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W. T. ScHDcrou Editor and Publlaber.
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Tk democracy of th tevtral oountlci
f U ttato of Illinois r requeated to
Mod delegate to tUU convention to bo
hold at SprlngftflH, UllnoU, THURSDAY,
tho llTH DAY APR!L,1878, at 12
'clock M., lor Uio purpoto of noralattng
ono candidal tor ibo office ot slate treas
urer, iud one candidate tor the office of
tUte luperlntentleot of publto Instruction
and to fcaniact such other business as may
cone betoro It. The several counties are
entitled to the following rcprenentatlon,
based cpon the vote for government In
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CYKL'rt 11. MCCOBM1CK,
Tbe committee uuaalmouslv recomend to
the democracy of the northern graaddivi-
ion and second appellate district, that
the? hold tbelr convention, lor tbe pur
pose of nominating clerks ot the ourpreine
anil anDellate courts, for said division and
district, at Jollet, on Thur.day, April 18,
And tor tbe central grind division and
. hlrd appellate clmiel itat lie dtleijate
appointed from said dl timon and district,
; to aae state convention, to meet In eonven
Vtion at Springfield, on tbe day said stato
convsutioo. ii held, at 10 a. in., for the pur
" pose of nominating clerks ol the surpreme
and appellate court tor said divUion and
And for tho southern grand division and
fourth appellate district, that they bold
tbolr convention at Centralis, Thunday,
Uay 16, 1878, for the purpose ol nomina
ting clerks ol the surpreme and appellate
Bourtt, lor said division and district,
,' Tho ratio ol repiesentatlon in said con
vention to be tho same as in tbe state con
vention. Thos. Shirhy, Secretary.
O, li. MeCormlek, C. 1). Holies,
. j. H, Mann, W. K. Murphy,
A. P. Ooodard, B. F. liurgon.
- , IiISTRICTS.
1. B. , Godoll, 11. J. M. liuub,
'I. Tho E.Courtney, VI. 11. P hbumky,
8. Tboma Shirley, 13. J. A. Mullorv,
4. Ktchard Bishop, 14. John W. Smith,
b. K. 11. Matsb, Ki. W. Cocbrane,
V J. 8. Drake, 1U. L. U. Parfons,
7. W. A. Steele. 17. H. C. (ierke,
i . J.lMilT. 18. T. K itouion,
0. W. T. Davidson, 1J. 8. 1. LaoueH,
10. George Edmunds.
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rOB CLBBK BUI'RKMI COL'HT, 8. G. I).
waatoautbariied to announce R. A. II. WIL.
BANKS, of WaahinKton County, at a camlidate
for dark of the Supreme Court, bouihcrn Grand
Division, Illinoit, mbject to Ui decision ol the
iaaaaoontlo Doniinatiun muimituss, lu lie held
' ITcenualia, May loth. 187s. 2 r. .t
Mft CUtK OF TUB APPBLLATS COURT
ffOUBTU DIBTICT, ILLINOIS.
Vt are autborlzel to announca .HARDIN
C AMIC of Cariyk. Cliaton County, u a candidate
fcrclarkafttw Apiwllat court, fourth diitrict,
tliaoia. MUlect to I he ileelniuu ot the Democratic
cal' ml to meet at UuUalia, May I' Ut,
aa al authorlea lo announce v. C. Le
OHORK, of fcffiiifCbain County, aa a canuieale
JoTalarkOf tit AppaUaw Court, fourth disUlot,
liliaoia. ubjaot to th decision of the Demo
llluaeoaTentlan called to meet at Cenralia,
- That Bncomfortablc renegade from all
palitlcal parties, and moral tramp, Donn
Plait, bu his bands lull just at this time.
II tuu engaged In t contest with Ucncr
i crcmn, and tue general nas written
' 1 ' lotttr full ot vigorous Kogllsh, and
f.ariR tn vein which show that its
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t yffiyat ia LUV1WU,I'I ivun.ui a ijv
CfiUl,Pltt' paper, hu lost much of
t , tlM) atalMlrUr mat it once nau. in snori,
, : iamfl Of belnx wiltjr and mischievous,
? 'MtorfaWrly, It Is disreputable, and bag
- It CJfDoe ol a blad-maillng sheet.
;v , i-';-r-..
EiciUTY-FivK business Wlures were re
portej In New York city during March,
Involving liabilities amounting to about
$7,000,000, whllo the assets are valued at
only about $3,000,000. Th failure in
February were flfty-seven, with total lias
bllitles estimated at $4,000,000.
Pinchback and J. Madison Vclls,;of
Louislaua and Washington, havu visited
Mr. Hayes lu relation to tho appointment
of a collector at New Orleans. Wells,
not yet convicted ol the numerous crimes
with which he Is cliHrgeil, urges thu ap
pointuieiii ot Andrrcon, wb baa been
convicted. The eliuics eeins to lie. be
tween Andersen uud Packard. As a
refoimer of the civil service Mr. Hayes
reminds one ot the youthful artist who,
alU'r completing two plotures, found it
necessary, to prevent doubts in the minds
ol his Iriends, to lable them. "This", he
wrote upon one, "is a rose," and upon
the other "This Is an elephant,"
Hon. Wm.IIaktzell has Introduced a
joint resolution In congrcbs proposing an
amondi.ul CM lli wua,otlbufeloii vf Ihu
L' ultcd States, lorever lurbidding the ns
tuiuption or payment of any claims or
demand lor loss or damage to property
in any ol the states lutely in rebellion.
The resolution hut been read twice and
n lerred lo the committee on judiciary.
The following Is the lull text of tho reso
lution: JOINT RKHOI.UTION
Proposing uu uuiciKiuii iit lo the tonsil
tiuiun oi the L'ulUU .States fori lidlug
thcbuuip'.U'iiur payujenlol aiiy cluuu
for lo." or dmnugo growlnj; out'oi ilie
taking, ui-e, or destruction of .property
within Hie linnm ot tlui Slates engaged
io the lute ri'lielliou.
liesolced, By the fceuutu uud liuue ol
repreeiitaiivetio( the United Slates !
Auieiic in conj-res atiseiutiiVd, (twe
thinls ol eaeli houne concurring), that
the following be tmiuosetl as hii anioiid-
ment to the coiibcitiuion of the Unlied
Smtes, which, when ratified by the iegis..
luturea 1 three-inurtliH ot the neveral
state, shall tie valid to nil Intents a'H
pui im'S a a part thereof, to-wii:
Akticlr. Neither the l.'itited Slates,
nor any tti"e that eii?fge(l In the war ol
the rebellion aguifist ilie trorernuieiit ol
the United Status shall ever uf uiim or
pay Hiiy eimm ir iiemaini tor loss or
damage t arising out ot the taking, use or
debt ruction ol any irnperty by any per
son engt?el In the military or naval ser
vice of the United States, or I'nder any
authority thereof, during the late wur ill
tho iebellion, witlitn the. iiiuits ol (he
slat engiiged In nld rvrH'ilion. '
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
dtlll Hnr;nx on lite kMMrketr-
Thr loo Amiable ( olourl relfc, atitl
ibe Ureal ttrOstcnejr of Itouro I'll
l.iilloflhe I'ont-Ifttrn niio the Halfx
What Slndo ftebara SilckT-Couk-llna'a
TroiM'iiea So hlroaajforllOHr
llllorlrl Board In ir Houao
his I'avar have the Hauar of Jet
Davia , Ken aril aud 4 tiaar 4'oiue al
from Our Ileular Cotrcapowlcnl.
Wamhinuton, D. C, April 8, li78.
Life will never be ruonotoooua in
Wa-hlngton. As Ion; as we are in pos-
svsion of tlie departments, and th care
ot tbe winds, and the Fog bank, some
times playfuMy called the national con.
giess, the average Washingtonlau will
always have his grand and thrilling tuo
meuts. The Wisconsin star, Howe, wno
is supposed to have invented a sewing
machine, has done some ruM.r.g lutely
for Hayes, and has succeeded in fairly
tucking up Schurz In his little bed, for be
went to bed sick for a week, and it waB
reported he was dead. I could not help
thlnkiug what a beautiful angel hu would
be with spectacles on, swinging on a
damp cloud, and gently waviug a largo
sized palm leaf fan. He got well, how
ever, but is evidently very sore Ironi the
custigation ol the VVinconsin orator.
There is much surprise that Howe's at
tack lias eliceted no reply; it aeems to
have redacted ou himself, lor he baa not
been In the senate for three days, and
the surmhie is that ho is either
sick, or is preparing an elaborate answer
to his own speech. Those who account
for his absence on the indisposition
hypothesis, say that the troches Senator
Conkling gave him during his celebraU
ed efforts were too strong for any but a
pugilistic physique, like that ol the colos
sal Conkling. The tempest raised by
Howe is still howling, and will, it is
thought, soon break out with redoubled
fury, but Just now the nation, through
its house of representatives, is preoccupi
ed with a doorkeeper. Mr. Polk, the
doorkeeper ol tho house, has been
brought betore a committee, tried, and
crucified on the cross of investigation,
and through at present It looks like the
old man would have to let go the door,
there has nothing been proven against
hliu, but an amiable incapacity to say no,
and that tie promised places to more peo
ple than there were placer to give. It
his promises had been fullilled there
would have been three or lour deputy
doorkeepers wrestling- with each door of
the capitol; doors of all kinds would have
been In great demand, and the hum of
Industry would have been heard In the
lumber regions of Michigan and Maine.
If Mr. Polk's promises could have been
carried out, the son of every member of
congress, or, 11 not his own son, then tils
nephew, or the son of his niotlieriln-law,
would have been made a page and the
number ot little boys that would have
been tumbling over each other on
the floor ot the houjo ol repre
sentatives would have mado the
leaves In Velamhrosa a tame
simile. What will be the next sensation
I will not venture to predict, " sulllclent
unto the day Is the evil thereof."
During this religious rest ot lent when
the belle has ceased from waltzing, and
nas ceaseti the toot horn pest, your cor
respondent, no longer hurried with halls,
rcccpi ions, ana fetes, Indulge in rail
nlssenccs, and Hie grateful nhllonophlo
quiet of pastoral (boarding-tiouse) lire.
The population of Washington IsdlvN
ded into two classes, (soniowhat nnata-
gousto the division ol humanity into
beasts :of burden and beasts ot prey)
boadlng-house keepers, and boarding
bouso lodgers; and tho great end and
Im of each is to get the bettor ot the
i 11 I In aaaaaaaaaaaaaai 1 at
Sther. If any skeptic, I us the word in
s etymological not its theological
sense, wants to study human nature,
and can afford to loose money lor his
labor, let him start a boardlngihouse lu
Washington. There are many historic
boardlng-houpes here, no matter how
grand and palatial a Washington man
slon may have been, or, how distin
guished the men. or lovely tho women,
that may have posed, plotted, waltzed,
scintillated and flirted in Its once bril
liant . salmons to the boarding-honso
favor must It com at last. The old time
housw whre Beverly Tucker once onter
tained In his Virginian style, wa, dur
Ing the wnr, and Is now a boarding-house.
The houee in which Seward lived,
and In which his daughter so
heroically defended ber father, and foiled
the assassin on the night that Lincoln
was killed, has fallen Into Hue, and the
coat of arms over its door bears this leg
end ''HOOMS to Lkt with Boaiid."
Tho oM Commodore Wllke's mansion
has ben lor years a boarillng-homu.
Here Belknap lived in thconily dav
his secretarynhit), and here his landlady
sued hliu lor his jras bill. The common
fate hH.t also befallen the liaudsiuiie
iiiHtiiioii of Cliiel Justice Chase, niter-
warUi tlie l.ouw ot his aon-in-luw, Sena
tor Spr fciie, and the hou.-e where we
ail liked to id . thu kindly old mar,
and attend the u;,erl reeelpMona of hid
daughter; thin tn.i has heeouic a bemrd
ing men .feile, iin.J Inst winter had llio
gastni mtlefl In il.-fmilf orpiyment tl
gas bill. Th house Jell'. IMvis lived in
wn c.itivened nut longslnco into a rejs
tama'it. Such U puliilojoefll 1. o
here, one day rvsplemlant whh l.or&es,
cart iHges. music. Ilt w a rs- beautiful wt
rn'ii ami gallant im.n; the next it burst
jhgot'tne bubble, debt ilruoe. hou-e
for rent, mrriitur lor kmIi ih red tli g
(lit at itooi. Lite i slmit, but it i.- very
tunny. , c .
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Tkv ii, lor It never diM(ie ms. I .
Hull's i-nugh strop. Per hot lo L"i cl.
flow England i3 Gaiag t3 .Do It.
rir want of a military editor.' we have
long been uniible to tell our u.Jen ex
actly what would be 'be rruJi it Kng
lamuhonld "get into a :anglo" with
Kit-sin. The N'tw Yolk Sun of April J.I,
lu the to! lowing X'ruei. make the whole
mutter I'tileclii' citar. 1 l lo be hod
that BencniMk'd wiij udojil the .S'ui'i
pl.itn'1 in-r: tuns iucueoi a .liilii ultj
aciliaily bienkiug uui :
There ld HiUrprend (union ihat, un
los Lniaiitl luims an alanine Willi
Austria, she caiu.ut iimUriake nr j.ros-
cute iiiiiiinry operations against llus
sia. Tlie iiefl;o:i l,u.-, of eour.-e, ih ui
considered by tlio liriueh luililarv mi
thorhies. who are cou tismit wiihnl! the
circLmuanees oi the c.He, and it is barLy
to be supposed lint they would make
prc-iiardiious lor u eunimij.'ri which is ut
teily impraclicablu. Mud ol the impractic
ability of which the Itu?. nils UiU. t be
as well aware as they are.
l.njlam! desires to cheek Hussian
preitiisions to keri) i'lip-iia out ol Con
ctii!i!'.oiile, and to prevent ii iisja troiu
retting coutrol of the Uosphorus. -Now,
let a British iorcu of 00,000 men lie
lajitled at or near (j-tllipcli. whicli would
not he a dilticult undertaking ; let this
force establish iLieli on defensible ground
near tbe cua-t. where the navy can give
it support ; let it in; reinforced with all
pomitiie pei;d. from the holy ot
400.000 dniied in, u ia England,
which, according to Sir Oarm.t
Wolseley, can take the lield In a
day, supported by 372 lield guns; let tbis
foruiidahle army operate in tho rear of
the Ilussian army at Constaritinople.aml
upon its lines ot communication, running
northward; at the same time, let the
British Iron clad", now In the sea ot
Marmora, make their way through tbe
llosphortis into the Black sea. destroy
tho Kujsian vessels ot wa.1, operate along
the IliMiuelian coast ot Hie Black sea be
hind Constantinople, prevent all lius-
siati communiraMous thrmiL'h tbe
BlHek sea, and put a stop to ihe trans
portatlon ot supplies from Odessa or
elsewhere to the Kussian army In Tur
key ; at the same lime, let a small liritish
force seize Scutari, or some other con
venl?nt point on the Asiatic side of tbe
llosphorus; let these entirely practicable
operations be prosecuted with proper
energy and skill, and neither Constan
tinople nor the Bosphorus will remain
for any length of time under the
power ot Russia. England will
have acconmlistnd her nurnne. nni! nhn
ciintiiaintain her position against all the
armies of Kuxsia, thomrh Russia should
carry on the war lor live years or tor
Awl wiuie hriKian'l Is ripping tbintrn
up all around the Hessian army and
navy In such a cruel manner, Kussian h
expected to quietly "grin am) bear It." .
() Dana , knowing Aana ,
You're wise as Kama Anna,
And tuu Warlike prophecy,
May Yet " make you takoa tree. "
LUuiks are too highly prized to permit
them to suffer with colic, flatulence, etc.,
when Dr. Hull's baby syrup will at once
relieve them. Price 25 cents.
Ordera for Cool by tho oar-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to, .
To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, we are preparod
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uatform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
ontceoa wbtri oont root of nth alrtwl.
Ottic ol llalliOay Brultien, upiHialt SI.
Kirypnan Alills, Twentieth ttreet.
4.41 Damp, Biol of I hirlyMilKlKh slnvl, or
I'tut Office drawer io
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, ( Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
'vDiy. -floods, Boots and Shoos.
Clothing, Eats and Caps, Coffees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Tickings, Dress Goods, Silks.
A lull line of Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladies' and Misses' Hoots,
This stock Is entirely New and Fresh. Special attention given to Country trade.
Oar Sto k embraces everything needed in the City or Country, in Groceries or Dry
Goods. Pleaso give us a call, examine our goods and prices betore yon buy.
Tho following Curo It probably tho most
remarkable evar effected by any medi
cal preparation for tho treatment of
ffilmi,-T liorohy omiry that I have had Ca
tarrh lur ten yaara. anil for the Ut aix yearn have
2? ? ""crer. I wan rendnrrd rmrUully
deal, had biiuiiuj In llio luad, pain aoroaa the turn
pie. dly apclla, wcnlc ar.. jialnful eyca, awoll.'n
and ulcerAVd toinl!, hard and constant conch,
H-Tfra pain aorons tho chen, and ewry Indication
ofeniMumpunn. My hsail achwl all the time. The
niatlir arninialiitfd o rapidly In my head and
throat that 1 could not keep Uitan free. Frequently
at nlKht I would jprlng cut of bed. It aeemed to
me, at the point bfauflbcalion. 1 woulil Ihea haa
rocounMi to eve r)' ninlainv power to dislodco
the umcua frotu uiy throat and kt-ail before beinrf
ahlf totlerpaanla. For a pcrlcdofilx yean tciy
tmwl to were nirerntrd and no mnr.h Inflnmcd that T
could with dlrtictilty swullow. I fliiallyeoniultcd an
eminent anreron In reitanl to nn ope ration on them,
but at hl riie.t pcmlnonwl It. Theconalaut In
flHminanon nnd ulceration In uiy thro.it causi d by
the pou.ouusiii3ttirclro.ilnK down from my head
hadiiolrritMediiiidlnnarDd my lunintliatlcmii! li
ed luceanantly. a deep, hard coiiKh. Meanwhils
niyayMeinbeiraBtoahowtlia effeetaorthia dlec,
o Uint I li.at Uv-X (rruw palu.aid nhuwed. every
ymiitoni of an e:irlv deaihiy conmmptlon. When
inattera hud reached thiaataire.or about ll month,
ao, I buKin Ihe use of bANroaii'a IUdical Cuaa
HiH t ataesh. After uli )j the flrst bottle lboaaii
to Improve rapidly. The Dm dmoaeemed locLar
my head ot I had not known It to be for year,. It
vvnied ra.hiall to nrrcat the dlnharict. !
!o;.ie(f tin cough lit thro itai't. Bv usimr It a
fiarvk'I nwurcdiieedthelnfliiinmalloii and awelU
ncif my tonil,ao that they a. Kin ceased to troubli
. The a-ircniK at row my chitl dlaappenre l,
tbe nui:inir none In my head ee.im d. my aenwa ci
teeing iuiiI of h irln wera completely ret.in I.
aadr.fi:iyayiupti of (llnea-e that had reduced iim
I.) the n ri: of the (rravo diiwppeared by the uj
ci .(-vroMi'a RantrAL (tiik ma ( ATArrti.
i hivj been t'.ii, ejplh.it l."'niuf. a a drurct't,
I hneeen n jpent d-'itl ef eurTi rihir from :i .iru,
a:ut lioj to couvinca many that thu li a li-i. .t
t am fnmntw rrlfh the t'eatmrnt efratirTh m
rrnctiai'd by tut neat r hh'lniiii. and h-.i c . ousin
fcd Hi.: !n.i:.l Linini-iit about mveaeM. I ,avn i, d
every kii. 1 of i.u.dy nnd .ipp'aratuiti.at b.we i;r
peered duclif u p. rind "f aix year pant, an. I have
while pjlloviiii thnr tio,l.rii irr"iiiearo of in
ucih. n Bi'alUi.tii.ti.litHl aed no relief or encoorn.-.
incr,! fniin ni'v of w.ri.
lwsio.s, Ieb.il ll.j. OEO. F. DLNSMOKE.
linn pcrnontlly rppeared the ll.-,.rL- T.
PniKiuore, nnd mmle oein mat ar piri'voliiKatate
cici.lby hipi ntiH-rlh-d .: n.-f(irejn-
H.lil J. jiip1AS. Jujl.cuulllii.Vejee.
Hidi piev-i-ije enntalna Dr. Panfnrd't tinpror-d
Inhimii Tithe, a ith mil d'reeik.p.- for u..n 1:1 n'l
c.. Fries, Sl.ffl. Fur irnle by ail T.'h:,ile a' I
T:etnil llruiiri'.. throii-iifri-L i!.. rnit'd siit'i.
MKS A Pomn. Om.r.il Agents and Vho:.:.
Ba1..: Ilroffpit., JloKron. M.i-ii.
Affords Ihe most fjratef ;l r?lief In a!I
AfTections of tho Che:-t and Lungs.
CHRONIC PLEURISY CURED.
Menn.'WirK. ft Porrrr:! Ontt,en.- Ita-lna;
for inaiy niontn. pjt 'iii..red w.th a vi rv liinu
aide, called by my i hy.icUn f.hron.". ')'.Miri,v,
cann-d byaforiner injury and itr!Un,anit forwnhli
I med many jircHcrliiii'iiu ami linlui' nl, well ai
the fo-calltd ilieur'..uic cuic, wit;.ni Hi: lT.it
benefit, inv phvli:.,n rrcmnui" nd-d oneofvoi.r
Coi.i.ink' Vnnain Ci.aarBbK. vlneh.to nv great
nrprie, relic v- d Ihe p .in and firm, m nlm'r.t u.i.
medtnti ly, nnd I linve h--en hhtc t utt.-ml Pj n y
linuaehold nir.iriicv.T .nice With purfi-ei ea-: at. 1
onifott, wt?"reii, heforo the npplicvlon of your
ItivAlnalo I'ln.ter. I rvn aearciiy ahle t (! ) any
tnliiK- 1 con-IH.T t.'ium ineHtliiiabU'. and nlmil ivit'i
plenre r.-cointiu nd the nt . th efflu led. Yon t
re:peetl'illr. Una. Ft'ASCtsi ilAUiilMA:.'.
OLa.vd, ile, A?i il 21, l-'iO.
There tanomciicol -'r proleettve apidlancclhrt
will tirov- Kr.iteinl nnd eltccttv in licliliti
t'ouiha, Irritation and forene-n of the f'heiit an I
LtiDifn. Ve hcheve them cup.tblc of pruvcutiba
61 wuj dueaaea ol them oiana.
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At Wn.loeal. u4 Retail.
At the Old Delmonico Hotel,
5-im Xo. OH Ohio Levee
Goods at tho Lowest Prici
Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
Children's Shoes, OeuU' Boots and Shoes
Can Bo Beautiful
ly Dyed or Ile-
pairod at a Trif
Clothes, Ung Expan8e
lafiits' ill Eds', c. o. d.
Old Hats Ma'de New.
4 II AS. siirxuiY,
Ao. ;.0, 1 :i thth Street.
LLI.N0IS CENTRAL R. R.
St Louis & Chicago
The- only Bond Running Two
Dnily Trews from Cairo.
Did teii;s sits S:
i 1 1
Trains Lenvn Cairo
lilOp.m. Kat Kxprei., arriving In t.
l.ouN :50 p. m.j ('hlcnifo, 7:.'iO, a.m.
i:20 p.m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
ViLLE I'AST LINE
A;nvio,'ln Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louts
rille, i.'i'i, a in.: ludimupotiH, 4.1ft a.m.;
I'a'itnfnrH hy tbU train arrive at above
Of AY QTBZK S0UIS.
I:) i. m. flint Mail witti tleenera attaeb
eil, for SC. Li) VIS and CiilCAUO,
airlvlns in St. LoulH at 0:30 a.m. Cbl
vaio at 4J5U p.m. Conneetini; at Odin
or Kihogham lor Clucinu ttl, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
fbHuerjeru by thin Una go through to
tlie without any delay caueu by
Inn SAl'fJKUAK AKTEItSOON Tit AIM
KHOM CAIRO ARRIVES IN NEW
YuRK MONDAY MOBS IN li
AT 10:J5. v
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY OTHER ROUTE.
Advertisement of cuuipotintr lines that
they mke better time tban tlila ono, are
are iaaued either through ignorance or a
desire to mialead tne public.
Iror ttirougn tickets and intormation,
tpply at lllinoln Central B. R. Depot, Cairo.
TUAWS AHJtlVB AT CAiaO
Gxpreaa ..m..2;)i) p m
ia.l M m. 4:eua.ITi,
J A3. JOHNSON,
Gen'l Southern Atj
J. li. JoNKd, Ticket Aid.
23. X1. PAIIKEII
CITY BOOK & NEWS STORE
AGENT KOR TIIK
and Bag Co.,
Printed Wrawiiie Paper,
Butter Trays, &c.,
HR .LB AT MANCPACTUBKR8 1'ltICK?,
Sn. I3S t'onimerelnl Avemio.
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Lata of the St. Charles.
RATES: 82.00 PER DAY
CAIE0 & ST. LOTJIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
TUK (mine liy this road oonnoet it Si. I.ouis
nod Eant8t. Louis, with allcUier lined lo
tlie llortli, CMt anil Wimt.
" TIMR 80HEDTJLR .
TltrouKh Kxpien lavea Cairo H .m
" , " Arrlvca K.Su Loula 5 :.w p.in
Sluribyaboro Accomtnoilatlon Lvavea
'Ulru m 2.20 p. m
iiirpliyeboro Accomudatlua trrlvci at
Murpbysiioro ., fl:Onp.m
Tlirongu tuproes Iavea K. Hi. I. uia ill a,m
" " Arrlvea at Cairn A;IA p,m
MHrphyilioro AccomiiKiilulliin Uavea
MurplivtlMiro..... 5;'i0 a.m
Murpliyiboto Aexyinillioiliitiiin airlvil
ut Cairo at ii .'ilp.m
REMEMBER Tlia Calm ami u lunula
U.U. u ihu oXlV ALL UAIL UOl TK lie
loeoa Cairo and St. 1oiiIh umli r one man.
anerrlem ; tlirarnra ihciu are no ilelaya at way
lattom awaillog eonneotlona Vom oUier tinea.
Vawemrem GuIdz Nnrlh, Norlhcaut and Went
aliouiil nui buy tb.lr ticket itoUl thy havo ex
aiuiued cur relet and route .
I.. M. JOMN80N, Oea'l MMiaaer.
It. J. KIN B, Ucnaral Afent, Cairo, IliT
-Ca.I3 V1.3rO XI
OLD ri.ATRD W ATCH KM. Clieap.
eatln lo knnwnworle, HampkWak-if'rtih
4mH. Addrca, A Cf V1.TI AC 1
hd zona? Biia5arv ;
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee.
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Window Glass; Putty
Paints-Ill Colors Rsadj fir tie H,
Lard Oil. Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
Tb( Elgin Kerosene Can
The Only Fereot Can in
the World. Mado of OlaBs
and Warranted rot to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TAKES and .
i ns uest in use. latent uome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
uiaiiyiaviiuitu uj Tiisuildl.u
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 DeOinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHENE
"I.at week I houxhtalO cent packajro of Wa.shine and done mv wanblng in ono bait
the uaual time at leM tiian halt the cost, ol Soap. Hj clothe wore whiter. 1 did not
have to rub them, ami it did not uhriok ray woolonH, and for once I was enabled to get a
bot dinner on Monday. So ladles tiy it, and you will Have labor, time and money. It Is
perfectly nale to ueo it. MBS, A.
5 and 10 cent Packages. Buy WASHINE AT BABCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-0' SSSS
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use -Very Cheap
houlder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen ;
Tho Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
tthoe Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue tono Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to Al
Tho Be3t Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsapariila 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 Cloth
. ' Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink, .
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twin
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and tove Polish
Pure Imported Bay Hum, Kjtlciidld Canada Tar
Hoap EiigllMli and American Soaps Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extracts In. orlgl- -nal
Ilottles or In Broken Quantf
tie an wanted at low price.
Buy Yoiar Brcago
At Barclays' Drug Sioro.
rAw3rded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. S. GOV
ERNMEMT 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
rads Street Cars and Hotels.
V JVM jXtM T .M
. a kier.'3
i: a ni.;.)
i.f ' . -sX i - fl t J'llfP 'Jw
at Dr. Woods' Prices.