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Hap , TtrnTiilirt iam aa iadyadent eanoi
diMhfftk Ao af aMiaty clerk of Akaaader
m nrj.lllJ-r kll to be held la Novnnter
Zau' J AMEN W. SXKWAitT.
W an aathartaad to uiona SaraueJJ.
IT inn i MaMMliaM' Ibfofllc of County
tleat X alwtioa t aaU XTmUr etli,
W.MaatfcarinJIatnaMae Jdha P. Hehrai
a mjtta far the efioa of ooaaty clerk at the
lattaa a fta feat Banatbar W, 11)77.
laarety aaaenn that I at aaaadfcUai for (he
kaiaf Gaaatf Clerk of Afcunaadar aoaaiy, no
face M year at your reapectt' voUnf
Vusm. Sista eWy at November. 1877.
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rt ' ! la4el.
WeaaiaixaorittOa aaaMinra Ifn. P. A.Tay
lae at a aadtaala lor re-election to the once of
aauaty ackael atrMrintenAcal, at (ke election tu be
WaaMMtaatltWtaaaaontjca Henry Slfwt at a
MkM- ar aomotr af- Alexander county, at the
i ta ka acid xotb, ,-
We araaafkorU ta asnouuea Riekard I'iti
tM at aattkn for Coroaat of AlezaiMer
oaary. rtrta, iT. 177.
'Peifiuylvatila and tbe foornful rfjectlon
H the cltlcn Iter senator ami re presenta
Uvn in I'OHKresi rrcouimeiuiH, have
limply tntonallletl the feeling bW'nra pre
Tallin? among the friends of Simon
Cameron againat U . Waalilngton aV
mlulatrhtlon. Of course, tliat greut
element of atrength heretofore
uted in carrying the State for the Kcptil
bllcan party ! not active In this cam
paign, Philadelphia, which could always
b depended on to give any majority
nwled to overwhelm the lemocrntlc
majority .of tbcrcatol the State It in a
condition aeytbloK but hnrinonlom, and
the usuallartfo RepnblicAn tnaority is not
anticipated. Then AUcgnauy rmmty, In
which were the rituburg i .;, and
which could always be counted on nt glye
a Republican majority ol soinethbiisuudt
la in a condition that battles all calculation
u to the vote that will be cast for the re
spective parties. It is certain not to give
the usual majority, if, Indeed, shall give
any for tha llepubllcau ticket. In Phil
adelphia and throughout the State the
worklngmen and greenbackers have
combined, and are expected to poll from
eighty to one hundred thousand votes, a
majority ot which will come from the
Republican party. The signs are decid
edly In favor of Democratic success in
OtfJtt WASHINGTON LETTEB.
j, f r.Tiaw.r.
We ar aaUrarld to aannixnoa Bcott ( aubla
alialawoo4prrot forth olBaa ol counij
Tit are ntkarlara'ta awaurK A. J. Aldea at
a tjtHht aw a olio f County TreMurer of
Ahxaartwaty. JSieotoa, Tuetoay, XaTtnnlwr
tk, U77. - ' . n ...
Vf coaatir . CPlMlBer.
We areiaeriaaa la aaaaanea Tha. W . Hilli
dayaa acaadioau far tHa aruce of county com
iLleaat tf ilmailtr auuaty. Electtoa ovm-
Tbi offielal taunt of tbe recent result
ot the Onto election for governor is as fol
lows: Total tote cast. B66.0UQ, which Is
a tailing oil from tbe total vote for se
retaryof State, In 1876, of 75,879, and
from tbetote lor president, in 1870, ot
101,889. . Tbe lollowlog Is tbe vote for
tbe various oQoers, witb the plurality of
tbe auceesstal candidates, the several
tlckeU being given In order as follows:
Democratic, Kepubllean, Worklngmen
Prehibltlonlst, Greenback, and Working
nan't Fiuloa ticket: For governor,
Blsbop received 271,635; West, 219,105
Bond, 12,489; Thompson, 4,830; Johnson
19,912; scattering, 93. Bishop's plurality
over West, 32,250. ; ' , .,
i. tmanmrntmrnum mm
th theories now uuder dlsniloii. lie
ilr.it opposed ncro anirrage; then alVO-i
c ited a limited tiilliage, and then huled
to ecurc sutlrsgo to all. lie wiw unla
vnraMe to tho soutliiin policy ol Mr.
Hayes, but altorwimm otppeed con
tldcnce lu it. llu .was .beyond ijucaUou
Incorruptible in tho discliiire of hi du
ties, and died a poor mini.
Tsta New York Enting Po$t, of recent
dates; states: "We are informed on au
thority that tbe recent statement In tbe
Financial ChronUU that tbe proceedings
in tbe United States court at Jackson,
Mississippi, In the foreclosure suit for
possession of the Mississippi Central rail
road were stayed by an Injunction, Is er
roneous. Tbe court ordered tbe delivery
of the deed to tbe purchasing committee
representing tbe boldera of tbe concilia
ted mortgage bonds, tbe ' majority ot
these bonds being held by the Illinois
Central company. ; The deed ot tbe
property, bow la their bands, Is at pres
ent being recorded in tbe several counties
through which the road run."
On Friday" Jasti November 2d, Govern,
or Cullom issued tbe tollowug proclo
nutlon, appointing Thursday, th mat,,
a day ot Thanksgiving and prayer;
8TATI Of ILLWOIS, EXECCTIYI DlsriRT-
I, Shelby H. Cullom, Governor ot the
stauof Illinois, do appoint Thursday,
the 29th day of November, as a day of
thanksgiving. This purely national fes
tival, which originated with the Pilgrim
Fathers, la entitled to tbe respect and
oUervaace of all good citizens, as
a recognition of the superintending
provkdeoee " 61 Almighty God,
and as an expression of our thankfulness
to Wolfe B.H bonntitul goodness to us
as a peoole, aot In a spirit ot boasting,
aor wt Aoul a deep sesee of sympathy tor
tUe aaUone severely afflicted. It may in
crease our gratitude to remember the
eoaditiM af India, stricken with famine;
ol fiosaia and Turkey devastated by war;
of France tors with fierce internal dis
sensions. From tbeae evils we have
. been deUTered while our civil and rtllg
loos privileges, the general good health
ot the people, aar magnificent crops, and
the consequent Improved condition of all
easlneee intereeu. aflord us abundant
eecasiea tot poetave rejoicing.
1 therefore call upon tbe citizens of II.
11 noil to assemble ta their olaces of mlu
gkms worship, and around their tables
end ratidai to make mis a holiday, i
day tf rest and Of lestlvltlea, not foriet
ttosT a proDer religious observance, but
abort) all. a day tor tha reassembling ol
scattered kjndred in order to tbe closer
krdttlac otttoee domestlo ties which are
tha ptedgo and ground of National Union
la testimony wbereol I hare hereunto set
my hand. ai4 caused tha seal ol tho
tatetobeflxai. Done at tba city of
nragneia ute sa aay of Aovetnber,
A.lTl877. 8. M, CULLOM,
Oap. B. Haiatow, Seoretary of state.
Wsain Aox aorretpo9denti are of the
ptaXm that the lallure of the admlul-
tratioa to-put Don Cameron In the Brit
leh fanoa ha sealed tbe fate ot Penn
sylrsa M taHDemoencr. Don. they
mj,1uA!tMi expeotaUonof being re
tained at eoerf Mr (Hayes' cabinet. lie
was liV!:Til hwtal offense to
tne r "-3 a3saa powrer ot the te.
d 1 J la aaado UM obdions to the
iouthera jpottey at Mr, Bajrat, and more
kUer:, C ,CX, fei produced to
prasii..., Taa effort at eoocUIation
la the offer of tba English mlislon to
Oonkling, Hamlin Si Co.-JBad
Faith of the Administration
The Senate Presidential Elec
tions Committee The Home
Holding Off-Military Committee
-Hon. C. N. Potter-Senator
Wabiiington, D. C, Nov. 3, 1877,
To Senators Conkling, Hamlin and
others who wluhed tor an opportunity to
precipitate a tight with llayes,the Camer
on blunder was a.God-send. In brief, the
administration authorized the Pennsylv
ania delegation to select a man to be ap
pointed minister to England, expecting
the delegation to the name Wayne we
Velnh, son-in-law of Simon Oamerou.
The delegation, however, astonished the
administration and whole world by nam
ing Cameron himself. Such an appoint
meat as that, of course, the auministra
tion could not make, aud therclore quiet
ly Ignored the recommendation and ap
pointed a Pcnnsylvanian who was not
actively engaged in politics.
IT WA9 DAD FAITH
on the part ot the administration. It was
treating the Pennsylvania delegation
somewhat as we deal with the Indians-
making promises to them that wo would
keep If we found It convenient, or break
If we wished to. It remalos to be seen
whether the Pennsylvania cbiets will
sink to the place of those other savages
who DerDetually submit to wrong, or
will manfully take Ute Held as Chief Jo
seph did. lSut It Is most likely they will
fight. They have all tho provocation
that men ever had, and in Conkling's
coming contest against the confirmation
ot the New York Custom House ap
pointments they have an opportunity
such as will not return.
In all the confirmations so lur made
there has been
SO COXTI9T IS TUR PE.NATK.
Whenever objection is made the nomina
tion goes over lor Investigation. The
subject of the New York appointments
being mentioned yesterday, Senator
Conkling is reported to have said that
the present olllcers In that state were
performing their duties satisfactorily ,and
he did not see the need of haste In con
firming their successors. Under existing
lawB the new appointments having been
made while the senate was in session, the
old olllcers hold over until the new ones
are confirmed. It would have been dif
ferent if Uaycshad made tbe appointments
before congress met.
In the senate yesterday the committee
to examine the laws and to the
COUSTINO AND DECLARATION OF VOTES
was appointed as lollows; Edmunds,
Conkling, Ilowe, McMillan, Teller, Itc-
publlcans, Bayard, Thurman, Morgan,
Democrat, and David Davis, it is an
IN tiik HOUSE
Mr. Etving, Ohio, presented a bill repeal
ing the third section the Yltal section ol
tbe resumption act. There was a vote In
the House: on a motion connected with
the resumption act, but it was not clearly
test vote. As it was so understood by
some, however, It created some excite
ment The vote was 133 to 110, repeal
having 133. A fairer and fuller tost will
be reached in a few days.
Neither side seems disposed to force
business pending the Important elections
In New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey,
etc., next Tuesday, uth.
TUI MILITARY C'OMMITTKK
has about concluded to report an oppro
priatlon covering the time from June last
to June next, sulllclent lor tho army at
Its present legal strength. The question
of reduction will come up at tho regular
session and will receive thorough discus
sion. Generals Hayes and Sherman and
all the beads of the military bureau here
are iavorable to an Increase in the force,
but the sentiment ot the country, as
shown by the press, Is decidedly the
Speaker Itamlall, contrary to general
nO.N ChAKKSON K. JOTTKR
at the head of tbe Committee on Pacific
railroads. It was tbe belief of every one
that A. II. Stephens would fill the posi
tion. Mr. Potter declines to serve, and
Speaker Randall can now give the place
If he desires, to Mr. Stephens. The
Southern members, almost to a man
would be gratified by such a selection.
SENATOR MORTON'S DEATH
was announced yesterday. Ho was in
many respects more overrated than any
other politician ot this generation, and
a other respects under-rated to an ex
tent not usual. Ills Senatorial career has
been a (allure. His name Is not attached
to any Beware or policy that prevails or
has lever prevailed. On the financial
qnwtlon be has sdyoca'ed In turn most of
SlflV tl, H:iiVi K IlKfiMII .
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UTATIOrl. towWAIIH. Iilrt'orhlll
CONVICTS ATTEMPT TO KSCAPE
TWELYE OK Til KM SHOT. .
Skdalia, Mo., Nov. 3. Tho Daily
Dtiiwcraf received u dispatch to-night lo
the etlect that the convict eoal tnintw,
about 3U0in number, employed in Mount
serrat, Johnson county, aj coal miners,
made a break for liberty to-night at S
o'clock, ana were tired on by the guards.
This incensed the prisoners mulcmued
them to tire tho prison utid the
stockade surrounding it. This inadccve
rythinsr as light as day. and brought out
all or the guard, and they opened lire on
the prisoners, bringing ubout twdvo of
them down. This had the eflect ot sup
pressing the effort to escape, anil they
were gotten under control inside ot two
minutes after the break was made. All
was quiet at 11 o'clock to-night, though
tin prison and stockade were in nshc.
Till: XKW ORLEANS "TIMES'' KKf'I.V TO THK
NEW YORK 1IULI.KTIX.
The New Orleans Time of November
2J says: In tho New York BulMin ol Oo.
tolicr 20th we lind an article on "Trado
Outlets'' in reply to the Pittsburg Mann-
rfn. w, which in its scope and general
spirit anil purpose is unworthy of that
paperjj Ordinarily the Bulletin is not
only "impartially liberal," but candid.
Tills time it is neither, it wo are lo judge
It exclusively by the utterances it puts lu
print. The Manufacturer, it appears,
remonstrated with tho Bulletin on ac
count of Its hasty conclusions
against the .Southern route for the move
mcnt of the products ol the West, and In
that connection .brought iorwaril soino
verv pertinent facts in regard to actual
and possible freight charges on the West
ern rivers, ami urged the Bulletin to sus
pend judgment "awhile before condemn
ing the new route."
l.i reply the Bulletin says "it has no
sectional or other Interests to propitiate,"
and Imputes the alleged want of "impar
tial liberality" to a misconstruction ot
its nieanlne. Y et on top ot these allega
t'mns, and others ot like import, it laun
ches boldly and without ctlnt ot words in
to the purest sectionalism, endeavoring to
cover its display of malice by imputing
to the people of New Orleans views and
purposes which, whatever they may have
said and thought in lormer years, they do
not entertain now. Frequently and re
cently we have explained ttio views en
tertained here in regard to the grain
trade. We have even gone so far as to
say that it was neither practicable or de
sirable to turn the grain business of the
extreme Northwestern States from Us
present channel; that the great bulk of
It would probably always flow along the
latitudinal line, subject to tho modiilca'
tions which the cheaper rates around the
lakes Imposed upon it. But on the one
hand wc have maintained that there arc
grain producing regions ot tne mcsi
ot so remotely North which
would in time find it as much to their ad
vantage to use the southern w ater route,
as Wisconsin, Iowa, northern Missouri
aud Miunessota now find it to their ad
vantage to use the northern round about
water way to escape the expensc3 ot rail
carriage. This mystification not to say
misrepresentation of the question, on
the part ot the Bulletin, we could aflord
to forgive, because it would bo compara
tively harmless, it it were not for its un
worthy resort to oft refuted pretences
that the southern route is objectionable
on the score c t climutu and the perils ot
the Florida reels, bays the Bulletin
'wheat and corn on shipboard are not
improved by tho influences of a tropical
climate," and more of the same sort. Here
we have tho vile and fetid breath of slan
der adroitly and cunningly uttered, but
wituoutevcna pretense atuisguisemcnt.
For shame Mr. Bulletin, lor shame. Not
content with the business ot the North
west, in which New York euiovs an un
disputed raonoply, you would blight by a
loul slander the trade prospects ot New
Orleans in a section of country naturally
tributary to it, and which is not and nev
er cun bo tributary to New York! Is that
generous Is that "strictly Impartial lib
erality'r" Is that your boasted freedom
trom sectional mat?
We can but feel that the Bulletin has
done the South and New Orleans a griev
ous wrong, and subjected itself to the
grave imputation of having, agau.st
light and knowledge, giyeu currency
to an exploded tiieory and an exposed
slander, lias tho Bulletin forgotten the
report ol tne vt monain Committee on
Transportation under which Congress
made the appropriation for the improve
ment or tne nioiitn of tne .Mississippi bv
the jetty system at South Pass? lias it
forgotten the record made up by the St.
J.ouis Oram Association and published
In its own columns a long listof cargoes
ot Northern spring wheat forwarded
from New Orleans In sailing vessels In
iHrurjnl lciuli P
Mir) An HO A IN. '
Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet . Co.,
Pttducah, Sbftwneetovm, Evans
villo, Louisville, Cinolnnati
and all way landings.
Th rW'Klllii1ir-Wilill,iilu.,r Vj ,i' ;
sivii. ' ' inuuo ill smiling I linauio lit
lSC'J'llas It lorgotten tho instance of
tho stcambhin .Memphis, which, loaded
with 53,000 bushels of corn in bulk, was
grounded at the mouth of the river In
June, 1873. laid thcro under a burning
summer eun for 27 days, with the ther
mometer at HO degrees; that Unullv get
ting oil to sea was compelled to return
to this port to repair a broken proneller.
discharged its cargo which was found to
be in as perfectly sound condition as
when shipped in the first Instance, and
finally rcshinncd the same irraln amide-
llvered It lu Liverpool In a perfectly sound
condition? Has It forgotten that millions
of buBhels of corn that pass through this
iori every yenr are now uoiiverod in sat
isfactory condition at various European
puriai Aim unaiiy , lias uie liulltUn lor
gotten tho long, uninterrupted and un
questioned experience of this port before
the war, when the grain products of
uie vest were cuieny sent through this
port grain, flour and provisions of u
kinds to foreign markets, the same ar
living at New Orleans, not as now on
steamers and splendid barges, but on old
fashioned llatboati that floated down the
river with no other propelling lorce than
the natural current ot tho river?
And vet with nil Hilt hofant tf rl.r. P..7.
let in descends to the ungenerous not to
uso a harsher word insinuation that
grain, Hour and provisions cannot be
safely sent through this port on account
of onr climate! Surclr soma Inn.
perlenoed hand must have written the
Bf!ciV reply to the Muuufattuw, ami
Its real editor will hasten to corre'tthe
uiunaitr mat ne wt made.
Tho steamer Glencoe, owing to the.
rapidly rising river, has proved a total
loss, :uid Is being 'wrecked by the T. F.
The Commonwealth on (lie 3rd was re
ported laying at Natche with her guard
torn oil and disabled.
Engineer Michael Roach, who was re
ported dead on Situiduy evening, still
lives, lid clings to lli'o with a tenacity
that is wonderful, and theru are now
sonic luiiit hopes that he may recover.
The Silvcrthoriio Sunday morning
brought a light cargo Iroin Kxansvillc.
Tho Flsk and Capt. Taylor for Pttdu
cah, Dora Cablerr Etajiifvillc, City ol
Chester for Memphis are due to-day.
The C. B. Church begins to load for
New Orleans this morning.
The Sto Gencvievo brought 2S0 bale
cotton tor reshlpmcnt east by rail.
The C. W, Anderson, Sunday,bronght
(KK) sacks wheat and some other freight
Pilot Mike h el ley was in the city yes
terday. The Jim FUk is out in a new dress and
is actually "too pretiy to look at." She
Is "perfectly splendid." Thoroughly re
paired throughout, with new carpets,
new furniture and new paint, she is In
first-class condition. She is tho packet
tor Paducah tins evening at f o'clock as
The Condor and Charlie Hrown lost
800 barrels Halt a I-oniayiHe the other
Tim Ren Is to be repaired at St. Louis
for further service.
Captain Carier and crew ot the 1'. P.
Schcnck arrived yesterday from home by
The new boat "Clara S." with a barge
in tow passed south yesterday.
The tcrryboat Nebraska City brought
2000 sacks corn.
Dr. R. Waldo, Surgeon Iiucliarge,
makes the following report of the coiuti
tlon ot the United States Marine Hos
pital in this city for the past mouth:
No. patients on hand Oct. .'II 21
" " received during month 31
" " discharged ' 33
' " remaining Oct. 31 Ill
Aggregate No. days relict lurnished...6Un
No. seamen furnished ofiice treatment 22
No. prescriptions so furnitlied 31
Cincinnati t'omuierci'il, Sunday: Capt.
C. W, Strode is negotiating with Captain
Wise for the palatial side-wheel steamer
Andy Kaum lor the Red River trade.
Captain Wise has arranged tor a line
side-wheel boat to take the Haunt's place
In the Cincinnati and Cairo trade
Capt. Jas. S. Wise, superintendent of the
Cincinnati nnu .Memphis, and
the Cincinnati and St. Louis packet
Lines, will, during the present season,
send out from Cincinnati tour steamers
weekly, viz: Tuesday, Andy llaum to
Cairo; Wednesday, Cons. Millar and
James D. rarkcr to Memphis; I ndav.
Mary Miller and Laura L. I uvls to St.
Louis, aud on SaturJay, Vint. Shinkle
and James W, Gall to Memphis. This
new arrangement will make plenty of
tonnage for the Lower Ohio river to
Cairo. It will be observed that the
steamers named are all tirt-cla.j possen
Millinery ami I'nnry uooila.
Mrs. C. McLean, Eighth street be
tween Washington and Commercial
avenues, is just in receipt f an elegant
and complete stock of Millinery, and
Fancy Goods ot every kind, Among
other articles we mxy mention that she
is selling fine black straw hats in all the
latest styles at lrom 40 to W) cents; cle
f ant patterns at prices lower than was
ever offered to the trade; flowers and
feathers from 10 cents to $1; silks and
velvets in all the new shades at prices to
suit. In tho hosiery for ladies and child
ren lino her stock Is not equaled by any
other establishment In the city, and she
asks the ladies to call and examine them
beforo going elsewhere. Mrs. McLean
will sell her goods of all kinds as cheap,
if not cheaper, than the Bame kind ol
goods can be bought elsewhere in this
market. She solicits an examination o
tier stock and prices, believing that she is
prepared to please all whom may favor
her with a call in both. Ladies desiring
to have hats pressed can have tho same
done for from 23 to 35 cents. 5-7tf
A FEW OF THE l'HICKS AT
PETTIS & BIRD'S,
llth AND WASHINGTON AVE,
10 lb Amber C. Sugar $1 00
10 lb N. Orleuns " 1 00
1J ll Rio Coflee 1 00
H lb White Sugar 1 00
4 lb Soda 25
1 Boxes Matches 25
Starch, per pound 05
0 liars Soap , 23
Joal Oil. per gallon 23
And all other goods very cheap.
Also, Just received, a choice lot ol Pure
Spices, Mustard, English Table Sauce
Call and see us. 2 1 Gc
Vai.tih II. I'BWNiNOTn Mittlcr
JlIAHLUK 1'INNINUTON CUrrl
t Will have Cairo every WEDNESDAY at
o'clwk ti. ni.
Hie flt-vt alrainiT
Bin Howard ..Matter
liveatairo every SATUKUaY.
4.' l 4.
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee,
- i And At -
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR
, .Washington Avonuo and Eighth Street.
The Best Extract of BiicHu
Sold By- : v
BARCLAY BROS., - - CAIRO.
The Best Sarsparilla and Blood Purify
- Xm - rr i . " 1 "- I
to do xiau ai
Barclays' Drug Store.
Each boat make clotc connections at Cairo
Willi flrtt-clawi ntcamt-ra for St. Loult.Mtm
phle ami New Orli-au, ami at Kvanaville witb
IheE. AC. K. U. fur all point KorUt and Kant,
and with the Louiavillu Mail Stsaiuera foi-all
uointa on the Upper Oulo, kiviuk tnroutrn
and paiMMingur to all points
For urther information aptly to
J.VMliS BKiU-t, PaaaxuKur Agint.
U. J. GKAMMKR,
4iinrliitcnJeni and General Fraiuht Acoat.
lu-H-ttMv. fciTanavlll Indiana.
The Hteara Ferryboat -
Will he run reitularly, leavlnir (irecn.
liRld'alunilini' at 7:4A. 9 aud 12 o'clock a.m
2 30 and :-'l0 o'clock p.m. during each
On Sumiav she will leavo the UnUiOK at
8 and 10 oclock s.rn. and at Him., and at
V. Heisser c& Sen,
AU liunurb D -Urt In
New & Second-Hand Furniture,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Corner 8th and Commerc'l Ave
Mr. L. J. eitcara.
N'o. 118 Commercial avenue, Winter's
Block, calls the attention of tho ladles to
her large stock of fall and winter mlllin
sry, ot the latest designs, which alio Is
Qally recelvlnff from Now ork and
Monday, 6cTonr.B 22,
she will hold her
sonlinutnx ono week, and wishes all the
ladies to call and examine her poods.
As her stock is large and cornplcto vis
itors can rest assured ol finding her
stock to suit the most fastidious,; and the
will take special orders for anything that
may not be In stock. Ocl4-m
Q. D WILLIAMSON,
An4 tJfalcr In
If. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
PEC.ALattia'.'ot K'.i-.n l-nailei'nti'.i H I
80 OHIO LEVEE, Cairo, Ills.
Can Be Beautiful
ly Dyed or Re
paired at a Trif
C. O. D.
Ladies' a:i Cents1
Old Hats Made New.
Xo. 0, Eighth Hire. I."
Agency for Dr. Jayne's " Medicines
Barclays' Drug store
For Holman'o ; Aguo Fad?
Go To ' rr
, BARCLAYS' DRUG STOFtE.
Chills and Povor Moiiioinoo
At Barclays' Drug St oii: .
THE BEST. PLACE TO BUY AUGUST FLOWER
BARCLAYS' Zl, J. I w.
Shoe Blacking,' Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
, AT , ........... ,,
BABCLATS' DRUG &T0BE. t ,
California Wine, Port and Angelica,
, For Medicinal use,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STOREY ! ;'?
If you want Boschee's German Syrup,
One or One Hundred Bottles, Vi
GO TO BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Extracts of Lemon and Vanilla,
Cream Tartar, Soda, Etc,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking,
; , , ' Mucilage, Ink, Etc., ;
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. s t " 1
Paint Brushes,Varnish Brushes, ,
- ; Whitewash Brushes
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
White Lead, White Zinc, Iiinseed Oil,
Turpentine and All Colors
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
McLean's Cordial, McLean's Pills,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. . V
French, English and American Perfumery
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
L Ji Ml I
Dealer inj Fresh Meat
Between Washington and Com-
morcial Avennes, adjoining
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Late of the Bt Oharl.
RATES: $2.00 PER DAY
of ull kimU of .
Fine Bocts eft Shoes
The; Best of FOREIGN and DO
MESTIC LEATHERS Alwaya
Theatre Building, Cairo Bis.
NO CURF-NU FEE! :
IS1', W-WHXa rtnM, CklM tot Ik. ni. tl ill
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Nutmegs, Spices, and Pepper
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. ' :
Homcepathic Medicines :
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Bottles, Vials, Corks, Sealing Wax :
and Corks for putting up rrult
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen l- '
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE, ,
The Best Trusses, All Styles,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
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Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
. AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.'
Cough Medicines of All Kinds o i .
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE, t
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine '-';..-
, . AT BARCLAYS' DRUG 8TUrifc.
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Clotlv. .
. ' AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORED 1
At Bafciayo' Bros Bioro
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