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F. SoaooaxM, Editor tad Publltlier,
Tii democracy of the tewal counties
t lb tUU o( Illinois art rtquestad to
end dalegatoa to a tUU contention to be
hold t Springflaia, lUlnoU, THURSDAY,
Uu 11TB DAT OF APEIL, 187S-, t IS
o'clock for thi parpoN of nominating
on candidate; for the office oi staU treas
urer, and on candidate tor the office of
late luperintendent of pubilo Instruction
and to transact iucU other bnelneie ai may
one before it. The eeveral oountlei are
entitled to the following representation,
bued ipon tbe vote lor government In
Vot for Stew- No.
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CYBU8 II. McCOHMlCK,
Tut committee unanlmouiilv recomend to
the democracy of the northern granadlvi
Ion and second appellate district, tbat
ibt y bold their convention, for the pur
pose of nominating clerks of the surpreme
and appellate oourta, for aald division and
district, at Jollet, on Thursday, April 18,
And tor the central grai d t'lvislon and
bird appellate clblrlct, that li e delegate
appointed from aud dUlston aud district,
to the state convention, to meet In conven
tion at Springfield, on the duy aald state
onvention Is held, at 10 a. m for the pur
pose of nominating clerks ol the turpreme
and appellate courts lor said division and
And for the southern grand division and
fourth appellate district, that they bold
tbalr convention at Centralis, Thurtday,
May 16, 1678, for the purpose oi nomina
ting clerks of the surpreme and appellato
courtt, for said division and dmtrict,
Tbe ratio Of representation in laid con
ventions to be the same ai In the Mate cnn
Thob. SniRMY, Secretary.
C. k.McCormlck, C. D. Bollei,
J. B. Mann, W. K. Murphy,
A. 1'. 'G oodar J, B. F. Burgon.
" ' DISTRICTS.
1. It. V, Godell, II. J. M. Bubh,
2. Thos E.Courtney, V:. IL l Shumay,
a. Tbomae Shirley, 18. J. A. Mallory,
; Klcbard Biihop, H. JobnW. Btnitb,
n, f, II. Maiab, 15. VT. Cocbrane,
6. J . S. Drake, 1 8. L. B. I'arsona,
7, w". A. Steele, 17. II. C. Uerke,
B. J. UufT. 18. T. Bouton,
a, W. T.l)aTidion, ltf. S. Z, Landcs,
JO. Qeorge Edmundi.
VOK Olla SUPKEMl COURT, 6. O. I).
wcaraautborited loanDOUBoa R. A. I. Wir.
H ANK. of WaalrliiKtoa Uouoty, M a Oandidate
fof 0 or luv ouprvmv wurt, ouuuicrn uraaa
IMTleiom flUBoit. aubjeet lo Um deoiilon ol the
lumneratlo nomilutlDI enmmtUco, to be buld
itciniraUa, May ISth, If?. Je-'77
for ctstK or tiik aitiixatk covat
We are autliorUd to annoaoot : UAltDtM
CAHK Of Certytai CUatoa eouoty, ai a candidate
Cjf Ol'" O1 lum HHiaw Willi, ivurin WIHin,
lUlaola, Mhjact to b daclaioD of the Ucmocratlc
coawauon. oiiwi w imb. m uihuwh, way auut,
We are authoriied to annoanoe W. C
GEOnJb, Oi bnaiuw wu'uj, mm m naamw
foreU of tb ApinlUte Court, bunk district,
' ' JUiBOi utrjeot to th diRiiloa of (lie Demo
lata, ut. 7 7
. Dr. BUpben II. Ty uar, 8r preach
LU Csrtwrtl aermoa to St. George's
Ctrri to New York, hut Sunday. Dr.
Tjrji"M WMveranoeot his rela
; srWi 0t George'i ; church, alter
ta&rM yatra, with regret and sor
' Cj til betn la tbe ministry lor
k fun m4 mv In the 70th
Vf:tf itUaf. Ho was born la New-
TUB WINSOCBI ATOBinir.
Already iome ol the Missouri papen
are expressing their pretorencei tor U.
8. senator. Tbe candidates prominently
mentioned are Geo. C, Vest, Chas. II.
liardln, Samuel T. Glover, Gov. Phelps,
and Col. J. O. Broadhend. The last
named gentleman has declined entering
the race. Mr. Wm. Hyde, editor of tbe
Republican,' would make a very strong
candidate and St. Louis would have In
him an able representatlvefltted for the
position la every respect. His efforts In
behalf of the otitlro Mississippi villey
have been of great Importance, ami tor
the next ten years, the Interests ol the
valley will be the leading question to be
advanced by the Missouri senator.
A srECUL to the St. Louis Il.tuubli
can1 of the 11th say s i The house com.
rulttee on Mississippi river improvement
agreed upon a bill for a commission to
survey and make estimates on a plan for
the general Improvement of the river be
low St. Louis. The Cjckrell bill was
taken aa abaiis but changed materially,
In the first place it was stipulated that
three of the five commissioners should be
army eDgmeers. and that the other two
should be "persons' familiar with tlio
river. On tho motion to so amend the
bill JtobcrtRon ol Louisiana, was the
only member who .voted In tho hcffatlvo.
Tbo salary of tho commissioners
wm rmluced from $0,000 to $1.
000. Tho appropriation for tlio
cxpunscs of the survey . was in
creased Irom $100,000 to 250,00. lu the
original bill, it was directed that on the
adoption ot the plan by tho president of
the commission it blio'uid be rclerrcd to
tho wcrctary ol wur and the president ol.
the United States and. it adopted by
llicm, tlio secretary of war was to order
tho money appropriated In the river and
liarbnr Mil to te usvd hi carrying out tbe
plHii ot the cominiotiitm. This was amend,
cd ho as to make it nece&sary to first re,
port bHek to conres belore tbe com
mencement of tho work on tho commis
sion's plan, necessitating at leant two
yearn' delay. An amendment was also
adopted making it tho duty ol the com.
mission to report some plan lor tbe re
clamation ot overflowed lands." This
aisurcs action by the present congrena on
this Important measure.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
From Our Itegular Corrcipondcnt. J
WasHixoTON, D. C, April 10,1878.
The election of Gen. Fields, of Georgia,
an ex.confederato soldier, as doorkeeper
of the house, yesterday was made the
occasion of remarks by General Butler,
ot Massachusetts, and Messrs, Frye and
Hale, ot Maine. Mr. Frye has the ln
stlnctx ol a gentleman, and at time gives
to questions affecting tho whole country
a manly and even generous treatment
He did not act the demagogue yesterday,
as Butler and Halo did, aud his epeeuli
was wholly upon the question of tbo citi
zenship of Fields I This was a legltl'
mate question. The speeches of Butler
and Halo were not directed to any sub
Ject before the house, but to the voters
of the north over the head ol tho subjoct
under discussion. They called attention
to the tact that tho Republicans ot the
bouse wished to put a union soldier,
though a Democrat, In the position
while the Democrats desired to elect
Confederate soldier. Thirteen years ago
such talk was just aa base as now and
just as false, but was not as well under
stood. Thirteen rears in which tho
Democrats ot Maine have nominated for
omco union soldiers as often as tho
Republicans have done so, should hnvo
warned Mr. Hale that tbo time had pass
ed lu which this sham ot special devotion
to tho union soldier could impc -s upon
If the Democracy Is to lose ground in
the next two years it will not bo because
tho Democrats ol the houso were unan
imous In voting for nu cx-confedcrato
soldier for a minor offlse, but because
they ara not oltcner unanimous upon
quHtlona of real Importance to the voters
ol the country.
Debate in the senato yesterday was
upon the I'dolUc railroads funding bill
and was ol more than ordinary interest.
Senators Thunn an, Kornan, Sargent aud
Blaine spoke. It now appears likoly that
Ihurman'aUU tho billot tho judiciary
committee will be so amended as to
make Its terms a final settlement with
the roads, and then bo passed, lc re
quires a fixed portion one-fourth of
the not profits of tbe roads to be set
apart for the benefit ot tho government.
The tariff bill of Mr. Wood comes up
to-day, unless as onco belore, tbat gen
tleman gives way to other business.
Mr. Wood will make tho opening speech.
He6aysthat the recent publication by
the bureau of statistics, apparently show
Ing that under bis bill the revenue
would bo many millions less than at
present, Is deceptive, and that it Is pub
lished now lor tho purpose ot defeating
his measure. Bo claims tbat the satuo
amount oi money can be raised, with loss
expense, and in a manner loss burdens
some to the people, and less Injurious to
commerce, under his proposed act than
under existing luw. In commercial cir.
cles aud by thinking meu everywhere,
the debate on thU important subject will
be read with great Interest. It is ajalu
reported that Anderson of Loaislana,
will be made collector of the port ol New
Orleans, and this time tbe story Is told.
In a way to make It appear orobable
The official knowledge Mr. Hayes has of
Anderson is, In substance that by a
manipulation oi votes in Louisiana (de
nounced as a fraud by Justice Strong of
the electoral commission who voted for
Hayes), Anderson succeeded In stealing
the presidency from Tilden. Tbe nnoffl.
dal knowledge he hit of him Is tbat
Anderson was tried (or portion of tbat
offence, wu convicted and escaped pun
lahment through a technicality. On tola
knowlodgollayea propoiee to elevate the
aervloe by giving Anderson office.
Grant wouldn't do that, Hilto.v.
1TOWS AND NOTES.
A Mississippi Judge was just saying
that no one hut a coward would carry a
pistol, when his own fell from big pocket,
was discharged, and the bullet hit a
lawyer In the leg. Detroit Froo Tress.'
Mr Henry Borgh, who says thero Is no
such thing as hydrophobia, still declines
to accept the offer ot an eminent New
ork city physician to Inoculate blm
with tbe saliva ot a rabd dog tor tho pur
pose ot deciding the eontroverty.
Mr. William D. Ilo wells, the editor of
the Atlantic.' made thU neat little
speech at the Bayard Taylor binquet
"All that I can do Is to with our guest
God-speed, and beg him to remember
tbat while he cannot remain too long In
Germany to honor in, be cannot come
home too soon to plotee us,"
Kate Sanborn wants to know why so
many men ofgonlusare unmarried? But
we dind't know there were so many men
ofgeuius, anyway. There aro several
hard workers who might bo pointed out,
but men ot genius well, there uiny have
been one. say, years and yoars ao, and
yet he was married, If wo remember
aright, to a girl named Ant.le Huthaway.
N-eretory Evurts is still in tbe fur Wet
with his sick 8011 ; .Secretary Sherman is
attonding to matters ot government
finance In New York city; Attorney Gen"
eral Devcns is vMilitig in Massachuaotts,
aad Postmaster General Key hm hot vtt
returned from Kluri.U. Only Secretaries
McCrary, ThoniiMt:i vi-1 Solium gossip
arutiud the eiint-r, i.itj , lr, Washington.
The .spring Held (III.) '.lotirnat' says
(list Mrs. Abraham Lincoln, who resides
in tho romantic little lty ot Pan, near
thebuso of the Pyreiiet a, in Southern
France, is lu almost weekly cordial and
Intelligent correcpondeiico with lier
friends io Sprini'tMJ. The pnper re
gards the report tb it (iiu lady isHti ukl to
return to America lc.t (-he may kudi
bo placed in ahinatie uvliitn an without
'I lie huu3 ckaiising nMon mukes
ouMntbs DrisK tor an brandies ot coio.
merce. It Is a tlmo when wmdow.glasf is
broken, bureaus smashed, cliairslcg
twisted out of joint, tub-liati JImh yanked
off, mirrors fractured, plaster gouged
out, stoves cracked, railings knocked
down, crockery pulverized, ud tlio honso
Itself wrenched from Its moorings. All
these have to be replaced or righted, and
this accounts for the present sudriwi re.
vlval In trade.
Miss Dickey adds a new chapter to the
great social scandal ot Cincinnati, by
publishing a card saying to Mr. John B.
Titus, her treJucer, and his friends tbat
it she Is to be further pursued by the
publication of books, and by letters Mid
cards trora the head ot the church of
which she was a member, she may be
compelled in selfsdeiense to make public
letters which at various times have been
written to her by thelumlly of Mr. Titus,
which, if published, would in some re.
spects give tbat laniily a taste ot that
agony which their conduct lias given
their victim, Jliss Dickey herself.
Talking about Jokers geltlDg bit, a Chi
cago wholesale firm made a nice little vic
tim of itself tbe first day of this month.
With great gravity a member ot the house
told one of the niesiengero of the esUblis
meot to go to a manufacturing establlib.
rant and order "twenty dozen rubber
steel corsets." The! youth started off on
Mi errand, while tbe clerk "he he'd." But
he laughs best wbo laugh last, and the
boy wbo had been "April fooled" bad the
tatiaiaction of seeing a wagon drive up to
the door in an hour or tiro and deliver
exactly "twenty dozen rubber-teel cor
eU" lor there Is.uch an Invention.
TheEidor James Gordon Bennett
"Typo." a writer in the llarrisburz
'Telegraph,' In giving pome Interesting
reminiscences of the late James W". Weir,
when, as a boy, he was employed In
Johnson's type loundry In Philadelphia,
While Mr. Weir Wft St T.. .fr,!insr,n"
he made the acquaintance oi J uuies Cor
don Ue.nnctt, then enguged as a writer on
tho 'Pennsylvunlan.' the Demooratle or
gan ot tbe day, In Philadelphia, ileti-
nett was described by Mr. Weir to tho
writer ot this memorandum ba nn r.x.
ceedingly obtrusive youne man, inquisi
tive as well as acquisitive, lie was one
ot those men wbo always desired to
know, lie was ejected Irom tbe Penns
ylvanlan offlje lor having attempted, af
ter the paper hud been put to presj, to
lueert a paragraph In the torin denouocs
ing General Jackson for vetoing for the
Unted I btatee bank bill. Benjfimin Mimin,
one of tbe DroDrictors. havi n-r inr-tun
ately entered tbe offloo just as JJennet
was in the act ot putting tbe paragraph
In the lorm, and at ouce learning the
purport, kicked tho Scotchman
street, which little aocidont drove Ben
nctt out of Philadelphia to New York,
wucro u enoniy aiwrwara protected
aud established the -Herald the ilrst
type used for which were purchased at
I.. Johnson's. Mr. Weir novnr hart a
personal acquaintance with Bennett, but
"X, 1 u,ei n,ul Wltl- others whom
ho did know.
1 (it. ChIiI
St Louis, Mo
A. KICK. A. vr r
Taa stn. aw "
FULL LIFE SCHOUHSHIPJ $81 00
MOST Complet. Thotoagh and Practioi
ownM of Htorly la tb L'nitxl Stales.
eoarM indiipanaibl (o Teryyunnc man rvo
barklafoiithttMofUA. 'or IllutraM Oirnlar,
THnfl A.urr-v a u n
uT,; . i I. .wMi"f u w iwk4. .A. mm m
OUR MOTTO: " The Best
Corner 8th street and Commercial Ave.
CK- XES 3E CD 3 SB 11 SSe,
- . -Dry Goods, Boots and Shoos,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints'fDomestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Tickings, Dress Goods, Silks.
A lull line of Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladies' and Mines' BootH,
This stock is entirely New ami Fnwh.
Oiir Stoi k embraces evcrvtbimr needed in
Goods. I'lcase tivo us a call, examine
The followlns Cure Is probnbly the moat
remarkable mr effected by any modi
oli preparation for tho treatment of
i.n.'.I'fvTJiCl horc,!: C,r0fr I " c .
a? . trrlMaulIerar. wM rn(lera partially
ajar, bad I burning- in tha hand, palna acmw th tD
.. dirty 'pell. W!-alt and rilnCi)! eyi-a, twoll.'u
af wre mlo acKiM wo client, and avrry Indlcatlo-i
, .;,jtM mi nft UPlfl. ihj
K'.V.n'i'nf1 f? '3li' ,n mT head an l
throat tbat I conlil not Uerpth-m free. Frcoucntli
tt nlijbt I would ;p-m mit of lir.l, It ncfnicd to
MB, a! thr point ot auflocailnn. 1 wrmlrt tlmn hnvn
rjconrae to every mr.nm m m, pon-erto dli-loi-m
tho mucus from tiiy tproat ml bad brfora boluif
tonf l! wcr nlwatcd ami fo m-i-ti l:-.(lmd that 1
could irlthdlHrnltyi,wallow, IfiinUvconMiUHao
f mlocnta urron In rc urd to on opf ration oo thuni.
bnt at h rcftif po.tuoiiKl It. TbcconMant In
flsnimatlon and ulceration luiny throat caunn-lbT
tlio t.olvnous riatter dropping down from my hcvl
cd Inceksantly. a drp, hard rorili. Keanwhiln
my aysicio buftan to bIiow tUe t-ffectaof th l d ucav,
to that 1 loai flch, Rrcw halo, and allowed cvr'y
rrmptomof on (.-itrly ileatli byconmmptlon, V.h.-n
ioitni lm.1 rt-ached thli taifi-, or alinut ulr montl.
Bi!o,l, begun thoii-eof Baaromi'a Hapical Cum
ran Catarrh. Alter nMn tli.. hrtt bottle 1 bci;.in
to Improre ruplilly. Tbo flrat done artmeil toc!uf
uiy beat as I had not known It to be for yuars. It
The korent-sa acro.o iny rhfl dlsappi-orv.l.
the buz.lni( nolst-l in uiy liea
".used, my nenH-l
Bcclint mid ofbenrlPK wera cnmolftclv rwtnn-d.
and crrrytyinptnin ordlaemo tliatiird rrdurcd nr
t the Ten;.) of the (trave dl-appi-an d bi- His uj
imim1 RAoiPAt. urm f Civakhu.
I harolMfntlnia eipllclt hwankr. as a ilruir.,
Ilnveiiceii au-eat dual of enncrlnt Irom C.iun'i,
aii'l hope to couvlncs many tliut tnl w a
1 am famlllnr Tritlt thi trcrraent of TaUrrh m
prnctlscil by the best phvlrii.!,n, flnd have ramnii
eil the nit-H cnilneni. ehnut myca. I lure m, .'
nrrry ainu oi rsincuyanu apparaiuMhai h-iveup
, ainu ui rsniQuy nnu appuntumhai n-ive n
oil (lurlnii api:rluilof hlx vearn ait, r.rul li:i.
e fftlloivliijf tbclr u, tnl.-ll urrnicnu: of in
rl hiallli.lMit obtained no reui-fnr uitourw- -
nu-nt from nny of thmn.
1I0B10, ItU. i IT,
f.rrroix.vi. ' r,b M IIS
Tb -n iKiMona'ly nppearc-1 tbe t.. (h-iti.-- T.
Bln-inoro, and inado unth that Ui- f.ire(folni tali
uvnt by blm fobucrlbiMl l true. Hcfon: me.
SKTli J. TWlAlA:SJu:tlcuoflUi-ri'c-ca,
r arh pelcaBenlni Pr. r.nfri!, Innrorr-i
Iiih illng Tiibo. wlib lull dlrcciione (-r ue lu all
rrlc.l.W. l-ortalebyall Wholesale ai.-l
i'i'i"1!..1"'11''!"81" throwjlinnt fnlied Ktj'.. 4.
TBKK9 & fOTTEK. General Aeal ud V,l,.,i..
sla IJroet'liti, llontcn. Mk.
Affords (he most fjroiefjl relief !n all
Affections of tho Chest and Lungs.
CHHOMIC PLE08I3Y CUBED.
for many month p.iit ful'.-red Willi s y.-rv Im.o
lido, called by my i:iwrlii l-.rouh; M'-:-irl--.
ca by nfonnrr Inl-irya.-.dKlt ilii.a:-.! f.-rvhi: '
I ud mviy piin;rlf.t.ii.8 an'l liulDi-niJ.as V-.1 .-1
l!e eo-cnlled rl.niin.-ii3 cue, wilbnct th- K-j.:
ber.cOt, tm; plijvicl a rcconimeniA-'l o.j ,r ,-ur
toi.i.iNs' oi.taio Pi. .(.Taxi. vh:-;!i, t.i i.iy pre..;
aurprjs- reihvt'd liiu end toctw-tt a!ii-l
i:iedia;eli-, and 1 hnvn h':i-u al-le to mu-nd t.i tm
I on--holtl nltaire ever clnce wl'li r.i-rfntwe na I
rovjfort, wli"rvp. i-'oru tr--j ui-jiiic-jli'.ii of yoi.r
invnluahlo l'1-jsrtr. I wai acerci.y able to do -n-.
tMlri;. I cMl-JrrtIiopt IneVln'.'.ble, inl .-nil
pK-.'.ir;: rKouu.i.:ivl tne-n lo ih n5li.-i-l. V.i-r
mo.:aiii'lv Sii.. Ft(A5d..v 1UI.UMA:..
Oklaxu, JIc., April 31, l.-'.'j.
Tbe.T ! r.n iredfr j? nr prrd Ive pi l!p:irf that
Will lr-jv - m r.TxulL-1 u:,i ,1 .(!.-.. i., , irklii r
I;;: o.i vl ,f:?n'- i-f t-.-.. i .li-.-.t m.,i
J.nig'. ai ? l-Wiove Itiim cip:iile t-i' r-r vriiur.ir
'.IC ."J5-..J Of lil.. Ol'iillt.
Tl'. rot eo'.flnindti;e!ePifv.l.-Frtth tin- nnlip -rr
r:a.ici it lb -lay, Ian. b ton;ujneo:i a.ea......
ll C'l-'llil In oillllliroi.T.ft!!' V-)I.TW-riA'"
p i oi.ih-intinn i' ! b-une r.r V-jis l ..!.i
wl"i tt b'slilv VwllcMed matter. i' "rn f.i ti d
oOlveii:. l-old h- V. lioli--;-l k I rM ill jt.
I'ntf l'.r -"Vlto-lt. I!l.- r-l--l "-1-. ftn I f -kiti,l"K,
hd bj 'VI.LhS i: i'lli I :..:, I l.. , iut.,1,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
Uty National Hank BiMlDR, up.aiaitn.
Tha Old.st KitablUhd Aflftncy in Soulier
Illlooia, and reprwentlng ovrr
eas ooo ooo
Saloon and Restaurant.
TUE BF.3T OK
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Constantly on band. AUo lias constantly
on band a , ... j
Largo Supply of,
ORANGES, APPLES. ETC.
At WhlMlo and Ratal.
M th Old Ddlmonioo Hotel,
J im Xo, OS Ohio I.CTCO
Goods at the Lowest Price
Cloths, Curtain Dumasko,
Children's Shoes, Gent' Boots mid Shoes
Bpeei-t! attention given to Country tradn.
the Clt v or Coutiti v. in Groceries or Drv
our coodM and prices before you buy.
Can Bo Beautiful,
ly Eyed or He-
pairod at a Trif
C. O. I).
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J AO. JOHNSON,
Gen'l Sou'.bero Axt!
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CITY LOOK k NEWS STORE
AOl'.NT KOn Tl'K
and Ba Co.,
Prints! Wrarijinff Papsr,
Butter TrayB, &o ,
tun tJil.tt AT MiKCFACTUSKr.S ri:lCKc,
Ko. IZH Ciiinmrrclul Avenrjo.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. H
SHORTEST SHORT Lf.NE
rpjR traitiaby tills road (onnnct rt 81. Loin.
ih Za.'.?'it:Lm?l?!ith elber Hun lo
Dm Nortti, JLaal ami U vat.
Throysh Ljctireja Jarr Cairo i: a.m
, . ' Arrive. K. Nt. lxiilali:'JUu.m
ilurniiyiboro Accommodation Leave.
Cairo ...mm. . 2:50 n.m
M iriiliynlwro Ai.ixiinoilatlon ainvt. ut
Jinri'iiJDDoro o ;(K,p.m
Tlirongu Luprcan Uxr.'i B. Kt. I. uia 8 :I5u,tii
, . ". rtrrivr. at Cairo tiM n.m
JJiirimyiiboro AccoruruoiUtioa Uatoa
.-MiirpuyMjoro 5;W a.ru
lUllrllv.lloro Accommodation airlvia
t Lairoou )2.Mj).m
EEMEMnrjl. Thu Cairo and St. Uvit
ii.u. li ti; oNlt all kail koltk bt-
tween Cairo ami St. Lout tinrtcr one man
cement ; therefore thera ara no delay, at way
elnuorj availing conned limii Irom oibrr lines.
rsenK(ra Colnic NnrUi, Norlhmat and Went
Miotild not bay tb.ir tickets until Uii'f bav ex
aniintd our mtc and routes
- L. il. JOHNSON, O.n'1 Mnoigar.
B. J. I.SIt,GeBri AKffiit, Uilro. Ill,
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Lata of tbo St. Cha tics.
RATES: M.OO PER DAY
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SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
. Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Liuseed Oil, Turpentine
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-4!1 HcK-hJj fa lis Brush,
Lard Oil. Whale Oil
Signal Oil, lfeatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
ThcElgij Ko osna Can
The Only Pereot Can in
the World. Made cf Glass
and Warranted not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
L . . J
OIL TANKS and
The best in Use. Patent Domo
and Measurina Force Pumo.
Eveden. We sell
It 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 WASHINE
"Lat yeek I bouirht a 10 cent paekae of W aablna and done my wanblng In one ball
the usual time at less thnii lmlf tbe coht ot Sosp. My clotbea were nliiier. I did nol
have to rub them, and it did not brick my woolena, and for once I wai enabled to gel a
hot dinner opJlunday. so hullm try It, nd you will ive labor, time and money. itl
perfectly fHfa to iie It. Jilts. A.
5andl0 cent Packages. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-0' mSSw
German Syrup and August Flower,
insn, j?rencn and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use-Very Cheap
houlder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
yhoe Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue tone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to AI
The Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sars?pariila 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
-otm Feather Dusters and Counter Brushee
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
. Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoo Blacking, Shoo Dressing, and tove Polish
l ure Imported Bay Itum, Splendid-Canada Tar
Soap- Engl!., and American Moapn-Flne Im
ported Hand here hie. Kxtraets In origi
nal ltottle or In Rrokeu Quanti
ties as wanted at low pricea.
Biay Your Bips,;
At Barclays' Drug iSioro,
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Promium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. 8. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT. Highly Commended by the
U, 3. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
risk mr hi sun a mri fio
rate the same with Insurance
Companies. Used by Rail-
Street Cars and Hotels.
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If Ut ..IT
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
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