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ton m. omxst, xdttor.
X wo Injunctions that have been
Mrrtd .upon th City Council MiouM re.
;atad Mran that tho best policy
tttty can pursue Is to let the Trustee of
tm Cairo City Property nnd the St.
Leak railroad company Unlit their tight
wn41aturbed br nnv cltv Interference, If
tk aldermen are not In lore with cither
efUMMtnbatanU, they should follow the
axanple otitic unloving wife nnd try
with equal voice: "Go It husband; go it
baar," 11 they do not, the husband may
Strike them nnd tho tour i-ojuhv.c thorn.
JThrs thiTattorney of tho Cairo ami
St. 'Louis railroad concluded that be
would aecara certain bond? the bond
ot oue ot the Tillages on the line of
that road he ascertained that the com
(unity )Wa religiously Inclined, and hi
Wrilkife, this fact, added:. "I will go
down a 'day or two before I ak for the
bonds and pray with the boys." He got
the bonds, but a court stepped In ami the
praying hoys got them back. We hope
no one ot the lawyers of the llttlv road
has been praying with our boy.''' Our
boys are not of tho praying orl. hut oc
casionally they run Inio.an error, and
that is almost as bad a bvlnir prayd
Into a inl-talo by a railroad lawyer.
is namti r.
Messrs. Canda and Searl have arrived
in Mm city, probably with the Intention
ot inducing the City Council to lie
accommodating. Mr. SeaiN li;i no
slottM of his ability to do tliU. Ills ex
perience at itcd Hud lias witl-dlcd him
that he can do so. There he fixed things
by prayer, and it may be he Intends to ihc
that weapon with our Mayor and Abler
men. The pious Seal 1 1. in a corner with
the dcyaut Winter, struggling with the
spirit tor light on tho levee question,
would lie a spectacle for the god?, and for
all of them at once'. No doubt Mews;
Canda and Searls propose to use prayer
but If they do, they brought it In a basket
Concerning Its vintage we have not been
The ArguB'Joiirnal charges thai wo aro
doing all In our power to drive the C. &
St.L. R. K. out of Cairo. This is not
so. In fact, we have been taking little
, part In ihc railroad war ; but wc have
been and arc anxious to not permit Mr.
Cauda to rnn over tho interests of the
city. We aro anxious to compel him to
tight the river beforo tho city does to
get between the cutting current of tho
Mississippi and our new lovce. If the
efforts wc are making to secure the re
sult are cflorts to drive the road out of
the city, then the very bent men
of the city are with us
ia the effort the men who pay two-
thirds of all tho raxM such men as 11. 11.
Cunningham, 11. Miller, W. P, Ualllday,
P. Bross, A. B. Safford, Wm. Stratton,
I. Iludson, S. S. Taylor, 8. Walters, Ike
Walder.Pcter Ncff.I'etcr Culil, 1 W.Bar
M. Meyers, C. It. Woodward, W.ltltten
house, Juo.B. PhUUs. T. W. Ualllday,
N.B.Thlstle wood, and many others. With
these me.i we agree on this question, and
11 roily believe that they liuvo as much at
stake In the city as either Mayor Winter,
Mr. Liuegar or the gentlemen ot the
Argu-Joirnal who condemn them.
A OStUD WORD FOK SUIIMAJT.
Our Republican friends are discuss
ing tho question: "Who shall we
nominate for the State ofllecs to bo
filled next November? .Messrs. Bever
Idge aud Cullotn are the only persons
who have been named us ooulcslauu for
the place at the head of the ticket,
and which Is ahead no one can willi
confidence assert. For the second plucc,
Mr. Andrew Shuinan, of the Chicago
Journal, has been .suggested. It is under
stood that he will make no effort to sc
oare the nomination of his party, but his
friends have determined to assert his
claims with great energy. Mr. Shu
inan is a gentleman ot ability, of un
doubted Integrity aud great personal
popularity. He has been, during nearly
a scort of years, editor of a leading Re
publican paper, and is in every way en
titled to recognition at the hands of his
party. Politically we detest him; per
sonally wo like him. If he should be
nominated wc shall takeplciurc in do
ing all we can in our most amiable way
to defeat him ; but if he should be elected
we shall rejoice that the Stale lias .)
latrltorlous a Lieutenant-Governor oim
of so many good qualities that tlioe who
know him best and understand the mat
ter, wonder that he is so terrible a Radi
cal that ha docs not become one of our
kind of Democrats. If we must ham a
Republican for Lieutenant-Governor, by
all means give lis Andrew Sliuman.
WHAT WILLIAM NAIIt
The contractors of the Cairo and St.
Louis railroad company made n contract
with a lone woman to establish a station
on her Unu, or to put.dowii a side track,
if she would have her hum platted and
give to them alternate lots, .Some of Hie
directors of the company weio s.urprUcd
when somebody told them that the con
trsctors, after obtaining the alternate lots,
had neglected to establish the Nation or
put down the aide track, and had, when
the unreasonable lono woman objected,
transferred the title of tho lots to a cer
tain attorney of the company. Mr.
Souther believed tills to bo a proper
transaction, although somebody told him
s It was not. He explained the lot-taking
affair, lit said, in hearing of tho
board, in his bland way: "They give
this explanation;" whereupon, Director
rTilUau M. Morrison, remarked, in his
tarclDJo way: "That u a dd rascally
explanation, by a d-d raically shyster,
t a d-U rascally transaction." Wejdo
tot of course know who Col. Morrison
yt-f-uU by "rascally shyster;" and ws re--ojrat
to snake a record of the Colonel's
-AiuMt.srf-Swaarlug a UttUi ou occasions.
But that to what the Colonel said; and
v wa fcalbrt tho little breeze bit remark!
raUed was of great lienellt to the lone
woman. c tell IhN httlo story for tho
purpose of remarking to the City-Council
that If It Intend to plat Its farm and give
every alternate lot to the Cairo and St.
Louis railroad company, It would be well
to get the promised station located before
It make the real estate tranfer.
r no Y TOM AT SIT. LOVIft.
On last Saturday, Paul Uoyton, the
man who travels the ocean path In an In
dia rubber dress, made an experimental
trip on tho Mississippi river from Alton
to St. Louts. Thellfe-savlng dress Is com
posed ot India rubber in the
shape of the human form and
covering the entire body, arms,
legs and head, except n small open
lug for the eyes, noc aud month. On the
right foot there Is a brass socket In wnlch
can be lifted n mast about four feel long
by one Inch In diameter, to which he at
taches two sails.
Boy ton carried with him a paddle
knife, nxc, fog-horn, rockets, carrier pig
eons, llhIng-pole, compass, rltlc, carpet
bag and various articles of food.
Ho started iroin . Alton at sl.v
o'cloek In the morning and
reached (he rtt. Louis bridge about-half-pat
one In the, ufteruoou. At Ills
scl's point he was incl by a -leaiuer with
a pally ot citi.ons on hoard who had
sailed up the stream for the purpose of
seeing Uoyton in the water and his in.in
Hgcmeut of hl traveling accoutrements.
The exhibition was perfectly satisfactory.
"He blew a welcome fro m his fog-horn,
turned a flip-flop, set sail mid scudded
round tho strainer; ho produced plgcoua
from a pouch at his Mile, which he ill.,
palehcd with .-upiw-ltltlou- ines-ngr;
loose board wem thrown to
him, which he lashed together and
formed info a very comfortable raft.
From this coign of vantage, h" waved
lings at iippu.blc veuN In the dis
tance and let off rockets presumedly at
night to attract the attention of ships dip
ping under nrrHng above lh linrt.un
He angled for 1Kb and, to .-how that
they might have been cooked if ho
bad caught any, he kindled a lire on his
raft, aiid after going "through the mo
tions" of eating tho Imaginary fish, he
lighted u cigar and irad a newspaper, and
ended the exhibition by loadlng.shonldcr
crlng anil then discharging tho contents
ofhlsrlllc. The vast crowd ol pcoplo
who witnessed the performance cheered
. iiiiivi; ir ii i
The good people who assert that we
wish to drive the Cairo aud St. Louis
road out of Ihc city arc mistaken. Wo
believe they arc not unaware of this lact.
Wo labored, at much sacrifice of money,
time, business and friends to get the road
into Cairo, and wish it to remain ; but it
does not therefore follow that wc must
give to the gentlemen who control tho
road all they ask for. The company
must bring Its road into Cairo, and all its
talk about being driven away lrom I ho
city is the veriest bosh.
Who is to blame lor the present con-
dUlon ortkrTalra? Are wo? The com
pany had for Its road-bed, within the city
limits, the top ol tho finest 'leyeo in tho
Mississippi; valley. Without any effort
worthy tho name to prevent the calam
ity, it permitted the levee to be washed
luto the river. Wc ore told that this
could not be prevented by the company ;
but the men who say so, declare In the
next breath that tho Trustees of the
Cairo City Property should have pre
vented It, and that they could have done
so. Xo matter ; the levee was washed
away, and the city was compelled to
build another one.
"Let me get on It," says the railroad
'vtiiar. will you do for the privilege?
Will you protect It agalust erosions ?"
"No 1 eaunot do that," is the reply ;
"1 can't cope with the difficulty : tho city
must do that."
"Very well ; no matter ; your promise)
would amount to nothing; it company
that could deny the contract it made with
the Trustees would deny any contract It
might make with tho city. The best
thing the city cart do U to enter into no
agreement witli you. Co down on the
outside ol the now levee. You can get
the right of way on the outside for noth
ing, and the only thing required of you
will be to protect the river bank and
stand between the washing waters and
Who say thU will drive the little road
out of town? Tell that to tho niailnes
Aud It it docs there are courts that may
bo asked to coiutiel it to come In again.
; iu nr, ciiaxmi: t no.n -.-
Tho .tritts-Joitmnl does u lujti-tlcp
when it savs wc wore the friend of (he
Cairn ami St. Louis railroad until the ed
itor of the Bi'M.ui.v ceased to be an olli
cWl of the company, and that Ihcu we
changed our tune and have been "sing
ing differently ever since." This charge
requires of us a few words ol reply.
Mr. Olicrly wa? appointed a iliuclnr of
the Cairo and St. Louis railroad company
by tho (TovcrniT of the State upon tho
nomination of the City Council of Cairo
and the Hoard ol Commissioner of Al
exander county. He occupied tht pod
tlon for several years, during which time
he labored with all his en
ergy Jto secure tho completion
of the road in Hccoidaueo with the con
tract to build It. For this labor ho re
ceived not one cent, and out of his own
pocket paid nearly all the expense he
was put to In tho discharge of his duty
as director. And more than this, ho hot
only paid his own expenses to tervo the
people or hi, city aud county without
recompense, but Ids efforts to secure the
completion of the road lost him valuable
patronage In his business, subjected him
to much abuse nnd gained him no new
friends. Tho position was not, there
fore, one he could have any sellhh reason
for desiring to retain.
During the thno Mr. O. was in the
board ot directors, he voted always In
the Interest of the city and county ho
represented, Becoming conviuecd that
Me.irs. Pay son 4 Co., advised by W, H.
Bwli, Esq., aid byn Mr. Hmlther-
were determined to obtain pns-o-slon of
Ihe road beforo It had been completed In
accordance with tho contract, Mr. ().
vlth.TudgBKHS,Judgo Crawford and Mr,
Bouton, resisted the attempts made by
the contractors to get possession of a ma
jority of thestock. Wheu the contractors
had succeeded lu doing this, and called n
meeting ot tho stockholders for the pur
pose of electing directors who would give
to them tho road lor the purpose
of gobbling the little thing nnd declining
It finished, Mr. O. and Judge Uross
made every possible effort to detent this
shameful proceeding. Mr. 0. reported
the facts to the City Council and Comity
Commissioners, but without result. The
consequence wa, Messrs. Payson & Co.,
with Mr.,Searlcs, Mr.'Smlthcra nnd other
gentlemen, entered Into possession ot the
road nud began to complete It by ii-Iug
Ihe money of the company Instead of
by using the money of tho contractors
The Bi:i.m.mx eallud attention to these
facts, but to no piirpo-c. As usual,
our citizens who should have, mnnlfc'ed
an Interest In the matter, dozed on.
'i'hls is a brief and fair statement ol
our relations to the Cairo and St.
Louis railroad. Wo can not believe that
any fair man will hcitutc In acknowledge
that it ii a record wo have no reason to
be asliHined of.
.N OKXI'AMMMX' A I.I.I AXTIIS WITH
Tim ArftHfJuiirii'il preaches Well but
practices badly It say, with apparent
candor, that the city should take no part
with any ouipwatlon lu Its quarto! with
any other corporation. Then it Immed
lately pnveeds to attempt In lead the
city into th" light between tin Cairo ami
St. Louis railroad company and the
TruVeo of the Cairo City Property
Wehclictcwc can, without difficulty,
prove this as-ertlon.
There Is now war between the Cairo
.md St. l.ouls railroad company and tho
Trustees of the Cairo City Property.
The cuimim le Hi Is thN: the Trustees
assert that, In consideration of the light
of way over the Mlsl.-sppl lcree and
other valuable thing? given by them to
tho company, it agreed to protect tho
levee from destruction by the erod
ing waters ol the Mlssi'-lppi ; I'C
the company has failed to perft"m Us
tiart of the contract; and Ihar, to compel
the company to do Its duty In this re
gard, they are moving upon lt works.
Tho company, on Its part, denies that It
entered Into snWi a contract, declares
that It " not Hgrco protect the river
bank from erosions, and asks tho city to
permit It to get Inside of the lovee and
cross certain streets so that it will not be
under tho necessity ot expending money
In re.lstauco of the currents of tho
river so that it will not he compelled to
comply with the contract it made with
tho Trutec. It says to the City Coun.
ell: "Taylor dues not tell tho truth. I
did not agree to protect the banks from
erosions. To nsk me to do so Is not lair.
To do so will require much money and
much labor. If you refuse to let me
come lnldo the new levee or run
on top of It, 1 will be compelleJ
to build an embankment on the outside
aud the river will attack me beforo It does
you. I will bo compelled to light with It
beforo you do. You ought not to nsk
this of me. I have $200,000 of your and
the county's bonds, and therefore yon
should get between me and the ilver, so
that I may bo saved from tbo expense of
resisting the washing propensities of Ihe
river. If yon compel mo to go on the
outside of the Joyce 1 must spend money
lu protecting the river banks and will be
obliged to do all I can to get the govern
ment to look lu this direction. It you do
this you will force mo to comply with the
contract I made with the Trustees."
"The little road is right," says the .-I.
J. "The contract that Taylor speaks of
Is only a pretended one, and the city
should not hesitate to do what Messrs.
Cauda and S?arls require. Give them
what you have no right to give the top
ot tho levee for their track ; or, If not
this, let them get Inside tho levee. In
this way the 'trustees may bo defeated."
This IS the maimer In which our neigh
bor would have tho city attend to his own
For our part, wo vUh the city to enter
Into no entangling alliances with any
Norpnrathm. Wo have a levee a piece
of a lovee ol our own. Heforu wo would
build It we icqalrcd Trutee Taylor to
dedicate Ihe ground on which It was to
he locatd to tho city as a public street.
Why ? llofausu wo wl-hed It beyond th
control of the Trustees, bliall we now
that wc have avoided tho Trustee frying
pan ruli Into the Narrow-Gauge llre'r
Is It wl-e to surifud'.T to oue corporation
what wo wcie so iMieful to seciiru against
another corporation V We believe it
would he folly to do so.
Hut If we do mil she to this load the
levee why not permit it to come Inside?
Hecate if the railroad company cannot
get t lie tup of th'i lowe or iicro It aud
certain street, Messi. Cauda, Searls
and Siulthers will bo compelled to seek
their depot grounds at the Old Fort by
going down ou Ihe outside ol tho now
levee. This uill glc to our city greater
security against tho dangers of high wa
ter. It will throw the railroad embank
ment between the lovee and the river,
and il tho destruction of i ho hanks con
tinues, tho company will be cjiupcllrd to
Mayor Winter aud Mr. Line
gar need not tell lis that the
company canui'l do this that
It is too poor that tho tack
is too great. To say this, Is to say,
that a tusk thoso gentlemen nro unwill
ing to impose upon a railroad company
they aro willing to Impose upon the city,
tor if tho road Is not between tho lovee
and tho river, tho attack ol tho river will
bo first made upon tho levee, umlthU the
city will bo compelled to protect. Tho
railroad company, poor as It Is Is ilcher
than tho city, and it possible It should ho
compelled to go between tho city and tho
watery danger that Is at ourdoors. Tills
It will bu compelled to do If the City
Council refuses to let tho company put
Its track on the leveo or cross Washington
aveuue and certain oilier streets.
''ho Wonilliull lectures In Chicago
to-night on Ihe "True and the False ra
cially." The Prohibition party have called n
national convention to nominate candi
dates for president and vice-president, to
meet at Cleveland ou tho "th of May.
Qov. Bcverldge last week vMted the
Normal school at Carbondnle and the In
sane asylum at Auti.t. and expressed him
self Well pleased with both.
Win. II. Kerne was sentenced to
leu years In the poillentlary, at .Toilet,
for killing .Inhn McKay In a drunken
quarrel at Pontlaeli't October.
The amount of svag carried away by
the daring robbers o tho Northampton,
Massachusetts, hank which was broken
Into last week, Is t tlmntcd at Ihe neat
sum of $1,000, K. V very good nlght'-j
A Gerinnu girl named Ceila Land,
who mourned bccal'e sho had not been
born rich Instead o' good looking, nnd
was compelled to work out for a living,
committed suicide H' Jumping into tho
turbulent waters of Mrs. .Mich's cistern,
nt Peoria, lat Frirtiy.
A Swede naued Peter Nelson, was
brutally inurilciel by his wife near Rap
ids City, In lb!- ?tnt, on Friday night.
Nelson for sour Ihno beforo his untimely
taking oil" had.i"cuscd his wlfo of lull
dollty, which ho declares drove her to
the deed. Ti'1 Instrument used by Ihe
tnurdeioss vas a small axe, with which
diccompletly severed the. unfortunate
man's liea' from his body.
Barer Ostcrhurg, who represent tho
German itockholders of Ihc Rockford,
Rock IsU'il and St. Luuls railroad, has
decided " complete tho road through
from SM'hig to Rockfoid without delay.
The rwdV corp3 of engineer have been
nrdcrrd to Rockford, ami the work will
coniaieiicc.it once. Ostcrhurg says tho
money i ready wherewith to build the
road and It will bo applied lo that pur
Steph'ii Caldwell, charged with be
ing an accomplice of Tom Ilollon and
others, who murdered n man named
Jack Stln-ou, on tho river forty miles
nboro Mcmpids recently, while Stlnson
was In custody of nn officer, was arrested
at a place called Cuba, fourteen miles
north of that city on Friday, ami sn
placed lu Jail with Bolton, who I alleged
to be the real murderer. Bolton Is said
tojjavc had a hand In tho killing of more
than a rio7.ru men during the paH lllteen
Mrs. Tupper, owe of the most noted
bee raisers in tho State of Iowa, is said to
bo so very eccentric that sho has j;ot her
self into trouble. She Is charged with
having forged tho names of Senator Har
lan and other prominent gentlemen to
notes amounting to S1.C00, at Mar-hal-town,
In Iowa, and haying tho samo dis
counted. These notions on the part of
the lady have been known, it is said, for
some weeks, hut have been kept secret
on account of her former good reputation
and that ot her family.
A youth 15 years old, named Allied
Roddick, living at Louisville, Kentucky,
some months ago formed the acquaint
ance of a Mr.. IU-esu ol Nahvllle, Ten
nessee, with whom he fell passionately lu
love. On last Friday Mrs. Reese forbade
Young Roddick from going to see her,
whereupon the lad procured n pistol and
shot and killed himself. The coroner'a
lury charged Mrs. Rcsse, who Is pro
nounced old enough to h.ivo been Rod
dick's mother, with being the cause of
The Winslow forgeries at Boston,
still continue to excite great Interest, and
now frauds aro dally coming to light.
When this great man took his departure.
It Is supposed for Rotterdam, ho had
S200,000 in gold stowed away in tho
specie room of the steamer on which he
took passage for Holland. Gov. Rice
and tho Massachusetts delcgulon In con
gress aro exerting thcm-clves to have
the government, through the consular
agctits In Kngland ond Germany, uo Its
Influence to secure tho surrender ol the
villain by tho authorities of Rotterdam,
and havo hlui delivered on board an
American vessel for return to tho United
State. Ho would no doubt meet with :i
reception at New York, upon his return,
worthy so distinguished a personage.
Alton, In this State, has new water
works which cost the city $100,000. The
formal trial and inauguration took place
on Friday afternoon last, In the presence
of tliectly council and a number of visi
tors from abroad, and tin- test proved
Illrolinu- I mill Mim.-", Cmiu-rli, llrou-i-hllli.
tiiHiuiiilliiii. a Vt'uiiilvrlul
ltoniiMKit. N. Y Jan, 111, 1671.
1!. V. j'elrce, M. I)., Ilullalo, N. Y. ;
1)i:aii Sin I had suffered limn Catarrh
in an aggravated form lor about twelve
years and for .-evernl years from bron
chial trouble. Tried many doctors and
tilings with no lasting henellt. In May,
'7'.', becoming new ly worn out with ex
cessive editorial 'labors on a paper in
New Yoik city, II was attacked with
bronchitis in a ?cn ro form, sullerhig al
most a total loss lif voice. I returned
homo here, hut had been homo only two
weeks when I was Jonipletely prostrated
with liemorrliagu loui tho lungs, ,Wbi7
c.,.,., "ill;:..- ....? ..iitrf
v, .....I (Mr
two HYiAs, (intl
Hup tjitUit i'iriii
jimi nine limine
lu this Sen-
vj nine ' ays
tember following, I Improved sufficiently
to no aiiio to he about, tliougU In a very
feeble state. My bronchial trouble re
mained and tho catarrh was tenfold
worse than beforo. livery ellort for re
lief seemed liultless. 1 seemed to bo
losing ground dally. I continued In this
feeble state, itilslng blood almost daily
until about the ilrst of March "73, when
I became so bad as to bojeutlicly con
lined to the house. A friend suggested
your reincdlH. But I was extremely
skeptical that they would du mo good, as
I had lost all heart lu middles, and be
gan to look iqiou medicine and doctors
with dls'jtwt, However. 1 obtained
one of your circulars, mi
road It carefully, from which I came lo
tho conclusion that you understood your
business, at least. 1 dually obtained a
quantity of Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy,
vour Golden .Medical Discovery and Pel
lets, and commenced their vigorous use
according to directions. To my surprise,
1 soon began to Improve. Tho Dlsr overy
aud Pellets, In a short time, brought out
u severe aruptlon, which continued for
several weeks, I felt much better, my up
petite improtKl, and I gained In strength
rfvjE Tcouu SinSi.S0ili? 'i.'i n.".ood "J1". "AX0" wou,'l wlfll' "'
and Ciinri wnt .Trvi?mSk,ldAhrmL During- the war irold wontuptoaOO
their ow" Wkyli thK! ihibi aJd h" V51!" bBk' bnt 'r "em to ''Old
(TlieiimiuAieUiirrnhy (lie line of ialinlil Jlnchliif ry me nmlilrd to ninke tin- iiline roh-linlM
ClKiir.nl a co'l or Iwrrty-H-vcn r rrnl Icm IIiiiii ntlirr .Muiiurtctimri inn iirniliic C'lfrnf
omul iiimlllj-, thus KlhiRtlK'lrnK-nt nn ni)H)rliinlty In kiiiiiiIj uieiktift Willi ti iirlor lo rent
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lifni Ihcuilc, hy sfllinicii Hindi t.lgar nt tho mini rule n ihr, (en, liny, urn box
lly iiiollitjnx n feiiiKle iiRtiiey In a city, they I'lMU-eiilrnte tin Ir luHlneM, reduce Ihi-lr liwnn anil
evpcnu'i, mi. I keep up lheiiiulllyiir the ( lipir, lor the Inuliiiil iclniiiluKu ol Ihein-tlrts, Ihr eon.
Milium, Mel their Kj-ciiti,
Civo th.Qtti a Trial and "bo Con.vin.cod.
Sole Agents, Cairo, Ills.
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Importer and Wholosale Dealer In
Wines and Liquors
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Kcopj a full stock of
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FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
ONLY $125 A YEAR.
anil llosli. In tlirco inontli every vrstlff
of I'.ttnrrh was goao, the lironclillls had
nearly 1 Nap pea red, hail no cough what
ever anil I had entirely eea'ed to rain
hlood ; mid, contrary to the expectation
of some of my IrieniN. the cure has re
mained Hrniain:nt. I have had no mote
hcniorrhages from the limg-i, nnd inn en
tirely free from catarrh, from which I hail
sntrered so much and so long. The ileht
of gratitude I owe for the ble"hi": I have
received at your hands, knows no
botiniK I urn tlioroiihlysfttUllc(l.from
my experience, that your medicines will
master tho worn forms of that odlu dis
ease Catarrh, n? well ns throat and lun;;
disease-. I have recommended them to
very many and 'hall over speak in their
praise. Urate lullv vours,
Wm. f I. Sphncki:.
P. O. Hox M)7. liochtster, X. V.
Blake A Go-
B. F. PARKER,
r?aihts, Oils, Varnishes,,
CVrll Pnpcr, Window Glass, Win ,
dow Shades, &c.
Always on hnuil, ttie celebrated Illuminating
23 1 Lldlnp;.
Corner Eleventh Street and
VAitnri v ktohi:.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN TIIE CITY.
Qoodo Sold Very OJobo.
Oorner 10th St. and Cominorclul Av, I
C. 0. FATIER & CO.
NORTH SIDE 0
Between Wuahln-too and Commarelnl
PILLEB CWAR m FIVE CEW
Tho Pcoplo'H Romcdy.
Tho Universal Pain Ext uctor.
Koto: Ask tor Pond' Extract.
Tuko n u other.
'llMir- fur Iwlll uk of i-.xfillrntililna.'
I lij Ill-Ion to Man UT V.tMtt,
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REMEDY L, nntl unit Slro:,iniry.
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INTERN AL:'ri.H anil llniiln, Clmt
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Moiitii IIIIpn. Inrcct
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t'liiHH UriiKKlMN.Hml ii-commcululby
all linifigUt'i, rhyslriuim, ami etvrj
' limly wliu lin i.vcr 1 1 -x.il It.
I roiiiiil.t cuiituinliiK HUtory ami Vte mull-
il Irif on iiiilh-lIon, If nut I'niiuiUt your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
m-s-is-oiy YorU a,,,, ,',,,,,,u"'
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholoale unit Ttetull fJcatorn In
Forolgu and Domostio
W CIVICS OF AMi KINIW,
No. 60 Ohio Levoo,
ATESflt?. Sltmi ft CO. have coustaully ,
i XV 1 a larirc atock or Uia Lut hoik i In tin- mar.
j kt, atiJ , glya mntltX attention lotb iIkmIii
Leading Journal of Southern
WIlWIeadlaMlr uM.ooe the polltfei Ol til
tlcpulillr'tn Juity, nnd rcfum to bt tram
melH a the dictation nt any clique In th
It lijft i e that tlio llepittillean party liu
fulfllloit It uiltolon, nnd fiat the Demo
cratic psrty s now organ!! if slioulu beta
I "-tired to power.
It hvlleiia tho lloillckl tfrapiiy that bt
for scm-mI yt-ars opprc-s'td the Hontb
shouM he overthrown anU the people r,l in
Soulhrrn .States peioilttcd to control thra
It hollovet ttitt railroad corporatloa
should ho prohibited by Itgia'atlTe f cattl
rucnt. from oitortinf and unjustly dnerun
InatliiK In tlifir lnnlncu trauiacttom wttk
It recoKtilrei Iht cquidltr of all biq b
fore the law.
It advocates froc oimiur.t tariff for
It aittoctlut renimiitlnn ol srerlc ;
nent, and hor.e.t payment of tbo pn'-ltc
it advocitei econoio) ia tha alffllnlirra-
tlon ol public nflalr."
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