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Wt ZzzcstwaQ piltor and Publisher;
t E CtttK SUT&KMI COl'UT, 6. O. D.
iT. .of Waahioanon Couuty, as cawiiOulfl
" 8utirn Court, Houthtrn Tan.l
I Illinois. iloi lu Ilia decision ul thtt
ivicmiIq amruinatiruf niujuUiee. 10 l ImM
; 'o'olk"f Vim awbiaatb court
t VOURTa DIHTICT, I1UNOIH.
X rl, amhorlinl In announce 1IAKTNN
V J'ASf twrtyle, Ciliatoit cuunty, as a caiidutii'1
?He ,rk"f Ai.tsnlUK court, fourth titrirt,
'"mi, aubjwtiit ilUdcctKiiiDut Urn JHmooranc
' knT"10 taUel lnc:t Ceutnuia, May l"tn,
' r-?!?..1 "WiteJ to annntinr- W. C. 1-I-UOIUC
of Jt,riniin County, a eanUiroW
- lot clork of Um Appelate Court, fourth di'tnct.
sillMota, ut,Jao to til tlcoisioii of the
nili coovmiion called to meet ul C nulla,
V . IM8. - . J la
, The board of education ot tho city ot
., St Louis hag voted to retain German in
i'w pnllto schools.
E&tiLAXD has ordered Beveral regl
mcnts ol atlye troops from India to
Malta, a step which Is regarded as ono
of tlio most ominous yet taken ly tho
liritlkh povorntnont. liiniU mrnriiri
this os a direct menace, and will shape
her coarse accordingly. It Is equivalent
to a notification to Russia that England
is able and ready to draw a large army
from her Indian dependencies lor active
operations in Europe. Not only does
England thus boast oi her capacity to
moot the Russians with a nearly equal
loroe, In Europe, but alio makes light
otjluasla'i designs upon India. The
situation at this time U more critical
Uian at any time heretofore, and tho
first hostile guns may be heard at any
, The St, Louis 'ltepubllcanV Wash.
Intrton correspondsnf, writing under
date of April 17th, says : ''The bill as
adopted by the bouse committee on Mis-
Bu8!ppl levees for a commission to surrey
and make estimates on a general plan ol
Improvement for the Mississippi river
' does not meet with general favor among
members from the Mississippi valley.
Tho personal feeling held by certain
members of the committee against Capt.
Eads has led them to inodity Senator
t Cockrell's bill with the sole aim of giving
, Capt. Eads little or no Influence in the
commission. This was accomplished by
stipulating that three oi the llye who will
compose the commission shall be army
engineers, one ot whom is to be I he presi
dent of the commission. When the bill
gets Into the house lor consideration it
will be amended no doubt so as to make
It agree with the CockreH bill which by
the way has splendid prospects of com-,
ing out of the senate committee with al
most it not a unanimous report.
The treasury ol the United States could
have obtained $90,000,000 specie or four
times that amount without the addition
of a dollar to the interest bearing debt.
The method Is clear and simple. The
treasury department, acting under the
authority ot a proper law, might have
been required to Issue non-legal-tender
circulating Botes, redeemable on demand
In coin and receivable for all public dues,
in purchase of gold and silver bullion, or
on deposits of gold and silver coin. The
redeem ability of thcie notc3 would have
kept them at par, and if the treasury had
been required to purchase therewith
seveu or eight million dollars' worth of
bullion per month, tho notes would have
been abundantly available lor the pur.
pose, and would have secured the specie
requisite without adding a dollar to the
burdens of taxation. The national banks
would have regarded this prudent and
forcible measure with jealousy, however,
and it Is always to be borne In mind thnt
Air. Sherman is the creature of the na
Says tho Salem (Marion county) Ad
vocate' : From the multiplicity of can
didate sfor the cilice oi appellate clerk of
the 4 th district, It is hard to tell who
stands the best chance for nomination.
Tho prospect looks now as though there
might be largo number ol ballotings
belore adeclsion will bo reached. Wayuu
and W hite counties have Instructed for
Ur. a. j,, Handley of Fairfield. Alexan
der, Union and 6cvcral oilier ot the
southern counties have instructed for
John Q. Harman of Cairo. Lawrence,
Crawford and ltlchland hayo Instructed
for Dr. w. Oarrard. Madison county lias
Instructed Tor w.u. Hall of Edwards
Ville. Clinton has instructed for Hardin
case. St. Clair has Instructed lor Fred
E. Bcheel, and we believe ono or two
nave instructed for V. s. Formanof
Nashville. VY. C. Lecrono of Effingham
will also probably have one or two in
strueted for him in addition to his own,
As Marlon has no candiduto of her own
she will probably lend a helping hand to
her nearest neighbor, Clinton, in giving
Hardin ease a boost, who has received
more complimentary notices from the
press i of this district than any other can
dldate. lie seems to be the second choice
of several of the counties presenting
borne candidates. All are said to be ex
mllent and worthy men, well litted for
Uw trust. ': -
- Bt request ot the Memphis chamber ol
1 commerce, Capt. Jas. a. Eads delivered
lecture on the subject of river lm
Sravement In that city on Wednesday
jtcrnoon. His address wai listened to
ij nearly all the leading business men
'cltnat oltf. At the conclusion of bis
tiifcss the following resolutions were
' ceaoivedf That the necessity and lins
TgCt ot auch Improvements are an-
bMomtiur more manifest a ml ur-
-.i ?saUf when we consider that
ayar '-".extending from the A llegbeny
r? . i ' v mountains, and from the
-to U C ail of Mexico, bad less than
ecirter miUlons ot people In
Vt tt now baa more than hall the
v, , fi tjn Union, and that It has
iweaiu, more man nan
Ti v and produoes two-thirds
u uwonj mat ids com
mcrco floating upon the Mississippi and
lu many alllueuU is greater thaa on U
the rivers of Kurope, and that alter the
next census the representatives (rom the
fourteen states constituting this valley
will bo larger In the lower house ol con
gress than from all the rest of the states
Unsolved, That such a channel ol
commerce so rapidly migmoutiog in
value h too vast in every aswet, present
or future, lor tho states to iniprovo or
protect, fcnri becomes from it very
inngniludo an especial object of national
enrc. -, " .
Keilvl, That fho citizens ol Mem
phi hereby most respectfully urge tho
people of all the states Interested, to
consider this vital question before tho
next session ot congress, and thus secure
a congressional representation who will
advocate sneh nn appropriation for this
work as; Its Importance demands.
Baltimorr, Md. I hivo used Or'
Bull's cough syrup personally and In my
family for two or three years, and am
prepared to say that Ihorc is nothlug to
compare to it as a remedy for coughs,
colds, ete. .fames Corrie, Dentist.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
From Our Kculr Corrcepondtnt. 1
Washinoto.v, D.C., April 18,1878.
The tegular appropriation bills are uow
in tho positions given below. Pension
bill has passed tho house and is in senate
committee; it w'" bo reported without
important amendment. Three bills, post
ollice, river and harbor, and executive,
legislative end judicial, have been report
ed by house committees, but not finally
acted on by the house. Two bills, the
consular and diplomatic, and the W
Point, are in conference between the .vso
houses, as is the "little detloicney" bill.
All these conferences are caused by large
amounts added by the senato to the
house bills. The naval bill, alter passing
the house, was increased enormously by
the senate, and the house committee Is
now considering the subject. There will
be a conference committee on the sub
ject too. The army, the Indian and the
sundry civil bill and two or more detl
ciency bills have not bepn reported In the
house yet. There will be delays whtu-'
ever the senate has Increased the amounts
appropriated, as the house Is lately show,
ing a disposition to stand by its commit'
Hon. Montgomery Ulair's Maryland
resolutions are now before the judiciary
committees of tho two houses, and the1
bill regulating the manner of proceed
Ing In the supreme court on the trial of
the title of Mr. Hayes as contemplated In
tho resolutions, is belore the same com
mittee 1 1 tho house. While it is impossi
ble to see any prospect ot the passage ol
the bill in the present house and senate,
it is a significant fact that Mr.Garficld had
few supporters yesterday in bis efforts to
prevent the reception and reading ol the
resolutions. It was plain that all the
members thought the policy of suppress
ing evidence and avoiding discussion on
the subject had been pursued , long
The administration 'National Union'
disappeared on Saturday last. It bad no
right to exist. Its owners thought, when
they commenced Its publication, that de
cayed politicians, like Fcnton, ot
New York, and honest and im
practicable politicians, hke Chamberlain
ot Maine, to use as examples the two
names which lirst occur to um. would
hereafter control the Republican party.
They believed that because the Fentons
and Schurzs happened to be in bad stand
ing with the parties who supported
Grant in bis iniquities, therefore Fcnton
and Schur. would bo able to rally the
honest majority of the people around
them, and that, because scholars here
and thero showed an Interest in politics,
the scholars and thinking men ot the
couutry would corao to the front ens
masse. They forget two thiugs. First,
that the Democratic party, practically a
unit, held a majority ot tho people; sec
ond, that tho mauhlno politician, hke
Blaine, Conklin, Chandler and Cameron,
would rule tho party or ruin it. From
the llrst, with ordinary prudence on the
part ot the Democrats, the only question
has been as to the time lu which the
Hayes faction should be driven into the
Democratic ranks. The 'Nationl Union
anticipating the late ot those lor whom
it labored is now a portion ol 'the 'Post,'
paper which denies tho title of Mr,
Hayes to tho presidency. In a business
point of view tho 'Union' goes out with
clean hands, Mr. Lynch insisting that all
its debts be paid.
Mr. Hayes believes that tho next house
will be Kepublican. Ho says he will do
all tliat ho properly can to secure that
rcHult. He realizes tho importance of It,
especially as tho senate will certainly bo
Democratic alter March 4th. In a ccr
tain sense the title of Mr. Hayes will bo
on trial before tho next congress it not
passed upon by the present one, and the
interest expressed by him is not unn
ural. But will tho people of the cow
assist him in selecting members of the
tribunal by which his case is to bo tried?
Will tho Kcppblican leaders heartily sec
ond this, his first interference in behalf
of the party in general, knowing that
his tear rather than his care for them or
the party dictates his cousre?
Pkedjudicb often rules In the physic
al treatment of babies. Tbey are allow
ed to Buffer and scream with pain lroui
colic, flatulence, bowel disorders, eto
wb.cn gome simple, reliable and safe rem
edy as Dr. Bull's baby syrup, would
givo almost Immedlact relief and pcrs
feet ease to the little sufferer.
'JONwrviiLl, Mich. Dec. 87, lKn.-Measrs.
rowli i 1 aent Tou 60 eta. for two boxes of
(jiaoa'a Salva. I have hid two and have used
Arm go i n ulcer oanit foot, and it is almost
Prlc 1. cents a boa at all druifglati, or (mt by
raailon reciiutof 3S ccdu. Frcmnd by Seth
jjnrowk at Sons, B5 Harrison avenue, liostou ,
OOS?1? ?l ATKO wa.whsju. chaja,
StJXJdetni. aiddrm A. Wwma 4 Ur ""ija,T
1 i i
The fallowing Cur H probabty th moat
remarkable ever effected by any medl
out preparation for the treatment of,
tl Catarrh I "
fnlfiii, T ti cHiy fortify flrnl 1 llve hut P
Sfirrh for ton Ji'ir", unit for th Ik1 all yean htva
n a terrible Mifirrcr. I wtf nnrtimil partially
cf, hud bimliiK In the limit, pitliM Kmw tlif I'm
pie, diizy ill. wtmk Mid painful eyuK, woll
nil ulrrratod tonelli, )inl tnil conltlnt rih,
rvr pnln acromi the chi'.t, and evurjr Indication
of eotummptlou. My lieiul mheclll thoUraa. Tin
mMinr niTinnumtrd mplUly In my lid and
thront Mint I uld not keap tlmnt free. Prei)onntly
at nlt-M 1 would spring nut of hrii, It iu'fnil to
me, at tlie point of milliicatlon. 1 would thnn bY
recouran to vcry nieana In my power to dlnlodirn
tha mucin front my throat and St ud before being
able to elerp again. For a period of alt year bit
tonalla wareuli erated and ao mack InSamed that I
could with difficulty awallow. I finally consulted an
eminent auryenn In regard to an operation on them,
1iil at Ida rcit'icat pnatponed It. The constant In
rlaminatliin and ulceration hi my thront cauaad by
the polnonoiiat mattnr droppliiKdown from my hoad
had ao Irritated and InBamud my lumia thnt I oouvh
eil Inceaauully, a deep, hard rough. Meanwhlla
my svfttem began toshow the clfcctatif thia diaeiiae,
o tliat 1 lost deh, grew pale, and nhnwed every
pypmtomof an early death liycouauniptlou. When
luatteni had re.iclied tlilaatage.or aboulalx months
ago, I began the ueof SiNroau'a lUnirai. ;du
roK ?ataI!HII. After nhlng th( II rat bottle I began
to Improvu rapidly. The llrst dose aeenwil toclear
my hc.ud aa I had not known It to be tor years. It
seemed sradiially to nrrult tho dlschargea. It
ttmipril iy viH'jk in thru drips. By nalng It as a
fiarglel kunii reduced the Inllanimatfon and swell
hgcf my tonal la, so that iliey aouu censed to troubli)
niu. Tie siiruiicM across my rhwt disappeared,
the buzzing noises In uiy head eeoaed, my aenscs of
seelug aud of henrlng were eonidetcly restored,
a'ul every ayniptoinoidlsca-'e that had reduced ma
t tho verge f the grave disappeared by tha use
of SMtroitP'a RADiriL ( t ia rex Catakrii.
I have been thus explicit because, aa a drugglat,
I have seen a grenl deul ot suffering from Latui rh,
nud hope to convlnco many Utat Una la a great
I am familiar with the treatment of Cntnrrh aa
practised by tho best physicluus, snd have couault,
cd tlie most eminent about my case. 1 have used
very kind of remedy ami npparatus that have ap
peared during a iwrtod of alt yean past, and have,
whlln following their use, taken great care or my
srenurnl health, hut obtulued no relief urviicouraKv
tnent from any of them. s
Huston, Feb. 1 ISA GEO.F.DLNSMOKtt.
BrrroLa:, as. Tcb. M, 1T.
T In n personally appeared the Said lleorge F.
lllnaniorc, and made enlh that the loregolug state
lucut by him snbacrliwl i tnn. flerore me,
toUil J. Tlil.MA, Justice of the Pce,
t!n?h pacVatre eo'-taim Pt. f inford's Improeel
InhuliiiE Tube, with lull directions for uao in all
cases, j'rlce, II.U. tor sale by all Wnoluaalo aud
lull llrugglata thruiighont tho United Hialea.
WKKKS POTTEIi, General Aueats ai.a Wholo.
eaie uruKt-iia. iiuuin, .m...
Affords the most grateful relief In ell
Affections of tho Chest and Lungs.
CHRONIC PLIURISY CURED.
Messrs. Willi A Potttri ffenfireien.-ITartnir
for many months past sutP-rcd wnh a rery lamei
side, called by my nhyalcian Chroule PleurlHy,
caused by n former Injury and atrain, and for wlitcli
1 used many nretterlplloiis and liniments, aa well as
the sn-called rheumatio cures, wilhoul tlie least
benefit, my physician recoiuuieniled one of your
Collius' VotTairi I'LAargr". w hh ii, to my grcut
enrnrlne, relieved the pain m,n snrenina almost Im
mediately, i-.nd 1 have liecn aide to attend to my
household ntlalraever since with perfect case ami
comfort, wherena, before the application of your
Invaluable Dasier, 1 w.is scarcely able to do any
thing. 1 conniderlhcm inestimable. ind ahall Willi
pleasure recouiniend then to the affluieil. foiirj
tcspoctfiill.v. la. HA'.'IiS liAIiillMAX.
UULAJiP, McH AprU H, ITii.
There Is no medlcil or protective appliance that
Will nrove ao ulatelul and eflecllve In Tie.lflii.
Couwlia, Irritation und Roreneaa of the Chest snd
Lungs. Wo believe them cnnublu of Preyojuiui
bciious (iisciuea uf these organs.
PRICE, 2S CENTS.
Tin not ennfnnnd these PI asters with the ordinary
Plosiera vf the- day, Uul by tonipurlsuu are ajsv
Uecareful lo obtiln roLLiva" Voi.TAtrPLATt.
a combination of Ktcctnc. cr Voltaic Plates
with n highly Mcdlcntrd Plaster, ti aoen lu the
above ent. hoM by nil Wholesale and !:elal! Dru
gists thrnnirhout the l'nit- 1 Mnt"S snd Oinadus,
and by WtJib L POTl'tii. l'roprletois, Uoatoa,
Can Be Beautiful
ly Syed or He
paired at a Trif
C. O. D.
Iidfes' and Ssnts',
Old Hats Made New.
Ao. :(, lOiuhlli Street.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. E.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Eoad Hunning Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Trlna Leave Cairo
ht.l0p.tn. KaHt Rxpreiut, tsrrivlng In St
iiouw o:.i p. m.; cuicajo, ,:.;o, .ia.
J:20 p.m. CraCTNTfATI & L0UI5
VlLLE lfAST LINE
fVrrivlnKl n Clocln uatl 8:30, .m.j Louf
vlllu, o:i'i, a.m.: lndiitDapoliN, 4 . 1 r a.m.;
l'atKCDgtTit by this tritln arrive at above
OF AST OTHER BOUTK.
l;p. m. Kant Mail with ileepers attach
ed, for ST. LOUIS and CU1CAUO,
arriving in 8t. Loula at U::tO .m. Chi'
cago at 4.S0 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or KfUngham lor Cincinnati, loutHVille
FAST TIME EAST
grangers by this line ro through to
the hast ithout auy delay caused by
Sunday intervening. '
fhe SAlUUlJAY AFTKUNOON TItAIN
CA1BO AHKIVK8 IN NKW
10K MONDAY MOKNINUi
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
HIT ANV I.TirVU liilfrru
4 - iuui nuuift,
AaVAlLlf4ATmntl rt AtnnatU.. ll- aa.
. V v vvaujroMiiy IlliUS iUAl
they make better time than this one, are
5r4lt8UeU olther trough ignorance or a
For through tickets and information,
tpply at Illinois Central B.U. Depot, Cairo!
THAUrg ABIUVa AT CAlao
i fi'088 ...m.......3iOo p.m
' " JAS. JOHNSON,
. r. . Qen,) Southern Agtl
J. H. Jonas. Ticket Art.
CITY BOOK & NEWS STORE
AOEtti iron the ,
and Bag Co..
Printed WrawinR Paper,
Butter Trays, to.,
FOn SALI AT MANUFaCTURHHS PUIOKS.
Ha. 13S Commercial Avenue.
li-flllliitllalH li't'i'll'vil.'i'itriiiH lOiri.lJ'Hc
J OUR MOTTO: " v'thffissl Goods at tho Lowest' Price
, - r .v -t V ' " ' "
' ' Corner 8th street and Commercial Ave.
3 od cd je no :. m
' ' IDry Goods,' Boots 'and Shoes,1
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coffees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Tickings, Dress Goods, Silks.
A full line of Carpctfl, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladicf' and Mlfwtt' hoots,
This stock Is entirely New sod Fivah. Special attention civen to Country trade.
Our Mte k embraons everything not'itetl in tliu City or Country, in Groceries or Dry
Gootls. Please glvo us a call, examine our (roods and orlces before you buy.
All suff ere rs from this dltumie
xioui t o be cured should try lr. KlNe
ncr's Celebrated Consumptive l'owdeni.
These powder are the only preparation
known thnt will cure Consumption and all
dUeaseti of the Uiroat and luns indeed,
o strong Ik our faith in them, anil also to
coavince you that they are no humbug, we
will forward to every sutlercr, by mai
poHtpaid, a free trial box.
We don't want your monoy until you are
Ferfectly e&tfaned ot their curative powers.
I you life U worth saving, tion't delay In
giving these powders a trial, as they wil
surely cure you. -
Price, tor large box, $3. sent to any part
f the United Mate or Canada by mail on
receipt of price. Address,
ASH & BOBBINS,
OHO Fulton Street, Brooklyn, fi. Y
A. B OTTO,
Saloon and Restaurant.
THE BEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Constantly on hand. Also las constantly
on hand a
Large Supply of
ORANGES, APPLES. ETC..
At WhelaaaJe and fUtail.
At the Old Delmonico Hotel.
S-im aTo. 08 Ohio Leveo
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WholetaU and Betail Dealers in
OF AW, KINDS.
No. 60 Ohio Lcvoe.
MES3K8.HMYT1IACO., have coiMtantly
larxe stock ot the bent K"" in tin- mur
ket, anil irive epeeiai kttcii'icjn to the wUvlc.
sale branch of the tmainrw.
B. F. Blako
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
iVall Papor, Window OIms, Win
dow Shades. &o.
Always on hand, the oulrbralni llluiuiuall
Oorner Blanrentn Street auid Wajiti
Cflff? l'lATM), OltGAN best. Tf mm
flaVAft i I HUtnliiit? nrwa. Organs It slops $M
I'iaiioa only Co.it anwi. Circulars Krse.
u. i. JM-aitv, wumoirion M.u
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Bhawneotown, Evans
vilio, Louisville, Cincinnati . '
and all way landings.
The elrtfant tide-wheel etc amor
XTan n. ritnmf)TOf.-. Master
wiuitLas 1'anNinuToM Utark
t Will lutve Cairo everf WEDNKSDATal
o'clock p. Oi.
The Duct steamer
Leaves Cairo evwv 8ATUHOAY.
Bach boat makes elosa eonnacUoni at Cairo
BWIth flxsHsiass staawsrs for St. Louis. Mam
W,nl? X'Y' Orleans, and at KvansvUle with
11. K. for all poinu North and Kaet,
and with the IxiulsvUle Mall Btnantors foball
polattonthe Uiiper Ohio, firing through re
UlSutary sd iNataengers to all poInU
iTof urther information apply to
. . JAilKS U1U(J3, f aMMOger Agent.
Or to O. J. OUAMUKR,
superintendent and General fralaht Agent,
ASnilTfrT tta storpW.i. hsbll ahsshaety an
awsj 1 1 spviiiysuvii. iainiMsi Dsnabiirnf,
Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
Children's Shoes, Qodti' BooU and .Shoes
X3 Era aow's
A Ktmt improvrnirnt A soothing, healing,
on the otdinury porous slrvngtheninK anil pain
phisur, silling agent in one.
The manufafturfrs rn"i' i! ihe highest ntiil only
award giwn to 1'on'iis Kiustt-rs ut the Onti-iiiiijl.
We warrant Bensiin's Caiine Platcrs to lie su
perior to all other i'urous I'IumUtb and to ail liui-
Ask Those Who
Ask any physirian If Kenton's Capdne Porous
I'lasler iaii'jt the heel planter In the world. This
rein irkable article was invented to overcome tbs
great objection always feumi to Ihe ordinary I'o
rous Pliintcr of slow action in bringing relief.
For I.amc and Weak Hock, Khcnmatum, Tron'
blesorihe Spine and Kidneys, it is a truly Won
dirlul remedy. I'hysicians everywhere rreo
nine its urcat eiinenonty to other foraus 1'lai
ters ami to all liniments. It relieves pain at
(. nee ami cures tuikcr than auy knovn plaster,
liniment or compound.
There arcil:ingerom and worthless immitations
of liciuon's Capcino l'liuiter in the market. The
genuine have the woid Capcine cut througn caco
piaster, oom uy auuruuiu,, rnwMiui
2 27 7i
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One hundred and fifteenth edition, containing
a complete list of all the towns in the Uiiiiwi
Ntatoa, t e territories and the dominion of Cana
da, having a population of 6,000 according to the
laat senilis, together with the nanus of Hit newt
paper having the largest local cl-caiatloii in eacn
ol the placet named. Also a catalogue of netra
paiers which arc reommtnde.1 to adreniseis as
(riving greatest valtif in prop jr. ion to prices
charged ; 'is all newppors in the Lulled
States and Canals printing our S,'ks copies each
Issue ; also all the religious, atnrieoltunl . aclea
Mile and nrchanical, n,-j..:. masonic, juv nilr,
educational, cimmercial, insnraic.", rial mate,
in w, sponing, inu!iciii, lasnion, anil otner mui
clus journals; very complete luts . A'n many
laMes of mlts, showing tucest of avratmir in
various newspatiers an l cerytbi.g elicha be
ginner in advertising vrotiM like n xi ow d
ilress UKJI(OU P. ttOWEl.L A CO., .V p.Qvt
street, New lork.
Awtrili'd liljltot prfj. a Crr.tpDiltl El-l"'en fir
.. Tuuliiv sal v,Jmi irA t t-:l,f tha"
ortor of Mwt'i1f fcwf. lb Kert iiuanrt
eviT manf. As our blii. strip trtr'S n.Ktk Is etvlf
lmiU! on tr.ftrlr eoodi, nj tlial J Bmi 1b
m svsry eUi-. . Sold iy sil Jral . u- . :t satoliM ;
trss, la Q. j. XkS03 A fa., Mtrs.. VtUlibvi.r
FOVVLLR and FULTON,
General A gn lor the
United States Cartridge Co.,
SOUP HEAD, kELO ALU G. MIUTillTand
6PtiRTIN'( ENTKAu 1 IKK
AIM Him Kire ommuniu.,u icr pKtol J and riles.
tartn.lKoca.es, swaded sjiO retched liiillcts,
primers, re-loinling tools, etc, Senil for illuatiat
el rntatngff, 8" Hrnadtvsy, N Y t ity
rl' snrytards mind in ! s'ylei-.or V ehrn-c-iiin
with nuiuc, l'X. arue Card Co.,
u i, New Vork,
p AWI Q Ki'taJI pile W only ''-). rTirlor
I llLwO Orgsns, price $:nit only I'u
pei free. HAMJil, F UKUTV, Washington,
Railroad and , Mining Stocks
1 BOUGHT and SOLO,
On marjrin or fcren by B T WHITFIKLD,
(Maiti' Xtw t'ork Eichanire) NoH New street,
New Vgrt. Corrorpondenc in relation to all
elattes of tcurliles will receive piompi atten
YOUNG MEN '""I'Krapbyandearn
i wuitu mtw (rom Wio to 6I per
month. Small salary While Icurntrg. Mttnatlnns
ftirnmheil. Addressat onoe K V ALENTlKfc,
iriMlXKI) CARDS, with name, 1(e. Agent'
1Uout.lt hki. L. JU.NEi. CO., Nasmia, K, y.
4-fi yiae Oardat, with nam!
7W g ot- Pot-Pit. h. JONKS&UJ
NsUttAlla Ms Y
Fanny Cardfl-snow llakn, di-na8,tc.,no
two alilte, with name, li)c. Nassau Curd
do., Nassau, N, Tf .
73 OHIO LEVEE,
t City Katlonal Dank Building, ujnnlr.
Th Oldest Ksubllshed Agency in Souther
Illinois, and representing over
185 000 000
SWEET RtSSS 1, A V Y
OO Cfl fl
AVKAR, Agents wanteq, BosK
inn i Hi
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Leveo
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue ana Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Paints-All Ccfc-ihJj lor
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
The Elgin Kerosene Can
Tho Only Perfect Can in
tho World. Mado of Glass
and Warranted cot to
Leak. Corrode or Broak.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
The best In Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump. '
aa e -a f I sum i
manuiaciureu oy wiison ana
Eveden. We sell at their prices
Agency and Depot for Aycrs' and Jaynes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
kean's Medicines. We control tho celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeOinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
' La-taxmk 1 houftutail) ceU pat kanf Washine ami tlone my wanhlng In one ball
the UkUil lime at le s than ball tli tusl ul Soap, ilj clothes ware whiter. I tliil not
inVfl to ruli ibem, ami it tliii not tbrlnk my wnolnns, and for once I was enabirnl U t
liqt inner on ItionilHy. So ladles try it, and you ill save labor, time aud money. If If
Perfectly safe to uso lu J1KS. A.
5 ndl0ccnt rnck8gC8. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S-
Br. Woods' Fever Fills
Wholosale end Retail at Dr. Woods' Price.
GolSen Lion Cologne-0' "SgSJSSgr9
German Symp and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use-Very Cheap
houlder Braco3 for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
ahoo Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue tone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
FrenchEnglish and American Perfumery
' All Kinds of Almanacs Free to Al
The Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsaparlila 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
t ... Feather Dusters and Counter Brusho
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
! Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoo' Dressing, and tove Polish
Pare Imported Bay Itin, Splendid-Canada Tar
Soap- Engludi snd American Soaps Flue Im
ported HandfccrcUiff Extracts In origi
nal Bottles or In llrokou nantl
' (es as wanted at low prices.
Window Glass, Putty
Awarded First Centennial Promiu'm
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by tho U. 8. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
U. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaino and Gas
rate the same with Insurance
Companies. Used by Rail
rads Street Oars and Hotels.
te-w a 5e,
I ; i', ,
At Barfclayo' Drug Sioro.
Uinn). woird t OOu sXUula, Me