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If, T. Bchccibkb, Editor and Publisher.
VOR CUBIC SUPRKM1 COURT, S. 0. 1).
w art autrwfUad to announce R. A. 1.WIL
BANKS, of WaahinKtoo County, a. a candidate
tnrUara of lha uirem Court Nmthcrn l.ranU
Divlaion, Uhnol., aub)eot to th decision oi tt
Ixsmueratio nominating ivuimittoa, to w i held
at Oainlia, May Uth. liffa. fti
FOB CLKRE OP TT1H 4PPH.LATB COURT
FOCHTU DIHTICT, ILLINOIS.
We are authorial to announce HARDIN
CASK of Carlyle, Cliamn county, candidate
r clerk af tba Apr"" oourt, fourth district,
llUiwwa, Mbject to the rteciion of th lk-mocratic
(onvcnoon tailed to meet at Central!, May lth,
W it authorlted to announce W. C. Le
CUOEE, of Ktunituain County, as a candunte
for clerk of the Appeluue Court, fourth district,
lllinoft, autiJo to thr decision of the leiin
static coaTtnuon ealled to uwl at Mr alia,
Mar lain, l7b. 2 7s
The Quincy 'Herald' says: "Whuta
mapilllcaijt specimen oi manliness and
enterprise It Is In a powertu 1 journal like
the Chicago 'Times', to attack an old
man like Bishop McCoskrey, even
though be! be KuUty, and to elaborate
in column alter column ot disgusting de
tail the aim ot which be bas been suss
.pected. That sort of a thing may be
"nigh toned" Journalism, but it U not
readily seen In that light by respectable.
Fbakck derives an immense income
from retaining from the govurumcot the
exclusive right ot manutacturlng and sel
ling tobacco, the idea originating with
the great Hapoleon, and the decrcc.belng
Issued by him as emperor in 1S10. The
success ol the Frcuch government in
controlllog.this monopoly has attracted
the attention of Germany at this lute
day, and her emperor and his advisors
are seriously considering the advisability
of inaugurating a like movement. From
the vast quantity ol tobacco consumed
'n Germany It Is estimated that an anna,
al revenue oi over $100,000,000 might be.
Gkx, E. U. Bates, the Independent
national candidate tor state treasurer, is
a well known former resident ot Spring
Held, where ho was the leading oliicer
of one of the leading banks in that city,
lie kept up a large amount ot what is
usually termed "loud" style at the cap
ital city, and wherever Gen. Hutes went,
his carriage, and "man in livery" was
sure to go. lie was really one ol the
"nabods" ot the town, and possessiug
immense wealth, ho considers hlmselt
large and pompous enough to till most
any ofllce. He went to Washington to
get office lrom the fraudulent prtsideut,
but Ilayes turned a dent ear, and ho re
turned sadly disappointed. Bites is a
genuine Republican, as sound as it is
possible lor any Keuu'jlican to be.
Like Lew Steward, the Independents
nominated him with the hope of '"bleed
Ing" his plethoric pockets, and uot with
any hope ot electing him. Like Stewart,
Gen, Bates will probably have the good
sense not to waste his "substance" on
the Impecunious Independent press
when It begins to open its capacious
'maw." Frauk.ll. IIa.lI, the "National'
candidate for superintendent oi public
instruction, is also a thorough ltcpuhlii
can, and never was nn independent,
These two men were nominated with thu
view of reaching the endorsement ot the
Republican state convention. It is be
lieved the Republicans will -Vive down
their milk" and adopt thu bantling ol
the "Nationals" as their own. Shou.d
they refuse to do.thU, it is sale to tay
the Nalonl state ticket.willcutbut a very
small figure In tho election in this state.
Fkom the last annual report of the
Illinois Central railroad company we ex
tract the following interesting items?
The final decree ot the court continu
ing the consolidated mortgage bond
holders in possession ot the New Orleans
line, was entered in November last, and
ttae transfer by the receiver to the pur
chasers was made on the 31st of Decem
ber. The transfer of tho Tennessee dU
Tldon necessitated the payment iu full
ot the debt to the state, tiiucu 1st ot'Jauui
ary the entire line extending from New
Orleans to the Ohio river, has been un
der the control of Mr. James J. Clarke,
our vice-president. Mr. Clarke has made
repairs to the plant, bridges and other
structures, and has relaid nearly 2W
miles oi the track. Ten thousand tons
oi steel rails will be laid the coming
spring. It Is proposed to extend the
line two and a hall miles up the Ohio
river, to a point opposite the Illinois
Central freight depot, by the first ol
August next. The money derived irom
the traUio of the road has been used,
under the orders ot the court, partly in
paying local debts, and partly in Im
provement of the property. This com
panyhas advanced, lor like necessary
purposes, about $1,000,000, ajralnst which
. . . . , ruy, r ...,.ti ,
II nOias i,iio.vw ui wm-svi'iirvu oonus
of the Southern company, of lien prior
tn that ot our previous investment. Onr
company will hold nearly throo-quorters
ot the capital stock of the new
doutnern Consolidated company.
The trafllc, even during this
transition period ot 1S77, has shown a
decided gain,aud our deliveries of lrelght
at Cairo, Uestldod to the south, increased
nearly 60 per cent beyond those ot 1870.
The subjec) ot the Investment In this
' Hew Orleans lino was so thoroughly
treated in the report ol the foreign de
legates that your directors have- ilmtily
tn call attention to the vastly improved
condition of New Orleans and the statu
of Louisiana under their present home
govorntncni, wuu muir commercial post
linn an entirely changed by tho accom
plished fact of deep water through the
iLtHM. Mew Orleans Is now a ilrst-clais
; port tor vessels oi the largest dralt, and
will command Its share of the exports of
,h I tnltod States to Europe. We expect
carry to that port a lidr proportion of
thfl expOriBDto iiruuuuwtu me mississippi
Baitoiouk, Md.I have used Dr.
'. Buli'l conga syrup personally and In my
.mil fortwozor three years, and tin
prepared to say that there is nothing to
voooiparato Has a remedy for coughs,
i ooidj, etc. James Corrle, Dentist.
HEWS AND NOTES.
The Wisconsin assembly has just piss
' td a ootfpuUory education bill, j
- A.T.WwrtCo- ot New York,
ra payitiX out gold and silver dollars at
, ' par. ' j
- AblUhan been introduced la the laa
ylvanla lcirbtlutura, making It a penal
olk'nse for any one to atk another to
take a drink, n this bill should becomo
I law, won't It be a littlo roughen the
fcllowg who aro always thirsty, and are
often out of money.
The C. B. fc Q. carries newly ono
thlrd ot the cattle reaching Chicago, and
nearly twice as many as any road. Dur
irg 1877 liogg to the number of 1.210,050
were ilolkerod byC, D. & Q. cars at the
I'nlon stock yards in that city; 30.2 per
cunt, ot the entire number delivered by
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
I'oDkllUK ud Hie New York World'
Interview W lint Ihe MetiHtor ftaya
itbout i Ex-do v. ronton to be Cut
lertor at raw Turk City Tha Old
l liustntcaanen and Ileroe Rucl
(From Our ltctfular Comvpondcnt-1
WAsniNOTOX, D. C, April 22, 1S7S.
The defenco that Senator Conkllng
makes, when the recently published "in
tcrvlew" is brought to his notice, is not
an original one, and not even iu the line
ot originality. "I did not say It." says
the senator, "and when 1 said it tho man
took no notes, and the conversation was
a private one." But the Internal evi
dence ot the report itself is too convincing.
Denial, even less equivocal than the
senators, would not change the public be
lief. The reporter may have added a line
or two here and there, but the substance
Is Conkling's. Ho called Mr. Hayes "that
man Hayes." Ho claimed the Invention
oi tho electoral commission. He said
that Stanley Matthews was a pretty good
man, but wealc lie said there was a
bargain between Gov. Nioholls and
Hayes, and that Stanley Matthews and
Sherman wcro privy to it, and that
when the wholo truth about Louisiana
afiairs was known it would sink tho ad
ministration "to the lowest depths of in
laniy." He said the administration's
civil service reform was a liumbug.whlch.
it Is. He said that Burnside was a ninny,
and that Hoar and Chrlstancy sold them'
selves to Hayes tor patronage, and that
Conover was kept up to the support of
the administration by fear ol a criminal
persecution. All these things, no doubt;
he said. His denial, it he should make
one, would of course satisfy tho senators
to whom unflattering allusions were
made, but the public will still believe
that what Is g iven as coming irom Con
kllng came irom' him.
The effect of the report upon Conkling's
prospccU ot succeeding himself as sena
tor from New Vork must be great. If
he boldly announces that the ideas and
opinions of the reported Interview, omit
ting what is purely personal, are his, and
proceeds to enforce them by speech and
act, thus compelling a rupture of the
party with the administration, he will be
come oi necessity the leader ot the party.
Ii he pursues the policy of silence in
the public councils and in the caucuses of
the party, but lets his tongue ruu iu a
scandalous rule in his intercourse with
individuals, it needs no prophet to fore
tell not only his downfall as a national
leader, but his loss of influence and
power in his own state. It is common
talk, by the way, that Mr. Hayes will
appoint Ex-Senator Fenton, collector of
customs in New York. Just how this
would advance the cause of ciyil service
reform no one can explain, but that it
would seriously threaten the ascendancy
ot Conkling in the Republican politics of
New York is unquestionable, as it would
put the enormous iederal patronage of
the custom bouse in tho hands oi Conk-
ling's enemies. That they would use it
agulnst him mercilessly and unscrupul
ously, and would be encouraged in so
doing by the administration, does not
admit ol doubt.
It Is gratilying that the
earlier statesman and heroes of tho
country are receiving attention now and
then. It was a good idea to set apart a
portion ol tho capital for a ball of
statuary, in which each state might
place statues of her Illustrious sons. A
resolution was passed the other day
which will enablo the Washington
monument association to go on with the
work upon that great commemeratlvo
shalt. The house only last week voted
money for the purpose of erecting a
monument to Jefferson. Yesterday in
the seuatc Mr. Beck presented the resolu
Hons ol the Kentucky legislature In re
lerence to a monument to Gen. Zachary
Taylor. The Ideas associated with all
these men arc patriotic, and such as tbe
Americans ol the future may safely
I'hkdjidicb often rules in the ddvsIc-
al treatment ol hables. They are allow
ed to suffer and scream with pain from
colic, flatulence, bowel disorders, etc..
when some simple, reliable and safe rem
edy as Dr. Hull's baby ivrun. would
give almost immediate relief and pertect
ease to the little sullerer.
E. N. Freshman & Bro's
ADVERTISING AGENTS. .
Io0 W. Fourth St.,
Lend two US .'1?r,"n?d free U.W PPlic6oB
' u Lll ur iril n nine - .1
our aayeriiera Manual,
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All tuff erers lrom thin dim...
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aiv ui i v ue eureu auuuiu iry Klaa.
nor'i Celebrated ConaumpUve ri,?
Tbeae powders are tbe only Dropai.,," '
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kiiviru Vila, aijivuievvusuuiyuuu lan
dlaeaaea of the throat end 1udk lniiee
ODtronguourfaitiilnthem, and also to
convince you that they are no humbug, we
wlU lorwurd to ever anflerer, by mai
poetpald, a (Tee trial box.
We don't want your money until you art
Ferfectlr latiafied of their curative pewen.
I you life U worth Mavlnz, don't deiey In
givtni; thene powdera a uial, a the wil
aurely cure you.
trce, for larKO box, 3. tent to any part
t tba Unite1 BUUm or Canada by mail on
receipt ol price. Addreas,
ASH ft BOBBINS,
M Kultoo Street. Jlrklyn, . Y
Tha following Cur I probably the most
remarkable arer ffucted by any media
eal preparation for the treatment of
1 "tH '"'"r thai I Intro had Cs.
larrli for ten yoni-n, end for the lant ill vcarn htv
Deen a icrriwo miKornr. I wik rcndcrtifl partially
i 'J? bll")n I" U hl, paln acroMlho trm'
nd ulcerated tonxllis lianl tnl conan ermirh.
avre pln acrow the client, and (vitv Inillcatlor!
ofeoiaomptlon. Sty head aherl all tha tim. Tin
matter accumulated to .rapidly In my head anil
t'iroat that I could not koup them free. Frequently
Mh. wwiuu mil iiik win UI neii, II BPfmeil 10
Die, at tho point ofnuflurntlon. I would then have
motirw to every meant Iu my power to dlnlmlirn
the mucin from my throat ami head before beinir
anlo to eleen avaln.
Innilli were nlcerated and ta much IniUmml thai i
ror a porioa or x yeart air
roulil wltlKlltlioultynwiillow, I flnallyeooeultedtn
eminent lurneon lu reuard to an operation on thoni,
." mi. i,:intiti, iiuttiiiuiiuti iv. i un conmani in
uiuuiiinui'n aua ulceration in my mrnaicauied br
tho polaonouii matter riropplnirdowu from my head
ubu.u .i iimtu uu muniui-'u III III II KB .IIUl 1 COUK'l
cd InceMautly, a deep, hard rouKfi. Meanwhile,
myayHtein DCKnntoehowthc cllerUiof thu dUeaxe,
ao that I lott flt'Kli. vruw pale, ami ahowed every
symptom of an earlv death by consumption. When
matte r had reached thlmtaKo.or about eli monthi
KO, 1 began tlio ue of Sakford's KantrAL C'eaa
rua Catakbii. After uiliv the II rat bottle I beiran
10 iniprove rapuuy. ine nmnonaaoeniedtocluor
seemed Ki-ulunlly to nrrout the dlsrhnmct.
my ueaa aa i nun iiqi Known it to De for yeara.
Moppttt thy coHfjh in three M;. Br mlo It
kutkivi bum. n-titu-fii inn inanimation tnij aW)..
IiiKfinTtonitlU.flotiiftllhoyBooncPfWefJ to trouble
The soruneM sciohh my chcur, dlmnneftro.l
thr buz 7. In if note In tuy hf
ceniM'd. niv icnae oil
I II if
ml uvery nymptom of dhetwo tlmt had rf ducwd nm
iuu ui ncuriiii
wf ro conipiciriy rcniora'i.
to the rente of the irrave dl.appcnred by tho tuo
OfftAKTORira IJ.Hir.l. I'l-HM Wnn I'.-r.iiaii
I have been time eipllclt beamp, a a drnirvl.t,
I huveaeen aKreut deul of eulferliiy froiu Catarrh,
and hoie to convince many tha IUU It a rcul
I am familiar with tha treatment of Catirrh at
rrnciweu uyine dpi pnviciaiiA, anil nave connull
ed the most eminent about my cane. I have ucd
every khiii oi remedy ana apparatua mat nave ap
peared durliW a period of all yean past, and hav.i
wniie rniloa niff tlieir ute, taxen qrvtt care of m
-furi ii vtu i ii, un, Mutitiuvu uu rcuvi or encourage
uji ii. infill iiv ti nifm. "
Uosivx.Fcb.W WJi. UO.F.WSM0i:E.
Brrroia . m. 1 Feb . . ln.
Then perima!lT npponred th MM Georeu T.
innaniore. ana inane oarn that the l,iroolik'ttc
uivu, uj uiiii iiitnn,-ri'ii-ii irue. jn ion, me,
SETU J. Tlll)lAS,JiutieufUier0ca.
Tarh pacnKecnntalra Pr. Fanford'a Improrrd
Inhaliuir Tube, with full dlrectloni for nee In all
cn"f. iTice.fi.uu. ror a pv ail wnoiruie and
l. -tail iiruKim tnrouifhout the I nlteit staiee.
WEKKS ItlTTER. O.-neral Atfcnta and 'ttliolc.
eaie iirngHMM, jHiaron. ,,iim,
Afford Ihe most grateful relief In all
Affections of tho Chest and Lungs.
CHRONIC PLEURISY CURED.
.-i uinuj iiiuiitni, jiivi p'mi-reu wim a Tery lanio
m'1, vauLu uy my pnieiun cnrouie rieurwv.
caued by o former Injury and itraln. ami for :ilc!t
, uecu ninny preM-ripiioue ami iiuinierite, ae well as
the en-cbllva rluunmtio cuie. witlicut the le sit
binctlt, mv physlclin recoinnn n.li d one of your
Collins' oltaic5 1'lastikk. winch, to my Krent
urrirife, rcllevi d tNe pain aiirl aorei.esi .ilinu-t Int.
mediately, and 1 have been aMe to nitund to luy
boueetiold atfalra ever niitc wall perfect case and
roRifort, wherraa, before tlio annllratlon of vo ir
Invaluable I'Wer. I wa scarcely able to rlo any.
tbtnii. I cmiMiliTlhcni InvHI'imble.nnd nhull Willi
plenstire recuumii -ml them to the uMlcted. Voma
Ttf?rfii!iy. mm. FRAXcts UAi:::iiLvx.
Okluli, Mc, ApnU'l, lii.
Tliere Ii do medical or proteetlTe tppllance that
win ,'ium: rnu-ini ami eaeeriv iu i;c.lli
( ougliii, Irritaiiuu mi'l horenew i f t!ie CheJt ami
l.n'i. e believe them cuptblj of prevutairf
ovi.vuu ui.vnk, vi iiiuu ur(Jii,.
PRICE, 25 CETS.
Tin rot confound these PI artinrvlta tne ordlnnrr
rioters of the day, Ulat by comparison are alo
Be caretul to obtain Collins' Volta r Pl v stuh.
a combination of Klectrlc or Volinic Plati-j
1th n hlKlily .Medicated Master, iu ,: n In tlid
n'eiveent. Sold bv all Wholi nlc and I!etll Drnir.
klst tlironirliout Hi" I'nlted Statin and Canadim.
ami by WttliS i I'OTTUt, rroiirictore. Iioaion.
k MAN OF A THOUSAND.
fi CONSUMPTIVE CURCD.-Wbeiidr.ih
' A u Hourly iet7d from Cooauiuptioo. all rrmt- I
dm h,ln fulled, ,nd Dr. H.Jtmu u f,wrliuiit.
i(, u .etiacoun, luMe a annar.Moa af Uilb.
nuip waiea carta Bit coiy colli, ana Dew flrei thf.
ccrp irw oa mclpt or two . w t, expeoie-
irmp an, carta aigai iwuta, aauaa ft tbe .toouwa,
nawm braaa a rma ooie !e twrov-niar hoire,
Addriw. CTfADI-OCrf Af'd..
.,033 Uace St. , Fhlla., uauJuji tlii, paptr. .
S AFFORD MORRIS,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank BuiliilnK, UH.gtairs.
Tho Oldeat Kitab'.ieheil AiTtnL'V in Souther
Illinois, and rcpresentioK over
165 OOO OOO
Orders for Coal by tho oar-load,
ton, or In hogshoads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month cr year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
OniceoB Whan boat, foot of Sum tnt.
Ka-yptian Mills, Twentieth atreet.
llIm,p'.00, f Tinr-bth tract, or
foil UfSot! drawer 30U
W. R. SMITH, JR M. D!.
Office and Besidenoo :
No. 21, Tblrteenth-Ht,
CAIBO. I LI
nmilN M Israklaa kaMtMi
m w m wai
fttlatM Owm Oe, iaa.
NWIfjus ncRii if v
er MtaHte.reS'.w a.aia.i I
ummIii. hmj k- d&Iaii nm., . . pi.nw ra
,at. i.. fcr' U. a.ia iVVII W-XS..
(.anwaiara, aaar Ua. Iwyri.!.. r., Olrnf,, ,ua
i a l AM II In. I
Iciilara tfm. J . W or lb A rn.KtfH-ral.l'ar.
ante aeini wir "T?
onus, aioo a diuu
Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoo
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
A lull lino ot Cnrpt'ts, Mattings, Floor Oil
Lmlics' and Miasog' Boots,
I his stock Is entirely Now and Fresh.
Our tt k embraces everything needed In
uuuus. t leasu jjivu un 11 can, exuinino
City National Bank
W 1' II AM. ID V. I'rt'KMent.
UENKY L HAM 1A Y, Vice Treef.
A BSAKKOKU, t'ariliier.
WALTER HYSLur, Ass't Cubior.
3 Slants Taylor, It H CunnlnL-batii .
Ii I. tliilluluy, Y J' Hulli.lay,
0 1 M'iliiumson. Stephen llir.J.
A ii S third.
Exohango, Coin and United fitr.tos
Bonds Bought and s Vd.
pvEPOSlTS reotlvcl and a tni.rI anklllc
y busmeaa done
CITY NATICjc Ah BAITS,
Cairo, - - - Ilhnois.
TiiCKJCSr paia on
lenoeiita Mnrnh lat ard
A.plni M tot.
IntvfVhi not withdniWB ia ail.
iM imme liatoly to tlie principal of the Uoj'oalt
iuerwuy k11"7 T"e'- wjiipoiHi JmereHl.
Married Womon and Children may
Deposit money ana no ona
else can draw it.
g.Opco every bualnebbday ftouito.m. to 8 y.m.
W. HTBLOP. Treaauror.
K. Iloia. Prfflirtent.
H. Wr-Ufl, GaMhitr.
I. J. Kerlh, Ami. Ln-r.'r
P. !cfl. Vic Pres'U
Corner Oc mcorolil Ave. and 0th Street
F. Uroeit, Cairo.
Wni Klusc, Cairo.
Win Won, Cairo,
r -eir, (. airo.
a Mounka, Cairo.
E Iiuilor, Cairo.
u w din, i airo.
K II Hrinkmao, it LouU
i Y ClernsOQ, Caledonia.
A Uenernl Bikoklnu Bntlueas Done
tExchannc sol J and liouifh t . In terutt raid
0a the rinvitiKe DcijttrtrncTit. Collections Uiidt;,
aad all truaineB xiroiimtlv attended to.
B. F. Blak
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
tVall Paper, Window Olasa, Win
aow enaaes, eto.
llwaye on hand, tbe culebrati.'d llluminatl
Corner Blaventh Street and Waahl
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS
ferJ. XjiOTJIQ 1
THE truinbby this road connect i f 81. I oui
anil Kuiit rt. I.oiiln, with all other linen to
un.nvrui, trMlauU Wrai.
TIMK BCHKIITJMS .
TlimUKh Kzi.ivia Uavvi Cairo ...,H A' a. in
" ' Arrlei 1.. Ml. Umia i ;.W p.m
MurjihyBboro Aociuiuuodation Iavt
Luiro.....,M 2.20 p.iu
Murphyeboro Atcomodation arrive ut
.Murpbyeboru II :0ji.m
XUrougu tipreaa l-avra K. Ht. I, uia ri -.I'' u,m
" " Arrive at Can o 4,1.", p.m
Miirrihyeboro AccuinmudaUon lavca
Munibyiboro 8;'iO a.m
Miiriliy.boro Accuiiuuodntion oinvn
at Cairo ut 12 .US p. in
REMEMBER Th Cairo und St. U'in
Uui o.NI.V ALL KAIL UOLTt U
iwwn Cairo aad bt. Louis umlcr one man-
agemi'nt ; ttKn-fore there are no dcluya at way
utiuut awaiiinK coaneotmna from otlwr iina.
PaasrnKera Goln( North, Northi'ait and We.it
fthould nut buy tbair tlcketa until tliey b.ivu ex
amined our rules and rnutca
I.. M. JOHNSON, Cen'l Manager-
B J. KINK Inderal Aiftnt, I Mm. II!.
a 1 -- i
l.H Mivn-ir ami K,r,.-V C fi I V
lniin.ui,. r i im,. vuniraoi
r l.-riu vuiiiiuui
III' 1 1, H
Goods at the Lowest Price
Specialty in Butter,
Dress Goods, Silks.
Cloths, Curtain Damaskn,
Children's Shoes, Gents' Boots and Shoes
Spcelnl attention given to Country trude,
tlio City or Country, iu Groceries or Dry
' or country, lu Uroeerles
and priced betore you buy.
our kooiis f
CUT BOOK k NEWS STORE
AGENT FOn TUB
aad Bag Co.,
Printed WrariDinff Paper,
Butter Trays, &c,
s.u.i; at v. iXfracrcRKKS i niCKs.
Mi. I ill t'niiintrrrlnl Avpiiii.
WJJtJl.KSALE AND KKTAIU
IN THE CITY.
Gocda Sold Very Close,
Coir.er 19th street and Oommorcl Ave
C. O. PATTER & CO,
NTKA.H IK) ATS.
Evcnsvilie, Cairo and Mcmplils
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetown, Evans
villo, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The eicitaut elilo-wheel Meanir r
A' ai.t an D. I'BnxnrftTotf .Master
JiiAiu.K" I'xhnihotom Cli-rli
t Will lavo Cairo over WEDNKSUAY at
o'clock i, ui.
The fleet sliainor
Leaves Cairo every bAXUUUAV.
Koch bout maken r.lo&e connectioka at Cur0
K'tih ilm-:!ua oUaui.urj for St. Louia, Mi-rii
'hj uui New Orluuia, and at Kvanevllle with
the t,. A C. K. H for all pnlnUXortb aria kmi.
und Willi Ihe luiavtlle Mail Htesmers fOhall
lioiutii on the fTfjier Ohio, KiviBK tlirouxh re
rwit u onfrcighUi uu J JiajjuciiKeru to all iiOIQU
for urtlier information amily to
J.VMK.S UlntiS. PaaenRer Airent.
J.l. I'HILLU'S, 'Arfenu.
Or to . J. GllAifMKU,
duiKTintiTiiliat and Unerul KreiKht Aitent,
i I:';, Mm
Bt. Louis. Mo.
JE0S. A. BICE, A. M.L. L.B.,
T a a TJ TAD aw
JA8. KICK. A. M.
I, H. ETJBWO0D -
FULL LIFE SCHOUHSHIPJ SSI 00
M09T fimplete, Thorouxh tn-t Prm tira
rjure of r-tuily in the Unitiil Wuu-a
courne inilispcnsibla to every yuunif nmn eifl
liajHiiig on the aca of lite.
For Illaitratei CircuUr,
1 llua . A. HICK, A.M. L.
lcH l-.tlw Preal.lent.
A. BOT TO,
Saloon and Restaurant.
THE BEST OP
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
CoruiuiiUy ou huud. Also Im coiwtantly
on hutnl a
Large Supply of
0EANGE3, APPLES, ETC..
At Wholeaale aud Ratall.
At the Old Delmotiico Hotel.
5 im No. OH Ohio Levee
lii'llK niili'i1. Iluat,
gi ft u o i,n i i, a tk w a ti ii r.m. n
Ja "Htin ilio ktinwiiworlil. A'fii;il W'tU h A'f
i3JJUiin. Aadrma, A. toviiaa U
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Lcveu
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avcnuo and Eighth Stroot
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Paints-All Colors Raadj
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
West Virginia Oils.
Thp Elgin Korosene Can
The Only Port" oct Can in
the World. Made of Glass
and Warranted not to
Leak, Currodo or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
Tho best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Eveden. We sell at their prices
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWrVES USE WASHENE
'Lat week I bought a 10 cent package of Washine and done my waihlng In one ball
theimia! time at less than hail the cot of Soap, ily clothe were whiter. 1 did not
bave to rub them, and it did not thrink my woolena, and for once I wan enabled to gets
hot dinner on Monday. So ladles try it, and you will lave labor, time and money. It !
perfectly fOfo to use it. MKS. A.
5 and 10 cent Packages.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-0' fSSgr9
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
yhoo 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 Sarsaparilla 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
ttt ... Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoo Dressing, and tove Polish
IMire Imported Bay Hum, Nplendld Canada Tar
Soap Engl lilt and American Noapit Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extract lu origi
nal IlottlcH or iu Broken uantl
t lew un wanted at low priced.
Day Your Brags
At Barclays' Drug Sioro.
Window Glass. Putty
ftp lla H,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Tanner's Pish Oil
Tho Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after 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
the same with Insurance
Companies. Used by Rail-
Street Cars and Hotels.
Buy WA SHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
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