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IUmIImk Matlrr un Krry re.
JOJIK Hi ODBtlLT, Editor.
Caiiio niijrht t hav? u lMtl.;ns' Aso-
irrnlmilon'l lieln herself, who will
i...it Iilt? Don't. lilcaM-. nil ifiily :it
Tiik Kiimlolpli county im'oiiUmIciiv that
ncjrroen were lloiriml In that eonnty.
Then the nevvsnatier.s He, ami they tlon'i,
Tiik New York lltrald limps upon
President Grant's rv.sljfiiatloii id the pres
idency. The lltrnlil vviistrs ll vahi.iMe
space. President Grant won't do It.
Tub hill of Hon. lir67.Ioiic, to appro
priate $10,000 to tiopxivmlwl In brliifjliiji
the Wllllnmson oouniy Kii-Klux to Jus
tice, will In all probability beenine a law.
It Is not In rhyme.
Un. GKona: Siksk.v. (iX-shfilU'of Wil
liamson county, who was i-liot sometime
ajro by Home ol the assassins of that coun
ty, Is recovering from lilm wounds, lie
has removed to Carbondalc.
Tiik candidacy of William Miilkey.
Esq., for State's Attorney In plan- of P.
II. Pope, Ksq., resigned, -rives jri-nenil
xatlsfactlon. He will not probably have
an opponent; but hU ft bud" iniiM not be
taken by surprise.
Turin: has liecn an iilarniln Increase
In Uie number of fatal cases of dlptherla
In New York c ity In tin: la-t week or ten
days. The iII.h-.im! is lieHi-vcd to In- pro
posed largely by the -tn- t ear nnd the
public K'liools mid both thi-M- Institu
tions are now called "jK.-'t Iioiih"." hy Ihe
Tiik Marlon Aw-if harp? upon the
strlnp that Carbondalc by iviiisliijr to pay
the bonds voted In aid of the Noimal
School, repudiated the conduct entered
Into iK-twcen the Slate and that city hi re
gard to the location of the ,clmol. The
Supreme Court Mould not perinltCaibon
dalc to repudiate, and ure)y the State
ou-'lit not to do hi.
Uotii the Sprlnjrllchl papers unipll
meiit Urotlirr Mavis, nf the .'. on liN
address to the Press Association. The
A''i'cm,v.s "It was icplete Willi rtroin?
points, omc of the inot f.illcnl of which
wc would Im- plea-cd to notice, did .-pace
penult. He argued In I'.ivnr.ol' independ
ent jonrnali-m, but contended that to be
IndeiMMident a journal turd not m-cos-arily
free Itself from p.irty trammels."
The Jmii-iiiil say- the address wa- i-.v-i-l-Icnt.
Tin: Hoard of ('niint, ( 'oiiimi loner
will appoint a Miecr-Mir to William .Mar
tin, deceased, late County Trea-urcr
The Ouzttl' ay a very proiH-r man for
tlicotlk-els tin: editor of that paper.
This Is not u modest a ertlon, hut a true
one. Mr. M. II. Harrell I-a good jiulji
of proiwrtv, iiciiuaintcd with every lot
anl Iiuiih; In the city and almost every
acre in inu comity, newoiiiii make an
Intcllfcrent asM-or and an honet and
capable treasurer. We hope the board
Wk have ivccivcd a pliatiipict copy of
the third biennial nies'Sae of Governor
A. I K. .Sall'ord, to the legislative a-cni-bly
of Arizona Territory, at the m-s-Ioii
oonintenrinr January 1th, IS".". The
mte of taxation In the territory is only
twenty-live cent on the hundred dollar
of taxable property, a fact that makes u
pine for a rt-hienee hi the dominion of
Saflbrd. The message 1- nu Interesting
document, well written and containing
valuable Information of the far county
from whence It came.
A Pcuuc meeting of the buiiii--s men
mid citizens of Chester, Itandolph county,
was held lait week to devise ways and
means of improving that v illage and -to
assist it forward hi the path of pro-ier-ity,"
Nearly all the entcrpri-lng cities
wound about Cairo are energetically at
tempting to attract the attention of capi
tal, but Cairo makes no movement. Cairo
Is lazy. Cairo don't want to lie disturbed.
She ought to be making a noise, Imt sho
is as quiet as a mouse. The enterprising
citizens who will take a long pole and
stir her up will be entitled to our thanks.
Hoy. L. V. Pi.atki:, chairman of the
select committee to which Williamson
county was referred, is having a hard
time. Lately he wrote to the State' At
torney ol that county demanding of him
a sworn statement in regard to the law
lessness in that part of the State, and was
politely told hr the olllcer that the state
ment would nut lie forthcoming. HeaUo
wrote to the Circuit Clerk demanding a
copy of id I the Indictments found In Wil
liamson during the hist two years. The
Clerk Intimated that he would see Plater
blessed before he would comply vtlth the
request. And so It goes. Atevervstep,
Mr. Plater meets Impediments in ids at
10 lead Egypt outof lawlcs-ness.
Tin; contract to .Wgii a bronze statue
or Admiral Parragut to be placed in the
National capital, has be.cu awarded to
Vimile lieuin. The award lias lM.i;n the
result ofa prolonged struggle. Congress
at its latt seslon, lclt the matter in the
hands ofa committee consisting of Mrs.
Parragut, Gen. Sherman and Seeietary
Holx-son. The widow had a warm allec
tlon for Vimile and had prcdelennlned
that Vimile was to "do" the smtne.
retary Kobesonwas just as warmly op.
poned to Vimile mid Just as warmly de
termined that Mie nhould not "do" the
nuiuic. ueu. nnerman was neutral. The
two ladles talked the General into friend
Iln?s4 for Miss Jleam, Kobe)!! gave up,
nnu uiecoiuraei nas ixen signed.
A Lot'isvii.i.r. genfk-inaiTls Hie no
itestor of the book entitled "Jlemoln, and
Intrigues of George lV.fur which tlm
Lonl Chancellor of Knghuid has ollered
ne thousand pounds, Ti,u title of the
work Indicate it character, and It U -up-
posed that the account which It
contain oi the marriage of the Prlncn to
t.aiiy Htelicrhcrt U tlio rcutnro of the
book which niahe. the llnirU-h Govern-
iiient denim Km nupprclon, "It is
known," say the Cum in-Jnm. '. "that
the 1'riiice iidoptul ihutnixt ilishnmnTible
means for producing the Impression that
there had never been Mieh n manlike. In
oiiit- vvny he Induced !'o to tnt'dniiiu:
a debate hi Parliament that It was
untrue. Pox -ubM-qiidilly declared that
he had a Utter wiiltcn by the I'rltiecliliii
self, uuttioriltij,' him to make the .-iati-mcnt,
hut the letter wax never proline d.
Th examlnaliouol a uumlieroi uiti--os
on llil point by a committee of Parlia
ment Is frhon with npp.uent lu-cur.iey.
and theiv eein to be no doubt that the
marriage did take place," If (ieorj-e IV
and Lady rit.herbert had a son or ons
the pro-fptet ol annoyance llmtn.'li them
or their lulls to the now rcljrnlnjr family
of Knjiland N not a inch- polbilllty, and
the fearoi'Hieh aiiuo.Miiiec fiimblie the
ino.t plau-lble key to the deiiiv of the
Lord , banecllor to rid the world of every
evidence of Hich a marrlaj-e.
.Mom: ki-.ki.i X
'I'hc doliii'ou Coiiuly JVk.ih Ives ti"
nu nddillonal chapter in the Kii-KIiinIhii
About four weeks age, a b.ind if ten or
a doi-ii marked men, called, in the nljiht
time, at the Iioiih' of Mr. Mllas MelMn
lei, who llvcjut aero" (he Wllliaui'on
county llneand about thicc niilcM from
.NVw Itiirndile. Mr. MeManiels uaseom
mauiled to ;et iipaud come out of the
hou-e. Heeouiplied witli tin niuiand,
and a he stepped out of tile hou-e was
seled by two or thru- of Ihe pui, while
.several others proceeded toapplv tie-rod,
.'Ivlnjr him about one hundred lah( s.
He wa then n-lea-cil r.ud peimltti'd to
return to Hie house, and th K.-K. took
On tlie ul!lit ol January 1.1th, u band of
twelve masked men went to the hou-e of
Wm. Camden In Williamson count v.
Camden was forced to el out of bed and
1 day the violin while a yoiui"; man m
had ealleil to Hay all night at CumdenV,
was made to dance for one fivll hour ami
until the solos of liN ftet
were vorn raw and became
very H)i e. The baud I hen left and
cro-;cd the Hue into John-oil count v, and
went to Levi Henderson's hou-e and
died for Hendei-on to come out. For
tunately for Mr. Ileiider.-on he wa- ab
sent from liume that ulxLl, and no
doubt C.sipcd,a lieajv,a -evcre lashhi".
Leaving lleiider-on'i, the bind p.issod
through Xew lluriiiide, and went abo'lt
half a mile .oulli of lowu to the residence
of Win. Sloan vxlu-re lliey .-topped, called
Sloan out, and It i- ald gave him a severe
logging, Inllictlii'j: about llfivlade-- on
"Tliee:uc not die only criun s coin-
mitled by tills baud of midnight marau
ders and cut-throat-," -av-the Y'i,mh.
ignite a imuiber of -imllai- outrages
mlglit be cited, hut the lew above leSwd
to will -erve our prcH-ul iiu-iio-e."
Till! tTTCH.Nlir.USlAN IILVMllMIS.
A Wa-hlngtoii siM-elal to the Chicago
7'iW sy tbiit Ibere Is ciukllig envy 111
the royal family, over the magiiillceiit
pre-enl lust rcecivid by lieiu ral Sher
man'- daughter I'roin (lie Khedive of
Kgvpt. It will in- iciucuihcrcd that the
weddings of MI-s Nellli) tiranl and Mist.
Minnie Shermaii took place last year,
only a few mouths apart. Kvcry attempt
was made to give tlm for ner an eclat
wliieli .-lioiild place it beyond tlie powt
of the hou-e of Sherman to rival. Invi
tations were o given that a grand occa.
sion and superb presents were Mire to
follow. Success en-lied, and the nuptials
at Ihe white hou-e were on sit -It a gor
geous scale that Hie family of William
Tccuuisch were unable lo equal I hem. Hut
nowconics tin one pre.-cnt, an Imperial
gilt from an oriental ruler, wnlch eclipses
tlie whole array of thoe tendered at the
Grant wedding. Wore still, it give- a
world-wide pre-tigo to the l'itcli-Sher-mau
nuptials for the Khedive lia never
sent so grand a gift to tlie bride at nnv
royal wedding in Kuropc. The Khedive
lias always been an ardent admirer o
Sherman, regarding him a- doal-o most
of the foreign rulers n the real military
genius of America. Nearly all of the
American olllcer,. now In the Khedive's
service have bn-n appointed on the recom
mendation of Gcu. Sherman; and the
gift Is regarded a- a further testimonial of
his Kgyptlau highness' csalted e-tlniale
or the g ral. The diamonds are really
worth $:iKMXI more Jewels, as the wife
of a cabinet olllcer ha- slid, than the
whole Grant family will own in a cen
tury. Arrangements are making bv wljielitlie
collection ol customs duties on the gill
will be Ignoied. The total duly Is sonic
?;td,(KM), the invoice, being based on Mr.
Till'anv 's estimate of the gift's valuation.
The Turkish minister i crv Indliriiant
that the cii-louis otllccrs should have
opened the package. Ho savs It was
known to lie a present dlreer from a reign
lug monarch to responsible parlies, and
that they idiould have been duly untitled
and the package only opened In the pres
ence ol thoM) to whom it
wa? addrcsi-ed. Ihere. was Insurance
on the precious bundle, l-siied hr u
Loudon company, to the amount'of
3.V),000. If there Is no rule by 'which
the payment of duty on a gilt of this na
ture can be honorably evaded, the Tur
kish embassy will liquidate the bill. As
everything belonging to (jrant and Ills
favorites comes Into any American port
duty free, it I, probable no iu-s will bu
made over this princely Instance of
smuggling in Hie Interest of his great
MTTIXI.'.S I.IVI.M) Alii'.
The numbers ol Hie Living .Uje, fur the
weeks ending January Jlidaud :10th, have
the following noteworthy article. : The
ltepuliliu of Venice; Us KUc, lM:lluo and
Pall, from the imtrly litvUw ; itnbens
and Vaudyck in Lnglaiid, TmtUu a M,,,,,,.
zinr; Saxon Studies, part III. iiy Julian
Hawllinriie, I'viilitnomri Jtnti'; Isnia
llla, by Tho.. Jii,gi,e., ,u,u--millan
letter.. pmhuuiI rcol-
lections, and contemporary notes,-
by S. 11. Townsheud Mayer, atntteman'.i
Magatint; International Vanities, VIII,
lllochcootl ; Charles and Mary Lamb,
their Kdllori and lllographers, Wttim'w
iter Hcrirw i Setting up n llutler, &xtur
(A'.i Jl ri nr; 'J'he Lllect of Kxlluou Prt--tenders,
SpreUitnr: Lonegvity .iiidllralu
Work, fyretntoi-1 The. ITtliiiale Conse
quences of Mr. Gladstone's Pamphlet,
KtoHomMi A Philological Puzzle, l'atl
Mall tiattttt: and the uitul
cliolce poetry and miscellany. Tlw-se
iiiiiiiIk'Is iiImi eonlahi part I of "The
Count's Daughters." ami Instalments of
the euterlalnliig serials "Alice Lorraine,"
by tlie author of "The .Maid of Sker," and
tin- story of "Valentine ami his llrother."
Wild filly-tun such numbers, ot Mxty
four large pages each, (aggregating over
HOOO pages a year) the subscription price
?) la low ; or .still better, for $10.r,) any
oncol the American SI monthlies, or
weeklies N .ent vvllli the l.klng Agt for a
year, bulk ;s-;iit. Lltlell A; Gay,
Iriiiilu .lane's t'a-liluu I itr 'fur IVIinioiy. J
It would lie perhaps d'illcult to suite
the exact l aii-e. Km eerialnly New York
women and New Vorl. girls never looked
bc-tier th.ui this winter. Perhaps one
reason Is Hist a large number of young
and iK-aUtifUl glrU have recently entered
siK'lelV! nliiillier U thnt neirrteil it'iuiim
OCCiqiy le-s of the background lf,,m fur-'
Ve-rlv. They have an acknowledged
place, receive much attention and dress
with more treneral la-te and elegance.
There h a preponderance moreover of
a fair stj le ot beauty which Is striking
and ahvay- attraetlvo. due less to any ex
traneous lifts to produce l'ali:and detvp
tive appearances-, than to the general
preference and encouragement given to
tlie "blonde" style and which makes wo
men prefer the gray or white hair of old
age and even its wiinkh-.s to auv process
or the use ol any constituent wlilcli will
h ive a tendency to darken the natural
tint of hair or skin.
There was a time when pounds of po
made and even bu'ier and lard were ucd
to give the requisite "dark gloe.s" which
wai coiisiuercit very iniieii as It Is lonlav
ntnoug the South-sea Maudcr the test of
beauty. If not of His skin at least of the
hair. Grease ol all kinds is nliurcd a
soiuctlllnir too dreadful for coiilennJatloii
and washes aresubstltute 1 of bav nun and
diluted ammonia which cleanse ami after
drying leave the hair light eleerie.
'I'l... . I .!..,.(" i.V l. I ..1. II..
something to do with the Improved av-
i iic.-i .iviii uitri, luu, lias iiutiuuiHCtll V
ieareuee oi lames, young anil OKI. i lie
grace of form Is no longer concealed to
the same extent as heretofore by the su
penibundaiiee of tire- and trimming
'lobe sure, lucre are Mill women who
pannier and poiif and bunch and riitlle.
iiuiine.v snow at sucti iltsailvantage lie
tide the cia.lc grace ol nioie reis-nt
tyie mat nicy must lie linn indml who
do not learn something nmtliee(iitr.tt.
TrcnlliiarTlip. VVronc IMvr.o.
Many times Women cull uon tlicirtim
Iiy tilivslclins. ncu with dvie'la, miotUur
with p:diilatou, aiiothc.' with troulilu ol
the blent, another with pain 'icre, and
tie r... and. i.ti this wjy they all prcsri.t
alike to Mieinselves ntnl thu'. easv.olii-
and hi t'Ueieu- doctor. , ep irate siiii illi-llin-t
d!sea-r, Tjr which lu prcfejlhe Ms
til ai.d po'lon-, :i'f liming to its hiieli.wheii,
hi i. inuy. ine are ail s Ulinoms call i d hv
nire uterine disorder: and wlikv- loer r.o
tlillseiilv fcblc reilinis to lialllnto 'lor n
time, ihey are Icnunuit nt' thu e.une, ai-d
e c'.iimgj iiiuir pmcla-it uiit:I hirpe tall,
aie m:dn. wlicu ttiu sutlcrilc.' patents nte I
i o hi'tli r In tlm end, but probable uorsj
Inr llio deluv, treatment, nud olhr cuni;!.
callous made and which u irniur ihlUI
' n d lui'lud u iliu .miiiu woiilil liavo cu.
tlrcly ri'inovu l, thereby instltutlnc health
and UJin'nrt Instead of pruloiiKcil uil-ery.
From Miss l.orlnda K. St. CUir, Slu'uix,
Alliens Co.. Ohio:
"ilr It. V. Plcrt-e. Diitralo. N. Y.-Voar
I'aMiritu Presc Iptiun is wurkti almot
llkiia miracle on me. I aiubcU.r already
than I have boon for over two ysars."
I'niiii I.'ll i A. .Vchafer, .micsvllU-. Ind.:
Dr. Pierce I rrcsivml tho medicine
you sent incaudhcinii using It luiinudiatelv.
As a icsiilt of tlie treatment I feci better
than 1 have lorttirco years."
Prom ilrs, John K. lljiallln, Odell, Ills.:
"Dr. Pierce-The Favorite Prescription
has dorm me good, which lam very thank
Dr. Plorce's Favorite. Prescription U
sold by dj i ers Inuildlclnei.
Dealer in Fresh Meate
notweon Washlturton nnd Commorclnl
Avotvuea, luljolnim,- Ilanny's.
Ki:i:i's !nrMlutliel it It. e r. Toil;, .Mution
v !iil, ljonb. .siui-u);'. Ac . and I, ptu
liariil to serve luinlliis In un utiiiilablc iiimiuvr
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds, hard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATII. &c.
Mill anil Yard,
Cornor Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
Between Wushinitton nnd Commorcial
rpiil.ltl, more flm in the
.1. l liroiims l'l,U( K tlmiiHiiy
liulnliil nr iirinlnl story Unit Ims
Uh-ii kUpii in ihu iiutilli) fur yinrs.
Svwr biHitx-1 in. imvii iwcoiilftl to
mi) iili'iuii.iirn tof pletin-es, tbe
po(.nliiy tin-,,. ( Iiroiuos lmie
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llauk liunibcls can bo supplied at any
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of' the 'lliroat and
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tliroucliGUt tills and
ether countries, h.n
ihotvn that it docs
r urclv and ptTectusllv contml litem. Ihe tes-ilrnnm-
of our ben rltliPii. of all clarf-f. c.
ta' :ilie tlio faet, tliat fllElsliY 1'r.noii.vi.
wi'l a- 1 iV- relieve iinl euro the atlhctinR
H..nr. inr.f t Iii 1 iroKtand Luiio bcvoii-l any
ct'icr nie.br. .ic. I be mtxt nangerous ancc
tlou tf tlio I'uhnonary Oritanv yield to its
riowe. : r.l cn.fi ol i oilsuiupuoii, cure-i
t'.i.s iirepamtion, nu publicly known, so
pmvu i ' nanny in oo oenevoi, ,irro
tlii-v r.r.t pwVPii bevond ilipute. Ai n rrin-t-.lv
is i iiiteiputif, "i wlileh tlie public may
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Hi - fji . iiiii..-. ff more jeriou difet'c, It
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tiiil, nu I ronvhi.-i;i the most icetitical.
Kvi-rv family hould Keep It on hand ns a
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Practical and Analytical Chemists.
SOLD 11 V ALL DIIUOOISTS EVKRrWIIElUb.
restoring o Gray Ilnir its
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ir yrai lutit
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I'l.icllcnl nml Annlyticnl Chemists,
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