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Democratic State Ticket.
For State Treasurer
lor Bapttitklchdcht ot Public Initructlon
S. M. ETTEH.
For CongrcM Eighteenth District,
JTor BprtnUiUrmfnitlelU dttrlct,
FOUNTAIN E. ALBItlGHT,
Vast The restoration of gold and illvor
the bU6i the currency; the resumption
el specie parmontj as aoon as posslblo with
out disaster to the busmen of the country.
by teadll'y opposing inflation and by the
payment of the naUoa.al indebtedness Id tho
Money ot the civilized world.
ttacom Free commerce; rno tiiriffforany
tterpuipoM but revenue.
'"THIJU Individual liberty and opposition
to sumptuary latva. ,
Fourth The right and duty of the
Utile to protect It citizen from extortion
mid nnjuet discrimination by chartered
Firm Rigid restriction ol the covern
jmvat, both State and National, to tho legit
imate domain of political power by cxelud
lug therefrom all executive and legislative
In terse ddling with tho affair or Society
whereby monopolies are foetercd, privll
edged ctMts aggrandized, aud indlvldua
freedom unnecessarily and opprcudvcly
The following Control Committee
Uns appointed by tho'Eopublican con-
gT8ionl convention that met a
Mound City, August 13, 1874 :
Alexander county, G. W. McKealg :
Jackson, BeoJ. 1j. Wiley;
Johnson, A. J, Aldon ;
Kusae, Henry Armstrong :
Perry, 8. J. Parks;
Pop, U. 1). Baker ;
PoImWI, George W. Mertz, Sr.;
Bandolph, D. H. MoMasters;
Union, It. B Btlnson ;
'Williamson, Mllo Hrwin.
Tie following Central Committco
waj appointed by tho llepublican con
Ythtton of ihe Fiftieth ecnatorial dis
trict, held at Mound City, August 18
Alexander county, E. E. "Walbridgo;
Jackson, Ezra B.Pallett;
"Union, T. H. Phillips.
At the Demooratio concrossional
onvantion, held at Anna, September
2, 1874, the following Central Cora
xnitteo for tho Eighteenth district was
Appointed : '
Jtandolpb, Beverly Viltshlre;
Perry, E. B. ituabcr;
Williamson, G. W. Goddard ;
Jackson, G. W. Andrews ;
Union, Hugh Andrews;
jonnson, I. n. X'lerce;
JCusae, J. W. Thrift:
" Pope, D. B. Field ;
Pnlaski, Obed Edson ;
Alexander, John U. Uberly ;
At Large, Judge F. Brots, Cairo.
Tho following excoutive committee
for Union county was appointed by
the' Demooratio county convention that
set in Jonesboro, August 24, 1874 :
Judge M. O. Crawford ;
U. U. Krob t
O. P. Uill.
The Jollowing Stato committee was
ar.pointcd by tho Demooratie-Opposi-tion
convention, at SpriugCold, August
1st District, Egbert Jameson, Chicago
2dT3lstrlct, "Win. J.Onahau, Chicago
3d District. V. XL O. Wlnton. Chicago
4th. District, A. M.Harrlncton,aeneva.
6tb.-Dlsltlot.Wm. Wrleht. FrnoDort.
Clh DUtrlct, J. a. Drako, ltocV Island.
ut iw uuinn, uo. y. Jiavena, UUawa,
-8tU District, Washington E. Cook
.Oth District Oka. P. Klnc. Poorla.
10th District, David E. Head, Oarthaco.
j. iu. uusn, i uitiiulU.
lath District, E, Ii, Alerrltt.SnrlnLrnM
18th District, John A. Mallory.Havana,
ma uisinci, j. u. iJusny, Uhampalcn
- Mth District, N. O. P ' tson. EQlug
16th District, O. D. IToiIei, Greenville.
. win District, W. ii. jsrome, Edwards
18th District, W. H. Green, Cairo.
10th District, JamosP.ilobinson.Olney.
At Large, N. B. Miller, Chicago.
At Large, B. W. Townsend, bbawneo
town. Mt Large, Wm. Brown, Jacksonville
Mr. Hrown was elected chairman of
Tho following Central Committco
waa appointed by tho Democratic con
Ytntion of Alexander county, at Cairo,
Aurtut 23, 1874:
Oloar Creek, Thomas J. McClure.
, Gooaa Ialaad, O. Greenley.
Dog Tootb, N. Uunaacker.
Hazlewood, Jamea E. McCrito.
Thebft, J, Q. Rolling.
flanta Fe, J. W. RenfFow.
Horth Oalw; .1 H 'Mettalf,M It Uarrell.
T W HalIIU7'iKl Jam Carroll. '
tSouth .Cairo, John U. Gotsman, John
MowUy, John )Hognnd Dr. D. Arter.
The following Central Committee
. . . t i r it- 1 !l.
September 4, 1874, and nominated
candidates for tbo legislature! in the
Fiftieth Senatorial District :
Alexander, 11 F Make, J O Lynch.
Jackson. V Dlilion, .loieph Cully.
Union, Oliver Hill, T 11 Forlne.
At Largo, T F Houton, of Union.
Dak a, tho odllor, refutes to bocoma
Dns, the mayor.
The Gallatin Uar.etio l builly cngagtd
nailing lies T t soams to llko the butlnoii.
lln. Isaac Ulimkntr votod for
Hurlbut modified salary grab law,
Air. (Moments or hit frionds daro to deny
Tub glorlotit Domooratio vlclonoi In
Ohio and Indiana have encouraged tho
oppoiitlon everywhere, and deproned the
The Republican party in Southern 1111-
noli ii a machine, to keep Munn and hit
relative! and Pop) nnd hU relatives In
Federal offices. Wo shall clvo n Hit of
tho teat tuggerr.
Tiik Uarml Timet aaya the atiertlon ot
a Farmer organ that IUum and Marshall
rofuae to abuto each othor end both abuio
Anderton, Is an "unvarnished He.1
Probably It la an oiled walnut lie.
M n. Jmaao cji,uh kt ha jiromlfcd his
parsfitent Krputllcan fronds that ho will
vole for tho civil rlghta bill, and hat made
pledgos to Domocratt that ho will vote
against It. Ware he or his frionds deny
tho truth of this cbargo?
Tim Gallatin Gaxotto announcoa a
Demooralia barboeuo at Equality, October
27, and says : "At this grand and lmpot
ing occasion, Egypt' favorite orator, Joth
Allen, will apeak; alio that true and tried
representative, John M Orobs,"
Tiik Hun says Mr. Ciumvnta dolcated
Gen. J. Ulackburn Jones In a dlscutslon
at farbondalo last Saturday night. This
is prima facia a whopping lie. Jones can
put Clcmcnta over bis knoe ort'.orlcHlly
and "amack" him.
Mn. Lvaii, of tho Tazwnll lUpubllcan.
wna in the city a few days ago. Ho
broueht wlthhlm tbo Kepublican corrup.
tlon fund" that ia to bo used in this con
grestional district. It is" now in tho bands
of Mr. Pope who wilfuie It with much
Mr. Isiao Clkmenys mndo n ''bargain
and talo" wllh Munn and Popo, bo agree
ing to koop McKealg in the postofflet and
McKcaig agroolnc to keap Munn and
Pope's rolatlvee in clorkablpa, provided
Munn and Popo would allow him to go
back to congrcaa. Who denies tbit ?
Only a few day romaln in which to
labor for the election of the Opposition
ucKei. yb meroiore urgo upon our
fdenda in the city and country the neces
ally cfuoing to work immediately for tho
Statu and congressional tickets. 'Thoy
should urge upon Ibelr nolghborj tho fin
portanco or" going to tbo polls on election
day and voting for Carroll, Ettor and
Tub DetnooraU and Liberals of this
congressional dlitrlct should not bo weary
of woll.doing. From this until oloctlon
day thoy ebould labor with onergy to do-
Mat momenta, tho Radical candidata for
congresa. If tbo Domocrata and Llberala
do their whole duty the Democrats and
Llberala will havo a majority in the next
congrcSK. Tbero Is no doubt about this;
and thereforo tho Democrats and Liber-
alt of this congressional district should be
wldo awoko. Get up, boys; lake off your
coata and roll up your aloevca.
From evory part of thla district wo have
atoly received the most cheering assur
ances that Mr. Clements and bia Cairo
pottoEco ring of tax-eators and ballot-box
managors, will receive tho condemnation
of the public at tbo approaching election.
In tbe Ohio river countios whore Mr.
Clements has boon uting his "dog spooch"
secure votos, Mr. Uartzall will make
largo gains if our Information is not alto
gether untrustworthy. His visit to those
counties has bad tho iffoct of arousing his
friends Into activity, and many Republi
can bavo openly declared in bla favor.
Thia it not n surprising fact. Tboto
who know both Mr. Clomonte and Mr.
Uarlzoll aro aware that tbo Republican
candidato ia in no respect the equal of tho
Democratic-Liberal candidato. Aa an
orator Mr. Clementa la trilling and Irrele
vant, wmio Jlr llartr.au Is Bol d and
ataternauUku. The one baa beon a fallum
In Congress; thu olbor would ba a renro
sentatlvo his constituents would bo proud
of. Wherover tbo two have appoared, tho
Republican candidato has lost ground; and
we navo no uoubt the retult of tho election
will convince blm end bis friends that tho
people aro tired of hit kind of politicians
rurfiB HHAHUU FOR A UAADI
A few weoka ago, tho friouda of Mr,
Clementa wero confident of hit election
but within tbo lest fow daya thoy havo bo
eoma alarmed and aro now nervously ask
log : "What can wo do to prevent tho de
real cT our ticket?" Thla question hai
givon to tho Cairo postofilco ring much
uneasiness, and It atill agitating it. It has
made Mr. Pope very deslroua of obtaining
a candidato for thorlff, not for tbe parpose
of electing him In tbo place of Mr. Irvln,
but ao that in thla way a greater number
of tbe frionds of Mr, Clementa may bo
Induced to go to tbe polla on eloctlon day.
In punuance of thia programme Mr. Pope
applied to Mr. Petnr Saup, tbe gentleman
who waa sacrificed by hia Republican
friends two yeera .R0, nd aolloltod him
to become a candidal. for tbe ahrlevalty
Mr. Saup. has been a Republican for many
yeara, and baa alio been a government
offiolal, but notwltbttandlng Is not a vary
devout gentleman. Indeed, tie oftn I a
little profane. On this occasion he waa,
aud told Mr. 1'ope to go to h .). 'i'h('
was appoiniCUDJ iuu AGmucrauouiu
crnl oonvcntion that mot at Anna,
wai very wrong in Mr. Baup, and Mr.
Popo loft him in doipatr. IIo then made
application ta Jlr. ltoliert W. Millor, do
airing him to atand in opposition to Mr.
Irvln. Mr, Miller Is novor rude, and on
thli occasion proiervod his (equanimity,
lie remarked t "You must lako tne for n
fool to boliavo I would upend my monoy
nnd titno tn play running for sheriff, to
that Clements might get a few extra
voles." Tho report that Mr. Millor usod
what is vulgarly called cuss words in this
conversation with Mr. l'opo has no found
ation in fact,
Having fallad In hit search fore respect,
nl.tn r.n.llitl.tn ninoni! thil white Rmubll-
cans, be is now seoklng for one among his
colored boys. He has consulted Mr. Bird,
and Learned on Mr. Qladney ; ho has taken
Warren Wlmms by tho button hole nod
has consulted with the oloquont occupants
of tbo colored pulpite. And yet be it not
happy. Ho has found no person willing
tn sacrifice btmsolf as a candidata forshor-
iff so that Mr. Clomontt may profit by tbo
offering. Novcrtholets ho It n persistent
gentloman, and as the Munn family and
Mr. Pope a relatlvoa must walk the plank
out of official lift), if Mr. ClemonU Is de-
foHltd, it is probablo he may yet induco
tomo person tobecomo his candidato fur tho
oQclal sheet ot Hamilton Irvln, and thus
coax out a taw indolent voters to rati their
ballots for tho rlriir ondMtoforconiren
His War on tho Germans.
Mr. ClemonU, fearing tbo desertion of
tho Germana from tbo ranks of tho Re
publican party, by tbe convention that
nominated him declared that ho waa op
posed to interference by law wllh tho
habits, tastes or ctittomi of Individuals
of Germans or citizens of any other coun
try rcsldont in the United States. Ho
was Trilling to say to tho Germans: "If
you will voto with the Republican parly,
and keop it and mo in ofllco, wo will ro.
peal all laws the object of which it to
repress tho snlo of intoxicating drinks;
wo will pormit you to indulga in your
boor and bavo your gardens open on Sun
day, and indulga in music and amusements
on that day." Ho was willing to do all
this If tho Gormans would contlnuo to
voto for blm; und tbe good Method 1st
brothor and sitter, tomporanco people in
profession, chuckled, and declared Mr.
Clements to be a vory tklllul politician,
thank tbo lord ; and the Presbyterian
and Baptist brother and sister, also pro
fessed haters of Hquir nnd respecters ol
tbe Sabbath, rubbed their hands togotbor
and doslared that "Dear ltaao waa ao
cunnln'g-ab." But tho Germans refuted
to bo purcbaaed by auch promlsea, and
in tho late olection voted againtt tho
canting hypocrites of Ropubltcanltm.
Acgorod at this rebellious conduct, and
fooling assured that ho could not get tbo
German vote and might lose tho volet of
the fow con'sctontluus tomporanco Repub
licans, Mr. Clemoals, as soon as be heard
tho result of tbo Ohio and Indiana elec
tions, swore n Ifttlo in hit qnlot way and
d d tho Dutch. Hit homo organ, odlted
by Parson Luce, immediately declared
that "tbe entire German clement, nlmost
exclusively Republican in former years,
has loft that party and nuw stands tquaro
ly on the lagoi beer and wbltky plank of
tbe Domoeratio party. It it not to be ilc
nied," adds Mr. Clement's fiume organ
"that nnc-tcnth oj foreign born elthtni
arc unU'd to drfcat ant man r party that
will not nssiime the protectorate of the
right to deluge the land with dnatkennits,'1
Mr. Clementa knowa very well, and bit
homo editor, Parson Luce, knows alto,
that ho and tho Republican party at
tempted to conclliato Mr. Hotlug by plac
ing in the Republican platform a frco
lager and anti-Sunday plank; and now,
becauso the Gormans bavo refused the
Insulting bribo, ho nnd his parson-editor
mako tbo sweoplng cbargo that nlno
tentbs of all tbo forolgnors in tbo country
are anxious to delugo tho land with drunk
enness This is an insulting falsehood;
and Mr. Clements and hia parson-editor
know it to be n falaobood. These
hypocritical toinpersnco Re-publicans de
nounco drunkonnoss In any candidato of
tbo opposition party, but thoy will voto
for the greatest tot on tbo Republican
ticket in profnrenco to u toetotallor on tho
Democratic ticket. Thoy denounce tho
Germana who do not vote with them na
beer-guziilers, and the Irish who oppeso
them at whisky-soaks, but tbo Gormans
and Irish who vote with them aro estima
bio citizens, They aro absolutely very
contemptiblo nuisances. They havo nut
tbe courago to stand by thoir principles,
and every ono of thoiu will voto for Mr.
Clements in tho faco ot tho fact thut ho
triad to purchase tho foreign vote of this
district by gelling on to a lagor brier and
antl-Sunday platform, which bo has now
kicked ovor, bocause, at Pnnou Luce in
directly exprotses it, "thu d 1 Dutch
h&vo gone back on tbe Republican party."
Ball at Uokcuiian's. Those who aro
wont to trip tho too fantaslio will bo glad
to learn that P. II. Corcoran, of Thirty
fourth street houie, will nlve unothor of
his popular balls on Wodnosday evening
next, '.'1st Inst., whon bo will bo glad to
wolcomo bit friends from nil parts of tbo
city. Good music, good fooling will bo
tho order ol tho ovonlng, and Corcoran
hopcn that bis friends will bo thoro In
force to onjoy tbe promlsod festivities.
It. Jokes, fashionable bootniukor, ha
moved into bis new bouso noxt to his old
stand on Commercial avenue, and assures
his frionds that be la hotter than ovor pro
pared to satisfy them in tho stylo, atoek,
fit, etc., of thoir boots and shoes. An evi
dence of his ublllty to satisfy overybody,
may bo aeon in tbo fact that he ia crowded
with work, and baa been compelled to em
ploy three more first-class workmen. Ho
manufactures every atylo of boots or aboea
and utca only tho bott of tuatorial in nil
cases, whether making a cow-hldo shoe
or a pair ofthellneat Fronoh calf boots.
Give him n trial. Satisfaction is guaran
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, I'laatcr, Hair, ko.
I3TI will sell In far load lots at manufao.
lurera price'! adillng frelhU
COFl'EY, IIAKHISON & CO.,
(MiccofMH to D. tlurd A Bon.)
rMM'u.miAin ami hat.
No 0.1 Old,, Lavoo, OA I IiO, ILLS
Wood Rittonliouao & Bother
GeNF.IIAI. COMillHSIOM MtltlOUANT,
133 Ohio Lovec, Cairo.
It. A. Thotna l. I). Thouii
THUMB ti UKOTHEll,
Hucoetosra lu ii, M.llUlec,
COMMISSION MlWAlAim, HItOKKH
A.1D UKAI.nllB vs
itnjilr nnit I'mmy Orororlra,
iTorelKn and Domestlu
18i Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS
WHOLKSALU AND RETAIL.
lAunxtr YAiTr stock ib inn o
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Iflfitfr of XflnotMUtti ntrraa nn1 ( tin.
C. O. PAT1KU
MILLER & PARKER,
FORWARDING MERCH S.
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY,&o.
Agents for Fairbank Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Successor to John 11. l'hlllis,)
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS.
MEAL, BRAN, ic.
Agents for Laflin & Rrnd Powder Company.
OOR. TENTH ST. A OIHOLKVRB.
i) .Arams. n. j. aykk
AYERS & CO.,
OKNEB &.L COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 7H f,v,OnioOAio. Illo,
STRATTON &. BIRD
Agents American Powder Company
ar oiio zxrxA'. ouno.
R. SMYTH & CO.
LI(UOH DEAL Ell
No. (JO Ohio Loveo,
Hotel and Restauraunt
122 Commercial Avenue.
Two doort north of Cairo and Vlnccnnn lUllroad
WM. -WETZEL - - - - I'liontiKTon
A trusty vratoh kept nifibt and day for
Trains and steamboats.
TIIK BUST OF ACC01IMODATIOKS
for trancicnt guests at
TWO DOLLAR8 1' K It DAl,
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
OP AM. KINDS, HARD AND OIT,
Keep constantly on band
Mill and Yard 1 Connor 84tU 8lroot
' i ami Oliio Levee.
SAMUEL P. VVHEELER
TOttNEY COUNSdOlt AT &tt
Offllio O (cr Klrct National riahic.- fclMm
John II. Mulder. William C. MiilUcy.
MULKEY & SON,
iVTTOPEYS AT LAW
OIHIcP! -r.lRbtli street beiwscu Coininer
clal and 'alilnglon rvenuoa" Mt-tf.
GREEN & GILBERT,
GOUMSELORS AT LAW,
U'lllliim It. Ollberi. OA lltO, i.M.S.
Slllcs V. (illbcrt,
l3T".iccliil ntt 'niton given ti Admiralty
Hid Stcacir Oat bllfflnes'.
OlUce,i0blo t.evec, Ronmi .7 audS oc
Citr National Hank
MUM WORM SYRUP
AlirnvcmriiiiiiJVMUIi'rpaln, when millet o
upon himself, hcrolca!!)'; but bo
CANNOT SKK HIS CII1M) SUFFKU
Tbcro In bo other malady, Inrldcnt to child-
uunu. luai ik nccomiianieii nv mnrn mile
fcrlbablo writ. hcducM oftho little kitlfjrcr
PRODUCED BY WORMS;
and when thenarrnt lullv iinitnrnl.inilo tlin
situation ho will not delay n moment in c-
riinnf uio inoM prompt iinil clllclent rcmc
II en to Iniure theo.xpulMnnol the Inlnidtrii.
I no reinciiy may lie loiiuu in
I)R. ROGERS' VEOKTARLK WORM
ricau bear In mind thai
ROLRItS' WORM gYRri'
it tho rellablu preparation
KOUi;itS' WORM SYRUr
ii a papri'paratton. palito
is the liked by children
ROORItS' WORM SYRCl'
pf)lilvel destroys mumi.
RORKttS WORM SYRUr
leaves mi bad effect".
JtOCKHS' WORM SYRUP
h blshlr reroininuntlcd bv nbvUlcl.inr and
In iinquotioiubly tho bet worm mcdlcliio
in uio woriu.
I'rlco 25 centi. Tor salo by all i!rnlLn.
john r. iiK.Nitv, ocitn.of co.,
8 ana 9 Collide Place, New Y'ork.
PITS CUEED FIIEE
Anv nrrinn iiirtirln(? from tlm nlinvn ill.
rate U requested to udU:eI;it, Thick, and
a trial bottle ol medicine will bo forwarded
bv oxnreNs. FIIK-CI
Dr. l'rlce laa iCKUlar phynlclan, and has
uvuiu tne ircatinent oi
FITS OR El'ILKl'SY
, bfiil. f.i yaip.. nnrl hm will Wftrratlt n
;uro, by tbo isc of hii remedy.
Do i,ot fall to send to blm tor trial bottle;
I cotn nothliiir, and ho
IV ILL (ItTUi: TO If,
io matter of li"v lonj; BtanUliiK your cae
nay be. or bow many othe. remedies moy
Circulars and testimonials ent vrlth
FRKE TRIAL IJOITLH.
K. CIIAS. T. PRICK,
THE CAIRO OJTY
Are prepared to supply customera
I with tbo bout
i.eavi: onuens at
jtarilaUlday llro.'e ofllco, Xo. "0
Ohio l.cvcc; I
83r At Etryi'tlan mills; or
jQTAt tbo coal dump, foot ol
Mi Inducements io Lir;5 Consumer
To tbe Editor of Tiik Rui.lktin:
Estukmi.!) Fii:ni): You ivlllpleaijo in
form your readers that I bare a positive
CUBE FOB CONSUMPTION
and all disorders ol the Throat and Lung,
and that, by iu use In iny practleo, I have
surcd Imudrcds of cases, and will givu
or a case- R will not benefit. Indeed, so
tron lit my faith, 1 wll noiul a Sami-mj,
rm:K, to any MillVrer addrctliiir mo.
Please show tbU letter to any ono you mny
tnowwlio In suffering from tboto dlsouioii,
nd oblige, Kalthlully Yourn,
DR. T. F. BUflT,
Do William HI. Ni n V
7.. 1). Jlatbuss i:. U. Up
MATHU8S & UHL,
Korwardlut; ,t Ocnenii
' Healers Jn -r1
J?LOUR,. GRAIN, HAY AND,
Chemicals, Patent Metlicinos.
toiieib ivrueii'9, uniggist a Pancy Uootla, Collier Wliito
i Lead and Otlior Grades, 3'aints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Trbo Ojlors, Dye
villus, J.-.IC., lite., Jitc.
Wo Solicit correspondence and orders
lnw.intnr f Inmlii In nnr I.Imi. t.....i...l..n,
Idled or Rellllcd wills Rellabio Oru; at Reasonable Jlatoa
WHOLESALE & KETAIL,
'l Ohio I.oicr.
A (illNTS W A. VIED EVj;itYWi;itE
t.ll the nonttand roost lieaulifu
iHXlk pIllllUlll ll :
TJIJO FESTIVAL OF SONG
A l.HIItAltY of the L'linlrest Sclectlona
from all the QraMert POET'd In ono vol
ume, Profusely Illutrated by tho mtr
pieces ol renowned palntcM I'o.lthi lv the
loivcit jiricnl and lnot elciint book u' Hi"
kind. lIundreiN ol oliiine In one ! .'end
for prool and liberal lorma to Auitntu of
KITHUIltex. I'. A. lltlcill.Nj.v, A Co.,
Chicago, 111., or St. I.uiiU, Mo.
vsr LIVINGSTON Is DEAD !
And tho (teopla ever; where arocazcrto
buy the only uu'bcntlraiid comptclo hlitory
or hU 1.1 'c. I.'ilur and Heilb lili won
drrful achlevementi and t It rill I n c; adren
turen diirJnK-liJcarD In the Mitd or Afriei,
and tho great tcari b anil dtfceowry by the
darlmr Manic . I ver (0 pugec. brautllully
illii-tratril-nnly fli W. Uolnir like wllilore I
AOE.NT WANTED. Wrlto for extra
term", or If In hat'nto bejf n work, fend
ei.00 for lllll1 V.U.LKV I'l'IILIHIIINO Co.,
I'Dlcagn, HI., or St 1. mil", Mn. .1l.VIU-T.Ini
HALL'S PATENT HUSKING GLOVES
VERY (iliEA II.Y IMPROVL'O In lorm
' of the rl.iw, and the inori) complete
fhlcliliii; of tbo par' aubje.-t to mar, i,jr
metal plato. Iiial-in tli in wear livic
timks ah loxo, and .1 . the w irk tttr nn l
caler thtriuiiyothirhUHl.tr. Made ol the
ven'.bcitt cilr kather. In our sizes rlbt
and left handed. Sauii'e cut prep.il.) on
receipt ol price. Half cloves $l.vi j full
if'ov.H. ii to per pair I.i'rai discount iti
jii.Timui.". mi your meronnr.t. rr auurets
HAI.LIII SKIM, tjLuE CO .
U tcagn, ills
is aa effectual a remedy
FOR FEVER &. AGUE
u tbo .Sulphate In tho aauo dncn, vUUu It affrttn
i.e nrau (f.i. mora paiauciia umnnf1 auajur.
Sen'l for diivtlptha Circular nltli Trillmonlalt
of I'lutsteUtm frora all parta of the rountry.
IS" Samr.lo rndiace tir trial. 2S rcnta.
Prrparr.1 ,j JllI.UMIB. uiMfV k CO., AUncfae-
$1,000 PER WEEK
OAN be made by any smart mun who win
beep lilt bii.ltiei to lilni-clf, Addrei
I). 1 HEIt.MAN.V, Hobokcn, .1.
WEEIC L'tl.imntcpil to .Male and
emalo AvenU In their loealltr.
lostH not hi nir to try It. Partieu-
rs free. v. O. r Y .V CO..
Rumple t'vkt5M,tllb l-rxt Uit,millirirliitv fettle.
Drrtat rliBtl ;tL--!l rL.r.a. T m ,v..
1 Vl" rr'w tu) ii i;ruflwy( lork
GENTS WANTED ('.iK
AJIONOPOMES AM) TIIK PEOPLE
Every Granger wnntH It. It U nrlln.
und pemiitip. Addre, for terms CO. OP
LltATIVK PCII. CO., Cincinnati, St. ImxiU
or .Miiscatlno, Iowa.
VrUTMP XT PAT Wanted I
1 vyuitu illLi L-r:iT)liln!- inn! inkn mil
cos on now lines which wo urn itiriilnhlnz
with operator, at Hilary Horn ?t to SKK)
nor month. Sonil lor elrciilarH. Address
N. W. TEEKOItAril IN&TITUTi:, ,Ianc
illo, W Iseoniiin.
AND INSECT POWDER.
For Rats Mice, Roaches Ants RciI-Huks
J. 1 HENRY, CL'RIIAN .t CO..
H and 0 Collrgo I'laco, New York.
RoW. Wood & 00
FoiintnliiK, Y,iiot, Animals. Iron .Stairs.
Lump l'iMia, Htnlilo FJttUigj.
3AST, WROUGHT & WIRE RAILINGS
NEW and IMItOVEPD OUAIR fortheatreir,
Concert and Lecture. Halls.
And a Goiinral Ansorltnent of Orna
moiital Tron Work
WILLIAM R SMITH. M. D.
RESIDENCE 'o, 21, Thirteenth street,
bctwetu Wasblncton avenue and Walnut
street. Ofllco ISUCoiuiuurrlal avonne, tin
ktalrs. ' r
i A-V U -JL- JC2. 2 ila. 29
Porfumcrv, Soups, BrushcH,
from I)rujKifb( Pliyslntana and Ienrral Stores
11. .... I.... ..... .....n.. t....i.. i... ...
RETAIL ti PRECHIPTION,
Washington Atr. cor. Klijlilh St.
J. Q. HARM AN & CO
AXP . "
u NOTARIES IMJIILICS
lid f.and Aircnlsol the Illinois Central and
liurlliifton and Mlxiourt R. It. Cos
North Cor. Sixth nnd Ohio Levee,
C. WINSTON tU. CO.
Real Estate Agents
74 Ohio Lkver. Second Floor,)
liny and Sell REAL ESTATE, Pay TAXE
luniMiew AbttracU of Title.
Ptrlind Coimiil. Honor.
And Dealer In
Kioiitii Stiikct, nKT. Wahiiinotox ai.
Uoumkkhai, Avi:j aojolnirii; Hariny't
Ki ep. thu best User, Pork, Mutton, Veal.
Lamb Sansasc. etc., n d U prepared to
uru familcsln an acceptablniiuiiner.
Coal and Wood Yakd.
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
Kept constantly on hand at Ross' Yard,
-oiuuiercJal avenue, opposlto Uroso' llulld-
?)rdcr promptly flllod, Coal and Wood
delivered irco of ehuriro. Term Mtrletly
sath. :il7-IO-C-3in. '
IIO AT HTOIti;
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
'o. 7U Ohio Lcvce, CAIRO, ILLS
. t3TSpoclal attention given to consian
menu and Hllliu: orders. ll-U tl
v K VBtflltfltlkil: t
'Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
2STo. IIO Ohio SCiexro