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KesdUiff HMtrr on Every rfff.
JOHN H. OBEIILY, Editor.
Spkakkh Illalno !icU tears nn lie left
tho clmlr the day cotisrcs adjourned.
Senator Andrew Johnson's wtto Is 111
and there arc no hopes of her recovery.
Attorxky OENr.nAtr"Vllllains will
leave the Cabinet, It Is now said again,
and Mill take the place of Scliouck as
Minister to England.
The Supremo Court ol the State hasde
cldcd that a strike of the employes of a
railroad company Is no defense for failure
to carry goods on time
Vick President Wilson takes no stock
In the third term. Ho Mrs If Grant Is
nominated, there will bo no canvass at
all and tho election will go by default.
Two suit, growing out of tho civil
rights bill, have been instituted in the
courts at Chicago. Most of the hotel
proprietors announce that they will ra
dst Its provisions.
Susan It. Anthony wants women
made lull citizens of the Jtcpubllc before
the celebration of the centennial. Hold
on, Miss Susan. On the Uh of July, 1S70,
we'll all Iks "full" citizens; we, will give
the woman equal rights and privilege.
and celebrate tho grand nnnlveriry In
the jovialcst way. Hurrah for 7(1.
Mr. Com:, a member of the State Sen
ate of New York, from Albion, Orleans
county, has introduced n bill into the
General Assembly, to enable Mrs. Tllton
to appear as a witness In the Iteecher
trial. Ilcecher's. counsel nro waiting lor
thu passagu of the bill, when they will put
lilin on the witness stand to supplement
Mrs. Tllton's testimony. Under the bill,
Mr. Keechcr can also uppearas a witness,
and It H expected that thu will give !m
portant evidence for her husband.
A srr.ctAL committee of the General
Assembly has been visiting Qulncy. Mr,
Plater, of Hardin, who accompanied thu
committee, i thus mentioned by tho Jfer
old: "Among the legislators visiting
the city Is thu Hon. L. V. Plater of Har
din. Newspaper readers generally have
heard a great deal of Mr. Plater since the
opening ot the I.ogl-lature, because of
the fact that he is never afraid to let the
country know where he stands. .Mr. Pla
ter voles the Democratic ticket regularly,
bets his money on Democratic princi
ples, and believes that Hardin county is
the hard pan of Illinois. He made u
very favorable Impression among our cit
The gentle "Uenevra"snys: "The
only argument Mr. Oberly hangs to tena
ciously, is the one which appeals to his
vanity and sell-complaeency tliu fact
that Mrs. S. nominated Mr. 0. for Presi
dent of the Wonnn's Club, and .Mrs. W.
seconded the motion." "Gencvra" does
not evidently know u. If she did, the
would le aware ot the fact that we have
been President of a ftre engine company,
and that a p-rson who has enjoyed tills
honor Is above being made proud by the
election of his wife to the presidency of a
female society of any kind, even If it
were a society to furnMi Ulbles to thu
people of Uoonoboola Gha. The Gentle
Gencvra in the clmlr of the club would
have pleaed us better and made all
things lovely. The tnUtake made by the
"originators" was in the organization of
their club. They overlooked the ladies
who ought to have been selected to lead
In these great reformatory movements.
Tnn Illinois Central railroad company
havVery wisely decided that employes of
the company Injured by reason ot their
own carelessness, while in the company's
employ, shall not receive a premium for
their Injuries thus resulting. In an or
der, Issued by the company, it is express
ly set forth, that "hcreatter no compen
sation will be allowed to officers or em
ployes who may l)c Injured In tho ser
vice of this company, where such injuries
have been caused by a violation of Its
rules and regulation, or by carelessness
and want of proper precaution on the
part of the parties Injured." And then
tho order procerds to give this good ad
vice: "in coupling cars, If a stick or
hook Is used, instead of tho hand, to
guide the link, and proper caution is ob
served, there will be no accidents from
this cause." -'Getting Icet fastened in
frogs and falling on the track," says the
order In a communicative tone, "result
from attempting to place links and pins
In drawbars, while cars are In motion,
and not unlrerjuently walking backwards
while doing to."
ILLIXOIS CU.Vril.tX lll'.MXESN AT
The report of tho Illinois Central rail
road company shows that the receipts of
freight at Cairo over that road weru last
year 7 per cent, greater than In 1S73.
They were 33 per cent, of the receipts at
Chicago in 1874 against about 2S per cent.
In 1873. Shipments from Cairo, in 1871,
nearly one-half, and shipments from Chi
cago only one-seventh. Tho Cairo aliln.
menu were 7J per wnt. of Chicago ship,
mcnts in 1873 and 0 per cent, or lu U1.
creased shipments In 1974. "TIiumi facu,"
. lays the RaUnidOaittte, "aliow a large
j increase ot business at Cairo, while tralllc
i ircncrally was nearly statlonarv." 'n...
j earnings of the road from tho Cairo traf
j tie were inoro thau a third of thosu from
I iua Chicago traffic.
DON'T WAUU TIIKM.
"Cairo," says one of tho railway Jour
nals, "Is not a distributor for the Mir
rounding country to any great extent;
but rather a point of transfer tor through
traffic." This Is too true ; and Cairo can
hope for little of tho great pros.
DCrltVSllO should i-nlnv until .!. ......
comruunu capital to makHii.ri lis ivnmt
dlitributor of the MUtUMnni vu,... ei,
. . i"" svjs tvlsv I
wym w w twH-- or-i(ooi-, ifrocerles, J
drugs, boots and rIiocj, hats and caps,
and many articles manufactured by her
citizens, to all thu country around her;
but she cannot do so until capital will
lend her n helping hand, and capital will
not lend her anything but kick until
elio shuffles olThl.rh taxes and secures a
city government, "up to the times."
That she will do this In time wu have no
doubt; but ust now slio Is waiting; her
good citizens arc dozing. Let her and
them alone. Don't, If you value your
peace, attempt to arouse them Into action.
They aro tired.
t!XO,I,I.A.TT - III.OOI. I.nO,
The unkempt editor of tho Sun the
man who Is too stupid to understand a
proposition that Is ns clear as a pike stall
and too cowardly to meet any Issuo he
may raise speaks ol our lack of gal
lantry In the discussion with "Gencvra."
What docs the hair-deformed monster
mean? WliatdoestheGrc.it Unwashed
Intend to Insinuate? Docs this editorial
Lamb, that bleats and believes ho Is roar
ing like a lion, wish to hold us upas a per
son capable of bclnglmpolltc to anybody?
Zounds .' we shall send a friend to hlm;and,
by all the ladles' switches In the land, he
shall answer us. Wn aro not Impolite; but
wc arc a practical Woman's Mights man.
We recognize the right of woman to all
the rights wo enjoy tho right to vote, to
speak in public, to wrlto for the press,
to abuse anybody she pleases and to be
abused, to whip and bo whipped. Wu
arc a peaceful fellow; but no small man
or woman shall Insult us If wc know It,
and not get walloped. We do not say
this to Intimidate "Gencvra," of whoo
size wc have no reliable information, nor
the pot-bellied Ink-waster of the Sun
that Infernal fellow through whoe skull
a sled 1:0 hammer could not drive an
Idea. "Gencvra" mid Davis arc sale
from our wrath she because wc don't
know how much mit'cle she has, and ho
because nh ! pMiaw! what a trilling
and very little man he is !
Si IT AX II. OX Tilt: HAMI'ACin.
Sim:iii II. Anthony tins Usued to her
down-trodden sisters n stirring address
Intended to waku them up to the impor
tance of being made full citizens ol the
Kepublie beforu the nation celebrates its
centennial, which celebration, says the
eloquent Susan, with woman unenfran
chWed will Im the nation's lasting
disgrace. She says thu country Is rushing
on to Its ruin a great chasm Is before
It and nothing will lilt It the chasm
up and make easy and sale going for the
government, but to lilt woman up to her
right of self-government, thu underlvinc
principle upon which the nation pro-
tesseslo stand. Miss Anthony waxes
warm with her subject and walls out that
the war gained nothing for us us, mean
ing women, evidently except another
phase ol male despotism, and thai the
blind policy which discriminates between
citizens lias already led us us this time
meaning thu country to the verge
of another civil war. The
mothers, wives and daughters of the
country have been thrust back to make
room for one hundred and twelve unre
pentant male rebels who will take
their scats In thu next congress there to
make laws for thu loyal women of thu
country. 1 herefure, concludes the over
wrought Susan, us women Insulted, as
citizens Ignored, as human beings pos
sessing n birthright of freedom, tJie calls
upon the sex generally to go up en masie,
to the city of New York on the 11th of
May at thu Union League hall, to the an
niversary meeting ol thu National Wo
man's Suffrage Association.
on ix tiii: coxstitiitiox.
Conventions of rell-'Ious enthusiasts
are being held in different parts of the
country the object of which is to get God
into the constitution of thu United States.
At one of these conventions, Inti-lv Iwlil
at Columbus, Ohio, resolutions were
adonted. the nolnt of which was. n ilei-hir.
atlon that thu present constitution is in-
Harmonious with Christian usages, com
mon law, and the State constitution, and
that a recognition of Almighty God in
the national constitution Is not li union of
church and State, but simply an afllnna.
tlon of the nation's right and duty tone
knowledge God, thu Lord Jesus Christ,
and the authority of His word independ
ent of ecclesiastical intervention; that this
nation is committed to ChrUHanltv In-
hUtory, traditions, institutions and laws,
and the spirit ot Its moral standards, ami
uiai uic proposed religious amendment Is
not an attempt to Innovate but to tlx and
to authenticate our national Christian In
hcritauec In our fundamental character.
The God of the Christian Is to bo if -cognized,
but It will bo hard to Identify
llhn. The Catholics, thu Metliodl.-ts,
tho Presbyterians, tho KpUcopallans,
tho Unitarians. Ac. each sect has Its god,
who If let loose upon the other gods ould
destroy them. And then, In.'thls country,
wc have the Chinese with their Josh, the
African with his idol, tho Tree Religion
1st without any god, and the Spiritualists
with an indefinite sort of a being who
runs tilings In a most mysterious way In
"the blue beyond," and permits the spir
its of dead mortals to return to earth and
make raps upon tables, show
expressionless faces ut holes
In "cabinets," and talk nonseuc through
cheating people called mediums. What
are wo to do with theso people? Cru-lt
them out? That Is thu way the world
ued to Iki run, but the danger Is, that
...v , -uuj people, with tho Spiritualists
and Heathens may turn thu tables on
Christian people, and cribh them out.
I hey are becoming almost powerful"
enough to do so, and luveall thu hitoler
mice that Is necessary for thu work of
manufacturing the follower of the N iza
renu Info martyrs. They are earnest
people-many of them crazy-and would
rather fight hi the causo of their no-Go.!
or "the bluo beyond," than be at peace.
They hate tho Chrlstl all nil: I u-nnlil -,..
Jolce at an opportunity to attempt to
wipe out tho religion of civilization i
These facts do not seem to be known to
the God-in-the-eonstltution people; but if
they precipitate the discussion of this
question upon thu country they will nid
that they have made n great mlstake,that
tho excitement resulting now from thu
consequences of tho war of secession, Is
nothing to that their fanaticism will cre
ate when it comes Into collision with tho
Intolerance of Materialism and tho Insan
ity of Spiritualism. Tho cause of tho
Lord will bo better served if they wi'!.--main
quiet, and (ermittlntr God to ,.
main outside the constitution, they will
attempt to get Into their own hearts and
those of their fellow-men a little of that
charity of which St. Paul has so elo
quently spoken In one of his Kplstles.
HTrni.'s i.ivixh Am:.
Nos. 1601 and IfiOS, of Tht Living Age,
bearing date March Oth and 13th respec
tively, have tho following contents: Life
ofthoPrlnco Consort, QtarUrty IttcUw;
Tho Last Journ.ils ofD.ivld Livingstone,
Maemiltm, Mag.i:ine; Leonardo da
Vinci, Kdlni'irgh ll',ritw; On the Limits of
Science, ly Win. Forsyth, Q. 0., M. P.,
Fraitr; Karly Kings of Norway, by
Thomas Carlyle, Frattr; German Home
Life, by a Lady, Fraitr; Thoughts nbout
Thinking, GtrnMUf Miss Cobbe's "'Hopes
for thu Human Ilace," Spntator; Ac, to
gether with Instalments of "Three Feath
ers," by Win. Illack, "Ml Angle," by
Miss Thackeray, and "The Story of Vat
entlneand his Brother;" nl.o n short story
entitled "Charlla," and tho iinal choice
poetry and mUeellany. With tiny-two
such numbers, of sixty-four large pages
each, (aggregating over 3000 nages
a yinr) the subscription price ($8) Is
low; or still belter, for SlO.fiO any one of
tho American SJ monthlies or wei-klles I
sent Willi 77i I.itwg Age for a year, both
piU'pii'l. Llttell A- Gay, Uoston, Pub
Trrror or I'rpncli Itnllim.v Trntcl,
fl'arl lA tlcrtoN V. Times 1
And we have had also two
crimes ol mi unuual sort, but which
seem to break out from time to time. I
menu attacks upon people in railway car-
rl:rr4. All nfti.nmr nl' t lira cnir ....to
made upon thu Northern lino a few days
unee. mo vieiim iiriciiuing nimell Willi
so much vigor that he saved his life; and
now we have another case upon tho Hue
to M:ir(llli.J. tl VVMtt llC'lf tint til '))
where Dr. Contantlu James wa at-
tacKi-d in a similar way. .M. Do Hon
chonl entered a carriage, accompanied by
his slter-lii-Iaw. a young lady, when
a villalnuu-looklng man " entered
and began to grin at her. "I am afraid!
Let IIh out." Milt wliUnori'il in li. i-
companion. They entered another car
riage, mid the man followed. Thcv got
out a second time, and again the man lot-
lowed tnein. i liey called a guard, who
aked the fellow If he had a ticket, itud as
lie replied, yet without showing if. the
guard said that he could not be ordered
out. There were few passengers upon
uiu inuii uiai iiigiu. mien it
started the man made an at
tack at once. tearing a chain
from tlic young lady's mck, and Irving to
make her swallow something he had in a
bottle. M. Ilouelmni Interfered, and a
light ensued. The young ladv gut out
a.id went along the foot-board, crying
that her brother was being nt-as-Inatcu,
but It was sometime before thu train was
stopped. The villain had to ho knocked
senseless before ho could be captured.
He l either crazy or simulating lunacy.
.M. Iloilehoid :n viM'i' li iill v Inliir...! Iilif
his life Is not iii danger. The young lady
receiver u shock to ner nervous system
wiileli nuiKes the doctors fear for her. It
may be noted that she broke
the glass and rang the alarm-bell us di
rected, without being nble to slop ibe
Several days npotlwru appeared among
the citizen" of Fiddler's Jflilgo lu .Mi.
Carbon a disease resembling the chicken
pox. A physician was called In and up
til TllOllllV IIOtllltlM. Irtlllwlklri.ll 111 f.r.t..,..
alarm. One case. .Mrs. Davis, It was evl-
ueiu was in aiiying condition. Urs. .Ma-
iiouy aim j nara were called, lint too
latu to render any assistance. Thu wo
man died during the evening. An exam
iiiatiou into theeases or thu allVeted iiiul
the one that had died established lu tho
minds of Maliouey auddVIlam thu poI
tlve fact of the existence of small pox lu
a virulent mid aggravated state. As soon
as thu tmu nature of the dNcao was
known the alarm spread, and siMancu
could not be had to bury thu woman.
Drs. Maliouey and O'llara reported tho
cae to the. Hoard of (Touniv Commio
sinners then in session, and a team anda
sldanee wrri tirniiiiitlv r.irtf.ip.l...i ci.
have been taken to prevent thu spreaillii"
oi uic uicac; me puuilo seliools at Mt.
Carbon have turn closed and it is hoped
the (lieae will lie nnni-iill..,! i.r...... i.
spreads over the county.
CJrnnl Ought lo Ilrllik t.vss tVliKhry,
From the.N'cw Orls.ius Tlnirs.l
'Jho President lias greatly changed
lu two year. Ills face is red," approach
lug at times to purple, with apoplectic
threatening, and, H looks augur any
thing, there are chances that the third
term question may be settled, if he
eliailrrp, not Ills Pimri:i nf Ilvln.r 1... ,1...
sudden clip of Clotho's scissors.' "I seo
iieaiu in ins lace 11 no Keeps tills thing up
three month longer," said a physician
whose name Is eminent among thu fac
ulty ill llOtll lielllUllllf.mc mill n.i.lirn.l
even Iii the L. ollege of Surgeons, as we
left thu Willie HoiiM) that evening.
.'-y " ..vi. t, , wi.ni iii.iu --i-u VUllllg
lady homo in tho eenliig Is it not a good
plan for her to turn tho hitch kev prior to
any llttloiilleetlonate fencing, so to speak,
that 1 1 1 : 1 - hit In nrili.r Tl.lj l ...i!...
certain yoiithiul person did, not long
since, and thu consequence was that .1
cnniili' nf I ml Uli 1 1 ... tc ..,..., .,.1 11.. . 1
liitated upon the trout entry lloor. and
till, Will II ir lll.l.i t.'n r..-l....t.V .
..... ,,....(, 1 .in. mi iiiwiin iireciiniaicd
llltO !1 lll'lirlilinrlllir enr... I. ....I. l.A t.
a,,,,,, iF.iHr iiuilliu K
W.'IV lllkiinv.ir,..! In Iia I t . 1
, ' : -"iii.iKi'"iis ueau ui
Hie fjinily that he win not aTjiirglar.
TnE POLITICAL, PERSONAL
AND PROPEUTy RIGHTS
Of a Citizon of tho Unitod Stutcs.
nw to KxrucisB anu how to rnssKRvr. tiikm
A NEW BOOK
By Tneopalhu Prioni, LL, D.
Pmilnlnlni- nh.i.l... a. .1.. V...I . . . . .
Cnllluilou tlnlr llUtory ml Uilk'lut Tow
rrs mill DuiIn of I'ubllc OIHccrtt I'rnri-K's
llir.nrM. lanM..u ....1 ....... u-.. i.l... ,. .
HlKtiK ami Dutlf.
J 'V,1 JJP'tniclloij. I-ectlonund J.r-al Korm
ttan.lrunattlona ltulcn oroiianltatlou trad
u?i? yr2f '',ltul 1,rlu "i common ust i A com
plele rtvamrv of i.u.ui .....i i.,.;i....i..7.i
UlVir ',n, .i.i.il 'j; T"lur lorm ,,ie rnuiw or tlie
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Sl'KCIAr. attention gUen toconslsumenU unit
Spooial Assessment Notice.
PUIIMO NOTICE Ih hereby Blven Ihtt tlie
Circuit onu Loimty (ointu of Ale.saniler
County, have lemlrrei! Juilcnient for u atieeiul
akeement upon iniierly bcnillileil liv Die Inl
IowIiir Iniiirmrmenl, vli (iravellnif Ohio
l.eif treel Irom Iimrthlii roiirleenlh trtM,
ns will moie fully spiienr from the certlrUil copy
oflhcjuilginenliion Ule in thr mUco of the Clerk
pflheClly or Oilroi that w warrant lor Ihe cnl
lection nl nich afenmcnt8 It. In the hamlirf the
unilertlttneil. All icreons liilni .iecl me hueby
notlueit to rail anil par the iimminu iiateil, ut
Ihe collector's oiUce,.So, liriLommerrlalmcnue
within thirty itaya from thiidate beieof.
Dstiil Una 13th ilay ofMi.rcli, A, 1). 1875.
Clly Tre-is. nml Ex-olUcIo Collector.
BY virtue of an execution 10 roe dlrecte-1 by
, the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Loiirl of Alex
ander coiiuty, In the state of llllnoin, In favor of
the Souihwmileru Insuranro Company for the
V.'.f.P.' Jtu i- llairuau, llecelvcr, and galut
WlllimJ Allen and II. Wateon Webb, 1 hate
eiiltipou the fiillowloK deecillnil property,
lu Hi city of Cairo, couutyof Alexander and
Hate of lllluuU.io-wlts Lot numU-ietl the ("),
lu block numhoed tbirty-lwo (3;j,bji the prop
erly of Ibe mid II. Walsou Webb, which J hal
pflerst mihllotale, at Ihe aouthwinl door of the
Ciiiirt Uoute, lu Ibe clly of I 'alro, in Ihe county
ol Alexander ami Male ofllllnolj. on Ihe 31m
day of JlaichA I.,10;4, at Ihe hourof eleen
o'clock a m , for cukh, to atlfj- baldevccu
,lu t ALKX. 11. IltVIN.
r. , ... Bnerlff of Alexandertonuty, Ilia
Cairo, Ills. . March 1.', Ib74, ISKt-18-Wt
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Detween Waahlnirton and Commercial
Avenuos, adjolnlnir Hanny'n,
TTEEI'B for rale the beet Deef, rrk. Mutton
ei, Lemb, f auMge, do,. an4 It pre
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
W f lt.Vt.MPAr, 1'iveMent
IIIIMIY t. IIAI.MPAY, Vlrul'icd.
A. II. SAITOIII), (iwhlir.
VVAI.TKIt IIYM.or, As'l dehlir
S. STA TS TAVLOtl, II It Cf.VINIllU,
II I. ll.tl.LIUiT, V I' llAt.l.lllA V,
(. P WlLLIAMKOX, Srr.l'IIKN lllllll,
A II 8Arui'.li
Exchnngo, Coin nnd United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
I.POSITS ivctUnl mitt il pi'iiml Imnkln
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1800.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. II. SAFFOItli. I'nulilenl
S S TAVI.OIt, V'lie 1'ieniilrnt
W. HVftl.ur, Nn'riilnl'liesMirer.
P. M. JlAtiit.AV, Ciia OtMnur.n,
V. 51 Sim hn.rtu, I'ai i, t! Sciifii,
It. II Cl'VMMIHAM. II l llALI.ItlAY,
.1. M. I'iiili.iiv.
TNTKIUp.ST paid on d piilt at the rate of nix
.1. M-ri-ul -i- it n ii ii ii . Mun-li l-l nml v.i-in-Ixr
lt I ii I t-i ,--t nut witlidniuti l addnl iniiui.
diati ly to the priui'lpal of Ihe iIi ki.II, lln n liy
gUlui; IIk im riiiniioiiml Inlrri-t
MAIIUIED WOMAN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY AND NO ONE ELSE
CAN DKAW IT.
Open eery bulnenlay fronifti in to Hp m
and "aluril.iy rrnliu fur ealn dejMlU only
W. KYSI.OP. Troasurer.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Corner Commercial Av. and Eighth St.,
I open from n a.m. to 1 p m for the lrjnact
ion iifiTjiiilnr Il.inWInit builiie. AUn niiffat
unlay ernlnirlrniii 11 tn 8 o'clock for the accom
modation uf tfavillKl deHjltora.
Exchange Bouirht and Sold on the Prin
cipal Cities in tho United dtatcs.
t?"I'oielOi Exclunse drawn on Kimlaud,
Ireliimi, France, mid all the principal eilleit In
ieriuiiuy, vlierliiiil, lirlKiuin Holland, Hut
Ola, Denmark, Italy and other loielitn uatluiH
tC3"Collectloni made In any part of Kurope by
S3"Ittera of cre-llttor lrae!ert lu Kurope
Gold, Sllvor, United States and
oilier uouas nought unci aoiu.
loierai allowed on "izi Cejcsiis
IN THE SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
P O.CANEDY. Prenldnt.
1IENUY WELLS, Vlco I'rosldcnt.
TUOMAS LliWia, Cashior
T. J. KEKTa, Asalstaut Cashier.
tt-3 11 -If
ST. JOHN'S and
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogHhcads, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
6-To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
K?-H1lldy Ilro 'a office, No. 70 Ohio Ltree.
CV"Halllilay llio 'auharfbuat.
Kf-M KRyiillan .Mills, or
EJ-At thu lial Dump, foot of Thirty-Eight
O-l'tiit Office Drawer, Suo.
Ccal and Wood Yard.
PITTSBURG and ILLINOIS
&S COAL 7$t
KEPT riuMtsaU)' mi baud at Horn' Yard
bnl1ilnif"Un aTeiiue, oppoiite Drosa
Onlera promptle IT!ed.
.ni ami wooa neuvcrtu tree or char re.
lermjatrkt r ckh .nilin
ffiKil. .liUrf Sm. tlljttviM
PATENT I.rEDICINES. TOILET ARTICLES.
DRUaGISTS FANCY GOODS, COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW OLASS,
BRUSHES. SOAPS. COLORS, OIL8
TUBE COLORS, DYrJ STUFFS,
VARNISHES, ETC., ETC.
WI! nclli'll cnrre'pmiili nce and order fi m Dm??! t' Phyilrltn and fieneral Storea In wan
of koikIi in our I mi- Mi-.iinlmut, I'l ii.lul on u: 1 1 ..liii.y .Medicine (.- Iunilhf-I or . -fillnl
with irllahlc llnij; at tcuxonalile i-j'.c.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL. HATPO RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION
74 Ohio Lovce. ' I 'nhln-to- At., Cor 8th
Should bu sold by the Ilnrihv.-ir
Goods Trade every.
it era:: 17137 c:s: :r txzzizz .
Wo have reiVcnishocl our Job Printing' OiTico with
many fonts of new typo awl havo oilcr3 out for other
fonts or the latest popular stylos. " o aro detorminod
to establish the reputation of our offi so for first-class
work, ami make our prices so low that tho most enthu
siastic patrons of foreign cities will bo compelled to ad
mit that wo do work at lower prices than any other of
fico in tho country. Mr. Oberly, admitted to bo ono of
tho best practical job printers West and South, has
assumed personal supervision of tho job printing de
partment, and will endeavor to give satisfaction to our
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