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,..DHDAT,,.pOTOBKK 18, 1874.
sal rr of the City nd Oonnty
JOHN H, OBXHLX. Jtdltor mil t'obllaher
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i Democratic Stato Ticket.
' .For State Treasurer
, 7 CilARLHS OAUIIOLL.
rof'8upertnUndent ot 1'uhUc Instruction
. S. M. KTTEH.
For Congress Eighteenth District,
Tfit Iteprescntatlves Fiftieth District,
FOUNTAIN E. AhmiWUT,
..... ;CjjAinoimi winston.
t'aUT The restoration of gold and silver
ai the basis oi tlio currency; tho resumption
of specie payments as soon as posslhlu with
out disaster to the bus tnes s of tho country,
by'stcadlly opposlog Inflation anil by tho
payment of tho national Indebtedness In the
money ot tho civilized world.
'BscoKD-i'Freo commerce; no tariff for any
.other, purpose bnt revenue.
third Individual liberty and opposition
to sumptuary lawi.
Fqckth The right and duty of tho
.SUto to protect Us citizen from extortion
andjlinjuit tllicrlmlnatlon by chartered
irT.n Utgld restriction ot the govern
ivnent, both State and National. totheleirlt-
' Iraato domain of political power by exclud
log therefrom all eNccutlve and legislative
Intermeddling with tho affairs or .society
wheroby monopolies aro fostered, prlvll
edged clsses eggrandlzod, ami lndlvldua
(rcedom unnecessarily and opprciMvely
Tfio following Contral Committee
Tfaa.nppointod by tho Republican con
gtowonal convention that met a
Mound City, August 13, 1874 :
Alexander county, O. W. MoKealg ;
Jackson, ilenj. li. Wiley;
'Johnson, A. J. Aldon ;
Maisao, Henry Armstrong ;
Terry, S. J. Parks ;
Pope, II. V. Ilaker ;
Tiilaskl, George W. Mortz, Sr.;
Randolph, D. It. MoMasters ;
Union, It. U Stlnson ;
"WiUlamson, Mllo Erwln.
Tho following Central Committee
JTAS. appointed tho Jtojmblicuu con
'tcnton of the Fiftieth senatorial dia
triaty'held at Wound City, August 13
Alexander county. K. K. Walbrldgo;
Jackson, 'Ezra B.Pellott;
Ulon.T. U. Phillips.
At tho Domocratio coucrcssiouai
tonvantion, held at Anna, Septombor
"i i74, tho following Central Com
roitteo for tho Eighteenth district was
J: 1 1 . -1
ltandolpb, Boverly WJItshlro;
Setry, E. li. Itusbor; '
Williamson, O. W. Goddard ;
Jackson, O. W. Andrews;
Uflipn, ilugb Andrews;
. ??,oni N- Pierce ;
JMssac, J. W. Thrift;'
'2W D. U.FI Id;
Pulaski, Obcd KJion ;
Alexander, John H. Oberly ;
At Large, Judge F. llross, Cairo.
iITho following executive committee
far Union county was appointed by
"the .Democratic county convention that
met iu Jonesboro, August 24, 1874 :
Judge M. O. Crawford ;
. If. Kroh ;
, P. P. Hill.
Tho toUowing Btato committee was
appointed by tho Democratic-Opposi.
tion convention, at Spriugfield, August
let District, Egbert Jameson, Chicacq
S&'Dlitrlet, lfm, ,!, Onaban,' Chlc.gu
3d District, F. II. O. Wnton Chicago
4th'Distrlct, A. M. Harrington, Oenova,
6th District, Wm. Wright. Freeport.
Otb District, J. S. Drake, Hock Island.
7th District, Uw. W. Kavuns, Ottawa.
twS' D,tr,cl "Waihlugton K. Cook,
0th District Ohas. P. King, Peoria.
t. "'irt, David E Ud, Oartbago.
'V 01'? ? Aierrltt.8prlnKaeld
15 n'R,".1' Ctl J.ob? A' Mallory.Uhvana.
14th District. J IC. ltn.i. fil
16th District,' K. O. It oh In son, K Ul n g .
18th District. O. I). Ttm!. n....tn.
17th District, W. II. Kromo, Edwardsi
18tfrDIltrIct, W. n. Groen, Cairo.
18th District; James P.ltobinson.Olnoy.
At Lsrge, N. . Miller, Chicago,
town LarK' K Towus1d, bhawneo
Lrge, Wm. Brown, Jacksonville.
Mr. Jlrown was elected chairman of
The" lollowmg Central Committee
W appointed by the Democratic con-
Uaxlewood, Jams K. JHcCriln
.Thanes, J. O..BolwBC CUm'
Hanta V, J. W. Kenfrow
Unitr, W. 3. Mllford.
North Cairo. J U MettaltM It li.,rn
T W MaHMay'and Jami Carroll" '
tJoath OalNWohn II, Oouman, John
Howl, John llogan and Dr. D. Arte"
a-follWibg Central Committee
was nppointedby tho Bcmnorflticlib
cral convention that met fit Anna,
September , 1874, nml nominated
candidates for tho legislature in the
Fiftieth Senatorial District :
Alexander, It V Blake, J O Lynch.
Jackson, 1' Dlihon, Joseph Cully,
Union. Oliver Hill. T M Ferine.
At Urge, T F Hnuton, of Union.
Tltaoyosof tU Southern Illinois are
now turned toward Cntbondalo. ICarbon
Quit "cutting up," then, and Southern
Illlnoic will quit watching you.
Bam Fj.assioan has espoused the wan
log cause of Hill Anderton. Among the
many who aro congratulating Judge
Maribell, on tbli score, we beg to be num
bered. MR.GtiKaoiiv 11. LoKOHTitAf. of .Mound
City, li the nowly elected Mailer of the
Masonic Qrnud Lodge of tho State of
Illinois. ITooria Democrat.
Beg your pardon, Jlr. Jlowdall. Wo
bavo a vary vivid Impression that Goorgo
E. Lounsbery, of Cairo, Is the man.
Tits nuostion t "Shall township organ
ization bo abandoned?" will form nn Is
sue at thn coming olestlon In Johnson
county. Tho Vlonna Yeoman shows that
the cxponsas of the county under town
ship aro lots than thoy wcro undor tho old
system. Tho exporlonce of other countluit
however, has been dlroctly the rovorso.
Tub South Kk.v Iuahoibait film nanio
of JUJIaml vraukly lilcii mado Its first
niioarnoco In Carbondalo, last Wednos-
day. It li, excopllng our own, tho neat-J
estpapor, typographically, publlshod In
Southern Illinois. Tho editorials aro
sharp, pungont, slinging. Sim Barton
aided and abetted by tho ubqultous and
Invlncable John, is tho editor.
The Southern Illlnolsan, tho now Car
bondalo paper, hoists thq liamo of Col,
Clalborno Winston for tho Legislature, in
connection with thoso of Thorp and In
scoro. This Is magnanimous tho mani
festation of a willlogncsi to conoode a
rucmbor to each of tho throo coiintlos to
yield unto Cwiar "his things," otc.
Our correspondence from Montgomery,
honoatly portrays tho whys and whoro-
fores of tho allogoil disturbances In Ala-
nbama. Tho writer Is an Illlnolsan,
known to promloont citizens of Cairo as
an honest man, and ti non-par tl.an. Hu
knows whereof he speaks; and can verify
ovory ilatoraont- We invito ft caroful
porusal of bis letter, ospooially by those
who would know tho origin and purpose
of the much-tallcod of "outrages'' in Ala
Bamuki, Oi.AssroHU Is fairly in tho
field, in Slst district, as a canlldato for
the Stato Senate, The efforts of Kuykon
dall and tho other old boys who, from
lima immemorial havo sought to control
tho politics of Johnson county, failed to
get him off the track; nnd now lookout
for a warm canvass. GUssford Is popular,
and his frlonds aro active. 1'orrlll
I amounts to nothing on the stump ; but
I among tho.cob-plpo smokeri ; tho log-roll
1 lng, house-raising, corn-shucking sovor
eigne, ho Is Inimitable and Invincible.
lUnTo.v s ays that UarUoll'f horo-blow
o, Thk Oaibo Bulletxw and Gazette,
havo labored Industriously lo "rally tho
boys," but tho boys won't rally worth a
cont. Our vory cautious and oxact co
'.empcrary forgets, most likely, that tho
largest and most enthusiastic mooting of
the campaign was that held by tho Oppo
sltion in this city two weoks buo. That
was tho rallying signal that awakened tho
Mound City boys, tho Metropolis and
Popo county boys tho blast, in fact, was
h-ard all over tho district. Tho multi
plied echoes wo now hear aro music to
H.rtzell men; but dolofill sounds in the
ears of thoso who cling to Clements tho
willln' little cuts" who Is unwilling to
oponly and boldly doclaro his position on
tho Civil Kigbts bill.
Tun Democracy of tho 10th Congres.
total district is gathering ttrunith for a
vigorous battlo on the 3rd prox. Mar-
hall, the Democratic norninoo for Con-
gross, is maniroitly detormlnod that, If
ho falls at all, ho will fall with his faco to
tho foe, Witnoii tho contemplated de
monstration at Equality next Monday
wook. Prominont feature of tho pro
gramme aro theso: A regular old-
faihlonud barbecuo roasted beeves. Loizi.
calves an out-door tablo elder and
gtngar-broad speeches from Oovornor
1 alrnor, Judgo Allon, Sam Marshall. Jool
O. Morgan all without money and with
out price. Tbo Damocranv of Gallatin
prornlso to bo thoro In such force as to
show Bolters, IUiUchIj all who seek to
overthrow tho Democratic party in tho
101U district, and Bam Marshall with It,
that Jhe army that will meet them nt
I'lillllpl tuay bo "too many for thorn."
Milunkhv, TBi.Mui.va and "anov
Stous;. Miss Uurnsldo dcslms to call thu
attention of tho ladles to hor full and
complete lino of mllllnory and fancy
goods just opeood in tho Athonoum build-
1 n .
ing on lyommorciai avenuo. Her stock
consists of a full assortment of fall hats
Java canvas and p-itterns, a full llnu of z8
pbyr, all colors, fcatliors, French flowers,
ribbons, and a goneral assortment of fancy
artlclos, such as are kept in a mllllnory
tore. :i2I-10-7-1 in
Joe Konkkeu is now in full control ol
lbs Washington bakory, and having
learned tho wants of tho public, is pro-
paroa to supply on call all domaadi for
French loaf, Boston, Brown and Graham
bread, and everything else ordinarily
found In a flrst-clan bskery. Ho main-
tains a full stock of confootlonerles, and
can, as well as any other doalor In tho
city, 1111 all orders in that lino.
Okos baked, frostod or ornamented on
short notice. Special attention glvon to
the orders of wedding or picnic parties,
Pob.IIent. A flno cottago. Inqulro
of George wisher. 322-10-10-Ot
An Honest Showing ly a
THE KIND AND TUK OAUSK.
Montoomkky, Ala., Oct. Yt
EtllTOR OAIBO Ut'LLKTIM t Having
business In this Slate, I left Cairo on the
2Cth o Sept., and arrived In this ox-capl
tol of tho Southern Confederacy on tho !M.
Helng a rosldent citizen as Illlnoic, and
having hoard so much, especially recently,
of the condition of tho South, I havo con
cludeJ to let you know how that condition
strikes oiio wlnlo In lis tnldit, In contrast
to tho Impression mado whllo at homo by
unauihontlcatod. and tonsnllonal reports
In many Noribhrn papers, from thuir pro
fessional correspondents, lining ontlroly
iroe from political prejudice and bias of
any character whatover, 1 will ondeavor
to give you thu true statu ot facts as thoy
exist, and aro scon, and not ns thoy are
Having formed an opinion of affairs in
this stato from sensational reports, such
as It. M. Jays' lutter from this place to
tho Washington Chronicle, and the cole
brated letter of Uongrnuinnu Ulins, Hays,
of this stall), to Gov. llmvley, of Connect-
out, bosfiios many others of slnillnr char
acter nnd import, publlshod In dill'oront
Kepubllcau papers, I vaspropared to wit'
nM on m7 arrival here tho most torrlblo
coodltion of aH'-tlrs, socially and politic
As a man from tho North, 1 expected to
recelvo a harsh wolcomo. 1 expected to
Qnd tho nogroes in n state of terror, and
tho recipients of all kind ot 111 treatment
and brutalities, 1 expected to ten ltopub-
licans mallroatod, I ns ill to J, and persecu
ted for their political opinions. 1 ex
pected to II ml society in a miserable cha
otic confusion; nnd terrorism and dospalr
reigning supromo throughout this onco
rich and proMurous sunny clime. In bo-
hul! of truth, I uni constrainod to say that
Alabama it grossly slandered by unfound
ed and falls reports.
Tho exaggerations of outrages, nnd the
unblushing Hot manufactured for political
purposes, aud sent nurth for publication,
i ., ,, . , ... .
uy which mu iruiu is perveriua ana a
great and law-abiding stato soriously In
Jured in ull its matorlal lnlorosts, U, to
uso tho mildest torm, a disgrace to jour
nalism and tho clviliiitlon of which
wo so proudly boast.
Sinco my arrival here I havo conversed
freely with mon ot both political parties,
and have observed closely, and I llnd tbo
ditposltien, ospocinlly among tho Demo
crats, to treat all immigrants und vltitors
from tho North with kindness and re
spoct, and are unxlous to huvo moc of
capital como among them and belp de
volop tho cxhaustless rosourcos of tho
Stato. Thoy also oxtond a hearty wel-
como to men without moans, but with
energy and entorpriso Honest men who
como horo to help build up tho mate
rial interests of thu state, will
rocolvo a wolcomo, hearty and honost,
not to bo oxcoodeJ by any community or
Stale In tho Union, orth or South. But
Northorn mon of the onrpet-bag stripe,
who como horo to rldu Into ollico on the
backs of tho negroes, and who, to accom
push that unworthy object, resort to all
kinde ot artltlccs and (Mehonott means.
such as inflaming tho passions of tbo ne
groes against the whites, croating on un-
natural distrust and prejudice, thereby
disturbing nnd destroying tho mutual
conlldenco and dependence tliat should
and would oxlst botweon tho negroes; but
for tbo malicious interference of those
carpet-buggers, thoso mon, I eay, nre not
recolvcd kindly, nor are theso much
abused pcoplo to bo blamed for ostracizing
that class of wicked interlopers.
The many outrages that aro roportod,
dissolve before a fair .tnd impartial inves
tigation Uko tho mist before tbo sun; and
those that do ronlly occur aro traceablo to
tbo mischievous teachings of designing
The murder of Hillings, In Suwptur
county, nbout which thoro bus boon so
much said in tho Northern press, Is now
confldontly beliovod to havo bcon perpo-
trated by tbo two nogroos who toitlflod
against the throo whito man, who wero
arrestod and carried to Mobile in chains,
and who, on their trial, proved a completo
alibi by many respectable witnesses, both
white and black, Somo very strong cir
cumstances connect tbum with tbo deed,
which will be rigidly worked up. And
yet this "outrsgo" has been circulated in
evory county In overy Northorn Stato,
whoro an olcctlon is lo takii placo this fall,
ns an nvldenco ot tho persecution visited
on Kopublicans by tbo ku-klux Democ
racy. It Is truo Billings whs murdered.
it Is ulio truo ho was a Bepubllcan; but
thoro aro gravo doubts In tho minds of ull
honest mon ns to wbothor ho ws kills.)
by Democrats or by iho two nrgro wit
nossos, at tho Investigation of soma white
Itsdlcali, who ara strongly suspoctod by
both Democrats and ltopubllcans, nnd not
wituout strong grounds.
Ivoy, a colored mail egont, was mur
dorod in Bumpier county whilo In tho dls
chargo of his duty; but who tho outlaws
wore that committed tho doed is unknown.
No clue, as yet, to tho perpetrators. It
may havoboen done by Democrats; or It
may have boon dono by somo rival one
m!os. Yot, notwithstanding tho uncor
talnty that veils this vilo deod, I sso that
It has been horaldod all ovor tbo North as
another ovldonce of ku-kluiiini and Dem
ocrats intimidation and murder.
The Domocratio pross of this city, and,
Indeed, of tbo wbolo State, nro outspoken
andssvorein its denunciation of these
two and all acts of lawlossnons wbateoovor.
Tho Montgomery Advortnor, tho ac
knowledged organ of tho Democratic
party of the Stato, has never failed to de-
nounco crime and lawlosinoss whorevor or
howevor committod; and has, In evory in
stance In which crime has been commit,
ted, whether negroes or whites wero ac
cused, called on tho Governor, In tho namo
of tho people, to use his power and author
ity to vlndlc&to the law.
Just hero let me stato that 1 am lr.
formod that, notwithstanding tho many
rsports of outrages in the State, the Gov
ernor has never, to Judge by Its acts, put
enough credonce in the reports to remain
at tils post at the capital. He bat been
absent from bore slnco tho last of August,
engaged In canvassing North Alabama,
ho having boon renominated for Governor
by tho convention hold In this city about
two monls ago.
To sum up the reported outragos that
havo boon so Industriously circulated
north, principally by tho colebrated lottor
writor, Charles Hsys. After a thorough
investigation, tho two murders, Billings
and Ivey, appear to b tho only stock In
trade. Proofs and atildavlts of respecta
ble and responsible citizens of both politi
cal parties havo shown all other reports
of outrages to bo base lies, manufactured
for political purposes, doubtless ucder
special instructions, As to lawlessness
and intimidation, let me toll you bw
mutters nro in this (Montgomery) county
I enntess 1 was never more aslonlibttd in
my lifu to find that, In a place where re
ports alleged crime and intimidation prac
ticed on tho loor negroes bv ku.klux
I Domocratr, tho nogroos and whllo Ko
publicans were the roal ku-klux and
Intlmldators. Tho Hepublicans havo
m.Jurlly of -1,600 In thii entity, and havo
n split In their party, with two tlckuli in
tho Hoi.'. Tho nnlmoslty oxiitlng Lo
tweon these two factions is far groator
than that between tho Honutilican and
Democratic party. Tho Democrats havo
no ticket out for county offices, as they
could not elect It, oron with a split in tho
ltspublican ranks. Thoy thoreforo hold
aloof and lot the negroos and their white
allies light It ont. And now tho scones
that almost dally occur between theso
ltadical factions aro so perfectly ridicu
lous and lawloc, that it Is nouossary to be
seon to bo botioved. I will givo two or
threo instances of Iho many of their
Tho two factions havo thoir muotlngs In
the different beats in the county, nearly
ovory night; and to show stroogth is
what they conceivo is necessary to win
tho negroe. Thoir tactics, therefore, aro
to break up each other's meetings, and in
tho faco of law, enforcement acts, or what
olso, they go resolutely to work. At Mt.
Moriab, a fow days ago. while ono faction
was holding n quiet mooting, a largo
number of tho opposing faction tuddonly
appoared an 1 charged thorn ; and after a
considerable flghl, tho attacking party
drove them otf and bocamo inastors of tbo
Still lator, about ten days ago, tho samo
faction tried the same game on the othor,
at Wilson's station, in this county. They
rnado the attack wbilo one of thu speakers
was on tho stand speaking, Thoy cursed
and Insulted tho opeakor In overy conclv
ablo way, and finally pulled down tho
stand from under him, when a gunora
uoleo ensued, resulting in one negro be
log instantly killed, and buck eyes,
smashed noses, &c, and a scattering gen
orally. Last night a meeting was an
nounced to tako placo at Old Elam, about
flvo mllos from tbo city, by one of th
wings. Shortly after the speaking com
menced tbey wore Interrupted as usual
a general fight commenced, a number
pistols 11 rod (negroes hero all go armed)
knives, bludgeons, Ac , wero freely used
No very sorious damage is roportod this
Knots of negroos can bo soen all over
tbo city somo curslog because their side
was whipped nut; others boasting what a
neat Job tbey mado of it. Both of thoso
factions of the Itebubllcan party aro com
poioa of nine-tenths nogrcos and one-tenth
white men (ofuco-seokers). Tbo large ma
Jorityofthe negroes are Ignorant, super
titious, full of prejudice, and predisposed
to idleness and lawlessness. The city Is
crowded with hundreds of them out
employment, but kept In town by tho can-
di dates until after tho election, when they
aro sent adrift to care for thoniselvei.
TOO wblle people, all of whom, except
tho nlllco-soekert, are Democrats, have
nothing to do with tbo disgusting political
squabble for county offices. They never
go about their mooting, but conduct
themselves in a quiet manner, attend
ing to different avx-tIons. There
has been at least ono hundred
clear violations of tbo enforcement acts
committod by tho ne'grocs and their whito
allies, in this county; but, of courso, it is
not in tho Badical tactics to let tho world
know about It, aud the Democrats, who
compose tho rospoctable portion of tbo
population, look upon tbo disgusting
scenes with such contempt that they will
havo nothing to do with them, not oven
to proiecuto. In fact, their sympathy is
with the dcludod negro; but the influonco
of tho scalawag and carpot-baggor ts so
groat that tho white man is powerloss to
qo mom any good, by Instruction or ad
No fair man, howover prejudiced he
may havo boon against tho South, can
como among its pooplo and seo for him-
sir, without bolng convinced that
i. ... .
iiiigiuy wrong Has boon neniied upon
thorn; and I further doolare that no honest
Northern man oan como horo and aflillalo
with tho Bonuhllcan nartv.
Tho Bopublican party In the South and
tho llopubllcan North, In all essential
principles, aro as dlfforcnl as day Is from
What I havo written is tho rosult of an
Impartial and unprejudiced view of affairs
as thoy aro soon whilo among them,
havo no political prejudice, and in my
hoart I havo a deep sympathy for tho
oppressed pooplo of tho South a sympa
thy engendered sinco I havo como among
them, and havo been an oyo wltnoss to tbo
wrongs and slandeis heaped upon them.
Unless a dltftront policy Is pursued by tbo
goneral government towards tho South, a
groat and powerful section of this country
will bo paralyzed and lost to us, with
sorious lots to our political power and
1 pray God that charity aud wisdom,
and not hatred and revenge, may guide
the government In I'.s future policy to
wards this fair, sunny land.
It. J. W.
Q Ell EUAL
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, tie.
KTTI will sell In car load lots at manulao
turers prices, adding freight.
COFFEY, nARIUBON & CO..
(Successors to D. llurd & Hon. I
ri.otiu tiKAirs an is is at.
Wo 63 Ohio Uvw, QAIKO. It.LH
Wood Rittonliouao & Bother
UENKIIAI. COMMIHHION MKiICUANT.
13,'i Ohio Levee, Cairo.
II. A. moms L. I). Thorn
THOMH & IJKOTHKH,
Hucoesorrs to 11. M.Uulen,
AND DBALKHS IN
tlsnpte nMrt I'cuor (Jrnrerlta,
foreign aud Domestic
134 Commercial Avenue,
OAIltO. . ILLINOIS
NEW YORK. UTOilK,
WHOLESALE AND HETAIL.
(.AariHUT VAB1ITT S TO I'M IB TUB 0
OOODBBOLD VKBY OLOSB.
toriirr of lnrru(ti Mrrt nutl tun.
O. O. I'ATIKI,
MILLER & PARKER,
FORWARDING MERCH S.
FLOUlt, COHN, OATS, UAY,&o.
Agents for l'airbauk Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON
(Successor to John II. Hilllis,)
FORWARD !NG MERCHANTS,
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powder Compint
COH. TENTH ST.& OHIOI.EVKE,
IJ .AYStHtt. Jt. J. AYSR
AYEIiS & CO.,
'KN BR ili COMMISSION MEROIIAN1
N 7" I.uvkb.OhipOaiho. Ir.r a
. Juration. T. Bird
STRATTON & BIRD
Agents American Powder Company
e7 ouio zxrjm. on no.
LIQUOH 1) E A L E It
No. GO Ohio Lovoe,
. ST. NICHOLAS
Hotel and Restauraunt
22 Commercial Avoiuic.
Two iloori not III of Cairo and YiiKccnet ltillroad
trusty watch kept night and day for
Trains and Steamboats.
thk m:sT or accomsiodatioss
for tranclcnt guests at
WO D O L L A It 8 PER DAY.
Cairo Box nnd Basket Co.
OF ALL KINDS, HARD AM) SOIT,
Keep constantly on hand
Mill and Y
Conner 04th Street
and Ohio Lovce.
Jobbers and Retailers of
Chemicnls, Potent Aledicincs,
Auiiuit, rucjfs, uriifgisi's I'ancv Uoous, (oilier White
Lead and Other Grades, Paints, "Colors, Oils, Varnish:"",
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Truo Color, J)vt
Stulls, Etc., Etc., Etc.
i. We.?0,.le,lf cwc'Pondeneo and orders from Druggist, Ihy!riaii and firntr l'irc
'..'.'Vi ,1' h'P.." ;,,.,fi' Mmb..at. I'Untatl.m and Ka.ntly Jlwilclno "a'c, I ,rn
iiivvi ui uiuiicu i, uii li'imiiiu ijnig ai uea'ona'jio jiatcn'
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, RETAIL & 1'KEICWPTION,
74 Ohio Leveo. Wii.-hliigtoti At p. ror. L'tenth St.
C .A. I IR, O .
A oi;nts wavild i:vi:itYn:m
toM'll tho new t and mot l.-iiitllii
niioK piiiiiitui'U i
THE FESTIVAL OF SONG
A LIIIBAUY of tho Choired Si.lcrtlnn
from am. Hie Gri letroiri ' lu ime vol
iinir, rrwuteiy lUUfitialeil li tliu uiit I
IileceB ol lenowiiKl palntora l'o-ltlvi'ly tti
lowest prlcrdiikdiiioHvlrgaut book ol th
hlnil. IliliiUrcdi ol oluiiicn In one! iir.il
10 r liroot and liberal tirni m A",i,i. ,,r
KiTiiEiiscx. V. A. Hi rciiixs a, A- Co.,l
vmwsui iii , ur a, loiiih, jiu.
e- LIVINGSTON S DEAD !
And the people everywhere aro mgrr to
mij uieiiDi' nii'iienuc.-inu uoinph-lo lii-tory
ui um i.i'i:, i.iiii r aim UCIIIII 1111 won.
drrful achiurmcnt anJ t It ri Mi c ir adieu.
tllrpA lllirirll? .11 tpfiru In thn ia .1.1 a r.l. -
and too great search and dlv ovcy hy thi
illuMraleil-only il W. Going lik wild re !
."imi: ITAAU.U wrlio inr tir
terms, or If In lias r to hog ri work, -end
f i.oo ror ouni AI.I.K V l'L'IIMS U.Vll Ci).
wnivago, in., or m 1.0111. Mu. ;ii:l.iu.7.m
HALL'S PATENT HUSKING GLOVES
Y7"EItV (iltEATLY IMI'BOVEO In lorm
01 mo enws, ami llie more coinietu
-UII.IIHI k ui inv jurii eiiiiipci in wear, iw
metal plate, Milking tli'iu wear rivi;
h.mes as i.oxn, und il . the w rk fattci uml
easier thu any other liii-l;cr. .Mm ol the
very nest cilr lnther. In our les. rlxht
ui, in, nniiucii, ouuiires seiu nrrpai I on
receipt ol price. Half glove-, lull
giov s, $ ro per pair l.llieml dlsrount in
'quantities. A your inerehmi, or adilrecs
ll.UU IlUSKlMi ui.ovi; CO .
i hlrago, Ills
is as effectual a remedy
FOR FEVER & AGUE
as tb Solphatc In tin lime dosrp, whllo It nfftrf
mm niwi irif , ! nan palatable ami muen cntaper.
Htoi for ilexrlnilTn circular with T,,ii,nnii.
vi jrnutttiani rroio an iarti or the country,
ty Himtilo IilikttCM tor Lrlll. : rrnti.
Prepared ty Iiil.I.I.VOB. ClulIT It CO., lluiutie,
imim .uriiii.K. uution. HUM.
$1,000 PEL! WBBK
CAN hii i mado by any smart man who can
keep hl bulne-s to hlm-elf. Address
m.iiiA, iioijnkcn, .v.. J.
A l.hh guaranteed to Male anil
rem.nu Agents In their locality.
Costs nothing to try II. I'lirtiru-
Mrsfrcv. 1' ,. VICKKItYCO
ISanpl. I 1M, will, I'ru-. Oil, niUM l. linr r.m'.
vainufii wnnri rttr. Tim Er,L
-.wLipyfrusivu,, tji C-tbiani iMW lurk
GENTS WANTED E,mK
iIU.Ut'Ul.li;. AM) THK I I.'OI'l. 1.
Kvurv (irniii-r ti-fnitu (t I Ij .rl.,i ....
uiiu Kriiiiiun. rtuuress, ior irrm, Ui, or
or .Mucatlne, Iowa.
eeson new Hues which wo mo iirnUhlng
with oporatorii, at suhiry irom ln to 8IIW
iiur iiiuiiiii, i-rnu ior rire.uiarB. Ai ilreSt
N. V. TULKOIIArjl INSTITUTE. .1.oI.
AND INSECT POWDER.
For Hots, Mlco, Itoachcs. Ants, lled-llugs,
J. V. HENItY, OL'IIItAN .t i 0
8 and 0 College Placo, Now York.
RoW. Wood & Qo
Fountains, Ya-e!;, AhIiiihIh. Iron Stairs,
Lamp l'osih, Stnhlo ritllng.i,
II H U UU1KS,
3AST. WROUGHT & WIRE RAILINGS
NKW and ISlltOVKl'I) Oil. lit fortheatres,
Concert and Lecture JIallri.
AdiI a Goneral Assortmant of Orua
moiital Iron Work
1 3 TVr CI o sir ins ill it r
SiBiriyELh AUOER AND
TJCSlTMOlfUti VROH OOVEILS'OM
OY i'WA, AJUCA5H.1S AJflyjArCOTJU
AX1) It ETA Hi
Perfumery, Soaps, Brulic,
J Q. HARMAN Sl CO
RjJEDJk.'JLj JE3T.A T3
"d Lind .Wentsol Iho Illinois Centrul an I
llurtlnjfoii and Mlwourl It, It C 2 ,
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lev.?,
C. WINSTON & CO,
Heal Estate Agents
71 Ohio Lkvi-.k, coiid Floor)
Uuy and .1 HEAL KSTATK, Vtiy 1 ,
' lushes AlMtracUol 'Iii:e.
33 XT "37 O 3E3C E3 ,
A111I Dealer In
K OlITII STIIKKT, MKT. AVA.IIIIKOro.V AND
CoMKl!IA Avk; uajuming Hani.y s
Keep 1 the best Uor,l'ork, Mutton, tea'
Lamb bansajre. etc, a il N pn.i.lred u
survo runilesln an aectptkbloiiuu'i-r
Coal and Wood Yard.
PITTSIJURft AND ILLINOIS
Kent cnnHiinlli' nn linml ul ll.c.i v.,,.,i
Commcro.iil awnuo, oyposlto llrufcs' Ilu I J-
Orders promnlly illlod, C'oul ami Wood
delivered lieu of chargo. leim Mil lly
"'il. Ol I-IU-0-.HI1
110 at NToitt:rt
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
Ku. 70 Ohio Lovce, (JAIltO, ILLS
B37"Spcclal atlcntloil eiven fn nnnalirn,
,M,ni, mimi mini;; uninrs.
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
3XTO. IIO OillcD iovo