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"TruTNOVI-.HIIl.lS 21. Wl
JOHN HiODTOLY, JMitor,
THE DAILY M-LLKTIN.
wi't MowUy) 1 nUln tliilMlnS,
iwt Vhlnplnn nvrimr mi't TmiIMi lrm
Tiik Huiunuf In Ktrnl to ry .wWill-rOnr
MU,mllv Ily Mall, (In .H... M-t
innnm. lv mnitl... Wl'lhtw """' M M,J''
month t ? "''
THE M-EEKLV BULMSTLV.
I'iiWJ.IhvI ririy Thnr-lAy mnriiliiRoi l A,
prr Milium lnvri.il.ly in (I'JTiinrr. Hm -Mr"
on OwWriVly will I- irrM nt llil ",
Itiat .uhwrllr vlt i.t.inln it fr a knWrli.ll.m
JitlCM Of l yiv.
ADVERTISING TXATF.B.
Iixll. .
HnfnKb CmiL, rtintiiii,
due i).uirc, tnr Inaction,...
On quin, tiro Inwrtlnns
On qtiAir, onextrrL
One nquarr, two wck
Our iunre, thrri' xvii'V
Otitr Kurr, o.ir mmtli, .........
i.(.,,V,.1't I"'
- .. 1 l
... 1 M
i yi
...... i i
,..a... to
Unit In- w tllguH't1 lij the notion nl
the (ion- nu n xxl.n nmin",''l ,',,l'
(,'iiiroll tli ki't from tin' miIU. On tlio
ti1lit or tlicjollllisttloi. In llil 'iiy, dipt.
Iliiiiilili lon tolil in llml Mr. I'otlt'i- hint
llllj.'ll III!' Pl'IIHH'IHl HI"'"!! tlll'k liy
imultifr oirtinii' lli'ki'N tinui tlii'in, it i id
iiMliii'ti,i u to Im; Mr. 1'iitli'i- ln'11.
Tli;it l llir xxnnl t In- i'!iitnlii iifil. mill In
tllllt l-IIIIIH l'llllll it Wll II MT 50(m1 XXIHll.
Otlicr Dciiioi nil- from l'nlnM li.'ixr uUo
i-xiut'i-itltii ti llii'lr Inilljrimtloii i.t Mr.
I'ottcr'x fiiiiilnct. Hi" fil.niitloii ol'
wlilrli m.'i.v lw fi'iin'l l tin llii'l tliut lie
wiiiiiilni to ililmt tin-Ui'iiioi'mi'j-, mill
woiki'il wltli nlilllly to Hint t'liil. Hut wi-mi-
iiiritlM'il lli.it tin- Dcinocnil" ol Pit-
)'riiilttci liini to Iimvc thliiK" mi
lilmwil wiiv. lie I'tlili'lllly till' Ho-,
mill wlilrli xxtiy In- li'iuU ttn-y nnt-kly fol
low.
I'm: hciiioi'inl" III Ali'MUiili'r worked
tmlilx mid iiiromIMifil imii'li. mid t-
llilp' Hie ,h,iomU ' i eotirx' llll'lieii iiiem
to piiiler elliirl tlimi tliey otlierwUe
umilil liuxr Hindi'. We would not lie
.iniiil.ril If ll did. Then they hud II
l,lnej.nr, lllld the Hi." he li'pn-eliteil. to
In. In thein. Not eerv PolllltV Wil o
I'nrtiiliate i to hiiVe n leiidhl". Illllllen
Hal llepiihllemi to lend oil' In the eoiire
Mr. I.lnejrnr piirueii. . i ny .
Hill,
The i'ul..'.i- of Thr Journal lllld I. olllln
to do with the re.iill of the eleetlon In
till- I'oimtx iiotlilnj.' wluileier. Xnr
li.nl .Mr." MietMiir iiN.vmllur to lln Willi
lli.it reull. It win llilnlly whNpeii'il li
liire the eleetlon Hint Mr. I.lnenr wn-
"nil rl'ht," hut -o femllll wei-e hl
friend that till- llicl inlhl he iiinde puh
He, we were i'eiiieteil, when It wn- illi
noiineeil that he would make n puhlie
-peeeh. to hint. If not Miy. that he In
tended to make n Uepuhllemi h'it!i ;
and when he did iunk. nltluiU"h the
matter of Hie -peeeli win "ood, Mr.
I.lnear did not a-ert th.it he Inteniled
w k k t. V .
one i"iiiiirc, one incttlini, 1 i)
F.nrli iubsoriiriit In-rrllnii - W
t3Oni" lnrli I n iMix'.
KJToriilnrB'UnllHTt. weonvr-mictlorln-iluotmcnU,
liolli n to nit! f rlmrcrf mvl nwu-w-r
of JUplRylns thflr f.ivor.
53-Si.tlrr In luwil onluinn Inn rlnl for Tlf-
tt- it Ctnti jut tlim tr one In-ullnn. Twi-nt
Cnt a line for two inrrtlnn. TwMily-VlM-
Crnt" Htm fur tint lnfrtlon, Tliliiy-Kii'
irtiU a lino for oiip wffk, iiml snctit r'ho
LoiUa line foroiK1 innnlli,
Oomtnunicntlons upon BUbjecU of (ten-
nil lntprfit to the public Hollclttd.
rreet romhiet we lire iijiui" iMinp
without wImIoiii. tiikhiKall tin-Rimy it
omvelve- mid pa.-lm: the Mheml- mid
liefoiiner- hy with a palrnulint-' nlr.
I'hl, will neer do. mid the Deiuoemllc
inemhi f ol the Heiiend A-enil.h -houlil
have till- hiipoiliint faet Inipi. H
their reJoieh.(c mllid. Tin v nmM he 111-
lormed Hint If they attempt tollikeeNer
thin they will et tiolhltifr. mill li"1'1'1
have nolhln-:. The lleimhllemnmewl-e
unto their own ilvuttmi. mid If the I ''-
. .1 ,1,1 aluiutil.'r lllioll Hl
oenji mi ii n -
IndeiMmdent- ih-y will ml." ml.-M- -
,.lniru,r. .Wiil.v tl.el.'epill.ll.nnlilend.
l Mr. iillom mi' Hlteniptliu: to
H. r him the SH'..ker.hlp. mid winprooa-
I. lvilo-ohv JlMliV'tl"' li'd. pendenl-the
l'H..ldeilivof the Semite, If the l,-
onit- iillempl to-eenreholhlhat po-llliin
mid the Sp.nKer-hlp for Ihelil-elvr-.
In lew ot all tm"c eou-ldenitioii- we
helli'M'tlK! Oemoenit- .honldninit de Hie
I're-ldelieyol the Senate to the Imlepend-
, nts who will not then -m-'ly retu-e the
SpetlUetMllp lo the I lellioeml-. "
Hierefore.-uj.')je-t. that Hon. Samuel M.
ll:i..fiwil. of .lohn-on eoiinly. -eiialor
,.1,.,-t trout the FUly-tlr-t dl-lrlet.-lioiild
I . I.I ' III.! '"
iniiimerr wfl.viv.fffiyortiie p...inou.
iiliiMlieliict that he I- mi InilepellUelll
Itel'otiner -houlil not deterlhe Heiuoei-.it-
froiii -upporlill llllil. He Wll- eleetid
over the liepuiilleiiu illliiniiaie, in n
-trnnj.'ly Ki'imlillemi dl-tiiet. mid ha-
tlirued hi- haek upon that parly, lie
..111. ...I lit. tin.. I.,. iinll hlm-elf lo Ik'
. to vole nj;nln-t the liepuhliemi party.
eaptureil will. m. in- num........ - M,. ,mt tlwrt-loif. hud oil' In m.v
the Hellloeral-. mid he lled eoilr-e. null eon-eiplelitly nohody fol
lowed him. Mr. I'liilll- did more tlimi
my other peivoi'i to defetil Mr. Ciemellt
mil Mer-. W'iekwire. .Iiiek Winter,
ruining-, mid other liepuhliemi-, merit
pral-e for tlu-lr etlort In the eanxa
Honor to whom honor U due.
! hv
hv them, hut lu: I- wtllinjr lo meet them
nil all other opponent, of Kepuhllnin
nil-rule upon term- of perfect equality.
Hi: 1. the man for the hour, mid lii el.-e-
tioil a- I're-Ident of the tH!linte
wi.nlil ilo iniii-i! tlinn iniv other -Inirle net
we em. tlih.U of to eou-olldate the i.o
lllon party of lllliiol-.
Uehae -aid that Mr. (lla-ford I- in
exerv wnv Miltliv ot tlie lio-llliill ir
wlileh we have "named him. lie 1
liiiim.l. he U iiionh e. and lie i- nil
. .. ..n it...
eiicmv of l.aller-lay i.auieaii-ui
l.'ntll ii i-ently In- wa-a Itepuhllomi. de-
A Wllllll Wi l li ('.MltlUTi:.''
A i.'iirre-pomleul of the I'lilro (u:ettr
attnek- ll- fur the i-riuie of hellevill that
Mr-. Miller. Hie pretended "-plritual me
dium." wa-expo-.-il nt l.oui-lana. Ml-
-i.i.ri.hy iH'iuv'eiiiil.t hi Hi. -net of rlnpii-r
Im-II--he prole ed were ruiitr In -plrit
Tin' report of the expo-lire wa- ailthen
Hinted hv the -i;rnatun- of reputahl
ltlen-; mid we are -lire it w:i- trm
We know thai thete me '
.i i.i .,, h' ee M'i
limit"!' i' "re- " . ii, .,1
In M.lrltiulUni. II..I we me compelled
II... itll V
... ..... il,..i Mr. rim.e - ii' " "'"'
" ' ... . . i....
hamplonof till' new lelljsloli w n im
..... .... ..1..I.,..,.,... ..!,! Iheorle-. It l
'llir- ll'll-HIII-MIHI,.
in. i Hi:.: loo iiiaiix -pini' W""'
ihroiiLdi ieilluin-. h.-iilion-ly prop.iime
i ii.thur lili-a lh.it loe -houlil he
' . . .1 ,.l'
In e. Tho.e wlio nlli inn o
Mr-. II.JIKIn tVI -ll. ami ll-teniu w
the onitiou- of Mini Nolan." the lainl
n... -..irit of that medium, eaniiot truth-
IMllV dellV tilt-. len-elte.l.llllepl.Vto
ii ii'ie-lioii hy .liid3' III.'-, that If !'""
i.... nr (line ir I1M' Wive- ill urn
worl.l.whenilieheritiedhu-l.and ia.-ed
. 1.1 . ..!.... I
over lo the oilier -Ule. "f eoiu.i rv, ,
iVoni iiiiiohl'I.I former earthly the
one Ih.ll plei-ed him IlK'-t "I". W't
mlHi.LM'llheL tnlu it lake a an eternal
eomnalilon, my other leliiale pllil lie
had mi alllnlli for. and who wu- willing
to aeeept hi- jrio-lly hue. "Hete." -aid
N'olau. '-ileli natter- are regulated by
nlllnlt v." Thh I-ol lhee-em eof rn
l.oM'.'nuil If It l good doetrl lie beyond
the ton. It. "awi V over oinler III the bet
ter land." In a l.wlier -tale of i-.l-teii.v
than thl. worldlx -.i.e. will U It not good
doetrlne here? II, when a man U out of
hi. bod he max .icae lo the un
bodied woman who plea-"- him ino-t,
jmn Meil -he I- wllliig. what nbjeetton
inn then' he to nt-inliijr .Mr. i;nii--
trine, that a man In the ll.-b limilil
ave the ri'dil to neeeiit a hi-companion
in life a woman In the il"l. thai plea-e.
him. mid lle with her no '.onger that, lit-
lellght In her eoutlnue-V We eunnot -ee
inv tlltl'ercnci' iH'twien the teaehlng- ol
.tin. Nolan " and Hio-e of Wnrnti
ha-e, e.Me.it that Mr. Cha-e makes
irthlv sipplieatlon of lii- iloetrlue-, and
.Mr. Nolan -pin- hi diettine- line and
i.plie. them only to the -plritual llle,
We would ndvi-e tin good people who
are running afl.-r the tiiodern -ilper-li-
Hon- to -toi for a moment mid eon-lder
the eou-eqilriii'- of their re ollltlouary
uiiwemeut-. They i.ie wandering Into
lamieinu- p.iih-. and mav -tuiuhle into
pitfall- befoie they atvaware.
lliiri rill. in..
IKniin llii'l alriiliii.ll.'.l
111 l W.M'f.H.
Ilavhi": ean fiillv -tudieil the nnall-
of our drive well water, we give It a- our
i.rofe ioual oplulmi that It 1-a .plenum
u l, in sioiti;.
MI.M'IX IIOM.II1,
KSTAULISHKU 1H(I0.
i.i.ii,.. im,.r...t-of that nartv. and " me .Miller, m their i.eii.nngiu(
'vf" - i i i i . i
, , , , . . I M.Ih, illlll Kliun llli- an- lllllHi-irr..
to-ilav w I not -urreuder In- lndepei.il-1 , , , , . , . . 1 ....
1 1 Onlv people who are led by super-tlllon
eni e to obtain any po-ltlon. Tlie nui-tiT 1 ,.,,),! i. 1,,,1,,1'f.l to bellex'c the .Miller-
of a lliou-anil iier.-, a lender of the great anything tint fraud-.
ii-'ricultural moxeinent agaln-t niouoi-J The eorre-pon dent -ay. our a ertlon
i .i i i.i i ........ ,.i- I'. ,,11, -ill. in that .Mr-. Hull I- not n go-between the
oil", the deelil. il eue.n.x ol Itiuin .lii-m., -
, -pint- mid hiimauitx xva- baeil upon no
I ""1- '""' ,m- ",',l"iu- niet. Tin. eorre-po.Hlent I- tni-tnken.
of the'enator-i who me the balnmn ot Our :iertlon wa- h.i-d tition faets that
power In the -enale. hi- friend, em. with can be ej-lablli-hi'd by lndl-putablu exi
eiinlldenee urge thai with hi- record ami denee; and It I- not deni.d that after our
lion prove, that the U..p..hlleau parts K wltliou. pledge-he -bou,., hee.eete.. . re-- .
ldentoftbeSel.ale. In IS-Je.ialor I e.rell ; , , ,
ilefenl.d .Mr. I 'in II. Hie nm-t popular ,()t m.k ft.n)1 ,.r.oll., (),M.rviitiou. hut
Denioerat liilil- ill-triet. hy ii large nia- only beeau-e we were denied the priv-
iiii inker, n .me cur r tin'
crowd-.' mid tor that tno-t minoxing ol
all Hilling ailment., the lautntllcal
I ullli tin. 1'iillv of mix
plant of the polvpctiilou. ilivl-loli, It will
-o forllfv the .vtein. of l'epublicm.
voter.- n.'to itill-e them to endure, with a
patience amounting to Chrl-tlan n-lgna-
!. tY.t .1. .. ... .1 Ill .
linn, tile oxerxviieiimiiK nen'iii i"' .
rcalle two xenr. hence. It I- ralher
hard, howexer. on the eateeulap-u- ol
the nil.cou- u.cli.bnilie.
J.'-All li Urn utinuM l' iuMir-l 10
.KIIIS II. OliniEI.V.
l'n.Mi'iit Odro liulUlln ' onifinv
i on i'iii.siir. i or i iir. sr.x.vn
iu.svMn.i. m oi...roiii
The election of Mr. Utter to the olllec
of State Superintendent of Public In-true-
ln the nihiority in thl- State, anil the dc
lent of.Ur. rnrroll, DeliiiM-nil. and of Mr
liore,' Independent Iteformcr, emidlilale-
tor the olllec of Slnle Triii-urer. proxe-
that, If theclcctor-i oppo-ed to the lie-
publican p.irly atv dixidiil at Hie polN.
that iiarty will continue In power, ll will
appear from thl -talcn.eut, that, in our
opinion, the political problem to bi'Hilved
before the next important election I- how
to consolidate the element- oppo-ed to
HepubllcauKu. Into one party.
We have no doubt that a long -lep in
the direction of thN nece--ary union of
the oppo-ltlon element, might he taken
nt Spriugllcld thl winter, and will be If
the Democratic tueinbciv of the (ieneral
i
AR'inbly act wi-ely. In both the -euate
and liou-e the Independent lieformer-
hold the balance of power. They repre
sent u powerful element In the Stale, an
element n- t.iucl. opposed to tlte licpub
lican party u. the Democrat- are. On
nioht of the great political U-ui- the In
ilejH'tiiletlt lielbniiev inv hi -ympalhy
with the Democrat-. A- ll.ey go, -it
jrfM.' the Slate.
N ekiioxs lioxv. iiiitural ll 1- hi llen.iw
ratfc who arc enjoying the pleu-uri-ot the
llr-t leinrv nchleviil over ISadleiill-m
In main vinr- toeherlh the fluid belief
that the future I- m ciiit. that out ol thl
bud of triumph xxill bloom the Mower of
perfect victory. In thi- congratulatory
mood. It 1- not Mirpri-lng that Deiuo
erutle M'nator are n-plring to the Pre-I-dency
of the Senate, that I viiiocnitle
repretftotixe are i.-pirlngtotlu) Spw.k-pr-hlp.
thji Dcmocrate' pollHelan- me
lamoiingfor'idl tb" el.rtlxe olli.o. of
both liou-e. the cotnillltlee elerk-hlp-,
anil all the tlt-bit- In the olllelal
lle-h pols. Doing till they
.....,....1 il,0 IiiihiM'l.deul lb-
LlJIHJ I
lorm enator. and rcpr. ilatlves
wlihoui who-c Mipport they inn
ni,t hut..' to obtain any olllce. to -tnnd
buek llkn iiiMxl Mirvant", waiting until
thev ure called to obey the ord.tr -f lb
uiMler. Tl.U K the linolent spirit 111
wbltl(w)Di mtM!ratk conducted oun-elxerf
frbm the lime xve were' put out of pow er
until we, wlmUtixl It. lbili thai we could
not succeed wtlliout the Mipport ol Hi"
Liberal Ilepublleain., which -upirl we
uwcptiMl In u manner that -aid ii plalnl.x
us xvoriU could : "We it-..' you noxv be-oau-e
wi) mu't; xvlien ynil.jiaye -l ived
our purpo-ii we will kick you
In revenge for the neeo-slty that
eomiH'U up to u-k for your M.pporU"
And now lu niccum u litieoe-" that I.
brilliant 111 appearance but that ram he
jorliy. Thl- .xenr Mr. Ia ford ilcfeaied
Senator rcrrcll In the -aiue dl-triet hy a
ilecliled mnjoiily. lu 17J Mr. I'errell".
imijorily In .Inhii-ou. Mr. ilalord'
eouniy. wa- .Mm!: thl. year (HuMord'.
majoiity in thl- county xxa- IMi. and thl
xwmilcrful cliauge wa- mail.. In n lotal
vole of c. than I.MKJ. More than IbL,
he carried llnrilhi. Mr. Pen ell", own
county, and rexolnlioiilid Pope
mid Ma nc countie-. -trong-holil-
of liepuhlletinl-iu. Nouihiale.1
without -eeklllg the iioliilliatlou. the peo
ple e.nlor-ed the lioliilnallol. a- a wl-e
one. Ileba-. we therefore contldelilly
ll ert. the conllil.'lic" of the p-ople ol
Milllhri u lllluo..nnd 111. elexiillou I" Il''
Pre-lile.iey of the Senate would be a
compliment o tlil p.u t of Hie Mule that
It would appreciate and be thankful lor.
Southern Illluol. I. too often left out In
the cold. It may now be taken Into ihe
lu.ii-e and made comfortable.
Therefore, a- a n.en.i- ol con-ollilallng
the oppo-ltlon to liiiillmili-u. In
lllliiol- iw 11 proper couee--loli to the
Iiidi'lx'iiiU'.it lieformer. a- a .oinpll
mellt lo iiiillieru lllliiol-, that ba a
right to expect -01111' eou-Iilenilloii illlll
for the purpo I obtulniug n good man
for Ihe Pri-lilency of the N'ui.le. we havi
thu- ug"eieil Hon. Siimucl M. (.''la-
ford for that po-ltiou.
Klxen-uauie of Hie A i knn-ii. Sinltb
Voluev VollHlre: 1'lnchus what
.... . .... i k.'...i.i. ...
name: xx nai ng.u oa mi) n m
iniv other given name ihai. .lohu r
Hun. IIohaiio .si;x.xiniii ilcellne. to be
a candidate lor the I lilted Suite. Scunlo.
lie once declined to lieu euuillilulc lor
the prii-lileiiey, hut hi- declination wa
nt' no avail. He wii. lorceil, inn. max in
Til.: Mound I'lty Juunutl -ay-the gain
In Piilakl county were all that ao.xboili
I'XIM'i-uil. I hi-1-true. I'. very hmi who
paid any attention lo the .Moumi i uy
jMintul xva- -ure it xvu- jilaylng Into the
hand, of the ItcpuWIcan parly. That l
whal It wa. Mug. and that 1.
xxhat Ii did do ver ell'eciually. If -Mr.
( icinuliti could bale hail n Deuineiatle
liege,
We ilo not xxi-h to be understood a
raying, that all medium- are cheat-. We
don't know that they ure. Hut we can
not be Induced to believe that any woman
or miy man ha" eouunmilcnllun with the
spirit- of the other world, becau-e thl- or
that man or woman -ays he or -he has.
Thl. Is a .-omcHihig that uiu-t Ik' proved
to in by the n.o-t Irrefutable evidence.
"Calrolte" may believe what he plcn-c;
hut xxe xxlll not believe for no other rea--oii
than thai be does believe. lie may be
deceived. As wl-e men si- he. have been
led into belief in wrong doctrines. Wo
have not yet xxltmw-ed uuy .plritual man-ll'c-tatlon.
mini' xvonderful than legui.l.
main not a- ax underfill. The medium.,
nut..iile of materialization and ii.ln.btead-
Iul', do notbti.K any other per-on might
not do ; and materialization mid mind-
reading are xx'ondcrs xve have never wit
lie cd. Whenever xve hax'e bi-en present
al a M-ance the coiidlllons have been mi
favonible. and the -pirlt-iuacblne rcfu-cd
to do It- duty.
ritr.r, i.ovr. ami M'litrri'.vi.isxi.
The Liberal liellgioni-ls of thl- city
have caught another Tartar, ami till
time hi- name I-Hon. Warren ( hae.
He has nlleiiileil Ibeii. by adxocalliig tin
iloiirhicnf Pre l.oxe. lllld Thr (lavttr
raps bin. roughly over the knuckle-for
the ollcu-e. The dl-lnvatcry outgiving,
of the e.l!ex. Taylor were not half o
objectionable a- the levolutlouary Idca
ol'the IlinlUiil lieformer. l hne. -We
bale vet to iiieel the 1'ree l'cigloui-t in
tlllselly M.y- Tlir Uasrttr, "who doe.
not ilcuouuee the late -lecture of Warren
x'ha-c on the 'Social Quc-tiun.' a- an In--iilt
to every man mid woman, who, by
the bljih -tandlng of tin? IcctuiTr. vvns Ih
gulleil w ill.lu bearing. The cxpreloii-
of hulignallon we haxe lii-urd were em
pbatie, po-ltlxe."
To thl- Indignant oulbur-t .Mr. Cha-e
xxlll piy but little attention. He I- one ot
the Laltcr-Day lieformer-. ll I. hi- ml--lini
to tear dow n old doetiinc-. old In-.tilulion-.
old iileu-. lie court, ileiiun
einlion, and rcplic- to outbur-t of iudig-
uatloi. by -ax lug: "Wall awhile; . on are
lint vet edllcaleil up to the licec 1e. of
the hour; idler a lime, you will -ee xviih
a clearer xi-lon, and prai-e what you
now denounce." Mr. Cha-o lnow-s that
the Uwlenry of the moral revolution he is
attempting to effect U lu Ihe direction of
I 'iee l.ox'iumd nil Its kindred exil-.xvhleli
bx lt adxocatcs are dehomlnatcd hie
Imli'pcudeut-ltcfonuedllorllke Mr. Pot- big-, lie win ten ino-e who iicnouiice
ter in eaeb county oflheih-iict he would him that nil people who entertain hi
haxe In en rc-c Iwliil b hi. tiinner inn- Idea-on the f-ubject ol marriage, are be
jorltj. Ilexcilu SpliltuallMii, and that Mr-.
------ : IVoodliull.who-e npologl-l lie l,l. ohe of
Tin: Mound city Inroiui- u- the moft ilUtinguUhel of mediums, He
thatl here ure no .oier- Pulaski w 111 quole from tbo"l.lfeof Victoria," by
county xvbiicndiircdlheejinioii thai Theodore Tlllou, to proxe that die hold
iioinluiiteil ti.arle- t'urroll ttr Slate coinniiiulou with Ihe mo-t .'Milled splrltu
TreaMiivr;thattheriixxastliuinireiio(le- of the world beyond, mid that they hunt
maud lor Curroll Helen on cu:on dax-. 1 put Into hl Jieiirt thu Iniief lu the ad-
Our Information 1 o.w.,reir.. The dav vaiiced doctrlui) of trcciloni In love.
imii't.i: i.t xt iio...
Our late fellow town-mail. .1. Pulton.
of 1'gvptlan mill memory, ha- been ru
llcathi'' In and aliout Dexter. Mo. Time
hanging licavilv on hi- ha. id- he took to
the -wanip-. and. lour mile- Ironi tlie -la-lion,
he brought donna line Mirk, .xhicli.
in the ab-encc ol any other eonveyanee.
he can led to the -tatlou on hi- shoulder-.
Mctiaiilev fell heir to the saddle, and wa
while It la-tcd. the hnniilit man In l alio.
Twin-, eranberrv -auee and x-enl-on'
Who wouldn't he bapp.x V
v lT.vtllS.
A eiiriou- corre-piindcnt de-ire- to
know it Ihe Itacoii rock, reeei.tlx re
moved I'linil the mouth of the Ohio, i-
the rock upon which ihe liepubllcau
barque xxa- xxreekcil upon the ,ini iu
.iiim 1 lie further hmulte- -i- it Ihe
rock of ages which xve read about " It
it l not the '-Itock me to Mccp. Mother."
nor i. it the Kock-wcll. oi iiouk noto
rletv. Damn (hat rock! It pu.lesjiie.' "
We'necl -cnrccly add the llr-t "two letter-"
of our eorre-ponilcnl'- mime l .Ine
( 'oriulek.
'illl.lllllilloii ellll lie l ured
adiclick'- I'uluionlu Syrup, Miiellek'
Sei Weed 'I'.inlc, s-chrnck. Mamluke
I'lll", are th only niedlehii'. that xxill cine
I'lllin unary Oonhimiitiun,
Prdinenlly nimbciiie- licit xxlll stop a
i.otiL'li will ooru-lon tlie .lealti of Out
patient; iliey h'k up Hie liver, stop the
ciruliiliuii i. Ill" I'l" " . I.ell.orrtlftui' lot-
low-, u. ul In lact they en; tlio a-.tloi. nt
the xei oryan- that cau-cil tie- co iglt.
I.lxcr Complaint and Dy-iicp- i are ti ? I
c.iu-p- of tno-tldiil- of Hie ca-c- o. dm-
r.uiiptiaii. Many prr.ou- co.niuiii ol u
lull piili III Hie -hie, cini-tlpatiuli, coate.l
roniie, pain In the -lioillilei'.hlttile, fei'lluus
ol (lrowiiie- and re-llck-iips., the f.ioil
.xlltK heavily on the -tniliach, accuiapanled
with acidity and bvlchlin; up of wind.
Thcf) Hjliiptom- umally originate from a
ilUonlvrcd conililliiu of Hie rtnmiiiii r a
torpid lixcr.
Pcr-on ki all'i'ctnl, II ll.ey take una or
two heavy colli-, unit If the cough hi thuir
i-wi ho -udilciili ibeckcil, will tlnil ttit
-nnii'M'ti and llier vlnL-geil, reinalnliiK tor
pid iiml Inactive, sunt almo-t bo (ure they
are axvaie Hie Iiiiik aru a in:.-- n -oiv,
and ulvi'ltiled, Hie rc-iilt ot which U ilealh.
Schulick'- I'uliuoulc pymp 1- mi expec
torant wlilrli ilnc- not contain oplmii or
nil) thing calcul.ilnl to check a eoilgli h..i.
ilunlv.
McnvnckN Sen Weed Tonic ill olxe the
food, mixes will, thu ga-tle Juices of tlio
stmnaiii, aid- ilhjestlun Hint denies a rule
iiouh appetite.
When the bowel- are i:oilve, skin alli.vv
or Hie -.vinptinu- othcrwii'it of a hllllou
lemli'iicv, ..clienck's Mandrake Pill- ure I
rciiiilreil. i
iiiefce iiicdleliies ine prepared only by
.1. II. SCIIKNRK A' ON,
Nnrlliea-t corner Sixth and Anil itieel-,
l'lillailelplila. Pa, And are fur n:ilu hy all
lrui.'ult ar.il ilraler-. ll-MiniUvv
Mil M il TO '0TI tcilllls,
lI.Al.l'.li (iriiju.-uU will ! nreivnl ul inv
k.1 nllii r, until .lo'cliH'k ii in el' lue.ilay Hie
nri ii.iv ot iHriniNr, A I. . Is7l. inr I'ur.
iil-lilny il.- lu.iieilul. in- iIiiIuk' Hit- vvnik, nr
Imlll, Iiii llil'Kiiiiinili'lliill n' tlie iilt'Uillkn nil
llwl ill' ill l.mv.Uirl, III t'niltl nt 111!- I'nllnW -.iiltile-eriUil
lot.-. u l.iiinniiiul l In lilm'k
'.'i Int. HI ami i; In n(K'k M l,n- i a, i uml ti In
lil.'i'k U l.ils I, i, I, IX, il, 10. II, 1.1. in, 17 iiml
Is In lilnck A, uml l,,t.:i n, ft, U, I.I mull I In
iiiui'K u, mi in I in- ll V in Limn, 1 11 1 In lln
All ii'iMn-alsaliiill lie iii.iili'lniu'iuiiiliinii'M illi
llir liini.-.niia, liilliinuiii uml i,ecllli-iitluii
iif imlliiiimi' Nil If.', iiiiiiiviil Ocliiin-r lllli. A
II., Is't, vilililMliilhiiiiiit' U now mi llir In mi
nllke Milijirt tu I'Viiinlimlliii. al liny lll.it-.
ulil '.ikiiiI uliiill N- illiivled in Hie I hi
I iiiiiuil nl the lit) nt' Uilrn, uml will li-n,i'iieil
ul ii mi. IIuk ul' rili in.iiicil, In In-In lit mi tin-lil-.l
it.i) nl DiTimUr, IS74, ul ":.W ii'i'lm'k
i in.
ilii- i lti liMiirii iwrxw the HkIiIIo n-jirt
.in) uml nil iloi,ii,.
wadu jwriiinni'iil mil) by the mint dls-1 alter thy h;tl"ii Hr. Cumy iu,rm,., ', j yv x0 Il0t wj,h j -ay anything linili.
I nllii. Ills Not
Wll. I.. K. ll.WMilNs.
17, ItiTt. tll lii'ik.
ft-fVl fill ltKWAltl--Kor ii iii.e or
pOyU.WU UitlN xihliii ill) imlUii
AKUD Iiiiiuil) h ID ( rlUTlllillly Ulullrtlle I Illlll
thl- HJ.Iltll Inly NH'l'llt" lor llllllllllH'tlOtlH fill'
VulllHlllliini 1P' innllclnr. MlllfiH i,n iiml-.
T'l...."r """ay iiiiliuUil. Aiili l(. XV.
lll'.-h .1. xnnrrul Sprlncs Olilu
Iw-ll-Jl-il.Wi lw
HEW
JIG STORE, CAIRO CITY OWWIMRY
PHIL. II. SAUP, Proprietor.
Cornor Eifrhih St. :cnl Wusiiui;(oii Avci.
I1AH NOWTHl'iT.AllGKST HTOCK. Of ('ONl'MCTtONH IK TCOVPT,
AND lb HF'.Ijl.la 0 PllH t 'KNT I.OVMH THAN AN V
IlOWHKIN THI? 'I'HADH.
( 1AUII..N - ll'i ii, , I lui i ,,,. , 'in, In . iiiit hi ' I., i ' "N,-r lln- -nil ne. mi--tain
Mr 1,1 Vnlir Wl'llll I lie IH In .,
rfllllll (lie I. I I I- lite "iill I'lili'i III Si.itlli . ., I
i ,-l - ,'i- "rr lil
i i iii i l i ..uijili In a j, i.
i o
An a
o e a 5
mm. H 0-J h. O
a s a a
; i ; w
Frosli Baltimore Oysters Received Daily
I'OH SAXE AT WHLOLKSAI.E Oil IlKTAII..
DEAIjEH in
MEN'S AND BOY'S
CLOTHIXSTG
rUHNISlIING GOODS, MOUOCCO HAGS, AtC,
Is now prepared to show one pf the most su
purb stocks ever ottered in this community.
He will not bo undersold.
SILK HATS A SPECIALTY!
Gentlemen desiring huts of a precise fit
can have the measure of their heads take to a
hair, and their head gear made to order in the
latest fashion and finest style.
79 OHIO LEEVE, CAIRO, ILLS.
PLANTERS'
HOTEL.
EDMUND HUEFNER. Propriotor.
54 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
This house contains 35 good rooms.
Travelers will always find the best accommo
dations.
A trusty watch for trains and boats day and
night.
n ' M
Delmonico
HOTEL and RESTAURANT
Corner Ohio Lev.oc and Sixth Streot,
CAIRO, ILLS.
HAEEY W.I2S:En, Propriotor.
OPKN DAV AND NIGHT. MEALS AT ALL HOUU8.
T. E. SULLIVAN,
ure 3D r "o.
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, &c.
ALSO, A FULL LINK OP
TOILET AND GOODS,
102 Couunorciiil Avonuo, between Ninth unci Tonth Strootu,
Cairo, Illinois.
xiiiivi x moiii;.
uim.im:iu.
iNew-York Store MILLlKSRK
K x
n i inn it i iiiaim
AH. LL N S 'fa
WH01j1'.SAI.F. AND llKTAII..
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory CIoho.
Coiiim 10th St. unit Coiilinicliil Av.
CAIKO, ILLINOIS
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
Obstacles to Marriage
HAITV nlli-r rm ymtiitf rui'ii finn. lln if
IwN ol' rniir'! nii'l iiliii-M In i-iiily Illi'
MjiiiIiiiihI ii'itniiil lni'"llniiiil lo ni.n iIhjii
HiiiuMil Ni'w iiu'HiihI iii liinlniuil Ncxi unit
n-li.iiki.lilc ii.ihiIIi'. llmikiiiii.il rlii'i.l.ui Hi-ill
fiii- In miiIhI iiiiIhh-i Ail'lii"" IIIIH A III.
Aolll lA'IION. Ill Niulli Mulli Klnrt, t'l.llii
.1.....1.1.. ii .... i,..iimii,,ii .miliiirii ..lull n-iiii-
lul inn W liiii.iiriilili- rii.nli.il iinil innli-i.ln..ul
hklll
Mrs. M. Swander
Will M I..- Illlll .III' liil J ll t lirillnl
hll'lllMI. lllllll III
PALL AND WINTEK
MILLINERY
GOODS
mm
II,Jtt li.'i llll tin. Im iji'l
M."ulllH!!l'l!'''r"'1,?,"' ""v
Wlilrl. ftii-Jirotio-va In -ill In thr luilm nr ( uli
ill i.ii r. In iilt tin- lli.ii i shr I, In In.inil ul
M'Gee's Old Stand,
On South Sliln Elirhth Stipnt. Letwnnll
a tl.e Avniiutm.
i Wlii'H' I ivranil lit nil Ill..i, In HI
TIIATS, BONNETS, RIBDONS,
TIUMMINGS, NOTIONS, Sia.
TT"-lic nrv Myltoli K.nirl. Ki ll IIiin, K.i.
-,! 'I iliiiinliiirri. I'lnltelilill 1'nrkl-ti Ullil Hl-ll un,l
lull tin; Iittt'.t .Voxi'llli'i, nt ilimir xrlilli will
mniirUi' ii.ii,hui-r Tin Imlli iiiu Imllnt u
rail uml '' for llii'iii'i lvi-.

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