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CAIKO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY MORXIX.I, DKCEMBER 25, 187.
NEW SEMES-XO. 160
Arrival ami Departure- of Trains.
M.LINOIJ CKSTKA!. HAIMtOAI).
.. Salop. in. 1:1(1 p in.
.. 4:'fla.in. 11 4.1 p.m.
.. h'l'u.m 4:uoa.in.
CAIKO AND VINCKNSKS IU1LKOAI).
4111 10-iiii p.m. 4:45 a.m.
BT. lil'IH, 1. M. ANI SuUTIitltN ItAIIJtOAl).
Klir(v 6:)lti.i!i. 3:'mu.iu.
OAiitU AN J) ST. LOL'Ii KAII.KO.VI.
Tbriifigu Kipri'iw fulj p.m. lw:(a.tn.
Mnrplivaiioro Aexuniiii. slat ton l.Mp.ni. 'J;lip.m,
twr;l huii'lay. l.j.cipl Muiutajr.
tu :: kails.
(i KM'.JIAI, DKUVKKY ..uci, . a. nt.; cloo
I i:;;it p.m. ; sunduj : s tu ') m.
lioi.ey oriler l)i;urlma.l opip ai f a. m.: rlom
nt B p. in.
'Ilir.iu.'li Kx'rv. Mil'.a vU Illinois fentral snd
Mlwliwlppl lui.tral It.lliw's clu.r at laaH p.
'alio r.!l I'ophr lllicT 'I I.hmiU ainl Wy Alal!
VAav Mali' vi.t llilimln Centra'. 'Vru n-.rt Vlu
rriibiat it'id .Mirnipl I'd iru.1 l(llr.Miil cloe ul
:. p. rn.
Way Mail for Narrow O.eiK'i l.'iillr'i.icl r.l.imri !C. f
4'uiro riml Kvtii'vl'lv Hlver l( m: tlowa nt .-;
p. in. ilr.l.y ( pi KrM.t.vi.
1 1 xl ) is ( : k yn LT7Trir
Shortest arnl 'ui kest Route to
Kt. Louis and Cliieao
MVIK only roid rurmiin? twodulljr tralrm fr ii ('alio
J mak;!),; liirwl nitinetllim wall Kii-lern hue.
1UMKS l.IAVI lAIWI,
1:10 n. ra.: Ka't rpni, arriving la St. l.ouia ":"
p. .; cblcao li Mi. m.
1.10 i). m. CINCINNATI & LOUISVILLE
Arriving in lu Innatl al7:t) . r'.; Loul-viPi".
T:UJ a.m.; Iniiiaiiapoiia 4-!5 a, hi. l'Mwu:n l)'
tin Irulu jirrW at uiiuve poii.l.i
12 TO HOCKS IN" ADVANCE
Of any ot!iT rnulo.
U. I ti. m. Kt Mull, with pn' n1t.h'-l.fr
r s,p I.Ol'IS sod t'HU.'AiiO.arrivios In M.
I.miI. at H.'iOa. m ; Chli-s-.-u ul t:V. p. hi.. c.mii-t-at
" tiu or K tlui.i:u far CiWitiuat.. Ia)4'ivi;!i'
and liiii-iti..;"' .
FAST TIMK KAST.
1 A."Ii.'MlO u, t,. f.., y,:1hoiil any
rfihy ruui-d by hoiidny luUnfiLhi;. 'fii-f hnliir
i:r nriiM!ii train tnim I'jirn arrivi-f In N' url
iluudny uioiuiiijal in:i". Tblrtyi liutir In ail
tar f an iinrniuw.
- Adii r.iiMiirni of iot.p tln' lltsw thnt tin y
mak! t tt- r limn lliau ll.l on- un- i.u-d i-lllu r
lliKrtili liiii'iraw ur a d-ir' t'i ini-l- ad llu- pulilii .
Kor thmriii ll'ketn ai.d liif-.nunliou ftpplj l Hii
riulii ('riitrl llailrnad dfput. t nim.
TKAO-i AKlUVt; AT i.AIKO:
Mail " "'
,1 H JOli.NSOS. ii-:u' Nmtnoni Ag I.
J. It. JO.SKH.TI' k-i Ait'T.t.
(iAiiio fesTri7)uTsu. n.
Uidanr-iu' .lie tu "viir
lW T,.Wi 1TWW
Shortest Line to St. Louis!
M'llL" inlr.. bt tl ' r .u I roum-1 t "-t Ui' ai d
1 K.t M. iil ull otlivr In.' - ;'lt l.Ar.
NUKril AMI MiL'l'H.
Thmiuh .-v1'Cl-n ..Irt-fiis.rti.
I'liMii 'ucvpr arrlvi'ii at Kn-l SI. I.ni a l.'P n.
Mnrpti,l)"i arrjniri.ntiitloi' ! ul" : ' P
M'irilnlor.i we. rrriM-" at Miiriditoto :.p.ui.
"n,miii:hpr'l.-:ivva l.it M. Uiui ... :.'a.tn.
TTiriiu.'U i'iiimm arrivia at Cmni .i:l.p.m.
Murphlxiro f:. lv.- Mnrpliii-noru. .. :' '
Miirpiijuboru ac. arriv. ul I airu U':.up.m.
Ti L'r IMf TIIK 'lrn and t. L'l
Kfi.M li.'I Kallnwd l lh- only Al.l.
HAH. HolTK iM-tw'iMi i'iiim and M. l.oi i um.i r
uim: mainly mi-lit: lli-n-ffm; Hit.- r" 11" di'l.iva at
.iv nliiMi a.tti..' iiMiii.'i ii.ii," Ii.kii ollii-r ilin .
tr- ('a- ii.-in- L-'ji".' N'irlli. N.ir;h.-nl and -t
h'.uld nut liny Ibolr ii. k,-t mini ili. y have 'm
tui'il uur ra'.v n" I ".ni. -.
I,. M .lollXMiN. Iliwrtl Vnnu'i r.
(1 T lil t I "l is, !'"' n:.- r Al?'l.t.
JMi. K WINSTON. Kr.-1-ht A.'vnt.
fit MIKES iSili
tn 11 1 1 tub siionnr to t.onj
47 Slllil iS UU:. I M l N S ATI, 15A1--TlNol(
ail II II PCJ TIIK SHOinr.oT TO IN!'IN
.11 MILLS AI'ol.lS.I'i!II.Ui:i.riUA..NKW
YOIIK AM) I.OSTON
SIX IIOUUS SAVED
Over trnli.a of all "nT roctea inaklns t'ne aame
-PnMi'liivra bv oilier Mill.", to T Jiili" runner
ll'iia mil't rule all' nlM. .iltu.K Irolii our to U
lioura at "iall ennmrj lulKanlof tralwa a 1:011
T I,' l f V I P V I ' I'" K 'M'r ,nVr 1 ' ;i
iVil'iAl liiM I I.U a ,, leuililnc l.vau-
llle, Iiidlnn..poli. Cliii lmi ill at.d Loili-yl,1'" ramp
Hav. Tnitna !' nrd arrKo at Calm ai" liilbiwa:
Mall li-ive. ii;.ai";'in'
MiSf?.Kh'-l'k-'u.' and ti,'.'. k to' all' 'Imr-riiat
IrUAH Vtl.f.KIl ItOhWI J.r. MIl.l.Klt.
den ) I'ii-". Af r '- OilierHl Hl t.
, II. I'lll'ltl It. ruiU'IIRiT A.'elll.
l.7l 7l7 south mux.
Riipri'ii Imive fiilroilnlty tfa:1U,,M"'
Kajimaa arrlvta m t.'nlrn dallT nWuin.
, HYI INO AND l)KNOA'l1Nh
y" iHiiTi "cLo'i'i i in
oam us iiitaiTtniur
dyi-:i 011 ltKPAntKi)
At a Trillins Kipetme-'. t'. !
CHAM.HHKI.M.Y, NO. !10 K.HUITII ST,
HT l.iutliHi cl Oi'HU' old hi't 'itsdii iir-w
A. MACK. -HOOTS
Prepare for the Holidays!
We havr do lilid to maka our Rroat Holiday illnpliy Imiwrilutidy, In urdi r to otivlatu the InenuTiiDli'uw)
of rhoppiiix duriL Ibc wunk pri c'idlnj Chii-l Mu our t'untonioia will flut ituiii) atlrivtioiia of
BOOTS and SHOE
In cMiry tli'ailiix-ut. Ournri U l ho
Largest and Finest Ever Shown in the Citv !
No line, if thpjr will tonaull tlndrown InP-n-'t. will hn nnn Uo"ar' worlli of Poota and Mora, nntl
liny liavo in our p'k
Iminonso Btoc:lc and Lea mod Our L'riccs.
We ran at lcatt aavp you twenty-live reiit ou every dollar, bn!di' yoti III have the advaat&te of our
LARGE STOCK AND ELEGANT STYLES
Tu aelwt from. Note the folluvrl&K I'rlfi; Mat, rd rail aud t!ic sdrcrtUf I.
M -u'h Htroitii wii-kinc roi
'.'n'n atrnui: kip Iio.hh
.M.-u'i" home niadi! kip boo
M"ii re!f biHiM
V"u' ciii liuii l made bo..i- ,
M.Ti.a ealf iiRiid-tiiade wed boot. .
Vn ii cull' Itoni I'edri.
Mi-u'a call' Alexia
.Mi ii'a ru f hand made
i.;n'a linuil rmbrold. red allppera
I.ntjir' hand embroidered alippera.
I.aiiii a' uiorucco eed ahoea
I T.VI''. Jin
v ri :i m
O'.f, t m j
:i Mr. : .') ,
r. rit.f.n oi i
1 :th .'I io j
1 T.V. .1 m i
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ULACKS CITV SMOIO SrlX)rM.
MO COM.M.EKCIAL A.VKX UI.
K I. A INK
A D V x rr
Over other lli'I'.ncd
FOR ALL 1LLUMIXATIXG PUlt POSES.
Pi rsons wlio havj neither time nor inclination to investigate the peculiar merits m tha
various grades of Itelined Petroleum, ask why
K l u A. I N IS !
THE FAMILY SAFEGUARD OIL,
ISO - Fahrenheit Fire Test,
Is Safer and B-:ttcr tlian Other
And is the very Highest Grade of Illuminating Oil from which, in the process of
manufacture, F.very Impurity Has ltan F.lliniinated. F.laino is Free frmu
llenzinc and Paratline. In Color, F.laine is Spring Water W hite,
and its ' Firo Test" is So Hiih as to niiike it as Absolutely
Safe as any Illuminant Known. Having No Dis
agreeable Odor, F.laine is a Pleasant Oil
For Family use.
IT DOKS NOT INCltUST T1UJ WICK!
And thus is avoided its FrejU"tit Iti trimming.
CAUTION' should be used in the purehasc of F.laine, as its great und growing
popularity lias in. lucid the introduction of imitations.
ASK FOIL IT. USE, X0 0TI1E11 OIL IX YOUIt LAMPS !
FOIl WALK UY
V1 IOLIiH ATfi: AG KNTfc,
WIIDLKSALK AND UKTAII..
Tlio Largest Variety Stock
IN 'I'll K t'VVY
(iOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nliii tii'ii'ih tr"
(. oniiiierelitl A '.
CO. PA VI I.;. Co,
l,adl.V kid hld--li-j..A
j.adii!' kill lml'. hi
I.uitlcn' (' kid. biiilo'i. i loln lop. ..
j.Hillea' KnMifb Ii "i'.ii. I'L.'.li lop .
M ih.iV .xm1i4 of lia-1 k 1 itH j)r
Cliildri'ii a n.nr.ii'r.o or kid '!'). ..
( lil'.itn'u'' ni.ir.K.t o or kid. In
llny'i kip bnoia
llov's calf biMtn
r pair hn.
I H; !
'i i.'-, 4 (O
...... 1 i.v. : 'i
Ynuth'a kip booln
CUiliirun'H c!f boot
l rx-; i ki
A. G ii: S O F
Products of Pi trol. 111:1
Oils? It is becauso Elaine
FLOUR, GKAIN AXI) HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hljrhcst Cash Price raid for Wheal.
.orn or J AH
MAltKETS HY TELKOJSAPll
Livehcooj, ).-c( nil) :r 24. 2:00 r. m.
Whout quii.t iititli(ui;i!l VinU:r, 8fi 8'1
U.; Sjitiii;; THiir,!ix 4 1 ; fu.iiiWr.iik nvur'
"b'i SJs(u0 UiI; Culii'urniii t:!ul), ll .1i
U 01. Corn nvw 'WsJiVW- ad. '
NEW YOi.K IIIIAIN.
Nkw York, Dno-inti-i' 24, 12:10 p. t.
WUcat FirmtT, for wintir No. 2 Cliica
g'i, CC4J7i No. 2 Milwaukee, OyC'ift 00;
Keif Tvinter, $1 OOf41 OIlU; No. 3 lied
Winter, $1 OOftl 0!)i.;'; Atnlwr, No. 2,
?1 m4$l Qr,. CornQuid burner,
4;.i?54;'.f; No. ?, 44; No. 2, 472.47J.,'.
tlHC'iO I.IUIN AM) l'UOin C.K.
'i!l( Ai, l)eei'iu!)':i' 21, 10 A. M. Pork
Jitii'i'try. $7 .I.j; F':l)i'U:iry, $7 OI. Ulieut
-.Ii.nu:iry, -4 l.id; F-tlmiarj-, v.
Corn J.ill'.lary, ',V)Jtl ;M:'y. jj.
CiiiCAiio, J)oi:cin!i: 1 24,12:00 M. Co; 11
Jauuaiy, 'M bid; February, 31 Lid:
May, ;34. bid. Wheat Jimuary, aG;
February, C:; bid. Pork -February,
7 02) bid.
C'niOAdo, L)(:ccnib( r 24, Closing Wheat
-Dieember, Jantmry, $Z4 bid;
February, tsa'foS:!;. C(;ni--I'ecenilier.
'10;'y bid; January, 110 Jd asked; Feliruary,
Ul bid: May, V.Ji ask'.-d. Piiik-J-anua-'
7 52;4'(t7 53; February, V 02)7 03;
Mareh. $7 7 2 (".7 5.
Till: CAIKO J'OST-OIT-TCE.
A KMI'IIMCAN SKWHrAI'IlK ISVITf MUK1.AK1
'10 sI'KI' 1SWX AND nil, AMI ADMIN IsTKKS
WIKIl.fcKIMi: ADVii.K TO '.iN.ilJKs'iM N
il'.om U.4 ' a bundale free I'ref..)
There's iiiusic in thn air" nt Cairo, ns
there usually is wh 'n iher.- to be a proli
abie ch lllge iil the p'isto(i',ce i.t that place.
The pie' i.t incumbent, Col', ifeorge W.Mc
Keaig, I: is now held the position s um nine
vea's, a;:. I hi term has cjipir.-d. Tier- is
no doubt !' the fact that ti e Cairo p.'sl
oliice i.t u wen r'-'.lllateil institution. And
it is c(niti'.y tine that Mi lC 'uig is, or ought
t.) be, :. well regulat.-d pii';!uiaster.
If we are informed cor
rectly, he w as first appoint ! postmi:,tcr hy
President Puy ve. AfU:rr(U iu was ug.un
hpiointed by President J'uchanan. And,
as we before remarked, he lias had charge
of tlm Cairo postotriee nine or ten years.
Certainly it is now time he should step
down and out, and allow s.itne other man
to make i)ine money out of the position.
What Oil. Melveaigwas wonh wh-n In
took chargH of the oiiki-, we have no meaps
of knowing, but he is now, or wits quite
recently, wortii fifty thousand dollars' over
all indebtedness. This is u self biiflLieut
reason why he should abdicate.
A num.ier of good working 1 piiblieans
have applied for the position. Some of them
are poor, and to them the salary of theo:!iec
would be quite appreciable. Kach is doing
his best, and the tight is exceedingly hot.
A few days since our congressman-elect,
('apt. Thomas, took his departure for Wash
ington, and it is hinted that he goes in the
interest ot some of the nspirants. The cap
tain is 11 young man. lie is an average pol
itician, it is true, but he is young and inex
perienced. II.' is handling edged tools. It
behooveth him to be careful, or he will cut
bis hands and his blood will be sprinkled
over every township in the eighteenth dis
trict. John Hoberl had better go slow.
The salaries of the Federal oiliccrs at
Cairo should, to some extent, assist in main
taining a good, live K publican paper in
that place. While MeKeaig is rolling in
wealth, th'j Republican papers in this end
of the state are making a bare living. Some
nf tin-in are not doing even that. And yet.
when a campaign is going on, every paper
is expected to roil up its sleeves and go to
work. We never heard of MeKeaig or his
inoin y-bags during the late campaign, and
w.j know there are papers in the district
who worked lor nolhi:i'.', furnished paper,
ink and hired labor, and boarded them
selves. To lie sure, theirs is the glory, but
they arc not so infernally grasping that
they would not exchange 11 portion of their
glory for 11 few of Mi-Keaig's greenbacks.
SoMKTIIIN'fl K0 TIIK NEW YEAH. TllC
world renowned success of Hostetter's Bit
ters, and their continued popularity for 11
(jiiurtjr of a century as 11 stomachic, ia
scarcely nioro wonderful than the welcome
that greets tha annual nppeareneu of Ilos
tetter's Almanac. This valuable medical
treatise is published by Ilostettor & Smith,
Pittsburgh. Pa., under their own immediate
Hiipnrvisioti, employing 80 hands in that de
partment. Ten cylinder printing presses, 8
folding machines, 5 job presses, etc., are
running about eleven months in tlio year on
this work, nnd thn issun of s 11110 for 187U
will not be less than ten millions, print -d
in thu Knglish, German, French, Welsh.
Norwegian, Bwecdish, Holland, Koliemian
nnd Spaniuli liuiguag n. It.'fcr to ti copy of
it for valuable and interesting reading con
cerning health, und numerous testimonials
concerning tho efficacy of IIostetter8 Hit
ters, aniuscin uit, varied information, astro
nomical calculations' nnd chronological
items, etc., which can be depended upon for
correctness. The Almanac for 187!) can be
obtained free of cost, from druggists ami
general country dealers in ull pin ts of the
Ciniw Jucksou'i best Sweet Navy To-baceo.
A I'K.W Ml'.NSINO INTKUIIOOATIONS 11Y A
hi tKi;it r:uiTiui.
(Fnm Die MoMicfllu llulli tln.)
If tliiw. brilliant lunaties who declare tliat
t!i law ran not L'ivu value to or create tuf.u-
iiy, will be kind enmiL'h to t;iveun tMin.pIr
ol s, III' tiling tliut is ineiiey v itli jiit tin:
law d..'i:i:ilil!;; it tube lnoney, titr. "flat fools '
will 'ivii it iii, 11:1. 1 aeki.uwiLMl r. iln.t they
Uuva linen wrong.
Cold i not money unVas t!ie law declares
it to b: biii-h. Neither is hilvi.r. Nor ii
anytbini,' els', nj mailer what it may be
made of, whether nietnl or pap-r.
Section n.r.m of tin; Unitotl Stntt-d Hevit.
cd Statutes says: "United States notes hIiiiU
bu lawful money and a le;.'nt tender for pay
ment of all djbti, puidic and private, with
in the United States exoept for duties on
importa and interest ojiiw 4tblic dbt.
AndKrucnbiikK are, tin rel'oie, money Ik1
causo tlmh.w ileelaii s tliem to be money.
Mexican dollars and trade dolLirs are eit
money, ii.thutih they eontain ni'in; silver
than the standard silver dollar, vbic'i is
ni'incv. and is so only because thi Taw d
clures it to be moivy and a le;,'al tender for
100 cents. '
Let the lawd -clare tin M 'xicun arid Trade
dollars to be mom y ' i.nd a legal tender,
and, pivslo! lh'V are in:::iediati'!y worth
L::t the law declare tliat
,-old shall not
b'.' monev; shall not b:: a
1 t -ndi r, and
i) lio.d : ir, li ;e iiie ir e! dollar ic eomesi
snnp.y piop-rty ami i.ot money: mei. 11
worUi jiiht what the pure gold nontained
in t3e price, w ill command in the market.
A d :m hi iti. 1 1 gold dollar will depreciate
just us 11 deuioneti.j'iV-silver dollar has
'(h.ne Why? 1
A gold dollar is nrl pure gold, end is r.ot
worth 100 cents unless it is- so declared by
h.wto he a Ical fender fi.r 100 cents.
S i.vfti 'n tii : law declare the greenback
Ube'ninniy and a le;'al tender ffr 100
o uts, tho liat so issued by a law makes the
greenback to be 'money. The law is the
voice ot the people: and Vox Populi vox
These are absfr let truths that cannot be
controverted. At Icai-t they have never jet
been shown to be untrue; and if the profes
sed "friends" of the greenback w ho while
pretending to bj the fith -r and protector
of the greenback will persist in saying it is
110 nioicy and never can be money will bo
kind enough to disprove that the law und
the law alone can make m nicy, we shall be
pleased to examine their argument.
THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER-
TIIK TMKOHY OF THE IX'.-TIn' KXI'LAIN
Kl). The bill which Eusfis has introduced
s;i '-iks for itself. The theory upon which
it is based is perhaps the simplest, plainest
aud most straighforward that could be ap
plied to the subject. At all events it is the
most thoroughly business like theory. yU,
advanced, and it is entirely fp.-e from any
of the sentimental, sretoinal, political, or
economic olijeetions that Inivu been urged
against the others, llrielly Eustis' theory
is thut the Mississippi river is the proper
ty of the general government.
That not only the right of eminent domain
and prerogative of Jegal jurisdiction over
the geographical space of its waters are
vested in tha government, but also the re
sponsibilities of ownership, such as restrain
fr im the perpetration of damage upon ad
joining property are entailed upon the
government by the fact of posession. That
is to say, by tlm way of illustration, it. is
the duty of the government to manage, con
trol am! re.-tiuin its clmttie, the river, from
encroaching upon the land of citiz -ns, from
destroying their houses, killing thvir stock
uprooting their crops and neutralizing the
result of their labors; very much the same
as a railroad company is hound in law and
equity to exercise similarcare, supervision
und restraint upon and over the operation
of thi! line.
Under tins interpretation of the relations
of the general government ns the visible re
pre -illative or agent of the nation to the
liver us a highway owned hy the nation nnd
operated for its benefit, Eustis proceeds to
argue that the only question to be del t
mined is one of method ; the question is nol,
Shall tin government undertake to licet
this responsibility? but, H.ovcn it be tn-t
most eh eipiy und at tho same time most
Even if we are not smart, we know whut
to do when troubled with a cough or cold.
No doctor bilis for us. Wo take 11 twenty
five cent note, go to the nearest ding store
ami buy a bottle of Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup.
One dose relieves us, nnd one bottle cures
l'l.oniDA. A throng ol sulferers, with
coughs and colds, annually go south to en
joy the ethereal mildness of the laud of
flowers, To them wo would tny tho neces
sity of that expensive trip is obviated by
Compound Honey of Tar, which speedily
vanquishes the coughs and colds incident to
this rigorous clime. For public speakers it
surpasses the Deniosthcrie regimen of "peb
bles nnd sea shore;" clearing thu throat un
til the voico rings with tho silvery cadence
of n hell. Use Compound Honey of Tar.
Price 50 cents a bottle. Uahclay Runs.,
When used for Rheumatism, Sore Throat,
Lamo Rack, Neuralgia, Sprains, liruisis,
CuKC"iitrnetcd Muscles, Hi ill' Joints, Corns
and Hums, on human beings; und Spavin,
Ringbone, Galls, Cuts, Scratches, etc., ui
animals, Cousscns' Lightning Liniment is
unequalled, and its effect simply electrical.
As its name suggests, it is quick to relieve,
and thousands bear witness to its astound
ing virtues. Ruici.ay Uiios., Agents,
Don't complete your holiday purehasrs
until you visit tho establishment of Am
brose Pyatt. lie bus a great iiiany
articles, useful und oinameulal, that you
will buy on sight, when ymi Icmpi tin: aston
ishingly low li'ure.
Cam. at F.d. llud"r'9, corner of Eighth
struct imd Wellington avenue, nnd look
thniugiiliw slock of Jewelry und t iiTcr
wr.re. It will repay a vUit.
Tiik largwt and Ist htock of stOTLU
th.v.ai,! aiel t,lt articles pertaining to thn
trade, at priert.tn suit the purcl)asT, at
1 '- A. Hali.t's.
On tifd'.i-r overshoes, wc give special
piiee to dor.' for tlw; neaiioii.
O, If AYT1IOKN i&l Co.
Now is the tini5 to get your Overcoats
and Winter Suits.'-' A. Marx,
y . . - '"' . 6t Ohio Jjcvcc.
them. Try. him r.ijd r.: r onvino" 1.
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the best quality of cud for sain at the mar
ket price. Very x. He will soon havu
a large stork of Wi 1 of u kinds. lie ia
well know;i to every ' body and we tnit
he will r"(eivj bis JV.I hl;:iro of pn
trotiiig.'. Wirn the view of '.icing te'.iy prepared
for the d imv.i Is r f th,- holidays, Mr. Put.
':;!! li.;s 1 .id in an umSe M.rr7 of
ReV c eirb;, (yd inij'f'r!i! Ah; '.'.'Kvingf-r-
gsr'a Jmpo-ed PolJir, :,; lie Deist pope-
lar brand of import" l Ginger Winn. Tlir?c
aniens are of undoubted purity, and liav.
an Miliums.' sale for family me, and among
those who lire not given to the Us-of strong
ir Ik vi ragt s. For sale I'y tha si.igle bottl 1
or by the packa ;e of one ili7.i-li:''Jiuttlcs, at
very low liguns. ' Ari l in the line of tin
old Whiskies, Fitz,'cni!d is jickWsJ. tha
palm. His brands are not surpassed in any
market, nor can a like article be bought ir,
a less figure anywhere in the State,',,'''
Imi'obtvnt to those wishing to save mon
ey in purchasing their winter boots "hnd .
shoes. We have fin hand and are-st re
ceiving, a complete assortment ofJiH-ii'n
boots and bhoc. all styles and sizes', of the
best St. Louis und Cincinnati hand inndo. ;
goods, which wo sell lower than ever be
fore, and lower than like goods can be oh-'
tailed anywhere in the cily. We alsc
have a good line of Indies shoes of the Ik.
manufacture, from a fine kid sewed, to a
course grain pegged shoe, all sizes, tali)
very close. Wu especially call the attention. .
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,JI 1,1.11, n y iiti.i ij IIIUIVU tlll.il HUB 1IUII.1
holiday presents) to our fancy silk-worked,
lucjJvl sewed men's slippiTS, just received.
Very nice for holiday presents. Sol i
very cheap, at C. Kocn,
No. 00 Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth street.
It js Wouth a Tkiai,. "I was troubled
for many years with Kidney Complaint.
Gravel, itc.; my blood became thin; I wan.
dull and inactive; could hardly crawl about
and was an old worn out man all over, and
could get nothing t.i help me, until I got
Hop llitfers, and now I ninahoy again. My
blood and kidneys are all rigid, and I am
as active as a man of ."0, although I am li,
and I have no doubt it will do as well for
others of my age. It is worth a trial.- -(Father.)
Co.N't mition Ci'KKD. An oid physician,
retired from practice, having had placed in
his hands by 11:1 East India missionary tho
formula of a simple vegetable remedy, for
the speedy and permanent cure for con
sumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, and
all throat and lung allections, also a positive
and radical cure for nervous debility and all
nervous complaints, nftcr having letted it
wonderful curative powers in thousands of
eiitcs, lias fe'.t it his duty to m ike it known
to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this
motive, and a dedn M relievo human suf
fering, I will send, free of charge, to all
who disiro it, this recepe, with fud direc
tions fur preparing and uing, in Get man,
French, or English. Sent by mail by ad
dressing with stamp, naming this paper.
W. W. Sherar, 1 19 Powers' Rude, Roches
ter, New York.
LHTIK COLEMAN'S LA USURY.
Mrs. Lcttie Coleman lies reopened l.cr
laundry on Foutth b'.reet, between Washing
ton and Commercial avci.ticr, and takes tliii
method of informing her old friends arid
patrons th:.t sin is again at their servicis,
and' solicits tlcir patronage, She lias re
duced prices to suit the times.
Hy Mrs. Hiny Walker, .Commercial ave
nue, corner Slv.h street.
DAY 1!0.KI) $;i.r,0 PER WEEK.
In connection with tin Hotel is a frsi
cluss bar and billiard room on opposite bide
of tho street; hUd wholesalo and retail
oyster depot. Fresh oysters received daily
and sold ut thu lowest market rates, Or
ders fifiin homo or ubroad will reccivn
prompt attention. Go und see a'ock an I
prices before purchasing elsewhere.
for good well made, well t rimmed, wed
-wed, fa.shiouah.'fi cut 1111 1 neat living '
Clothing is at
(11 Ohio L!v,.e,
This lniiiM' has established the reputation
selling llie lO'.sr (loons ft Mm more, f
any linns' in the cily. Every garment
marked in iu.ain rioi'itcc.
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