Newspaper Page Text
W. F. Bchockrs, Editor andTablUhcr.
, a1w democracy of tha several eoanttei
I Uw stats of XUlnoU are requested to
tod delegates to a tUU convention to be
btld at eprtngfleU, Illinois, THURSDAY,
ttrt 11TH DAY OF. APRIL, 1178., t 13
o'clock M., tor the purpose of nomlaatlng
, ne candidate for the office oi stats treas
urer, and on eandldate for the office or
t atata superintendent of pubilo Instruction
Md to transect inch other business m may
com before it The several counties are
pased npon the voto tor government lo
Vote for Stew- No.
v?t r frwwn
' "rain.. ....
in mm immi '
a, i is
si a a lea-see.. .
Wet iciiery ......
Hint! . , .
At- CUiir ........
, a,i i
Tue committee unanlmouslv recomend to
the democracy of the northern grand divi
sion and second appellate district, that
they hold their convention, for the pur
' pose of nominating clerks of the surpreme
and appellate eourts, for said division and
district, at Jollet, ouThunday, April 18,
i 1878s ; :
And tor the central grend division and
:.klrd appellate district, Hut the delegate
' appointed from said diyinua and district,
' th state convention, to meet In eonven-
tion at Springfield, on the day said state
convention li held, at 10 a. m for the pur
poie of nominating clerks oi the surpreme
and appellate courts for said division and
And for the southern grand division and
fourth appellate district, that they hold
their convention at Centralia, Thursday,
May 16, 1878, for the purpose of nomina
ting clerks of the surpreme and appellate
courts, lor said division and district, -. -,
' The ratio of representation in tuld con
ventions to be the same as in the state con
,-,Th.Shikl;y, Secretary. ,
AT LARGE. '
C. H. lUeCormick, C. I). Holies,
J. B. Mann, W. K. Murphy, ... .
A. P. Ooodard, B.F.Burgen. "
' . - DISTRICTS.
VBE,Godell, . lLJ.M.Bush,
Thos KXJourtney, 13. n. V Shumay,
3. Thomas Shirley, is. j. a. Manorv,
.. i. Bldtard Bishop,
14. John W.Smith,
15. W. Cochrane,
10. L.B. Parsons,
17. H. C. Qerke,
18. T. K. Bouton,
0. P..I1. Marsh,
8. 3. Duff,
19. S. Z. Landes,
10. Oeerge Edmunds.
' OB CtBEK SITE1MI CO0BT, 8. 0. I.
wcarkut)wrisd lo announce R. A. 1). WIL
h Iti Kfl. uf WaahiwrtoB County, w a onJi(Ut
forUlM of the Bupremt Uut, Southern Urmad
rtAioD. Dlino!, lubject to tht decitlon of the
tnSwMOik.M.yMtiyws. y laJJs
row ctratt or the appilliti coubt
W an BthorUed to announoi J HARDIN
rnjof Ctfiyle. Cliatoa oonnty, u a candidate
Vs". .r.k. 4 nWl.t. Anrt birth di.txti.
niiHin. aubjtct to loedarlniou ot (be Lxmocratlc
W are authorlied io nnouai' W. C Le
'nilEK, of K&nf nam County, aa a eandmia
for clttkof th Afpcllate Court, fourth dl.tnui,
lUlfMlS. subjeot to the daoiaioo of the icnw
!nttTcoarcnUon sailed to hk1 at Uetnlia,
Tbi Johnson county Democrats wilt
'Avast in county convention to-day for
4jprpxseef selecting delegates to the
and district conrendotu.' The
oooTentlon will' In ail probablity Instruct
lor Pod lor treasurer, fitter lor lupertns
Undent of publlo Instruction, Wllbknks
tvr derk ot the supreme court, southern
ptai dlrlaiOD, and John Q. nirtnan
lor elerk Of the appellate cou rt.
MmmmwMwtwwi JT a
...... - j fMj
y 'i ti
""" " " . 4"U
w.i .... ............
MnMMMMM.... ...... .'
Wc can safely awert that nothing eqale
Dr. Bull' CourU Syrup for all cane of
gore throat, coughs, colds, etc. Price SS
centa a bottle.
Though there ii no material change in
the situation ot affairs in the cast the
war feeling ia fully as bitter as ever. The
prospects for war are not lessened by
recent events, and actual hostilities may
break out at any time.
' Cou Polk, doorkeeper of the house,
was votoJ out'ol ofUeo on Thursday.
The charges against Polk were that his
office was loosely conducted, ami bad
become corrupt. The vote by which he
was displaced stood 130 for hM removal
against SO for his retention.
A day or two ago Mr.llartzell presented
in Ih'j liouso the petitions signed by
citizens of Union and Tula kl counties
urging congress to pass the Cockrell bill
for tho improvement ot the Mississippi
river. The promptness with which Mr.
Iltirtzell has acted in this matter meets
with the approval of his constituents in
all parts of tho district.
A .mmkti.vo of the Krputilican iiuliorml
committee wa field In Washington on
Thursday evonlng. In the absence ol
tho chairman of the committee, .fo'nu A,
Logan presided. Old Znck Chandler
and other equally prominent lights were
present, and it was resolved to reorganize
the national congressional committee
and make an earnest tight to cany tho
jr is now settled that thitre will bo no
less than four tickets in the Held In this
state this hill. Besides tho Democrats
and Republicans ami the Nationalists,
the temperance people havo .determined
to nominate a ticket, and for that pur
pose they have called a state convention
to meet at Decatur on June Cth to nom
inate candidates lor state olllcers. The
call is signed by C. G. Ilaymau, Chi,
cago; John Seboski, Blooinington; W. S.
Crisay, Decatur, and others. It says :
Measures will also he taken to secure a
thorough organization, with a view to
ttic enactment of a prohibitory law tor
this state, and such other business as may
be brought before the convention.
All lilendly to the object of this
call, whether as individuals or represent
atives of tt'iutli'r.'iiieit nrornnlurlnnu am
invited to be present.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
River hikI Hiirlior Arrlulloii
BUI Hon. Montffouierjr Illair'a
BcNoliitlon-Nehari NMk 10 Ke
1110 the natccra of tlio Freed
inna's HoiHl4il -Etc., Kfc , Etr.
Krom Our Rctfu'ar Curresjiouilfnt. 1
Vashixqtox, D. C, April 5, lb78.
TJ1RUIUVER AND HAR1IOK" APl'ROI'KIA
now la the hands ot the bouse committee
on commerce will be made to cover a loss
amount than usual. Properly distri
buted, the money so used can be made of
aJvautufie to tue whole country, out this
la not always done. Tho most absurd
schemes are sometimes given a place in
the bill. More thau the usual care will
be exercised by tho house committer at
this eession, and If that committee is
sustained by the house a small amount
of money will this time accomplish more
than larger amounts have heretofore
HON. MONTGOMERY BLAIR'S UKSOLUTIO.N,
which was passed by tbo Maryland leg
islature, Is a topio of general discussion.
The attorney general ot the state is by
it directed to show to ttte supremo court
of the United States the fact that Mary
land was, by reason of frauds in other
states, depriyed ot her just snd consti
tutional Influence in the electoral col-
lego In 1876 and a recount ot the electoral
vote by order ot the court is asked. Mr.
Blair's Idea is, of course, that tlte inves
gations inado by tbo court will be
thorough, and that the matters the dec
DECLINED TO CONSIDER TM! rRiUDS
In Louisiana, etc. will be Inquired Into.
In order that tbo court may take action
In the case, an act of congress is nec
essary, and that will be presented this
week. 'Mr. Blab? is conlldent such and
act will pass without delay, and that Mr.
TiMen will spend some portion ot tho
coming summer in the white house, Mr.
Hayes retiring, lie-. also believes that
tbe people will cordially welcome the
change, and that.lt will create.nq, more
excltcmont than an .ordinary legal pro
ceeding. I have never" doubted
that Mr.'Tilden was' cleoted," "and was
swindled out of his seat, and that when
ever tbe case could be properly brought
before the supreme court
HI WOULD UET HIS RIGHTS.
and baye not hesitated; as your files will
show, to SHggest methods ot action, but
1 have not the lalth. that Mr. Blair has In
the early success ot bis scheme. ;, There
la no food reason in believing that Con
gress will pass the necessary bill. ' Mr.
Blair la not a popular man, with either
Democrats or Republicans. The Demo
crats of the house, It is fair to suppose,
will not be more united on this than on
other subjects. '. Republicans, however
much they may dislike Hayes, may hesi
tate to take action which la morally cer
tain to result In the inauguration of a
Democratic president, , - - - ..
JQowevor, there seems to be '
- KO CON8T1TCTIOXAL OlUKCTION
to tbe proposed action, and in good mor.
als there laeverythlng In Its favor, and
0 1 hope that all the bright anticipations
of Mr. Blair may be realized.
Senator Eaton who was chairman oi a
committee Investigating the Frcedman's
hospital in this district, has presented a
report showing that all the serious
charges made against the management
were unfounded. There is something
singular In the persistency with itleh
Secretary Bchurz, has sought to
DEMOVi tub orncins
of this institution, The investigating
committee appointed by himself reported
the cbargvi unfounded, and he disregard
ed tbe report. Another committee re
ported like Uie first, but that report, too,
was disregarded. It is said that even
the complacent Mr. Hayes Is beginning
to understand that a little good sound
sense is as necetskry as a head full ot
theories In conducting a reform success
fully. When be is convlenccd of that
fact lie will mako a vacancy in the inter"
lor department ,,.:' Dem.
Tit Cului'td Citiittt is the name 01 a
new paper started at Ft. Scott, Kan.
A Michigan relortu club has, it Is said,
tried a man for taking wine at commune
Ciiurlcstoiiliid., Is to have a breach of
promise suit with damages placed at
Beeeher was prcscuted with a hand
some lloral star at the conclusion of his
lecture at Fort Wayne.
Tbe late postmaster at Moultoti, Ap.
pannoiHC county, l.nvu, Is a defaulter to
the amount of nearly $6U0.
A Kansas 1111111 has been fined $3 under
a compulsory education act for not send
ing his daughter to school.
A mare belonging to John Slile Ids, of
Houston county, Minnesota, fouled a
double-headed eo!t the other day.
A Saginaw City. Mich., man. lias trav
eled about 1 80,0(X) miles on a street car.
Ho has been ciuiilui tur on one for eight
An Indian got drunk at Kik Itnplda,
.Mich., saloon, was turned cut doors
when his money was all gone, anil froze
Kan Claire, Wis., bus been sued tor
$10,000 by a man named iiormley, whose
hot se8 were killed by bad streets, and
who sustained injuries.
Adrian, Midi., has its first colored
official. On motion of Aid. liawrence,
a Democrat, Levi; Coleiuati, a colored
man, was appointed potmduiasler.
Some teniperauco wtiitlsticiati lias toot-
1 ed up 80,025 names which the lu'iura
of Francis Murphy In New England have
put upon the temperance pledges.
The bishop of the Saskatchewan has
left Witmepeg lor England to raise funds
to endow a training college ami other
church institutions in the far northwest.
Tbe Hev. Dr. Collins, pastor of the
Chinch of the Disciples, Grand llapids,
Mich., charged with Immorality, - lias
contesji.'tl his guilt, and. will bo deposed.
On Friday the work of laying the con
federate monument at .Macon, Ga., was
commenced- It will be ready to lay the
corner stone on the 2iilt of April.
ACcorgia cow has given birth to a
singular crcntttre. The offspring seems
to be something between a calf and a
camel, having the hump and form of the
In an assault and battery case at Ann
Arbor, Mich,, objection was made to two
ottliojur bbbauott tliij nun IWW
boners, and thejudga sustained the ob
jection. Miss I .on M. Heed, 1 us true tor in the
microscopic laboratory at the Michigan
university, is the only lady teacher ever
employed in tho Institution, and is giv
The pocket gopher business opens out
briskly in Minnesota this spring. In one
county, from the lith to the 26th of
March, there were brought to tho audi
tor's office 417 scalps.
Cedar Springs, Mich., has been impos
ed upon by a scjuad of Kalamazoo colored
individuals who passed themselves of!
as the only original andgenuiueTenncs
see jubilee singers.
A man while digging a well at Roscoe,
Dodge county, Minn., found a mineral
substance of a yellowish color that ret
semblcd gold, which he has sent to Xew
York for examination.
A young man in Spraguo, Conn., who
carries pistol cartridges in his pocket with
his tobacco, happened to get one in his
pipo the other day. and did not know it
until a piece ot his nose was blown off.
The Baptist status in Indiana, as shown
by tbe convention minutes, is as follows:
Associations, 30; churches, 557; baptisms
the past year, 2.71G; total membership,
41,783; ordainod ministers, 418,
A woman In Isabella county, Mich.,
accused her husband of having murdered
his father tor $500 and thrown tbe body
into a well, but au investigation shows
that the latter is alive and well known In
Kansas. 1 '
' The school lands in Kansas amoun
to about three million acres, a bodyo
land considerable larger than tho states
ofllhodo island and Delaware put to
gether, and at large as tho entire state of
Connecticut. . "': ' ."
Tun annoyance occasioned by the con
tinual crying of tho baby, at once ceases
whoa the cause Is (as It should be) prom
ptly removed by using 'Dr. Bull's baby
syrup. Price 2fi cents per bottle.-
; INSURANCE. ;
73 OHIO LV
City National Bank Building, up.etslrs.
Tha Oldest Kttabllahti Aftncy la Souther
Illinois, and reprwuilog over
165 O0O 000
. W .1
tVC.IIt AgeDtlwantsVI, Busts
OUR MOTTO : -, " The Best
1 0. HANNY,
Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
cjjciricb jb i3Bn. ids
' Dry Goods. Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels, Tickings, Dress Goods, Silks.
A full Hue of Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
I.adioa' ami Misses' Boots,
This stock Is entirely New and Fresh. Special attention trlven to Country trade.
Ojr (Stcx k embraces everything needed in tho City or Country, in Groceries or Dry
Goods. ('lease give us a call, examine our goods and nrlcee before yon buy.
The following Cur la probably tha most
remarkable ever effected by any medi
cal preparation for the treatment of
rM!tmm, I ireby certify that I haw had T.
,Y. L,r, T-'Vna (0! the ' year, bare
it yaf, had buzzing In the head, paiiu cro the ten'.
pli-,iJty MiHU. weak and painful rm, awoll. n
snil tilcoiatPd 10m 1, hard and foniiiant eonUi,
HVf ri pain arroan the chest, and wry lii.tloatlu.
off..)h.iiiiiiti..n. Myhcadarliedallthatini. Tha
nmtu r a mnulutcd no nt.l.lly n my head aud
throat tlmt Icon ,1 not keep them froo. Frequently
nl niKlil I would aprlnir out of bed, it e eined to
rne.ai Hie pon.tof aullucutlun. I would then uav
rccounu! to e wry nieiiim la my power to dHlodire
the mucus from my throat nnii l.i-ad before b.dn
nbe loHli.rpHiiln. For a period of alx yer ni"
lM a i were ulcerated and ao inneh Inllamed that 1
rui Id with diuiculty swallow. 1 lliiallyconnultf d an
eminent Hilton In regard to an operatlononthem.
but at bis rouuest poainoned It. Thacoiwtunt In
tliiuiiiinti.'ii iiu.1 ulceration In my throat caused it
the polKouoin matter dropping down rrom my bead
liadao irritated and Inflanwd my hinKB that I cough,
cd Imvjsnritly. deep, Imrd cough. Meanwhllo
my ayste.iu begn tothow the eflectsof this dlieasr,
an that I lost flesh, grew pale, and allowed every
symptom of an early death by coiiiiiimptlon. When
iuall';i shad reached this alane.oraboutslx months
iiko, I began the usoof Bakkoru's lUDtrat. ub
roa t. vniiRti. After using thollrst bottle I began
tu Improve rapidly. Thu first dose aeemodtoclear
my bead as I had not known It to be for years. It
seeni'Ml gradually to arrest tha discharges. (
HoppM i,id com; fn thi ef iUiih. By lining It as a
gurgle! kiou reduced the Inlluiumullon and swell
ing Lfuiy tunslls, aolhattlieysoonceased to trouble
me. the anrencsi acrosm my ihcst disappeared,
the huzjlng noises In my head ceased, my senses i.f
se. mg sml of hearing wera completely restored,
ami every symptom of dlscuse tliul hadrediicsd ici
to the verge of the grave disappeared by the tul
oi fjANPuKir ItAiursL t i r roa I'sTaunu.
I liuve been thus explicit beranse, as a drupgW,
I hm eeen a great deal oi mtterhic from C:tanii,
ami ho;io to ionvln.ee m.iny that li.is it a truit
I a. ii fntnlll'ir lth the treatmenr ef r-itiirr'i sa
pi':-ilsrd by ti' liei.t phjHteiaiis, snd h txe commit
cd the mot ( riltieiit about my cas". I have us. .!
everv klml nf remedy nod iiiiriariiiiia thil le.vn uii.
,pesred itiiriv a period of su y-urs pint, ainl have
im5 inieiwnig ineir iim. iHKim g.-esi. care ot mv
n.hutohtrtlncdiioi'eliei'oreiH oiii uge.
uieiit from nny tf them.
i hi n peiviiiailv appeared the said tinurge. 1".
1'iiwninre, aud ninde until Unit the mregolug stale.
lucnt by hn sitnerlhed I" true. ! ir in.-V
hKTIl .1. VIIDMA-, Justice of the Pejee.
1.1-h iwkncornnt.iln i Dr. fniford's Iiuprowd
l.-di Miii' Iiiiu!. v i!h lull dirrriions ior u-e in all
t"is-s. Price, fj .00. For aln by nil Wholesale and
Vkni-Vtni eilK'tVivVe'Si Aii!;:! iV".','-
8 J it! l)r(IgirI-i, JiOfllKl, Md.
Affords ihe mo9t fjrateM relief in z'.l
t.fi jciions of tho Chc&tand Lungs.
C!;P0:i!G PLEURISY CUBED.
WMtrs, Vfrtira Pottfr i 7;!'n.iu,-Having
fur u.niiV moiillis pust suflcrnd H .tll a very Inm i
Side, rs'ted by r.iy iil vsrelun Chronic j"l'iirv,
caused by n lorinev Injury aud'Jtraln.uinl fur which
I iii'i i! many (.rescriptiiitis and liulim uts.as well us
the sn-cnl!i'd rlii uiuatlo cures, without the I. ot
t'oLi.tNii" Voltaic I'LAarzra. which, !
surpris.-, re p '.Vi! tho p.iin ann soreness
v p lysieinn rccot.iiiienrieii cue of your
nr-uiaieiv, si'ii i it.ive oeeu ne'e to irttend to n.y
bonseiiyld utl ilrs irr hlace witli perltet enr," slid
ronifnrt, where. is, lvfuie tho npnlicaiion of jour
btaluulile. Planter, 1 aas scarcely able to do ,:)
tiling. 1 rmi-lder theiri Inesiimable.snd shall v. Hit
ple.u-'u-'.t rectiiuiiielid Ihe u to (lie nitlu-trd. S'otiis
renpectfelly Mes. FI'.A.SCt.'. IIAUUIMAN,
OA.sn, J!e,Ani!W, l'ii. ,
There Is no medical or protective ap'.llauce that
Till prove K.'ut.'iul and effjerive in ll Kl,.g
('nii.ln, Irrltat.on m i-oreness or the tnst anl
.niiirs. Vi'n hell. ve tliein rspalilu uf ureveutiiig
ai t lous liiiv-uses of tlieso orgiii.s.
mice, cents. ;
T)n not confound these l'lnslers with theimiinsrr
Plsktcrs oi ihed.iy.i.iat by ciiuparima aiaabio.
lie careful to obt ain roLT.t"s'Voi.TAtr pLATrii,
p. coi'ihhiMiou l lciii e. or Voltaiu I'IiiUj,
With A hljbly JNMIrateil Plitster, ns seen In tlie,
above cue, gold by nil Wliolee le end Itrtsll Drug
gists thfuffhivnt The t'rlted slatea snd (niiailas,
sad by fthbUS L iVI't'l.!i, l iuprieioi i, II.isioii.
OHAHTEar.O MARCH SI. 18 6
CITY NATIONAL BANK.
INTEREST paid on deposits March let and
8eptDi3it. Interest not withdrawn Is ad
ded inline llatuly to the principal of tbe deposit
thexaby giving then, compoti A lutereel.
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no on
else oan draw it.
V Opte wary buslneasday ftomSa.u. to S p.n
1". Muaa, President. H. Wella, eaabler. '
P. '.ieS, Vice iWk T. J. Kerth, Aeet. Oath'r
Corner Ooauaexels4 Ave. sunt ath Street
j . tJ st K , jt vt ....
r. rtrosi, Cairo. ' Wm Kluje, Cairo.
I. KtS, Cairo. . IV hi Wolta, Cairo.
A. busasks, Cairo. . Ji. U BilUesalf, l outa
K. Under, Cairo. U. Wella, Cairo.
. . F. U . Brlnkiuaa, St Loula. -J,
If. Cltnuoa, CalefloBia. .. -
A tieaeral Baab.ln natieea . Done
lEiohanire sold and botyrht. latareatpald
oa tbe Savings Deparnnent. Collrotlona suade,
aid all business prouptlv attended to. .
Goods at tbi Low est Price
Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
Children's Shoes, fJenf' Uoots and .Slim s
Can Be Beautiful'
ly Dyed or Re
paired at a Trif
Clothes, ung Expenao-
ladiss' i:i ..all', a o. d.
Old flats Made New.
No. 30, Eighth Street.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St Louis & Chicago
The only Eoad Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Trains) Leave Cairo
H 10 p.m. Fast Express, arriving la St.
Louis 8:A0 p. m.; Chicago, 7:30, a.m.
i:20 p.m, CINCINNATI h LOUIfl
ViLLE VAST LINE
A-rrlvingl n Olncinnati 8:30, a.m.: Louis
ville, 8:20, a.m.: Indianapolis, i.lb a.m.;
Passengers by this train arrive at above
Or AWT 0T2SS BOUTS.
VM'p. m. fart Mail wlta. sleepers attach'
ed, for ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO,
arriving In St. Louis at 6:30 a.m. Chi
cago at 4.30 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Effingham tor Cincinnati, Louisville
PAST TIME EAST
fassonjrers ly this line go through to
the lilaae'wlttinnt anv ihln I..
The SA'fUIiDATf AiTTKieiOON TRAIN
..ntuai UAIKO AKKIVKS IN NKW
YOBK MONDAY JlOENINlr,
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
CtV AW liTRVW MfMWV
-v- . m suuis V A lit
Advertisements of competing lines that
tbev make better time than thta nns a
are Issued either through ignorance or a
uesire iu uuiieaa ine puoue.
l-'or through tickets and Information,
Snnlv aS tlltnola rrenr.l t l T.. ilM
Trv - v vwmw Asvpvs, vsuv
TBAUtS ABJUVB At OJjao .
IU.. -......... . 4:00 a.m.
Gen'l Houthern Agt
J. H. Jojim. Ticket Asrt.
CITY BOOK & NEWS STORE
AGE.NT FOR TUB
Printed WraiJT-ini? Paper,
Butter Trays, &o.,
FOR SALE AT MiNCKACTUBEHlS rRICF.S.
ia Commrrrlal Avenue.
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Late of the St. Oharlee.
RATES: 12.00 PERDAY
CAIRO A ST. LOUIS R. R
. .. . . " TBJ
SHORTEST SHORT -r LINE
'-a ." to -. !.'.
rpaa trains by tela road connect it 81. f.ouie
si . . lTl n WI tUM "ar to
in nur,H, wwism WS1I,
TfUK SCUBDULK , '
Tlnoof b Kxpreit leaves Cairo I -4,'. a.m
,, ' - -1 Arrives K. St. Louta J :.io p.m
Aluriibysboro Accoruoiodation Ideates
Cairo m........... 2;J0 a.m
Murphyaboro Accomodation arrives at
Murpbysboro g .onn.m
Turpiiga tupreii leaves K. 8t. h uU :IS a, in
' , Arrlree at Cairo SJlp.m
Murphyaboro Accommodation Leave
Murpliysbo...-. 5.-0 ,,m
Wiirphyiboro Aroornmodatlon uirivas
at Cairo at ls.26p.tn
RXEHBlvR Tlie Cairo and St. Iritis
U.R. le die ONLV ALL RAIL KOLTK be
tween Cairo and St. Louis under one man
agement; therefore there are no delays at wa
laiiona awaiting ooaaecliona from other lines,
Paswenvara fwilM V...h H7l... ... wu.
. - ..viui, evuimn Mill, VTUei
should not boy uelrtlekets uodl they ust.
siihi.i viu in ic Man routee,
B. J. FINE, Qeneral Afe nt,Ulro. All.
SIGN OP. 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-All Colors Ready fur lb M,
Lard Oil. Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
The Elgin Kerosene Can
The Only Perf eot Can in
the World. Made of Glass
and Warranted not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Eveden. We sell at their prices
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHTNE
"Last week I bought a 10 cent packago of Washtne and done my washing la one bait
the usual time at lens than half the rout of Soap. My clothes were whiter. I did not
have to rub them, and It did not nbrlnk my woolone, and for once I was enabled to get a
hot dinner oa Monday. So ladle try n, and you will save labor, time and money. It r
perfectly safe to use it. . MKo. A.
6 and 10 ocnt Packages. Buy WASI1TNE AT BIBCLAT'B.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-0' guA'fiT00
German Syrup and August Flower.
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use-Very Cheap
houlder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
Tha Beat Ttiissph. All RtvlA
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoe Blackiner. StnvA RlA.p.1rini7
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
. . All Kinds of Almanaca Ftaa tn A I
The Best Extract of Buchu,
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills,
ft Malaria Kritr. nnA nil imta
Quinine, Smith's Tonic,
iwsmg Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Ffiafhftr Tlnatn-ra a-nrt
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
01. '',per PPg Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking. Shoe Dressing, andStovo Polish
Pure Imported Bay Rum, Splcndid-Caitad. Tw
Nnon Vne.!!.!. a a
.,, - aA..g.ai.u anu Ainvricaii Moapii Fine im
ported Handkerchief Extract In orlg t- ' .
, J nal Bottles or In Droken Quantl
. m wanted at low price.
The Family Safeguard
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. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas
rate the same with Insurance
Companies. Used by Rail
rads Street Cars and Hotels.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Homeonathin MprMHn ar
Sarsanariila and Blood
fc- tt-W j spas m HBBBJJSjr
at Barolayo' Drue Sioro.
as irw. j.troam a sou st.uiis.ia