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! Matter Every ri.
JOKX X. OBKKLY, Editor.
nRMTRVCTIOBf Of 1WMAK MW.
Tlic Philadelphia Timta 1ms Dwii col
letting gtatUtlcs of the ltvos lost by lire,
ttomU, famine, pc'llloiiw, cartliqimkcs,
shipwrecks ami other violent catism dur
lnir the last Mx moiitln. The figures nrc
certainly nppallliiff. " "c FIJI Islands,
liny thousand coplc have died of niea
Me; the floods In the old world have
carried oil a thousand; earthquakes In va
rious parts of the earth, twenty thou
sand; famine, In Ala Minor, twenty
thousand; shipwreck?, a thousand; by
tornadoes and hurricanes, In Asia, South
America and the United States a thou
sand persons have been killed, anil by
fires, falling building and explosion, -l.
hundred met n premature death.
TIIR NTARRV HEAVKVH.
If the nights were clear at this time, an
exhibition might be seen in the heavens
which, to witness; would well repay tin
Iors of n few hours' sleep to any one
1Iputii tlif lirmra nf H o'clock ill tll(!
evening and the early ones of dm morn
ing, four planets may bo seen in tlie.kie..
At 8 o'clock, Jupiter comes In view,
imsltlon beliur it little west mid south of
the zenith, lie make.s Ills clherlal jour
ney In about our hours and Pets not far
from midnight. About D o'clock ruddy
Mars appears conspicuously In the south
ern heavens, and a little later, "rlilng
wan and far, a pale but luminous ghost
of a planet In the eastern ky, comes up
great Saturn the ringed world." In
the very early morning, Venus comes up
brilliantly, completing the quartette ot
heavenly bodies which now nightly pace
T1IK 1'RUBABI.R XOMLVKKN.
Kenton, the Liberal leader lu New
York, believes Bayard, of Delaware, may
Micceeil In obtaining the Democratic nom
ination for the Presidency. Gaston, the
Massachusetts governor, lie says is n
sound, sturdy, good man, well recom
mended by men of opposite polities,
which "is a good Idea." lie would, Fen
ton says, make fully as good n candidate
us TiluVn, without the lattcr's
railroad affiliations. Washburne anil
Urlstow are the formidable men
among the Republican. Klther
would make a good President. Waih
burnc is just now lnadvance,but Hristow
would excite a very enthusiastic cam
paign, being a line-looking fellow, witli a
mixture of modesty and brilliancy which
Is very attractive, lllalne, also, has a
good many friends. At tills point Mr.
Fenton grew suspicious ot.the reporter,
and "smoothly disappeared, likeau India
HOW THF. I.WKI NIIOUI.D NOT HE
Kcv.JMr. Julian U acting as the Sum
mer substitute for Jtov. Henry Ward
- imwiti m .iic-nymoutn ciiurcu ptiipir.
To Joe Howard's Star, .Mr. Julian Is not
an acceptable substitute for his friend,
the emotional ltcecher. Mr. Julian
stands, while preaching, on one leg and
wiggles the other. He feels of his mous
tache, leans on his elbow and coddles his
whisker. Sir. Howard wishes us to im
agine Mr. Julian in the presence of Queen
Victoria, Gov. Tilden, or even Mayor
Iiarnmn, on n public occa
sion, leaning on Ids elbow,
playing with his chin nnd deliver
ing a public petition ! Mr. Howard re
marks: "it's absurd." From all this
we infer that Mr. Howard does not be
lieve a preacher should, standing on one
leg and wlggllug the other while he eod
dles his whisker, Indulge In petitions to
the Lord, and doubtless Mr. Howard is
correct, lurcher's style of addressing
the Lord is better than Julian's. While
ottering his petitions he does not wijgle
either leg nor coddle his whisker. He
stands upon botli his feet ; having no
whisker to coddle, he clasps his hatiite
and rolls Ids thumbs around each;he closes
his eyes, and looks solemn. In this man
ner, which is altogether unobjectionable,
Mr. Ueecher "petitions" the Lord, and
never lidls to give Him very excellent ad
vice, which Plymouth church people
have no doubt He acts upon. If they
had a doubt of lids, they would not tail
to .manifest their dissatisfaction with the
Lord, ami class Him with the friends of
"M. do Lavekyc is," says the Liege
correspondent of the New York Herald,
41 one of the most eminent of European
publicists, and might almost be termed
the John Lcmolnno ot Belgium were ho
'-not dlaUfiguiiJii'tl Vy -wider nyinnntliles
than the famed writer of tho DeMt ana
by a habit of treating his subjects from
a cosmopolitan point of view." This
wise man has been expressing his onin
Ions to the correspondent on the ques
tions ot politics now prominent
xatrope. in wie next, election to uie raji
cy, M. de Laveleye sees great danger
to the peace of Kuropc. He Is sure It will
produce n crisis. In tho event
of a man of reactionary
views oeing eiiosen us tne successor
f Pius rx, the cabinet of Berlin inav
Uko advantage of any Informality in the
election and considering the peculiar nr
turo of the relations between the Vatican
and the Quirlnal, there is very likely to be
iui informality to procure the election of
' J HIV .V.WWUtV .1.1. IW1 i h()
ff. of tbo8cred College, and so refuse to ac
knowledge tlic rival liontlir. The old
"aehlMB of the Middle Ages would thus be
rertred and Moutz or Cologne be erected
,tt . luwther Aviguon. Nevcr
UlilMi, M. 0o Laveleye believes
tkftf the chance of victory lu Oils w ar
brtWWHt the principle of tho State and
Hit yriadplo of the Church are In favor of
ana that Catholicism is likely
lu strength and In its hold
fluf lad of meu for another gen-
ration At)' Timid, sentimental, en-
, MU0 wMftem fcmpcrattcriU wlU all
N Indited ibto with the eternal, tin-
changeable Church, so lolly er pre.
tensions and so magnllleent lu her prom
ises. Such n power even tho German
Km hire may fall to break.
Another victim ot the Williamson
county vendetta has fallen by the hand
of a cold-blooded nssaHn. At Uniiion-
dale, on Wednesday evening, Capt. CW
ney was murdered In his parlor.
Several times before ids assassination,
dipt. CIsney had been assaulted by Ms
enemies ; and dually, alter he was inmost
fatally wounded a lew months ago nt Ins
home In Williamson county, he removed
to Carboudale ; but he did not escape,
The assassins followed him, and on
Wednesday last killed him In cold blood.
This bloody business Is shocking and
a burning disgrace to Southern Illinois;
but it iroes on with the regularity of
clock-work, and no effort is made to
bring the murderers to Justice. Tho
brigandage of Italy and the lawlessness
of thejoiith arc not more to be deprecated
than the condition of affairs In William.
on and Jackson. No man's life 1 safe.
Assassination has become fashionable,
and quiet citizens speak of the murders
that occur before their eyes with bated
breath. They dare not Inform upon the
assassins, or else they. too. will be sent
without notice to fheir long account
The olllcers of the law can do nothing,
ami juries dare not convict. In both
counties lawless men are banded together
In secret societies, and this knowledge
terrllles all law-abiding people. The
Legislature refused to do any thing to
suppress thN lawless condition of allairs.
The Governor is apathetic, and will not
move. What, then, is to bo done? Who
can tell us? Mti't we submit, and baud
the Southern part of the State over to the
Thugs? Must wo nil become assassins,
and shoot down whoever we suspect en
tertains enmity towards if, or make ready
by prayer to fall before the bullets fired,
as they will bo sure to be, by those who
hate us? We are helpless fo all appear
ances. How long?
The Slate lUgisttr says : "The Qulney
Herald, Cairo liulUtin, and other papers,
say that the 'Logan-Ciillom combination'
will control the next republican state
convention. Our friends arc wide of t lu;
mark. There Is no such thing as the
'Logan-Culloin combination.' This part
nership lias been dtssolved some time,
nnd it is now Logan-Beverldge, as Logan
long ago came to the conclusion there
must be one of the llrm capable of doing
the moral business In good shape. The
development of the Shepanl-ltay bu-l-
ness made the change necessary."
The Ilegittcr may be correct, but we do
not believe that It Is. Logan and Bev-
eridgc cannot combine. They are rivals.
Beveridge, by prayer and liU pretty little
speech, which is ..adapted to all occa
sions, has succeeded in getting to the top
of the stack of State officers ; and now
he wishes to go up higher. Hu lias
therefore commenced to pray a lit tie. loud
er and to air his pretty little speech of
loner. At present, fie h ,-K. ,.
Senatorial prayer. He is almost per
suaded to give a little more volume to his
voice and thus make the prayer Viee
Presldentlal. Logan has also Ids eyes
upon the Senate, the Viee
Presidcney add even the Presidency.
The pious nnibltlon of the quiet-mannered
and wonderfully astute grey beard
now rattling about in a purposeless way
lu the gubernatorial chair, Is trouble
some to Logan very troublesome to
lilm. This man ot the quiet face, many
prayers aud the pretty little Jack-of-all-
occaslons speech, stands in the way of
the tawny Senator, and there can be no
combination between them none what
ever. If Logan stays up, Beveridge
will stay down; If Beveridge goes up
hlgher,;i.ogau will come down and be
compelled to step out.
Tho IleyUkr therefore must be
mistaken when it says Logan aud
Beveridge have gone into the
political forwarding and commission bus
iness together; and the Hrgista' is not
certainly correct when it says the devel
opment of tho Sliepard-Bay business
broke up the linn of Logan & Cnllotu.
Logan would not dare to call tills kettle
of Culloni's blaik, tlnco he lias a back
salary pot that Culloni might re
proach as also of the color of soot. We
also believe the. suggestion of the Jttyh-
ter that Logan needs liuverldgu to give a
moral tone to Ids combination loses all
force when attention Is called to tho fact
that Charlie Farwell, who was converted
by Moody and holds on to the horns of
the altar while he deals from the bottom
and beats Schenck playing poker, stands
at the senator s back. Besides, as a pro
fessional religionist, Cullom is hard to
beat. He is a praying man, aud can hold
lib own with tho mot devout. II not
quite us religious lu appearance as Buver
mge, lie lias certainly enough of graco
auont mm to pas muster anywhere as n
good average political Christian.
Westlcktoit, that tho combination I
Logan A- Cullom.
Jo.tqrt.v Milleii is at Long Branch,
He Is an excellent swimmer, savs a cor
respondent, "and after a long turn far be
yond the ropes, ho lay lazily on the beach
ami pawed listlessly in tho sand." It I
such intelligence as this that makes life
endurable to people who cannot afford to
visit the great watering places.
tii:oi.o(iitis estimate that tho State of
New Jersey, tho city of New York aud
vicinity and Long Inland are sinking at
the rate of sixteen Incites per century,
while tl.e coast of Texas is ascending at
n much more rapid rate. This is prob
ably the reason why real estate is looking
up lu Texas nnd is low in the Kast.
Tun centennial birthday of Daniel
O'Connel occurs on tlto 0th of Augut,
and the Irish Catholics of Louisville are
linking preparations for a grand celebra
tion of tho event.
Tiik popular amusements at Long
Branch are riding, walking, bathing,
dancing and uhureli-going, tho minority
of iMjople Indulging In the kilter,
We said :
1. Ballioad shops nio desirable- to any
The t. it St. Louis It. U. must have
shop? at some place on tne line or ine
It. Other places are attempting to se
cure these shops, and Cairo also should
make an cflbrt;
I. Other places tire ottering to the
company a consideration tor ine snops,
why should wu not therefore give tin-
stock the city nnd county have in mat
road, and which is of no value, if Mich
giving will get us the shops;
f. And such giving will get the sliops,
because although the stock is worth noth
ing to the country, Its obtalnment by the
company would get out of the way the
means by which tho legality of $2,000,00(1
of tho company's slock might be tested.
To which tho Sun replies :
1. All rigid.
2. Not so. There U no need tills com
pany will need or de-Ira machine shops
nloiig its line.
fWcll. now, we beg leave to say that
tliu Sun don't know what It Is talking
about. The company's officers have
said they must have shops, and wc know
they mu-t. And they will not be the little
aimt, tin! .y tiredlcts. But what wo
wish Is, not to glvo the stock before
somcthlui: is obtained, or too much for a
little; but to open the question of the
.shops; to get the proper persons Into
communication with the company and
ascertain what kind of shops the company
proposes to build; how many hands it
will employ In them, Ac. Then, If the
shops are to be big enough, and will cm
ploy hand enough to justify!!, we would
lime thcjilty and county say U the com
pany: "Here, now; If you will locate lu Cili o
these shops wo will give you the stock
we have In your road."
If the shops are to be the little things
the Sun says they will be, we would have
the county and city say to the company
"It won't do ; too small by half. The
stock Isn't worth much ; but your shops
are nothing. We can't trade."
Does the Sun set- :in vtliliiir wrong In
II. All right.
I. Wu would give :i little, but not the
stock the city and countv owns in the
r. Because : "Ah ! that's It, eh ! The
stock might be worth about $2,000,000 to
the company, then?" You have said It.
I Well, now, again ; we didn't say any
such thing. Wo .said the stock was
worthless to us, and to any body eUo;
but as there was a. question about the le
gality of $2,000,000 of tho stock of th
company, aud the city and county or
either of them might go into the courts
and have the question tested lu other
words, that, while the stock has no
monev value, since lu the hands of the
city and county it might be a source of
trouble and expense to the company
Payson it Co., i. r. the company, could
afford to give the shops for the stock.
Such a bout nt law would not, probably,
make tlie hock nu nave more valuable
even If it resulted in the declaration that
$2,000,000 of the capital stock of tho
company. were void. Payson it Co. have
a majority of tho valid stock, aud could
run matters their own way anyhow. But
such a bout at law might de
velop something P. it Co. don't care
to have known, it might show that the
road was not built according to contract;
that some of tho gentlemen who voted at
the stockholders' meeting held void stock
nnd had no right to join lu a call for a
such a meeting or vote when It
irid been convened ; that the present or
ganization is Irregular, and that, In short,
the matters of the company are much
mixed. But the showing of these things
would not amount to much. We would
all no doubt be gratillcil by the expo
sure if such exposure could bo made
but the bout at law would cost our peo
ple much money, would not add one cent
to the value of our stock, aud wo would
come out at last with stock valueless and
But, after all, wc don't care. Wo
are not particular, when we think of it,
whether we get tho shops or not. We
thought it would do the -city somu good
to have them, and we said so. ICvery
clticn we have talked to on the subject
lias said: "You are right. Wo want the
shops bad." But no citizen lias startled
our ear by saying : "Let us do something
about thl?. Let us see what we will ''ot
Ifwoglvu the stock. Let us move."
K very body endorses, and everybody docs
nothing about tho matter, and does it,
too, witn very much ability. So, alter
having thought the matter over, we have
concluded that well, that our people are
a lot or ilo-nothlngs, who .say: "This
ought to be done," and then wait In tho
hope that It will be done In soincwav
without any effort on their part, proba
bly by our natural advantages, bv the
two great rivers that llow by our door
carrying on tncir Dosoms the wealth of
tho -Mississippi Valley, of which Cairo is
the center, destined to bo, at no dMant
uav, tlie great metropolis ot the north
west, ite., ite. Wo are Just a little dis
gusted with our Indolent fcllow-cltlzen
.um proposn 10 lai.e things easy, go to
sleep like other folks and "let 'er drill.
A . M.I .
iwm in uui-ago uusmess men are
visiting that part of L'gypt which has
oecu piaccu in connection with the Lake
City by tho opening up of tho Paris and
Danville railroad, for tho purpose of se
curing Its trade for Chicago. The party
numbers about lift v.
jiikiu: hasten a greater number nf
deaths at Qiilney this month than oyer
ueioro occurred there lu an equal time.
Children are the favorite victims of tho
Old l error's shafts.
Moouiir & .S.v.Mvi:vuro lu North Wales
uml (in .Monday next will assist lu Invlntr
the corner Monu of u Presbyterian
eliureh at Itineth.
Tin: ha?u bailers and the farincru vie
with eaeh other lu their doiinueliitloii?- ol
the continuous iuIih.
miruTiiiv. nunc unut I I miiri ll ill v llll I l'iw JVI I
hi iu'i'"i i innrvmuiii i iiiii, iiii i in i niiii i i 1 . i
I w . w w ' I L1LIJ I'ill ll iviiiMAiiii I
WILLIAMSON COUNTY ON THE WAR
Mi-o. W. I'Uiiry Atntnmliinu-U nl var-
Full and Correct Accouat of tlio Bloody
D'rom the .loiie-l'oro Hiictte
CAiino.ND.u.r., July 20, lb"..
Kt. GArrri:: Your readers are famil
iar wltli the name ot George W. CIsney,
us this U tlie third time 1 have reported
his attempted assassination within the
past twelve months. This time they
completed their hel!l-h design, as the fol
lowing statement shows:
Mr. CIsney, for his own salety, was
compelled to abandon his farm lu il
liainson county, and left there as soon as
he had sufficiently recovered from
wounds ho received from would-be assas
sins lattf.ill. lie moved hlsliiinHy totlil3
place In January last, and opened a gro
cery and provision stoic. Last night ilie
closed his store tit about S o'clock and
went into his house, which was a part ot
the building occupied by the store, lie
retired about hall-past the family going
to bed at tins .same time. About !) o'clock,
an old friend from Johnson county, by
tlie name of Stanley, called him
mi to transact some liunortaut
business. They were seated in the front
room nun nan conveiseii 101 iiuum n;iu
an hour, when Mr. 'CIsney Informed his
friend that they had better retire. Those
words had scarcely passed his lips when
the assassin lircd, it Is .supposed with a
double, larrclcd shotcntn. throu-'h the
wire screen which occupied the lower half
ot the sa-n. i lie entire charge oi snoi
took elfect In Clsney's right side, severing
the oth ai.d (Hit ribs, leaving a ghastly
wound of at least four Inches In diameter,
tlie right lung aud liver being vMbie and
particles protruding through tiie wound.
The elUet of the shot extinguished the
only light burning In the hoit-e. Mr.
Stanley wys that he was very much
shocked ly the shot, and that CNney
spoke but once, saying, "Oh, Lord, I am
siiot !" lie (Stanley) remained quiet for
about live minutes, expecting every mo
ment that the parties would break Into
the house. It being very dark in the
room, and he a stranger In the houe, he
dare not move for some lime. When he
Informed Ilie daughter that her father
was shot, tlie at once shrieked aud gave
the alarm. The neighbors began to
gather a ra't as possible, hut it was at
least twenty minutes before they had suf
tlclcnt force to assist the family to look af
ter the asisln.
It i eUilent that 'at least two per-ons
were engiged in the murder, as there
were fresh and plain tracks leaving tlie
houe one In sock feet and the other
barefooted. They separated nt an alley,
,one gohii north and the other south.
They kept the alleys lor some distance
and "were tracked until thev met uirain
near Graham's mill, lu the east part of
tlie city. J uero nil traces oi tiiepartiei
were lost, and up to the pre-cnt moment
all Is enveloped In mystery. There will
bo an Inquest held this morning at '.)
o'clock, and it any important develot
incuts tiro made, I will telegraph to yon.
Mr. CUney was highly respected by
our citi.ens. All who had the pleasure
of making Ids acquaintance since lie
came among us, looked upon him as otic
of our U:st citizens, and join their
sympathy with hU family, hi this their
dark and sad hour of bereavement.
SKi'li li ol Ilii-Olil riiriui-r ol' Itomiolo
An Aiieeiliilc.VliiMil If int.
One of the ino-t remarkablo men that
ever llguied In American history was
that odd, eccentric renins, John lian
dolph, of Itoanoke. He represented the
State of Virginia in the- United States
Senate and Iiou-eof liepresontutives lor
more than thirty years
He was an original States Bights Jet
fcrsonlau Democrat ; and although n
great stickler for the Constitutional
rights and guarantees of thu slaveholder,
he wrote ins will many years beiore his
death, anil by it, and several codicils, lib
erated all of Ids slaves, more than three
hundred, and gave all of his real and per
sonal property to provide lands, house;
ami a support for Uieni. Ho was a bach
elor, and some of his letters exhibit, as
strongly us they have ever been delin
eated by pen, the miseries and discom
forts of u bachelor's lite. He was a cor
rect scholar, a profound thinker, an ora
tor of rare and unquestioned ability and
power, ami a ioo to no itreaileil in de
bate, llu was a bitter foe to Mr. Clav,
and bv one of his tierce denunciations ot
Mr. Clay while Clay was lu Mr. Adam's
Cabinet, Mr. Clay was provoked to chal
lenge him, and when they fought he re
ceived Mr. Clay's lire, greatly ngalust
the remonstrance ot hi-, seconds, and
though "the best .-hot lu America," lie
spared his antagonist aud tired in tlie air,
declaring In advance that ho would not
hurt Mr. Clay, as he had a family; but
that for himself, il he fell, no one "would
mourn lor him.
The peculiar manners, odd notions and
eccentric habits of Mr. lhiudolpli attrac
ted much attention and gave rise to many
anecdotes. We propo-u to giye, now and
then, several ot thee, one or two of
which may have been published before,
but they are all from original and authen
No. 1 When Mr. linndolph was In the
L' m let i oiuics senate, .nr. Jtaconjlie cele
brated Senator from North Carolina,
dled.after whom so many towns and coun
ties have been named. Mr. Macon was
tlie inost!trutcd and lutlniatulrieiidofMr.
Bandolpii, and they usually voted aud
acted together. When .Mr. .Macon's suc
cessor took his scat lu tho Senute,he tried
hard to cultivate the acquaintance of Mr.
Bandolpii, but from some cause the ec
centric gentleman from Virginia
did not relish the advances oi the new
Senator, aud kept alool. Xettled at Mr.
Bandolnh's coldness, he was one day
temptul, during debate, Into a bitter,
personal attack upon Mr. Bandolpii.
ltaiidolph, who usually was prompt mid
ready to rcnt all attacks, to tho aston
ishment ot his friends, remained quiet
and slltiiit under tlie attack until long
alter ; hut one day ho had occasion to
quote. from .Mr. -Macon, and lie said:
"These were the words mid opinions of
(hut great man, Mr. Macon," and point
ing with hi-long, skeleton linger direct
ly Into tho face of Mr. Macon's succes
sor, ho added, with a look of Inimitable
sarcasm, "whoso sent, I am sorry to say,
Is now vacant vacant vacant." It was
enough; the Senators saw the point,
ISandolph was avenged, and Macon's
successor was nobody.
OP A VICTIM.
rubllshed an a warning and lor tliu U-netlt of
l ouiik .Men and others Mho muter fiom .Sernui
Debility, I -on of Manhood, etc , (iliiui; hN
l!ule oi'Self-cuie, after undernomi; iniiili tuf
jerin:iirdepene, and inalle.1 flee ou leeelv.
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Cents a line for one wisk, mid Seventy-Five
Cents a line for one mouth,
Communications upon BUbJuctu of Ken
oral Intercut to tho public Hollcltod.
K3A1I httirii-hould be addressed to
.IOIIN 11. OIIF.UI.Y.
l'nisldcnt Cairo lltilletlu Company.
Tho Poojilo's Remedy.
Tho Universal Pain Ext actor.
Notu: Atk for Ponil'o Extract.
Tuko no other.
'Ilnir- fur I w 111 M-ctik of iM-.llent thing
Injuries to .Man or Ilia-Is,
I KaIN, Bruised.
.Mruiii-t, SpiiiliiH, Conlif
rraeliii es, Cuts, Utccra
1 tnl or Inclii-d Wound
llli-i-illiii; l.iiiius. or
Ut.lH I .. ..I III,.... I
I.Vise llloeil, nnd Meed-
Inic (ium-i or Teeth
Voiiiltliiiror icIoimI and
I'IIi-h - lllccdliiK I'ile,
lllindl'ilcij, (Infallible )
ralpla, Swelled Kare
t Ic s w ell hu: or Soi i ncn .
Stlltiii'sM op s-orcucrt.
I.uinli.lL-o. Inline Hack
Sore Tliroal orOuinay.
Sore or Inllamol Kvis or
4'aliirrh, Ixucorrhui ,
Sort- .Miiiiles, lullamed
J'alnl'iil or too l'rofuue
I.UlIk l.i'ir. Ovarian Dis
I ease and Tumors.
REMEDY .,.(!nivt'' nml Slriiiiiniry.
'iC IiuIIiikh and Kxcorln
i Hons of Infants, or
ViirlmtK Veins, i:n
FXTFRMfll I larKidorInllam.il Vein.
tA I f-llUHL in,.,.,.,, old jfnrei, Inter-
! nu i ulceration-!.
IIiiIN, Ciirbuucb-s, Tu-
riuiriTinv t I mori, 11111 nvMllluz-i
INTERNAL' riiH and Ilunlous, dial
ed or Sole I'eet.
tti-ti :'liiilliiKN,lIaruesdor S.id-
USli. I die (.'alls.
IIYIon or Whitlow, l'rost-
i en i.imns or 1'miis.
.MosiiiiIIo Itllet. Insect
.Sllna, Chappeil HauiU.
OXn-S r.XTHAC-r U forsalebyall VlrU
iiism iiniKKi-". aim u-commeniieu uy
ull DiupkIi-Is. Uiyslcians, and i- r
limlv ulio Iiiis eier n-itl It.
I'liinplilel eontainluK HUtoiy and lTsen mail
ed free on application, If not found at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
Si-It VoiU mill London.
I IV l limit ot tlm e certain cM-cutinu to liieill
ID leetisl by the cleik of tliu chcult eouitol
Alexander county. in the Slate of
Illinois ne m laior ol onnj; llrotli
in X Compauy, ouu in l.uor of WU
nam .McAuder. and tliu other In fa-
MirofAllied ll. S-anord, inslKiueol AleMinder
ll. Irvlu, and all apalnet .lotiu 11 llrown,
hme le led upon the tolloivint; described proi
erty, In t its county ol AIeauder anil btate of
Illlnoii, to-llt 'llainortliet iittarter of tlie
northwest iiuailer of section si (C), in township
sixteen (10) south, anil In laiiKe one v,vM of Ihe
thlnl prlncltml meridian tlie northwest quarter
of the southwest ipuru-r nf section thirty-one
(ai), In township lliUrn (l) south, aud In raiiL-e
1 westof thetliirdiirinclpal merldlanithi! north
east iiuaitcrof theoutlieast quarter of tectlou
iniriv-si VR), in iownlilp lllli-en (IS) sonlh.
and In muse two (-) west of thutliliil prlncinal
in.-i .-..in , mis iiuiiini-reii iineij 10 in i.ij , uoiu 111'
elusive in block munla-icd one (1). Ion. inimlier.
cd two (i) aiul (III t o (;i), in block numbered two
(:-'), lots nuinliercd ouu (I) to live (.-)), both in-
eip-uve in iuock numtiereil lour (I), lots mini
lien-done (I) to seien (7), both IucIiisItu lu
oiock nuiunenii much til, lols numiicred one (I
to seien (7), both InclusiMi In block numlierei
els'ht (s) , lots numbeied two (i), threu (;i) and
four (I), in blocli numliereil llr (.1), lots nilin-ln-ii-l
two (J), lour (I), live (.1), sl (U) andsvien
(7) lu bluck nunibeiMl n (o) In (he town of
I nity, and alt in thu county of AlcMindcrand
Mute of Illinois, as thepioperty if I ho said John
II. llrown, which 1 Hhall otTcr nt puhllCMilcul
the south west door of the court house In the city
....ii w, t.i ii iv ...Mini j ii, .i iv- Ml ll ill-1 ill ill sour o
Illinois, on ine louriceuin uav oi Auput, A. I).
is.i, at me nam-in eleven o'clock, a. m., to
siiusi sani i-Mciillons, .ii.i.,, , IIC I.N,
( alro, Illinois, duly -.-.'ud, l7-".
TIN WIRE RINCS
F ,illll ",H UV wLk
I..r'.Hli Sinttt hurts.
v ama Die
AT AUCTION !
AN ELIGIBLY SITUATED BRICK
Business House and RoicUno
And iho two lots upon which it is situated f
FOR S-XjUJ !
'I lint n (-11 llnliheil llilck llou'-enl the comer nf Poplar and Tnentlelh Unets, with More-room
nnd saloon nccninmodntinfis on llrsl Hour, uml finally reldiin e nboie. w III, with lots J I nnd
21, block l'i, upon which it is located, be sold at Auction to llu- highest bidder, on
Niitimliiy, .Inly :tlsi. IH7.1,
for cash in bund 'I hen- ill be old Ik-I-Ics the leal estate, n stock of Krocerle-!, ;ineludln it vn- .
rlely or (alleles of dally u-l and a lot or I'm lor, I Inn , hold and Kitchen llu nihil r, too numervii
A tin- nvncri determined to sell, eierybodv who may desire great barpnlin should nlleinl.
Tlie sale will be positive and without Icnrve. KIN A I.I IO IIIA.NCKI.
t aim, .Inue no, Is; IXM-IJ.
LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
Onered f ir Sjle nl a
Croat Reduction, in Frioes '
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Tablo Linens, Pcrcalos,
LARGU STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Japanese Silks, Silk Poplins, ?
l.aice Mock of White OooiIh, Victoria I.owiih, SvvIhh Starn:Ules, and a I-are Mock of'
RllilioiiH. I his rntlru stock w ill lie sold at ai Hud cost, and continue until It Is closed out. Call
nil IH-coin lie eo ui inn,, (..litmus - ir.i.ip
Corner Eiglvth. St. and Coxnmorcial Avo.
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAItiilRhj OP
mvuuwioio x mtiii uuuiia,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW GLP'' Q-TfrfA
ii J V -fWAAJ.ilLJ KJ V-' X A. kJa
Ol L'OOi T III OUT lie Ml-llnOoat. 1-1 .lit t..
Illled with n ll.lble llm-i at uasonable rati
WHOLESALE Si RETAIL. n ftTTJA
74 Ohio I.0V00. I
wmmmtm- mm: mi
& IT ML
F. M. STOCKFLBTH,
Importor and Wholosalo Doalor in
aj'OHJESIO-KT -A-JNTDO DOMBSTZO
Wines and Liquors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koops a full fttock of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
(FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISL'AND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
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iiMi 11 I . .i.-ii i
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:w wT mim-,
TOILET ARTICLES. ...jcSSfcR ,
uuiiJjlill VVlllTiW '". -Jbir
UU1JIJ I 11 l( 11 I
DYiZ HTinnlTs Area In
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RETAIL Oi PR
a monrDE aTs
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