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W. P. 8cmjcim, EJilor and Publisher.
Tbs democracy of tns several counties
of the tt of Illinois ere r quwkd to
s-ad delegtte to a state convention to be
bM t fiprtngfl II. Illinois. TDUBSDAY,
the 11TH DAT "F APRIL, 1873 . at 12
o'clock M., tr tbs purp of emlratlns
oo andliei lor tbt office ol atate treas
urer, Mid one candidate for ibe efflo of
state tuperinten ent ol publio Induction
ad to Ven'sel uuh other business m miy
eom belore it. The several counties ere
entitled to tbe foil 3 wing representation,
based, upoo luo vote lor gyvernment to
art to IX7N 1)
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The committee unanimously recomend tu
the dtDocrery of tbe Dorthern gritoddivi
floa end second appellate district, tbst
tbey bold tbelr convpniion, tor the pur
joe oinoniLstinK tlerksof tbe kurtrt-me
end sppellaie courts, for sa d divicion a- d
dUtiict.'tt JoHut, on Tburadsy, April 18,
'And 'or the central grind dlviMoo and
bird rtpfl'ste fh-fik-t list tie drlffate
appointed lroro md dllMon and dUtrlct,
to the state contention, to meet tn (ecvtn
Hon at p'im nl1, on tbe day said atale
conv.ntion U n-id. at 0 a. ra , for tbe pur.
po?e ol nominjtlr g clerks ot tbe urprtme
sjnd.eppclUte courts lor i(l dlvtalon and
And for tbe loutbsrs pracd JlviMon and
fourth pplUte dlkUiet, that tbey bold
their convention at Centra ls, Tburtdsy,
May 16, 1078, for tbe purj m of nomins
tln?oltrkkol ibe kU'prcme and appellate
court, lor said divlaion and dil rl t;
'' Tbe ratio of rrp es niaitun In tald con
ventloos to be tbe same as in tue stale con
. - TnOB. Buiklet, Secretary.
C H. MeCormlck, C 1 Holie t ,
i. B. Mann, W. K. Murphy,
A. V. UOuuaxJ, 14. V. Uurgou.
. 1. XL E. Oodett. Jt. J. M. Btl'b,
?. TKos E Courtney, 12. II. P t-humay,
I. Tborna Shiney, la. J A. Majors
8. B.cbard Bisaop, II. J jbn W.Kmiih,
' K K. II. Maisb, . 1 W.Cocbnne,
4. 8. Dr.kr, 16 L. Ii Pm
-?. W. Hietle. 17. 11.C. G-ike,
. J.Onff. 1ST K, Uou on,
t. W. I )Tidsnn. 19. 8. Z Lauoe-,
Jo O' org E linund.
, 'J0CLSiacrRMCOl'RT,i.G D.
'. W ar asnkvxl aaanunrs R. fc. . Wit,.
B MO. ' AsHbuiKUM Cuui.iy, at a raiMt'ita s
IvrUnrh of the siir.nK i -i.art a a htm Urad
liaiiMI. Illiaiita. ji llo the d tarns 4 Iha
t)M CUT" OF Til aPPCLHTK CODHT-
, , jrovuTU Disnci, 11 i.iNOia.
A' Wm ra aii'hArtwJ lo snouaoa W. r. t
CHOUH, vl t5nbam Ctxtnijr, a candita
CwfltOTkaf lk ikpvtllata or. tmiih ulxnet,
llliaata. aal'iwt la ih .a U tb D.iue.
m (M aainiiaa oslled U mtct at ca iraitt.
waif aawai " 1 1 .ns
' ittt'Wttm ef Capt. Eds Jetties Is
tM loflft ejtisttion of doubt, but an
CbhN lai;antl even the most per-
' ottiMtnile f th 'ylrn. and those
;'! liaw lor years labored to prove that
ntT pnt on then would be lost,
f Bw brglnning to recognlie the lact
' 'tl!3f WeiDtl tbelr gnat benefits
-Jr?94frlul resolu upon tbe trade ol
r'-'rP TOtojr. The MeopbU Ap-
T. i:y f rMMljr wpt. cads lo nil
1 siftaklng. has this o saf :
I Jal venl'JlJ WM filHi to
way limt mutt produutt wcodunul rv
una wtitu b icvivtU vi trUo ptnuiu
iuii Ujtiopru. nt all lUnjf uni cupaOle Ol
ilIvCUi j. At liUMa LU luj tUtrcuauia
aiv rcparing to ecud coru lu barge
to JSbW Orituin lor buipuii-ut abfwU.
lliua lr. Mure tmVti twu etiipPtU
irwui Nuw Orleans, aiuuu tiiu tlrat uy ot
Hat Mpituiut-r, iieany luur liuita tu
uiiuy buebei ol curu as were bbippcti
last year, itio tixiirta tauU lurte uiiN
liuu luLr liundreU and two thousand Ullix
buudre-l and tin .five ibid year, aud nine
hundred aud aeVcuty iiiuu UiouauJ luur
hundred, aud i went j -rivM lubtjfar, Uur
tug Um pi nod iiatued. 'Ibu Aew Or
luana Pnti Current e : "Aa uurjtraiu
trade tucreaecH, uiuro elevator lucili
lit U1 be rrquirtd, and our till-
svua are etriving u kei-p up this demand;
appliualtou lor Uie imvilue ol trecunji
- ... .1... 1 .1 . L' ..... A . .
au Cievaiur tt. iuo ueau oi fiaku eucov
was made to tlm cny ouuuull t lew
du)i kliice, and, ii more are required,
iq y fill be ready tor busintD
vsIjcU uteded," Mr. Cufiey, who i
representing New Orltani bouse,
ducs: "Ibe receipts ol train in ew
Orleans tor three successive wetka have
not been equaled tin Co the outbreak ol
ol tbe revolution, in'JfcGl. And, luriber.
more, with thrae Urgu i in pond our ex
purl trade ha jrrudunily increased, aud,
lu laot, bt.coiue bo large thai the attention
of tuertlianu abroad la atiraoied toll."
As a prool ol this latter lact, take the lol
lowliiii : ''Ibe culke iuiporis at New
UrlruiiB from bepteuatter lai to January
iilbt were 1J5.W1 bg iroui Mexico,
l Uil la an intru-e ol 41.ia4 ba lrotu
Kio.aud a dt crease ot 3.0 J J tag Irtun
Mexico, aa compared with the year pre
vious The sugar imporUih.ua irom
Cuba for tbe 6ame time waa ti tSi box -a
ant) 4,1 At hogslii'adf. an tiicreakd of 15,
201 buxeaaud l.OiO hojriheHd. "We be
vui 10 aei,',aiiisiiie.suL'JUlii fapuklican,
why them wan much ado aboiu Captain
Edd.' dredge- boai a at tbe J -Lue. lor lt)t-y
apparently struck the epring that moves
I he whole mechanism of commerce on
this continent, and have set tu clock
work ruiinink in a way that fills half lip
oid centers ot trade with litter dismay."
A commercial puper ea: "The mo
(f ksiul opeuine ot the mouth of the Mis-hU-lppi
by ihe jetties makers the Improve .
rnent ol all the westcru siieanu a matter
of absolute m cfsity. J he IikiIimiIoiih
are ubnrubint ihat in a short time the
rivers will In come, Iron) the economy ol
trantiportHilon, the ehaimi-la hy wlilcli
wi-strr-! prfwlucis will fk tlie cea. and
ibroujih a rf-Mort-il r.immi-rce be ttltri
hiiU'd to the markets of the world."
Wlml an HnHwer are Uiez-f xlrHCls lo the
pcliy, nHrrow eppK that carped nt. Cap
l-lti KadK in the npiril ol tlm nljTlirt to
Columbua when lie dl-covered America.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
lVasni.tOTO.N. D. C, Fh. 28, 187S
It was the tteutral und rstaiidlu here
j eti-rtliiy thiu 1 lie Miver bill would be
tetoed, and Hint 1 here wiia doubt ol it
pua.-Hjie 0V1T a veto in the senate. W hut
Mr. Jl iyea will do It, we huve well
learned, tiucrtaln. Ilia opinions in re
gard lo the nmoiieiizttion ofeilv.r, it
ww gather them irom his Ullerauce prior
to his iiiRiijriuiiiloii, are tiie same a
ilinmi of Mr. Tlldni and eastern men
generuliy, but it lius been given out by
uuihority that his views had changed
somewlmt. Of the pussage of the bill, il
Vetoed, I have no doubt whatever.
General Butler ycs'.eriUy delivered un
elaborrtte epeech io the house on the sub
ject jt currency, lie desires a dollar, ol
no mutter what material, which bbull be
it dollar ecauxe the filth ol tlie govern
ment Is pteuged to 1U ilu does not care
that the dollar shall be redeemable lu
gold or anything ele, holdlna that the
fuii h of the govirriinent onoe pledge d lo
the currency it would have a fixed value,
and if at any time that value wa more
or It's thau a gjld dollar It would be gold
that fluctuated, and not the government.
General Duller bad a large and attentive
audienc while speaking.
Speiiklnsr oi llutler reminda me of
Builer'a collector at Boston, Wrainons.
Mr. Hayes bas komiuated another man
in place ot Simmons, and a flht on con
tinuation Is promised. The Domination
goes to the commltlee on commerce,
which is Senator Conklinu's commlttw,
and it is thought an adverse report by
the committee will Insure rejection by
the senate. It U said of Simmons that ho
has been the best rollec'.or Bcwton ever
had, an1 Hut he had the support ot all
thoce who Iirvm liad any buxiness rela
tions with him while In office. Uis re
nomination vim bitterly opposed by
Senators iJawes and Hoar. It h not con
tended that the change is made in the
merest ot civil service reform, and as
there will be an aiiiumlcd eantest over
the attempt to confirm the new ap.
pointee, the people will look with inter.
est for the reasons to be given by ad
ministration, senators lor tbe action of
In elec'.lng a presiding officer for the
senate yesterday, Judge David Davin
voted with the Democrats for Jiui
Thurman. Ferry, Republican, was
The contest over the South Carolina
senatoriihip may posdbly be revived, the
senate comtuiilee on privileges aud elec
tions having a mojorliy In favor ot ad
The Inves iiratlon Into the sflilrs ol
Doorkeeper Polk of the liou ot repre-
seniaiivrs, img go far shown tiotli'.ns
which the house will be likely to lit
with very severe punishment. 1'olk la a
great improvement upon his predecessor,
the duties of blsotlloe bel,.g performed
a inanni r that injures hhu the good
win 01 me Innumerable persons who
hove bulnes with blm and hi subordi
nates. He sppw. In yielding to the
linprovemcnta ol Republican congress-
men, to retain their friends, and ol Dem
ocrau to give euiploj meut to others, to
have put more names on tils rolls than
the law allowed. The committee Inves
tigating blm will report lo a lew days.
Many veterans of the Mexican war
were at the capitol yeitcrday urging the
bill, which gives lo all survivor ot that
war a pension of $8 per month. Thev
Lie! with much encouragement both In
senate and bouse. Tbe opposition so far
his all been Irom extreme Radicals and
all Irani New England, and It has all been
based 01 the lact that some of the money
win go 10 anotoer section ot the country
It Is a pity that all tbe laws cannot be so
arranged, ai many ot them are, that the
people generally ball pay tribute to the
New England Bute. Dgat.'
TBS 8ILVJEB BILL.
IM Prompt rMaatare Over tJie Ptesl
Special to Ibe St. Liuie B'publ Iran.)
Till SILVER BILL 4 LAW.
Wbi'Qtoh, Feb. 28. lc took fust
two hours and thirty tulnutui Irom the
time the silver bill came Into the bouse
with the veto message until It had been
passed by botb branches ol eongre's bv
over a twn-thirda vote and became a law.
A more direct disregard lor president's
opinion was never before displayed by
congress. Such mesSBgessn- generally at
least ordered ptluted and Iu'k) over for one
day. Not a Kepublloun in ill ber branch
of congress tc-day. exept Edmunds,
sa'd a word regarding tho respect due
the president, and be only said be would
like to bare seen the bill go over one day
as a matter ot respect to Mr. Uayei. It
is true that tbe predetermined intention
and common nnderatanding on all sides
did math to cause tho very summary
action of tbe day. When tbe president'
secreUry entered the hall of the honse
tbe ayes and noes were being called on
some unimportant bill, which bad got
the house IntA a wrangle, No sooner
bad the message been laid on the table
and opened by tho speaker, than
a bu went through the hail and
galleries that Uie president's veto
had como io. whrn the roll-call was
concluded the bouse bad a lull attend
ance, members having been sent for
throughout the building. Alex. Sleph
ens moved to proceed to buntneps on
the fpeaker's table. Krfect order was
obtained and the ni?r-agu was read.
During It Kadiri!,' the member
crowded arotiDil Kvwiiitn' chitir to
get allotments ot time, presenting a
atiango scene as they compli-tely hid
him, chair and all, Irom h outride view,
lie told them that he wm jruiiir to
maud the previous qneBiiou which he
did, eliciting applitu-c, and tiie d- niHiid
was iicon'eJ ny a ruur of ayea, while
but two perwun venture I to vote In the
negative. The roll cm) 1 was hooiii
tn-grm when Sunm-l Cox .srM 8ome
thing about the luewigu being liaehrge
ot imiid by a ir.md." Annou Mtn.k.
tho New York citrptt-b.igger Irom
Onio mid personal trl-nd of Iliye.
nearly burst u blood vesH in his atU'uit
lo hfive C x'a wor.Ja taken down wk! a
yiew to a Vote of eramire eir ooiiiftliiti 7
of ibe sort, but McCook cboe a Iwd Uy
to rally Hie I r lends ol the president. He
was compelled lo suoclde 011 the assur
ance ot the kpeukvr that inasmuch ns
Cox was out ol order, alter the rdl-ca 1
began, his words would not go in the
Itetord. The result of the roll-call
allowed 190 votes for and 7J votes ugniudi
Ibe hill, and it wss declared pued
auiiut .uiucli appluu:c. Time one
hour and twenty mluutes. An
the raefsage must lirit reach the
ienato through the houe, where
the bill originated, a great crowd, In
cluding member, etarted for tho other
end of the cupltol. There the senate
was found ill-cubing the bill or the re
lu f of men charged with timber depreda
tions in MiesUsippl. lu ether word,
Blaine and others were hitting Secretary
Schurisome pretty hard blows lorlili"
attempt at relorm and timber-thief
catching. Tbe boue clerk was only
about 10 minutes behind with his an
nouncement, and soon therealter Conk
ling inrerupted tbe timber question by
asking wnat was tbe done with the sil
ver bill. Allison said its friends wanted
to put It through immediately, whereas
Edmunds objeted to the proposed dlfre.
spect to tbe president, but Allison was
suetnlned. A vote was bad without any
attempt at debate, repultlng 40 yeas to 19
nays, Ibree more than the necessary
two-thirds, and the bill became a law.
The vole in the senate was lint as was
expected and the same as on previous
roll-calls, with the exception ot the
change el Hill's vote Irom the negai ve
to the affirmative, as heretofore an
nonnwd in these dlt-patches he would
do. In the house there was nothing new
or remarkable In the vote. Missouri was
solid f.r the bill, as was Illinois. There
were not a half dozen votes west ol
Pennsylvania sustaining the" veto, and
only one or two from the south. The
message Is much more positlvo in Its
character than was expected. It wa
sent In to-day. principally to relieve the
president from the presktue being pst
upon nun irom Doth sides.
lion. Wm II. Morrison, who has voted
continually for the silver bill, was pre
vented rrom voting on the veto by bick
neKB. Dr. Garueil is bringing him out
Brv f News Item.
The entire force oi cooper of Torre
Haute, liid,, numbering about 600 work
men, have struck lor increased pgy.
The engssremput ot Senator Don
Cameron lo Mies IV we Sherman. 01
Cleveland, a niece or Secretary Sherman,
Is announced lu Waidilngiuu circles.
Warren S. Noble, sheriff of Will
county, has resigned and his account
at- found short'uoout f3,".00. Coroner
McBrlJe has taken charge ot the ctlke.
Gov. Phelps, of MUxourl, relim-d a
respite lo John W, Daniels, the murder r
cl Jesse It. Milhr, and he was executed
at Warreusuurgi Mo., yesterday.
-Daniel McPailand. the murderer ot
A. D. Hlchardon. tine, it is said, turned
up In Buuib Bend. Ind a drunken wreck.
That last description would seem to
Bell. Miller ft Co., of Cincinnati,
whose stock of dry goods was damaged
by flre and water some three weeks ago,
and insured tor S9J.00O, hive settled
their lots, receiving 60 per tnt. or
Altorney.3eneral Devena baa In
structed U. H. District Attorney Bangs,
at Chicago, tv carry up to the supreme
court Ibe cases ot the (aggers Cullerton,
nildreih and others, who have bees a
quitted by lower eourti.
OUR MOTTO: " The Best
0. HANNY, -
Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
W:J3DCII CD .03 UCIL 39 SJ9
- Dry Good's, Boots and-Shoes,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coftees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Tickings Dres3 Goods, Silks.
A inll Hue of Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladies' and M tests' Boots,
This stock Is entirely New and Fresh. Special attention given to Country trade.
O ir Stock embraces everything needed in the City or Country. Groceries or Dry
Goods. Pitas give m a call, examine our good aud price before you buy.
It. H. Morrison, ol Snirila. Mkh.. a
defaulter in ti e sum ol $8X00 n treasur
er of thu Odd Fellows Grand Lodge of
Miehigan, Is supposed to hav made
track for Scotland. He was a prominent
member ol the Odd Fellow, Masons
and Knight Templar.
Greenly, the colored murderer, nag
been l-.und guilty. At Indianapolis, and
sentenced to ibath. Ho was leader oi
t!i Airiosn MMlmrtist church choir, und
-hot and killed Mh Kercey, m liiirn!soti:e
oli'n il woman, who had separated Irom
lier liu-bind. who sang lo the ctiolr. Mid
to hum he lud been paying hi utieu-
The students of Monmouth college
and the community are exulted over i lie
action ol ibe laculty iiieuiiiiiioniiig-iboiit
tilt lady and Ki ntiuu iii xiudt-tii louli-
'Wer U the chHrgH ot Vloluling cllcL-e
uwn by being nieinbi r ol eollejre cret
societies. I itu off ndi r are tilled unun
t-j disband their H-iciatiiu.- or be expell
ed. A Wholesale exolulon iatxotcted.
Tba Demssratio Hef nm of Indi-
auaa-d tno O.-dJaback
tKiD.ta Ci f rimes )
Wilhin Uie last iwo or ihroc il.ivs
both ol lliepe pluiionut hive been giveii
u tlie people ami 11 will lie eeii by un
eXnllilnalion f tlleni tliat Uion Uie rw.it,
il'ie-ilinii of our n itlonal cuireucy (bey
are HUbaUiuilaily ibe unme I he ntl.
luctory solunoii ol till- qtteetloii Is mie
ot more vital Itup'irtai.co lo lite vast
bil-ilier operations ot tlie Am. rival I pen-
pie I Iran any oth r qiillon llmt now
agitate Ilia popuinr enlnd. To Hlteinpc
lo iMii-in't uiu vaj-l coiiunerce of t lie
world wlili a mere i-eiHllic etirrencv Is
cluiiily prepoaierou. Wo hail u well
do away wuh railriud4 anil i-tenin navis
nation ami attempt to do I lir cirrung
trade ol the world us it was done titty
As the Democratic nnrtv and tbe
Greenback parly cnnnlclde so fully upon
HiU vital question, 11 would bn tolly lu
them nottoiMvop'rateln their etf.in to
afleet so desirable a pollilcnl result.
Actir.g sermrmely. the chancel ere that
tiny v.1.1 both oe defeated. Nothing
could be more destrablH to the bond
holder and the gold oligarch, than to
seethe Mends of piper money acting
under different political organlzitiona.
tt will require unity of principle und
unity of action In the opponent of the
gold bondholders to secure the estab
lishment of their principle. These gold
bondholder now hxvetwo thousand two
hundred national hunks at their com
mand, with one billion two hundred
millions of circulation and rt posits.
That they will u-e this most dangerous
engine of power to perpetuate their
plunder and gather all the fruit of labor
from the producing classes Is as certain
as it is that the usnrer has no mery upon
i rinse mar ne ns in ni power.
Itu part of the policy of these rold
bondholders lo divide the onposiMnn
sgHtnst them, nnd by doing this make
their victory easy.
Pirioxsl. Should this meet the eye
ol the individual who crested a disturb-
ant. In church last Sund iy by his con
tinued coughing, be will eonler a Inrnr on
the congregation by procuring a bottle of
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, which will cure
WitESthe disorders of babyhood attack
your baby ue at onoe Dr. Bull' Baby
Syrup and notice Its rapid and beneficial
eft'!. Pric 23 cent.
. LKUAL NOTICE
It hereby alvca to JiMba-tU. IUII admtn't
irulur lit! btiiB hub ol th ht,i nf 11 , L,rk.
Uucaued. aud SJ i win Hruinar i uf the ;nleno ,
u tuu . irouu vourtui Airiaunu coll ill' , mi
nU. of bill lu cu eery to ,irveniM a murt
wheraui y-u, tol erwib Caiuucey m.
-uMim.in, laiuim n -nivmn Jo i n w.
I'rvifl a, nl CbarlH Kdwrd XricT. as K.-ceir-
rn oi tn i aim ami Vln. eu ra railroad, and tM
e.airo an i V me nie s railna I company re H
limlin , aiet Charl n C II iln-n, Krivrruf
oi 'bi uiiiii i,!,, iiKurane t,tu,in" or
CnkaKu,i-cuniluiiiai,l land hn Ihumimnion,
la aai i , ante i. rami nablr un li Srai day lh
IMvJ.iiniai'y h-riu, . I. IH7K, ol mid Cuiiri lo
lw boi.it-u ai it loan Hou r, In tbecitv of
Calm, la -ai l caaniy. ou m, flmt M, B'lay of
Mid inn. nb. Da l N'ot. 37th, 177.
a JOHN A Kt.KV (.Icrk ol raid C art,
au.L 1. VS uaiuta, SoUciloi uf omi.laoit.
E7DE7CT I AnT Pcnon who will msks
S S ImbW 1 anl inFiv-r I it,a & 1,-1 nf tha
namea id rrluul . e ,ou ul ttirir acuiiainluiu'e
wuu wt-b iru.'uraa intriimiil, eiin-r l'i
" ur ''rgan I wnl ur my li.ai rnb aur to
S II i i ra .ma. and lot vcr iiano I tnr. a. U in
aelinst-i lb. Irln ittii i ourjaar, I w.tlcml i
tb'iii ub sio, an ior rar) oigak ai, tu lie a p.
swi who Ii aiu,.n t. io a aura saHlolent to iy
wHt'Lt-AL- rilltB.I will Imm.iti.i.ly .tup
IIU, IlLlmmnl - ... .. - . " . '
-rwii i, ih i i '"K y amount i
i m if .i" b'" miy l iiald m lu ca.h and
1 Will thpn .K. w .k. i.. . ra.. .
S!. ?I . '"",ni b maitir, sud will bt
S,-k5 il,.l,.,r"l, rvn. . 1 shun
ilrdT.rn,V.'T,Ulln)8 W04' ' ord'rerU,
"I. A.?d,,,.T, " VKU'
DANIEL P. hEATTr.Wtuhnflm. S ..-
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II "u. "4 m4, nil m
'IM 4 iMkM ZEfah, Cm fat SunlTS Site
Goods at tba Lowest Price-"
Cloth, Curtain Damaik,
Children's Shoes, Gents1 Boots and Shoes
lbnfiie to lontrnctora
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Orric or ViCK-PKES'PJr A
IK Ah il N GIR 1 UH'C'
LoV A 'W UfcLtUN
.S , W URLKA58, ib'j i'i, i87 ,
To Contracl'oa :
tiold tir.poal are io vital nrtl Ify-b
M rib lortlio vradiu- ul ib. (5) miles of
laitrnad eiieD.il, u Irom K.liu re, Kei.
tu. kv. i.p tlie st bsi k of the OfilOtUir
to a'polut ipj i e air . II inula. Tl i
wr ixteno, lor t.i ('.') milea through
i)er-d land-, and one mim ibrouirh 'tint er
already il. uru.i lor a w din of ( 0 ) on
buuilrel lee.. 1 be i nib u.kme'.l wnl av
e. axe ubn'.t (0) t in- f. ei in belnht, tb - ma
terial f rw.iieh will k ul) allied n tlniy
frm tue ea-t ri le, un t c n t.e iiatidlcd mj?
-.iiul'y wltb w g n-, ii ris. c aier r
hurrowr. i III 4 buu alid feel nl llil. m
baiiKuif ur, ol an ao average h'ltlif of (.)
Seve feet, wi lie irrnled for al least (3i
Hired t neka, and wn b e a top wi lihi.i
(Oi tony ire', tie wli In oi wtitcb Is
lb outfit ele-rr-' I. ml. l iits U n iieatrab'e
pi ceui w rk and we'l annliy Hie aitcu
t on ul an I eikiiiimit on by em Ira tms.
Thu woih i t,o ron.meMeed tie fi.rt
(Ul) ol AH :I, next, -nl Itu i-1 be c Uli.lelid
l.y uie 1-t t July fo lowni.-, M.iinbly e
11 Ui tea. iiay.ii.ie Q i "-li. will c tna.le i
tne work .i. gre-an., d tUu t,ul twenty
per,. Ill retailed lo li aU e COUl le'lou ul
! ntra I. A n ti ol tue line, and sccl
ri aiiona lor the oi k may brf -eeiv. d d -.irrd
tm tniHll no lamed at th rHi ot
ti cmp vy . njeo , Juo. c. MtS , Fib
uio e. lien urkv.
Ho h s iotild t e iMre-e I to , O. .fUnn,
Division Supu.luteu.leDt, Jacks-.n. TiE-
n sai e.
The ll's wiP tic fpene l aid contracts
tw.tr led "ti I ib.M.rcii aljiknir, lenn.
Ibe e.Dip ni r krve lue tlK't to it
V'Cl .ny or all biJa.
J AS. C. CURKK,
( V true eo- y.) Vice frenidwut.
ir raii.r liy Hooting; a o-ry tniali porium ul
juui , iriirt uriiv tu iny inleica' . I .lo But I
pert y u lo rai,va-a tor my rrlelmUnl Kraity'a
l'ur.oa S'id Ors-io. nnl-i a yon ,c Ui lo j liul Iha
et-rriee I rrquirv oi' Jon I'otb pl...ui aud
Jirnrtta' le. r ml n-rl lulara tr r. A-Jdmia
IiaMM, K. IIKAI 11 , Wub mrtun. N. J.
Permanently cured no hurobii? by om
month's usiue ot Dr. Goulard's Celebrat
ed Kit Powders. To continue suflerer
that theae powder will do all we :latm l"(
Lbem, wo w.li send ibem by mail, post
paid, a free trial box. As Ur. Uoulard it
tha only physician that has ever made tin,
di-ea-o a apodal study, and a to oui
knowledge thousands bare been perma
nently cured by the use of ttiexe powetiin,
we will gstrantee a permanent cure ir
every case, or reiund vou all money ex
pended. All stirrers should give tbe.i
Powders ao early trial, and be oonvlucm;
of their curative powers.
Piio, for large box, 13, or 4 box 101
ildornthy mail to any part ol United
StatesorCsna.ta on receipt of price, orb
express, C. O.L. Address,
m Fulton mriut. Br .oklyn, N. Y.
Ord'Ta for Coal bv thi oar-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To Urg'i conaumore and all
mauufactuiprs, we are prepared
to enpply any quantity, by the
month or year, at ui f jrm rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Orttrson whin noat foot of Suth strwt.t
oilliia o ItallUlay Urutbera, opposite St.
tgypima Ullls, Twentieth street.
Coal Dump foot of I hlrir-elgutb ttrtet, or
I'o u Otttos d rawer StiO
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
iVall Paper, Window Glass, Wis
dow Shades, &
always on hand, Um ovlebmtoit UlumuuU
Oornof Xlovonth fetrMt and Waani
AoionA OIL. '
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee.
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-ill Colors Sraij f;r th hsl,
Lard Oil, Whale OU
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tannex's Fish Oil
West Virginia Cils.
Thf Kigt t u n Can
Tno Ouiy Per eot Can ii
th World. M lia of Gl ts
nd Warranted rot to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every fam ly should have
OIL TANKS and
The best in Use. Patent Domo
and Measuring Force Pump
Manufactured by Wilson and
Evedcn. 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
'L-t week I honebt a'O e.entrarkaeeof Wanhme and done try wii-hlng incne r.
tbe uuai time at le- than bad the co.t ot Soap. My rln lies utr- wbl er. I did not
have to rub tbrm. and it dl I t.ot ihriok my wonlnrr, and for on.'e I wua enabled to (,'ei a
bot rlrneron Monday. So ladles by it, and you ill s-ve labor, time aiid u.ney. It I
perfectly safe to ue tt. M Its. A.
6 and 10 ocnt Packages. Bay WASnrNE AT BARCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retaif
Golden Lion Cologne-0' F.xnQiuD,utraby!anc9
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Uce-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 Artis s Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
Tho Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsapariila and Blood Purifier
HoImans'Ague Pads, Woods' Pilis,
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 P311&
Pare Imported .Bay Rum, Splendid Cauada Tur
Soap English and American Soaps Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extracts In origi
nal Bottles or In Broken Quanti
ties as wanted
Bujf Your Bmco
At Barclays' Drag SLoto.
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Prerr.ium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. S. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
U. 8. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas
rate the same with Insuranco
Companies. Used by Rail
road i Street Cars and Hotels.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
of Almanacs Free to AU
at lot price.