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JOKK X. OBZRZ.Y, Editor.
me mixer wiuu.
The Qnlncy Whig came out on Mon
day fait In n nowdrcs", onlnrpcd and In
quarto form. It luu nil tlio appearance
of a metropolitan Journal now, and will
doubtless receive increased patronnRO
and support from the enterprising peo
ple ol Qulncy. The Whig Is tliirty-?even
years old, and h In the prime of it? life
A IIANE rAIIKICATION."
In a letter to n friend at Cleveland,
Judge Tliurninn said ol tlie conversation
Imputed to hlinclf and Mr. Cook, of
Cincinnati, as having occurred at I'ltt-ln-llay
: "The idea that Cook and I would
sit down hi the presence and hearing ot n
perfect stranger and utter surh stud'a"
uttrlbutcd to tts In that letter l too nl.
surd for any man in Ids senses to believe,
A bater fabrication teas ncrtr concocted.1'
Tilt: (1KORI1IA RIMI.XM.
The negroes of nineteen counties In
Georgia lately planned an insurrection
'llieplo. was discovered before it had
matured, and the ring-leaders were ar
rested. Ily their confessions, It appears
that all the white people were to be Killed I
except tnc youuir anu pretty women
these, wllh thu money and properly of
parties', were to lc divided among the
negroes. How much exaggeration there
is as to the extent and purposes of the
nlpped-In-thc-head rUIng, is not known
at this writing.
TI1K OUTI.KT NY.NTIIM ,
Capt. John Cowdon of Memphis, who
does not believe in the Jetty system for
the Improvement of the mouth of the
Mississippi, does believe in the "outlet"
system ; he lias a sublime conlldeiieo In
It as "a theory and a remedy which reason
and common sense will some day estab
lish in spite of all the scientllics and
others who are more interested in bonds,
levee contracts, tow-boats, trans-continental
railways, &c, than they arc hi the
good of the country,'" and he contends
that If this system were adopted, the
lower valley of the Mississippi, embra
cing an area of thirty millions of acres ol
the most productive land in the world,
now not worth live dollars an acre,
would be reclaimed and would average
In value one hundred dollars an acre or a
sum equal to three billions of dollars.
l OUXD OCT.
And now the Kddy brothers have been
detected in fraud. We aro loth to bellevo
it, but such appears to be the fact. A cor
respondent of the Uoston Herald peuetra
ted too clo!ely into the mysteries of the
materializing cabinet and the consequence
i uiai uie mothers Have taken in their
sign and will muUmMiicssfortlicpreent
Tills la sad. Of all the materiall.ln.r ,,,
dlums, the Kddy brothers have worn the
longest and the best. Their Indian spirit.
a u u.plr oilier snlrlfs ni.ncared to be
genuine; they grew potatoes and wove
clolii and performed oilier wonders of a
similar character, and (he closest scrutiny
of believers, failed to detect the work of
the hddy brothers themselves in It.
Hut at last they have gone the way of all
mediums, and have quit business accord
ingly. javusos roti.vrr .wi:i:r.s .v in;.
The Jackson comity people are iudlg.
naur. The late developments of the feud
in Williamson county and the Ku-klux
operations in Frankliii,in connection with
the fact that SIsney was killed In Carbon
dale, have conspired to give .Jackson
county a reputation somewhat similar to
that borne by Williamson and Franklin.
But tho Jacksonlans do not lie quietly
under the soft impeachment. On the 2Ild
Inst, an indignation mass meeting was
held at Murphysboro in the court house.
The meeting was presided over by lion.
Hiram Swnrtz, of Elkvllle, one of the
County Commissioners. Addresses were
made by Hon. J. Hanks Maj ham, Hon.
F. E. -Albright, Gill J. Jlurr, M. C.
White, D. T. Garrett and others.
Resolutions were passed to tho eileet
that whereas, the press ol tho country
has been led to associate Jackson with
Franklin and Williamson as one of the
turbulent counties whose law could not
be executed through her citizens and
county olllcials, and that an emergency
existed to invoke tho aid or the Governor
of thu State to that end; therefore it
was resolved, that Jackson is io one of
the turbulent counties ; that its law-abiding
citizens regret tho uneuvlable
notoriety, reckless newspapers and indl
viduals have given It; that tho nppllca
Hah in Hin enitii.nni. . . .
,w ...w vuiunw iu .inn .mil equip ;t
company of militia at the present tlmo
was unwise and calculated to Injure tho
good name of the county ; that they rec
ognize tnc county onicers as men willing
and ablo to arrest and puni-Ii all crluiF
nals who do not get away from them ;
that they no not want the arms until
called for, and that "as law-abiding eitl
zcns'of Jackson county, In mass-meeting
assembled respectfully and kindly request
the press of the country to correct the
false and unwarranted reports which
have recently emblazoned the columns
or papers throughout the country, and
beg of them to place us In a proper light
before the world."
H'CAHTXEY AMI THU MOM .Ml. V,
u monument commissioners
,rVr ""anMcd head
NattoVTr . vlsite
J i, has visited the
tociW,r'utwM 3,011,1(1 City for the
expre. Vun "l . , . .
rv n f.,..,l -ill..
ment and piuw, "am,n"K
tie merit Pllon.
ment and r,;;.T:,n. camming tn0 monu
tie nicrlli. ix.. 0P"ou on Its artls-
mourns. Ho wa wuiUi""l' MW-,'
In tho statues. "Thiy dlwPPolnted
cheap," ho tay, "aLuMr,00"0 uml
heavy drapery ltoti
line work." And WoU'ftr
"They are also badly wmuaffi
he walls, "which occasions surprise mi
when told that tho commissioner, i. "'
Hcceptcd them. Certainly they caimot i
.Instilled lu so doing; tiny have been far
from tine to their trint toward the Stale
In tlil. Moth the soldier ami sailor are
spoiled in their appearance by mutila
tion. The beholder looks nt the soldier
and discovers there Is something wrong
lu his appearance, besides not be
ing of lino artistic design and
cut, ami at llrst Is puzzled to
know what It is, but soon discovers the
bayonet of the gun is broken oil. On the
other side, lie'see something more palpa
bly wrong with the sailor, and has his at
tention dinwn to a club ho holds lu his
hand, and wonders what that was In
tended for, when directly he discovers It
I? the handle ot an oar, the blade extend
ing above vertically having been broken
of!' at the hand."
Xo wonder the nrtlMic instincts of Mc
Cartney sullered when he stood ofl'nii'l
bent lil critical eye upon the statues. He
evidently went to the cemetery expecting
10 see tnc nronzo sailor on the lop of lite
monument looking like a newly dressed
up tar, and the bronze soldier bv his side
drecd in nliaiuKoiuesiiit of Tuole Sam's
uniform, brass buttons and all, with a
brand new gun In his hand. Xat-
urally lie was disappointed. The
wicked contractors had actually palmed
oil upon the knavish Willis and l.ooney
and the loolMi llaiiibleloii a soldier's
statue with n broken gun and a sailor's
statue wllh a mutilated oar ! McCartney
feel the insult lo the bonet and lulelll-
gent people of the Slate of Ullitol
S crlcj out against It. And we hold up his
hands. The commissioner ought to
make the contractors glvo the soldier a
whole gun and the sailor a whole oar.
If tho contractors can't do Hint, let them
search for tho broken parts and invest in
a quantity ol Spalding's glue, and mend
tliem. Xothlng less than this will satisfy
ASNASNINS AN WIIM, AS TIIII'.VI'.S.
A dastardly attempt to assassinate an
agent of thu government In Chicago an
attempt evidently made by the direction
and connivance of the whisky ring,
shows tho ring to bo even inoro corrupt
than the public lias judged it to be. Tho
revenue agent, J. K. Miller, was until last
May in the employ or the government
as a ganger. At that time tho secret ser
vice never visited Chicago and raided the
distilleries and manufactures.
It was intimated, and an investigation
seemed to justify the intimation, that
Miller had been derelict in tho perform,
mice of the manifold duties which his po
sition made incumbent upon him. lie
was charged with having In several in
stances openly violated certain sections
ol the law. He was dismissed, but no
charges were ever preferred against him.
It was hinted at tho time iu
certain circles that thu action of the gov
ernment In decapitating Miller was re
ceived with a geiiuino chuckle by the
ring. Whether true or not, Miller seems
to have harbored no revengoin his bosom
fortho:c who had disarmed him, for
very soon alter lie went to the govern
ment olllcials and presented to them a
huge Vanillic ol damaging testimony
..ill..!. .., 1.
... . mini luriivu lOOSC, WOUKl pl'OVO
a uesirucuvo avaiuitiin to tile rbi" hi
Chicago and tho district. 'J iiu.i,,,,,.
prised men of UuUicnco mid social .tmuU
JiiA'sucIi asewcoiihf ('l.ifiii. 'rim
put out by Miller was gotlen up so min
utely, so pointed and conviuciiiirlnevcn-
detail, that the olllcials saw in It a de
structive weapon with which
they would knock to atoms every
vestige of corruption remaining, and
bring out tho ncrnetrators collectlvelv.
Miller wns iu:oriUi"Y taKCll hack Into
the service of the L'ovemment. slnee
which time he lias rendered valuable aid
lotlie'Jreasury olllcials In their invesll-
tratlqjis Into the operations of the ring.
Hut he lias been marked by its members,
and has had a presentiment that
they meant mischief toward him, a pre
sentiment which came very near to being
realized a few days ago. Last Friday
wlille lie was out for a stroll on one ol
tho suburban streets ol Chicago, a llgurc
that was both muscular and active, with
a face well shadowed, sprang before
him and presented a pistol which was at
once discharged. The ball lodged lu one
of Miller's arms and the assassin lied.
Miller is lu hiding under the protection ol
the government, and ho will remain
guarded until Ids recovery. The nll'air
proves that the whisky ring l-oii!iiIiis
murderers as well as thieves.
TiinXew York Herald thinks that iu
spite of rains and Hoods, army worms
and grasshoppers, the crops promUe to
turn out satisfactorily. The wheat crop
will not be so largo as was hoped and
believed six weeks ago, but it will be an
uerago crop. Corn promises very well,
whie's means, a large meat crop for ship,
ment, and from thu south the news
about cotton In generally good. The
Hoods have destroyed a good deal on
tho lower Mississippi, hut much less
than was feared. KUcwhero thu cotton
reports are favorable. The
demand for both grain and cotton win
give us good prices lor everything we
shall have to sell, and probably a lirU.-
deinaud lor our products. Farmers' and
planters will make money, the railroad
people aro hopeful and expect to hnvn n
busy and profitable season, and in the
west local inaiiulactoiies of dliiercni
kinds arc already fully employed.
Mr.nioi'ous furnishes the 1Mb district
with a candidate for congress. Ho be
longs to thu great Smith family. He
lives next door to Jones of thu il
Journal, whose printing olllee is mvt
door to Smith's tailor shon. Smlil. .m.
uouuees that though he is "only a poor
laylor, who makes hutches for poorer
editors, ho knows he has ,,,, i,,nmL
than Jones and could till u,0 c.oii.'rcs.
slonal onice better." Smith propo to
lo low in the footsteps of Andy Johnson
U'liri "U rli.nl 1 ... . 1
"u ii was also ii
taylor,andlfhe(Si.ilth) does not ,,
up with old Andy, hu knows lie can lu-H
Jones on the stump or In the halls of
Xo fears aro entertained of a fatal ter
mination ol tho Injuries lately received
"y Edwin Hooth.
li wi: had not read McCartney on the
monument, we might have believed that
the nrtlt who designed the statues meant
the broken gun to speak of faithful ser
vice even unto death, and the mutilated
oar to tell the slory of hair breadth
'scapes by sea, but McCartuuv has unde
ceived u. "A close view of the monu
ment as it stands, statues and nil." he
says, "would give a genuine artUt the
lockjaw." The mystery lo us I, how
McCartney managed to get away from
that monument In time to escape an at
tack of the lockjaw.
Tin: prospects of Iho Hhreveport, Mne
niufl .Memphis railroad company are
looking up. Tho road was originally In
tended to lie an ordinary gauge, but the
dllliculty of procuring funds lias Induced
tnc company to adopt I lie narrow gauge
system, which will reduce the cost of eon
slrucliou about leu thousand dollars per
mile. This road ! intended to connect
with the extension of the Cairo iv. St.
I.ouls narrow gaugo at .Memphis, inriu
lug a narrow gauge route from the Ohio
river lo Houston, Texas.
Tin: fruit crop of West Tennessee
North Mississippi and Arkansas Unburn!
ant, and the fanners of that section liud
no sale lor their apples, peaches and
pears, The Memphis Avalanche mlvUm
them to dry their surplus fruit and "lay
up iiioitsnnus 01 uonars lust as surely as
If they had greenbacks hi a savings bank,
or iu Iho sale ol a country merchant, or
iu their wives,' stocking."
Mu. Wm. Wr.i.sn's third letter to 1'rof.
Marsh regarding Secretary Oolano's con
nection with the Indian ring, give such
conclusive proof of that olllcial's jrulliy
knowledge of the frauds perpetrated by
it, that lite waylaring man, though a
fool, need not err therein.
"Ami:s, the murderer." Is the manlier
in which Mississippi newspapers de-ig-nale
the gentleman who occupies the gu
bernatorial chair of that State. This is
cheerful for Ames,
Tin: A'hiccnues Times, heretofore a
Republican newspaper, lias been pur
chased by three Democrats, who propose
to lay down the 1'adlca! banner and hoist
the Independent one.
J. Hi'nsni, Jo.vns ol Chicago is believed
to be the gentleman who will succeed
Tin: llrst cotton of the season was sold
In Memphis on Monday.
Tln I.nUHt I'roni I'l'iiiiMlii County.
sici:lul In llic tlilcntfu 'lirni'K.
Rn.vio.v, ill., Aug. U.J. Thu excite
ment continues unabated, but new de
velopments in the ICu-khik matter are be
ing made very slowly. It is believed,
however, to-morrow and next day Im
portant inlormatlon will be given to (he
public. 'Phis morning County Commis
sioners l.ielie.-on, Dawson, and Maddux,
the latter being owner of the lain.' In
which (ho K'ii-Mm.v were .-o b.illly de
feated he Uliviin .Mason, came Into town.
Maddux- liciigceulel by two inowiUi
nilllliiiiiicii. iiiiiieil Willi lilll-J.'Cts. TIlCV
have been all d-ir In clo-o consultation
with ollicer.s and citizens, and are evi
dently determining upon
a couusi: or action.
From the best sources I learn that Hie
militia will bo discharged, subieetto call,
on Wednesday or Thursday, and tlie
commissioners will oiler a reward ol $-00
tor thu tirruHt tun! ticitvery to the sherill
of eaeli of all the Ku-klux not arre.ted
by that time, who-u names will be pub
lished in the notice ol reward to bu
printed ami scattered over the country,
oxi.v l oi'i: or Tin: hand
have been thus far arrested, viz : Xeal,
Cantrell, Duckworth, and Hrilcv. Itiilcv
was arrested Saturday inoriilng anil
brought into lleuton .Saturday evening.
Ho was at the lime of his arrest concealed
In the lolt of his rude log cabin. When
ordered to .surrender, he cried, " Don't
shoot me hi the lolt ; let mu come down
llrst." He evidently believed his davs
were numbered, mid made n full confes
sion. His statement sustained Duckworth
In every particular. He charged Xeal
with being tho leader, and gave the obli
gation, grips, and signs of the order, and
the names of members. Ho was
i.viTiArr.ii rin: s.vrniDAV nmom: iin:
lu Maddox's lane, In a low. bushy ra.
vine, on tlie place of one ol tho Summer.-,
and he was told there was fun and money
lu it. During the Initiatory ceremony
the uniform of the order was taken oiit
of a sack carried by a member, and when
It was handed him to be put on hu was
told, "These are the clothes that hid thu
men who hung old man Vaiicil." Rrilev
resides at Sneakout iu this coiintv. lit
is -15 years old, Is hunchbacked ami one
of his legs Is about four inches shorter
than thu other, lie is cross-eyed, badlv
marked by small-pox, has a fieuyy eio'n
of coarse red hair, is six feet high, wien
standing on his long leg, and Is generally
A IIAIM.OOKI.Mi MAN.
l cslerday evening, the gun of one ot
the guards stationed at the hotel, where
uirco outlaw.? are ijelng tenderly cared
lor w the slier I. was accident v ill-.
charged, with the result of nearly ter
minating llriley's lite. The hall passed
up through the noreh. mlsslnir it,ll,.v
only about one Inch, and out of tlie
root oi mu iioii-c,
I1ANI)II O.N llli: V.1! IMTll.
. I Iiiivojtut Ij'nriRMl from Coiiiiiilislonor
-Mmlilox Unit Ir. Wnnl visited Ills liou-o
yestei'lay mill 1olil liim tlmt .Satiuilny
nlKlit, wliilo riilliif,' toward l'iaiil;lbit on
Crawford's iiralrk-, Mx mlli-s from Ik'ii-
ioii, no met tlx ivii-uiux on foot. Tlioy
wcru ai.-uiSL'ii anu wcro inarclilii'' two
in iront, tiiun one, tiien two, tlu'it ono
lirliiliiir up tho rear. JJaelt carried n
ami. Tliey did not atlcuiit to interli'ii
with liim. Tills nowi lias floated eon
Mdcrablu p.xdtemeiit and a squad of mili
tia aro now careliinr tlie iiralrie.
(fttliiX Head- lu 'try the It, Ii, U.
Vamumi, Ana. i-'l.-t'aiit. .lolm
Hoaau ol thu "Franklin county militia"
has Iipcii hero all.May iu elo'-o eonsultatloii
w (li Hon.. 1. 1. Van DorMon, U. ii. dis
trict attorney, relutlvo to Ku-klux In Hint
comily. Aeeoiupanylng him is an Ini
portaiit witness who has filed alll
davltsaaalnst ii number uf thcklan in
raiiMin cmuitj'. In couvciatioii with
Mr. an Dorsten i was Informed that Hid
("li.'nl1, '0liy tovoui i-oon iu Con
imVi vl" "l,rl,i!llL'lil l'r thu pur-
If r lllTl!t WIlPll lin lulf 1)
Iii (' . 1 mi , ii .i r " ,,U,K " court
imieh ns possible.
I'roccriliims nl Mie Sliile llnai il ol
SlIIINOl'll.l.ll. UN.. AllL'. '21 111 Ihn
slalb board of eqiiallalloii wWlayMr. Mo-
iiiii, uiicrcu a cuiiiiiiiiiiic.iiiun irom uie
supervisors ol Shelby county, setting
forth that certain (owns In" that countv
had subscribed i I "0,000 in bonds to aid
Iho construction ol railroads, which rail
roads were not assessed for taxation lor
more than one-half their value lu these
The resolution oil'eicd by Mr. Warner
yesterday in relation to the assessment of
capital stock wa hiilellnltelv postponed.
Hut tho question as to how to asess tills
class of propel tv U not yet decided, nor
will It be for some days. Most of the
corporations have agents lu attendance
on Iho board looking after their interests.
.Mllllil, OlXnillMMl III HlllllllllHOII
:iiin,i , liiitiiiN.
Mauio.v, Ills., Aug. L'l. Our sherill
received 1(10 stand of arms to-day from
.Spiiiigih.'ld. He lias an order I'roni (iov.
liovorldge to call out 100 militia lo be
used by him lu bringing the outlaws In
Williamson countv to justice. Tho gov
ernor has eoiuiiiMoncd Cant. Hud- ens
to lake command of the nillitia.
Whether or not lhl move will avail
anything, the future will have to deter
mine. The crlnns that have been com
mitted In this county arc altogelhir dif
ferent from ami h.ive no connection with
Hie crimes of lie l'r.uikllu county Kit
klux. It Is Hie lliillliiir-liitssell-SIsney.llen-derson
feud that lias laid so many men
under the sod lor us. Ku-klux do not
trouble us In ''illlamson county. To
day everything is quiet and peaceable
here, and one nuuld think wo never had
a crime coiumlitnl In our midst ; hut to
morrow we may havo the unpleasant
nuwsol nimHicr highway murder or a
midnight n-a nation. So mean and
low me -otiio ot these parties In (his feud,
that we mi m ver tell when nor where
the next man will "turn his toes."
liiipiii'Mist Ili'clsluii or u,i
.i:u V.'i.h, Aug.'.' . T secretary of
the treasury, according to a Wiihhig'ton
special (ifhieriiaii's news agency ol this
city, lias i inlered the following deel-Ion
lu refeivii '. to live-twenties of s(;."i, .Mav
and Xoen.lir,and llve-twenlies oflsil.',
January ni.il July. The books and rec
ords ol tin- department show that the
.VJOs of .'(!.. May and Xovember.
known a old (i.?, were the llrt of
Ihesu two loans Issued, the
daleot Hi. isue being October 21, ISltt,
while the. oii-fiis of ISOj, January and
.Inly, Uw-wn in the new '(!.'s, allfiuifh
the Imiid-1" ar on their new lace the date
of July 1. isTL W-eru not i.sued until Oc
tober, l"1';. 1 hereliiro It follows that
the iVJUs ,.f fiT). May and Xovember,
known a- the old '0.,s, )cj,g uK. Ur-t I--siicd
undi-tt.e law, must be the first
called. '1 lie date given on tlie face ol
tho bonds is not to lie taken as the date
of Issue, I nt the fact as established bi
lbo record- "f the department m appll
Hon of tin l.iw. 1 1
Mrciiuvns n IIolel-Kpetier.
II ..iu ilio llrookljn .rj?m
Mr. Het. lur Is part owner of the Twin
.Mountain leiii-e. Last Tuesday while
waiulei lug about tlie premises, at a verv
early hour, he encountered one of id's
partners, and broke out hi this vein :
"What a glorious morning! A very
bridal ol tin-earth and sky. What soft-ne-s!
Wha: tranquility ! What true in
wardness ot nature I It makes tlie heart
led a throb of new life, and it lllls the
soul with mi ccstaey inellable. See how
tlie deliquescent sunshine trembles
through the tries. See how the hills lilt
up their misty crown- to heaven. And
I hero's that ugly pig-pen I think I'll,
have that covered with wilil l....y'icMi
"Wild J.me.e.siieMc vines." exclaimed
hi-Vwcieal ji.irtuT. "cover u pig-peu
lib wild honeysuckle vine ! You might
us well furnish feather beds lor the
Mr. Ileeelier was about to enforce his
peculiar view on the subject, when tlie
other Interrupted him :
"Now, see hoie, Ward, don't von in
teiiere in tin. management of things
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1 , ' " r-varts savs vou'rn
nothing but ai. 'ovegrown 'bovV and
'.., , "" 1 auapieci to tin
s.-.i ui mi'ii es.. it takes a smart man to
keen a hotel."
I he pastor shtved his right thumb In
the arm-hole ol Ins waist-coat, and pur
sued Ids walk ahue. 1
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hwih in 7 Hours,
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A t Meeker. A.J II..,.!..
E. L. HEDSTROM & Co.,
Miucrs & Shippers of
,...v.,. ( SiseneniHiri!, Itnn.ilo.
(LM.ii.,1, (j. nci:, ( or. Aitanu ,v ilarl.it 8t.
Also Aficntsfor Dlossburg Coul Co.
LAKE FOREST ACADEMY.
.1 Cnllcu'ii l'rcliui ali'r.v niiil Armli iuie
Ni liiiul tor II11.VH ami YiiuiiK .11
l'llll iiiiilniictl uilllll Colin of six (xneilrnrnl
IraeJieri I'nur uml" Krailnatct of Kusli rn col
li !.' llnaiil uml 'lulllon, IWi tier uiimhu
fall 'i'erin lit-ulim Sent 0. I nr wilulosiie anil
llil'oilirillimiiclilie. Iliu I'rliii'liinl
Al,lli;it'r It. HAlll.N, .1 .M , iJil.ermenl.in.
ltev. It W. I'A'I'IUIISOK, II, 11. , l'nliliiil.
Itee. AKillLlt.MI'lUlll.I.b, V. I'lea,
minim fin at
'turn ii t n v inn i kvhiat
IUI'j DAIIil Dl'IJDLIi,
rplll;iiUI.I.ini.N Is imlillhlinl cTcrj-morning
-'f A' ' . ' ,
(except .Momlny) hi tlie lliillitln litilMliij, cor-
ncr-WnshiURlon ncimc mill Tui lllli street
Tiik ItvLLKTUf Is terved tu city suWrlbm by
faltliful cjirrlcrsntTwcnty-l'lve L'tnts nWcik,
payable wivkly. Ily Mull, (In advance), .)Upor
milium) alx montlis, ti'i llncc inontln, $3 one
month, $1 2.1.
ru1illsisl mry Tliiusilny inornlnc at 4153
e: minimi, Inurlnbl)' in mliauce. '1 lie pentose
on tin- Wield y will he pupnliliit Ilils ollife, ro
that mitifcrlbrr-s ivlll obtain fur n nilncriitl.ni
rlc-c ir 1 ii year.
1 A I I. V.
Hindu's UiiiU, iierminuni,
One sniiHti', uno iiwrtlmi,
Une sijiurp, two uisrrttonl,
One eijiiare, om wk
One Ef)IMIV, tK'O WMks,.,
One Xjiiare, IliriT wiol..,,
One S'lurt-, duo nunilli, A o
W I! 1! K I. V .
One S'lii.n, nne lufrtlon, ..
Knell iibtPiiniit IiihtIIoii,....
jOiir I licit U 11 iKHWre
S3To nilar wlrert(er w-eutnrritiiriiirln
iliioemriils, both nl to rale nl ctiarRe uml man
lier of tlia.t in), tlielr rivuu.
Coinmunlratlonu upon subjects of Ken- 1
oral interest to tho public iiolioltcil.
J3"AII liu-ine-j IaIIit- -IiuiiI I lie n.Mii--m-I lo
I'll I in lliillcCii 'itiiiiiny.
Tho Pcoi'lo's Remedy.
Tho Universal Pain Ext actor.
Mote: A sic for Pond's Extract.
Tuko 110 oilier.
'llnir f.ir I will niienk nf cxnllpiit tiling
Iii.jitrlrs lo.Manm lien-la,
I aIN, IIlliiMn.
Strain-, s-jraiiu , Contu-
I'l-iiM 11 if-., t m, Ijirini-
lt i,r lnci.-iil U uiimli.
'lllc.-.u,.,,- i,ii,, or
f I illllii?i IIIibxI
V .Num. lUiiMl.nmt HW t-
'"''nw or 'Ix Hi
li 'iiillliifc-,,l lll.HMlnnl I
... '"''-' nUrlurKM
.lies - Hlcolini.. P,1,.,
Mm I Tiien, (Inlullil t. ,
ral.ia, Suvllcil l-ar;
1 tii'-Hellin-' i.r
sun lies'. if ,f, , 1 .
l.mnUiKo, Ijurie lla. k
,suri 'I'lirinii .r(jn.r-
, likllntiicl I n.-il-..
, IN. Aslliiun.
Sure or liil!anu-l
lore M..l s. Innainc!
l'aliilnl r t,,,, l'fofue
Illli I.i ir. (learlan lilt-
(U40 mill 'I tifiK.rsj
nr-nnr-rvw ,t',l,,'J' ''iii.liiliil.
REMEDY. "" l t,lri.irv.
I'llnUH anil i:xe,ria.
nonii or Inf.nm, or
,0" ,. , Ailulu
I ' ''l'l Inter-
w if..i,"al l'1'''. ""fun
iioiih, (.iirlniiielm, Tu-
IVt i JliXVW All orns ami Illinium, ctiat-
I..1 nr &.,.r..
,. . tile (.alii.
1 I'Ioii 01 Wliltlow, lt
I . il i.liiilm or I'nrln.
.llosii 11 1 1 11 Jllli-u. liuect
fetiiim, (.tiuiul Hands.
I,0:,'J.V,l: rI1 V " f'ir nilebj-Ml rirsl.
uLti'., ' "l''alH, llll'l IKTj.
'inly wlm Iiiih r n-nt It
I'uniplih'l contaliiliiK II, -lory ami re mall
iVriipKi""'"''1 lt't'n I, ,"Jt '"'"tntyour
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
4l l.r.-ls.,lly. 'V'" V"rl' ','"'1.
'.V i:viiisltrv ol I'uslilim. I'lciiHiiro
mil InilriK lliiii."
.... "OT,cl'S K TIIK I'llEhU.
'Ilio llazarls ei Itod with n null, , i.,,,,
of t iot nnil tnleiit tliutwi'fiiliiiDiiiiini 1,1,..,.-
Journai; unit tlio joiirual Ho;i K tlm mi n
01 me itnai worm 01 nuion. Ilostmi 'i'rav
'i'lic Ilazar commends it .oil toevcry mini
licroftlio Iimikolwilil in iiu. ..1. 11. it,... 1...
( roll and pretty pictures, to tlie youuir la
ilk") by IU la.'hloii.platts in eiidles vanity,
to tho prnvltleut illation liy tt pa'terns lor
Um clillilrcn'H chthis, to pnturlanillliH by
Its tiiijtuliil desl(,'iin for ciuliioldoruil fllppcrVi
ami liixurimm ilrii.liu. unum nm
reading iimttur oi tliu llnzar In uniformly ol
Brent .exctlloni'o. TI10 paper In,, aciiiifi ctl
11 wldo popularity for tlm HrcMdo cnioj ment
It ailoriU. N. V. nvcnJng Post.
llurper'H Ilazar, ono year.. ..91 00
Four dollar lliellliles ni-rtinvinenl nl II
S. postajru by tho publl-Iicrs.
buliHci-lptloti.'i to Harycr'f, .Mairaliio.
A ccKly, mid Ilazar. to 0110 wldrem lor 011
your, 10 00; or two of Jlnrpcr'n JVrlmli.
eals, to onu lulUrcwi for 0110 year, 87 00
An n.xtru copy or cither tho .M'iBzliie,
WccKlv. or Ilazar will no kiiin,lii.,i i.niiiu
for every club of llvu milMcrilmra at $1 00
elm1', " V.",0 'c'Jttatico ; or, hlx coplui fot
:p 00 without extra copy ; poitao Iree,
tlino " ",ul:" "u niippiieu ci any
'i'lio foven vollllnoKof ll'irpei'n Ilazar, lot
lllfi VHHI.J lir.e I'M 1.1 l.l .m. ' .
r.7,7.11.. r 1 1 "i 1-, i. n, eie
Kantly liouiul In i?rcen inoroeco elotli, wll!
ooBiini ny uxprcu, Ireltflit prepalil, lor
ill on encli.
HarAcwepapcrb aro not to copy till ud
v. .lauuilli ivilliuilt IIIU
cxiiresa oidcri, ol
AiliIrefMlAUrKU.t llftOTIIKKR, N. Y.
XIIJ. luosecute to the utmost eMuit of t lie
, !'l"',,ll! l;i'on or iiemoiia n iioinu mini.' my
i riule Jlark (Hour liranil) "l,oeli Kutrlnn" on
llonr inmiuluetiiieil liy other limn nirtelf.
,. . ,, , . il AM Kb r ACKNIJY,
J.111111I Illluoh, Aueint ICIIi, Wi
i PROMINENT ADVANTAGES
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
Great Durability with Handsomo Designs, and Giving PERFECT
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
012, Old, 01(1 mid 018 N. MAIN STKEET, ST. LOUIS MO
AND SOLD KXCLUSIVKIiY BY '
, C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
Of trpa D'jra
w 3 a.
l o o
The HOWE Machine
Will stand a tost of Strength of Ma
chinery that no other Machine will. Call
and soo and be convinced that this is
tho best now in the Market.
Tho Howo lachiiis Co.
Agency For Southorn IllinoiH.
P. T. BENNETT, Maangor.
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS Oi'
P A TENT T.TPfnTnTTVT'R.tJ Pn IT .T'T A TlTTfil.t'il
DRUGGIST3' FANCY GOODS, COfjLIEIl WHI'I'i LEAD,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW GLASS,
BRUSHES, SOAPS, COLORS, OILS,
TUBE COLORS, DJTi) STUFFS,
VARNISHES, ETC., ETC.
Wll Millrit corriiin'l'nre nnM onlera fr' n. Drniftd 1'Iiyntrlan nnl Cenfrnl Slon Inwnu
of i(,)(nii In our line .-li-.imUi.it, 1'Ui.ti.t.oii ..ml iuiuify Mullclno C'aKi) f.irnlslieil or 4
lltlwl with reliable HniK t reaionalile rate
VIIOLESALE Si RETAIL,
74 Ohio I-ovco.
1 111 11 mi ii.iiiiiniiiiiM 11 ,i i 111 r?- -1 "11' m
I,I,MI n '
SUSSCHZBB FOR THE
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
A,,i IN Pltll'E,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
o n 2
H 2- CO
ftETAIL i PBESCRIPTIOi"!
Wnnhlnatoo At., Cor. 8th St.