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ftMMs Matter on Evtrjr fngr.
JOKKX. OBBRLT, Editor.
TlIC P0NTAUR LAW.
The oorutltutlonnllty of the ntncmW
postage law Is to be trlel nt Xcw York,
where a case Involving ihU ciiicstloii 1ms
been brought In the Unlto.l Slate Circuit
Court for that district. A gentleman of
few a book lor mull transmission to Phil
adclphla from this city, pottage nt old
rates being nfltxed. Being refused, he
applies for a mnndamus to compel the
postmaster to receive the package. The
arguments of tli3 applicant aru that sun
dry cWH appropriation bills, Into which
the amendment Increasing the rate on
third class mall matter was Inserted,
wcro not bills for raising revenue; that
the amendment did provide ways and
means for raising revenue; that the Sen
ate had no constitutional atitliorlty to
originate measures for that purpo-e,that
being the solo prerogative of the House ;
and that tho postal amendment, having
originated with the Senate and been graf
ted Into a bill which was not one for rev
enuo purposes, is unconstitutional.
OVR WELCOME TO MPRIMlFIKI.n.
Becauso Ben. .Tones said that we were
kindly received at Springfield by our
"old associates, Democrats nnd Republi
cans, but most especially lt'iiilHcniis,
with lion. S. M. Cullom at their head,"
Mr. Potter concludes we nro a liadlcal, n
mixed school fellow and an amalgamation
1st Wc were highly complimented by
the reception our old associates gave us,
but our reception by the Democrats by
Potter himself was certainly as kindly
as our reception by the Republican. The
reception was personal, not political.
And we take pride in saying that
every one ol our old Democrat associates
in the House, to whom wo talked, ex
pressed regret that we were not a mem
bcr. While we were with them, there
was no battle In politics on the
floor In which we did not do some service
on the antl-Radlcal side, except on the
negro school bill. On it wc parted from
the majority of our political associates
and did so, believing that by the act wi
were ruining out-self politically. We be
lieved It to be our duty to vole for It, and
did what wo believed to bo our
duty la nice of the know
edge that the act would alienate
the majority of Democrats ami give to us
not one friend among the Radical.
The following is a list of patents issued
to Inventors of Illinois, for the week end-
IngJuly 17, 1875, and each dated June 27
187G, furnished to the Bcllkti.v by Cox
& Cox, solicitors of patents, Washington,
District of Columbia:
Velocipedes, W. Bush, Chicago; im
plement for stretching fence wire, J.
Duffy, Chicago; hot air furnace and
range, L. llalllierg, Chicago; sulky
plows, G. Moore,Rock Island; wire fence,
D. Stover, Freeport ; expansible bits, F.
WUHg, Jollct; besscmer converter, A.
Dunning, Jolltt ; drip troughs for lee
boxes, J. Dye and O. Powell, Streator ;
gateway, S. Fisher, Brimlteld ;
koy-holo guarJ, .f. OoUUkun. Chicago;
package htrap handles, S. llarrell, Chi
cago ; uppnratu for charging beer with
gas, J. Kennedy, Chicago; pneumatic
dredges, W. Smith, Chicago; pitman,.!.
Taylor, Eagle Point; ear starter, G.
Falley, Chicago; car starter, 0. CurtU.
Chicw; hay and cotton rcs, .T.le
ITllt, Gardner; rotary churn, II. Felt,
Odlu; lamp chimneys, G. Niedennalr,
Chicago ; relief valves, T. Prosser, Chi
cago; fruit dryers, A. Reynold', Chi
cago; apparatus for transmitting and
regulating motion, J. Zcngcl Qulney.
THAT NCIIOOI. LAW.
Mr. Potter continues to harp about
the law to protect colored children in
their right to attend the public school".
In his opinion it Is an outrageous law.
a disgrace to the people of Illinois and to
the civilization of the nineteenth cen
tury. We cannot see the matter ai Mr. Pot
ter does ; but If It is so bad a law why
didn't the present General AsH-mbly, con
trolled In both Its branches by the Demo
cratic-Independent coalition, rejl It?
V hy was It not wiped from the tauit
book last winter? Why did not Mr. Pot
ter, who was a member of the Houm by
proxy (.ilr. Plater representing hlrn,
nave tills obnoxious law repealed? He
could not get it out of the commlu-c
and oi the Democrats and Independents
In the House and Senate he could not mus
ter a corporal's guard to disturb the law
But how does Mr. Potter stand on tbi
matter? He voted lor Senator Glavford
who expressly announced, whenever ap
proached on the subject by any ;roo.
that he would not vote to repeal the law
that has been manufactured Into no great
a bugaboo, and Mr. Potter did this after
tho law bad been made an Issue by Mr.
Plater and the Journal. Why did he
vote for a friend of the law? By doing
60, did he not place himself ouuide of the
. .1 -
ugub mi uuuuuuue us tor our vote upon
The Crooked Whisky devclopmitnu at
fit, Louis me carrying consternation Into
the ring. Indictments have been found
1 rrn lnc in... . . ...
-a-..., u ,aiKu numner oi tnu memhers of
tho ring, and bond of tho cajilased un
fortunate fixed at from 1,000 to $10 000
1 .1. . ,t.,...tn. i ..... . 1
uy w uuiMjiiButic liistrlct Judge. The
Qlobt-Democrat fcays no person hi ,st.
Louis can nflord to be without an hi-
wciment in tho houso, nnd Is likely to ue
MVCralOt Its OW11 to lllXllrlnt, iir.n,i
Couiproinu has been talked about, but
bvj uruuiw refuses to lUten to any
u.m M aircctc, tiwt lh(!
jfrandjury shall kna , immi fr Ill0re
Wtvn will tlm IiwIImi.w. i
wtwua in lumoitr ho are anxious to
luww. Up to this time, our
good trtend Munn Ktandi Kullty of
oNtfigbut Incompetency, and for tuis
hull I... L rntlier in lie nltled Ihau to he
blamed. He was too Innocent for the po
sition he held-loo pure of mind. Tho
thought novrr entered Ills head that, n
whisky man would go back on his gov
ernment. I'e understood that they were
all patriot", and he knew from self-knowl
edijo tlmt a patriot would not put his lln-
ecr on a cent not his, and would always
pay to the government Its Jut dues. So
hu quietly passed along, without seeing
a sign of racality; and when somebody
told him that crooked whisky was com
mon under his no'o, he was shocked, nnd
Immcdlatley nsured Secretary llrls
tow that he was not guilty ot complicity
in the rascalities that had
been discovered. "Of course, not," said
the Secretary, "hut pass In your relzna
tlon.il you please ; you are too unsophis
ticated for the position you hold." And
Mr. Munn passed In his resignation ; and
all of his trlcnds huvo been coinnilsserat
lug with hhn, as honest hut Ignorant ot
tho wicked ways of the wicked whisky
men of the world. Maybe, if a grand
Jury would go to work nt Chicago, It
might ascertain that Mr.'Mmm was not
Incompetent hi his high ofllcc nnd Is not
as ignorant as he seems, and that well,
it might ascertain some other things and
tnuku Indictments as common among the
loyal Radicals of Chicago as they are
among the radically Loyal of St. Louis.
THE NEW lIKPAIlTi'ltlNM or
The Mound City Journal say, that
when thu Chicago Timts took the Saw
Departure, and ttircw a bombshell Into
tho Democratic ranks by declaring for
negro .suffrage and advocating its adop
tion, Obcrly's paper endorsed the Timca
proposition. Oherly's paper did no such
thing ; but, on the contrary, denounced
the Times. Tho article referred to wa
entitled: "Shall the Democratic party
live or die?"' and the proposition it con
tained wa : That the Democratic party
should step forward and declare for im
partial suffrage us contradistinguished
from universal euflrnge. if the party
would do this, the Times claimed, it
would succeed, nnd the sullrago would be
based on Intelligence; only those, white
nnd black, who could read and write,
would vote. This would, the Time.' pre
dicted, keep from the polls tho Ignorant
blacks of the South nnd preserve the Re
public from thu dangers of universal uf
trage. We confess wo believed then that
there wa much wi-doui In tho sugges
tion of th yyi(s, and In conversation
afd io ; but we did not own the Cairo
Democrat, and those who controlled It
came to the conclusion tho Democratic
organ ol .Southern Illinois must denounce
Storey. Accordingly, an able law
yer of Cairo prepared an article reading
the Timts out of the Democratic party,
and It was published as
double-leaded editorial hi tin:
iairo ifanoerat. soino time al-
tcrward, when we had established the
Bullktin, wc did do w!:at we wished to
do at tho time referred to we gave to
the Times the credit of making a who
suggestion. In short, we took the Xcw
Departure, and advocated the noliev of
accepting, in good laith. the results of
the war the freedom of the slave, and the
admission of the negro Into the politics
of tho Republic. We were denounced by
unreasonable Democrats nnd commended
by sensible ones. A mom; the sensible
ones at that time was Air. vttc ami
otLei Dvuiwniti at .Mounil City. hilt
we were combatting tho Bourbons, they
ucouraged us bade us "go In" on the
US "go In" on tho
and boasted that
nr "thing. l heir encour
agement had the desired client. We
pressed on. Mr. Potter seems to have
forgotten this fael, and we therefore call
his attention to the following, the origi
nal of which, slimed by Mr. Potter'
own hand, we Iiaveln our pos-elon :
MocndCitv. 111'.. Mays-' 7I.
John If OUrly. 'airo.llli ,
ur.M: sin: 1 accept otir hearty
congratulations for the able effort yua
mailt in your editorial on the 'Sew De
parture." arid In rbalf of rMAitr Di-
ittle. II Ml M call'. tKt HnrUtt
it ivA ne to u. Is imt umh it has
LONG BEEN AlfJlir.U. itMi. vrttfe Ute Mm
pie Involved wc will win a rtetwy
h. i'.. C.AhtTt,
Ova. it. ji?mx&ser,
I., ii. tljtxmkt,
A if! now il:. I' 'Mm: iMh "l vm
dean a for tL Xt-w fv-lwt ' it U
wsm to & gUSMia i&A Mfeptat
tin -N'e' ltpziVa" 'toi & ft
nav&rm UUoi&tk. Uw 4w IttJ mi
tun, V iiAsx1: it tv6txG. ymy
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If. fit-lit- iit lit UaiUi ...1 i.,
... -' -' - r . . r . nn., .'MV " '
ran; j iMtKr in tteA i-&u hv
a.tiwav m Un ttA frmvitimz liv iwt-!
U.r t-xtmrifctUMt 4 IX )t : JK
aritu tor :. tttvuvinm w
The Mounil City JvimX rw. Imf
Ignored or favorwJ wW x ttM '4 vW'
wah whattyiT wmi ptlm mm U. Ms
p0K.il rrcently In iht HUtO; I tout 11 tH
tie fcoldli rt' rnonuini-.'fit nMr of tfstMrf
and W1I1U to the j;rnt fttat; )ifi
and penlu-ntlarj- job of V.Martlwi, IW-
eriaK0v(;o.,sayIn nothing uMlU
ways of the railroad and wurnhouvi
muloners, the fiovemoi'n nianrn.-r ot dl
poslti" of the contingent fund, Ac.
1. Tho Mound City Monument. Ha
Mr. I'ottcr ner chared corruption In
this matter upon Looney and Willi' anil
If so has he ftirnMind onu nelntilla of evi
dence V if he know anything why don't
ho charge It, anil not hint llko n coward 't
Vf lift.'.. .... M.... 1 I, .
.., ,1., , ,.,, H, UJ i.iieve tiiere wim
any corruption In u, ,nomi.
nient nflalr. Capt. ilambleton, of
Mound City, a member of the commis
sion, has informed us that lie was a party
to all thencl bus of the commission, ex
ceptlng that ho wished to employ Volk
Instead of Kmcry Vr Co. to build the mon
ument. He has told us that It was built
honestly and economically, and we be
lieve liliu. In our opinion the monu
ment is a splendid one, worth all the
inoneyltcost. If tin Journal knows to
the contrary, why don't It furnish the
proof? and why does it charge Willis
and I.ooney, two of the commissioners,
with corruption, nnd fall to make the
charge against Capt. Hatnbleton
who endorses the action of thu commis
sion nnd was one of tho commissioners?
Why does tho virtuous Journal launch
Its thunderbolts nt the Republicans of the
commission, and omit the Democrat from
Its denunciations, w lien the commission
was unanimous in its conclusions about
thu contract and the work done under It?
If Willis and Looney are rascals, Capt.
ilambleton is a rascal ; but we believe
that, in tills monument matter, they all
2. The State House. We Investigated
th! matter undcronth, anil were forced to
the conclusion that the commissioners
had acted with the most scrupulous hon
esty, had been economical, nnd would
give to the Slate a hou'o built for the
least possible money.
3. The Penitentiary. We have often
said, that In this Institution there was
much corruption, nnd have time and
again denounced It. We Investigated
this subject, nnd were com hired that the
way. of the. men In control of the State
prison were dark and their tricks not to
be endured. Repcatedlv we have said
1. Tho Railroad and Warehouse Com-
mls-Ionurs. Wo have no evidence that
these men are corrupt. Wc do not be
licve they are. But wc do believe they
are not -itch men as should occupy the
positions thev do that Gov. Bcveridge
made a serlou- niMako when he ap.
pointed them. In haMts and modes of
thought they were not tltted tor the du
ties of the Commission, nnd had to learn.
In truth, the po-ltiou Is one of great
dilllcnlty. out we nope tor mo best re
sults to grow out of the labors of the
Commissioners. Thoy have the advice of
Gov. Palmer, 'Mr. Benjamin and other
able lawyers, mid it they are advancing
tardily they are advancing with a step
that will not be retraced. They work
slowly. The work they are doing can
not be done In ha-te.
5. The Governor's" Contiugi iit Fund.
We don't know anything about this, and
if the Journal will give us the proof that
Gov. Bcveridge has been stealing it, or
misapplying it, we will surely denounce
him as a dishonest public servant.
And so on, and so on. We do not hes
itate to condemn when we have reason
to believe any public olllccr has been
guilty of diihonest practices, but we re
fuse to denounce every Republican ofllce
holder as a thief simply because he I- a
Tin: Ilanisburg Chronicle savs that
"the length of n man's lace, just now in
creases with his acreage of tobacco. The
continuous rains of I lie earlier part of the
season had lonir since ruined the Jon
ground crops even many of rho.e on
the hills had begun t put on an ugly
look and the rains anil cool weaun-r oi
l.wt two weeks have done the busi
ness lor what still gave promise of mak
ing part of a crop. It Is now nil 'French,'
and the only none our larmert h.hb ii
,., ..,i,i., tz t .nt their tobacco
.,... ,i .tart 'sucker?.' In that wav
they may net a small yield, but ai for a
'crop' Saline county will have none In
comparison with former years."
Tun JonwbOTO Gattlii -ys: "U'c
would suxzu'.t to our frlnl, OWly ami
I'oltc-r, that the therrriotiifciKr u up in the
nlnetfe, ami Ion? editortoU, on u Or'
a nljj't m Jlitiesl ltrjr.fa, line Ux
v;ur. etc., mtmoi tut' fx; winAXtA
by tfiiitr r-r.." H' lav dot
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MiMwU'&i AaMiarVtr will Vftnimw v.i"
t'MV AHW&t.- 'ijlt.U W.itl a liMEt
Butter, Ea(jt, Flth, Poultry,
Game and all kfrirh of froth
Fruit and Vegetable.
Eighth Street, Carro. Ill
r-OrdeTs for filimlott iiroiUJtly tlllnl at
any lictur, tlay or nltit. T-11-tf
TIIK DAILY BULLKTIN.
rpilU lIllhl.KTIN Ispal'll-liiiiuurj iiioiiiIii
occW Monday) In (lie DiilUlin P.ttlMlnp, cor
ner WiulmiKton avenue nml Twclflli tttvl.
The III'LLktin l (mcil to dly nibic:IUrby
faltliftil carrier at Tn-cnty-Flvr LVnts a Week,
rayalilc wn-Uy. IlyMall, (hindrance), 10.ier
nmiiimi six months, 0 three months, :)( nne
month, (1 :.'.
tVHV WKWr r iitt t nr.,,.,
xnji it nimm DVhbhilSS.
l'liblMuil every Tliurday inoruhiKat tt i",
Kranmun, Inmrlahly n mYnnrc, niwimiUfv
on tho Weekly Mill K- ,nTal.t i,t ,S onicc, o
that sutttcrllH n will ohudn for n ...Wrl,.,l,.
rice of 1 a year.
HiuIucm l.inl, ier nniuiin 31 o)
One Kjiunv, one utertlim,. l ij
One ciiure, iwo in.nrllons, 1 w
One nquarr, one vvivk
One ivre, two vitVs, .. 3 ;tl
One illip, Ihlev- wk 4 .
One iurrl on innnlli, 3 ij
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One square, one lurtlon, - 1 (O
KkIi 9uI)-ih.i hifertlon, . So
tFOiie Inch Is a square.
JJ-To refcular.Klvertheif TreoffirKtjvrlcrlM
ilu.,mcrjj, bou, R, t0 mr 0 cbr, nml lima
wr CdltpUjrinj; iii.tr rvor.
E3".Votiei- in luait column Inatrlixl for 11 f
IK 1 iiiu jicr 11m for one Inerilon, Tivmiy
Cm n line for tiro ItimiIIuiis, Twcnty-Ke
CVuii a line for tlirve liisrllun, Tlihty-Kive
UnN a line far one weik, untl Sevr-nty-l'lve
Cent" .1 line for one month.
Communications upon auUjcctu of gen
eral interest to the public solicited.
S3 '-It Utter hwM I oil hurn '1 to
John 11. oiiKiti.v,
l'rejident (niro Jlullrtiu tuintjany.
Evansvillo, Cairo anil Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducnh, Shawncctown, EvanB
viilo, Loui8'illc, Cincinnuti
nnd nil uray landings.
'Hie unrivnllul flilc-whitl steamer
I) ;. Vmi.r- JiaMer.
j;i. It. rtioHA Clerk.
11 ril leave f.rutisvUIIefur C'ulroe iry .MONIIAY
amlTlirnsDAV nt I o'clock 11 m.
Cairo tvery '1 CKDAY untl KltlllAV.nl
UO'l'KICIb i III
mt nl'le-ulinl Minnier
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IJItDAl t ..'i-lbck 11,
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) Am ii'itr . MuMiT
JIai. tt.Ln. Clerk.
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HA R V E f1'SW E E K L Y.
r Of 'I UK I'ltKHt.
.tii) ablt am) mut pow-pi-rl'idlcal
I iidlfjrlila are acholarly
ami carry much weight.
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jif-pari-d by r ur bent tie-
fionUtlon o l.yym the
Ml) Aui i..
i- int. i'!t ny Ji.-iir minion
t Iwfliienei! on an n.-iran of
1 ..ly tr:fii'riil'iu. The Week
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ml fer on ttolltleul nml .o
. . ftilrlili Couilcr-.lourmil.
i twAU ut lil'ti-tdneil ilia-
U pltrlal llliiitriitlnripi urn
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iiUwiU jt iMtvi'int help lo moulii tlm mm
tliLiHrt. vj tint uminlry "i'HMmrn Com-
Un U) anlncilbi'M In tit v United
ii,.,Jt YuMy, one jeur . $ 00
rv. i-iIImm Iw.fii'hx pri;myment oflJ.
i-v-1. .. Iif th'i piiblMn r.
to Ifanier'ri Mul'ii.Iiwi.
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c'py of "ho .Moi!nhiu, Weekly,
vy W. . i will fin dUrml'eil ttrafH for mei v
u m ) y,i aiibtcribcra at S(l (W each, In
n im iuiii.ii; or, lx coilen for gao 00,
UV , xi,a ijiyj pontuKo liee.
i i Mimburn can hitmtillcil at any time,
'll uMiuiil volnriien ol tinrjicr' Weekly,
i lolli hliiillnif, will tin M.'nt by ex
litn ol exjientu. for $7 00 racfi. A
"iMia lu tel. eomtil'Mlitf emliteetiMiliiincH.
w'Wl ii rucelpl "f eali ut tho rto ot af,
l r v'Mmh, in:iiu in tno uxpen o oi tiio
lTr.r.wirmii"ri aru not to ennv thin ml
V1" nient without tho oxpresi urdvrs of
rA; llrotliern. ,
. Jl Altl'KK IlltOTIIMItS, N, Y,
leJTRnil IKLMUUlhl MAIUIlOlfiJlUKlll.
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tuiamacrrtuiiuiin vmuwty, ni iwi
WHOIiKSAI.15 AND RETAIL.
IN TIIE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Close.
Oornor 10th St. nuil Comtnurclnl Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
itiMi. r.sT.iTi: a(ji:t.
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO.
.'ONVEYANCEKS. NOTAUIES PUBLIC
Ltinit Amenta of tho Illinois Central nnd
BurlluKtou and Uutncy II. 11.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lovno,
I. 1. LYMII. l, J IIOWLLV.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Tl T..t JEJ&TjCLTJZI
ollcctors and Conveyancers.
OFPICK-At the Court IIouo
Tho People's Remedy.
The Universal Pain Ext actor.
Note Ask for Pond's Eztrnct.
Tulio no other.
"llinr fir I will iKk of i.xcillent tiling- '
Injuries to Man nr Ile-.iatt,
i r.illn. liruNra.
StniliiN, iinilrM, Contn
rrm liiri s, l utA, Ijuera-
til or inciMl wound
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nnitiiiiif ir IIH..MI .
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tnir t.niiM nr 'I'M'tli
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I 1'imiI line hi, l-nriiriie eu
rnlulii. Mwelle.1 Tare
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Ni'it Vorli mill I.iiihIiiii.
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'irn ii nil' lllllil lu lliv World. "
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NOIIC'KH Ol" THU I'KI'.bH.
Tim ever lnrre:iltitf tlretilatlon ol thu
uxccllunt monthly ihiiviim u cnntliitieil
initiation to )M)iiil:ir iithlrei ami ncedx, In
tleeil, whim wh think Into how la.iny Ijhiihm
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Milur It iiH otio ol tho etliiiaton tii well an
uitortaimiid of tlm jiiihili; inlinl, lorltH van
poiiulanty han lieun wnn hy no aiit'iil to
ntiiplil rejtulleuii or iluurnvud tatu. l!o.
1 he ehm aeter which IIiIh Masjazlne iio.
I'HeH for varlut v.L'iiterriili.r.!iriUtl I, U'i. rill I,
uml literary utilluru thnt hai. kept imcu with,
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sunuiicwr 10 rt'Krti u Willi uintllialile com
placuiiey. It hlo inilltieH them to a L'ruat
elalm upon thu pillillu (,'rutliuilu, Tho
M:ii,'nzliio Iiuh ilonu kooiI nml not uvll all
thu ilii)B ol Itnllfi;. liroolilyn Eagle.
l'oMnfju nco lo MihscrlhurH In tho Utilloit
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81 ()0 liiclinlt'H priiiiayini'iit of If. H. poet
uau by tho pulillslieiM.
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Weekly, or llar.nr, to ono nUiltcHS for onu
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cain, to onu ailtlrcsij for imn yuar, 87 00:
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uvery club uf Uvu nihUirlherH at 81 00 ouch,
in onu rcinlttineu; or blx coplu lur $M 00,
without extra copy; potagu Irco.
Hack nttinhciit can ho kiipplletl at anv
A coinplcto nit of Ilarpcr'H Jlat;a.ltip,
now comtirli nK id volumes, In neut cloth
iilndtmr. win hu neut mv nviirnuu iv..i,.i,i
tlm uxpen.u of purchuner, for $'1 ' prr
ii!1H,JM,,til1?19 voluincF, Ijy mall, postpaid,
8.100. Cloth eiiMirt, for hlndliib', hs ceutH
hy mall, postpaid. '
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vurtlsctnunt without tho uxprean ordiri ol
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Aildrcs UAHl'KIt ft DHOTIIKIIS, N. Y.
AN ELIGIBLY SITUATED BIIICK
Buainesa House and Haidao
And tho two lots upon which it is situated
'Hint well llnl-lieil III let. Iluuni'ntllip earner
tt iiiim'k i ', iimiii un ii ii in ifiuiuu, nu buiii ill Aiiriinii in me niKneiH rn tier, un
Muliiriliiy, July :ilii. IST.1,
r.. n.i.l. Ik I...H.I 'I htn Itlll lia .fil.I lui. ilnl lli
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11. IIIIMinmTIB iH'HiHiiin.M",!, viiiji'vm;
The mW' will Ifim ittieiind wlllmnt re,tne
.niro, .inue " i-
t mini cimnnir
- tin'eriil fur Sale or -
Croat Reduction in Prices,
PHnts, Bleached Muslins,
Table Linens, Porcalos,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
ljirire Stork nf White OooiIb, VictorU Lawrm, Swiaa Maraixllos, an-1 a l.irire MoeW o
Itibbona. llilt i-iillre itwk will l! .ihl nt 4eu1.1l enr. unit continue until it It eMteil out nl
ml beconvlniilnftireat Itaraln1 "I KltMl -Till' I I V I
Corner Eighth. St. and Commorcial Ave
PATENT MEDICrNES, TOILET AIITICLES.
DnUOWJSTS' FANCY GOODS, COLLIElt WHITE LKAD.
w ttoVtcP o W,1 U 1 WINDOW GLASS,
BRH?rI,1SSA9A.p, COLORS, OILS.
TUBE COLORS, ny 'sTTJPJ?S.
. VARNISHES ETC., ETC.
Wi:olIcitfoirMinn lcn.nnionItr rniiiil)iwvitv l'livateunt ami (ienrral Store In wan
hi, 1 "C.g'.1, !? .'ir I111 . M"n''it,l 'luntativn nml iWtlr .Mi-licine lan-a timlhul on
dllel with reliable Drure at rxtuonalile rutrt.
WHOLESALE & KETAIL, CAIRO DETAIL & PRESCn"TIO.N
F. M. ST O GX5FLISTS,
Importer and Wholesale Doalor in
FOREIGN LJSTX 1D03MLE1STIO
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
KoopH a full stock Of
Monongahola, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
nri'Dplar iinilTwcnllttli alrt-cla, with Mnie-iooi
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