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Th knlrbti e(lh boT wto nmt
wa moatb. Coinmtrtial ru, 2i doer
toulh of Hth MtM.MH PHI;'
Kaithl of PrttiiM, DiMi Tory Krt
Ut alrfht at hiU-vwt Hvm, in Odd-
iwir-n,. ALEXANDRE TOT)QE, NO. tU.
V r low, nicru erary Thorwlay night
""e t hU-rteven, In (heir hll on
3ommeroi4l aTtnuc, neuran omn ana rerun n
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OUHO KNCAMPMTCNT, I. 0. O. T.. tnwti
vln Odd-rellawi' Hall on the Ant and thin)
I umO7 In (Tory monui, at bur-put tovui
A. Comimo, C P
catholopgk.no. nr. a. r. aa. m
llold n-ffular oommuniotKnui In M-
. luniu luui. Durum imuiuidiuin bioiui
' ud KLshth itrMl. on the auoond and
ronru MonaaT oi eacn montn.
1,100 bare signed tDe pledge la i.l
BuslucM at RlooDiiutoa Is Etutpcud
oil on account ot bad roads.
There were twenty-five tramps on
one Illinois Central freight train.
la Carbondale yan- in bar tho. best
cuts of bed at ton cents per pound.
The Jackson county farmera get $1
and $1 10 per bushel ior their wheat.
Heary rains hare .80 Injured the
roads about Teoria flist business Is
greatly depressed. j ' j t
At Sterling all the factories are run
ning on full time, and business Is Rood
The Bellcviljc and Eldorado Railroad
ia rapidly progressing through Franklin
The good people of Douglas County
are getting up a prospecting execurslon
On the 17th, a. tramp entered the
house of a respectable farmer, near El
wood, and finding a lady alone outraged
In a saloon light at Ottawa, ou the
15th, a man named Ilidegan was shot and
fatally Injured.. j",!.
The public shoof at Virginia lias
been suspended until Jai. 3, ou acoount
of diptberia, which broke out with vio
lence amoDg the pupils. ',
The Illinois ' Central is making
through shipments of produce from all
iti stations to New Orleans, and will giro
bills of lading to English points.
Hon. II. S.. Van Eaton, a lormer ciS
lzen of Cass County, in this State, and a
graduate of Illinois Collego In the year
1848, is talked ot forjudge of the circuit
court of the southwestern circuit ot Mis
sissippi, where he has resided for twenty
Ansom Lyman, pt Winchester, who
for years has been addicted to excessive
intemperance, signed the plcdgo a few
nights since, and stuck to it a day or two.
Becoming greatly prostrated, a prescrip
tlon was given Julm, of which he took au
over-dose, and died Immediately after
ward. F. flarris, a merchant at Roekport,
in Pike county, jyas,, assaulted by three
men, about two o'clock on the morning
of the ISth, ana robbed of about $7,000.
The men went to Harris' houser-waked
him up and got him to go to his store to
ell them a coat, which they stated they
wanted for a man who bad just died, and
whose body was being prepared for bu
rial. Alter getting the coat tbey offered
a 120 bill, and Harris unlocked his sale
to change it. Just as he unlocked the
door he was struck on the head, knocked
down, and choked. The men then took
out the money $7,000 which flams
brought from Louisiana a day or two he,
tore, and left. They have not since been
heard from, lhfrrlg'was badly hurt, but
his Injurlea ar not dangerous. "
Col. E. MeB. Timony, late register ol
the (and office at Boise City, Idaho, has
been arrested tor taking illegal fcc3.
Three law students at Ann Arbor,
Mich., have been bound over to the cir
cuit court for trial on charge of destroy
ing wilfully some private property worth
Malor Thomas M. Vincent, who has
been on duty as assistant adjutant-general
at the vjrar department tor fifteen
years, has been ordered to the depart
meit of Texas," " : ; ,, ,' v
Charles E. Williams, late collecting
clerk lor the StockTurds National Bank,
at Chicago, who disappeared some weeks
back with $8,600, has been arrested 100
miles nerth of Toronto, In Canada.
The Atlantic- and- Paoltlc Telegraph
COmnanV haS Baicindeil IU WIs!nn tn ill.
Vide all the Ftjajjklbi Telegraph stock in
its possessions among the Atlantlo and
racincetocktiqcrs, Dy way of dividend
John A. Miller, alias Chapman, has
been arrested at St. John. N. B.. on
charge of utteirin forced papers unon his
father's bank,' isi, Augusta, Georgia, and
$100,000 is said to be the amount thereol.
The clearand pleasant weather has
enabled the ehgbecn to run the wire of
the East Riversns pension bridge without
interruption, aciU stretch It faster than
ImUar work Jras ever done on any other
suspension bridge, i '
The subscriptions at Chicago to se
enrathe Toaer nediui library have
reached about $8 JMj, and. the medical
profession Ui Wen pretty thoroughly
canvassed. The cssof the enterprise
henceforth rests '.clnVit with the general
In the criminal court of tu district
ot Columbia, oa. fuesday, three
irew called afMnMO. O. Howard, con
Bectad with his administration ot the sf
fakf Cftbtrmdmvn'i Bureau, and In-
definitely postponed, because the gov
er'nrocnt docs not dosire to relieve him
from hfs rrcsent duties to come to Wash
Ington for trial. '
Qeore Heed, who visited the stock
yards lu Euet St. Louis, on Tuesday, as
the representative of several St. Louis
banks, to collect dralls and .settle ac
counts, had Just reached tho yards and
was passing through one., ot the gates,
when he was seized and relieved ol'a large
wallet that contained some $20,000 in
drafts anil checks, hut only $30 in money.
The book was subsequently lound on tho
railroad track, but the robbers hnvo not
jot been arrested.
Thelunded debt of the Ch-nvh of the
Holy Trinity, (Key. . 11. 1 ..;:, Jr.,)
Madison avenue and 42J stre r , New
York, amounted to $250,000, and au at
tempt was made last Sunday to raise that
sum from subscriptions by its congre
gation. Mr. Edward Kimball, ot Chi
cago, acting a3 a dispenser ot tho chari
ties ot some wealthy philanthropist, gave
$40,000 te tho tund, and $70,000 iu addi
tlon was raised during the niternoon
from the congregation.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works at
Philadelphia, has received un order from
Hussla to immediately proceed with the
construction of lorty lnrgc-slzed, llrst-
closs freight cn incs, to b completed
during February and March, 1S7.S. ItU
Mated that tho itiissUu government lt.is
absorbed nearly all the railway stoekf lor
war purposes, and that it Is being npldly
used up and destroyed In that ruinous
Proceedings ngain.t John C. Vogel,
former sheriff of St. Louis, and now pres
ident of tho St. Louis Fire Insurance
company, and a wealthy citizen, charged
with attempting rape upon Mario An
toinette Iluguevette, aro denounced by
that gentkman as "blackmail," and ho
has already had the woman arrested ami
sent to the workhouse for raiding a row
in bis business oflleo, and a German re
porter was terribly beaten by two of
Vogel's nephews for sonio rather lreo
comments on tho propensities of the old
Urllfln of the Texn Riot.
Net York lltn.ld.
The scene of the disturbances in Texas
is a salt deposit in El Paso county. The
disturbance is a riot. The sulinas have
been used ever slnco the settlement ol the
country, by all the people of the region,
and by Mcxlcaus from Chlhuahua.as their
resource for ealt. Tho land lay opm to
all corners, until in 1800 it was "located"'
by a company, which tried to exact a toll
from the people lor the salt they gathered.
This was resisted so universally that the
corapauy ceased their efforts and abrni
doucd tho land, and the free collection of
salt went on until a few months uo,
when the successors of the former owners
again claimed possession, and employed
one Howard as tticir attorney lo collect
tells from tho suit gatherers. Since then
there has been au increasing excitement
among the people ot the neighborhood,
and two or threo months ago there was
a riot, which was put down.
The leader ot the oppomrton to t,alt
dues was a man named Cordova, an Kal
ian, who was a local politician and n po
litical opponent ot Howard, and being a
popular man, had defeated Howard in a
contest for a local ollicu. Not long ago
Howard met Crrdova in a store and there
killed him, which caused nioru trouble
and intensilitd the bitterness. Tho pres
ent disturbance has grown out of these
The population ot El Paso County is
.'argely of Mexican origin, and there is
no proof here that the Mexicans engaged
in rioting are other than residents ol "the
county and citizens ot the United State.
One of the sources ol possible excitement
and trouble in tie se border matters urines
from the lact, that when Mexicans are
accused of wrong or lawless conduct,
they are oftenest Inhabitants and citizens
of Texas, w hereas the public wrongfully
understands them to bo people Irom
across the border. Thoso who are in
dustriously fomenting a war feelintr here
avail themoelves constantly of tin w I
union ot terms.
(raiu anl IrftvlMlon.
Cliii'iiKO Journal, Dec. 1 -111.
Chicago elevators, as per oHic ial lig
urcs, contain 1,238,070 bushela ol wJieat;
401.0C4 bushels of corn; 104,904 bit .Jxilsol
oats; 70,090 bushels of rye, and 51,1,701
bushels ol bmloy, making a grand tou.I
of 2,530,701 bnshels, agaiust 2,3.2,012
bushels one week ago, and C'C.J-IO
bushels at this period last year.
Vessels In tho harbor contain 60,032
bushels of wheat, 2S9,731) bushels ot corn
and 0,135 bushels ot oats, making the to
tal amount ol graiu in Chicago 2,&3,5'j".
The stocks ot hog product in tho hands
of packers and warehousemen here on
tho 15th Instant Included 63,223 barrels
ot all kluds ot pork, 10,000 tiercas of lard,
25,132 tlercc3 of Ewect pickled hams,
0,807,194 pounds of dry salted shoulders,
and 20,319,713 pounds of sides.
Now York and Brooklyn warehouses
are stored with 2,8M,O10 bushels of wheat,
1,481,012 bushels of corn, 1,810,157 bush
els of oats, 300,943 bushels of rye, 900,
074 bushels of barley, 3il,030 bushels of
Visible supply of grain iu tho States
and Canada on the 8tuinst.: Wheat, 10,
397,188 hUBl.els; corn, 5,421.171 btishe';
oats, 3,r.73,2t7 bushels; rye, 018,072 buth
els: barley, 4.704,757 bushels.
L'xports from the leading seaboard
ports, JnRt week, Include 75,l!;j barrels ol
flour; 769.R83 bushels ot wheat; 1,032,040
buBhels of corn; 1,5D3 bushels of oats;
20,923 bushels of rye; 4,871 barrels ot
pork; 5,897,181 pounds ol lard, and V
C43,(iS5 pounds of bacon.
Milwaukee warehouses contain 039, 12U
broliels ot wheat: .523 bn
23.tw7 bUKhels ot oats; Bl.'.tOl bushels ot
rye, and 35J.788 bushols ol barley.
Beetlier ou Hie nlli.
Baltimore Sun : Henry Ward Butcher,
In bis sermon on the late Thanksgiving
day, rpoko of the south In a inaun2r that
shows he is repentant on one point at
least. lie said tho south was a "great
people," ruined, as he thought, by slav
ery, which, It might bo added, was lorccd
upon them to a groat extent by tho Brit
ish government ; " but now," ho exs
claims, "my heart turns to them with
zeal and admiration." He added : " I
love them , their noble conduct since the
war more, iullultcly more than wipes out
everything that happened bctort). Loud
and prolonged applause. Some men
lau'it contravenes human experience to
luppon, that you can bm iu Amer
lea anything more than a nam '
ber of provinces ruled by a control and
monarchical authority,' Well, in their
anomalous condition at the close ot the
struggle the southern states were provln
ces, but where lu history have provinces
ever acted as did these despised states of
the sunny south? The men of the south
had stood up lor their convictions; they
were the victim of the curse of slavery,
and plunged by it into war. Mo en on
tho face ot the earth tn carried them
selves better or more nobly. hen ruin
was their portion, and their fortunes were
poured into the open maw of war, they
rose to a nobility that was subitum." It
Is said that at tho announcement ol these
sentiments "the church fairly shook with
applause, and Mr. Heecher was constrain
ed to apologize tor me entnusiasm wnicn
had carried him away lroru his subject."
St. I.out Pronoun fo Orcnnlxo
Nlriiiimlilu toiimany ' Onrr.tl
Jli't nmi ih MIMvlipl Valley mid
ISO tim Aiurl
St. Louis December 19. At a meeting
of tho board of directors of tho Merchants
exchango this afternoon, Mr. Charles
Nathan, who has spent several months lu
tlin H'et Indies and South America, in
vestigating the tiada and commerce ot
these countries anil the prospects lorsus.
twining a steamship linn to them irom
New Orleans, made an elaborate report
ot ins liilorniatiou ami views, jio d
Hews that a great trade can bo
built up between the Mississippi valley
andS.Kith America with but little etlort
am! not much money. It was proposed
to organize a company, to be called the
Mississippi valley trailing company, to
charter steamers for the trade, and Its
board of directors to havo authority to
make advances nn shipiuunt by ehare
noldtTS. A considerable miiu hanlreaily
been Kiihscribod In New Orleans to such
a company, and tho project is very la-
vorablr received tiere. Anotuer and
more general meeting will be held In two
or llireo dnys, when it is pro! a'jlo that
sonio iicHnite action wil be taken toward
putting tho company on a substantial
basis. The ouestion of opening direct
trailo between New Orleans and South
nierica Is exciting great Interest among
DEATH IN THE n.AMH.
A Ni:w YORK CITY CANDY KACTOl'.Y Dl
MOI.ISHED BY AX EXPLOSION AND TIllv
W0KK OP KKSTIit'CTION C0.Mn.ETKD I1Y
l lKll BKTWEli.V I'H'TY AND 0F, Itr
!tl'.i:U LIVES LOST.
i:w York, Dee. 20. An explosion,
immediately followed by lire, occurred
at live minutes past 5 o'clock this even
ing In tho immense candy manufactory
ot Greenfield & Sons, No. C3 Barclay
street, which xtends in the shape of an
L to Collego Place. A large number of
girls of all ages wcro employed at tl e
time ia the building. Tho wulls lell
within a few luinUes alter the explosion.
A policeman who was on duty near the
building md'ji hi; s.iw the trout of the
building, five stotics high, tall into the
streit. Filty.Hx wounded and one dead
person were reported at tho Chambers
street hof-pltal at 0:13 o'clock. A num
ber wero also sent to Bellevue and other
hospitals. It is estimated tlr; wounded
w ill reach 123.
HUT I'fcW ESdAI'KU IXINJLRLD.
Mr. Greenfield, owner ot the lactory,
could give no Idea of how many were m
the building at the time ot the explosion,
but thought about 110. Of these about
50 escaped by the College place entrance,
and a small number got out through sky
lights, Hiiiki'd over rool'j, and got down
the skylights of other buildings. The
hook keeper, who was on the Barclay
Street Side blllldinjf, wu blown out
through the window to tho street and
badly cut on the head. Several jumped
ftoin the second story and escaped with
$li'!it injuries, the lull being broken by
the policemen and citlens on the side
walk below. No lair estimate ot the loss
of lifo can be given to-rji;;hr, but it must
Parties employed iu the lactorj- were
prineip illy young girls amf toys, from 8
to 20 years or . Owing to the
approach of he holidays a double force
wascn'iloyed, ono working durii g the
dar.ind the other at night. At the very
lowest calculation there unlit he lorty or
lil y uuuVs in tho ruins. The firemen
will keep a stream ef water on the ruins
all night, und will have the street cleared
and ho ready to commence digging "lor
bodies to-morrow, The greater sacrifice
ot lifo was among young girls, many of
whom from 8 to 13 years were employed
selling and assorting and packing candles
on the llrs floor over the boiler, which
was situated in the basement of the rear
end of the Barclay street wing ot the
The following arc the Ictteis remain
ing uncalled for at tho post olllce, at
Cairo, Ills., Saturday, Nov. 22, 187":
Anderson, Den A; Dradford,' Henry;
Hour, J S; Barrett, Tho?; Burns, Thos;
Cummins, Edward; demons, Geo;
Chancy, John Y.; Colman, J H; Conley,
l'cter; Cole, P C; Clemens, T P; Dcvol,
Joseph C; Early, Wm; Fisher, John;
Fry, J V; Fleraming, Michael; dip
son, Alfred; Gardner, A L; Har
mon, Mr; HoMday, A; Hams
ilton, Frank; Harris, J W; - Hodge,
J 11; llousman, Ollir; Harris, Tony;
Householder, m; Kennedy. Hugh;
Lorance, John; La Montague, L; Moore,
Uco; Mills, .Tas F; McMillan, John; Ma-,
lor, Pat; JloCiinuis, T P; Penney, llenry;
Newell, II S; Lotincr, John: Robinson?
J; Russell, Win M; Spencer, II; Simms,
E A; Steger, F II; Standi, Geo; Smith,
II S", Stevens, 'lhos; Thompson, Albert;
Taylor, Manuel; Tellcy, Geo; Thomp.
son, II; Whipple, l)r; Wilson, Albert:
Wilgus, Chas; Wllklng, Herman; Wood,
mil, J Y; Warner, J A.
Cary, Emma; Davis, LUlc; Enslow,
Mi-ggle; Gipson, Charity; GaUarhcn,
Maggie; Harrison, Mallssa T: Iluches.
Mary; Haley, Kate; Jones, Maggie V;
Jtusson, .Mary; Segcla, Louise; Williams.
Persons calling for any ol tho above
letters will please say advertise d.
Ukq. V. McKeaic, P. AI.
Mr. George Wise, tonsonlal artist, lato
with Conrad Alba, tho Sixth street bars
ber, has opened a shop ot .Lis own ou
Ohio Levee two doors above the Planter's
House, Mr. Wise Is a flrsNclass barber
and a clever gentleman, and In his Inters
course with bis patrons Ij alwoj's attert-
OUR MOTTO: " The Best
Corner 8th street and Commercial Ave.
JUJ 2 JE IML 23. IBS 9
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Eats and Caps, Coliees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon. Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
PRINTS, DOMESTICS, BLEACHED MUSLINS, SHIRT
INGS, FLANNELS, TICKINGS, DRESS GOODS, SILKS.
A full line of Carpc'.s, Mattings, Floor Oil Cloilu, Curtain Dam
asks, LiJies' and MYiiV Toots Children's Shoe?, Cent's Hoot
This stock is entirely New and Fresh. Speel-il attention jfiven to Country tiiuhi.
Oat Stock embraivn pvxrj-tliinv ut-odfj In tlie City or C'Diilltrr. in Groceries or l'iy
Goods. Please give us u call, examine our gond.i aud tu lerrt Ix tore you buy.
tive and courteous. His shop Is fitted up
In fine style, and he asks his old friend
and acquaintances to give him a call.
Vitnl weakness or depression: a weak
exhausted feeling, no energy or courage;
the result ot mental over-work, Indis
cretions or excesses, or some drain on the
system, is always cured by Humphrey's
Homeopathic Specific No. 2. It tones
up and Invigorates the ytein, Impart
'tivngih and energystop the drain and
rejuvenates the entire man. Been used
twenty years with perfect ucee;s by
th-Mi'i !--. Se.l l by dealers. Price $1
per single vial, or J5 per package of five
vials and $J vial of powder. Sent by
mail on receipt of price. Address
Humphrey's Homeopathic Medicine
Company. 109 Fulton street N. 1 .
E. F. Kunkel'a Bitter Wino of Iron
Hag never lieen known to fail in the run nl
weaklier, atteuil'l with symptom?. Imimiiosi -tion
to txtnton, loH of iuiuory, diflicutty of
breatbins, Ki Demi WfoKncan. tiormr ol ilcHor.
Weali, nervous trunblin. dredHil horror id'
Ccaiti nuht swmtH, cold feet, weakuejs, dim
bus ot vision, luiiKUur, universal law-Uude of
the inuaiuur pvstun. enormous onrninc. with
dytpfitio fcvstun, Lot lumlt, llubliin ol the
body, Uiyuvis of thehkin, pullnl vuunteiune
niel erupt!.. in on the I'neo, imril'vin the lluod,
pain in the back, bravine of the eyelids. Iw
cioent black spots tlyius bil'ore the. eyes, with
temporury mllu-ion and los of eifht ; nt of
atteutl jii, em Thee (ymptoinsall urite from
wenkness, :ind to tented y thut ue li. I'. Kun
kel's llitttv Wine ol Iron. I' in vrr (mh. 'iliou
sunds are now enjoyiiiR he..ltu who t.ave ii:,ed
ir. bet tne h'enutne. 'iidouiyin si bunk's,
lukeonly K. t Kiitikors.
Ask for Kunkels Bittir Wins of Iron. Tlit
tiuiv vaiiiible tonic h:i tmn so tbiirtaiiflily
teste 1 bv all clissts of ill' conunuii i t y t h;it it is
now deemed liidispen-Kbleus a Tonic medinne.
It coot but little, mrilles tke biood, un I ijives
tone tn the etaniacb, leuuvutes the t-alerii .md
1 11 w oniv lliai ot inu valioii.te tonic.
Price l per bottle. K. K. Kt'MiKL, Sole
I'mpnator, No. I.'oJth Ninth ft , tiriuw
Vine, fhlladeli hlii, I'a. Ask fur Kuokel' Kit
ter Wine of Iron, and t;w:e uu othtr, A t.hjti,
griiplt of the pp-prietbr ou tacu wrapper, all
liewnre ol couuterl' it. Po not In your drttir
glsi ell you any but Kl'lfxtt,. wliich is put up
only as aove representid. loitcan net mi
bottles for 9"). All I a-.k ia one siiuplv irlal.
Tape "Worm Removed Alive.
Head anil all complete lu two bnurs. No f e
till h"'l P "'-'t I'inand Stomaeh Worm-
removed by Ur. Kr.NKRL, J North Ninth M.
Advluefree. Mo fu' until inad und all pastes
In wie, un I alive. Ir. Kunkid l the only sue
cesslul tihvsiriun lr this county lor the removal
ot WoritH. and Im ViniM Svhlt li pleasant and
safe fori hildren or grown ptrous t-ind lor
cir.-iilur oran lor a untie of Ki nkki.'s W i.h.m
Svuit. Priiwtt a lol!l. Ciel Itof your drujf
gist. It nevir tadi.
MA.NUFACTUREI1 AND HEALKIt IN
Mr. Block dcircs lo call tho attention ol
the Public to tlia laet that lie has al
ways on hund i ltre, new and 1 tsblonaliie
toi'k of resdy-m'tde custom l!oot4 and
Shoes w hich ht w.ll i,eil a'
THE LOWEST TRICES.
mt&Vn 2;,, MiCja, Atj.
73 OHIO LEVEE,
i:y Vitlnnat n.itikn'iil.llng, t piain.
Iho Olden 'KtahlWud Ap'ticy ID 8(.ili'niij
Illltioii, nud irprcicntiiu; ovr
or coo ooo
Can Bo Beautiful,
ly Dyed or Ro
rwirrrl nf r Trif
C. O. D.
Old Hats Mado New.
3fo. J80, i:i-lilh NfrcH.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER
Attorney At Law
Goods at tho Lowest Trice?."
Palnta, Oils, Varnish ca
R'all Papor, Window GUsh, Wi.i
clow BhadoB, &n,
tlw.io on hnT.il, Hie ivlct'tttH trt.iiiMfiatl
Oornor T;:s(ntU Stont tnl V.".j...
li, Braves i So,
Cr JTL xl. Z TT, EX .A. "ST
mid all kf nils Count rj I'rodu'.v.
03 Ohio Lovoo. Cairo. Ills.
Of Ten Years'Duration. The Dis
charges Thick, Bloody, and of
Foul Odor. Senses of Smell and
Taste Wisol'y Gone. Entirely
SMtm'S AAOIGAL CURE,
Klp'oFiiU)tcAL frRE fit. been to m"Voi
ten yean I have bei'n sflllctoil with tint loathnotut
Slsnue, and 'prcUlly la tha wiulcr tlmti luia it
ffn mot aovcro. Tho illKchorKu hu huen thkK
i '1 bluudy, emitting a f"Ul odor to bad tint my
fnenerico In a room viiih othi'r wan vtry otft-mlve
o them. On'! wck afiT rommeticlnK the tii ot
fciKroiiD'n It iDical, (.Tim In not trouhl'd wlih
It at all. My. d. 0 i f tn. nml amell, wld h irr
wholly gon... havn now fully rutarnt'd, and my gou
Vral LcullU ll ttiutli Ulipri'Vi .l Your",
iliLUOfnVR H. KORT,
C HAM) IliPIi!, 3IICS., Kot. 3, la'.i.
Ofntl'mfB! The rarkmrs of PAifrnTtn't Cnt
rnv d h'Tuto.rit;M all rifrht. Idou't know what I
Jhuuld havi don.. Hit had uotbei:n forth la romi-dy.
havotrlPdNmal Doui'h' anndcvfrythliDelne.and
although I have been aide to etop ttn; oti-n.lv 'lla
chiiriri', I havo nnt h.-fn nnh'tor'-povornivm-uaciof
lakto'aridimrll until Itrli'dSASroKO'nCTni. Ton
Can red r any onu ynu chooo to m. and I will
chi'i'rfully Inform ifu-m In duull to thu benont
the remedy has buua lu mn. T'.nra,
CSUTD RiPIDS, MlCU., .Sur. li, IfiT'J.
SANFOHO'S RADICAL CURE
Pot only promiitly arroata th cormdlnff dltch-awt
li. ( 'alarrh, but, hyuvin pathetic Actlon.lt retorato
aonnd tica'tti all tho vrvnn of the bt-ad that hava
become nit'erteo bylt.auacihlDllalivol tliutollun
PfMr(lvo Fyil(ht, TnflnmMl und Sfnttpry
Eyrt, Puliil'ul and Wnti ry !.)', Loaa of
11,'arliiK, Knrachis Niuiruli;lu of tlni Kar,
I1 whureea from t lie lur, KlnfrlOK NoUerf
In thu llcnd, lilzxlmiRa, Nvnouit Herni
al he, Piiin in tho TcmplPK, Lom of tho
Bonaea of Taati, and Hun II, Illonifiitlon of
tho I vnlH, inlliiniiniulon of the Tonal),
'oti;h, UroncbJlla, and liletidiDa of thu
taei prlm(.n contfilm Dr. Panford'aTmi)TOT(4
Ir.hiillnif Tube, with full and eareiully preiured Ul.
r ctlonbfor una In nllciei. Price, $1, Poraaloly
ail irholHalo nnd retail druKKl'ta and dealert
thrnniih.'inttni:tiltcil MeaiidCnada. WHCK8
ft POTTUit, OinuralAKuutaaud Uboloaals Dru.
KUU, 11 Jtiuju, Ma.
AH ElBptTn-OalTOtilft nattery, comhtrird vlth
Krandert curative airutit In the world of medlrlna,
i!id utterly fiuruaHlnv another
Inv another i'laatara heretotora
In U.M. Thev aero
udiah more ta one wuek than
I ha oldriaidera la a whviluyuar, TUtJUVIivt l'a.'
Half, UtJ tii
of tho lldurt.
of the Kervea.
of thu Muiclca.
of tha J')lnt.
Kfl WMtcr wrint tnar bo tho (ttent of your n!rr.
Inii.try oneof thine IMamera. Itallef la (nniiiiini.
pu" . a fact aunportod byhundredaoftiiatlnionlalaitt
our nnaaeaalon. Hear III mind that tho rount Inipor.
taut dlaeoverles In phnnnacy dale haclt leaathan tea
yoara, and that coinlilnatlonaof guioa and raanneni
ipf Plants and ahniha am lieraln united with Klto.
trlclty lo form a curative I'laater, In aoothlnn, heal,
inu, and atrenirthenlnK tiroportlniaa far auperlor t
all other l'laatera heridoloro In .UjO Ul tilt ll'iU,U&a
ptjakiaa li to tu hormdoijcli,
Ha f Mefnl to rail for fOlXTVH' VOLTAIC MAS.
fV;K leaf yon not aomu worthleaa Imitation. Bold nf
all Wholi'aaloand Hitall IiruKulatathriuiBhotO tho
I nltod Ktutei and ( anadaa. amrtjjr Wlitkb i"Of.
Il.U, IToi.riutun, llualou, Maai.
In horcliy given to Anton Stltiimlit ol the
prmloncy, in the circuit court ol Alex
ander county, Muto ol Illlnol, ol u bill la
chancery to enloce vendor' lien, wherein
bo la (lulonditut, und Hmmiol Stnata Tttvlor
und Kilwln I'limuix, truxteoa of the Cairo
City Properly, are cniuiliiiniiiila; and that
tho aummona In "aid cano Id roturnuhlo nn
tho lliat iluy nl the next term of mild
court to ho holdcn at tha court house in
the city of Cairn, In erld cotiutv, oa tho
lint Monday ol January, A.D. 1h?8.
Clerk of mid Court,
Orbkn ft Gilbkrt, Solklton,
Cutro, t.'ov,7, 1S77.
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee,
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street.
White Lead White Zinc.
Paints--ill Cote Esadj
Signal Oil, XToatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
ThpElgia KerOBcno Can
Tho Only Porf oct Can in
tha World. Mado of Glass
and . t 1 1 not to
Lcuk, Ccrrodo or Break.
Every family should havo
0! TANK S and
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Evcdcn. Wo sell at their prions
Agency and Depot for Ayers and Jaynos' Medi
ernes. 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 Tablo 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 Twino
Shoe Blacking, Shoo Dressing, and Stove Polish
HOUSEWIVES USE WASH3NE
"VM weuk I boticbt a 10 cent puckagc or Waelnno and done my wouNdc iu one toll
tbe ubuuI time at loa than ball the cont ol Soap. .My olotlius were whiter. I did not
have to rub tlirm, und it did not shrink my woolons, and Tor once I wus enabled to get a
hot dinner on Monday. So ladlcx try it, and you will nave lubor, time and money. It U
perfuotly safe to use It. J1K8. A.
5 and 10 cent Packages. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Golden Lion Cologne--0' Sui8Sf!ttnco
rurc Imported Ray Hum, Splendid Canada Tar
Soap KngllNh and American Noups Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extracts In origi
nal Hetties or In Broken Quanti
ties as wanted at low prices.
Buy Your Drugs
At Barclays' Drag Siero;
Unseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
for lie hi
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. 3. GOV
ERNMENT LICHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT. Highly Commended by the
U. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rate the
same with Insurance Companies, Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.