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llcn.llnr MnMrr mi t'.wry I'akc.
JOUWH. ODERLY, Editor.
rdiliicah'c iMiinlolp.il okvtlon emne nil'
Ir will Iwu-ry trying to .Mr. .Minnie
Kitcli, If Conpv"" nilourm nml tloeMi't
mn tliu bill allowing her iliniiioml tnjro
tlirongli the rtistom liotiso frcu ol duty.
Mil. Ct.v.Jir.XTS Is evidently determined
to go down with lit pnrty. IIU linmr
U not to lie found among tlio tlilrty-tlirce
Hepubllcan who voted against the force
Mk. riniCK O'Haiii. the iiieiiilxr of
the Illinois Iloiiv of Itepresenlatlvc.- who
Is "fornlnu" tnatlng,whate.ver he might
have Ikvii hefoiv he lecatnc an m-scmhly-
iu:in of the srivat state of Illinois, Is now
a man of whom It would bo false to say
he U obeure or unknown. Ills name Is
now more widely known than riater'f
nml his fame has cone to the uttermost
end? of the State, and ha run over Into
the neighboring commonwealths.
Tur. l'ev. Albert Dyke, an Eptpl
f.forivmiin if Vm Orlaii. Hi nut lsr '
his wife to whom he was ,rrl
month ago. Tlcoupr to w-irWr
attaclK.il to each other. b Ptko ,
Ik' hJ N Hfcirrkd. 4 tku; l
a-xs a rSoUri-wi ot I-jaT ,i'.-ri.
one w ife," atfectsl .Mr. UxVe' mSoA mi
he iaratel trom xU nik; --he U-ir tl
secoml one. The y.mg bly"s tri-wis
have Ixxun ult against htm for th ni
port of hi wile, and his church ho con
demned hi conro. btiHie l Ann In w Itat
he denominate hi- duly.
Tun Morj- of the "soul-wife," a re
published In another column of the Bcx
i.imx, If pretty, but sad. It must have
been a ioek totheenthu-lastlc, scientific.
that the luinlnout halo which enveloped
hli toul-wifc the light from the 'blue
beyond" win only the rcilectlon of a
common magic lantern. A Terra Haute
medium. It I. iilllrmcd.wclgli lit materi
alized ,ho-U. If Mr. Gouveinier could
haveliiken t lie precaution lo have hi.
xotil-wifu weighed, lie mlghlhavc. escaped
the deception which the money loving
medium practiced upon him. I.etthU be
a warning lo peoplo who patron l.c spir
itual medium. Iu-i-t on having your
plrlti weighed, If tlieynre found want
ing, you can't be fooled. It imiy be "a
dim and perilous i'-oi,'" but have 'cm
weighed all the .-ame.
Tin: city of London ii In danger of
being eaten up by rat-. The danger i
In the future and does not trouble Lon
doners very much. The rat of London
live In the sewer, In the brick drain, In
the backs of llre-pluce.-. under the floor
ing nml lx'twecn niftcri'. Their rat-sen.e
I Mirpri-lng. and' Hie -ewermen of Lou.
Ion believe they buvc u lmigiuio of their
own. An eiiterprl-lng .slatl-llclan calcu
late that one pair ol rat, with their pro
geny, will produce In three year, nix
hundred and lorty-'Ix thousand, eight
hundred and eight. It Is uge-tcd that
active, measures be taken lo avert the
danger threatened by this rapid hiereaie.
It I fortunate that Loudon has no liergh.
He would nip In the bud all measure- for
the extinction of the rat nuisance.
"A ii i i.i. to r.i.r.rr unA.vr ron
The Hou'o of Ilepreentat!ves pa-'ed
llii-eaucu force bill on Saturday la-t.
The vote flood, yeas one hundred and
thirty-five, nays one hundred and four
teen. Thirty-three L'epubllcan- and all
the Democrats In the House voted against
the bill. The names of the oppoilng He-publiea!'-
are a- follows: Banning,
ISurehard, Hurkigh, ( roun-e, Crutch-
Held, Dam, 1 oiler, (Jarlleld, Hale of
.Maine, Harrl-on. llawley ol Conn,. L I!.
Hoar, G. Hoar, iva-ou, Kellogg.
Lownde. Mcl'rary. Mcrrlam, I'help-,
Pierce, I'olaml, K. II. I.'oberts, Scuddcr
of New Yoik, .Seller, Sliociunker, nillli
o New York, .Smith of Virginia, Smith
ol North Carolina, Starkweather. Stan
itrd, Willard of Virginia, AVIIIard of
Michigan and Williams of .Michigan.
The thirteenth -ectlon of the bill. In
reference to uensIon of habrua mrpun
wa-amended Ma to limit its operation
lo LouUlana. ArkaiKi-, MIsM'.-lppI and
Alabama, and a fourteenth cectlon wa
added limiting the time for the thirteenth
section to two years after the parage of
the bill and to the end ol the ncxl -i Ion
The bill will not reach a third reading
In the S'liate before Wedue-dar, when
the Demoei-at may Iw able to defeat Its
passage by dilatory motion-.
TIIIU MII. KMHIIN .111.1..
The cl II right-bill pas.cti the Senate
on Saturday by a vote o thirty-eight
yeas to twcnty.Mx na. .-..;nato'i Al
wni, Allison, Anthoio. Iloreman, Jlout
well, Cameron, Chandler, Clayton, Conk
ling, Conover. Craln. Kdinund-, l'crry
of Michigan, Klanagan. rrelhiglmynm.
Harvey, Howe, Ingalls, .lonet, Logan,
.Mitchell. Men ill of Vermont, Morton,
Ogleehy, I'atterfon, I'enns Pratt, ltani-ev.
I'obertton, Sargent, Scott, Shennaii.
fcpeneer, Stewdrl, Wathburn, We.-t, WIu
dom and Wright voted In the affirmative
bcnatorn llayard, Itogy, Carpenter,
cooper, liavis, Ucunl-, haton, Ferry of
Connecticut, Goldthwaltc, Cordon, Ha
ger, Hamilton or'Jexat, Hanilllou of
Muryland, Kelly, LcwU, Mcfinery, Mer
rimon, Norwood, llansoui, SauUbury (Ste
lnau and '1 Ipton voted In the negative
Xo tpcechci were made on the iKinocratlc
side ot the house, this cour K-liig ex
puinea ny tho authorized statement of
borcml prominent wnatoiv that (lie o)In
ion prevailed so generally that thu su
prcme court will decide the bill uuconstl-
lutlonal that (he Democratic senator re
garded It politic to abandon the Idea of
a factious light. On the ltepnblleau .side
Senator Carpenter made a notable .speech
nguln( (ho hill, In which he declared hi
confidence (hat "If it became n law, the
Judicial courln would Intervene to rludl-
eatethc coiiMltiitlon. '
Ham.'a Vegetable Sicilian Hair He
newer now eland among (he llrel, and at
(he head of all articles lor n similar pur
pose. The testimony of our phyelclans
Is conclusive a to Us value ; and we an;
personally ncqiinliitoil with score ol ease.
where It lia been ued with (he beet of
results. It will re-tore gray hair (o II
original color, and leaves It gloy.and In
a healthy condition; while, for heads
troubled with dandruff, or any dNease of
the scalp. It act like a charm In cleans
ing them. Try it. and you will not K
disappointed. Lf'H 0-i'i; Mnv
.More of Itmmtrir rltirc I'riprr is In'
IKromthr Journilof imm.tve
A lamo nart of the throe nMlksf
United Slate note aod Nn.. lost. str4e 1
vi. iliOI-it.wl nn.1 llMAwlnl f.r V. I
vv, iv.ii -,i i-ir nni.i sm i
ofl.tl twill K.t ( IIIMMt 'tfr "ifi f tJKA 1
FtiMk-c iir f
U msHv immaiwL iv ri-
Mtent Oat W7.s runt ifc 1 m-
vA,,c mfl t ,lltf WJJ; ,,
scisttatr Jw Hvt tumAnsi) Mir Hnjtn-y-
-Dunttrifr -b-c rtnui Hit mn
ArtJur -w t m fsrt Ur ri Qiilue
jsix.-v Tin- s's
il h s(&t m ,ri:-sj 1; fflif-Ji-
that irr tlnl 'xHia via&ciHRt ran.
tttnliy em trwu jt ,-4c
b' the TrtasBrT. A m-vrt mti ttrenz
in-iMtm-ii tiOrvi K ue irvm eciM f
tKHt woaM brio? in a bam of stoplm:
not.? aih! ovr-l-u for revhsjrxino. uti
;hu dii..v!c -ooietrbat thr extent of :be
IinprtM f inrnti in TrlKraphy.
H'liat appear- to l a viloable tele
graphic improvement has lately b-n
brought forwanl bv M. Lemas-on. in
France. Its chief feature Is the capability
ot Mug rapidly set ii. The post are
each made in two or three fcctlons. lilting
into one another, thereby allowing theiii
to be reduced to one-half or third their
greate-t height. The lowest -ectlon, In
order to facilitate erection, Is provided at
it-e.Micmlty with a tecl point: the
upper -cillon I furnished with
ebonite insulators, which screw
on to the end of the posts. Steel-fastening
collar-, or ring?, titled with screws to
press and contract the collar?, bind to
gether the M.'etlnna anil permit the height
to bo regulated according to the nucd-T of
In case of u military march, the potts
may be taken to piece, and therefore
more easily handled than 1- the ca.-e oth
erwise, especially when, as in steep and
rugged road, they have to bo transport
ed on the back of animals. The con
struction of a line on ground open to the
eau be carried out at the height of a man,
without need of ladder or expo-urc of
men, and rapidly cnouch to lollow the
movements ol an army.
Tlie Uiiiixn AKrlviilturul College.
(New Yoik fcun.
Tho llou-e, Committee on Kdueatlon
and Labor, In Its report on Agricultural
College., say that they have not been able
to obtain replies from Kansas to their in
quiries hi regard lo the Investment of
money received irom the sale of Govern
ment lands; neither arc they able to give
any statistics of the educational results
derived from the establishment of :m Ag
ricultural College In that State. To tho-o
who know the character of the politicians
who have controlled the public affairs of
Kaua of late years. It will not be sur
prising that n policy of reticence Is ob
served in regard to the disposition made
of the laud granted to the State. It Is
very safe to nsume that If there has not
been Jobbery In connection with
these grants, It mu-t. have been
from oversight or unaccountable negli
gence. It seems there is, however, an
Agricultural College In Kansas, and a
U estern journal gives thcstatlstlcs which
the Congressional committee were un
able to obtain. According to this author
lty. from 18(17 to 1871, eleen young men
and nine younr women graduated from
thu Institution. Of the loriner, live are
lawyers, tnrec doctor., one a minister.
one a reporter, and one a .soldier. Of the
nine girls, two arc teacher, and the other
seven are reported as Having no occupa
lion ol any Kind, r roin present appear-
miee- u noes uoi M'em as luougu me
larnilug lntere.-ts ol Kansas are llkclv to
bebonelltted to any great extent bv Its
How en to lie fnllril Vt'ilneNse foi-llir
Xi.w Voiik. February 2.S Utile Italnl.
1'iltoii. about who-e naternltv iloiibt. w-.k
r.iUed In the statements and tethnonv In
the gicat scandal case, is renorted dcfinr.
Indge Function, of couu-el for Tlllou
ay? : "Our iide. Instead ot havlntr nnv
objection lo hearing what Mr. Itowen ha
lo sav. are going to invite him on the
land when wc commence rebuttal, nml
woaroconllileut hcdeslros to -eak the
truth, and it I. our Intention lo give him
an opportunity lo explain his connection
wiiu panics ungating." - staled
J'racV llils Vet 'J50 naves ol'liiniinnerlnt r
his speech to read, wVilch will take a dav
ai leani lo complete.
Mr. Ileeeher will likelv Ik- the llrst wlt
;iets called by the defense, probably
1 ui-day. He will be examined bv Kvart's
and Porter, and cross-examined y Fill
lerton. it Is expected he will be on the
.-land ten or twelve days.
Mr. llowen will nut bo called on the
Itcs-le. Turner and Mrs. Morse will bo
witnes-e on Mialf of lleecher, as will
Mrs. Porter, with whom Mrs. Tllton
boarded when -ho wrote the Catherine
To prove allegdl con-piracy, lleecher
wilt be reinforced by Clalllu, White.
S orr-, Ilalllday, Caldwell, and others or
ill- roni:rc'':itloii. ulm u-ui
subject of adulirv
fHhleet of ailultry was never
by Illton until the mt etlni'of
committee In July last.
of the church
THU MKFKNDANr TtKRH Tlir. SCAN'DU.
IMO Till: I.KCIUIK-IIOOM.
uS",.0!" 1ljri"iry 2".-Kev. Henry
Ward lleecher, In hi; Iccture-rooni talk
IH night, touched the scandal, in sub-
jiaucc, as ioiiows: "For thirty vcars I i
nine pnaeiieii io yountui nave tried to
expound the word of Uod lo you. In my
old aL'e, my I-'nlher has seen lcstto ailllet
me with a severe and prolonged trial. 1
am not hall us anxious about the result of
this trial us that I shall llvu during Its
continuance and ailer Its termination,
and I pray that my example may bo thai
ofatiusilnir, patient follower of Christ
Jesit. and I pray that your many prayers
may he, answered 3lmply thai I may be
known to men as a Christian."
The termination onus Invocation wag.
"help us to live, thn( we may bo able to
snv, "Tliv will be done," If Thou art with
us who can be against u. '
ANOI'IIKII Of TltAl'V'. WIM SHOTS.
Messrs. .leremlah 11. and George C.
liobiuson and Franklin Wood roll pub
lished a card (hi morning In answer to
portion of (leu. Tracy's owning address
tor tlie defendant, and say .Moulton has
been n partner of the (Inn of Woodruff A
llobinson fur more than (en year, (hat
hi conduct as a partner ha alway been
frank mid jut, and Umt the dissolution
ofthetlrm has not been Intlneuced by the
Tlltnn-Hcecher controversy, but was re
solved upon one year a.io.
tSfN'one but a phj slcUm knows how
inucb a nilable ni'-ntir Is u.nloil by
the HH)nle. On all side ofn. In Ml com
munities c cry w here, there strv multitudes
w ho suffer from complaint thM nothing
but an .WfMwfir run-. Hence a great
many of them hawUvn nude and put
abroad with the asumKV ofMnc effect
ual. Hut they Ml to vowoftsh the
cures they protulse. Nvnu-e they have
not thelnmnsk1 1r?iw they (Mm, In
thl UU w Or. ,i. I . Atr.K vV
i Co.. of r-JI, Hxr !irHM Cvvih-nt
r.isT - mh . rr5
if r" fT'T-?
hftC JTf'OC MVMSOIM klfKtTOrt WnOM
rtto the iwrV U iht H o the
f-K nlioH M 1- revwtwerwle-l.
rkj-Wim H IM T)rtrWw)ioo. mlmvc
rtK ww ' vv-
iW-vlvt out inehhi' wp s- i.l.i-r'
nifitWitt)e, Imjwtati; tlim It -hotiW! )
Imtf M-r 1 'i, .-nntnln- vllf fip--ic fw)---OB-
uli h-piiiw ttiiteitnu- ire -vs-iiVeiM-4
Hitw. M4Hnp nrwoi mipnrtom otj-hhs,
k it lu-p- lr r Vldncyv She ffr i
7nj MI-B4rou TJotirt it "tmliowei. es rir
mis v VtNif TlwlT tiioptl ir. s iinrt brbttbr
nftti Jiunc tittd Tn?-f r jxxiiktlj 4or UnV
t; u tills 7krr)rirtr ..i6 t iW v-r
liut U njr sa-ltf. No TfiwMef ss-JiM IL ei
ntanc ejmt iy TJf Tf tJ eAwef a
.c-ft CfuittK K til 4-ravrs If Vul VW4.
M jj . n." Pi -cm t lie --t)ru
' -avtt i?fc: o-U-n f try titltm n4ic
: u tmrt txrr -t is. sk 4ec W rv--o(-
:. .-a tire t-Mtr utrt ire int.-r:'
f!.Mt-(- k iVsia!KJr. K sriaoet ur:
Ml. Till b; ', if tts litre it ir.'
.' .'t.t is )Jn: ir 1 il
dire. iJ thu dli- i tizxtr.
lit Vk Ddt rui tTi-1 bis LUseoterr
tor thi: di Tt; be Vb')t i:
to bt tL iuo: ffirchln bljjj e tinr
ret JiscovtrnI, aiw ta'ltwil fte the
blood asd vtem ot all Otber kuonn Mosd
piou. Cc ther inlnul, rtetablc or lata
cwt. The GolJnDl!cjrery U wrrntd
br bun to cure the wor-t forni ol ,'kln !).
c.ie, is all lonni o( itloti-hei, I'iUplrs sad
r.tutJtloQt. aho all Cilixilulir swellms- and
ttic wort form ot Scrofulous -ud I Iterated
sores of Xcck, Lci or other parts, and all
crotiilou Dlteaies of the Uones, as Wid'e
Swtlllngs.Vcver Sores, Hip Joint and Spi
nal Unease', all ot which belong to sort'i
COSnilMKIi-IIII- JOINT M.K$t. Ct'HED
Y. C.ROVK Station, In., July II. l-.'2.
Dr. I'lEltCK, Ilninij, N Y :
I)e r Sir My wife ilr: became lame
nine years aso. Swel log wo lid appear
and disappear on upv oi),;du sue wa- grad
ually bccemlng reduced, and her whole
cyUem rotten with dlsoa-o In IS71 a -wcl-lfiiK
broke on her hip discharging!! ir,rc iUan
titles, and since that time lucre arc ski en!
openings. llae ha i live doctors nt an ex
pense oi fi'ii, who fay Homing win do any
good hut a Mirglcal operation.
July lfith, IS7J, ho writes thus: My wife
hi certainly received greatbena It Iroin tho
uo ol your Dhcovery, lor she was not able
lOKClou mo lieu and was not expected to
live a week when the commenced using It,
uycariieo. the In- been doing iuot of
her work (or over six mouths, llasued
twenty bottles and still ulng It. Her re
covery Is considered as almost n inl'nile,
and wo attribute It all to the u-u nf your
valuable medicine. I can cheerfully re
commend it as a blood purifier and
strength ro-torcr. J. M. ItoniN.-o.v.
Discovery Is sold by druggist. 3-2. Iw
BOX and BASKET CO
All Vlnd7 Imnl and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &o
Mill and Yard,
Cornor Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
Between Washington and Commercial
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington and Commercial
Avenues, adjoining Uanny's,
K;i:i'S fiiriale tliebtM llccf, I'mk, Sltilton
ml, Ijiml), 1-auaaKr, An . unil In lire
l'rl to uru' fuinlllm In mi acceulaljle iiiunntr
Wholesale, Retail and
Corner Poplar and
6rlJigheHt Cash Prico paid for
Hokh and Cattle.
171011 the nrKs,ly i-ure of Stmlnal Wwknraa,
...,...V-,t.,M'"",00'1 all UUonlm lirouirtu
lim tlie InitrwllcnN,
mi uy inuucretioni or tx.
K. IIILTOK A CO.,
TILE DAILY BULLETIN.
rrslIK Ufl.r.KIIX IspiiWIIiheafTtrymoriilnK
(rircpt Momtaj) 111 the llnllrlln DulMlu-f, cor
nrr Wellington hvuiuc mil Turlnb tttxtl.
InL liui.Lttt.i Is iarrol to city subscrllwra by
fullliful crrlrrit Tflcjityl'Ivc Cents a Week,
7ablc wif kly. lty Mall, (In alranrt) , 10pr
annum) six Iiiuiitlin, 0 tlm-e montlis, S1) one
niontli, SI i.
Till WEEKLY BULLETIN.
rabli-lK-l (irrr Thumlsj- moniln; at 1 M
px annum, Inrsttably In ajtancc 'Ihr poiLiKF
on the WVlj- will b prrpsilJ at till orticr, -o
Uu-i raWribrrt will obtain for a ub.-crlpllori
rf t a j-r.
f a t L Y .
ISoMrrs- C ri . rr a&ncm, S 0
Ont v-cin. oat te-trtlaa, , I Ol
t'tnt ugakTt. .- Sf,,ir-rit.. 1 .V)
n m.rr m t1, 1
Oik fUk!T. 1 srwVi,-. .- i .')
Onrnlr. H-t "n V,... 4 lO
Ow (-rr. tf JTh, I (O
Onf wr, lnrnm, f I f
TM rsivsnnrt hi-fnB,. S)
UT rrratir 4trrtltrt Wf oSfTfai-nwIu-
I kK):i, u i4 m rat etttrpr and nun
1 r-rt t Mtrltrt; ttir fsivr.
, C-.Vt4kx la lnal catena iMtcd for rif
j ha i'nu r 1Ib fr ae'iaitrtion, T-naty
j .mt a tfete fr twe lank-as Twfaljr-IlTt
J Cral? a lice Ibr tarr In-trtluB. Tlilrtr-'ie
j CU a !! fr ecc week, aud strnt.r-l'le
CaN a liae for one moDlb,
Ccnunua'-caUona upon anbjecta of gen
eral Interest to the public solicited.
C5".ll ltllers thould I aljirtwl to
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation.
Acku(mlnlttil by nil roo'I Muilclun to U- the
Iwnt 1'luiui nuw made.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which ive have solJ over 40J during
twelve yearn pa-t, becoming more nml more
popular ever)- day.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
Splendid tone, Power and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very tine imtniment, adapted to Inntru
mental ai well an vocal inii-ilc.
AM. TIIK AJIOVK AltK OKKEKKD ON
haty Monthly Payments at lowllirures
rcfe'ardleK of Mm l'rices.
In great variety, Including nil the new
and popular mii-lu ol tho dav.
Order from the Country"
promptly lllluil and M'lit
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS,
FItENCIl II AIM'S, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Furnished to Order.
STRINGS FOB VIOLINS, OUITAKS, ETC.
Ol the nest Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all grades for I'lnno or Volcu.
JSTEvery description of Mimical Mer
ebandlse furnished to order, promptly ami
at prices lower than ever ottered before.
UKNCY ALSO 01'
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Catalono and Price
I.Ut of these beautiful groupes,
All Ooodi. Warranted aa Repreientod.
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
I'rcaMtnt Cairo HulUtln Company.
K.J. Ayn S. I). Arret. 1
i ni flf7 II I 17 1 nil IX ." a v
mm dAMH! & co-
U2 COMMERCIAL AVE., 1 A.I
CAIRO1 ILL' And general AQJ
E. MAXWELL & CO.
ItAILWAY MACHINERY and BURNING
- No, 610 North Main Str.et
BT. LOUIS, MO,
A0XNT8 FOR REgH PLTJMBAOO OIU
COMJl INS !. MimCIIANTN.
AMI IT AI-l.lt IN
hl'.lV., CEMENT, PLASTER,
U u dor City National Bank.
IWII.I, Sell In oir-loul lots nt Mnunf.ictuITrs'
price-, mMIni: Frrliilit
FLOUR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHILLIS
;-rtrior lo .Ii.hn 11 PhlUU)
And t)ralrr in
HAY, ORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agents for LAFLIN & RAND POWDKR COI
rCorner Tenth Strcot and Ohio
7. 1) MjUiuk I: ( t'lil.
MATHUSS & UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, nAY AND
ST. JOHN'S and
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly nttonded to.
CffirTo largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo aro prcpurcd
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or yoar, at uniform rates.
CAIKO CITY COAL COMPANY.
C"IIllliUy Ilm 'h nfficc, Vq TO Ohio Leue.
Cfllulliiluy llro 'm wharlliout.
t.'i-AI I:k ftian MUN, or
S3"At the UkiI Iiuriip, foot or Tlilrty-l'.iKlit
CS-I'oit Olllce Omner. .f)
Coal and Wood Yard.
PITTSBURG and ILLINOIS
T7"EI'T nmslunlly on hand nt Hon Yard
Ix Commercial nrenne, opponlle llrodi
tJnlcru prninpllj lllltd.
Coal and wood ilcllviittl frre of charre
Ttrmittrlctlv chuh aiMO-CmS
"IDy virtue nf an llxreutlon to me lhwltd by
JJlliu Clerk of the I'lmilt Court of Alexiiniln'
l.'imnly, In Hip Male of Illinois, In liuor of Al
fred II. Mi Hon I, unitnf of Alexander II Irvln
a I..... ,..(... it ii- , I I....f..l .....
niui ukuiiimi uimiii ii iiiui.ii. i iintv u-iit-., iim'
on thu InlliiMinu tlexcrilicd pniinity, In Ihc
County of Alexander nml Mate of llllnoit, lo
wit. All llm i Il-1iI .title anil Interest of Bald John
II. Drown, in mid In llui Nnrthwent fjuiiiK'rrif
tne aouilinrii nuurirrni prciimi iniiiy-one i n),
in Townnhinlllleen (IS) smith, and in UaiiKe
one (I) wet of the third 1' M ,idn lilnrk niiin-
nercn olio uj, two izi, inrrr i.i), iimr in
(31. tlx (tf).kcien (7) and elvht (-1) In the tout) ol
Unity In aid rnunly and Mate, us the pinnciiy
nt'saiililuhn 11. Ilrown, wlileli I uniill ollerat
Piililln Nuln ill llm Knlllli.Wrkt llnnr Of Hie Colli t
Houte, In the City of Cairo, In tin- County of
Alexumlcr ami Mate ni iiiinnia uu me loiinu
(Uh) day of .Maivli, A, I) , 1x74, at the hour of
eleven oVlock, A. M. , lor r-uli, to witlsfy eald
JjXeCUllon, in.r.v u. uu
Mierln of Alexander County, IlllnoM
Gdro, lll.. Kobnury flh, JS74.
Commission Merchants TKgjiEjp
i num t riTi-e i i ! 1 s is is Timmm LSBaasrm mwm mn rxi
PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES.
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOOES, COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, . WINDOW GLASS,
BRUSHES, SOAPS, COLORS, OILS,
TUBE COLORS, DVii STUFFS,
CHEMICALS, PERFUMER V,
VARNISHES, ETC., El 0.
" TTi: )lleU f.iirri"mdi'nre and -.i-l r ft.
W of p.N iii on, line -liimi..it, l'l..i
I11U-I Willi n-luUile liu,-! ai n-.wiui..-1
WHOLESALE St RETAIL, I CA3
7J Ohio Lovee. ' '
Should be soli by the Hardwa
Wo havo replenished our Job Printing Olfico with
many fonts of new type and havo orders out for other
fonts of the latest popular styles. W v are determined
to establish the reputation of our ofli io for first-class
work, and make our prices so low that the most enthu
siastic patrons of foreign cities will bo compelled to ad
mit that we do work at lower prices than any other of
fico in tho country. Mr. Oberly, admitted to bo one of
tho best practical job printers West and South, has
assumed personal supervision of tho job printing de
partment, and will ondoavor to give satisfaction to our
SXTBSCHIBE FOB. THE
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
in DirwrlrM, Ptivtlelin and n-nral "lorn In w T
ti.t.R .tn i uinilif .Mi-ll-in- l j- fi nu'.t I cr ,
R0 I ltSTAIL & PRESCRIPT! 0 t
nohin"to'- A v.. Cor 8th
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m.M. 5e flWai!liIM"Jl'v
Goods Trade ever
:r crrits t"t" :::: cr :w ri::i32 mis siatit.
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