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SUNDAY, OOTOHKH 12, 1874.
Milk Piptf t thpCj and Coantr
JU11N H. OBKULT. Editor nd l'nbllsher
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Democratic State Ticket.
For fltato Treasurer
For (Superintendent ot VuAiHc Instruction
S. M. K'CTKll.
For Congress Eighteenth District,
For nejiresonutlrrs KMtefli p'.Hrlet,
FinsT Tbo restoration of gold and sllyor
as the basis ot tbc currency; the resumption
ot specie parments as soon as poslhlo ulth
out disaster to tho business of tho country,
by steadily opposing lhllatlon andby tho
payment of the national indebtedness In tho
money ot the clvdlzod world.
Second Frco commerce; no tariff forany
other purpose but revenue
Third Individual liberty and opposition
' to sumptuary laws. '
Fourth The right and duty of tho
Stile to protect 11m citizens from cxtort'on
and unjust discrimination by clmrtCicd
Firm Itigid rastrl tlon ot tho Govern
ment, both Si ate and N'atlnoal, to tho Irglt
lmatv doiualn c f political power by exclud
lng therefrmi all excuut ve and legislative
intermeddling with tho affairs nf society
whertby inonouollc aro fostered, prlvll
Citged discs aggrandized, and individua
fronditn unnecessarily and opprcsively
Tho following Central Committee
was appointed by iho llcpublicau con
gressional convention that met' a
Mound City, August 13, 1874 :
Alexander county, O. W. McKealg ;
Jackson, I1d L Wiley;
Johnson, A.J. Alden;
Massac, Henry Armstrong ;
l'errv, S. J. l'nrks ;
l'opo, 11. U. Uaker ;
1'ulnkl, Oeorga W. Mortz, Ut.
Bandolpb, D. H. McMaatcrs;
Union, 11. 11 Stlnton ;
Villlameon, Milo Erwln.
Tho following Coolral Coiumitteo
V. was appointed by Iho JfcpubJican oon
rontion of the FiAieth senatorial ill's
. triet, held at Wound City, August 18
Alexander county, E. K. "Walbrldgo;
Jackson, Ezra II, Tullott ;
Union, T. 11, Phillips.
At tho Democratic concrcsMonal
tonvontioD, held at Anna, Soptcmber
3, 1874, tho following Central Com
, mitteo for tho Eiglitccnth district was
" lUndolpb, Uevorly IVIllsblro;
Forry, E. 11. Kusber;
Williamson, O. W. Ooddnrd ;
Jackson, O. W. Androws;
Union, Hugh Andrews;
Johnson, 1. K. Tierce;
Massac, J. W. Thrift;
Pop D. B. Fl Id ;
Pulaski, Obed Kdion ;
Aloxander, John II. Uberly ;
Al Largo, Judge F. llrosn, Cairo.
The following oxecutivo committee
. for Union county was appointed by
the Domocratio county convention that
met in Joncsboro, August 21, 1874 :
Jud'g M. U.- Crawford ;
j ., vj.. u, ivron ;
Tho lollowmg Stato comuuttco was
appointed by tho Democratic-Opposi
tion convention, at Springfield, August
Jit District, Egbert Janidson, Chicago
u uiuriui, tyni. .1. unauan, umcaijo
8d District, F 11. O. Win-on, Chicago
4lh District, A. M. Harrington, Geneva.
6th District, W'm "Wright. Froeport.
Cth District, J. B. Drakn, UocV liland.
Irtl'i- 8vh Wsulct, Vrashlngton K. Cook,
0th District Obas. P. Klnc. Peoria.
10th District, David K Uoad, Cartbaco.
12tb District, K L Merrill. 8nrlni.fll,l
' 18th District, John A. Mallory.Havana
16th District, N. O. lloblnson. Efllng.
" lflth District, O. D. Holies, Greenville
17th District, IV. JI. Krome, Edwards.
18th District W. H. Groen. Cairo.
,10th District,' James P J(nb!
At Large, N. H. Miller, Obicaco.
Al Large, It. W. Towusond, tbawnee-
At Lsrge, AVm. Urown.
'Mr. lirown was elected cbairmau of
The following Central Commit!
uvw Bppginiou uy uuo Democratic con.
Vflntlon fif ,A l-rnnflm nn,,..... . .
. Hui111 "-ro.
iisT''1 ??. J84
v ,'-6oWJI.Ian(l, Oi
, Oi Greenlev.
t louio, nruuniscxer. '
HazUwood,, JamfS & McOrlto.
Thkbes', i Q. HMwIogPi
Tn$,Aro'', !l,Met.M "arrell,
T W Hallldaystnd Jtmis Carroll.
S, J,ttoulh lro .J.obn Oo.iman, John
it. .)iIirlVi'Jol" Upen nd Dr, D. Artor.
.Uiru svpfwlntedby tba Detnucr&tic-Lib-
cral convention that mot nt Anna,
September 4, 1874, and nominated
candidates for. Iho JoglBlatnro in tlio
. imcth fctn&torlal District :
Alexander, U V, lllakn, J O Lynch.' .
litckion, V Diilion, .1 osopJi Cully.
Union, Olivor lltll, T M Furlno.
At Largo, T P llotiton, of Union.
T tilt nr. must bo n big demonstration in
Cairo before tbo close of the canvass, and
wo suggest our stdo should Indulge In it
The Gallntln county fair at Sliawnca
town fM n turrc-M, and claims ttio largeit
exhibition of Hooded and turf horses of
anv Southern Illinois fair thii year. Tho
Sh&tthoelownUes aro exuberant.
And inch Is fatno, Tho telegraph an
nouncod that tbo now Grand .Mutter of
Maions of Xlllnoli is Mr. John K Louna-
berry, and now tho Springfield Journal
ays thnt Mr. John O. Ioitnsborp, of
Mound City, w" el'Ctnd Urand Matter.
It hts coniL thu corruption fund
from tho Uadlcal SUto commlttoo; but
Pope, who Is on the Radical State com
mittne, will not pormtt Vood, who i
chairman of tbo lUdical county commit
tee, to handle much of it. l'ono linotvt
how to Imndln It boitor thn "Wood does.
Mu. T.J. Koberts, tho Libor-lleform
advccito of this citv. will remmonco the
canvass of this congressional district
Ufa In n fonr Jni . Wo unlr,lni Mr.
J 7 Jt.ivrtawtll u$.por tr. jjnxu jur con
Rffi. Jin Miald to bo a vory cfl'ocllvo
Tiik State lloaru oi Jwpmiigttlon which
was; in continuous i osslon sinro August
loth, aljo.r.iod on tho 8th Inst, The
oxponics of tbo session Woro cl?ht thoie
and dollar. An effort to abollih the
board will probably b mado at tho next
toision of tbo legislature.
A MUBDKlilta was arrested in "White
county niiar Norrls City a day or two ng
Tho murder was committed in Mississippi,
Alcorn county, In Oocombor last, and !
said to havo been of s foul and ntroclom
Cbaractor. tVIIson, tho murderer, has u
wlfn nnd flvo chlldron who nro loft dcstl.
tutn among atrancdrs,
Tub remit of ttio Uto eluotlon in Ocor
gla for membors of tho leglelnluro Is on
atsuranco that tho good order which hf
prevailed In that state for a fw years put
s to continue. Tho number of Kepubli.
cans in both houeoa will not exceed four
teen, and tbo Democrats will havo n ma-
orlty on joint ballot, of two hundnd
Mr.. Povk, tho leader of tbo Itadlcul
party of .Vlexandor county, bas deter
mined tobavo Mr. WooJ, bis chairman of
the county central committee, call a Kadi'
cat county convention nnd nominate con
didatos for sheriff and coronor. Mr. Wood
always says "No" whon Popo command
but, llko Hy run's J ul W, consents while
swcntlng bo v.'lll not. Tho fsct Is, For
Is ono of tho most pormaslvo men in tlo
A "wir.i. csio" of much interest hr.s just
beon coocludou In tho fcJangaraon county
court. Mr. Hallidiy, of SprlugflolJ, wai
a largo ownor of real eatato tn that city.
Ho was ii Protestant. Mrs. Halliday was
and is a Catholic. Tho father doalrod to
have tho chlldron "broucht ut." in tin.
Protostant faith. Ho had his way, though
constantly oppoicd by tbo Catbollc
mother. Iloforo hla docenio, Mr. Hallldoy
mado n will by which ho left tho bulk ol
his proporty to lils children, providing
they never embraced tho Jtoman Cathollo
faith. If any of them should do so, thu
sbaro or) shares of such should go to
other jmtlos named. Mrs. Ualliday hat
endeavored to havo tho provisions of tho
will set anido, but has been unsuccessful,
tho jury having decided that tho will was
valid. Tho interested partios. tho chll
dron, havo remained Protestants up to
Editoh Oaiiio HuLi.BTis : At a recent
meeting of'roprcsentativos of tbo "Labor
ll-form Party," it was detorminod that
tho PresiJent, Mr. T. J. lloberts, should
ipoak in tbo Intorost of tho party In
tho congressional and legislative districts,
commencing on tho lSth Inst nt tho fol
lowing places: Jackson, Mn6iac, John
ston, Perry, Pope, Pulaski, Union, Wll
Harmon and Kandolph,
Tho tiuVet of tho party, which bo will
reprosont. -will bu promula'.oi' previous
to bis departure, and It Is hoptd that it
will meet tho views of all laboring men,
mccDanics, and such as have tho interest
of tho party at hoart.
Mr. ltoborts is a man who can lalrly
repreiontthy working clatscs of this sec
tion', a man of iireat cxnerloneo. nnd nm.
which tho part) sincerely hopes will b"
received In tho proper spirit by all classes
Hoping that you will glvo this a placo
in your valuabio columns,
are, respectfully, yours,
Pat. KiLLur, Sao'y.
It Is r pity that tho managers of tho
troodtnen's Savings Uank nt Vi'ashington
should all bo Jtepubllcsns. IT tney wero
Democrats, now, wl'.h what virtuous In
dignation tbo Kndical press would oto-
nounce them, Seventy thousand deposit
ow, poor, struggling negroes, ovory ono
of them, robbel of their little, but hard
ouned t rlunos by their friends. Four
millions of dollars gone, vanished, dlsap.
peered, nn ono knows where, slipped
through tho smooth hands of tho IUdieal
friends of ihe Industrloui nogroes who bad
begun to jy up something for a rainy day,
Thu Industrious negroes tlnd now that they
havo nothing laid up but Jay Oooko &
Oo'i bonds, wortbleis, and Suneca Sand
stone securities, worthies, etc., etc. For
this, they havo to thank their liadlcal
friends who managed the' alljlrs of tho
lFreodmsn's llank. If hot-headed South-
ernor, Democrat or otberwlto, bcaU a no
gro on tha head lor any cause, tho lladl-
osl pross bojds tbo wliplo Dsmocratlo
party reponsiblo for It. It Is now in or-
der for tbe samn preis to indulge In u little
wlioletomc execration of tho llsoa!i who
havo robbed, under clrcurnttnncc which
mado ttio net ono. of peculiar meanness,
ioventy- thousand negroes.
CLEMENTS AND TIIK CIVIL
Tho tfuo-bluo Hepublleans of William
son county, disiatitfled with tbo equivocal
expressions ol Mr. Clements on tho civil
rights bill, rocallod htm to that county
last week and demanded of him that he
should dcflno hU roiitlon on this great
question. In rctpouto to this demand ho
mado a lp:ech at Maiion. but filled to
satisfy cither tho frlendi or tho encmlos of
tho meftmrei llo wired in and wired out,
leaving tho pcoplo still in doubt whotbor
tho Irtaljo ttmt mado tho track was going
south or coining back. The Kopubltcans
oppo'cd to tho bill nrn swnaring nl him,
and tho Uepubllcans tn favor ot it nro
Tho policy of dodging upon this qtiii-
tlon has been adopted by Mr. Clements,
Ho says to James M. Morgan and James
Ilallamy, Democrnts of Johnson county,
'I am opposed to tho civil rights bill."
IIo lays to Sonator Logan, "I am In fa
vor of tho bill." To bis audiences ho
ipcukH v;itli an uncertain volco, telling
tboio in nntl-c(vll rights districts that tho
bill is iniquitous, and thoso In pn.-:ivll
rights Icculitios tlit the bill ought to be
passed. Tho newspapers that advocate
tho election of Mr. Cleiucnu
nro riully iIrffnnot. Hut olio of them
Hdvooatos tbs bill, but I hoy nil slur oror
tho quoltion, not daring to MLo n poilllon
for or against it. Tho Suu, of this city
boforo It was retained by Mr. Clements,
ami bal received its retainer beforo ii
was hired opposed whs bill In its weak
manner ; but elnco it bocimo tho "hlrnd
man" of tho lUdlcal c.indldato has neither
had tho bravery to op; so nor tha gnl
lantry to advoclo tho bill. Tho I'ulnskl
Patriot, nn echo of Tho Evening Sun
but lucking its nbili'y, has also nothing ti
sy oilbor for or against tbo bill.
Why Is this? Has not Mr. Clomonti
tho coumgo to bo oitber for or ngnlmt tbU
bill 7 Does ho buliuro ho otn win voU
by Lining ii coward by having on opinion
on ipiestiooa not in iituo ncd having none
upon questions on which the pcoplo nr-
livlileil 7 Will tbo Uapubliciius of South
ern llllnoil thu men who boatt of their
duvotiou to principle ftuml by such a
man? Surely thu Domocrnts will not.
IIo doo not detrrvo tho support of nuj
honest cltiz'T, nnd wiil not receive it.
TIIK THICK TO HE FLAYED.
Mr. P. II. l'opo it at. outspokon uiivo-
o tto of tbo civil rights bill, nnd, In consid
eration of certain pcstofllco favors to bo
bestowed upon him and Major Munn,
iftur tho election, if Mr. Clements suc
ceeds, has concluded to support that gen
tloman for congrcei. Mr. Popo, who has
great laQutnco with Mr. Jlird.'Mr. Glad-
noy nnd Mr. Scott, tho colored loaders of
Cairo Mr. Pope, who pulls tho wires and
makes Bird, Gladnoy ana Scott danco to
tho political tuno ho whistles, hni ar
ranged tho matter so that Mr. Clcmonts
may bo against tho civil rights bill where
votes may bo won by oppubllion, and for
tbo bill whero tho nogroes aro numerour.
He has consented that Mr. Clements shall
dony the bill in his csnv.ui through the
district, but refuses to permit him to op.
poso u in airo. no uonuves, ir no were
to permit Bird, Gladnoy and Scott, tho
co bred losders ha manipulates, to know
that Mr. Clcmonts Intends to vote ugalnat
tbe civil rights bill, tbo colored men of
Cairo wotill Iojo inform in tbo Kadic.ll
candidate, and Lis nnd Mr. Munn's rola
lives would loso their fat situations in the
Cairo poitoulco. llo has thcroforo com
pollod Tbo Sun to discontinue its opposi
tion to tho bill, and will not permit Mr.
Cloraents to mal.-o a speech in Cairo at this
time. Ho Intends to havo r. Clements
speak in Cairo n day or two beforo the
olectlou too lalo to get tho nows
over tho district and comb out boldly in
favor of tho bill. In this way ho oxpects
to obtain tho votes of tho Cairo negroes,
wbo nro aniious to havo tho bill pacsod,
and retain tho votos of Democrats llku
Morgan ngd Ilollnniy, of Jackson county,
to whom he bus ploJgod hit word thnt bo
will voto agafuttt tho bill. Mr. Popo Is
afraid to permit Mr. Clcmonts to uddrcts
Cairo nulionco long enough beforo tbo
election to havo his speech published
throughout tho district, and he Is afraid
to tako off tho muz.lo ho has put upon tbo
mouth of Tho Sun, nnd ullow It to con
tinue to bay at tho civil rigtiW bill and nt
tho samo timu support his caudidato for
congress. Popo it an able politician, unu
has tho nll'dlrs of his party well in bund.
As was stated in yesterday's Tribuno, a
movement Is on foot among loading mem
bers of tho Episcopal church In Uhicugo
looking toward tho bringing to bear upou
ttiu Guiierul v onvoiilloii now In keolon in
Nmw York of h prosiuro against tho con
tinuation of Dr. Soymour its bishop uf H.
n ol. Tho movements Uns aseumud the
shapoof n petition, to which signatures are
uuiug ouiaineu wiiu an pusiiuiu uitpalch,
sotting forth that, since thu oleoilon of Dr.
Seymour by tho Illinois Diocitan Conven
tion, new information Us bseu ubtalnud
hi to tho Handing of tho buhjp. elect in
refurenci to tho vital nuoitiou now ut!ita-
ting the church that, in short, instead of
ueing too cons-rvutlvo churchman his
frlendu represented him to be, ho Ii nn ad
herent of the most u.lv&ucou school, being
oven moro objectionable on UiU uccouut
than Di. D'Kovon wis, Letters to this
effect have been received in Chicago from
several bishops and other influential
churchmen, and tbo petitioners now sk
tbo liouso of bishops and tho clcncnl and
lay deputies to investigate theso state
ments before condoning and consecrating
Dr, Seymour as bishop of Illinois, Prom
inent men of tho conservative party j,,
not bosituto to churgo that, in responte to
Dr. Sullivan's forclblo challouge of Dr.
r-eymour's views and practices In rolatlon
to Hlluallsm, mlitaken representations
wero mado, whereby many clorical and lav
votes wero cast for him which otherwise
would have been cast ngalnt him. In con
sequence, many Mgnors of tbo testimonial,
Drs. Power and Sullivan being among
tho uumber, will withdraw thoir names
Irorn tbo document, even nt thn rl.Lr nf
disturbing thu harmonious rotations which
should. txlit between tho bishop and tho
olercy ft Is bsjlpted tbnt tlio movnmont
will result not onlv In comnellln.- tho rinn.
eral Convention to inquire Into tho truth
of tbo latest statements concarnlur Dr..
Soyraonr's Tiowf,4mt will alim bHng tho
"luvsiion oi nuuauim netoro tho.Conven-
tlon In a shape which wl 1 forco a thor
ough'diseutilon of tbo subject in Rplto of
all eitorts to tno contrary,
" TUB BEW TfOUK tu.v.
Tho New lorkSuuof tho Oth has tho
following on tho samo subject:
It Is rumored' that tho ulectlon of thn
Hev. Dr. G. F. Sevmour. of this city, to
thu Episcopalo of Illinois Is by no means
certain to bo rail Hod by thu House uf
lllshopi nt tho approaching general con
vention of tho Protestant Episcopal
church. Tho lilshop-olcci, thougn a man
uf loarnlng and nullity, bus Identiilcd him
self with the so-called V. II. S. (Contra
torntty of the Blessed Sacrament), n se
cret nrioclalion ot Episcopal clergymen
anuiajmen, wnoio principal onjeut, his
understood. Is to promote tbe doctrine uf
tbo real, Objuetlvo proconco f Christ In
tho Uoly JSuoharlst. nnd to encourage tbo
adoration of Jllm preterit In thu olemtnts.
mis association is mnuo up exclusively or
persons ol strong Huunllttlc view, and is
in gkoa u lor with noiihor uign church
men nor J.uv ohuichmeu. 1 muiiiLcr
hip is vory imperfectly known, uud few,
If any, prominent Clergymen have vm-
tureu to acknowicdii' their count ctio.i
with it. It is probably far inoro uf a bug
bear than its Importuned or tho circum
stances of its organization would wurruit.
Jir Uelvoven, who wus eo persittontly
pressed for tbo Episcopsto of Maisaihu
rolls nd uf Wlsruiis.i , failed of success
bocautc, If not n member of tho cunf rater
uiiy, ho thorougl ly r Heeled bis opluiun.
Although Dr. Seymuiir has kept himself
far more In tho background, tbo fact thai
he is n reputed member will, in thu pres
vnl oxcltud stuto ot tho church on l'lliial
llioii..eUn., ifn fur tn Iniuro his duluot.
Tbo homo of buliupj ,y wlilcli )tt ulec
tlon liust bo ratified sits with ulotil doors,
nnd its proceedings, as n rule, nro not
nudo public. Warm personal friends,
dltferim: with hi in on doctrinal luiot-.
can voto ngalnts him, with tkoulruuit por-
in vo nssurnnco tur.i nn will nuvor Know bow
their ballots having been catt. Had his
olectlon by tho diueete of Illinois taken
puck) uuilng tho ricess of llie general
assembly, instead of in tbo ovo of Its us
embllng, tbu-nmu birhops who now vutu
secretly would have boon obliged to cor
Hfy opi nly in writing their ttpproval or
dlsrpprovat of him. Ir. such i emit, It l
onsy to iindoriWnd how timid men migtr
reverso the action they would havo loken
.lurinu n ieilon of their holy with c on-d
loors, nnd, from a dliincllnaticn to i ffond
Dr. Seymour, consent to cl'vato to the
piicopato mm whom they c.miclcn
ttouily consldired undttod for tho olllce.
It Is suppimod that IJishop Dnanc, of Al
bany, to whom several of tbe low.nhurch
blihiips drcllocd to glvo their coniflcato
would havo beon defeated batl bis nomi
nation como directly befiirn tho houio of
bishops. Th'i rfjction of Dr Symour
would bo a sir-niflcant fact at this tlmo
Hotel and Restauraunt
122 ConmioFcial Avenue.
Two doors nouli cf (Wro and Mncennts lljillrsad
WM. WETZEL -
A trusty watch kept night end day for
.Trains and Steamboats.
the in:sT or accommodations
for tranclent guests at
T WO DOLL A It S P E H D A Y
Goal and Wood Yard.
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
Kent constantly on lnud nt UowV Yard.
ommcro ul avenue, oypoiiiu mot- utiiiu
Onlers promptly filled, Coal and Wood
delivered lreo of charge, 'I i nn n.trlelly
VAT HON I ZE
CAIRO CITV BINDERY.
irntr TwoUth stroet and Washington Ave
J. G. HUELS.
lUte of 8t. Louts,);
00K HIND Kit AND BLANK HOOK
illlivXK HOOKS of ovcry dcicrlptlou
one with lieatacM and dispatch. All kinds
r rulinir iloue at short notleo. Whins,
Music, JtasazlncH and Periodicals bound
neat uml at the lo.vest po.s ble rate.
Count J. work, Mich as Jtueord", Docket
f co Hooks. Itlunti., etc., mado a Mio-da'ty
it"owL.kmu,.1Ioak,,' Luu,I,i' ,,t0 ' ,,"'l,u
a""F!l'J?'CfS!l'''JLl "" " iiiinm mm.
C. WINSTON 6i, CO.
Real Estate Agents
71 Ohio Levee, (Second Flofor,)
Uuy and Sell KAL ESTATE. Pay T.VXES
ktv-i i ,.r.R,'brs Abstract of Title.
R. SMITH, M. D,
.'AV K-'0' '-i'l Thirteenth Mreet,
it V?0'1., i ""hlngton avenue anil Walnut
ililri iMfornraerctal avenue, up
And Dealer In
Jiimc, Conicnt, I'lailor, Hnir, fee.
fjJ'I will sell tn car load loin at iu:inii(stv
turers prices, adllug freight.
COFFEY, IIA1UUSON & CO..
(Successors to D. Hurd & Hon.)
Fl.mlU. OltAIH AMI ICAT,
No 03 Ohio Lvo. OA 1110. ILfH
Wood Rittenliouso & L'othor
Or.NKnAI. COMJIISSKI.V MEnOIIANT,
1311 Ohio Lovce, Cairo.
7.. D. Mulhui-s
K. C. II"
MATHUSS & UHL,
Korwardiux & tlcncrm
FLO UK, GHALV, II AY AND
I. A. Thorns u. I). TJiouu
TIIOM8 k BROTHHK,
Succesotrsto II, M.Hulen,
COMMISSION MKRCBANTS. UROKEIt
xvd DrAimts IN
npl snS I'mioy lirorrrlro,
r"orotgn ami Domeitlo
ISt Comiiioro!-I Avenne.
OAIUO. - . ILLINOIM
NKW vohk aro.tr:,
WHOLES ALE AND KKTAIL.
'.A.UOEHT VAMBTT sroOK VJ TUB 0
GOODS BOLD VEKY OLOUE.
liirnrr uf Mlctoatri Hrrot n:nl Com
O. O. I-ATIKII
MILLER & PARKER,
FLOUH, CORN, OATS, UAV.&c.
Agonts for Fairbank Soulo'.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Succeseor to John II. Plilllu,)
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS,
' Dealers In
JlKAIi, MIAN, Ac.
Agents for Laflin 4 Rand Powder Company.
COlt. TENTH ST..t OHIO LEVEE,
u .avcks. n. .1. ay nit
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JBtlKHAL COMMISSION MEHOHANT'
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STRATTON & BIRD
Agents American Powder Company
a? ojw z.KVt:, c-tmo.
R. SMYTH & CO.
L1QTJ0U 1) E AL EH
No. GO Ohio Lovce,
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
OP AM KINDS, IIAKD,An1) SOtT,
. Keep-constantly on nana1
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Conner URh Street
and Ohio Lovco.
Mill and Yard,
DAN1KL JiAMl'RHT ,
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iiih'.U fctrnct, liet,-een AVanhtni'ton and
Jobbers and Retailers of
P Till El DRUGS,
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, JVrfumory, Soaps, Brushes,
Toilett Articles, JDrupgist's I'ancy (JimhIm, Collier White
Lead and Other Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnishe ,
Window Glaa3, Wax Flower Material, Ti bo Colons, Dye
Stuffs, Etc., Etc., Etc,
Wo Sollrlt e'lrrecpondf nco and order from Dni)riftt, J'hjalrlana and fiencral Ktoros
In want ol (looil- in our I.Iiih. cteainlinat. riaalnUun anl family Medicine cases turn
Mied or Ileltllcd Willi It- liable Druita at ItasiOt.abU Mats
WHOLESALE & KKTAfL RETAIL k PRESCRIPTION,
71 Ohio Leveo. lViuliIngtou Are. cor. Eighth .St.
Bristol & Stilwell
Keep ovcry thinK irtlnlng to the
line of Staple uf Fancy Grootrief,
Woodeuwnre, egetables, FrtUU, &o.,
Xow it the lime to pot your Built for
early mnttr Flower. 11 lm(.a tlock
of fmtr Dulnh Jhlbt or yinler uml
ipriiiQ hlunmimj tltun tssr Injure offered,
imported from JfolLiil far the
autumn truilu of 187-4, lip P. JI. Ferry
C Co. They can lc relied on at rhoice.
A variety oj
He will furnith catalogues contain
ing directions for culture ami manage
ie of the, above, fre, oh application.
Will take orders fur anything the
line of winter gardening,
Ho 32 EIGHTH St.
PITS CUEED FREE.
Any peron Miilorlntr from tho ulinvo dii-
e.iso U reipieMcd to uihlrem Dii. I'ltiCK, and
i trial bottle r invillclno will lie iomarded
by o;:preit, l'ltK-: I
Dr. rrleolsa lonular physlolan, and lias
made the treatment of
rns oit rriLiu'SY
i study for years, and ho will warrant a
jure, Uy thn uo of Ills remudv.
Do not fill to K'lld Id hllll liirtilnl linKl.i
I coiU notlilui', lie
ttii.1. cum: v ii ii.
io matter oi li"v long nuiiiiiiik your mini
uay i.e. or now many otno. rouwtliei iuy
Circulars and testimonials sent with
l'UKi: TltlAL 1IOTTLU.
lilt. (Ml.VH. T. I'IMUK,
C. W- DUNNING, M.D, '
UUSlU:.Ui; i oriieri.uuii Wfclnll,
street. Oilleo-Curnor Sixtu street uuil '
Ohio lsvue. OfUco hours 1' n ,, ,-i
I'Jin. and'Jp ni. v
Genornl Insurance Acent,
Ohio Leva, aver .Matliun UIiFh.
l&rKpM hut firtl'tLut Compan rt
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Snttord. Morris ic Candco.
79 Ohio Iym, City iN'at''oiml
BniWJng, Caimo, I lis
Cio oldttt mUlillsbed Aftmi-v in
HUnol. leprewntin,.' . r
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
TORfiM COUNBELOit.t, ! U
OOUce Over t"Ut national llanl.. ,,.17- ji
Jolw H, Mulsoy. William C . .Miilkey.
mOlkey & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OlMtce: lllv'illj itrcet tjflw.i n
cial and Waaliirucum enui
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. (iilt.erl.
CAH'.O, I -I .
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rpeell alt ction Klven li Admiralty
-ml Menu b.il IniMh cm,
OIBc! Ohio I.ftfo. Itnnnu .7 and S nc
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
No; 7fi (llilo J.cuo, CAIIIO, ILLS
tysjieelnl attention given to conM-cn-meuN
mil tllllnK order. ll-'MI
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
2XTo. XXO Oliio Xiovo
J Q. HARMAN Su CO
And Land Auil ol tho IlllnoW Central ami
- , llurllnstOH aud Mlsoutl 11. It. Cos,
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WfirtH 'Uor, Sislit and Ohio Lovco,
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