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JOHN 11. OB15IILY, Editor.
nxi.v riiTi:i:N.
Tin? latcft news from the wvi-Vrd
tionirr jtWiIllor nlfire tin? initiitii-)- of
uaved l fifteen. There wa n Ufa bell hi
rtrry IktIIi of tho vc"i'l, nml iiminlliitf
to the illrectlum of Captain Thomas, one
wn f.-mcni'il to every wotnnn, hut tln-y
proved wirthle In the heavy .-en.
tiii: .Mi.nii:itv itinwiov.
eterd v nml toil.iy U (vlt hrated at
I'lilcas0 the reunion of tlie Midler and
wllor of the lute war. I'lvpnrntlono on
n grand Kttili' were made for tlie event.
Many ill'tluguMied n.'rioii are present,
anion? them liny. Ilartranrt of l'eiiiiyl
.ini.i. Oov. Taylor of Wisconsin, and
Gov. Hoerldirei (Jen. Charles Hevlin ot
Ma.ielmett, eonituandlnir chief of the
tlrand Army of the Itepublle; ien. I.ew
VftIlacoof Itiiliitiiu.ex-Semitor llnwley of
Connecticut, atul many other-. (Sov.
llt'verUlae held u reception at the e.po-l-tton
bultitlnr lat vviMilnir and this even
ns, a jtr.iml jimmeii.nle eoneert at the
tunc place will take phee, and a prl.e
will be given Uf the performer who host
r.xceutM the vnrioii drum call of (he
army.
M I'MlVIMMt JU'.V.V.
The exposure of the whlsla i-ln;; in
Chicago, and the fact that Seeivtary
Ilrl'tw -t-iit .Sipcrvl-or Tutton, of the
IVnn-ylv.niI.i dl-tHet, to make the .-el
uif- at that place, excite the Chicago
Tmo to ). a few einb.iira-'hig iuc
tlon of Super lor Munii. Says ihe
7T-.ii :
The "pu-tlou iirl-e-, where va- .Mr.
siijiervl'or .Muun. of the, llllliiol- dMrlct ?
How did It happen that hi u reveiuiu dis
trict under the MtpurvMnit of mi elllclent
a erant of the revenue deiartnient. di
aller had lor a long time been perpe
trating fraud-upon the revenue without
molestation llow was It that Mr Munn
did not find out the fraud and -eie the
oilWiding di-tillcrfe'- Why was It
deemed nece-ary by Secretary Itrl-tow
toonlera iicrl.or from Philadelphia
to Chicago to ierl'oi in iwervlee which
Mr. 3I111111 tind h whole 'army of revenue
detective arc kept ami paid to perforin V
It Muuler?tood that evidence of frauds
updii the revenue by the " hiky di-tlllers
In tlnS di-irlet ha-been for a long time
aeoiunulailng In the po-'-c.-Iuti of Solic
itor Wll-on, at Wa-hlugtoii. llow did It
lupiien that .Mr. Supervisor Munn, had
no knowledge of the facUr If he had
liad know ledge of the facts It Is perhaps
a hi!r presumption that he would have
a ted upon It and iii.ed the on"cmlln
di-tillerie. Hut, when such knowledge
was -allied by Solicitor Wll-on, ot whleh
Mr. Munn was blU-fully Iguoraut, why
wa-It not tnui-inittcd to the supervisor
of the district, with order- to act. Instead
of iiNr-eding Mr. l.ogun's devoted
liiiK-hnmn by HMiding hltlier a upervi
f r from another district':''
The-e are petluent iriie-tinn. . Wa-h-
r xton ili-patch Mates that Mr. Munn of
the Chicago district, and Mr. McDonald
of tiVM. I,onl- distiict, who was al-o
-t a-Ule as IkAhji of no u-e In the dei'iit
at St. Loins, uro uvuVr direct Mi-piiioti
of the dcimrtuient. Kinlly. tlilnif- l.ok
Vel fir Mr. Mmin.
Tilt; WIIISKV ICI.Xi.
The hl'tory of tlie inoveuvnt by the
treasury ilejwrtinent ujiou tlie wbi-,kv
ring at St. I.oui-1- Interesting. In 1371.
the operation of the ring tir-t lme
ton-erted, and It la continued to grow
in strength until it managers, groiwi
bold with -ueeess, ix-lk-ved U to U im
pregnable. I.a-t tall, the secretary of
th- trea-itry, aware of the fact that largo
frauds again-t the government were
perpetrated, determined to make a lgor
oil! attempt to right the wrong and
bring ihe dishonest traflleer- hi whisky to
piniMmieiit. Tlie conduct of the Inter
nal revenue ollIcLd.s convinced Secretary
Urirtou that they wen- hi collMou with
the whL-ky men, and thU coinlvtlou led
to the oilier tnui-ferrlugr supervisors and
s;rcUl agents to new po-ls These
o:il.r, however, through the iulhieuee
they jk)s-o--cs1 with Ta-slilent (inint.'pa--vailed
upon him to Mt-peud his order
removing tliein. The xucrulm-y, not di
hwirtened by the ditlieultles hi Ids path,
continued lil!teeret invcttlgatloiis and
b"camv fully convinced that the "whisky
ring1' was not only n reality, but that it
wa-oneoftlieino-t powerful and cor
n"l't.orgaiilatlon evcrfornicd to defraud
the governnieiii, and that Its most relia
ble, tru-tud ami eillclent agents w ere the
ofllcials In the revenue service, sworn to
protect the lutcicst- of tlie government.
I inally. Kcrtlarj Ilrlstow appointed
a special agent 'at s. ,0, to g0 to Wul).
ecMly t., .laeet tlm corruptions prac
tlced by the whisky ring, with the view
of bringing tlie Mrtrators to J,,.
t"c. The work wa. to be
'loie: entirely out-ide of the ereUrvV
olllce in WaM.i.ton, not even the tile's of
telegram. Ac, llng alh.we.! to enter
"ere, tbls course being nm.,.Hrv 1 or
der to prevent luroriuatlon of tile move
neuuoftho detectives blng eonveved
to the ineanherh ,it the 1 Ing ,y lN 'k.s
in tbedepai ti,ilMlt.
Mr. Colony M-t to work on the Mil 01
Mareh. ( I he task ol detecting Ihe .nan--erand
t he extent of the ,, ,..
tlnn, f,( tl.M 1,1,1
men was no easy one.
I he men ct to watch tl... ,iumi...t 1
'lit rectifying cstabll-linionu. tw o at each
1'iaec, were. -issaulleil and beaten by the
!. e 01 iiiesoeslabll,mcntH. Though
it J 1 e.cape
w.i umi mme 01 tiicni were he
111,, V''r'?l,,,' comMlcd to l ,y
. .-n. voionv ami tw l.nilii'ul u
tttiiti ptrsevercslaiid nfo r ,iw.ia ,.,
.light wl,ks,1ad gone to the bottom of
LIIl" II Ultlis iiriuiiiniu 1... .1 .
IWI inuring nun were
iKUV0 ,uta1Ilw. 1, lt,
asccr a ,cu iihi me revenue ollleers who
closed their eye. to the,. operations were
...I 1 i
I" " I'viwiiiucu ()f n pronts
..,,i,i.w.rinii. ... ... i'iiii
" i'"s mm nmt tho (..tenl
Ing In St. Louis iilone amounted to about
twelve liuntltvil thousand dollar l'r an
num. Hlpciista1lKliniont In Ht. i.otiK
lx hi ( hlwijro nml live In Mllwuiikru
riv rl-tl It tin1 tfoViTiuiii'iit tilllrlal.
BLOODY ISLAND.
The IIiii-IIIiiv lriiinil for SI, Loins
nml llllniils -Niiiiii Chnriicicriitlc
Inclilrnls
Wben Louisiana became a Territory of
tho rnitcd States In 1MM, by purelia-e
ft oni Napoleon the l'iisl. says a writer In
the Xew York Mrirun St. I.ouls was
the capital of t'pper Louisiana. It wiw
only a thriving lllage, with Its store-hou-es
nud cottages seattend nlong tlie
rocky bank of the Mississippi. 1 11 1 with
the cliange of government eatne u
greati r change ; new laws brought new
Ideas. The tradlnir Yankee mid the
chivalrous Southerner Jo-thd tlie emi
grant from Great liiitahi and the
Continent. Human life had nlvvavs
been held cheaplv i but in t before
had the peculiar doctrines of the code
duello been reckoned superior to the
Code Napoleon, then the common law of
the country. The lawyer, of St. Lonl
were Ihe llr-t to give the go-by to the
law. In HI7 Thomas II. Itcutoii and
Charles Luea- were practicing nttornevs
hi thetenitorial court, l.uca- holding the
olllce or Attorney (icneral. In tlie trial
of an ordinary ca-e .sharp words and per
sonalities were 11-rd by both law vers
Itenton always a vindicative man, elml
leneed Lucas: hut theehallene'e was de
clined. Lucas iis-uiiilii'r that he
would not be held respon
sible lor words ii-cd In profes
sional argument. Uenton, Intent upon
satisfaction, continued to lnult the (,en-
eral in such n way that soon alter Lucas
sent I1I111 a challenge, which was proni
ly accepted. The place of meeting
nirrocd upon was an Maud In the river.
ju-t oppo-ite St. Louis. This l-land. uf-
lerwaiits laiuou torus iiuels. was along,
narrow .-trip of sand, deil-elv covered
for half its urea with young cottoiivvood
tree-. The Maud had -nruiiL' Into evl-i-
euce lnci the days of the Spaiil-h rule,
and Its tenure of existence was vet de-
IKMidcnt uiion tho urivit river that hud
created It. It was a son of neutral
ground, convenient of acce-, yet nlino-t
leyoiut tlie lvacti ot tlie law and it-olll-
cei s.
The hostile naiiles hist named met on
tho Maud, with their -ccomK exchanged
hots, anil Lucas was wounded In the
neck. The sur-'cons theiilntcrlered. mid
the duel ended. One wolnd think that aller
1 ....1 .. ... in ,
yum iin vAciiiine ui incgai nrgiuucills
the dignity of tho law would ho re-peetcd
111 iiiiure : nut sucn was not inc. ea-e. A
few weeks later tho aine naiile- imt
again in the ame thicket of eottouwood-,
and this time Itenton killed Lucas. The
little strip or land with Its thicket of eot
toitwoods. had now become part and par
eel or the history ol tho-e days. Not a
p1cuniit history to study, either; too
umiiv mics 01 dioou-ikm ami crime; too
much of lawlessness and i-anhie. And
now that long -and bar became llloodv
laud, a most proper name lor the scene
of such sanguinary deed-.
lew years nticr ano inr a a r o
honor cum1 oil' beneath tlie .shade of the
eottouwood sapling-on llloodv Island.
in ih'.i an article niiwaivi m the .M s.
sourl llrnublieuii rtileetlng upon the olll
eial eoniiuet ot General l.'eelor, who wa-
the Surveyor (icneral of Illinois and Ml.
sourl. In tlie absence of Hector. Id-
brother promptlv demanded the name of
the wi iter from the editor, .loslma liar-
ton. a brother of lavld Itarton. .lud'eof
one of the Territorial Court-, wa- the
writer named, ltector challenged liar
ton ; the challenge was accented, and
they met on llloodv Island. Itarton was
killed at the very ll'r-t lire.
nut now conies uie mot -augiunary
chapter ot this fearful record. It vvn'
seven years later, t.nd St. I.ouU had be
come a city. Wealth had come with In
crease of population. The great territory
ot Louisiana had been cut up Into. smaller
parcel, and one of the-e had b-couie the
State of Missouri, liloodv Nbind re
mained nearly the .-ame. 'J'ho ilool. of
mid-iimmer deno-ited their vearlv
contributions of sand and drill-1
wood, and the -.mil-bar fit earlier dav.
una inea-a-eu somewnat. u nan u more
iKTinanent look. 1 lie eottouwood sap
lings had liecomc tree. Vl-ltor in
search of .1 restorative for Injured honor
would llnd nbundaut .-hade. There was
no tear of having the -nil tu their eves
when practicing at human targets.
Tills last duel was .mother case of -ntls-faction
by proxy. Nicholas Mid
dle was tlie President of the
I nltcd States Kank. lllsmauaireinent of
that Institution was sharply censured bv
his political enemies, and Spencer 1'etH's,
n prominent clti.en of St. Louis, was one
ot those oH'cndlng. Major Thomas Kid
dle, a brother of Nicholas Kiddle, was u
paymaster in the iiruiy mid then sta
tioned at St. Louis. lie determined to
punish IVttls for his crilloL-ms of his
brother's lltianeial shortcomings. Coluir
to the hotel where Pettis boarded
it a very early hour. be-
ioro any guest was awake he
earned trom a colored servant the loca-
loil ot Pettis's room. He lound him
asleep. Snatching olf the covcrhiL', ho
proceeded to cowhldu liiui in bed. Pettis
was III and made little or no re srinee.
Hut when he re''alnetl hi- health ho went
before a justice of the peaco and niailo Af
fidavit? to facts lust mentioned. The liu.
tlce put Middle under bonds to keep the
peace: unit believing that Pettis meant
mi-chief he put him under bonds also.
nunc o pinion was nilver-e to 1 h
ittjick upon Petti-, mid Kiddle wa- eaeiT
to .-ct himself right before the public.
V hen they met before the diistice. Kid
dle ollered to accept a challenge it Pettis
would eend it. The challcuiie was sent.
i he place of meeting. Woody Island.
It was il hot All'Mi-t bUi rnonii lli .l
they met under the cottoiivvood on
llloodv l-land to settle till- ouciion
Injured honor. The Hver ImiiI. at "-t.
.ouls was lined with iieoiih- eaeei 1 ,
know the lesult : lor the ihu-1 ii n . .
erut, and Its merits wcie fro-lv disoJid
by all. Kiddle was very neai.sl"hti .1. m.
the di-taiic agrei'd iiKii was ouh live,
paces ; and there the two men mo-1, iU- 1
It. 1 .1 I.. .. . . ' '
i"i in iitiiiu, ttiiuu-i oiei 10 iiiimat.
When the word wa- 'Hven. Iu,ib m
tired at thu -amu Instant, The loud ie-'
port rang out and thu hecii-cved
ones on the di-timt tivir
bank saw the little pull of
moke that lloatcd 1111 ahovi 1 In ins...
With the rehort of the nl-tol ln.lli tm-n
fell ; the surgeon- rii-lied forward to their
Work, ami the seconds weru as mnvr lo
ass-t them, but their principals were
past the skill of surgery. Moth men were
mortally wounded. A few minutes later
the excited throng upon Ihe other hank
in mu river saw people hearingtho woun
ded, men to their respective baltcnux.
which weru rowed rapidly ncross (lie
liver. Pettis died tho next nioi iihu'. nml
Middle died two dues ltir. 'I'lmi imt
I' rldav aftcrnonn uu 1 1 ... . r ii.
, ..... tllJ HIT, .1, ,,,,
bloody .ecncKi'iiNcli.it ilu.w. in r..i,ii.v in
jured .honor. Mloody Island Ion-' a-'o
ceased to be an island save In uiiiiie. and
a gieat uyKe hound It fast lo tlie Illinois
snore. - hen iinmo other d ke. unit mil.
roads, with depots and nil tlie parnpher
na a 01 commerce mid travel. Tho
cottonwoods dl-apwiiivd and build
lusrs sprang up. Long kforo
'"at the batteaux and ninals
mil "lien WaV lO Stllllll li.ru.
iU.
few trees that idiaded the vln.
urns 01 iniiireil honor 'till reninln : Imt
f thu oUltlni!. NVI.e,.zi ie,,!,.,, lloU;
locoinotlvei., ,np:.tlent, il.ty tnivclrr ;
"l,, "(t''l ". (tlniit In lil-o. r VuVl
1) ndli.K lliuMaml Jhst to tin, (.tli. r. tlie
MUsotuI shnre. 'l'mlllc, husllc, noli.,
Iierlmps j)l.,i,ur,. : jUt ,l0t u trftt.,. (
tnrllcr honor h It-It to Moody l-laml,
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Itl'lllll'fll Itllll's.
Wo will t ike, at thu :s. Chlil.s Hotel,
durliis; the. Mimmcrinatitlis,,"iiiUy boarders,
at iii per mouth, and'iO boarders with cool,
plcusiiit looms on t ti c upper lies.', at H
pur mouth. At this extremely hvv ratPj
none but promptly pa) lug hoarders will bo
accepted. JuwRi r M11.coX.tCu..
:il-t.':.lni. Proprietors.
I'liino nmt oridiu Tunliiir.
Mr. M. Ivulmc desires lis tu My that bo is
re:uly to receive orders for I'linn ami Or--t:i
11 tuiiiiig, and repairing' uui-lcul Instru
ment". Order may bo Jolt at tho coiner ol
Thilleelitli and Walnut ntrcet, or P. 0.
Itox ivw, and will receive prompt a'tcntlon,
SW-10 am.
Nprliiii Hiils.
A. MAUN, rsoido Levee. Is now tak
ing orders for the new styles of silk Hals,
all Iin- rage at the l'.nst, known as
"Plllh Avenue." and
"Mroadway."
Hi- Coiilorinllmv enables him to take
order.-and make pcrlM lit enables him
to make hat-to order tliat will conform
perfectly to the head of the weaier. Cull
upon MAUN, and have your head mens,
tired for a lint. ."i-i-'Jiv
Mlnli-i'i IJiiuTr.v
open iver.v day of thu week.
r.xci'llciil Tens.
Tin original American Tea Company, of
New York, of vvhlcli liibt. H'olli l l'rt-l-dent,
vva c-t ibll-lied in Isio, and since
that time has been steadily gainlii.' in lavor
nut only In the clly ol'.Ncw Voik, but all
ov crtlic country, until now It- tea- reach
every -veUon. 'I ho leading j less ol the
clly snd of hundreds orplaof In tin coun
try have endorsed It as perfectly roll Wile,
and panic wi-ldtig excellent teas at ln.v
prices, can with perfect julldroco siud
to this c'umpmy 'lor tiiutn. Their teas arc
put up in one pound packages with the
kind and p lc. prl.il id on the wrappers!
also, In boxes outlining ,i, 10, 'Jo and :ij
pot nils. Tlicj ranjju In price from 10 cents
tojl.t)p'r poind. Oar nmelnnts em
have sample! mailed tj their uddres 1 7
enclosing 10 cent- for cadi sample. 'Clio
company vvlsh reliable agents th every law 11
to get up club- among-i families (or their
t"a, ami olfer great I idliccmeiits. s;cm
for our circular, Addre-s ahv'a.v. Unit.
Wcl , Pres't. So. t:t Vc-ey -I.. New
Yoik. r-S-iLVvv-Ut.
Obstacles to Marriayo.
fljppy relief for young men fr.m tLe ef.
Iec of eirjrs and abuses In eailj tile.
Manhood rcsioied. Iiiip.'dhiient! to mai'.
riae lemoved. .Now imtihod ol treatment.
New and rerairkabK) remedies, isooks
and circular- sent tree, In -oalcd envelopes,
Atldres-, IIOWAItl) ASSOCIATION, 41U
N. Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pn.-an Insti
tution having a blli n piitatlua for tumor
al le cumlilcl and iiMlcstitia! -kill.
i-l '.ll , VV-ulll. '
To 4'ltlio 11 in i 1 1 i-v
ThcadiertLer, it retired plitleiai, buv
Ing providentlallv discovered, while a Med
ical Milonaty In .Southern Asia, a very
Minple vegetable rcniedv for the speedy and
permanent euro ot t ou-umptiou, A-tlinn,
Kroni'bltU, Catarrh, and alt throat and luiu?
alfcctloti-, alsi a positive and radical spe
clllc lor Nervous Debility, rrcuuturo He
cay, and all Nervou- complaints, ftWs It hi
dull to make It known to hU inilering lei
low. Actuated by this motive, he will
cheerfully send (tree of charge) to all who
desire It, the receipt for prepatln. Mild lull
dlrectioui for -ucces.fullr u-ln, this prov I
dentially de-lrcd remedy. Tbo-e who wish
to avail lhcmelve of the henctit- o till
litKovery without cot, can do t . h return
mull, hy tt.lJriT-lne
Die. uiahi.ks P. Maiisiiali.,
hi .Migara Mrect.
UT-t-l-wst
itiilfalo, V. Y.
CAIRO MARKETS-WHOLESALE.
Corrwll IMlly bv K. M siimiii, romnilif.n
iiwicluiii, t-ivritar wf thr (.lru llwinl i.l
1 roue
Vlour, MCfonlltn; lo ,-ruiH..
Corn, mlxt-l, farliNl..
Corn, while, eucknt
Oatt, inhel
:. "
: in
s"c
feslu
W TCl'
unin, ir inn..
Mrol, steam itrlisl
Iltitti r, choice .VurllitTii
Ilultcr.cliulce i-outbim til
l.'KZll, iK'ritozin
tlilokiiis, ir dozen .
'I'Urkl'J.S, T lt.171'11
Apples, cIioIcb, jr turret
Ailcs. ciinimiin, ecr 1'iirirl
I'otutoes, ptr turrrl
O11I jus, i-r barrel
H1 c
.l TO
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M 13,C
tl 01
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SI 10
fts-.-J ("I
na in
S3
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
tialcr in
All Lin.U Inn-1 unit un,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &c
.Mill and Yard,
Cornor Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
Ohio Leveo,
N' 'JlV '. it i,(.ivl. jmHitluit 111 w.mnl'iiii'f
vi 1U1 liu injiini iiirmt ol ss:ilon 7 i.l jii
iol l uUUud ' ' An An' iv dwlorc hiiX consliliili'
Uk sw. tl llhbuif ulr Iru.lra ill 1l1.1t 'iiorlluii
ot liw mhI UtS iViw4. iwu-.w) anil a'lhrtwl
luriiu ( 13, m f vm., nrffrori unit
4liuHUn.uve rnttlli fur tlie ronililrlr
I1.? f "''" lo He- U-li)ir-elllie
l.i-rf,.tiou rin Ux-ii(-MMitillv-f llini'in, nml
l r.Hiuiir. au.l ull ollli-.rs or )cim,i,, rouni-rtisl
0 IIHu.Hwin.11. ni. 1, j oi ..!Wiirntlhni-.il
I will irluwt lo uUi 1-r,n i.ri-.riiiiriitiiiii Hie
mii'rtn.l Lj houi.i-il .4i. in 1 xuss 1.1 lui'iil).
II IM Willi) ! sill Ofun ll t-lall l (jf (M,.
on 1 lliei.itwnmiioii ui hlsoi iw t. imiI.,1,
ln , enrrriiiR the mine
l tl NSIM.HAM.
t't-j-ll-iUw l" tiiiiui lnii,iiicr
Tho Plivoto Proscription Hoolt.
Bwt -u-. iua .....i.i (f. rciiroii
in K.i 1 Hextul Uttrarrii. i
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M-l'i. Vntiuk-I . llt1r..r! t
I' It, 1 Hi l-l I'll 1 nulHlIn ii..i.. I.i,
ir I'oit l.lbl, I rn.tf VVrftVi.r. kiltir,
IH..IM., Ueuilunl tnilNrrfotulio
blllly ml t.iLuullk'U. Iint'o-.n.
kC7. lll'.-,.irl.liiT. ,U I .IUIm. a .,
J'1 'i .in inipihciptit
Jfsbltn, . iiji.o m. . ni. t 1 ti
lT l i.j.. LA crnlv f. th. I'tlvA.d
J'lwrlntlon nook, is. i .1 M v.t
MARRIAGE GUIDE rWMW,
il(iblirtft.lbinWfw Mrthodaol Trttii. r.t f.
if tjvt.ilrtis, )( 'i '.fU yrsuiperltncr, tir
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lriMt fMif iMIn Pn vh 'i Uf- -I mi Irr u
F-'fcf wUkU. vt4M4
IHt AMtHICAN nCMEDY CO.,
lio.70JpirmltvM.H- imin.Mn,
T,N Vn!RP .HIMQ8.
.dill "I"'"' ldf
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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
rjini: tu I.l I l is' HjdOdJlidi'm) iii.imiIus'
(elc.it Moiul.i ) In the llullellii Itiill.lliii, cor
lier Wasliitiftiiii nicniir and Twel till tlT.
Tlie Hi i.i..ris' li irvnt to clly siihicills rsbe
ndllimt canlciatlfiitr-t'lvc Ciiilj aWivL,
piyablc wwklj tly. Mailt (In lelvnlirr), tldpn
(minimi lv motilln, $'". llirii- moiilli, J.li our
m.inlh, 1 .).
TIIKWEEiarBUIiljETIN.
t'nlilllK-l rvrry 'Itiiiril.ty mornlinfnt 1 2.1
r annum, lniuil.il.ly In advance. 'J he poiUiuc
nil thr WVrkly Will W pii-nitil nl llils nllliw, o
tliat sub-cilbrrs will ublaln lura siiliscrlpllnii
ilcc nr$l a)r.tr.
ADVERTISING RATES.
1 A 1 I. V .
I'u-liicss Canli, iiirunniun,..
line vipiaip, onr n-cilloii,
tine scjn.iiv, twu IiumIIiuh,.,
line sfjmire, oncvittl.,
One eipuiie, two wirks
Onr siiimv, tliiw wwV,-..
ijnc n.iinr, oiif month
.tVI 10
I 10
1 U)
1 :
.-; fo
4 no
1 l
w : 1: 1, v
One .ii:itr, out- In-rrlioii,..
Hucli siilifciiii'iit Snscrtloi
. tl 10
.. .VI
JU'.)ne IiiuIj Ua iuii.
KJ-MoivKiihira'hiTll-en wrftll'. i ii nlur In
dnwiiiinls, Isilh n- to mtc ot i-lurp aaj man
mr or illsplj) In llnlr r.uon.
SCj-Sutli'iss In hi(nl (-1111111111 ln. rlisl for t il'
Urn (cull H-r line for one IimciII.iii, Ivniitj
Outs a llin- fur lo hisi-rlloii-, I'wrnlj'-rive
l.riits a line I'.ir tin. Iii-riilm,,, 'I I1I1 ty-1 tv
1 rnl- a tint- (or one w,rV,, .sml sural) .fur
tint' a lln r.iroui' iimnih,
Cotninuulcatlonu upon subjecta of Ken
oral intoruat to the puhllu boltcitril.
J.J-AII letlci. -hi.tiM l--aJ.lir.st-l In
JOHN 11. OlIKltl.y,
I'nvhtrnt UiIiti liulli-thi tolniwiiy.
I'llY.NH'IA.VS.
ILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
l:lli)t;t.t:: So -.'I Ihlrltriilli sllrrl, U
tween WH-tiiiitiin iivrnnriiinl Wnlinit -Inil
OKKKK: Sorth sl-h- of Klxhth ntlM t U
Ivvirn lomini-rciul un.l Wu-hlnKMn avi nnr
0.
W. DUNNING, M. D.
ltlltli:SLK. Conirr Ninth nmt Wulmil
tixvvt.
OrTILK. fnrncr 'Kill slretl ami Ohio !tr.
OI'KHi; IIOI.'I'.S KruniSu in, Km, nml
from '. tu tl . in
-)R. W. BLAUW,
Gorman Physician.
OrTKK: lla.Wi lllck, (iip-liilr), cou,-r
CUMith ln- tnn.l Wa-hinptnn arriuir
i.. vvi;h.s.
j oiin H.irKEyr
A ((ol-11 c.v nl I.juv.
CAIKO, tl.l.I.VOH
Ol'ru I.. I:IkIii)i -ins-t, Ulmtn Cnmmrr
cul an.l UashiiiKtuii nv rutin.
yAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney at I.tnv.
OKKIC'Ki Ohio I.rvir, mrr rwjm foniimlr
nri iipinl bj rir.I Natlunal Hank,
CAIIIO. II.I.rNOH.
Q.REEN Ht GILBERT,
Attoi'ii.vs anil CoiiiLsolorH
tit Ltnv.
Ort'lCt;: Ohio M-VH-, rooms 7 nml .x
( It) National llanL,
Wi 1 1 in 111 11 . lii.,11 1
William II lilll.iit. 1
VIIIO II.M.NOH.
.sillw rrisl'k I. in it V
CVniciIhI ntl.-iiii.,i, b,u-ii to Ailniiraliy and
3l.-.IUllX)il llll.-ill-9,
DANIEL LAKPERT,
Fashionable Barber
VS II
sonriisiDi: or juatmisruiuiv
Botwemi WnuiUBMi nud Commerclul
Avrnuea.
HOVIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
Wtloox'u 33I00U,
Oorner Tonr un.t Elovmith atieeta.
iio?;ahcHatt.Gh rrico puid for
AMERICAN WASH BLUE.
For Luunary nndl nottsohold Uho,
'vm l icit, hi n vi 1111:
Awrlcw UllriDiriuB Work:, Newark, 1 1
nVJ'i'ioV";!' 'I1"" l Inlho wmtit It
11 1, 'l'1"f",l(i rtnliii iiolhlni: I11J111I.111 in
ti ln..V',l-,'',','''!',,', ,u fl"'" His 'n-n-t.iiV.1
in I . .II,. "M,,,,r wlilli'WiinliliiK. I'UI
V. i V"-!S " rf i-'t"")' 'rii--
l.ir tM..Mi'.;,I'i vr"7J "ifrvwhiic. AliVuyKiir.1.
.ii'!:M'.'n,i'!':;,t",,v' "'
AMIHUOAW ULT1I AMA'illNIt WO.TtKU
.1. "' u'''ii rfjnl ,Sw V.11);
n iin
NI'I'IM.V lll'.INIT.
VALENTIPTE KESOH, "
f3tomnbont, TIolcl and Family
SUPPLY DEPOT
AMI I.l l MI 1
Groceries, Vegetables, Gnmc,
POULTRY,
Fish, Errs, Ilorthorn Bitttor, &o.
Eighth Street,
Bolweun Wnshlnntou nud Coimiiuicl.il
Avonucn.
JlJ-lloisU del vnid Iiit ofrliuivr.
HtlAI, IKTATi: Alil-.M".
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO.
Real Estato
AMI
lEEOTTSE A-O-IDISTTS
COLLECTORS,
CONVEYANCKHS. HOTAKIKS rUBLIC
Land Atrnnta of tho Illinois Cnntrnl ami
lluiliiiKlon and Uulncy K. H.
Compniiieu,
North Cur. Sixth nml Olilo I.uvoo,
CAIIIO. ILLIN0I8,
.1. ... I Si II. l J IIOH lit.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
House Agon'tc,
Collociors and Conveyancers.
OKFICi: - At the Court Houae
P SPRING!
MM SUMMER!
Pricos lo suit tho Times.
Wliolosnlo Figures, but No Credit !
Mrs. C. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart & Gholsou'n
EIGHTH STREET,
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL. AND
WASHINGTON AVENUE3.
"tUIATS, llomuti, Kloivi-rs.K, l.nrr-. KIIiIhiii-,
L L silks, ilvrts, Tin, litImvr-. l'..rm.,
Kill lllnvi-, ll.nlrrj'. Worstf N
Alto tlir "1iJlrs' Drrss liel..riii'
CORSET.
AI..I nil llio iihv i"lvlr ji iiiiuiiiiiiK 'ill.- fni
.-j.rliitt anil -uiiiinrr.
ST1 hr-tr K'wsls Will ' -.l'laiurj low Ok-uir-.
for 1 A-Jlluinll slt iim.s, f-ll-wir
THE WORLD RENOWNED
illH.I.NM HuMl.
Sewing Maciiino
Cjii rr n-vn at nur oilier im In-low Krilliil,
s1.n: will nlnays Ik-I'ouiiiI a lull uii'l '..iiiili li
f. Also n kimhI ii..1j of
Imi Silk, C;'.'.::, Mfo,
Uvny ion wiihl it? 10 liiij n
PirBt-Class Sowing Jilnchino
Mio-.l.l nut full lorallnmli.-jiiilne i.iirmin liini-
(lli.l ll'llll. lH lllll'lUICll.llillKrlM.llS-.
Werlalm fol lliis inu-lilne
lireiil.-r llnriilillll.v. Slniplli-ily, nml
tinny of 0ii-i-nlliii,
Aii'l U-ll. r:.. l.iiili. I f,.r all Lhi.lnor VTnrl. Him.
nn ..lli.l- iiKii'lilin- in the iniiikil, ami ill
l!ii.ininlr- rutin.- -all-r.1cti.11n o.l on
Monthly Payments if Desired.
THE HOWE IiIACITINE CO.,
C'iiIIK'C (.uniineielat inrtiltr ati'l Ninth St
l-il-tf c.lllto. I I.l..
newa'dvertisementsI
PALMER HOUSE
OIIIOAGO. I
Tho Lnrgost nnd Hot Furnished
HoiiHO in tho World.
ENTIRELY FIRE-PROOF.
Prices Rotlticcri.
160 Itooina with bounl, $3.00 por il.v.
too " sa.oo
lbO " " S4.00 "
100 " " t4.60
100 " to.oo
tn:ii.09t or iiiui.iuix, is.,inni,(i' : r mm,
Oi,ll.
D.
C.FOOTE'S CIGARS.
All nmclu by hand, tin- l.r-iln
liu- himl Cuiitiiitiri'-. IH llii'l
tin 111 Willi IH-nliTi iiml llrjl-i-U
moit-i 'I ho Bimilni' lull i' Iin- nuii.i'
ll (.. I'u.iln.i 11 C .K nil llin In
1ml lli-KthriiiitU nil- riorili- Ih-nu
( lay, lai'KU nml iiii ll nii "IIi.m
Kim' 1)i 1 t nm.ir (1 ti.i l.iii.'it, I I. ir
l)tl Flnnmhr Mllln) i'IIii- Ii1i-ii(ihI l Isnr N li
loi i.i 1 Kith Mini Ilan- tuni liii
WeHtorn Fnctory, 00 07 South Wr.toi-
Stvoot,CHIi;AUO,
TO THOSE
IN QUEST
T.ATJTVO TW
OF
JLIX&klJU Ail 1
THE WEST
Tho Iowit R. R. Lund Company
nft'trimrliiili'i-tiiilii nur I VKi,i'U ncir ul Mnml
U iii i ui'H'ini 1iai1.1l II. K I Inn-. In tin- .MI'I'llr II.
Ulini nl Wi-.tirn Inwii Nn li-vt-r nml ' Kiii'i liu 1
il1l,.llrtlll. .,'U I I. Mill IIMtllWII I.l- f.llt-.U.ll J I'l'lllll '
Clili'.iM, Mftli tin rlnintti' nl'iair. mnl 11111111111' In
n.ll mnl i llluulr tu Hi.' laiult nl I'rntliil llllnuli
t3"Miii I iikIiI' I'm- rxninloii I h-kiK, I'ui'
I.i iiuiiIiihts 11. nn riilr il'ii, in' -,. ilium
on tin- lihujfo A- Ninth Wi-ttirn
unit Illiiinl'i I inliul mllriiu.N In lllliiniii
mil unil hack, nr Inr Mniiiuiil I'miitiliK-l p I v lnf
iilri', li'lini, Ar , w-nt 1'ire, mMlt-M .lOIIS It
ini.illll'.N. IjuiiI C.iiiiiiiUlmier,'.ii l!iiinl.il.h
fcliit-t, ( lili'uii, or Ci-ilar ltiiil.l. Inttli
6-7-lw
PRESCRIPTION FREE.
'IjAOIl llin iin-ity nur nl' Irinliiiil Wi-uLiiimh,
Jj Il Mnnliouil mnl nil iliduiih-rt hroUKlit
mi by lnillcivtlon or uri'imi Any Uruirnlut
turn tli'i iiiKrv-llciili,
Aililiwn, lr 1'.. MILTON A CO..
l-'tl-akwlv (.hiolimatl, Olilv,
DlU'IIOini.').
rihf.
Wholoanlo
A
PAINT AND
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OP
JKP WTMm Mil iOi). WS
PATENT MEDICINES,
DltUGOISTS' PANCV GOOBo,
WAX FLOWER MATP.H1A
I IIRUailES, SOAPS,
t TITHE COLORS,
CIIEMICA LS,
V ARNlSHEl'
7l.s O.-ll t'.in 1 '.11 lu.- i'i.I ol'l. f Ion.
ifl iii'mirlliir Mi'ilnUail, I'lni li.l
11 1 1 r-1 Mlili iilhiWc liKii nl id. unl U r.iti-s
WHOLKSALE Sc. HKTAIL,
71 Ol io I.iivev.
(JAIKO
i'FEOillilT ADTJSTAfiES
1
1
THE WW I.OU
'
3
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Groat Durability with Handsome Designs, and Giving PER
FECT SATISFACTION Everywhere.
WADE ONLY BY
Rxcelsiar Manufacturing Oomp'y
(112, OM, 010 and 01U N. MAIN STRUET, il V. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
C. W. HENDERSON, Ciiiro, IlHnoi't. ' "
Importer and
w
62 OHIO LEVIDE,
l Kccp.i a full Ht-'ek of
j IorrL-fcrxolsLy Bo tabou,
Monongahola, E,yo and Robinson County
I FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
Ik'EUiY ISLAND AND (WUMKXLl WIWBS.
MjlJ 1 IIIMll 1 1 iMHllir' ' r 'j
I pjp 1
, gag
1 1 HtBiUsr iiW itftf&Pp t
f
I
I
11 11 mil iimn iji.w-jwi " " mmmm t-t rH
nnit r.ntnll
l -
OJI DEALER?.
VCr.RT AHTICLP1S,
tOJULlKU WIUTK LEAD,
i WINDOW OrtAriS,
COLORS, OILS,
JlY'iJ STUFFS.
I'KHFUIrU.ll ' ,
, ETC., L 1 C.
!.' I- t-I.J-n 1 'i- 11..I (riw ! ., 1 a a
... 1 II .iii.i) Xrlli Iw I . I it..-I (1
flK ""AIL ,te l'KESCKITXON
V'MhlnKlon A v.. Cor. 8th St.
AIIK ECONOMY LN I'Kll'B,
SUMvKIOIi ( (iXSTKnTlO.N.
QUICK AND UNIFORM
Wholcsalo Doalor in
1? ir h
i.j
- - CAIRO, ILL.
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