarnost and bold advoca'.o of tho
civil rights bill Is so Intensoly dlsgustod
with Olemonts' two-facednoss that ho Is
imoit Dorsuadcd to ontor tho flold as Jti-
date. Clements will havo no advanlBgo
oftdepartv In ouestlon. In point of ability
In point of political honesty tho "prty In
U0!llon" will H;uro as an Ararat to
O'lomcnls' inn Hi Hill.
Sr.NATOK IiUtUK is A KualoUS UllvOCStU
of the civil rights bill, and has thu hold
neas to eay so. How .does ImhO Clomonts
stand ? In thu uppar portions of tho dU
trlct ho Is opposed to it. In Cairo und
I'ulaikl county ho Is in fivo'ofttj and
by such shallow trickery he expfcts to win
the voles of colored tnon who stand with
Logan, and whlto llepubllcans vlio hold
o).olto uj.lnljn. If by ' ".or.. ...r.
Cltmoott ucraaiiai wlint inccllliro will
thoro bo, In Iho future, to political hon
Parson Uuuwnlow recontly surprised
tho country by taking tho fluid as an lu-
dopondont Republican candidato for eon-
greis. llesult: Umik, Independont Ho.
publican, and Hen crson, Consorvativo,
wero tnanouvored nil' the track. Drown
low now prints a card In tho KnoxvlUo
papers also withdrawing. This is turpriio
No. 2. Tho only candidates still remain
ing tiro Thornburg, rogular Itepublican
nominee, and Farmer .Mabray, n Uraugsr,
but thoro is ampin tlmo for a Tow now ones
to spring up.
A D'srATCH ssy that tho Princess do
U iurbon (Mmr, tVikiur) who'o htibband
it now in prison in lVrn, u utturly deiti
tuto, with ihreo chlldron, bogging lor
work and endeavoring to borrow tho pit
tance ot twenty dollars and that her aunt,
tho ex queen of Spain, lives only u few
doors off, but rofuses to holp her. This Is
the same Infanta 3Iariti isabolla do Gu
ronaki do Jlourbon who only a fow yuars
ago was marrlod with much pomp and
circumstance to Mr. Perkins, tho United
States oonsul at Lisbon. Tho royal repub
lican pair vent to Paris, nml for about
three years llvod on tho expectancy Of tho
bride's aunt, tho ox-quoen, and tho atsur
ances of tho groom that'n largo fortune in
lAnierica was coming to him. Alnttor.-
went from bad to worse until .Mr, Perkins
owed a board bill of something liku eight
thousand dollars, and his landlady had him
arrested. Tho court adjudged tho ox con
sul a swlndlar, and sentonced him to one
year's imprisonment, nnd thoprluccn was
loft deitittito with her three small chil
dren. WiHi tho votors of the 18lh congres
sional district closo their yo to Isaac
Clements' double dealing ? Hu Is engaged
in a snoaking game of docuptioti, of which
he is no doubt ashamed; but It seems, In
bis sight, essential to success.
In Williamson county; In Jackson
Johnson and Kandolph counties, Mr.
Clements avows himself oppocoi to tbo
civil rights bill. He is guarded in his
language; hut wherover, in thoso conn
tios, ho has made cpjechos or canvassed,
he has loft tho Impreiilon that ho consid
ers tho measuro unconstitutional, and that
if he Is elected, bo will resist Its passage.
In Marlon, last Thursday evening, ho
declared, during bis weak little speocb,
that he was "not prcHont whon It caiuo
up, and was not thoruloru responsible
for its Introduction." Thero were
gravo doubts of its constitutionality, and
bo thought it lest to bo on thu safo sldo
And In this strain ho continuod, his ob
ject being to Impross upon tho minds of
anti-civil rights and antl-uilxul school
Kopublicaus that ho was oppoied to the
muasuro and Intended to votu against it,
It'an opportunity was afforded him to do
so. Tbo Williamson county papers, Had
leal as woll as Democratic, agioo that tho
drift of Mr, U.'i speech was against tho
bill ; and icoroi of cltlr.ons who heard him
aro ready to boar testimony to tho ssmo
Mr. Clements has an undoubted right
to opposo tho civil rights bill. Jly doing
so ho would bo in harmony with thousands
ot his own party and tbe entire body of
tho Democracy. But he has not tho right
It Is beneath the dignity of tho position
he occupies as a candldato for congress
to oppose tho measure In Marlon and favor
It In Cairo and Mound City. Ho daro not
make tho s perch In Cairo that he made in
Marlon, and ho daro not repeat in Marlon
the speech ho has "cut and driod" for
Cairo. If ho daro do so, let him corno out
like a man and do it
TIMES CnAXOR AND MEN WITH
In tho year 1884, when Oen. tlrant
had roachod tho meridian of his military
fame, ho was prominently spokon of in
connection with a candidacy for the Presi
dency of the United States. Logau had
had declared for bim, nnd tho whole west
ern army cried "amen;" but Orant, ap
preciating his luck of stntoimansbip, his
Ignorance of government pullclos, etc.,
wroto to Hon, I, N. Morris, of this State,
that ho had not tho slightest deilro tu he
nominated for tbe high oftlco of Presi
dent; but, on tbo contrary, that It was n
cherished wish of hit heart, to be let so
vcrely alone, "That," eald be, referring
to tho presidential otllcn, "is tbo last thing
In the world that 1 desire. 1 would re
gard such a consummation as botng high
ly unfortunate for myself, If not for tbo
country. Through Providenco 1 havo
attained to moro than I over hoped, nnd
vilb tho position 1 niwhdd In the reg'i.
lnr army, If allowed to retain It, will bo
moro than satiflo 3. 1 certainly shall
noVershapo a sdntlnmnt, or tho cxpree
ilon'of athoughtj with a "view of being a
canriidato for ofllec."
Ulysses wrs evidently mlslakpn as to
euch a step being "highly unfortunato''
for himself, as ho has coined money out
ol it to an oxtont never supposed pontile
boforo. Ills suspicion was, however, woll
founded, whon ho Intimated that it would
provo unfortunato for tho country. His
lack of statesmanship nnd resdy yielding
up to party what was meant for tho gcod
of tho wbolo people, havo sorlously hin
dered tho work of reconstruction in tho
southern ataloi and rendered lmrmony
nnd prosperity Impossible.
Though not much glvon to tho shaping
of sentiments, ho Is credited with that of
suggesting himself as his own successor
for n third term. If Innocent in tho
promises, it would bu tho c.tstost thing In
tho world for him tojuit esy that ho will
novor again ho n candidate aftor his pres
ent term dotes. His silence gives nt
least partial consent to tho accusation
The following editorial, which ap
peared In our dally of Monday, In a dis
arranged form, is republished that our
readors may gather a better understand
ing of our moaning.'
U,U TUB DF.LUfUOX LAST?
Hon. Isaac CloiucnM, Iho Jtadlu.'il enn
dhlntu fur congress in this district, Is try
ing to win hit re-election by ileeolt which,
for Its b ro two-facodncis Is without pur-
allol In tho political hlstury of Southern
Illinois. Ho is nil things to all men Urm
and oulspokon In nothing, unless it
bo In something to which overbody lis
sunts. In Williamson county, whoro the hos
tility to tho civil rights bill Is gonoral, be
declared his bollof that thu Measure found
no warrant In tho constitution! that It con-
tomplatod an invasion of tho rights ot thn
Staton, and, nt best, was of doubtful pol
icy. Ho thought thoro wore discrimina
tions g tlnet tho blacks that should b for
bidden, but tho ponding bill embracod
ton much, and would provo hurtful to both
races, A bill tu euro uxlslln' evils ono
warranted by tho constitution and not oh.
noxious to thoughts roierved to thoStates
and tbn people, intent command his lavor
"ho dldu'l know' hut tfuirnor'a bill
well, hodid'ni likoltl
This, wo aro credibly informod, Is tbo
substancoof Ciomenia' uttorances, in rof
oronco to tho civil rights bill, among tho
anti-ctvll rights BopuMIcaus of William
In Jaoheon county, whoro hostility to
tho civil rights bill Is scarcoly loss Intonso
than In Williamson, ho avowed llico sontl-
ments. Proof wo havo of this in tbo direct
testimony ofrellablo men. nnd In thn An.
duration of tho leading Jt-uJIcal paper of
tho county that at least two of Mr. Clom
onts' Democratic friends nro so well e&tis
Hod with his position on this quostlon that
they can ana wilt lend him "a consistent
Additional nnd Incontrovertible ovi-
doncocannnd will brt lurniihod that ia
Williamson nnd Jackson and other por
tions of tho district whero tho masses are
oarnest nnj outspoken In tholr opposition
to negro social nnd civil equality, Mr.
Clomonts avows harnioqy of sentiment.
Falsing to Aloxandor am1 Pulaski coun
les, whore about ono-thlrd of tho ontiro
vote is cast by negrocH, and whoro thu sup
porters of tho civil right bill aro uul'o as
numorous n Uudin.i Voiur, wo Und that
Mr. Clenionts has loltan entirely different
imprcislon. Tho negro population sup
port him, not bocauso of his tlnancial pol
icy; not because of his advocacy of river
improvouiunt, for Mr. Hartzell is, as nil
Wostorn mm aro, n friend of that mom.
nro; not oecauiu bo has "mado his tnark'i
hi congress and rellectodaoiiuof his glory
upon Ksypt, for hu has not dono, nnd is
Incapablo of doing olther. Thny rally to
his standard simply became of tho abo
luto ntsuranco tboy buvu received that
when tho civil rights bill Is put upon its
passage in tho houso, ho will, If ho hap.
pons to bo thore, voto for It. For this rca
ou tho moro intelligent negroes of Alex-
anderiind Pulaski counties will voto for
Mr. Clements, and tho Ignorant portion,
led to tho polls lllco Cilttlo to slaufrhtnr
will, almost in a solid body, do likewise
Iio coaxing, no bantering, no moans
known to tho Opposition party can induco
or compel Mr. Clements to como forward
now, and openly avow his position on tho
civil rights bill, cithor In Cairo or Mound
City. Ho daro not do It, his keepers and
advisers will not pormlt him to do It, tin
til tho vory ovo of tho election. At that
hour, when It will bo too latu to ndviso tho
voters of tbe upper counties of bis double,
dealing, ho will sorho forward, and with
counterfoil honosty, noisily proolaini him
self and his party sworn Inends of that
iiiltchlovom measure, anu doclaro his In
tention to support it.
This Is tho programme; and tho incau
tious friends of Mr: Clements, in Cairo,
do not hesltato to admit thn tact. Hu has
they agree, deluded tho lUdlcal opponents
of tho civil rights bill ; mid they further
ngrco, that his election depends upon tho
succoisful malntulnanco of that delusion.
TUB COMING WINTEIt,
A IHSroiMAUlNO OUTLOOK.
A Now Yorlc correspondent of the Now
Orleans Time', writes ns follows;
Notwithstanding Iho fact that most of
tho newspapers try to Ueop up a good
heart by predicting bettor limes, there
seems tu ho no doubt uinung tho business
men ol tho city that this Is going to b a
vory hard winter. Flats nro more In do.
maud than homes this tall, and pcoplo
who havo boarded at hotels nro looking
about for rooms in private house. Al
inoit anything can bo bought for rnidy
monoy. Ever thing Is for sale, but vory
little Is sold. A person with a llttlo
monoy who can ntlord to buy and hold
over until better times has a fine chance
boforo him. Tho "want" columns of tho
dally nowspapers wow nover as full as
they are nt prosent. Pcoplo who havo
been In thn t.r.blt of keeping throe ser
vants aro doing with two, and those who
havo kept two llnd ono ns much as thoy,
can all'ord. The thentros aro going to suf
fer moro than anything dsn this winter,
for poople cannot nd'ord luxuries when
Iho nccsesltl" aro lieyn'J tholr reach.
An old showmsn who has raveWd with
minstrel nnd variety troupfl for years,
told mo tho other day tha wnereai his
Company used toUkeln thousands of dol
lars in n wr ek, they nro now, only taking
LKT's okp an ana ax,
A Now York lslter writer says- "1
know nn organ grlidr who Uled to havo
his stand In front Jf Trinity eaurcb, and
who mado onough monoy to rctiro from
buiincs.1 nnd taken cozy little homo in
tho country. On sny gruat holiday or fair
day ho will bring olt his oigan and pick
up a fuw dollars Jusi for tho sako of old
lluios. I was spending a Fourth of July
In tbo country a r-uplo ol years ago,
whon two Italian bng-plpo playurs
stopped in front of tio houtu whero 1
was visiting. One o' tho guests or tho
homo spokn Italian lUontly, and got
into conviirsation wlh tho men. They
wero so pleated to Unda person who could
speak their native linguago that they
opened tholr huarts at once. They said
that tboy had been in his country about
three months, that they would
stay about nlno mco nnd than go
home. ilulneM, thj said, had boon
lino; they mado ns rnu h ns $.10 A day,
and thny worn their otn mattori, owned
all thny mado. Mn't of theso strolling
musicians are hired b men who own tho
organs nnd other Instrimimls, and thoy
are compelled to pay h all they mako.
Homo gentleman of nv acquaintance mot
nn oruan grlud'-r Uniting hemo from his
day's work ono night, whon ono of them
said to li I in by way o'ti Jko, "Will you
tako fit) for whntyolhivo madi to-day,
my eood man 1" 'ffo I won't," bo ru
piled, "but I will un Sfl " Mnlnu that
tlny wnra gnntlrm n, nnd would lint
hnrm him, thornnn tolrl thorn tlii.t lio had
taken in SI1 that (lav. and hn proved
what ho said. 8'ioh rich harvests arn, of
course, exceptional, but that they aro
reaped at all Is astonishing.
MO HALS OF THE JIEL1010US
A point of good dutl oi Inlorest, both
to newspapers and Ukir rnadur. w.il
probably hi-foro loug ba niDuiuud to ihu
United Stales court lis tnls dtstrlut, In the
sbupo of an triplication by tho trustee In
baukruptcy ot tho estate ot Jy cook &
Co., to jt asidu a contract made by tluv
firm with Henry U. Uowen, thu publisher
and proprietor ot tho Iudepor duut, and to
recover tbo consideration un which It v
based. Thu contract provided that .Mr.
Bowun was to lend tha uio of his editorial
columns and otherwisu oxort himiulf
to promote tbo calo of tho bonds of
tbe Northern Pacific railroad, In return
for which he was to receive in bonds and
slock n percentago on the nmouutot bonds
sold through whalovar channel, and ho
did actually recetvo 550,000 in bonds and
51UO.0UO In stueir, taco vniuo, ol course.
Tho trusteo now repudiates this contract
as contra bonus mores, and asks that the
bonds and stocks bo surrendered to tho
eitaln. It Is possiblu that, as botwneu
Jay Oooko nnd Mr. Boweu, thn contract
would stand under tho ruin known to
tho lawyers as "in pari delicto, potior est
conditio defenentis," which may bo freely
translated by saying, tha; whoro thoro
is rascality on both side?, tho de
fendant may keep what h has
got. Tho court will, tbnroforo,
probably havo todecldo whothor tho tnu
too stands morally in Cooko's shoes, and,
it not, whether thn contract Is immoral.
If it decided tho latter point in tho afllrm
atlve, of courso thu bonds would havo to
bo restored to tho estato for distribution
among thu croditors.
Mr. Uowen bar, wo bcllovo, dono a
great deal of businois of this sort, and wo
uro bound 10 proeumn, i.eing a wormian
man who is encaged, as wo learn from
slatemonti of bU own in tho Independ
ent, In "saving wicked men" and "ovo:
throwing tho powor of tho devil," ho does
not bellovo it to bo wrong.
Tho Charmed Circle Around
Whatever may bo tho opinion of tho
ouUide world on tho Ueevher scandal, thoro
Is but ouo opinion In his own church.
Among thoso who know him best, ho
tands as high to-day as ho has always
done. Tho charge mado against him are
too outrageous 10 bo listened to. His
friends eay, "Do wo not know hlui bettor
tbau peoplo who gain their information
only Irom tho newspapers''" All of his
congregation leoi as tout mumtior who
said, "If an angel from heaven camu down
and told u that Mr. Boucher was guilty,
wo would not bellovo it, and if Mr.
Oecchor himself should say tbe charges
wero true, wu siiouiu sun uubHlieve Ilium,
and say mul Jlr. JJeccucr Is oraav."
On his first appearance at tho Friday
uvonlng prayer mooting In Plymouth
churcb, after hit return from tho Vhit
Mountains, the building was so packed
that breathing room was scarco. Such nn
oxcited uudienco was seldom, if ever, seen
in a church. It was impoitdblo for thoso
devotol nnd sympathetic people to restrain
momsijivos, anu wnen air. lleechur ap
peared In tho pulpit, thoy gnvo vent to
their feelings In a hurst ot such heartfelt
applauso as never greeted oven tho most
popular prima donna. Mr. Beecher whs
f o overcoma by this greeting that it was
somotimo before ho could control hit foal
Ings sulllciently to proceed with tho ser
vice. On Sunday last ho proached his
flrst sermon frjm Plymouth pu'.plt since
tho torriblo scandal has been noised
abroad. The imtnonso church wascrowdod
to suffocatioN. Long boforo tho doors
wero oponod thny were bojolgod by hun
dreds of peoplo soeklng admittance, and
tftnr tho church was packed to Us utmost
limit, hundreds of pooplo wore turned
away. The aisles as well as tho pews wero
filled, and tho crowd swelled out beyond
tho doorways, As much as n week ago,
dnznns of peoplo camo to tho sexton of tho
church and ofl'ered him from $10 to $20
for a slnglo sot for tho noxt Sunday. Of
courso It was out of his power to grant
tho request, and thoy had to tko their
obanoss with tho rest. It must bo a great
comfort to Mr. Ileecber In this hour of
toru trial to know that his friends hav
increased in numbers, nnd aro as steadfast
as thn sun.
Cairo Ihx and Basket Co.
Ol' ALL KINliy, IIAItU AND fiOlT,
Mill and V
and Ohio Levcc.
ZL'L AUC1ER AND
mf. ) LI M I L L la I'-nuory.
'Cstatotifn w aiu:!t,Et.L0u.to.v
And Dealer In
3 dine, foment, PlaMor, JInir, Ac.
EJTI will coll In car loud lots at mamilar
Hirers price, adding freight.
COFFEY , HAIUIISON & CO.,
t.Uf e.csi'ors to 1). Hunt ft Hon.)
KI,OIIR,)KAItl AND SIAT.
No 1.3 Ohio l,vn, OA 1 P.O. 1M.S
Wood Rittonhouse & Both or'
UENT.tui. Commission Mukcuant,
18U Ohio Ijovco, Cairo.
11. A. Tboum L. 1). Thorn.
T110M3 t HHOTHKH,
yucceto-ro to II. M.lluler,,
'J0WMISS1OK MERCHANTS. HHOK Kit
Arn SBAUCRR IN
e! n Fitucy Jrtrrlr,
foreign and i;oinetlu
int Commercial Avenue,
OAIHO. . . tl.LINOlH
NKW VOKK bTOilK,
WUOLKSAliK AND RETAIL,
UftCliiaT TABtMTX STOOK IS TIIK ll
UOOIJB HOLD VKHYOLOSK.
tiitu.rof If lurtfttntli rttrvwt hiiiX
O. j. t'ATJKi.
ptlLLER, Sl PARKER,
FLOUH, CORN, OATS, HAY.&c.
Agents for l'airbnnk Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
JOHN B. PHILLIS &, SON.
(Successor to John It. l'hllli!,)
Agents for Lafiin & Rand Powder Company.
:OU. TENTH ST. A; OHIOl.EVEE.
O .AT BUS. B. J. AYKB
AYKBS & CO.,
QENEllrU COMMISSION MEltOHANTf
No 7H I.uvrr.OuioOaii'.o, Ii.ij
Y. StratloTi. T. Dlnl
STRATTON & BIRD
omm ission Merchants,
Agents American Powder Company
a? omo LEyjij:. otiiio.
R. SMYTH & CO.
LIQUOR DEAL Elt
No. GO Ohio Levee,
Hotel and Restauraunt
122 Commercial Avomtc.
Two tloori no till of O.iirn ami Vlncrnnts Killrnail
A trusty watch kept night and day for
Trains and Steamboats.
Till: IILST OP ACCOMMODATIONS
for tranclcut guests at
TWO DOLLARS P 11 It DAY.
Tl .A. X xe
Street, hoteen Washington and
Cliomicals, Patent Afcdicim'S, Perfumery, Soai', Bntnl.t
I'oilett Articles, Druggist's I-'auey Gootlti, Collier "Wliit
Lead ami Other (Jradea, Paint a, "Colors, Oil, Varnislii
Window Glass, "Wax Flower IMutorinl, Trbo Coloi, J)' 1
Stall's, Etc., Etc., YAa,
Wo Solicit cirretjioudriice ami onlertt from DrnggitU, PIijMcIiids and 0 ncr
In want ol (lnnd In our l.lno xtoambal. I'hntatlon ntl Pamil) MeU Ico c. .i I
Ixhc'l or Hunted with UrllahUt Drug at ft to liable Kutea-
WIIOLKSALK & ItBTAIL, RETAIL & PnittCKIl'linii.
7i tlhlo Lcveo. Wifilifngtoii Arc. cor. 1 IlmUi
G A. X 15b O .
VAMi:l KVKIIY WKUH
.e newet and roo.t l' null ir
A LIDItAUY nf the ('lintrt't .SL.)prtion4
from am. the (irr-ln.l I'OL'IS In out vol
ume, 1'rofUaely Miistinted l thi' nnl 1
jilteenl renowned pvlnteri l'oltl( h th
loiM-t iirlved .iiid nioiit I'lritant r tin
kind. Hundred, ot wHuinei In ono ! -,ind
for limn' and liheral trrm to Airent of
KtTllKltfl'X. P. A. HCICIUNH n, , Oo.,
Clileu'D. Ill , or ht. I.outc, lv.
iaLlVIN'GSTON IS DEAD!
And tho peotde everywhere are eager to
buy the only au'lu'iitle nnd complete hi 'orv
if hU I.lfe, Lull ir and Death his woi,'
ilerfill arhlevemint and thrilling u'V. ..'ii
turt.". (Hiriiif; Wjnii In the wildn of ATri .
nml the (jri-at M.-irelt and illt-ux ry 1 . the
ihiriui; Sianli j. Over ikK p(;ei, lienutilidly
lllutrateil only . ' r.o. io,K iik wild re !
AtJl..vr WA.NT::t. Write for
term", or If lu h: i tu hey n work, fete!
I.O() for otltli M.l.KV I'l'liI.toiiNi; Co.,
Clilcvo, 111 . nrM I.niiU, M.i. Mt.' IU-T-hii
HALL'S PATENT HUSKING GLOVES
fi.iii tii:i;.na uii'itovKu in i
Of tlm el.lUii. and
luo-e eiinii loti!
t M HI In
III weal ! H r'.
MllOIUli ft or tlie Jvti-I - ni
metal plate, rnukin . i
II.Mi: AS l.O.MI, UIKl ll i t!i
easier th in any othi r liu
rl, f -ti i i i.'l
Ltd" ol th
very he-t eilf leafier. In
it r .M, i i.l.t
and lelt hamleil, humjilCH cni tirepald on
receipt nl jiri. e. Half ulovun, tl.i'i ; lull
glows, $1 D'Jpor pair, Lliier.il ilNunint tu
lliauilllCM. Aiv vnnr merehint, . i- nildre
HALL HlftlCI.NO at.DV 1. 1 i .
t M : :
ia as effectual a remain
FOR FEVER 8z AGUE
fc the Sulphate in U s.iino i1ok., nin ,t .'- 'fa
the if ml trts. Is ninro lal.M.lliluoinl npi 'ir' i'r.
Sent for tlewrl.tre llrculnr kIUi 7j((iiim((s
o J'ii.iIrt'iiin (rum all arts of (tie umulry.
tT!f Sample paeli.ijea fjr trial, 'J5 ecnt.
Prepared liy llll.l.lNdrJ, t't.Al'l'J. CO., Uaaube.
lurlnsClKmUlii, lliittoti, llui,
CAN he nude by any niart nun who eau
keep IiIm liiilnc-j to lilinrclf. Addren
l. P. IlKUM ANN, IlohuKili. N..I.
A W LLK ffuanintecil to Mule and
I'Vlilalo A''flnt In llielr In.-Mlity.
Ciifti nothllis to trv ll. l'art'e.il
lam free. I . VKKKUY .V CO.,
AUKUit i. Me.
KWnt Ckbiotu t- i r.ut. Tut fiwio
ii " ,.. ' ,'7 -UW T
aPMrncj nr a Tjrnt7r or me new
MONOI'OLIL.1 AND V
I'HK i LOPl.h
Kvery Ornnirnr wants tt. It In nrlirlmi
ami Kemiine, Addren., tor term, CO Ol
Lit ATI Vi: ITU, CO., Uneinuutl, M. Louis
Y01T7f! WVX Waiilod to learn tele.
I U U l U 1)1 VjL Kniphlnjr, ami til. p 0m
cen on new lines widen we aro uriilshliijf
with oporatorii, at mlnrv from $CJ) to $t(io
por month, Semi lor elrciihrit. Aililrei.
-V. W, TLLKOKAPH INsTlTUTK, .Imie.
AND INSECT POWDEFl.
Por Unu, JIleo, Itnaches, Anm, licd-Dtk's
J. P. HK-NUY, cnMtA.N Jc (I.,
S aud U CoIIet'o Place, .New York.
Ooa l and Wood Yard.
PITTS1UJIIG AND ILLINOIS
S T 0 V 13 W 0 01)
Kept fonslniitly on hand nt l!os' Yard,
'Joimneio U au'iiue, opposite lli os' llulld
luc;. tirdcri promptly lllloil, corI nnd Wood
delivered iree of charge Term stil. l
;atli, ui,-i -w-iiu,
AN' I) 11KTA1I.
IOT h'l'OIti '
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And" Deals- is
ff 70 (Ihlu Lticc, OAIHO, IMS
KTTbpecUl ntteut'.'tn given U c ..
mot and tll'.ltm ordern. litt
III! It Kit IV
Groceries, Provision, Etc.,
Wo. HO Olalo Xjovo
J Q.' HARM AN & CO
ml Und Airentsnl the Illir
. llurilnkton and MWan It
It t ,
North ('or. .Sixth and Ol.i i Let: ,
C. WINSTON & CO.
Real Estate Agent1
71 Ohio Lsvkjc, .SccorJ Fl cr,
Ituy and Sell ICLAL IMTATK. P.iy i
KuniUhes AUntrait. ol 1'..:,
33 TT "2? O 35CDE3 3rSL7
And Dealer lu
KlOITll SlKMUT, IIKT. AV'AMIISUTON AM)
(JuMMKHriAL, Av naiolnlnr" Hnnny's
KrepuhnheH Ucr, Pork, Mutton, ei,
Liiuili, SmuuKe, etc., n d Ih prepared t j
suno t'liiii L's in uu ueceptahlo mjiiuer.
ho irreut dlseovery of fie
ace, rjioroiHnu pain wh'ih
, the Ci'iuaur Liniment wld no
reltoe, no muling which it
Will iint'iiudiie, nnd no l iirn.
eMWIileiiit will not euro
"hlsN dtroiiL' :ini.itai;e. Ian
i. ij I, is nn liinnlill
r ttbjk n
IZik. f J lli
W'lV'P'E Uio rccipo In printed around
each liuillu. A elivular coldidiiln' ceilill
c.ites ot wondrrltil ciinn of rheiimntlMii
neuralgia, hnk-jaw, i-pralus, hwelllii'
HualdH, cakod breasts, polfonous hlto fio r
feet, goiir, ealtihi'iim, car-iteho &c, und thi
reelp of the Llotmciitwlli ho i-ent gratia ti
ai.vone. it In tlutinont wondaful hcalin;'
andli tin relleiiiwaneiit'liit world has over
prodiiuul. U f IK in no nitlclo hcloro ilhl
ell, audit MtlMiceaiiso It dooi.iuit whnt r
pretends to io. One hollle of the Centaur1
Liniment tor luiluiaH (yellow wrnpji r m
worth n hundred dollar for spawned,
ftro'iicd or galled hursci und innles, nnd I'
mroR'-wctni lu Miecu. ' t family or htoek.
(iwiif r rati nffortl to do wltfiiur 'enlauvliite
linent. rrlae.i) canfl lrK0 hcttlMl, .1
. Hoao A' C f'l llroadv.iy. NiWj
CAKTOItrA Is inoie than u suhilituio for
Castor Oil. ItNthuoulyuArKattlclu In t;;
telsnce Which U mho to rctrtllato the how
clJ.curo vriuUcolle'UiJ product natural a't'fp,,
Jtfsplcasinttulnk . t hllurenneed iiottry
.liji o'i r inns 'h p. Wlfcv