au m Every
MMii CH (MM tlvl Bern.
Tki Natloaal Democratic Committee, to
Wlwai It dlagatcl the power of fixing the
Has ul Uc of holdlagUe Ntlonl Pen
ocratic seavanttM ol 1K hare appolnUd
Tuesday, tls tirwtj-MTtutk day of June
Mit, BOOB.M tk time, and (elected St.
Louis a ta pUc e f holding tuch ronvec
EmU State will be entitled to a reprecti
tatlon equal to deuble the uurnber ol Ita
itaators aad raprvaeatatlrei la the eon
(re of Ike United Stated ; and the terri
tory of Colorado, whole ad mil t ton In July
a a SUte will rive It a vote In the next
electoral college, U alio Invited to tend del
egate to the convention.
Democratic, Conservative and other cltl
teat ol the United State, Irrespective ot
part political associations, derirlng to co
operate with the Democratic party In Its
present eflorU and objects, are cordially Itv
Vlted tojoln Id sending delegates to the
natloaal eonvratlon. Co-operation it de
sired froen all person who would change
an administration that has suffered the
puhtte aredlt to become and remain inferior
to other aad les favored nations: has per
Kitted cosomoree to be taken away by for
elg power ; has stifled trade by uaJiiM,
unequal and pernicious legislation ; has
Impoeed unusual taxation and rendered it
asost buraeatome ( hu changed growing
prosperity Into widespread suffering and
wait; has squandered the publla moneys
reokleaaly aad defiantly, aad shamelessly
used the power that should have been s;vitt
to punish crime, to protect it.
For these and other reasons the national
Democrallo party deem the public danger
imminent, and earnestly desirous of secur
ing to our country the blessings of an
economical, pure and free government,
cordially Invite the co-operation of tbalr
faUow-oltlzena in the effort to attain this
ThoasatA. W alker. Alabama.
U.K. CockrlU, Arkansas.
Kraak McCapptn, California.
Willlaa H. Barnua, Connecticut.
Charles Besaten, Delaware.
Charies E. Dyke, lorlda.
A. Jt. Lawton, Georgia.
Cyrus H If eCoralck, Illinois.
M. It Ham, Iowa.
Isaac B. Katon. Kansas.
Henry D. XcUenry, Keutucky.
Henry D. Ogden. Loulilu.
A. Lao Knott. Maryland.
William A. Moore, Michigan.
William Locnren, Minnesota.
J. H. Skarpe, Miesisalppl.
Jno. G. Priest, Missouri.
The. H. Williams, Nevada.
M. V. B. Edgeriv, New Hampshire.
Tbeo. F. Bandolpb, New Jersev.
M. W. KanaotJ, North Carolina.
.1 asaes K. Kelley, Oregon.
Juse P. Birr, Peautsylvanla.
Mchola Van Sly ck, Bhode Island.
Tho. Y. Slaw as, Boulh Carolina.
William B. Bite, Tenneasec.
John Good. Jr., Virginia.
John Blair Hog. West Virginia.
George H. Paul, Wisconsin.
Thomas M. Patterson, Colorado.
AUGUSTUS 8CUELL, New York,
Fridiuck O. Pkikci, MaMachusett",
Secretary National Democratic Com.
Waihixgtox, Februarv M. 187B.
WotD lias gone out from Indianapolis
that Governor Hendricks will not permit
hit name to be used Jn the St. Louis con
vention in connection with a nomination
lor the presidency. This withdrawal will
have the effect of slmpiytllng the labors
ana Harmonizing the action of the con
ntlon. No wand then we hear that Messrs,
Lemma and Albright, of Jackton county",
are operating among the soyrelgnt of
their county lor the honor of a Demo
cratic nomination for the SUte senate.
L-uce intimations reach us that Col.
Townesof Union Is on a hand shaking
rampage for the same honor. Alexan-
county has not fully develoied a candl
date yet, but tho development Is going
forward. But; the contest is too tame ;
much too tame, and will remain so until
the several aspirant "get lntd the news
papers." Come, gentlemen, assert your
The taxpayers ol Cairo are not as sen
sible as they should be, of the magnitude
of the undertaking in which they are
about to involve themselves. They
have declared that they will
retort to all meant the law provides to
escape from the burden under which
they arc struggling on account of the
WOO.OOO bonds Issued to the Cairo and
Vlnoannetmd the Narrow Gauge rail
roads. In doing this they have created
an issue that will require more liberality,
more earnestness and more unity of pur
pose than have yet been manifested.
The Initial step hat been Uken, and un
leas there Is an unfaltering determination
to go ahead, and exhaust all
the means within our reach, it were bet.
tr to retrace the Men iinm.i!.r.i
Sever before, in Uie history ol our city,
have our tax-payers been called upon to
wim question upon the dctcrmlna,
tlftn tit uVlA -..-i. t - ..... . .
"-"-uou:uiaipuriaui rcsuiu were
i we succeed, wis mnnv.
the great obstacle to tho 0-41, 0l the
dtr and tho business prosnerltv of the
cltiten. If wo fall, we have, uow, but a
loreutie ot me disaster tliat u sure, in
the end, to completely overwhelm us.
There seems, then, but one path for n
pursue. We have placed our rt upon
urn we iaw 01 scii-preservatlon
11 10 go lorwaril.
w, SUNK CAMS.
It is probable that thu Munu case, uow
on trial In Chicago, will consume the
balance of the week. Jake Rekm sw cars
positively that he paid into Munn's hands
one thousand dollars which he had
fr4crookod distiller. He
wosived altogether from the Chicago dls
irom 1110,000 to tljH He
its4 about tao,ooo ol this sum wln
the cmim of Chicago IUulcallsniTand the
be! wudiaburHd among the crooked
revest etrt, Irvln, Bridget, Munn,
Uesslaf aad others. Unlets Hehm'.
veracity 1 impeached, there can be bat
mite nope or jkubo'i acqmuai,
CTKatlBUr, CVI.I.OM AN B KIBU
WAV. The C'ullom newspapers claim that
Beverldgo I virtually out ol the fluber
rmtbrlal race, ami !ntt Umt his friends
will do him a kindness ami save him the
pangs ot a deep mortification, If they
will withdraw his name before the con
vention proceeds lo n ballot. The
contest Is between Citllom and Ridgway ;
Bcvcrldge will not lie backed by as many
as a half dozen out of the one hundred
and two counties, and by no county eu
tlitiriaMlcally. The truth that ilevtr.
ldge ha lost hold upon thoaftectlnns and
good-will of the masses, and can never
regain It. Given to extreme piety, at
times, and the shedding of gurgling riv
ulets of penitential tear?, he has shown
himself at other times as not too good
lor earth or even Sangamon county. In
deed there arc those and their name is
legion who hold the governor to be
somewhat Pharisaical. Hut, upon this
ground, oiilyja comparatively few ol
his opponents stand, lie has not
shown himself to be such a governor as
the great State of Illluots ought to have,
and can have whenever the people will
It. lie It lacking In executive ability.
At times when prompt and decisive ac
tion was demanded, he showed himself
weak and vacillating wholly unequal to
the needs of (he occasion. When riot
and bloodshed ran rampant in a portion
of his dominion, and the local olllcert of
the law were unable to bring the offend'
crt to Justice, the governor sat In his easy
chair, apparently toothed by the reliction
that the victims of the outrage were
Democrats. To appeals for aislttancc he
turned a deaf ear until the demand upon
him was; echoed in tones of anger,
from every section and corner ol the
State. When Anally moved to effort he
was listless ; and at a time when the call
upon him was loudest, he actually va
cated his chair and left the State.
"Graud-iuotlier Bcverldge" wot (he title
he won, aud no subsequent conduct on
his part, In any manner marred the fit
ness of the appellation. For these and
other reasons that might bo assigned,
Beveridge's light has waned to a flicker,
and the pending contest will extinguish
As between C'ullom and Itidgway, the
chances seem in lavorof the former. The
delegations from the northern counties will
support him, almost unanimously. In
Central Illinois, Morgan, Shelby, Macon,
Pontlac, La Salle aud McLean counties
have elected Cullotu delegations. Here
and there a slight diversion in lavorof
illdgway may be found : but it is safe to
say that three-fourths of the delegates
from above the central Hue of the State
will (unless some unlooked lor emer
gency shall arise) favor the uomiiia
tlon of Culloin. Ridgway, however, wllj
go into the convention backed by nine
tenths of the Egyptian delegates ; a small
share ot the Central Illinois delegates,
and a smallct "sprinkle of those Iroai
the north. This will make the contest
so close that, although the nomination of
CulloDt may be indicated, no man can
say, until the balloting Is had, which of
the two gentlemen will certainly win
that distinguished honor.
THE MOYEMr.XT AMONG OVBTAX.
It was not expected that our tax-pay.
ers, even those who feel most sorely op'
pressed, would brave the thunder, light.
ning, wind, rain, water mud and dark
nest of Tuesday night to attend the called
meeting of the Citizens' association ; nor
was there a special need of their at.
tenuance. txtraoruiuary industry on
the part of the committee appointed, and
ordinary liberality on the part ol inter
ested parties upon whom the committee
may call, arc essential to an achieve
ment of the ends at which we aim; but
mass meetings of the citizens are not
The committee has full power to employ
attornles, to raise money to pay them
and to do such other things as may be
thought necessary to give our resistance
proper shape. The meeting charged an
Important and laborious duty upon the
committee ; und was carelul, therefore, to
so constitute the committee at to insure a
faithful discharge ot that duty. We
take it for granted, however, that all the
labor la not yet performed. Many tax
payers have subscribed toward the
paymeutof the expenses that must be
incurred, just tuch a sum of money as
they would be liable to pay it
each tax-payer in the city were
assessed according to the yalue
of bis taxable property. The required
amount cannot be provided In that way,
It cannot be expected that the committee
will call upon all the thirteen hundred
tax-payers of the city, and demaud from
each his portion. No man or dozen men
cau be fouud who can spare tho required
time or would expend tho required labor.
The expense must be borno by those who
arc most able and willing to bear it; and
the Idea of a pro rata assessment must be
abandoued. To facilitate the labor of
the committee, we suggest that subserip
tlon papers be left Iu three or more prom,
inent buslnets houses. The movement
Is one that enlists the sympathies of
nearly every property owner, iu the
city; and by carrying out our suggestion
tnc opportunity would be afforded to
everybody to contribute whatever sum
his Intcrett or Inclination might prompt
him to give. ThU plan would relieve
the committee of the icrforinanco of
much labor, and bring many a dollar Into
thu expense fund that might, otherwise,
never reach it.
nr. rRsjiTtJ sr carpkt.uau-
oiaotl better established than thu
very apparent 0110 that carpet-busr nov
eminent Is not adequaet to tho protection
ui uiu we ana property of the citizen . I n
Missouri, In Arkansas, Tenncsace and
other Southern States, where the IJemn.
cracy hu gained the ascendency, order
aad qnlet prevail, and the people have
entered upon a better and more prosper
ous era. In Louisiana and South Caro
lina, however, where the carpet-bag
auTernmeni it sun maintained,
quiet and good order torm the
, exception, and disorder, distracou and
a reign of terror the rule. Louisiana
It to-day In a atnte of turmoil ; and, in
certain localities, neither the white or the
black man can retire at night with the
absolute assurance that he wilt not awake
In eternity on the morrow.
In West Feliciana, on Friday night
last, a mob of negroes murdered n prom
inent white man named Arncsllne. Two
of the negro leaders In this affair w ere
shot and killed within sight of the body
ot their victim. On Sunday
night last, thcro was n con.
filet between the white, ami liegroe.
Eleven negroes were killed outright, nnd
wveral whiles were seriously wounded.
The excitement that followed was In-
tentc. Whites aud negroes congregated
In large numbers, and the smnll body ol
lederal troops present, were unequal to
the task ol enforcing quiet ; but up to
Tuesday evening the conflict had not
been renewed, and it was hoped there
would be no further bloodshed.
The Republican olllclals at New Or
leancs throw the responsibility for this
bloodshed upon the whites. The white
population of Feliciana Interpose a de
nial, and Insist that the conflict grew out
of the unprovoked murder of Mr. Annies
tine, and the subsequently tlirrnlnlng at"
tltudc ol the negroes, lie tliW as It may,
however, tho occasion furnishes" a pretext
for the further waving of the "bloody
thlrt" in the faces of uothcrn Democrat-,
and the present needs of the Republican
party give ample assurance that the op
portunity will be improved with the
utmost skill and the most extraordinary
ORCLE MIM.Y" M'KEE.
Although standing as Uncle Billy
McKcc, does upon the threshold of hit
term of service In prison, his gray hairs
win for him not even a touch of sym
pathy. Ripened by the experience ot
nearly a quarter of a century, in the en.
Joymcnt of a high social position, sur
rounded by friends and blessed by an
abundance of worldly goods, he, of all
other revenue defrauders who are now
suffering the consequences of their
wrong-doing, is the least excusable. A
greed for that of which he already had
an abundance, caused him to wander
from the path of rectitude to hazard
character, friendship, cvcrythlug. Xow
that he Is suffering the righteous penalty
he Invoked, who (hat would see crime
punished and the majesty of the law
maintained, would rescue him if they
could ? For two long years he must lan
guish iu prisou a rough and trying or
deal for so old a man but Intelligent,
unprejudiced, uncorruped public opin
ion sanctions the verdict of the court,
and demands tliat it be executed to the
THE REFORM MOVEMENT.
Tlsc Politic! StaUwits la Ccuncil-
Tsiesr Aiurrnn, tie.
On Monday last there was a meeting
In the Fittli Avenue hotel, New York, of
the political scalawags, who, failing to
achieve their iersonal alms inside thu Re.
publican party, hope, by a third party
movement, to achieve them otherwise,
In pursuance of this purpose, these polit
ical fanatics and schemers fulminate au
address, which amounts to nothing more
than the spider's iuvltation to the
fly. We extract from It the following
Every American citizen fecit a burning
shame at the spectacle presented by the
demoralization and corruption of the pres
ent us compared with the wisdom, purity
and honesty of our fathers, and this is
n.de evident to all mankind. Everv
patriotic heart asks, how can we avert
tuch dangers and wipe off such shame ':
The answer Is, by proving that, though
the machinery has been corrupt, the
great body ol the people are houestlv de
termined to reform the abuses of our po
litical life at any cost, and restore, the
faith of the people in their Institutions in
the coming election. We must con
scientiously maintain the settlement of
the civil war as constitutionally fixed, and
at the tame time strengthen the Govern
ment by a strict observance ol con
stitutional principles, and the old broth
erhood will be revived by a policy of rau
tualjustloe. We mutt fulfill our solemn
and repeated Dledire to dlscharpn all n.
tlonal obligations not only bv navment
of principal and interest ot the
bonded debt when due, but remove
not later than the legal appointed
time the curse of our redundant irre
deemable paper currency, which Is largely
me cause ui our iruuuies. uur most
pressing duty Is to establish the moral
character of our government, elevate the
tone of our political life, without which
the national prosperity, power and free
dom are impossible. Acorruptmonarcby
mo; last uj uiu ruiu 01 iorce, a corrupt
Republic caunot endure. Our late civil
war is not the only cause of our corrup
tion the system which lias made ot!!v nf
the Government, the spoils of party, vic
tory is not transitory but threatens to be
come permanent, it distributes the places
ot trust and responsibility as a reward ot
party service. It appeals to jhe mean
impulses ot greed and selllsliness as con
trolling the action. It degrades the civil
service to the level of mere party agency;
vicuio uiu miiyi ua it uircu fecrvaill Ol IIIC
party; taxes liliu lor party support.
Iho place holders and place
hunters tend to organize a
standing army of political mercenaries to
be paid from the government treasury.
Every student ol political history knows
that since tho spoils system was inaugu
rated corruption has steadily Increased,
aud it will increase as long as this system
continues, for sucli a system will crowd
out of political life men of patriotism and
true merit. The war only stimulated
corruption, which would have grown
without war. What van w iln iT..n,-.i
securing reform iu tho coining election V
The country cannot afford the election of
u man iu uiu prcMueiicy wuose very
name Is not evidence of tho most uncom
promising determination to make this
a pure government once more. No
wornoutclap-trapof fair promises will
tatlsfy our duty. Acta of candidates, not
words, are our need.
The address, therefore, calls upon all
good citizens to Join In the coining elec
tion to support no presidential candidate
who, as a public servant, countenanced
corrupt practices or organizations, or
Impeded their exposure and punishment,
or opposed reform ; to support no candl
date, however enflucntlal, who, as an ofll
clal, failed to use his power in eorrectitiL'
abuses, but for personal or party reasom
permit them to fester; to support nol
body whoses Impulses of the party mana
ger have shown themselves predominant
oyer those of the reforeaer; to support no
candidate not publicly known to possess
flWtles ol mind and character
which the etcrn task ol gejiuinc reform
require Tor the American people can
not afford to 1 lik the future tl
the Itepubllc far nu experiment In one
wont at present, no candidate should he
deemed worthy to the support of patri
otic citizens ot wiiom i no question umy
be farely asked. Is ho really thu man to
conuuet a tuoroupii going rciorm ot gov
ernment, can lie certainly be relied on to
possess the moral courage and sturdy res
olution to grabble with the abuses which
have ncqulrcd the strength of established
custom, and to ttiH end firmly to reskt
the pressure even of thu party friend
Whenever there H room for Mich n ques
tion and doubt at to the answer ; the can
didate should lw considered un
lit for the emergency. lll
Is no timu tor availability, wo
want no passive virtue In high places, It
encourages the growth of vice ; the com
ing president nnit deserve not only hon
est nicnt' conlldcme but Ihc hatred of
thieves; Ills name must lie the watchword
of reform ; ho must have the capacity ami
courage for the work as amalterol record
lather than the promle of liN life must
have beenn guarantee of his fidelity. At
the sound ol his name the most disheart
ened will taku courage, and nil mankind
say that American are Indeed in earnest
to restore the ancient purity ol their gov
ernment. The address concludes by saying that
those who l.uc it arc not actuated by any
ambition to lead a new party, but by thu
dcslro to see actual reform throngh party
action, but at all events they will Insist
upon it. The habitual subnmlon of good
citizens to a choice ot cvlU presented by
parties 1 one ol the most proline causes
of corruption in our politic. A refunl to
submit to such party tyranny Is the flr.M
step in reform, without which all other
steps will be unavailing. They will sin
ccre.y rejoice to sec the necessity of an In
dependent party action avoided, and to
that end appeal to all good citizens in
side or outside of party lines to organize
and communicate with tho Executive
committee, appointed by this meeting,
that effective co-operation maybe secured.
The second century of our national lite
has opened aud our work of reformation
is as vital as wus our forefathers work of
independence; now as then every true
American must have courage to do his
The address Is signed by Carlz Schurz,
chairman ; Martlu Beinmcr, Mass. : L. F.
S. Foster, Conn.; Park Goodwin, X. V.;
J. W. Hoyt, Wis.
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ing, watery or weak eyes, pain or pres
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Note Hewls, Letter UnvU,
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All on fourteen pound Jar, Carlisle mills,
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treats, Iu vicinity m the Leadini? hotels In
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"elehrited for Its Parity, Strentihsnd Flavor
H'trrtnted to Keep Hckle: V Oaarantee It K
ruiirrij- irec iroin auipnnnc inaoroineraeieien
)ut lubitiace, with which Moil vintgar Isadul terated
rortalebyallOrocen. Laritrit Vlnewr Works In th(
World. Ailud. ISM. E. L. I'liUBSlNO A CO.,CUlcs(a
Fits &. Epilepsy
The worst casts o the longest stanillUK by u
DR. HEBBAHD'8 CURE.
It Has Aured ThouaandR.
anil will Kt'c Sl.ooo for a case It will not 1m nellt.
A uoiueseui tree to an atiaressini;
J i; DIUHI.KH. CheinUt. Olllcet 1,3M Uroail
way, New York. 0-3-dAw lm
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington and Oommerolal
ATenuss, adjolnlnsr llanny's.
KKKI'S for sale the beat Beef, Fork, Mutton
Veal, Lamb. UausaRC, Ac. and Is pre
prad t erre famlllea in an armiitabl mannar
G. D WILLIAMSON,
' Draler In
Ha. 1 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL attentlet ;lTen tocoaslKOtnent an I
TIIK HF..STlid CIIKAI'F.ST.
At the lli'LLKtiN (mice, Cairo, Illinois
Are TTou Going: to Faint?
THEN USE MILLHU BROS'
ltM.lv for ue In While), tiii.t ner Ona Hitu.l roil Different Color. ma.e..f tlticlly inline
JV Iille I.ea., hi.-nn.l l.liii.,-.il ((II.CIiBinicallv i'.iiiIjIik'iI. uarrnnle.1 Muuh HamUoiuor ami
Clumiisr, nn.t to I.tI TU II K As (.UNO im nuv
twenty Mate I'lili'tinr the tin Inn, unit Is on tnniiv
i nters iir.iirciin.xAMi'i.K ( aiih hint run:.
(Or If placid la a lint, orsr)
16 MILES OF
SOLD DURING tho YEAR 1875
Bvi:n,v stovi: is
WheieMT t'feil or Sold
k Hltlsf Mttti i Fault!
Ol'll NEW SIZES
Nos. 37, 38, 30, 47, 48 and 40
Are a Man clous "oiilinall.iti of
And nil the EsMiitbl Points that so la Mate up
Most Porfect Cooking Stove
I'.vrr nitcred lo the Sulllr.
Made Only by tho
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
Sic, r,!2, ell, Clc nndlltN. SttlnSi .
SI. l.onl, Mil.
O. W. HENDERSON,
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHKAPK8T WSOON MAN
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Noar Tbirtb-Fourtb Street
SIXTH STREET, Between oniO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufacture bta own Horso Bliocoand
cuti Aaaure Oood Work.
PATRON AOF. ROLICITEn
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
OrdorB for Coal by tbo car-load,
:on, or in bogebeade. for sbipment,
promptly attended to.
Or To largo oonsumorB and all
manufacturers, we aro proparcd
io iupply any quantity, by the
tnonth or year, at uniform ratos.
CAIBO CITY COAL COMPANY.
EfHalliday lira,' office, No. 70 Ohio Levee,
FV-lUHIday llru . 's wharf boat,
rJ-At Ktryptlan Mills, or
Cj-At the Coal Duiup, foot of ThlttT-KIgh
3l'of Ofllce Tl rawer. ItflO.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
W. O. XJCxaelaa.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
OulUtin Buildlnr, Oor. Twolfth fltreat
arid Washington Avenue,
Kl-County und ItallroudWork a Hpeclaliy
r pill n I It Inn tnLi'ii tl.e r UM rrrinmiin m
liiiiml ui tho Hih-aI liiiiui'K In the country.
Ul St. Clair St., Clevelund, Ohio.
I'AIM .(.'III HII.H.
Blake A Co.
B. F. PARKER,
t'aiuts, Oils, Varnishes,
, iVnll Panor, Window Glass, Win
uuw aasuui, OMJ.
lwuys on hand, the oleliratr.1 llluailnalln
Ooruor Klnventli Strint and Waablnv
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhds New Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rice,
500 h'fehs Groen and Blk Tea.
and other I'nomio:
r.H. to mul ?a Vine) ntrrrt. Ol.. .
Rao VTnvrj "n yi wsnt ioov
ifrsi.h ' Miy then do yMi Matie iiioc.y mi
DVrlti.ller In Hind Mnd to the old reliahle
houteor Ilimtir .V o. Kntllt.e. In
VVrftiiiidyall InkiLi, all k0'I and at lowe-t
rate'., -end r.irutueur thew. Trunk Knll til
Inn. l'.ct How o win a nwirtheatt, .t"c i
liolden Wheel Fortune Teller, Sdri Itook i.f
Ixne I Iters, lloxint; lde Kay. I.V s
Jlnrpan's Masonry KspoMil, lf)i. Ulu.tratnt,
V How to write abort hand, u How to
stuutenn eienlni; I'aity, 9i llaiiclux tnaOr
I.uy, Vct Him-li'ainUera wni.soci Im-4Ji ei
ui.i.,urituijiiini.l rnnttne iciunK i.ani.
Iie Maklnc t unl, kln.U ach in csw only
Vet Cmiipletr I'ocktt liny U, rV ('heater
field's letter Writer, !(' Monitor tit I'rer
rnanonry, .jC Mow to win and bow to woo,
l"oril.cIjM .)f Jle, rrv j Iulle' (, tilde tu
hratity. a, Ac, Ac , Ac lieiuitnber any or
alloflheabote: will 1 tnt to )nu .reald un
receiptor price. We lniurl and htiot up fur
rliriiand scarce knli. v null- it a eliidy
Ve want ) uur lutroniyr. mh.I for our clrcu
brn. JMtllliar you to deal with u ll.i nut
rlik motH'y with trlDdler hut tend at onre 1.1
llie'old reliahies," Hunter A Co , HIiikdaK
iniyi.'i worm orK.Kxur.ir lh. Why not do It
'IlirCrvat S.K. Hollar ."le,M IlnximnHd ntntt,
1 llo.ton, l firmly e.tlllh..l, nml for .nr. ha
loid rmlly taliialde f.xls worth l 'itujt.ii
at allvcl prlw of only one Hollar Wean- en
1 doret nod riroimnrndnl hy tin' mt llrt
and tin-leading merchants, tltir ale I-an hou
orahlc hiuin.-rn enterprlte, we di tell Kodat
leantluui olliei il.-uln.. Iu IIicm! liinea It Mj-k
In mf lii.inev. We sell Jetti-Inr, sllv.-r ami
, , ptut.il wan-, K'ajware. cutlery dry and famy
1 ood'. (.'roteriiT, t.-a,rnfr.i-,iri, and In fjft
i-erylhinx. incliidini: '. elegant ImoLe
which rttall nt one dollar and linyieuti to four
.inilAr-., aim an torju.i oueuoiiar, llirre l in.
ticket, onli r slip, or other trickery On dollar
Fevuref any article on tho Hat. Ve (MlH.lel
you M--ifiMU heiorr ayluic. Over 'f,tn p.t
mim attest the xiul.irlly oroiir jrruit sale. We
mntiot zHeuiiy idcsi hercofoiir hiHlnii. Our
IM of good would till f!il entlir a4r Srnrf
ut once for circulars and ieruiiiiiien.taii..n from
our patrons. Voucan mi.thMi. will jou .lit
it If-o.iuldteM ut OIL.- II OUM1STO.VA
lO N r . HOI.I.AIt.SAia:, tl Hioonifleld -I ,
llo'lmi. .Miu.. (IA-.')-3-Uw8in
Chartere.1 hy the
State of llllnol.
lor the eiie
IiUrKe ol bIviiik
illlill.tilliitu It-Ill I
iiiuiieaaea.it nrlialv. chroulc. and urlnarvdi-
eae-( in all their complicated formi. It Is well
ktiowu that Hr.Jaiue.i hai blood ut the head of
the nrofestlon for the nat M tears, Am-and
exerieiireairall-Iniiortant. Nmliiitl H'rnk
I ne, tilxht loiari ly ilreulns. plmpleit on the
I face, lost nianh.Hiil, can oltlrely ! niret
LudleAwantliiK the inoiit delicate attention, call
I or write. IMea.unt homo for patients. A Inok
for the million. Mnvriiute (iliide, whl. h telU
you all awut these Ulwaees who should marry
why not lOcents to pay pn.tnge. Hr .lame
has TU) room, and tiarlor Vou Hf no one hut
the doctor, Oilicc hours, ii.in, in 7 p m i-iin-I
dayn, 10 to 12. All husim-M sliKlly cuutldeii
sra atton & bird,
AQKNTfl AliEBIOAN POWDER 00
57 Ohio Levee.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE I
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
In the II mint Olil
LINIMENT, Which has stood tho tost of 40
There'is nosoroit will not Heal,
do Lameness it will not Ourejio
Aohe, no Pain, that Affliots the Hu
man body, or the body of a Horse
or other Domestic animal, that
doos not yield to its maglo touoh.
A bottlo ooating a5o SOp. or 91
baB often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
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