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XOESnAl'i OOTOBliU 20, 1874.
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MYMriu-.c. .v.. kuvj U 00
Vemmtfic SUto Ticket.
'Kor Slito treasurer
- OpARLES CARROLL.
Tor Buperiatih'ilent ot Tfnbila inmrucUou
B. M. liTTEU.
For Congress Eighteenth District,
' ' WILLIAM JIAnTAKL.
Tor R0premnUtlriFlltlaUi .Viflrlet.
-VOUtTVAtif t!. Xi.ita.toaT,
, .CLAIttQIlNn WINSTON.
jPriUT Tho restoration ot gold and slUcr
ts thebaslsoJ. ttij currency! the resumption
ct iprjcle payments as toon as possible with
ut disaster to the business of the, country,
ty tteadtly' opposing' Inflation" and 1y tlio
I jsymcnt of .the national lndobtcdnoHt, In the
noney ot the civilized world.
Qceoxp Yrco commerce; cotatliTforany
tier purposo but revenue.
alply.ldiialjllj.cfty and opposition
to sumptuary laws.
FODBTU The right and duty of the
ItifeT'id protect 1U citizens from extortion j
and rUaJuiW discrimination by (chartered
Utgld rstrlctlon ot the ijovern
, Bient,b0th.8uto ani National, to the legit
tldat domain of political power by csclud
liig therefrom all executive and legislative
uiterncddllng- with the atTalm of oclety
hereby monopolies aro fostered, prlvll
igd chtXofi aggrandized, ,ud' lndlvldua
A-endom unnecessarily and opprcrnlvcly
The following Central Committee
Vis 'appointed by tho Republican con
fres&ional convention (that ; met a
Hound City, August 13, 1874 :
Alexander county, G. W. MeKealg ;
Jackson, llenj. ti. Wiley;
Johnson, A. J. A)don ;
Mtosao, Oonrj' Armstrong ;
Ferrv, ti. J. Parks;
Pop, II. V. Baker ;
l'uUtkl, Qeorgo V. Mortz, Sr.;
Kaadotph; B; K. Mcil asters' j
Union, It. 11 Htlnson ;
Williamson, Mtlo Erwln.
The following Control Committee
T.'as appointed by tho Jfcpublicau con
lenhoa of tho Fiftieth sonatorial dia
1 riot,. hold at Mound City, August lit
Alexander'county, 13. K. "Walbrldgo;
Jackson, Ezra B.l'ellott;
Union, X.H. Phillips.
At tbo Democratic coniucsMonal
lonrcntion, held at Anna, Soptcmbcr
15, 1874, tho following Central Com-
laitteo for the Eighteenth district was
" Kandolpb, Beverly Wiltshire;
Perry, B. B. Rusher;
Williamson, O. W. Ooddard j
Jabkson, O. W. Androws; '
Union, Hugh Androws;
Johnson, I; N.l'iorc'o;
.01aS40. J. W.Tbrifl;
U,1WD.B. Field ..
PulMkl, Obod Kdson ;
Aloxandtr, John II. Obnrly ;
At Largo, Judge F. Urois, Cairo.
The following cxeoutivo counnittco
Tor Union county was appointed by
the JUcmooratio county convention that
luet in Jonesboro, August 24, 1871
Judge il. O. Crawford ;
0. 11. Kroh ;
O. P. Ulll.
Tho lollowing Btato comnuttco was
appointed hy tho Democratic-Opposi
tion convention, nt Springfield, August
- Zjt;DistrIct, Egbert Jameson, Chicago
8d.Dlstrlct, Wui. .1. 0iuimn, Cbioo
3d District, F. II. O. Winton, Chicago
4th District, A. il. Harrington, (lenov.
6th District, Wm. Wright. Ifreeport.
Cih District, J. 8. Drake, Itock Island.
7th District, Uoo.'W. llavons, Cttawn.
,,PHV JDistrlct, 'Washington 11. Cool:,
Olh District Ohas. 1'. Klnc Voorla.
10th District, David 11. Uoad, Carthago.
ma iJiniioi, j. ai. uuiii, 1 iitsneiu.
Vih District. K. L. Merritt. BnrlnL-fleld
18th District, John A. Mallory.Uavana.
mu'jjiiincj, j. 11. iiusoy, Uhampali;n
16th District, K. O. Itoblnson, HlUng
16WDIlrlct, O. D. Hoilos, Greenville
JVtn District, w. it. ivromo, Kdwardi
I8th District, W. II. Qroen, Cairo.
I9th District, Jamoal'.itobinion.Olney.
At Large, N. B. Miller, Chicago.
At Large, K. W. Townaond, bhawneo-
' ' At Large, "Win. Brown, Jacksonville.
Mr. Brown waa elected chairman of
rTEo Jpllowing Central Committco
mik appointed by tho Democratio con
Yontion of Alexander county, at Cairo,
AuKtut 23, 1874:
Clear Creek, Tbomas J. ilcClure.
OotHOaUnd, O. Gwenloy.' '
Dog Tooth, N. fluosaeker.
llazlewood, James B. McCrite.
TKabas, J. O. Rolwing.
Santa Jfa, J. "VV. llonfrow.
Unllr, W. J. Mllford.
" MHalf,M B Ilarroll,
T W Ualllday and James Carroll.
Bouth Oalro, John U. Oossman, John
Rowley, Joba goga and Dr. D. Arter.
The followinf; Central Commutes
ya nppointcdby the DcniocrolicLib-
crnl convention that mot at Auoa,
September 1, 174 nnil tiomhiritcU
candidates tor ItojjcEislMuro iu Ukj
Fiftieth Senatorial J)istnct ;
Alexander, 11 1' Make, J O Lynch,
Ji'cl:o"riTl' Disbon, .losoph Outly.
Union, Oliver Hill, T 31 Forlno.
At Largo, T 1' liouton, of Union.
Tiik farmers of tlio 18tb congressional
tdtrtrt. tiinulJ units In tbe support of
William llarlr.all. Ho Is in full sympa
tic with them In all tlio woaiuroi of re
fnrm l.nv , mtmrmlsAn. Rtlll Will, 11
fnrm ttinv i mtamol&to. nllll Willi it
honored him with a direct nomination.
Tbo following braco of paragraph! wo
copy from ft papor published In tho county
where Mr. HarUell resldos:
"In tbe canvass for 18T3 Air. Haruon
wl nominated for theofflco ofjudgo In
Randolph county by iho fartnors' conven
Hon. but, owing to his business ro atlons
was cotnpeiioa ioubchhu m umi.,. ........
lln wiu brod and raised upon a farm,
nd from that station In life has atru g-
nlei from novorty to 11 modorato compe
tence, and to-day is recognised as an om-
inont inomiier 01 mo ur. iiiurougiu jn
fbtont In hl profession."
Ir Tnr. Democrats and Liberals of tho
OMn rlvor counties do their duly, Hon,
William Hartzoll will bo oloctod to con
grois by a majority cf from COO to 1,000
votes. Surolv wo havo, In tlio lato olca
linn. nv.Fi-ll.lnA . n mi 1 1 r1 IT" IK
f.n.l n.ri. lUndoifh county, nlone,
promhet to vrlpo out moro tbnn half Iho
majority glvon to Clemonts two years
ago, Brid throughout tho cntlro dlslrlot
tboro havo beon very decided Democratic
Liberal calm. Tho following paragraph
wo clip from tho Choster Clarion, pub
lished at tho county seal' of lUndolph
county: "Wo baro reason to think that
old lUndolph county will glvo Mr. Hart-
zcll over a thousand majority at the cleo
Hon iu Novembor. A protty thorough
canvass of tho county, coupled with tbo
assurances of observing gonllemon in all
parts of tho county, forcos upon us this
List of patents Isiuod from tho United
States I'atont UIDco to Illinois Inventors
for the week ondlng Soptember S9tb, A.
11, 1874. furnlsbod Tun Bullktim by II.
Csndoo, Solicitor of l'atont, Cairo,
Venoer callers, CoUiuibiij Munn, Cairo;
harvester rahors, Kilns lioncli, Chicago;
tonguosupporters for vohlclos, n O llrooho,
Oilman; seats for vehicle!, F l lemlng
Wyomlog; socd and grain drills, Asa
Cantorbury, Ulbson City; bungs nnd
vents, Edward .11 Crandal, Chicago; rail
way signals, 11 C Crosby, Chicago; soil
locks1 Austin l. lloUman, Ublcago; car
couplings, Jacob South, Chicago; troadlo
mechanisms for sowing machines, John
S cwalt. Jr.. Chlcnco; maeblnes for ro-
prosslng brick; Aaron H Stout, Sbawneo
town; car couplings, bolomon Daily,
Hondarson; car couplings, J Lovongutbi
Bloomlngton; harrows, Win S O lirlen;
Kovranec; pantaloon stays, ES Yontzor,
Ottawa; earth augers, John U Smilhi
W)! aro firmly of tho opinion ibat with
honest Joo Tiori) nt Ibo nortJi. and Min-
son at tlio south of tbo district, both
farmori, -Mr. Alusson tin Inc'cpandent
Democrat, and Lleutonunt Joo as Indu
pendent a Itenubllcan as ovor shouldered
a muskol, tho lawyers stand a slimmer
cbanco of ropresonting this district nt
Springfiold than tboy do of representing
It In licavon. Parson Luco.
If tho Parson's Idea of juatlco and fair-
dealing obtains In hcavon, lawyers nor
anybody elso will loio much by talking
tho opposito direction. Tbroo moir.hors ol
tho Loglslaturo from Union, onn from
Jackson, and lrom Alexander, with her
greater noods, ioe Iu a district ovors
wbelmlngly Democratic, tho Parson's fair-
play would olect two Itepubllcaus and ono
bolting Democrat l Happily tho pooplo
root aiHerontly Inclined. Tho conven
tions of tho two prominent parties havo
inadu a just distribution of tho candidates,
and tho people, being honest nnd fair
minded, will, on tho 3rd of Novotnbor,
ratify their work, by sending to tho Log
lslaturo Winston, (who by tho way, is not
a lawyor), Albright nnd Inscoro.
"LAfJKH IlKEi: Dl'TOH," AND DEM
Two years ago, whllo a majority of our
Gorman citizens remained idontilled with
the Republican party, tho nowspapors of
that party could icarcoly say enough In
exlollatlon of their patriotism, Industry
and sobriety. How that that element u(
our population diigustod by tho corrup
tion, hypocrisy and lawlessness of tho
lUdlcal party havo como over to tho
camp of the Democracy, tho samo nows
papors And it difll'ultto And torras sulll.
clently strong to expicss their nbburrenco
of tbo "boor.drlnklng Dutch."
cuo from tbo mere Influential Radical
Tho Carhondalo Observer, an nrdent
supporter of Mr. Clements, talcing Its
journals, thus accounts for tho recont Dcm
ocratlc vlctorlos in Ohio and Indiana:
"It neodi no oxtenslvo soarch," says tbo
Observer, "to And out tbo cause of those
victories. .Tho cntlro Herman element
almost oxcluslvoly Republican in othor
years, loft that party and stood squaroly
upon tho lagor beer aud whisky plo.nl: of
tbe Democratic pUtform. It Is not to bo
concealed that nlno-tonths of foreign born
citizens are unitol to defeat any man or
psrty, who will not assume the protectorate
of tbe right to dolugo the land with drunk'
onness, Kven tho law which gives to iho
majority of tho citizens of a town or city
the right to voto for or against tha sola o
Intoxicating drinks Is hy those advocates
offreeUgtr violently opposed."
It is to bo wondered al, somowbat, that
Radical odltors did not dltcovor tha "do-
baaing dopth" of dissipation among our
German population until they commenced,
almost lu u body, to voto tho Democratio
ticket. Aa lUpubltcans, they wore patri
otsthrifty and upright. As Domocrats,
they are drunkards, latlJelr and debau
chees I -
If Radical newspapers worn compelled
to speak tho truth, they would confess
'that there is less excessive drinking, less
absolute dissipation among our GerniAii
follow-cttlzons than atnotifj any other clasa
of pooplo In the country; Such U tho
uci, vmoiuor iiuicai nonr-poper -won
con foil or deny it.
WHAT THE DO, GAY,
A Mlisourl correspondent of tho Oar-
bondalo Obiorvor says that llvo of tho
Hhorltri of Bld'ddard County oloctod slnco
tWeleso of tho war defultod In slims
....in rmn SJ.OOo to J0.000. Four' of
thoflvo ovoii carnot-baggori. Tboio do
falcatlons the erection of n $90,000 court
housoi n (30,000 Jail, ect, formed a boavy
loids for tho tai payors ; wlileli but tor ro
cant ooonomtcal Lemooratlc rule. Would
hnvo proved unb6iirnblo.
Tho Susan Denln Dramatio ttoupo
cloied alosing encagomentin ill. Verntn,
In this Stata last week. Form Jit. , tbo
company wont to DuQuolii. Th troupo
is a talontod ono, nuJ deserves go
Tho Kashvillo (Washington county)
Damocrat speaVs thus of tho corn cropi
"Tho com cron In this county is almost
in fnilrn fftllurt!. Fitrmors who usually
hava large crib of corn tell us tboy will
hnvo hut i few bushels this aenon. Many
or them ura foudlng tholr wheat to tlio
boas In tbo placo of corn."
Tho Miirnhybor,J IniJopondont says 1
"The Jono.lioro Auvonnor. oiineii vy
a. M. DdUaboriy. formerly a JCopubllciin
papor nnd a strong supporter of Clements
and Malt foscore, bin, liko many othors,
discovered Us orror nnd ropontod, In
this campaign this papor Is bitter in do
nue!alton of Clements and Inscorc, and
will msko Its Induonco felt In battling for
HartMll. Winston and Albright. Tho
Advertiser rofltt tho sonllmonts of Gov
Douchprty and it Urge olemont of distf-
feuted lteimbllcuns: nnd the chancos aro
that lko and hit Civil lllgbts bill will
roeolvo but a very small vote in Union
Tbo Jonesboro Gizotto Is clamoring
for tho creation of a paper mill in Union
county. Among other good roaions it
rccltos tho following:
"Thoro Is abundance of clear water
which is oisonllnl to tho manufacture of
paper. Tberu would tbon bo 11 good do
rimml for straw, which now gnos to waito,
or is burned. Tho abundanco ot rags In
Southern Illinois, which aro now shipped
to at. Iiouis and Chicago, and pspar sent
in return, would be utixl noro. All our
business men pay out morn for frulght on
wrapping papnr than tho paper would
cost at a homo mill."
Tbo samo nowspapor very truthfully
"If our properly owners wish to sou our
town prosper, thoy must oncouraco and
build up manufactories. Wboro tboro aro
mills and manufactories, thoro aro no Idlo
pooplo on tbo street cornors, but lharo Is
plenty of work to kocp all classes, moo,
women and cuiluren, in employment. '
A tiiotul lesson, this, in a slnglo para
Sr.oaking of tho election of Mr. Geo.
Lounsberry, of Cilro, to tho position of
Grand JIastorof tho Grand Lodgo A. I.
and A. 21 , of Illinois, the Contralia Dom
"2Ir. lounsberry is a man of sterling
integrity, of excellent mnral character, of
blight Intellect, 01 great cnorgy, wun a
knowledge of tho workings of tho cruft
surpassed by fow, with 11 hand 1 pen al
wnys to charity, with a kind word for all,
surrounded by hosts of friends, wo eay tho
Grand Lodge has dona woll In its solution
of a Grand .Master for tho ensuing year."
The ilurphysboro papors Kra frag
ging over thron pumpkins that weighed,
rospoctlvoly, CO, 74 and TJ pounds. Mis
slsslpl county squashes beat that badly.
Mr. McOullon grow one, this year, (and
sent It to tho Momphts oxposltlon) thut
weighed 107 lbs. It w should glvo thu
woight or a pumpkin ratsnd by "Von
Rodney, within threo miles of Cairo, only
thoso who suw the pumpkin would believe
us. It was quite as largo as a llour barrol
and we'll flnish the story anyhow
Woigbod 101 lbs nnd 7 ounces. Incredu
lous parlies will receive confirmation of
this itJlomcnt, by asking Von.
Dr. W. ,1. Dal.ancoy, of Contratln, is
tho newly olocto.l Senior Grand Warden
ot tho Grand Lodgo of Illhio's MaBons.
Tho honor, it is said, whs woll doorved.
Wo loarn that agroat many emigrants
nro now moving out on tho lino or tho
Cairo and Fulton railroad Into Mistourl,
Arkansas and Texo, most of tbem being
from Kentucky nnd Tonnonoo. This road
travels n rich section of country from ono
ond to the othor, and wo understand tho
crops aro generally very lino along Us
A somowhat romnrkablo roligious re
vival recently closed In Columbus, Ky. ;
during which, ibu Dispatch says, there
wero H 2 confessions of laltb. Tlio mem
bership of tho dl'l'oienl churches was In
creased by 5:1 additions tho Baptists re
ceived 31; tho MothcdisU 16; Presby
terians 7. Kentucky is n prolliio toll for
Baptists and Domocrats.
l'orcolaln clay Is now being shipped,
nt u vory leavy oxponsc. from Union
county to tbo potterius of Now Jersey,
"Why, In tho namo ol sense, nro not ox
tonslvo potteries eroded In Jonesboro or
hotter yet, In Cairo? Tho saving in
freight alonu would furnish a ftlr return
upon tno investment.
A sldo track will ho laid down at a
a point six mllos abovo Jonesboro, on tbo
Cairo nnd St. Louis railroad, for the more
convenient loading and shipment of Kirk-
Patrick's pottery clay. Tho doposlts of
this clay, which is of tho bert quality yet
found In tho west, aro said to bo inox
hausttblo. Fourteen yoars ot uninterrupted Rad.
oal rule in Johnson county has led to a
confusion of affairs which nothing but con.
tinned Radical rulo could confound worso.
Recent investigation of tho publio rccoids
brought to light facts which havo dotor-
minod to "bring suit" (wo quoto from tho
Vienna Yeoman) "on tho bonds of A. J.
Gray, collector, for tho balance of rovonuo
duo the county for 1670, and for tbo
wholo revenue of Iho yoar 1872 with inter,
ost 1 and also to bring suit against B. S
Smith, ex-county clerk, for tbo sum shown
to be due the county, by tha amounts Ille
gally allowed and drawn by him, as
shown up in tho report of tbo inveellgnt
The Johnsonpuhty Hoard of Super-
viiorsfon't know;, but aro Inclined to be
IJoVojfibathorr 'follow tax-paysrs have
b'o?ff&rongedfn some manner by tbo
C. &' V. It. Hiv They havo opened corros
pOndonce with Judge A. D. Dub", an alio
chancery lawyor, aiking mm 10 investi
gate tbo legality of tbe Issue, nnd lo bring
suit or not, as, In his Judgment tho Inter-
oils of the county may require A John
son county has, in tbo construction and
operation of tbo road, bocn amply reim
bursed,, sbo will gain nothing either In
dollars or glory, 'by this appafont desiro
HINOUI.An IKCtDKMT ro.SMK(TH WITH
A privalolettor from Davenport, luv.11.
roculvcd In lloston contains tbo following:
Wo hnvo bson very auxtous too last
two weeks uvor tho lllnois of Bishop la,
which terminated in his death on balur-
day morning. Tho wholo community nru
eailuuncu by lus ovenl. aonio two moiiloa
ago ho got up in the night una took n
Villi, and on roturnlbg lo his room bo
mida u mliUko and supped off n long
ll'ght of stairs, nnd landed nt tho fout with
n tromend us crush, as ho wns voiy heavy,
weighing ovor 200 pounds. It aroused tbo
wholo family, and Mrs. Loo and CarrU
snmrn: trom ibeir bwii, nnd llchlini: onch
a candle, wont tu mo what had ha)penel,
and found tbo biihop Ijlng on 'r 'f
thountry. Ifw got up, buwovor, without
nlij, mid sncmnl tu hnvo recclvoU no
Injury nxcajil n rwr ilighi brulto, thuush
his right hand was a littlo lmo. - Air,
II. 11 nd inyiolf cntlcd On hliil two dnys
after, and wbilo tellini: Us tbo circum
stances ot tbo fall, bo mentioned this
jolncldnnco: Ho had a letter In his hand,
wmcn no una jusi received from his son 1
Henry, living at Kansas City. His son
wrotat "Aro you woll; for last night I
had a droam that trou bles me. I hnnrd a
craib, nnd, standing up, said to
my wlfot "Did you her lht
crash ,'' I dreimod that father bad
n fall and was dead. I cot up and lookud
at my watch, and It wis 2 o'clock; 1 could
not sleep nguin, so viyia was tlio uremi.'
And it mado him anxious tu bear from
homo. Tho bishop said ho was not supor
slltlous, but bo thought it rimarknblo
that Henry should havo had tbo dream nt
tho very hour of tho samo night that tbo
accident occurred, ibn uillorenco in tho
timo thero and here is just Qfleen rolnutot,
and it was 2:15 by his watcb, making it nt
tho samo moment. It was as.it ho had
actually heard tha fall. And the fall
unauy caused tuo oitnpps uoam. 111s
hand bccimn Intensely painful, nnd gnn
grnosotin, which, alter two wooki 01
suffutlng, terminated his life."
Cikcinkati has a curiosity of the (Jullp
variety in thu perron of a deaf mute print
er known i.s 'Dummy Davis." Tbo lick
of other sense was mdu up lu him by n
temper of raro brutality, and a dlipositimi
violent, vindictive ond Irresponsible, llo
has broken women's legs, mutilated chil
dren, inalmod moo, and established a rep
utation for ''ugliness" which found ox
presslon in the general boliof that ho
would yet kill a man. Ills otlenses havo
nlways boon lightly punisbod on account
of his natural ullllction. His father is ono
of tbo proprietors of tho Vionnu Circus,
now on exhibition nt Cincinnati. Davis
was allowed the fron run of tho place, and
on tho occasion which justified tbo pepu
lar expectation was In a bud humor, llo
was stirring up tbo monkoys in n cug",
when bis father ordered him to desist.
"Dummy D-ivis" refusing to obvy, a po
liceman was ordered lo eject him. Tho
otllcer endeavored lo do so, when Davis
shot him dead. Tho corpse lay in Iho
tont during tho performance, tbo'Dummy
coolv joining tbe audlenco In thu main
Amphitheater, wboro ho was nrrcs.oJ. It
is a curious fact, which moots tbn charge
against Dickens of o.iigi-erutlon in tbo
character of Quilp, ibat Duvis, with nil
hideous moral deformity, w.n married to
n very drcent ycung woman. l'ulaikl
NiailT 'Wobk. Tho standard authority
in sanitary and medical mattors, tbo Lon
don Lancet, declares thut work by night
need ba no moro injurious than work by
day, if kept within hours not cuitiilllnc
tuo rouumto period or sleep, and nurtubd
by a steady, wnlto and properly powerful
light. I'Mnt, flickering or too diffused
light produces irritation of tho brain
through tho oyo, and Is ono of tbo chief
sources of Injury to tho health in night
Col. C. "Winbton'h Hnuouncemont as a
candidal!) for representative of tho 0;h
district will bo found in iinother column
of this issue. The Colonel is well known
hb an able, honest and outspoken gentle
man, and Just such a man as is needed to
represent ibo COtb district, llo is bilterly
opposed to mixed schools uud tho civil
rights bill, and for that reason alone bo
should rocelvo a largo majority at tbo
Novembur oloclion. Annn Advertiser.
An old man in Now Ilampshlro, who
In his youth followed the trade of a tailor,
stuck a largn noedlo into Iho leg above tbo
kneo twonty-Qvo years ago. llo never ox
poriencod muih trouble, but always joked
about R. A low woks ai:o it camo to tho
surfaco and was taken out entire. But as
soon us tho atmospbero touched it It drop
pod to pieces, utid tho old man's burial
robo will bavo to be rasdo bv a machine
Tins is an itom noi to bo printed in
the tMinday.school hooks, A crowd of
bad boys wont batbinc in Skunk River,
Iow, on tho Sabbath day, and whllo tho
Rev. .lube. Lynno was reproving tbem
nnd vainly endeavoring to induce thorn lo
como out, a thutidor-slorm camo up and
uio ministor was killed by 11 Hash of light
ning. None of tho boys wore drowned.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
T0UNKY ft COUNSELOR AT LAW
Ofllleo Ovr r Klrtt ifatlonat Bank.
John il. Multtcy.
William C. Muikoy,
Ollllco: l.lRhtli strrct bctwjoii Commcr
tl.il nnd Washlncton avenues 6-11-tf.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW:
William II. tlrcen, 1
William 11. (iiibc 't, I
Miles K. Gilbert, '
git en to Admiralty
Mid Elcainbo.it business.
Ofllce ; Ohio Lever, Rooms ,7 nnd 8 ovo
-O; CLO5E, T
And Dealer Iu
Lime, Ccmont, i'lasler, Hnirf Ac.
;.' Ohio LEVEE.
J3TI will sell In car load lots at hiiuuIao
Hirers prices, adding freight.
OOVVBY, nARUlSON & CO..
(Huccoviors to D. Jlurd & Hon.)
sxni'u siitAirs akis hay.
Ho A3 Ohio I.vPfl. CA I BO, I LUS
Wood Rittonhouso & Bother
UKNKIIAI. COMMIHBIOH MKUCrtANT,
138 Ohio Lovce, Cairo.
II. A. Tlionm U D. 't'lioni.
TILOMS & BROTHKll,
HuooC'.okrn to II. M.liulei.,
'JOMMlSSfON MEliiJHANTS, III10K Kit
,Srit(t nnil 1'iiiirjr lux'rlr.
Torstgn and Dumestlu
IPTtlXTXTB -A.XTX X-TTT'Tc-
ISi Commercial Avonuo,
UAIKO, - ILLINOIS
NKW YOKK. UTOxlK,
WHOLK8ALK AND ItKTAlL.
txuuair VAaiarv stoos ih tub 0
OOODB SOLD VKHY OLOSH.
liirnrr ut Mlnrtrcutl. trrl nu,l S'm
C. O. I'ATIKII
MILLER. & i'ARKER.,
. Dillon lu
I'LOUlt, COKN. OATS, UAY.&e.
Agents for l'airhauk .Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
JOHN B. PHILLIS &SON
(Succeor to John II. lhllh,l
FORWARD 1NG MERCHANTS.
. . Dealers In
MKAL, BRAN, &c
AgenU for Laflia & Rand Powder Comrany.
OOlt. TKNTH ST. A OIIIOLRVKE.
D.AYKRS. E. J. AYKll
AYKKS & CO.,
? L O U" B
OENBKMs COMMISSION MRKOHAIST
NO 7M I,KVKK.OHIIltUlUO. 1I.IM
om mission Merchants,
AgcnUi American Powder Company
07 omo zBysR. outto.
R. SMYTH &. CO.
LIQUOR 1) E AL Elt
No. 00 Ohio Lcvco,
Hotel and Rostauraunt
122 Coiniiiovuittl Avonuo.
Two doors noitli of Cairo nnd Vlncerj.ci Ilallroail
WJI. "WKTZKI4 - - - - I'BOI'BIETOn
A. trusty watoh kept night and day for
xrains anu meamuoais.
THU I:ST 01' ACC0JDl01ATI08
for trancient guests at
TWO DOLL ARB PER DAY.
Cairo 13ox luul TJaslfot. Co.
,r - t ....
OF AM. Kl.NDfi,- IIAHU AND HOfT,
Keep constantly on Hand
FLOORING 81 DING, .jg
" ALSO, LATH,
Counor 84tli Strcot
and Ohio Lovce.
Mill and Yard
P UR E
Clieinicftls, I'atont Medicines,
'Joilctt Articles, Druggist s L'ancy (Joods, Collier White
Lead and Oilier Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax "Flower Material, True Colors, J)vo
Stuffs, Etc., Etc., Etc.
We Solicit corresnondence and order
In want or U001U In our Line. Htcainboat. l'lanutlun nod Kmnlly ilrdlclue cases turn
lulled or Hcllllcd with Hrllablo Drugs at ltcaonable ItaltiS-
WHOLESALE & KKTAIL. RETAIL & I'REiCKIPTION,
71 Ohio Lotcp. U'ufhiiigtoii Ave. cor. Eighth St.
OUSTS WA.N'tRD KVHItYWRttn
- tosdll tho newest and mint brilillfil
THE FESTIVAL OF SONG
A I.IIIRAltV of the Chnlrot fjetcctlons
from M.l. the (lretet I'ORTi In ono vol
ume, 1'rofiiiely Illustrated l lboimt.r-
llect nl renownrd unlnten l'otitlit'lv tin'
lowest priced uud niot elcvant book of tin
high, iiunureu 01 ommc in ono! eml
for proot and liberal terms to Agent of
KlTllEUkcx. P. A. JlflCIIINiK, .V Co.,
ChlcsK", HI , or SI. I,oi it-. Mo.
r LIVINGSTON IS DEAD !
And th dcoiiIb evervwhero aro eaL-er to
buy tbe only nu'lieutlcand cnmplcto lii'-lnry
of his 1.1 'c. I.ilur nnd Death bU won
derful nebli'trmcnli mil thrllliii'.' adun
tureH during 'V) )ear lo the uilds of A fries,
and the great search and dltcotery 1 tho
ilarlmrM.inle). Over 000 piges braiitilully
lllunratpd-only il M). Onlns like wild ire!
AiiliMi wami.u. vrilo lor rNtri
trim, nr IT l, l.u t lu,.,i ,-Arl ,!
$f.oo for uitil Vam.ky I'i iu.is um, Co.,
Cnlcago, III., or fit l.otili, Mo. 3l,VlU-7.lm
HALL'S PATENT HUSKING GLOVES
7EIlY OltKATI.Y IMIMtuVBO In imm
1 of the claws, nnd the moio comnletf
Kblcldii g of tho parta suliJoi't to wem, hv
metal plate, miikim; them wrnr I ivi:
timks A l.o.NO, and il i thu w irk f iter and
easier than any other hukcr. Maib- ot tho
very best call leather. In lour ries, light
nnf left Inudeil. Haninlei icut prrpal I on
receipt ot prlro. Half rIotp. .?l.'i"i; full
glovm, fiWpcr pur. hllicr.il discount In
Uiintiiic-(. asv vour in r.-h-ti 1, or nuurcM
JlAl.l, I1L .-IU.MI U I.I M l, I U ,
ts aa eirectuui a rcmeutr
FOR FEVER & AGUE
H the Sulphate In tha same dot-n, sshllo It affettt
lite neaa ittt, is mora lainuoio aim mucn tinnpir.
Bend for dtmlptlrs Circular with 7Vitlnoi(n's
0 J'is(rons lrom all iut of the eouulry.
IV" Simple riwktces fir trikl, ss rents.
Prrpitr.l l.y llll.l.IMIS. CI.Al'l' k CO., Alonu fit.
turlng Ctf mliu, llo-lon. Utu.
&POO PER .. WEEK
"IAN bo made by any smart man who
J Keep 111a lAfinc-K to intii).cii.
K. HKltMANy, Hobokcn, N.l.
V WKKIC L'liarantccd to JIal and
.-! .1.. A I.. tl.ol. l...t-1l,V
. VIII III! ..VII," II. .IJI. I,VI.II,.
Cot.1 nnthlnj; to try It. l'nrtieii
larnfrcc. I'. O. VK'KKKYJtCO..
IS4tal. Iw-b.i, Mftb l'rlr.lJtt,,SAlUararnilrntLl
Rltal CaUt.1 vltlimit rli.rifc Thi kivu.1
BeurmciLY ISCHLSXIIhl KASUIlcLUtUilt.
MtCMitflpirussuu, III uiwj.iy, J,w .,s
GENTS WANTED (ttiKS
MONOI'OI.IIW AND TIIK IMiOl'l.K
i Kverv Orumrer waiita It. it Ik nrl'Mn.-i
and Cfiinliie. Address, for terms, C'O.Ol'
Kit ATI VK ri'll. CO., Cincinnati, St. Louis
or .Mum-atlne, lown.
VOITMP At WiVT "WaistesI to laarn tele
luUllU llll!l KraphlntT, and tub colli.
cri on now line which wo urn llirnlshln
wun oporaiorc ntKalitry lrom ?00 to fliw
por mnntli, Hend for plrctilarH. Addrom
N. W.TKIXOItAl'il INSTITUTi:, .loiif
1 COSTAIl EXTERMINATORS
AND INSECT POWDER.
For Hats, Mice, Itoacbc', Ants, lluil-JJtigK,
J. V. IIK.VltV, CTltltAN' it CO..
8 and 0 College l'laco, New York.
EoU. Wood & Co
Founinliig, Vit'cs, AnlmnlH. IronSlnlrs,
Lnmp I'imIc, Slable Fitting J
HAST. WKOUOHT WIRE RAILINGS
NKW and IMItO VKl'O OlIAltt fortheatres,
Concert and LecturoJIalls.
Aud 11 Geuoral Ansortmeut of Orna
liieutal Iron Work
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M, D,
HE8IDENOK-'o. 21, Thirteenth street,
between Washlnirton nvpima uud Walnut
street. Ofllce I-fiUouiiueiclal atciiuo, un
PUIT 11!) DSL
1'crfumery, Soups, Urushca,
from Dmrclst. l'hvslclans ami flinirsl Slnr,,.
J. Q. HARM AN &. CO
JEirlDj&JL, ESTA TB
- HOUSE AGENT,
ndJ.'ind AircnUot the Illinois Central and
llurllnstun nnd .Ml-wurl it. It. Con.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lcvco,
C. WINSTON & CO,
71 O1110 JjKvek, 'Second Tloor,)
Iluy and 'ell IlKAI. IHTATK
Furnishes Abstracts of T
And Dealer in
K'OIitii Kthkrt, jikt. Wahiiikhton as
C'oMiiK&ciAL, Avr,' aojuining Hnnj s
Jveeiis Hie licit lifiif. 1'nrL- Mnttnn rui
I. nihil. Saiisaire. etc.. a l U
surto ninileln an acceptable miniier.
Goal and Wood Yard.
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
STOV E WOOD
hopt constantly on hand nt Hoss'Yiinl,
Commercial ru'HUC, oppoiitu Hrobs' Ilulld
Injr. Ordcin iromplly tlllod, Coal and Wood
dollverod ireu of I'harjre. 'I'erm mitrletly
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer in
No. 7(1 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, IILS
JGTSpecIal attontlon given to consign
ments ami tllllna orders. 11-2 ti
v UBALKll IN
Groceries, Provisions,, Etc.,
3NTo. IIO Oliio Iievo