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W. P. Sobuceirs, Editor and Publisher,
OB OIK bTTRKMI COURT, 8. 0. P.
Ry"uthTlE(J 10 announea It. A. 1. WIU
" ANK4, of WMhiDRtoB County, u a candidate
Uirlaloa, Illinois, subject to the decision of the
iu)iB.riufl Domintttag remmiitoe, iu w mm
vuinma, May loin, 1873. iii
0H CLERK OF TH 1TPELMTX COCBT
FOURTH DISTICT, ILLINOIS.
p-S of Cariyle, Uletott county, M a candidate
oicra i tne Appellate court, lourw uiainct,
Mlaol,, uhject to the decision ot the DniWM tic
convention called no meet at Centralis, May liitn,
W re authnrlted lo announce V. C. L
'BMRB, of tClbughaai County, a a cantiieatc
for olark of the Appellate Court, fourth district.
Illinoia. aubjeot to thi decision of the lemo
ratio convention called lo meet at Ce tralla,
? lain, m ,a
THE STATE CONVENTION.
Tho Platform A dopted, and Ticket
Hon. E. JL. Oouklte for Trcumirrr,
and Ettr for hupe rlntrnilciit of
l'ursuaut to tho call of tlia Democratic
State Central committee, the Democratic
".unit iMfsMuti wan nwits in ,,w"iu
tative ball, in the Statu Capitol on Thurs
day. The convention was beyond all
doubt the largest ever held in the State
and in every sense a representative body.
Democrats everywhere realizing the Iuv
portance ol this convention, sent their
beat men to represent them.
The plattorm adopted is one upon
which the party Cjtn go to the people In
the full hope ot success. We publish the
plutiorui in lull below.
.Mr. K. L. Cronkite, ut .Stevcneou
county, was nominated torjstnte treasurer,
and lluii. !S. M. Ktter was nominated for
re-election to tlieollice ul sutwiiiientlent
of public Instruction.
The following is tne pUtlorin of the
1 .;tiiucracy of the State ul liliuun a-sem-biud
We congratulate the country on the
fuml sat lenient ol all question resulting
lroiu ilio late civil war, upon the princ!
plc ut local self government, so long
Mipporlud by the Democratic party, uinl
i. iillirm our contltteuce in the enpiicity of
tlie iiciiple to govern theui-elvf.
N e hulieve in the supreiuucy of civil
nvi-r military power, the Iiheny ot it.di
vi'iuil uctioii uncontrolleJ by sumptuary
J,tv. Iio separation ot eliuicU aud
state, tin' support tit trie common schools',
ami tne duty ut all to yield to the law
:uli t xpn-.-st d Kill ol tin; m-ijonty ; and
1. 1'liat relorui mint he mado in tho
irttiuiul. stale, county uud muiii'iipa!
iivi'utucnt.s by a reduction of taxes and
expenditures, the dismissal ol iiiicexs
stry and iucoiupetcut otllccrs and cms
ployis from the public service and tho
strict intorcemeiit ot ollloial responsi
bility, and that the provisions of the
state, constitution, limiting indebtedness
and Hie rate ot tux it ion slutll be strictly
observed and enforced.
2. That a tari3' for revenue only should
be adopted, and it discrimination is
made, H should bu made iu favor ot the
necessaries of life, and in order to ie
muvo a partot the. burden troni the ro;tss
ot the people wlio are taxed so much, a
gvaduatcfl tax on income over a reason
nouablu auiu tor euppert ought tt be
atlopted aud plated upon the surplus
proiiu of the wealthy who escape their
just proportion 01 taxation,
a. Wo favor Un'.tcd States numl- and
treasury notes bciug subject to taxatiou
the same as oiuor property
4. All contracts ought to be performed
iu good laitu, according to the terms
thereof, and the obligations of the gov
tvument discharged iu lawful money ,ex
cent where otherwise expressly provided
upon their face and by the law under
which they were Issued, and repudiation
should find no favor with an houorable
5. It is unwlso to make any further re
duction of the principal ol the public
debt lot the present, ana ootids as they
mature, or sooner if possible, should be
rpntacud bv tne issue oi otuer douus Dear
lug a lower rate ot interest. It is the duty
of the federal government to Issue bonds
In small denominations to be sold In this
country for the accommodation of those
who wlsn to invest tueir savinti in ebio
0. That we layor the immediate and
unconditional repeal of the resumption
"7". That we applaud the action of con
gresa In the enactment ot the silver bill
and accept It as a partial measure of litis
anclal relief, but we demand such further
legislation as may result In authorizing
iivL-r bullion certificates and legalizing
the free coinage of the silver dollar, the
demonetization ut wmcn we uemana as
o act meriting the condemnation of the
8. Ill the exclusive prerogative of the
' iTnlted males to Issue ail bills to circulate
as money and a right which ought not to
be exercised by any state or corporation,
9. No further contraction ol the volume
of legal tender treasury notes ought to
tie allowed, and they should be received
lor customs, taxes and public dues as
well as private debts, and reissued as fast
10. Trio national bank notes should be
Mtir'pd. and Instead ot them, there should
be Issued by the government an equal
. r of treasury notes.
U. Subsidies In money, bonds, lands or
credit ought not to be granted by the
11. 'l ite bankrupt law ought to be im
13, Courts should be brought as close
to the homes oi litigants as economy in
the government will Justliy, and there
ton. the ludlclal power ot t'10 Lnitod
.i.ia thould bo so regulated as to pre
vent In controversies between Uiflcrcnt
states, tbo transfer of the cases from
state to Inferior courts which are so fur
..mnved from the people as to make
ttiaUefl therein Inconvenient, expensive
nnd I tary. Not less than $S,000 ,Uould be
tixed a the minium Jurisdiction ol such
mrW Irtiuch controversies.
u The appointment by federal courts
ol receivers ol corporations who resist
,(. nayrncn 1 m- uir.vaiuui mc
rights of citizens and turn the earnings of
Jmrooratloniinto foreign channels, Is an
evil tliat ought to be corrected by law,
ndCOOgresa uufcui i vimvi nui.u tana
".,111 nrohlblt such evils and prevent
interference by federal courts with the
intent' ru , ., ..1 n,,,,.!-!.!
iolleoiion of state, county and nituiirdttl
Vains by appoluttncnt ot receiver!,
ieijttri loJuDOtloni orjothcr procecdure.
"13 irjie wane! of employes of corpora-
i, !nS traiwportatloii suould be made a
tha nrnnortv. rt'Pi'lnta unit
nns iw -"jt;:. ia;v ;;h v. m rr;
SVAT Infill OI aaiU Wiyvia"une, nnu gam iiuii
"lioulj tie dedared, dell nod and vniorccd
'10 'ill T9tctn ol Icaslnjr convlot Juljor
ourrl to be immediately abolished by
IvrilsrUiatiiro. and tome measure adopt
f4 to protect manufacturer!, tnecbnnlcs I
and laborer trora unjust competition
with the convict labor ot other staves.
lu addition to tho above, which was
submitted as a pluttorm, tho following
resolutions wore adopted:
Jiesolved, That the acta of the leaders
of the Republican party in delcUliijr tho
choice of tho peuplu lor presidcut and
vice-president, is tho mounter political
crime of the ae a crime aj?alont free
Koverrimeut and the elective franchise,
which ean only le condoned when the
criminals aro driven from power and con
f igned to Infamy by the peoplo whom
they Imva outraffed, and we denounce
the act of the president in appointing to
high (ifllrt'8 the corrupt members of tha
returning board as a reward lor their In
famous conduct, and we coi.demn the
ollkersiil the federal irnvernment who
have attempted to Interfere with the ad
min Mratkm of justice lu tiie courts of
Resolved, That It I the duty ol our
legislative to enact laws tor the protect
tion ol depositors In Hiving and all other
tmnk and lor tne incarceration ot tle
taultinjr bank offlcerg.
A resolution was alto adopted tie
iiminelng the contracts recently maile by
the .Toilet penitentiary eommtaslonersior
building tho eastern insane asylum,
CUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
IFrotn Our ltegnlar Correspondent. 1
WaSHr-NOTON, D. C, April 11, 1878.
Even in so simple, and small a matter
as the employment of temporary clerks
in 000 of tho Uriini tmrnts, the difference
between what ought to be the policy of
the government and what its policy is,
was shown in the house yesterday. A
house committee recommended a sum ot
money some time since for the purpose,
and the house voted tho money and sent
the bill to the senate. Tho senate doub
led the amount ami sent the bill back to
the house. Conference committees were
appointed. They have been unable to
agree. It the house does Us duty the
senate will yield. II the house tails to do j
Its duty in this case it will probably fail f
in larger matters. '
Tor instance, the consular and diplom
atic appropriation Llll, In which the dif
ference between the houses In a 'riarter
of a million dollars, goes to a coiitcrcuce
committee to-day. Other still larger
sums are. or will soon bo in conference
committees. A little backbone among
Democratic representatives will help tho
country ami the p:irfy wonderfully Just
Senator l liurui.m won a great victory
yesterday in tho passage of his J'aoitli!
railroad tuiiding bill. The vote was 10
to ID, and not in any sense political. Tlio
bill is designed, while forcing the comp
anies to terms on their business as now
conducted, 10 still leave to congress the
power, by luture legislation, to protect
the interests ot the country by in any
change ot policy on the part ot tho
roudi. Senator lila'tne oll'ercd an ingenious
amendment calculated to deprive the
country ot this power by declaring the
settlement mado by this bill a tinaiit.
but was overwhelmingly beaten.
Hon. Fernando Wood yesterday open
ed the debate on bis new tariff bill. Ho
said this measure was not all he wanted,
or all the country needed, but was a bei
ginning, and tho benefits to be derived
irom the comparatively few changes now
asked for would soon make the country
eager for greater and moro radical
changes, lie said, what is iu part true,
that this was not a party measure. Mr.
Wood is a very clear-minded man, and
understands bis subject as well, per daps,
as any man in the house, but his speech
of yesterday was not altogether judicious
and, in fact, was so much an argument
for free trada that it will drive away
some members who wished to support
tho bill as prepared. General Banks has
the floor to reply to Mr. Wood.
The new door-keeper, Gen Field, profit
ing by the unfortunate examples ot his
predecessors, proposes to manage bis
office In his own way. It Is already evi
dent there Is In bliu none ot that amiable
weakness which caused tbe downfall ol
Col. Folk. Besides, members of con
gress, warned by the past, will be less
clamorous In their demands for place
under the new official. They will not des
mand that he make ten go In live and
leave something over. Dem.
WBtiLH eft IEJE.TII
KKI KISINTINQ TUB
(of Montreal, Canada,)
Capital $0,000,000 00, in Gold.
(ol Toronto, Canada,)
Assets $1,102,656 70.
KIKE ,t MARINE (ol Mlllevlllr, N. J.,)
Assets $1,442,987 04.
(of New York City,)
Assots $515,334 80.
(ol l'hiUduipbla. Ltabllb2d In 1804,)
Assets $333,162 "00.
(of Dajton, O.,)
Assets $410,424 CO.
Assots $455,877 33.
lllSKS WRITTEN AT KAUt UATF.S.
tSTOl Fica In Alexander County Bank.
FIMtNT Pisa TOBAITO
Va ' 'n jrn run i s.
? TAKE K0 OTIIF.lt.
r toa ftl.I TIT All tiK.tl.KB3
chi mm TOfAoce to. urooxiri, i.t-
The following Our la probably the moat
remarkable erer fleeted by any mdl
oal preparation for tha treatment of
OmttMtM,! herehT certify that I haw had Ca
tarrh for ten yearn, anil for the lut tlx vein h,
neeo a terrlklu aufferar. t ih rendered partially
tie af, had bulling in the bead, palm acroaa the tem
ple, dlny enelle. woalc and painful eyei, awollen
and ulcerated tonillt, hard and conntant cough,
aeveru pain acroaa tlie client, and every Indication
of coniomptlon, My bead ached all the time. Tha
Dialler accumulated ao rapidly In tny head and
throat that I couM not keep tlicio free. Frequently
at nlulit I would uprlng out of b"ii. It aremed to
tne, at tha point of auffocatlon. I would then have
recourse to every meana lu tny power to dlloxlf
the mucus from my throat ami head before beltiK
able to sleep again. For a period of all yeara mr
tonsils were ulcerated and so much InBamnI thstl
could with dllttrulty swallow. 1 tlnally consulted ail
eminent surucon In rearanl loan operatlooon them,
but at hla request poatnoui'il It. The constaut In
flammation and ulceration In my throat caused br
the poisonous matter dropping down from my head
had so Irritated and Inflanirri my luni'S that I cough
ed Incessantly, a deep, hsrd rough. Mesnwhilo
my svnirm began tosliow tlio etTcctsofthls disease,
ao tli st I lost flesh, grew pile, and showed every
svinptntnof an earlf death uy consumption. Wlirn
matters had rescued this stnue.or ahonl sli moollis
ago, I began the use of HANrnan'e ItaDicaL Cuaa
roa Catabbh. After using th'Mlrst bottle I began
to Improve rapidly. Tha tint dose aeemed toclssr
my bead as I had not known It to be for years. It
aeemed gradually to arrest the dlschsrgcs. It
ttopptil mi) cougn In Urn By oslng It as a
f:arglel aoon rrdiiccd tlie Inflammation and swell,
ngof my tonsils, ao that thcysoonceased to trouble
me. Tho aoreucsa across my chest dlnippenred,
the pnulng noises In my besu ceased, my Sf nsrs of
seeing and of hearing were completely ri'Stored,
and every symptom or dlseane that had reduced inc
to the verge of the grave disappeared by lue UN
of litxroKD'i Radical ( ens Kor Ctabkii.
I Imvo been thus explicit becsuse, as adruge'tt,
I have seen a grctt deitl of suffering from I'sui rh,
and hope to convince uiaoy that this Is a great
I am familiar with the treatment of Catarrh as
practised by the beat plivsirluus, and have ousiilt
vd the mot cmlucnt about niy case. I haro used
every kind of remedy and apparatua that Imru
penred during a period of sit yesra past, and huv
Willie follnwfug their use, taken great csru of ru,'
geueral health, but obtained uo relief or encourage.
Went from any ol tliem. t .
Hosto.N.Feu.a UTi. GEO.F.DISSMOI'.K.
Brrron.ss. ' Feh..lfn.
Then personally appeared the and Ueorg.- T.
rilniinore, and made oatli tlitt the kr'go)i:g s:ale
uitut by uloi tniiBi'rltie.rV true. II. fore ine,
bIH J. TilMIAS, Justice oflticPejce.
Ksh pncVege coijst", p- Mnford'a Improved
lnimlluir Tube, ItU iml uiiei iious for u-e lit all
rases, price, ft .10. tor sslubv all Wholesale ami
Retalr Druggists throughout i lie t'nlred States.
WKAKB A rol TEII, ticDcral iigeuts aud V. uo,.
sale lrug1st, Boston, Ms.
AfTordf the most grutefjl relief in all
Affections of tho Chest and Lungs.
mm PLEURISY CURED.
fir mrnrv loontti pwt miBirfii wn:i k vmv Urnn
trvllfd -bv m-r tilivoichir, throuln iriirtv(
t nine hy ai'urmtT Injury anl "trim, ami fur wttK-ii
I rtpfl ni;iriy prL'srrlpiio.ifj anil lifi"iir nt4, n it
(tie B'VcAllrrJ rhRtuaatic cures wtiliont t.io -iwf,
ltnrl1t, It. v i-'Hlitn l'PCuiimiV'i't";. jf;r i.f fr4r
01 Mi' Vor.TAir PunrfiBS, in'iifti, T" tmv ifrt-ut
a.Uf-r fl'iiPT. .1 ihf. prtlil atltt lori'tleeM alllh'ri tl.t
11,'uiatctv, Mid I Imva Iwn QliJe Ut utu-ml ( wv
liuun'liulil atl'rtiKfvrr t!:iti wiih ri--ft rtr.1
romfort, wl:1! r, li- Uu rt 1'if utij.llr;! loa .( T.jr
ir.r..iia!'!' rKT, I n .it f :ir-'rt(v a!ip t. iltta;i.
X'.iin-i. it onvidnr t'lfi-i nii'f'tijtiil'i-. n ti ( t n wn'i
pufirn vcuiinu' Tl thru tu itn uH m fj. V-ii-
rtyWHluU". MiiS. f !MS(.1 It I:I.1M XN.
VRiiyn, xf., Apia :i, i'iO.
Thrr li no modlr.nl or protf rt fr. ttpK'in'itf ti-.t
v,ll wo 9" if.-yimut efltv:,. j i ll. Al.r,
I oujrn, l.-rltN'i.in nn l f-uivnt t.f l'i- i'l,t H),t
J inin. V. t h -lir vo (tt' i'i ciPit ! o. vi utuij
fct'.iuhJ 'i;iMaii ol Itu'ac oik'r: s.
PRICIT. 2r CENTS.
T'n rot confound the, r'nfei villi IVe i.T'linti- r
T!a-iers r.( I ne dfl", lnt ly comin: i-oil liiva'i.j-lut.-ly
Fi: ra: l'ut toot!tiD f'oLT.tvs' Vn.rir-P:.,rr'.,
a COIIlhr-VMill r.f lleel-..e 1 N'ol'eie 1'Ui-a
ai'h a l.igl.'y Mrticteii ri,t :, em !,
snore 'Mil . Ml'l liv nil Whh'eHle .tit.l !! 'ul l-n.
Ilir Mlrrho.it lite I'l.l'r.t SlatH mi Cn".aH,
ind 1 '.VrXKS A H)TVf.!l, !-..i;lc:.ir., l.,:o.,.
WATTV 1'IANO, OIHi AN lxat. tj-l-oo
fibssM MartllDK news. Urbane 13 slops ).."
Pianoa only :v. CoJtltiSO. Circulura t ree.
I). V. llealtv, Waeliinylon N. I
immm . mm
OHciHrEano i i a, is
CITY WATXOftAL BANK.
TNTEUE8T paid on depoalu Match lat and
I Aanian. Mir la, InlMut nn vII..Ih.. i. ...
de1 immr llataly to the principal of the deposit
thervbj glln f hen eompoud iDlcrtat.
Married Women and Children may
A'ctiyan luonoy ana no one
else can draw it.
SLOpvn every buslneeaday rrom9a.tu. U. S p.m
V:. HTBI.OP. Treaanrer.
K. ririae. President, ii. Wells, Cashier.
I. !ieff. Vioefrw'L T. J. Kertb. Aaat. UsU'r
Corner Ocmmerolal Are. and 8th Street
F. Krosa, Cairo, Win Klure, Cairo,
1. Neff, Cairo. Wm Wolfe, Cairo.
A. buaanka, Cairo. K. L. Bilimgsly, St. I.ouie
K. lludar, Cairo. II. Wells, Cairo.
F. II . Brinkman, St. Louis.
J. Y. Clenmon, Caledonia.
A Oeaernl BanklDK Boalnees Done
KExobanire sold and bought. Interest paid
oa tbe Savings Department, Collection niidu,
and all buain en tirouistly attended to.
City National Bank
W. F. HALLIDA T , Frceldcnt ,
UblNUY I.. HALLlbAY, VioeFrest.
A. B .rrOKD, Caehlef.
WAl.TKIt HYSieOr. AM'tCaahWe.
8. Staats Tatloi, K. H. Ci-MNiaoiiaa,
It, L. IllALlOAT, W. I'. IlaLUlAT,
(J I). WlLUAMHON, 8TIPUIN KlrlD,
A. B, Sarroiio.
Exohange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Si'd.
El'OHITS received tnd a aaneral banking
NO CURE-NO FEE!
(all lt ratt V. ailiiiiiliia ilnal, Clkarn. f ll. .ur. ul alt
iivais, unw nowiai uwm, HeaalHal Weakaeaa,
ISorvees Urelllly, sd4 Lost Mmikaad, er,n..i..i,
fund. Dr. 0. I, s railasw f IU lufutm a.Uwtil. aM u,-a m
Mmari ha, I In Wl a-Ur is lbs I.'iiIM HUM.
niKa-ts,alrl(l-aurnt auk s.m arnt bv-y.l, r.ll w-mu.
tw; fwannla- forpatleiitt. HenJ hnv cm, fw M (i
ilACjr iiriKf I r pam IHM-au.1. MAUftlKII
1.AIIIF.I sea sveitaeiae Mas fifty I'raU far Rainpf. of Hot
aw t)v4t saS Omtier ntlaiaurMjil Intor'ieii. bv npw, Vvm'
n Manes awiafmacti Us). SaSaaa rwsl, llIK fs a
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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 lull lltio ol V'arpets, Mattlnga, Floor Oil
.atllf ' and Misses' Hoots,
Thl itock Is entirely Now and Fn-ah.
Our Stos k embrace everythinj noetlKit In
Goods. Tleagc (five tw.a rail, examine our
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Sollcltore of Patents and Attnrneye at
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Oorner Eleventh Etret and Wauhl
Evansvlllo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
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KkLttt D. I'EHXinnTOM-. il.'vt.w r
Juaiuas l'a.tinKUTOK Clerk
I Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at
o'clock i, iu.
The fleet aleam;r
Beh Howard MutitA-r
Ed. ItioatAi Gere
Leaves Cairo everv SATliitOAY.
Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
with first-class steamers for tit. Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at tvanmille vtitb
She K.AC. II. It. for all Dointe North and Last.
and with the Louisville Mail Steamers fo kali
point on the Upper Ohio, (riving through re
Mlpta on frelghta and paSBenKers to all points
For urther information apply to
JAMUS IlItiUH, Paaeenecr Airi-nt.
HALLIDA Y BKOa., ) ..
Or to (. J. UltAMMK.lt,
Superintendent and CKnirral Freight Aa' at,
lo-3-lj-lv. kvansville Indiana.
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City attoml IlankBuiMloKi ui,ntairs.
The Oldea KstsMiahetl AKnt'y in Souther
Iltnois, and representing over
185 000 000
1 E Howelal Um
St. Louis, Mo.
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IAS- Cf. A. M Prindpals
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course IndiniK'nsilile to every younic innn rm
liarkini on tin sea ut llfe.
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THUS. A. RICK, A. M.. L. II.,
K. Aircnt want"!. Ilusl.
ASIrf J. WOK TH CO . Ki i.auls. Ma
Goods at the Lowest Price
Cloths, Curtain Iainu8k.n,
Clilldrcn's Shoes, Ontu' llnotJi mul Allocs
Spoplal attt'tition if Ivcn lo Country trwlo.
tl City or Country, In Oroceries or I ry
goatU and orlccn belore j'ou luy.
Can Be Beautiful
ly Eyed or Ro
pairod at a Trif
ling Export so
C. O. D.
i Old Hats Mado New.
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
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Tho only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo.
Traina I.tave Cairo
: -ifl p.m. K;i-t KxprcH. arriving in ft.
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Arriving! 11 Clneinnatl 8:"0,aa.in.; liOiils
Miie, a.m.; ImlutiapolH, 4.1 ' n.in.;
I'lj.-fiijon by tins trum arrivo at above
OF ANY OTHER KOUTE.
1 :"A ji. rn. Kait Mail vN'tth slutpcrri attach
ed, for SI'. LOUIS and UllCAtiU,
arriving in St. Louh at U:li) a.m. C'tu
ca','0 ut 4.;ii) p.m. Connoiainr at Odin
ur lUliucbam t'ir Cinciunu'.t, LoulaviUc
FAST TIME EAST
i.'cr.i.'ors liy this Una L'o throui,li to
tlie Kant without any ilulay cau.-cd by
II. e A I I; UDAY ArTKriNOO.V TRAIN
UIOM CAIUU AiUUVK-i IN NKW
iti!K MONDAY MuKMNU
A l' 1u:-.'."j.
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK AN Y OTIlElt KOUTK.
Ailvertictniits of couipetln lines that
they ni'iko better time than tilth one, are
are issued either thruiurh ignorance or a
desire to mislead the putilic.
tor through tl:kutH and inlonnntion,
tpply at Illinois Central It. 11. Depot, Cairo.
tifALvs aititiva at catao
Cspres" ;"0 p m
Oen'l Southern Agti
J. U. Jwba, Ticket Ant.
33. X1. PAHKBIT.
CITY BOOK & NEWS STORE
AOKXT YOU T1IK
and Bag Co.,
Printed WraTsuiiiff Paper,
Butter Trays, &o-,
FOlt SAI.K AT JIA.NL'FACTl'KKItS THICKS.
Xo. ISfl t'ommfritlnl Avennr.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS B. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
rpilK trains l.y this road connert 1 1 St. I outn
L and Kast St. Louis, with all ether lines to
thv.Nur'.li, Knatitiid Went.
u ,. T1MR SUiEDUI.K ,
ThtotiBh l.xpreis Leaver Cairo s a.m
M i ". Arrives k.m. Loiilai::iti p.m
ftliirphyslKiro Accomuiodation Liavew
'am ' j.nu )n
il'irpliyslmro Accuiuuditioti arrives lit
uiirphyxlioro n niin.m
llirougti t.iptcss Lcuvei K. St. 1, uis N li ui.tn
, , 'V Arrives at ( airo 0,1) p. ul
.iliirihyslioro Acroiuinotlaiinn l-raveu
ll;irilinlioro j.-,o a ,
lliiriihysboro Accoiiiiiiodntion airires '
"iiHi'o in i2.ar.p.m
T? F.MEMBER The Cairo nnd St. liui
akW M llieti.NXY ALL KAIL Kol'TK be
tween C'uironnil St. Louis tinder one niati
nscmcnl; therefore there aro no delays ut way
nations awaiting connections trW other lines.
1'aeenf rm Cnlri; North, Nnrtlie.nt and West
hotild not buy tlmir tickets until tliey baye ex
iiinined our rti ft and rotiirs
I,. M. Jt)UNON, Uen'l Manaiier.
n. 1. KIN It, Ccneriil Aurnit, Cairo, 111.
J- D. DEANE, Prop'r
Lata of tils St. Cha rlea.
RATES; 82.0O PER DA Y
Pin Mtrti Riirl RvriMt
irfnmiula'lov tntaffwrotal I C All LI
a inert I eat f r AH ! r tUltK.
U PI-UUL N.J C a tin
tlLkK. an.& a.
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levoo
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAll,
Washington Avenue and. Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-All Colors Heady k lb Srush,
Lard Oil. Whale Oil
Signal Oil. Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
ThoElgia Koroseno Can
Tho Only Perfect Can in
tho World. Made of Glass
and Warranted not to
Leak, Corrode or Broak.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
Tho best in Use. Patent Dome cslr j
and Measurinn Force Pujtid.
Manufactured bv Wilson and
Eveden. Wo 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 tho celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"La'tweek I bouirht 10 ornt rarkairoof Waliine anJ done my waHhinglnone hall
the usual time at Ic-i-than liail the cokt ol Snip. My clothes were whi'er. 1 did not
have lo rub tticin. and it dl.l rJot alirink my woolccs, and for once I wan enabled to get a
hot dinner oo Monday. So la Jlcs try It, and you will save labor, time and money. It is
perfoctly sate to wu It. MK3. A.
5 and 10 cent Packages. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Br. Woods' Fever Pills
Wholesale and Retail at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Golden Lion Cologne-" TSSIT09
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French 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
Shoo 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 Al
The Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsapariila and Blood Purifl r
Holmans' Aguo Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicinas
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Clcth
Feather Dusters and Counter Bru3lie
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoo Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and tove Polish
IMire Imported Hay llnm, Nplendld-Causda Tur
Noap Eiiglifth and American Noapn Vint Im
ported Handkerchief Extracts lit origi
nal IlotllcH or in Ilrokcn Qnantl- ;
t lew an wanted at low price. I
L... . . . .1 I .J. 1..-. 1
Buy Your Brugs
At Barclays' Drug Sioro.
Tho Family Safeguaicl
Awarded First Contennial Premium
and adopted aftor a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by tho 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.
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