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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER C, 187L
oftirlnl Paper of tlscCHr ""' County
JOHN U. OrHCRLY. Kdltor mt Publisher
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This KT. II. 11. llowols. whcao vague
and rather blatant theology lint boon
much too fashionable of late, has In tho
pren a volumo which ho calls u "Crema
i on rreiuno,-
atorv. In tha course of which conversations
taVa a. cnarnel-houte tune, and the hero
tells things marvellous and dreadful con-
cerning tnestaio oi r-ngiuu cuurciiyarus,
exceedingly impretiivo and urgent on the
aubjecior over-cron-ums-, raurent"
buses or management nnu
.w.n n..klnir ibroueboul. lie roiumo
oonUlos aorao touches of horror which go
btond tho limits of any permitted soma.
tlonalitm, and, if It does not produce dis
gust strong enough to condemn ft to os
tracism and oblivion, will support Sit
Henry Thompson's argumont In favor of
cremation with Quito unpleasant forco.
Apropos of this subjet, an indlccrcet
friend of tho lateLadyAmborly,Karl Kus
el't daughter'in'1aw,har written a memoir
of hor ladyship, which has given no llttlo
scandal to tlio unadvanccd fomalo com
munity. This friend Is Airs. Koio Mary
Orayshay,who tomo timo ago rocommend.
od tho putting to death of sickly and de
formod Infants, lunatics and old poople,
and who also stronuously advocatod llio
right of humanity to euthanasia as a sub
stitute for tho ordinary methods by which
thlsmortAl coil is ebufllod oil'. Hhoox
alts the virtues and talents of Luly Am
berly to tho hlgbosl degree, and thon tolls
how sho was buriod in tho shrubbory of
her country homo at the foot of tomo
larch trees, in tho immedinto vicinity of
ner iavoruo aog, in a rougn comn, made
by a village carpentor, and that tho only
incompleteness about tho performance was
that the could not be crematod and hor
ashes scattered over tho flpwer beds to in
crease the beauty and fragranco of tho
flowers she loved so woll. Wo may corao
totals sort ot tblng in time. Thin
look as if we should coma to it within
short time; but at pretont ills voted
MEM01HS OF 1'At.MKlWTON.
Tho third volume of "Tho Lifo and
Lotters of llonry Temple, Viscount Pal
merstun," is tho most important contri
bution of the month to biography. It is
said that much of tho intonded contents o
this volume havo been suppressed in def
erenco to tho wishes of iho Queen, wh
desires that the political matters in which
i no i tie rrlQce uonsort was concornca
bould be explained in the memoir ot th
l'rince, which is being (very leisurely')
priparoa unaer me suporinienaenco ol lie
juaiesvy, oy air. xneoaoro Jiartln. Th
death of Lord Availing, beforo his work
was completed, hta nvceslatod tho edit
lng of this third volume by anotfaor porson
llr. Evelyn Ashley Has Jecp (ortt9J
UJi)lriMla af first that Jl. Ouizot's
"fllstory of Franco" would havo to be
added to the Hit of works loft incomploto
at the death cf their authors, but this Is
not tho case. The publishers, Messrs.
Sampson, Low & Co., announco tbo con
clusion of tho old statesman's groat book
to bo forthcoming shortly, it is a groat
work, no doubt, though it is ary, didactic
and doctrinaire, and it Is impressivo In a
way the author as little intonded as bo
could have expectod it to be; for tho state
of France at present is as period an illus
tration of the futility of his schemes and
tbo erronoousnoss of his calculations as
couic be oiierod by the bitterest irony of
A rAilroad In Now Kngland say in
Vermont state went up a Taw muntbs
ago, greatly embarrassing the principal
contractor. This contractor owned sev
eral locomotives, omployod in construct
ion. One of them wan attached nnd put
in chargo of a kcepor in Vermont. Tho
contractor waa desirous of obtaining tbo
locomotivo to uso it elsewhere. Thoro
wss no let up on tho part of tho creditors,
and the locomotive remained exposed at
tho precise point wboro it had been seized
and the keeper placed in charge. The
contractor resorted to stratogy. Ho sunt
up an engineer and fireman with a writ
leu Tequetl to the atuching panlrs that
they would ntlow tho engine lu l.o llrml
up and worked, so as to lubrleato tbo ma-
cninery, nna tnus save depreciation. Tbo
bait took, and tho keeper was itutructed
to allow tho privilege Tho ongine was
fired up, and tho keeper wont on this ox-
penmonial trip until they reichcd n ita-
hod, near wnicn inoro was a wo!. known
saloon. It nas propoiod to stop eff lor
refreshments. The keopor agrood, tho
fireman accompanying lilm. Meanwhile
the keeper kept his eye on tbo locomo
H! and seeing the onglneor backing and
lllling, ho thought all was richt. Sud
denly tue engineer openod tho throttlo
'wide," and in a short tlmo was over the
line and in New Hampshire, leavinjr tho
iithnl.l..J 1 I . "
"" Keeper a wiser u noi a more
uinij man. l notion Traveller.
A JSUKOl'KAN WAIt l'ltEOIOTKU.
rather Uyacinthe and Victor lluiro
propbeijingtbeoppruacbof a troaiond.
out war, which ibttli ra-o all over Kuropo
.ml u1i.iuIi..a . ftl at
v..nuiu. JJr. uiiraeii predicts
that the war would bo a religious one, and
that it would convulse the globe. The
l'ope described the impending struggle as
one botween tbe Archangel iiichaul and
the hosts of Satan. According to the
prognostications of Father Uyacinthe, the
coming wsr will be threefold? and will fa!
tt'.n-i uleonv" between pop" a,
r ghts and the power of capital, in' which
the combatants will tesr'eaoh other to
p eccs. According totb. vaticination of
Victor Hugo, tho great nd inevitable on
oouDUr it to be -between two principles,
republic and empire." Ho sayi that "we
have before us In Europe a series of
catastrophes which mutt be exhausted "
that "we can get a glimpse only auross'a
ihock of arms," that "between tbo present
. . , " i a isiai interoosl
tioD," that the "Kings must expiate their
crim," and that tho separation of the
people will result in federation and frater
nity. JJ thus closes his prophesy of
"Univirtal Fatherlsudi" ' Tho solution
ofth!t-tb6 United States of Europe
TbSi and will be for the people-that It
Jo fay, for peace." There mmt titty be
I pomotlilng In tlio almoipboro of Kuropo
that loads 10 many propuois 10 proimnry
llio approaoh of war war nbout religion,
republicanism and tlio right of human
AT THE CENTRAL COURT.
A mild. looking chap, In tlio 37th year
of lilt reign, named Fred IiOtor, was
charged with vagrancy. An invontory of
bit perional iirects, when brought In,
1 knife, 1 sweet potato,
I siring, i lauK wauei.
'J button', U recipes.
And yet be hold hit bond proudly up
replied to tho reading of tho cliargo
"wo, Mr, not guilty."
Tho olllcor tworo that ho had hit oyn on
Lostor for tovoral days. Ho had noticed
a yearning como ovor nil laco ni mo igm
ot a boy eating a pleco of plo on tho front
stops', and bo bad caught him looking
longingly into a ouicner mop, whuiu "
goldon festoons of llologna tautngo hung
gracofully from hookt. Lestor had mud
on hit back, straw under hit coat collar,
and proof was not lacKing mai no mm
tlopt in barns ana onjoycu w.asuuuniu u.
Havo you ntiy reuuumg losiimunj
asked Hit Honor. Can you
"A weapon mako of truth,
To reluto these bise
Charges meant to mini
lV. lr.' rnnllnd tho tiriionor. Tin
. " ' - I l - - 1
Mart ono right u.y. I'd
wait until the financial horizon was h
TtSok "omo U,n;to?on vlncne' Ule prls-
.... . . . ..... n n I
oner mat fix monins was ins
and wbon convinced, ho rompiamou u
mnxh In llll.il nbolll I llO dlllcrOOCO 1)0-
twoon Jaw now and In tlio palmy days of
Itoino, when oloqiiencu was worth some
thing, that tho old janitor had to bring
out tho crowbar, ralso It over tho prison
cr'n bead, and murmur ;
'I hatos to do it, 'cau'o it musses tho
floor up so, but aroyou going to shut up'"
IlUniUOANE AT HAMILTON, WIS.
riinmlllou (Wis.) Col respondent ol tbo La
k .. . - ....... ...It t 111! 1
Yoslerdav about 3 o'clock tho northern
ptirt ot our town was visited by onooi uio
most torrlblo nurncancs mai m uvcr
een witnessed in this portion of tlio
countv. Tho afternoon was warm anu
pleasant- Tho wind was blowing from
tho southeast until, about 3 o clock, it
commonced thundering in tho wott. It
rniild no nlalnlv soon that thero was a
storm coining from tho southwost. Tho
roaring was continuous nam soon w
pan to lall in lorronvs lor ion or unuuu
minutes. The focus ol tho hutrlcane
nmmd ovor thn farm of Androw MoEl
downy, doing littlo damage, eavo toaring
down funces. It tuen swoopeu uown ou
tlio furrn of L. Osborno. lovollni his hay
nnd utraw slacks with tho cround. H
then struck his house, bursting open tho
door, and camo very near taking out tbo
end ot uis nouso. ills summer micuou
was blown off from its foundation. After
tho "dickens'' ccnorallv with his
looso properly, w passoa on 10 uio jariu o
Kdward wniKor, wnoro n unrooicu uu
Ann ham which is 40x76 feet. Mr.
Walkor had n shed running nt rlgbt
angles with his barn, IMxOO foot, 17 leot
pOStS, WlllCU Was UIICC wnu ;ruill n mu
tune. ills sliou was mown 10 pieces,
broaklng tho timber and lumber so mat u
is a total loss. To glvo you somo luoa oi
thn fnren of tho wind. I will stato tbatllio
shingles woro parted Irom tho roof of his
hop-houso and tho building was otherwise
unhnrmed. It blew a four-horso McOor-
mlok reaper sovoral rode, and then tippod
It ovor on llio sicaio-nar, wun mo nrivu
wheel standinc up 6 foot from tbo ground
You must rcmomber that a four-horse
McCormlck rcapor wolehs jovcnil hun
ilmd noundi.inil presents but a small "-
fc for tbo winu to aei on.
into ior i,. , .M.uiug-uia-
uufo, owned by 1. Williamson, was
blown bottom slue up. It was a terrible
blow, but, as good luck would havo it,
thoro was no ono hurt, or any stock killed
Mr. Walkor Is finishing up ono of tho
finest brick houses in tho country. Tho
Storm King did conslderablo damago to
that. It is estimated Mr. "Walker's loss
will bo about $1,000. Mr. Oiborn's will
TUE OLDEST PlUNTElt.
John 1'. McArdle, tho oldest practical
printer In tho countrp, died litft wock at
ltopublie, Soiiecii county, Ohio, llo was
born in Ireland, March, 1785, and was
consequently in his ninetieth yoar when
ho died. Ho camo to this country in 1801,
wbon ho liecmmi uu apprentice, and, up to
within a low mouths, has uontinuod tho
business. How many typographical or
rors he h&d perpetrated in sovonty yoars,
how many thousand ems ho bad sot up in
that time, how many scintillations of
irenius and fancy lie had immortalized in
type, how many unkind spoeches ho had I
placed beforo tho world, and bow mHny
editorial blundors bad beon unjustly
thrown upon "our stupid printer," It
would bo Interesting to know. In sovon
ty years they must havo beon numorous.
llo marled no iua limit uiroo newspaper?,
tho last, tlio Norwalk i'.eporter, boing tbo
Urst nowipapcr published in Huron coun
ty. Ohio. Mr. McArdlo was as familiar
with thn book-binding business as with
typo-setting, and was in lmtny ways a
A .SEW MEDIUM
Auothor rornorkablo rnadium has nudo
hor i ppoaranro in Kngland, who summons
up a spirit that plays most churmlngly
upon tho plana In n lighted parlor. Tho
meaium is a young may ol about 17 years,
anu oi cxueiiuni imiiuy, lieing llio
daughtor of Ool, bhowers, of tho Urltlsh
army in lndl, and nclco to Oanornl
Snowors, one of tbo heroes in thn Indian
rebolllsn. tiho calls the spirit 'Florence,'
but from tho fact that, utter ono cf his,
her, or its piano coloi, tbo spirit msdo a
tour of the room, and, tasting soma tea
wnich stood upon tho sldo tablo, pro.
nouncod it nasty, tbero can bo but llttlo
dpuiit tunt It Is the spirit ot tho lamented
According to tbo AVashlngton oorres.
pomlhnt of tho IJoston (ilobe, Gonorul
Oraut, In tpilo of bis Mothodlst training
and bis pew in tbo Metropolitan church,
is at the bottom a thorough-going (Jolvin
ist. Tho correspondent's inference Is,
that, if the third term project prospers,
General Grant will regard himself as pre
destinated to bo elected at least once
oftenor than Washington nnd Joflorson
were, and passively aomlesco in tbo divine
A.U"URK,,LB l"stnco of canine
fidelity was witnessed recently at Colum.
b a B.0. V U. McKcnrdosonof John
Mclvonzle, a confectioner, was found
dead in tbo jurburbs with a pl.tol ball In
hie head and a revolver lyuK across his
body. Hi. dog refused toVetnycno p!
proacb him, an J even repelled tho coroner
and tbe Jury. When tbo fathor arrived
the dog received biro with evident Joy,nd
allowed him to examine the corpse
And Dealer In
Jiimc, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Sic,
3C3TI will tell In rar load lots al manillao
Hirers price, adding freight.
,. I). Mntimci " i:. On
MATHUSS & UHL.
Korwardlu? A- flcnenti
FLO Ml, GHAIN, HAY AND
COFFEY, HAHHISON A CO.,
(Successors to 1). llurd A Hon.)
ri.otm. tat Airs a.m iiai.
No r,3 Ohio Ijiivn.), OA 1 110, ll.l.S
WOO.!" RittonllOUSB & BlO thOT
Gknkiui. Commission 51kiiciia-t,
l.'5!l Ohio Lcvec, Cairo.
11, A. Tlio mi) L,. I). Thoui
TtlOMS & BROTHHK,
Sucetotm to II. M.llulcn,
AMD DKALKIIB IN
Mnpln r.nrt s-'nncy irocerlr,
Foreign and Domestlu
F'K.TTITS J3STX) 1STTJTS
13t Commercial Avonuo,
WEW iOlUt bTOitW,
WUOLE3ALK AND HKTAIL.
LAHOIHT VAnlBVir STOOrf IK THIS CITY
UOOD3BOLD VKUY OLOSK.
Soruvr ot stlueSoxnlti nSrvdtHiid S'oiu
O. O. 1'ATInj;
MILLER. & PARKER,
FLOUlt, CORN, OATS, HAY.&e
Agents for Fairbank Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON
(Successor to .Tolm II. PhllliH,)
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS,
iMKAL, IHtAN, .lc.
4gen(3 for Laflin & Rand Powder Company.
(.'OH. TENTH ST..t OHIO I.KVE1'.
V. Slratton. T. lllid
STRATTON &. BIRD
Agents American Powder Company
87 OHIO S.S.TJ?;. CfUHO.
S, D ,AVHH.
K. .1. AYKR
AYK11S Si CO.,
jET Xj O "D
GENERAL COMMISSION MBHOUAHTS
tin. 7h Omo f.MVKB.OAino, I i.lr
Fl, SMYTH &. CO.
LIQUOR 1) E Ah Ell
No. l!0 Ohio liovco,
M. K. KUENE,
CO. 13T1I AND WALXl'TSPHKKT
J'.O. IloiUiiii, ns-lO-Ki-II:
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
No. 70 Ohio J.oveo, OA1KO, UiLS
ESrSpcclal atlontiou given to consign
ments and tilling orders. u-2 U
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M.D.
UKSIOKSCK-No. 21, Thirteenth Mroet.
between W aMilngton avemio mid Walnut
Hreel Oflke -l-.'UComiiierdal avenuo, up
Newspaper uiivcrtlein; piotnotes trade, for
even the dullest limes ailwrllser secure
by f.tr tin- largest shsti' of what Is being
NeWhpaper uaveittMng is a ppiinalicnt addl
Hon to tho reputation the goods adver
ll-od, becaiibe It U a pcrmanctitlnniU'Ctiefl
always at work In their Intcreit.
Jowspuper advertising Is now recognized,
by bulne-n men havliuif.ilth ila their own
. .. ..t 1 11 Hall 114 r ;
curing nir iiieir gonui .1 wine
01 incir nietii".
.Newspaper advertinngit mo most encrgcilc
and vigilant of nalesmon; addresnlng thou
Muds each day, alwayn In tho advertiser's
Interest, and ccasclcudy at work necking
customers irom all elates.
Newspaper advertising linpoH inquiry, uud
when tho article oilered Is of good qua.lty,
and at a fair price, the natural result U in
fti, lrron rtiu tube llirar tllllcrn'r"il
ni! in tliict'tiuti. nml i ornalu loim imivrir. pr
i imi lncir nonet nrc ni iicftirmcii nr inii.t-r.
i.l-i'ii ur other liicntu, olid il.il (irsaiii naile i
k ioiiii iMjini oi reimr.
ltiirtnln or Siiillarllnii.lIiHil.1rip. it
in iihi Miuiilttirn. Coiicli. 'liil.tne of the i'lir-i,
niMliiets. Sour l.tuciniKmsol the mmnarii, n i
linle In tlio Month. lllll'Mii Atlnrk. I'ulitltul
I llio llvnrt, Inniitiinmlliin ot llio l.uricr I'nin in
he H'nluii of the KlitiiM", ami ft himilrnl oil r
iilllilnl kjiiijiIiiIiih, nte the i.llitliif.H "f Hv!"-,'
in. Hie iitniie win i'un n ihmiui Kiiiii.iui.-v w.
tin iiikiIU limn n lc-tictlt v nihiTll-elllsllt.
I'.ir I'riiinln I'liiii ni ii i ilia. Ill tunnx nr oiii.
ii.iirlfil nr mniilo. nt Hie il.in or nuiimiilnnl. r
lliril III HIP, llirwo Iflllir rinrinil-im win.-
Wil uu llinuonre tnai iinpiinriiiciu htoii it-
rnr'liifliiiiiif.iilnrr mid '!iionlr Itln-n-
litlllimil illHl I.OII1. I.I.IO If. Hl'l'lini'iii- nilfi inir.-
uiiiriii lpr. idicKirtli llliifiil. I.lier. Khl
ami IllB.l.lor, tlicno Imtera li.ie nu eii.jl.
t'l.'li liiitniirii. urn rni.-ril li; Yltln'Cit lll,ol.
flir) nri it unillfl liiranllrn mII n
II 4 Olllf, llrtl'llip III'' llHTlk "I illillUK I"
...wnthil nurlit III ll!ievillir Clillill-ltiill r III
uniiniitlimiif tlie l.u-i-ti-l Vinei.il Ornmi. ami
u liMliiim lu.ouwi.
I'or Mhln ISlM-nam, Krni'tlon". Toller, ao!'
HUrnin, IHulchrK, ihjIk, riiiiil, rutin), llutin.
niltimclM. llliiK-ttiitin", Jm iiI.I lloail. Wire i:t,
r:rviiMlnr. Ilch. Si-urfn. Iilnrnliinuininof llieHKln,
iiiiimir nml li.M'Hc nor llio Skin of whatever hahio
ir nature, ate 1 1 1 r m 1 1 y ilua iii nml ruined nut ul
Hie sjmem Inn short limo ! the u-e of theo
iii-mi-rnt 'riion.niiil. tirori im im-hh
linmn thr iim-t wiimlcrfiil lu wirant tint ecr
i.slalncil the Minklrm nxioin.
St. ll. .llrlll.l.lt A- '!.
liriiRCl'lt ami tieu.ARts., au ITmiclico, Cat., A
tor. ul waMiinitinn unn ruarnon .. 1.
SOI.II 11V .M.I. imCCOISTS A DKALKltS.
QUEEN SW A RE,
CHINA AND til.ASSYVAKK,
Jsocliiiigliam & YcIIoav-
China Ornaments and Toys, Pansy floods
I'latod- arc, lalilo and rock.t
Cutlery, Limps, Lamp
mine. looking Olassos, S:a. in fact, every lliinj
belonging to n
I'lltBT CLASS dUKK.NSWAKK
All llio above good-, together uiththo
Stiiro Fixtures, will Do sold nt public auc
tion, coiiiiiicmiiiz ilomluv. November Dili
and will rontiimc until all Is sold. Cntlll
that tliiir I will tell at private sale at liar
l'iiIiii. Dcnlern arc invlteil to eall and c.v-
amine gooiN, at .No, fi and 7, Truth street,
Cairo, fillnnls. .1. T. THOMAS.
:iai-lU-'JMf Assignee 1'arion, l).il .t Co.
JACOB WALT KB
IB XT 3? O DE3C 313 JEL ,
And Dealer In
KlOIITII STKKKT, 11KT. Yt AKIIlKdTO.V ANU
UoMMK.utiAL, Ave; aajolning llanny's
lieep" the best Ileef, Pork. Mutton, Veal,
i.aiui). jana:r, etc., ami is ireparcu to
stirvc uniiietiii an acccplalilc manner.
A bravo man may Mtlllerpaln, when indlcle
uiion ininsuii, neroicsliv; out lie
CANXOT SKi: HIS CHILD SUI TLIt
Thero is Ho other milady, Iiicldent to child-
'.. 1 ' accompanipu nv moro Hide
siriii.iuio Yrciciieuuesollliu llttlo sullerer
PRODUCED BY WORMS:
and when the tmrent lnlh- iiniii.rst:,n,u n,
situation ho will not delay n moment In sc-
runnic me moi prompt anil ellleii'iit rerae
illci to Insure tho expulsion ol the Intruders
i nu reiucuy may ue lolliul in
Dlt. KOUKHS' VEGKTAIJLK WOUM
l'loase hear m mind Ihat
Is tho reliable picpaiiitlon
is a palpalilcnreparatlon.
is tho liked by children
positively dc-tiojs worms,
HOUKKS WOItM .SYItUI'
leaves no bad eO'ects(
KUUK11S' WOItM SYHUP
In highly rerommcnilcd by physicians and
lHiiiiiiicstloiiahly tho hest worm mcdlclno
iu iiiu lYuriu.
JOHN F. Iin.NUY, CL'ItltAN' & CO.,
8 and t) Collc-u Place, New Y'oik.
PITS CUIIED FJIEE
ny iieioii hunerlni; Irom tho uhovo tU
i In rcmiobtcd to address I)n. I'lticu, and
n trial bottlo ol medicine will ho forwarded
ay exprcsn, I'lii'.f. l
Dr. rrlculmt ic-KUlur physician, ond has
nulo tho trcatmoiit of
tits on i:i'iLi:i'sv
i. study lor yearn, and he will warrant a
jure, by tho uso of his remedy.
Do not fall to send to him lor trial bottlo j
t co-ti nolhln', and ho
v i ll viiBi; voir,
10 inattor ot now lonn staiiuiii? your cio
nay he. or how many otho. rviiicdicn may
Circulars and testimonials sent with
,KHKK TUIAL ItOTTI.K.
im. chas. t, ntici:,
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy ltellef for Young Jlon Irom tho ul.
loctn ol Kirort and Alitmes In carlv life
Manhood Kcstoml. linpedtnu'iiU to' Mur
rlao removed. New mulhoiiot treatment
New and remarkable remedies, ltooks nml
:lreulai sent iVce In sealed envelopes, ad.
Jre, HOWAHD ASSOClATl(i.N, 411)
V)rih .Ninth St., Philadelphia, J,n.,i-n
Viistltutlon httvlnf? a IiIkIi riputitloii fur
toroable coiuluct and professional skill,
P UR E
Chemicals, Patent Mcdicinea,
Toilott Articles, Druggist's Fancy Cjood, Collier " lute
Lead and Other Grades, 'aints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Trbe Colors, J)o
Stutls, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Wn Sollelt corrcioondcnce and orders Irom Dnisriflsts. Physicians and (Uncral .lore
In want of OooiU In our Line. Steamboat, Plantation and Family .Medicine vases lurn
Ished or Itcllllcd with Itellahlo Drugs at Itci'onaMe Hates'
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
Tl Olilo Loiff.
Vulcan Iron Wohk
COM M UIWJI A h A YKN U K,
nin i is HTUKirr.
JOHN T. RENNIE, 1',.
f oTTFb it y .
MACHINE S JI o r
Fonans anu l'irr FirriNo.
ilanutacturea ana rcpairca.
Special attention kIvcii to llpht and heat J
rorirlnif, houtc, bridge, railroad and J.ill worl
mil all work of a idmllar character.
Steam and gas llttlng In all 1W branches.
A full assortment ol Jlorrli-, Tasker V Co'i
I'hlladelnhla plpo and tlttlngs. Itrass goods
3tc and iras ilxturcs alwavn on band.
l'll'INO OF HOUSK FOH UA3
MAUH A fil'r.CIA'.TT.
Avent for Cameron n iiieilal steam purur
and boiler feeder. The Left manufaclurcil,
Coil's patent syphon putnp4, and Judxon'i
patent governor and governor valvo,
i ue louowing engiuei1, etc., ior saio :
Two steamboat envlnc-, H inch bore ol
cylinder; tlvo fecttroke, and Ingoodbrdei.
une ttcamuoai snau anu crank; wroi iron
One englno for holntlng freight: 71X10,
Ono lOXUO saw mill engine, with Mmlt and
crank lor muly or gang saw, recond band.
One new 7X12 engine; my own manufac
ture. AUo, a sec)nd-hand stave cutting ma
shlno and Jointer, and warehouse hoisting
aianhlne, in good order.
Knglns and machinery of all kinds bought
I'othc Ldltorol Tiik IIui.i.ktis:
IStkkmku Fiiik.nd: You will ploaeo In
form your readers that I havo a positive
cum: FOR CONSUMPTION
and all di-ordcrn of tho Throat and Lung,
and that, by ttH usu In my practice, I havo
:iired hundreds of cases, and will give
or a case 1. will not honellt. Indeed, ko
trong Is my faith, I wll i-eml t Sami'i.i:,
mills, to any futl'erer adilrceslng mo.
l'leasu show this letter to any ono you may
mow who Is sullerlng from thoio tllsca-eii,
ind oblige, 1'althliilly Yours,
DR. T. F. DURT.
till tVllllillll M. Aiti V
JOH1ST P. GAMBLE
Tho ricst nnd ChonpoBtWuKon Man
ttluoturca. MANUKAUTOHY :
OHIO Xj 33 V B E
NKAU 31TII f-THEHT.
niiT aw on
.l'erfuniery, Soaps, JnisliC!J,
RETAIL & I'HEECUII'TION.
Wnsliliiflon Arc. cor. Klghth SI.
Ttt O .
TJII3 CITY NATIONAL
W. 1'. 1IAI.I.1DAY. President;
IIKNKY I.. IIAI.I.IDAY. Vlee I'rcld. .
A. II. SAKI'OIID, Utfhlen
WALTKR II Yal.OI'.V-l'tnnt t j.hlrr.
STtATSl TAYI.Olt, It. II. COMM. IUII
11. I.. IIAI.I.IDAY, W. I'. II U.l.llltY.
ti. D. Wii.liajimi.v, hTi:i'in:N limn.
A. II. SAfKOIII).
i:clinnt:i', f'lii nnd Unlli'ii: Stall-
lliiniK Hoiigiit nml Sold.
Di:i'OSIT?J tcti ned ami h general '
KNTKI'.I'KIHK riAVl.NOS ltMv
ClIAKTKIIII i! AUCII .11, 1M,1
CITY NATIONAL HANK, lAIl'.O
A. II. SAFKOItD. I'ieident.
. S. TAYLOR, Vlce.l'reslilrnt:
ll.HYM.Ol', ftocrctary and Trca ir r
I'. .M. lUlifLAV, ClIAH. fUUdlll'll.
I . JI. MOCKI'I.KTII, 1'AI'I. 11. !- f 1 1 1. 1 1 ,
R. II. Ol-N.NI.NUIUM. II. L. II AI.I.IIIA V,
I. JI. l'llll.I.II'S,
INTKUiyp paid ou deposits at tho rale of
lx per rent, per annum, .March 1st and
Mpiuiniiur It. liitoiet not wiihdraiMi Is
added liiiineiliatelv tu the principal of Ilin
deposits, thereby clMirj them coiiipoiind
SIAItlllKU WOMEN ANU CIlILIinKX MAY
DHI'OHir MOKBY ANU NO OSK KLSE
CS UKAW IT.
Oponevcrv buslnesi day fioni a. in. tt
p. iii.,imd Saturday evenlugi Ior satliigs tie
posiis culy, from u to 8 o'clock.
W. HYt-LOP, Treasurer.
SnlVonl, iMonis & Cainlco.
7U Ohio I.tivco, City Nntioiuil Haml
Uuililinj,', (Jaiho, 1 1.1.8.
I' ic oldo(t cttabllnhed Agenev iu Poutlio
Illinois, representing' our
Cairo lio.v and basket Co.
AM, KINDS, HAItl) A.N1I HOtT.
Mill and Yard,! Con0' 18.,t, Hlvcci
' ( nml Olno Lovco.
Genor.'il Insuvanco Agent,
Ohio Jjcvco, ovor Mathus &IJhrp.
tSffitmc lut firtt'chiM (hmvanu