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C 1) ArtVr
J. W Ktcwatt.
ARTER & STEWART.
(SiicrrMuH lo 1 After A Co.)
GROCERS
f AMI
Commission Merchants
No. 113 Commercial Avonuu,
CAIRO, ILLS.
Bristol & StilweU,
FAMILY
wis
Keep ovcrytlihiK portultiiiiK to
tho lino or atnplo una Funoy Oro
coi'Ioh, Wooilonwarc, VoKt'tablea.
I'ruito, &c, &c.
WHBBLZB.
Wagons, Carts, Perambulators,
VolooipcdCB, Whcol-Horncs,
Swings, Tablcii, Chairs,
Wardrobes, Bedsteads,
TninkB, Dishes,
Skates, &c.
iTO,-wCTg-ti-i---.- . .. M,r
Malaga Grapes, Fruits,
Nuts, Oakc's Can
dies, &c., Sec.,'
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
v.w:ii;ty snuti:.
New-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Largest
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goocb Sold Very Clouo.
Coinc-r 1 Oth St. iuul Commuroinl Av.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
or. o. xxTjaaxjis,
pr.orKir.Ton.
HINDKK AND HLIXK HOOK
MANUFACTURER.
UullutiuIiuililiiiK, Coniar Twelfth Sticot
antl Washington Avenue,
Cairo, XlliJioirJ.
f ,"Cuiiiilv niul llullmnd Wink a -pict.iltj
COXSI'.'! I'TIOX.
Consumption Cured
'I'D I'lllTOII or Till, ill III TIN'
i:sihi.Mi.n riiii.Nii ynii win piiii.r lurmiu
your under Hull I luiuui iosiie
Cure for Consumption
Qii'lull tUinnler of llu- throat ami Limits, and
(lint, liy IN iw III iii practice, I li.iu' enrvd
liiinillidH of rii-c. Hint III tflie.
ONE THOUSAND D0LLAI13
fur it rn-e It will not bcnelll Indeed, ho sIioiik
1 will ki'ihI n huiiiiIi-' rill'.i; In uuy mlleiu
iiildicsiliu; me
Phase nliitw this Idler In nny ewe ynu may
know wIih In Hiiilriinic li mil llii-'c illu'ii-ci inul
iiIjIIkm I'lilllil'iilly u.iiM,
W WllllillliSt.,.'cw Voik
lip
TOIZE-1
!
HOuAMIL
mm
VOL. 7.
Wholonnla
M1-
BARCLAY
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND
PATENT MEDICINES,
DKUGGISTS' t AHOY OOOD3,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL,
BRUSHES, SOAPS,
TUBE COLORS,
CHEMICALS.
VARNISHES,
7"'I wlkil r.irrfwnl m'r ati't nnlrn from Ilnicput'
i or ir"Hi
lii our line M.-.imlit. rlnntatlon
tllted Willi it-liable I i iitf-i bt ii.i-'.iutMr lii! s
WHOLESALE & RETAIL I
71 Ohio Luvce. '
CAIRO
itr.Ai. ixr.vi i: ,u;i'.vr.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
Real Estate Agents
AUCTIONEERS,
7L OHIO Xj32VES23.
(-ifi.nii rim.i.)
CAIUO. ILLINOIS.
Bt'V anil Mil nl estate, pa t.ivc., furnish
ah-tracls of tide
JS-IjiihI I mnnii-ioncr
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
Real Estate
KCOTJSE -A.G-IE3ILTTS
COLLECTORS,
CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES TUKLIC
AMI
Land Aucnts of the Illinois dmtral and
Burlinitton and Quincy It. It.
Companies,
North Cor. Sixth nuil Ohio Lovoo,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
I.Kll'OU in.Ai.r.its.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Vliiilf-n!i' ami IM.ul luiili'is in
tForoign and Doniostio
No. 60 Ohio Loveo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
,Ti:-lt' -MTll A i i ImV nll"' t
J. L II lillHf i-liil'k lit llli' lirl UIHkIk l IH lll.ll- 1
Kit, mid I'lu'i-M'ii'ial .Ulililloii tu M'k 'liilwU I
I jnch nf I lu- liiisiiii'u
uon:i.s.
ST. NICHOLAS
Hotel and Restaurant
N'o. 122
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Two iln.ii niiilli of llu' f.iini uml VlmMimo
, l-.llll OIUl 111 llll.
W1I, WETZEL, l'lopiletor. f
ATlttSTV wnti'li Ki'iit nl?lil uml iLiy fov
lliiliu niul n-iiiiil,imi.
'Hie 1 'il nl lu'cnniiiioililloiis tor tiiinalinl
Kiii'tti ut Two Dullmi ijvril.iy.
Oftco, 23xllctin. Su.ilAlnr, Ciriior Tvrolftli. Ctroot and
OAi.RO, IJ.LINOIS, TUESDAY, .JANUARY 12, 1875.
mill Rotnll
RETAILERS OF
NI-
TOILET ARTICLES.
COLLIER WniTE LEAD,
WINDOW GLASS,
COLORS, OILS.
DYE STUFFS,
PERFUMERY,
ETC., ETC
I'll. fcirtans nnt denel-iil Mnn 111 r .lilt
and I ulmJ Jliil euic la.es luiuls'icd nr rt-
RETAIL Si PRESCRIPTION
WaahliiKto A v., Cor. 8th St.
.him i;i.i,.im:ih s.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Dotwcon Waohlnttton urnl Commercial
Avenues, udJolnitiK Uanuy'a,
I . 1:1:1
fur -Hlr tin' lt Ilfff, r..rk. Nliitimi
JV :il, IjiiiiIi
-uiiMU'r. Vi' . niul in pii'
jioiiil to fiti- Imnllli- in hii arcr.liill' Minni.i r
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Duller in
LTTILvCBIEJIR,,
All Llllill lianl ami Mill,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATn, &c.
Mill anil Ynrd,
Comer Thirty-Fourth Street
Ohio Lcvce.
and
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionable Barbor
EianTn street.
Between Washington and Commercial
Aveuuou.
E. MAXWELL & CO.,
DlllIlT III
MACHINERY sud
RAILWAY
BURNING
toiLS-r
No. 010 North Main Stroot,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
io-n. n..ca
AGENTS FOR FRENCH PLUMBAGO OILS
- -..
M'l'i'i.v iiiii'ot.
VALENTINE
RESCH,
Steamboat, Hotel and
Family
SUPPLY DEPOT
AMI IlKAI.Mt IN'
Groceries, Vegetables, Gamo,
POULTRY,
Fish, Egg3, Northern Butter, do.
Eighth Strcot,
notvcon Waohlnifton and Commercial
Avuuucu.
EOojiU iWUcrwl fin of chnrjrv.
SHERIDAN'S STORY.
Viiiillillw- DNpiili'li l I lii- .Sorrelnry
lllMIHji Altri:lii 1
Mn.ir.M'.v liivmox or tii k Min-onti. j
To I Ion. W. W. Ili'lkn.ip, Sccrchiry (if
Wnr. Wii-IiIiikIoii, D.C.:
I Imic llii honor to -iihinlt Ilic follow
ing lirli l' ujiort of nllnlM :n tlii-y oc
t'ln riMl Ikti- on llu1 oi'xniilAitlon of thu
.Staff legislature ol' .Iniuiar.v I. l87.";
I vn not In coiiiiiiaiiil In IliN milltiiry
ili'i:il lliK'lit nnlll !) o'clock lit nllil of Hut
Itli lii't., hut 1 thlly IihIui'm- uml am w 111
hi to hi' lii'ld ri'spoii'Ilili' fur Ilic ncls of
tin' military in roiiH-rvators of tin- liiihllo
)c:ici' iiiioii that May. During tin- liv
ilayi which I was Initio cllv prior (o tin.
-St 1 1 of .January, the Kcncnil tojilc of run
vcrsutlon winthi'siriifsof hlomlslieil t lint
were llalilc to occur on Ihnt (lay, niul I
rcptititlly tit-aril thrcnH of an"-ihiiitliiii
ol llu- governor unit nyirti exiiroTil
that lie was not klllcil on the 1 Ith of Se
Icinlicr la-l; iilo threats of lite aiuhut
tion of Itepiililicnn iiii'iiihfr of the lione
in order to urine the election of a Ilctn
ocnillc .speaker. I nlo knew of the kill
napping hy hanillti of Mr. Cousin, one of
the liiemlRTj elect of the lcjrl
latinx'. In order lo pre-erve the
Ihuhi" inul make, thv Stale houso -tiff
for the peaeenhle n-emlillii ol'the leL'is
lature, lien. Kiiiory, upon u rcipiiltion
of theffovei'iior, stutioiieil troops hi the
vicinity ol'the hulldiii. Uwin; to ihee
precautions the le'h)ature it-einhleil in
the -tate-miie nil limit ill.tiirlmiice of the
'.'iee. At 1'J o'clock, Win. VIpT-i, clerk
ofihc lat lione of rcpn-.-tallves, pro
cecdcil to cull the roll, as iiecnrillll to
law he wa enipowereil to do. One hun
dred anil two le-'ally returned tnelliheiv
niiswea'd to their name-. Of this nuuiher
.VJ were I'epuhliciiu- and to Deiuoenil-.
iiefore entering the Iioim- I.. A. Wilt,
had heeli selected in caucus a the Deiuo
enitic noinlnee for .-peaker and Michael
llahn a the Heiiuhllcaui. juilnee. Vlger
had not iliil-heil aintoiiiiclnjr the result
when one member, lilllen ot I.ul'ourche,
nominated I,. A. Wiltz for temporary
HK-aker. Vl'ei promptly declared the
motion out ul' onler at that time, when
some one put the question, and amid
cheers on the Democratic side ol the
liotif Wilt, dashed on to the roitrum.
pu-hiil n-lilo Vler-. ci.ed the speaker'
chair and pivel,utrJ dwlatvil lilm-elf
siM-aker.
I'rote-t against this arhitr.irv and un
law fill proci'i'dliiij wa promptlv made hy
nieinhersoftlie majority, hut Wilt, palil
no attention to tlie-e prote.sts, and on mo
tion from some one on the Deniooratle
lde of the hou-e, It wu declared that
one Tre.cvant was nominated ami elected
clerk of the hou-e. Treealit lit once
.-nranjr forward and occupied the clerk'
chair aiiildt the wlldet eoiifusion over
the whole hou-e. Mavor Wilt then
naln on another nomlnallou I'nnn the
lieinocratle Mile ol'the luni-e. declared
one 1'lood elected sereant-at-tinns, and
orileriil a certain tiuinlier of n-stnnts to
he appointed. Instantly a larre tilimher
of men throughout the hall whohadhei li
admitted on various pretexts, Midi as n
porter. inenihers, and .spectator-,
turned down the laiiels of their coat-,
upon which were pinned hi no ribbon
li.ul;ri'. on which win- piintiil In ".nlil
letter- the words. "altant -ereaiu-at-arnis,"
and the a-.-eiubly wa- hiiio--ses-lon
ol the uiluorlty. and the White
l.c!i"iie of l.ouUl.iua inul made "ood Its
threat of M'i.hi'.' the hou-e. many of the
a--i-tant i-erpiant-at-arius lt-Iny well
known aeaptaliis of hlte League euin-panle-
In this city.
Notwithstandlii'j- tliesiiddeuuc.ssof tbi
uiovemeut. leading Republican nii uil.er
had not failed to prote-t again and again
against till- revolutionary action ot the
minority, but all to no purpo-e. find
many ol the Ucpubllcnti- ro-e and Icit the
hou-e In a body, together with the ( lerk
Vigors who carried with lihu the original
roll of the hou-o a- returcd hy the -cciv-tary
of state. The excitement was now
very great, and the acting -pcaker direct
ed thecrgeant-nt-anns, to prevent ogre
or iugiv'S ul' member- orother.-, iind-c-end
exciting -cullies, hi which knle
and pistol- were drawn, took place, and
for a few moment-. It -eemed as if blood
shed would ensile. At this juncture l)u
pre. Democratic member troiu Oilcans
parl-h, moved that the military power of
the geiicial government be 'invokul to
pre-erve the peace, and that a committee
be appointed to wait on Gen. De Tro
hrianil, commanding oillcer ol
the I'lillcd Statci troop- sta
tioned at Hie state-hou-e, ami roquc-l
bU ii--l-tance In clearing the lobby. The
moilim wa-adopted, and a cnuuulitic of
live, of which Dupre w as made chairman,
wa-sent to wait on (ion. Do Trohrland
and -non returned with that olllccr. who
wa- accompanied by two of hi- .-tall' otll
cers. AsGcn. DeTrobriand walUeddown
to the speaker's de-k loud appluu-c hurt
from the Democratic -ide ol the hoii-e.
Gen. De Trobrlaiu! asked the in ting
speaker If It was not poslble lor hl.u to
pre-erve order without appealing te lilni
to pre-erve order as a rnlted Matc-annj
olllccr. Wilt. -aid It was not. Tin1 gen
eral proceeded to thu lobby, and nildre-s-higa
few words to the excited crowd,
peace wa- at once re-toted. On motion
ot Dupre. Wilt, then, in the name of the
general as-einniy ot tne Mate oi i.oiu-i-aua,
thanked Gen. I)e Trobrlaiul for hi
interference In behalf of law and order,
and the general withdrew.
Tito Itenuhllcaiis had now geiier.dlj
withdrawn fiom the hull and united in
tlgiilng u petition to the governor stating
their grievances and u-l.lug hi- aid,
which petition, signed h lltty-two legal-lv-retured
member- of t(icliou-e, Is in my
posi Ion, luillieilletcly siib.ciiieiit to
the action in electing Hie clerk of the i Id
house, Mr. llllliu moved that two gentle
men from the patl-li of Do Soto, one
from Winn, one from Illenville and one
J from llierla, who Inul iioi ncen returned
by the reluming board, be nwnru hi a-
lueinner.s, nun nicy wru iiccoruuigiy
sworn in by Wilt, and took their seal
on tile tloor us memher ol'the hoii-i'. A
motion was now made that the hou-opio-cced
with Its permanent organization ami
accordingly tin? roll wn ealleil hy Tn
.evant, acting clerk. and Wilt, was de
clared speaker, mid Tro.ovant clerk of
lliehoii-e.
Acting on tin prolc-t niadeby Hi ma
jority of the hou-e. Hie governor now
requested thu commanding gei e-.il of the
department to aid him lit restoring order
and enable Ihe legally returned meinber
of the house to pioeeed with Its organ!-
alloii according to law. '1 his request
was reasonable and In lU'cordaiuo w't'i I
law. Keineinberlng vhldly the terilblo
initRsacrcs that took place In this city on
the assembling of the constitutional eon- i
veutloii la InW nt Mcclianlcs' Institute,
and believing that the lives of member
of the legislature were or would ho en
ilangered In cam nn organization iiuderr
efttt
"Wanli.liicrtsia. Aror.uo.
the 1 tw wit attempted, the pos, wa
fiiriillicil. with the rcque-t that cure
fhonld be taken that no member
of the legislature rctnnicil hv
the leturulng hoard should he
fjected from the ilonr. This ntllltarv
poss,. perfornicd Itudnty under direction's
from the governor of tne tate, and re
moved Iroin Ihe lloor of the house tho-e
person? wlio had been Illegally seated
iindwhohadno legal right to fK- there,
whereupon the Democrat ro-e and loll
the hou-e, and the remaining members
I roeeeded to ell'cct an organization mi
ller the state law..
In all this turmoil, In which bloodshed
va luiiulnent, the inllltarv pos-e he
haved with givat dlsciMtlon. When
lit, the n-urplng speaker of the nouse,
called for troops to prevent bloodshed,
they were given him. When the gover
nor of the state called for a posse for the
fame purpo-e audio enforce thelnw.lt
was I'lirni-heil also. Had this not been
doneltlsmy linn belief thai s.-enes of
hloodshed would Imvo ensued.
tSlgned 1". II. Slll'.iitiHN,
Llentenant-Geiifr.il.
I'llslllon .Volen.
D'runi I'arU Ciir. nf llnii-r' linnr 1
Dresses. ,-rn of cloth and wool o!
ten have the corsage laced behind like a
eor.-et, or like the wal-t, our mothers
wore some forty years ago, Instead of be
ing buttoned in (rout.
Street ilres-e, tho-ewhlcli are worn
in the daytime for walking, are as simple,
model and humble, in appearand, at
least, as the drawing room toilettes are
brilliant. luxurious, and eo-tlv; woolen
over velvet, or softc-t elvetecn such Is
the uniform thl winter.
A- laces are made of all colors, o
leaves of all tints are manufactured for
hall dresses and and eolllures. l'lower.s
are much used, even on hlgh-nccked
fichus, In hows for the enr-ngo. and in
the hair. Tills- fashion, which was some
what exceptional last winter. 1, now uni
versal. At homo hlgh-beeled slippers are
worn very ornate, and often trimmed
with a hunch of llowcrs to match those
with which the light grav stockings are
embroidered thntnccompanv the slipper-!.
The bunch of ilower- Is often replaced hv
a large and hand-oine buckle of metal
set with precious stone-.
Another f,t-lilon, which con-l-ts In
siisM;itdlng all sorts of article-about the
jier.-on, continues on the Increase; dur
ing the day the watch and umbrella are
hung from the belt, ami at evening the
ca-olette with pcll'inne-. the iuaigrettc
wltli smelling .-alt-, and lastly, a minia
ture oval mirror with heeled edge, set
in a richly-wrought metal frame, and
often adorned with prccioiu stones.
This season the fa-hioiiahle caprice
is woolen labrlcs, ami when thev are very
line, liand-oiue, -oft. and of llyfit colors,
thev are trimmed with white laii'and as
sociated with thu ino-I elegant Lyons el
vet. White lace-. iiioreocr. arc verv
much In vogue for the trimming of full
dress toilets, even when the latter are
dark-colored. All kind-are u-ed, white
Cliautilly ln'Iug in e-ieclal favor. Illack
Chautllly is con-Idcred a belonging to
neglige toilets.
I'OAI.,
GOAL! COAL!!
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
ST. JOHN'S and
PEYTONA CANNEL
COAL!
Orders for Coal by the car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
yaTTo largo consumors and all
manufacturers, wo nro proparcd
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, nt uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
i-Il.illii!i Urn
CrlliilH'liS' Urn wlmrflioat
Ei-At lisyiitlan .Mills, or
tJ-At Uiu Coal Duiini, foot of Tlilrty-Klght
mist
rj"l'mt Onii-e Drawer,
ROSS'
and Wood Yard.
Coal
COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
PITTS3URG and ILLINOIS
TSSr COAL
N1
STOVE WOOD
K i:i'T coii-tiiilly on li.iml lit ltm' Yiml,
. I .iliniii'11'l.il incline, uiipinlte Ilrii-s'
Uilllillin;
I Intern U'illllillv llllnl
Coiil inul wninl nYllwiiil IVii' in clmri'i
'liiliis.lililly ilili aiT-lil-Oin'l
HO. VI N iVll iV.S.
SAM WILSON,
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, See. .
No. 110
OIv i,o Tjovoo.
ivn'iiiyiY i.-.iwiiiirxt lUKU'iruuiuHiK.
d !.. . ..... kin. h.i... LliiJlpkltMl , bllv i.nli.l
t, - , n.l.l...,. bill.... In. fiwiHal
ll.(UIibUrill.lu.1 Ul fH ll"
IIii-J li lis 13 aj
NO. 10.
O.M.MISmo.V Mi:itCIIA.TS.
C. CLOSE,
Crn?ml
Commission Merchant
ami I'tvi.r.n in
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
HAIR, &c,
Under City National Bank.
WILL In rar-tenil Intn nt ninnilfiictiiri-rn'
prices, nilillnir frclicht.
COFFEY,
HARRISON St CO.,
(-iicccMors to I) ilmil A I,h )
FORWARDING
Commission Merchants
Ami Drnli-ra In
FLOUR, ORAIN and
HAY,
No. 03 Ohio Lovoo.
WOOD
RITTENKOUSE
AND BRO.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
Commission Merchants
No. 138,
OHIO LEVEE.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AND SON,
-tuicMir tn .lolin II. l'hlllh)
FORWARDING
AND
Commission Merchants
Anil Ilfalirj in
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agents for LAKLIN tt RAND POWDER CO!
Coruur Teutli Stroot unil OUlu
Lnvou.
7. I) Mullniit
i: r riii.
MATHUSS Sc UHL,
FORWARDING
.llil .'rlH'llll
Commission Merchants
llraler ill
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
0L Oliio Lovoo,
i: .1. .jit
ft l. .yres.
AYRES &c CO.,
prjOTin :
Ami Ki'iirrul
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
wi:im:kam: c.ikm'dks.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-Ami
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Lovoo.
II A Timlin
I. II 'I hunt"
THOMS & BROTHER,
(SHii'ci taiir In II M lllihn,)
Commission Merchants
Ami ilealei's in
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Foiolitn and Domeatio Fiuitu aiul Nuta
181 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dcuhr In
BOAT STORES,
Commission Merchant,
No. 10 OHIO LEVEE.
QJ'KCIALiittentlniii'iMii tocoinlitniiif nti and
O iIIIIiil' onltia.
I
I
FIIYfllt'IAXl).
y ILLIAM II. SMITH, M. D. " 1
HKStDKNt'E Sn 11 Thlrtrrnth ntntt, be
tween VililnKl'in nveniie uml Walnut tlnrl
OPFIUKiNoHh lip-or Klghlli Mtwt l
livrcn (.omini'irlfll uml VnMiliigtontiiur
Q wTdunnino, m. d.
UKMIDKXCK
itriftn.
Corner Ninth uml Walnut
OKKICK Conif r Sixth ntm-t ml Olilo It.
OKKIC'K IIOtHtS. KrumO. m tolJm , .nil
from 2 to ft p in
DR.
W. BLAUW,
Gorman Physioian.
OFFICE IluJ(r' lllixk, (iip-talr), corner
Klfclitti ulns t ami U'aslilnKloii uremic
i.AWYr.n.1.
gAMUEL P. WHEELER,
AUorncy nt Imw.
OVflt'lJ: Ohlii tuv, over room fnrmtrly
ocniple-i hy First National Hunk,
CAIRO. II.LIXOIS.
ULKEY Sc SON,
AltorucyN nt Law.
OFFICE KIkMIi Mtiwl, Mirrm Commer
rial unit HaiUltiKlon aicnun,
William C Mulkrr J CA1HO, IU.INOIH
Q KEEN St OILBERT,
A(oiiieyN niul Counxclor
nl J.iiw.
OFFICE. Ohio l'itf, room 7 aiul S OTfr
City NAllunal llauk,
William II fin-Mi, J
y,llll"iii II lilllieit, 5 CAIKO ILLINOIS
.Mih'a Frisl'k Clilliert S
r!.sivinl alli'iition glivn to Aittuirally ami
sltttiiilmut tumliiis
I'lTH.
FITS CURED FREE
ANY K'r?nii MiltrriiiK; rroin thr ulrnvv ill'eale
U iiiin-4ti'il to iwMrMii llr l'rire ami n trial
iKillh- nf hia intlh'lne will lw fortvanleil FltEE
llr 1'ilre la a rt')(iitarili)tU'liin, nml has umile
thi' trintiiient nl'
FITS OR EPILEPSY
a atiuly fur ycara. and he will warrant a cure by
Ihr uu of hi ri'iniily
li.i not fail to M-tiil to him Turn trial bottle; It
emu iiulliinv, ami iiu
WILL CURE YOU,
No matter Imw lonif t.unlttu your rnfe may
!), or how m.iiiy other rvineillM may tuie
liuny other rvmeitlM may
l.illiil
C in'iil:ir. niul ti'stinii'nbl.i .ent with
FREE TRIAL DOTTLE.
AlUltTH
DR. CIIAS. T. PRICE
New York,
nx-i'i-'i'l-itAn ly
misii:i.i...m:oi n.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
Normal University.
NOTICE.
1 here III Iw an opportunity fur Htiuliiita li
t iller the t'niiriaUy, IllllunlUlsl) alter the hul
hluya, mi
.Hominy. Jlllllllli'j Mil, 1173.
'1 nil ion Is I iu.1' tu all iho uie iriit by County
"upei IntriiilriiK, Ml enliirn, Judge' or by a
ltepieeiitiitle titrli t To null, mi incidental
li-i-nf l ui) Dollar is rhaitfnl per term, uioulvJ
Iny lo the Statute
In other tuition In the Noiuut IkpulUlitlit U
i.li per lennt in the l'ieuiroliirv lirpsrtineiit
in o", ami in the 1'rinury or MoJel Depait
llirnl J KJ.
Tin liikli'iirliou Ik TlioriiiiKli.
anil enihiaeei Wililii'-, Urawlnv. .Slnitin;;. Cat
Mheuii'i niul Klni'iitlon, in aililllion loafl the
( oiiiiiiou anil IIIk'Ii M'honl sluilles, ami Ijillli
ami lini'k, Higher Malheiiullca, l heinistry ami
l'hlli"iiphy.
I, noil iMuinl can I hail at iwonable pricM
t.l .'ill to &.i.ll la r an k.
The Sprlnif Term will
oi-n MoniLil. Mai-rh
l.Mh, is;:,.
l.H-l-llil5w
JAMi:) ItOIIAItTri.M I) ,
Secretary,
CENTAUR LINIMENT
The emit illwimTV of the
n? Them Is no iIn which
the Centaur Liniment will not
lelieic. no swelUiiK which it
will not subdue, niul no lame
nets which it will not cure
-'lhis Is struui; laiiKuaac, but it
Jtlw.. is line ii is in, nuiiiiiiiK, 111,1
tSJiWpjE reclne is iirinteil arountl each
hotlle A cilviihir cinluliiliiK certlllcateH of
wnmlorflilcuivaof rliciiiu.itlsm, nctiraliria, lock-
Jaw, ainilna, MiellliiK, tcalits, cakeil lireaels,
IHilsomilis lilies, noicii iivi, coiiiHiiiiiiicuiii, "ir-
iii he, Ac , ami the tcrin-nt thu liniment will 1m
Miit gratis In any one It la the mnsl wounernu
In-.illni! anil palu-icllci Inic ap'nt the wnrlil ha
eier iriiilticcil It n ils as no article before illil
.1 II, lllHl 11 Mu IHTail'C ll iin,s jiifi sum I, iiir-
lemU In ilo One liiillle of Ihe Centaur Lini
ment fur auiliials (jellow wrapper) is wurlti a
humlreil ilolUra for i-pnilnisl, slinilneil or (rallct
liooet ami mules, ami fur crew-worm ahii'ii,
No I'.iiully or stock-owner can iUTonl lo l with
out Centaur l.luliueiit 1'rlce, M cent", large
iltel .1 II IIOSIs CO ,
M lliniulwav, New Voik
C'lASTOKI.V la moi-e Hull a ulistitute fer
J Castor till It la Iheoiily aiiffartlole Inex
l.leiice whlcli li Uit to lejrulate the bowels,
cine wlnilcollo and pnsluce nulnrat ls.p It Is
plea-sint lo t.iki Chlldien need not cry ami
inolhira may kUiii i)-7-i(ly
Oil II
Illustrated Catalogues
for 1875 or
EVERYTHINS
TOR THE
GARDEN!
Seeds! Plants! 1
IXImpleuients, Fertilizers, etc
Numbering 173 pages ana containing ai
U-autfulcclomtiitata, mailed on receipt1
ofSOccnta.
Catalogue, without platui, frw to ML
35 Cortlandt St.,
NEW YORK.
AGENTS WANTED
rou
Pro. Fowler's Groat Work
ON
MANnOOD, WOMANHOOD.
AND
THEIR MUTUAL INTER-RELATIONS
Iive: II tAVCi, I'owen, Ac
A(ii:XT.S are ulllnir fnm 1J trt 2S coptea a
day N-inl for vimcn jiagva and tcrnia
in aiteiit., and .ee why It ,IU toater tiun any
nlher bisiL AilJret National I'ubllihiui Cu
I'hiUilelphia, l'a , Chicago, Ills , or at LouU,
Mo
sai.. rs.ks(n, "US rrw. Urt, saw ! an. msi
m.iial I.M..U llli.sl ilun. T lil.l
lMtisi(irrLiuCo,IJTJ.f,. Tl. n i
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