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J MIX OBUtLT. Kdttor.
l.M. ltucore nmi .1. M. Rainfall, of
Aritin, Iirvc entered lato a law cr
partnership. Bout on f ayo : They are
both well read, ciitrrctic ntn. nml will
act a ol prnctlce."
ftf.ATM or TMR rr.5fJSdVI.VANM
IVllllntn II. Brown, tho Urgeit. coal
ikftlrr In rennijflvnnln, died in Pliilmiel
pliln.on the 19th Inst., of parly.l. lt
wanclonoly identified With trmiiiifiinturlnjr
IntereM., ami vn Well known In nil
Mir. ukxehai. AsTiii::oi.ost-.L.
Oeitttol .foe Hhclby nnd Colonel l'ratik
tJicko.v, while enjoying n fi-w flowing
bowli, in Scd.-illn, Mo., lwil n iiiininiU -r-Uudlnsrf
when the gem-rul tired n lmrin
Imi shot at the colonel. Humor has it
that thegtncr-.il tnick tho colonel on tho
hed with hit weapon, buHldps biirniiij
the powder. General .toe occasionally
ooropn to the front with n big phtcl.
Tlio XfvptlaH Vc. published in .Ma
rlon, say it can't imagine (vh.it good the
OMfrpetiycrat hax dono In the William
,4oti cotinty trouble?, unless It estimated
iti sensational report as something In that
lino. ..It,wltli the Cairo Dulluti.v and
i.orrepondcnts called upon lluveridjjo to
.usehh power to stop tho brutal mtinitr
In Wllllamaon county, nnd published,
ol. tho vendetta, that ctiirtleil the whole
State. In thoio days neither the Egypt
ian Prcti, nor tho .Marlon Monitor were
I'cry bold In their talk of the .was
Jns and pat revelation ? went to show
it wjM-notWp for any person to say any
tWnjr htsh about those fellow?;; besides,
Wahburn lived within a stone's
WOW of. tho hpuice of noino of
the noted men who ivcre en
gaged In tho Moody nine of clies-i.
Already the pcoplo up in Williamson
aretaklrijr the credit on themselves of
uoring thj powerful lever of the law
and putting it to practical use, when it
w.13 such paper lis tlic Olobel)eoerat
and Cairo Bcmxtin that caused the pop
ular mind to turn its attention to
the, dreadful scene then golii on
ill VMllfatuson eounty, with
powerless official, :iml a snubbed law
looking quietly on, aud fearing tho con
equence of an Interference in the work
of murder aud outrage. In fact the
IIi'llktin van no persistent iti its effort
at aroualnjr the sleeping law a.djit. oil!
eU! that it drew from tho
prolltlc pen of MHo Krwiti, a
citizen of the town of Marion, a two col
umn article, in which we were accused ol
...bit!.. f ,1 .....
"minx niccnuiary articles wutcu nau u
tendency to give to Williamson county a
uame tor murder and violation of law it
was not entitled to. And he ptiMIhed
it in the Glohe-Demoarat.
"Tl'K I.S w'aru.i:n."
I!cv. John W. Henner, sr., has, been
undergoing trial betore tho Tennesfeo
Methodint Kpiscopal Conference, at Fay
cttorille, charged with an attempt to cor
rupt the virtue of a young lady, ot good
family, named .Vis Xaylor. He was
found guilty of tho charge and sus-IK-mlud
from olllce, and from tlir. Curl-
tian ministry, ior ono year. Ue wns one
of the oldest nnd most popular of South
em minister?, and a man of great orator
ical powers aud eloquence. But he could
not resist (he spirit ot "true Inwardness,"
and hung himself on the ragged edjto of
dlspalr. The telegraph tells u that
his tceliugs wens lacerated to
such nn extent as to prevent his hearing
the verdict. Jlenner is said to have ac
knowledged "Indiscretion," nnd warned
younger ministers of the temptation to
which they are exposed. Tills man's sin
was not great in act, because the young
woman he attempted to ruin reMsted his
machination.'. Finally an indiscreet let
ter from the leehereous minister of God
(one of the most eloquent, nnd learned,
und oldest iv inlsters, etc.. etc.), a letter
indicative of a hungry appetite
to indulge in Mn, fell" into tho
bauds ot MUs Xaylor's brother, und his
ethical reasoning, joined to the factof the
relationship exiting between the young
lady and himself, caused him to contem
plate the feat of mashing tho old vllllan
into a jelly ; and If he had not been rc
drained, no trial would have taken place,
except the one that oil hypocritical
whangdoodles constantly prate about
the trial before thu throne of God. Wearc
taught everv day that bin does not alway
lurk where xln is advertised, but that It is
frequently cloaked under tho
iarb of religion and morality,
.These disputing revolutions are doing
much to causo eople to look with sui.pl.
clou upon that which uhouht be treated
with respect and reverence. Tho Justice
meted out to these uiluUters who violate
tho sanctity of peaceful homes, or even
attempt it, should be a long and labori
ous 'term In an Institution called a peni
tentiary. In ono year Henner will bo
back again in tho pulpit pointing the
nearest routo to the celeMl.il legions
through the eloquence of a tongue that
attempted to drag down Into the slums
of prostitution a pious and rellned young
Hc cixoruii a wis Ri.1u v
MeCullougii, tho California tragedian,
und manager of tho California theater,
rerutea tls trticiQ. i i'i.i.,- n,,.
called 'A UttUtoulan Kevel," which re
latcdhow. ononeoceailon, in Virginia
CJtjr, lUlston enjja,,i the theater In that
fcnri!?. Performance of
ho Oladlator," with McCullougl, as
lm,r,?,Mt0,VBIy,:od1' ho chow to
vUltthehouso; und that alter the enter.
tAinment a lavish wlno party and general
rnvol wound up the affair. McCulloueh
that Ralston never was In Virginia
CUr.ASdthat he, hlmselt, never played
tho OlAdlator" In that plac during
lite. He'Mvti "l Bk f(r the pnbll-
cation of thc?o tacts ns n dimple matter of i
correction, and to litrtly vindicate the
memory nl n duait Irlend who was al-.
.ways thoughtful of my welfare nnd; ever
pencrottsto mo." Iti connection with
this matter, he tierted that he did not
belli vo any man ever av UaNton take
a dtlnk, nnd thnt It wax a
jrrent mlitako to uppose that Itnltton
would help ever)' one who aked him; and
that nu Idle man he would havn nothing
to do with, nnd n drunken man he ab-
liorred. He said: "llalstou would uorcr
help idle men, would haro nothing what
ever to do with blackguard. Their
is no doubt in my mind that the action of
the directors broke tils heart, and that he
felt most keenly their exclusion of him
Irom tho back parlor when the general
conference upon the ail'alr.s of the haul;
was had. lie himself had Hindu the for
tunes of most of these men, anil when
they instated upon his resignation It
.ectned to him tho climax of Ids misfor
tune. Mill nnd all the rest of (hem are
sorry for It now, and they will lie for
many n day. Whatever the tniilu of that
man were, one thing was certain, that ho
had done so much for the tato aud the
city, nnd his personal hold upon the
tieurU of the people of thai community
was so complete nnd Indeed' extraordi
nary, that every man and woman in that
city felt it was a black day lor the city ot
JSan Fraiicl"oo when the fatal catastrophe
occurred that ended Ills career." 31c-
Culloiigh denied that Hal-ton'.s style of
living as princely, and that believer
owned n horai worth SoOO. All his car
riages, wagon., mid burner, were plain
and substantial made lor servlco and
not for show, but that lie was truly hos
pitable to all whom he entertained.
I'OiHOXt r.l I E UIVrUNIIIK
We have vecelved a lengthy letter In
reference to the Friar's Point troubles,
which we will publish to-morrow morn
ing. It Is from an educated and promi
nent gentleman of Coahoma county and
can be relied upon In every particular,
Brown, the sheriff of Coahoma, is a fugi-
tlve. aud his adherents are now applying
the torch. Colonel Stovall's steam gin
house was hurtled by iueendiarlej, re
cently, and on the night ot the 10th ln?r.
his .itabb; and thirteen mule were
burned, and an attempt was also mado to
burn his house. The good citizens, both
white aud black, becoming- alarmed at
theso treacherous acts, have Issued a circu
lar charging Brown with having sought to
arouse the colored people to lawless acts
by declaring to them In his harangues
tliat wiule the gIn-houcs arc the prop
crty ol the whites, the torch Is tho
remedy for grievances In the hands of the
colored men. This circular Is signed by
the following men :
Committee on partol the whites It.
it. wime, .i. a. cooper, n . II. (juiuii,
iiuiin Corcoran, i. . Alcorn, Jt. 1'
Iteld. J. A. Warren, II. Harrington, .1
Committee on part of the colored P.
D. Wade, W. w. Hampton, Kdward
Miuiu, uarroti Kelly, Hurt Mitchell,
uampoeu i-isgg, Kiuanual Hall, Henrv
It Is temperate in tone, but determined,
auu calls upon the people to duvlm means
to check the lawless acta of Kruwn's
parasites, and deluded followers. Tho
annexed arc extracts from a circular (for
warded to us Irom Coahomn) issued from
tlie rooms of the Kcpublican State execu
tive committee, Jackson, Miss., to tho
blacks on plantations throughout the
"Relying no longer unon the uower ot
reason, argument or persuasion to attract
voters 10 uu stamiaru, mey laii uacK
upon invir out practice ot Intimidation.
ami wan vi ineiicster rllles and revolv
ers openly declare in the public prints
that they 'telll earn Ihe election thU full.
ptactahly if thty van, forcibly if they
must.' " " wo nave en
countered them before. The
blood of hundred-, oi Innocent men who
have been murdered on account of their
political opinions, cries Irom Ihe ground
to-dnv. Still, we have not been dls
mayed, but have, in spite of threat. In
splto ot intimidation, In spite of violence.
iu spite ot blood, iu every coalllct since
JMI. marched ourcolumns trliiniDliantlv
on to victory. We can and we will do
it again. Vicks
hurg. Clinton. Yazoo Citv. Amlto. Tal.
laliatchle and Noxubee counties bear am
ple witness to thu character of the tires.
cut campaign. Hut we uro not discour
aged, it, cost tlie ttovern-
uient ol tlie United Mlates
a million ot lives, aud untold mil
lions of monoy, to secure to a large ma
jonty ol tlie Kepubllcans or Mississippi
the right to vote. ITest assured that the
sacred investment of blood and treasure
will be looked after, and millions more
will bo expended, if necessarv, to pre
serve that right. Then, let the llat go
forth, and let it be (list nctlvand itiicqiTv
oeally umlerMood, llrst lis well m last,
that the State utid National Qovtrnmtnti
citl nee to it that every qualified totcr nhall
have an opportunity to catt hit ballot as he
pleasea, TUACIUULY IF nr. CAN, VORCI
iu.V ir nr. Mirsr. Pn-.ldent Orant has
already told the country that Iu this
matter 'there shall be no child's play.'"
From the tone of this iucundl.irv "and
covert circular, distributed among igno-
rantblack people, working, iu largo num.
tiers, on plantations, and backed iu all
their acts by tho chief oxecntivn of the
Stute ; and from the determined attitude
of the whites, we may look for rontrh
work In MUsUMppi between now and the
nay oi election. The fields iu that
will bo neglected and ihe white
blo-soin in vain.
-p:mguei(i. in., lias a population oi
Jj.llU Inhabitants, gaining, iu live jeara,
Malhliiu KeJIar, eompoier of the
American Hymn, died iu I5oton last
Hlx Inches of snow full In tho Lake
Huron region, iu Western Canada, on the
night of Urn 11th.
Tho Dally Tribune Is the name of a
new paper published in I'adueah. Kv..
by -Perry i Uonnln & I.angrldge. .
The Memphis Avulanehn says: a
tew days ago It was: HUo up,'willlani
Alien I' Now It is: 'Sit down, old Bill!'"
Canova chose 600 beautiful women
from whom to model his Venus, and
among them oil he could not find a de
cent set of toes.
-Hon. Alexander II. Stephens, of
Georgia, Is recovering from his danger-
oui nines?, mid will be able to till all of
hl lecturing engagement s.
-fjdHoii? will not resume, thu load-
crshipoffho l.llfcral party ofEnghuid.
A telegram from London Thursday says
ho tins given tils family positive assurances
to that clll-cr.
The steamer T. T. Hlllman 'carried
Irom Evansvlllo.to Louisville one hun
dred preachers. Contemplate the posi
tion ot a few .slntten in that crowd. No
necessity of a bras baud on that boat.
The executive committee of the
Democratic party ot Ma-sachusotts de-
clUcu to Place tlie name oi ,)onn uiiincy
Ad.ims upon the ticket, asaeaudlUiite for
lleuteuaut-goveruor, iAct General Bri
Jiuluo Itouertson, of Ballard comity,
hy., says If Bill Jenkins wears the smnu
pair ot squeaking boots next terra of
court, h- will Hue him for contempt of
court and have the boots condemned w a
The National Women' Congress as
sembled hi the Welting opera house
Wedncsluy, l'rofe3or Maria Mitchell,
Julia Ward Howe, Itev. PhcboHauaford,
Miss Lonl.'a Alcntl and Mrs. Livermore.
All the profession were fairly repre
sented. The i.--t dhiutcr on L-aku Michigan is
that of the propeller Marchent. ftlie wus
driven on naclne reel early Monday mor
ning, nnd her bottom was found to be nl
most entirely dragged oft. it wns ex
pected tii.it as soou as she should be re
lleved she would sink.
The Courier-Journal tn)titlut Will. S
Hays finds his music in great demand.
He recently consummated the largest
contract with J. L. Peters, of New lork,
tlie music publisher, ever signed by an
Amirlcau composer. The talc of his
songs outran!; thosu of any five ballad
writers In the country.
Jefl'eraou Davl has b( en on a visit to
his birthplace, In Kentucky. His recep
tion there was characteristic of the peo
ple of the State ot Kentucky, the school
of refinement aud true gentility. O, Win
nebago, that was u bad and uclet
"jump" ami we kuow you feel it-hauicd
Iu the debates concerning the Bible
in the public schools, when the subject
drst came up at Springfield, one memlM-r
remarked iu lines more forcible than ele
gant: "ByG d, gentlemen, the Bible
is tho book of my mother, aud I'll be
d d if I don't stick to it till hell freezes
Joseph McCarty, of West Virginia,
was roblK-d ot seventeen hundred dollars
on the night of the 12th, in Louisville,
whllo standing on the platform of the
Indianapolis, Bellefoutainn A- Western
railroad, as the train was leaving the de
pot, by three men, who Jumped on thu
train. Mr. McCarty thinks the men fol
lowed him from West Virginia.
The following is what Will S. Wash
burn, editor of the Egyptian ', has to
say about Joe llobarts, editor of tho Mi
roisan, In reply to one of Joe's state
ments: "Unless you can get up some
thing more plausible than this, Joseph,
you had better quit your old trade
lying and tahoa berth as rou-tabout
in some of thoso mines at Murphy.
Tom Xeal, ol the Dyersburg (Tenn.)
O'anlte, says : "Immortal U that story
of the king whose malady could be cured
only by wearing the t-hlrt of a happy
man, ami the happy man
when found had no fchlrt." There
It not stilHelont scope on tho GaiHtc for
Tom's editorial genius to expand. Being
classical in its nature, he should get up a
coiner In one of the world's great maga
zines. A section of ono of the big trees of
California arrived in St. Louis on the
13th, on the way to Philadelphia, where
It will bo exhibited at the centennial. It
Is sixteen feet long, with a diameter of
ineuiyieei. u was taken from a tree
two hundred and seventy-six feet high,
with a diameter at the base of twenty-rdx
feet, and, as indicated by the yearly
rings, two hundred aud twenty years
old. The section there is hollowed out,
leaving a cylinder about two feet thick,
Including the baric, which will be con
verted into a circular houe aud elegantly
How about this, from the Ballsrd
iVcics, as an original joke: "A young
lawyer oJ this place whllo bathing his
plumes in the lut.-cuehant air and sailing
mid the starry heavens to pluck rhetorical
flowers to lay at tho feet or the Judge,
aud unveiling the nngels around the
throne of tho Eternal for the admiration
of the jury, was suddenly cut ihort with
tlie information that tho case before the
court was an action for damages against
John Jones tor bhootlng Wils Watson's
black spotted sow. Tho young man
wilted." That joke was hsuded down
from the days of Washington and Bur-
goyno. rsed to bo told around thu
camp-fires of our patriotic forefathers,
nnd didn't amount to much anyway.
Kdward Baker Dlekerson Jerome,
formerly of Jacksonville, Illinois, is the
tinthor. For mouths we have been In
reared ot It :
"lathe middle of tUl)hc6jRcks, fa the city of
the plain, '
OnthiicrtekcalllMuvttUiirre, where ttietm!-
l.nlU one to tietp t cttalnR, and v, akia at luom
V hut thelillious-looUInu women uii-l cadaver.
mis lonkliiK men
lLe quinine nil Iho duy-tlnie, till the Lullfrer
cm!; matin i
Vt here the t limy luoUns rflltcRlldowln never
' 'vid tirie'"' Un''' off""' ,ul1'
Lives my 0lliiif friend, , K), ,uaua
f'orultund liuhblliiK humor s snyinin in
rhinforo I'. M. of .luckonville ibirru li'ht'i.
You'll know him by hit curly hair nnd little
And ll'yiiu chance to ce him uljt there among.
'Hmt J have lilt behind In the State of Illinois
I'les'i hend to him this letter, unit ay to him
That everyihlnjr Is lovely and the kooio h?uirs
11 1 l.M "
Aldrror II ou. John II. Oberl-,
ll'rorls Xntional Democrat, lith.)
Last Cl-enlnir nt the ntinnlnlvd ilmn
House's Om-ra House was deiweiv
crowded with people assembled to hear
ion. .loan ii, unenynr Cairo. III., who
WHS to deliver tlie minimi nililn-m l...
fore the Grand Lodge ol the .State. Mr.
Oberly spoke about an hour, briefly re
Viewing tho origin of iheordpr, and ex.
toning (and very justly too) its merits
nnd explaining in a very clear nnd
Impartial winner Its object rind. tnlslou.
Tho audience listened with rantutli liion
to the titling trihulu being paid lo tin; or
der, and frcijucntly timuilcAicd their u
predatlon ot It by Idttd Htinlatise. Tho
oration wns clear, deep and eloquent, de
nvereu in a very impressive manlier, r!
Ilectlnggreat credit upon the speaker and
giving general satisfaction to the mem
bers of the order.
When Mr. Oberlv concluded, at the
earnest reque-t of the audience, Mr. J.
Ward Ellis, of Chicago, stepped lorwnrd
and delivered a short address, and was
then followed by a few remarks from
Oraud Master SlieiuNii.ot Chlci o, after
which some rxollchl mu'lc was thr
nlshcd by the Glee Club, aud the meeting
I. 0. 0. F.
Election of Officer of Hie
l.oiltfi- ol' HlliioU,
Or nn it
Puokia. Iti... Oct. 11. At the gland
lodge of Odd-Fellows of Illinois to-day
the following ollleer.' were elected tor
tho enduing vear: Orand secretnry. X.
C. Na'on ; grand warden, J. F. Drish :
grand treasurer. A S. Bary; grand
marshal. S. L. C'rlpnln; grand chaplain.
Bev. Wm. Edwaiiis; grand conductor,
L. Gollhart; grand guardian, II. J.
Freeman; grand herald, S. P. Coopi-r.
Past Grand Muster Sherman was elected
grand representatlw to the grand lodge
of the United States. All tie-above of
llcer. with tho'e elected yesterdav. were
duly injtailed. Jacksonville was elected
ns Ihe next place for holding the grand
V-rilie1 nt IUr, Vont erence in ill :nc.
Nasiivim.i:, October 1,'. At the Ten
nessee . outereiiee nt FiiyettcWIIc, the
coiuiulltet-trying the ease of Ui-v. Dr.
John IV. H.diner.Sr., with earnest prayei
and uiatme deliberation, have performed
the delicate und reMiii.lblc work as best
they could, in lear trUod, liud tlie tpeci
Jledlous -us-tnitied by evidence. That
tin; HpecllicntioiiH MiHtnlu the t-lmrge ol
iinuiorality. and they do hen-hv tiseiid
him Irom olllce itr th'o Chris
tian ministry of the Melho-iUt
Episcopal chinch Huutli. The coiuum
!(' wi re uuatiliuous mi tho first .speciilea
I tioii tnat ol writing a letter tending to
I corrupt the vlnue ot Miss N'nylor. On
the reeotid sH-eltleatlon that uf arrang
ing plau to gralilA the palou tin- wild
letter was so lilted lo arouse a majoilty
of two or three In the allinnatlve. nnil
upon the whole charge of Immorality tlie
vote wns uuauiiiioun. i ne verdict ell
( peiKis nun irom preaeuiiig tor one year.
mien iimi"i mn iiuiii nro uouuceii nu
senteiice.Dr. Kelly .coiiiim-I tor the defend
ant Mid: "1 left Dr. UniineralliN rooms
too much overwhelmed by his emotion
to appear Iu your inidt. He did not
know what the verdict would be, and de
sires to express no opinion as to whether
it is right or wrong. But with tear- toll
ill" down his face, and heart erii-heil Iu
sorrow and age, wishes to .av that he be
lieve, iu tho righteous Inten
tions ot tho committee. and
it their verdict shall be hard
upon mm u is irom no want ol purity on
tl fir p-irt. That from the church to
which lie gave the love of his bovhood
aim ine sireiigin ot ins manhood, lie has
received iu return the kludnes, love and
multiplhil honor ; and now if tlil
mother to which he has given his life, love
and lahor. thinks it hest to lav on li.'m the
heavy hand, chasleiiliijr mil the hmken
heart, ho will low and love her still.
With regard lo the foil v, whieh he admits,
in writing the letter, nuil uhlfli hasio.t
llilll slleh p.Ulg- ol agonl.ln r, tl-iil-:iiiiv.
h. .h-ilres to say to tli .iie.''-f
members of t'onferi ace : i,i.)' pm, niv
agony ; behold my MrieUen mil .e . m-il
learn to avoid the nppeara ,c- .i 'il.' "
Mr. liaiiner was ono ni tiieiddi-t. iim
ino,t eloiiiieut pr. iieln-r-known
In his church
I'ttr tlie .'I on III ol' Oetoliei'.
During Ihe lever season of last month,
the stock of AyerV Ague Cure In the Old
Noith .Statu became exhausted, anil be
fore n supply could be leeched Iroiu Lo.
well, the suih rhig Irom chill-, nnd fever
became fearlul. A lew parties wen; m
fortunate as to have It on hum!,
and iu Iredell county, the tlniir-gl-ts
eked out their slender stocks lv
selling doses a spiioiitul each (or a dol
lar. Many paid ten dollars for a bottle,
when the regular price is but one, and
thoiiirht theiiixlves favored at that, so
valuahlu are the curative tirunertles
of this preparation, which not only ex-
pel -no poison iroiu me system, hut
leaves the patient with unimpaired health
and vigor. Raleigh (A'. V.) Standard.
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
FALL AND WINTER
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
IKK. WALDEH is ructiviiiK daily u
Urn-o und splendid itoch of koocIh,
ana 1 determined to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
Hb ia rusolvod to kIto tho very beat
BOJd for tho very lowunt prices. Cull
and c tor youieelvoo.
Corner Sixth Street and Ohio
'llil prepitrutfon m now uelomwIedKeil t lie
"iTTinir io nu aaowu luiucuieu ior tlie ircut
nieiitnf .vphillis in nil its StagH, Scrofu
Iouh AtTcotions, Chronic Ul
cera, Enlarg.'meut or tho
K-tpfcUI'r In Syplillilc dUeaeci In which it
h Ik navet: fiittnv. when irlven uti ai Inn... Iiv
emiueol hyaielunu It U entirely veifetiilje
'ueiMUKvui mei m reqii iiii nun can ne taken
111 till i-.tiiillti... u .it the (.extern H'llh . iTmi. ...!
Iu cuiiuecllon Willi utlicr nieiilclnei, It iim ju-
e'it lei miv purt of the United fttiite-i tiye.
five from ol)tratlon.
N ll. maniple inwkugeit eiil to Bnv uu t of tlin
L'niti-1 t:it(4, on riceliitol t'c. AikUm
C North Sixth trel, Mt l.ouls Jtn
tlJeureat Nerve Cnnquror. curot KplUiitlcKltn,
coinulilum, Sjmjun, -l itu tin me iiudnll
Krrvuuj Dl.f.i.fs tlieouly ku-wn podllvenm
Hy ror tpllentlo Kitt It liai Ikh teted by
thouand, unit Iim never ueeu knutrntu full lnii
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Ootnmuulcatloua upon u)).bctn of Ken-
crnl interest to thi public nollcltftd.
13'AU l:uilne I,Ltlert nhonltt te ailJref Mil Iu
Cnlro Hiitlolln Coinpiiny,
PAUL G. SOHUH
AND WILL WARRANT
FEVER I AGUE
Whon ovcry other patent modi
cino faila to euro tho Chills, then
pbc, f: od nm BOTTLE
I'AUL G. SOHUH'S,
100 Commorciil Avo,
rho Pooplo'e Rotnody.
Tho Univorsal Pain Ext nctor,
Note: Ask for pond' Extrael.
"ilHir! for will nneuk of itellent tiling '
I uj n rle-t to linn nr ll,-.ul
Mriiin. .inruiin, tuuiu-
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torn NHMilrN. lniluiiifii
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i (iHtliiuw.iUriieoaiir Sail
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all lr.l(fKlt. I'liyticiuna, uml
bitily who mix .-r iimiI It.
I'iiiiiiliiel e.iiilaliiliiK liutnrj anil I nmlU
ril lieu on i npnlicullon, If not foini-l ul vonr
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
BOOK AGENTS WANTED.
ne.a .l uK u ok. Iij auh eiiilloii tu lake
err.ti.ry on .nu- new '"Hi.torj nf lowu." ,,l
In,1'.".10'5 ,0,K;IU""V ' r 'lllnini y of W Urnn
Mn "or 'lli,inry nfihe Nurtlmvit " Umli nf
he-e biioknire new unit cuiituln mei- lilliu-.
iraiioii enen me latter over Uki 1,,inn, l.u
mure t you. Aili h-k
Um"i.!IU ?Ji'-h , PnMl.lier.
10-lft.Ci ,or "l M"hiM. town.
"Great Wedioal Boole
nnJ iSecrtH lui Liultes nnU oents. Went lice for
twu n:aiuii. i ililreia
MT. J MV.ttt WKOlC.Mi IN8TITUTK
IMVUiy et -Ijtejiti, Ho.
Inuciiii lo l live oru Mie illon t.i miy ni e of
anyo lierbiioli. v,-fve exclu,lve tin .ry
lllieml coinml.nlon, nc i-eml lorprivale terniV.
. , ,t. ,MV viiar
PAINT AND OIL DEAJ.RP.
JOBBERS AMD EETAILLAIi OV
rniuaOMTS' PAKCY GOODS,
VVeA X- AJVW JUAfc lU.t M. KiiJJJf
WU lollcit cotiwuon'lcncB an't onlers irom Orcfki-ii I'h7IcIi uml fieneral Storet In win
of itjoili In imr llli.- -tenmlHiKl 11 n.lulir.n mnl K:i:iiifv .M'lllrlnn Cui ruralilml m . i
filled Willi reliable Drug, at reiMoiuttilL-niU,
WHOLESALE ft RETAIL, fJ'TUO Kr.TAI PRESCRIPTION
74 Oblo Levee. 1 I "inhlnr-to At., Dor. 8th 3
NOW IS THE TIME!
Presents For All!
A New Method
"Revolution in the Dry Goods Trade !"
i'o annonti.-e 1 1 the 'nie ct (lr-. unit liy thai we have ?nln HtiiinH lo Cairo anil
c Irt-util nl uur Ol-l i-taml
ITo. 14b2 & 144 Commercial Av.
f..i' t jir.ilt : Well eli-tr-t . . if
I?RY GOODS & CLOTHING,
l-iellm' nnil .entli men l uriiiililiix r,oc-t, wturc we Will anil ute now pirpiin.il to offir
THE BEST INDUCEMENTS EVER GIVLN BEFORE.
tt'u irn.osc In ciie in our Hry lino-lo tnielo urt mi l oei eiUlnnier itirchilnit lo the alu-iUkt
nf -eteu liullur- (f-TI. 'leii ln. nf I nllcn ih'hiiii will In -le c-vr the future eonllileiice
lieritulun- jilucul in u. nt-urin Hie .ulil c ' .st our br.uif.irh will u-e-1 In inrili Hie .iimr.
Wo solicit n call from one and nil.
HEILBRON & WEIL,
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
IMMENSE STOCK! (.HEAT " VAIUETV ! LOW PRICES!
Provisions, Seeds, ami othor Produce.
Wm. Glenn c& Sons,
S, 70, uml 7'2 Vine .Miivt, t'l.VC IXXATI.
F. M. STOGSFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps ti lill Ht ck of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
COLLIEU WHITE LEAD.
Ere, EJ O.
of linking n
144 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.