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TIm katahti f the abow orrwr mm
kHi tu Aral axl third Monday
tar month. uoDumrow itoi "
ouita or mo am 0. G. M
KaicMa of Fythia, bum
da? mifbt at QU-pl wrap, u uu
'"t,nrWT)lB liODQI. KO. M.
T Indapaadw OnV of Ml-r"l-
" V Iowa, mart Thursday BUM
j half-out Mivcn, In their halloa
rVunmcKul ituim. MtWMB Sixth and geraath
OA1B0 ENCAMPMENT, I. O. 6. ., roti
Vln Odd-fellow' Hall on tlx flrat tnd Uurd
A. Comikob, C P
ACATBOLODGB. N0.7,A.r. 41. M
- Unlit mrular nummiinintlonl in tU'
XJCaomo Hall, conuur Couuraial arenrt
I and Eighth itiw, o tba tuoond ana
ftmrtn KonaaY oi cn moo in .
1,109 hTe signed the pledge In AN
Buslnws at Bloomlngton is suspend
ed on account ol bad roads.
Tliug iioiB mcai,yao tramp tn
one Illinois Central freight trau.
In CarbomMe you cm buy the best
cuts of beet at ton tents per pound.
The JackKn county farmers set $1
and $1 10 pa bushel for tlielr wheat.
HcaTralna "haTfl o Injured the
roads abonf Peoria that business Is
greatly depressed .
At Stesriinr all the factories are run
ning on full time, and business is good
in all lines.
The BeUcTllle and Eldorado Railroad
is rapidly rogresaing through Franklin
The good people of Douglas County
are getting np a prospecting execursion
On toeITih a tramp entered the
bouse of & respectable farmer, near El
wood, aaiaadTagaljldy alone outra;d
, In a saloon fight at Ottawa, on the
15th. a man Eiaiedllidea was shot and
fatally injured. 5 .'
The public shool at Virginia lu
been suspended nntU Jaa. 2, on account
of diptheriv which broke out with yo
lence among the pupils. ' " , '
The .Illinois Central is making
through shipments of produce from all
its stations to New Orleans, and will give
bills' of Jading to English points.
Hon. II. S. Tan Eaton, a former cit
izen of Cass County, in this State, and a
graduate of Illinois College in the year
1848, is talked of forjudge of the circuit
court of the south western circuit of Mis
sissippi, where he has resided for twenty
Are year . -'
Ansom Lyman, ot Winchester, who
for years has been addicted to excessive
intamDeranr'. stent tiia tiiwiurn caw
nights since, and stuck to it a day or two.
Becoming greatly prostrated, a prescript
tlon was glfcn him, of which he took an
orer-dose, and died immediately after
ward. " ' " '
F. Harris, a merchant at Kockport,
in Pike county, was assaulted by three
men, about two o'clock on the morning
of the 18tb,'ana robbed of about $7,000,
The met) went to Harris' bouse, wuked
him up and got him to go to his store to
sell them a coat, which they stated they
wanted for a man who had just died, ana
whose body was being prepared for bu
rial. Alter getting the coat they oflcred
a (20 bill, and Harris unlocked his sale
to change It.' Just as he unlocked the
door be was struck on the bead, knocked
down, and choked. The men then took
out the money 17,000 which flams
brought from Louisiana a day or two be,
fore, and left;' They have not since been
beard from, Harris was badly hurt, but
his injurie are Mtdangerons.
CoC E. McB. Timony, late register ot
the land office at Boise City, Idaho, has
been arrested tor taking Illegal fees.
Three Jaw. studenM at Ann Arbor,
Mich., have been bound over to the cir
cuit court for trial on charge ol destroy
ing wilfully some private property worth
Major Thomas M. Vincent, who has
been on' duty as assistant ad j utant-gm-eral
at the war department lor fifteen
years, has been ordered to the depart
ment of Jexaa. , ',, .; ;
-Chiriea ". Williams, late collecting
clerk for tbs Stock Yards National Bank,
at Chicago, who disappeared some weeks
back with-15,500, baa bocu arretted 100
mites ntrtb ot Toronto, in Canada.
Tn Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph
compatly. n&s rescinded its decision to di
vide all the Franklin Telegraph stock in
its Dosaesaion among the Atlaullo and
PaciflcjockboltJers, by way of dividend.
John A. Miller, alias Chapman, has
been arrested at St. John N. B on
charge if uttering forged papers upon bis
father'! tack, in Augusta, Georgia, and
$100,000 Is said to be the amount thereof
Tholar and pleasant weather has
enabled die engineers to run the wire of
the East Elver suspension bridge without
intcrny)Un, and to stretch it faster than
almlla work was oyer done on any other
Tne nbseriptloni at Chicago to s
tsxe thav loner .medical library have
mched. about ,.$8,000, and the medical
profestHn bu been pretty thoroughly
GaATaawa The success ol the enterprise
beneeftftt rents chiefly with the general
In the crlBurfal eoun, 0t the district
ot Columbia, on roeaday, caiic,
wexeeaUeiajjdnst 0. 0.a Dowart, cou.
Beete4flthteadadauatraUon ot the at
fclrUftlu FmdBw's Boreao, and In
definitely postponed, because the gov
eminent docs not desire to relieve hi in
from bfs present duties tocoiueto Wash
ington lor trial.
Geore Itod, who visited the stock'
yards in East St. Louis, on Tuesday, as
tte representative ot several St. Louis
banks, to collect dralts and settle ac
counts, bad Jut reached the yards and
was passing through one of the gates,
when be was seized and relieved of a large
wallet that contained somo $20,000 lu
dralts uiul checks, but only 3ii in money
The book was subsequently found on tho
railroad track, but the robbers have not
yet been arrested.
The funded debt of theChurrli of the
Holy Trinity, (Key. S. 11. 'I :?. Jr.,)
Madison ayenuo and 42d s:rc t, New
York, amounted to $r0,000, and an at
tempt was made last Sunday to raise that
sum lrom subscriptions by Its con-rre-eatlon.
Mr. Edward Kimball, ot Chi
cago, acting as a dispenser ot tho chari
ties of some wealthy philanthropist, gave
$40,000 te tho fund, and $70,000 in aJJi
Uou was raised durir! the i.tternoon
from the congregation.
The Baldwin Locomotive Work, at
Philadelphia, has received an ordt-r from
ltussla to immediately proceed wltU tiie
eonatrt",,1(1B ''rty larjjo-sted, first
olass IrVght "noises, to bo eonpMd
CnrlL'jj r i'bnnry an I Aimh, lr;S. It is
itsted that the Russian govrrumc-nt lias
absorbed nearly nil tbe railway stexks lor
war purposes, anJ that it l boinjr inpl Jly
used up and itroyc-i iu that ruinous
Proceedings againtlohn C. Vogel,
former sberuT of St. Louis, and now pres
ident of the St. Louis Fire Insurance
company, and a wealthy citizen, charged
with attempting rape upon Mane An
toinette nuguevette, arc denounced by
thst gentleman as "blackmail," and be
has already bad the woman arrested and
sent to the workhoue for raislcs aw
in bis business office, and a Cerci in ie
porter was terribly Uaten by two of
Yogel's ner hews for some rather lre
comments c-n the propensities of the old
rll oftbaTexai Riot.
Kew Tott HerJd.
The s:enc of the disturbances iu Tcxas
is a salt deposit in El Paso county, 'i he
dislurVance is a riot. The salinas have
been used ever since the settlement ot the
country, by all the people of the region,
and by Mexicans lrom Chihuahua,as their
resource for salt. The land lay open to
all comers, until in 1S50 it was "locate 4" '
by a company, w hich tried to exact a toll
from the people tor the salt they gathered.
ThU was resisted so universally that the
company ceased their efforts and a-jn-doned
the land, and the free collection of
salt went on uutU a few month3 ao,
when the successors ol the former owners
again claimed possession, and employed
one Howard as tneir attorney to coliitt
tells from the salt gatnerers. since men
there has been an increasing excitement
among the people ot the neighborhood,
and two or three mouths ago there wag
a riot, which was put down.
The leader ot the opposition to s.A
dues was a man naintd Cordova, au Ital
ian, who was a local politician and a po
litical OppOttlfUt ol Il'ju-ard, ftuti bcli;-
popular man, hid defeated How'ar J in a
contest for a local office. Not long ago
How ard met Ci rdovain a store and ihere
killed him, which caused more trojMe
and intensified the bitterness. The pres
ent disturbance has grown out ol these
The populat'ou ot El Paso County u
largely of Mexican origin, and there is
no proof here that thn Mexicans engajrea
in rioting are other than residents l the
county and citizens ol the United States.
One of the sources ot oosslhle exeltx-ment
and trouble in lh Sf border matters arises
from the lact, that when Mexicans are
accused of wrong or lawless conduct,
they are oflenest inhabitants and citizens
of Texas, w hereas the public wrongfully
understands them to be people from
across the border, ihoso who are In
dustriously tomentinga war feeling here
avail tneinflves constantly of this con
fusion o( terms.
(irniu and Provision.
Chitatgo Journal, lf. 1 -?tli .
Chicago elevators, as '.er oHitl.tl Jig
ures, contain 1,233.970 bu-hels ot w heat;
404.004 bushels of corn; 101,004 bu'beUol
uaU; 70,090 bushels ol rye, and 0i-!,7'Jl
bushels of barley, making a grand toti.l
of 2,530,701 bushel.', against 2,332.912
bushels one week ago, and 5,198, I0
bushels at tills period last year.
Vessels In tho harbor contain M,C" J
bushels of wheat, 299,73'J bushels ol corn
and 6,435 bushels ot oats, making the to
tal amount of grain in Chicago 2,883,507.
The stocks ol bog product in the hands
of packers and warehousemen hero cm
the 15th iustant Included 6322 barrels
ot all kinds ol pork, 10,036 tiercas ol lard,
23,152 tierces ot sweet pickled hams,
6,807,104 pounds ot dry salted shoulders.
and 23,319,7S pounds of sides.
New York and Brook lyn warehouses
are stored with 2,83s,010 bushels of wheat,
1,481,942 bushels ol corn, l,Sl'J,lu bush
ell of oats, 306.5)42 bushels of rye. tWG..
074 bushels of barley, 351,030 bushels of
Vislhlo supply of jrain m tho States
and Canada on the 8th Inst.: Wheat. IU.-
307,158 bushels: corn. 5.424.171 bushels:
oats, 3,573,207 bushels; rye, 618,072 bush
eis; barley, 4, Ul,7o7 bu'.hels.
Lxports from the leading seaboard
ports, last week. Include 75,105 barrels ol
flour; 7C0,So8 bushels ol wheat; 1,032,0 1'J
misneis oi corn; l.DMbuiliels ot oats
20,2J bu-hels of rye: 4.871 barrels ot
pork; 6,8J7,11 pounds ol lard, and 0,s
C43.0S5 pounds of hacou.
Jlllwaukee warehouses contain 009,120
nuiiPi oi wneai; 9,52:1 bushels of corn
i.J,tS7 bushels ot oats; 51,001 bushels ol
rye, and 332,783 bushels ot barlev. "
Becrliur n llto nth.
Baltimore Sun : Henry Ward Bcccher,
in his sermou on the late Tlianksgiylnjf
day, spoko of the south hi a manner Unit
shows he is repentant on ouo point at
least. He said tho south was a "erect
people," ruined, as ho thought, by slav
ery, which, it might bo added, was lorced
upon thorn to a great extent by tho Brit
ish government ;' but now," he exs
claims, "my heart turns to them with
zeal and admiration." He added: "1
love thorn , their noble conduct since the
war more, Infinitely more tliau wipes out
everything that happened before. Loud
and prolonged applause. Some men
- 1 iP0M tnat yott cw t,V jnAmer-
lea anything more than a cum
ber of provinces ruled by a central and
monarchical authority.' Well, la their
anomalous condition at the ciouo oi mo
struggle the southern states were provin
ces, but where lu bistcry have provinces,
ever acted as did these despised statue ol
the sunny south? The men of the south
had stood up lor their convictions; they
were the victims of the curse ot slavery,
and plunged by it into war. No men on
the face ol the earth ever carried them
selves better or more nobly. When ruin
was their portion, and their fortunes were
poured into the open maw of war, they
rose to a nobility that was sublime," It
is said that at the announcement ol these
sentiments "the church fairly shook with
applause, and Mr. Ileecher was constrain
ed to apologize tor the enthusiasm which
had carried him away from his subject."
fit. I.onla FrApoa Orgnntia
Nleiiifthlp tun puny t atporrfl
llrinrrrn ih M!ahmipl Valley ami
St. Louis December 10. At a mrellnff
of the board ol director of tho Merchants
exchange this uRernoon, Mr. Charles
Nathan, who has spent several months in
tho West Indies ami South America, in
vestigating the tiade and commerce ot
these countries and the prospects for sus
taining a steamship line to them lrom
New Orleans, ruade an elaborate report
of his information and view?. He be
lic.'ts that a great trade can be
built up between the Mississippi valley
and South Americn with but little ellort
and not much roouey. ft was proposed
to orjranizi a company, to be called the
MiiiaiiM vane? iraui.ig comixMiy, to
ciir:er Meauim for the traile, and irs
hiurd of dirwtors to havo authority to
maiie advances on shipmeuts Cy sUan?
hol.U r. A ctnisidenble sum has already
been suhserihed In New Orleans to such
a company, and the project is very is
vorably received here. Another. and
more general meeting will be held in tw o
or three days, when it is prorate that
some definite action wil lie taken toward
putting the company on a substantial
has!. The question of opening direct
trade between New Orleans and South
America is exciting great interest nmonjj
Ik EAT II IS THE riASM.
A NEW TOns CITY CANDY inuill I'l.
MOIISHED EY AS EXPLOSION AND THE
WORK OP DESTKCCTIOX COMPLETED F.Y
I IHK BETWEEN riTTY AND ONE IU"N
pr.E!) LIVES LOST.
New York, Dec. 20. An explosion,
Immeuiately toiiowca Dy lire, occurreti
at live minutes past 5 o'clock this evei -ing
In the immense candy manufactory
ot GrventleM A Son. No. C3 Barclay
street, which extends in the shape of an
L to College Pisce. A large number of
cirls of all ages were employed at tl e
time in the building. The walls ldl
w.tum a tew mmuws aittr ice explosion.
A policeman who was on duty near the
building says ha saw the front of the
building, five stories high, tail b'.o the
street. Fifty -six wounded and oao dead
person were reported at the Chambers
street hospital at C: 15 o'clock. A num
ber were also seU to Cellevue and other
hospitals. It is csumat"! th-: wounded
w Ll reach 1J5.
BUT FEW EJCAPED I'MXJl'CEb.
Mr. Greenfield, owner ot the factory.
could give no Idea ol bow many were in
the buiiding at the time of the explosion,
but, thought about 110. Of these about
50 escaped by the College place entrance.
'k'. a small number got out through sk -
lights, walked over roofs, and got down
the ifcrlfzlits c-f ob-r bol.'tiinj-. 'ih
look ke per, who was on the Barclay
street side building, was blown out
through the window to the street and
badly cat on the head. Several jumped
from the second s'ory and escaped with
slight injuries, the lull being broken by
the policemen and citizens on the side
walk below. No lair estimat ol the loss
of life can be given to-night, but it must
Parties employed in the factory wre
prineipilly young girls and boj, from 8
to 20 years of ge. Owing to the
apriroach of the fcolldays
was employed, one working durlrg the
day nod the other at night. A t th very
MwtHt calculation then: tuujl be lurty or
f.t y bodies in the ruin", lhe liremen
will keep a etreum of water on the ruins
allnifiht. and will have tbe Btreet cleared
and be ready to comrupnee dlpK'mg lr
bodies tijmorrow. The greater sacrifice
ot life waB amonjr younjj girls, many of
whom from 8 to 15 years were employed
ml'Ans and asortinif and packing candles
on tl.e lirs' floor over the boiler, which
wa4 siiuated in tbe basement of tbe rear
end of the Barclay street wing ot the
The following are the letters remain
ing uncalled for at the pout oflice, ut
Cairo, 111?., Saturday, Nov. 2J, 1ST"
Anderson, Ben A; Bradford, Henry;
Bour, J .S; Barrett, Thos; Burns, Thos;
CurnuiinH, 1-Jdward; Clemons, Geo;
Chancy, John Y.; Colman, J 1!; Conley,
I'eti r; Cole, P C; Clemens, T P; Devol,
Jowpli C; Early, Wm; Fisher, John;
Fry, J W; Flemming, Michael; Glp
son, Allred; Gardner, A L; Har
mon, Mr; llolliday, A; Hums
UtoUr. Frank; Hair's, J W; Hodge,
J 11; lloiwuian, Ollir; Harris, Tony;
Householder, Wm; Kennedy, Hugh;
Lorance, John; LaMontajue, L; Moore,
Geo; Mills, Jas F; McMillan, John; Ma-
lor, i'at; McGinnls, T P; Penney, Henry;
Kcwoll, II S; Bouncr, John; Robinsonf
J; Husscll, Win M; Spencer, II; Kluims,
E A; Steger, F H; Standi, Geo; bmith,
II S; Stevens, Thos; Thompson, Albert;
Taylor, Manuel; T'elley, Geo; Thorar
boh, R; Whipple, Dr; Wilson, AllM-rt:
Wilgus, Chas; Wllklng, Herman; Wood
l ull, J W; Warner, J A.
Cury, Emma; Davis, Lizzie; Enlow,
Mggle; Gipson, Chanty; Gallurhen,
Jlupgle; Harrison, MallGia T; Hughes,
Mary, Haley, Kate; Jones, Matglo V;
Biisson, Mary; Stgela, LouUe; Williams,
Persons calling for any ol tho above
loners win pieano uy auvertlni'il.
Gko. W. McKtiin, P, M.
Mr. Georgo Wise, tonsonial artist, lnte
with (Conrad Alba, the Sixth street bar.
ber, has opened a shop ot his own on
Ohio Levee two doors above the Tlsntcr's
Ilouse, Mr. Wise is a firsUclass barber
and a clever gentleman, and In bis Inter
course with bis patrons li always Bttcn
OUR MOTTO: " Tho Best
Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
M&3E 3D JE 2 fgSs
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Collees, Tea3, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
miXTS, DOMESTICS, BLEACHED MUSLIN'S, SHIRT
INGS, FLANNELS, TICKINGS, DRESS GOODS.SILKS.
A full lino of tV-iyd, Mattings,
asks, dailies' ami mm?' looU.
Thl alock i entiri'lr New and Fresh.
lar Stock rmbracc every thins needed in
uootu. i'ii'ae rive u a call, rxauiliit) our
five and courteous.. His shop Is fitted up
In Cue style, and lie asks his old friends
and acquaintances to Rive him a ca'.I.
Ut Demi Iteblltiy.
Vitnl weakness or itpresilow weak
exlmtt-ited fecllny, no energy or courage;
the result ot mental over-work, Indif
cretlons or escc?t?, or omc drain on the
system, i. always cured by Humphrey's
Homeopathic Specille No. 2. Ic tones
up and Invigorates the y?tcni, impart
trcngib aud energy ?topthedraiu and
rt juvematt s tlie entire man. Been ued
twenty years with ptrlect success by
th-if) !-. Sold by dealer.". Trice $1
per iHifle vial, or $3 per package of five
viaissnd i2 vial cf powder. Sent by
mail on receipt of price. Addres
Humphrey's Homeopathic .Medicine
Company. 109 Fulton ftrret N. 1" .
E. F- Kunkel's Bitter Wins of Iron
Hi Bevfr Wen known to fa.l In ther.ire ol
en5j, autQilci w,tn ymptom, ln iicipvi
tion to rxrruon. lots cf iuhloit, uiKculty oi
wtal, DervoiM trRnbl;nt tlrvadtul horror oi
iltaili nutit iwrl, cold fI, tteaknes, ilim-
tnn oi vunn, luiguur, univentl u.situue ol
lheniuwauriyst.il), coormout apvtinc, Willi
(lyr,npl.c system, bot lun'l-i, II -uHU i ol Uie
b-j it. 4ivd; ol thei-kiu. pallul couuteaanct
mil enpti Bi on the (ck, purii'virK tr.e Hood,
ttio iota tuck, Lmtice-ij ol the eyelid lie
qjent blcJt fpoM Utiej U-ione th eje, with
temporary tiuuion m loss oi rem , want oi
itieijilon. eic Tbeae symi'tom all arlM! lrom
webkn. n o remedy t:mi u-t K. r . K un
let t tiit!r n ut oi iron, i' Lever ian. ioou
.aL'ls re DOwtnjuviug helm wlio I v u-e'i
t. thr ssnaine. o:u oily A l "CiUle.
IfcVeosly 1-. I'. Kunkel's.
for hu el Bi!!r W i:,e of Irin. Thii
tiu:y v:uUe tonic )u wa o tbnroniruiy
tettrl by ell t!.! of '.V cooiiiiuuity that it Is
row deenjxl in'ilii'aMesj 1oa,c meilu.ne.
It ewU but little, penile tte 1.mA, un l $ivf
tone to itt t:tiuca, re&uvum lUt cyMeai uuu
pro.orfs Lf. -
lew Giiir ulia tr.al c this T;!n' lt tonic.
Prict SI tr bvttl?. 1'.. Y. HVSK.KL, Sol
Vl Vh!l1.-!. hi.. I'll A..r k" j r, k..i ' Iu I.
ter'.'!!, ol Iron, and ti ou other. A fhirur
fr.pl) 01' tb r rf(.r.etor on taca wrapr, iU
utivtri ire counttft
Eewrec! cr,ar.trf in T:o not lu yo:;r!n:ir
n til yoa aoy but Kl-!::l' &:! U put up
onlf an ab 'Vt rf-prt-wnU;!. Yon can pM aix
bottt Iji i. All l ain it one uupie u-.n.
Tape Worm Bemoved Alive.
lleal di1 all mn.plfte in two hour. No fee
til! oca I p aaei. at I'm ar d Moriiacti W orinn
rmow i f nr. rtfvxiL, in oriu .imii
jLdviot irM. lf until Hi-a i ana all p-c
in (ii'i an I alire. I'r K'jakl la ihvoaiy iuc
crMfal pr.yi ian in This uiunty for the removal
ii W ar4 hit Vtinn "MP It nleatant anil
ef f .jtbililrfn or rrown i-rons. M:nd for
cir:uiror-k tor a bottle of krittCa WmiM
Math. JncH a bot'J. Get ltol your ilrug
jiit. It nr.tr iil
MA.NLFACTUBEF. AND DKALKIt I
Mr.Uloclf denircs to rv. thu attention ot
tbe 1'uMio to tlio luut that lie hun al
wayson hantl ft lar'o, nw and lantiionabie
tocH of reaiy-ms'le custom llouU and
Shoes which he will tc'l nt
THE LOWEST -'PRICES.
Call Onliim At
73 OHIO LEVEE,
( iiy National Il.ink 11 lilllnu, i.p.sm'i.
0!!f.'t ' KM-.iiil.-h'.d Apcnr-y in fouti- w
Illlnoi.i, uii'l r'prcs'intlntf ovr
tQZ 000 OOO
Ii::::' ::i Csnis.
)y Dyed or Ro
pnived ot t Trif
C. O. D.
Old Hats Made New.
. ao, i:iteiitu Mi i.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,J
Attorney At Law
Goods at the Lowest Prices."
Floor Oil Cloilis, Curtain Dam
Children s Shop?.
iSneeial attention kIvoii to Country trade.
tne fity or Country, iu Groceries or lhy
irootH and nrices beloro you buy.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
f'ft,!l Papar, "Window Glass, Win
now Uhadoa, do.
il'v.n no nanil, I!jc f'jntU'. il!ijio:nli
Corner !'."! eati Strsst ai l W(iat-i
i." i .v'
and all kinde Country lrodui.'e.
83 Ohio Levoo, Cairo, Ills.
Of Ten Ycaw' Duration. The Dis
charges Thick, Bloody, and of
Foul Odor. Senses of Smell and
Taste WhoL'y Cone. Entirely
.SAittURTS RADICAL CURE,
i Mr.Wee:!!FsnT! Of nttemrn i f.l r om.
relle4 to ackDOW)eoe'e to you tlie preat beut
kxrovo't liiDiCit, Craa Ima been to inc. For
ten year. I have beer afflicted Willi tlila loathtom
dlaw, and etpeclally In the winter time biia It
been root aevere. Tne rilKbarire baa been tlilck
ai 1 bloody, emitting a foul odor ao bad that my
piewrice in a room with othera wan very off naive
to tbem. One wetli arter commenclnK the ue of
(UxroK&'i Radical d ti I n not tronbled wha
It at ail. M)'. ri. ; c,t tsIn ami tmell, which vr
V-hotlji con'.-, hare now fully returned, and my neu
tral cealtU 11 UiUCUU.ipr"v'"1 Yonrj,
sii;njorFVE ii. rortn,
Csasd RiriDi, Mice., Not. 8,
' Gentlement The rjackas or 8A)nnro' Cnt
trrlvi-d bcroto-nltintallrhlit Idon'tknuw wntl
Jhould bare rlonn if Hbad not been for IhLri'roeilr.
hnro t'lrd Nasal IJOU' In nd everythlu if ele, and
Hboutf!i I have been ablo to atop tbe ohVnniva ill.
cbarre, I have not ben ahl-to recover my viiaeaot
laate andimell until Itrleil Baxford'Cc. Ton
tan reler any one yon cboiwe to me, and I will
theerftilly Inform them In detail a to the betioSt
(lit reiueUjr baa tieen to me. Vonr.
Mitl.noCI'AE II. FOHD.
CsaJtd Kajqi, Mica., UT. U, ll'i.
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE
Hot onlT promptlT arreeta tbe corrodlcp dlichar?.!
In Caurrb.but.by iympathetlc action, It re.tore. to
Bonnd beallb all the orirnnl of the hear! that hT9
tcorne ifrected by It, aua exhibit any ol the follow
Um all action:
Pefoctlve EyMlfiht, Inflame ntl Mnrtfry
Eyea, Painful and Wau-ry Eyea, Lom of
' IIt arlD(?, Euracho, Menralirlu of the Kar,
Ilarbanea front the Kar, Hinging Noiai a
In tho Heiul, JJluineaa, Norvoua Ilead
' ache. Pain, in the Templea, Loa of tho
rk'nao of Taate and Nmell, Klonjftitlon of
the fjrula, Inflanjiaatlon of the Tortilla,
, "Patrld bore Throat, Tickling or Hacking
, Conch, UronchiUa, and iilevdlug of Uiw
Earn partake rjontalna I)r. Banford'ntmprorerl
thliallDKlubit, Willi full and carelully prep.red ll
ri'ttlou.for una In nllcau't. price. If. Foraaleby
all wholeaala and retail &mtf and dealei-a
thronirhnnttneUnltcd htatoiaridCnnaila.. Vfh KK3
ft POTTEit, Onoral AgcuK and WUoleaala Lrug
gl.U, But too, Mi.
AH ElnetrrClTril Battery, corotilnea with
a blxlily Medicated Planter, foruiinff the)
grandeat curative airunt In the world of medicine,
Kid utterly eurpaaalnir all other Pla.tr heretofore
ate. 1 ney accomplish morn In one weelt than
id oia riuteri in a wnoie year, iuty uv uvk ft
UUi Uty obju. They
JielleTo Airectlorn of tit ChMt.
It.lleva Aiiecuuiinoriiie LunK.
llrllnte Alfectlonaof the Heart.
Itelleve Allectloneorthii Liver.
Itellere Alfectlone nf the Hplaeo.
Jtellcre Airectloniofthe Kldoeyf.
Itelleve Affection, oflhe (iploe.
jlelleve Affection, of tho Nerve.
Itelleve Affections of tho Moaclefc
Jtelluve Affections of tho .lolnt.
Itelleve A Ifectlonn of the Rnnee.
S&aUlVe AUtcUoul of Uio Blaajif.
Vn mtter wlut mar na tin ,Ttent ef yon, wte
Itiu. try ona of thew PlaHtori. llellrf II (mianiart
out. a fact supported by liumlredi oftattlmonlaU la
our poiweMlon. Hear fit ralnd tltattha rooet luipor.
taut (lUnoverloa In ph-rmacy date hack leMthan ten
ean, and that comhliiutioiu of guina and eauencei
of plants and lirtih. are herein united with Rleo.
trlclty to form a curative Planter, In eoothluK.hoal.
Inn. and trenirthnnlnir propertleaaa far mperlor to
alf other Plaelera IterAolore In .uio ) Ike IliAULUOt)
pbynkviAft ! to tut Bstae-iwea,
T'rtoo. art Contw.
n. ....fni tit o.n fn rnTTTWR. vOT.TAte PI.AB
f lilt I rut you net lorna woniilemlmltatlon. Bold by
all Wholreale and ltctall UniKKlttta t lpthotU th
I'nlted Ktate. and t'amtilM, aiidby rVltLKli 4t 1'Ot-
I lilt, 1'roprlelori, lloaton, ilaai.
Is liornby given to Anton Stlanla of the
pendancy, 111 tlie clriiilt court oi Alex
andor county, Htiito ol illlnol., ol a bill la
cliancory to enloce vnntlor Hon, wherpin
Iio In (lefendiiiit, and Mmnual 8t;mU Tuvlor
anil Kdw'j raraona, triiHtn8 of tlio Cnlro
City J'roiierly, are oomplulnanta; and that
tim iimtiioin m una cuhs m roturnalilo on
tho II rut duy ol tlio next term of Haiti
court to no holdon at the court houae In
tho oily of Cairo, In axltl county, oa tbe
lim .Monday ot .laounry. A. p. 1H7H.
JUQM A. ItEKVE,
Clerk of laid Court,
Obi km & OitBKitT, Sollgltori.
CalfOi Not.7, 877.
ilk, hm I k
THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levci 3,
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street .
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine ,
Window Glass, Futtj j
Paints-ill Colors Esady fur h Srri,
Lubricating Oil s
Lard Oil, Whale Oi 1
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish O il
West Virginia Oils.
O AiBQ3ST Oil ,i
Tho Elgin Kerosene Can.
Tho Only Perfect Can in
the World. Made of Glass
and . i tt not to
Leak, Orrodo or Break.
Every family should have
01 TANK S and
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Eveden. We sell at their prices
Agency and Depot for
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
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
The 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, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Last week I bought a 10 cent package of Washme and done my wanning in one ball
tho tiauttl time at loa than half tbe coHt ot Boap. My clothes were whiter. I did not
have to rub them, and it did not abrink ray wooIodh, and for once I was enabled to get a
hot dinner on Munilay. So hulks tiy it, and you will save labor, time and money. It is
perfectly ale to une it, , ll&S. A.
5 and 10 cent Packages. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Golden Lion Cologne-0' ffiSSSflST
Pure Imported Hay Hum, Splendid Canada Tar
Soap English and American Soaps Fine Im- '
ported Handkerchief Extracts in origi
nal Bottles or in Broken Quanti
tles.as wanted at loir prices.
Buy Your BruQO
At Barolayo' Drue 8&zo
Pamily Safoguai :d
Awarded First Centennial Preml urn
and adopted after a thorough Sclent Iflo
and Practical Test by the U. S. GC V
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPAF T
MENT, Highly Commended by t he
U. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTOI .S
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rate tl
same with Insurance Companies, Us
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels.
b.... t., Ir-Va
Ayers' and Jaynos' Medi
at Dr. Woods' Prices.