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matter o.BTcry jnr.
Democratic State Ticket.
. r Fortato Treasurer
.GHAllLiCS OAIUtOLL.
For Superintendent ot Public instruction
'S. M. E'rEIV.
Yot Congrcii ElgtccnlU District,
i ". I' WtLtilAM' HATITZEL.
For IUJretntaUTe-!Flltlotli District,
''FOUNTAIN- BavALBKIOIIT,
1STUX I'X.ATJb'OKM.
. JtTiBST Tho rostoratlon of gold and silver
as.'tha'liisiaoi-tbo currency ) tlio resumption
of speclo payments as soon as yosslblo with
out disaster to the business of tho country,
by, tteadlljr opposing Inflatton and by' tht
, ipney ot thotolyillzod world.
Skcokd Froo commerce, notArlQ'forany
.Other purposo but revenue '
(ii jTuraplndlvlduaUtbcrty and , opposition
io mmpwary wvs.
Founru Tho right and duty of tho
tato to protect IU citizens from extortion
..and 'unjust' .discrimination by chartered
monopolies. i f 'tfvi
'ttrfH-Btgld estrlctl6n" "ot tho govern
l.-ll. K.I. VT...I 1 . J . I . ..1 1
Imato domain, of political nower bv cxclud
' lng therefrom all executive and legislative
Intermeddling with tho affairs of .society
whereby monopolies aro fostered, prlyll
edged clases aggrandized, and lndlvldua
,lre(idorui unncccssdrlly sntl opprctnlvcly
restrained.
. ' POLITICAL DIIIEOTORY.
.The following Contral Committee
was appointed by tho Jtepublican con
grcssidnal convention ' Uiat met a
Moona Oity,' AUgait J3, 18i ':'L
Alexander county, O. W. McKeaig :
-Jackson, Ban! 1,. Wiley;
Johnson, A.J, Aldon;
.. ilestao, Henry Armstrong ;
' i ,fErry,H.iJtJ?arks; ; 1 M M.
Popo, H. D. Baker i
Pulaski, Oeo'rge AV: Mortz, Sr.;
- -itudolphnD. U. JloMaatera ; -UnlonrHrB'
Stinson;
"Willls,tawu,lUo Urwln.
The followinR Central Committee
was appointed by tho Republican con-
, :nfltion of tho Piftieth eollJ', a:
tiiA, iicu'-'i ' oUji August 13
1 Alexander rnnnf.r. albrldgo:
.Tecksdni IJzra B. Pellett i b
UnionraVU. Phillips.
At tho Domocratio concrcssional
onvontion, held at Anna, September
8, 1874, tho following Contral Com
inittoo for tho Eigntccnth district was
appointed :t
lUndolpb, Beverly "Wiltshire;
Porry, K. B. Kusherj
JVllllamson, O. W. Goddard :
Jackson, O. W. Andrews j
Union, Hugh Andrews:
Johnson, I. N. Pierco:
i . jMassac, J. "W. Thrift: :
Pone, D. B. Field j
CPnlaski. Obod lSdton : . : ! o
r-1,A!CJtand8ri Jhn n, Oborjy ; ,
"t fi'iAt (LargoV Judger-BrosBr balro.
The following oxeoutive comiuittco
for Union .county ias appointed by
tho Ddnio'dratio county convention that
iati in Joncaboro, Augufet 24, 1871 i
" "0. P. Hill. '
.GO j HqjUi- ...
Tho iojlpwjng State comnuttco was
appointed b tho Domooratio-Opposi-Yi
!tfontcopvontion, at Springflold, August
20, 1874t
1st District, Egbert Jameson, Chlcaco
ad Distriot,i "Vm..I.Onahan, CbicIo
ou jinnci, r. ji, u. tYinion, Ulllcago
jt, , $lh District, A. Al. Ilarrlngton.OenoTa.
''ih Dlstrot.nVm. WrlghCFreoport!
r".6th-I)iitrict,-'J: B.-Urk.7:ock Island.
7th Dlatrict, Ooo. "W. Itavens, Ottawa.
8th District, Washington K. Cook,
Lacon.
0th District Obas. P. King, Poorls.
10th DlstrlctlfDvld K. Heed, Carthaco.
--aithjDUtrtctJ. M.Bush, 1'ittsflgld.
' oprinuueia.
18th District, John A. MaUory.IUvana.
,14lU, District, J. U. Busby, Ohampalirn.
16th District, K. O. Ttobinson, KOlnc
ham. "
ir.l TtlatrlM rt t
i iyt. v; w""
Holies, Greenville.
ii" .isiawivi, if.ii, jxrom
e, Ldwri!.
vllle.
18jh District, y. U. Groon, Cairo.
10th District, James P.Koblnson.Olnov,
At Lerirei N. B. Miller. Chicago. '
At Large, I. W. Townsond, fchawnee-
VUHU, "
At Large, "Wm. Brownj Jacksonville
Mr. Hrown was elected eliairman of
yMj committee.
The
lOlloWitlL' fVntn.l r'f,,...:u.
was appointed by tho Domocratio con-
Ti , , cxandcr 00"tyi at Cai
airo,
Dog Tootb. Nf,Hun.sCa:
Haxlewood," James K, AiC(!rii
ThJ,be.,.jG.KolwinK, "C, U'
UelV.OT. BenfiowJ
Unity, W. J. illllord.
TTnwil. TMiftA0;M. GoMman, John
Howley, John Hogan andr. Darter"
The folIoipjjjBjral Coinmitte
It,
oral conTentlon tbat met at Anna,
September 1374, ana nominated
candidate for IhtlGgUUture in tbo
Fiftieth Senatorial Dlsttiet s
Aleiandor, D V BlaVe, .1 0 Lynch.
.Tackson, 1' Dltbon, .Iciopti Cully... .
Union, Oliver Hill, T M Ferine.
At Urge, T P Bouton, of Union.
On Friday ntgbt or list week, tho
wholesale grocory houto of Vlelle & Stock-
well, of Evantvlllo, was dettroyed by tiro
LoiafC5,OuO.
Trie nrlncloal of tbo Gravvlllo public
schools spells annuls "engoiv anu. gram
mar "gromraar,1' and yot ho la offended
and crlui out inlusllce. because tno county
superintendent ci scuoois wouia noi giro
nim a urn crauo wiuuwm.
Times.
No morn of tnat I Let tho poor man
liavo his K.
Tub Farmers' organization In tho 18tS
congressional district is much stronger
than is gonorally supposod. In Johnson
county thero aro 24 clubs, in Masiao 21,
l'opolS, Jaokson 17. la Torry and Wil-
lismson tho organisation is about ooo
strong, In Jackson they number about
00. Pulaski and Alexander havo no or
ganizations:- It It safo to lay, tbat In tbo
whole district, tho momborthip will reach
4,000.
TriKHouthorn Illinois Conference of
tho Jlothodlst Uplscopal ctmrch patted a
resolution to the effect that heroaftor no
man shall bo admitted to tho inlnUtrr
I mho JiJJJclcJ to Hie uso or
I no' uiltUtor"trhoorriiaM li Will bo or-
rfitlnnrl dnAcon or nftlfir unites Ln tint
flilils it and plcdgos himself to rcfratn
from tho uto of it in tho future. Tho
adoption ot tho resolution vat not vrol
1
received, by tome of tho old chowors D.
Ii, Davis, for instance
Ir we may.bcllevo tho Oallalin Oszotta
(and tbo trulblulncrs of that sheet Is
rarely questioned) Gon. "W. B. Anderson,
the lteform candldato for congreit in tbe
19th district, is quite aa much of a sneak
and dodgor as Is our Isaac, of tbo 18th
district. "What," inquiros tho Gazette,
"are Gen. Andorcon'a views 7 In all of
his speeches ho docs not rofor to tho recon
struction moasuros of tbe ltadisal party.
Ho daot not rofor to tbo tariff, ho Is sllont
as tho gravo with regard to tbo civil rights
bill. The truth It ho Is afraid to express
an oplrion. If he opposes tbo civil rights
bill aid tho tariff ho is In dangor of
offending tho Republicans, and should ho
approve of tbeea moasuros ho fears tlmt no
will bio tho support of tho Democrats."
It lemnlns to bo scon if the voters of the
18th and JOth districts are so carclos of tbo
mteiests of their country as to "go It
bllnl," and tend this braco of "dodgors"
to ctngrcss. Uur confidence in tho Intel
ligence of tbo' pooplo will not permit us
to believe such a consummation possible,
Jack Kuykendall, of Johnson county,
Rho owos tho Democratic party a debt of
gratitude a life-time servico could not
repay, is rendering' hlmsolf conspicuously
obnoxious aliUa to his olj party friends
and the Independent ltuformera. Ko
sooner had Snmuol Glassford received Hit
nomination for senator in tho Gist dil
trict, than Kuykendall comtnoncod a uso
of all his porsuasivo and abuslvo nnr
to'gnttha nerr "'-" the track,
.uwcuiy tioslilo to tho Doraocrail,, ,.,.
"ar- "olgbbor and
friend, ha seeks to crush r ,i r
tho field ovorybody else whoio notions of
govornment policy do not harmonize with
Ulns vT ",i0DS h0- h:m,Blf' 01t-
oppose the olo:tion of iSS'?Zm;utt
Hardy, and favor tho eloctlon of tho Bad-
leal Korrill, ho cannot tell no ono cao
tell. Tho Democratic nartv lifted him
from obscurity to a position from whenco
tho road was opon to him to n scat In con
gross. Wpw ho smites tho hand that fed
bis nmbition turns n bostllo front to the
party that mado him.
Accoruimo to McCartuey. of tho 5Ie-
tropolls Times: Oolonol Ferrlll. tho Re-
publican candldato in tho 01st district, for
tbe state senate, is n dead sock in tho pit,
""). iv ueeus no opposing," says
Jiao, -to aeieat mm now. He is so doad
that the rosurreclion trumpet .could not
reach him."
Farmer Glnuford is tho coming man,
In ilao's oitlmatlon. Ppinkln" of that
genllaman'a nomination, ho mentions the
following enthusiastic demonstration:
"On Tuesday, when tho nows sproad
abroad that Mr. Glasiford was in tho Held
for tho state sonato, the cttizons gathered
at his liouto to tho numbor ot ono bun
dred, and had what our reporter rails a
'glorious good time', fipocohes waro
made, and tho determination oiproised to
lay Ferrlll on tho shelf, and gtvo his sen
atorial seat to n man of I.jo nuonlo, vizi
Glassford."
On ths othor hand, Jack Alden, of the
Johnson Uounsy Journal, says thut For.
rill will recolvo a majority of at loast 000
votes ovor all the opposition that can bo
arrayed against him.
As fltopben Claypool was wont to say,
"it's all a muddle," in tbe 61st, and the
papers thero only serve to mako tho mud
dle wore and more incomprehensible.
A Mound City subscriber writes us as
tollows: "Hartzoll's speech In tho City
Hall, Tuesday night, was listened to with
feelings of solid satisfaction miy dolight
by no lets than two hundred votors.
Ho 'come right out' on all the questions
Involved in the canvass. Ho avowed in,.
compromliing hoitillty to tho C'iviljHighls
bill; to a protoatlvo tariff; to n further
squandering or tho public domain; to tho
class legislation that has operated so dls-
astrousiy upon the produollve intorests of
the West-bo placed himself, In short,
upon the Domocratiu Statu platform, Bllli
proclaimed his wllllngiieis to .Ink or swim
with the principles tboroln enunciated
Ho declared hlmsolf; as all Democrati do'
In favor of an equltablo appropriation
from the national treasury, for tho lm
provement of Western riven and harbors
and was very positive In his denunciation
of ,the salary steal, in which hi. opponent
wai an obscure, but a full participant, n9
1
as HitsnaJ to tato3hout with the c'teH
attention, and, at tbo close, elicited a round
to tU vert foundation, In concluslo6, 1"
destre to lnpren you, more fully than you
teem to be impressed, that wo havo, In
VWIIliem HartMll, a stronir man, an ablo
man, an effective sturapor In short, all
the pre-requliltes for an honest, an Influ
entlal congressman. Hound City li Ju
n blaze for Ilartzell, and will
rIto him a voto that will iliow htm that
yto appreciate bit mortis at a man and bit
honesty as n politician."
Prom a half dozon sources wo havo ro
coWod full conflrmatlon of tho facts (tatea
by our corrospondont. AVhorcforo wo con
clude that since Harlzill has ontorod act
ively Into the flght, ho will, as his frlondl
promisod he would do, "make tho fur
OUR
CHICAGO COMMEftClAL
LETTEFl.
Opi'clal Corre'pondeiKu.
OntCAOo, Tuesday evening. Oct. 18, '
riHAirCC.
Tho demand for money was modorato,
but tho supply of loanablo funds tfas am
plo. Bankets aro very cautious, rcquir
log sound collaterals that can bo roadllv
cOnvcrlod. Interest rales UQ10 per cent
on real citato; loans 8(10 percent, on tho
"street. Good rounlry demand tor cur
ronoy, 'indicating an Increased crop movo
mont. Clearances for week $24,883,1)82.23,
against 10,rlft2l3.ao lastyoar, Indicating
a rorysntlilactoryimproveiuonlln ((norni
trado. New York oxoliango 2Sd discount
per $1,000 botwaon banks.' Gold, 109J
110. Bonds, 6.20s of 'C2, 11210112!;; of
'05, llClQllfiJ.
linHAUSTUFV'S.
Tho following table shows tho movement
of breadstuff and llvo stocks for tbo week.
" " ' ltecelptsf Shipments
Flour; bbls ..:!&, y- ' 4iW0 32,297
Wheat) luc.-rtt 1,160,960 l,l!iy,05l)
01S.7QI 706,310
Oat bu i 325,'ml 393,301
Bvo. bu 21.C01 f.,031
Barley, bu. ; 107 820 109,28
Live hogs 63,510 10,630
Cattl 19,000 ,20l
Lake freights acllvo at '10 for wheat to
Buffalo, against,'8c'tbls timolast year, with
an avergo supply of vessels.) A cargoi of
111.00Q bushels of qals was leaded on ono
stoamer on Saturday, tbo largest cargo
over loaded. Blnco tho oponlne of tho
month, tho market for broadttuUs has
been woak, and valufts havo declined
though occasionally a tompornry firmness
and reaction occurred. Tho receipts of
grain have Increased censidorably during
the past week or two, farmers not being
as reluctant about sonding forward thlr
supplies as during tho month ot Keptem
bei, Holders bavo ovincod more dcalro,
to realize, and the offerings havo bcon lib-
oral throughout. Besides tho nbovo influ
once, tho rather unfavorable Intelligence
rccoived from both home markets nni
abroad, aided ln depressing values'. Sec
ulativo operators havo tradort with' con
siderablo caution, and tholr operations
havo not been oxtonsive, they'tis a general
rule being tomowhat undoctdod as to
which course to pursue. With the rttther
favorablo rcp( rt' of the European crops,
nd tbo ptoipccts that thero will bo a
raatltod decroasu In tlio continental de
mand for Aiuuricnn grain, operators are
gonerally of tho opinion tbat lower prices
wilt prevail. Our crops havo boon ample,
and as ftrmors havo doforrod sonding
tholr grain to market as early m usual, a
largo amount must necossarliy yet bo for-
wardod boforo our recolpts will bo propor
tionally . isrR0 u, jMt y0Rr- m,pj)0r,
noiigiu ireeiy me pan twowooks. Ublng
to tako advantage of tbo abundant freight
""""" "'rrod and tho comparatlvolr low
rates of lako m,hl. - , ' ,
. .... . " .t0 forward ns much
grain as possible to the tea Kof
the close of navigation, as rail frolglits
during tbo wintor aro so liiuli as to groatly
lnorcaso tho oxponse of forwarding. The
amount of grain now In storo it very
light, being about 3,200,000 bushels,
against 0,000,000 this time last year.
Flour has met with a moderato inquiry,
and prices stoady at $1 76a5 25 for West
cm shipping oxtras, 5 25aS 75 Tor do
family brands. Minnesota brands ranged
at $5 COaC 50. Winter whoat neglectod.
Minnesota wheat wanted for milling and
shipping purposes; prices at 51 021 03
for if o. 1 nnd 03ja01o for No. 2. Spring
wheat ranged at 07a0SJo for No.
1; very little No. 1 has
boon recclvod, farmers mixing
their best wheat with tbo lower grades to
establish a bettor average quality, Cash
No. 2 spring sold aV03Jc: closed at OQJo
Seller October about Kt lowor thnu cash.
No. 3 steady at 8C(;jJ89s. Corn about
2i3o lower. No, 2 sold at 78VyBlc:
closod at 78078Jc. Novombor closed at
7-lcJ. Oats quito stoady at -10J50o for
Wo. 2 cash: seller October 40 je; toller
Novombor dlscouutod :lc. No. 2 Bye
firm at 83J31je. Barley unsettled and
fluctuated between $1 0201 OS (or cash
No. 2, and SI 031 00 for November.
VKOYISIO.NB.
Tho provision markot was nctlvo and
firm at tho opening under a good specula
tive and order demand, but cloiod dull at
lower prices, with buyers holding off.
Mess pork cash sold at ?21 00'JI 70;
Bollor tho yoar rangod at $17 5017 00;
closed at $17 (it. Cash lard steady at
fli to winter and 14 00 summer render;
toller tho year SU 37J1I 53. Tho reg
ular packing soason opens November 1,
and prlcos aro now sottliug to R lower
range. The stocks on hand are estimated
at 8,000 bbls old and 1,200 l.Lla now mess
pork, -1,000 to lard, and 850,000 Hu wintor
meats,
SKEDH AN!) llKlllwi.visa.
Timothy eoeds qulot $a c0.
clover $5 605 75. Jlqjhwiuoi stoady t
X 011 01
MVK STOCK AND I.UMIIltn.
Cattle Arm for good matured stoorr,
supply of common gradoa largo. Fair to
good stoors S-l 605 Co, choltu f 5 75
0 21, Blockers $2 CO-"! 75, cows U 60
4 00, Toxans $1 603 f,0 for through,
?:l 505 00 forcorn.fed. Hogs cloto ilrm
although opened dull, Poor to com
mon ?6 000 00; fair to choico $0 10
0 85. Sheep dull at 2 C0t Co.
Lumber Arm and' offerings lliht. Car
go prices 9 for lolst and scantling,, fu 00
ale 50 for boatds nnd ttripi. Lath $1 To.
Shingles 52 00a2 SO; lard prices, ?10 R0
12 00 for Joltt. teantllng, fencing and
common lumber,
OBKKni.fVfHOLtlAIjE MARKETS .
General raerohaniMse trado of the city
very good. Dry goods moving freoly on
order account, with a modorateatlendonoo
ofbuyors. Orders generally for small
quanltlot, buyer carrying only light stocks
In order to ho in thapo to take ndvantago
of any change In market. Boots and shoes
stoady. .Manufactured clothing in active
domand ; stocks largo and finely assorted.
Suits from 17 00 to $36 00. Overcoats from
$8 00 to $32 00. Carpots qulot nnd steady.
Groceries in nctlvo demand. Coffee in
light stock and firm ; boat Bio 23) 24c
Sugars tlrm; A slandsrd 11 j I Me,
bards llje. Btco oasy. Teas firm. Bag
ging qulot for grain bags, nctlvo for bur-
laps and gunnioe; Stark Ai $31 CO per 100.
Building materials quiet. Coal Ilrm at
$9 000 60 for anthracite, nnd S3 008 60
for bituminous Drugs tctivo and Arm
I'llh firm; codflsh scarce. Frultx quiet;
lemons $11 00; apples $2 003 00 per brl;
crtnburrles $9 6012 00 per brl. Hav
Urn; No 1 timothy $15 00 10 GO. Nnlli
$3 75 rates. Oils Ilrm; standard carbon
1515Jc. Tinners' stock active, tin plato
SU 60. rales. Salt quiet at $1 CO for fine.
Yool quiet but firmly lield; stocks light
rnonucr..
unoeso nrm at liinic. iiuuor active
ant' strong, Krporl and IvAStorn demand
at ZldHa far low to crndos: choico
and tancy .1037ic The largost salo of
butter over mado in thti market was mado
on baturday, viz; 1,000 flrklns at 26c
per lb, amounting to ovor $20,000, taken
for tho Liverpool markot. Kggs firm at
1820c. Broom corn firmer at $50 00
S180 00 per ton. Beans stoady at $1 76
2 00 per bushel. Hops salable at 2Sl0o
for noT. Hides wanted at 8De for
heavy and 0J10c for light green taltid.
rotatosi 6070o per buthol for car lots.
NEWSOFTHE NEIGHBORHOOD.
Tht Scott county (Mo) Forum boasts
of a turnip that weighs, minus its root and
lop, four and a half pounds I A heavy
nothing, tbat.
Tho;ountry ovor in Kentucky, op
poslte thli placo is on Hro. Metropolis
Xemoora-..j
Tho Metropolis Timet says ; Miss
Carrie Ballard, who was frlghtonod Into
lnsnnity by tbe flirtation of a couplo of
roughs on tbe train near Peoria, has re
covered her roaion, and left Metropolis for
bor homo In Iowa last Wodnotday.
What isthsro In tbo ''flirtation of roughs'
to drive women crazy 7 We pause, but
very, impatiently.
On last Wednetday a deputy U. S
Marshal vlilted our city and took with
bim, Mr. L Valleo, to answer to a charge
of violating tbo law regulating the sale
and manufacture of spirits. Ho was taken
lo &pringtloia tor preliminary trial.
Metropolis Times
Mr. Jol:n Burns sbowod us a enrios.
ityonoday this weok, In tho shape of
somo grapes, which are tho second cntp.
They aro as perfect as the first, and being
but a little siuallor. He accounts for it,
from the fast tbat ho pruned bis vinos
when n first crop was nrly ripe, after
which the tn-ond made its appearance,
Nashvillo (111) Demoorat.j
Five cucumbers, aggregatiug 10 foot
2 inches in length, are among the agricul
tural curiosities raised ihis reason by Dr.
P. S. Thompson, on Major Bun. K.
Grey's jiaco. The longest one is 46, and
tUii-nortest ono 32 inches in length. At
ast accounts tbsy wore still on tbo vinos
and growing at tbo rnto of an inch. a dev.
Columbus (ICy.) Dispatch.
The total assesssmont against tho
railroads which pass through Whlto
county aro as follows: Cslro and Vin
cennci, $053,890; St. Louis and South
&iltE.Ko?S;rinsflold and Illinois
A man by tbo namo of Jouu -rri-..,
killed another bv the naina nf r.nnM,
Muecrove, at Now Haven, last Tueidav.
Winters boars a bard namo and has for a
long tlrno said ho was going to kill some
uua it uo uau 10 kiii mmseir. It is re
ported tbat Ihoy bad n inlllng out sorao
thing ovor a yoor ago, In which Musgrovo
got the best of tho bargain, and tbat
vy niors uau sworn lo have vengoance.
V inters was undor tbo lnfiuenco of liquor
at tbe timo he did tho dood. Carrai
ximes.
DR. ROGERS'
VEBBTABLE WORM SYRUP
AbroomHiiuiHymrrerpain, when Infiicle
upon himself, heroics!!- but lie '"i"e
CAXSOT SEE HIS CHILI) SUFFER
n;,i '.V? ?",cr """"'y, incident to child
.rlh., w .L,C0,m',!,u! I more ludo
11,.,. i7oi '"""W",M 01 llo Hiiro aunervr
PRODUCED BY WORMS 5
and wlien tlio nnrm huk- tlmlAvili.o.l., si..
'tt'unhovrfl! nut dd'n'y a moment In sol
PiV. V'" mol I,rotnPt and cfllclcnt romc-
;.. .u . uu mo a. piiisionoi tne ntrui rrn.
1 ho remedy may bo lomid In
Dlt. ltOOKHS' VEGETABLK WOBM
SYRUP.
1'Ioato bear In mind that
itOU Kits' 1VOKM SYBUP
U tho- rcllablo preparation
UOOKltS' WOHM SYBUP
. Is a paproparatlon, pablel
HOaKJlS'WOItMSYKUP
, the llkod by children
BOOEIIS' WOUM SYBU1'
posltlvcl deitroys worinn.
BOtlKUS' WOBM SYHUP
ItOflUHB' WO JIM BY It UP
I JiU.!!y.oco,.nin,en,,OJ '' I'hyMcianf and
in tile world' y Ul"'1 m ,1,oJld"e
J'rlcn as cents. Tor kale by all druggist.
JOHN V. lillNUY, Ct'ltliAN & CO.,
l'roprlotois
o Mini ti i-oiicirn j-jacn, New York.
DAN1KL LAMI'EIIT
FASHIONABLE BARBER
AND
DKHB33IE
lltbth
Street, betnuen Washington and
toimnerclal Avenue.
CAIRO, ILL?.
COMMINNIOH IRBROHAItTS.
. C. CL08E, v
OERERAL k
Oommissioii Merchant
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement; Plaster, Hair, Ac.
OHIO LEVEE.
J3TI will sell ln car load lota at manulao.
turcra prices, adding freight.
COFFK. HAKRISON & CO..
(Successors to D. Hurd A Bon.)
ANIl
Commission Merchants,
ri.OIIU.UItAIIt AMI HAT. .
No 03 Ohio Lovon. OAIllO, ILLH
Wood Rittonliouso & Bother
-AMv
Geskhai. Commission Mr.aciiANr,
133 Ohio licvco, Cairo.
U.A. Thomi L. n.Tlmmi
TII.OM8 & HROTHEll,
Sucresosrs to 11. M.llulen,
COMMISSION MEHOHANTS.BKOKElt
ANZ DaALMHa IN
Mtnil(i nt fancy flroerle.
J foreign and Domestic
) FRUITS .32TX) 3STTTTQ
104 Commercial Avenue,
OAIBO. . ILLINOIS.
NEW YOHK. UTOxlK,
WHOLESALE AUD ItlSTAIL.
tAUOXST VAS1KTT STOOK IV TUB O
OOODfl BOLD VauVoLOHK.
Jornrr sf lllnetutti atrS nnd Vuni
mamlul Avenue
OAIBO, ILLINOIS.
U. O. 1'ATIEU
MILLER & PARKER,
General Commission
FORWARDING MERCH S,
DctloM ill
FLOUR, COIIN, OATS, UAY.Ac.
Agents for Fairbank Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON
(Successor to John B. I'hlllit,)
General Commission
AND
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS,
Dealers In
HAY, COKN,
OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, &o.
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powder Company
COIt. TKSTn ST. OHIO LKVKE,
CAIRO, ILLS.
,ariKs. E, J. AYSit
AYERS & CO.,
31 L O U"
AKB
QSNEKaL COMMISSION MERCHANT.'
No. TS LavKB.OnioOArao, Ii.w.
W. Stratton. T. Bird
TRATTON Ai BIRD
WHOLESALE GROCERS
-AND-
ommission Merchants,
Agents American Powder Company
a? ouio zevss. oujio.
R.
SMYTH &
CO.
WHOI.E3AI.E
LIQUOR 1) E A L E It
No. GO Ohio Loveo,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
ST. NICHOLAS
Hotel and Restauraunt
122 Commercial Avenue.
Two doors nonli of Cairo and Vlnccnnct llnllroad
ucpot.
WM. WETZEL
l'norniETon
A trusty watch kept nlcht and dav for
Trains and Steamboats.
THK Jli:ST OF ACCOMMODATIONS
for tranclcnt guests at
TAVO DOLLARS PER DAY.
208-10-Ltf
Cairo !Ho.v and BaslcoL Co.
DEALKIIS in
LUMBER
AM. KINDS, HAM) ANIl BOIT,
Jfoep constantly on lmna
FLOORING ;SpiNQ,; ,
' AIO, LATH,
OP
Mill and Y
Connor 34th Street
and Ohio Levcc. '
- WS
WHOLESALE
BilRGLAlT
Jobbers and
PURE
Chemicals, Patent .Medicines,
Toilett Articles, Druggist's
T -...1 .1 fill .! . It
AJUiiu .inn viumr uraues, j'anus, colors, uns, varnislies,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, True Colors, Dyo
StuOs, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Wn Solicit cnrrniinnnilAnn nr, nhl... f..n ti......f... in..... 1.1 . . . . . i i . . . .
in. want of (looilnln our l.tne. Ntcamboat.
lshea or lleliwcd with llr liable J)nis nt Itcaionablo Hates'
VHUIiKSAI,E & KKTAIIi,
71 Ohio Lerrc
C -A. I
A
oilsts wantki) Kvi:itvvi:iti:
toll tVi nowestand mol lie lutltu
book published
THE FESTIVAL OF SONG
A UIJItAUY of ilio Clini. et Selections
from ALL the Clrttet I'OKTa in one vol
ume, J'rorueelr llliotratcd b thcmt r
ilece ol renowiud iMlntern 1'nnithcly Iti
lowest IirlCrd mi d Ill'Jtt i-ri;itlit honk nl lllf
lun. Hundred nl oltimc, In mini Send
for prool and liberal term lo Agfnt of
KlTlir.li sex. r. A. IIi tciiins .v, a Co.,
UiIchko. Ill . or St. I.ciiu, .Mil.
itir LIVINGSTONES dead"".'
And tho people everynherc aru cst to
buy the only au'lir-nt'catrl cnmplrlo liitory
of his l.l'e, I, nl r and Ilentli bli won
derful achievement anJ thrllllf i; ailvi n
tures during 3d years lo tho tld of Afrfc.
and tan crest search uml i.vcy )v (he
darlnir Staulej . Over 000 pics, t). niitlli lly
lllustrale.l-only S l ffl. (iolni; llkf wild ire !
AOE.STS WA.NTi:t). Write (or extra
ienn, or If In ha n lo hctf n wnrk, 'riid
?1.00 for OUtll VlltUVIHIHLH IMil'll.,
CnlcaKn, 111 , or St I oul, Mo. :ii.". fi.- i.
HALL'S PATENT HUSKING GLOVES
7-nr.V t!lti:.VTI,Y I.MI'ltOV:i) ill lonn
' or tho cltWK, and tho iiipc rompletn
shlcldi j: of the pari diilijert to wear, Ii)
metal plate", makitif; them wear rivis
timi:a ah i.ono, unit il (he w rk (a-lcr ami
easier thin any other bunker. .Made ol the
very best cilr leather. In lour eles. rl'ht
ami lea handed, garuplui iel.t prepal I on
receipt ol price. Half clovts. ?1 i"i ; lull
Kiovri, ?2 fK) per pair I.ibf 'af discount In
lUantltlc. Aatyour mcrclul.t, or :uiilren
H.VLL,HLHKI.Ct,0H'' .
i Mi hi.
CINGHO-QUINSNE
is as effectual a rcmctlit
FOR FEVER & AGUE
aa tho Sulphate la the san.o rn, wlnlc It affcrts
tht hrart , U more paltille lunlmnr fAnprr.
8nil for rIeacilptlTe Clrcelir Willi Trtt Irnontnla
c j-nujirtuna iron, au puui oi mo country.
IV Sample prwjracwi tor trial, 8.1 nta.
Vn-parr.1 by llll.I.lNUH, UAi'l' CO., ilaoufac.
luring Cbtruliu, lotion, Mau.
$1,000 TBIl WEEK
jTWS be made by any smart man who eali
v Keep nu nusineas to hiu
I). 1 Hi:it.M A NX,
liiinelf, Aildrfii
lloboken, , .1.
577
A WKi:iC (,'uarantecd to Main and
Female Airciita in their locality.
Costs nothing to try 11. l'articii
larsfrce. V O. VK'KKKY.tCO.,
Auguta. Me.
Is.mi l. 1 1 km, will. i nt. u.,, iui ... mi. tik I
tibial .Wo.i4 ltul rb.ru.. Tin f.wi.ul
-v.... cirru.i.u.l ju lirt4mTintw lcrk
AGENTS WANTED iiSlS
MONOPOLIES AND THK ri'Ol'l'i;
Every Oraiiuor wauta It. rt U orlL'Inii
nnd (.'diulne. Addrcrf for tennn, CO.Ol'
Kit ATI YE l'UIl. CO., Cincinnati, St, j.ouU
or .Muscatine, Iowa.
YOUNG MRN """.'f11 10 loarn tfilu-
J. u Ull U llirjl irruphlnf, ami take mil.
ecu on now lines which wo aro uirnlshlnK
with operator, at Mdary iroiu ?C0 to ?00
per mouth. Send lor circulars Addrrs,
tiic:vi;c:atAi'" n.
COSTAR. EXTERMINATORS
AND INSECT POWDER.
For Hat, JIIco, Uoacbrs, Ants, Itoil.UiiK",
3Iotb, Ac.
J. V. II EN It Y, cmtltAN & ().,
8 and D Collego l'laco, Ncw'York.8Cnt'
"srggggi1 ' 1 '"an-1 1- - 1
K.OSS5
Coal and Wood Yakd.
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAL
ANIl
STOVE WOO D
lvntit nnnttmilli nn linriit nl llnu. '.i...l
,' .T .....( ....... (.1,11,
Jeiiiiiure al nvenuu. onnoilto llros llnil.i.
Llrdura
promptly Ullod, Coal nml AYood
1 Ireo of charge, Term strictly
31M0-C-3IU.
dellverod
cash
lKiTii.i. US
1!
AND RETAIL
ruiT in n
BROTHERS
Retailers of
DRUG S,
Perfumery, Soaps, JJrualiea,
Fancv CJoods, Collier 'White
.1 , 1 . .
J'lantatlun and Kamllv Mcdlelno curs lurn.
RETAIL & PItEJCIUPTION.
Wuflhlngtoii Arc. cor. Lit'htli St.
IR, O .
no at is roitr.i
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GItOOEIl
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer In
BOAT STORES
.Vo. 7 Ohio Lew, CAIItO, 11.1
3r8pcclal attention given to enoisifa
iwinu tod flllliu orders. U-l ti
SAM WILSON
trSSLKH IN
BOAT STORES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
-Jo. XXO Olxlo ZZ.o-cro
p.A'O ILLS.
J Q. HAFIMAN &. CO
HOUSE AGENT,
COLLKCTOItS,
VONYEVAaNCKltS,'
NOTARIES I'CULICS
nd Ijaml A-enUoI Iho Illinois Central ami
llurlint'toii and illouri It. It. Cos.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lcvcc,
CAIftO. ILLS.
C. WINSTON it CO.
Real Estate Agents
AUCTIONEERS,
71 Ohio Lkvek, Second Floor,)
OAIHO, ILL.
IJuy and Hell ItEAE ESTATE. I'ay TAXE
I timlshe Alutracti of Title,
fc-fl Land CoinuiUfloner.
. .IAC0I! WALTRlt
And Dealer In
fcUiESJL iMEATS,
KlUIITII&ntKKT, I1KT. "VAIilIIKnroN ANIl
CoiiMi:r.tut, Avk; uajolniug Hanny's
Lveps the best User, Pork, Mutton, Yeal,
Lamb. Sausage, etc., a d In prepared to
suno l.iiuilfslii an acceptable maimer.
UKXTAIt MNAMENT.
he great discovery of tho
age. There Ii no pain which
tbo Ccniaur Liniment jvI'1 uo
re Hoc, no ewel lug which it
Will not tlbdlic, and im Umo
iios which it will not euro
Thli ii strong hnguagn. but
it in run. It la rn Immliiiu.
3K liin rcrMlin im nrlntml uennml
each lioitle. A clrcii.ur coiiiulnlng ci rtlll-catt-H
ol wondcrliil curcH of rheumatism
neuralgia, lock-Jaw, sprains, HWolllngs,
scalilH, caked lireaitx, poiaoiioiia blto fiocn
leot, gout, nail lluui 111, enr-wchn c, and the
roclpn ortho Midmcntwli ho sent protls to
IlliVonit. lilt lllH inoit Wnnihll'ul lirnllnn
and p .In rollovliiL' tit bo world has v. r
produced, It erlli ni no article beloro did
lel.aiiillt sells because It doesju.t what It
irciun iriiouo. unc noiiio 1.1 the CsnUiir
Lllllmi'nt fnr lililirmlu fvnllnw . ti..IIi
worth ft hunUivd dol'iiis for spav ned,
slra ned or.galled iorc and iiiiiles, ni d lor
serotviwuini In shoep. of.millyor stock,
own rint afford to ho without JentuurUin.
Imcnt l'rlee,00 rpiit-i hrsro bottljs t. J
H. Itoto .V C'j., Til Hroail viiv. Now.
vom f uaijt i iiiuiv iiiiiii it BiiuBiiiuiu iur
Oailor Oil, .It in Ihooply havk mticle in ex
ttdiiicn li'lili'li la sum lo r. trill jln ilm , nw.
I A C1'M11T . I.. 4I...H a..l.cll...
' eli.piirn wlndcollpandpr uui e natural a cop.
11 is pie.isaui iu iukc, vuuuren neeti noicrr
and mothers may sleep. jo-7 wly

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