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Mia Matter r.ttrr Vngr.
IOMM X. OBXRI.Y, Editor.
It In niinotincciJ 111 tlio Cairo IhtlMin
that .lolin Oberly li.-u gone Jo Hie cent of
war In t'rAtiklin county. e nro not In
iornwl which liic .loliti means to light
ombut tw It will bo ngaliitl Ho one
w"ilchdoostho(calplnr. n he lia no
hair to Ioc Vadtieah Sexes.
Wc cannot Inform the Aic which pltlo
he fought on, but wenre afraid lie 1ms
been worsted, ilo has not yet returned,
and we arc In doubt whether liu has been
eaten by l"c Ku-Wnx or stabbed to
death by Mllo Krxvln's little lien.
Tlir. CHICAGO CVWTOJtMIOl'Ni:.
Secretary Itristow has annolnted Ocn.
Tames H. Wilson, civil engineer, of Xcv
York city ; Gcir. W. IT. Franklin, civil
engineer of Hartford, Conn. John Mc
Arthur, Jr., architect, of Philadelphia ;
Henry! Wltestone, architect, or Louis
ville, Ky,; Nathaniel K. Uradlee, archi
tect, of lloston; Andrew Kennedy,
builder, of St. Louis, and It. K. Dobbins,
builder, of Philadelphia, n board of com
missioners to investigate and
report upon the condition of the Chicago
Custom House. In the appointment ot
the new commissioner.', tho president se
lected the two engineers, Gens. Franklin
and Wilon; one architect, .McArtlnir, of J
Philadelphia, nnd one builder, Dobbin.,
of Philadelphia. Mr. lirlntow selected
the architect, Wltcstone, of Kentucky,
and the builder, Kennedy, ot St. Louis.
Bradlce, of lloston, an architect, was ap
pointed upon the recommendation ol
Vice President Wilson. The members
of the commission were all present nt a
preliminary meeting in Washington City
on Tuesday, when it was decided to hold
the first business meeting nt Chicago on
the 3d of September, at which time the
commission will enter' on its labors.
COL. MAKER'M PRIAOX LIFE.
The prison life of Col. Baker, the dis
tinguished tngllsn prisoner, Is not very
rigorous. Ite is kept separate from tho
other prisoners, nnd has two room. t He
Is allowed to wear his own clothing, to
buy his own food nnd to furnish ids
apartments with all that is reasonable, ne
cessary and not cxtravngnnt, and to have.
Wine, not exceeding one pint per day, .
his own cost, lie Is not made to cnga;
in any laoor, anu ills rooms are
Kept in oruer for liim by nn
ofllccr of the prison. He may have any
"unobjectionable books or newspapers'
he desires, writes and receives letters
nnd receives his friends in his apartment
nt any time between the hours of 0 a.m.
and 6 p.m. Wc have had a great deal of
journalistic praise in American newspa
pers or the "stern course of English jus
tice" in the case of Col. Haker, and In no
case has a comparison of the dillerent re
sults of the Heeeher trial in America and
complaisant reflections on tho healthy
moral tone tviilcli It showed prevailed In
society. Hut alter all, It appears (hu
friend of the Prince of Wales is lo suffer
imprisonment divested of all Its igno
minious features. Except in one single
feature, he is not a prisoner. UN rank
has given him privileges which a man of
the lower orders in England, convicted of
the same offense, would never be permit
ted to enjoy. Gentle blood has its advan
tages, and tho case, of Col. Haker, bliows
that justice in England, whero , r
fender belong to the higher orders, Is
nothalf so stem as It Is reputed to be.
The "legal lady" of Chicago, who has
epcui mucu time in uie ueucviuw asy
lum with Mrs. Abraham Lincoln, Is Mrs
Myra HradwcU. This lady and her bus
band, Judge Hradwell, and another
"prominent citizen of Chicago," name
not known, express tLc opinion publicly
that Mrs. Lincoln Is entirely tane, and
has always been so. They consider her
confinement in an asylum nn
necessary nnd do not question
ner uullity to tuk care of her
self and her effects. The publication of
tuesc opinions upon the saultv of Mrs
Lincoln Is calculated to inaugurate a dis
cussion which uiujt necessarily be very
distasteful to the family and friends of
tnat unfortuiiatc lady.
T tlin .,..1 ....1.11 1
vf my (,uaim luiuiit: who never came
m contact wltli Mrs. Lincoln, her reim
tou couduet, blnco tho death of her luu
band particularly, gave the Impression
mas ucr mum was more or les
auecrcu. une jury lo whom her
case was submitted In Chicago was com
posed of fome of the best and abieet men
Of tue city, who could not posWMy hat e
been influenced; in their decision by any
but purely disinterested motives. Her
eon, Mr. Uobcrt Lincoln, is u young man
who has borne himself with noticeable
modesty and discretion In all tho varied
and too often harrowing instances which
have brought his family so prominently
Before the public. That they, tho Jury,
and he, the son, should 1iave conspired
to place Mrs. Lincoln in n state of con
finement in a lunatic asylum, when
tho facts did not warrant
tho proceeding, I? not to be be
lieved. It is but Justice to tho one and
charity to the other to believe that the
over-zealous kindness of the people who
have lately been in communication with
Mrs. Lincoln have blinded them to the
ThlTAWA W THB WAB 'ATM.
h.n2l40f,he town of Ottawa, Iii
.n located alZu?
cluslon.amongtheOitawal ' lhb 00n"
M being uifllchmt to llx VSu
log said "we want it? f,L U,l,v
child crying for tho ' ih
Wlthtkt OttolTjujln cVinmerclal nhmn.
thev were apart, nnd the " magnificent
offer of grounds" for flic asylum, made
,v the leading rltln-n ofOllawn, did not
liiilucnec the commNsloncra lo give to
Ottawa tho preference In fho matter Of
thclnstllutc. Hence, Indignation relgneth
nt that pluee. Us Influential men have
consulted the best legal talent hi the Stale
as to liether tho courts could restrain the
eomml'floners'lrom locating tho nyhini
nt Lincoln, nnd to the chagrin of the Ot
tawa?, the opinion of thu lawyers Is
unanimous that the courts can do noth
ing. At an liidlguatlou meeting held hi
Ottawa on the 21th Inst., It was agreed
"that the Uovorjinr, whom tho Leg-
Mature under lhe!statuto Intrusted with
selecting the conimiioners, can prevent
any expenditure beyond the 510,000 ap
propriated for flic purchase of the site
and farm until the next meeting of the
Legislature. The law provides that the
place for cou-tructlng the buildings must
be continued by the Governor, so that if
lie should withhold Ills continuation fur
ther progress would ho Impossible. If,
under the circumstances, tho Governor
permits the construction of tho buildings
at Lincoln, lie, mid not the commission
ers, (Itould bo held responsible, as It
would then appear that, although he was
Invested with power to avert the conse
tiuent calamities to the State, he refined
to do his duty." The citizens
of Ottawa .should restrain themselves,
and should explain to the uninitiated on
what grounds Ottawa has a pre-cmp-
tiou right to the feeble-minded asylum.
Thev should remember also that the Gov
ernor is wrestling with the Williamson
county vendetta and the Franklin county
Ku-klux, and to ask him to call oil' his
mind from these weighty matters to in
terfere in the feeble-mlnded-instltnle af
fair, shows very little consideration for
good Gov. Heveridge.
. WOltlt Olt tWO WITH SIR. MII.O
EIIH I Si
Mr. Mllo Erwin, editor of the Mnrlou
Monitor, occuplus two columns or the St
.ouls GlohcDcmocral or ednesday hi
giving a statement or the "true condition
or affairs In Mlliamson county with
the public sentiment there." Hut in
aii-uu ui L'uiniiiiii; iiiuinvii i m? piiirjuui,
Mr. Erwin engnges in n labored attempt
. , r ,,..t..,d l.t.. ,.1. . .,.!....
to move tliat tt illlamson county is a
ipiiri, peaei-niue .inn m-uiiuii,
t. . i.i.. l.t.n....
whose foibles liavc been multiplied Into
crimes, ami crimes Into battles,"
and whose reputation for lawlessness Is
not the result of the outrages practiced
there, hut "on account or the storm of
odium heaped on our county by a lew
reckless editors. ' "Among the editors
who have libeled Williamson county,"
writes .nr. j-.rwm, "nonu nave taken a
livelier interest In giving it nu infamous
name than John II. Oberly ol the Cairo
Hi'i.i.r.Ti.v and H. 1 Hrowu or tho Ma
rlon Advocate," mA thereupon Mr. Erwin
devotes two columns or solid matter to
abuse or Mr. Oberly.
Why Mr. Erwin should single out Mr.
Oberly as being a denouncer of thoatrnc"
itles perpetrated in Williamson county,
list of 'IrceUlesr-t:t-litors""'nVo ciWor ot
the St. LouN Globe-Demoerat, itself,
tvnicii lias indugeil In iinsjiarJng denun
ciation of the Williamson coiinlt-
outrages, lias haiv-iily critieled
Governor Heveridge for hi,
Ills Inaction, and boldly advised tho Peo
ple ol Williamson to take the law into
their own hands, form vigilance commit
tees and with the aid of Judge. Lynch,
teach the outlaws a lesson that they would
remember, bo pcrslsteul bus thu Oto&e
DemocrulliuuiiVn itt ouro Out the cd
nor lias ueeu tnrcateneil, in nnnnymoiis
letters written from law-abiding William
pu county, with violence to himself iNt
did not cease. The following is u sample
of one of the letters received by the Globe-
Democrat and published in its columns
CAiiTr.u-sVii.Li:, h.i,., August 15, 1S75.
I-DiTL'n ol Globe-Democrat :
Yore pttttin In so many things giust u
mat wo intend to nev yore skaln and
sum yore danul hirellnirs at Carbondalu.
iour thritning us with vigilant commit-
ices, i lie peopio uarsent do it tlieyd git
mare uouy mil ol snot and fliurs.
We will ketch some of you some night
aim Kin you anu you wont no It. You
stop that thero work of yores and take
nu oaeK or eisc we win put you on our
Wo hev found out the man what wrote
that danul lie in your paper lonir ,i"o.
we hev spotted hint. Lookout for death
ncu ami tne grave.
O.s-i: or i in: liovs.
All of us N going to do what wc sav.
If you git llevrldge to send his hire
lings down nere wo will semi you and
them to hell. Wo beam vou set 8 Sept.
to hev all the devils to meet nt Carbon
dale and Marion to go for us. Let em
-.. i, t , . . .
.ui. r.nMii iiiiik turn Mioiiid nave lu-
eluded In his list of "reckless editors"
the editor of the Chicago Tribune who
has not been economical of space in com
menting on the events which have made.
Williamson" coiinly notorious nor "-L-iirli!
In his censure of Gov. Heveridge for his
stipluo nctiulcsccucu In the disgraceful
condition of alfalrs there. The Tribune I
editor sent a special correspondent lo Wil
liamson, and hi addition to dally denim-
clatory editorials, devoted lour columns
of the paper to a detailed history of the
assassinations and lesser outrages.
And Mr. Irwin might have included in
his list of " reckless editors " nearly
every editor in the State and a countless
number out of it, w ho class "the William
son county outrages " as among the Im
portant news of the day, and few of whom
fall to stigmatize these crimes andlheir
perpetrators as n disgrace and u stain to
this whole section of country.
Mr. Oberly is willing to bo chisscl
among the editors who have drawn at
tention to the outrages hi Williamson
county nnd who have icked ami ,1...
nmnded their suppression. lie has done
tills, not alone in the Interest of law and
order, and for tho sake of the good name
and tho material welfare of the whole of
Southern Illinois, both of which have mf.
fered largely from tho continuance of the
troubles, but also for the peace und pros-
pcr.ty ot the law-abiding aud Intelligent
liutPrpIu of wlllIaraso" ooy Itself, ninny
I wUom Obciiy Ims mot tinder clr-
,,w.0 n m0" IlMnt nnd
Thk Paducah Herald doubts the hon
esty ol Hrlstow. "HU membership of
that elo-ic corporation of public plunder
era nnd bond-holding harpies," says tho
Herald, "Is suspicion," " Hrlstow
wishes to retain tin respect of the Herald
and nn unstained reputation, he will have
to cut loose from the administration mid,
otllelally, shake fho dust of Wi siunclon
from his feet. Hut he won't. A dozen
Paducah lltrald could not Induce him
Mit. Sahtom and Mrs. Sartoris und
tho baby that is, the Presidential son-in-law,
daughter and grandchild, leave
America to-morrow in Ihc steamer Haltlc
for JKurope. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sarto
ris will occupy the same ele
gant hUtte-raoni which wus appropri
ated to their use on their wedding tour,
To-day n farewell dinner at the Presi
dent's cottugo at Long Hranch will be
Ltlveit to tin-, departing voyager
Tttu State teachers' Institute of Illinois
closed Us annual session, held this year
at Dixon, yesterday. The attendance was
large and embraced many teachers from
thu northwestern States. Dr. Hlchard
L'dwards, President of thu Illinois State
University, made the opening address :
subject, " The status of the I- reo School.
'Citic.tuo Is not the only city that Is to
be favored with u fast mail train. At
Toledo, a branch will bo furni-hed for St,
Louis, via of Indianapolis: nt Cleveland,
for Cincinnati; at Chicago lor Omaha,
and lor Wisconsin points over the Chi
cago and Northwestern road.
'1 nr. third annual tnte convention of
tlie Young Men's Christian Associations
will be held hi Jacksonville, October "Hi,
Sth, Dili ami lUth, commencing Thursday
evening. Messrs. Moody and Sankey,
the great American Kvangelists, have
been Invited to be present.
Ir N some convolution to Southern 1111-
noWaus to know that Indiana has Its out
rages too. The outrage reported from
Crawford county in thatStiito equals any
thing that lias occurred hi Egypt.
Tin: latest news trom ! ranklln is un
interesting, and consists mainly of a re
hash of tho events of last week.
A Ht'i.i'iiL'u vein lias been struck in reo-
riu at the depth of eight hundred and
Tun trial of Cortina, the Mexican ban
dit, 1 announced to take place without
I'roHet-ulioii by tin t'nlloil
Nlitles lllotrirl Atlorury
,Si'itiNini:i,i), Ills., Aug,2.. rrom tlie
assistant U.S. attorney liere the lollowin,
Information Is had to-night:
The district attorney. Mr. Van Dor?
ton, went on Monday to Carboiiilalo for
the Diirnose of holding temporary exain-
i.....f.... : u i..;... inf.. .-iij.in,.
lllllliuil.-, Ul llic UIUIIVI 11 lllllivw irniu.
before the 1'. S. eomniNsIoners there, but
tlie citizens declined or refused lo their
iimv .'..i.rf.f i,:: ir,;,,.ir,..l1";ns,W).w;ii:.t I:
or marked for lutiirc vengeance.
lie then went lu Ccntralia and iiroj)ncd
to hold proceeding there, but Mr. Cos
!ec, tlie r. ti. commissioner, refused to
have aiii thing to do with tlie proceed
ings, i-'or what reason Is not stated.
-Mr. Van Dorston then telcgranhcd
thee facts hero to his alstant," asking
him to reiue-t .Judge Treat to appoint au-
ntlifir f-ntniii1(ilfinnr. Tlio .llliliri, i-i-flliell
to appoint another commissioner for the
reason that ho did not believe the
United Stntc-a .w vi.uct to micu can-s.
iio k reported to have said the hu- lux
law applied only to such cases in which
an attempt was made or conspiracy ex
isted to deprive citizens of tlie fights
spccclally guaranteed by tho amend
ments to the constitution. This reply
being telegraphed to Mr. Van L)orton.
lie sent to Tamaroa lor Mr. Costee. l.'nited
Slates commissioner, to Centralia. and
the examination lias been pending be
fore him at that place to-day.
AN INDIANA OUTRAGE.
A Mm ii Wliliril uml llurrll,!- Mull
l: Aliia.nv, Intl., Aiil'. !!.. Tho
Ledger-htandard tills cvlmiIii gives the
particulars oi u (Iatiii(lly ontr.ijfo pcrpe-tnitt-d
in Crawford county In this Statu
on biimhiy ullit lust: A man named
lloujjliton who wlili Koniu other men
about one year njro visited tho hoii'-e of u
man named Saltpivcr ami lynched hlui,
luadu up his mind to turn stales evidence
and Inform on ills comrades, ilo visited
tlie town of Leavenworth and tfavonu at
torney all the tacts mid tho names ol tlio.-o
eii''a;ed in tho outrao on Jjaltiver.
This came to tho cars ot ills old compan
ions and they orjfaiiicd a hand of about
twenty-llve, who visited ids house on
Sunday nllit dJruUed, and forced
open the door of Ids felcepiii'f-rooui.
lloiiL'toii resisted their attacks and
knocked two of Ids assailants down.
They dually overpowered lilm lu the
presence of his wile, administered to him
lllly or Mxtv laches with hickory wvtlies.
laccralliiL' Ills body, In a most sliockhijr
manlier. In addition thc-n scoun
drels wounded and lacerated
his sexual oran in a hor
rible manner. Alter tlie.so tho Kn-klnx
left, l'liysiclans were called, and they
found lloii'diton in a terribly exhausted
condition, his bed saturated wltli blood
and hiillcrinjr intensely, lloujrliton, fear
ing further outrage, had himself removed
to tlio county jail on Monday night and
iockcii up uy tno sneiiii. ilo recogul.ed
f-even or eluht of ids tissailauts uml Un
given tlielr names to tlio authorities.
There Is ti good deal of feeling in Craw
ford county In regard to the affair, and It
Is piobablu that some of the parties will
bo nrmded and punished unless they
leave that section.
I'iliiuiiHlil fool inir.
raslilon, sighing for novelty, concen
tralcs her energies nnd love lor cxtava
ganco now on btocklngs aud garters,
.Stockings aro certainly exquisite in line
ness and beauty of design. In Lislo thread
tliey um as lllniy and delicate us a cobweb
In lace and silk clock-work-woi k. Hut ellk
utocklngs just now command more atten
tion; they come lu Mich tints us pale
cream-color, varying to shades of lemon,
orange, scarlet, and bull', again in blue,
pink, purple, mauve, and sea-green. Tlio
designs embroidered upon them as conies
of nature arc really works ot art. The
liisteiiofpno fetylo is worked with twin
red cherries, and round tho log a spiral of
nalo cherry blossoms Is exquisitely em
broidered ; another Is dotted wltli moss
rose-buds lu garlands; black currants
wltli tiny twigs, strawberries, and red
currants all i)nd place in their natural
colors upon these stockings, for which an
euonuous price Is asked, and, m great Is
the competition, readily given. In the
days of James I, garters were broad, with
gold fringes mid point lace ends, nnd
tlicMjnrc now faMilonablo. Garters are
very elaborate In ornamentation, nnd
range in price rrom .,to.iunpair. Homo
of the mot eloaant stockings have the
top trlnitrtpd'wftli point lnce or Valencl-
en lies ru files : between these Is clasped
tho sartor. Garter-buckles are made of
gold or oxydlzcd gilt and silver set with
precious stones, sometimes in monogram
or inniai ; anu m tho way oi souvenirs
and betting gifts a pair of beautiful gar
ters is purchased with uie same consid
eration that Is expended upon n pair of
bracelets. Manvoftbe most delicate in
stvlcnro of white gro- Rrain, trimmed
with large rosettes ami point nntifpie;
others are ornamented with line rosettes
of lajcennd orange blooni : garter-buckles
can be purchased hi palrsand attached
to a variety oi garters at picaurc.
Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Fuducah. Sbawneotown, Evans-
vino, XiouiBrilie, uinoinnaii
nnd all way landings.
Ttic unrUnlled side-wheel steamer
1) (J. I'ott'LKK Master.
Kl. It. Thomas .. Clerk.
Wlltlcntc K Vauit llllefor Culrocvery MONDAY
nnilTIIITII.sDAV lit ( o'clock I). III.
Leave Cairo cury 'J f I'.iltX Y und KltlDAV.nt
0 o'clock l in
Tlie elegit side-wheel stcalm r
llr.y llow.Miti... Mastir.
Waltkii II. rr.f-NiNiiioN t-ieri..
Will leave Kviuvtillr for Cairo every TUES-
DAY uml Htll'Ai in 4 (i-clork p. m .
Will leat-( alro'W-ry tt KD.NKSUA i und SAT
UltHAY.it ilocioi-K ji. hi,
Tlie ek-pnt Mde-wliccI steaiiie r
.lonx Coi r Master
Mat. William (.lens.
Ia-.h'. Kvaimv.lk- fur Culrocvery WKDNKS-
DAVniiilSAU KAi't uioi. ill
Lentcs Cairo etcry lliUltSDAVnuil SL'Xt)Ai
ut Hp n
Kncli lmnt i:uV', close i-onnectloim ut Cairo
tvltli llrtt-cliisi- ftramer", for l.oiilii, Mem-
iiIiUuikI Ncif OrliMti, uml nt lit uiuvilli- Willi
(lie K. AC. ll.lt Mr nil points Nortliuml Kat,
unit Willi tliu lAimwllc Mull ftteunter lurall
points oil the fptr Olilo, jslvlnfT tlirniisli rc
telpts on livljthb hiiiI piu.-iiitrj to ull polnta
ror iiirinrr mi -rni uuMi ujmi) m
SOI. MI.VI'K, l'uut-nKt-r Agiut.
.1 .M l'llII.I.U'.'i, jF
Orlo ( -I (iKAMMI'i:,
Snperintenilent suiiUleneml FrvlBlit Acent,
l.u;;.'jii.iy. KtnustilU- Iniliuim.
A PLEASANT HOME
The resilience an-1 croiimU In Joneliuro,
lormerly known m inn
a. , , .. . ...,., r. -i,. . ft,0-
cim .tM. i.0nN r-i"i. n"' ""p U'iI';
iiominc .ierortt1Bt c it. i.. at Ann. . it;
iHirliru. iioreji. rellar. hiiiI l'nint uml utile en
ir-iiice A porxl cixtcrn. well burn ami woxl-lioii-i-romenlently
Threo and Ono-Half Aorcs of Ex-
Onu-tlilnl ilmibl,ery. fnilt.iiinl ornniiienlnl
tretB, l-rrli-K, Ac, uml (lie reinnlnilcr now In
Kr,nniniover..weiinu:iineuio kltelien nr
AenliiK or berry culture.
Cfriie owner ie-Ules el-ewlieic ami w HI fell
in low iiKure-.
Inquiiv on irenile or inlilre-iH
S.-M-. A. .1. l'il'KI.V, .loneBlxjro, 111
l. I., lleilstioin. A. (. Meeker. A.J.Hoole
E. L. HEDSTROM & Co.,
Miners & Shippers of
( -2-1 Hem-cu street. HlllTiilo.
(ic.NCtui. Ul rati, Cor. Ailauit ,V .Murket ftt
Also Agents for Blossburg Coal Co
LAGER BE EH!
Tlie tinderiiUiieil lias tli ,le;iMite of annonuc-
. iwHiiKinuiviira unuiiic siirrouniln
.vim,. j mat nu wan i-oitiuH,llvU U
lor the f ulo ofJosejili Sdumliler's celebrated
ST. LOUIS LAGER BEER,
uml on Miorlet notlie l.er will be dclivmd
luniuuii ri-uny ir mil
Di-M,t under l'luuti-iii
WII.I, inoti-ctile to the inmost extent oftlic
I law the (en.on or nrwins w In, niu inliip my
rude jmik (llntn-liniM.i.i, i.'utKi..t i . ,
nuur iiinuumeiiuvii ny ulhero tlmn myself.
, ,,,, , j (Jii;s r.ui,Mii
(.arml, Illinois, Aiu-ust mm, UTS
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Pnpor, Window Glass, Win
dow shades, tto.
Mwajra on hanj, tliu celebrated IllimiluiitliiB
Corner Eleventh Street and WnliinR.
Centrally Lotatri, Elegaitly FarftisW,
The Commercial Hotel of tht Olty. '
II 1 lIff A V
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W K K
One squair, one Insertion H
Kitch i,iiliMfiient lnerllon .Vl
13-One Incli It u upline
S3To regular ml terll.ir trenlTtriiiiierlorhi-
Juctinents, Imtli M lo mtr ol elmrRfS nn-l man
ner of ilUpl.iyliiK their f.itors.
Communication upon subjocta of kcu-
oral Interest to tbo public solicited.
ErAllIIiliim-. Utters thouM le ail Jiuteil to
Cnlrit lliilli-lln Coniimiiy.
Tho Pcoilc'fl Remedy.
Tho Universal Pain Ext actor.
Aalc for Pond'
Take no otn
"Ilinr.- for 1 will jueuk of exnlleut tlilns
I lulls, ItrulMii.
ttttmlu, Sinilns, Coutii-
l'rin-lur-. Ci'K, Ijirern-
Uil or Inclnil Wounds
I tic Illiiir,lliirns,calil9,
lllroilluir I.iiiiss, or
... !", iininiiiiiie l
H1I...1 ii,.. ,i..r...i. . .
I.. ."''"" ""'i( rare
tie l,ellin O. nrrn..a.
j.-iiMiiics-t or oreinss,
-. ...,,i., iunr IJUCk
htir riiriiiu oruinnsy
' in, .iHiiiimi.
.Hiri- or Inll.inic.1
, Diarrhea, Dysentery.
rc .1.1, n, Inilaiiicd
,. . llreast t
.I'liinliil or too Profuse
Milk l.vs, oailan 1)1,.
CllM ntlll 'I'llliii.rj
REMEDY ...,r"vel '""l Stra:.Biirv.
I H"'1 " IH'ant. or
"' ' . Ailulu.
u....... Vlr,'',"M' Vl'lllH. l.).
EXTERNAL .,,:ir',',1 w Veins
un i kiniNk ui,.,.r, old .vm-, Inter-
A.sti I.. ,."al Uluratlons.
mors ,('"b"l":1."', T"-
til or .Sore fiet.
TTOTi I ''aUi'KM.liarness or Sad
UOii. I . dl tJuIl.
(I Hon orWlililow, Froit-
til l-linln oi- I'm i,
.MoniIIo lli(,.N. Insect
SUhks, Cliappeil ilauils.
1'OXH'N i:TllACT Is for i.ale byall I'lml.
"n'KBi'i'i ami ri-commeaueil liy
nil nrujrxUts, l'liysleiaus, uml -t-rj'
body who hit rver u-eo. it.
I'iiniilili-t containing History and IJes mall
eil tree on ajiiillcutlou, If not found at jour
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
413.5-I3.dly. " Vr" I-0,U,"-
10 Hours Saved !
Cairo to immh in 7
in 7 nour?,
Loavo Cairo, . . . -Arrive
4:00 a, m.
I'assenirers for Ktunsvlll,. Ivnilii r Ci.lr.. . c.
Cairo A: Vliit-Piine llallroadat In. In.,
make eloc eonneetion-i nt Lurml, aud reach
Kvansvllle at II o'rlnck the rarae morning.
I 1IOI IIN MtO.i:it IllBll 1,1- n1-ll,7r
route. M. It. i . ii 1 1 1 it kIii
JAS. MAI.I.OUY, (ien. J'nHinger Act.
i-asieuRer akvih, unro,
I hereby kIvcii that detuult lwiiiiff Uen made
X for more than sixty days In the luiyment of
n portion of the amount f-eouu-d to be paid by a
'I'fly.l'i inwrlicaeei-xi-ciiti-il by .lames .M. 1'evcrly
to IJilllaiiiC. Welmoie iiml fiulerlck 'lown
tend, ailiu ii fitmtnrii. Ar. m'l-iiiiii t.. i
deceased, ilHleil July 1th, Ifll.nml recorded ui
tlie recorder's utile- In uml fi.r M,.v.,.,.i . .,,.
ly. in i the ftUte of Illinois, in book L, on paw
mi . Ac... unit in tlii-nnir.i ni tin. r.i-,UM ..r..H.
.i me 'iii in viiii-o, in sain county anil Mate, n
book 1. ol AhA, oiiiiafrt- ivtn. Ac. V,-, i,e mi-
I ,i.-l. V . . . .--ft.-iv, wi uml.
usees, nni on bulunlsv,
temlu.1 iivt , I, i.ti
at 10 o'clock In Hie foit-uoon of that day, under
and by virtue of the, power of alc contained In
Mid uiortmw, fell, at publlo union, to Hit.
hlt!het bidder, for cash, at tbc onlcc IiuIIiIIiil' of
the trustees of the Cairo City I'reiwrtyat Hie cor
ner or Mashlwcton uveuue and Klxhtecnlli stitet,
111 salll CltV Of Cairo. Ill Alexaniivr rminli-.J
of ald James M. Ilevetly.or Ills u.slirns. In
nutiu oi iiiinuis. uii me riLriir. iiii mw ini..r..i
and to lots numbcreil 13 (Uilitctn) audi! four
teen.) In bloek nunilM-nl --i tiri,i.....i..n, i..
... ui yuiiu, ivtuiAjiiK lu me recorucu n at
,.v.i v., n nil
uiiMuiiiuiii.rn, io tauiir uie
purpose ami condition or salil .MorlifaKe
Hated, Cairo, Illinois, August letb, 187J.
WILMAM 0. VK1I011K,
KltKIIEItlCIC TOH XbEXl).
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR
am t ,
t 'in.' , t
Great Durability with Handsomo Designs, and Giving PERFECT
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
012, om, oio ana ois n. main btheet, ST. LOUIS, mo.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
The HOWE Machine
Will stand a tost
o . oUtnnxu that nn nthnr
J UIIUIWI J I ' . ... ......
and soe and be convinced that this is
the best now in tho Market.
Tlao Howo Machine Co.
AKCncy For J3outUcrn IllinoiB.
L D. F. BENNETT, MannROr.
rH o e
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OT
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOfin.l
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL,
Ty-K follclt cpnespondeucennd oplers from DniivhU, 1'liysleLns and General Stores in wan
-.. of L'oiMlslnourllne hteainboat. l'lainuiion nml Sn,n(v ii,.ii,i..,w " ,r..ln 'n.
lined wltli reliable lirujra at rrxsoimble rubs.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
74 Ohio Levee. '
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
AKE ECONOMV 1NPJUCE,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
1 t ro
of Strength of Ma-
Mnnhinn will. Call
UOLLIER WHITE LEAD.
WINDOW GLASS, '
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RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION
vanninirtor A v., Cor. Sth St.
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