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TS2 1CLD rowis
Keeu In general uaefnr twenty yearn,
',vervwiei' pvd ht wof NAttt.
rtiedlelnea known. Ttey arc Just what,
lb people anl, KnTlnK lime, money,
elckneaa and enfferlna;. Brerf alnffl
peri no the well tried peracrlptloa el
a eminent phyelclan.
? Pnrea. ' Cent
1. Fevera. ftmreailnn. Inflammatloni. . . 1-
t WnriMa, Wmin Fever, Worm Cloiic, . t!'
S. I ryliir-t'ollr. or TccihiiiKof Intajits,. SI
4. tlarrlira, o' Children or Adults, . . V.
5. Hywtiterv, Vrlpuij;. lillioii Colic, , .
ft. 'lioera1lnrbii, Vomlring, ....
?. f ouaha, Cultla, Urondiina, , . , , t,
R. Keuralirla, Tuoibnrhe. Farrarhn, ,ttlp
' 1 Heatlarliea, flrk Ui-adurbu, Vcltii
1A. DfpeMla, Bilinun fitumachoa, C r
II. iimresie(I, or Painful I
15, .liile, too Profnoa Pe . . ,
LI t rim p. Cmtfrh, Dirllco'-T.A.r. A A. M.
.)( nU Rheum, Erv.dJ'uniatiirt In Wi
VMieMnin(Vp' w C.viuiw-ivial avinue
w anf r fc.'Jun turret, on the nwin4 and
'iurih Momuv oi wJi uootb .
Thk ofllci.il rote of Ocorgia at the re-,
cent election U m lollowa: For the con
atitiition, 110,10. Ajrainst, 40,8S4. Knr
Atlanta a the cnpitul, J l IT. Ajnin.-t,
Thk lira) ot.lohn I. Turk A Mm .'
Cincinnati, one. ol the heaviest iinigileul
Ing esrab.'lihwenu west of New York,
bavo tailed. The liabilities ol tlx- linn
ar plawi at $130,000.
AM effort If being wade by the frienl
ot the murderer, Harrison I.urklow, to
have bis Bentencecommittcd to imprison
ment for life. The day et it t!i execu
tion It Tuesday, January loili, I 7 A.
Hon. Thomas Ai.t.e.v, preMilcnt ot the
Iron .Moontnin railroad company, is inert
tioneda.? a probable candidate lor 1. S.
senator in place of Mr. Arnitronr, filling
the unexpired term of the late .Si-mtor
Thkhe U a xooii ileal ot uiicH-iiif-i
kiuong larnii'i'.o In all parts ot the coun
try on account of the eflects of thn lute
warm weather on the jfrowliiK wheat
crop.' The wlieaUms ijrown too rapidly,
and in pome plnees It is reported to be
j t.nthi!;. This is Indeetf wonderful, am
tivi.-n .ib.Linl.iiit. cause lor alarm.
Sr.Ni-): the pasajie the army hill,
tho United Sutes treasury has paid out
over 30, DUO in curretiry, the greater
portion ot' which wa paid iu Cumin'im
tu in to olliiTrs and men ot the army.
The treasurer is now paying out over
jya.OOU.OPO In gold on aeeount ol inlerot
on the public debt due 1st of January
next, making in all over $53,000,000 (lis-,
nursed within the pa?t fix weeks,
Thk report ol the commwMoncr of in
ternal revenue shows that the toial r.uoi
l)cr of licensed, saloons or drinking plaeeH
in the country i.s 1G4,uHS, or one to every
280 persons. Ol all the state", Illinois is
louriu in Hie number ol silouii;, liavinj;
10,548, the tliroo which take pneodem.
bciii Jiitt'.-Y oris, . J.'ciu&v It.mvivnJ
number ot distilleries 1,0!j, mid Xtw
Vork the most breweries, 379.
IV any additional evidence were needed
to abow that John hherman U acting
from mercenary motive in the unpopu
lar position he now assume on tho sliver
and currency questions. It may be found
in the lollowlng letter written by him in
18C3. It will be noticed that whereas in
that year lie arpears to have been in
favor ol an honest settlement with the
bondholders, jroinjj even to tue extent of
advocating payment of the bonds in
greenbacKS, he now Insists on robbing
tho people of millions ot dollars that the
holder of bonds may be paid in gold
only, a dearer material than even the
contract calls for, if the law ot 1809 can
be so considered.
I.M1I.D Statks Sen-ate ' Chamber.
it . .. I, . ..... . . . . i
"ui.M.iw, Jiai'CQ M. DKAB
Sin : 1 wa9 glad to receive your letter.
ily pereonal intereats are the same as
yours, but, like you, J do not intend to
be inilueiieed by them. My construction
of the law is the result, ol careltil cxamN
nation, and 1 leal (juite sure an impartial
court would conUrm it If tua
be tried belore a court. 1 send you toy
views, as fully atated In a gKech. Vour
idea that we propose to repudiate or vio
late a promise wheu we oiler to redeem
the "principal" In legal tendera is erro
neou. I think the bondholder violate
his promise wheu ho reluses to take tho
raron kind of money he paid for the
bonds, if the ease is to be tested by the
law, 1 tn right; if it's to be tested bv Jay
:ouk's advertisements'. I am wronir. 1
hate repudiation or anything like It, but
we ougnt not to he deterred Irom what
is right lor leur ot undeserved enltheis
II under the law as it stmds the holders
t 5-20s can only be paid In gold, the
bondholder can dema.id only the kind of
money tie paid, then lie l a repudiator
nun evonioniT to uemani money more
Twuaoie iiian ne gayo. i ruiy yours,
Nl ukiiinn muM'ttittrK.
i'he Johnsuu oountx Journal of .Satur-
iirday lu-t gives the following account of
oene that occurred In court when the
murderer Ilurklow was brought belore
juago Dougherty t besr his wnu-na-rt
HarrLon Uurklow m. bmugbt Itelure
bi honor Judge Douj;biir.tT, lant Friday
murnim;, "id the motion for tho rehearing
m auiy ark'uea. nut tbe court overruled
the motion. Then J. K. 'I'homa entered a
inution for an arrest of Judgment, whii h
was lo duurUMud at lenttli, bat overruled
! T the court. The attorne) for tbe de
ieiie aaked leave to tile a Ull of except
iona, which wa grantou. After wl.i.h,
theJudKe proeeeded to nenten-.-e the pris
oner. But before aunouuciiig tb en
leuce, lie made soiuti very appioprlate. and
letlingrfinuiktae to Ike noletuutty which
w tl.nn to follow. Ue tbca read the pen
Uiifc; Tliat tlie prisoner, who bad been
louod (ulily of murder, and to suffer the
fcnalty of death, ly twelve Jurure of Ms
county, should be buugon tba lath of tbU
January, betweea tbe houre of 11 and 1
'dock, within an enelo.ure of tie oounty
jaU yard, until ba waa dead, dead, 1esd:
lo repealing tbe but word, tbe court gave
way table bum me feellngr, and bureied
Kilo teara, and tliea aided: May r.oi
.511 ritbe - rt dsh sen
THI V.v4ipUt In UJ(fnnty, H la
will he tbe last, i
JbfCl ISIIKK Of HI IK'tl
O MI I It.
letiucssnf a church," eya
VharaA Apytai, "tetuis lo bo H8
- " attachment as u organ.
church cdinVc Is encumber
tsajfc, and the more fih
. ureh ami Urircr the?
tlic grviitor suems to Ihj tbu
The lilir Kdward Kimball, ot Chicago,
Ij'.Tldenlv madu a national reliutalion
Fas tho irrcat extinguisher ol chur.tli In-
debtedne&i. His aelircvctnenU iu this
line lit business is remarkable. Mr. Kin
ball lias been creating a great scu.sation
by his cflorts in New York recently. He
was originally a commercial traveler, iu
the business seine, and It was while
traveling Iu California, in the interest of
a Chicago schooNfuruiture hnui, that
first he became interested in the mutter
ol relieving churches from debt. He
flrt secured nenuissiim trmu two or
three pastors ot rural churches to address
their congregations on tho subject, and
his appeals were so successful thatho
went to S;n Francisco mil .Sicraniento,
where he freed one church of a debt of
elghtyvsix thousand dollars, and others
of sulallcr, amounts. Then he started
east, stopping at Denver to liberate three
churches there, and In western New York
to extricate some more. Arriving
In New York city, he at once attacked
the most stubborn cases ol church mort
gage in that debt-burdened metropolis.
Four weeks ago to-day he mteeesslully
tugged at the pnrsetring" ot the mom.
hereof Dr. Uubinson's church, which he
Ireed Irom a ih dt oi $ lO.Ood. Tills took
two Sundays, however. At a Friday
evening prayermceting, iu Ilio interval,
he raised $25,000 for another New Vork
church, and .two weeks ago released a
church in Cambridge, Mnsaehuelts,
Irom a debt ol f S7 000. Last Sunday he
commenced his heiivie-'t ink, that ol
raising a mortgage oi ii.X'.iMH)
on the Holy Trinity church of
J)r Stppiten II. Tyng. a ilc-eription of
the vigorous and imslnc'. like means he
employed thnv will give :t sulllcienlly
distin'Jtidea of liN ifciieral nie:lioi. lie
va brought into the pulpit Sunday
tnoriiiiig, without any previoii an-
n'Hinccinctit, and the uongrc.g.itiim, who
had eoinfot'tiihly settled themselves to
hear the usual sermon were startled, in
stead, !y a vigorous appeal from litis en
crgctic ttranger tiii' nioii'-y to pay the
immense debt which burdened them. He
told them precisely what he wanted, ten
subscription ot'$ttf,0C", t wclvc ol J.VOOO,
and others of snnllcr aoi-mnts, ntid
appointed canvassers lo bc-icge the nu m'
here persoiiallv, while lie continued hi?
impassioned appeal, fiuni the pulpit.
The congKgatiun grew restless, and
.some -slipped out, but others rcinilued
audyiuldcl one by one, so ;hat iu the
course '!' the morning some $100,000
were secured. Alter tliai Urn work went
on more slowly, but here was tm intcr
uiiwion m Mi, KimballV (florid until
night, lunch bung furnished the mi'
prisoned pioinliN In thoyhuich base
ti'tiai'i titwbrT' Wc'r " called for,
heu $40,0oo wrc quietly raiied, bring
ing the entire Mini to $150,017.1-5. An
adjournment was then permitted, with
the understanding that the work would
be continued every night, and the hope
that it would by completed. It is a curi
ous circumstance in Mr. Kimball's hi.s
tory that he was a member of tho same
Chicago church with D. L. Moody, and
that the latter waa converted under his
Instruction as Sabbathschool teacher.
Condition r t-cHeh llmlx,
Urave tears are entertained by some ol
our fruit growers that during the re
markably warm weather ot the past two
weeks the peach and other fruit buds
swelled to' such an extent as to ni"
them liable to be Injured the tl' cold
snap wc have. Some say the ms have
swelled perceptibly, otbeis say not. Ve
have examined numerous peach trees,
but find nothing to excite any very grave
apprehensions in regard to the coming
Vicuna Jt urual.
The year of 1ST" has bioiitit untold
wealth to this county. Tbe like of corn,
wheat, bog, and cattle produced In tills
county during the past year has iiuver
been equalled by any former years. He
aides the copious yield, we have been bloat
with a remarkable healthy year. Our citi
zens have no reasons to complute, but
every reason to rejoice. If 187? prove to
bo a bountiful aud fruitful an 1HT7, how
thankful we ought to be.
A SI KASjWE KTOIt V.
now i rnneu was sKi'AiiArKU fkom his
CHILDBKN, AND FOUND infM AFTER
MAXT YEARS' WA.NUl'.ItlNGS.
Ottuniwa (lows) tw-ic-; One ol the
strango circumstances ot life, more like
fiction than truth, camo to our notice this
moruiug. It seems that several years
ago a fumily of German people, consist
ing ol lather, mother aud two childreu,
lived In New York, where the wife and
mother eickoned and died, Icavlti; the
man with but little money, and tbe (wo
children to core for. The lather had two
sisters iu that city, who, hko himself,
were strangers in a strange laud, ami tu
each he gave a child. The children, acp
aratod irom their lather and mother, and
Ironi each other, fretted themselves ick,
and it w. Ihought best to place them
iu one ot the various ay
lums ol (bat great city, where
tlrey could be together. Hero they seems
ed to thrive, and the father, by his labor,
was able to support them in a stylo that
guaranteed thoin a homo and comfort for
tho time being. This was nine or ten
yearn ago, and the children :it Hil rime
were about seven aud niuo years ol ago.
The lather wandered out west, in hones
of bettering bis condition, and finally
found hlnuelt iu St. Lou la.
hlttr hi arrival, bo was prostrated with
tbo typhoid lever, from which bo only
recovered to lake the small pox. if a was
a long time In rewverlng, and fouud
nlmcelt wftuout money for bis o-vn enpi. 1
port, aod tn the long time intervening
no money had been sent for the bup
port ol tho children', and the managers,
sent (hem with hundreds ot others
to this slate and elsewhere in the
west, finding homes lor them
wherever they could iu the best lamillus.
Altci Li!) recovery, and wheii money
nutters were belter with him, he wrote
in regard to his children, but could get
no word from itui. As booh as posl
ble he made his way hack to New York,
but was refuted inlormaliou aa to where
his children could be lound. Alter
searching tho city in vain he smarted out
west again, and finally lound hiiusell in
Louisiana, where ho undertook (arming,
but was drowned outhis partner losing
his lite. He sold his i.trut lor live thous
and dollars, and with the proceed" re
turned to New otk. Tliin tune ho tried
the potency ol gild, and by the offer ol
live hundred dollars lo llic manager he
learned that Hie children had been sci.r,
out wet, to Ottawa. Iowa, where
they had found homes with a
man by the name . VY. Car
penter. ' This place he visited, but
without avail, and despairing ol ever see
ing his children again, he went to Ht.
Louis. In that city he was relating Jiis
lile history tosomeol his German friends,
when one of them suggested that as the
names were some what" similar, Uttumwa,
la., was meant. He Immediately wrote
to J. W. Carpenter, Ottawa, Is., and also
to the same gentleman, Ottumwa, ia. In
due time the mail brought him the good
new that his children were here and In
good health. As may bo expected, he
was not long on tlin way, and a day or ,
two ago arrived in this city, where he
found his children, nearly grown, oc
cupying a good home with Mr. and lira,
Carpenter, to whom they have become
grently endeared. Such is the story he
tells himself. The children will remain
with their foster parents, while Mr. Mill
er will probably make hi hnnm In this
part of the country.
Itialiianr riienlrieal Mniinuer.
Sprlngllcld R'.jmblirau: The right of
theatrical managers to tho control of
their house during their lcae came very
near being emphasized by a riot at New
London Friday night. The Dcnman
Thompson company had leased Lawrence
hull for Thursday and Friday niiilits, and
on the first evening tho owner ot the hall,
Mi. Lawrence, attempted to pass in two
friends without lickets. The manager,
lailini to obtain payment, sent to the
jsnilor. Instead of the tu enty.fi ve dollar
rent, i wenfy-four dollars and a memoran
dum representing the admission prion tor
Mr. Lawrence's I wo friends. Tim jan-
,!or rciii-cd to iicci pt the memo
randum, ai. d il,e m xtiiigli! I he hour for
the performance loninl Hie lull lock-d
and unlighteil. An altefeation ensued
between the janitor and Thompson, In
which the crowd Joined, and soon became
very boisterous, threatening to break
down the doors and lynch the janitor.
At this point Mayor H alter appeared on
(he scone, and, learning the state of
allalrs, told Thompson to hurst iu the
doors it lie couldn't get in any oilier way.
The urowd were making rapid prepara
tions to tollow the mayor's suggestion,
when the janitor's discretion overcame
h is obstinacy, and the doors were opened
and the performance proceeded. Mr.
Lawrence is one ol the wealthiest men In
the place, and is said to have often im
posed on managers in this way, but no
such issue, was ever made over It before.
cTa-ftje's I i'liok, tfloody7 anfot
Foul Odor. Sanses of Smell and
Taste VVh!,,v Gone. Entirely
sanfof mm cure,
V.sn Oi-nttcmen I feel com-
nelled to ackiowieu. ,; to yn tlm yn-at beiidt
PAKroD' Iiiuf;i, run 1.1 bi-cn to mn. For
Iimi i bi 1 ti;.vi bci ii uBIIctuI with Hub lo;ilionio
lUiiiHu, anil i'-clully In tlic winter tlnm li:m It
bfi-nmnwl severe. Tim illhohnrKe ha ln-i.-n Hurl:
a. 1 ttloody, finlttfntr a fniil clur no hiui that my
pUKM-iu-o In a room with others wutveryoauuBlvu
lo thfin. Oni- wi-rlt alter raitmisnclnir (lie use o(
BANrimn'i IUihoai. :t na I w it not troubled wlU'
it Ht (ill. Mvs- nr(. rf tntttc hnl snmll, whlcli -,' '
trAi.'.v Koin. havi- imw folly rcturni'tl, ntid cu'
ural Lcalik I- mu u lrnprm,., Ttf; f0TtD
WtLliul tSfi,-r-Uad Writer.
GBANti IHpir.Xtitm.. 'S
ii,,,,'. ii itnnr n'lUinU not liernfhr lilt ivnieily.
T Ao trleil Naal Hon "In noil o verythliijotsu.mid
iitliouKh 1 havo iM-cniibli1 lotttop tHi- oilrniivo dis
rtiiirif,', 1 Imvi! not bccii iihb-t" roceviTinvM'tnntsut
tmtu and miiell until I irieil San pond's Crim. Vou
fan ivut anv onr rnu rtiono to me, nml I will
i-liscrfullv In'Rinn tin in in ilBtnil n (o Die brm nt
" t"med'1" u" '"i.nm-rii. FORD.
(Ibjcid Ru-um, !tcn., NOV. 15, ISIS.
SAKFCRD'S,. RADICAL CURE
Not onlv promptly rrbi tlm coTroilIn Hh charts
in Catm rn, lull, by nympmhrilr m'tl'in, It rtn- lo
snniui lit iillli nil t'u uruaiti' ef tin' IhmkI tlmt liivi,
b. i-nnir nrt. olmi by it,UuU( ilnblt Jl'y ol tliciolluw
Unfcctlve Eycnlr.hf. InflaniccT r.-vl Mattery
lypk, I'liinful iiikI Wufi'. i:-. I.ok.1 oi
)lariu(. Knvocho, Meurulfilu urtlK tur,
liUi Iiuii'm from th oKii.-, ltliii;lnv.'olirH
In tho licad, UizzlnesK, Si'i'v.iii!, 11. nil.
acho, Fains in the Temples, Lous nftlm
Sense of Tastnnd Hiui U, I'lmifpitlua of
I lie I'vula, IntirtmmiOlon of tl'.e Tnn ,OI,
I'utri'l SorTh rout, Tlekl I rig or l nek iluc
i'oush, itronetUtls, unit lilcollngo.' tho
Karh tarV, cintiilr Pr. Snnferd's Inprovod
tnlialtnir Tutu-, i". fall .i..d i .nviallv jirBiured dl-
ctli'isfor uho liiiillci";i. Pili'i'.?!. furaali-br
all u.iiivli, utnl r"t'i.l lrOKWl nn.l dvHtrri
Ibrouihni.tiriii'iiiti'il M-tb siiu.tt'.i!itt',MH. Wl F.K.S
ft 1'OTTKlt, ( KiTol Aftul-u.ia WLuli'iotc Druij-gl.-w,
AN Elrrtro-Calrualn BatU-ry, ecimbltifd wilb
a lilyhly Mt'Jicutid I'lunn r, (oru.'.uii Hie
Itrandvt curative hki lit tutlit nri. T lufdulnrt,
anil utterly unrpiuiltiK nllothur I'laturs tii-rttolnre
In n . The, n.'i'utnH ieh nuirn in mm wrM; tlmn
lh uld l'laiirrx li, i. 'mult' J';ar. Ttii'jr du nwl pal
Uatt.vbc) ci aa. lli.-y
Atl'H'tiuiiH r.f tliu
AIIclili of th'.i
Ko matlr nlml 'uv he the eilenl of your mtrer.
Ine.lrv eueof lln-M riin-terrt. Itrlh'f It iitlilnhltt
o.M.a fuLt -iippyrtnd by liundrtiirt,-atliiuiiiiHlHlu
uur pi,Kelon. Hvar iu iid.d tbiil ttif motit liiipor.
taut ,1tiiroTf'rl-.- Iu pburuiacy dabi bat-It IrHiOhan t"ti
aar. and tiia! i.iinbliittlKMiitir annus and I'Mf-ncua
of jilaut and tliruba ara le rriu milted with Cl .o.
trlcllv tu form ui-uMtlv I'l HUr.ln soothluK.heal.
Inir. aud atrenitthenliiK prnpurtb-Kaa rnriiarH-rliir lo
Bll ol irr ri, ln r u.li.rr in ufJaUiOBOii:Otl0o
pby-h iu Is lo the hom -lc i bi
e enrrful to e.all forrOt.f.rVS' rof.TAlC Pt, Af
TtK trot ynu k1 avnio worililtM itidtatiou. Hold by
all WitolnMla and Ratall fmiKKl'ta tbroniihnnt tba
I til!. . I Mate, and Canadw.aud by WHKlib mi
I t il, ri oprletuia, lluntou, Mass.
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Lata of tka 81. Char lee.
11 ATZS4 13.00 PEU DAY
OUR ItOTTO: " Tie Best
Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
X- xhj n cd .os nu:u. 'jeu js,
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
prints, domestics, bleached muslins, shirt
it;s, flannels, tickings, dress goods, silks.
A full line of Carpets, Mattings,
asks, Gaelics and Aiisses iJoots,
Till., atnf li ll nlt.nlt, V .l t?nl.
......... , j v i.ui.1 i- IV.MI.
O.ir Stock embraces everything needed in
ods. I'leaso give us a call, examine our
Am I too Late?
Not while there Is llle lelt. The weary
piliirlm'd heart la gladdened as he cornea
in view ol the desert's oasis, forgetlul of
his pant sufleriojfajrom tho biirnincr sand,
and thrist. The mariner's heart bounds
with Joy as lie pees his native shore oiler
months of cxpomiie, and the remaining
diillcshc has to perform on board ere
his ioot pieces again his native soil arc
flcine with an alacrity attestlvo ol his in
ward rejoicing. So there is hope tor you,
inorfutlerer, in rebuilding your enfeeb
led constitution. The daily use (it a ccr
lain well known remedy will increase
ti:e oppetire, assist the seeretioim and ex
cretions promoto natural rent, and bring
the bloom ul health once tunic to your
emaeialcd eliceks. That valuable iiunedy
i- the floitii' Stonnioli Hliter.
io To Thk
NKW JKVt:i,i:V STORE, No. 110
Coiumerclal Avenue, iu Winter's Block,
and ee the beautiiul Tea Set, which
will be milled for at the Arlington Hou-c
on New Vcnr's Kve. 12-22.
The TlUitl iive-II Unit Stmt It t'liiro,
J Ufet lieceived 5,000 of tiic celebrated
Tidal Wave, 5 cent cigars. Try them.
Trade supplied. I'itti1 & Unto.
.) Pis clioice llio coffee, $1.
10 lbi A sugar, $1.
11 lhj best Now Orleans sugar, $1.
And anything else at rock bottom
rriro iw. J'etth it lliicn.
ir i;. a ronn's
Beautiiul Velvet Albums, Velvet
Frames, foot KesU, Mubio Stands, Doll
Furniture, Ladies' Toilets, Card Uccciv
crs, Tanel Statuary, Beautiful Chromos,
Easles of ull kinda, Hook Cases, Clock
Shelves, Fancy Table". Autumn Vines
Chrnmo Mottoes, riuturo frames ot all
kinds fr" 0 cc,lts t0
I'lcturcs Frame 1 to Order.
Keward Cards and Prizes for Schools.
Washington Ave., near Tenth st.
Vergnugen Mebendo und Tanxlustign
konnen aiebeinen gemuthlichen Abend
berelten, wenn Dteselben slch am Sylvester-Abend,
den 31, d. ui., in der Turn
batle einlluden, doun die Turner verden,
weder Kosten noch Mtiho sheuen, um
diesen Ball zueiiiemdergemutbliehsien
zu machen. welcher shon selt langer zeit
hier In Cairo abgebalten wurds.
Klntrltt fucr Herr mid Damn, $1.
Fur ein Ousgezelchnetcs snpner und
gute (Jctraenko 1st bestens gesorgt.
Til F. COMMERCIAL AVENUE
II AIR IIHESKKR,
Has removed from her old stand on Com
mercial avenue to tho house back ol
Messrs. WhiteA Greer's store on Seventh
street, where sh will bo glad to see all
her former customers.
PETTIS & BIRD,
Corner 11th street and Washington
avenue bavo the best selected Block ol
staple and lanoy groceries in tbo city, to
call on them and get your Christmas
also a largo lot of toys will be sold at cost
to close out. Firo works fold very cheap.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IS
Mr. Block desires to call the attention ot
tho Publio to the factth.it he has al
ways on baud a large, new and tatbiouabie
stock of ready-made custom Boots and
(Shoes which he will sell at
THE LOWEST TRICES.
St U, & Sin, kn
Goods at the Lowest Prices."
Floor Oil Cloths, Curtain Dam-
Children s hocs. Gf-nt s not
CnnAtJ tnnll.. n .......
intuitu uk.i-iiiiuh kiyi:ii i v ihiiiii y wmi.
the City or Country, in Uroucrim or Dry
goods and nrlcea before you buy.
and all kinds Country Pro luce.
93 Ohio Levee, Cairo. Ills.
Ladies and hii
Can Be Beautiful
ly flyed or Re
paired at a Trif
C. O. D.
Old flats Made New. ;
II IS. SlIULIjfiV,
ICieonli'i-ettlmtH8H!cul t. rin of the Al
nailer Circuit Cuiirt 1 souiuwnci-tl and held nl
the court liouaeiu the city ol (uirocn MuDdny,
the .'JlHtilay of Ii-e:nlH;r, A. I). 1-T7. id trim
to be devoted cirhmlvtly to I lie licnnng olt'liari
cery can-en ami the trnn-iartiun of biinnesa on
tbe Cbnncery ilovket, .ImiN A. Itaasi,
I'Aino, I i,i.i , Xov, , 177.
- A n1-
Ag tt AMERICAN POWDER CO
S7 Ohio Lnvee.
City National Bank
W. P. HALIJDAV, Frertlileru.
HlNltY L. HAI.IJDA Y, Vicelri8l
A. H, 8A.FKOKI), Cashier,
WAl TH HVHI.oh. Aaa't Cashier .
. BTAATS TATLOB, It. It. ( I HJONdltAM,
II. L. ilALMDAT, W. f. IIl.t.DAY,
i.. U. Williahhon, STiruax IIihd,
A. U, Satoru.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Bi'd.
ElMWH lrcclvei and a Kencrttl tuuking
SAMUEL F. WHEELER,
Attorney At Law
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Dunk Building, tip.stairt.
Th Olilest tKitabliahed Agency in Siauhtm
lllluoii, and repmcntloK ott
IQ5 OOO 000
PAINT AND OILS).
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
7aU Paper, Window QIms, Win
dow Shadei, 4to,
Alwayi on hand, tbe orlebratea Ulumlaatl
Oornar Eleventh fltreat and Waahi
mm I Co
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Lcvcc
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street.
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine.
Window Glass, Putty
Paints--j!ll Colors Rady far the Brush,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's FidrCii ; '
West Virginia Oils. v
Tho Elgin Kerosene Can
The Only Perfect Cun in
tho World. Made of Glass
and sot to
Leak, C'Trodc or Break.
Every family should have
Tho best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
KA inilflrfllrifri ku AilrAN AHel
en. We sell at their prices
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes' Mcdi
ernes. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control tho celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
Wholesale and Retail,
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Last week 1 bought a 10 cent paekasoof Wa-lnne and .lone rrv warhinin cue Hail
the usual time at le-i than halt the eot ol Soap. .My cloih' were vthi er I iliii nol
have to rub them, and it did not brink my wonlens and lor onec I waa ennbietl to i:ei a
hot dinner on Monday. Ho ladiea tiy it, and you v. Ill save labor, lime tn.d money. It i
perfeclly nale to une it. Jilts. A-
S and 10 cent Fackeges. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Golden Lion Cologne-01 t
German Syrup and August Flower.
irisn, i?rencn and American Glues.
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and GcntleWi
The Best Trusses,
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair BrushesS;6' 'u"
Shoe Blacking, Stovo Blacki
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder, 4,"
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
The Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsanarilla and Blood PurifW
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods'
Quinine, Smith's Tonin.
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Tn Li . M
r -a- J2 eaiIiGr uusiers ana uounter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoo Dressing, and Stove PolLsL
Pure Imported Hay Itiiin, NpleiKlid-Cniiiula Tor
up- j.i.gusu ana Amerlcnn Soups-Fine I.i
Iiorted Ilmulkcrvhlcf KxrafM In orIi
nal Dottles or In Broken tenant i
ties wt wanted at low price. .
Buy Your Brugs .
At Barclays' Drug SIqxu
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennisl Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by tho U. S. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MEIMT, Highly Commended by the
U, S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rate the
same with Insurance Companies. Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels.
4 Jsrr.M :
at Dr. Woods' Prices. .
X, .1 & U f ST.
and tt th Street.
and all Acno Mori ,p, hps