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' U a' saw law n.
1. M. lnwore rind J. M. ttnmlalV or
Atsa, hare entered Into a law
nh.Miin Hiiiitmi qv Tlittf" nre
both well rrad.ctwgctlc rcen, mul
get o jrood yulltf."
er thk rrsiiri.TASiiA
Wllltam li. Drown, tbc largest
dealer In Pennflvoulft, died In Philadel
phia, on tbo 13th Inst., of parnlyMt. lie
tva closely identified with mantifncturltir
lntercti, and wn well known in an
Southern markctf .
Tilt etRXr.KAt. AXnTHI-.COI.OMU
Ot acrol .loo Sliclby and Colour) Franl;
Hlckox, while enjoying n few flowing
bowls, In Scdnlln, Mo., bad n maunder
unillnir, when the gcmml tired n lmm
lew shot at tbo colonel. Humor has it
that the general struck lite colonel on the
bead with hi- weapon, licMde? burning
the powder. General Joo occnMonnlly
cotm." to the front Willi a An piuol.
The Kguptitm I'ress, published In .Mn
tion, .aya It enn't Imagine wli.it pood the
Qb'Democrat bs done in the William
oa county troubles, iinleii It e.Ulmntod
lt Sensational reports ns aoincthinir In that
line It, with the CalroUui.ii:TiN nnd
eorrepondonU, called upon Ik-vcrldKuto
nre Ms power to stop the brutal mtinieri
In Williamson county, mul published,
it the vendetta, thnt elm tied the whole
State. In those days wither the Eyyp'
Ixn Prut, nor the .Marlon .VWfoi- were
very hold in their talk of tbo a.-;n-Hw
and past revelation j went to show
It w.is not nlu for any pcrcoti to Bay any
thlnjr harsh about ttioso fellow;; besides,
Washburn lived within u otoneV
throw of the home of some of
the not&d men who were en
jraged In the bloo.ly gnnio of cIickj.
Already the people tip in Williamson
are taking (he credit on thenwelves of
moving the powerful lever of the law
and putting It lo practical it;o, when it
wa Mich papers m tbo GlohC'Dtiiwcraf
ind Cairo Ht'LtCTiN that cau&edthe pop
nlar mind to turn Its attention-to
the dreadful bocuc- then solng on
lu WilllanuRu county, with
powerless ofliclaU, and u snubbed law
looking: quietly on, and fearing tho con
Miquences of an interfere nee In the worfc
of murder aud outrage. In fact the
Bulletin was so persistent in Its ctTorta
at arousing tho slet-pin law ardjita oft!
r.UU that it drew from the
prolltlc pen of 3IIIo Krwln, u
rltlon of the town of Marion, a two col
umn nrtlclp, lu which we were accusad ol
writing Incendiary articles which had a
teiiiWucy to give to Williamson county a
name lor murder and v!olatlnnvof law it
wn? not entitled to. And he published
in inu uiobe-Vonocral.
Itev. John W. llenncr, sr., has been
undergoinir trial beloro tho Tenncawe
.Methodlst KpUcopal Conference, at Pay.
nttcvllle, charged with an attempt to cor
rupt the virtue of a young lady, ot good
family, named Miss Naylor.' He was
found guilty of the charges and sub
pended from olliee. aud from tho Chris
tian mlnLstry, lor one year. He was one
of the oldest and moil popular of South
ern ministers, and n man of greut orator
ical powers and eloquence, lint he could
not resist the spirit of "true Inwardness,"
and hung himsclr on the ragged edge of
dlspair. Tho telegraph tells us that
hU feelings were lacerated to
such au extent as to pruvent UU heaving
the Ycrdiot. Henncr Is said to havo ac
knowledged 'Indiscretion," and warned
younger ministers of the temptation to
which they arc exposed. This man's slu
was not great In act, became the young
woman ho attempted to ruin resisted his
machination-:. Finally an indiscreet let
teffrom'tiie Jechereous minister of God
(one of the most eloquent, nnd learned,
aud olden n lnUters, etc., etc.), a letter
indicative of n hungry appetite i
to indulge lu -In, fell into Vlie
hand ot MU Xaylor's brother 1uid his
ethical reasoning, joined to0 fact of the
relaUoiuhlp exiting ltetccu the young
ladyamd himself, caiC(i bliu tocontcm
pUte the feat oCoashing the old villiau
lutoa jeHyna irhehad not been re
sfral'rt!tl, no trial would have taken place,
uxoept the ouo that all hypocritical
whangdoodJc5 constantly prate about
the trial before tho thronoof God. Wcarc
taught trerv day that sin does not always
lurk where Mu'is advertised, but that it is
frequently cloaked under the
:arb of religion and morality.
The-e disgusting revflations are doing
much to cause people to look with suipl
don upon that which houlu be treated
with respect and reverence. Tho justice
meted out to these ministers who vlolato
the sanctity of peaceful homes, or even
attempt It, should be a long and labori
ous term in an institution called a pen!
tentlary. In one year Henncr will bo
back again In the pulpit pointing the
nearest louto to tho celestial region?
through the eloquence of a tongue that
attempted to drag down Into tho slums
of prostitution n plotuandteliiied young
tt lLti'7t AM HALIU. .
McCullougli. tho California tragetllau,
aad inauaKcr of the California theater,
article, in tho Chicago 7Vim,
J1. "A Kltonl!n Hcrfl," which re.
Mted how, on one occasion, In Virginia
City, Ualston engsgcj ti,Q theater in that
SSftrSSf1 IHrfwanco of
he '-OUdtator," with McCullough as
I tepbody Mh0 cn0 to
Wit the house; and that attor tho M,tcr.
lUoBMt a lavish wlae party and gomral
nml wound up the affair. McCullouuli
" timt Balston bstct was lu Virginia
VKjt MM tM(Hoe, ulmaoli, nevtrr olmtii
tkt ' tsdia!or' In that placo during hU
tiff- Mtmytt tvk for the publl-
citIonol-tlie5cfnct?nnfItnpeDinlJer6f errtilpoftho Llbtnil party of EiijtJmitl.
corri'Ptlon, nnd lo jii'tly vlnillwtto Uo f A telegram froiA LoiidoiiTbtirsdity stiya
memory of n dvnd irieu.l who wa4 ftUThebMsftlwnhUrtiiiHy iKMitlvoaimiraiiws.
wan thoujcbtful of my welfare and ever J to thnt officf.
generous to rue;" In connection wltb i The steamer T. T, lllllmiin cfirih-d
tllll matttif, XIC ttUCtlva mai DP Ulu noi.iiiuiu niuuniutiu jivmniire uueuuu
believe ntiy nmn ever ?nw llnhtoti nxo
drink, nnd that It wo", n
profit mUtnl.e lo sMppoie that Kahton
would help every one who iMkcri him; and
thnt an Idle man he would hnvn nothing
to do wltli( and n drunken man he ab
horred. He said: "tfaliton would uercr
help idle tricn, would have nothing w hat
ever to do with blackguard. There
h no doubt In ray mind thnt thune.tlon of
the directors broke hU heart, and that ho
felt most keenly their exclusion of him
iroin tho back nnrlor when the enteral
conference upon 1ho affair? of the bank
was had. Ho himself had made the for
tunc of rub-t of the.e men, and when
they ImMed upon bin rcplgiiittlon H
feenied to hint tho climax of his misfor
tune. Mill and nil the rest of them am
jwry for It now, nnd they will bo for
many n day. Whatever the laulu of that
man were, one thins; wan certain, that lm
had done so much for the State nnd tho
city, nnd his ticr?6nal hold upon the
lieaili of the jicoplc of thnt community
was so complete mul Indeed extraordl
nry, that every man nnd woman In that
city felt It was n black day for tho city ol
Sail rrnnclsco when the fatal catatropho
occurred that ended hl career." Me
Culloiijsh denied that Halston'.s style of
llvlnjr was princely, and that- he never
owned n Iiohc worth S.MJ0. Ail his rar-
rincc3, wagon, and harne", were plain
and substantial made for ccrvlec and
not for show, hut that ho was truly ho?
pltablo to all u hoin he entertained.
1'o.ihoma tit-tiii: Hivr.Ksior:.
We liavc received it lengthy letter In
reference to tliu Friar's Point troubles,
which wo will publish to-morrow morn
lug. It is from au educated and proud
ueut gentleman of Coahoma county nnd
can be relied upon In every particular
15 row n. the RherlO" of Coahoma, Is a fngl
tlvc, aud his adherents are now applying
tho torch. Colonel Htov.dl's steam gin
houso was burned by incendiaries, re
cently, and on the night ol the 10th luet,
ins Hiauiu niiii iiui'tecii mules wero
burned, aud an .tin nipt was also umde to
bum his hoiiM-. flu- j-ood citizens, both
white and bhick. Incoming alarmed C.
theso tnuelu i ou - act?, have listted a circu
lar charging Uriiwu w ith having sought to
arouse the colored people to lawless acte
by declaring to hem in his harangues
that while tho ghi-liuit-es aro the plop
city ot tho whites, the toreii Is tl.o
remedy for grie.ince in the hands of tho
colored men. This chcular is signed by
tho following men :
Committee on partol the whites H.
H. White, J. A. Cooper, W. 11. Qulnn,
John Corcoran, J. L. Alcorn, Jf. P.
Keid. J. A. Warren, It. Ilarriugtou, J.
Committee on part of thu colored F.
1. Wade, W. W. Hampton, Edward
Smith, Carroll Kelly, Hart Mitchell.
Campbell Flagg, EniMUiial Hall. Henry
It Is teuipcrati: in tone, but determined,
mid calls upon the people todeviMj means
to check tli lawless acts of ilrown'.s
parasiios.-and deluded followers. Tlio
annexed arc extracts from a circular (for.
warded to us irom Coahoma) issued from
tho room? of tho Republican State execu-
tivo committee, Jackson, Mis., to tho
blacks on plantations throughout the
"Relying no longer upon tho nower ol
reason, argument or persuaionto attract
Voters to tho standard, tliey fall back
upon their old practice of Intimidation.
una wan w lucnusicr rmcs auu revolv
ers openly declare In tho public prints
inai iney yui carry ttt clrction this fill,
pcucQuaiy zj wry can, rorcioru it fity
mutt.' We have en.
countered tliem before. Tho
blood of hundreds of iiinoeuut men who
have been murdered on account of their
political opinions, cries lrom the ground
to-day. Still, wo have not been dis-
mayetl, but have, in spite of threat, in
splto ot intimidation, In splto of violence,
in splto ol blood, in every coHtlict since
180, marched our columns triumphantly
Oil to victor V. Wo can and wn mitt iln
it again. Vlcks-
burg, Clinton. Vazoo City. Amite, Tal
lahatchie hnd Noxubee couutlus lionriiin.
pie witness to the character of th' ' .
cut campaign. lint we aro y uicour
aged. It. cost -,l0 Govern
ment of U. United States
a million ,jljves. aud untold mil
lions or money, to secure lo a largo ma
vAy of tho Republicans of Mississippi
uic nxiii io voic. iiui ansureu mat tlie
sarred Investment of blood and treasure
will be looked after, and millions more
will bo expended. If nvcessarv, to pre
f no that rigid. Then, let tlie tiat go
forth, and let It be distinctly aud uiicquiV.
ocally understood, llrst as well as last,
that the Slate nml Xational Government
will see to it thai every qualified voter shall
have an opportunity to cait h't ballot ai he
phases, 'i-kacxaiily if hi: tan, ronci
bi.y ir nr. must.' President Grant lias
already told the country that in tills
matter there shall be no child's play.'"
From tho tone of this incendiary and
covert circular, di-trlbutcd among iguo
rant black people, working, in large num
bers, on plantations, and hacked in all
their acts by tho chief executive of the
State , and from the determined attitude
or tho whites, wo may look- for rough
work in Mis nkslpnl between uow and the
day of election. The fields in that State
will be neglected and the white tuplo
bloiiom lu vain,
apnngiielil. III., lias a population of
25,110 Inhabitant, gaining, iu live scar.
Mathias Krllar, composer of the
American Hymn, died iu Botoii last
Six iiiches nl miow fell iu the Lake
Huron region, In Western Canada, on tlie
nlghiof th llth.
The Daily Tritium i the name of a
new paper pniih-h d i,i IV.Jucab, Ky
by Perry, Bom, In jfc L.uigriilge.
The Memphis Avatanehn says: "A
lew days ago it was : Ki.u up.'willlatu
Alk-n!' Xowit Is: Sft down, old Bill!'"
Catiovn chose 500 Ix-autllul women
from whom to model . his Venus, snd
among them all lie could not llud a de
cent set of toes,
-Hon. Alexauder 11. Stephens, of
Georgia, Is recovering from his danger
ous lllnuss, and will be ablo to fill all of
" ucturing engagements.
-Ohnhtoiie will uot ri'siiioc the lead-
dred preacher!. Contemplate the post
lion ot u few sinners in that crowd. Xo
necessity of n braa band on that boat.
Tlc executive committee of the
Democratic party of Mu-aachu;ctt? de
cided to place the name of John Quiticy
Ad.ims upon thcJlekct, ao candidate for
lleutenant-govenior, vice General Bart
Judge Robertson, of Ballard couuty,
Ky., says if lllll Jenkins wu'jrs the same
pair ol squeaking boats next term of
court, he will line him for contempt of
otirt and hnru the boots condemned ns u
Tho Xiilional Women's Congress as
sembled in the Welting opera houso
Wcdneslay. Professor Muria Mitchell,
lulla WnxA Howe, RcV.Phebellaiiaford,
Miss Louisa Alcott and Mrs. Llvermore.
All the professlo'm were fairly repre
The la-t disaster on Lake Michigan is
that of the propeller Marehetit. fcho was
drl.rii on Racine reef early Monday mor
ning, nnd her bottom was found to be id
mo'-t entirely dragged oO. it was ox-
petttd that n soon as she should bo re
lieved she would sink.
Tlie (-WfrrsMrpof aythat WIII.U.
Hayx Minis hU iiui'Iu in great demand,
lie recently consummated thu largest
contract with J. I.. Peters, of New ork,
the music publisher, ever signed by an
American composer. The sales of Ids
song outrank those of any live ballad
writer. in the country.
.Jeflciiou Uavl has Ix.en on a visit lo
his birthplace, In Kentucky. His recep
tion there was characteristic of the peo
ple of tho Stale ol Kentucky, tho school
of refinement and true gentility. O, Win-1
tinmicrn. tti.it uis n li'i.l utitl itc.U.: I
"jump" and we know you feel aMiamed
In the debatcn concerning tho Bible
in tho public schools, when thu subject
llrst came up at Springfield, one member
remarked hi Hues more forcible than ele
gant: "By O d, gentlemen, tho Bible
is the book of my mother, and I'll he
d d if I don't stick to it till hell Ircvzes
Joseph McCarty.of Wct Virginia,
was robbed ol seventeen hundred dollars
on tho night of thol2thtin Louisville,
while olaudlug on the platform of tho
Indianapolis, Bellefontalnc & Western
railroad, as the train was leaving the do
pot, by threo men, who jumped on thu
train. Mr. McCarty thinks the men fol
lowed him from West Virginia.
The following is what Will s. Wash
bum, editor of the Egyptian Press, lias to
say about Joo Robaris, editor of the HU
noisan, in reply to one of Jo' state
ments: "unless you can get up some
thing more plausible than this, Joseph,
you had better quit your old trade
lying and takou berth as roustabout
in fcome of those mines nt Murphys
boro." Tom Xeal, ol tlie Dyrrsburg (Tenn.)
Gaseite, say : Jnimortal Is that story
of the king whojo malady coul4 be cured
only by wearing the shirt of a happy
mau, and the happy man
when found had no shirt." Tin-re
It not sulHeiout scope on tho Gaitttc for
Tom's editorial geiilns to expand. Being
classical In Its nature, ho should get up a
coiner in one of the world's great maga
zine?. A section of one of tho big trees of
California arrived iu at. Louis on the
13th, on tho way to Philadelphia, where
it will be exhibited at tho centennial. It
is -Ixteen feet long, with a diameter of
twenty feet. It was taken from a tree
two hundred and hevcnty-slx feet high,
with a diameter at the base of twenty-six
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 tho bark, which will bo con
erted Into n circular house aud elegantly
How about this, from the Ballard
-Vcics, as an original joko: "A young
lawyer ol this placo while bathing his
plumes in tho iutrenchant air aud sailing
mid the starry heavens to pluck rhetorical
llowere to lay nt tho feet of tlie Judge,
and unveiling tlie angels around the
throne oi tho Eternal for the admiration
of the jury, was suddenly cut short with
thu information that thu case before tho
court was an action for damages against
John Jones tor shooting Wlls Watson's
black spotted sow. Tho young man
wilted." That Joko was handed down
lrom the days of Washington and Bur-
goyne. I ed to he told around the
camp-lires of our patriotic forefathers,
and didn't amount to much anyway.
hdward Baker Dickerson Jerome,
formerly ot Jacksonville, Illinois, is the
author. For months we have been iu
tearcli of it :
"In the middle of Hie blackjack, tntlicelly or
Oa tlio cntk rjillid Mauvnl-liTrr, while tlie twtl
.. froi;' Mviil retrain
bulls one tu i)liti nt cvi-nlii,
and uakes nt mora
W laru ili;lilllou8-looklni womm mid cadarr
hub louKliu: man
Take imtnlne nil ia day-time, till the Vullfrop
w lure tliu sttmy luollni; iTiitllmalMc whenever
And with u cnmti Jump otrtlie Vg lato the Mini
I.ivi'3inyyoauK I'rliml, -,wlio Uatuj
Tor wit mid tiubbllui; Imiiinr as anyin.in In
Tlareloio l'..M. ot'Jarkkomlllv.olMrMv If lie's
You'll kuuw lilm by lil cuilylmlr mid lltllu
And irymi chance io (rrlilin r,nt tUtm anions
Thrttl tunc lcltU lilnd In the Stale of Illliinl.
I'lraav hand to film this luttor, and taytulilm
Hint i'vrr) thing la lovely and the jtooto hnairs
Aililrxsaoc in. John II. Oberly.
IPi'oria Nntionil IHmorrat, lllli.I
Last evening at the nppoiuied time
Rouo'a 0K-ra House was deimely
ciowded with peoplo assembled to hear
Hon. John II. Oberly of Cairo. HI., who
was to deliver tn annual address bo
foro I he Grand Lodge ot the State. Mr.
Oberly spoke about au hour, briefly re
viewing the origin of the order, and ex
tolling (and very justly too) Its merits
and oxplalnlug In a very clear and
Impartial inntiiicr lt object una ui!m!o,
Iho ntidieiice lUtcned with rapt attention
ri the lining tribute Mug paid to the or
dcr, nnd frequently maiiiiested their tip
prcclatlon of it by loud applause. The
oration was clear, deep and eloquent, de
livered iu n very impressive manner, re
flecting great credit upon tho speaker and
giving general satisfaction lo tho mem
bers of tlio order.
When Mr. Oberly concluded, nt tho
??.rn,;,LI?'l,,?if'.f "'" audience, Mr. J.
Ward Kills. of Chicago, .stepped forward
and delivered a short addrrss, nml was
then followed by a few remarks from
Grand Master Hhcrnun.ol Chlca o, after
which some excellent tnu-lc was fur
nished by the Glee Club, and the meeting
. . .
I. 0. 0. F.
IUeellon uf OIUcr oi llio
Peoria, III.. Oct. 11. At the grand
lodge of Odd-Fellows of Illinois ton lay
tho following otliei rs were elected lor
the enutng year: Grand secretary, X.
C. Xneon; grand warden, J.F. Urlsh:
grand treasurer. A. S. Bury; grand
marshal. S. L. Crlpnin; grand chaplain,
Rev. Win, Ed wauls; grand conductor,
L. Gollhart ; lrrand eiinnlluu, 11. J.
Freeman; grand herald. 8. P. Cooper.
Pat Grand MimIi r Sherman was elected
grand representative to tlie grind I.xlir-
of the United States. All th above nf
j fleers, with those elected yesterday, were
' llllli llialiilli.il .ttiLkimvll1i teuu It 1..1. .it
I a" this next place fur holding tlio grand
Vfii'dlrl orilinCiiarcrrncelu Hlif.ne.
Xasiivili.U. October Ilk At the Ten
IH'SM'O Coiilerencu at Fayetteville, the
cominlttie trying the ease of Rev. Dr.
John W. Banner. Sr., with earnest prayer
nnd niatiire deliberation, have performed
the delicate and repoiiMblc work as beat
they could, hi fear of God, lind the sped
licit loiia Mi'lnlned by evidence. That
tlio Hiti itlcatloif sustain tlio charge oi
immorality, and they do hereby sn-ienil
mm irom oiueo in me uiirls-
tiilnUtry of tlio MrtbodUt
hplscopal eliuicli South. Tlie commit
tee wero iiiianinious on the first (pi eillca
tion Unit of writing a letter tending to
corrupt the virtue of Miss Xavlor. On
the second s pecilicatloii that of nrrang
inir nlaiis to uralify the nasslon the kuIiI
letter as so fitted to arouse a majottv
of two or time In the allirmutlvei and
upon the whole charge of Immorality the
voie was iiimiiinioii.-. j no verdict siii
pends fill ii lrom preaching tor one vonr.
lieu lilslioii n iglittiiau pronounced tho
sentcnce.Dr Kelly .counsel lor thoilefend-
ant said: "I left Or. llanneralhU room-
too much overwhelmed by Ids emotion
lo nppe.-.r in your intd-t. lie did not
know what tile verdict would he. and tie-
sires toe.pre- no opinion iw to whether
it Is tight or wrong. Bur with tears toll
ing down hi face, and heart crushed bv
sorrow and age. wlohes to sav that he be
lieves iu tlio righteous inten
tions of thu cotniuittee, and
it their crdict shall bo haul
upon him It Is from no want of ptirlivon
tl e'r part. That from tho church t"
which he gave the love of his bohooil
aud the MrciiL'th of hN manhood, he ha'
received in return the kindness, love anil
miiltii!itd honors; and now if thl
mnther to s hleli lie has given his life, love
ami laoor, ttiiuKs it net tolay mi liiui tlie
heavy hand, chastening out tlm broken
heart, he will lnvo mid lier ftlJI.
Wjthn-irnnl lo fiei'nlr. lililclificadinll".
In writing the letter, and which haieot
him such pangs of agonizing repent
ance. ho desires to say to the younger
members of Conference : 'Look iinoii inv
agony ; behold my stricken old ate. and
learn to nvoui ino appearance oi evil.
Mr. Haiiner wa one of the oldest. mot
Influential and most floniieut ireaehei
In ids niurcn uuown tnrougiiout
I'nr tlio noulhitl' Oetnliee
During tin' lever season of last month,
the stock or Ayer's Ague Cure iu tho Old
Xoitli Stato became exhausted, and he
fore a supply could he received from Lo
well, the suilering from chills aud fever
became fearful. A tew parlies wen; -o
fortunate us to have it on liuiid.
and in Iredell comity, tho drug
gUts eked out their slender stocks by
selling tloxes a spoonful each for a dol
lar. Many paid ten dollars for a bottle,
when llio regular price is but one. and
thoticht. themelves favored at thnt, so
valuable are tin. curative properdin
of tliU preparation, which uot only e.
pels 'lie poison from the system, but
leave-' tlie patient with iiiiliii fiii d health
and vigor. IlaUigh (.V. C.) StanJurJ.
Walder s Clothing
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
FALL AND WINTER
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
rceivlnir daily a
-L lare and aplondld
and la deUrmlned to
iocs or uooas,
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
He la resolvad to ive the vory boat
Booda for tha vory lowasl price. Call
and ate tor youiaelves,
Corner Sixth Street mA Ohio
'fliiiinriiamtlinlsiiow ucknoivlivlKed to li
fUi-iior to nil kuou'ti rniedlfi lor tlie treat
Hyphillis iu all its Stages, Dcrofu
lous AaeotionB, Chronic Ul
cors, Enlargement of tho
Kclul'y fa Synluttlo iltrcni.os, In whlih It
Hiu mwi. many, u lun given up n.eit Iioih- liy
Milium! hj4ii'la ft Ii finlaly vi'to-nib ,
.mi eliHiii-nr iliii U rraa nil mid can lininkin
la all ciiidlli(ii,6 ot thu Hj-Htem with milVty , mid
in oiuiiM'tloa with ntlier mctllclut-i, Iftlieiiu
tifii! ill'lu.i '
"eil 1'ianvptttof tha Unltol Stidts hy.
prjw, tree truui oliHcrt Htlon.
i, i. ,iT'nml'l"'l"ll-'l"EV'i'iitt')aaviiiirtofth'j
Uult(t Mtau, on rt-ceilitol fi"c. AiiilifH
, , f 3 -s'orth Sixth alrvct, hi l.ouls Mo
' tnc Conquror. eurci Etilliptle Pit.
CoiiuiUloii,, S)iiaan, t Vlim Dunce iiudull
hen una lli,, tint outyksiini poMiIyciuh.
My lor tpiiir.tio nti libub.n inn-.i i,y
Itioii'undi mid lm nvrr knoiTuto Tull Ini
jl04k-cai' Tiiu) ji(;kKerixi-. Ihu-luno Ktnaiii
lor uircaura glvlntc vvidencu ofi-uitii '
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THE DAILY HULLBTJN.
rjSUR 71ta.Lr.TIK J- puWIlifdf7fryme.inlus
(rxcept .Mnnlir) :. Urn bulletin llulktln, enr
Mt Wnadui.ttaa nvenutned Twtlnh ntrft
Tiia llcf.u-ru; Li serrrd to city fiubs&rlUxs by
fullhfiil cinlen st TiTity-riTf CcaU a Wett,
pay.dile witJJj-. By ALtll, (tandraaM), flopcr
anniuui rlx mon'h.1, Wi Hum monttii, Wj one
month, $1 J5.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
PuMhtcd uvrry Tliundny niorntni; at 51 25
p ninum, HivnrloUy in sdvance. lhe jiosttec
on thn Wiykly vrlli be prrpald l this offlto, ro
tint snbasiitirrs will nliulii (or n sn1'rrlitlon
i If? of $la jrar.
t) A I t, Y .
liulr.it:i Curdii, r unnuui,...
On aqaare, tnt utertlou,
One squarp, two inwrtlons,.
Ui itquare. one wivk,
One UhM', lira Winks
One equate, thrvr wivks,.
One sqtup, onvmuiitti
... i to
... 4 110
One eqturc, am lurt!on
V.ncU pil'-iicnt lusrrtioli
tr?"Onc Inch Is a iqiinrr.
J3"Tu ri-pilHradvfrtiscni r offer Hui-i-rtorlu-
dccrmrnti, hoUi ui to role nl churjir and ruiiu-
net of dl-phi) lap: thilr fmors.
ComruunlraUona upon tubjecta of Hon
cral Interpst to thn publlo BOlioltod,
J3AU t'.iwlm-is Utlcrf. M.nnld bp .xtdrvPt-J ti.
'nir llul I -1 1 it t'oiiinn.v.
PAUL G. SCHUH
AND WILL WARRANT
When eery other patent mcdi
oino fails to euro tho Chills, then
PEICE, 81.03 PER DOTTLE
PAUL G. SCHUHS,
jn lOB Commercial Ave.
rho People's Eomody.
Tbo Universal Pain Ext actor.
Noto: Aak for Pond's Extrnct.
Take uo otaer.
"ll'r,r: for I will .w-idToTTxecUcat tUlnjc.
lnjiirifH to Mn nrllcv.i,
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trot-lure, i uu, licern
teil or Inclertl Wi.ntiiU
lilt-nun j.iiukii. or
Son Bli-i-U, an, jll.
ln limn ur 'It-etli
HIIik - HlmlliiK I'IIm,
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J.umliuKo. innif Unci:
! T.iroiii or Umiiiy
Nwreor liilUinnl Dun in
r Miiiiii-H, luilumrd
I'Mlnfnl or too i'roitn
Nllfc l.i-jc. muria ii Dm.
uml 'I mhi..im
lilil in-v INiiiiiiliiliii.
urovel nnd .-l!rii!.inn--
i'kaliiiKN unit i;xnirii
uuiih in iniauti, or
Mirli-iim- Vfln, i;n.
lurKwl i-r linl.iuif.l win-i
Ult-t-m, (lid S.iit-H, inirr-
(lolU, Curliiincli-i., Tu
mom. Hot Mui UN,,-.
ori.h Hnd lliiiiliuid, t'tiat-
il or Sine IVit,
l I- (iallH
rolmi ortVhlilun-, Frost
ill l.tlllllM I'at lM
Mfiuiiiall.. II . . .. .... .
I blliH, Clinp-il lliuulo.
I'llMl-x IJ.yritAC-rijfor.ulBl.yall TlrM.
I.lnitit lrui;KiNm,itu, ri'c..iiiiiie.,ili-il.y
nil lriiwliitj, riiynlclani, and terj.
hiMly who liim fur iii.ti It.
I'nniliii-t ront.iliiiiiKlll.toryiiinl tVi-anuill.
rd ntoiiniippllciillou, If not f-miidutyour
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New Vork nml l.ittiihiu.
u. BOOK AGENTS WANTED.
..." c iv,l,.1.,,"r? who diMrt- to iimUb a bind
icvi.ii .i-iimj: u ok- by uli criitfun tu (hKu I
.rr.tory ,i .,ui- uvw ''Hi.tmyi.r Iowa," r
li!,"Mtor .?,K."u'uv ' r llihiiiry or w i',cn.
Mil nr t.iry ofih,- NurthHuii," t.ncli uT
Ibri-v book uru new uml cnuulii ur 1,'ollltn.
ipiilono t-ach Un-lutirr uvtr t"-' maw Iiik
Vimcuiiei-i UvcuI'm iime iiUtcm touuyiiUVur
any other book. ilglve cclu.v niiiiory ,
ll'innl coraml.eluii, t;,c .-i-ml lorpuvati- n-rin..
iinnil- luckiim', circular, tc , to ilu- ulllci'
nnuv t ymi. Adilrim '
"U.i"U "!:' CO , l'liblUhcr,
ii ''"H'n,tMii.,iir Urn Moliii-H lonn,
Great Oledioal Bnnlc
jud -ifciftd loi LH-lltmid ben, Scut fnc f ir
tiro ainin. , ildrci
JOinfM UiUICAJ. IXHTlTUTn
VM5-dir rt tf-jdiuli, ftto.
PAINT AND OIL DEAJdHRP.
PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET AUTI0LE8.
DRUaOISTS' FANC V GOODS, COLLIEK WHITE LEAD.
WAX PLOWEIt MATEKi JlL, WINDO W QLAM,
BBUHIIES, SOAPS, COLOR. OILS,
WL solicit corniontcnm nn-t onlrH irom KniciUi I'hynlcluii and (It nersl ltore In win
of Kod In our lino SiiMinlmt t'l.u.tut.oii mid 1 iiiiiily Afi-Ulclm Cum F-irnUhed or , i-
tilled with reliable Drus' t rdwotwl li; ruli-u.
WHOLESALE tX RETAIL.
74 Ohio I.evo-).
NOW IS THI. TIME!
Presents For All!
A Ne w Method
"Revolution in the
U'e announ to tliu l'u'i!
i.f Culro :-n-l Virnfl) tuiit we t-aVP n;
opt-.1-1 nt our Did stand
XTo. 142 c& 144b Commercial Av.
A full, I iirnDk:. nu t V !! '"li-trd St.,ck nl
DRY GOODS & CLOTHING,
Iidlin' and Orntli men'0 Kiirnl-hlns i.O' !, where wr 'I and arc now prcpnird to offci
THE BEST INDUCEMENTS EVER GIVEN BEFORE.
We pin) o-c In jrliv In our Dry Uood xtotr Ic nch mid tvery fii'luin'r pnirli'lnK to thvanx.unt
nf -cirii i.ollur- (rTI.'lin hpI nl" i hHc i iirnlni will U-tmlir-cive llir futtirr cmBilwife
licrtluluit pljcut in a-, H.iitiiiK ttai pull ell. .t our brittdurl, will Iv Uicl lo malt the ,mr
Wo solicit a call from one and ull.
HEILBRON & WEIL,
142 & 144 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
IMMENSE STOCK! GREAT VARIETY! LOW PRICES!
Provisions, Seeds, and other Produce.
Wm. Glenn & Sons,
08, TO, mid 72 Vine
F. M stogh:flth,
Importer and Wholosalo Doaler in
Wines and Liquors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a ftill st ck of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
bcT PAEB uoiJ8e CHICACO
aiitnff,0'- Av.,Oor, 8tk5
of Making a
Dry Goods Trade!"
gin rMnrntd lo Cairo sn-l