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THE DAILY CAIUO UULUCTIN: WEiMsf)AY MORNING, DKUfiMHKU 4,
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I .nrvji'.-i ( 'u-i-itl'il ii ii "I iin.v I iil.v in
Stmt luTit llliimii.
'inly Moriiiiiir iMily in Suutlicrn Illinois
'Tl IC1AL l'APKK ttfTIlK I'lTY ASH t'Ol STY.
M.H. I Tiir t oll, Kilitor.
Tub uuw lino of tin1 Mi'inihi.. Littli'
1! vk A: T'jxiiit road will l! foiniili-tfil on
t'.oj 15th ot next month IkUvpi-ii Pine HhitT
nd Arkitpolin, on tin- Mississippi river, in
Advick from Yuma. Arizona. ay that
track laying has been reMuned on the
Pacific road, and tl.at the rail are giting
down at tlie rate of half a mile u day. The
yrtnlers ar,! ahead of the track, and already
.owe forty or fifty milcu up the valley of
C.mtaix KwM ure becoming numerous
a-,':iin on tin; Persian main, and so trouble
some that the Knglihh government has
called upon the King of Muscat to squelch
tli -ni, or, in the event of failure to do
s-), to take the consequences. As the mili
tary force of Miiocut consists of "mv
ent'xn otlloeis and three meu-of-all-anii.-,"
tie- King is in a quandary. If he fights the
)hr,it--s, his kingdom will be. exterminated.
Jt' tie dn.'.sn't fight them, his kingdom will
b- absorbed. The only Tiiiiil) alternative
ile-p-fiiie, seems to be to run away.
Tift; progresa of .Princess Louise to her
new honi'.' in Canada, was a continued ova
tion, ami omt that shows that we ore much
.yiven to tin adoration known as "man
worship.'' The contemplation of men and
women inhe frenzy of enthusiasm over the
mere sight of a wooden hulk that contains
the body of a live princess the contempla
tion of such a' spectacle hurts. Princess
Louise is said to be a good woman; but
every Amerieun or Canadian community
of u thousand souls, contains as good a one;
but the crowd that would surge, tnd yell,
and hurrah about the person or home ot the
lust named woman, 'Would be held as a
crowd of idiots. Anil where's the real dif
ference? Fiiank nAXTF.lt, a spiritual clairvoyant
medium, of Piltstield, Mass., was recently
entrapped into an elaborate ('cscription of
tlie spirit of a person, w ho. according to tlie
celestial information whispered to hiin. had
been dead flftaen years. Unfortunately for
Prank's reputation, it was a put up job on
him, and the person described was still
aiive. Mrs. Pickering, of Rochester, New
York, was Si.iz;d while personating the
in -iteriali.'.'d form of a young man. ami
luought out and exhibited, as the fraud slu
Wits. Mrs. Stewart, while personating the
-pirit of a yoii!i:; lady who was drowned at
JJuiucy, Illinois, shooks hands with a gen
tleman who held lamp black in his palm.
:uid afterwards came from the cabinet with
Iniud and face n'l besmeared with the lamp
black. For many months this same medi
um personated the spirit of (leorge Wash
ington, mid, very much like tlie lather of
his country, waved it ten cent llag over her
bead, crunched candy and oranges, and
Jubilantly joined the nudiencc in singing
the ,lU;!il, White ami H.ue." The success
of this brazen mid stupid fraud encouraged
the Hume woman to the commission of w hat
the most hardened iiiiumii.' us must regard
.-is shockingly McrcUnioiu., not to say infa
.m u. This wjs nothing less than tit"
'personification of .lesuv Christ, the Son of
f!od! Ueprefentiii: the liuler of Heaven
and Earth, she stooil upon the t-tae, placed
her hand upon the heads of devout mem
bers of (Im audience, blessed them, and
from one of them accept, d j hnquet! The
next worst feature of ibis shinni-lcHS and
revolting ufLir is, thut six or eight women
publicly certified that they vicrf present,
on Jesus, know that deception whs impo.
sible, trnd that he loufed about the platform
of the (.ibinet, in lull view of the audience,
for a full half hour or more I Ami , t with
a full knowledge of this most perfidious
fraud, hundreds (it persona fleck to Mrs.
S'a. wuno'.'s, mid bear solemn tentimony to
i theuttor impossibility of decepttou,and the
cnnseiUent ('iiiiinciichX of iter mnterinli.a-
i tinns. Am tin old fellow said when the
j tailgate of liis wagon came out, and let his
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mini 01 upptcs run in uif iwinmii in u siei-ii
hill, "wo liavt' no words that ure cipinl to
H ah Conjtreits any rights which Sherman
nnd Sheridan are IkiuuJ to respect? The
.iio'wii.m tti nun lli.-it Kiiilv M-ill uiMinor tiir
Inter lie called upon to consider. The un
Miuleil aluiMC of Shernian is only surpassed
hy the iinpmleiice of the dashing Sheridan.
His effrontery, in otHcially reeoininending
the i".talilishinent of a military force on the
Mexican side of the Rio (irande, in h;
event that certain conditions which he pre
mt'iIic arc not observed, is not only an in
siilt to .Mexico, but a piece of brazen impu
dence that stands without a parallel, The
suggestion covers the proposition that we
go to war witlr a friendly power, unless
dint power sijiiareit its action aecortling to
his peculiar notions of international polity!
Puring the jtast several months Mexico has
striven hard to remove all cause of com
plaints from our Texan citizens, and to de
mean herself us a people who sincerely de
sire to maintain friendly relations with us.
It is such a people as this, that the Lieuten
ant (leneral of our army is permitted to in
sult, and no word of reproof is heard as
coining from any quarter that is clothed
with authority to administer rebukes, And
thus we go, and will continue to go, until
the government becomes an object for the
contempt of its own creatures.
MOllK MKX AM) MOXKY; HUT
MOHE MOXKY IX AXY KYEXT.
General Sherman and (Scncntl Sheridan
and the Secretary of War have made their
reports, and the burden of their song is
'more men. more money men and money
if Misible: but more nioiey in any event."
No reasonable American citizen objects
to the maintenance of an army soiflicicntly
large to police the country; but who knows
that the present force is not large enough
fir that service already? Gather in the
shoulder-strapped, wax-moustached Col
onels, Captains, Lieutenants and their train
of attendants from the first-class hotels of
W ashington, Chicago nnd elsewhere; util
ize the surplus troops that are becoming
stiff-jointed from inaction, in om sea
coast forts, inland barracks and arsenals,
and there will no longer be any need of the
beggarly show in the Indian country or
along the line of Mexico. With an army
of twenty-five thousand men, we are re
minded of the inadequacy of our forces
every time we fight a dozen families of In
dians or chase u half score of horse thieves
across the llio Grimde into Mexico. If the
forces engaged in that sort of service are
too small, the fact is not chargeable so
much to the want of a large army, as to a
neglect to utilize the men who tire subject
to such sendee.
And the army engineers are prolific in
suggestions as to how more money might
be expended to the great advantage of our
sea-coast defences. More stone forts are
wanted that the modern artillery that
knocks them into powder will have a bigger
job of it; and thut, in the construction of
such forts, oilmen who relish the luxury of
light duty, may be detailed to the sinecure
duty of supervision. The Ordinance ollicer,
the Surgeon-Geii'Tal, the (uarterinaster
(ieneral, the Commissary -General, all these
su'st places where very considerable
sums of money can be made to perform an
indispensable service, lint all these sug
gestions are worthy lite serious attention of
congress, although, (despite such numerous
uid pressing wants) the ollieers reporting
are unanimous in the declaration that never
before was the army in such good condi
tion as it is to-day. A continuance ot the
economical practice of the past two years
may prevent ciiemitinji excesses, and keep
the urniy in the splendid condition that ex
t u!s th -se words of prais:- from the
Generals in command of it. If more men
are needed, furnish tbein; if im increased
appropriation is a necessity, make-it; hut
let the men be furnished and the money be
appropriated in obedience to the demands
of necessity, and not under the imperious
call of shoulder-strapped aristocrats.
SOMETHING THAT SHOULD 1!K
'I'lu-re seems to be considerable exaspera -
linn among the more intelligent portion of
the German-American element of our Kipu-
lation over the indignities shown to nnd
hardships imposed iiMin such members of
that class as re-visit the Fatherland. Prince
liistuarck and his immediate associates seem
unwilling to concede that German-American
citizens possess any rights that lire en
titled to the respect of the German govern
ment. The nameless indignities such citi-
.ens of Amerie are called upon to ufftr,
owe much of their neveritv to the cowardice
displayed l.y the Cniteil State., in dealing
with the ease of yountr Steinknuler, a native
lion citizen (if ndopted parent", resident
nl' St. l,oiiis. This younp; man, while ut-
tending one of the llerlin colleges, was eon
scripted ns a German subject, torn from his
studies nnd hurried into the army as a com
uion soldier. The indignation of Gcriuan-
Americnn citizens was earnest mid out
spoken, and the .demand , was tluu made
that the case bo adopted as the ground work
for determining, once nnd for all, the
rights of German-American citizens while
on the soil and under the laws of the Ger
man empire. It was tin outrage upon the
rights of nn American citizen that called
for prompt and decisive action upon the
part of our government, llut instead of
remonstrating, ns the German minister at
Washington would have reioonst rated had
the case beeu reversed, Mr. Bancroft Davis,
treated tho matter as nothing more than
an individual case of hardship; and to the
surprise of everybody, our military presi
dent, General Grant, upheld the truckling
minister in his cowardly submission to what
was nothing lefs than the haughty dictation
of a despotic chancellor.
And now contemplate the result. Almost
every mail brings us details of outrages,
insults nnd impudent inquisitorial search -s
of which German-American citizen are the
victims. That class of citizens are made
to see that the subjects of other jxiweis
jHissess privileges and immunities which
they do not possess, and which, if claimed,
would not be recognized. The Russian,
the Icelander or the Esquimaux may live
In Germany the term ol his natural life, and
nothing more exacted from him than obe
dience to the laws. Not so, however, with
the German-American. He may be forcibly
ejected at the end of two years, while his
son, horn on American soil, and in Ger
many simply as a student, may he snatelied
from his luniks and forced into the rankof
the German army. To such a humiliating
condition have Grant and Hayes and their
respective advisers, brought the "Gr-'iit
Twenty-five years ago, when a less aggra
vating case was presented in the person f
Martin Kosta, the prompt and decisive ac
tion taken by Secretary Marcy, won the ap
plause and admiration of every Gernan cit
izen of the United States. I'ut thecontrast
presented by the Steinkauler case, and the
still later case of Adam Ruber, of Wiscon
sin, is so marked and palpable, tint: the in
telligent German citizen can but feel a con
tempt for the cowardice and pusilauimiry
of a government that will not, or liare not,
put out its arm to protect him in rights
that are accorded to the meanest tubject of
the weakest potentate of the castrrn hemi
sphere. It ie believed, and it may be true, thut
the oft-recurring outrages and indignities
suffered by German-Americans iu Germany,
are not brought to the o'd Empenr's utteu
tion. He is a gallant old soh'.ier, and
might interpose the weight of his authority
on the side of justice, mercy and fair-dealing.
Hut the evil exists, it is a crying one;
and, to lay aside nil other cousidetntions,
our national dignity demands that a correc
tive he applied, nnd that right speedily.
Livkk is Kino. The liver is the imperial
organ of the whole human system, is it
controls the life, health and happiness ol
man. When it is disturbed in its proper
action, all kinds of ailments are the nnt iral
result. The digestion of food, the move
incuts of the heart and blood, the action of
the bruin and nervous system are all iminv
diately connected with the workings of tlie
liver. It hus been successfully proved that
Green's August Flower is unequaled in cur
ing all persons alllicted with dyspepsia or
liver complaint, and nil the numerous symp
toms that result from an unhealthy condition
of tin; liver and stomach. Sample bottle to
try, 10 cents. Positively sold iu all towns
on the western continent. Three doses will
prove that it iijust what vou want.
CoNst MnioN Ci iiKi). An old physician,
relired from pra.-tiee, having had placed
in his hands by an Past India mission
ary the formula of a simple vegetable
remedy, for the speedy and permanent cure
for consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asth
ma, and all throat and lung affections, also
a positive and radical cure for nervous de
bility and all nervous complaints, after
having tested its wonderful curative pow
ers in thousands of cases, has felt it his
duty to make it known to his suff ring fid
lows. Actuated by this motive, and it de
sire to relieve human suffering, I will send,
free of charge, to all who desire it, this re
cipe, with full directions for preparing and
,1Hin,, !., r,nmm. Frmeh. or EiiL'lish. Sent
by mail by addressing with stamp, naming
; this paper, W. W. Shenir, 1 HI Powers'
; Wwk. Kochcstcr, New York
MisKitAni.K.M'.ss. The most wonderful
and marveloiiH success, iu cases where per
sons are sick or piping away from a condi
tion of miscrabloness, that no one knows
what ails them, (profitable patients for doc
tors), is obtained by the use of Hop Hit
ters. They begin to cure from the first
dose nnd keep it up until perfect health and
I strength is restored. Whoever is afflicted
I i" way need not miner, when they can
HP "Trutlm" hiiJ "Pro-
v,,r,w" in Ul:'.!l,!l
. h;Ky. Why will nu n smoku common
tolmero when they can buy Murlmru Ilro'a
j "Sctd of North Cumlina" ut the wnn price?
Of Ten Ycui-s Dnrutioii. The Discharges
Thick, Woody, and of Foul Odor.
Senses of Smell ami Taste Wholly
(June, Entirely Cured by
SANFOIUVS RADICAL C'UItK
Mcksn. Wi:i:k A I'cttkii: (lentli-meu-1 feci
viiuipi-lli'il In hi kuouli'ilu'u lo yea I Uu rri iit Ik-io-IU
MAM1IIOI KA1IIC.U. I TI'.K HUH liet'll to lilt! l-lir
liisiiy years 1 Inive lici ti iilllli li'd with tills lonth
mime dlsi'iine. find uppcrlully Iu I lie u inter time ha
ll been mimt snvuni. The (nVciini iiu Iihh been I hick
Mild hhiiiity, I'liiitiiiii' n foul odor mi hud tlml my
presence in runiu nun tnnem ns H-ry oiiiiii( in
them, due week nricrcuiiiuieiicliiK Ilu- iim- iiCSan
rottu's It.MUi Al.Ccio; I wss mil tniulili-d with 1: ul
nil. Mv hi'Iim-k ul' lunle sntl smell, wliiili were
whom cone. Imvn now tltllv ret trued, tuid mv "i it-
end lieu Itli l much Improved. Yours,
4IKI.JHU ItNK II. I-Olil).
(lii.vs I) ItM'iiis. Mich.. Nov. II, is;u.
liKNTI.KMKN: Till' Plichnw (if SANol!n' (IKK
nrrOud here lo nlulil nil rllil. I don't know what
I should hiivo done II It hud not heett fi r this reme
dy. I have tried Nio-ul Douches nnd everythiiis!
Im-. Hiid. ulthoiijili I have heeu Hide lo ntop the nl
fcnlvu Uisclinrne, 1 hv mil been hMo lo recover
nir sense ol tnMe mid smell until I liied SASroicu'
C't'liK. Ion chii rcler uuy one urn cIioom' tome,
mid I will chei tliillv Inform Ihein In detail u- to the
benefit the remedy ban been to inc. Your.
MKIJIOl UN K II. l'(H;ii.
(Ui'i:i Itu-ios. M!i h , Nov. t, ls-,6.
SAXFOlth'S JIADiTAL CUM
not only prom pity iirrits the corroding did liar-,'i
In Catarrh, but, liv sympathettr anion. It restore
lo Hound health all llio organs of Ihe hend that have
become nffeeti-d by It. mid exhibit any ol the follow
Infective Kyeslsht. Intlainul anil Mutter) l'.yes,
Calami ami Watery Kyes, Is ot lli-urliij:,
Harm' he, Neural;:! of the Idtr. liitclmnfi-s from
Kar, Kinu'liii Nobes In the Head, Hijlncs,
Nervous lli'iiilachi', Pains In the Temple, host
of the Senses of Taste ami Smell, Kloic'ution ot
the I'vulu, lurlitiiiiiiatlun of the Tonsils, Piilrld
Sore Throat, Tickling or llai lln I'oiu'h. Urou
cliltli, and lileeclliu'ol tin- lane's.
Kach liai.-kmn1 of Sanford'a Uadlc.il Cure coii'alii
Dr. saufordn liunroved Inli dlici Tube, and full
dirTtlou for It u-elu all ces. l'rlie One hollar,
t-ori-ale by all w hob iile nnd retail drue-iMs and
dealeis throughout t tic I lilted Male Slid I'niiada.
WiiKKbdt t'(;rrtlt, (o-ucrl Ajjenl- and W holc
tnle !iru');ista. Uo-lou. Ma--
VN Klectro-tialviitiic llutierv. conilrim-cl with a
hldily .Medii ated l'lu-ii r. formlii.- lli cr-jml'-n
curalive aeiil iu tlii-Hnrld of niniiciae. und utterly
leirpassiiiK all ollo-r plu-ti-r heMtofiirt; In u-e
They accoinplisti more In one week 'than the ulil
planters in u HUoleyear. lliey Uuuol palliate; ll.ey
nur.. lliey , , ,
llvllevc AH' ' tioii-of Ihe Cheat. , .
Itcdii-ve Aitei -tiotiK ol the J llni'i-. ,
lieUeve AS-i llun of Ihe Hiurl.
Kclievu Alieetions of the l.lwr.
Iti lieve Afleclioiia of the Spltt-U.
Itilieve All. ( tioli.i of the Kidney
Id llcve Affection of the Spine.'
itilicvu AnVetion of the Nerves,
llclit-ve Atleetiom of tile Mum le.
hellcn! AUcclion of the .loiiil.
Itelieve Alfection of the liom .
Kdk-M; Atl'Ction of tlie Mnewi,
No matter what iiim be the extent of Var suffer-
Inn, trv one of ihcae l'laters. Kellef l itntanlaii-
our.a fact supported h huiidrnu-ol'le-tUnoiilnl iu
our possession. H'li r iu miuil lliut the nio-i im-
portuut uiscotern in piiurmacy uaie ones less mini
leu yoar. and tnal .combination of loiui and es
sences of plant and slirilb are lureiu united with
r.lcctrlclty to lorm a curative rin-lc-r, lu sooiiini.
healing, and lri'iit;tlieniiie proHrtie, u lar supe
rior to all oilier Plaster tieretofore Iu use as the
scieiiliflc physician Is to the uorse leech.
Re careful to call fur Colllu' Voltaic (Master le-t
you iii-t sione wortlil'r ImitatioM. Sul-1 tiy all
Vliob-sale aud Id tail Uruuii-ts tiiroiiKkoiit the
I' tilted Stale and Canada, and bv WKEhS A. 1'OT-
1KH. Prourietor. Uosloii M.i
-A T -
Ohio Lev c tiuil
The advcJtlaer. a retired phyleiin, hnvlrq prov
identially discovered, while a Meitlrnl Vls-loniirv
n snulliern Aala. verv almoin vec'etsble reiuuly
for the apeedy ami nermaiienl cure ofi'oiisuuiplloi.,
Alhma, Hniuchlll. Catarrh, anil all throat ami
iunc Hlfiictlon. also t poltlvuund radical speeltlc
for Nervous Dcbllltv, I'remaiuro In-ciiy. and ull
Nnrvnua Complaint, feeta tl hi duty to make It
kuuwn to llio HUfl'erlnc fellows. Actuated hy this
motive, h will c lieiirfully send (free of elmru'ei in
all who desire It, Ihe recipe for irepui lui.'. mid full
dlreclloii for successfully uln Ihl proyidenliHlly
dlacovcred remedy. Those who w lh lo iivhII lln-m
aelvea of the bntietlla of Ihl discovery without co'l
can do so by return mall, bv addreHin, wlih
auoiu, Da. CHMlt.NSI', M VtloMAI.l.,
' " Hu. IM tit Stn-et. '
i ! - lltl-fALU, S. V '
jLAOK ciiAri: veils,
NO M ATTIC It HOW OLD, Itl'STV OH FADKII,
I't'-Kyotl und Dressed Equal to New
J'lAHTON Ai CO.,
m WKST FOTltTH 8TIIKET. CINCINNATI.
"'Order of three, .vnril of C rape or upwind
re ui rued kiiki: oe KM'iiksa rioumr
Pit Y (KXiliS. KTC.
The lai jicst vlitdesale mid retail Dry
(ioodx anil Clothliijr House in this City;
arc rt'ccivlnir new Goods daily und ure
ofl'erimr jrivut btii";aiiis in tlietnost hand
some lines of CAIU'KTS, OIL CLOTHS
mid MATTIXOS; Silks, Cuslmieres, liou
nttes, nnd u jfreut many other new
styles of Dres (ioods, Fans, Kte. ; in
fact in every dejiartmeiit of their busi
ness, they cordially invite the public
to mil and see. their stock.
LnXANDF.I! (Ol'NTV HANK,
t'oininercial Avenue and Kufhtb Street,
OKKH Mis :
f. JIHOMS. I'ri.'di,v 1
l. Sr.tr. ice Vi.-e1ent.
It WKt.l.s. ( u-!ii. r.
T. J. Kk.ll 1 1!. V-sl-tanl ( 'hler.
; , . ; Dll.'y i'OJtS:
F. Ilrosa. Cairo; W llliam Kltier. Calm;
I'eter Nff. Cairo; W illiam W olf. liro;
C. M Osti-rloh. I! I. Plllii.n-le-.-. St. l.oiiU;
K. lliod-r. Cairo; ,1. Y. ( i.-iii-.m. ( alnlouia.
(iRNEIAMINKIV(IHfSISKS; DONE. Kx
rlinui'e sold and bo i'lit. lulerest pnul In tlie
S:iviiic liepartuii u'.. ' o'.'ei I'.oo made und all
business prompllr attsieii -l to.
rpiK CITY NATIONAL ANK.
CA I'lT.VL.. 81 00,000
VV. I'. ItAi.l.iriAY, I're.idcnt.
II I.. ltl.l.llAY. Vice Pn . lib ut.
H'ALTKIi llYSI.nl'. Caslii, r.
. STARTS TATLoK. W. r. Htl.llMV.
UK SUV (.. HAI.IIO.IV, II. H. (I SNIHI.IIAII.
I.. 11. 11. LUH-..S, STKI'IIKS lltllll,
Exchange, Coin und I'nited States Itoitds
BOffillT AND SOUL
I). -posit received and a gpr.ernl banking bnsinesa
INTEItl'lllSi: SAVINGS HANK,
thiirlin tl X.inh 31, IfiC'K
Oi'VlCh IX CITY NATIONAL HANK,
'ui e , Illinois!.
I STF.MKST raid on d.-i..-its March 11 and Set,
J i mb'-r 1st. Interest not withdrawn is added im-
m.-dhit. 1 In the priin lj'ii1 of tne d. polts, thereby
l-Mnua Uiem Kiinpoiina ttii-ret.
X'T f'liililica it nit niiiri-lei) wono'n tnny deposit
ineney an I noone else run draw It.
WAI.TI.ii HYSLO TiiK.sscuf.it.
A. Ill.Af K.-
And u!l who would like to i!r. your fe.-t w -II nnd comfort idle for a mull amount of meiie; . we wish '
cull your intention to our lare siock und line assorltiieul of our
FALL AND YVINTHK HOOTS AND SlIOEH:
Hoots und Slim s fi.rm n Inr.'e Item In ev.-sy muti" i Xn ne. mid it should be u mutter of coeiilderiitti
wher" vou inn pin-i huseto the best ndvn'nlnpe. We h;ne embuvond to elevu'.i the i-lutidiinl or reitili
mii.le Hoot und Shoe worn hi re, bv ol.liilului! nene except of fiillllcs sleipe und peifcot lliilsti,
ns our custom nood testllV. cud ut price r,n.i.'lie,' fiuiu '.M to :n per ceui lower than coiili' .
ol.Mlii.-d elsewli-re. Ilinln- the onlv eclii.ye shoe houce. w illi full nssorliiieut. In the j
citv. and buying our (,o -ti onlv from ninntifin turer. we l.ttvu the ability and are j
DKTKliMlSKH TO I NDKIJSKLL ANY
We Invite a com pari
K V Y
We ure alwnvs pU-iiscd lo show our ,'ooils, unit rciilcl you in take Hllle Hw u u '"' "e,"
diif.-reut style. We lire aelllliK I
Men's Winter lloois, (iootl Artlcli1', at
Men's llroirims, Double Soled, full Stock..
Men's Calf Ties, Nice Shoe
Men's Calf Dom I'edrn ,
Hoy's Wear from 25 to RO cents Per I'nir Less
Youth's Kip Hoots
Chillis' Kip Hoots
Ladies' Morocco Sewed Shoes
Ijiilii-w' Mni-iieeo or Kill. Sevveil. Side I. nee
Ladies' Morocco or Kid, Seweii, Mutton.. '7
Misscv Shoes front 2n to M) Cents Less
Children's Morocco or Kid Shoes, three
Children's Morocco nr Kid Shoes, seven
We are oflerltic special Inducement on our Cutom Made Hand W'oik for Ladle and tJeiillemi il an j
lukve a splendid line of 1'reneli Kid and C Kid llntlon ami Hide l.ni-e Hhoe, with e.
''; ' '.I ; -ii Cloill Tii nd l-Vi'ia-h Ciiiuive lleeN. ut liow' l'riuea. f ul out, and atyllah. . y
A. lilAOVKv I H) COMMKUCIAL A.VJ0-
Whnlmulo and Itetall Dealer In
Foi'd'snaiid Domestic jqurj
Winoa of ull Kmcln,
ISO. (10 OHIO LKVKE.
MEKHItS. SMYTII CO. have constantly a In
stock of the beat k'iKiil lu the market and
vspeciiii itu'litloti to tliu wboleanlu hraiicta f
ltlialnit liccn ttlilelr mlti rtiscil under
"Ainorica Alieud in Shmi Cotton."
that Ihe Jury on Cotton textile, yam anil thren1
at the I'url Miiosltlou, decreed a (odd Medal it ,
i.rniid I'rle lo the Wlllluiatlc J.lnen Company
"Spool Cotton especially adapted for Use on sew
machine," over all the Kreat thread nniniifai ti
of the world, we own it aa a duty to Ihe publl
to Messrs. ,1. A r. out to announce thai
No (i rami I'ries vere decreed at Yiwf
fill KlUMll flit till! 0
We are advised by Cable of the folUnainif nr'.
.LA l. COATS, (JOLDMKDAfj
illiiiidtie Linen Co., Silver Med,(
ami we claim for th wiure-ri of the First I'r
that, la the bavr caUhlUhcd lu lihode Island 11
larKeat Spool Cotton Mtlla in th fnlleil Hut
where their Spool Cotton la manufactured thrtral '
tt ry process from the raw cotton to tho flnlsh;
spool, America, at repreaented by J.& J. COAT'
l 'till ahead lu Spool Cotton S'
ptui' A'erii in .sr lorn tor
J. t I' CHATS 1 1
wirlst (.;' i..jr m Onisiii'iil Kathm tat
4 thrrt q q stli'ew ar I trrrllt.ur n d lutvtf tir
liulitlM on liifrrdir less.', m that Jtrimn't Itftl
rr niaaa. a liar DOM Ml-a Ifa'Vw-mara la ttomij r
on vrrrf iiiujt. t I s ill ,t.-
I ,l '. s-s I f..f siii4) y
Co.. Urr ratiiui, J
fr. i i
pKFoltK YOC STAliT
Insure Aijiiiibt Amtlcnts.
(Jet an A'cl.tcnt Thli-t or V. arty I'uHry in t
At Local Agency or L'ailwtiy Station-.
I.-vlesi.Midothen entrust Hi tfrn forma
t; u i f b.uii or orcbrairiu auoulil ai'iid lor
i riu wl i'rip(ivcial
r! Ue. d
larnriiiition rowrn-larl t
in tund ana tirchen. VrTkf ,11
tinllii i leuant i-nirrav
lift ot i Im line-.: ami mmt ajirrnTeil atyl of to
atiuiiiciiU now In uu). MjIIs1 free. AdilreM u
hOS L IIK.VLY.SUUand Mnm-o8U,Chkacc
t N Visitoh Term and oiilflt fr Addn-s. II
I s o U KHFtY. AUk'i.su. Mains. .
M k lllVlAimn..f.nnuih.r,lk. I... - .
l) FANCY CAl'US. with iin. tOc., plain or foil.
-'Acent o'ltUl. inc. 150 sly lea. Hull A ('.';
llud'uii, N Y. f
s)" Chromo rtinjs. rupid motto'", Howe r, Ac. vm
'two alike, with name, lot. Nassau Card C,
Nnssnii. N V . D
lms tieen awarded at the ParN Kvhlii
tioiiof 115711 to
O. N . T.
Ile.it Si-Cord ShxiI Cotton, It is reC
brated for lx in strontr, elastic, and y
iinifei'in strentrtli. It litis been HViardc
nieilalsat the jrreat exiMisttions, from tl'
llr-t ut raris. in UI5i, to the CentetiniiJ
tit I'liil ulelpliiii in IKTti. Iiithiscoor
trv t lark's O. K. T. Spwd CotUm '
w i. j. j( uj w.(.tl01H for its StK
jpn iiir Kxcelleiicp in Machine and hi
sewing. Their mills ut Newark. N. &v
! aii'N'aisley, Scot hind, are the larjr
j anil most coii)ilett' in tlie worm, ir
i entire process of manufai tiirinir is rvf(
!il in ted under the moft coinidete an
' careful supervision, and they claim f
their Aiuerieiin iiroduction at least n,
t 'llliil inei it io liiiii jnodureti in ihimjiv
. : I I . . . -
j NO OKA Nil l'lMZF.S were awarded if
; I'a l is for Sl'OOL Cotton,
il:ev areolitd to uniiuunee to the Atner.
cm' lntlilic that they have been awarded
I it HUM .1ieil.II, lil'lll (III Hl. li.l iini,
.. . . i i H...I.I i t... t.l.r ,ius
L'ivi-ti for Six-Coid Siiool Cotton
(.I'ortft; A. Clark & I'.rollio.
SOI.K A'.K.NTS. .
100 liroiKhMiv, New Yolk.
HOOTS AND SllOtS
HOI'SK IN SOI Til MIX ILLINOIS I
sou of our sood. and
WW I T I O Nr
.$1.75 to $U
WIIOLKKALK WINW A.N II UgrOIW