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i GIVE TILVXKS.
MOCLAIUTIOX BT DIB EXCELLtXCY, GOV.
STATI OF Ul.ISOIS
I, Shelby M. t'ullom, jrorcrnor ol the
Kate of Illinois do appoint Thursday,
the 2flth day of November, a a day of
Uiankf ivlnff. This purely national fes
tival, which oritftuatcd with tlio Pilgrim
Fathers, U entitled to the respect anJ ob
lerTance ot all good citizens, as recogni
tion ol the superintending providence of
Almlffhty God, and an expresson of our
thankfulness to Him for Ilia bountiful
goodness to ue as a peorle.
Not in a spirit of boastinr, nor with
out a deep sense of sympathy for the na
tions so severely afllictcd, it may Increaso
our gratitude, to remember the coudi'
tlnn of India, stricken with famine, of
Russia and Turkey, devastated by war,
and ot Franco, torn w ith lierce luterual
dissections. From these evils we have
been delivered; while our civil and reli
tious privileges, the general good health
ot the people, our majruitieent crops
and the consequent Improved condition
of all business interests, afford us abun
dant occasion fur positive rejoicing.
I, therefore, call upon the ciliwns ol 11'
linois to assemble in their places of rell
glOUS worsUly, and MiwinJ tfieir tables
and nresldf.8, to maKo tuis a noiiuuy
day of rest and of festivity, not forgetting
ts proper religious observance, but above
all, a day tor the re-assembling ot scat
tered kindred, In order to the closet knit
ting of those domestic ties which are the
pledge and ground of national union and
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the seal ol the
state to be affixed.
Done at the city of Springfield, the sec
ond ilaj ot November, A. D. 1S77.
S. M. Cvllom, Governor.
By the Governor;
Ur.o. II. Harlow, Swretary ol Stab'.
DEBTS OF THE STATES.
The bureau of statistics at Washington
has just compiled, lrom oflleial docu
ments, an approximate statement ol the
the debts of the several states, with the
following result the computation being
made to the close of 1876, except as stated
otherwise In parenthesis
Kb ode Island.- -
IXUwv . -.-
Michigan.--. - ....
M:nnaota..- . -
Ntbiuka . ......
floutli Carol ma (W8;.-
11 is lu ip pi . . - -
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21 SV- 4 fl
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2i as- 400
Colorado Is reported without debt, and
jrom West Virginia, Missouri and Flor
ida no reeent reports have been receire i.
Tin debt of Georgia, atter deducting the
amount recently repudiated, Is placed at
In proportion to population, Illinois is
In better condition financially than any
other State In the Union, except Iowa.
The amount of wheat raised in Da
kota the prtsent year, according to sta
tistic furnished by Judge Brookhngs, ol
Yanktown, Is, In round numbers, 7,000,-
000 bushals 6,000,000 bushels being pro
duced by Southern Dakota.
The new south wing of the Southern
Illinois Insane asylum at Anna has been
completed, and is now ready for the re
ception ot patients. The completion ot
this wing tncreasei the capacity of the
Institution for a hundred and tiny more
The Virginia (Xev.) OtronUle says:
"The timber used in UteCometock mines
cost $17,000 a day, the firewood, mostly
consumed by the steam engines, (COO,
candles burned In the mines, $10,00; the
quicksilver lost, $2,000, and the Ice need
ed to cool the water lor drinking in the
hot lower levels, 1,000 a day. The con
solidated Virginia alone uses Ice daily
Advices from Tennessee state that
great comDlalnt Is made concerning the
condition of the cotton crop in the rlnr
valleys. Prevailing wet weather prevents
field handt from worklr.g, and every
plantation Is a white u me ameu auow
with the unpicked staple. Many plans
rs believe tbey will not save half their
cotton. This will be so If the present
stormy weather continues. Receipts so
far this seaaon are 10,000 behind last year.
The southern dr-ain of direct trade
with Europe Is at length beginning to be
realized. Twenty years ago no southern
port bad t steam line to Europe, where
as at the present time Baltimore has fo
regular Unci, with other steamships put.
ting In frequent trips, JUid Norfolk, Xew
Orleans, Gal veston, Sarannah, anawu
mlDgton posseea Intermittent lines, run
ning throucu the cotton season and oc
casionally afterwards. The inalB reliance
thu of southern steam Unas to Europe is
cotton. It they desire regular European
Steamship they must create other com
merce to the West Indies, Mexico, and
State &yli(r. "The house commit
tee on appropriations luis, very properly.
stricken from the general bill In their
charge to Item oi H.U5.15, for the pay
sneut ot the commission which Hayes
sent to New Orleans to conspire with the
returning board of Louisiana. The pco
pie ol the United States can perhaps,
Afford to be cheated out 9! their right to
et a President better than they can aU
lord to fight over the matter, t ut they
ought not to be askcJ to pay car tare ana
hotel biils for those who do the cheaS
Johnson County i'toman: "I.um
Benson ot Mariou, pass 1 p the C. & V.
K. K. yesterday luornlng. He v.:t5 on
his way from Kcutikky, where he hal
been to arrest a man named Mitchell, who
killed Lutn's brother about tight years
ago. He snccvodeJ In getting his man
but the 'herlff world r.ot let iiecsju
bring him back fearing he would be mob
bed. So the shf rifl of Saline coui.ty, in
which the murder was committed, was
telegraphed and camo nr.J tool- charge of
Senator Gordon has ititrouuc 1 In the
senate a resolution that a clauie ot bills
inteuded for St. Mary's church, in Oier
leston, S. C, be admitted to thu country
duty lr .t?. This chime ol bells was pre
sented to the old colony of South Caro
lina bv the English Crown. During the
Revolutionary war they were captured
and scut to England, where they remain
ed ever since. An English merchants
whose name is not given, now propose,
to send the bells to South Carolina.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
v-" " nil. m.
. tPPly, or. i t, 7
fiwtr vm ihi-rtiTC ocen no sucti con
tst in the senate as is now ni;ne-scd.
One Republican senator ytstiMy, on
what was inteuded to be a test qucMion. i
voted with the Democrats on the contest
ed senatorial seat in the South Carolii.a
case. It was Conover, of Florida. Ow
ing to :he absence of Republicans tins
gave the Democracy one majority,
and Butler, of South Carolina, it tl.r
question of his admission had then bet-n
put, and if Conover had voted on thu1.
question as on the preliminary one, wf.uld.
after debate, have been admitted. '11'
subject went over without Una'
action and the nepuDikuns ma
succeed ir sumo time in pre
venting a voto 011 admission. It is als-
possible, it not likely, that Conover will
shift his vote to the other side, lie is n
citrptt-bagrr from New Jersey.
of Pennsylvania, who bought his rijlit
to speak and vote in the .-iiate in the
name of South Carolina, was during tie
debate on trial in our CiimiiJal Ceurt,
and could not, therefore, either vote with
his party or sell himself to the Demo
crats. There h much interest felt in his
final vote, as. if he vote to admit I rier
hc will vote ii'so to aJiL.it
s rorrono ash si sii",
of Louisiana, and with these ?!.. itors
seated the Democrats woul i have control
01 the Senate. As said aSove, it is f.jrty
years or more since the Senate was fi
near a tie as to make sucli a contest pi
stole, ll I'atterson vote- for Butler u
will unquestionably be because he is pro
mised or expects immunity from further
crimlnial prosecution. I have ainady
expressed an opinion that the Democratic
party cannot a2orJ to laake the purchas.
The Senate will undoubtedly 1 a-s the
bill to secure Government r' prS'-rit..;ion
substantially as it passed the 11
This, with the army appropriation bili,
the navy deficiency bill and a miscellan
eous deficiency bill, will probably be the
only results of this unprofitable extra
Members this morning believe aii ad
journment will be reached by Saturday
or Monday, unless bad blood it around
in discussing the resumption question.
'resent reliable reports make the value
I-.KAl. I.-TATF. IS THIS MrTIMCT
about eighty million ol dollars, and the
debt about thirty million. M'J-tof tl.is
debt accumulated between 1171 and 17j,
while the district was in the hatds of
Granfs Board of Tublic Works. There
was a Legislature, one Iloeso of it elect,
ed by the people, but it gave legal sanc
tion to only about one-fiftnof the debt.
Forty-one negroes die In this uietrkt
every year out of each 0110 thousand ot
the negro population, but only nineteen
whites out of each one thousand of
whites. Will papers in Southurn cities
give the like details, so that it may be
known if the colored race is dying out
everywhere at the same terriblo rate?
The figures tor the district aro reliable
being from the reports ot a very efficient
Board of Health. It the race Is dying
out In the cities and not in the country
districts, means should be used to scatter
the city populations. If In both cify and
eonntry, then the scheme for Liberian
emigration, which Is attracting much at
tention In the South, ought to be encour
aged In every way. AIcKav.
nit JsiaauKippi Kivs.it.
Gcxcrai. Chalmzr a rr.orosm'.N to
An'out a Committke on hie Com
mikce or the Missis.im Co.ssipr.R
ro O.ne or tbk Most iMroitT ant
Meslbes BEroitE Congress.
Vi ashlngton special to the Cincinnati
Enquirer, l'lth: The resumption and
army bills hare given opportunity tor
expression to all the new members, and
as yet General Chalmers, of Mississippi,
is uie oniy one who has made any mark
ed Impression. Ilia speech upon the
Colorado conteittd election was regarded
as one of the ablest legal arguments
which that debate has produced. And
his resolution for the appointment of a
couiuiltoe upon the commerce ot the
Mississippi river will likely prove one of
the most Important measures ot the
forty-filth congress. Tbo more we tes
fleet upon the proposition to create an
additional standing committee to consider
the wants ol the commerce of the Missis,
slppland its tributaries, and the Improve.
acuta In navigation necessary to its full
fruition, the more are we struck with Its
Importance and necessity. The Missis,
slppl river, as Mr. Calhoun once said, "Js
treat Inland m, aud Hi waters wail
Wh trace it course.
gulf, passing through such a variety ol
climate and production, and extending
Its arms up the Ohio to the AilV"fI,y
and up tho Missouri to the Rocky moun
tains, draining Pennsylvania. West Vir
ginia, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Iilinols,
Missouri, KHiisa. Nebraska, Iowa, Mm
nessota and Wisconsin; up the Tenneee,
the Cumberland and the Yazoo upon the
catt, tho St. Krai els the White, the Ar
kansas and the Red upon the wir, pene
trating tin very renter ol the corn, wheat,
tobacco, cotton uud .-11 jar regions of the
west, and south, and so tho thousands
ol st.iiiiihOitt and millions of Wialth
floutii'-a through one outlet U the Ki, we
UholJ a ut-iiy ::i 1 toinbiiiatioii ! iil'i'
et not to be found upon so grar.i a m.'.!"
auy where eljo in the world. Ti e Mis--Uiippl
liver is, and in the future- will l
aiuiiowledgi.l a tliepeul of tin I'nlou.
hv?e veins and arteries will 1 irniali the
iii'e-uli.od ot the iiutKiii, and who-o pulsa
tions wlH 1 c.j-ia'.ly Kit Ir.Hii its mouth
to its r mutest extrnuitii . Tho c-in ning
of the mouth cf the Mi-....j.j pi rivir will
to felt 'i:tbur.', and at the digging fl
the I '.Hi.es canal will pour wealth
IlltO -t'.V 'T.l.VM-. Ill- l 'nullum ',.
ot th Louisvillo c.ii.al on the
uli'.o, the digging l the Miwlf
SiiOjli canal iu the Tcr.utssoo.
ill.- pro; i r di-tribu:iu ol 'sna.jhoars ai.d
igiul lights in the Ml-sUsirrl rivtr. and
ilio ileeprntng ot it eh umel until :hcr"
s'aill b? a minimum depth of tii'et n let t
Ironi Cuiro to Nov ( r!ean., arc obj'-ets of
comiiion Inti rest tj all who ilwt-.l upon
the .Mi-i-:ppi r : v. r or its iribuurirs,
n i a committee wlih-h maturis a bill
tbe ii.ttn-t of m.y part of thi homogen
eous country Ililht belli ht all. nut a
committee charged with the considera
tion ot the w ho'.e c -.niiiicrr ol the coun
try, with its attent! -u i.itra--t d by the
ever-increa-ing demand-ol the 1 aboard
and hike commerce, might overlook the
wvit- of our inland comnierc or acri
ii. e its iuten-t w hen it came in conlliet
with the other. This alone shows the.
necesiiy rd divi.lii.fr 'he duties now im
posed upon the roinmi't'P on roiiunf ree.
and v.e believe it iJ a linittc I by u.l that
they should Lo divided; but there i-son,p
diflen nee ol opinion :is to how tin- divi-
on should be nude. 'IV resolution of
(iei.er.i t. halmers has gone to tne com
mit t e en rules, rotnpoi'.d of Mr. Speak
er U inJall. Mr. Stephens, Mr. saykran.l
Mr. Gartiel 1. The lar two, being frotu
the region uio: directly iutt rented, arc
lavor.ihl'j to the resolution. Mr. SU
)y.:. bivors a diriMon of ih" lormnittee
on co i;mr;v; b'H it U l.e would
pr"!er three committees oue upon the
eomi.v.T'-c ol the seal'oard. one ol the
lakes, an 1 one f t river'5. This would be to.
much of a good thing, ar.d the friends ol
the Chalmers resolutions will protest
against any cl.ai.ge being made in it, as
ire have no --peei.il in! Tc-t in any other
view thati t!ioeol otir Vailey. Mr. Han
all, the other member of the committee,
a-, usual, Is r.on-committa!. It may l e
akel whether the commerc-? ol the Mis
sissippi valley U of sufficient liaportru.ee
to deraar.d a s-r-arate committee to it.-v.--t!t'ate
its want. Let tho-c who doubt
it look to the export of cotton alone trout
New Orleans, and remml'r that tbe in-
tenor tr-. ! of tne v.x-st with the south,
inclu lit.g corn, tatat, mules and agricult
ural impiimcr.ti (.'jiialsin Vulue afiiiuaily
more than one-hl of the cettoti crop.
An 1 again, if tho rv.ili-.- u'.Iroals arc en
titled to a v para'e committee, the M:sis-
-ippi liver certainly should be, Ix cause a
single tow-coat with its barges can carry
to New Orleans at one trip n much pro
duce as seventc'Ti trams of fourteen car'
each can upon a railroad. This great
water transportation can be extended
without limit, and will b': when science
shall have accompli-hed the proper deep
ening of the channel of 'V-rivr-ani
why f'io';M it no;: seven hundred and
fiity thousand dollars a year for many
years has been spent upon the blowing
out of the llell-f late pas-age to the New
York harbor, and now an
application is about to bo made
lor two million dollars to improve the
new harbor of Port Morris, for New
York, upon the plea thut it will shorten
the trip from Europe to China juit out
ci'y. If our eastern friends had tie
mighty Mississippi river, with its irn
meii'e volume ol water and its unetjualed
self-dredging power, they would never
have permitted it to remain thus long
wasting itself in vast 1 -xpinse and build
ing up sandbars .when deep water U
needed. They would long since have
brought all the engineering sk'll and all
the wealth of the United States to bear
npon this river, and to-day, Instead ot
being filled with sandbars, which make
ordinary steamboat navigation uncertain
for many months In the year, we thould
see a channel not less than fifteen feet
anywhere from Cairo to New Orlean,
and seagoing vessels would receive their
cargoes at St. Louis and Cincinnati dur
ing many months, and at Cairo through
out the jt-ar. Another proposition h;.u
been introduced by General Gibson, of
Louisiana, which .seeks to f maculate the
proposition of General Chalmers to some
extent, and that is to incrcas" the pow
er of the Mississippi levee committee, and
give it Jurisdiction over the Improve
in' tits of tho Mississippi river. To this
we arc decidedly opposed, This would
subordiuatu tho consideration ol ques
tions which are admitted to be legitimate
lublects ol congressional legislation to n
committee the very name ol which suir.
gents doubt as to tho establishment of Its
objects. It Is an cflort to advance the
Importance ol the levee committee at the
expenaeol a great and statesmanlike Idea,
that would do moro than any thing else
to develop the great resources of the wet
ati a southwest; it would, In short, be an
eflort to make the tall wag the cleghant
The resolution, as originally Introduced
oy uenerai v,nanners, should be adopted.
It IS a grand Blld Stateaninnllkn
which grows upon US. and la thu tlrat ml
iu tho urauia that is yet to be enacted In
the union of the west and tho south, and
the election of Hendricks, Pendleton or
Voorhees to the Presidency, and Dana,
Gordon or Ellis to the Vice-Presidency
Till: W.VK IX F.IT.OPK,
Nti.omtioxs i.m tin. si chi'M't 11 or
London, Nov. 21. A special corres
pondent at (liurgevo sends the i.)llowinj
under date of Thursday: I havo been
shown a tilcgram from lluv-ian l.cad
(oiarters requeuing ilie contractors to
lurnl-h 70,(Hkj bags rd bi-cuits instantly
for the besieged in Pin na, ns Osmait
Pasha has opened negotiations tor tho
surrender f that rdacv.
A Purls eorreMMiulct!f 11N0 says it is
announced lrom liurcharest thattheKu-
si'ins havu ordered supplies of foo l 111
expectation of the cany capitulation ol
nu: iAr.owiti. u s ai.mv.
I.o.vno", Nov. 2i!. A hpeii.il lrom
Vienna viys: so fir fr in biing weaks
mod the CzarowitcL' army now
consist of eight intantrv and f iur cavalry
div isions, numbering 0 tof O.fXW men.
Mil 1 thou.'h it mnst covir tlu line from
tin Panube tii the vi.vuty ot Tirno
va it would not be easy tor th Turks to
make nuuh lmprc,io:i upon it since the
lliissians by forced matches can concen
trate three orfourdivi-ioi . en any given
point in a. single day.
lUTII.lt x 1 IV.n UM.
A great battle i tep 'tti-i! to L. in pro
gress at Tirr.ova.
A Tl RKt;H VlfloltV l:i;i Ohl 1 I".
M- hf-net All telegraph freni n-haniet
'lhurs lay. as follow s: We arrivnl here
to-i!ay. 'The Pu'-ijiw . nt one regiment
ol ii.r.ntry and one el cavulry lrom Vrat
7a againt" Neveris. These were ovir
w hi lined and cavalry regiment except
.-It iiieti wa ile'lroy'. Vea!oeaptur
e l two g ins nj a immber 01 pii-ou.
i:n.i..vm ani ti i:ki: .
CU f 1 r.l. ju -.
11..' attitude of the Knglih pres. since
tin' downiall of Turkey ha- teciue ap
parent, is almo-t ludicoruu. N arly all
i't them are in luonrning. Some are
iitraid that Ku-I:i imiy make an alliance
with France. Some ii ar that an alliance
alieady ext-ts beiwi en llus-ia and (ier
manyt" Some are suii'iieil that Jtlu--in
may "rib r unobjectionable terms ot peace,
but that Germany may ftcp in at the mo
ment an l demand that they be made
more rigorous. The milder papers are
oppose I to accept the proportion said to
have emunatid lrom l.orU Itracoh-tirld.
that "tne Power would drop tin idea ot
International control over the Christian
province di-m ind.-d by tie' t unli-ri nee,
I. tli- ;-..li.in. in return, wer-; to ih-d''
hiin-ell lo the Powers fo if ive to the three
provinces local and administrative auto
nomy, enabling lhepopulatir.il to control
the provincial iiuthoiitlcs. and providing
courts of arbitration in case ot ibib-rei.i-L'.'
A ii-w of them ate belligerent aT.d savage
in their declarations, among tin-m the
At rn'it'j I'M, which says :
It Ku.-ia has spoken ia!.-ly to us to our
f.i'-e and siie has: if Uiii-ia has brought
not prosperity into a miserable P.ulvari.i
but ruin and iractricidal ha'e into a peace
ful and prosperous liulgaria and she has
done this: ll Ku--ia lias against her now
not only the interests ot Lngland but the
lyinscience ot lutmar.ity, tli'at very "lin
matiitarJanisui' whieh was her cloak: then
we say without hc-itaiion the time is
font i r sitting still What could the
Muscovite v?i.ture lor a moment were
the Turks to be guarded by the Power
which could support hlty linti-.h regi.
men;." such as stormed tl.c Almnand held
Inkerman, and hnn .'rc lsol thousinds, if
need wer", ot Ji-r-" r.uxilianr-3 drawn
Irotn tbe 41.0 ). 'f our Moslem subs
jeers in Ilin io-iat.l-
This Is ail wrv w 11 a- an etiort to st.r
the British heart rr an at'euipt to relieve
Knglish hatred 1 Jlus-la by a ilow r I
bambasr. but lookuiL' f-iuarelv at the
fact', what is KnglanJ g"ing to do alone
or l.o.v is she g'jing to l.f-ip Tutbcy by
ru-hmg toan.i i'ir tne n r.i oi iih: Ot
toman butcher: SIm cannot rxi'C't to
have f ranco for an ally, as in ti.e Crim
ean war. apart lrom the intestine troubles
now aillicting that ui.t'orunatu llepubiic,
how soon will it h utcre Germany "ill
draw the sword ngilnst r rar.ee, jf-r ('ll-
time en-wj r If she gc in") the war
without a:i ally, how r.unr. will it b? be.
fore she co.ilror.ts the clonal legions ol
Germany: Lvcn it Frame could conic
to the r'"!nue what pos-iblf hope ot sue-
cess could Lngiand, Iraric, and I urkey
combined have in the stnirgle with tbe-e
hur.gy military giant', 11 s-ia and Ger
rnar.y: 'J'he -atcr course f.r Lngland l
to let the Muscovite havij jj.s way until
the Mussulman cries for pee e, and then
step in as the mutual friend and suggest
a treaty ot peace that will le satisfactory
to the world. J he ewtitiHiS or such a
peace would lethoexlire ti uof tlio'i'urk-i-h
name and the enfrarc hi etnent of the
Sclaric province under Creek govern
mentto which, in the in crests, of hu
manity, civilization and piogre ."niilit
be added the t.vpuUion of he Turk from
Lastern Kurope ba k t ) h s Asiatic-do-ruitiior.s.
; lier.il Di lil ilT.
Vital weakr.'.-.s or deprcsion: a weak
exhausted feeling, r.o energy or courage;
the result of mental ovor-work, indis
cretions or excesses, or some drain on the
system, is always cured by Humphrey's
Homeopathic Specific No. 2S. It tones
op and invigorates the ytem, imparts
htrength and energy top the drain and
rejuvenates the entire rnaa. I'.een used
twenty years with perfect succe-s by
thousand'. Sold by dealers. Price $d
per single vial, or f.j per pa kage of live
vials and "$2 vial ol powkr. Sent by
mail on receipt . pr.ee. Address
Humphrey's Jloin'opatl.ic Medicine
Company.liiFultoi. trcetN. .
Olxl melius Viitnrf,
lu-tead of aiding her lu her ellorls to re
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well when one is sick, ctthii is pre
cisely the course pursued -of course un
wittingly by persons who are continual
ly dosing themselves wit'i powerful min
eral drugs for some malady with which
they are afflicted. Such banelul medica
ments rather lend to retard recovery than
to hasten It. How much more sensible
are they who employ the gently acting
but thoroughly efllcleiit restorative, Ilo.
Btetter's Stomach hitters, which, unliko
the drugs referred to, is eminently whole
gome and safe; and InMca J of injurylng,
Improves the tone ot the Ktomach and re
creates health mid vigor In tho broken
down system. Indigestion, liver conn
plaint, constipation, kidney nnd bladder
ailments, and rheumatism, yield to its
corrective, influence, and It Is tho remedy
and preventive par excellence for Inter
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disorders bred by miasms tainted air and
water. It I, moreover, n superb nppet-I"-
Win. Itlelmoll, ncnlrr In nnd Mnnu
Ineiurer of f urnlliir.
Oll'crs sjiceial Inducements In Dressing
Cases and Parlor Suits. Also In all vurl.
ltics of Furniture, such a Folding, Cnmp,
Cane, Wood Seat, ir.oe.ken and chairs;
P,cdpteads, I'.ureaus, Looking Glasses,
M:tt;rcfes, and all oilur articles of furni
ture iiumnglnahle. The blot.dy eha;m ol
bottom prices has been reached, and Mr.
Llchhr.ll' now stands toady to meet the
reasonable requirements of the closest
buyers, either ot large or small quanti
ties, and satisfaction gu irantved. Po
litone's and Kourteous treatment ast:ureil
all wishing to examine goods. 1 Invito
all persons to come and look tit my stock
and obtain my prices. Factory and sales
room corner of Seventeenth street and
Wir-htngton avenue. 17-1 sn
n f ailure kiiuttii.
lucre is no case on record wnere l)r.
Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and
Ilorehouud has l.iiled to give satilaction.
On tho other hand, whenever it has been
ued by our people, In severe colds,
coughs, iiuhma, broi.chiii-. croup,
whooping-cough and con-uniplion, they
are enthusiastic in Its praise. Containing
ip) opium or otlur dangerous di ng, it
does not eoii'-tipato, and l afe to admin
ister iu all conditions of health. This is
an important announcement, and the suf
fering are ndvi-ed to heed it. Tii.il sic.
Id cent-; large Me, M irut and One
Dollar. S .ild by Han-lay Km.
ANo agent; for Prof Park! r's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which W sure ihaih to
worm-. Pleasant to take and requires no
pliy-ic Pii. e Jo cents. Try ir.
CLOSING OUT At COST
Mrs. i '. Mc Lean desires to announce to
the public that she has determined to
clos"" out !n-r large and elegantly assorted
stock ol M II. I. IN 1111 V GOOOS, inclu
ding Ladies' 1THNIS11ING GOODS ol
nearly every description. I'NPF.Il
W'FAU, lIiiSlbll'iY, etc., with a very
large assortment rd I.adiiv', Mists' r.nd
hildrensSlliiKS, nllof whi' li must he
sold withiti the next
AtCusr. Now is the tiu.e lor ladi. s t..
bllV ll.lt', l.l.d e-i -nihil';' 1 id the
lA ol ! bilis ni'l-'t be scttl-d at
one, or tin v will be put out fur col
Milt, f . Mi I. FAN.
BOOTS & SHOES,
Cofi'ee, Sugar unil Syrup.
Spocialt? in Teac.
Good Delivered Promptly.
llnsf, Pr.fi!lrt. H. 1J. Ciwli.'-r.
.v..3. Vii.T J';. d'l. I'. -I. Ki-riii. A-s.-rl. i vl.'r
Klin.: Ccmtr.'.rcUl Ave and b.h 3trn t
K. Tiro--, i in. Win Klu;', I
I'. Sill, I ..iro. Viii Wulic, CdH.i.
A. hu.iir.kj, I II I.. Kiilii.tfvy, fei J.o
t. Ilu'ltr, ' ait'.. II. V,., I n.io.
K. II I'.r:n.:iuin, ft. I.o.im.
J. 1 . U':Ili.iOn, I tti:'l..liU4-
A ticaeml ISnuklnf HiihIucms iimie
ft'.K'Imrip: colli wi'ltiouyM InU-rput j.hi.1
d ii.t - uv.11,,'1 y(,'ilirMli''Tl" . .i.lir'r'.i..lirt liiifl.;,
D'l all l.'l jin.HH lmiumii- hiti u I
STRATTOK & BIRD,
Ag't) AMERICAN POWDER CO.
!7 Ohio Lnvoe.
Evansvlilo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetawn, Evone
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The elcunt Bllo-wliccl utoaiucr
N Ai.TaH Ii. rKuxiNaro.t Mnilct
JllAlll.ltr. raKNfNflTO.H Clerk
t Will ivo Cairo wry WtIKblAY at
j'clor.k 11. III.
Tho fli.t't ati-amrr
Man ltowno ...Munti'r
ho. Iii.niA. ciurk
Ivi'd Cairo evorv SAl'UUDfvY.
Ri h lKt mukrn clotn eonnoctlona at Cairo
With tlr)t-cUu t,mer for ht. IxiiiIb, Mrm
plwntn.ew Orluaui), ami kt KvanaTille with
IhoK. AC. It. It. for all iiolma North ami Kut,
anil wllb the l.ouuvlllr ilail Humera fouall
point on the Uiiptr lllilo, kIviok thrnuKh re
wll.u onfrulKUU aoul iiatmuKcru to all tiulnta
Ji'or iirthrr Information apjily to
IAMKS HIiilH, rvmwtn Atfcnt.
J.M.i'HU.Ul'H, j Ak'ibI.
. frln (1. J. GHAMMICIl,
dui-Tinti')il.nt anil Gvurral Fmlilit Aifnt,
M-a-JU-U. kranivillt Inillutia.
VupU ffwkwM, mlb PrUtLlit, inalUU l 'r flltT . nli.l
Klil V-tUnxU ullktyiil rlirr, 1m ftMi
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee,
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAK,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street.
White Lead, White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-All toltrs-!:iJj for tls finish,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
SignaL,0il JTeatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
The Elgin Kerosene Can
Tho Only Perfect Can in
th9 World. Made of Glass
and Warranted cot to
Leak, Corrodo or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
Tha best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and I
r.,,1 ,r Wtr. 11 l It.,'. n!
.vvuoii. u ftun tit uiuir rricus -
Agency and Depot for Aycrs' and Jaynes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
Wholesale and Retail,
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use-Very Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
Tho Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsaparilla and Blood Purifier
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoo Dressing, and Stove Polish
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Liict wefck I bouf,'hta10 cent packunof Wu.lnne ami done mv washing in one half
tho uhuuI tlmo at le tliun lialf tho cost ol .Soup. My clollici were whiter. 1 did not
have to rub them, ami it IM Dot thriok my wouIouh, and for once 1 wua enabled to get a
hot dinner on Monday. So ladies try It, und you will ave labor, time and money. It iu
porfoctly sufo to u-e It. MH8. A.
5 and 10 cent Packages. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Golden Lion Cologne-0' SJn5SSlffiSEMW
ruro Imported Ha.y Jtiim, Kplciidld Canada Tar
Soap l!iigliIi and American Noap Fine Im
ported llandkereliief KxtraetM In origi
nal HottloH or in Droken (nantl
ties an wanted at low prlcen.
Bujf Your Brags
At Barclays' Drug.Sioro.
Ths Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. S. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Hiyhly Commended by the
U. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY,
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rate the
S2rno with Insurance Companies. Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
if fcJHippifc 'i
yfv'S he At. I
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