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Tk trial Call of the NMIoanl Ilrm-
Th National Democratic Committee, to
whom la delegated the power of tlxlng Ilia
time and place of holding the National Den
ocrmtlc soBveutlon ot 1870, have appointed
Tuetday, the twenty-seventh dy of.Inno
next, noon, a the time, and elected St,
LouU as the place of holding cucli ronven
tlon. KacliSUtc will be rolltlcd to a represen
tation ciitl to double the number id IU
senators and representatives in the coif
grew of the United State; and the terrl
lory of Colorado, wlioio admlislon In July
at a State will jflr It a vote Id the next
electoral college, U also Invited to bend del
egtttn to the convention.
Democratic, Conservative and other clll
zena ol the United State), Irrespective of
past political associations, desiring to co
operaU.w tth the Democratic party In Its
present cflort and object, aie cordially In
vitcd to Join In (tending delegates to the
national convention. Co-operation Is dc
sired from all persons win would change
an administration that has MitTcred tho
public eredltto become and remain Inferior
toother and lesi favored nttlons ; has per
mitted commerce to be taken away by for
clge powers; has stilled trade by unjust,
unequal and pernicious Icgls'atlon ; lias
Imposed uniKtlal taxation and rendered it
most burdnromo ; lias limited growing
prosperity Into widespread nHVeilm and
want; has squandered the publls moneys
recklessly and dellintly, and shatnclesiy
used the power that should have been s.vll't
to punliih crime, to protect it.
Kor these and oilier reasons tlio national
Democratic party deem the publle, danger
imminent, and earnestly desirous of secur
ing to our country the blessings of an
economical, pure and free givcrnni'nt,
cordially invite the co-operation of their
fellow-cltlzeinln the efloit ti atta'n thl
Thomas A. Walker, Alabama.
8. it. Cockrill, Arkansas.
Frank McCappin, Cnllfornla.
William U. Uarntim. Connecticut
Charles Hcastcn, Delaware.
Charles K. Dyke, rlorida.
A. H. Lawton, (Itiorgla.
Gyrus II McCormlck. Illinois
1 nomas uowilng, Indiana.
M. M. Ham, Iowa.
Isaac K. Eaton. Kani.is.
Ilcnry 1). Mcllcnrr, Kentucky.
Henry D. Oa'Jcii. l.oulina.
U. D. .M. Sweat, Maine.
A. Leo Knott, Maryland
William A. Moore. Mlshlgan.
William IxH'hren, Minnesota.
J. H. Sharpe. Mississippi.
.Tno. (i. Jrlet, Missouri.
Hco. I.. Miller, Nebraska.
Ihos. 11. Williams, Nevada.
M. V. H. Kdgcrly, New Hampshire.
TUeo. r . Itandoliib, New Jersev.
M. W. Hansom, North Carolina".
John U. Thompson, Ohio.
.1 ames K. Kidley, Oregon.
James 1. Hrr, I'cnnsyUanla.
Nicholas VanSlyck, lthode I.Und.
fhoa. Y. nltnons, Bouth Carolina.
iv tulam 1W Bate, Tennessee.
F. 8. Stockdslc. Tex-.
B. B.Hmaltey, Vermont.
John Ooode.jr.. Virginia.
John UWr lloge. West Virginia.
Ucoige H. Paul, Wisconsin,
Thomas M. l'attcrion, Colorado.
AUGUSTUS SCHEU,, Neiv York,
KlIKimtCK o. 1'niKCX, Mxsehusctt-,
Secretary National Democratic Com.
WjlSMINflTn.v, February 2-J, 1870.
The president's illness U said to be a
warning of apoplexy.
W.19HI.VOION iKople, Democrats and
Ih'imbllcan, denominate isclieiick'e itory
. decidedly thin.
I'ltoMi.NKxr Washington Democrats
confidently predict n victory lor the
party in Connecticut.
Oath says tho Grants are money,
jfctters but not inoney-fcccpers and that
the president will go out of oOlco pooe.
Ex-Gov. Ambh ot Mississippi will take
ins carpet Day to Minnesota wlicro lie
will engage in politics and tlin lumber
Bex Hill denies that ho is preparing a
speech on secession or any other subject
aud we are thankful-it might have lien!
but It Isn't.
Thk brutal hu-baml who beau hit wife
In California after this will be punished by
a public whipping, It the police catch lilm
and his wife don't Interfere.
Skcukiaicy Hiiistow h.i directed the
retirement of $188,111, which U so pt.r
cent, of tho new national bank clrcttla.
tlon Issued during the present month.
0. W. CiiiLu'h niiladclphia l.ljtr lias
paid so well that lm is compelled to en-
ins paper and .make
ton hole lor the
accomodation of tlin
constantly accumulating obituary uoetrv
"iiitnis pucu a pathetic
toatureoi the Journal.
Ciuvulkb, Miicc hu has been in t,u
Uepartment of the Interior, has removed
svtral hundred clerks, among whom
were many soldiers, aud has UlUd the
vacancies with his personal friend. The
.-nineni is now called the Depart-
Till! llous.. ,.(:cl t.(,lmiljlu.u ,
Centennial t., ,,Mn u,,s rvkf
Monday lust the to,aw , u.o iroi.Ic.it
orT. i . . i . . ,,,,! ' '"'Innan
of tho board on behalf orthu,.xe,.u ,
jsartineuts, showing tho iiiecskiiv r... ..,
dltloiial uppropilation, lias ngrce.l to 'ri.
porta resolution appropriating Vif u
million more, which will soon I hi pie,t.
icportiu in hpiingiicld on
Wednesday, on what heeined ta w, ,rnnii
authority, tht Albert Smith, tho chief
1 Jo,,n '' "ariicr, the
r; HtaU collec
nau gone to Was!
Washington, and had
STr" ,atte to thcderalca-
WS? rftUUu, 10 ' old Pekln
whUky rta and the political ring 1 co
nectloo tbwwlth lu 1870 and wa
Tim Chicago Tribuiir, l,iintlug Hu
strength of Judge David Davis before the
people, anil fearful that tho Democrat
may make lilm their candidate for the
presidency, has begun to talk common
places about thu dangers that will result
from translating n member of tliu su
preme court from its bench Into the chlel
executive olllce ol the Itepuhlic. The
eondutlon it arrives at,l, that tin uieiii
here) that court .should ever be per
mitted to become n eamlldate for any
While we admit that mi olllie-eeklng
Jiidlcinry would be , jjreat
evil, we rannot l coiivliiceil
that the presidency should not
be permitted to seek a good man even
though he does occupy n seat upon the
supreme bench. Let It oncu become the
Inflexible rule that acceptance of the
commtision of justice of the supreme
court ll perpetual banishment from pub
lic llle-that the moment the silk robe
falls uitou a man's shoulders he need not
care for public sentiment that In that hi
stant he mutt abandon all hope ol ever
again hearing thu voice of Uiupcoplu say
ing to him : "Come up higher, "let this
rule be established, and thu supreme
court will thus be forever handed over
to thu surliness of disappointed ambition
and thu stolidity ol mediocrity that w ill
look down from thu bench astonished at
thu great hlghth to which it had been
oiiiuicu ociiiiiu. io tins hencii, says
tho Trihiiii', mora than one person who
entertained vexatious aspirations to the
presidency has been hauMicd .McLean
oodbury, Chase. Indeed, II the Trih
s correct, the supreme court U even now
used as i place to which our political
...ul! . . I t I. .It
iwines uiiiimi ineir iniportiinate as
plranU to the presidency; mid the
tpicstloa to be asked N not: "In
'what particular manner did Justice
.it-.,. ,i , . ...
.mc uisuiiguisii nunscil so
'inuchlkat he became worthy of a place
'In this high court y" but: "In whoso
way wis this man';" Is it not to be
presumed that a court thus composed ol
troubleioino politicians will long continue
to have thu respect of the pcopln that
It will long be composed ot good law
yers? Lincoln, says the Tsi'iiine, extin
guished Chase's presidential aspiration
by sodding him Into the supremo court.
If this Is true, would a president like
Grant, if appointment to the stipieme
court were banishment from thu presi
dency, hc.sitlate a moment to put on that
bench." man like lllalne,nlthoiigh no law.
yer, ll by doing mi he could get
him out ol tho way? lint
et it Income a acognied fact that hu
who alters the supreme court as a tiicin.
bur, leaves behind him hope of future
preferment, and the Chase?, McLeans,
and Voodbutys will not submit to mch
banlsitufiit. They will remain out ot
the court, and It will be given up to thu
illl:uncs of the bar.
Such a rule would remove the court .-u
far Ircm the people It would become a
curse Instead of a blessing. It is a la
mentable lact, that our greatest political
danger lies eoiicealed in the United States
courts. Thu bulges of theu court,
careless ot public opinion, thinking in a
iui, Uccomu isclt-coiistuiitcd legislators.
They make more laws than the legisla
tures of the country, and the law- they
do enact arc too seldom in the interest of
the many. Step by step they walk in the
direction of consolidated power. Hence
we do.not wish our judges to lu ruUcd en
tirely out of the atmosphere ot popular
iiiiuieiice, as nicy wouiu uc ir iitc rule la
slsted.tipon by tho Tribimt were estab
liihed. Ifcblfc opinion, If excluded Irom
thucourt room by rule, would break down
the doors, and entering witli a linn step
crush the Judges with its power, it re
versed the Drcd Scott decision; it will
yet reverse the Dartmouth College decis
ion ; It will always, as It ulwavs should.
triumph over all oppisltlon. It Is more
powerlul than supreme Judges, and the
mioor of the Tribune that it has not been
unheeded by Judge Davis does not take
from that gentleman any of the high re
spect in which we hold him.
:HVIUS OX THE JKl i ii:si.
Captain John Cowdon, an rstitnable
gentleman or Memphis, has an aver.-lou
to the Kails Jetties. When they were llrst
suggested, he swore a good round news-
pacr oath that the suggestion was ridic
ulous, and hu was conlldcnt as he was
ot his existence that thu lcttles could
not be permanently established. He
knew absolutely knew that a pile
driven down would never get Into linn
clay; and his opinion seemed to be, that
tnelvcssels that had sunk in tliu Paws
years ago were going down day after
day, further ami further Into the mud,
and would, lielbro they came to a linn
bed, be probably several miles fioni thu
surface ol the water. Hut Cant. Kails.
undismayed by these predictions, pro-e-euted
hU labors, lie drove Ids piles
from thu Ihiid's end, hi parallel row,, one
thousand lect from each other, out to
waid deep water up to and over the
crcht of thu bar. Alongside these piles
he sank his willow iiiattrcse.s-oim hun
dred feet in length and tllty feet in width
-and loaded them with rocks. Prompt,
ly the current began to do the Captain's
urh. u uegau to cut the b.u
deepen thu water; and so
eessiuny has this ,k
prosccnteii, that even Capt. Cowdon
now says, with evidently some dlsap
polntiucut iu his voice: "I think It
quiio probable Mr. KmU may "ut twentv
'lect of water through his Jetties; hut,"
he adds, with the evident hope that tliu
pit'ilictlon may breomu (act, "thu bar
'will movu out all the timu Just ahead of
'him precisely as it has been doing sincu
r.,t sounded by M. Porgut, tho French
Incer, In 1718, who said It was coin
r::'',;!,:!,,,n:,'''l'tlownbythucur. 'when it 'N 1,1"S",,', """ ""'I'M
l"IM 1,1 intact with the ,lt
water or the gulf."
Vc do not believe that Capt. Cowdon's
prediction will bo reall.ed. We uro sure
it will not bs. The Immense force Capt.
Kuds has utlli.cd to remove the bar will
not permit It to form again. How hen
ho done this work r Hu m ku,py i.
creased the tho volume of water In thu
TMF. ftllPNr.Mt: l OI'RT A SIB
Pass, ami by Increasing It has nude the
current ot the water running through It
tnori! rapid thereby giving to the water
the ability to carry more sediment than
It did before. This current, with this
additional sediment-bearing ability, he
has (brown against the bur, from
which It has taken up sediment
and carried It out beyond the
gull-end of the Jetties. Ill this way he
has worn away thu bar. "lint Just a,
'the end or the Jellies" says Capt,
Cnwdnu echoing General Humphreys,
"the mud that made the liar and which
has thus been carried through Hie Jellies,
will come Into conlael with Ihe salt wa
'ler ol itlie gull and fall to the bottom,
'lorinlng a new bar.' It will do no such
thing. The sediment-bearing water ot
the river will roll down the slope of the
Pass, like a sled sliding down the snow
covered sides of a hill, aud when it
reaches the lout of the slope will roll out
through the waters of the gulf, just as
the coasting sled, when it reaches the
loot ol the hill, slides out over the level
ground until gravity overcomes tho Im
pelling power. In this way,
thu bar will bo dl-tributed
hi deep water over a grent
distance. "Hut," it may be said, "Its
'mud will be at last deposited on the bo!
'tom of the gull, beyond the mouth of
'the Jetties, and thus a new bar will be
'formed, Just as Capt. Cowdon predicts."
Well, even If we admit this, wu may
safely assert, that thu now bar
will not rise to within twenty lect of the
water's surface within the next live hun
dred years ; and heyoud that peilod we
do not care to look.
mi: itiMTii or aiki:.-4 wiho.n.
Wu lind thu following !u the Mt. Car
inel HrgUtrr of March aoth :,
For low-down stinginess thu town of
Carbondale Is entitled to wear thu belt.
Mr. Aiken, a lornier publisher of tliu HU
iioiiaii. mill his child, with ii'iii'illi-
pcruiittcd to die tor want of thu common
est necessaries .ot lire literally starved
to death. The house lu which they died
was destitute of furnllure.cooklng utensils
aud food of any kind. All this
iu a city which claims to be
the Athens of Kgypt ; where the
Southern Illinois University Is located ;
where the Statu pays thousands of dollars
for thu education of future .statesmen.
Charitable, Christian ;CarbomJale a city
where it is deemed a sm to drink whisky,
but which penults honest, respectable citi
zens to starve to death. Thu Hfnistcr wlH
chip In a nick le towards purchasing u
leather medal for the cilv council ot that
trlclly temperate, but unmistakably
mean ciry ol Larnonuaie.
Paragraphs of similar Import to this
ire now lloatlng about the land In every
direction. They do to the. good people
of Carboudulu very great Injustice.
Mr. Alkeu, thu unfortunate gentleman
whose untimely death, thu eau-e of tills
sciiudalous report, gave much sorrow to
hislriends and acquaintances, was, n fL.(
a mixture of minister, editor and printer.
Occasionally he woiildexhoit sinners to
invest iu thu scheme ot Cliri.-tuhi -alva-
liou. so that they might
"read their title clear
Tu mansions In Hie Uc-
then hu would use his pencil in tliu busi
ness of instructing the people through
newspaper columns, and airaln eke out
a livelihood by picking types from ca-es.
A gciitlc-dNpositioned men, without
great energy or the ability to command n
high position cither as preacher, editor
or printer being too much of all these to
excel as cither ho did not, as every one
may know, gather about him many of
the luxuries or even thu comforts ot this
life. He died a poor man, as how many
havedonu before hlui.' as how many
now living and yet to be born will do
hereafter: Hut that hu died for want of
bread Is so false a report that wu must
give to it moet emphatic contradiction.
Our contradiction becomes prool otthe
falsehood of the .starvation charge made
by tho traduccrs of Carbondale, when wc
say that Mr. Aiken was, at thu time or his
death, a bcncilciary member or the socie
ty known as the Odd Fellows. Xo Odd
Fellow ever suflcred for want ol bread Iu
any community in which there was an
Odd Fellows' lodge. It Is the prldu
of this MWcty, that, although tho
poor crowd into its doors laborers and
artisans lhoo who earn Iheir bread in
the sweat of their faces those whose
means of obtaining bread are cut oil"
when disease robs them of the ability
to ;iabor yet not one ol its
members has ever become an object of
public charity the inmate or an
alms-house. "To visit the sick, bury tho
'dead and relieve the distressed,' is tho
command of the law ol this society, an
Imperative duty which Odd Fellowship
enjoins, and each member Is entitled
not as a charity, but ,iS a right to a cer
tain amount of monev each week, and
two watchers each night, ol his sickness.
At every meeting or each lodge, iiuuieill.
ately alter the reading of the minutes,
thu question is asked: "Does any
'brother know ot a sick brother, or a
dirothcr Iu distress?" and Just before the
louge is closed tlilsothcrqucstion is nked:
" Are there any case requiting the
chailty of tho order?" In replying
to these questions, with actions a wefl
as words, tha Odd-Feliows of America
expended in 1875 about $2,000,000. It will
not do therefore to say that Mr. Aiken,
the Odd-Fcllow, living In Carbondale,
where his lodge was located, was pel.
mlttcd to starve, to death that hu child
was compelled to follow lis lather to thu
unknown land beciuse there were no
hands to glvu to It thu necessities of llle.
The charge is a greater insult to the Odd
Fellows of Illinois than to thu cltUcus
of Carbondale. We pronounce It tube
n;i)ii mt; wirxKNtK-i.
I hu Slnte Jimnml says that It required
thu Intervention of tho adinlnl-tratlon
and a promise of pardon to fetch Mandi,
thu witness, back Irom Canada. Hut tho
Journal forgets that this promlso was not
made until the Democrats, in reply to the
charges preferred by thu Itepublieans,
called attention to thu fact that the presl
dent might give the witness protection, If
he wished to.and not until a bill had been
introduced, thu purpose of which was to
protect witnesses. Then tho admliilsim.
j tlon promhed (hu Informer pardon. This
pioinlse wasa piilUlea! movement. Ti e
administration saw that, if It continued
to pursue Ihe pulley of w ltnessdnllmlda
tlon, the Democrat, by the passage ol
tiie wlthcss.pi citcctlng bill, would obtain
great rdvaiitago ol tho Jlepubllean
party. It, therefore, ollcred to Match lis
protection, and the iifTrlghted Informer
Bui what follows? Aware ol thu fact,
that other witnesses had lied to Canada
witnesses who-e presence at Washington
Is necessary to uncover the mcalHy of
other cabinet ulllecrs whose lesllmony
must be hail inenable congress to gel
NYan I, in llraiit, In thie
.Venier In Hi"' -
the Demnerals pressed through the house
the wHnes.pnilcrtlng bill mid sent It to
tho senate. There It "hangs lire" there
It will probnhly tarry until Us beard be
grown until It head is bald until, in
deed, Us head Is cold. There It w ill,
lu all probabillty.dle. The Hepubllcaus,
Iu thu bcliellliat the country will be sat
isfied with it 4 compelled action lu
the Marsh matter, will not, unless public
sentiment compel tlitm, further en
danger the leaders ol their party aud
and their proK.cts of success this Fall
by permitting Ihe witnesses who knew of
their villainies, and who are watching
nnd wall leg over the border, to return
with a promise of no punishment pro
vided they tell the truth, the whole truth
and nothing but thu truth. Tho i.'epub
Hems will not fetch back wltiics-es to
testify to Hepubllcan robbciles.
AHAISNT 'I WO.
The Jonesboro (luzcttc, opposing thu
iiiinieritorious Merrltt policy of a multi
plicity or Democratic conventions this
year, says :
Nearly all the States In which elections
are to be held for State olllcers, have held,
or are upon thu eve of holding their con
vention". There Is no valid
reason, so far as we can
see, why Illinois should not
rollow in tho van. Nothing is to be
gained by procrastination. Let thu State
convention be assembled and let the De
mocracy publish to the world the plat
form upon which they Intend to stand.
If it lias no other effect, It will serve to
strengthen our friends hi other States.
Wu don't want any chicaner or fool
ishness about this matter, but an
open square deal. Tho Democratic
party Is not in tliu "axe-grlndlng" busi
ness just now ; neither is it dipocd to
dancu attendance upon Itinerant 'organ
grinders." When the convention nssuin
bleslt can determine whether it will noiii-
natu si Mate ticket aud appoint delegates
to the St. Louis convention or not. It
aionn na the right aud the power to dc
ermine mis mauer.
i m: .M.uiTTti;s.
r mi. J 1 1 i .. . . . .
j hu loiiowiug named gentlemen are
the Democratic Congressional District
Committee for the Klghtecnth dlstiiet
Judge r. Hross, Cairo, Chairman
John II. Obcrly. Alexander; Hugh An
rirews, I nlon; C. W. Andrews. Jackson
H. Wiltsh-ie, ltantlolph; K. It. Hush
ing. i-erry;u. w. Uoddurd. Williamson
1. -. Pierce. Johnson;.!. W. Thrlit
Ma.sac; Oyld F.dson, Pulaski; D. It
l ieiu, rope.
I he following arc the Democratic
Senatorial District Committee ior tin
Filtieth Senatorial District :
T. F. Ilouton, Jonesboro, Chairman
.llllllfu r . Hross. A. L'. Colli ikn. A l,.v,
ander ; Col. A. J. Nliiimo, Dr. M. V. if
narwoou. Liiiou; r. A. Yost, A. C
Kt.t Pkiikixs. who started a heart-rend
ing story about "Dickens' children" the
children of Charles Dickens' brother Au
gustus, has been proved a conscienceless
falslller, hi other words a liar. Ho wrote
that the children were llviii-' in Atnbov.
Illinois, in thoroughly de.-titute circum
stances, sheltered in a hovel and
halt starved, investigation proves that
the "hovel" is one of ihe finest houses
iu Amboy, the properly ol Henry Keel
ing, guardian ol the children ; that thu
children live In comfort aud have each
several thousand dollars lu Ids own
jr.. siikuman win return, with the
army headquarters to Washington, and
be the right-hand man of tho new secre
tary ol war. felnce the president has con
eluded that steallng-ollleersaro not protlt-
auiu people to even a Hepubllcan udmlii
isiratlou he will probably have no objec
tion to tno cloe proximity ol honest
bhcruian to the war olllee.
Wi: do not hope to defeat thu two-
conventions people. They own tho com
mittee that will decide the matter. In-
deed, as we understand It, the suggestion
originated with the committee.
JIi.AiNi: was di.appoluted becausu thu
Pennsylvania convention did not resolute
hi his favor. Jlc had lookeil on the .Slate
as all his owu and tho failure to endorse
him rankles lu his hneom.
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One iKtuarv, two we Ls
One aiuare, three wetls
One iiitc, onvmijiilh,
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.... 1 Ml
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.... 3 M
.... 4 00
WKKM. V.. '
One tiinare, one hiiertluli '
l-.acli eiiltsnenl tnscrtloi
C3"Onc Inch Is n trpiare
t?"To regular mlvtrlteers weotri rsiiiKrlor In
Uuciincnt, Ixjlh as to rute ol eliarmtt ami m.n
ner of displaylnK Ihtir favors.
iSoiKmiinl.n.l... . .
wu.Muihi.k,uui u(jua Huujocia or ifen'
oral intorest to the public solicited.
So-All Ilunlneis Letters I houM be aMressei! to
'lri Ilullrlln Coiuiiauy.
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.I . , -t-- f iui ll (sill1
i u i u u v riiLripii. i r f (s-s
it. n'o want it, and lor it wo will imvu vuu
ttftttri ...., , . .
uiiii uiuii ii u iJiiii i-ari'si ifi i.'ik'i. iii.ti't i.nssi
h"""i ' luuii ifwuivp, --iioiiun-,-' or eveti caili
.'ciiu ii aion nun select what ou want
iviiowiciil'u in a .uisneii, sropp, foc; .i ',t
l' asivsi llin ill 1 .. ' ,1'Ji" ISaliv fin l.iil-
iioii,.ie; i.ue oia w nsiiinxton llclle, :ii)
Pocket Album. til cards, ".'ic: no iln. to..
t ransparent Playing Cards only 7."c: Pho
lull ..III llli..lf AH A ,i. -.. . . .
and up. J.lcsatit Auto Alliums, a),. r.oe
,.ie, vi, Ite-t .Steel Pens oulv ;.'ic t
Brois, l atjcr's I'unclls, Me do; London
i iujiok iarus, ouc loun Mrlflgs V)u; ? ':
' '.ii".i ii y.vt i r leiiuil jnrOU10 Urilsll'S
pencci, iicauiies, i, uross ami liocs. '
Uros- ami Leaves, it, Cro-s and l.llv, I, t ro
uinl llower M'orlli .Vii.r.in. nrt.... i-...
or aric. II loa We, 17 for ?1..V) nyles. At'ents
" yi"uiiii seniiiK inese, ,iso iijou I.I
egant Col'd i.ngravliigs, sic. l.'lxlH. Ileauti
ill (Jlrls, any noma you wish-C'oinle, Hu-
" anu otner subject, only l.'ie eiioh.
io iur ci .oo. ,-seiiu ior our iiiitiin'.it.i n-ni
winy wiin a rename house, jsoml nn your
mi l money (not coutUertHli anil semi for
',"'"," "al 1 HIM It .V CO
WIlV tt 111 .. At wn .
Cutlery, Siherand (iiaswiire when 1 will
buy the very same articles Hi, a (act that
.T..J ..III , ,fll ll.1T pl.lril irtl' .mil'.. ...
and has lor years been selling tin In'iiuen.e'
I'll r"l U t ' tt IHil,l-l tl.null. ..1 . .
UIU J. illlllll D.-llll fll lallkirtll lu
i 1 1 " f .7 , 1 '" lo aioniv one
tiuii.ir. tiu will ifo iMUrii. Mir. if v..ii ...in
only belluvo what wo sav and buy where
you can buy cheapest, rssii) elegant new
nuu V" nouns nil lur fl, ury lUnj I'uin;
(loods, Groceries, Spices, kc. at Iim!
tho usiia' prices. There Is no "ileki.iti-i..L-.
no riucrj-, no ueiays All ordersfll ed
promptly. (I nods sent C. (, I), Voti can
" ""in I'""'.', wu need agi-nts
uin n nn iuuiii unu us ii trial. Ladle
iiHiouicisc.in raise e.'tihs lor us ami make
""uoaii wkii II7U) people In
Dec. ISi.i (lc Us onu trial unil IlL-n ih,.n.
.iiinnil IIIIIL' h HU KnilV WO hhll I .iw.itir.
,i . . ii 1 1 n 1 1 e 1 1 pairoiiage. vu sell one
nrtle o lor 1, or glvu sploudld premiums
tor e libs Titv in mill skk. w , ,,,.i
give our list. It would tin tho enllru nauer.
Uiirnoiuii Is emlotsed by tho best t ier-
chants and papeis ol lln.tou and by Ts.ooil
Send now lor our groat circular. Address.
l ill oils, .u.iiini liairilllN linniflir nl lis In lKT.'i
II.OItillSTON ,V CO., N. II. DOLLAIt
hAI.K, llroiullold St , lloslnu, Ma
-Mar.-.'ii-iUvw H w(!W I,j
;."'C "' h-".'i iiKiiiiiiiii in urn s nn
I hi i:aih' t'ni'Kir, at bi.v .K VVlIT ii..,..,.
I'on't run anvi lsKs, mtK (,, i nnlrv Unit lu i
heel! ,.,, e, to l,.;1!o.,.. S,..n)llr,l, ' I y
liostul rut 1 1 In Ijiii.i i' i,. - ii ..
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lliirtinKloii. lovyn, ami .,,.V1. f,,.,, Voli'y ,'ir I. hVi
V.V.i.n!".k:.' '"'' '. IHl elmit of Wild, unil
i SMUAX idf nn --
GREAT BANKRUPT SALE!
I l.avn this day opnned nt
Full Line of Furnishing Boods andNotions!
Which X Will Bell at PJiruifM Never Before OlTored tothUCIty.
THESE GOODS MUST BE SOLD WITHIN
And us They urn tbo Uust of u Orul Wholomlo H.inkrii'it Stock, It will
Be Money in Your Fcolset to Buy of TTm.
Remember tho Placo J.
ner Ninth Strcot and
In Stock for Spring Trade:
Strictly Pure White Lead,
Pure Linsesd Oil,
Guaranteed Boiled Oil,
Artists' Tube Paint.
Best English Paris,
Glues of all Grades,
TERMS ON THESE GOODS CASH ON
F. M. STOCXZFLETH
Importor nnd Dealer in FOREIQN and DOMESTIC
Wines and Liquors,
No. 62 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, DLL.
Koopa a full stack of
MONONGAIIELA, BYE AND
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
Are Tou Going to Faint?
THEN USE MILLER EROS'
u i .I"1 r"!' II,M: I" White, nnd nu-i One Hundred Di
W hlln l.ia I, ln uml I,hmi Oll.CheinioaHy cniiihliicd.
Oneuper, ami in list 'I wick as f.ilMi an any other palnl
nt'llty Nla'u I llllHiil'llii- llnlmi. uml is on mnnv llmii..!..! i
IWfiily Mta'u full hoi' tin- Union, mid l on manv
iiickh !tKiim:ii,SA.Mru: ctiin nv.sr vu'XjimrMt., Gloveland, Oaio,
thnold Stiind of J. Hurler, viitli
Burgor's Old Stand Cor-
ROBINSON COUNTY WHISKIES
Different Oolor. mailjof alrldlir prime
ncJ. warmnltil Much Hnndac iner and
n.iHi 1. 1. fukfii tlin Fir.t I'm luiniat
thousaml of the llnul lioniisii llijcnnniiy.