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JOKJC B. OBULY, Sdltor.
The Jeff'" I" "lc Tlllon-lk-cclipr
Kandal rwtoil, nnd soToral ttltiunses
lu trbuttAl liave been litanl. The Tllton
)awfc iroioH'il to llccclier's latvjm to
waive nil objection to the Introduction of
,Vr. Tllton ni witness nml permit the
Jury to hear her evidence, but thcilefen'e
nfU'ed to lawu up mo jpiunue. wins
thrown down. Tho trial will probably
run out with the current month.
Tiir. Ai-roRXKT ;i:.i:itAf.Miiii'
When the determination to remove.' Mr.
William from the oflleo of Attorney
tneral by resignation. had been nrncd
at by the President. Itetcnderciltlicplim!
to ex-Senator Matt .'iirienter, who de
clined to receive It. Ill Kxeclleney then
propov-d to liU cabinet the appointment of
Hon. Benjamin F. Hutler, but what Is call
ed Uie better class of the President's ml t U
m ltrittnw and Jettcl Mrcnuoiislt op
posed the proposition, and it tt;i- aban
doned. Mr. rierrepont was then deter
ifclneduiKin. lie had given the l're.l
dint agitt of V)frf W.i- rich and had
tome ability In the law. a combination of
ipt.slltles llttlnj Mm peculiarly tor n
lilac near the I'relilent, and he tr.n ac-
eenllnglr appointed. Mr. l'ierrepotit
will, It l. lielleveil, be an Improvement
unon Mr. William, and may dUcharw
the tliitfi of the oiliee with mite ability.
A muuUr of new-paper editor- arc now
in trouble, bein? under the la-It of the
law and fearful that It will dc-cend and
course them. In Chleijjo. Mr. Storey,
of the Timrt, lias had one verdict ot
luJititrred up:i;rnlu-t liltn. uud lia In
court a swat nunih.T of llliel nlt that
may result In taking' from hi- pockets nil
the money In tliein, and In his imprison
ment ilurlnjrlife. At Springfield, M:usa
rhiiictt.', the -tilt of Willi. I'hclp- of that
city ajrain't the Spriajfitld lltp'ibliean for
SWWOO damage, on account of an nl
lejftd libel apalnit Id- character, was put
on trial UfOM the Supreme Court, Judge
vnilhm 0. L'ndleott ol .Salem presltllng.
April 2'Jth. The plalutitl' eptv-lnsr
v. Mi to dUpoure with a jury and try the
ea-e Wore the Judjre alone, a- a netv law
ot that State allows, the defendant nccpil-e-Cvd.
and tlie tria I will po on before J udzu
Kndicott. Lt.-nj. F. Thoma- of, Ito
ton I- the leading eouiijel for the
pbintln, and Uichanl II. D.iua, Jr..
ami Charles Allen. of Ilo-ton lor the
iWenJmt. The trial will probably
Ut tictwien one and two week.
lUKI) I I.TirR II. DlMM.lYft AT('C..
Optsin Indrcth, chief of the Cetiten
ubl Itun-ati of Agriculture, and Ids iis
Uints are calliii!,' the attention of tlie
agriculturists of the country to the Im
portance of that department of the lntcr-
nrjooal Exhibition, and they report that
tltoa'JooV In tbat direction Is prornl
lr.. Among other letters that the bu
reau la received i a conununieation
troa the Ohio. Sutc Hoard of Agricul
ture, -tatlng tliat that body w ill make n
ttrytuU exhibition ot the resources ol the
Sate live Mock, agricultural products.
Wi-tic.-. Ac; from the State Hoard of
the Centennial Manager- of Illinois an
ooancbp that they propo-c to make a
complete agricultural display, including
tine collection of geological specimens
Iudicatin;' the results of the preMMit Mir
ey of the state; irom the Saw York
Agricultural Society asking for Informa
tion; from the Nebraska State Hoard of
Agriculture Mating that arrangement
arc being wide for proper pre-eutation,
and from the Peninsular Agricultural
and I'omoiogical Association of Dcla
rc making application for ;t large ex
tent of fpsce.
Inafpctehrnadeby Charles Francis
Adams -'r., at the Schur. dinner in New
Vork, he Mid: "VVearehr.!iii.l.ss nollt-
leal wanderer., the ehcri-hnl inmates of
io warm party to!.. v,; are Republi
can! to-day whh lilalne lu Maine and
Uumlierlalu In South Carolina; Demo
crats to-tnorrow with Tlldeu In Albauv
witl Uayanlln Delaware." Mr. Adams
t uie imlcpuid'-iits like
cut upon hint." Although Mr. Evnrts
mado application of this quotation by
saying King Caucus was the sellUli
King retctrvd to, It need no person of
great penetration to see that ho Intend
ed to and did descrlho Presi
dent Ci-ant. The President, like
(Jeorgi) IV, hates tho liest men
of both parlle. He ilo.' not hesitate to
declare his dislike of the prominent Dent
ooraU, and has he not crushed, one utter
the other, I he best men ot the Itepubll
e.ut party! Sunnier, Trutntxttl, Seliur?,
Um. Kvart mid Cox verily all the
ptotu ers ol tho Uepubllenn pat ty he has
manufactured Into political coi-pHM. Ills
favorites are niett llku Hutler, Williams
Shepicrd, Delano, Packard, nml others
ot this 1.1ml, who arc siibcn lent to hint:
and, In the construction ot hi cabinet, Im
proved that he had so little public spirit
he would rather hac the country weak
than strong. He overlooked the I'vart.('
of the Republican party, and -elected the
Horlc. Whatever Air. Kvart- may say,
he drew a picture of President Grant in
liN speeeh, and he w 111 bo upeeled by
not a few of doing o with mullce, o ;-
Tiir. 4.iriii.i' s iit'Kiii iv tiii:
TheXew York Ittrottl, hi an aitiele
upon the Inteiv.-tlug eeretiionk of the
Investiture of Cardinal MeCio-key, .-ays
It is a Well-kuown fact that at the Ix-giu-
tilug of the Revolution our people were
not only aggrvilvcly Protetanl, but
that they denied ordinary political rlghti
to the Cntholle.-. Tim event-! of the war.
however, removed In part the prejudice
against Catholics, and gavo that religion
a sure footing in the Republic. Kranee,
a Catholic nation, was our nltv ; Mary
land, a Catholic colony, .wa -teadfast and
loyal to the eau-eot the Revolution; to
Canada, lu which French Catholic, pre
dominated, we made overture'' for alii
nuee., and In many other ways were the
harp edge- of the pre'udkv against
tlie I'atliolle- rounded oil'. In
I".!!, the year that our national gov
ernment was organled under the pre
out coii.-titutlou. i'ope Pius VI. created
the flr-t Catholic Hl-hop, ami tint-organized
the Catholic Church hi the fnlted
State-. I he creation of an American
Cardinal by another Pope Pius, in the
year in which commence- the centennial
celebration of the Republic, is lgnlll
cant, and mils attention to the great In
crease In the power of the Catholic
Church. It has grown from a few hun
dred member- to millions, and It 1- "ath-
ering It- convert In tloek-.
Some, but happily very few. eitlen
have professed to be alarmed bv the in-
en-a-lii" power of Catholicism. Thev
-ee In it an enemy of Republican in-titu-
tion-, they -ay4 but s;ly -o
becau.-e they know little ol
the hi-tory of human liberty, for
a the Htrald has truthfully -aid : "That
great keystone of the arch of freedom,
Magna Charta, wa extorted by Catholic
subjects trom a Catholic king. All the
great safeguard- of liberty which we have
Inherited from the mother country date
their orljtn from the tlmn when Kngland
was Catholic. Catholic France ai-lsted
u to achieve our Independence, and then
overthrow monarchy and aristocracy at
home. Rven the Catholic- ol Spain re
volted against Charles ., in the name ol
popular llljcrty. The Italian republics of
the Middle Ag s were established by
Catholics. The Cathollccolonlesof South
inerlea set up republican goveniiuents
when they threw oil" their allegiance to
Spain. The Catholic Immigrants to thl
country from Ireland detest tnoliarchy
with a- heartV a sincerity as any class ol
merican citicn-. The Catholic popu-
btlon cf l.oul-hma oppose C.r.-aristu with
lutenser hatred that tlie w-opleof any
other American State."
It is said that one Pulakl tax-pyer
Is delinquent more than 1,200.
Two inilcli cows wore shot and killed
by some mi'creant lu i'ope county last
The Carud bin 1 will soon !. in re
ceipt of a complete et of silver ln-tni-
incuts. Prof. Sag. Dalby Is the leader.
The Cannl Couritr raj's burglars are
doing a land olliec bu-lne-s at Carmi, and
suggests the necessity ol a night police
force in that village.
Tlie fanners ol Perry comity opened
anew club room April 'Mlh, on which
occ.'t-ion esav- wen- read and -iK-eehes
made bv the w bc men of the club
Hoss Smith shot and ln-tanlly killed
pondentof the Dit (Juoln Ttilmnt. says
that Mr. It. .1. Cox has recently fold two
line Jersey calves, one. four weeks old,
for one hundred dollars, and one, eleven
months old, for one hundred mid llfly
dollars. Dot It to elilicns of Perry county,
ut lllaek Diamond.
t his life nf
political vagabondi.-m: but It win l.ri,,..
lntocontcmpt the men who follow ft I a man by the name of Merritt. at Skillet
ong. I litsc IudcirfnditiK?ot)lMiniittrf Folk. White county, la-t Friday. I he
Cannl Coun'r reliw. to rive any ol
i tho particular-i.
nniTi.su ni'AnTKiti.v mi;vii:m .
The Leonard Scott Publishing Co. (No.
II Harclny Street, N. Y.) have Just re.
published 'die llfit'iK (ttrltrly JUcitw
for April, 1S7.. The contents are ih fol
low s !
I. liaspanl de Coligny.
II. The Higher PantheUm.
III. njornstjerim Hjorn-on ih a Noud-
IV. I.lvliigjlone's Last Journals.
V. KlnglakeV History of the Cri
VI. riliiimoiitmilsin and t'hll Allegi
ance. VII. Mr. (iludstoiii-'s Retirement from
the Libera) Leadership.
VIII. Internal Rvldeiieu in a I a-e ol
"The Life of Coligny," with which
tills number opeii'. may be looked upon
as either a biographical or historical ar
ticle, so closely U the life of the great
Huguenot leader connected w ith the po
litical movements of hU time and conn
try. The writer, while he doe not por
tray htm as a faultless man. "Ives Mm
credit for all the good he attempted and
The e.-say on "The Higher RanHid-m"
begins by explaining that It Is neither a
rc!ew nor a reply, but lmply a dl-eus-Ion
of the theory of Panthcl-m. as ?et
lorth In .Mr. Pietou' book reviewed in a
former number. Raeh standpoint of tlie
work l taken up-ep.irately. anil expoed
to the strong light of the lllble. lu con
clusion, the writer remarks that Mr. Pie
ton "ha- yet to learn the further e..on
ot the weakness, not the strength, of hu
man powor, which may make him 'glad
to grasp." as Itnrns eoufe-es lie wa. 'at
rexealed religion. "
The third ai tide give- a -hurt ami in-
teivstlng sketch of the life and surround
ings ofthe Norwegian novelist, whosC
works have lately become familiar to u,,
but Is chiefly devoted to a review of his
novels, of which It contain- copious ox
tracts. It i- followed by "Livlng.tone,s i.;l.r
Jomnal.s," u paper which llrst de-cribes
tho physical character of Africa, and Us
elfect upon the races that inhabit It. and
then tells the story of Livingstone's wmi-
derings, and the lot c and courage of the
native attendants, who undertook a nine
months'. iourney to b-ar Id- remain;- to
Klnglake's "Hl-tory of the Crimean
War" has reached the liflli volume, a
-ynop-l. of which 1- here pn-s-nted to
'ntrnmontaui-ni and CI til Allegl
aiiee." Thl paicr begins bv defining
L'ltramoiitanlsiii, as explained by Areh-
btshop Manning, and then sets forth
the growth ot Papal power, and its claim !
to supremacy over civil tiower. tu ,...
tvhero the two conflict. Tills power of
the church rest- U claim upon the
Dogma of Infallibility, and the relations
ship of tho-e who accept that dogma to
inc uovernmeiit c.iuuot oe me same a
formerly, because, "if the Inf.illlble as
sure a man that obedience to the throne
Inyidcs the lo-s ofthe soul, and disobedi
ence to the throne is everlasting life and
reward, it Is easy to see what a devout
pint, ambition.'' of notoriety and martyr
dom, who believes what the Vicar of
Christ enjoins, Is likely to do."
"Mr. Glad-times. Retirement from the
Liberjl Leadership." In this essay the
principles of Lltx.rali.sm, the administra
tive talent necessary In a -tnte-mau, and
theduties of prime ministers and cabinets,
are dl-ciissed, as w ell as Mr. Gladstone.s's
particular action, and hU papers on the
atle.in decrees, with the. several an-wcr-.
they have called forth.
In the last article, tli-antlior-lilp ofthe
"Ode to the Cuckoo" Is commented on at
some length, and the number closes with
the usual notices of Contemporary Litera
The periodicals reprinted by the Leon
ard Scott Publishing Co. Ill Rarcluv
street, X. V.) areas follow-: Tit Ian
don ffnarttrly, Edinburgh, WtitmintUr,
and Uriliih Qiarlrrlu JttrUiri.VUd Jtlnck'
trW a Mnguiinf. Price, $1 a year for ant
one, or only ? 15 for all, and the pn-tag'e
Is prepaid by the publi'lu r-.
"" ur owi. If they will take a
ouimuc oi toth the great parties.
.....n ineir uaninr to the brrex-, and
nght for tt hst they Ulicte to be right
they will earn the resist i.f ..it mm.
Their hom-rty anil pluck Wjil w namlred ,ro111 t1" Nineti-t'iith Cougre
nowever much their discretion mnv I,., triet
Hjrbara Frltchie can hanllt n -tcmn.
foruibly in her tomb, .-lie should mate.
naii.o aim make a -laicincni. i lie rcrent
published allladavir of an army otlleer
.r.tw.lil.ifr fur tli. tfiitli . tt'lill I L.'j It.....
Hum. S. S. M;ulull h.i -ccuittl lor conciTMin? Itarbani Frltchlt, how thvolil
. ... - . I ..... I II.. ... .1 l.-.f.l ,.I,..Y. .1 .
Paul McDowell, ot Mt. Carmel, the aj
polnlment to Uie vacant caditslili
1S02 he married Miss Luelnda, the
daughter of William II. Pope, of .Teller
soucounlf, iiiulsl'tcrofDr. II. D. Pope,
of Ihl.sellv. mou alter Capbiin Smith'
resignation he unnoted to Lcaten
worth, ICanns. where he became Inter
ested In Journalism and practiced law
with Judge Lecoinple, editor of thu J'
eomptou Jour i'. Captain Suiltli Is a
gentleman ofline ctale, and enioyltig
both time nnd l.te, has devoted lilmseli
oflate vear to literature. His wife dying
lu ISO'J ho has .hue re-lded most of the
time hi .New V.rk. and has been a con
tributor to the .l"'"i'ii. ttnlnxu, and
other magaliii". Captain vnillli Is a
singularly hainbonic and attraetite gen
tleman, p'()s-os.iig features of a i'lae
mould, mid all the purl'ection and dignity
of n perfect lnl lleetual and physical
uianhood. The union of this Kentucky
gentleman with the cultivated and Intel
lectual daughter nf the Tribune's founder
will liardlv fall in Ix'lng a most happy
one. They will bate the bet Mi' f
Ivenliieky tor a li ippf future.
YILUAIt n. SMITIf, M. I).
'IHSIHI.VI.i: X.i. '.'I 'Jliiilceiltll StHfl, Ik
ve'ii tVuliliiKtoiiiitviilienil olni.t Mut t .
Ol fK K Nnrtli lle of KUIilh tnrt K
lxiti (.umiiieri l.il nml tt usIiliiKtmt hkmiii
W. nUHNIKO, M. I).
m i ii i; Horn
lllUrt 1 t'J s p ui
1 orn r Shall
a v, nh.Ht
It III stlivl nml ol.loli'ics,
I I' Ui h in. I :iu , Mel
Iteiiulirnl Tnln llflili s Id Hie St . l.
D'rem thi'tlin Lliitl i:iiVilrcr )
We had the plea-'ire to see the newlv
made twin brhles at Hie M!on lloiic
last night, and must coufy that a more
perli rt I'xetupliileall'Jii of the French
tory of (ilrotle-Glrotia could hardly ex
ist. They were at upvr .tlth their
husbands hist night when we atv them.
iiinl a nice little tea party the four made. ;
The bridegrooms me blathers, hut not
twins). It u not oik'ii in a lifetime that
one Is permlttnl to si-e two bioiheis mar
ried to twin sister-. The Inisbands uie ,
easily ds)uguMicd the one fiom the '
other. I lie ehlcrone wears full whiskers,
while the younger ha- lmplyn mustache.
I he tionMo to licnppivhcniled s lu the
sameness ol the wite-. and a very pretiv
sameness It Is. T n-i. ., l(nnVv bu't
trite phra-e, they are a- like as tw o pt a.
To describe the one would Ih; to describe
both. They are of medium sl.e, peitict
brunette, dre-s exactly alike, an I
seem to b.' about twenty ycur old.
Reauly lias richly indowed' these lair
bride- ami placed Its dimpled seal in Hie
cheeks of each. How, In theonler of hu
man passion, It came to pa., that cither
ofthe husband- could tall hi lot e with
his wife without falling in love at the
same tlaie with her -I-iit paes our un
derstanding. It ha. bvon nigge-ted (hat
each ot tlie Jlorgau Inothcr.s fell lu lote I
with both the stowarL sisters, and, to-et- j c.
tie the matter, put their sweetheart- In a otenmoont,
bug. -hook 'em up, and drew cuts for tin-1
one that, came out llr.t. We -uppo-c
thev know, but we don't sec how either
of them know.- to which one ot the twins
he is married. They caineln to -upper,
and by judielou- assortment wen-seated
eacli at the right hand of her hu-baiul.
When they went out of the dining-room
one couple was allowed to gut .oniedls
dance lu advance before theother -turted.
to prevent confusion.
OtrTIlK: JluiWs Ittock, (iti-stlrt) , mrmr
UIkIiIIi stiwl on'l tV'lilii','(ii umiue
John ii.Tiulkk y!
-Moi'iifj l lijnr.
( MUD, ILLINOIS
OITIU!: CiKlilli -ilirrt, Iwlnvw I iiliimrr
ri j! uii'l t .i -.U i ii m Ir, r i im-mi-.
yAMUKL V. WtlUKLHIl.
.i.Ioi'nc.t til Eitiiv.
OITK V.- Ohio I tr. cmi i.uu fimmrlv
immu:vI Ij.v KirM SmIIiiIuI Until.,
i tn:o. ii.i.isois.
( QMKI'.V it UII.DKr.T,
Atf oriK'.vw and :ijii.sclf.s
ol I II 1.. Olii i tA'.w, mollis T nml s
l Ay Sati'iiix) Lank,
Willlnmll (.Min, )
William 11 Oi!.cil. tllto II.IISOIS.
Mill', I'n.f. OllUrl S
Cy-I1"" il iit'ciliuti sum M A'lminll.N un I
Hotol and Family
AMI UrM.I.II IN
List of letters remaining uncalled for
lu the Post Oiliee at Cairo, Illlno's. Satur
day, May 1, 1S75.
I still.-. ur.
Aiiuis I!, II..
Jauie, Mary .1.
Powell M. A.
Gioccric3, Vegetables. Game,
Pisli, EgG3, Northern 12utter, ic.
Butwcun V.'athliii:ton unit
nKNII.KMt'.s si l.isr.
Honds .. !..
Cheney A. -V.,
Coiley 1'.. T.,
Cwws It. II..
-Mctiargjii C. II.
Pollack V.. I .
Woodward A. M..
IlUt irli e llu.v I .!,!..
tn. ... ... . ' - "'v
luiiuuaining chiuirtn.aml constantly
vrj. wont, now, or we will not stav
jou;- wtnio they Vwp s-iylug;
vicwwnoiM?.tandthe wIm. people
j ' nointnatr tu tor oillce
..iCuii1iriiMj.ii!uWt,"tl,1.j- lK, or
.".u o. i ucicicu. Tlie sani thiionl
oils air of "We arc holler thn s ,,, ,ml
on uud worn conspicuously byi. i,ic.
Iiiuvuie me UIUI-IJIOOUISI AUatllsC. ll..
very wlscKtart-es, nml the oveil.taniHl
4J..U. I. It.. . - '
tstnuif.-s, tt nuw insulting to the aver.
nXv iiuiivs., "imimi ininii.of tlie Aliier-
TIIK FKEtlDEVr IU.M uim ,.
lion. William M. KvarK, tvhnha w,i
one ofthe leadlnjj Republican poIltltun,
of thecountry, presided at the Selmrz din.
nrr, and In hUspeech introducing thodU
tltigulshtd guest to the. company winged a
poisoned arrow at President (Jnint, who
tun j-mbtently overlooked Mr. Ktaru'
great merit as u luwycr and paid no re
gud to his desire to obtain olllee. "A
wnicr oi juiiRiuii hltory," wild Mr. Kv-
UTU, "in crltldtinjf a wrk momreh
Th' tobacco plant, av the Padueah
.Wir, was not lujiinsl to any great ex
tent by the freeze, and If the turiner
lwte the ttftfither to prepare their land
there will be a large urea planted lid
On Sunday etching, Apill lth. at
the residence nf tlie bride's father, In
Rcnton, Mr. W. W. Sluiincrmaii, ot An
n.i, lll.,aud Ml-s Anna I). Harr, daughter
of the editor ot the Standard, were united
Mr. Fnllcrlon. the ureat cross-exaiii
Iner, 1. complimented by an editor, w ho
', tlmt It GeorL'i! Wu.hlii!ton had
uhi, cross-examined ,y the Jiiilge, it
would hate turned out that he lied about
the cherry Inn when he told hi father
he. did It M U, Id, Uttli. hatchet.
"on. tt m. Harlzel, member of Con
(res trout this district, Is among the no-
iJiiieMlllOwiuldsw.it:. Mr. H.I, UL'cn
deportment and wu doubt not will make
u good average Coi.!?rc(.,i.,.t.i.--cinsl.
-..opc county, ,W Ooi,.ot,du
lady heroically seized and held alolt the
nag strucK uotvii oy orucroi sioiiewaii
Jackson, when the Confederate1 troops
inarched through Fiedrleksbnrg in WW,
has revived the discii'-lon of the story,
and the fact ha- been made pretty
certain mat tin; poet lias woven
his l-.aulll'ul patriotic rhapsody out of
airy air.-' . lauy ni-torian ot nam
inoiv Is now engaged in the tireiiaratiou
of a Maryland biographical lilstorv, and
t,l.l. I. . .
iniiii.T - iicioiiie. oi course, I'liai'u
her attention. I'nllke Whlttler. sli
doubttsl the story, Inmilrcdand aii'tlyzisl,
and obtained Indisputable evidence of its
taisiiy. .lacoo i;ngeiiireeh, an oiit cm
en of v tislci icic, greatly ri .iH.K;ted lor
Ids Integrity, once Mayor m tint city,
and notably an oracle lu the matter of
dates and occurrences, he hating
for many years kept a diary ol events,
te.'tille.s that iiothlnir of the kind ever
hapH-ned ; that h(i lives directly opposite
Mrs. Barbara FritchleV liouie, uud tho
old lady her-clf never thought of the In
cident ti t it ll she rc.ii l tlie poem, .tioiiicr
witness Is Samuel Tyler, Kj.. a native
of Frederick, well known tor Ids varied
literary accomplishments, anil as tne au
thor of the Life of Chief Ju-tice
Taney. Ho has carefully Investigated the
subject, too, und rails the storj pure fu
Ml III ii
Harry J. S
Clark s". (!.
Dot son Tom.
Howe Fred T
Liejier 1!. T.
Turlay A. ().,
Wyott A. C.
for the above letters
l3tinAf ! I i'l fue of rlmrKf.
iii:ai. i:stti: Anr.vr.
i JOHN Q. HARMAK & CO.
CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES SLIC
Luiut AKoutH of th IllluciU Cuutuil uud
Uuillnt-ton unci UulDcy It. It.
North Cor. Sixth nnd Ohio Lovctc,
J. ii. 1 1 veil.
u t lion t.cv .
will please say "Adverti-cd."
Gr.o. W. Mc Kkaih. P. M.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
j Collectors and Conveyancers.
! OFFICE At the Court Home
liUir.' I'lirul-liliiif Mure.
A ldh's'fiirnlblns stem fiHs'hoj n opened
In the Theatre building, nnd slocked with
a full liocofcvrrytlilngpiitniiilnst'i ladies'
wear ready-tuads dn..c, underwear, j
etc- all of tbe latctt styu. and will IicsqIiI
at lower llgure- than ever licforo ottered In
Calto. These good wire purclmsi d In
New ork, are of the be-t material, and
will be sold very rciricn'jle. Also llp.
nerv "ooo or nil Kind'. .W-4-W-lrii.
IwiscHrtlN ri; r.t ln.rrji!lim
I'i.'iiio mid lrxs.li '1'iiniitii.
Mr. M. Knbiic de-Ires u. to -j that lie U
irdj- to r;cclte order, tor Pinin and Or-
'.'an tuiiinj;, and lepalrln;; in'H i'al Itistrtl
meats. (Jrden way be left at tho cotner ot
riilrtrtnih and Wjhiut strut-, or 1'. 0.
Hoy t)if,, and isjll rciiife prompt kttcuiieii,
Prices to suit tho Timos.
Wholosalo Figures, but Ko Credit 1
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart & aholson's
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND
'O'AT.i, JlnnntH, Flnwcr.H, lain-, Klblioim,
ITL .sillks, tVlMti., I'll.,, Jliirldiin, i'i)ict,
Kid (ilmi.1, Hn..icry, WurMiil.
AI'" the "Ielli' )ic llfl'iiin
And nil Ihv nrT lUylv) nf Irllillnllis 5111. lot
S.fi huH' Kimds trill It Mat lery lnw fix
liien. I'orlAII and (.AMI II.VI.V l-ll-'-MII
WholoMilo nuil Rtitntl
PAINT AND OIL DEAIIIRP.
JOBBERS 1.3 1 rAILERS Oi'
PATENT MEDICINES. 'rC-riiET AIITICLE3,
DRUGGISTS' FANCY COOD3, COI IiIIiil WIIITil LILAD,
WA.V JCL.U Willi JtlATAKU'-IJi W1ISJJUV UUAbD,
ntiiroirPK on a tic
ETC., E I C.
ri; mil. it coni'sii.iii'lii.i'i' uud .iHcri tt.te I)i' i " v.. him nnd firm ral Sturr In iv.iii
i.r fluid' in our Inn1 MitimUms. ri n.nt ... , i i ..,. y .Mi-lii ii.i lu,t lunnaiiiil
Illicit w itfi nli.il.lt Pnufs lit n-.ison!lr 1 ii
IOLESALE U. RETAIL, fJATPO RETAIL Si PRESCRH'TIO T
71 Ohio Lev..o. I j Wnahinftoo Av.,Cor. Oth St.
Importor and Wholosalo Dealer in
2TC2rt3i;XCl-ZsJ 1 jXiJ"JD 3301VE2S2STIO
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Kcepa u full lit elc of
Monongahcla. Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELIA' ISLAM) XI) IMIiIF0K.1. WINES.
; KNABE PIANOS ,AJ
t-ruiu. "iiiiiv iun.ti, . i
wrote : "Tlw Klnu jwtM th Bl.l m.... ,,r fruit It ldlvmt ...... . .V.'1 . K
hath nirdMndllU .i... ...'" , ' n an-1
pirtk mam un mmm mu wuvu Mtiniiluii M that
. a ' I . t t
m wow rauwr eave on nmgijom tveak
Ottaitruiijr, llmt it mr bt mott
nrniiit.-ltii- In ,1.1. A..i
uiui i-rrilDU, may y,,j
out h-.'ltcr than cxjK'ftwl."
-a lauinion, vwy ?miiv
Kriiliirklnii In .Harry
I Kri.iu I h l.oulavlllf CommrrcUI.)
Next S-Jturdav niorultiL'. in Mt. Vln-
nt's Cliurcli, Now Yoil, Htv, Uiiidaln
V. Mciionn suiltli, or Kfiitucky, will bo
united In uiarrliiL't- to MIh Id:i flrc-.ley.
tlaiiulitcr (if tlio liltu Hnrncn CI i win v. nnd
an 1 a fctv liotira lalt r tliu ttvildcil countu will
in tnatiw titkn ahlli lr hiirom;. (.untnlu .Smith In
tuliougli un- nutlvu of hlirlny Bounty, Ky., nml for
fcwrai years was a captain in tint liiUi
ifflrlmcnt U, S. A. Hu reMi'iipd In Ifinj.
Ho was a yradim'ti! of Durtuioutli Collie
imf. I mid ol tnc wtv iclio'ji of Cnwl)tlds, lu
Tho Iowa R. R. Lund Company
i,Cir.rlrfil. if ,i ,-r l.T.ai.'wi rim nl t' ,.l
lurrir,n , -u.t u k iiriii-.lnil.tlhlil'i i
l-lnnol ttr-t.-,,, j.,a n-vfr and aini- n
k'nttktlM Utt . lAt. I In.. .....I 1 11...1. ......
, , . . , .'. ... i.iti'w" null
Uiicaru, will, u,aii. nrrau, nd almlUr In I
''lsidililiinti..,ii,(.n,u,, rcnlr.it flllnnl.
. J. '"' 'ti'iirnl'iil llrWel', luc
tu .iinluif. f,,,,,, i,R.,j.,j r Million,
!"i in.T '" A .Soul, tVoti.n
' ,,,u-.(, ,,,i,rul mllri.nil- In llll.ir.t.
........II I . ... .. . Ill llllll'll,,
,l.f. "'n k,.''rf'''M"l,'U,',ll'',n'l'lll-sKilM
iVlli rv iAr '. fr"-.a-Mri-J .lOllX II
si,.. 1 Ul"' '"iinils.liiiiir.iiJ llamlnliili
l A'. "r ' "'ar i:il'U, lima.
.iMi. Jill i i i ii. ,.
l' II. IKJI.I.IJklf
And Collecting Agenoy
St. XjOTvilat, 3VXO.
n.,!ll'11ML.Mr "ie ofiatr)ln..u
ll'Kiahoi u "u? ."'I .""Ju.tlijrf 'l,u,liH.
whinfrririu. A." "'"'UH1I-! cIiiImik,
i I !'1,t nr Ullidtlliil imiinl,
ill IH will mlS,1'" l;",U'llT.l..l ,UI.Iato.ll
flM ivn i. , iliiinn. Taim t,nld, ll'iuii
V L ' r""la aid l'ulriii aivuivd. rjmixin-
ii'll.s . -S.III.I.KII A CO.,
Cot Ij xltl ami Olltu Stn-jH.
I iaI V.i.i....i . ""I," liowiiiu'i,
l'tirl,vij I J"i ?" M-U' ''! Olltu Sin
Si' -i '.H; ,n,'ki. 'Mi.Tilifhiiunu Co ,
THE WORLD RENOWNED
Can lirn-fn t our ulllif in Ih'Ioh- iFi'llli'il,
uliiiv will ul .iy In- round n Cull and rini!i In
toil. Aim a puid ii)' nf
S'wnif Pllan 1Ji.hi
',y jh fMll ulililtiK tu 1 1 1 1 -;i
Fivst-ClusH Bowing Machine
si;iil'l not fall tonlliiuiliAainliir our ini'lilim
and ti-nni, lirl'oii' iniii'lutlng lUi'Wluir.
tt'e I'luiiii for llil. iiiailiint'
rrnl-r lUli itlilllly. Nlniill H.t , nml
lluiy of 0ii'ralluii,
And lirltir ailaptnl fur all kirvlnof wulUllmil
any nllivr luuclilnn lu lliu nmrUI, and mil
uaiantrv full nalUrjcllnii) ld mi
Monthly Payments if Dosirod.
THE HOWE MACHINE CO.,
Ciiuii-r Uiiiunr ti"l arenn and Nlulli .1
i-Yiir t'Aiiio, n.i .
iZfJrli I J.U'niiU .Ual a
i m la aaa urnm
i ii immniH
HOWE WM. GLENH & SONS.
Head-Quarters for G-roceries !
I.MMI5NSE STOCK! (ill BAT VAKIETYi! LOW PRICKS!
COFFEE Bio, Lap;uayra, Java, Mocha.
TTm.AT.1Trwnrlnnn.-! TTnrrl find Soft Refilled.
SYRUP Now Orleans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS
Finest Assortment in the West
ami ir:At.nits ix t
Provisions,MoiuGrain, Seeds, DriedFruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
68, 70, and 72 Vine Street, CINCINNATI.