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JOKlf R. OURLY, Editor.
ATKNTfl.
ThcfoUoyliiK lnllstof p.ilciHs lsiiotl
to Inventors of Illinois, Tor the w eek rml
In July 10, 197f, and each tinted '"" -r!
VlmtoK Machine, E. Benjimilii, t-M'
euro : Cider Mill, T. Gait and 0. Tracy,
merlin ; Dies for Makl.i I-' Jc
PIoir,C.TIioinpD, 3 Wine; MacWno
for Cuttln Mrt"S
Paper W. Sroti ClilcaRO ; Har
row, C. Bnvfriefc. Charapalcn county ;
Hollow Orate Bars, Y. Greg?. Chicago ;
Fifth Wheel. .1. Hcxlcv. SprluRtlelil :
Ritlvaj- Crolty:, E. Patterson. Chi
x'ago ; Combined tamp ami Oil Can. W.
Robert. Qalney; fire F.ik- 1-shUr.
O. Sanfonl, AOiton ; Stove, H . intlir-
X Hull, Belleville; Boot- and Slios
W.Mcynr and 11, rrrdliurfr, Qnlncy:
XutLoc-k.'W, Olden, Sprinpficia.
One-sixth ofthpoU iirrmiiwliuliw-n
tlwolntr-il by fc prtwi lnunilutlnn. "Ton.
lomo," ayc ti ilUptiteli in thr "New " wU
r"irtiM,"U the center (r the tutwt blnok
nnd braTt-remlerliiK wuitr, mid tlie
e.ntlrp vnlloj U the fJiirnnne liav
been stricken. The living worr smart u
drtitli iroin ImU MUl tYaintfUolv llnwlile-.
Thorjnialnfrtf lie iii'nit vore wrrieil
trom the tmnh. 'Churches wrri-lnvniluil
by tlio tvatnr. The nltnr nl lite clnirnh ot
St. JJIfJioln wiik swopt nnd the e(ine
erated hoAt nnd sacred vrfwuls curried
avmy by the iluvlul tlilo. XnlilcK, work
men, farmers, nnd jiaiipur wore cyuuUy
stricken. A nnlilc mar(ub- hwt Jiii own
life (Inrlnc u pulhtnt tmflcaviir 'to save tin
live; nf his lnilplilinrh. Tip.iifl bodies lire
found, horribly mutihiU'd.ut almost ovory
wldy or.UK' current. Thousand of w
plc have lrt tliolr 'lives; r many, in
tteed, tluit It It; lntlmatud that the fxnnt
liumlmr will never be Trnnwn. The ex
ertions vbJoh 'ujt Iwlnp made dor Hie rt-
lief of the HnrvJvorf urc most jiruiM
wnrthy,'tbc discharge nf Tlit! oWit-aUcm
of charity iavinp imltod jna-foni' tf tli
cretMl- and claimes In u prand-cflorL"
Hon. Siudlrr M. CalJom 5 tJ4rrnr cf'
ttecoaiiuc Governor -of UHaoU ; taxi, if
Senator lipun If- no: nominiW-i. nr3l
probably Ik; the Eejialilicaia omiiiiiat-
for that office uert y-tts. He is i Ax-ry
pleasant ptatleintn il wniafcrtMt a&d
irr un3 Arould 1111 Cor. Iircrji3ref- tioe?
more than full. TbeSrctr j2rpif.fr- siy
that ilie Clucapo 7ribunt fsrors liw awa
inatiou of Mr. CnDoia, whJch Jf probiWy
trae. "The Tzibur is c! the mild irjte of
EadictJ, tad aot irieiidly to Senator
L'jpLJi.
Bst vby ibculd the Jtiilicilf pniare
iiiut 1: -will bo lcrre's litwr losu The
am Gwera'.ir of Illinoi! will be a sen
dtsts trbs not sympathize with
tit Siiicsl piny or Kadlcal pollcie;
Hcc TTrs. K. yiorrisoa, for Inetanoe; or
Hoa- tr, c. Flajrg; or Hon. A. A.
Ojca; or Mroe other man of the ktml .
'lib U t foregone concbtiion, ahvay
prorii;djitTtrxbtlt5,that the hot-headed
ces the lttnocrats and the tn
thush.r.killy foolish amon tlie Inde
peadent Eetortner; do not kick all the
la law the fire by fighting by refu-inp
to ccnle-ce. But they won't be o fool
ish. They will certaJny be wl-e unto
their own Eilvation; and, if they are.
Mr. Cullom and Senator Lo'an may bid
"UrewcU, a long farewell to all their
greataef ,' They will be retiml to pri
vuelite. UIR BEAM IS lllh.
3ir. Potter, of the Mound City Journal,
has been pleastd to wy of it-, very un
kindly, that we are a winker at the cor
ruption or Radical olllciab, basing the
charge on the fact that we rcfu-e, without
proof, to believe that a man calbtl by a
political opponent a thief, Is one. In
these days chariies of corruption are so
treely throw n about by partisan mallg
nity that it is with dlllicultv a citizen can
determine who is honest and who dis
honest. The good old rule of believing
every man innocent until be ha- been
prou-d to be guilty, ha been revered!,
ana U seems tlwt every man must be In
nevea to be a thief until he has been
proved to be houest. This has become
Mr. Potter's rule, and, although he was
at one time a Republican, ho demands
that all Democrats shall denounce all lie
publicans as thieves. We have refused
to do this, and liave therefore fallen uu
iter the displeasure of this gentleman
wno uoes not ncsitate to charge that we
apologize or Iladlcal corruption, a vcrv
palpable and mean falsehood.
Mr. Potter may learn by the les-snn we
propose to give him that charges or dis
honesty not sustained by evidence, should
not be accepted as tho statement) of
lact. Ills neighbor of the Pulaski I'atriot
does not hesitate to say he is corrupt.
Sliall we therefore put him down as st
rascal? ThcPun' calls, tho .foiuWn
kcll-out sheet, nnd calls Mr. Potter a
truckling demagogue that would sell tho
people of Mound City out ol house and
home for u dollar destroy them for the
protlt or non-residents. This reads to us
like an outgiving ot venom ; but It Is a
charge, and according to Mr. Potter's
owu practice, It ought to be believed he
ought to bo held up as a "sell-out" scoun
drel until helms proved hlshonestv. The
Patriot goes further, and charges that
Mr. Potter has spent his whole energy lu
mlng non-residents from taxation at tho
expense 0i the ttaj.na ol Mnun.l Clfv
thatuehasKomxled tho death knell of
Jlouna utv, and that la, Indignant fel
luweviiucu ueinamt ili.it, be
wt.1l ll II... ...
m wnwui ui inn uMuinuy work, and
wcHwyviuuu w uiu jmjuiiu oi lleiib" hi)
roelved as the price of his pcrlldy ; tlllll
DM peopw are anxious to learn whui
kind of a genius they have tolerated
tk4r Mkbt atui warmed Into deadly
vital -
Ity tar their charity and kindness:
Hit1
tlilrtv pletrMif 'tlM'l-
Th'h li vcrv excellent nblfe. H ''"Vn's
nlltlionrouml.niKllutltte.Mr. I'ollur lie
foretho jtulillf n.a hteil In Urn pay of
In.N.nghtliiK tion-tvWtlcnU or Mountl
City, a olleiwmi. Shylock taking hU
pound rif ilcli, n .ludai receiving his
thlrtv 'eo o( "liver, and o forth.
Son', for our pant, ami In face oi Jhejaet
tii.it .Mr. Potter ha never lot an oppor
tunity to 0 out of way to nbuo u,
we do not hcllate to say that we do not
believe nnv one of the cbaivei made
aRalu't hhn by the ltriot. To us they
appear rltlleulou, .'Inee the Journal
man could not It he had wished, screen the
non-resident lax-payer's projierty from
taxation; but II u were to nuvpt Mr.
Potter' rule, we would, upon the empty
chariot' the ltriui, plausible inouvrb
to catch the eat of jwHUmI grnunriliuKs
at once put him down Hf a thief and say
to him : Prove thnl you nr bonet."
Alter aw Ink, when he ha cooled dow n
irotn roi hot ynntli In inlitie: arter he
In
one party several yoarf at a time, and
thnf io?ei the ardor of a iyw convert;
after be bnf cut all bis political tet lh eye
teetJi and idl, Mr. Pottr will be a very
clever pentlpifian.juirl uiVI not, ti- be
ofton ditei now. not like npctirirnt politi-
ieai nbllfl. a iuernlon cliHA. sSven to
bobliup iiv lust friends it, cuardian.s
who would take oIT Its diapen. lead II Into
coiuiniii) nc and teach It in be manly
mill triitlitiil.
j'iii: iiksiiiiw kii.i.i.vc rn r.
The nepriM'-uonnlnatlnp wbite row
dle ot Viet,sbiir wrr not to blame fur
the maeaerc at thatplaw tn the .th inM.
tVeleuni tbi- from the 1ekilurp Jnr
nld. The -way n li wai. iWt: It Jmd
been nnnouneid tlironpliout Hie wunty.
In all the nepi churches that on tbe Mb
In ft. tbor- m onld be a wlcbration at
Vick'diurp of ti.'Uh anniversary of Ameri
can tna(jjRiifl(irjei. On Ibe Ui, tlw? owirt
bou-.c to crowded with Heproo. A
numbtirol wbitc KermWlcatis calkil rar-jict-bagpur,
were present jmd tor.k rart
in tbe orpaniratlon of tbe lneetinp. A
uumbia-of white men jiot IJtJMbcan
"on tlie otiatmry, quite the reverse"
vctc jdfo at the tDociinp. Of c&ur-e
therlmd arapht to there.
For a time all went on w ell, but at la't
-tobti lfill. a renegaJe wjjli umii. or. in
o'Jier worJ?. a widte Itbick I.Vpublicin.
came out of GUmer"' private room. and. j
a the lfrs-M tronply txprc.e It. I
fiittl bhnsdt into csplessant prosim
Irr so wversd white gt-ntkroj." among
aiioeB wit Mr. Harvey Andrew, one ol
:1m; -I sin a geaUexaan. begod' ciiizcns
of tbe soveretm State of MId-ippi.
V lIivt- no ItepcbUcaii will take is
se witli u-, cerulaly no Democrat will,
we sav mat a rccegaue lias no
right to lore hitnftlf In or out of a pub
lic mating, in'.o cIoj proximity to a
white gentleman. When, therefore, 31 r.
Andrew, who i a white gentleman, saw
the close proximity ot the renegade. Hill,
lie. a a matter of courc. told him
to get out of the way ; and. when Hill
did not do so, struck him over the head
with a pistol. Tlie man who says Mr.
Andrews had no right to strike this blow
and hit the renegade, is a Radical beyond
all doubt. Mr. Andrew. would have
proved himself no gentlemen II he had
not hit II1II with hi pl-tol. Having been
hit, it was Hill's duty to "get out," as
Mr. Andrews had ordered him ; but, be
ing perverse, hedld notdo so; lie actually,
with a displav-ff l"i"",c"ee rarely
wn In "a Southern Radical, exhibited
yrnptoms ol belligerency, whereupon
Mr. Andrew, asany "gentleman begod"
would have done, fired his pitol at the
irate Radical, the ball from which,
luckily, as all bone-t Bourbon
inuEt admit, entered Hill's left shoulder
and ranged down the llesh about four
inches, where It lodged. At this moment
another Radical named Ren Allen mount
ed a lench, and it is presumed drew n
pistol. Promptly he wa knocked down,
nnd badly Injured about the face.
About this lime the aggression ol tho
negroes Itccameso outrageou-ly conspic
uous that, as the hral l ,-ay.-. "they
jumped and tumbled and skipped over
the second story balconies with acrobatic
agility." While this was going on, a ne
gro named Edward caught Willie (ireen
by the coat skirt. As a consequence,
Kdwarib was bruised and arrested. In
the Slierill's ofllee he had tin: auilaclt v lo
be insolent, when "Mr. flreen cut him lu
the lace with his pistol." Mr. (ireen did
not shoot Edw ards, an act of forbearance
tint may cost him ids high standing
among tlio-e who are "ireittleiiien be.
god."
After this had happened, a negro was
killed at the Jail corner, another w ounded
In tho vacant lot next to the Wild (loose
Exchange, and other., not mentioned,
were castigated. Xot u while "gentle-
man begod" of thu number that attended
the meeting was hurt, u fact which goes
to prove that the nigger were tlie aggres
sors. Wo believe no honest man doubts
that the niggers were to blame in this
matter, and that tlie whites acted entirely
on the defensive.
Tin: ixdian itiNu,
, special Wnsl.lngton dispatch, dated
.uu lust., lniornieu tlie country, lor the
undredtli lime, that it was again repor
ted that .Secretary Delano was about
relliKjulsh the portfolio of thu Interior.
And on the IHlhlust., l'rofe.-sorMuihh,
of Yale college, who has recently visited
thu territory occupied by the Slnux In
dians, ids visit being purely lu the Inter
est of bclenee, published in the New ork
Tribune a letter to President Grant, In
which he told some tinviirnl-hed truths
concerning tho management of Indian af
fairs. Prof, Mareli was made aofjualnted
with the facts related by hhn
by lied Cloud, who refused to
allow the party to enter the
reservation until Prof. .Marsh had prom
ised to personally acquaint the President
with the facts as they come under his
knowledge. Prof. -Mareh charges and
hi
j that
I who
vouches for the truth ol thu htatemeuU
the Indian agent, J. .1, Savllle. Is
that
" unfitted for Ids position und Is
tltM wlOi fo Know Ulio PtUe )'i"
guilty nftjiws limit!. upon the IiuIIum '
inilef III? i-linrno t Hint Hie mililber of
Indlatio id. this iiKcney lm been syrli'inat
lenlly iwlaled t that Ihe lieefcalll'' nnd
lloiir Iwlted to the Indians me very In
ferior; the pork not sullublo lor human
faro Jim vugar nnd codec not good ; the
tobacco rotten mid ot little or no ue to
the Indian; that in enne(iieiiee of fraud
and mUmanaucmeut, the ' Indians hnd
uflerctl preatly the pai-t. winter lor food
and clothing; and lastly, that the con
tractor had charged the government lor
traniiortatlon of freight for two hun
dred nnd twelve miles when the distance
was in reality one hundred and lorty-llve.
Prof. Marsh alllrm that, the corruption
pervadinp Indian nlbiir; U the main
eauo of tlie discontent nnd hostility
unong the Indians, and pointedly asserts
tliat the ira.-nu he did not mak his state
ment to Hie Interior Department was
Wati'o he lm nt eontldence whatever
In Secretary Delano or ( oinml-sloner
mlth, nnd that in all lib intercourse
with thc?e two otllcer" their object has
been not to discover and expoe frauds
but to conceal and hide them.
Hie statements of Prof. Mardiare evl
dently thoe of an entirely disinterested
person. They reveal a dl-jji-aecful -tate
of aflir in the Dcparimont of the Inte
rior. The fraud practiced upon the In
dian- by Secretary Delano and hi ring
of oonspirntor arc the more sliamclc
because the IndbinsarejiMctlcally unable
to right their wrongs ; and their anger,
hnoteni a- far a the conpirators arc
oi)cenied, is ti.irlianuly vl-ltetl on each
otltcrand on tbe innociMit and belple
Mttler on tbe frontier. The Indian ring,
ol Mbleii Secretary IVl.mo appear.- to be
the bid and front and chief Mipportlng
spirit, ha- long lvn a di-graec to Pre'i
dent (.rant's administration. .lutlecto
the Indian and to the jK.ople of tho
country, who are alike tlie victims of the
fraud- practiced by the rimr, reuulre that
the nunory concerning the retirement of
Delasio and hi fellow-conspirators, ln
made tacts.
Som: twenty thou-aud ieople wit
ne-l tlie gn-at universitv regatta
Saratoga, on the lltli lust. Thlrtirn
collegi crews, Williams, Cornell. Am
her-t, Bownloiu. llrown, Columbia, AVes
lyan, Princeton, Dartmouth, Vale, Ham
itfrtii. !Tnu-!,pit .iinl I'tiTnti tnnl. i.itr in
the race. The Cornell crew won the
; victory in sixteen minute-, sixtv-threc
and a-lialf :
econds
I hk -cveral co-operative societies of
England, who are engaged in an eflort
to open up direct trade l)ctween the .Ml
siippi valley and the old country, have
sent commissioners to Xew Orleans and
Oalvcston, lexas, lor the purpose of
examining the facilities at thoc point-
for improving and enlarging the trade
with Europe.
NEWS FROM ABROAD.
THE
ALFONSISTS WIN A SIGNAL VIC
TOBY IN SPAIN.
Tlif Aiiii-rienii Kill) Ten til InNi-ollniMl.
.s.v i:.v..iiii Kxet'SK I'm: iickciiuii,
!.Si)DS, .Illy 10. TllU Times lllivltl'
iiuuililicu sonic stricturiM on me iiuiirvfs
in lavor of Henry Ward licuclicr by Con
'niiratlonal mliiistw, Ur. Aloxnuder
Uali-i-di, one oftl.e jmw, lias written
h reply. Ho Mys in fcl'iilnjr tlie add
he never meant to commit m.y portion
ot ti... ..oti-coiiioriuiRis to ins views una
ndd. "it us not :i soimil iirlucinle to as
sert that because a man may be blama
ble in lighter tilings, he Is not to be up-
proacneu jwiiii au expre.-.sion oi syui-
until v liv tlin-f! who nr.! im:iir-:iknlilv
irlad'to believe he has shown himself in
nocent oi tnc Heavier enarge wiiu pom
nlete success.'1
The letter concludes as follows: "I
never supposed that lu signing the docu
ment I was nxprcssintf any opinion on
3lr. Hccclier savlnw or doings in tron-
eral. I helleve the Christian Rntlmeut
of England will lament and condemn
some tlilntM which lieccher ticknowl-
ed"c. In thu oour.ii! of ihe trial he
blamed himself without ntlut. Now I be-
Ihive he has recovered himself and will
stand lu honor and u-efulness for
merly." C
M'AM.SII MIMTAKV Ol'KltATIO.NS.
Madhuj, duly 10. An olllclal dispatch
"Ives the tollowhi'' details of mllllUirv
operations: The tlirlitlnir Wednesday
near Nan Clares. In the province of Alava,
lasted live hours. The Carllsts under
I'crula and Hon Carlos numbered i-lgh
teen battalions of Infantry, twelve fxuns
and four hundred and lllly cavalry. Their
loss was one hundred and fortv killed,
many wounded and a number taken pris
oners. The Alfonslst general, Contreras,
twice brllllantlv chariffd the Navarre.
with eighty lancers.sowing death In their
ranks and creating a jiaiiIo. The railway
between Vlttorla and .MIraua ha.s lx.-eu
testorwl, and that lctvecn Valencia and
innro. will snortiv lie reopened.
(ieu. .lovellar ! at .Morella. province
oftJastellade Lu I'lana. Welster's di
vision Is endeavoring to overtake Dorre
gary. It has orders to liuincillately at
tack If It comes up with him. All fords
of the liver IJidego lu Ariigon are
guarded.
The ( 'arllMs have retreated lu disorder
toward Amacoa. (Jens, (uesadas,
.uiii;i mm .l-iih are pursuing iiiem.
einie"da'a victory at .Nan Clares pre
veuica uie i.arnsts iroiu invading fcan-
lauucr auu AStiirias.
IN IHIN.NIi: Si.'liU.ANP.
Lo.viox,.luly 10 The American rille
team arrived In Ulnsgow this morning.
V, . V i. , ' .,3 , fl,u (l J",e Principal
and oilui k,'.: T . iv will
i.wiiimiiii nun uiiiiir iiiKi-s. ineywill rc-
!! main lu Scotland until Wednesday next.
The Scotch rilleinen slarled for Nimble-
(r- don before the arrival of the Ami&
ain in Dcotianu until Weduesdn
1
CHICAGO.
:ip:Ensis,rsa.oo.
Thirty-Third Annual Session
Begins Sept. 29th,
i'or L Irculnrs Aildrt-aa
Dr. DoI,aakio Miller, 028 Wabash Ave.
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eeliitn on fivlKliti and u.eenKi rs to all K.iiit
trlfiiitnry
tor iiirnier iiiinrrimiion ajxly to
run., i t, l.ll, rnfhenKer AK-lll.
HAI.I.IDAY llltOS., I..,,,.,
.1. M. rilll.MI'.S, j AK"d.
Or to
UKA.MaiKK,
hllM-rlnleiicIent and (i.-nerul 1'relnlit Auenl.
lo-.i.-jd.iy. lAanhille Indlaiiu,
A Itenoallory ail IhhIiIom, I'leitvure
Hint IiiHlriiellnii."
HARPErVSBAZAR.
llltvUraletl.
MOTICKH OF HIJC I'JtKMM.
Tlio lla.ar l-i eilllc-d with a eontriliutlou
Of tact and talent that wu tcldoni lltul Inanv
Journal; and the Journal itft-ll Is the organ
oi me great worm oi luMiion. jiohioii i ruv-
eier.
The lia.ur coinuieii Jm Itsell toevt-i v luem.
bcr of the household to the children by
droll and pretty pictures, to the young la
dles by its titkhion-platcrt In endless variety.
mi in ii iiruiiueni iiiauoa oy us imucrns lor
the i.-lilldrciiV elotbes, to paturlamllliis by
Its tableful ileilifns for embroidered slipper
and luxuiiout ilrunHlni; uowim. Hut tint
reading matter of the lluzur Is uniformly ol
ercat extellciiii!. Tho liuiicrhiiH nciiiifred
a wide popularity for the llruMdu unjoyinent
It allordi. .S, V. Evening Post.
TKItMS :
llara-r'n llizur, one year.... ft (X)
Tour dollars Includes prepayment ol U
H. nontui'u li v tin, iiubllsherH.
mjuBUfliuiwiiH lO liurvei n inuKaiue.
I... I . ,t -.. ft, t....
" in
yw, 910 Wjs c
3iU! l" M
""ffian,,
Weekly, and ll.i.iir, to on addrexs for one
vear. 810 it): nr two of Hauicrs 1'erlodl
.ddrcss tor ono year, i w,
nnv of citiior-diie aiaeazme
Wceklv. nr Hunr will tie sSnlled urntlH
for every elul, of llvo Bidikcrlliers at $i 00
itch. In one rnmlttancu : or. aix uopiei tor
8i0 oo without extra coiiy : postago iree
isuck tiuin cru can uu huppiicu at uny
time.
The seven vninmps of llariicr'H liuzur, lor
tho vearK tsrji T.n. '7ft. '71. '72. '73. '74. tie-
1 Kuntly houiHi In green morocco cloth, w
ho soot by express, freight prepaid, 1
vi i:
tor
ei ihi i-aefi.
nfrjiuT-inra urn not to cony mis ait
vertlBouiciit without the oxpiess outers ol
iiurncriirotUcr. ml
AuiircasUAlU'ElMs liltuiur-rtD, rt. i,
PROTECT YOUR BUILDINGS!
Inulev'a Patent Slate raiat
Foil r-niNULK, Ti". ln! awh (Iiiavicl Uoois
'I'hli lit 1. wi nml Water-Proof 1'alnt. ea
liccliilly ilenlirned for Klilnvle roof. An old
i(i(.f.Sf:iii..i',.TniMl. will outlast a new one tin-
jialntwl, and a new roof will laat tlilt-e times as
louK fmle.rulnteil. ah ainatier oi ecouinuy
roof iih,Iii i..ii.it mnru tliun anv nUicruart of
uuiimng, i-nce. 0" teuisiivr huuum, cciui iur
lumiililtt Agents wanteii. 4
1 23 o ;i ivTi'
wiw.ia O. JAuawfli
p.-j WashtiiRtou St , Clilcnijo,
VAHir.Tv Tom:, ,
N"ew-York Btoro
WHOMCSAUt AND HRTAIL.
Larvoiat
VARIETY STOCK
JK THE CITY.
Uoods Bold Very Close.
Uomat 10th St. and OouiuircUt Av
CAIRO. IU.INUI8.
C. 0. FATIER & CO.
HI. A I. ESTATE AUENT.
JOHN a. HARMAN &
Real Estate
CO.
house a-3jisrrrs
COLLECTOHS,
JUNVEYANCEIIS, N0TAKIK8 PUBLIC
Ltktid A Kent of tho Illiuola Central and
uuriiUKion anu uumcy it. n.
Compa&lea,
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lovoo,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
I IJ L1MIII.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
A Nil -
Bouse Agents,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE- At the Court House
POND'S
EXTRACT
The Pcoplo's Remedy.
The Universal Fain Ext
actor.
Note :
Auk for Poud'a
Take no other,
Extract.
"Ilmr: fur I will fleak of excellent tlilnir
FOR
InJiirlPM to Man or lleu-u,
Falln, Ilriili-ti,.
Hlrnln, hi.mln-i, Contu-
sImud, Dlilncjtlont.
t'rnrtiirpi, ( uu, Lireni-
ImI nr llirlk..! W'.iiltulA
IHnrlllui(t.lliirtJ,Hvild,
bun burns,
f II BA.I I ........
FONTS
hlitttlllKoi lllowl
Xoh lllrd, ami llletil-
InK liumt nr item.
Vonillliiarur Illwuil and
llloo.lv DltcliurKCx.
Pll" lllee.ii(t 1'llin,
lulu. I iiiu, (ii.iuilli.u.)
Toullineti).Kaiuclie,Neii-
rait; la, Sellel Kate
KhellllllltNlll. ltlietimu
tlB.Swelllnir or.Snrenent.
EXTHACT
SilliriiN or Soieiie-!.
I.umlui"o. IjimellucL.
im Tlu-oiil or Uiilnny.
Inlliuiieil Tonslfc.
Ulpllierln, llroiiel.l
ll. AIIiiiiii.
Mori-or Inflamed Kji or
' i:ye-liiM
CiMiirrli, I-ikorrlie-.t,
Diarrhea, Dyjentery.
Sore- .iPlt-4riiillliied
ilretnt.
1'iiliifiil or too I'rnlu-e
Monthtle.4.
Milk l.eif. Ovarian UN-
eafc and 'liunfir.
Kirlury Coiiiiilnliit,
PEOPLE'S
REMEDY
uruiei nml ftlraiiiniry.
M'linlinifF, and i:coila
I
Hunt or l n r.-int , or
Adultt
Urged of Inll.inmt Vclin
L'li-.-n. Old Siii.-i. Itii,-e.
nal Ulcerutioni
noil. Cuilmnelr-x, 'In-
mAHJ II... U.lll.
NTXilvNAL ToniH nnd Ilnnlons Cliul-
eil or fore reel.
nr, iiiiiinitt.iiuniinor .-an-
USE. die Ualls.
ipiiiii orwnuimv, r rosl
el l.lmlit or I'nrts.
.Hoaqullo IIIIon. liiKi.t
Mln, Cliuiicl llamU.
N''M KXTIIAT Is for sale l.y all I'irNl-
. iiriiKUiaiN.anu reconiineniieu oy
all DruirKlstt, I'liyslclaus, and i--r-bo.lv
who him ever iikciI It.
m.iulili-t rontalnlnullhtnrviind L'i- null-
eil ii-ee on uiiiirnii(jii 11 uoi loiinii aiyimr
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New Yurh mill l.uniltili.
411-MS-dly.
Daunratloiutbly tht, lieat Hiialnlned
tfuria ui lun Mum in iiiv nuniii"
HARPER'S MAGAZINE,
J I.I.I WTKATKII.
NOTIOKH OP THU I'llKHS.
The ever IncrcabliiL' circulation ol thU
excellout monthly provoH IN coutlnued
adaption to popular dCMtren and nneiln. In
deed, wnen wo iiiiuk into now inauy iiomui
it penetrates every month, wo must eon
alder It an one of tho educator n well an
tltartulncru of tho iiuhl o mind, for 11h vnut
populunty hua linen won liy no appeal to
Hllipiu rrejuiueuH or ueir:ivemiiiui,. mm
ton Ulohe,
The ehatactiir which thin .Miigazlne 1ok
HCfwet for variety, enterprli.e.urtlNtlo wealth,
and literary cuiiiiroiuni uuaKeiii. uucu vtiiu
.... t T. 1.... ..... .Imno l...iil.l nnlll-n III
11 li lian llUi le.l UIU imior. nuumii uuiiou
conductor)) to rciraru it wiiu jusiiiiauio com
placcncy. It also entitle!) theiii to a great
elahn unon the public crutltudu. The
Maitazlnu haa done iood and uot evil all
the dayaul ItHllfo. Urooklyn Kai;le.
TKltMH :
Postage free to MibftcrlbcrB In tbo United
iaien.
Harper's Magazine, ono year ...91 00
ft 00 lncludea prepayment of U, 8. pout
aire bv the HUD UKlierH,
Subociiptiona to Uarper'a MnxiiIue,
Weekly, orlluzar, to ono addiiPM tor ono
vear. 810 00: or two of UnrnerV periodi
cal, 10 ono anurexH icr ono year, ?i uu;
pOHtaguIrce, .
Au extra copy oi cltlior tlie Maualnt-,
Wookly or lluzar will hu Mippllcri uxntU lor
overy club ortlvo Buhncrlbera at 9 00 each,
lu one remittance; or nix copies tor fill 00,
without extra copy; pontine free.
Uack numberi) can ho supplied at any
nine.
A nn.milAtn aiti nl' llny,.ii.. l m,....! n..
now corunrillm: 111 volumen. in neat elnili
blndlDK, will lie acnt liy nxprots, freight at
thu oxpiine of purelianur, for 2 2r prr
1UIUUIUI DIUMS TIIUUIUII, tljf 1UII1I, IIOMlliaiU,
$3 00. Cloth caseH, for binding, IS cents
by mall, postpaid .
tSTMewtpanen are not to copy this ad
vertisement without tbo oxpreaa older ol
uarper urotner.
Address UABPKlt A UUOTUKUS, N, Y.
Valuable
FOll
ilk WW tk TTAlTITAWr f
AN ELIQIULV SITUATED ilAfdiC '
BuinHou5and Hsidno
And tho two lots upon which it is situated
FOR AT.-jpff,.
'Ihnl iv, 11 lliil-liril llilrk llouxrnt tlie corner of I'oiilnr and Tweiitletli Mnela, Mill, atorftooui
ami Mloon aiToininiKlatioiii mi lint llnor, ami family rrsMenrp- alifm. will, vllh lots 31 alii
'il, block IV, lliOn nlilrh it l located, Iw ioMxt urtlon to tl lilgliest lilMer, on
Nnliirdny, .Inly ill!. IH75,
for onsli In IiiiiiiI. Itiele will le "old liesMesllie leal estate, a tock of jrmrerle,, JlnclUillLr a w
rlety orarlli'lc ofil.illy line, ntiil a lot ori'Btlor, llimeliolil nnd Kltrbt-N fumlture, too'liumtreut
to detail.
Asllievmrislctrriiili!i-.lliiscll, evciyl.oU w lio ln.iy de. Ire treat Urralos ahould altend
The sale will U- iinilllve and without reserve KtNALUO UIAJffKf
Cairo,. Juue JU), le; ft-SO-td
LARGE STOCK OF DRY MODS
Offered for Sale at-
Gra&t Reduction in Prions
IIV-
Domestics, Sheetings,
Prints, Bloached Muslins,
Ginghams, Crotones,
Table Linens, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Lawns,
Japanese Silks,
Alpacas,
1-aiK' Slix-k of White Ooodn, Victorlu Luwuu, Swia Mitraallaa. and a lAtft .stock ut
Ribbons. This entire, utoek will 1 foM at nrtiul et, and continue until it It clou-d mil, CaU
iidlcniiilnreiloftln-at llargaln.i TKIIMt HTItll I I.Y t ASH
Corner Xigntn St. and Commercial Av
C-(- If
ItHlTUMIMTM.
BUT
Wkolatal
DRUGGISTS
Asr
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF
2
AKli-
PATENT MEDICINES, TOIIiKT AllTIOLES,
DRUQaiBTS' FANCY OOODS, COLLIUR WHITii LKAD.
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW OLABS,
BRUSHES. SOAPS, COLORS. OILS
TTTTl'R nnT.nilR nvii cmtrot'a
1UAL8,
RNISIIEB,
TTi: loliclt correoiurF.;Tind onlera fiom
M oi koimh in our line nn-amixiat, riaiiiniioii una i amuy wllclne Cum Pindahe.1 or i r
Olle. Willi reliable lru at reao!Llile rateji.
WHOLESALE Si RETAIL.
"Oldo lvoe.
I 1
i
i 1 1 ii 1 1
T. M. STOCSFLSTB,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
JPOiEUEDICMXT JkJSTD IDOAiUIIiST'IO
Wines and Liquor sf
02 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koops a full Btook of
KLoxxtvLolcy Bourbon,
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN.
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA
Property
UAIjK
u.jes-
Suitings,.
Silk Poplins,
Grenadines.
and Ratail
:JW T.-
PERFUMERY.
ETC., ET6.
Unuh'Nl I'livolelan and fleyeral Store In wao
BROS
CAIRO HETAIL &. PRESCRIPTION
I WaaUlntoo Av., Cor. Sth St.
it! HL..nwm. .U'-U-'.l
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