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OSS H. OBSRtY, Kdltor.
Carl Sciiuiu vWtetl London a week
or to ajro, nnd whlto there receive!' ill
Unxulfthccl attention from many ilMln
Wi: are to have nnotlicr iimtnllnicut of
thcCbarlloJtou ?cnntlon. Westervelt,
a brothcr-ln-law ol one or Charlie's nb
tluctore, lias made n conlcsslon which
throw light on the dljappcamnce. Wes
tcryclt Is In jail In Philadelphia.
Gkn. Siikmmx was a prominent lltrnre
in the Fourth of July eeleliratlon nt
Oulncy on Monday. lie occupied n
place at tho head ot the second dlvl'lon
in front ot the ear eontnlnlnjr the Iwlici
representing the State?.
Tnr. Thirteenth Annual Kxlilbltlon of
the Franklin County Agricultural Asso
elation will be held on the grounds nt
Benton, Illinois commeni'liijr .September
28, and continuing four days. 'ihaaocIa
tlon has added nece.nry Improvements
built a new inuilc and Judges' stand, and
aclitcrn near tho amphitheater. The
premium list has been enlarged, and
special inducement given to exhibitors.
Prksidknt Giunt'h life at J-oni'
Branch is described as behuj free and
easy and thoroughly Democratic. He
walks a little, rides n little, smoke a eood
deal, pays not irmcli attention to any
body and is not annoyed by rccelvlnjr
mucji. His presence adds to the popu
larity of the Branch as u watering place,
and the hotel keepers and property
owners would bo sorry to have him cell
his cottage by the sea.
Guonor. ArrixwniTK, the last of the
Lowcy gang of North Carolina despera
does, was arrested in Goldsboro, X. (.'.,
on the 1st Instant. Applewhite was one
of the most brutal and daring of the
gang, and many attempts have been
made to take him. Ho Is under sentence
of death for the murder of a "hcrift' of
Ilobtson county, and a reward of Ax
thousand dollars for his arrest, dead or
alive, has been long standing. lie was
taken after a fearful struggle with liN
The Courier-Journal' Washington !pe
clal, dated July -1th, cays there are dark
rumors afloat affecting certain prominent
Treasury otllclals In connection with the
late whisky frauds, which It U expected
will develop themselves within the next
few days. .Secretary llristow Is said to
be In possession of evidence establishing
their criminality, and has expressed the
determination to prosecute them to the
even Tin: mazi;tte.
When Mrs. flollls produced her cheap
tricks in Cairo, and the Ul'm.kt is de
nounced her as an Impostor, the Gazette
intimated that our opinion of this lady's
powers was based upon a plentiful lack
of information, and when we said some
thing about the expoie of Mott made by
Peoria men, the Gazette, It we are not mis.
taken.sldcd with Mott. Thh weJa know,
that most of the Spiritualists of Cairo
who really seem to bo informed with the
spirit of proscription, and would, If I hey
dared, burn unbelievers at the slake, de
nounced us as a traducer ot a good man's
character, and wrote to ilott urging him
to ome to Cairo and relute our calumnies.
He came, and confirmed our opinion of
his claims. He shrank from all investi
gation and submitted to no tests except
those that he himself suggested and. his
friends Imposed. At the tirst intimation
that a scheme was on foot to Investigate
his claims without consulting him, he
packed his valise and returned to his
home at Memphis, Missouri. And
now, oven tho Spiritualists that
denounced all who questioned
Mrs. IIollls' good faith, say Mott is not
a success. The Gazette sjR'aklng tor
these says :
Mott, the reproducer of faciluiilles of
dead people, has not during ids stay In
Cairo, given anything like general satis
faction. Vairne. uncertain forms were
made to kIiow themselves in thu almost
nltchy darkness of the room : hut. us a
general thing, parties to whom they pre-
senuiu inemseivcs vrcrc uiiauie to tii.-iin-Kulsh
either form or feature. The testl
niony that Mr. Mott is a reliable medium
is too voluminous, however, to bo over
thrown by his Ill-success in Cairo. A
"Spiritualist" writing for the Ilul
letin attributes the failures to the
ntmosphero of the Arlington
House, where Mr. M. Is hold
lug forth. We do not know but the at
niospticre ot tno Arlington Uoum is as
pure as any other Cairo atmosphere ; but
we do know that, after repeated failures.
ho should, for the sake of the
cause nnd bis own reputation
have held seances in the city
where ho would have found greater
quiet and harmony. 11c 1 charging un
enormous price ($3,00) and Ids visitors
have a right to demand u satisfactory re
turn for their money. If ho can't make
this return whllu remaining at thu Ar
lington, hcshould employ other quarters,
nnd never cease his ellort until lie can
leave Cairo in "as good leather as he
The Gazette cannot bo satlslled, .Mott
ii gone. Although he intended to re
main a week or two longer, lie is gone,
Our suggestion that sonic person would
fettle tho question of materialization by
striking Mr. Mott' familiar (Jen. iSluU
OA In thu face, had the expected cllcct.
The medium retired. Mrs. IIollls va
unable to produce in Cairo either written
communications or materializations after
her method was exposed. Tho "medi-
mas" ottho Mott nnd IIollls kind must
have dupes about thoin to exhibit their
powers. tWhcu real Investigation is
feared by them, they fold their tents like
the Arabs, and as fcllenily steal away.
--Mr. Tennyson, or hU publisher, re
gwe tne namisome sum or 515,000 or
VVVUU annum.; iiuill lAMUIlOferS lyllO
make a business of setting the Luureate's
Mens to music. The charge for iH-nnls.
ton to set a jpoem has been fixed au'
al the applications average two or three
FROM VIENNA, ILL
A 4tinri'il mill l( I'ultil Itr-Mill
Vm'.nni, UN.. July , 1ST..
Ki. llt'M.niix: Virgil Hrook, on-
glnoerat Chapman A lle'8mlll nt Fore
man, hi this (Johnon) eonnty, nnd n man
named I. V. Oavls, nn cmployo nt
Craln A lhih's stavo factory, iiiarreled
on Saturday last. Davis left after the
tlrst round, nnd after arming himself
with a huge, butcher knife, returned to
where llrook wn, and re
newed the Iteht. Some lii"li words
passed, when Davis drew the knife and
plunged It into llrook's side the lull
length of the blade, indicting a mortal
wound. DavN wa arrested and brought
bclore Inquire Jloyh nt Vienna to-day
for a preliminary hearing. The ease,
however, was continued until Monday
next tonwnlt the result of itrook's wound.
I)avl N said to boast that
thl is not' his llr&t vle
1 1 in that he has killed two men nnd one
woman before. While In court, to-day
lie did not seem much concerned about
his future. HeN n villainous looking
rascal, and IVotn all the surroundings of
the cae MnntW n good chance of hang
ing. I will send you full particular when
the preliminary examination has been
A FIENDISH CRIME PERPETUATED AT
ltn Mit-r mill .Miirilcroi-I.ilioly
In MiM'l it Spceily Iliiom.
One ot the most diabolical and llcmli-di
crimes that lias ever been chronicled in
tho State of Illinois, was perpetrated at
O'Fallon, on Sunday morning about one
o'clock, the intelligence of which east a
gloom over that usually quiet place, and
Interfered to a great extent, with the cel
ebration ot the Fourth ol'Jiily. It seems
that a ball was given In the place, at
which there were a great number in at
tendance, both old and young. Among
the party were Jacob Schmidt, wile and
little daughter, seven years of age. At
tached to the hotel where the ball was
given Is n garden, and the children were
allowed to enjoy themselves while the
older people were dancing.
At about one o'clock, .Mr. Schmidt
and wife prepared to go home and went
into the garden for their daughter. One
of the children stated that little MzIe
had gone oil a little (hue before with a
man. Tills aroused the fears ol the pa
rents nnd with the assistance of others
they Immediately began u search for tho
euuii. Auoiu one uuuurcii yarn:) trom
tho bote! and in the yard of Dr. Hates.
was found the body ot the unfortunate
littlo Lizzie, her person having been bru
1- roui what could be gleaned, It would
appear that the.brute hi human form en
ticed the thilil away from the ball and
alter carrying out his hellUh de-lgns,
strangled her to deatli and throw her
body over the fence Into the yard of Dr.
Hates, with the intention that it should
fall into a pond close by.
When the news became known the ex
citement and wrath of the people was in
tense. A man who had made himself
obnoxious during the evening to seeral
ladles, and who all at ouco was missing,
was Immediately suspected ol the horri
ble crime; and if liu could have been
caught n speedy death would have been
his. A searelt was made through the
town nui wiin no success. Telegram
were sent to hast St. Louis, giving a des
cription of the suspected lleiid.
Yesterday morning, Kiliv.ird Oafimin,
of O'i'alou, came down to Hast Sr. Louis
on tho Ohio and MhUstppl train, nnd
when liu arrived at Casey vllle ho saw a
man get aboard whom lie at once suspec
ted as belli'' the Perpetrator of the prune.
Arriving at Kast St. Louis, the man
Jumped oil' before gettlm? n i. ..
When i" orpin; was reached, Oatinan In-
lorineu uiucer i oiiey ot thu circum
stance, and pointed out the man, anil he
was Immediately arrested. Ilogavo his
name as James J!orati. and tlionih Hist
denying having been at O'Fallon, ho at
annulled mat lie was Here.
His shirt was blood v on
the right shoulder, a circum
stance that he could not explain away.
Last night Coiislnhle.Kvaus came down
"and took him to O'Fallon, whero the ex
citement was so great that It was with
great dillieulty that the ollleers could
iroyent tho populace from taking tho
aw into their own hands. The. laL In-
telllgence from there was that the man
was being examined before the coroner's
juryJpil the probability was that he
wouurne siiown to be the tleml who had
committed tills horrible crime.
A ran an i iruirir H in-eser Pes as an
lulnlllmu means ot extlngulslilii'r In
uameu pciroicuiu ine inrowillir 01 a
small quantity of chloroform upon the
Capt. Xoble recently willed theattcn
tlon ot tho ltoyal Astronomical Society
to an apparent change in the color of the
planet Uranus, which has lately taken
place, hut thu member prc-onl at the
meeting (lid not agree ao to what the
color f tho planet usually is. It had
long appeared to be nine to ("apt. Xoble
wlio now louud Its tint to bo yellow. He
thought the change of color golm? on hi
tlio light of Jupiter was suggestive of the
nrooamiuy ol a similar change In that ot
a siraugo ca.-e oi poisoning s re
ported from Strettlu. A gentleman hail
bought a hat lu a shop there, and alter
iiavinir worn u one or two navs was
vyonnied with uiiucaraufo headache. At
inu cauii! uinu nine nicer lormed upon
his forehead, his eyes were inllanied.
and the whole ol the upper part ot Ids
head was much swollen. It was evident
that these symptoms were caused bv the
lint, niiu upon examination liv a eliem
it it was found that tho brown leather
hi tho Inside oi tho hat was colored with
a pohonous aniline dye. It appear., that
iiiilaminntiou Is unavoidable when this
dye is hi contact with any part of the
1 lie process of producing chroino
lithographs more economically, as well
as with much greater simplicity of detail
as described in a lorelgnjoiirnal, consUts
in drawing inu enure sunject upon a sin
gle stone and taking a nroof iiiion a thin
sheet of copper, Instead oi according to
me iimai uieiuod iieee.'Siiaii'ig as many
wjiaraiu niiprcMoii! us moro aro coior
inocoppersnoeiis men cut out care
fully, according to the desired contour of
tho colors, and upon each of the portion
is llxed a solid block of color previously
prepared. Thu whole is combined Into
one lorm, nnd Is printed on an ordinary
"inu iiiuuenco ot neat on color was
Illustrated in a strlKIng manner recently
oeiore inu noyai iiisiiiiiuou, uy .nr. nai
ter Xoel Hartley, demonstrator ot cheni
letry nt King's College, London, lie
made a sketch of foliage and water with
(ho chemical salts known as bromldu of
cobalt and iodide oi cobalt. It looked
like a warm tinted drawing done with
India Ink-of a llcli, grny-lirniril rnlnr.
When heated, however, the foliage
changed to green, and their n,vn natural
blue appeared hi the water nnd the sky.
Tho experimenter Mild that by, varying
Hie quantity of the Iodide employed, tho
leaf tint could be deepened to those of
summer and nutiitnu.
DETAILS OF THE 60UTH AMERICAN
EARTHQUAKE OF MAY LAST.
Hum 10.00(1 1'i-rsoti Kllleil In
llie i'lt.v nM'iit'iilii Alone.
Xr.w Yoiik, July I. Mall advices from
Harrangullla, I'lilted States of Columbia,
bring additional accounts of the destruc
tive earthquake at Ciicula. The story ot
the catastrophe Is continued In all Its
horrible details. A private letter, dated
Salami, May 2.", says the number of tin
dead is calculated nt
tiiui:i:.(I auti:u or ini: r.Niiui: row
i.ation. The lew families which are saved aro
now on llie niirsklrts of what was the
city, living on what they can procure,
but they will sonn be obliged to retire,
as the pulrllleatlon of the dead will not
allow them to remain. It Is heartrend
ing to see llie wounded, who can have
no care, and who cannot remain long
nllve hi their present condition.
Four hundred niiiles were killed In tho
streets, and, us I hero Is no one to remove
them, the stench Is becoming Irlgjitlul.
The villages or San Cristobal. Tarlna,
fiiia-imo Capacho, San Antonio Laba
tera. Sail Juan do I'rella, Kosniio, and
) San Cayetano, are completely destroyed.
The storehouse or ruerio no i.os i ;aenos
was packed and burned by bandits.
savs that such was tho violence of tho
shock that not a single house remained
standing, and uiouumeut.s lutlieceinetery
were thrown down and many of them re
moved n considerable distance Irom their
original site. In thirty seconds the City
of Ciicuta was converted Into a mountain
of ruins. Tho horrible blow resulted in
nn: PiMTii or mow: than 10,000 i'i:n-
In addition to other thousands who were
seriously wounded and bi uUed. (.5 rent
numbers of haciendas have been destroy
ed, and hundreds ot houses in the conn
try overthrown, leaving the people
homeless and eoiHgnul to poverty.
.Many of the trees were torn up by Un
roots and smalt hills were opened liken
melon. The eauo ol the great cata-tro-phe
i. of course, unknown, and the pre
cise place oi its lies t maiill'c-tatlon. Some
suppo-u that the voleauo of Sohatera,
which was in action lu ISIS, is again
breaking out, while others say that
a .vi:w VOI.CA.Nl
h.'i4 imnc.nvd In the hills ol'Ciraeha. It Is
thought the Government will ,-ippoint a ;
scieiituie uonnnission to investigate the
nature of the catastrophe. A private let
ter lrom iiucaramnuga. oi .Mav.'i. savs:
"In I'ledecuesUi tins Town llall is Ile
stroyed, and In Pamplona the Cathedral
Is hi rulu." A telegram from thu lion.
A. (uillec Parra to President Perez, da
ted Ituearamanga. May 21, says : "The
earthquakes continue. Last night the
Cathedral in Pamplona fell. Great alarm
prevails. There is great devastation
throughout tho Valley ot Cueuta. A
di-patch to President Perez, from China
cota, May 21, says :
' 'The population of San Jose, Itosario,
and San Cayetano have disappeared. The
rest of tho department is in ruins. There
have been more than -1,000 victims." a.
dispatch from Socorro, dated May 21 says
the situation is assuming a grave aspect,
nnd sickness and starvation In Pamplona
aro increasing. A telegram from Chl
qulnqulra, ot May 22. says: "The shocks
are: repeating, two last night and one
to-day. There is great alarm among tho
people. Appeals lor help were being cir
culated through nil cities of Colombia,
and most liberal responses were being
Milton's Common Place Jlook, which
was discovered last year in the library of
an ICngllth country house. U to ho edited
).y ii" urn-wood lor the Camden Society.
Mr. Kilhouruo Tompkins lias pub
lished a most beautiful edition of Cole
ridge's "lflnie of the Ancient .Mariner."
with twenty remarkably tliieillusfatlous
ofXoel Paton, 11. S. A.
A History of the Jews in Kugland Is
one of the new Loudon works.coinnionced
for the fall. It i by Mr. Pieciottl, who
has had access to a quantity of material
"Hefore F.xlle ." "During Kxile":md
After Kxllu" will bo the titles of threii
volumes from the pen of Victor lingo.
which will shortly he Usucd. They will
he political lu their character.
The Kmperor of Au.-tria has accent-
d the dedication of llerr Julns Payer's
work on the Austro-llungarlan Xorth
Polo expedition, and granted from his
privy purse -1,000 llorins for iho publica
tion ol It.
Mr. Murray ha published n transla
tion of an essay by M.du Lavoleve on
"Protestantism and Cathol Clsm. in their
bearing on the Liberty and Prosperity of
all Nations, with nn Introductory letter
ny .Air. uinusioue, .m. r."
In Loudon Society will shortly ap
pear, irom the pen ol Jo-eph Hilton, a
iruo History ot Punch." It w be
made Intensely Interesting by hitherto
unpublished letters Irom Tom Hood.
Mayhew, Hrook, Dickens and Thack
I'he Khedive of F.gvnt Is searching
the monasteries and mosques of ids do
minions lor manuscripts to torin a libra
ry at Cairo, lie Is said to have obtained
thirty dlll'erenl manuscripts of tho loruii,
and among them one computed to be
l,l.r.O years old.
A sliver plated No. 0 Wilton .Shuttle Sow
lug Machine, hard (piano) llnhli, valued at
sr. Will bo fold at 520 discount, on eooil
tcrniH, and ordered direct from thu factory.
A No.!) Wilson .Shuttle Sewing Maelitno
valued at $7!. Will be sold at 15 dlhcount
and ordered direct Irr 111 tho factory.
A ifOO itcinlngton Sewing Machine lO,
oil' for cash. .Suitable for tailor or boot and
nhoe mamil icturcr.
At a hsrgatn, and on good tonus, a Howe
How ins Macldne. May bo seen at the Com
pany's otllce, corner Ninth street and Com.
TldniVBijno AtnorleV 18 nnmbors
honiul in a vohnni's full gilt Morocco ;
At)isi:," clonih, Wnrren & Co.V
l'uilor Organ, ilsht from tho factory At Ui
trolt. .,t price, $300. Will ho uoUl for
A now two-horno Gamlila wagon.
For any of tho nunw arllclcH, npply at
the lll'M-KTINOOICf. 13. A. IlL'II.NKTT.
At tlipHtii.t.irrix bindery is numbers',
bound lu two Volumes, mil gilt mor
roeeo; eosf $i I ; for sale nt $1(1,
This pleasant .Suinuicr Itcsm 1 1 now open
for visitors, 'iho Springs mo tiie finest
Clialybento water, and nro situnted In a
beautiful beech vrovc, near n romantic
stream with high rocky hanks. The Spring
are half-way botnrrrn Vienna mil (lob
conda, and can he icachod by hack from
cither ol those plnre. 1. W. lllvi.NH,
June 22, 1876. n-2.2w.
1HSXX Amber and White rag stock
envelopes nt the lk'M.r.Ti.N olllce, printed,
.10 and $1 00 per M.
Obstacles to Marriaye.
Happy relief for mint; men lr.m tbo i-f
feels of crror and aliiiscs In early life..
Manhood restored, lmpedlmcnti to mar
rlngo removed. New method ot treatment.
Xew and rnmarltnlili reni'-illes. Hooks
and circulars sent tree, In scaled envelopes.
Addles!, HOWAItt) ASSOCIATION, 4111
N. Mnth street, PhllaJelphla, Pu.-an lnti.
tntlon having a blah reputation for honor
al le conduct ntnl prolf kslnii:il
O'l l-il & w-liu,
as to the treatment of all disease', trom thu
mildest nllrurnt t the deadliest epldomle,
hut the fnct tbnt the t'allfornln Vinegar
liltters Is rompicrin maladies widen hive
iltllcd tho faculty, rei tiers these profess
ional d ll'eivnccs of little consequence.
While I)yfpipl:t, Oout, lthenin.itlin, Uri
nary Conqdjlnls, HlllioilMlC!.", Nervous
Disabilities, and all disorders not organic,
aro obliterated by Ud inatelilim vegetable
tonic, and alterative, who earcs for opin
ions J1 O-lS-d.l'w-lw.
il't UlP lloM.
Dr. Scth Arnold's Coujfli Killer the
(treat cradlcator for a'l lung diseases a su
perior remedy to all other medicines yet
(Uncovered, la severe orecs. It Is a euro,
qulsk, and perfectly mto remedy lor
consli!', cold", ore throit, whooping cough
:roup, and all diseases of the throat ami
lungs. iic:ail price, 2."i and ftO cents and $1.
Any bottle tint does not ;ive relief nuy be
rctnrned, and tho money will be reluuded.
Dr. Stth Arnold's Dlarrliwa llalm 'J." and
50 cents. Iteiaembcr It is warranted. Ar
Hold's 1111 loin .Mandrake Pills, operating
without sickness and pain. Compounded
by Dr. Scth Arnold's Medical Corporal! n,
Woonsoeket, It. I. Sold by Paul ll.sjcliuh,
druggUt, Cairo, Hi. :iVl.'J."i.:ji;i.
l'II.Si:M:it nt I.011N Ilrrltct-I's.
Wo will t ike, at the' St. Charles Hotel,
during tlioniniincrmontliSjS'jiIvy boirders,
at ii per month, :iml50 hoarders with coo),
picas mt rooais on the upper lloor, at $30
per mouth. At this extremely low rate,
none but promptly paying boirdc.s will he
accepted. Jkwett Wilcox .t Co.,
IJnsc Hulls of i: very IH'srrljilloii
l.liii'ii ami stmw lints.
Large ns'ortmcnt of boys' and
mens' linen and straw hats nt one-half
the original cost. Xow 1 ' "me to
buy bargains "t 7artmaii's, corner Sitn
and O'oiuinerclal avenue.
jSyXX Woodstock envelopes at the
Uci.r.mix olllee. $: 00 per At
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rjllK 1IUM.I:TIX Is imblUhiil every morning
(except Monday) Ii. tin-lliillctln Ilulldln?, cor
ner Washington avenue anil Twelfth strict.
Tun ISclixtin Is seni'l lo dry ubicrilM-nby
fullliful carriers at Twdity-I'lve Cnts n Week,
payable wttkly. lly.Muil, (In a-lvnace), $10 per
aiiiium; nix monllis, in; llm-e months, one
month, $1 '.'.'1.
TIIE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
l'nlilUbiil every Thursday neirnlngat tl 'i'l
pcraiiinuii, invnriably lutilvnnce. 'J lie poatUKC
on the AVeekly will be priuiM at this otllcc, so
tluit subscrllM-ra will ohUiln rurasubucrlptlon
rlco of $1 a year.
I A I I. Y .
DihIiicss Curds, peranuun,..
One Bqiiurc, 0110 nsirtbn,
Uric r-o,utire, two hiM-rilons,
One square, one wk
)ae square, two wit-U,
One square, Ihree ivuks,-
Out- kqure, 01m luuntb ' w'
One square, one hsertlon,
Kach sabsequi ut iiueitlon,
J3Om- Incli I. a 'uaic.
S3-to ri-Kulariilvcrtluorn wconi-rmipcrtorhi-iliicciuuita,
liotluu to rutu ol chnrgi-ji unit man
ner of illfpliiylsg tlu-lr lVvora.
EQ-Niitici-i, in local eolmnn iuti-rtiit for l'lf-ti-cn
Cents )nr linn for one Inoertlnii, Twenty
Cents a line for two Insertions, Twenty-Five
Cents a llnetur three, imerllons, 1 tilrty-Flvo
Cent 11 lino for one week, nml Scvcnty-Flvc
Ceiitu a line fur one month,
Comiuunlcatlons upon subjocta of von
oral lntoreut to tlwi public solloitod,
H3-A1I Utters should he nihlreucil to
aoirs 11. ouinti.Y,
l'lvshlcnt Cairo llullethi Company.
1 111 not nrnku u llou't
Itardwaro Urslora sail them
nioKor.lli Tin Ring. (IOO)
kmi uopprea mi
by mail, pool-
K-TTt I J
hi:ai. ii'iTATi: A(u:. r,
JOHN Q. HAHMAN & CO.
J0NVi:YANCEU3, notap.ies public
Land Airents of the Illinois Central and
UurltiiKton anil Uulncy R. It.
North Cor. Sixth nnd Ohio Lovoc,
I. O. LYNCH,
M. J. IIOMI.KT.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
ollectors and Conveyancers.
Ol'FICK At tho Court IIouno.
JOHN P. HELY & CO.,
OFFICE In Wlntor'H DJoott.Cornor Com.
mcrcinl Avenue nnd Soventh Utieet,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN TIIE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close
Uorucr 10th St. and Commt-rcinl Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
Tho People's Homcdy.
Tho Universal PniuExtructor.
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O.VIt'N r.XTKAC'T In for:iluliyall rirfct
'luss llriiKiclhlN.ainl ii-roiiiine.iiliilliy
all t)rn?Klkti, l'liyblclans, anil i-vi-i-j-loily
who Iiiih i-iiT usul It.
ruiiiplili't conlalninv lllntory ami l't' mall
ml Int; on aitillmllon, If nut lijnml at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
.o Vu l it ami I.Diiiliin.
Notice, in Bankruptcy.
Uiilliit Mnti'ii of Ann-rim, I
boutiurii nwiict ontiiniiu.
WIIKUIIAS, on the iil ilnyof May, . I,
17.1. thu '.'I'mlenvilli'is Vici klii,-roin-liany"
llhil a lllii-l hi the Plstrirt Loin I of the
1,'nllcil Hlalen lor llie onlhirn lllflilctof 1111
iioli, ncalnst lhe"l'iul harge oflhe uti-ainvr
Kevbtoiie" mnyinir thut (he hiiiiiu may he con-
tlemnul forri-ai-oiisaml causes In i-iihl llhel nien
llmuil. Ami wlien-as, hy ilrtueof tiroci-Hs In
ilue fonnof law, to me illricti-d, ii lmnuhle on
thellrnt ilonilav In July net, lliavvtvlzcil njnm
unit taken the talil "Fuel haifteof titi-amcr hey
Mnue" ami have llie sanu-lu my cuntoily,
Notice Is heieliy kIich, Ihatn Ulstricl Coint of
the Unlteil f tates will he hehl at the UnlUl
btates Coiut Itooni, lu tlierily of siirlnnlh-lil.on
the llrst Moiulay lu .Inly ni't,for the trial ol tin
Kiihl iiremlses, anil the owiurorowncrn, ami nil
persons who have or claim any Interest lliiriin,
are lieri'hy cltiil to h" ami apiu-ar at the time nml
nini.-kiiiil. tit hhow i-aiiM. Ifanv tlu-v hale.
w hy a ili-cne bhonlil not he rrinh iiil in iutoiiI
anee with theiirayerofsalilllliil,
bprhiBllelil, Ills,, lime 13, l7".
1 tCIvltl) It, KOI-!, L' H. MarMi.il,
UNITED STATES MAKSIIAt'S CALK.
Vt' virtue of 11 wrltof sale UiiU'il out of the
JJ District Court of llie l.'nlleil Stales, fur the
houlliern Dlxtilct of Illinois, In Ailnumlty, ila
till on tho Mth ilay of June, A . I. If"', Mill he
sohl at piihllc tale, to the hli;hct an I heat hU
iter, lor rash, at l.airn, lu wild District, on the
Kill ilay olMulv A l, Ul'i at 10 o'clock a. 111,.
the followlnir ile-rrlbnl property, to-wll : I'nel
boat ofHIi-amcr Keyslune. the sainc havlnif hcin
coiiitcmueil ami onli'icl hy the court to he sohl.
KIlWAltlllt. ItOH, U. S. .Malslml.
Sprhmtlelil. IllhioU.JuiieVtth, lb"3
TUB NEW LOW HliSHKVOlll WANIMRiV
Groat Durability with Handsomo Designs, and Giving
FECT SATISFACTION Evorywhoro.
MADE ONIT I1Y
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
2, CM, 010 mul 010 N. MAIN STUEET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY DY
C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Zllinol3. -7-Jni
MRiii mm. Of DST GOODS
- O.un-d ft r nli' at
GSroat HedLiotion in Frioes
LAKGlil STOCK OF
I.ariic "-toil. rWhlto Ooods, Victoria Lawns, Swlaa Mutnallca, and iUw Hoik of
Itlbbonn, 1 1111 i-nliiu pitm-k will I cilil lit iiriiiil i- ,-t , nn 1 murium uii'it It 1-rlux-d nt. I nil
ml l)i'i-i)liiiiiiiliiriiii-at Ilsiyiln- 'I l;l!.M- MTIM- 'I I I All
Cornar ZSigHrth. f3t. and Oommorcial Avo
PAINT AND OIL DEALER?.
JOBBERS AND RETAIIL-o L'l'
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GCOK,
WAX PLOWER MATERIAL,
Ti. f..llclt rorri-ipun UiiT anil 'irt-1- :ri;n
01 i;..o'H 111 our line Mumiin.1,11
llllnt Willi rt-liablt- Ini(? at nnfo'mMv r.i-
WHOLES ALK & RETAIL, fj
74 Ohio Leveo. '
62 OHIO LEVEE,
wmm rmmsBs mam s
Koopa a full stock of
Monongahola, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
aiMiiiiiiiiii in mi mm;
QUICK AND UNIFORM
TO ..'LET ARTICLES,
COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
1-t 1, 1,
iVficlam nml litnml St in- In ai
n imI "jrify .Mxllrlnr- (.afvs IliniiKliKl or .
ilEAlt. d I'UESCRITIO
WaaUnirtoii A v., Cor. 8 th St.
Wholosnlo Doalor in
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