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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1874.
OHalftl Faparor taCllr ssttd Connir
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advance W 00
fins month, br m&ll 1 00
tint Booth 0 00
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Tiros ot ytxxnur dullktik
Ona Year $1 00
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TliHi Mnntha W
Inrarlahlr In advanro,
JUmdlaff mutter on every ntre.
Democratic State Ticket.
Kor Stato Treasurer
For Bupertntcndcnt ot L'uliUc Instruction
8. Ms KTTBR.
Kor Conrest Klghtccntli District
For HcprcicntatIvc-Kmlotli H.'Mrlct
FOUNTAIN U. Ahitniaui
dSSTndKir is Winston.
FmsT Tho restoration of ?old and tllver
ai tbo hosts ol tbo currency, tho resumption
ot specie payments as soon as posslblo with
out disaster to tho buklncssof tho country,
by steadily opposing inflation and by the
payment of theuatlonal Indebtedness In the
money ot the civilized world.
Second Frco commerce ; no tnrllT for any
other purpose but rovenuo.
Third Individual liberty and oppotHlou
10 sumptuary laws.
FoifnTH Tho right and duty of tho
Stato to protect Its citizens from extortion
and unjust discrimination by chartered
Firm lllgld rostrlctlon ot tho govern,
tnent, both Stato and National, to tho legit"
(mate domain of political power by cxclud
lag therefrom all executive and legislative
interseddllng with tho affairs of Society
whereby monopolies are foidercd, prlvll
edged discs aggrandized, and iudlvldua
freedom unnecessarily and opprc!-icly
Tho following Contral Committee
was appointed by the Republican con
gressional convention that met a
Mound City, August 13, 1874 :
Alexandor county, O. W. JIcKesig ;
Jackson, Beet. L. Wiloy;
Jobnion, A. J. Aldon;
Massac, Henry Armstrong ;
rerrv, H, J. Parks;
rope II. I). Bakor ;
Pulaski, Qoorgo W. Mortr., Sr.;
lWndolph, D. H. McMasters;
Union, R. B Bttnson ;'
"Williamson, Milo Erwln.
Tho following Contral Committco
was appointed by (ho Jtcpublican con
vention ot tho Fiftieth ecnatorial dis
trict, held at Mound City, August IS
Aloxander county, K. K. "Walbridgo;
Jackson, Ezra B. l'ellolt;
Union, T. H. Phillips.
At tho Democratic congressional
convention, held at Anna, Soptombcr
3, 1874, tho following Central Com
mittco for the Eighteenth district was
ltandolpb, Bovorly "Wiltshire;
Terry, IS. U. Itusbor;
"Williamson, O. W. Ooddard j
Jackson, O, W. Androws;
Union, Hugh Androws ;
Johnson, I. N. Pierco ;
Massac, J. W. Thrift;
Pope, I. B. Fhld 5
Pulaski, Obod KJson ;
Alexander, John U. Oberly ;
At Large, Judge F. Brois, Cairo.
Tho following executive committco
for Union county was appointed by
tho Democratic county convention that
mot in Jonosboro, August 21, IS" I ;
Judge M. U. Crawford ;
). 11. Kroh ;
O. P. Hill.
Tho following Stato committco was
appointed by tho Democratic-Opposition
convention, at Springfield, August
1st District, Kgbcrt Jameson, Chicago
ad District, Wm, J. Onulian, Chicago
8d District, F. II. O. Winton, Chicago
4th District, A. M. Ilarrlngton.Gonova.
6th District, Wm. Wright. Froopoit.
Cth District, J. H. Drako, Itock Island.
7tU District, Ooo. W. llavons, Ottawa.
8th District, "Washington K. Cook,
Olh District Obs. P. King, l'oorln.
10th District, David K, llead, Cartbigo.
11th District, J. M. Bush, VittsUeld.
12th District, K L Merrltt. SprlnRtlold.
joiu umricv, jotin A. Mauory,uavaDa.
14th District, J II. Busby, Champaign.
16th District, H. O. Boblnson. l'Jng
ham. 16th DIttrict, O. I). Holies. Greenville.
17th District, W. H. Krome, F.dward,.
18th District, W. H. Oroon. Cairo,
10th District, James P. Itublnsou.oiney.
At Large, N. B. Mtllor, Cblcago.
At Large, It. W. Townsend, fchawnee
towit. At Large, Wm. Brown, Jacksonville.
bu. mom was elected clmirraan of
Tho lollowmg Central Committco
was appointed by tho Democratic con
vention of Alexander county, at Caiio,
August -Mt 1874:
Clear Creek, Tbomas J. McCluro.
Goose Island, O. Ureenloy.
Dog Tooth, N. Uuustcker.
Uazlewood, James K. ilcCritu,
Thebes, J. O. Rolwing.
Banta Fe, J. "W. Kenfrow.
Unitr, W. J. illliord.
North Cairo, .1 II Jletcalf.M Ii Harroll
X W Halllday and James Carroll. '
South Cairo, John II. Goitman, Join
Howl, John Hogan and Dr. D. Artor.
Tho following Central Committco
wm oppoinfedby lLo Dcmocratic-hil.
cral convention that met nt Anna,
September 1, 187-1, and nominated
candidates for tho legislature In tlio
Fiftieth Senatorial District :
Aloaandor, !) K Blake, J O Lynch.
Jachson, V Dlsboa, .loseph Oully.
Union, Oliver lllll, T il Forlno.
At Large, T F Bouton, of Union.
Tun revised statutes of the state of
Illinois are now ready for distribution.
The Key. Geo. F. Sr.Yiiouit has
written a letter accepting the bishop
rio oi the dioco30 of Illinois.
Gen. Green 13. Haum is suffering
from an attack of bilious fover, and
unable to fill his appointments to speak
in the ninotconth district.
Gov. Bevemimie has appointed as
delegates from this senatorial district,
toattend thccapitol removal convention
to bo held at Louisvillo, Messrs. D. V.
Munn, of Cairo, Mr. Inscorc, of Anna
and W. il . Allen, of Carbondalc.
The Normal University at Carbon
dalo was opened for the reception of
pupils on the seventh inst. (Juo hun
drcd and forty pupils aro now enrolled
and it is believed tho number will reach
two hundred for tho meson t term.
I Tho fohool coiiWut vl'a pilmary, titer-
Tin: Carmi Times, tho republican
papor of White county, asks: "Who is
tho reformer? Whiskey Dribing An
derson, Salary Steel Marshall, or God
1i H ll ,.r i kt .ia
jjicsi naunt. "uou jitcst nnutn is
good, yet tho General is confined to hi
bed by n fevor and Whisky Uribing
Anderson and Salary Steel Marshall
nro permitted to make considerable
political hay while tho sun tihiuci.
List of Patents issued from tho U.S
Patent Offico to Illinois Inventors, for
tho Week ending Sept. 8, 1374, and
each bearing that date. Furnished
this paper by Cox ii Cos, Solicitors of
Patents, Washington, D. C.
Tin Coated Steel Ucd Springs, L. C.
Hoyonton, Chicago ; Gas Regulator, H.
Brown, Chicago; Wagon lirako, C. V.
Itoald, Moliue ; Journal Hearing, P.F.
Moroy, Chicago; Contufuguo iMaohino,
A. I'. Van I'ohmhoit, Chicago ; Carlo
lio Acid Gas Gonorator, E. C. II. Hi!
derbrand, Chicago ; Mctallie Shoo Ileel,
M. II. Prescott, Ottawa ; Instrument
for Ringing Hogs, W. P. Brown, Lo
RoyjStovo Pipo Elbow, C. H. Castle,
Quiucy ; Sheathing for Buildings, R.
Colby, Frccport ; Firo Proof Column,
W. H. Drake, Chicago ; Gaug Plow,
M. Harrold,Wapolla ; Reclining Chair,
S. J. Leas, Rock Island ; Rein Holder,
J. Lowth, Chicago ; Clothes Wringer,
G. E. Pcok, Chicago ; Machiuo for Cut
ting Grass under Water, T. I'ipur,
Chicago ; Attachment to Steam Boilers
for Burning Naphta, II. Pratt, Chica
go; Washing Machino, J. Shoarcr, Al
leudalo; Nail Extractor, A. L. Steven
pon, Chicago ; Tuck Buckles and Hamo
Clamps, J. AVilcoxsou, 3Iorrisouville.
Third Asstistant Postmaster Gen
eral Barbour has finally succeeded in
perfecting a system of stamps of such
denomination as to apply to tho pay
ment of any number of pounds of news
paper postage from ono pound to ono
ton without tbo use of over four stamps.
The basis of tno system consists in tho
uso of stamps of two, three, four, six,
eight, nine, tcti and twolvo cents, which
amounts aro multiples of the two and
thrco cent rates or postage. Abovo
twolvo ccuts the Btamps will run in an
increasing ratio of twolvo until they
reach ninety-six inclusive, which will
bo tho greatest denomination of cent
stamps. The noxt abovo will ho tho 82
stamp. Tho romaitiitig dollar stamps
will bo tho 811, 0, 812, 821, 880 and
800. Thero will not bo to exceed
twenty-thrco denominations of stamps.
General Barbour is now engaged in
computing tho tables to bo printed for
tho uso of postmaster. Thoy will give
tho np-gregato postage and denomina
tions to bo employed in tho payment of
newspaper postago on every pound,
from ono pound to 2,000 pounds. Tho
tables inako upwards of 100 pages of
legal can paper. It is Uclioved by post-
ofiico officials that the vcvenuo from
tho newspaper postago under the new
system will npproximato 81,000,000
year. This is at a reduced rato
about one-halt tho present rate.
MATRIMONY AKD MOTHER?
A man will submit to much that is
uisacrocablo from his wife, bceauso j(
his uiroetion for her. whon ho will not
put up with tho dictations of her motler
in wiiom no can jeol only n romoto in-
furjibt . .flitl. ......... .1.: it.
v.vov , 11111; iuuiij lUlllgB II WHO
"mild readiiy pardon in her hubiud,
stem wwj nnparfonaWo to the
mother, who looks 'in a. ,,( r
irr . 1 1 m"n aunt
u uiuciciu Mauupoint. J t 1h .t nrottv
f afu rule to excludo her from th., 1 ns.
hold, if possible. 'oung marriNl peo-
Tho great secret of matrimonial hap-
I 11 v, JUUb to I) HUI V
some for self-disoiplitio and good in its
uueois upon mo other party. Ira gen
uine determination exists to put by a
folfiih indulgence, and took resolutely
to help each other in dm dnti which
bclotIR to each, to sharn nnli nther'fl
pleasures and to lighten one nnotbor's
burden?, there is an almost certain as-
suranco of felicity ; and if to this is
audcu an carnost ucsiro to perpetuate
tho affection which was tho whole stock
in trado nt tho beginning by continu
ally demonstrating its existence, thero
Will certainly be no alienation, and no
gradual separation in lecling and lite.
The best foundation lor love is n hearty
rc3pect, and this is possihlo only where
tho man and tho woman show that they
possess the W19I1 to cultivato thoso
higher qualities which cannot bo re
garded with any but feelings of ndmir
atiou. CARL SOITUUZ.
Ho Replies to General Emory's Pro
testation, and .Renews tho At
tack upon Marshal
Macok, Mo., Scntembor 23. Bonator
Scburx to duy nddrcsied n ninM meeting
turo cn s;nlo nnd nattonal uolitics.
and In tho course of bis sprcch inndo tliu
loiiowing reumtki on ttio correspondence
lietwoon Jlarslisl L'acknrd and Gencrsl
Kmory in Louisiana: "I notice Unit
General Kmory, with commondnblu spirit,
rjpeis meiuoi mai united ntstos troops
could bo uso 1 for political purposes. Ho
doubt ho tlct(r.bfs tbo seniiineuts of tho
uonctiaoiuior cortrocuy wiicu ho says
sticli nn attempt would ho resented by
them with Indignation. For tbls I honor
them. I should to tbo lait mnn to ct
nil,)' lur upon ibn l.onnmblo spirit find
rood faith of ibn ruo lodlr r. but I mil, mil
tht Oatioial liiiinry'i protest does not
moot llio onoo, IK) flsva in his lollur tn
iUr liul 1'r.ckard that ho docs not see
how Unitod Slates troupi can bo used for
political purposes, .lust tbero is '.be
trouble. I vonturo lo say that .Martbul
Packard, in his capacity as party man
ngor, does soo many
TlltHUS Wlllt tl QY.lt. KHOIIV CAMSOT bKE,
Just bccauio tho latter Is an linn oat soldier
and not a purty maiisgor. Cupipaign man
gcn ot tno Packard stump aro npt to see
many things which tho houestsoldler may
flud it dilllcult lo appreciaio. Vo rumam
bar the uso United tiwtostroopi wore put
to In tbo Kellogg usurpation In Id7A
I'jr weeks tbey bad to stand guard ovor
tbo Btntobouso while a Slato government
and Lfgislaturo wcro put In power, which
had not tno least uviJencn or an election
by tbo peoplo, but was ovlrtually created
vj nn act oi'ino
on tbo part of Judgo Durrell. Tho hon
est soldier may not havo scon the nutrago
ous diameter ot that proceeding, or if ho
may, Iwo been Indignant at It, but ho
simply had to ohcy orders. And who pro
cured thojo lamoutablo ordora? Tho par
ty managers in Louisiana, and among
them Marshal Packard. Thoy know how
to obtain orders for tho honest soldlcsthcn
nnd thoy may try again on tho same plau
sible pretext lo obtain orders fjr a kind,
red purposu now, which tho honest soldier
will havo to obey, indignation or no Indig
nation, or they may uso arguments thorn
solves. Tho soldior will havo to play a
part without being ahlo to seo through
thorn. I hope they will not be as success
full n) thoy woro in 1672, but however
that may bo, 1 lay again inasmuch as it is
ot tho highest lmportanco, that tbo poo
pie of Louisiana not only should bavo
A rAItt ELXOTIOW,
But also ho irado to fuel and bollove
that tbey havo ono. No man who was
un accompllco In the usurpation of 1872,
and who at this time is tbo manager of u
political party in tho pending election,
and especially of that party for whom
bent'lltlbo usurpation in 187-' was accom
plished, should have the least inlluonoe
ovor tbo riuplpymont of Unitod titutoi
troops in that election, because tush a
man cannot fnsplro confidence. But I go
farther. Wo learn through nil tho news
pupors that tbo oppononti of tho Kellogg
government, who but rocently, aftor a
successful revolution with to.uoO armed
mennttbolr command, dutifully bowed
down bsforo a corporal's cuird unlor tho
national flag, aod promptly submitted to
tho roiustallmont of Kellogg, havo toon
making nn honorable und luyul til'ort to
sccuro a fair election in tbolr conferences
with tho chlols or tho Kellogg party.
Tbey proposod that tbo returning uoard
should bo composed of two members from
uach party, and that tbo tlfth should be
dosignntod by tbo two pnrtlos togother, as
a sort of an umpire And I understood
tho opponents of Kollogg agreed that this
utnpiru ntl;bt bo taken from the Kepubll
cun ranks, providod ho had tho. character
of a fair and just man. Tbls was no can.
tious demand, for it is well known that in
Louisiana oloctlous aro apt to bo dccidod,
not by the peoplo who cast tho votes, but
by the party managors and their tools
who count nnd return tho votes. The
granting of such a request was therefore
not only proper, but nbsolutoly necessary
COXKIUKNCE AND U0O1) FEELIXO.
Kven many proinlnont rnon of tho Kol
logg party recognized thu evident iltno.s
of tho proposed arriiiigrnentj but, hi tho
newspapers inform us, thero was no man
opposing it to tho lust, oven against bis
party frioniis. Ono man who alernouily
inslslod ibat tho party managers nnd their
tools should koop llio power of 'counting
nnd returning thu votos, nnd thus decid
ing the election. That man was
Mr. Pitckuril is nn oillcar of tho national
government. As siic'j, and through ills
nstutants, hooxurciscs in Louisiana n groat
powor in tbo namo of tbo national govern
ment. He represents the authority, nnd
is supposed in n groat measuro to'repro
sunt the sentiments of theunlionnl govern
ment. And when such a federal oflicor at
the tamo tuuo plnya the part of parly man
ager in a atato, and stands up ns tbo prin
cipal und perhaps tlio only obstacle tu an
arrangement so nocescary for securing a
fair election, so eminently propor uml Just
that ovory talr-mlndod man would unbei
itatlngly accept it, so evidently conductive
to pcaco, order, good fooling nnd good gov
ernment, that ovoty friend of fair dealing
and doiuocrstlo Institutions nay, ovory
palriotio American will cordially up.
pkud It. Thon, such n man does not only
inspiro, but ho doos not deserve confldonco;
nnd it is fnc thn national government to
consider whether such u iun, asldo from
CO.NTIWI, Cf TftOOl'H Iff A UlNTEM'KIl ELKO
can la entrust-Al as tlio representative of
jnu nmuoniy oi mo imuonui government
in nny manner or sense nt all. It is of tho
uiguicsi lmportanco ttial now, moro than
ovor, the wholo peoplo of Louisiana bo In
spirit with now conlidcnco In tbo fairness.
Justice onO oood will of tho national Kov'
eminent. Ijut ihu rast performance mid
present nttltudo nf Mut.w.i im
clothed ua ho is with fVdornl authority'
and wlolhlng aomuch of tho fodoral powor!
Y urely calculated to create lutensu dis
trust, tMdofconfldencej retontmentin
jtoad of MloctVm. Tho condition of things
In Louisiana Is crltioal.nn,! n,i. ttu,i
btntea oillcorhas pt-rslstently stood in tho
way of a flr, Just and satisfactory solution
Sfm i0..mo,k7,0"tlM P"1 of tho pend.ng
dlfllCUltv. Ills Verv Oiutnnno .. lTli7l
Mates oiilcor, put tho Katlonal Govern
ment in a lleht in which. . t i.n,f.,n..
suceeat, for lis own banm .i,l
pubilo good, It cannot well afford to ap
pear. 1 aOIrm that what 1 say dooi not
spring from a spirit of factious fault Und
ine, nor do 1 spjak as an sdvocato of ono
nartv or the otbor, 1 havo declared my
self explicitly against tho admission of
tho riifbt orieir-noip oy lorce, uocauia 11
would produce a conumon pi naarciiy -
FATAL TO ltKI'UHLICA ijisniUTiosn,
and roust be repressed. 1 shall be the last
man to cncotirago the spirit of solf help
by firco in n republic y anyming 1 say ;
bat I tirotcit. on llio other hand, against
everything calculator! to provoko llio dan-
parous spl'il oy an unjusi 1110 01 power. 1
speak for the causo ot Justice, peace, fair
dealing, fraternal afoord and good govortr-
ment nil over tbo lanu; and in tno namo
of Justliio. peacc.'falr doallng. Iralornol ac
cord and pood government, I repeat what
1 said at Ht. Louli. 1 am suro mo wnoio
country would cordially applaud an order
trom tbo president relieving jiarsnal
Packaid of bit oiliclal duttos,
HOW A. IIKIDK OK FIFTKRN
YKAKS MUItDBUS IIKU imC'll-
Tho Uurksvilla (Ky.) Courier rclatis
tbo following reruarkablo story!
Ab'iut ono year ago, in Cumberland
county, uas anaclod oau of tho must hor
rible tragedies that ever nppallcd nn
enlightoned community, the account ol
tvhieh, if given in tho order of sequence,
will not only surpriio tho rcador ai every
step, but will astound him as the catas
trophe in which tho victim Is u desperado
and tbo murderer a uirllsh bride.
For tbo taki) of those of jur readers ,
who know little or nothing of the cssi, we
give tho facts ns wo gallured them trom
tho ploadings In tho Ilurksvillo circuit
court lost Saturday.
Oloj- nnJ jAirir Vulklni wore brotliart,
and, trom all llit wo con I.I lum, wcro
fenriois, reckicsr, dissipated and daogor
uuj moo. For nil this, they wcro not of a
family wnbh would usually be denomin
ated low. Thoy quarreled at almost every
moetlng; linaly threats woro uttered, and
Clay went over to Tennessee, it li claimed,
lo avoid a fatal result. During his ab
ac nco his brother married a girl of 16
summers, who was of a good family and
poscsscd a obarnctor simply spotlt-ss.
Only abmit throo daya nflcr Jasper's
marrlago Clay roturnod to Kentucky,
and, being under tho influence or whiskey,
said tu soino ono that ho was "going to
see Jasper, have a friendly chat, nnd shoot
It out with him." Truo tu his promise,
ho wont, ard on mooting his brother,
asked him for tho conference proposed.
Tho responio from Jaipor was, "aro you
armod?" day roplied, "I havo nothing
but a pockol knife. Havo you anything?''
Jasper uuswered: "1 havo arms, and
plonty to divldo with you." Tbo mother
of tbo angry men left lest iho should
witness violenco. Tlio onraged Clay ad
vanced upon his brothor, and Jasper and
his bride went up stairs, whenoe, poislbly,
a tatat shot, taking etfect In ('iay'a back,
brought him to the ground. Who did
this, llio dying man aecrned not to know,
for whan asked afterward who shot him,
bo said, 'I reckon brother did, but 1
thought him too bravo to sly on mo.'
Xcxl mornlni; thu wounded rnitn was
taken to tho house of Mr. Martin, wbero
ha was vlstod and carod for by his friends.
Hero his hopolosa condition was deplored
by himself; horo his dying dsclara
liona wero made: but tho most feartul
scono was yet to bo witnessed,
A day or two later, tbo noble Jasper
and his gonorous young wife go lo see the
unfortunate brother, and proposos to min
ister to blm. All wot with tbo morning
dow, tbo brido stands by tho door in thu
sick man's room, her husband nmr her,
but on tho outside. Tho mother of Clay
Watkins stands by his bedildo attempting
to fead him, as tho unlrnpeacbod witness
to those facts ontored tbo room. Now Jas
per Wntkins enters tho voom, calls his
mother from tho bedsido, aaying, 'A word
wllh ynu, mother., Clay turns his face to
tho pillow, closing his eyes as hta motbor
walks nway with bar back to Ului, nuj t
this moment tbo tender brido of Jasper
advances to tho bed, and drawing a pistol
which bad been concealed undor un over
skirt, shoots nut tbo heart and immediately
ends the careor of her victim. 'U, why
did you do that, Alary'1 was tho hypocri
tical Interrogation of'.Iasper, to which the
propor answer would havo bcon, because
you urged me to do so.
From tho tlmo of tho commission of tho
crime till the beginning of lha llanksville
Circuit Court, the murderers woro hold
for safe keoninr; In thn Cumberland countv
jail, a joyless honeymoon, Indeod,
During tlio trial tbe young woman, who
would aoora to ho in a stato of norvous de
bility, was borno to and from tbe court
bouse on a loungo which she occupied.
TOO jury was unable to icreaon a ver
dict at tho closo of tbo argumont, and tho
meruorers warn held over for futher trial,
A "WOMAN WITHOUT 110NE3.
Tho social developments across the wa
ter show a lamenia'blo atato oi effafra duo
apparontly to no other causo than a doll
coney of backbone in ona or two individ
uals. When such disastrous consequences
proceed from tbo wenkuntni; of a Dirt
uniy oi mo numuri iramowork, wo sin
cerely trust that thero may be no aproad
Ing of the disease Intoly dovolopod ncrosi
iuu ucuuti m wiu jiorsoii oi an irisn wo.
man, whojlivod to seo her tntlro skeltton
wasto away untlll it was but n fourth part
as uunvjr ag n uuw uorn l)HUO.
The causo occurrod in Dublin
. n .,
truly bo called extrnordimirv.
tim. forty tlvo yours old, was a patient In
an insane asylum. For flvo years tho
was confined to her bed, complaining of
no pain, but gradually bcooming weakor,
while dwindling In stature, untlll sho lo-t
half hor bight.
Asthodeseaso progressed, bur limbs
woro coiled up in overy possibio ebape,
tbo bones becoming exlremolv llht. soft.
frngllo and atrophied in overy respect,
Al uoalo, all lliat romainod of hor skele
ton, lncludinc tho skull. wolekoJ two
pounds arid a half. Tho number of frac
tures was prodigious, Tho ribs wero in a
hundrod fragments. Tho hoid ot the hu
meroua was bent J the llblum wero curred ;
tho thigh bones and pelvis wcro huddlod
t)getlier; the bones of tbe vortebnu wero
t tinned and worn away across tho front
of hor body j tho lonorjaw was atrophlod
and brokon into threo jnscos ; the baso of
tho skull was criblorm all through, Had
sho lived a littlo longer, It was thought
that not a vostigo oi a bono would have
toon Jofi in her bod v. What ailed hor
no ono could toll, tho dlieaso doing almost
unheard of nnd dlflicultto diagnose, treat
or evon name. Profossor It. W. Smith,
of Dublin University, wbo brought tho
i cao Loforo tho Patholocical Kacultv.
looked upon tho condition of tho bones
not ns a di'easo but as a manlfnitatlon of
a diseased condition ns yot unknown, pos
sihly rolatod to rlckota.
Box and Basket Co
1' AM, KINDS, HAIID AND SOIT,
ICccp constantly on bund
Mill and Vard X Con,3,4t,i Strcot
S una Ohio Lovco.
J M. PHILLIPS
V 1 1 a n e a o at P no i'ltir.To it.
Prcproparcd to forward all kinds of
freight to all point..
gjTIltnlucss attended to promptly.
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Ac.
ISTI will fell In carload lots at inanufai
turcra price?, adding freight.
COFFHY, HARRISON & CO..
(Successor lo 1), Uurd & Hon,)
ri.oi'rv;uAiN ami iiat.
No 113 Ohio l.vio, OA 1 HQ, 1 LLH
Wood Rittonliouso & Both or
GE.NiuiAii Commission Mkiiuhant,
1M Ohio Levee, Cairo.
.. D. .Muthum
K. O. u-
MATHU5S & UHL,
Forwarding t (icncrai
FLOUIt, GRAIN', HAY AND
Ohio Levee, - Caiiio. Ii.t.s
ii. a. Tnomi i,, j), Thorm
TUOMH k HROTIIRR,
Succcnoira to U. M.Uulen,
'JOM MISSION ME HCHAHTS, BKOKEIt
i-nn ustAi.kT.s in
Hlnplft nuA Vnnny (irocerlet,
Koroln knil f)omeitlo
IE! Cnnmorclal Avenue,
NEW i-OUlt m'OAK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAB0KT VABISTT STOCK Ilf TUn O
OOOD8 HOLD ViiHY OLOHB.
Jirnrrr Mtne(ea(ti trftniit an
. O. l'ATJKK
MILLER & PARKER,
FORWARDING MERCH S.
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAi'.Ac.
Agents for Fairhank Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
itcctlllpr nnd Wholesalo Dealer I
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LIQUOltS AND WINJ5S
.voj (ii, omo li:vi:i:,
UA1IU), .... iiLS
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Succestor to John II. Pblllin,)
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS
.MEAL, BRAN, Ac,
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powder Company.
COIt. TL'N'TII ST..V OIIIOLKVr.K,
AYERS & CO.,
IP Tl O TJ' B
QEHEH M COMMISSION MEUOIUNTS
Mo. 7H LvxB,Onto(Aiiin, Ills.
. straiton. 'p. lllrd
STRATTON & BIRD
Agents American Powder Company
ar ohjo xsrui:. otxo.
R. SMYTH & CO.
LIQUOR I) K AL ER
No. UO Ohio Levee,
Jobbers and Retailers of
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, lirusln
Toilctt Articles, Wruccist's
Lend and Other Grades,
Window Glass, AVax Flower Material, Ttbo Colors, Dl
htllllS, J'JtC., J!,tC., Jitc.
Wo Solicit correspondence and orders
Inwiinlot (lood.lnour l.lno. Ktcamhoat.
naiu ur iiuiiueu m.ii iicuauio lru'. al Jicasonaoio linos'
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
I Ohio Levee.
VEGETABLE VQRM SYRUP
Alr:inm.iiimiy Mtfferpaln, hui Inlli 'to
tijiou hlmicir, huroul : ,nt ho
CANNOT SKK HIS CHILI) si:n'i:i
Tlirro I. Ue otlicr milady, Im-I'lvnt U child
hood, that l accomnaiilt d l mora liiilu
ncrlhuhlu urcti licdncn of the iittic Miffcrcr
PRODUCED 3Y WORMS;
and M the pirent f tally midiT.-tniiJ the
kltUHtion he will lint tli'Uy :i mnmrnt In ro
curiiir uio iiKi.i prnnipi ami riiii'ivni rf in
Hex to In-nro tin: iiulloii ol tin' intruder?
i no remi'iiy may no lounu tn
1)11. KOGKP.S VKOKTAiil.i. WOUSl
L'jKitn iMHtr In iitlml Hi,. I
nooi.-ns' woii.M svitri'
l llio rillli j.r.-pai ii.
ltOQi:iS WOIt.M SVIil'I'
m palpalrc prcp.ir.itiuii
uuuiit.- w uitJl n 1 11L 1'
H liked hy Hie ihildren.
poimoiy (ioitro worms
uoai:its' woiiM svi:ui
leave- nn b,i i.ffrct
HO C K H S' WORM SYJIUI
s uiBiity rrcoinmen.led )y pliy-U-iunn ami
Is uinjueMloiubly the hi-.t -worm medicine
u tssv si ill,
I'rico'.'jctiiU. i'oralol. ull dnigjlt.
JOHN F. HI.'.NilY, CLIiiiAN ,K Co.,
s ami u I'oiipjre I'lucc, jfew York.
HALL'S PATENT HUSKING GLOVES
VKItY (illllATI.Y IMI'ltOVKD In lorm
' of thu l nv, and thu moro complcto
Milchliiir nf thu part Mlblect to war, ly
uiPtal phiti'i, nmliiijr them wear FtVK
1IJW S AH I.U.VIl. UIKI ll.l I lit wnrl.- rnalnr uml
cailcr than any other hiikir. Jladu of tliu
VI' 11- li.t .inll lonll
ami led handed, fcamtilcn sent prepaid on
receipt ot lirlca. Ha f L'hiven. full
KMUfn, ti.iupBr pair, l.lljerai discount In
piumiuc. voiirmerohiint, or nddresi
uaijl, in Nivi.Mi ui.ovi; CO .
ia us effectual a remedy
FOR FEVER & AGUE
m tho Sulpimte Iti Ilia tamo iIoki, while ll itfftrtt
..... ,.. ,r. is iuu,u 1'aiaiauiuaiiii riurn Cftfr.
Hfnct for iloncrlpllto Circular with 7V(fmmial
if l'hyalriimt from nil parln of tlio country.
fly"K.imritfl Iiarkn"tH fir rl.al. 'A ro.it.
Vrtpire.1 l y llH.I,IN(ia. ( :.A1T t I'O., ila'iiufjc.
uiiiiK v.iWJliJH., JIUBIUII, A1BU.
$1,000 VEll WEEK
I "V,"0 1,n' Km:ir' I,UI11 ean
Keep his hu-liie.s to hlmell'. Addri",i
l. I . lli;il31A..N, Jlobuken, .N..I.
A Wi:i:if Kiiarautecd to Malo nnd
i cnmiu akoiih ill llielr locality.
OOHH llutlll ISir to trv 11. I'nrli,.n.
i!m'".i''?'L". l rl.ln,i,ill.ai .rliU.c nli.FAl
D.IArtDl (.1.111.1. .Ill 1 rh.. T..m IHl
Muiiiei.rrunCo.,SJlIlroljr,h1w Ml (Ld
AGENTS WANTED ,5
.MO.VOI'OMi:s ANII THU l i:OI'l,h.
ICvei-y (IrMiii.'iT u'.'inu ii. It U nH"ii'ii
"mi ui-miiiin. .iiuret-i. ior icnn. uii-tir.
.II ATIVi: l'l II. CO.. riuclnnat!. t. LonU
I' MlMMtillf, Jowh.
1 u L n U ill rjl irrnphln.f, nnd talto mil.
" "ii " iiiilb H ijicii wo urn liirnMilmr
ilth opcrntorH, nt hulai v from Slio in ftimi
s-eiiii nir eireuiam. Aililrr.i.
v w . I... . ......... -
Htteot, between Washlnifton
Fnncv Gooda, Collier AVhil
Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnialul
from Driiy'l't'i l'hysIeUtm and (lencral Stol
l'linutlon ami Kauilly Jlcdlclnc cases lul
RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION,
Washington Arc. cor. Eighth
Sotliit ou Mllr ct It all back in
Heal and Solid Comfort!
Hy Investing It ono of our now ptn
Famous for stung out a Wonderful
AT Ii SMALL 1F1
Simple in CoiiHtrticlloii,
Carclul'.j JIkio of Very Ilest.Mtcrial,
Always Int l'lrt.-lt.ito JJrnlt, an
Csiraatced is &i73 Sitiifuiisi. Ewryrt
And Under all Circumstances.
Excelsior Blan'fg Cd
til'J S: till N. MAIN STKKLT.,
nr. MiuiN, nn.
..". R.....1. .ii. nvm .liu UU(ill I1J
MiB III reiltlUfetcd III llllilriianr.ll. IMnr-i. ...
a trial bottlo ot medlelno will bu forwiinb
'jy exnreK. Fiuxi
Or. rrieo Un lnvnlnr Tiltvlnln,i nmf
made the treatment of
i'its on i:i'ili:i'sy
IllUdy for VCarH. mid lin will warrant 1
euro, by tho uso of his remedy.
Do not fall to tend to lilni for trial bottli
I coita nothing, and ho !
iv in, ir i: r v,
no matter of h"W low; nlanaini; your cis
. ' '" uiuu. rcmeilU'j rani
Clrcul.irH and tcitlmoulaN cnt with
IT.i;i: TllIAL HOTTLL.
nn. on as. t. vmvr, !
J. Q. HARMAN &. CO.
i f ANJ I
him ht lid
And Land Atreuts ot tho Illinois Central and
JlmllDgt'cti aud Jllbbourl 11. it. Cos,
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Loveo,
' CAIROi ILLS.