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OrFIl'IAL PAFER OF TIIE CITY ASV COUNTY.
Thfw. TXeilly, Kditor.
FOE KTATI TKtanttR.
EDWARD L. ChU.NKIUTE, of Slephtto.
Ton nrrBtNTisDEMT or nauc tJtsTktcnos,
AML'EL M. ETTEK, of McLean.
rOB CLZKK Or TBI U PWrMt CoritT, KCTHEBS CEAXD
JACOB 0. CHANCE, of Marion.
FOB CLERK OF THE AITEIXATE COURT, tOCTHERX
JOHN Q. nAKSLN. of Alexander.
EIGHTEENTH CONGRESSIONAL DIS-
CALL TOR A DEMrCRATtC DELEfiATECONTEJf
T1US TO NOMINATE A CANDIDATE TOR
The Democrats of the Eighteenth Con
gressional district of Illinois are requested
to fend delegates to a convention tn lx?
held at Jonesboro, Union county, on Tues
day, 23d day of July, 1878,
at 10 o'clock a. m., fur the purpose
of nominating a candidate for representa
tive in the Forty-sixth congress. Each
county of the district will be entitled to
the number of delegates to, and votes in,
the convention set oppoiite iu name below,
Alexander 8 tte
John'on 4 "
Ma-ac 4 "
Perry 7 "
Pop 4 "
Palafkl 4 "
Randolph 1 "
Vnlon 11 "
wnilaaion 8 "
In the counties that have not already ap
pointed delegstes the Central committees
the Democratic party will, in such man
ner and at such time as they may deter
mine, call county conventions to appoint
delegates to this convention.
By order of the Democratic Central Com
mittee of the Eighteenth Congressional dis
trkt. Jnv- II. OtEBLT, Chairman.
A. Polk .Jone, Secretary.
The Grand Cliitf of the Brotherhood of
L.oinotive Engineers has jut completed a
t iur tliroughoiit the Northwest. He ex-pn.-f'Sed
the opinion that there ha never ex-i-ti-d
iu die United States a better feeling
V:tween the engineer and raiiwaycompanies
fif this countrj' than is prevalent at this time
There were neither pall bearers nor floral
offerings at the funeral of William Cullen
Bryant, and all the ceremonies were of the
simplest k'nd. This plamuet was observed
out of deference to the wishes of the deceased
poet who had often cxprecd his opposition
to ostentatious and expensive funeralcere
monies. Not long before the. death of William
Cullen Bryant the establishment of the New
York Post whs formed into a joint stock
company under the name of the "William C.
Bryant Company." The stink consist; of
one hundred shares at one thousand dol
lars each, and More Mr. Bryant's death,
it was principally owned by himself, Mr.
Henderson, the publisher, and his sou.
Orn Vienna corresjiondcut says there is
some talk among the Democrats of John
son county, of instructing their dele
gates lrom that county to the Jonesboro
convention to vote for Mr. John j, oi.ry
mid endeavor to nomoiate him , t. ),;l
rK ratic candidate tor congress. T,u ('net
is called to the attention of Mr. W. J. Al
len. He should lose no time in veiling
.Iohuon and getting the boys to vote for
him. Mr. O. doe not de sir,. the nomina
tion, and Mr. Allen should be careful to
keep temptation out of his-wnv.
Aftem mutilating our Kuvkendall article
cpurgatMig it taking out of it all its
'points" the Sun publishes it h an ex
lrcb,don of our opinion ubout our friend
Kuyk. The Sun believed, no doubt, that it
was doing a humorous thing when it did
this meanness; and we do not therefore
hold that paper rt'Hponsiblo for any inten
tion to be mean. But it was really guilty
of a forgery. However, we do not care,
The "puff" may make Ktiyk feel good, and
no man likes to feel good nmro than he, and
no one likes ta make him fi'cl e,")4 more
than we. ' , . v
When the older .Weller, in1 effort to
nsslst the'"youngcr Weller in his orthogra
phy, interrupted the court by saying : '(spell
it with a 'we' Sammy, scU it with a 'we',"
he attracted general attention. And this
we desire to do while we invoke the Dem
ocratic editors of this Grand Division, who
persist in spelling Mr. Harman'i name with
an'0,'to spell it with an V spell it
with an V n-a-r-m-A-n, is the orthog
raphy of the name, and why all men of
type persistently spell it Il-a-r-m-O-n is
past finding out. Adopting tho grammar
of the elder Weller, we beg everybody con
cerned to spell it with a "A."
THE MISSOURI UNITED STATES
The Rock Islander, of a recent date, says :
Wo notice that the VUwtirl newspapers are pecti-
ating a tu who will be the necor of Senator
Aromrong who wa appointed by Got. Phe!ptothc
Hat made Tacant by the death of Senator BofT
aotne of them thJnkin? Arm-tronj will be h! own
inccroor.other namlne Cfot. Phelp". Gen. SMeKN.
Mr. GloTr.Col.'Vet. Thoraaa A'.len. and wo don't
know how many other. Now. while It !i trie ttai
, In IllfnoU, are not directly In'.eretted In the ran'
ter. we Mill have a desire that the feat b:i be Se4
by a man of broad and liVraJ r:t-w, a man w ho can
m both ildet of ail qertioci. and a man w ho ha a
klnd!y word for the mae of the people and who
in look oct for their interest, and w know of no
betterman than Mr. Hydeofthe St.Losi Republi
can. If we tad more men newspaper men aMr.
Hyde In C6Bre. and fewer traJin $ politician, we
wou'.d have fie a le:.-'.aUon a wocld et th whee'.
cf'.a'xirandbaiice in motion ail over the country.
The senatorial situation in Missouri is al-
m""t as complicated as the Eastern question.
After being sure you comprehend it, you in
evitably come to the conclusion that you
don't, and that noWly else knows more
aljnut it than you. Evtryliody of any con
sequence in the state is a candidate, and the
friends of each of the aspiring gentlemen
have no doubt lie will be elected. Phelps,
Sliiel-Is, Glover, Vest, Allen, Brosdhead and
the others, are all good men as good as the
est in these days of not many very good or
very great men. But, with our e.cliange,we
agree in the opinion that Mr. William Hyde
would le a better representative of Missouri
in the United States Senate than cither of
the other gentlemen suggested for the
place. Gov. Phelps and Gen. Shields are
fathers in our political Israel grandfathers
and should be retired to a cosy place by
the fireside, where thev ruav crone and
Iream and talk alwut the days that are no
more. Glover, very well in hit way, has no
good reason for believing that he can succeed ;
and Vest, brilliant and all that sort of thing,
is not exactly the man for the place, a fact
that may not keep turn out of it Allen is an
active man, and would !! a more useful mem
ber of society than he is if he were not bill
ing under the impression that almost every
thing out of doors was cstiecially manufac
tured by the Lord for the gratification and
use of Allen. Broadhead is a little too far
gone into the sere and yellow leaf; but it
would gratify the old man so much, we al
most wish he could get the senatorial man
tic on his venerable and very dignified
thoulders. But if Missouri wants a man of
Uent in statesman-hip and one who thor
oughly understands the necessities of the
Mksis-ippi Valley, the state will make Wil
liam Hyde the successor of Senator Arm
strong. Mr. Hyde is one of the few men
who have controlled the destinies of the Re
public since the war; and to no man iu
greater dcgice than to him can lj attributed
the credit of plating the Democratic party in
the advantageous position it occupies to day.
He has 1een neither boisterous nor self
iLssert:ng in his labors, but he has been re-
mnrkably effective. At the proper time he
has made the Republican speak on all the
great questions of the day, and has made it
apeak with a voice that has alwayscoinmand
ed attention. But aside from partisan politics
he would be a member of Conurecs well in
formed concerning every question of interest
to the people who live on the banks of the
Mississippi river; and for this reason would
we be especially pleased to have him struck
by senatorial lightning. We hope he may
le, but we would be stretching the truth to
say we believe he will be, for who ran tell
anything about the Missouri Scnatorship.
THE LOUISIANA COMMISSION DE
BATE. After Mr. Hayes had obtained the presi
dential chair by corruption 'n Louisiana and
it bargain with certain good Democrats of
the National Senate and House of Represen
tatives, for the pur)Mise of carry'ng out bis
part 'if the barga'u in the easiest possible
manner he sent it commission to Louisiana
instructed to give him tin excuse for put
ting Packard out and Nicholls in. To do-
liny the expenses of this commission thin
lawless little body of men-sfH.OoO were
borrowed by the government, without au
thority of law, from a New York banker.
To obtain money to pay the banker n $0,000
item was put into a bill whii h was up for
discussion in the senate on Monday. To
this item Senator Conkling's henchman
from Alabama, the greasy Spencer, made
an objection; and Senators Crinkling and
I'hiine made matters interesting by de-
nouncing the president and his commission
in unmeasured terms. They raged. Tlicy
called the commission a lawless commission,
ami declared thtt Mr. llayes had tlurown
a suspicion iiwn his own title by unseating
Packard, who was elected by the name
means employed in the election of the presi
dent. The item was defeated, although i
few Democrats attempted to secure its pas
sage, probably because they desired to pay
rascals for gixnl work done by them in the
annihilation of Republican power in Iuis
TOE MtNAMEE TRAGEDY.
The people of the State will be startled
by the news of the MeXamee tragedy when
they learn, as they now will, the scandalous
cause of the trouble that made this man
take the life - of his wife and then slav
McNamee was a young man ami was the
I.Usband of a young wife. He was cm-
ployed at the Southern Insane Aylum,
located about a mile and a half from
.Vnna, as an assistant. He was faithful
in the discharge of his duty. His wife
lived at Ann, and Dr. Barnes", the superin
tendent of the asylum, was in the habit of
calling upon her without her husband's
knowledge. The doctor says his visits were
innocent, and wo give him credit fr truth
fulness. Finally, Mrs. McNamee was also
engaged as an as?ist;uit at the asy
lum; and, oa the day she intended
to go out to the asylum and take her
place, Dr. Barnes, the superintendent of the
asylum, hapjK'ncd to be at Ajma in his
buggy. Ascertaining that Mrs. McNamee
was desirous of going out to the asylum,
the doctor proposed to her a ride by his
side. She accepted the kind offer, and
the eccentric horse of the 'doctor drew
the buggy, with its load, out
of the usual road to the asylum down jby
certain unr.s.-d lime kilns, out beyond the
line of the asylum fana farthest from Anna,
and back to the asylum. Some person met
the doctor and Mrs. McNamee while they
were enjoying this ride.' and this same per
son wrote to McNamee an anonymous letter
telling him well something that frenzied
him. He immediately had an interview
with his wife. He concluded to take her
away from the doctor. lie accordingly led
her out of the house; and, passing
from the porch, saw the doctor sitting on
one of the steps. Dnwing a pistol, he
clubbed the doctor on the head with its
butt. The doctor fell from the step to
the ground, and McNamee shot at him.
McNamee missed his aim, and the doctor
soon recovered from the slight injuries he
had received. McNamee fled to Tennes
see, but he soon went back to Anna and
expressed his willingness to be tried for the
assault he had made upon his former
employer. Dr. Barnes, however, evidently
desired no real investigation of the event,
and he accordingly refused to appeal to the
law for the punishment of a man who had
blackened his character by a false charge
and had attempted to take his life.
After the scandal had been noised alxut
a little, the Trustees of the A'vlum met
os.teu.-ibly for the purjxise of making an
investigation concerning it. The
inquiry was made in an honest but
peculiar and very stupid manner; and. after
doing wluit they were forced to do by the
evidence they had heard, which was not
the evidence they might have heard, the
Trustees made a report that Dr. Barnes was
innocent of any offense against McNamee,
and was the man of all others for the jiosi
tion he now occupies
Very well7 McNamee was not satis
fied. Jealousy was still rankling in
his breast. He was almost a fit
subject for the asylum in which
he had lost his peace of mind. He dwelt
upon his wrongs, and when Mr. Detrich,
the chairman of the Board of Trustees,
abused him in the public prints, he replied
in a bitter manner. Finally, on Tuesday
night last, at Tamaroa, to which place he
had followed his wife, he shot at her, send
ing a bullet into her head behind the right
ear, and then killed himself by shooting a
bullet through his own heart.
This is the whole of the story.
INTERESTING XKWS ITEMS FltO.M OUTt OWS
Vienna, Ii.i,,, Junu 17th, 178. Wu
thought that after license for the sale of
li'pior in Vienna was voted out, that whisky
selling would he among tho the things of
the past; that we would have no lights,
drunks or disturbances; that pca"c and
quietude would he restored. But such is
nut the cnsi' (In -ewli nl-iv isoinilav :w it
-.f i ii h-mi' , " , , J ii
was) Marshall illnini got drunk, loaded
.. ii. i , ... i i i i ,i e,
HIS .,mwn;-o,llll,il SI1UI--U1I, illio, lllUi
abusing his wife for some time swore he
would shoot Dallas l'.-id"es, mid Chambers,
and started in that direction, (apt. lb'nrv.
r i i i i. i i ii . i ci
City Mishal, halted hmi, He stoped Until
Henry got within toi or tilVen feet of him.
thin threw his gun oil' his shoulder, rocked
both barrels, staggered ll little, and hrcd I
,. ., , . ,, , , . .1
OIH) Ot the luilTcN. It happened to miss
Henry. Wilhelm was fined ,f',-.j ami cost.
Intcmpcrancu goes hand in hand with
every vice, and is the cause direct or in
direct of every crime.
The light bei.veen Marsh Ilodgo and
John Beds, about fivo ; miles north
of ' Vienna, turns out to bo a bad
affair. We did not learn the cause of the
the difficulty, ii"r were we at the prelimin
ary examination of Betts; but it was detail
ed to us that Hodge made at Betts with a
knife, cutting the leaders and arteries in Jus
right arm. Betts broke loose from Hodge,
got a stick and ftruck Ilodgo n fearful
blow on his arm, breaking one of the bones
Mow the clliow and dislocatiug it nt tho
shoulder. Betts is held m a bond of fiOO
for his appearance at the circuit court,
Hodge is unable to appear on account of
his wounds. Johnson county is certainly
gaining a reputation not desirable to its
more civilized citizens.
Kuvkendall will have a tussle for the
state senate in the fifty-first senatorial dis
trict. It is talked of now by sirong Re
publican, who ought to know, that the
Hon. S. M. Glassford, of this couniy, will
be an independent candidate fur the sen
ate: and. if he should le, I will M the
cigars that he Wats K. five hundred votes
in this county. He will carry nearly the
entire Democratic vote, besides the large
indept ndent Republican vote.
The Democrats of this county arc now
talking of instructing their delegates to
vote fur John H. Oberly in the congression
al convention, at Jonesboro, on the 23d day
of July. They claim he is the strongest
and would curry the largest Republican
vote of any man in this district, and has
hardly an equal on the stump in Southern
The family of O. A. Harkor, was sup-
posed to le poisoned, on last Saturday, by
eating a piece of a cat fish that was brought
from the river. The entire family were
stricken down directly after eating it. Dr.
Bratton was sent for. and gave them relief,
and restored them to health.
Samuel Hess, of Vienna, has sold to
Adrian Iselin, of New York. acres of
land, including the large brick on the
Northwest corner of the public square, for
f?,Q00. The work of repairing the
damag-? done t'" the brick, by the cyclone
that vi-ited our town a month or two ago.
will commence in a few days.
The Republican organ of this place is
like its parry. It is o posed to investi-
I gating either its local columns or the
irauds ot the late Presntentiai election,
Wheat ham-sting is over in this coun
ty, and the threshers are heard from nearly
ever)- hill top. The grain is no: as g'xxl as
it was last year, but the yield is large.
Eatino is aToutuke. And sleep often a
mere travesty of repos, to the dyspeptic.
Appetite is corresjndingly impaired by
this most prevek-nt of maladies, and head
aches, biliousness, constipation, poverty of
the blood, lo3 of flesh aid of vitality, and
athousand annoying and indiscribable sen
lations, are its concomitants. It is, more
over, the progenitor of numerous and
formidable bodily disorders. Obsti
nate as it is, however, its complete eradica
tion may be effected by the persistent use
of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, a medicine
which communicates Ixith vigor and regu
larity to the organs of digestion and secre-1
tion. relaxes the bowels gently but thor
oughly, enriches aud purifies the blood, pro
mote; appetite, and gives tranquility to the
nervous system. Persons of weakly con
stitution and feeble physique who Use this
subperb tonic infallibly derive from it the
staminaof which thev stand so much in need.
and it i invariably successful in remedy
ing and preventing malarial diseases.
Sanitary Record : Many persons- com
plain of always getting up tired iu the morn
iug. This ii very often due to defective
ventilation of the bedroom, orf'om Using an
undue amount of bedclothes and bedding.
Feather beds are too soft, yielding.'partiaily
envelop the sleeper, thus producig profu-c
perspiration. The habit of lying t'fi much
under blankets is also very p'-rnicious by rea
son of the carbonie acid exhaled by the sleep
er being respired. Again, it is a common
error to suppose that by simply opening a
window a li'lle at the top a room i ;,n be ven
tilated. P-ople tbrg'-t. that for proper venti
lation there lil!i.-t be all inlet Mild O'ltli-t for
the air. Pi bedrooms there is oib.n neither,
and if there':-, a fireplace it is generally elos.
ed up. Again, it is a mistake to suppose
that foil! air goes to the ti p of a room.
Certainly heated air g'K-s to th" top, but the
chief impurity. carbonic, acid, falls to th"
bottom. 'I'lii r" i- nothing - efficacious in
removing th" lower strata of air as the or
dinary open f':rc-pUi-c, specially if tle-reis
a lire burning.
L KTT I kToI . k"1 A N s 1.ALNHRY. I
Mrs. Lottie Coleman has reopened her
laundry mi Fourth street, between Well
ington and Commercial avenues, and takes
this method of informing her old friends
and patrons that she is again (it their ser
vices, and solicits their patronage. She
has reduced prices to suit the times.
i 01 MY NOTlci.
OTICE TO C(.NTRACTORS.
Snleil I, ri, tu. .'lis ulit l,e ... 1,-tv, .,1 t nt , IV,. r ,.
tn Moinliiv. the -th d:iy of .1 ill v. A. II. for the 1
folloHiii.' ro:nl work. 'iii ),rotio'ils miiy lininiie ,
He whole len.'th 01 i pi Minis, in- the ic re or iitiv
i i'nrt tliereul. the cunty r'-ser.!n-i tin- ritil t'i rej,-,'(
, r ,,;i i,,'.. VZ:
For " lining "on a ne rmi. Is-ltI tinin-j- on the ceti
l.etweet, -e, t oh. tun , ! , III,, I ,.e'.el
t 111 ' " V": ';, !'.
I bridge now, '"'l 'tilt m- cm-h" ri.er. .nld
r"lld III be cll lireil Ml teel ,e -,, on eie ll shle
ofiheenter section iiu.. :ti r-t in tic- let, t,r of
' stilil Pi feet to be I lioroii t'ii 1 v dear" d or everything
1V .. .mliiceol tl, Kreiu,il, mul on themhervn
feet i-M-ryt Iniig tn h i removed exeei.t th"" stumps ol
Also for a road to commence at the smi'lierti up.
..... Ii i,l the si, ill Hell hlillje fll ros Slllil Cirl,..
river, aud to run iilonu' ami tienr suld river tun point,
near the junctloii of tie- Tin-be mid .JuncshoM
roiids, in thi-county, -aid roud In be den red 4 roils
wide. :vi feet In reni-'r of suld mud to b.- tlmrntiL'hlv
eleareil of "veryihlnn be I lie s'lrfaci" of I lei
jrouiiM. on the r'-neilinl'-r of etuii side of subl :)
feel cverylhiiiif to to be removed c.rccptlnij stump
9A.Hl. r,i, in !.
C'auio, June in. ltrs,
JLiMi JO, lhlri.
WO THE VOTFUS OP ALEXANDER
' Wiikia. The-County lluivrt of Alexander coun
ty havu under i luemi-iit a proiwirod tliiumn of tl a
tlertliiQ preeJnetn III laid tunuty, til partleH liav
lnj auy umtluii or petition to oiler In ri'ifiird to
the ai..c aru hereby re(iieirc. to tile tho auiuc by
the, tkptuiuLxtr ni-((oii of nadl board.
8 AM I' EL J, HUMM.Connty Clerk.
gPECTAL ELECTION NOTICE.
In pitrcnanee of an order nf thfl County Hoard of
Alexander enmity, in state of llllnoU.Wopled Jnuu
. 1?S. providing for the holding of a fpeclal elec
tion, and niibiiilssiuu of the question of ImuIuk
boud under the aet named In mid order, public no
tice U hereby elven that a upeclal elecliyu will be
TUESDAY, JUT Y TIIE 9TH, 1978,
In the aeveral preclneu In nuld county. a follown.
to-wlt: At the Koti'li A Keadr engine bouse, in t bo
i"iiuiui airo precinct; at trie court Doune.in tue ortn
Cairo precinct : at the school house, iu the Dog Tooth
preclmt: at tbtulore house of O. Ureenlee, In the
iiooso irimia ureclnet: at the ptorehnnaeorA. II. Ire
laud. In the Sittita t'v precinct: At the store house of
ii. t. iirowua uro.. in tne-inenea precinct: at tne
lomvr acnooi nouse, in tne C lear creek precinct:
at the residence of Sum mil Uriley, In the Huzlewood
preeiurt, and at the store hoiie of William Dolmen,
in the town of Smidu.ky. In the I'nltv pn-cinr. for
the uurtiose of volliii; n'lion the utieslfou of the lssu
aiiee of new bonds by said county, under the act of
the legislature of rnul state, entitled "An act relat
ing to county and city ilelitn. and In provide fur Ihc
pitvntcut thereof bv taxation. In such comities aud
citle. approved February Mth. and to amend
the title thereof." Ii'broved and Iu force Anril ifT.
ls;ti. nil m'II mid new boud to raine money to pur-
euase or ..-ore ciiii-iniiinu.' none 01 s.iki county, a
pecirb-d i'l aaid order, which new boud shall'ron.
n-t of two hundred and ten howls, numbered t to
'.'lii, orine denomination of &') each: aid mm hun
dred and fifty bonds, nnmh.-red KM to W. of the de
nomination of each, niakiu.' a total of three
h'iniir-il aud sixty honds. uf the mugrfiint amount
of (ll-j.Nv. beiuie about Sil per centum or the sum
total of ail theotit-unillna bonds proposed to be re
tired, ail of raid new hondii to bear date July 1. ISTS.
aud draw Interv-t al the rate of nix percent per an
num from djte until paid, both principal sin! Inter
est to he payable at the Kirat Nntionn! bank oi New
1 ork. In thecity and tate of New York. In s. inl
annus! Installments, on the first davs of January
and July of each year, after date of said bond-, una
nitinin? through a period of nineteen aud a half
EiL-ht eml asmial in'tailmonn of 3 per cent of
the face of said bonds f,.r and during the first four
yars;;iu equal K-ml iTiiiiual installment of 5 per
cent of the face of said bomls for and d-iriior the
next fifteen year : and one final Installment of the
ren aiuuerof principal and interest of said hoiids,
ana pHVable onlv uuou presentation and urr.-n,l, r
of m h eonpnn ; and said bunds to be also urreu-den-d
ar.d dl' har.'.-d upon the payment of said
coupons for final intaiiienu.
The pnr.-eds of saie of wbkh said 113.Vi1 new
bonds to he expend.il under Ihe dire- lion of the
pmper authoritie of said con my. In thepurrhe os
retiring of ea.h aud ail of saiil ouutandin.' bond,,
and for no other puipose whatever. At which said
sp.-elal e.setion th re will be submitted to lie. K-trai
voter of ald ronnty. the !d ji stlon of lsninif
the said new bonds, under the said act approved
aud in force April C. Is?:, lu manner and form aud
for the purpose aferesald: all ballot cast at said
special dection In favor of the aid question snbuiit
ted as alnresaid. thall read. -For Issnlnir the
bond"." and a!l ballot ca-t a-.-ainst said nm-atloa
shall read. "Airaii"! I. mini: the bonds '' Tolls at
aid election wnl e open at the hour of 8 o cbx k
In the moniiiiu' of saiil dav of election and continue
open until the hour of 7 o'clork In the afternoon of
the san-e dav. when tk- v will .h rlos.-d.
SAMUEL J. HfH.
Conr.tT Clerk of laid Aieiander County, I.I.
CaiH. II . JuV. HT.
The Cro Box and Bket Co.
Flooring, Siding. Latli, Ktc
At tke very '.owet rate.
Havin? a Heavy Stck of Lri on Haai,
We are prepared to
y.W ot'l M'KfiAL ORDERS
OU the yhorteUi OIKC.
SPECIALTY made of STEAMBOAT I.UMP.EH.
We a'-o manufacture Flit I'l 111') Xi) Ai Kit I VLS
Cracker. Candy. Packing Boxe. Ma-.e. Headings
rpiK CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W p. HAI.I.lllAY. Pr-iVn.
II I. Ii ALI.IOAV. i.e.l'r. sidtxi.
WALTER lIVsl.DI', 1 a.t.ier
n t tatixii. w . r n t!.T.trA r.
lltMli I. IMI.I IIIAT, II II I ! SMNMUM,
... u wii.ua k-o.n, s7 i;i-nr s mmi.
II. II. tAMit-i:.
Exchange, Coin ami l iiiteil States Bonds
EOIGHT A NO SOLD.
Ilepo.lts r.-ceived und a r,,t l,n:,k!t bu-lne-totiduited.
.EXANDEK COUNTY BANK,
Coiinnerci.il Avenue ami F.itflitli Street,
F. IllifiSS. President.
P. NKFF. Vke ITe-IOmt.
11 Will. I. S. Cu-hier.
'1. J. EERTII. A-istuhi Ca-liicr.
F. Ilrn. Cairo: William Klne, Cniroj
I'eter Neff. Cllirol Wiill.CII Wl.lf.4 IlilO.
A. sii,,mku. I iilro: It. I.. I'.lllln.'-lev. st. I.oii!.:
E. UmbT. i airo; F. II llriiikmaii, st l.nuir,;
II. W.iis, l airo; J. Y, I' -msoii, Culedoiila.
OEN'ERAt. RANKING HL SINESS DONE. Ex
iV chiiii.'e soul and hoiiu'lit. Interest pnld In th
I , H I Sl III III,'
Slivillt's lleplirtllietlt. I nlleetloliK milc u
business promptly atiemlcd to,
j j.NTERl'KlSE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered March llliil)..
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
l 'nil-' , I Mined.'.
INTEREST pnld nil deposit V iMi 1st nnd Sep
t' liilier 1st. Interest not wltlnlriiwti ! iiibled Im
lueillntely to the prlhi-lpiil of the deposits, thereby
h'ltiii-j liiein tompouud Intefsl.
fr-dilMrenfuiiliiiiirrlei! wnn-rnniny tlepoilt
nniiiey uinl nu one else cau draw It.
WALTER IIYSLOP, Thea.ireh.
HA It BLR, ,
Eioiith Stiieet, (in Riser's Building)
I EMPLOYS only first-clan workmen, and eulfT
J or to accord io all courtcou treainii-at. i
HOOT AND SHOE MAKERS.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Commercial Avenue, lwt i '-( ' th
BUUi and bcentU it. ( , til 110, 111.
.i i 1 generally that he haa recently received
the fl m-st aud most select sun k of Lehe i of iverr
desrrlptlon ever brought to thl. clVy All wort In
hi luu executed jiromptly aud in ie h-it manner
Entire fallsfaelion irtven In every Instance l'rlce.
reasonable. A .rdlal Invitation extended to all U
cull and examine ood and learn price.
DYEING AM) REN'OVATINU.
y0UK OLD CLOTHES,
cam be hEArnri'u.v
DYKD OU IiEPAIItKI
At a TrlMliig Expense-C. 0. p.
CIIAS. SHELLEY, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
tT" Ladle and Ccuu" old tiata made new.
NEW YORK WEEKTHEBALP.
JfEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD.
OXE DOLLAR A YEAIL
am. all the leading new, contained1 In Ihe l"llv
Herald, and is arranged In handy depwim'-tu The
nibrace iMvial il(rHttet,o. s., n
the elobe. toeethes iVo. . .'I "
AM EI: I CAN NEWS
awciyenth.-Tleaat,hic Despa-che. ofth w.k
make! uf,Lc lulou- Ihi 'rW
TIIE WEEKLY HERALD,
the ellcVpeM n''wl"PaI"'r ln ,lje orlJ. no It U
Every week It !ven a faithful report of
.-mbrarlnc complete and comprehensive depat h.-
--". lu'.i iiiiut.- mil reports ,,f .,.
X hour l" Ul t'oll,u;'L, un.the.iiBestlou of
THR FARM DEPARTMENT
of the Weekly Herald giveithe l.tc.t a well a. the
mo.t or c; sii, i ,.e. .ii , ,
. r. ' ovene. re, at ir.J
.iiK.-esitoc. fr keeping buadinw and farminiuten
i. i a . , . . ""IT'euienien ty a We i
edited department, wide. y copied, under lb head
IfUInz reel t for nrartl r.l itl!, ..Int. f - -
(lothini; aud for keeoinif no with ih. i.i, .t r..ki,.. ?
at the load price. Letter from our pan and
London correspondent on the very latest fashion,
f he Home lis:, rlt,., -el ,.f i, u . ' 1. 1 n . ...
. . e--- .u'- nrni, Ijeraill Will
save th housewife more than oca hundred llmm
mi j'liv ui uuu ymyKr,
6.N K DOLLA A YEAR.
Tbere f a ii rtevnr.A i,. 1.. - v
Oftbebus nes. tnarlis'a f ...... . ,.' .
A M.tiiUe fratnra I. UmnH i .... ...i. .:
n-portid price and condition of " ' '
THE PR0DUC1 MARKET,
Whil :1 th nfl from Ik. 1..t ix .
lovi-nr tt Ktiil" jv'' . - u-..H.
at home and abroad, too ther with Stort ms..
un.-b . um..m l, ........ ..... 1 A I t -
lii.lrl O.km.Oe l......rt.' A w. V, - ..'
is im paper lu the world wbkh contains t mtieh
fn-WB tllatt.. , b,. rv U',... If . , , V, .. U' vm-.-.v ll..
..- - ........... ... . an ,-i..n,i etF,tl,
wlni hl sent, postage free, for Cine Dollar .'0u
may suturt'ie at any time.
THE NEW YOLK HERALD
In a weekly form,
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR
Paper ptb!h!hz this prosperui withci' belt.
authorized will Lot bce..ar,. receive an euiian.'e.
NEW YORK HERALD.
Broad wav A- Ann St., New York.
Misf EI.LASEtil S-NL ADTiUTIsKMENT.
oU want to increase )oiir trado or btiiid up a
a '"nil'-, or ii'iiiu i;ji a new iniiiesT
HI).,.. . To let ii, opie know whatvo'i have to
1 tl .ell flow lhal i an be done ut the lea-f
tn norm n-aink aooui. ,if.n': n ai u
more people at a less , t;,. use than any oih- r mean
of corum nilcntion Hence, an a,veriieineti that
c:in be t'lv'-n the Ino-t circnluilou for the iiean y. in
I pap.-rs. Is the surest way to dev. ;.,p jot.r
bii-li.es.. '1 o try for siuh JiCWill''!
Send for a ropr of our Standard list and l-irn what
nu iliitlieLev c.Riiiatiou )oil i an L"-t for a -Unci sum.
(.KM P. If i W F.I.I. Xi .
IU spruce Street, New York
J R -'in everv order for this I.l-t we will irive ynu
in.-r Imlfa million In ulation liiotherpaperswiili
""A DAY to Au'etits c.-inva-sliiK for the Fmiksim:
N Vinoit. Terms und out tit free. Address, 1"
' it VlcKI
KKKY. Auensta. Maine.
Awar-t',1 hvjhnt rtw at Cotnril Kvp"'lt'-'l C'f
awtlitvm nt -WI-lri v
a,r f wMtiv 4 Th l.t vl.Ki
tysr misie. As onr Wn ir"ii cusls-rmrlt U elitsiy
lnilitsl on li.fen ir ro'l'- that J i'kmm't hat
rvsry ln. H.,11 by ll H-Hit--; S"i, l f if ismUf
Iim, to C. A. Jictwi A Co.. Mfr.. Pstertbatg,
PI 1 Vfi Ib'iititlful Concert 'irnml ()(' K
1 I.A.lU l'lntios. costSl.m.i. only VMtl.Vi1
fti'i Superb iriidSiiiiirc pianos. cot fl.lni. only
M Elefiitit I prl.'ht I'lano.. cost -tsi.i, only $I.Vi.
New stvlu tprl'.'bt PliUKis tViM. Orsan. f!5. r
..I 1 ..) ..I I t,,t.i ll I Irr.ttllt If, stOHS. COst
Lulls i nil I., ri.,,.' ,.. fc -i
!, only JlUi. K!"t!unt JCi Mirror lop Oman"
ou'v iio.'i. Tn-metidous a rifle- lo clow out pn
eni stoik. New Steam Fadory siiim to 1 rectcil
N" W.puper with much Information about eot "I
I'bino and lirfHiis. Sent Free, please addP-'-s
D inii'.i, F. Hkattv, Washluutou, . J.
810. HM). H.'O. 8100.
Invested .litdlciiinsly Iii Stocks Hiptlolisi or Prlvll-iif.-i.
Is a sure roai'.'lo riipld Inrtutie. I- nil deliilH
o, I uib. lal stock Kf Iikii(.'"' It-ports free. Addn's
T. porrrK Wn.iiT Co., Hankers, H."tti! Sired.
11-' VO'' AUK
GOTXO TO KANSAS
Send for Free liuld vltlmt lull and rellnbic Infor
Itiiitloh In reu'itrd lolhe eienpet. most iiindllctlve.
mul best located farmlni; land" In tlm St"ie. Ad
lre ,, .;. j,, )( ,l4 NV (l. tielieral Imml
Krntlon A -Ten i, Kiinsaa City. .MissotirL
NO ('II UK NO FEE ! i1,'1!, ifWk
hospital, iv East WnshltiL'toii stri-nt, riili airo, nr
the en. i" of nil private, chronic and spediil dlseiisi's.
HKMINAI, -iVrAKSM. SHIIVllC lR II II.IT V lll'll W'T
MAMlonii. permiihehlly cured. Dr. o, Is u -,'tailiiiile
of iim Reform school, and use no merctirv: ha tln
Inryest pructlce In Ihe Fulled Stales. I.aiuk ru
gulrliiK treutment, with horn ami bourd, rail or
w i-l i n. Everv coiiyeiiletici" for imtleiii. Send fifiy
cent for Yl AKRIAOK tit lDK I r73 piiL'"-s iltu-ti t
ed. Murrled Inille and irenilemen aend lirt' cent
for Minple of rubber kooiI and elrctilnr of Import
Htit lliformillltill bTexpn-s. Colisiillallon Itee illld
cuufldentlul. Reliably Feuialu Pill .' n box.
Chfiwinir rt23 fobacco