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W.f. Scbcckim, Editor end Publisher.
warn m inn
Tb democracy of th emal cuntles
f ths atU at .Illinois are requested to
send delegates to a Stat cnventton to be
held at fiprlocflil I, Illinois, THURSDAY,
the. UTU DAT OF APBtX, U78 . t 19
'clock for ths purpoM of nominating
m candidate for toe offloe of iUU tress
cm, and on eandldste for the oiSoa or
ttata superintendent "of publlo Instruction
and to traniaot iUob other amine a may
eoma before it Tba several eountiei ara
Btltled to tba following representation,
baaed apoa tba rota tor gjyernment In
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Tne committee unanimously reoomeod to
the democracy of the northern grand divi
sion and second appellate dlstrlo, that
tnty hold their eonve ntion, for the pur
poae of nominating clerics of the surpreme
and appellate courts, for said division and
dlatrlot, at Jollet, en Thursday, April IS,
And for tbe central grtnd division and
hird sppellste Clttilct. that Mt delegate
appointed from said division sad dUtrlot,
' to the state convention, to meet in conven
tion at Sptloyfield, on tbe day said state
' convention li hold, at 10 a. m for tbe pur
; pose of Bonlnstlog clerks of tba surpreme
" and appellate courts for said dlvUlon and
,. district; '
' 'And for tbe southern grand dlniioa and
fourth appellate district, that they hold
tbair convention at Centralis, Thursday,
May 16, 1878, for tbe purpose of nomina
ting clerks of the surpreme end appellate
courts, for said division and district;
The ratio of repiesentatlon In (aid cod.
TentloM to be the asms as in tbe state eon.
CIRCS 0. MCC0RJUCK,
Txos. SaatXT, Bsoretary.
' C H. HcCormlck, C. D. Bnlies,
J. B. Mana, W. K. Murphy,
' .P.tioodard, B.r. Burgen.
, "l.,j:.6edell. ILJ.M.Bufb,
1 Thee 1 Courtney, 11 H. P t-humay,
t. Thomas Bhlrlay, IS. J. Maliorv,
A, JUohard Blskop, 14. John W. Smith,
I. F. B. Marab, 1. W. Cochrane,
.J. I. Drake, la. L. B Paraont,
. T. W. A Sualo. IT. H.C. Oeike,
B. J. Puff. 18. T. K. Bomon.
10. Oeerga gdjnuads.
W. w. l. vaTiuinn, m. ft. i,anaes.
'A V JfOCB CF.H ERTB).
- - tO CLEBX SUrKINB COURT, ft. . D,
waateeaibaHiadtaaBaoaaotlL a. 1). WiL
i-ava,w nwiRWMNiiT! aa a canfl'Oate
fiarUSCTk of tbe Sapreaa Court Snntaarn Grand
Ditrlatoa, liliaoU. aui'Jtct to Ua datUlon o( the
Daiemtlo comimtint mnmlttee, o be held
I tJenwii'a, aaaf law, W. J 17 71
toi era k or rat irrattAVR corxT
1 ,'- fODBTB PISTIOr, 1LLIMOIB.
' 4 Wa 'ere autfcortM le ennoaaoa W. C La
DROME, af EAaibam County, aa a eeadlaale
fwetarkaf tba apllat Court, fourth dltlrlot,
, ftllaela, tabjeet aa tba daetaloa eT Ike Dtne-
a ee eaawauaaa oauatt nMat at iA ttaiia,
. CAtaYf, Wbtte county, bad six thou
' tmS dollar Are on Wednesday morning.
!.,. .,. . .
' Tsi lfttft Ire ftt Hot Bprlogs deatroyed
: eMl one bond red and ilty tmUdlngt,
; nad t (300,000. . The total amount of
tatrftnee wu leas than WSXQO.
y - tmr li a i til Base
' - la " wftWoomB-BuctAnAB Distillery
r- srfaV.'tBT i-ouUrllle, tee targest and
wi.iiii wwii, M lin aMW'J Hi
"fi&UexrT, stupendad WMMdif.
, Pftftd ftSaaaXl tLftkaVm
Tii penitentiary, it Jollet. contained
oa the tint day ol March 1838 oonvtots.
Of these 1,600 were males, and J3 1 raele
What sort of a "Union" man Hsyes
wai ten year ago tuay be inferred from
the following, taken from hit message a
governor ot Ohio :
"In my Judgment, Ohio will never
consent that the whlttii ot the south, a
large majority of whom were lately In
rebellion, shall exercise in the govern
menl ot the nation a rauoo political
power, roan tor man, aa tba same num
tcr of white citliona ot Ohio."
Toi following is the monthly state
ment for February, of the reoeipts tad
disbursements of thf state treasury :
Rrvanae Fu4. 4,197 M
l.T Jit SO
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Tbc following it from tba Chicago
Journal, a paper which did what It could
to dt teat the silver bill:
'Com plaints reach Washington from
bankers and merchants ot a scarcity ot
one and two dollar bins, wnen me now
allver dollar coins shall ba sent out, they
will snnnlv this want. 'J'hla will bo one
good purpose served by tbe silver dollar.
If all tbe paper currency ot small de
nominations could ba withdrawn from
circulation and replaced by the new
sllvtr dollar, it would be a good thing,
fnrthan.owlnffto the one dollar necessi
ties of traffic tbe silver dollar would
tunnlv an actual demand and bold its
own with gold and greenbacks, aa do
the present subsidiary coins provided
the a?cresrate amount thus Issued should
not exceed the actual wants ot trade. In
this way the country could Tery readily
take into Its circulation at least $100,000,-
000 of tbe new silver dollars without
, ExSecmtsbt of the navy, George M.
Bobeson, Las had, In his time, some un
pleasant experience of thu effect of con
stoutly repeating his rame, la the press
with a prefix which was a reflection upoa
his honesty. "Sccor" Robeson was
name which ituck to tlm like a bur, and
Secor was tho name of a navy contractor
with whom Robeson is supposed to have
bad corrupt dealings. The boston Etrald
says of this matter: :
"it was for favors extended toSeoors
by Kobeson that the New Yorx Sun
tasiented upon tbe corrupt naval socr
tary the name of "Secor Kobeson," which
it always used when referring to hitn.
This title was used bythe&xfiQ treelv
aud so lone that at last thousands of
people, who had no ill-will toward tbe
secretary, came to believe It was his right
name. This erroneous belief was the
constant and peoullar annoyance to
Rooeson daring the last years be was in
office. On one occasion, when he stopped
at trie wontinenua uotei, lie received
bill from the otfiue which read :
'Don. Socor Robesoi .
To tbe Continental Hotel, Dr., eto."
The unfortunate olerk who made out
tbe bill, Innocently tblnkin? that this
was his full name, was obliged to give
an explanation in writing, and nearly
lost his place for presenting a document
which tbe recipient said waa "obviously
not far me." On other occasions he re
ceived bills from shopkeepers and other
persons addressed fa tbe same manner.
Robeson Is not thick-skinned anoua-h to
stand this sort ol things with equanlm
uy. tew men are.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
Washisqion, D. C, March 7, 1878.
Thu worst oteniy of Mr. Hayes might
almost be satisfied with the disappoint
ments wblub he has bad la , the year Just
olosed. .First and greatest tbe
was a child which did not rite to the
activity ot a still birth. Matthews, made
senator by undignified Intrigue, gave no
strength to his Inventor, and goes out ot
office by the unanimous wish of the peo
ple of Ohio, backed by the warm assent
ot citizens generally. Garfield, who wu
to be speaker of tbe bouse, also by presi
dential iutrigue, was miserably defeated
for that position, and can be returned
to congress only by
ln the people ot bis district It Is fair to
ruppose that Hayes, if be really ever had
a conviction of any kind, believed that
the civil service of the country ought to
be reformed, and hoped to reform It, yet
by bis own acts It ha became demoraliz
ed to an extent that would make Grant
shudder, it Is to use a common phrase
"demonetized" and nothing but an act of
congress can restore It to what It was a
year ago. Tbe only passiblllty ot mis
chief that tbe administration has e?caped
bis been in eur affairs with Mexico, and
I do cot believe that Hayes or blsseore.
tary of state should receive credit for
keeping us out 01 a war with that dis.
traoted country. . 1 think that but for tbe
eflorts made by tbe press before and at
ftnd after tbe meeting ot congress In Ooto
ber, tbe administration would have had
to answer tor that
' , ctowrwo tsurmx
ot all infamies an nnjust wsr against
weaker sister republic.
Upon tbe wholo if we omit the removal
of troops trom the south, wblch every
dsy shows more and more clearly to
have been a condition precedent to bis
Inauguration, we find tbat Mr. Hayes Is
entitled to little credit for services in the
offlce be bolds. Timo al6no can tell
whether this comes from tbe weakness
of the man, the peculiar condition of
our politics at this time, or trom tbe fact
that goods Improperly acquired never
bring prosperity to the holders. There
Is a groat deal ot amusement tound is
the tact that certain senators wero tipsy
on tbe night the) stiver Mil passed. It
was ftn ftll night session. The Port ot
yesterday published what it called Its
ustot senators who
Will HOT TXX YDmion Lianon."
Tbe tun of this list le found in the wet
that U pate close Itogethu the Beast of
ftesfttori who never drink at all and of
senators who axe aever sober. Itli ub
derftded tba; a correct list of tba uebri
aud ones would sot take in toy who
eome urn mt ot the renetscot nvtr or
fU attestfoi ot couffeu wu alid
last fall, lo this correspondence, to in?
fact that government was occupying
many private buildings here at en enor
mous annual expenee, and that most ot
tbe buildings were mere flretraps, invalu
able records stored within tnem oeing
more exposed to destruction than ft busl
ness man would allow bis property to be.
An Investigation of the subject fatfobe
v.n1 under a resolution yesterday intro
duced in tbe house, There can be bat
one result. Favoritism and
FBAUD Will B 70CKD,
it the Investigation is thorough, in con
nwtion with the rentlnir ot nearly every
building. If a man has an unsalable and
and unrentable ehanty, be can generally
mftVa tho government ft tenant it be wui
nav some mlddlo man a per centsge.
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Tne lSU pension oui passeu ma bbum
yesterday, having previously passed the
aenate. It gives $8 per month to all
those who seif d 14 days or were engag
ed In a battle, during tbe war ot 1813, in
stead ot 60 days as heretofore, and to
widows of all those who have died. ' It
restores to tbe pension rolls thoso who
were dropped in laol b7 reason oiata
loyalty. In every section ot me couu
try there are persons wno win
RECSIVX BESBriTS ,.
trom this act. QUmore Co., ot asm
in,, n. c. will turnUa blanke lor
any deslrlnjr to apply.
Th Moffett Dunoh. which a eongreS'
slonal committee Is lurestlgatlng with ft
view to its use la this district. Is the
simplest ftnd. least .objectionable ux
Mtherer ever known. By Its means ux
navinsr becomes au easy ana jojuue
thin. Every time that a cltizon spends
fifteen oentt upon his own seiusn appe
tite, he contributes two and ft halt cents
to relieve property from Its burdens.
The worst part ot ft man is taxed tor tne
general good, aud It la done in suon
way the money appearing, lor me mo
ment, to be drawn trom the baikeeper
anil not from the real loser that the
more selfish a man is the more he enjoyi
bis taxpaying. : Except In ilaine-and
other states where there are prohibitory
lawa and where, ot course, no llquor.ls
sold, we may now begin to reduce pub
iin indebtedness. All that is needed is
a Moffett puueb. There will be com'
mittee report lu favor of its adoption in
this district .HILTON.
THEFTS 117 TEE TREASURY.
National Tit1:i and Lad? Clerks
Made to Make Up fur '
Tbe forced resignation of Mr, South'
wick Gutbrie, cashier of the treasury
department, has given rise to a great
deal of talk. 5o tsr, the 'treasury de
partment has not given out tbe reasons
wby Mr, Guthrie was asked to resign
and.ln tbe absence of official Information
rumor baa been very busy. . A couple ot
years ago Mr. Guthrie was charged with
being too familiar with certain members
of tbe district ring, and that It wag
shown that he received S500 for lervlees
performed tor tbe district In fixing up
some kind of a financial exhibit, the
work on which was done by clerks under
him, and during offlce hours. Some per
sons charge that the lajtpicksge missed
trom the treasury ($1,800) bad something
to do with his being asked to step down
and our. Just prior to that another pack
age containing $2,000, was nilAsed. The
fact tbat it bad been stole i was kept from
tbe public until a lew weeks since, wben it
leaked out in tome way. Almost instant
ly, ex-Treasurer John C. Xcw, now In
tbe banking business in Indianapolis,
Ind., denied all knowledge of the loss.
In this connection, Mrs. Geu. Roberts,
tbe lady who founded the fenny Luncb
Home, in this city, wblch is now doing
so much good, and who is qualified to
speak on such matters, furnishes the fol
lowing: "The real facts In the case are that tbc
package was given to lis nephew to
carry across tbe hall from one room to
another. The package was never deliv
ered across the hall, and Mr, New made
the lady clerks pay $17.50 a piece to make
it up. The only femalo clerk who was
not made to pay It was a niece ot his.
Mr. New has said be paid tbat
money out ot his own pocket,
I say be did not. Of course It he
did he can prove it, but I am perfectly
confident I can prove to the contrary.
I don't care personally about the matter,
only 1 don't like to see a man In a hlb
official position mske out ot women,
with families to support, such a sum,
that ought to come trom his own pocket.
He oame on bare, end, In tbe face of
god, honest opposition, forced tbe secre
tary of the treasury, Sir. Brlstow, to
make Mr. Gutbrie cashier, because tbe
said Guthrie toted as laundress and tried
to wash tbe tolled linen of a man who
gained hit position because he loaned O.
F, Morton (who Is now dead, ' so we
won't ssy anything about hlml tlO.000.
in view ot which Mr. Morton made him
treasurer, which . position he wotully
aouseo. uutiirio got an order Issued
tbat the national banks should be fined
if tbe moucy sent was not, lu the pauk
ages containing It, placed In Just such a
manner. It Is a debatable fact whether
sucli tn order was right or legal,
but it realized within a short time $1,800.
AU that, I uy, can be proved, , Thlt
tumbas not been accounted tor. It is
known tbat It was In tbe treasury, and
but traced to Gutbrie. Borne lay It was
used to pay the $3,000 stolon. It so, what
wu done with the money taken from the
women? Mr. Vew did not pay ' the
money titkon by hu nephew out of bis
pocket. : Tbat is what lay. ' New, u he
eft prove mSerenUy let bids do lu".
The lady darks of tat MdAmptlou flU
Tlsioairf tbetrtry Csrtment have
oeea required to ftUk tip, tovecal lumt
thai Bare beeaialBiad fm the bdwtf j
U i da by tnrlottahina A W tiJi
Bp. ,4su;. aiew maooup
BVUSBf BaCBftJeft iB .tbtt mar-, sddlbf
cm ivdoctt to asoiner.
OUA' M0TT0ar" Tha Bost
1 Cirner Sth Street and Commercial Ave.
K-LCH2 3D CD JE IHJI1 3E3 '9
pry Qtii&s, Boots and Shoes,
CTotljing, Hats -and- Caps, Ooflcea, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter, '
Cheese and Flour. -
Prints, JDomestios, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels: Tickings, Dress Goods, Silks.
A fall line of Carptts, Mattings, Floor Oil
Lsdies' and Misses' lioota,
This stock Is entirely Kew and Fresh. Speclnl attention given to Country trade
jUar Sto k embraces everything needed in tne City or Country, In Groceries or Dry
Goods. Flense give us a call, examine our goods and prices before you buy.
- " . . Ckto Journal. , '.
Chicago elevators, as per official re
turns, uontain 1,126,011 bushel of wheat;
3M.061 bushels f corn ; 211,674 bushels
ot oats; 168,203 ubek of rye, and 6S4,
955 bushels ot btrley, making a grand
total or 2.774.909busbe)s. against 8.0223
605 bushels One veek ago, mid I.SISSO,
Duneis at, tnis prioa ia-t year.
Vessels In tbelisrbor oontaln 258,741
bushels ofwheat,S8l,837 bushels of corn
and 155,042 biwlrls ol oats.
Milwsukee wrehouses contain C93.
974 bushels of theat ; 4,153 bushels of
oorn ; zs.sua ftishcis or oau ; 119,293
bushels ot rye, md 468,501 bushels of
New York atn Brooklyn warehouses
are stored with: Wheat, 1,538,000 butbels
oorn, 414,000 tushels; oats, 1,189.000
bushels: rye, 120000 bushels; barley, 663,.
000 bufbels. ancmalt, 332.000 bunhrls.
Grain tn tlcrhtfn the States and Can
ada on tbe 23d frlmo : Wheat. 8.569,000
bushela ; corn, 1628,000 buihels ; oats,
2.914,000 bushel; rye, 667,000 bushels ;
Exports front tbe leading seaboard
porta last wees Include: 05 000 brrels
of flour; 951. CO bushels of wheat;
3.1?V0O0 Haaheli of corn ; 9.400 biuriels
or oaia ; rs.300 iushels ot rye; 117.000
buohels cf barlef ; 7.200 barrels ot pork;
9,600.000 poundsof lard, and 30,0-20,000
pounds of bacor,
Strawt Mm the Jetties.
N. O. Dinoorst, Id lwt.
Seven vessels 4eared hence yeiterdsy
for foreign ports with cargofn amount
Ing In tho aggre;ate to 22,665 bales of
Yesterday thre vessels left this port
with l.Btt) barreli of cotton ceed oil, and
9,624 sacks ot ol cake. This manu
factured product of the ootton seed Is
becoming a lsrm and most Important
article of export 10 foreign countries.
Tbe British steamship oasavnaiciparsa
yesterday for Ijyerpool, with jo.ow
hushei ot in bulk. Tbls is tbe
smallest shipment of l ulk grain tbat we
have bid to note for weeks past. Be
sides there were thlppod 1.S73 sicks of
corn per sreamsbp tlayticn for Liver
pod, 1 200 sackso corn for Apatachlcola,
and 813 sacks of con for Mobile,
Glrta Away A tttnrt, myt'eriout tad moat
eitraordl nary hook, enitled "THE BOOK Cf
WOSDISi." Coulnlnc. with nuraerou, dIc-
torial Illustrations, the aytteriet of tha heavan, and
earth, Natural .and ttoerDatural,uamles. w nim
iical. btranta Cu'lotiKa. Wiiclie, and Vt itebcraft.
Dreartik, Suparatitlaoa Atxurdttict, Fabulout,
chantmaat ate.. In oner that all but ae thU curl
out book, tha publiiaea hart roolved to gira It
away to all that dttireo tea it. Addrest.by iatil
card, F. GI.EAbO.N SCO., 3 Wuhipgton litiect
Bcttoa, olau. , . .
CfUAAT TV tfiUrUCI. Yoawnees-
UJllJJLl XUrt limiOi illy Inertia
v ur taiary try aerotog i vry amau portion oi
jour leiaure time to ar lnter.it. I do not x
pcot TB to ranvaae 'or my calebrated Bnatrf'e
FUnoeandOrafananlf eyon ee flttoi but the
bervlce I reouire offoo U both pleiuiant aod
trAfllMi. Full Mrf-ill.r. r..w H,1nua
nirt-ulara fr. u. Addreia
BEi'lTV. Wuh'nirton. N. J,
' FITS IPILESY
Permanently cued no bumbuif by one
month's usaee of Dr. Goulard's Celebrat
ed Fit Powders To convince nufferere
that these powders will do all we claim for
tbera. we will and them by mail, post
?ald, a free trial tox. As Dr. Goulard la
be only physician tbat has ever made tbie
dlaeate a special study, and as to oui
knowledge thousands have been perma
nently cured by tbe use of toeie powa irs,
we will vaarsntee a permanont cure lr
every ease, or reluid you all money ex
Dsndad. All luffrrers should rfve these
Powders an early trial, and be convinced
Oi tneir curauve row era.
Price, for large box, 93, or 4 boxs 101
110, ent by mail to any part ot United
States or Csnada on receipt of price, o r
express, C. O. D. Addrens,
1 ASH & BOBBIN 8
860 Fulton street. Brooklyn, V, Y.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS E. R
- TUB '
HORTEST SHORT- LINE
SiT. taOXJIQ 1
THK tram by ttle road eonnert tt 84. Louis
and EimtBt. Lotili, with ail cUxv lin-t to
me north, EMletna went.
TIME BOHEDCLB .
Tbrsuah Exnraie Lean Culro. 8 :V e.tn
" ArrlvE.8i. Louts 64 p.m
wurnnyaoora Acommoaation iytarei
Ualm l Il'JM) n.m
Through Valine Leaves B. Ot, L uie ft a,m
" ' ArrWea at Cairo S,4 p.m
aiurpnyiljow. ACy 11111.0404 U on uarn
MurpbyborOM4MewMeaMtsesaMti 2;10 a.db
The Cairo and St. Louie
ALU BAIL ROUT I be-
tvM, rte(M and Bt. LonlS nadar one tLea
eementi ihcrrfare tkerS ere He delete at way
uuom ewaltUf ooaseetMBi nors oioai nara.
"' i f.i.r .
PaewrersGolai S"rto. KoUfat ea4Wt
Sbonld not bu their 4clwte uuil tber bare ex
atnlned any rte aaSWata - -
fielghTaft. 1. JC?4eotjir Afi.
,. v f L, l(h-fuai,'jran;t ataaaa
UAN 0? A THOUS AND:
OaaaaBraae. at Me
MHyU tmtmM44 ae a Mtyeaietiie ar Mix
JsY lUrfMU tatJat Oris let.
Goods at tho Lowest Price."
Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
Children's Bhoca, Gents' Boots aud Shoes
fiollee to Contractore.
OrrtCB OF VlCE-PllISIBBST 4 3BN-)
ERAL JUNKER CBICiOO, bT.
Lours & Saw Orliahb B. K, )
Naw ORLims, Feb'y 22, WU
To Contractors :
Se led nroDosais are foritod until iota
March for ths grading ot the (3) uiIIm of
railroad extendiog from Filmore, Ken
tucky, up tbe east bank of tbe Ohio river
to a point oppo Its Calm, Illinois. Tbls
work extend for two (2) mile through
cleared lands, and one mile through timber
already cleared for a width of (100) one
hundred feet. Tbe embankment 1U av
erage about (0) nine feet In height, the ma
tarlal f.ir which will ba obtained aMlrelV
from the eaet elde, and era be bandied suo
seeaiully with wagons, earts, eerapsrs or
barrow. Three thousand feet of tbls ru
bankment, of an an average height of (7)
seven feet, will be graded for sTt least (U)
three track, and will bare a top width ot
(40) forty feet, tbe whole ol which 1
through cleared lend. Tbl Is a deetrable
piece ot work and well worthy tb atten
tion ox euti examination uy couicauiuia.
Tha work will be commenced tbe lint
(1st) of April, next, and muat be completed
by tbe let of jury loiiowms. juontuir es
timates, psyable in cli. will be made ss
tbe work iroreiet, and the usual twenty
per cent, retained to lesure completion ol
coDtrii't, A proliie of tbe line, and speci
fication, for the work miv be teen, and de-
etred Information obtained at the offlce of
tbe cnrDpaay's szent, Jno. 0. JlcSy, la-
Bids should be saaresnea to j. u. nana,
Division bupeilntendent, Jackson, Ten-
Tbe bids will be opened and contracts
awarded on Uth March, at Jackson, Tenn.
The oompinv r-serres tne rigm to re
ject any or all bids.
..(A true copy ) Vice fresldont
Mnpan 1 Any Tenon who will make
rKa.1.1 and forward me a liat of the
aaina ol ralutblu person oi tbtir acqtialuuaot
who wih to crocmt an liiBtruuieat, lthr Ti-
ooo ox Organ. I will ma uiy beal endeavor to
ecll tctm one. and for every piaao I succeed lu
ealllng tn their Hat within one year, t will credit
thara with tio, and for erery organ as, to be ap
plied on payment ot fllU.r a piano or organ ;
and wban It aosoa,... t. . mn ruMMmtS . va7
for any iQetrumcnt. aolvcte-l et tb LOW EST
WHOLESALE ritlCE. 1 will lnunediaiely ehlu
th tnatrnment. free, or alter any amount Is
oredi ted tbe balaet inay lye paid lit lo cub and
I w ill uin anin tnem tue imtrumeni. i ney
need not be known In the matter, and will be
doing their friends a rtnl wrtio), aa I ehall
make PPKCIAL OFFER to tnein, aklllnx a
BCPEEIOB I.NftTRCMENX for rroru ONE
TJALP to TWO-T1URD8 what i( ordlr.artly
.. . , L. -. - - t a KHauBUtt KM. A M.J. . I . , , A T.
aad after you bare made inquiry, yon can add
to it. Andrees,
DANIEL F. BEA TTY, WtuhingUn, 2i .
Can Bo Beautiful
ly Byod or Ho
paired at a Trlf
C. O. D.
Xo. 30, Eighth Street.
Orders for Coal by the oar-load,
ton, or in hog aheade, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large oonsumors and all
manufacturer, we ara prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
OtltceoB whari hoat. foot of Siitb erreut.
OQloe ot Uallluay Brother, oppoalta
Egyptian 11 Ills, Twentieth trtxit.
Coal Dump, foot of Thlrty-elgblb Street,
Tou onto drawer Soo
Dealers tn r... ...
rV4ll Psner, Window Olaes, Win
ctv uaow Ihsvdeti $o. .-
Alyi ' oe bndi tb eottbreted lUnmuutl
Oorn Slerrettta fttroat and Washf
, , ton Avenue
-iV' "AtHBOIlA OIL, ,
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Oliio Levee
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Stroot
Whito Load White Zinc,
Liuseed Oil, Turpontin
; Window Glass, Putty
Paints-All Eta--kij fcr lis Erucli,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Ncatf oot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
Tho Elgin Korosene Can
The Only Perfect Can in
the World. Made of Glass
and Warranted sot to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
The best In Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
M..r..l..rl ku Ullenr, enrl
ITI0IIUIUIUI vu uj e.uouii gnu
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, iandDeOinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Lu5t week I bought a 10 cent package of Waalnne and done ay wa.liln; in cne bail
tbe usual time at lee than half tbe eo?t ol boap. My clothe were mbi'tr. 1 did not
have to rub them, and it did not shrink my woolens, and for once I wu enabled to cni n
hot dinner on Monday, fcfo ladles tiy it, end you will save labor, time sod money. It 1
perfectly safe to use It. 1 MBS. A.
5 and 10 oent Packages. Buy WASHTNE AT BARCLAY'S
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Golatine for Table Use -Very Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlomen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
, Shoo Blacking, Stovo Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
: All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
The Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsaparllla and Blood Purifier
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills,
, Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Clotb
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushef
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink, j
PaDcr Baes, Wrannine: Paner and Twine s
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish J
Pure Imported Bay Ham, Splendid-Canada Tar
. ikiap Engllali and American Soaps-Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extracts In orJifl
nal Boitlei or In Brobeu Qnanti-
; tits aa waafod at low price
i .. . r (Mm '' ,
Awarded First Centennial Premium
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 tho same with Insurance
Companies. Used by Rail
rads Str eot Cars and Hotels.
j. . pfe;e(
f . -5 I'kW
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Of Exquisite Fragrance
At Boreloyo' Drue Bioro.