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I 1 1 it thaw hmll Um flnl nl third Monday
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ft lontb of Uth MTt ,tp ai.
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h f '-i-k IjidpDflmt OnlMTof Odd-J-.J-V
V Iowa, oiR-u ertry Thumlay nlhl
jihAlf-iiwtatTvn, In thlr hwinn
7 Jommereul vsnue, tw.w Mtth anj femib
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I? '"'lAIRO ENCAMPMENT. I. O. 0. F , mw
kJm OdiMVUow' Hall on the flrMan
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' A CAIRO LODGE. NO. 1T7.A.F. AA . M.
Ifc Vr HolJ ivpilar eonimunicatintit in Ma
14 KjTaonlc Hall, onrnt-r tonimerr.ijJ v,-nu
IT. i 'and Eighth ainvt. on Uw n-cor.d nd
t 'mirth Monday oeai month.
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Tmsltyol Boston owes f43,354,444.
The debt ot New Vorkciry it $117,741,".
Thk state board of health held lis first
meeting in Springtleld oa Thursday, nil
t' ibe members being present. Dr. H.
l VTwdner, ot this city, wai preent t the
At a caucii of the Democratic uiem-
I tiers ot the Ohio lejrUlature, held on
Thursday evening, Hon. Geo. H. Pen-
dleton wis nominated for United state
senator, to iueceed Stanley Mnttbowj.
Tbx standing committee ot the dioi-i-
ot Illinois, at its regular monthly nves
injf, held In Chlcaso a tew day ago,
1 unanimously consented to the consecra
tion of Rey. Dr. Seymour to be bWiop ot
the Springfield diocese.
( Mov an hla Work.
St. Laaii Utobe Democrat.
8 The republican party should demand
of Mr. Hayes an unconditional surrender ,
and in case of his refusal, should move
Immediately upon his woiks.
St. Loi'is has a new evening paper
the Pott, It is publUued on the Oloio
q Democrat press. It is opposed to the
remonetiiation of silver, and In favor of
jj, resumption ; favors the president's south.
v era policy, and lor a divorce between
politics and the civil service." Politically
the Pott claims to be independent.
Tht Debt of rennylmil
The debt of Pannylvania, unprovided
Flor by bonds and cah in tlio tiukinr
ni fund is J13,352,3SG. Pitteburx alone can
wi see that, and go a couple ot millions UN
i ter. Philadelphia can quintuple it.
pL Only Hilt cr Rill Fit to Mgu
an Cincinnati Commercial.
vy The president is suid to be anxious to
have a silver bill passed that lie can sign.
1 The only silver hill lit to sign is one
JJ' making silver dollars unlimited legal
"j tender, and providing free coinage.
H. ' :
mi A fnnnbrokfr In Pawn
D Among the half dozen rulnor su-ucn
lions in Chicago, yesterday, the mo.t.
noticeable was that ol a pawnbroker who"
, has for many rears occupied the leading
in position in that peculiar branch of trarte.
It is a curious development of this case
o that all the time he has been exacting a
,a. heavy per cent, from his customers, lie
j" himself has been paying 2J ir cut. a
tu month for borrowed capital,
,c, Lot b7 tbn Mail lllorkitdc.
gh Sedmlia l)tm-jcru
jj There is good reason to believe that
i the recent mud blockade has damaged
the west fully $50,OW,(XX. 1 n this enor
m mous sacrifice Jlls-ouri, and particularly
J thU portion oj (he state, where the peo
pie are almost, exclusively devoted to
agriculture, has been a conspicuous sul
JJ' ferer. Illinois, Michigan aud Wiseon-iu
yo aiao share largely in the prevalent injury
to industrial interests.
,tt An Expensive Lniury.
k- VVaahlnjtoa I'osi,
IUifore the war the rank of admiral
J was unknown in our navy. At the
if present time the country reposes in se
Jrene security behind a gold-mounted
pet wall of aquatic valor composed of our ad
',? mh-l nd twenty-six rear admirals. This
rjtnarkable array ot gold kce protects
oar coasts and dazzles the world at a
w, trifling coat to the country of only about
' ian iwi
I io,v (cr nuMuui in ine snap? or sal a
JJJ I lie Bond aoeailuD
tli- Peoria Democrat.
h But there Is only one true wav to make
Bn roads. And Uiat Is to faith tbem, if you
J don't build more than hall a mile ot road
da' a year. The people ot Illinois, during
5JJ tbe last thirty years, have spent in road
jjai taxes and road labor, enough to have
bit turnplked and macadamized 20,000 miles
of first class, enduring road bed over our
os mud prairies, and the breaks and valleys
of our creeks and rivers. But what have
we to show lor all this expsnditure ol
; money, time and labor Let the com
I plaints, the embargo on business, and
" S 0,6 favorable mud ol the pa-t three
i, nioiiiDi give answer.
( TWMily lhuannd Uollnra tihnmrtl
. ' Some time UuriiiK the last week ol
.? December there was received at the l 8,
treasurj, Washington city, from Vicks.
, il imrg, an old tin box, which had been
hurled In the jrround a number of years
f by the owner, and lately exhutued by
r: h!in. contalninjf $20,000 in the Orst issue
lot the government greciLacks aud nas
Jt tlODal baok Dotes. Tbe money bud be
i come so rusted by contact with the box
J, and aflccted by mildew as to be In great
, tunger ol aropping to pieces, and was
,, wnsequentljr, forwarded to tbe U. 8
:. ' . tmsurr for redemption. The exchange
Tfar good nsoturj has been made.
jr.F.f mnat.V)N RKM4HK1BLF.
't!! lelrgfim to ( hn-jj ) T.m?.
Haralson, colured, ot Alabama, is pre
pairing a lengthy letter to le s'ibmltted
to the president, setting forth the lact
that certain statements havo benn p"!
lisbt d derogatory to his people, anda?k
log that a coinmiKdon bo appointed to
Investigate thu uiatter. Mr. Haralson
will recite the charges that have heen
made against the colored people of his
state, that they aru in a state ot treneral
degradation; that they reject religion,
are very superstitious, and practice all
sorts of conjuration. He a.iks on bthalt
of his people that thiisc allegations be
investigated, and says that if pon nn
otiici.d iifjui.ry It is found they are true
Pi; Wll.t ItrcOMMKSD M-Klt.l.CliISl
Mr. Ilartl-on called the president at
tention to this subject several months
ago, and requested then that a commit
tee be appointed to investigate it for tlie
president's own information, but lor
some reason liie matter has been neg
lccte'l, and he has again found it neces
sary to renew the subject, which ho will
do in a mure, formal way by a Mn-s-ing
the president a eoiimutdeutio:i Mating
the full luets and repeating his rejue-t
for an Investigation. The document will
i i. ; .1.- . ...1 I.
uc re any in tiJ.'H or ten t;j , wneu ii
will at once be submitted.
Speaking ot I're.-ldent Hayes and the
way in which the colored pe0 le of the
Soutn regard his southern policy, Mr.
Haralson said : "Some ot thu colored I
people feel, sir, that
MR. HAYKS HAS BAD ADVI-F.RS
around him, and that he dors not know I
ths real condition of aflairs in the south,
while others are firmly cf the opinion
that Mr. Hayes has gone back on his
party, and has literally disfranchised the
colored people. They all feel, however,
that their last hope is gone cd receiving
moral support from the national admin
istration, for the administration has sur
rendered them up to their old masters by
granting to the people of the nmi in
time of peace what they long tit lor in
war." Decays that the colored lot u are
seldom heard to say much
BEliAr.DISa IIIKIlt SUl'AHu.v,
bceause, living as they tlo among
southern pepij, and being torsuketi by
:he national govcmiu.v.it, they havy got
to di the best they can and make terms
with their old masters. He has bet 11 in.
tending to call upon the president,
but fears to do so lest the colored people
oi his state will be wade to suficr there-
bv, as in care the facts become known
that he was complaining here to the
president theeolered people of Alabama
would be made to stifll-r in a thou-am:
little, quiet, yet elective way. Hi
thinks that the colored people are no
longer an element, but serve only to the
advantage of thu southern Democrat
tor they now have lull sway with
.'XCKMSU' l.ErKKSKNTAIIO.S- IN i.is
ba-ed upon the votes ot the 1.1 gro pupil'
lution which cannot be counted lor any
thing', iiy the le xt election lie t, iy-
there Will not be liuue than one or two
llepublii ittis bom the wli'de south. lit
lias the evideii in h'.s case ready, and
is going t3 renew the light (or tbo seat
now occupied by Nieiiey ai soon ,, eoi,.
gr-s meets i'aii!.
K-:(,kalt (:.,- City.
It is an axiom of American political i x
perlenee demonstrated Irom the time ft
the eldt r Adams, that no American
president can be successtul unie in
harmony with thu party. Further, the
man lacks Itnlgmenl who ebx's not see
that U. S. Grant i? stronger than any
man or any party in the United Statts.
He can mow certainly be elected presi
dent than any man in America. There
i-n't the man living who can lieat, Lim.
We nre not overlooking t!; tact that the
strength ot nearly every series of nations
al instituiio.'is rt ?.ts in certufn unwritten
political traditions and instincts. And
that such an unwritten tradition is that
no man bhall be president more
than two term5. But toraorrow
or next year or in lMd Cirant
can carry thirty states of the union lor
president. Ho can be president for eight
years more just as certainly as he has
been for eight that lire past. He would
pass out from the presidency at the end
of eight more years just as contentedly
and easily as he did lust year. Hut w'uh
. ,. .
the unwritten tradiUonal law UKainst
transcending two terms broken down,
With 1,1m th.i t;vvilt fnlnra mlt.f l ,,
with Him tlie swilt luture mijrht bring
someone equal, y strong, but more am.
bilious, who would lay down power onlv
But for any nu mber of the present ad-
m'nistration to so to nonh.mwdiin.r
ui.uistrauun u x lO pooil-poollllllf
Grant's political played-outness is lolly,
It any member of this administration can
i. i-... i. ..it in
give himself oitj thing like Orant s popu-
lar strength, that mau will be nominated
In lSsj by aeclauiation, and elected to
tbe presidency without any reulstrusxle.
Whtil I it Itullnr.
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A 'dollar,'' first, last and all the time,
is I17H SraitiB of pure silver. That was
the fiuanti'y in the old Spanish milled
dollars that our craud daddies delichteJ
: i .. ,i .i , . ,
m, and that were coined by the hundred
million in Spain and ler colonies for two
hundred years. A "dollar" Is tho unit
of our American "money of account,"
bo established ty act ol congress, and
hits never been chan-d, and probably
never will be. Our money sysum is tjie
decltnal system, the first ot Ihe kind
, . , , ., . ...
ever adopted, and the only rational ys
letn evei wjuuu-u. I no- uoilltr IS Uie
unit, and Is divided into tenths, or ditncn.
n,i !,,, iit'i.c ,u 'i-t, ...i...,
-l "'-rm!" 1"D
eyiiieui is very Minpic, piuin as a pike
stall to any man of ordinary sense; but
,, i i t ., . ., v .. .
the sharks and thieves l.. w Uik
and London ure trying their worst to
ouiuscate tne itiious oi tne peopio on mis
subject, thereby the better to enable
tbem to rob the people, with the people
wemingjiy noiaing weir eyes open.
Oram no a ftt'Vlatona.
(Ctiicag ) Joutaal, Jin ( )
Chicago elevators, as per official fig
urcs, at present contain 1.337,408 bushels
of wheat, 4fS.B15 bushels ol corn, 1SS,03J
bushels of oats, 1)3,123 bushel ol rye,
and 037,841 bushels of barley, making a
grand total of 2,722,&7J bushels, Hguinst
i.SOO.CW a week ago, and C,34.4M bush
els at this period last year. Vessels in
the harbor are stored with 2.50,711 biith
els of wheat, 325.M7 hiuht Is ul com, aud
5l.Os7 buhels ol oats.
Milwaukee warcliousts are stored with
30,S:.t) bushels of wheat; 6.7S2 liushej.
of corn, 10,'J'O budiels of oats, 71,478
bushels of rye, snd 35385 buslieh cl
New York and lirooklyu warehouses
are etored with 2,i.7,(K:0 bii-heN ol
w heat ; 1.0.'y,00U budiels ot com; 1,M5.
CK0 bu-hels ot oats; '-'Sil.OW bushels of
rye; 'jUOtObu.-helsot malt.
Grain in sig it in the states and Canada
on the 2 l:ii ultimo: Wneat, 10,101,0m
bushel'; ourn, ti.UlO.000 bushels; oais.
5,351 ll.U bushels; rye, J7S,CKU bushels,
biirh y, 4,51rC,y bushels.
Kxi'orts Irnta the leading scuboarri
ports last week: Flour, S3 null b-rreU;
wheat. Sl'.'.ua) bu-hrls; corn 8.50.W0
bushels; oats, 3,IX'0 bushels; rye, 23.11(10
bushels; barley. 18,000 buhes; potk.
C.2T0 barrels; lard, bC3, pound; bacon,
Tie r,rtry i,,,,, of oi.i.
In reading of the middle ages one is
struck by the accounts given ol (cats of
strength, etc., r:f the file actors ot those
times. The suits ot minor worn, would
certainly Indicate the possesion ot great
er phyiciul strength than is developed
bv men In these latter days. What
wrought the change? Men lived in the
merry days a more outvloorlite than this
advanced iviliz.ition ot ours can afford,
There is a greater cm-unip; ion ot brain
matter, and that inereatd dciuund on
mental and phyidctd power neee-itates
the use ot u p'ire Vi getable. silmulant
tonic, such a- the Home Moinat h Hit
ters. Id in
Vital vvi akness or depression: a wtuk
exhuuted feeiin;, no inergy or courage;
the it-suit i.-t nit-n'.al over-work, indis
cretions or excessc, or.-ome drain on the
system, is always cured by Humphrey'..
Homeopathic Spic'.lSe No. 2s. It tones
up and Invigorati s the 'y-'.cni, imp-art
s're::g ii a:eJ energv ''M tin- oraiu ann
rtjaveuat-s the entire man. Been used
tweniy yea: s witu pertct sucee-s try
tliou-aiid-. .Sold by dealers. Price 5-1
per tingle vial, or S3 per paekagc of five
vials and 5-2 vial of powder. Sent by
mail on receipt 'it price. .Address
Humphrey's lloineot-attiii: Mi dleine
Cornj'aiiy. inb Kulleu street .. i. .
Vjlu oever mill K;:irev-r
Disease of a choleraic type prevail, or
there is cause tu epprehend a vi-it from
them, the system shoul I tie tuned, regu
lated anil reinforced by a course of Hos
teller's Stomach Hitler-, I'erbct diges
tion and a regtib.r habit of body are the
bet -atcjf.urds agaii.ft sucli maladies,
and both arc secure 1 by tht ii.tstitnable
toiite and alterative. Tins Bitters are
a!.-o t xiu tie Iy .-i.ivUcaMe, In remedying
sneli tiitui'dci.-. li' piolnp't.y taken in
bi'.ions col to. diarrho: i and cholera mnr
bus, the di-.ea-e. is u-ii illy 1. us'tated. In
JiarrhoM ca-es, it i- only tic;es:iry to
res.twe the tone ol the n laed bowels
aud this is one of the spt ialij cllelcs ol
this, r.iedit.'.ne. Wind on the stomach
heartburn, biiiou-nt s-, r.H'ien. I.eadaehe
and o'litr sjiiipttnii ot di:url.ane.u in
the gastru; uii-J fit-pa: ie regions ere a!-o
"peediiy rel-.t ved by thi- exc -Bent retin dy.
As a family medicine it is invaluable,
since it promptly and completely rente
s Uiose. uilments wnicli are ol :i;o.-.t
tre-queiit o-. current: -.
VO'I l(X T . OX I HA t
OIU'.K OK ClTV C'l.VltK, )
C If", III.-., Jan. o, n;s.
Seulcl propo-a! ill bn rit-t ived ut ibis
elii-.-a-, Une.-ti- I t- U.e t-ity coumllol Ctirti,
Illinois, uioil a o c.'tH'S loenlay tvtiiuiu
Kiliruuy Jiiili, a. ii. ls7s, lor iheeubMi ue.
tion ol a t n s(iini irijti uridyl-, teellier
with '.lie appro icni-s or hutiiieni an
louiiilatiun, iieros-e'a- be riywr, a'tdut one
uno one- ml ui! t- irem -ipiund city r.'i
ruatl tit-no , aud lour iiiiiernt.-riuoi ttieciiv
of (.aire, iu Uie coniilKs uf Alei under and
l'uitt-ki, etalu ol Illinois, e;tirelli to llie
nlans utnl hpe- iU. alHPiib preimri U ny J -tin
1. Utfiy, Kso., t,. B., now on liie and U0-
juev to exanunation in tnis enh-e.tiic i-peci
ui'Htmim ol wiiicu uie a-1 ji ows, viz :
tan! bridge biel ll-sl!e hoik o ne made
tip of etKhiei n t li 0n niiij:-ol tibt en ( i!)
lei t iroui ctititit; tu t eiitru ot no is. nd on
span ol oiie hunlred leet across the
ny.l;lr Dcu-, , , , . t. , , J
1 be one hundred ( 0)) leet spun t be of
irou, and hj ptopurt.oued Umta load ol ten
(IU) tons ditt iouted over tweeiy (so) bueai
IH'I !" CtnilB 0' II1C hi ttll, MMH not
5trjljIl , lton 0V(T IW!UJ tnousand
(li OeU) ptiunus per npi.-tre inch tensile, ir
0Vtr tu-u-ueu nve iiuudud (. j'O)
I twit)nrl tier mieire lueh shmirlnL' m-.-iin
thu ptratn Iu eotnimsdou to bu in at.
h-as t iu the proportion to Um rutlo of
lenih to diameter, by uordou's formula.
'i , .,,1,1 britlt tti I.h i,n htm.
died (Km) let t in ihu duirand the roadway
1 he Boor lo bis ol ttl.iw oakplatktwo
n,1( otie-hml (21) iu. h.-it mlek and not over
twelve (li) ineiien wiu.
die- tit 0; leei-i-au i.i i.eture, and also to
be provided with a suitable ax!i c,u:ird.
The ub'ive to rest upon iron eoluiima pro-
i ponioneu 10 tuu Mrueiuieio ijb guppnrieii,
i iue coiuujub i eitu etui ui inu ueiii or iron
. nlaeed on ti mudsill 1-2. trn-n.
iy can leet lonu uiorlieed and teiionert to a
uill.:ientnuinbt r of unite oak unes, hrm.
ly eliaven into thu river l-unk.
The bents to b loruietloii.mr posts 10X1"
1 llielics Mitiuro, inu iwo inner psn io HutlU
tll.,,,IiLulur i.nd iho two outer im-.. ..
tie trained and stand tit a hatter ol ono iu
elht. The eap and sill ol the beuis t. be
12l2 Inci iute luntier, t en to be
twenty U ') feet loin:. Htid the .ills to um
i"-1 en ,,uc" r"". ,wo "'kl ,P""1 1,10 outer
' " " , l.i ZX
and each tenon to be pitim-ti uii two
U'ree-tpiarier (i) inetinpi-tre iron pit , and
each bent to he briced ly two tliuitnal
t)ru(.eN 0, ijx-:i p-eh plunk, well tHud aud
I ithiKetl OD t ap, posts Hlld Hilttt.
i'be bent to ret or stand u on four mud
I sill V1W1 lot-he ud eiuht (?) loot lotiif set
In tbe ground aud placed on the liKnineLt
ol tna worK.
u T!ie Clirr,'!'rn w"7 ' thc Itrcsilework to
boxlxteeil (1") leut wide, the lloor plauk
.0 be tiuee taj Indies and not over twelve
lh'' "'-'hes wide, uttd to he well spiked on
lo-ilio htrlPKer and llo.ir beam.
i n floor henmm i.s m, de up as follow s
two t- "'"-e''" 'ehe sj-t on Uie
tVSutsTdV." ih,' sce bJtwcen .7ia
I urmgeri to ne equsny itividedtor-even
OUR HOTTO: " Tbo Best
Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
.mm ceibil jus m
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugar s,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
PRINTS, DOMESTICS, BLEACHED MUSLINS, SHIRT
INGS, FLANNELS, TICKINGS, DRESS GOODS.SILKS.
A full line of Carpets, Mattings,
asks, Ladies' and Misses' Coots,
This stock is entirely New and Fresh.
O ir Stock einbriices everything needed
Oootls. riciise vive u a call, examine
(7) beams of ,1X1 J Inelie each and each set
ol llnorlieatLs or spans tu have three (..(set
oi heriiuutiona brld'iDg ot 2X4 inch ucant.
The stringer and floor beaa;s to rest at
let bix (ti) inches on ihe caps.
i no Miingers to connect by uair jo-nts
imi to be latened to the cans by one ineh
rouud spikes or bolts eighteen (1J incnes
A ruilinir or ballastcrs four (t) feet hluh
to tie uonntruf led on each side ot above tlis
cribt'tl tr.-t!t work. Ibnosts to beiXti
Inch elees ami braced on the caps an J fa-ten-ed
on to tne ; ingers by two pi) one-half
Ineh baits. The'pariH to be tux ((1) lect
uptrr: Via hand rail 2X4 inches, and an
xIk euard ot 'iWi Inehvi-, all well Untened
ou ti trie posts.
Ailot the. atmve ttiuners to bo ot white
or purr osk ol besl qua lily, und
tlio work tluue in a thorough and work
manlike m inner, and under the siioervin.oo
ef such p-rson as the eominiitee on Hired,
nrthe city ouucil ol the city e-t Cairo may
i nt! unmuauueit m atiove iresiieworn unit
ureu-e iu ne oi eailli ana witu a opt ol
not more than one in ten itnd not le-s than
sixteen leet widu on top, with a slope
to tne Diht- ot one in two, heperate otils
will he received lor iroa span, Including
sliutnients an l foutidaiitm, for lha wooden
trestle potllon ol said bridge, and for Ihe
earthen approae-tica, or ' P r the entire
'I ha rk'ht to reject any or all bids, is re
served. J. B. I'tULI.IS,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WhulettU and Retail Dtn r. In
Foreign and Domestic
wixi:s or all kixds.
No. CO Ohio Levee.
MEFSIl. '-MYTH ft CO., liave contttumly
lar-e f-tnek ol the I i-M ifn:jtlB in Uie "iir
k't. iili'l tiv(-t-ici-ui lito-iilloj to the tth lc.
nit; lniii.t-ii ol' thi! Iiustnei4-
A XI) CANDEE,
City N'ltlonal Uank IJ'iiliilng, ep.siaiiit.
lVo Oblcit Fsubtished Aitcncy id sjouthcra
Illiuyis, and rcpresentiiig over
tQh 000 000
Salocn and Restaurant.
THE BEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Cons'antly on hand. Also has constantly
on hand u
Large Supply of
ORANGES. APPLES, ETC.,
At Wholesale and Rttall.
At the Old Delmonico Hotel,
5 im o. M Ohio Levee.
I with tfi
J ftK-f I-'C
CLUE GUAR ANT nED
b vour caftt.-. and .nd
Ifi cents, (CnrrrantiniK
Y'n- tn lit. Van bvutt
MO MU Vernon Strtrt, I'hiUilclphia.
St. Louis. Mo.
IHOS. A. EICE, A. M. 1. 1..,)
IAS. EICK, A. M., f I'rlnelm
I. H. HUBWOOD,, J
FULL LIFE SCHOUriSHIPJ S8I 00
MOST Complete. ThorotiKh (Old rntotlai
coiiritc of study la the Unlit! tuus
rour-MMixlisi.cniilblt.tr everjr yotniK niD wn
Imrking ub lite sea oi life.
For Illnitrattd Circular,
1HUS.A.1UCE, A. M..L. II.,
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Btntir or-.r wu
rill. tlOO ni.n.i J
ACMtU. Aillft btl.Jl
Goods at the Lowest Pricss
Floor Oil Cloths, Curtain Dam
Children's Shoes, Gent's IJoo t
Sneeial attention L'iven to Country trade.
in the City or Country, in (iroceries or Dry
our iroods anil nrlct-s beloie von huv.
MT. OAtlBON(Big Muddy)
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Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To largo con3umoi-a and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform ratos.
CAIRO CiTY COAL CO.
OnVeon wleirt tot f.v.t of Sixth ?t re. t .
Jtliee ot IPilUiluy ltroiher.t, oppotjite
Clwrlcs Hot. 1.
Kl?yiilian Mills, Twt-nlietli street.
Cuttl liump. loot of 'lnirtv-vtntti s'r t,
I'O'ilHtUce druwt-r "t ')
Men. BravBs I (la,
G- rt x w,
and nil kinds (Jouutry i'to .in-e.
03 Ohio T.cvee, Cr.iro. Ills.
t, H rfrv .
iPaints, Oils, Vamiske3
Wall Paper, Window Glaoa, Win
ilwu73 on fcr.nd, tt.c t..-!r'inite 1 1:1 ire'ratl
Oornnr Kloventh Htrvjt and Waabl
.o tt Tonsn,
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Between Washington and Com
mercial Avonnoa, adjoining
oltmnf) o,');piiviaow'.unpv '"1y
OtL 4 W..tl ftl'll'S- -UIJ'.M IIM'.'IM etll 111 );
STRATTON & EIHD
Ag ttlAKERXCAW POWDER CO.
R7 Ohio Lvo.
rubllr notice lit Iwreby Klven that tha
parlnerubip existlnir httween W. V.
hchut-kern and K.' U Tlileleeke Ik on ttl,
Ihe flmt tlay of dtinutry, A. U. IS, , (lis
olved, K. If. TliMtickti retitlni; from tho
(Irni and W. V. 8ehuoern eoniiniilnK the
tiuslnn umlfr liUown n.nno. Mr. W. f
Hchui ki.-r ashumlnir all ll ilillitie and col
lectin a I tbe dehttt duo the former llrui ol
W. . HttllUcKCW uo.
Dated Jaiuury litt, A. 1). 1(77.
W. f. HCIIUCKCRS,
K II. 'I'MIKI.KCKK
AVKAIl. Aurnliwtnlt-.l. Dual.
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SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee,
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Sine;
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-ill tY,:;:E::!y f;? th
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Keatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Gils,
i ,.,tiv-;j.,..' V ', . 1 .-
T'aoElgia iij.o.iiUi Can
Tho OalyPerfoot C;m ia
tho World. M-jido of Glus3
and rot to
Leak, C'rrodo or Break.
Every fam.ly should have
OIL TANKS and
Tho best in Use. Patent Dome
and nieasurmg Force Pump.
Manufactured hy Wilson snd
fnoilrn Win -,.11 , tt,
.li.ut.ii. gt.ll Ol I. I, .1 Jllli 'Jj
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jayncs' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. W e control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
'I.a-t wocli Il.otu li'a " rnr.t .mi I -ir-'c
the usual linn-at Ii- tl-iin l.n I Hi.-t-..-t t
-uvo to rnli ttit-rn. ;uid it ui t i (,t l-n- k tin
hot I: n r on Monday la tit l.y it,
)trt.-t: U s:ilo t-t Use It.
5 and 10 cent Pnckgcs.
Wholesale and Retail,
Golden Lion Cologne-0' DuraMmy'anco
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use-Verv Chfian
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoo 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 Sarsapariila and Blood Purifier
HoSmans'Aguo 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
Pure liiiiiortrri tiny ISuin, Splendid Canada Tar
Soap English and American Noans Fine Im.
(torlcd IlandluTcIiicf 1C tracts in origi
nal Jtotflc or in Elrolioii Quanti
ties as wanted nt low prices.
mfUj e our
M . 1
Tho Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
f and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by tho U. 8. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by tho
U. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rate the
samo with Insurance Companies. Used
by Rai!.cads Street Cars and Hotels.
il Wa-lnre End done n v wa-lilnir in r.tie i.Kii
ot.. Mv e it. ,t eri hi -r. 1 did not
w-ol.-r. Mid lor t.m-e I w;i t-iml,ii-d to pcia
:tml vt.ti w ill u ,ve littur, lime and n.'mev. Il U
Buy WASHINU AT BAKCLAY'S.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
At Barclays' Drug Sioro.