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W, r. Schccim. E'lilor and Publisher.
1eh!:wis state ceotie
Tba dfnoiracy of the several c untlti
of the Mate ol Illinois are r quetted to
tend dele ttet io t elite convention to be
kuld at 8prlngfl J I. Illinois. THURSDAY,
the 11TB DAY OF APIUL, 1873 . at 12
o'clock M., tor the purpose of nomlrallng
one undt date lor the r!Bce of Hate trtas-
srer. and one candidate for ibe ofllce of
etite luperlntenJfDt of puhho Instruction
ad to t tnmctMioh othir business a may
eome before It. The aevcral countiei ire
entliled to (ha following representation,
baned upon the voto lor giverument in
Vote for !tew.
url in 1HTC
AdBi ... mwiHiiwm'
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Bureau .,; .
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srrll ........... ....
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ia t'atfo...... ......
gar... ...... ...
fr-ftaffluini -. .,..........
FiJT t () . lttINlM4HIHMWM
Ford -... ...
Fulton 4, To"
Gallatin. ............ 1 t o
irea ...,... 8, 164
Hamilton ... 3,l'
Hendtrson...- .:.. t.OlO
lr.quoi ...... 2,813
J n ckon m 2 , ) f o
in lvie ......
Kankakra .... .
kite ii ul a .......
MciU 'try .....
4 77 i
J. I 4
More... 8 214
Kix k l.laud...,
ngmoa ... M.
8cbii)ltT ....... .
-1 QQA 't a.
Total - 275 &4 615
The committee uo&uliunuiily recomend to
tbe democraiy of ihe northern graoa" divi
sion anil second bprellute district, that
they bold tbolr convention, lor the pur
pore of no muting clerks of tbe aurreme
and appella'e courts, for 6a'd division and
dletrlot. at Joliet, on Thursday, April 18,
And for the central grtnd division and
bird appelate 4 btilet tLat II e delerate
appototed from eatd dlvltioo and district.
to the state convention, to meet In ooiiver-
Hon at Pprlui fiel t, on tbe day said atate
eoov niton U bfid. at 0 a. m., for tho pur
post ot nominating clerks ol tbe Hirprcine
and appellate court tor said division and
And for the southern grand division and
fourth appellate district, that tbey bold
tbeir convention at Uentra'la, Tburfduy,
May 1C, 1673, for tbe purpo.-e of notnln.
ling elerka ol the fU'preme and appellate
courts, for said division and dis'rl' I;
Tbe ratio ol rep es ntatlun in laid eon
tentloos to be tbe same as In tue state con
CYRUS H. McCOHMICK,
Tuos. SHiKLtr, Secretary.
C H. McCormlck, C I Dotleg.
J. B. Mann, W. K. Murphy,
A. 1. OOudar J, K. Y( Ourgeo.
1. R. E. Oodell. 11. .1. M. BUsh, .
3. Tboa E iJourtney, 12. 11. P t-buroey,
a. Tbouait suiney, ii. o a. oianorv,
4. Bicbard Uiakop,
H. John W. Smith,
15. W. Coebrano,
16. L. B Farama,
17. U. C. O'tke,
18 T . Bou oa,
19. B. Z. Laude
5. K. II. MarD,
. J. 8. Drake,
7. W. A Steele.
8. J. Uuff. ,
ft. W. T. Davidson,
10 Oeorga E'ltounda
. FUK CUUIK BUrHKMC COl'KT, a. O. D.
mraauiktrWdtoaannanoaK. 4. 1), wit
V4NK. 'f ahlo(toB County, as a wnil'ilaie
i...Uark of the Nuurvnw Court. 6 il'hMD Orand
lvitlon, lllinoU au'Jt'lto the dc.Uion ol tke
Dtmocnt e nnaiiaitio( "oainuuia, te be held
i tcouana, M-i WUi, ws. s v 7
won clkhk or the arrzuiTi cocrt-
fOUKlu mo l it, 1 1 ii.iinuiB.
. We ere auihorlatd to annooaoe W. O. La
CUOUK, of ESanbam County, m a candirs-e
foe Clerk Of lb AvfHM ourl, founh dUtrict,
Illinois, sul'Jeot t the droial'in of tue Deir.
-ratio coaventisa called te meet at le trails,
Kay Uth, 1B7H. 1 27 7
lit another place In this Ituso we pub
11th an article from the Monmouth, 1U
noli. Rtvlt. referring to Mr. John Q,
DaMHun ol rtibr cliy In connection with
the) appelate court clerkship, At tbe
JZMtcwiayt Mr. flarman wtt cleik tt
' the) Jaat constitutional 011 vent Ion, and
liMtersedvefprtl terms as clerk of the
legislature. nd alwsyi discharged bit
dutkt laitblully sod correctly, and all
tneo who know Mm recognize hit ability
la thU respect Iks Idea this he Is a good
Democrat, and haa twr faul'ercd to bit
(Wrotlon to hit party, and deterrci well
attiM pikrty't hands.
It stem to bo the general belief that
I lie bill to irp-l the resumption act will
be ibe tit xt flnnticlul nimure to be pro
posed. We do not bcllure Ibe bill cm
pats, but dlecueulon umy suggest tome
middle course which will be acceptable
alike to a majority ot both resumptlonlste
and antl-rttumptlonUU. Thcro is an
evident dUporlilon on the part ot one
rings of Hoani.lttl men In coiifres to con
cede something, and on the part ot tlio
other olasa to secure what it can without
Hiking everything In seeking too much.
Men thua governed can alwaya make
progress In sale legislation. Only ex
treiuUts seeking to do too much accom
The new silver dollar will be a imnd
some coin. It la described at follows 1
On one side a head oi Liberty, crowned
with a Phryglun cap, decorated wlih
wheat and cotton ; thirteen stars ; the
date ol coinage ; the legund "K Tlurl
bus Uuiuni." Uu the olber slue, sur
rounded by an olive wreath, an eagle
with outrpread wings, bearing la his tal
lnni a branch ot olive and a bunch of
arrows, the Inscription "United States ol
America," "One Dollar," aud "Ip God
we Trust." If our readers are oflered
stiou a coin as this about tbe 15th of tho
menth they can take it. It is a dollar,
and can he used to pay any debt, public
or private, whero the contract does not
expressly stipulate lor different payment.
I ho mints can coin 3,600,000 ot them
every month, and Secretary Sherman
fays they will be worked to their lull
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
YTabBiMi'toK, I. C, March 6, 1S78.
On Saturday laat General bherman con
eluded a long and careful argument tor
ay increase of the army, la tbe following
words : "Tho necessities if tho frontier
and to guard our public property will
require from 23,000 to 30,000 man, for at
tins moment there ltalmobt absolute cer
tainty of a .
with the tiioux. The Utes ol Western
Colorado are also likfly to (five ut trou
ble, as are also the Bannocks in Idaho.
t he Mexican border cal.a tor 6,000 men,
mid every time ve attempt to withdraw
troops from that quarter tor um) vUo
where disorders occur which compel U3
to send them back." The general, prob
THE BEST HATEMKKT
that can be made of the necessity for
troops. I reproduce his worda merely
10 call attention to-that portion relating
to the Mexican border troubles. Those
troubles could be ended la 21 hours if
our government would recognize tbe j
exintlug government la Mexico. Other
uatiojs besltute to recognize Diaz simply
because we hesitate Willi tho support
that recognition by us aud other com
merclal countries would give hlui be
would, bis friends claim, be able to eup
presn ut once any attempted raids from
Mexico into tbe United States to liberate
those 6.000 soldiers said to be on the
them hi readies to send into the Indian
country, and the danger of an Indian war
would dbanpeur at once. The argument
of General Uotvard only allows that our
diplomacy may bo so hud that a
may be necessary, it la time that the
senate aud bouse committees Investigat
ing Mexican affairs should make a rc
port, so tlmt Messrs. 11 ayes and Evarta
can Lave no further excuse lor delay.
The administration's first year, which
closed yesterday, has not beou a failure
in our foreign affairs only. While the
representatives 01 me people nave re-
monetized silver against the w3he3 of
Mr. Hayes. Mr. Hayes bae succeeded
thoroughly in "demonetizing"' what he
promised should be bis peculiar care-
civil service reform. The civil service
has, It la sale to eay, suffered more In
the yar just closed than in any precod.
MORE 1'EOSoNJL FHIKNtii
of the bead of the government, more
persons in whom tbe confidence of the
people bad never in any way been ex
pressed, have been appointed to otllcu
than ever before, tlllolent officers bavo
been removed right and left to make
place for active politicians, without even
tbe excuse that one party baa when u
makes changes for political reasons. We
learn from the course of this administra
tion that thosw who cry "Reform" most
loudly cannot alwayt bo trusted as re
There in a
OKEAT DUAL Of eCltfKtaB
that Mr. Cox insisted upon tho pbulica.
tlon In the Record of the remark with
which he greeted the veto mcfcsago that
It wat a "charge ot fraud by a fraud."
Whether Mr. Cox ought to bare made
the remark or not, he wat right !i In
Insisting that baying made It, It should
should be printed as a part ot tho reg
Ihe Pi,it ot thU morning publiehet
me toilowlng lut of senator who, it
WEKi hOT IKTOXICilEO
during the all night stwulou of the seuute
on the silver bill :
BurnMde, of U. I.; Cameron, ot Ponn.;
Jones, ofov.; Booth, of Cal.; Conover,
ot Fla.; Eaton, of Conn.: Conklln;, ot
X. Y.; Ingalls, of Kansas; Paddock, of
Neb.; Mitchell, of Oregon Ogleeby, ot
Ills.; .Howe, ot Wis.; Chaffee ot Cul.;
and Bruce, of Miss.
Thlt Is in Ingeniously prepared Jum
ble of tenatort, tome ot whom it It gen
rally tuppeted were entirely sober, tome
"halt ieat over," and some Incapable of
coherent thought or unaided physical
exertion. ... Nemo,
Hatred cf thi Chinese.
iBurltlgh't Bun francisco Letter to Ibe BuHua
A most bard working, luoffenslye set
ot men can not be found oti the coast
than tho Chinamen. Much of the com
plaint against tbem li properly clirge
able to tho non-exccutlon of the' lawi.
That much ot Chinatown it a foul bolt
on the talr fame of this country can't be
questioned. The dense population; the
uncleanllness of the Chinese quartert ;
the crowded condition ot many ot the
apartments; the fact that plague and
pestilence is often raging In thlt quarter;
the lact that poitions ot Ihe town are
positively unsafe; that milet ot thieving-,
robbing men Infest tnit qnarter; and the
basenest of women who prowl around at
night must be admitted. For all this
the government of the city Is alono to
blame. The execution of the sanitary
laws, the putting In force ot tho moral
statutes ot the city would in a week put
to an end the objectionablo features of
Chinatown. The city Is not oongcu to
have a nuisance in Ut midst unless It
wishes to. A boue-boiling iiuuiance
. ... . f .. !.
or a g'UC luciurj in wu vii;
Hall or in tho Pulace Vurd would bo
abated In an hour. Treaty or no treaty,
Chinatown could be leveled In a day
the Chinese be compelled to observe the
sanitary laws. Tbey could be scattered
in a week and be obliged to dwell In
small communities in the hlllt that sur
round the city, and be punished It tbey
were not deeent. The public hatred of
the Chineo crops out everywhere. The
hoodlums are their speclil too. This class
were represented in earlier timet under
the appellation ol "bounds." I hey are an
organized band of mischiefniakers, com
posed of the vagabonds ot all nations.
Theysro between seventeen snu nine
teen years ot ge. They rendezvous on
the corner of certain street. Their
principal amusement is attacking tin
Drotected and quiet Chinese. As an II
lustration : I saw yeiterdsy an under
sized Chinese boy Btaggerlng under 1
baeki t of clothes that be wat taking
home to tbe owner. For some fancied in
suit n hoodlum gave cbaso. One houdred
men locked on. It wat clear that the boy
was to be overhauled. The Chinaman
drepped his basket, drew a flexible rapier
out of hit bosom, and made a stand. AH
theeo men go armed, and often shoot
wild. The hoodlum fell back. Stagger
ing a moment he renewed the chase
Rough men, lilly In number, Joined s
the hue and cry. The Chinese dropped
bit basket, darted into a wasHboue
while the crowd gathered up the clothes
distributed thorn among the company
and went their way. The Chineee have
never been known to betray one of tbelr
number in court or out ol It, but will dfv
fend the Chinese with their lilt.
The Appellate) Court Clerk.
From ihe Moomotttb lUview.
We are glad to ace it stated that John
Q. Ilurmau, Esq., of Cairo, 111., 11
Candidate tor clerk of the appellate court
of the 4ib district, BUbJect to the decision
of tbe Democratic convention. Mr
Uarman was the chief clerk of the con
slltutlouai convention, and was a num
berot times ehctcd clerK ottho legUhv
ture. He has had large experience, and
as a quick, active and correct clerk, be Is
tbe best qualified for the position of any
one mentioned in tho south part of the
state. Tho Democracy will do a good
LbJJPg.. for.tl!emrelv.es and the. 4th .dig
umiuu. uuioiuu uis tuner uuauuuv
tioiiH, he Is one ot the most genial pen
tlemen you will meet in a year's travel
from ins known topuiaritv "down
Egypt," the announcement of lib name
ih equul to a nomination.
Death of a Great Man.
N. O. Times,
Tnfeday last, Father l'ietro Augelo
Secchl, 8, J., died in Kouie, aged CO
years. In bim the .society ot Jo.-us loses
one of its greatest men, and the nine
teenth century parts with one of the most
illustrious astronomers and roathemati
uiaus it has known. Father Secchl was
born In lltggio. in Emilia. Italy, in 1318.
He became a Jesuit in iS'i'S, was ordered
to America, and grariuaicd at George
towu In theology in 1849. UU discoveries
in spectroscopy aud solar physics hav
placed hlra luminously belore the world.
His work on solar protrubcranoes, "Novo
rioerche sulli- protuberanzo solari," pub
nsnt'd in uo. it universally recognlw
as the most ublo treatiso yet given. He
leavei temn! hlra eleven works, which
are a more luminous monument to his
memory than at.y sculpture they may
rear over bun In the porphyry aisles of
What the Jetties are Doing.
t rom the K. O. Uemxr&i. Icb. 34.
At the present time there are in the
port of Atjw Orleans 21 steamships, 40
amps, a Durks, I origa and lo schooners,
making an aggregate ot 12 J vessels,
aga uat 92 last year at this date.
The British steamer TeXaB has cleared
lor Liverpool with 211,11)9 bushels of corn
lu bulk, and the ateame r lthurlel, for the
same port, with 35 000 bushels cf wheat
in bulk, Thua, It will be seen, our ex.
port trade tn grain goes bravely on.
The exports ot corn from New Orleans
thu, tar toot up 3.757,887 bu-hels, while
list year at this date tbey amounted to
Tho roeeipts of coffee at this port from
Elo de Janeiro to date have been 160.035
bags, while last vear for tbe same period
they were 101, 133 bags a most gratify,
What New Orleans Is Doing
The following t Ironi the Nttw Orleans
Picayune Ot Feb. 23:
"Our grain trade is steadily Increasing,
with a prospect of continued progress,
fairly Indicated by the article we gave in
vestrday's Picavun$, from tbe Chicago
ItaUvny Jtevitvi, allowing the recent and
the prospective gain of ttt. Louis in the
grain trade, which, with cheap ocean
irelghts and a reduction in river freight,
must ultimately swell the volume of our
receipts and shipments. Under these
circumstanoea we are gratified to learn
that Mr. U. Del liondio, a western pro
duce receiver of well known .enterprise
and energy, has applied to tho city conn,
cil for the privilege ot building a grain
elevator of large capacity on the levee at
the head of Erato street. This additional
elevator baa already become necessary
frutn detention suffered by the deficiency
of our pr.'Kcnt capacity, and In all prob
ability Hi" will be still more required
iq tbe tutu season."
Rewabd. VTe will pay a reaurd of
one thousand dollars lor any oartlilcato
published by us regarding Dr. Bull's
cough syrup, not found genuine. Voge
ler, Meyer A Co., Baltimore. Oct. 1, 1S77.
Ths "Baby't Boat Friend" is Dr. Bull's
baby syrup, since It maintains the baby's
health by keeping It ireo Irom colic,
diarrbmi, ofc, PrJee 3s cent,
OUfy'MOTTO: " Thtr Best
Comer 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
W Goods, Boots: and Shoos,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Cofiees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams, specialty in Butter,
j Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
A full line of Carpcb, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladies' and Misses' Boots,
This stock li entiroly New and Fresh.
Ojr Sic U embmoM everything needed in
Goods. Please give us a call, cxamlno
-Ll. .!... !
Wants to Quit.
Is". O.. Times.
Tho Western Union Telegraph com
panr, it is said, has decided upon making
a vigorous effort te free Itself from its
contract with the Atlantic and Pacific
Telegraph compaiy, which Is proving a
great detriment and burden. Since the
contract was made 400 to 500 offices of
the Atlantic and Pacific company have
been closed, but nevertheless continues
to draw its one eighth 0 the pooled
earnings ot the tvro lines.
The Problem Solved.
St. Louts Republican. .
There Is at last a fair chance of a so
lutiott of the great problem ot cheap
transportation, and Captain tads is gen
orally bulled throughout the whole Mis.
kissippl Valley as tbe prophet of tbe new
dispensation, From St. Paul to New
Orleans aud Omaha to Pittsburg tho
farreaching lilluenco of tbe Jetties is
felt and recogD Zdd. 1 An open river to
tide water but turned tbe current of
commerce in i s historic channel across
tho parallels ot latitude, and the rail
rouds throughout the great grain states
of the nnrthwent are re-arranging their
connectionii to meet the demands of the
new era. in tho future the railroads of
the west will not exhaust their tmostanco
in carry ng tho produce of the west
away from tho river at ruinous rates, hut
win grow rich and prosperous in uaunug
to the river.
Estate ot Margaret Cameron, Deceased.
The undersigned, havloe been appointed
Admiu'iftrelor ol the Estate of fclurgaret
Cameron, late of tbe County or Aioxai tier
and -Hate of Illinois, deceased, hereby give
notice thi't be will appear before tho
County Court of Alexander County, at tbe
Court House In Cairo, at the April Term,
on the Hi a Monday in April next, at which
time all persons havlrg claim s
ed. All person- indebted to etld Knate
are reijuested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated this SKith darofFeb., A. V.Kl.
WM. UOLD'KN, Administrator.
(lva Away strai.ic, myterioua and mon
extreordlnary book, entitled ''THIS HOOK or
WoNHEK." ConUininr;, with numcrout pic
tmlal illustrationi. the nyitcrics of the heaven, .ud
t'rlh, Natural .and 8upernamral,Odditie4. Whitii
iBll, Htrnnge Curlositiea. Wltohca and Wluhcraft,
Iireatnt, Hcpuntitiins. Absurdttics, Fabulous, Kn
clianttnent etc. In order that all 01 jy sec th ii curl -out
book, the publisher hare resolved to give it
away to all that dtttre to see it, Adilreis, by postal
card, 1". tJI.t AftOS A CO., "V. Vailiinlon .Sheet
Be '.tor, Main.
v tr salary by devoting a very small ix
in... I.Iuiim lima f.. im. inlnn.., I A
J do not x
ncot V"U to canvnw for my celubrated Bualty'a
1'ianoB and OrKacs linla von see fit to ; but tbe
screim I require of ynu is both t'lmcum tad
DANIEL V. istAiTY, WaMrnfcton. N.J.
Permanently curod no humbug by one
month's uaaie of lr. Goulard's C'elfhrat
ed Fit I'owdera. To couviuee sufferers
that tbexe powders will do all we claim for
them, we will send them by mall, post
paid, a free trial box. As Dr. Goulard Is
the only physician that has ever made this
diaeafe a special study, and as to our
knowledge thousands have been perma
nently cured by the use of these powdm,
we will gaarantce a permanent cure ir
every case, or retund you all money ex
pended. All mitftroro should give these
Powders an early trial, and be convinced
of tbelr curative powers.-
File, for large box, S3, or 4 boxs tor
10, sent by mall to any part of UniteJ
States or Canada on receipt of price, 0 r
express, C. O. D. Addre-",
flliO Fulton Htrnet. Bnoklyn. N, Y.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
1 in TO"
TUB trains by this road connect . t Ht. I.outs
n -aa St. I,oms, with all f tint Hum to
tbe NwrlU, Kat autl West.
TIM15 6CUf)uiltt .
TUmoKb txi.ix'is leaves Cairo m s.m
u u t . Arrives E. St. Louts p. tu
Murunjstttro Aocoiumodatlua Leaves
Cairo U N) D rn
Through E,.t.,s Leseea X. Ht. L uis sVwa.ra
.. 1 . t " . lves at Cairo..... 4;M p.in
Muriikvebera Accommodation Ltavcs
Murvbyikoro 3.111 4ru
, FMEMBER Tl.e Cairo and St. Uul
W.'U- la the O.SLV ALL HAIL ROUTE m-
atro aBQ gt. J.OUU uiMleron man
agement! thfrrfore there are no delays at way
Stations awaiting oonaeptlODS from Olber line.
Psseacrs Goltn; rWtb, Northeast end Weal
ahouid not boy to.ir ticku uaUl ther have'ex
t Vif"'raBa routes '
' C J?U.E Li U. X. WUITLOCK
r Right Agt. Pasaenier ARent.
L. M. J0UN9ON. Ciea'l M.nawi .
A MAN OF A THOUSAND.
ooNiuMmvi euttio.-a ia
m m wiui; nuiMj ma Vvotuiai
ti.M.d nam tlun.uu.rttaa. all mm.
Ssilna sua. Dr. H. J..N aaa hmiui.
1. 1, u anioKiuir ule $ trperatKa r latlu
kialkr4 kl,nJkll4, a4 i(Itm laiii
a ef latlu m
twip. in is rttpl el iauai i is pay ar
paii auras sliH ,u. tame .1 thai
ana eltl araik a eia . tVrM r nrv aaara.
akldrasa. I'linfMI a (a
1,M ftaetat ., Plal,, bstsg tut vayer.
Goods at tho Lowest Price-"
Dress Goods, Silks.
Cloths, Curtain Dumasks,
Children's Shoos, Gouty Boots and Shoes
Special attention given to Country trado.
tho City or Country, In Groceries or Dry
our goods and urlees belore you buy.
Aotte to ContrnrlorA
OrriCB OP VlCE-PliESIDKST A !iBN
kral Manager Chicago, br.
I una New Om KANH It. It.
' aw ORi.EAKS. I et)'y ih. j.
To Contractors :
Ua.u t,,n..l. b,a invltnrl until lllth
gD.IDU I'. UIVP.ID w.w . . . ...... -
Min'li for the vradlnz ot the ('!) miles of
railroad extending iroin r iimurn, o-
tucky, up tbe east hank of tbe Ohio river
to a point orpo-ite cair", Illinois, mis
work extends for two ('.') miles through
rlearml lands, and one mile through timber
aireaay cieareu ior it witua ui u"") vur
hundred leet. Tbe embankment will av
erage about (ft) cine feet in heluht, tbe ma
terial I r wnien Will ob uumineu .uumiy
fpnti, thA efiut uiile end pin l.e hnndlid hui
ewkafully with wagons, carta, scrapers or
barrows. Throe thousand fuel of this m-
baukmenUof an an average neliibt 01 ( , I
eeveu feet, will be graded for at least (H
tlirse trmka. and will h'.vo a top Width of
(4fti fortv leet. the whole Ol Wblett l
tlirouL'li clears- land. 1 nia is a ausirame
piece of work and wen wormy too otieu
in. nt ..i.t .tunilnil Inn liv nnntraAtora.
The work will be commenced the first
t.M ,,r Atnl nnirr enii must, he comolbtbd
by the 1st of July fo.lowinii. Monthly es
timates, payable in cash, will re made aa
tbe work progresses, and the usual twenty
per oent. retained to insure comiilutlon ol
contract. A prollle of tbe line, and peci
8 -atioiie lor the work may be seen, and de
bi.Ari intnrmutlnn Ahtninp.d et the ofllee of
tbe company's agont, Jno. 8. MclC.y, Fll
Bids should he addressed to .1. 0. Mann,
Division Bupenuicnaeui, tiacasuu, icu
The bids will be opened ami contracts
awaraeu ou iita juarcu, at uacawo, ituu,
The company reserves the light to re
ject any or all bids.
JAS. C. CLlKICK,
(A true copy.) Vice l'resldoot.
pnrr t Aiy Person who will iukV
1 tT C-aC. 1 itm fnrarnril me a list (it tbe
name of reliable pvmous of their acuuaintenr
who wish to procure an Instrument, t itlier IV
ano or orftao, I will uae my bel endeavors to
sell I' em one, and for every piano 1 euccwd in
selling to ttielr lnt wiintn one year, 1 wmcreun
tliein Willi iu, ana tor every nrgnin j, 10 w ui
nllni im naviiimt ol either a ulano or oraan
.ml vlivn it aimiiii.t, to a sum Hutllcirnt to liny
... I...... ...... . ' luiiiieuuitt'ly eulp
the In? trimirr.:. lree, or H:r any amount 13
credit"! the bsluncc may be paid nr in caah ami
I will then ship them ths instrument, 'Itiry
nreil not be known in the mutter, and will be
doing their frieodn a r.'ul bcrvice, w I ehail
limke KI'KCIAI. OFfMtS to them, aellicir a
hi. ri'.UlOK IJ.SI lll'.Mh.M' lor irom ONK
II Al t' to XWO-TIUUDS wb:.t is ordiianly
aked by agents. I'lcane tend me a list at enre.
aad after you have made inquiry, yon eau aild
to it. Address,
DANIEL F. BE ATT V, Waihiwlon, S .
Can Be Beautiful
ly Dyed or Re
paired at a Trif
C. O. D.
( HAS. KlIfXLVY,
Ao. SO, Eighth .Street.
Orders for Goal by the oar-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
(HlloeoB whan ooat. toot of Sutfc street.;
Olllos of iiaUldav Brothers, opposite St.
KkTplian Mills, Twentieth street.
l oul Dump, foot of Thirty-eighth street, or
1'oH O 111 oe drawer 300
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils. Varnishes
iVall Taper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o,
' Always oa band, the celebrated Uluminatt
Oorner Eleventh Street and Waahl
ton is veuo
j vj UUVV
SB Si Si
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Lovec
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Stroot
White Lead White Zinc,
Paints-ill Colors Ready for
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil, .
West Virginia Oils.
ThoElgia Kerosane Can
The Only Perfeot Can la
the World. Made of OUbb
and Warranted not to
Leak. Corrode or Break.
Every family should havo
OIL TANKS and
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
at ...--j wiisuii and
Eveden. We sell at their prices
Agency and Depot for Ayers and Jakes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil. Egyptian
Malaria King, andDeOinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Latwpck Ibout'ntatOcentpacktccof Wasbmeand don my waging In 01.0 LJi
tho UHual tlmo at le-8 than ball the co't ol Hp. My cloiLi . were wbl'tr. 1 did not
have to rub tbcm, anil it did not tbritik my woolon-t, and for onoo I was enabled to 1 1.
hot dinner 00 Monday, tin ladies try it, and you will save labor, time and money. 1 i
perfectly Hufe to tiho It. 31 US. A.
5 and 10 oent Packages. Buy WASIIITfE AT BARCLAY'S
HDr. Wooil' Fever Fills
Wholesale and Retail at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Golden Lion Cologne-01 g&ESg?
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use--Very Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Sty les
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoo Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists1 Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Freo to AD
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 Tonio,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Clotb
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twino
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove PolL&
Pure imported Hay Ituiu, Hplcudid Canada Tar
Soap English and Amerlrun HoapH Flue Im
ported Handkerchief Extracts in origi
nal Bottles or iu Broken Quant 1
ties m wanted at low price.
Bey Your Drugs
At Barclays' Dru0 Store.
Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Window Glass, Putty
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Tanner's Fish Oil
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by tho U. S. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT. Highly Commended by the
U, S, STEAMBOAT INSPECTOR
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaino and Gas
rate the same with Insuranco
Companies. Used by Rail
rads Streo t Cars and Hotel.
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