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HMtdfK MtU Every ".
JOHH R. OBKKLY, Editor.
Tlic now secretary, ClianJIer, received
rail from prominent crxoiis on UieSOtli.
Among the llrst caller wns Col. John
S. Moby, of Virginia. The Secretary
g.ild that when he left Michigan for Wash
ington he had no more Idea of being In
vited to a scat In the Cabinet than of
going to heaven, Klljah-llkc, In n chariot
of lire, nud that consequently he would
return home In the latter irt of this
week to arrange his business nud bring
on hli fainllj
In the Circuit Court, nt Marlon, on last
Tuesday, Marshall Crnln confessed that
ho was the murderer of unfortunate
Spcncc. It will bo remembered that on
the night of the day on which SIsnoy was
burled, Spcnco wag slaughtered while In
the not ot 0ctilng his store door. The
first shots did not kill him, when a pistol
was put to his head and discharged, the
ball passing through his brain. The
murder was brutal and unprovoked, and
In connection with the killing of SUney
caused the excitement and meas
ures that have brought tho
perpetrators to Justice. Cruln
confessed before Judge Crawford. Wit
nesscs will bo examined by the Judge to
cnablo him to ft.v the penalty lor the
crime. When Grain's case Is disposed
of, Mustek will be tried. It Is believed
he will nlso make a confession. .If If.
Craln, Black 11111 and Yellow
11111 Craln, alleged participants hi the
Spcncc assassination, will be tried this
term of eourt. All this looks like busi
ness, and we now commence to think
that Williamson county will sec better
days lu the future.
Quite an Interesting social event took
place In Murphysboro, Jackson county,
last night. It was the marriage of Mr,
Joe P. Hobarts, editor of the Jackson
County Era, and also of the Southern II
llnoisan, to Miss Lillic Ozburn. The
nuptials were performed in the Methodist
Episcopal Church, by Kev.Kobcrt Allyn
D. D IX. IX, President of tho Southern
Illinois Normal University. Tho grooms
men wero the Hon. William A
Lemma, and W. C. Dowell, of Carbon
dais ', and the bridesmaid, Miss Lou O.-
burn and Miss Mollie Jenkins, ot Mm
pliysboro. Tho church was crowded to
ita utmost capacity with the best people
ot the county, thrco hundred cards liuv
lug been 6cnt out. Tlic bride is the
daughter of the lato Col.
Lludorf Ozburn, colonel of
the 31st Illinois volunteers, and
is a cousin of Gen. John A. Logan. Joe
P. Hobarts, the groom, Is well known in
Southern Illinois as a Journalist. He Is
the sou ot Dr James Uobarts, of Carbon
dale, Secretary Board Trustees Southern
Illinois Normal University. We receiv
ed an Invitation to be on hand and wit
ness the ceremony of uniting our friend
to one of tho most estimable and accom
plished young ladles of Murphysboro,
but were unable to attend.
Wf h thelrllvumny rovt no I'olnr uii,
Bute-aim h tlik-son orient lujii,
Wilt-men volct-smelt lu ciidi-nce willitlicliicn
And ctiunt their low song-i of oilier ilnys.
MECKETARY OF THE 1 .1 TKRIOB.
At length the Secretary of the Interior
has been appointed by President Grant.
Xach Chandler Is his name. It Is pre
sumed that Mr. Chandler was not ex
tremely anxious to All the position; but
as soon as he had signified his willingness
to be burdened with Mau-afrald-of-hls-horses,
Little Bad Man, and the rest of
the festive red men who are drinking
government whisky and watching, with
eagle eyes, the aggressive white man,
the commission wag made out and a note
sent to Chief Justice Carter, ol the dis
trict supreme court, to appear at the
White House. The Chief Jus
tice responded to the call from
tlic Presidential mansion nud was re
quested to .swear in Zach Chandler,
which feat was accomplished, and the
cx-senator was resurrected from banish
meat and stood nearer to the great heart
of the Government. The Cabinet met,
and Zach was assigned a chair at the
table or the happy family. If Little Bad
aiau .lumpu any more of his fandango
gymnastics aroim-i United States com
missioners while Chandiei u managing
the Black Hills horotcope, nothing short
of Presidential Interference, based upon
arguments of divine amplitude will save
his savage and unkempt head. If he has
a grandfather in the happy grounds who
sprees around through tho States like
King Phillip, assisting three-card montc
men at spiritual seances, it would be advis
able for him to write to the aforesaid ven
erable and roylng spirit and tell him that
he will "le" him in u heavenly war
danec in a short time. Zach may be a
ltepublican ns wild as Wattcrson's howl
ing raccoon, but ho won't stand aJ' non
ene from Little Bad Man. A ponderous
dragoon will be ordered to cleave his ugly,
unwashed body In twain, and label It for
the Illimitable and gorgeous hunting
plains (where the sun is like the venerable
William Allen, either in tho act of rising
up or sitting down), with the appropriate
and striking cognomen, revised
and corrected, of Little Dead Man.
ELECTION FRAUD IK OHIO.
Nearly COO.000 votes were cast lu Ohio
wring the last election. In that State
t!u "iV01 10 CXC(:-'d V,000 Inhabit
and nukes 0l,e vote t0 v,iry f0lr
toOWo'0populatio" a,ld K
In 1W3. t uT,morc votcs U,8U e cast
polled than cvtr m ' ' !"0ro votcs wero
President of tho u,, ' d ,tt!'y 11,1,0 for
wonderful increase sw r 1,1 '
ctrn the power of mo,, Jiw" ca lV
of the halloUlmr m, nir., ,u tl,u work
-J'iUa,U)fl 'I'll II
publican party is having u'J,lto
frmud heaped upon It,
fait adduced .7
that nartv of ,w. '"M
paitj of 'li-Uon
and corruption no avenue of escape.
Notwithstanding tho covert work of the
llrpiiblle.in tool., that parly, which for
merly l olled up 10,000 majority, has sunk,
with nil its fraudulent devices and trick
ery, to about fi.UOO majority. The records
show that hi forty-nine counties Allen
gained over his previous election. The
remaining thlrly-nlne counties chow n
gain for his opponent, mainly lu the
counties of Cuyahoga, I.uca, Hamilton,
Franklin and Ashtabula. Tlie arc con
sidered the counties where the false counts
were made the bulk of the work being-
done In Cuyahoga, Lucas and
Ashtabula, counties convenient to
Canada, whence the majority for
the Jtepubllcans was purchased with
ltepublican gold. Cuyahoga county
gave $00 Democratic majority in 187-1. It
was changed to C,:i7." ltepublican majority
lit 1S"j. The Cincinnati KnnmrernhU :
"Docs anybody Mipposc that this was
done with an honest vote? Is it reason
able to suppose that n change ol won
thousand would be made In u county
casting lcs than twenty thousand votes?
Cincinnati Is on the frontiers of Kentucky
and n great railroad centre, and we ac
cordingly Fullered largely from the tam
pering with the ballot-boxes by the
money power." Tins vat and palpable
fraud may, f-erpcnMlke, unwind Its poi
sonous bodv nud show the magnitude of
Its treaoheroue work. If gold bought a
ltepublican victory lu Ohio, gold will
surely opeji the lips of thoo who were
base enough to assist lu the criminal mi-
Some people call It a "blast," a "turn
lug over," the "bluff," a "racket," etc.,
uut wnat ueau will me foiiowm-: come
"Poor old Itadieal Cincinnati ! it al
ways hated the South and the Southern
ncople. It has stuck to that wurtviuiil
seen Chicago bum and pass It lu growth.
St. LouU reducing it ton fourth-rate con
cern, and even Louisville will leave It lu
tlic lurch lu n tew years. Its merchants
arc world-wide known as picayune skin-
miiis, uiismisuug everyuouy, us people
at large as iiarrow-imnucti ingots in poli
tics and religion, and exceedingly vulgar
In lnanners.Tlie'hlghcst cdtieatioti a man
ever attains there Is to kill mid clean hogs!
They havecoarfc complexions, large feet,
and would skin a Ilea tor Its hide nud tal
low, especially if they could .shove the
tallow; offfor butter." Augusta Constitu
tionalist, "llal'tcad Murat, the beef-eater of the
Cincinnati Commercial, can reply to the
foregoing whenever he gets ready, and
when he does we may reproduce a cer
tain speech of a certain member of the
Ohio Legislature tornlnst lilin." Vichs
Cincinnati Is fust bring outrun in point
of population and commercial Importance
by her sister cities ot tho West, and be
fore many years when the Mississippi
valley Is relnylgorated through tho in
strumentality ot tuu genius ol fcaus or
Cowdon, she will be left far behind by
Cairo, Memphis, Vlckburg and New Or
leans, and all cities watered by the broad
and useful tributary. She will be cut oft
from the South and West by cities larger,
richer and more active than herself. Her
very pulse her hog trade, mav be
tapped by a broader and more powerful
artery. Then she will bristle up lu vain.
It has not been our good fortune lu late
years to examine, with a critical eye, the
modern Cincinnati foot; but wo have
seen Murat llulstead, and were impressed
with his capacity for lunch and fluids,
and the volubility and vagaries of his
tongue. General Peter Tracy, tho ac
knowledged Southern lecturing agent,
once toured him through the South, and
Murat's Cincinnati habits would con
stantly assert thcmtclvcs, and like thu
Grand Duke, with his eominodoro ad
junct, lie would elude the vigilance
ot the constant Peter and
perambulate ami lunch, and
take lluids by himself, haying no special
regard for the perspective audience that
was In tho mind's eye of General Tracy,
the public agitator and manager of the
harmonious preludes that heralded the
comical sayings of the brilliant and adi
pose genius. We do not know much
about Cincinnati's big feet ; nor do we
know aught of her hogs, but we have
seen her Murat on the stage, and in vail
oils singes pecular to members of the hu
man family. There's money in him.
Scarlet fever, in a malignant form, is
prevailing lu Louisville.
Iltitchins of the St. Louis Times is
negotiating for the purchase of the New
The returns of tho late Iowa election
now figure up a majority for Kirk wood
of a llttlo over 31,000.
St Patrick's heart got the better of
him. He did not kill all thu snakes. A
gardener In Ireland has jut killed one
that is live feet long.
The Prince of Wutes take? the Cin
cinnati Times, that paper says, and few
who have an extremely bad opinion o'
him will doubt the assertion.
The New York Graphic Is engaged
lu publishing the "Diary of Gatli," an
Interesting production which gives the
pedigree of the Townseud family.
Two hundred dwellings, a nyua-
gogue and live schools In Widsy, Poland,
nave tjeeu nurucil. home persons per
ished and three thousand arc, homeless.
Cocke, the man who was shot in thu
terrible fight with young Melienry, lu
Scnatobla, Mississippi, whom he killed
with u knife, died on last Wednesday
The Qiilucy papers are engaged lu an
altercation over the policy to bo pursued
lu preventing the removal of the county
seat from that city. In the meantime tho
opponents 31 Qulncy feem to bo united
on a policy, and hard at work,
A eommltteo of prominent citizen.-
of East Feliciana parish, headed by Mr.
nepes, conservative member of the house
from that parish, waited upon acting
Governor Antolno yesterday with a view
of concerting measures to suppress law
Ait Incendiary lire In Meinnhls. on
uio -Mm lut., destroyed six small build
, 7. . r rr
K " ' sum' "I'l'OMte the .Missis-
111 nmi 1 '- depot. They were
oeeupl,a as saloons, confeclionaries and
green groceries. Lo.s about $.",000 ; in
sured In various companies
Some ot the Chicago papers arc ob
jecting to Judge McAllister os a candidate
lor Judge of tlic Circuit Court In Cool;
county, that he Is not a citizen of the
county his residence being nt Wauke
gan, Laku county.
The committee appointed lit investi
gate tlic Bed-Cloud agency frauds con
cedes that glaring frauds were perpetra
ted, but shifts tho responsibility for them
Iroin Delano's shoulders to that of his
subordinates. Professor Marsh's charges
are fully substantiated, notwithstanding
the late secretary of the Interior is thus
Now is the time to gather nuts.
"We'll all go nutting' Is the song ol the
girls and boys of the country. Blazing
llres, howling winds, buxom girls, ghost
store?, and uut cracking those are the
charms of whiter nights In the country :
"In lliL-(.-lrn, llio IotR-ly rU'ii,
Wlu-ir the iiinrmiiruiri wnler How,
'I he lirow n nmi Hit- fallow mil
Drop Into tlii-ili'iithg below."
The Turkish Government has Issued
a decree ordaining that the Interest on
the national debt, as well n that portion
of tlic principal which falls due In the
next live years Muill bo paid halt hi cash
and half In live per cent, bonds. As Tur
key owes foreign bankers about ono bil
lion, tills announcement has excited
European llnanclal circles.
A recent issue of the Pad uc.il i AVu-t
has the following : "The last Cairo Gazette
contains the pionuuciaiiientd of Moso
llairell, who announces hlniselfa candi
date for Treasurer and Assessor of Aler
ander county. It Is briel and to the point.
Itthe people want the best man In the
county for the oillcc they should select
Mosc. I Ic knows everything concerning
that comity and Is the man for the place.
c hope he may be elected."
Tho Chicago Tribune speaks of Prl
vato naizeii in tnc lotiowlng manner
"Private D.ilzell, the accomplished lite
rary bore, has actually been elected to the
Ohio Legislature. His majority in No
ble county was 10J, Gov. Hays' lain
but G7. lu Caldwell, his native town
the Private had 'J4 majority nud Gov
Allen had a majority ol 1. Tho election
of the Private is ono tiling not needful
the lly in the ointment ; the ounce of tour
lu the pound of sweet. But it is all sweet
Old man Davis, ex-President of thu
Confederacy, travels around a great deal
during his old age. He U now in VIeks
burg Investigating the eau.-e of all the
fun emanating from thu column of the
Herald. The cities and rural district
have been laughing too loud over tho:
Jokes, and the old man wants to know
all about It. illiam Allen Is going there
to "sit down" and wait for his time to
"rise up" and until he learns what all
the fun is about.
The Boston Globe, a ltepublican
journal, Is severe on Governor Ames, of
Mississippi. It charges him with belli
responsible for thu political troubles hi
.Mississippi, and says that If the Gover
nor would go home ami live with his fa
ther-In-law, Mississippi would bo hotter
ol), and Massachusetts would try and
keep him out of mischief. All thu South
ern Stales would have renewed prosperity
if tho carpet-baggers would pack up and
leave for their homes in tlic North.
The assignees to whom Gen. W. L.
Washburn, of Minneapolis, made an as
signment a little less than one ycar
slnee, having adjusted and paid all ol his
heavy liabilities, dollar for dollar, have
reconveyed to him a largo amount of
property left In their hands after liqui
dating his debts, which lu value amounts
to over $300,000. and Mr. Washburn re
sumes business with credit strengthened,
and his hitherto honorable and high
business reputation uulmpcaclicd.
Prof. Tieu is being strengthened
every day and fortified by facts. Thu
Silver City (New Mexico) Herald gives
an account of n fearful storm of wind,
rain and hall which deluged that vicinity,
uprooting trees, blowing down houses,
and washing away much valuable prop
erty. It occurred on the twenty-sixth
of September. Hailstones as largo as an
ordinary coll'cc-cup fell hi large numbers,
and for u while It was feared that the
result of the terrible visitation would be
the destruction of thu place with all Its
inhabitants. As It was thero was not
even one life lost.
1 he (Juiiicv Herald says: "The
newspapers that hate the Chicago Times
are rejoicing because the grand jury lias
Indicted I'. It. Wllkle, one of the editors
of thc'7'tiro, lor subornation of perjury.
It Is alleged that Wllkle, ns agent of the
Times, hired parties to make allldaylts to
blast thu reputation of Alice Karly, who,
It will bo remembered, obtained a verdict
agulust the Twits last spring for libel.
Don't tho newspapers that dlsllku the
Times let tho court try tho caso. But one
side has been heard as yet, and that is
thusldu of thu Times' enemies, Proba
bly Mr. Wllkle will be ablu to show tho
caso up In a different light."
Isaac P. Warren and Win. II. Wy-
mau, of New York, havo madu a general
assignment to Andrew Taylor for tho
benefit of their creditors. Itutterlek &
Co., of-19S Broadway, dealers lu fashion
plates, patterns, etc., and Win. L'ttenger,
ol 01 Mercer street, furs, are announced
:is suspended. Butteriek & Co.'s liabili
ties aro set down at $'JOO,000, and their
assets are believed to be small. Ktten
ger's liabilities are 1100,000, ami his
assets about $50,000. Ho has offered his
creditors thirty cents on tho'dollar. The
estate of tho Broadway dry goods tlrin of
Ilice, Goodwin & Walker will, It lb said,
pay one cent on the dollar.
M. Kouher niado a speech at Ajaccio,
France, on Saturday last. It Is of such an
aggressive character that Its publication
in Paris will possibly be prohibited. He
made an attack upon cx-Prcsldcnt Thiers
and theOrleanlsts licensing them of hav
ing blocked up all avenues of power. Ho
censured President MaeMahon, mid suid
that since thu SUth of May, 1873, when
Hie Marshal was chosen president, ho had
Incurred heavy responsibilities. M.
ltouher declared that the revUionary
clause of the Constitution remained in
tact. The Bonanartlsh. he wild, mo in
favor of universal sullragc. They ate
content to appeal to the people In order
to give an expression to National will.
The Twelfth Annual Convention of
the Brotherhood of Locomotive Lngl
neers wn begun hi New York on Tues
day, M. W. Ilollirook, of that city, pre
siding. Among tlioo present were W.
ltobinson of Toronto, L. II Green of
leveland, C. A. Hunt of I'lidi-vlHe,
Ohio, C. II. Sherman and George W. 1-V
,'or, Chaplain, of Indianapolis. The pro
ceedings were opened with prayer by
!ev. L. I-'. Moore, alter which a letter
was read from Mavor Wlcklmm, express
ing his rejmt at being unablo to attend.
n address of welcome was read by
Clarkson N. Potter and replied to by
First Grand Hugliieer, S. T. lngrahani,
Clevelauij. Grand Chief, Peter Ar
thur, ol Cleveland, then rend the annual
.llnnketl Men In Ailmiius ('111 iiMui.
Iriw rull ol lion",.
5 Littmc Itoc-K. Ant... October 20. The
ShcrlU'of Arkan-as county left Dewitt,
the county seat, on Sunday morning In
charge of two pil-oncrs, onu a colored
man named tanigaii, who had been sen
tenced to tlic penitentiary at tins place.
urn was on ills way ueiv, ami tlic oilier
named Dugaii, n while man, who
had been sentenced to bo hanged
by the circuit court of the county, for the
murder of Ahab Ionian one year ago.
The decision was reversed by thu Su-
lireli'e I oiu t, ana llio priioner ii-iMnntletl
back for a new tiial. The prisoner's
eounsellprocurod a change of venuu to
Monroe county, nnu nail linn in charge
to deliver him to thu sheriff ( I that
coiintv at ( larcndon. 'I I icy ariivedat
St. Cliailis, on White river, about -t
o'clock Sunday afternoon. About
o'clock at night, whllu wsltlnglora boat,
a nati'i ii masKcu men, numbering
tweiitj-luo, all well arired, made
their appearance, and took charge
ot i no Micriu ami his posse
ami tuu priMiuurs. l no prisoners were
bound togeiner ami siiung n cha rs be
fore the lire. The mob tired into Dugan,
killing him instantly, and then denarteil.
They aru Mippo-cd to bo leading citizens
ot Arkansas county. Tliecirciunstauccs
of the Killing ot luinanliy Dugan were
of a revolting character. Inuian had
married a daughter of Dugan's sometime
before the minder, and tho two, while in
town, had ioine word-, but came to an
amicable understanding before they
sioricu ior iiome. line on uie road
Dugan drooped back to the icar and
llred Into liimaii, putting one load of
buck-shot hi his side and out. hi liN back
and then Muddling a rille out of the
hand' of a gentleman uecouipaiiliig, put
a bullet in the back of his head, ile then
took the body and threw It Into the White
river, and in a lew days after it io;u and
lodged against a snag. He came along
in a skill, took the body and cut it In two,
tied a ca-t-iron plow-case to one-half and
tilled the. dead man's drawers with sand,
tied tli-'in together, and sunk the severed
body in thu river.
A Hoy ill heitiiilul.
A terrible story coine from Spain,
which, if tt no, destroys all hope of a lb
cunt government under King Alfon-o,
and proves that he U following in the
footsteps of ids liifamou-. mother. The
facts as told by a .Madrid correspondent
of thu Jioston Journal are ih follows :
"The king and tho duke of Sexto have
been corrupting the daughter and the
wife of nn officer in tho army, ho?u
homo I- the i-ccouil or third door from
.Mr. 1 ii-liing's. iiu was In the north
fighting, but hearing of tho king's fre
quent vUlts at his hoip-e,
he cainu suddenly to the city,
and entering his home late at
night, found the king and the duke of
Sexto In the lioii'c ; ho -hot at the king,
but lulled liltu, and was Iiim-elf .-hot
dead by the duke of Sexto, who was be
hind lilin. The street police beard the
pistol shots, and came running to their
rescue, but were sent about their hii-I-ness.
The body was given to a night
watchman, who carried it nobody know-,
where, and Is now receiving, it is eaid,
$ 100 a month. The maid -crvant, who
was an cyo-witness ot tho murder, dis
appeared the next day ome sav wa
a-alnatcd. Hut shu had had tline to
tell her lover. When he loiind she was
disposed of he hid hiin-elf lor some days,
but ventured out at last, and was found
dead hi tho street, stabbed, one morning."'
The judge before whom the ea'o of thu
nr.it murder would nave come, being :
llrm and Incorruptible man, was nnir
dcrcd, and the report given out that lie
had committed suicide. Xonu of the pa-
I'Kin ii. in; iu luiiiiiiciu iijiun me iiieis, ami
tliii courts are silent and Inactive, al
though the story ha gone privately from
i.i-nou to naieeiona, and ibero Is Intcii'
leenog on uie sunjeci. ftp vera 1 persons
n.-nu iicen niiineu en 10 prison lor darlii"
to talk on the subject. Canovas del Cas
tillo, the niiiiio minister, lias reigned.
and a radical change has been madu lu
the ministry in a liberal direction, with
the hopo ot ward ng oil a involution
The young king is said to he surrounded
by tnosc who strive to govern him by
pandering to his passions, as they did to
thosu of young Amadous, yho was thus
ruined, and thu peace of his family de
stroyed. I he whole government from
head to foot is pervaded with licentious
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ami it Uutuimlned to
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(i'X-it Monday) In the llutlrlin IIiiIMIiik, cor
ner Wnsliinglon m line mul Twiinh street.
line IlLi.t.KtiN It M-netl to rlly BiiWrltx-rsliy
Cilthnil mirier ntTwi-HlyVlw' OnU nWifli,
iiiyulilc wet-My. Ity.M.ill, (In mhmire), 10iit
annum; f amitlm, $('.( time inotilli.i, t.1; nnc
in. mill, $1
THE WEEKLY' lUIIiliETIN.
l'tilillsiiol every 'thiimLiy morning nt $1 -J.',
". tt hum I ii , lnriirlulily In mhum-e. 'I he pottage
on tin Wn-kly will lie in mld al tills (jll.ee, ho
thai milwill-erj will obtain Torn snliserlhlloii
rice of l ii j ear.
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One (Mnare, tuo IHM-rllum, J U)
One (ii.iie, one we, k, i! fl
Due (mjiiiiiv, tun Mceks, ;IM
One Hiliaie, three weeks', I W
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One eqiinie, one inmtlon,..
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K3 I'n lenlar ii'hcrll'ern wc ofl'i r superior in-
ihteimnitd, both in to rate nl rhartfi' and man
ner of illi".laylnK their funis.
Ccniinunlcatlono upon aubjact.i of Ken
oral intoicat to tho public solicited.
S3"AU l!l.-.inns I.etlelShliolild be mldrof id to
4'aii-ii Itullellii i"oitimny
PAUL G. SCHUH
AND WILL WARRANT
FEVER i AGUE
When ovorv other rmtont modi
cino fails to euro tho Chills, thou
PRICE, 81.00 PER BOTTLE
PAUL G. SCHUH'S,
108 Commercial Ave.
Iho People's Remedy.
Tho Univorsnl PninExt nctor.
Ask for Ponil'u
Take no other
"Heav: for 1 w 111 uneak of e.i-ellenl thinr
In.jiirli-s i, Jlannrlleat,
I 1'iiIIh, Unil-c'.i.
Sli-iiln, .sprain, funlii-
1 riu-f iiim-h. I'nN, Iiei in.
Ifl or Incisnl WoiiiiiIh
lilei-illnu' I. iiiil's, or
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IMIIiilllKOl ItllMMl (Mill
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1-alnia, Swilliil rate
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, l.tmiliaito. Iiim- llaek
Sure Thrum or (Jiilniy,
IHptln rln, Ilroiii lil.
Sim or Inllaim-1 j;jtn or
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I'aliilnl nr too f'rofint
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l-a.e mul 'h,
REMEDY ,.,.('ra.v''1 hlniiiL'ury.
tluiis of Inf.inlH, or
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EXTERNAL , 'iworfMiiiuiu-ii wihk
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I I'liiii ,,r Whitlow, Front-
111 J.ilnlK nr On . t j
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I'aiiiplili-I conlalnlnt.' III. lory mul Uci, mull,
it Ireo on uplluutluii, If not fuuml at jour
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
4W.wi.di,. V,,rh ,u"1 ",,,,,,,H-
Coi-nor Wushlunton Av. and 14th Stroot,
OPEN EROM 6 TO 0 P.M. DAILY.
Wuntlnir Nehonl r linillurMiir fcm.t.ll.,H alinnlil wrltu
3,i:, 1IAKKII. No. 11 N Pi-MntiKtHt l.ouln.Mv.
PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES,
DRUGGISTS' PANC y GOODS, (JOLLIER WHITE LEAD
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW GLASS,
BRUSHES. SOAPS, COLORS, OILS,
Wl-folicil rrri"ionitetii,eiinil onlir-i frr,m
of irooiU In onr line ."tiiitnl at.l lii.i
llllnl with reliable Unit') at re.i oiinlili rati -,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, CAIRO RETAIL &. PRESCRTPTIOS
NOW IS THE TIME!
Presents For Mill
A Now Method of Mnlcing a
"Revolution in the Dry Goods Trade !"
We annoiinie to Uie I'nl lir of t m uul N . .i Hi it w- l v flrani n:,irnl I t Mini ami
i.jk. ,il ..' .,i ID- :..ii'
2To. 142 & 144 Commercial Ave.
fe 1 (.'.n.plitu Will.-.I-, It 1 i
DEY GOODS & CLOTHING,
IjiiIU.' amt (.enlli-ineii'ii Inriil-'iiii l, '" it we will an 1 . n i.n-. ri- anil In oiler
THE BEST INDUCEMENTS EVER GIVEN BEFORE.
Wv iniHic lo irito In our Hry (.o, I .i,,H't,i' 'i I ' -i inier iu. - luniir In Die nmoiint
of.-ei n Kollur (7), leu arl-s i.f i u'i 'ui -iin wi'ii.i l. .,-m- tin- Intme i iiilili-iur
heiilolort- luet', in IK, u-iilrliiK tin n1 l.c . u i mi n. -t !!. i l.-i v 1' Uml to int-llt the riiinr
Wc solicit a cull from ono and all.
HEILBRON 8l WEIL,
142 & 144 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
IMMENSE STOCK! (!IIE.T .IIIETV! LOW IMW'ES!
Provisions, Seds, and other Producu.
Wm. Cierm o& Sons,
S. TO. and 72 inc
r. m. stogs:fl,s;th,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
FOREIOKT jG.JSTJD DOMESTIC
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full Htf ck of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY" ISLAND AND TAL1K0KNIA WINES.
anil lint nil
Ilnuri-lilft, I'liy.Wmi nmi (ienoral Store in mn
f. in nmi I'. iiilfv .Miilicliir I :mh rurulliul or rti-
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