Newspaper Page Text
-.'j. ;...,sr"-t ( J ,
i i imnmii i i ii i n i
W. F. BcuccKtaa, ZMot and Publisher.
Tte'frmeorscy teverel cnntlti
T the stitt ot Illinois are rtqueited to
mddelegatet totrtiw eunventlon to be
bald el Sptlntfl'H, Illlnol, TBUHSDAY,
th. J1TB DAY Of APRIL, 1878 . at 18
dock M. lor the purpose of nominating
a aaadidate lor the office ol Mate treas
urer, end one candidate for the office of
eUle euperintendent of pubho iottroctlon
and to tienikct web other husineti at may
come betore 1U The teverel countiet ere
titled to the following representation,
bftMd upon the tote for government Id
Vote for tew-
ait id IKS. iw
.. 8 WJ
... . 5:5
.. 8. M
A It lander
J .ml ..
Ca boua .
. VftJK uii-i
E liar.... ....
fcil ar.ru. ...
.y tic - .....
' aBooOi . ,
It f Wit
Ja er ...
J ffrrron ........
J I !...
.a Kallfl.HM.. ....... ..
liWrvBM ...m. .,....
J B. . . ... .. ... W
M icon - .
at f loo... MtMwn"M,,,MM"
, Maaac .......
Mcl trough .......
Mislaid m- "
Merc r...... i
MO llllia Ma-MMtM ..M.W.M.M...
Hal -ukl ...mm
eeiia) ler .....
Total . ....276,&4
TUe committee unanimously recomend to
the democrety of the northern gr.oatlvi
Ion end eecond eppellate dlsirlo, that
they hold their convention, lor the par
poe of nomliietlnjc clerks of tbeeurpreme
end eppellete eoQrte, for te'd divMon end
district, et JoUtt, on Thundty, April 18,
.And for the centra) grind dlYinlon end
. third erpel'etecUti let tt.t the delefittee
: eppoioted from wid divition and dietrict,
, to the itete convention, to meet In eonven-
tion et Sptlnttflelil, on the day tald et&te
ov-niloo U hoid, et 10 e. m., for the pur
pee of nomlnatlog derki of the mrpreme
and appellate ceurb lor laid dlvlilon and
, Aod for the tooth ern frrend dtrt'lon end
, fourth eppellate diiuiet, that tbey hold
; their eonvenllon at Centra'ia, Tbunday,
- 11 ay 18, 1878, for the purpoe of nomiDi
tlof eltrktof Ibe curprtme and appellate
court, for tald dWIelon and diatrl' t;
'. I The ratio of rep et niatlon In raid con
irentlone to be the tame at in the itate con
CTBU3 H. McCOHMICK,
; TB0I. EntBLKY, Secretary.
' AT LaBGC.
C. H. MoCormlck, C. I Btollet,
J. B. Mann, W. K. Murphy,
A.r.JOvoar l, t.F. Burgn.
1 tt.E. Oodell. 11. J. M.Buth.
T. Tb E Courtney, 12. II. P t-bumay,
. . tuomaxDiiiriej,
)H. J. A. Jlal.orv.
e. nraara ui.eop,
It. John W. Kwiib,
1. W. Cochrane,
16. L. B Paraon,
IH T. K Uou on,
. f.U. Maieb.
J. tt.iirakr, .
7. W. a Steele.
8. J. Duff.
JU Q'OTU E iiDUOJa.
rMtCLBeurHiMecoLKT,e. o d.
'wearajiihl'd to anofiuor R. a. j, wil.
' V NKt. aohioKiea txwaty, a a Cana da'.
firruUrk lb SBrrmc Court, a m hrrp (ira.,4
g.vuiua, UlitKila. aaJtM ih dc. Ition ol iht
aotauaie B'MBiaila( rotnmiUae, ta Im htit
. ai veairalia, U. liib in rnu
' VJB CLX'K OF THK aVrBtliTt COVBT-
yjCKTH PIsTICI, IILlKOla.
.' We are au'borla4 o iBDOunoa W. ftlc
CliuVlC of tUtaabam Ummy, a, a candira
fj.Ctorkarta ikpixllaw I oun, finri uliirici.
llliaoll, euiJMl in a'cutna uf U U(mo.
He eoavanu aaueu w autvi at la iralia.
- Thi lodrpeiidenU, or Ureenbeckert,
ti Iillaote, ttrt determined that the Drm
C?rtt ahall not get ahead ol Iht-ta, and
fcm called tbrir eUte convention to
' ret tit Bprinf Held on ttedoetday,
'h aw fror Europe hi ill of en
' '-l character. Tho Kuitiani at i
. ll Jcsfa)atrlf4tt8) deflnlle under,
rrrjtt to the terma of peace. The
frfintjuUh Boot of Ibelr d
Z-t nA tbt oetelon ol the Turkltb
r U CM of tbeto. The war leellnr In
' tJh taleoae. and (ho next few
'J Ctav thu Uel btiof iounb
THE C05eESIOSAL CAHrAIBV
WHO BHAL1) 1W THE 9EHO
CtlATIC HTASDABD BC4BEBT '
Good material for Democratic congrets-
men. In this dlttrlot. Is abundant ; but It
mutt not be Interred from that fact that
every able and Influential Democrat li an
ttplrant lor congressional honor. We
have la our mlud't eye at least three
prominent Democrat! who bate, for
years, labored energetically andeflectlre-
ly.lor the cause of the party; but who
pertmptorallr end emphatically refuse
to permit their Irienns to consider them
as In the llet ol probable or even poas'bie
candidates lor the nomination. Self-ao
riticlng Democrats arc numerous enonh,
however, wltbont these ro nnssrrous,
Indeed, that the question with the eon
tentlon will not be "where," but "which
is the man the exigencies ol the Hues
seem to call fori"
Hon. William Uartzell hh served our
people most Intelligently and acceptably;
has been right on all the issues presented
lor the consideration ol eongrets, aod
has, in the discharge of the niultilarloiis
duties 01 his poflllon, earned tho thanks
of the people generally, as well at ol toe
party to whom he owes his election.
But JUr. 11. Is now nervine his second
tirm. and will. In cuiifortuity with what
has become a usge with the party, tie 1
cine to enter Into a contest for another
or third nointntttion.
No man in Illinois has worked more
Industriously and unst'loVhly lor the tri
umph of Democratic men and measures
than lion. Win, 11. Green, o Cairo. A
.eiitltimun of signal ability, thoroughly
posud in the political history ol the
couutry, and an orator f rare power
and i.-ffectivene?', he has labored trdous
ly and persUtently in the cause ol his
party, through no hope or expectation
ol political preferment, but purely and
simply because of his conviction that the
happiness and prosperity of the country
depend upon the triumph of, Democratic
principles. But Jude Green's friends
assure us nay, It is commonly under
stood, that well as he deserves of hi
party, he will not even patiently listen
lu the association ol his name with a can
didary lor congress, or for any other
office it is In lh power ol his party to
give. In the same connection may bo
mentioned tho names of Messrs. Mulkey,
Oberly, and perhaps others.
Hon. William J. Allen, ol Jack ion
county, has always been a "tower ol
strength" in the Democratic party, aud,
in aitnobt any event, is llkey to be
pressed upon the conveulion for noniln
aiion. His friends are many and Inilu
entlal, and when the sores of tLe late
war are all healed, he need but ask any
olliue in the gift of bis party to receive
Ir. Ills popularity as a ruau and as a
Democrat ; his great ability as an orator,
and hi general Illness for a membership
in that body, made him a candidute lor
conpros at a lime when the bates en
gendered by the war were most
'"iTJptenee and unscrupulous. At
to allow ti.u. ' , , ,
- - . in """'itfht Indeed,
omt. His "war record'! rv,,-.
waa ever that ola connltutional u..inn
man) was most shmneleiuiy nri villain
ouely luisrepresente. by everj Hepubli-
can paper and orator In the district; and,
although the Inel reflects upon the Intelll.
jrenee ol our people, mny of the slat.
ders and falsehoods then uttered ami
puoiif ned, arc believed to this day. To
what extent his availability Is ttllt af
fected from that cause, the convention
can most intelligently decide. We will
only eay, on or own account, that if
persecution lor party's sake entitle
person to political preferment, the claim
of Mr. Allen upon the most honorable
position In the gilt ol bis party le clear
Confplcnous, too, In the li.t of proba-
ble cumu lates stands the name of lion.
D. T. Lintgar, Even at this early dfly
he Is not at all Jacking in the particular
of earnest and hard-werklnj? friends to
press his name upon the attention of his
party. He ia not a veteran in Demo,
cratic service, but a more thorough, In
teneo or uncompromising Democrat than
be, cannot be found In the district. He
has, too, during the put two years, per-
lormed arduous and acceptable labor lor
the parly showing upon every favorable
opportunity the strength of his .aitb by
me ar Jor ol his work. As an orator he
hat few equals In the state, and in the
Republican ranss there is not a man In
the dltirlct who would dare, In Joint dlt
enstlon. to take a tingle Hustle" with
him. He Is, In short, an able man, and
would. Irom a seat In congress reflect
honor upon his constituent!.
Hon. SL C. Crawford bas been men
tloned In the same connection, not mcrr.
ly among his neighbors, but by Demo
crats everywhere. We do not know, In
deeo, that any Democrat In the district
Is more frequently spoken ol than Judce
Crawlord. He Is a gentleman ol tin
bounded penonal popularity ;of advanced
views, ana as a canvasser he is without
an etiual in the entire range ol our ac
qualiitanse. We do not know that he
would turrender the official bird he now
holds, for the promise ol another yet In
the buil. ; but should he do so, an J ob.
tain thetendcflof aDemocratlcnomlna.
tlon. he would wage each a wart.
on the cohorts of the enemy as has not
wn teen in Ely pt sinoe the organlxatlon
ol the KepubJiuan party.
The name of Col. , . Taylor basalso
been associated with aeandklecy, While
we leel abundantly assured that a man
belter fltted for a seat In congresi could
iiot be named, we ere not dltpoicd to ac
knowledge that tho convention could
nominate a man who would be stronger
before the people, fle is a gentleman ol
recognized ability, eminently practical,
nd, In his views ol national issues, fully
abreast with the needs ol the timet.
As well, or better than any other man
hat hat. been named, he compre
hends the commercial, Industrial, floan
clal and other wants l the country, and
no one will gainsay when we say that
la the conception, creation, and use ol
means to accomplish ends he would be
without a peer lu congreti, '
' The same of Col. Townee, Hen, ,
E. ' Albright, Hon. VI, M Waatbnrn,
Hon. E. B. watkins. Judges Dun ana
Lemma, have alto- been mentioned, and
no mistake will be made if from among
these gentlemen the convention makes
its choice. They are ingrained Demo
crats, all ol them; and would work for
the success of the ticket with a teal born
of the conviction that the canst of Dem
ocracy It right, and that a healthy pros
perity will never blest the conntry until
the principles of the party are carried
Into administration. ' Bat, let the con
yeotlon nominate whom it may, It will
require work, irfllustrlous, unflagging
eflurt to elect him. The moneyed powir
of the country, operating? through the
Republican patty, is arrayed against ti t
ptopU, and unless we put energy and
vigilance Into the canvass, toe victoiy
will be not ours I
LATTER FROM NEWYOEK.
A Fw rni Remarhe by a
Hard rim' fcHW-e )H Hwirtf
Mir a melt' Barriafe, cie., tic.
Finn Ave., Nw Yokk, Feb 25
Was there ever a gayer, or a bush r
place than New York in the winter set
son? Talk about hard times! Wat there
ever a year when the timet jvere not
haid, or ever a season when people really
went about In sack-cloth and ashes, re.
penilng of their past follies and extrav
agencies, and.by dlntol being economi
col, took to wearinir sixpenny calicoes,
or turning their old dresses Inside on'
and upside down, for the sake ol making
what the world call "an appearance F'
There 1b certainly a great deal ol talk
to be heard in tho metropolis, as well as
elsewhere, about the fcircity ol money
It has been whirpered about that even
the wealthiest have bad to retrench their
expense, but still the tldeof extravagant
pleasure rolls on, as merrily and as lav
Ishly as ever. There are the nsual balls
concerts, private theatricals, and all sorts
ol amusements to pas-) away tho Idle
hours, tnd, at all ol these, society's nut
trons and raalder.s appear, arrayed 1
the costliest velvets, satins, and laces
sparkling with Jewels, and with apparent
ly as light hearts and full purses as they
enjoyed belore the "hard times" the
lords of eraHon are so fond f croaking
It Is a matter of quet-tton vthRiher th
man who n quires his wiieto reduce her
expenses, allows lewer cigars for him
self, or spends lets money than tcfor
at the club where he goes of an i veiling
to Improve his mind and to cultivate hi
moral? That bolb ol these hmdahl
objects are, themHelvescoinmendable, n
one will deny, but that clubs are the
very best places lor developing a man
highest qualities, has not Jet been d
cided In the affirmative by thn wives w ho
remain at home.
Bo this as It may, it Is our private
opinion that husbands, who are ptTnetU'
ally trying to Impress upon their wives
"IClf'JJJat nttonuy la sourop. tlo not Viwl
00V - -.1,1. n.nk !.... ,l,l ...
fortunes, hut rather to have a convivial
time over sumptuous dinners and plenti.
ful champscne, T iere never yet was
tinner of a man but expected his wife to
be a saint I It is, perhaps, unfortunate
that human nature, whether draped in
cashmere and silk, or immaculate broai
cloth, bo that It Is qulto unreasonable
upon tne pare ol a mat to arrogate to
htmrclf the right ol committing all the
lamily wickedness, and to expect his
wile tc be a perlect divinity in trsl
dresses, sagacious and wise as Minerva,
and with nothing to keep her irom flying
straigbt upward atany moment-except'
lng the lack of wings and what on earth
we may bo permitted to ask, if women
were sjeh angels, wouMiueh wives do
with the average husband? livery thin
existing as it does, It is no wonder that
there are always plenty ol family qoar
rels to be adjudicated, and so fierce and
implacable have these family feuds be
come, that now-a-days it is no unusual
thing for the whole matter to be brouabt
before the courts, and Ihe law Invoked to
settle ibose disturbances, which, If pw
pie were all right.m!ndtd, would be
settled beside the family hearth. In Ibe
pr.vacy of the family circle, and not
dragged firth to the harsh liht ol pub
Ho curiosity lor the delight of the social
vultures who scream with joy over thete
scandalous banquets. This winter Ii
would teem that New York hat had
more than her thBre of these farollv
differences. The goselns have never la n
to busy, tni have never enjoyed more
delectable matter to pull into shreds.
ihe most prominent cafe, of course.
has been that of the beautiful and
blooming widow, Mrs. Uirks, who re-
een'ly married Mr. Lord, a gentlemtn to
many yean ber senior that It was al
most like the wedding ol Juno and D
cember. Had there never been no for
tune to be affected by this rather
eicentrlo marriage, the matter would
never have become the nine days' won
der It baa. Society might have starred
and gossiped a Utile, and then society
would quickly bare forgotten the III. ks
Lord marriage lor things of greater Im.
porlanoe. But. as It has all turned out,
society Is not yet weary of discussing
the pros and coi.i ol this now fumout
Mammon lithe god vbo ruin ureal
Gotham, and golden lavort are the roost
highly prised ol all. Why an aflalr, that
ia of Ittell ol the most private nature,
should have made tucb a public- tenia
tlon.lt. of crurse, due to the tact that
Mr. Lord's children were decidedly avertt
to having their fa;ber wedded to a youth
ul wife, ant thui to divide tbt Inherit.
anct to which tbelr own longing ryes
were directed. There it no more account
lng lor an old man' caprices than lor a
pretty woman's, to that It behoovee all
children with rich and aged fathers, who
happen alto to be widowers, to keep a
sharp eye upon the old gentlemen, lest
tome day tbey give them the slip, and
and run away to be married," without
toelx toaattBt, at did Mr. LorJ. Of tour,
OUH MOTTO: " Tho Best
. 0. HANNY, .
Comer 8th street and Commercial Ave.
-vv - - - . I- " f ..
CK- xm cn CD JEILTJIIJ S3,
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes.
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coffees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
A lull lino o( Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladles' and Misses' Boots,
This stock Is entirely New and Fresh.
O ir Stock embraces everything needed In
Goods. Please give us a call, examine
a man shiuld have his children's consent
before h ventures to take unto bimsell a
More uan one tuch match In opper ten
don), coitemplated by an elderly parent,
has beei broken up by the offended
children II is not every old man who
has spirt enough to defy his fate and his
lamlly no, and to run awny as success.
fully asdid Mr. Lord. We know a Fit i li
avenue belle who tore up the picture f
a noted beauty to whom her papa hed
been paying devoted attention, ind
which portrait the beauty had wnt at
his own earnest i quest. But the pi"
ture never reached its destination. In
stead ol warming the old man's heait.
It fed ibe llames in a gra.e, and thus
love was nipped In the bud by the clev
erness of a youtg girl who knew h'i.v
to lake good earn ol her elderly. a.
THE LiTEST FASHIONS.
A littio gossip about the yrevailmg
New York stylei may not be uninterest
ing to our lir readers. Oreat prepva
tio.'is were ma1e by t'-ie 'as ilonat t
mudlstc lor tht "Martha WaiMngtuu
Tea Party," whfch took place on the 2i't
aud which lar eclipsed all toruier festivi
ties ol the winter. We have fpaeo tn
describe hut one of these beaut iu! toil
ettes, which was worn bj a Midison
avenue belle. The dress Is of pale bin
satin with trimmings ol silver blond
and pale pink half-blown rosebn '
Princess sh-ipo, low corsage, the- front
being fastened diagonally, uud buttoned
ithilv'erbH An fdiflng ot
siivt-r blond flnUhes the neik, iini i0,
Iowa the outline ol the dlagbnul front.
- . . i.w ," pangted wltn m;
vui la ,)r-fru..T 'OUUw. .. - '
knotted tojeeihrrac u back with ro-e-huds.
Similar bouquets upon the !rut
uf the skirt, upon the left (it the corsage,
and in the hair. The Jrei lias a long,
narrow, peacock train, and Is llnl-tied nt
tne noitoiu aaataiayen$tot three ro a
of pleated lines edged with lace the
row t overlapping each other.
The newest morning wrappers are
made of Turkltb toweling, and trimmed
with bows ot bright colored ribbon, such
at cardinal, pink, scarlet, titl, or navy
Dresses are ttlll worn with fan tralnB,
and, as short dre?es are entirely out of
favor, every well-dressed woman has be
ceme the slave of her train, which, it she
goes out for a promenade, the is obliged
to cany in ber hand. In this case one is
compelled to wish that the era of little
black boys lor carrying trains would
Fui-:ined circulars and sacques are still
In favor, but they are not Intended lor
oeremonlous visiting or to be worn in the
drawing-room. A casmail, or 6mall
puliese made of the time material as the
dress, is worn. This little mantle is used
exclusively for visiting and receptions.
The casmail it a short pelerine, round
at the back and tquare In lront.
In place of the carnal;, there Is a pretty
mantilla or black lace calle I the Itecam
ier. In shape the P.ccam!er Is like a
mall shswj, and It draped around the
boulders, fastened unon the corsage in
front with a bouquet of flowers, The
i ng ends are also tastefully fastened
w!tb flowers, upon the left tide below
Velvet dretset of all dark shades, eu h
as deep plum, navy blue, garnet, and
black, are extensively worn. An elegant
uostameof till! description It comused
of b ack embossed Velvet and satin.
the tidet of tho drers being satin,
and both the back and front of velvet.
The ehape is tight-fitting Prince,!
over the butt and tilpt, the back being
gracefully draped, the drapery forming
a kind ol cascade, which Is trimmed with
laoe. l.ng, narrow train ol velvet and'
satin putting. Slaves of velvet, with
satin cufli. llut ol black velvet, wlt.i
Hack feathers, nod strings ot double-
Used velvet and satin ribbon.
M'nur.R COS tK ACT,
Citt Clkrr'8 OrriCR,
CaiHo, Ills., r'cb'y. 14. 1S78 J !
Hi aled nronosula will be reeelved at ihls
ollioe until six o'clock, p.m.. or 1 uesday,
At m . ... . . . . .
wartu u, ioi b. tor luriiisiiiug tucn lum
ber as the city may require lor ihe cur
rent UC'I trending cember 31. 1878.
Hald lumber to be ol good and sound
white or burr oak. white or yellow pine
or cypret, and tree irom tap or unsound
knots, aod ol tucb dimensions as may tie
required, and to be delivered In such
quantities, times and places within Ihe
corporate limits as the committee on
ttreett may dl.ecl.
The right to n Wt anr or all hidt it
reserved. J. B. PhilMS. Cliv Clerk. .
RMtiwrrk to ArtnitiOnMliBtiipla. la.OOl
tillainiiih(rrov'I.T rrun lliivrul.Far.
IWalw ua. i.WlUt a.iaUt
Goods at the Lowest Price"
Dress Goods, Silks.
Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
Children's Shoes, Gent' Bjota and Shoes
Special attention given to Country trade.
tlie City or Country, lu Groceries or Dry
our goods aud price before you buy.
Orders for Coal by th) oar-load,
too, or in hegsheads, for shipmnt
promptly attendod to.
To largn consumers aod all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at ui.forra rates.
PA1RO CITY COAL CO.
OiBceoo wlnn rt foot of Sixth itrwt.;
i (Mice n HalliilaT UroUwn, oypo.itt H
C'.al Dump f.Kit rr IhirlT-eiKiitb ttreel. or
L. . ... . um
ru.i . inn umwwr "hf
33. H!. .Slelro
?aints, Oils, Varnishes
eVall Paper, Window Glaus. Win
. n, i -
now ocaaea, aia.
lwiy on hand, Iflr oalthrnu l illoniliatl
Oornar Slav en ta Street to 4 WaaM
Permanently cured no humbug by one
month'! UNave of Dr. Ooulunl'a Olnhrat.
ed Kit l'owderi. To eonvinoe sufferers
tbattUete powders will do all we slaim for
them, we will tend them by mail, post
paid, a tree trial box. As Dr. Goulard li
me oniy pny.iciin mat baa ever made this
disease a special ttudy, aod as to oui
knowledge thou.aadg bave been perms-
uciiii , vurcu oj .us use ui tue-ta powu in,
we will gaarautea a permantint cure e
very cue, or reiuml you all money ex-
uruueu. aii auDTert auouiq civa uieu
.--u.in.iiM UIBI, BUU uo uuuviui:;.
Prln. fur lariru Kn BQ ... A Va.a. ,a.
- ..v., w. an. 9 w. yJ, v UUAr, .ill
110. ent by mall to hoy part ol Ui.iua
avntata ! n h a.t.j--...
ASH Si BOBBINS ,
36U 1'ulton Hiren. Brooklyn, N.T.
jtoliro In raatnrtnn
Omc of Vic-PREsiDjr A 3k.)
ant MantbkK tiiiCiOO. or. V
LOUIS A Naw Ohleamj It. B. j
N .w llni.ciicu I'.i.'ii vi ia?.
Tn fAntpai.ifi .
HPHlMil tipnliiw. In.U.il mh.'I ,A I
MTcb lor ihe mdiot; o ihe (3 miles of
Biiruau a.euuiK irom rum re, Kei
Urkv. II n Mia Mlt hll It nf tlia I II. i ,4. -
- r - ww. ..... vuiv
, . . u .A ..I ... n . I.. . .1- 1 I . I . . ,
-.ATlf iV.Mtlil. r,.W JOV I.. .t,u k
irn land, and one mils through timcr
VI Vmyiw uraigu IUI B WIU1I1 VI IO'J 00
liuodrl tee. 1 be embinkme'ii will ar-
aiava Hbnut 1(1 1 Bin fi In hai. i,, ...
- -- -. ... " ..Mi, M ' Ul.
from toe ent ri le, n1 en de buudled tue-
.rr.iu,, nllu v in iQ-, oirn, tciai er ir
harm.). l hraa . Ii.n. . rd. .i.i .H
" ....wv. U U M Mill. IJI fUl.
btnkinenr, ni an an averg htflaht ol I )
rs.. mi, ii, no m iuru igr ai inaii lol
hreu trur.ka. anil will h v a r.n wl iii. . !
(10) lony leel, tht Wh .le ol wbleh It
iniouBa uinnrrJ iniid. Tultls adesirshe
l. n i n tk an. utuii nriha . b.
tion ol anJ esaminat on bv coLtratnrt.
The work will lie commenced the flrtt
(lit) of April, next, nd murt be e mideted
by toel.t ol July fo lowing Monthly en-
In. . .. .....!- I . 1 1 '
biiiiivn, ymjwim iu uvfu, win i g uiaue aa
tliM Brnrlr 1.1 i.fu... a A tUm ..-I . ,
- m u in vrvai IWQDTT
per unt. retaiued to Inure com leMou ol
AI..IM..I A nlnll m I. II...- 1 .
..-.iii. liiiih.vi iiur, mil pi?pci
fired lnt rmatt. n 01 Utned at ibe offle o
tua i u)i.y a teBI, JUO, , JUl'ttA, Fll-
Uliit mould he addressed to J. G, Mann,
Dlvlilon ttupeilmetident, Jackt.;n, Ttn-
The lit Jt will be rpened aid eontractt
awarded on 1 itb Mirth., at Jioksnn, lenn,
The compmy r-ttrvei the right to re
Jeot.ny or all bldi.
JA9. C. CfiMtKF,
( V true copy.) yiWa Pre.ldent
OIIVAAV mn immnn .
r ir aalarr bv divotlna a vry imail nimbi
i.l jr a to ranraoa rm my rclabraica rWalty'a
Vlaaui tad Uraita unit a run taa di to i bat laa
vur t'tfui, iiuiv iu air. nam' . A 110 DOC va-
arrvioa I rrauha of na b both pleaiaai aad
w?'.?'.. W R""alart rr t. idrlraM
yAtilU, If. IklUm, Wtattlftaa, J. 4.
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee.
. i ...
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MOIITAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Liuseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-All Colors S:adj fjr Us Jrusli,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tannei's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
ThoElgia ji.d.oa-:ne Can
The OalyPeriect Can ii
tha World. M 48 of OUas
and Warranted not to
Leak. Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
ti i t 1 1 n.4 r,.
ilia uesi in uto, i atcut wwiuu
and Measuring Force Pumi.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Eveden. We sell at their prices
Agency and Depot for Ayers 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.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Latwek I houhtRiOcentpkVkftfrerWtibineanf) done my washing In one dU
the tikUftl time at than halt tbecont ot Soup. My rlo hei werx wbi er. I oiO not
havrt tn rnh f hitm anil it fil l r.nt .rieib biaaL..., .M,t i . .
hot nlrneron SloDiiay. fco ladlet Ly it,
perfectly afe to une It.
5 and 10 cent Packtges.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-0' uDUtre.bFifJy!anc'
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
Coarse and Fine Combs,
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
French English and American Perfumery
The Best Extract of Buchu,
Holmans'Ague Pads, Woods'
Quinine, Smith's 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 PalLsh
Pore Imported Bay Hum, Splendid-Canada Tuf
Koap- UngiUn and American Soaps-Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extracts In origi
nal Dottles or In Droken Quanti
ties as wanted ai low price.
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. 8. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT. Highly Commended by the
U. 3. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Firo risk for Elaine and Gas rate the
same with Insurance Companies. Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels.
f l , TT7-?-r.- 1 3
and you will ave labor, lime aud u.oney. ltl
Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Table Use-Very Cheap
The Best Trusses, All Styles
and Hair Brushes
Blacking, Stove Blacking
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
of Almanacs Free to All
Sarsapariila and Blood Purifier
and all Aeuo Medicines,
At Barelayo' Drug Sioio.