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V;XWWC OfMBLT, Alitor.
f .,'t RA'lXAR'r) PBl.tTM'AI.I.Y.
,i i ftir ' JiPlKWiorJh hYntncky
i.ntv of llallnril, N not nllllcted by
?h lUllclUm. At the Inte Ken
ky State election n.illnrtl pne only
o hnmlrrtl mid lonr vote lor rn.
irlln.thc JtepuWIcan oiuilM.ifo lor Oov
nor. hack as uinr.t.r.
In the Glolt-Df-nocrat of yesterday
itUpnleh from Cairo bonded '!f hcCnlro
evec Secure." The. dlpateh myt : "A
mc may have misunderstood the dl
ateh of Wednesday, I desire, to ny that
t nolidnrinr thUfredicL Jut f'ntrn
iitrithljlcnlltdniiKOr'iroin ah over
tow. It 1 txtltcvcd by competent eiml
teer (Hat the levees eould not broken
y.?l'.ir -river. 'I'hoy iiavc wlth-tood
iiiich higher flood, and'thc older they
u, ire the. utronirer they Itecoine. "try
.HdtrOWnW-ita before? Why did
heT "Erlt.aanffer u nil,' ami an uiai.
kind of rtutVt llu hn been coinK'lled to
Ho back on hlmsolf.
HOW IT lJI!Rr.t VK.
The Sl.ale Jfltghter copies the Davis
nuott-paiua uipp.wn 10 mu ci. iuiii
OlobfDnnocrni, with the remark, that
"at Cairo the river rose, nine Inches In
the ttrerity-lour hours up to Inst evening'
ana the. ..people there nre sreatly
'alarmed." If there lias been any alarm
in Cairo, we iiavciOt obervcl It. The
rircrs at th'u point aro not, Avltliiii several
feet n1) high ns tliey Iiavc been every
year time, whereof the memory of man
runncth.not to the contrary. J lie only
ularracd. person In the city i- Davis of
uie rtn( "wno i oneoi uienioscpamcKy
men in the world, lie Kahvay. atllicted
by a panic.
-TOBACCO MS B4l,l.tKI).
The Paducah Ifrrntd paints n loomy
picture of the tobacco nropects in the
J'iirclia.e. in tiiatcciuuty.the llcmidm
been infotvapa, it is Utterly lmpo-HIe to
make wore than a half crop, and thU It Is
thoucht Is too hljrh an estimate. "Whole
tlcldnf tobacco are abandoned," fay
the Iff raid, "and many ot them so over
come with gnus and weed that it Udilll
cult to tell that tobacco had been planted
at all." The Ballard AVwi U not near sv
Kloomy as the llrmld. It says: "In
" rdereacc to the tobacco crop, we heard a
u mu mjt, yorday that there would be
more money in Ballard county next year
than has been in It at any time for ten
jilf. T). L. Davis, the man of the .v;,
the panicky person, who Is attempting to
injure our city by lalsc reports, in one of
hU dispatches to the Intcr-Otttm "-ays:
"The Ohio U forty-four feet and eight
inches on the gauge. At o)7y-erc ret
ourlertts art in dangtr. The river li ttill
not a word of truth in thU. Our levee
have been in no danger whatever, and
our K!oplo have felt no alarm. Why
does this gentleman persist In the-c im
ports so injurious to our city? Is ho
frightened out of his wlts-panli-strluken,
or Is be telling his whopper hi the hope
of creating a tcnsatioti?
The Slate Journal bayu : "if the Wil
liamson county uutliorltles hhould notify
the Executive of tbvlr Inability to eutorec
the laws, we have no doubt that Gov
Beveridge", having full knowledge of, and
confidence In the bravery anil discretion
of the editor ol the Bulletin, will
efhlra to raise asorce of llfty men or
more to go to Williamson county voluu
Urlly and nott theost of the State as
ne nas no power 50 pay mem to refetorc
This kind of badinage may ieno tin
purpose of attracting attention from tlx
fact that Gov. Beveridge takes no Inter.
est In the Williamson county lawlesMieM,
,1)111 we.UO.uot.Dtlleve It will. The peo
ple are or theopJnloiithal IIU Excellency
should do something to end the bloodv
busing IfijWIIliomioii and Jackson, and
his remark that "both counties arc Dem
ocratic" will not shield him from the In--dhmatlon
of even the Itndti
ol OITK PANICKY PKUSO.N.
n Mr. D. h. D"avls, oi the ,y,oi, Is
A most panicky person lii the world,
tt When he hears reports f the yellow
fever a tray 1T, lie raises the cry ol :
"Brown I". t - .
K He entreats that ofllcer to he very vlgi
1 't to-ctcan tip tho Cltj- (o tlr (he
people ti) with his longest pole.
WheulhU panicky person hear of the
chokra Jw.trrfcks ':
-rown j lot the Lord's sake, get tar
and pitch aurfcarbollc aclil, and disinfect
i fvocn lie wears ol a rain xtoi m niuiv,.
f I oi on any of tho rivers, he raise, the
; J s'iomu Get toil tll aiul
Ur, andiHslnfect the levees ! Be vlirllant.
OhloJnstfl is I little damn roils, nml MIl.
ahwppl ievec is"sure to bo swept away. If
iniTBoea mcnes 113 and raises the river
a half a mile. Brown. In- uniM.- tvn
rm y Mmwcont or hi boot.
Km I rally to '(ire levees, and use
wh . hex!
I ork?,fro BatoK., uui,, v,hat he
.tnowioloDlnlon, ot currtt poll
, Met of. Um ret en who vult tho Jreit
A -Vrterinf 1am. Oov.-fUortlrlcks. ,?f 1!, !
m iBK.(aaauwtii QuetUoiud as tn
IW lui fmmr Zitit i,ii,.i,... ,..
MBaJki'HMrr-. denied, the
)fi ImpMHMtm mo de-lre the re.
election of (5ov. Allen ', ho doe. not want
two kinds of money, each with n different
vnlne; lie doe- until a specie lnNri,
quick n It ran lie arrived at nnlnrnUjV
and In the meantime wuils the voluilttnt
currency kept equal to the want'W trrfde;'
'i'hHrman'A lnt "li him, nnil if
he mnt take a position with tl.u linrd
money Peinocrati or the sott-numey
Democrats hl plaee will be loitnd to he
ntiong the nppner of Inllatlon.
A WONDKItrtTt. AIK-HIIIr.
A man of the name ofSeliroeder lias
;ot it, or will have it n oon ns be can
ct it together n givat alr-shlp that will
cros the Atlantic in lllty hours. Speak
ing ol tills "big thing," the Baltimore
Im'rlcan says : "The niaehlnery has all
been prepared, and attention will now.be
turned to the manufacture of the balloon,
A lot has been procured at the luterec
Hon oi ."WaiiMon and iioniulary avenues,
and in a few days an enclosure
will be made, where the work will be
carried on. Mr. Schroedcr Is very nn
gulno of the success of his scheme, nnd
plat es every eonildenco in hi invention,
lie is not Inexperienced In aeronautics,
having made frequent trip in (Jermany,
where he. studied the Mibjcct tor u lonir
time. He is a practical civil engineer,
and has held several blub portions in
the German army. Ills balloon Is In
tended more especially to aid army oh
ervatlons, and Its pale, If oucccjsful, lo
this or the I rcnch Government, Isanilel
pated by Mr. Schroeder."
(IOVi:ilOR AMI WILLIAM-
Tlic Governor says he has no authority
to interfere in the bloody hii-lnc of
Williamson county. In a eonveration
with a reporter o( the State-Journal, Gov.
Bcveridgc says he ha' noticed that some
of the papers are inclined to censure the
Executive for not Interpo-injr the power
of the State, "but," lie adds, "1 am In
clined to attribute the censure, which
comes mainly from the opposite pre", to
political motives. because the writers can
not bu Isrnoraut of the fact that the State
cannot Interpose il pouer unless called
upon to do so by theolllcersof the county
or district where the troubles exUt." It
we are not mistaken the countv oilieers
of Williamson appealed I" (iovernol
Bcvtridge more than a year ajro. We re
member to have seen the corrc
pondencc published ; and. If
out memory i not defective,
th.e Governor told the ollleers, in .ub-
stance, to be good little boy and enforce
the laws, and all would he well. But be
can do nothing; and he teems to believe
there U no necessity for action. "Uoth
the counties,' (Williamson and Jackson)
he coolly remarks, "arc Democratic.'
Of cotir-c thcrcfjiro tliere no need to
interfere. The Governor evidently be
lieves the vendetta N making Democrats
.-career. "They are both Democratic coun
ties," iny-. Bcveridgc ; so. let the murder
ing woi k jfo on ; the State don't care !
rm: ni'Ko.sr .'hkmoiiiai..
The purpose ol the Byron Memorial
Committee, of which Mr. Disraeli is
President, to place a monument over the
iii oeen jitvoraiiiy received by li K rela
tives and ilvseendants. Lady Anne
Blunt, Byron's grand-daughter, writing
to .Mr. Di-nielf on the .subject, ald Lord
Byron's family had not forgotten that
when hli remains were taken back to
England Iroui a foreign grave, they were
refused a resting place In Westminster
Abbey ; "thai It was left to hi, shier,
Mrs. Leigh, and his friend, Mr. Hobhouso
perhaps Hie, two who lovcu blm iwjst-
to Itury lilni, and Hint together
they placed a tablet to his mem
ory. What their affection then deemed
suitable we still hold to be enough, nor
can we think that. the addition of 11 slab
placed by aibscripllmi hi Hucknall church
would add anything to the dignity of the
pocffitomi). At least, It Is not for the
public, which dialled a Worthier grave, to
take now:, after fifty years unaiklngfioui
nis ininuy, tne guardianship of their
ueau. LiHicr tiiese circuuiitaiiees u,(.
tcatiiuonija lo Byron's memory wlll'iiave
to lako some oilier shape than that dc
signed by the .Memorial Committee.
itio uemocrati of MIsU-lppl' havo
done that which puts them out of the
pale .of that Democratic, putty
in which many of the Dem
ocrat .of tills part or the political
vincysrM have faith. They have been
guilty or the unpardonable crime of de-
clarlflg the clvll and political equality ol
the black with the tthltc man, and in
favor ot die education of black children
iu thcubllc iehools o the State. They
hnvc even gone to the extent of extend'-
ingacoruiai invitation to the voters of
"both races'' to unite vigorously against
Iho ItadlonN. Theo Democrats are of
the latter days, and would not hesitate
to denounce any man guilty of the fool-
isiiues- 01 attempting to inril
back thp tide of tlum nnd
float the country hito the old' slavery
Ideas ; theyv would itol"he1( ate lo sa'v
that any man guilty of the meanness of
assaulting with deadly weapons, or anv
kind of weapons, negro children desirous
of attending the-pHbllosehooN ought to be
nueu 5 mat school ollleers refusing to m
gro ciiiidrcn the benefits of the .common
scnoois ought to be mulcted In penalties.
Being Democrats of this klnd-our klnd
wbatwillCapt. 1'otter do with them?
These Mississippi Democrat', wlio never
icq iii.ielc. hraves to baUliVliavo'Mirely
fallen Into peculiar ways-lmve tliey not,
Qulney In puo of the thriving cltle, of
Illinois. It Is not a yrtai city, neither is
it an overgrown country town. It Is, in
fact, a city. It look's like a cltv; talks
like a city, acts likeii city, and uacltv
DUUlliig clty wlth a future. MV ad.
mire It-JikcJt al a d'statice and like it at
clovi quarters.' Its location pleases us.
nd Jts hounH and strceU and women
'" nien; and particularly Its men.
I "!'' Jj' women of Qulney are benntllul
" u tn.it, but lh Ouhtcy men beat
thn-world outside of Jfrw Yrk and I'hl
eago. r They ate of th gtyu eiieigetlc.
Eaclf tiinii. jecms to take prMe in the
city nnd to be nnxlmU to eontrllule to
B prosperity. When anything Is sug-
gesrett in i no jnreivsj oi iuinc-, me
tjnlney men all that Mo say, the mot
of litem, for then- are drones in every
hive manifest an Interest in the sugges
tion, and If there l prollt In it, push it
with Ouliielan dah to consummation.
It ncccssarv, and this neeeflty i always
arising, they put tlielr hands into their
pockets anil contribute money lo make
the enterprise u dicers-, They under
Maud that thce eonlilhutlons are bread
thrown upob tlio water.-, return for
which they will have before, not niter,
.luM now these eneigetle ijiilney men
are at work nrgiitil.lng a great fair at
that place for this fall. It jirniul-e to he
one of the most successful tabs ever held
In theSintc; wo aie Mire it. will be the
most successful one ever held hi the
West. "Already," ay the .S7o! 7,Vi
ttr, "theownrr of Goldsmith Maid, the
celebrated trotting mare, Mr. Smith, U
In Qulney makliij; airangiMiients to have
his horses nl that fair. Oilier equally
tine stock will be there. The result of
all this will be a splendid success. People
will attend such fairs, giving the slow
coaches the go by, and, of eour-e, will
bencllt theclty or town w here they are
held. It would nol hurt Spriuglield lo
have a few dozen Gen. Sltiulctons in her
And It would not damage place lo
possess a lew Singletons, They are the
men who build up cities and make coun
tries prosperous. To General Singleton we
nttrlbute much of the prosperity otijithi
cy. He has stamped upon that commu
nity hi- peculiarities. He 1 one of the
most ho-pitable of men, and his example
has made Qjilney the mo-t ho-pltahle
city in Illinois. He is one ol the mo-t en-
ergetlc of men, and his example has
made Qulney one of the most energetic
of cities. Wealthy, he never hesitates to
use his wealth In the lntere-t of his com
munity. He goes ahead iu enterprises
with his pnr-e open, saying: "Com
on." The result has been, that Quluey
has greatly prospered and U pro-pcriug.
Men like General Singleton are eiiy
builders, public benefactors and very
handy persons lo have In one's neighbor
hood. siNui.r.-TKiui 1111:1. ii.ur.i:i.i.
nut ,1 si.( (i.n ti:ki,
The DuQuoln Trilmnc -ays : "The
Cairo editors Oherly and llarrelt are
already talking of sending Hartzcll to
Congress for a second term. This does
not round as 11 they were 'one term'
advocates, and yet that has been their
line and cry ever since Giant's second
election. The fact is, that when the sec
ond or third term shoe i- to he titled to a
Democratic foot, it don't pinch half as
bad as It would were the same game to
be played by the Kcpublkan-. Con-is-teney,
gentlemen I She"- a jewel. But,
pshaw V Hartzell to be returned to Con
gress? Not any. Why, if his salvation
depended altogether 011 his return to
Devil would already have a inoilgage
upon JiN'oM clothe"
The editor of the 'Mum inut bu very
obtit-c, or else there would be no m ec
sily to explain lo him that there is
marked dlll'crcnee between the l're-Idcnt
and a member ol Congress : that a citi
zen may, without being Inconsistent, be
lieve 11 President should not he re-elected
because ot the danger likely to result
therefrom, and that a Congressman
should be re-elected during a series of
years localise of the good results likely
to How from such a policy. The 1're-i-deut,
wielding great power and being the
distributor of much patronage, might, If
we were to admit the inuny-tcriu policy,
u-e ids power and patronage lo continue
hlm-.eU' In ollleii during, life,
and thus pervert the lie public. Certain
ly, 11 the many-tenn policy were once
acknowledged, nearly every l'rcsldcut
would attempt to continue himself in
power, and the result would be disastrous;
our now peaceful country would become
as revolutionary as any of the republics
oCSoutli America Iu which a civil war oc
curs whenever there Is a presidential elec
tion. But nol so iu the Instance of
a Congressman. While the re-election
ot President G rant lo a third term might
bo fruitful of great disasters to tho coun
trythe re-election of any Congressman
even the most unscrupulous and able
possible to bo imagined eould
nol In any exigency endanger the peace
of tho country. In fact, the return of
men to Congress so lnngas they are faith
ful to their trust Is the very best policy.
No man can obtain much liillueuce, orac
coinpllhh anything of great Importance,
iu one'short (erm. Legislation is (i bus'.
ness that must lo learned, and to bo skill
ful hi it requires the experience of many
years, 'i he South, before the war ol the
rebellion, w.s more powerful than tho
Xortli In Congress because the South re
turned Ha congressmen year alter year,
while thO Xortli was represented, In
great part, by new men In each Congress.
Besides this, (lie legislation of men un
used to tho w ork of the legislature, must
of necesi-ltv be crude. llu who
has been an observer, u
looker-on ut Washington, or who
has given any attention to tho General
Assemblies of the dillerent States, must
have been forcibly Impressed Willi the
truth of this iis-erlinn. We are not, in
tlie matter of members of Congress or
the General Assembly, a slngle-term ad
vocate. We lii! 'lit, by persistent head
hitting by taking a very heavy logical
club and heating the Tribune editor on
thii head a yeator two-get him to un
derstand that the Cairo editors, may be
one-term men as to (lie Presidency and
many-tfrm men as to Hartzell, mid yet
be uol liable to the charge of Ineousls
teucj. Very refreshing I, the light mid airy
maimer of the Tribune In saying : "But
pshaw I Hartzell to be returned to Con
gress' Not any." The Tribune will learn
n thing or two after nwhlle; and one ot
the things will be tliat, It Mr. Hartzell
tlocs his duly hi Congress, be will be re
lumed In ISTl!. We have not the Wast
doubt of tills, iiu right to n nomination
by the Democrats of the dlstilel for a e
eond term will not be questioned by any
one, :lle will gel the nonilnatloit as n
matter ot course. Itnl, as we have before
said, hpth his uiMitination and re-eleellon
will depend on the record be makes for
hlm-elf in Congress, lie may wauderoir
nfler the fal-e gods of lloiubonlsm. take
Ids place among the liiNe ilumielal pin
ihcl, or bceomeau advocate of Iniqui
tous policies, mid iu till- w.iy forfeit bis
right to ii;-noiiihiiitIon ami re-election,
lie Is not likely lo ilo so. for he Is n very
evenly balaiu ed gentlemen, but he may.
It he ddes nol, wo shall be very earnestly
hi favor ol his re-election: If lie does, we
shall very earnestly labor to not permit
him logo back lo the stal lie now oeen-
Tin. Into Cellir Burleigh, who died In
New York city last week, was thrice
man led and twice divorced. Her lir-l
husband win Illiterate and jealous of Ids
wife. Her .-econd was talented and re
fined, but had no congeniality with his
Wife. With the lust one, Mr. Burleigh,
she lived happily until 11 ibatli. In
per.-on, she U described "' 'all, slen
der, blue-eyed, and goldm-lcilred spro.I-
men of womanhood." she died of can
Bi:n. Alm:n, of .lacksniivllle, shot nnd
mortally wounded his lather, Isaac. Allen,
I on the (Uh hi-t. The elder Allen, who
' was InloxicaUsI, was making an assault
on his wile with a carving knife, when
the sou luterlVicil In the protect ion ol hi
mother: the boy -urrendered himself to
theauthoililc-. but his ncl was regarded
as jiisllllalile. and ll Is not likely any
thing will b- done with hlni.
A xnwei'Ai-r.ii eorresiioudent who
called on Tilton to get information in re
gard to tho hitim.i'cd new uial, sa he
found that gentleman In 11 velvet dressing
gown, and walled in by books on ancient
history. Over his Inkstand hung n
bronze crucifix, and 011 the walls wore
three pictures of his. wife, lie is toiling
on tlie manuscript of his new novel.
Tin: bccfeatlnji population of N'ew
York city depend largely on Texa'- ut
ile for tlielr tnr.it. 1'rom -1 hundred to
two thousand lem :i week are import
ed from Iho plains of TVa- to New
York, and statiifhtered by the buteherof
that eitv. One firm kills ut the rate of
twent v thousand Texan cattle a year.
Al l Kit all.I'x-l'iv-ldeiit .lohn-on's lo.-s
Is ids friends' gain. He was a linn be
liever in life Insurance, says the Charles
ton AV it mud CvxAtr, and Illustrated hi
faith by his acts to an extent that Is rare
even in these days. The aggregate of the
policies 011 his life Is no less than three
hundred and forty thousand dollars,
Moonv and Sankey arc coining home
again from a foreign shore, and their
next religious ctl'orts will be made 111
Washington City. A building is to be
erected for their special use, and an Im
mense revival among the wicked -Iniiciv
of Washington City is uuticfpatul.
ton to goVi 'Kentucky to vole, ho did not
leave .sNtant Secretary of the Tn-a-ury
Conant to perform Ids duties, iJUt np
pointed Judge Buruhum to do .11. Till-
Is believed to de an Intimation that Co
nant is not competent and will soon be
given lesve lo look up a new situation.
No sc-ion of the International pri-.on
cougres will be held In 1S70, but it has
been arranged to hold :i meeting of the
pcrniainent prison commission, of which
K. C. Wines, ol thl, State, is a "member,
Iu Frankfort, Germanv.
Moniii-, ot Tilion's counsel,
the new trial will oeeunv not
more than ten day- or two weeks) that
te-tliiiony of the greatest iniportance will
be introduced, mid no questions or col
lateral issues will ho allowed to creep in.
Vkumo.vi is lo have a narrow gauge
railroad, to run from Shclbuuinc iu Mas
Biichctts, to North Troy, Vermont, a dls
tance of two hundred and forty-six miles.
The estimated eot of the road per mile
Is twelve thousand live hundred dollars.
Tin: country round about Cincinnati
sutlers to tho extent of ten millions of
dollars by the Injury to agriculture by
the late tloodsj
Ir cost the District of Columbia .-ome-wlierc
between forty and a hundred thou
sand dollars to print its last (lellnoiiciit
Tin: treasury robbery of forty-seven
thou-and dollars it l bcUcveil was com
inlttcd by an employe oi the cash room.
Aiiout tho liveliest newsnaner In the
State Is tho Macoupin I'.nquirer. Snlvcly
Cincinnati succcs.fullyeeiebrati'(l the
O'ConucIl centennial birthday.
'I lie Witrlil or London.
Here are some curious statistics nbout
London, which We ex.tr.iet tmin one (if
the papers Issued by the London City
- It covers within tin, nOceii inilps' 1.1.
dins of 'Charing frosn nearly llfleen
hundred square miles.
. ,1?, " Mthiu these bouiidar es
It comprises r,m. million foiclirncis
from every quarter of the globe.
ii wuiiiaini more icoinan uunoncs 1111111
Borne Ilsell. inure .lnv tlian tho wholii
Of Palestine, innir. Irish than Dublin.
"V'ru hculchiiicii thun Kdiubtirgli, more
W elshmcn than Cir'tiiV, and more com;,
try-born persons than llie coiuitios of
Devon, Warwickshire and Durham com
bined, It lias a birth in li ..vore live tnlniilcj
and death In It even- eight minutes, and
seven ace dents i.e.. V ii tn It. :
miles of stucif. 1
It has ail averaw nl'i.wentv-4'lL'hl miles I
ol new streets opened, and !,000 new
houses built In It evmy year. 1
It has 1,000 ships ami 0,000 salloi iu 1
lis port every dav.
It has ll7.IHKIli:,l.if.ml ei'iinlnnU mi Its I
police register. Inr
ofllO.OOOpcrnmiuin. " .
It Inix as tuanv bcer-slioiis anil gin-
Places US Would. Ir nlnecil kIiI.i he sl.le
stretch from C harlntr Cro,8 to Ports-'
mouth, a Ubtance ot soveuty-tlirco miles.
It lias I1S IllHlii-tinimnra nu innll niii.i
than occupy every house In Brighton.
world, represented b the yniily dclivciy
hi Its postal cIMtlcts of 'jlts.OliO.OOO let-lor-.
A 1 lllnire ol Ileus.
Two brothers mimed Gall have ( 'lab-.
lblied it m.iiiiinolh hennery In Colorado,
ten miles from Denver. It enters four
acre, which Is laid out like a village.
Willi streets anil avenues, ' in popula
tion r tho village is nboiil -jntKi, divided
inli Brahmas, I'uchius, Shanghai, and
f)oi kings, and lliechlcl product-aieegys
and spilng ehii keiis. Thebroihers Gall
express but a single icgrel. and that I
mat tliey did not louiiil (heir colony in
teen years ago, when egg- hi ought S" a
docii, nnd a spring chicken Wi" worth a
pennyweight of gold du-l.
THE DAI LA' JJUMjISTIN.
rrun: iu;r,u;riN u mtiiib(siru'i) mumiM
(except Momt iy) in Hi-' II11II1 tin IIiiIMIiik. cornel-
WiisIiijikIuii mfniie uli'l 'I'tti lllli edict
TilK 111 i.i.i.tin I. tervisl In 1 lly siilm 1 iler
f.ittlifill milters lit THCiily-rive Cent aWcel,
iiyiiiilc witkly. I'.y.Mnll, (in iiilv.uiee, , Hiiur
nnuiiriis iii'inllii, ; llin-i iihmi,, -i; m,.
iiioiiUi. $1 it.
I'nldl-'.dl eny 'lliiirfliiy iin)riiin-ut l
14" niiiuilii, liivnilulil) in iHlcnncu. 'Ilir )-le
Oil IliK WiLly will be irewlitnt lliis (ifflie,
tli'itsiiWrlliiT. will oI'Lilu fur a uWrj'tuiii
lire nf 41 n ymt.
i a 1 1. v .
nushicos C01I1, Tr annum
one stuwr, one nsfrlhtn,
One lKmire, twn OKiTlloiis
(Inn iiijiiartr, un,' wrk,
One (s-liiaie, twn wcil,
ir.e Kiiun', tlinc vn'fe,
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(liircnu'iits, liolti ;ii In rulv el churr in :unt inuti
hit ir U-.l3 yiux ll.Ur fnorn.
S3Notlie In'lmul mlumn inMTtwl fur Plf-
tw.i Cent iwr lire flir on ii. .rlii.ii, 'Iwinlr
Cinls 11 line fnr two lnTllvti, rwmly-t'ite
Onu rv llii- fir llue inf iiIoiid, 'llilrty-rUc
Cents 11 Ihie fer mic nick, !inl Scviily-Klre
L't-nli :i tlii forum; ntunlli,
Cotsmunlcntioni! upon nubjecto or cuti
oiul iiiterent to the jiuliltc HOlJoitcd.
K-.ll letter i-liiiiilil ljU'Uliv--isl In
.ions ii. hi:i;i.v.
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A,5t.f?r Ponrt'H Extract
Tnke no other. '
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POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
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A BOOK FOR THE MILLIOIT;
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Notlu tt tho Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Bfort ipi'ljlm lo ik noietlou qauk, aho ilt.nl.. I.
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The HOWE ; Machine
Will stand a tost of Strongth of Ma
chinery that no olher Maciiino will. Call
and soo and bo convinced thai this is
tho best nov in tho Market.
Tho Howo Maolxiao Co.
Agency For Southern Illinois.
I. P. BENNETT, MannKor.
I STCK OF DPt
II '111 tl. l
Groat Sleduotion m Prioes, 0
Tablo Linens, Percales,
Ki.Hi .f V.'hltu OooU, Victor! . Ltwnn, fiwiioi Zitaiat!, ni.'l nl rr
ltllitKJnf". 1 Ii.-1 mi"' s i!i is- .; I :ii i'
ii. l.'Oonri'insI 1 i.n-.it Iwrtnlii-' TK:M"
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PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS A2-7D RETivI.-i Of
f T" 1 ... ll ... .. .
V ' f 1 rri'';l-un.f,nlr-fr.ftii
lilkil Willi ivlUblc linigs nt inuuiiiiuic r-.u.
WIIOLESALK & RETAIL
7 Ohio Levfo.
mm mhm&m h
myM fatotfjs m mm i
StrBSOHXiiB-OR TsSE " If
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR. '
OF DRESS GOODS,
in ii "i. ii 1 pnntinii'' until hum
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HETAITj .5: PKESORIPTION
'.ViwhlnirtoD Av Cor. 8th St.
11 ii'if .in uuiueuee wan 1111 pans 01 me