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A j. F. gQBPcW. Editor and PubHhr.
v lESiin stats omv
Th aocraey f th evrl e unties
at la Mat ( lulnolt are rquW to
aad olg tt to atat ovot(in to b
al4 it Spring II, IlllaoU. THURSDAY,
a lira day "r aphil, in . at is
yJek at., IjT tat purpoe of onlPftiing
om eseditats far th effio ol tat inm
arer, aad M u Ildat for ibt efflce of
tat suptriatsa 'nt of publlo ln'ructloa
ad to I- Basset uoa other outlnr a may
MM iwrtoN It- Tb erral counUei tj
entitled to to loll-)Win representation,
be4 spoa ilu vote ivr g?ernraent lo
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l ': .J V: . CYRUS H. lUC'OHMICK.
l Ta oaauaUteeunanloiAUdy recomend to
tb drmora7 of tb oorthrrn graa4divl
" lji and aeeoad appallau aiwiriot, that
"Ihiy bold tbelr eooventloa, tor tbe pur
koa of BeatinatiBR clerk, of tbe nut. t-mt
and eppellato aourU, for aa d divt-ion a d
tUatrlat at JoUet, en Tburlay, April 11,
i Aid lot toe central grnd dlvi-loa and
bird appr ate i Unlet flat Ut dflnaU
appointed from (aid dlvtaoa and dlilrlct,
;v ih atato ooavantloa, to meet in eaav n
. . tloa at bprlafiM, on tbe day aald tau
eoav atien U h-id. at 0 a. m . for ibe pur
"- poatot eoalnntlr a clerk ul tb uryrera
f and appelUt courU tor .aid divl.lon and
, t And for th oatHarn grand dln.ln ml
' " four.a apptlht dlitiict, tbat they hold
toalr can van Hub at OcnUa la, Thurdy,
Jtay IS, Ittt, for the purr- ot Bontna.
eWrk ol is (nrrm od. apallatv
. ooTtrto, for 'd dlvitloa and dn rl t;
Ta ratio ef rp niatl-.a la xid on.
. ' eeadaen to b tb aaae aa ia t'i (Ut eon.
l TW UtM.lT. I'cr-Ury,
C H. MaCorides, ' C It eollrt.
J. B. Nana. W. R. Murphy,
jLlV4v4urJ. H.K. Burgan.
.B.t.Od(tt. II. J. M.Bu'b.
1 Tuoa C Cenrtoey, II II. P (btnimT,
.TnomatBiitriey. is i a. Mahor ,
4. R-i'bard Bi.aop, II J.bn W. Huiltb.
U. Ma..li, . M.CoobriBa.
. J. S. Dr.kr. Ill B Par. urn,
1. W. 4 1UI. . IM1CO ka,
a. J. Via. . I T. K. Bin oa.
M,w. f70rtdrm. u. b. Z Uuiw,
- l fteorge I Inrond.
t.". tea clwi atrraaif count, a. o
Wer'Bl d to 4Bfjm R. A. 1.
MS4. f adtianiMi Cwmiy. m a aaiA.
faeUarhoJ thaipiBj iirf hrn 4jr4
winnw " ina oa limn, ol Ida
ai ii wajHHB nooua.uat, la M Iil4
I ia. taia.
." pa ctis o? mi irrtu tv corir
l - ....'.twits' DiatlCI. liLINOla.
ierhoraj. Apaallaw 1 awl, (w ih Oltiflc.
IzrJST' man at kt traiia.
MW . Il7t
' , TJto CharttT VlUy Clvim tan. that
' H1 ICatro BcLLSTtit priuntly
' arutatMS at the fond hope that Bill
aravr fc'r,n "rretl two tfrmt n
j jjrrn. wtl aVellw' a third term lan'r
' . 4k CaiSft CWy anxious about this
2 CsSJarr "b'mM xh BtJtLtmx n-
ta acf tray aatloaa abost thU matter ?
r mit la.'aa a MlalihArinir ahast
! tMaa ataaaiff
Ucttio not deprira Oberly't brotbrr4ia
law, who cdlti the paper owned by
Oberly and which U printed M ttio
botue la whloh Oberly lives fton
Ing aa opinion of bit own ; and the fao
tbatOberly'i brotberlDlaw. ho rdia
tbe Bnurrnr, wbtob to owned by Ortly
and printed In th houa in hkh Obt-riy
lirra, baa (aid that Bill Han Soil, having
ervad, two term In coiin-M, will nut
be a candldato ajfaln, U not a ruoU re.
on why -all of 1MI Uantell'a trirnda
dumld tvbaat OtHy. whwaa brothr-lu
law cdlta las Biliatur, which u, to.
Durinttbcafiria Ul BUl ilarttU
aald, In the boiue m which 'faa Ullle
Tin owned by Oberly mud idkied by
Oorrly'a brvlher-lDlaw ia priuted, Uiat
he wuulJ imk be a eandidate for a thiru
term. Butadiflrviioe boiwoeo a cou
Krvfauiaii aud a tuul ia that lb can
greaiuiau aviudluiM cliauf hla wind
aiiU the muid due not. U is pwaaible
Uwrtiore that Utll UaNicll luay hae
ohautni hi luiud. If he baa, I ux Bul
LKTIM will be pleated to auuuuuue tbe
taulaud will not condemn turn lor the
change; at.d more than thia, I mi HULK-
ttM a in vry willingly auppuri uitu d be
kbould be,reuou4ited. lhere la no
thing ueau about 'lus BULLS!! wheu
there ta any Democratic work lor it
UUaj Uaituaiu tio. But, IKS UULLSriM
ia a Ullk) ruflkd. Bvaue it la owned by
Overly, and 1 edited bj Otwrly ' broiner
in law, and ta priuled in the houae in
Mliiuu Oberly live, aud it ,waa (aid. ou
Bill Uanur own authority, that Bill
Uancell whl mt ruu tor a third torin
In cuugrtt, all ol - BUI . Uariseir
frienJ. ana poasibly Bill ilartxell
hiiusfll.liavt oouiuifiiOfd toabuv Oixriy.
Thiai an tfUirattetT it w kruvl y to
Oberly, and the BCLlETU U ol the opiu
ion that, diiCeOueriy i uot a caudiJa
lor unlet due aet want BUI UartzeiTt
uota ami in addition to all thi own a
newspaper which it edited by a brother
in-law t-d 1 prlutd In the house in
which ho live, and otber tnielortuufi,
'ao a to vpeak," be abuuld be let alone,
tiweet WilUain ot Cheater, Iroru hi lolty
eat In Congreai, ahvuld call bit leilow
off, aud give Oberly iitne to iearn how
with philosophy to own a newspaper
which it edited by a brother in-Uw and
I printed in lb botue In which be live.
To put upon Oberly, in addition to thee
thlur. the mUfortune of tlm wrath of
ot Bui Uart ell' friend erould e to
pile a big mountain upon hi llttla hill
t tfoubl. Otxriy don't edit the Bet
IKTiK, which I. etc, but he know about
nos, c. d. hoilcs, or eacEs.
The friend ot this gentleman itave
been urging him to become a candidate
for congrecs on the Democratic ticket
li Mr. spark' dlatrict. It it aald that
Mr. Spark will not ik to aucoeed him
self. It this i true, the Democratic
party could not nominate a man more
acceptable to the publlo than Mr. Uoile
would be. Be Is an able man. ol a well
tfcatlont of the highest order. W bile a
member ot tbo 2Sth general aatembly he
acquired a good reputation at a public
mail, and bit labor on the Democratic
Committee of the State won lor him the
rwpectol the party throughout Illinois.
Be I bonett and capable ; sound on all
the question ol the day and bit Indu'try
and ability would give hliu speedily a
high standing in the houte.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
WASHtKoro.v, D. C, March 10. 1878.
The paat week In been u dull one In
congreas. Little ol 'inierett haa been
aone or attempted, tince the silver bill
pasxed. There was yesterday a sliarlit in
terest aroused by the ditcuition. In tbe
house, ol a proposition to
to aid several coiun Ittee in ihir Inventl
gallon, Their employment Wat order
ed. 1'he rote was strictly a party vole,
exeept that a lew Democrats went aguiiict
their puny. Imleej, If tome Di-mocratlc
lepreaitilativei rbould Introduce a re
solution . approving the ten command.
tnentr link OarhVId would be able to
rally the Republicans unitedly againai it.
and now and then a Demtcrat would
want the queatlon divided so as to v.te
separately on each of the ten. It much
of the good U to be done of which we
nave boanted loudly lo advance, the
D tooeratt m the home
MUST ACT TOOITUEB ' ..
and murt act promptly and Icarlt'ttly.
time biki opporiuultli have already
been lout by divitlun. ludecialon. cow.
ardice and abteuteebm. With a clear
majority of member elected an tdedift i
d eounoniy and reform, we have been
beaten by a party ready at any time to
ii to pn-ot ol Itt own rottenness, and
w.- have strengthened au administration
which It living on property rlghttnlly
belonging to u.. There la yet lime to
undo tome things that have been dona,
and to do tome things that have been
lelt undone. . .
Hecretary ahermaa yeaterday decided
Xsw aiLvca timn. .
houldlor tue present "be used only
lor the purchase ot allmr tiuittnn. m i
ttrbanire, at par, lor gold coin. H ThU ll
a m to nave been decided after eontulu
tlon lh -members of both liouros."
I ha Reretary .hould not lorget that ths
act. whether he may think ol It fflacti
"ught to be 4-xecmed according to its
Wtor nd spirit. Bvaunulnfthaeonr
lodieatedr ana by doing whtt tha proH
two action snow that tha secretary
thiiik he has a rltrht to do. h mir nraA.
Voally nulUfy the act. 1 be secretary Is
a man who will bear eontlderable watch
Ing. Be Is, at when he wu.a Senator
. iSLLOWSTOIft JtaTIOX.t As.k
- Allll Was introtlUKd In the Benst
ywtertay appropriating tll.0001or the
-w TT -wT W isjaj
AlUka.taV ka iKah akta4iail ktraifi tV I
IWUWHW WJ tW V tIISM ifiV'iaVH
Usydeiv alstht reforeMlabkM
It It situated at tb source) of Ibe XtU
lowftono and Missouri rivers, ta the ter
ritories ol Wyoming and Montana, and
J eomprt-e a territory ol U by 63 miles
(3 57a square mile) and I s gemni elo
vatioo I more than 8.000 feet above the
level ot th sea, and tome ol It peaktritS
to tan height olio 000 or )t0U0Mt. '
It derive lis I tervt not only trom ltt
great elevation, but from tha
of the whole region about the Yellow.
tne and etpeolally trom ibo two itreat
Oyter Banlus within its If'iiits ; the na
tural beauty ol tbe soenery ol tbe park 1
unaurpaued. Shin by aide we have the
grand, the beam irul and Iho wonderlul.
Within thlt park are, the tourc t of the
Yellowstone, the Mlttourl. Snake rive",
Oreeu river and Wind river.
; TBI TSUOWSTONB LaKS,
thrurt liundid feet deep, Is tha most
beautif 1 lake In the world a gem set
among the mountains. The lake has an
area of nneeu by twenty two miles, and
an altitude ol 7.4 8 teet, and a circum
terence ol 375 mile, being tbe largett
body ol water in the world at that ele
vmlon. - The mountains tbat hero tbe
it. rm on errry stile, rU to tlia L.lght
of IV.OOOand 11 000 feet
THB OHSAT FALLS
of the Yellowstone are four hundred feet
high and two hundred and dfty feet wide.
The walls of tlm chaxtn or cli ft through
which the Yellowstone flows are 1,200
or 1.600 to 1.000 Teet high.
Mot Its depth alofie fives it Its grand
eur, but Its plcture-Kjue lorms and col
' TBE P AMINE IN CH.HA.
Terrible Naff rlaca of (be lababl.
tnato of Uto aartbrr of the .
Charles Budd,a uitahmary, writes trom
We-chang, China, under date of January
16. to the Shaujtlwl Courier aa loliow :
During lite last year I nave been travel
ing north, east, south and west In the
province ol Shenm, the lurtbest point
reached beli.g Jen-anir Ju, 210 mile u jrtb
ol bUang lu, tha capital, aud about the
same distance south or tbe Great Wall, so
that I have had a fair opportunity to
judge ot the people and place. lSearly
ail thta time trie i ff-ct w tbe long drouth
haa told on the price of provw oris, tut
not until the three months betore my
aeoond return, about a month sluoe, did
tbe (amine, with all its terrible conse
quences, come with (all power on tbe
already suffering poor, and knowing this
to be tbe third year the luivest has
filled, they were utterly unprepared to
cope wMi the leartul calamity coming
down aurely and twiltly upon them
Lie latter uart of mv aoiourn in the
north was spent in, or within 250 tuilei
direct north ot Sl ang fu, and in my el.
mott daUv journevinir I met with lrr
number of retupft, their pate, haggard
facet, and unearthly exprevaion ol
tne lost or all tbey had, of the weary
tun. they ha I traversed, and the
pangs ot hunger they lelt. many
or them actually trying to support
lite oy picklnir and eatlnir wild berriea
from the roadside hedges, while leaves of
ree wa a common article ol diet, both
for them and tor ounelve at nearly
every country inn we tayed at. Otieu
did my hand Involuntarily empty any
loote casn pos-esned into the upllited
hinds ol totne huoger-ttrickentuppllant
ai my teet, whose every look snd work
told volumes of the cruel tufferlnni with.
in. Indeed, I purpoaely avoided con
tact with them, that I might not
witness uiintry I wa unable to relieve.
On one occasion I met with the lean, pale
lace of one lyinir dead bv the roailiilM.
Probably a (ample ol hundred, nay,
tuouaand, now this terere winter ha
set In, whodieuncutvdtorand unknown.
In tbe mountains one day we met a man
with a sunken i ye and hollow lia, too
weak to walk. A brother uiL-giantrv
ccuel him of opiummnklug, which
lw vehemently denied, and toon abun
dant evl'li nee conrlrni'd his statement
that he wa another victim. The are
iKoUu-d canes; more might be given
were it not that amid the multitude ol
Miffcrert, particular case could acamalv
be noticed. In the capitul itself thous
and had flocked in, bopini; to obtain re-
Del, but although the Government haa
granted help, the needy, through the
avarioe ana ui-nomMy or the Chinese oltl
dais, lall to get the -lion's share," and
while some beneflc by the pittance eked
out. by the authoriiie. others are dying
dally at the magistrate' door, and ou
the tin eta girla and boys are being
tx ught and sold, as iboinrh the
iraifo lu human flesh and blood ImJ nt.
appeared lu China. Eveu as we traveled
along cbddreu were hrouvht to u-. hoir.
glag we would l uy them, Oue I picked
up on a barren mountain road deer ed
oy is parents. lu two large cities
Baticheng and ru-cheog, risings have
Ukeaplaoa by a people rendered reck.
and desperate bv aelnir thir
wive and children starving betore thir
taeee, and many less w II auUieutieated
bit smaller rlaings ol a similar nature
a e reported lu other place. In fu
oheng they dragged the Mandarin from
the y amen and beheaded him becaoaehe,
wiia many other, looked well to leather
Inn their own nests, but oared little for
tbe suffer nit ol their neoola. la uintt
a large crowd of rwpectablo-looklng men
sea-fed I would allow them to tallow ma
uy servant h I oory would supply
them with bread to ai: and mo t
Where , wa aaot old womea Catherine
erawisorgrnbblnf up room, by which
they sustain Ufa for a lew more days.
ThU state ol iLlngt, I beg you to reateu.
uer, wat some mouths ago. Ood only
kaswi What the Intervening tines and
bitter winter bat added to their sutler.
Ing. , U baa been trying to tbo who
have gooi hoax and every comfort ol
lUVt What lO those vha baa I..f4 ..tl
Ihelr nOtiasa; Ekalr i inliui k. -ir
'OUR UOTTO: "The Best Goods at ths Lowest Priw
1 O. HANNY,
Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
K- IKJ CD CD -CE IHJ11 'm
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coffees, Tea?, : Sugars,
i j '-i' jBacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Ticking Dress Goods, Silks.
A lull line el Carpets, Matting, Floor Oil
. Ladies' and MUsei' Boots,
This stock Is entirely Mew and Fresh.
ir Sro- li finhrut.. ... rt'ihii... i.muLwI In
O ir ate k embraai ev ryihlnir neeoVd In
Please five u a eall. eximlne
IheSpriiigtl Id('ll)oeopleare mov
ing in the matter ol. eeceruiir a brunch
minim that city. TheMcmaf. f Wed
We sre if lad to be able to announce
that a iiuml-crol public opirl'e'l eiiix ns
amoiig whom we wty uaiue Mr. J. At
Oohrman, the enrerprHiiir Fifth m-t ,
merchant, and Messra. Tracy me I Bidge
ly ot the Firnt and Ridgeiy National
riunkii. and nlhw nrt,it,ln.nt lniMln.a
men. yeaterday took step by nlegraph
Ing Uetreenutive Springer, to have
SpttnghYld placed on the lit ol citle to
be vUited. Thi action should he to!,
lowed op by tbe pr -mpt eppolntment
ot Incut commirieeto prea the claim
I .Springfield al Wrhington.and gather
Information hearing nn the subject tor
presentation to th subcommittee la case
a t1.it la serjuml.-'
John Sherman Is already trying to In
terpol obstacles to tha execution of the
silver Itw. A Washington correspon
Secretary therm n ht Interpreted
one feature ol the silver Mil, and that In
that the t'lver coin certlflcrtet ehall be
payable only at the place of Uue. Thlt
will obviate Iho necessity for the
trevury department to haul around coin
IMS) place to place as the neceltv
arises. As to the purchase ot silver
bullion, attention wa called to the
fact that at th trearury department
all tuch parrhasea had heretofore
ben paid In gold, and all fa'ur pur
chaw may be paid for In the same man
ner, hut tht these payments can jut as
well be paid In the new diver dollar. It
being a legHl.fenrier rqua'ly with gold.
It seems c-rtain that either gold or the
new silver dnllar will h employed In the
pnrrhaae ot bullion, and not greenback.
If the ftvrmpr seenf la employed it will he
neoepurv to pnf th sllrer in the coin re
serve for iwtrpr't'nn pnrpo'es It the
ooiinfrv shonM accept the policy o the
will natn-allv. f n a conaiderahle derree,
denenrl upon the fate ol the resumption
For Fever and Asrue, Intermittent
Fever, Chill Few, Remittent Fver,
Dumb Ague, Periodical or Bilious Fever,
bo., and Indeed all the affectiona which
arise from malarious, marsh, or mias
Tlil. I. a fomponml remedy, prcpnre J with
.clcntlK. .kill fnm WK.Ubl. InirredicnU, which
mrvly fall. u euro the aercrett caici of Chilli
nul Carer and tbo concomitant JltorJeM. Bueh
a r "incdy the neerMltic. of the people In maliiri
oim di.trirl. demand, lu great aunrrloritf over
any oilier medicine yet diacorertd for the cure
of liit'.'rmiuwiu ia, that It eoxtiiina n qnhilna or
mineral, and those who take it are free from
danger of qululun or any Injurloiu effect, and
ore aa healthy after urlrg It t. fore. It baa
Own t'ltennlvely employed darini the laat tblny
yiHiri la tbe trenttrnl of thciM dixlrtaalng; dl
or.ler., and .0 unvurjnng haa hern h. suceeei
th.it It hin gained Die reputation of bring InfalU
M ". It can, be aaftly recommended a. a eur.
remedy and upecMc for the Fever and Ago of
'.ho Weal, and the Chilla and fever of tbe
fr.uth, which, enco broken tip by It, do not
rr".irn until tbo diaeate la again contracted.
Tbe greut variety of disorder, which arlM
from the Irritation of this pollen, inch u Aeo
mlKlM, Ivltrnruatl.m, (ioail, lieadaeha,
tlllndiiaaa. Toothache, Earaeh, Ca
tarrh, Aathma, Palpltatlim, Splenic
Atreetloua, llyitarlca, Pain in the Boir
el. Colli-. ranUytli, and derangement of
(he Niomach, all of which become Intermittent
or jwrMlciil, hra no .needier remedy than
.ta' Ar.it Ct at, which etire. them all alike,
and prote rl the ly.tem froai future attack.. Ai
n preventive, It l of bnmenut .ervlce In thoM
r'niimimttloa where rever ana Aue prevalla,
it Ktnyii iho deertopnieiil of tha dlaraaa If taken
on the flint approach of th. premonitory .ynip
t. r,.B. Traveller, aid temporary rciidmta are
U na enabled to defy tlieao dlaord.ra, and few
w.il . rtr enfTer If they avail themaelTM of tin
I roltotijn tlil. remedy aSord..
Vor Llvae fomplalnta, trldng from
torpidity, It li an eseeltcnt remedy; It .tlmulnte.
tnia craaa Into healthy actlrity, aud product
many tcmarkablo eurv. whero other cni'dicluo.
Prepared by Drt Ji C. Ayer & Cd,
'rrtl-n arid Aaml)'ttonl Chcmlat.,
buo ut .i Minioiia i.xiiiui;ue.
Permanently enred-Hlo humbujr Oy oai
aMBth'i unaei o Dt. Ooularil' Olebrat
d Fit Powder. T oonvinae uffrer
that tb powuer will do all w alaim lot
them, we will aend sham by mail, pout
paid, a rre trial box. A Dr. Ooulard I
th only phy.lcian that ha vr mad Uu
dliaM a (peelal tudy, and a to out
Kaowledge thouaaad have bses perma
nently curtd oy th use of theie powd jrt,
we will gaarajitM a permaaeat eur e
every esse, or retund you all money ex
pended. All sufferers should give theat
Powder an etr trial, and b convinesi
Of thalr curat! va port.
Prto for large box, W, or 4 bos ioi
110. cnt by mail to asy part of Uidttd
Cloths, Curtain Damaks,
Children's Shoes, Genu' Boot and Shoes
Special attention given To Country trade,
tin. (Mm i.r I iniinin. In flrmTit: or f Ira
the City or Country. In Orocrriea or Dry
our vnod and nrlcea helore ytm buy.
MT. CARBON (Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by tbo oar-load,
ton, or In hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To largH consumers and all
manufacturers, wa are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at inform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Otf.caoa wbaniwat root of Sulk street.
Office o. Ualliuay Brotbar. oppoait SI
Egyptian Mill, Twentieth (tract.
Coal Damp, foot of TbirtT-alXDUi straet, or
PoHUatct drawer 304
B. F. Blako
iPaints, Oils, Varnishes
VaU Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, co.
Always oa band, tha ealabrated illunlaatl
Corner Elavaoth atreat and Waabl
CSi-oeaaw 1 rt t aa
Itotiee lo Contnirtara).
Orrica or Vica l'Kts'Ditir 3m-l
XRaL M N GIR ( UM'iG'l tT
LOWS N.W UHLgANS It. It. J
'wuRLtNs, Fh'y v2, 187 ,
To Contrautor :
Healed proposals are invited tint I 10 b
ai irvb for the erallni( ol ibe (.1) milen of
tallroad extendi a trom KiIuj re. Ken.
tu.ky.up the eat bal k ol the Ohio rtter
to a point njpo l i air . II Inula. Thl
wera eiu-ni), for two (2) mile through
lerd lamln. aud one nilie through ilint er
ireauy i leareu ror a W Itn or ('0 ') on
hundred teei. Ibe embuikmam will v
cairn about (() ntii- fcel lu height, tha nu
terlal t rwutch will obiaiued ,o,tlrlv
from to eaatiiide, and o-n t. bandied alio
BKtully with w.igon, enrt, ecrapera or
narrow. loreeioou and leetof tbi. em
bankment, of an an average hnlgb' ol (7)
note" icoi, win ne Krauvu lor at 1681 (3)
nn iiicu, auu win u ve a lop wi.ita ut
(4U) tony leet, tbe whole ot which Is
tbiougb vlaare It nd. Thl la a dealrable
pUceoiw-rk and well worthy tb atten
tion in arji eaaminaiion ti? cotiira.itora.
the work wlh lie eornmenced the Unit
i mi) oi Apm, next, - nd murt be neuipleted
by the M ol July fo lowinx. Monthly e-
UDi.tea. payaiiie In cenli. will t e made aa
toe worn pi (rre-ac, a d tbe usual twenty
per cent retained to lesure completion i.t
c ntrai t. A pron e of tbe line, and sped.
n atione for the work may be een. add -rlred
inl rmatl- n o tamed at the nfflc ot
th cornpiny'a agent, Jno. c.UcK.y, Fil
Bios should he sddreaaed to J. O. Mann,
Ol vision oupeiintendent, Jackson. Ten
Beaaee. The Mi's will he opened aid contract
awarded on I tb 11 ireh. at Jajkaoo, lean.
The enmpiay rsrve th rlubt to re
J oi .ay or all bid.
JAB. C. CIARRK,
( tru cot y.) vie Pre.idtnt.
small portion ol
wr i ivura urn to ray Intereal I do as a
Kl V U to eaiva tut my eelebraird Beatty'a
not and Organ, unlma you aca flt to but tbe
arrvjoa I requlrt of you fa both pleMM and
aw0t.te. ?ttii particulars rr AdnraM
ua.msl r. HCATT1, Waab'BttoB.N.4
A physiai net aai
VieT7 of Ilarriflfyo t
RTIWfWnPTl ' yifa aa
MiaoHiiial Treatlai aa in.
ilMiM ! BiatrUM mA Mm
eM Baraaatlao .a
n. anewea mi weaiaa.
A kmiii far -UU. erniila.
v , ir ealary by devoting- a very
tegj. j!ini' itipiMj
m r n i . . k
- ' "
aWfR- a am .
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee.
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Strest
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Window Glass, Putty
FaintsAll Co!crs--S:aJj f;r tta
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Cils.
TheSis-li aid oa. no Can
The Only Perfect Can in
th world. Made of Olasa
and .' Warranted rot to
Leak. Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
a a a at ittn a
Manufactured oy.wnson ana
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 WASHENE
' la-t week I houjrht a 0 coot pai kave "I Waahinn and done try '.va.blnu In one (Li
the usual time at le i than bad the cot ot 8onp. My do he war, w hi er. I old not
'ave to nib them, and it di rot -hrii k my wool urn, .nd fm once I wn. enahird to get
hot r. ner on Monday Bo ldle t y It, and you v III, v Isfmr, lm i.d uioney Iti-iM-rfec'ly
safe to uaa It. MB. A
5 and 10 cent Packages. Buy WA8IIIN1! AT BARCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne--0' uV.bm'11100
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Uee -Very Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses. All styles
Coarse and Fine Combs,
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 Sarsapsrllla and Blood Purlfler
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria Kins:, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine. Smith's Tonic Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Clotb
Ffiftthor Dnstarn nnrl (ViuYitA Urn a V as
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking. Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
Pure Imported Ilaajr Hum, Hplendld-Canada. Tnr
rump ungual and American Soups Fine Ina
ported Handkerchief Extract In orlffl
, nal Bottles or In Broken luanll
ties oa wanted ai low price.
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. 3 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 Insurance
Companies. Used by Rail
a. 1 Street Cars and Hotels.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
and Hair Brushes
... aa, J- apftlW 'I"
Blackiner. Stove Blacking
t ut- 1 1 1 i T H r I