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himself through the head with swSralth A
Wesson pUtol. on the mornlo of the.
km Mid that he believed he 'h1 itlllml
Besides lo'lnf Hoffman and Manner,
we re now called upon to drop a tear
over the gnre or Oulbonl, whose re
main hare furnished us many lUma dur
ing doll l!M. M h tWcn six years to
safclr plant them In a Cathollo cemetery.
Oullionl was burled on the Wtk hut., In
the cemetery of the Catholic, at Mon
treal, Canadaj beta eseorled it Ma flitnl
place of rest by an armed body or men.
Although tho Catholics objected to the
burial, no ' rietaoiistratlons' were'
made A cold November rain
drlttrd upon the colli n and
the spectator. White w6 win nit
Gulbord, we are glad that the drama,
which commenced rtx years ajro, has
ended without a tragedy. But wo still
hare Beecher, and feet satisfied that he
will last until Spring. Ho has been a
faithful itaud-by Tor . a 'leu time. Hp
had hi faulu, lika otker Heu, and Wed
Elizabeth unwisely and too well, causing
Theodore to grieve and raise a row. T.lfn
1 fleeting, and all are now gone except
Hcnrr. whom we shall treasure all the
more. - - -
Maw AX ITEM TKATBLEU.
During the auaamer month?, when the
senior ot the Bulletin was absent, and
the compositors had played a brilliant
week's engagement; without crossing the
street every hour, we wrote a compli
mentary artiolc oa the d d printer
(which we regretted the next day). After
traTellng all oyer the United States and
Canada, In country and city papars, and
being excoriated by editor who felt sore
orer Its truths, It has at length returned,
through the medium of Route's Reporter,
decapitated and shorn of its extremities,
precnting a very plump and respectable
appearance, and reading Tery sad. For
writing it we were dcnoinluated a "black
smith," and Rowell calls us an exaspera
ted and sarcastic smith. While, we regret
that we, InjpMblng moment,, spoke
well of printers, we feel gratified that our
bellows were not blowa for nothing, and
that the' crude Item has returned home
feeling aad at the loss ( its tail and head.
Although it Is Inanimate, it certainly
met with rough uisge during its summer
and fall trip,' and we1 will now retire It
among tht scrap lroa to be produced in
another shape thronglrthe Instrumental
ity ot our editorial bellows.
Cairo Is the gate city between the North
and SouthTand necessarily bccomti an
objective point to travelers. Since the
first flight of migratory birds, other birds
of passage men and nomen com
menced to enter Cairo, lingering awhile,
then disappearing in a night. The ma
jority of these creatures are thieves, ma
king their way 'southward, to ply their
trade until the beat of summer cither
drives them back, or hands them over to
the undertaker. One batch of this clan
of people ran up iuto high numbers, over
forty, causing Mayor Winter to istue a
proclamation, and put In 'service an ex
tra polios force. Their route was to the
South. They were soon tollowed by oth
ers, wearing the same hard, cruel
cast of features, their, footsteps turned
southward. When'qncstoncd' they ro
tcas to be mechanics In search of employ,
went, are generally without money, and
have traveled a great distance. The
Southern .cUlea, lining aufeml through
the depredations of these men, are com
mencing to learn how to provide for
them, and may, tills whiter, under (ho
vagrant laws, put them to work that will
prove remunerative to the citizens.
Memphis has turned President's Island
Into a farm where county and city pris
oner earn their dally bread bv the
sweat of the brow.
Ul'X.BOATa el THE BIO UK A! BE,
The Cuuritr-Journil wants to know
what has become of the gun-boats on the
Rio Grande, and says: "It was geuerally
supposed that they would Intimidate the
maraudors." All the gun-boats In the
service ot the United States would not
stop the operations ol the thieves. Why i
Because the narrow river U rnr.,m,
Therefore the wagon roads on each aldo
uo not run along the edges of the rim,
but leave acres of around In tho bonds
made by the abrupt turns ot the water.
ormu, iow tree, covered with ai
moss, line the banks, the ground being
o unaerorusn. la tbete places,
tboutands ot bead ot cattle could be hid
Zrnt?!Z. ,1.' drive into
anu across the river. A m.
boat might be within short cannon raago
of the bldlngmaraaiaers; and yet would
have to travel at least ive miles to reach
U place. The only -effective way to
deal with Mexican banditti is to place
upon iae Dauks or the frontier river
regiment ol rangers, under command ot
Old Hip Ford. They woi-.ld not be idle,
but would cover the valley from Browns!
ville to Roma, tad" have tuelr scouts ou
every cattle trail tot ween the rl vera Rio
Grande and Nuebea. A cainpaiga of six
months by these Cossacks of tho plains
would remedy the evil and deprive many
Mexican faudll. of their legitimate sup
The lightamg that .truck Joyce, and
caused Ulm to read a very rlutculoas Ici
ture, tiuthehad evidently
mon agreeable treat, before the n-
timk that Mi Nrt-'jNNftt fcrevet brlgv
aUo atritek la Cairo. We leel very sorry
that K UHtjw.lt forked aad UhhUnsr
t9BfiM thto wVi particularly so oa o
ousH o-Mri Uae, whosa we Unctwly
hope may be able to come ont of the
trouble with a clear record. Tho light
ulaglia rnmllled and ."lung, and scorch
ed Til many localities In the State, and tho
exhuming parties discover only tho pit
trlil carcaa of tho Jtcpubllcan
exuding. Ita .Jlllh : jwdateuclu
The acts of this whisky ing
aro but light in comparison to some of
tkItepubllc.ui sfeallar Jobs that have
enriched men slnco tho Hputhern pcoplo
laid down their arms. Millions ot dol-
sari hvlotiging to tho peoplo have been
stolen to tcnrieh suck ibImmMv. .rnlr
brcast-srfneirerii , aa .these whisky,
thteve,'aiid olyi;at(rare Intervals, arc
they run In tunl'puhlslitd. Jdyce la the
first, and perhaps the last, of ttwproacnt
batch of robbers to recelvo merited nun.
Ishment. It Is reported that lie is verr
rich, and can well afford to servo a term
In return for what he has niad nwav
rME M'ltOXALB TKIAI..
In the McDonald whlskv trial now iro.
ing on In St. I-ouU three witnesses were
examined yesterday Macklot Tliomp
aoii, Major Meirrtse. and 'Alfred Bcvls.
Thompson coniuicnccd the illicit distil
lation of whisky in 1971, caullously, in-
renMng tho.qltautlty until 1873, when he
ran oitc-hnlf "crookesl" of hi whole
manufacture. Tin covernmeut store
keepers and gaugcrs knew of this. Paid
Megrue and Leavenworth $300 to $1,500
per week contributions. Assisted in rais
ing a fund of f 10,000 to huh Brazier, a
special government agent.
Megrue frequently conversed with Mc
Donald and Joyce about making money
by Illicit distilling, the distillers to be
protected by giving up a portion of tho
taxes taved. Between September 1871 to
November 1S72 ha collected $8,500 per
week. A certain sum being taken out
Ibr Leavenworth, to pay gangers, store
keepers, and assistant assessors and
collectors, tho balance was di
vided Into fire parts, one for ti1mse11
one for McDonald, olid for Joyce, and
two partsor Leavenworth, with the un
derstanding that they were for McKce.
He sometimes gave the money to
McDonald. At one . time he rave
McDonald $2,000 more than the othera.
On cross-exajnluation, Megrue men
tioned several occasions In which he had
given money to McDonald, and stated
he realized $50,000 or $00,000 from his
connection with the ring.
Bevls iald that In 1871 he made ar
rangements with Megrue to. manufacture
Illicit- whisky, the taxes to be used tor po.
lltlcal purposes. He paid from $300 to
$3,000 per week to Megrue, and was sure
McDonald knew what was transpiring.
Continued Thompson's testimouy In re
lation to tho $10,000 fund paid to Bra
zier. He and Leavenworth paid over the
money at the Southern hotel. McDon
aid, in conversation afterwards, Bald it
was all right. In 1874 had paid the ring
as high a $8,000 per week. Atoae tlme
nis partner and himself had called on
McDonald at tho Planters' house, and
some remarks, were .aU(le about the
distillers paying. $3,000 to Fitz
toy for MeDotiald, to, take to
r r-.r -
Washington to atop a raid. Understood
that Hie money paid to Megrue was tor
the benefit of tho supervisors, collector.
store-keepers, gaugcrs, Ac, to be used as
a campasgn fund. The witness said that
ho had fleca letters (shown bv .Toveel
purporting to be from Babcock and
Avery, at Washington, giving assur
ances of protection. He believed that
his linn had paid $100,000 to the ring
previous to the close of tho presldcntall
PRACTICAL, DKAB HEAT.
Almost every week wc receive marked
papers calling on u to "show around"
certain dead-beats; and what astonishes
us most I that these lellows invariably
pounce upon country editors whom they
victimize in an artistic inanucr. TbO la
test dead-beat heard from has been hov
ering around Carmi, and In tho capacity
of a doctor managed to defraud her citi
zens, including onn ot the editors ol tho
CarmlTiwM. Tho following, from the
columns of tho r'is, marked and for
warded, explains Itself:
Our readers will remember mi nivnr.
tlseraent of a certain B. F. Tomlln that
appeared in our columns a short time
since, and those who tried him will not
be surprised at seeing the following note
ruceiveu uy us ;
Joy linos. : Please DUbllshthe follow.
ing Item :
SHOW HIM VP I
Oakmi, III., Nov. 12, 1875.
Look nut for a certain Dr. B. V. Tom.
lln. He U u oerfect dead-beat and Urst-
class fraud, and will beat everyone that
nas anyuiiu to no witu nun.
UKOKOK tt. JtAZLEWOOU.
Reference D. M. Ivcy, grain dealer.
X ea. and wo too can add a little, lie
dead-beated us out of $103 50 : SlOO u a
doctor bill, for which ho damaged instead
oi ueipeu, anu a oo ou advertising. We
aiso pronounce mm a master nana at ly
insr. J. jsu. (Jiarke. of theuravvlllo Ind
ptiuUnt, reports himself $30 out on him :
mw ctiiuf oi mo r.uueiu journal Knows
him anmi. SIRnr n wnK u,
Indlana,editprs alsonowhm. AlUwugU
lie remalnd.herp ' about six months lie
never cured a single case to our knowl.
eugo. and damaged In some. He Is now
dul.bcatlng the peoplo of Vlncennes.
Will all lovers of honesty, and those who
desire to see snuh lazy, worthless cusses
kw w or. pwwo pass mm around
He pretends to hall from St. Louis.
While we feel lorry for friend Jov. wo
must confess astonishment thut a man of
uis intelligence, and an editor, should bo
far forget his home doctors ax to risk his
life and jieullif with a traveling fraud;
Show the St. Louis M. D, around 1 Cer
wduly, we show them all around. Cairo
would be u good flelf for tho doatorto
operate in. K ite has any spare baggage
It will be taken in. Our Ijyery stables
io jiujjijiicii wiin nana wagons, llou
cages, etc.; hotels with trunks that )iave
traveled by the pyramids, and evcrv
variety of "grip aack;" saloons with pis-
ui, vesui, iiais, anu overcoat. Our last
venture with a dead-beat consisted In thf
caiHuro of lof if starch. At.one time
wr iwoK-Kecper,. atucueu a, circus can-
am iieiu a uenpnan elephant. Send
that doctor to Cairo, and if lie 1 not ab
sorbed, medicines, Instruments and all,
we'll pay y0U the $105 50 he beat you
out of, friend Joy. That' tha kind of
culieni w ro.
THE AFPHvACaiXa CEHTENHIAI..
Tho Stab 'Board ot Centennial 'Man-
aer art uerag , eeryjsjsTort lb aroiisc the'
Pwpie,H owrj hum to me Met imk tise
tl la iVstlMnrosiehdur for tho oeenlsW
fttf iho world esfositlen, in the eentw-
niu tlme of tho. government. Juinpls
must make'a show second to no State
In tho Union.; Farmers, minors, mechan
ic and Inventor should 1ms on the move,
aa the time In which to till implications
lor spaeti ha nearly expired. A full ex
hibit of alt things pertaining to the in
dustries of the Htate ought to be presented
to the world through tho medium of tho
United Htatc.s (Jciiteniilal, which will oiieu
on tlio 10th of May, 1870, and closo ' tho
lOlh of November, 1870. The following
Is the action ol the Statu Board :
At a recent meeting of tho .State Bourd
ol Centennial Managers, held in Chicago,
resolutions were adopted, to which wo
wish to call the attention of all our read
er, and particularly those who have arti
cles which they wish to exhibit In the
Htntc Centennial Exposition of 1870. Wo
would impress upon their minds tho fact,
flint, all applications for space must be
inado immediately that our Htate may be
Hilly and creditably represented.
No inauufaetiirlnir establishment of
unr Importance can afford to lose this
splendid opportunity for exhibiting Its
specialties ot manufactured articles, ma
chinery or fabrics. Sell Interest, State
pride, and tmtlouul honor, demand un
immediate cflort on the part of nil such
noi only anouid manufacturers, agri
culturists, and inventors make their ap
plications, but also the proprietors ol
mines and quarries should secure' space
Immediately, lor the exhibition ot raw
materials, neatly prcpared.so that the va
rious excellencies of their products may
be properly shown,
facilities lor transport.ition and exhi
bition will be secured by the State Cen
tennial Board, tin Information be, given
lifnoh'd. That the nronrietors of tin; ill!'.
fercnt newspapers published in tho State
of Illinois, be requested to furnish a tile
of their Journals from May 10. to Nov.
10, 187G, to be placed iti the reading-room
ot the Illinois headquarters, lor the bene
fit of our citizena visiting (he Centennial.
JlesolccJ. That we earncitlv solicit
general and hearty co-operation of the
press ot the btate In urging the impor
tance or immediate attention to this mat
ter, and especially In strongly impressing
upon the nubile the fact that within tin;
next thirty days all applications for space
uiusi oe uieu. waruiiy appreciating the
value of the generous efforts put forth
by tho press to aid us In securing a rep
resentation in tlio Illinois IHipartment,
we rrsptctfullu request thai thev will nice
conspicuous reference to the fact that appli
cations for spaeein the Illinois Department
must be made prior to Dee. 1st, to Gen. J.
Cm. I.....,.. .... r .1. nr.- c.j.
Centennial Board. So. .S.i Washinnton
street, Chicago, and that the reception of
unties ai ii iu reposition uuiidings will
begin Jan. 0, and close April 10. The
Exposition to open May to, and close
Nov. 10. 1870.
Resolved, That the State Board of Cen
tennial Managers most heartily approve
of the formation of the Wom.Ws Centen
nial Association, and cordially commend
their organization to the citizens ol the
State at large.
Resolved, That the Secretary of this
Board be Instructed to forward a copy of
these proceedings to each newspaper in
.the State, with a request that they pub
lish the same.
Signed John P. Reynolds, President;
- F. L. Matthews, Carllnvllle; Lawrence
Wcldon, Bloomlngton ; Carlllo Mason,
Chicago; Francis Colton, Galcsburg;
Amos C. SpaiTord, Rockford ; J. C.
Geo. L. Fox, of "Humpty-Dumpty"
fame,' has gone crazy.
General Castella, the defeated Carlist
leader, has entered France.
A dense fog that hung over the Mis
sissippi river at Memphis recently, caused
steamers to loso time.
The aggregate value of tho cotton
already sent to Memphis this season ex
A Paducah policeman, owing to con
tinued bad health, resigns his position on
the police force.
The Fifth Avenue Furbish company
is presenting "The Two Orphans" in
Memphis, Tenn., to crowded houses.
The grand Jury at Columbus, Miss.,
failed to llnd a true bill against Lieutenant-Governor
Davis, charged with cor
ruption In ofllcc.
Many London young men of fashion
have actually gone to India to try and
force their way into an acquaintanceship
with the Prince of Wales.
Tho mayor of Peoria has Interdicted
the can-can leaturo of the Tivoll theater
in that place. We'll wager a nickel that
ho has been but recently elected.
Don Carlos means to get rid of Al-
tonslsts, root and branch. He recently
ordered his adherents to cut down nil the
forest lands belonging to his enemies.
The State Journal: "At Moody's re
ylval In New York, yesterday, they sung
Dare to bo a Daniel.1 Nobody out here
will, for Daniel Muuu has lust been in
Memphis Avalanche : "According
to statistics only one person In twenty
ulnoof tho population of Tcunessee is
engaged In any kind ot remunerative cm
lhe bondholders of tho Springfield
and Norttmcstern railroad have made
arrangements to complete the I., B. & W.
uruigo t lUTtnt, and oxUod their road
ten mtics to Lcwlatown. Work com
menecs at once.
Tn.li... U.. in..... ... ..
iuwwaicr, oi tno supremo
i-uurt, uas resigned, to accept the position
of circuit Judge of Cook county, to which
he was chosen at the recent election. The
governor will In a lew days .Issue his
proclamation, calling a special election to
Tho State Register: "Senator Logan's
Partner in loyalty, Daniel W. Munn, has
come to grief, and Is now under a cloud,
and It, Is said that If this 'crooked
whisky' buluess Is pushed far enough,
Johnny will come marching home'
The State Convention ot the Chief
Engineers of Fire Departments met In
Bloomlngton yesterday, the object hav
ing been to adopt aome means for the
better management of Are department
throughout the State, and to discus peril
ucut questions connected with tho same.
Warrant! were issued out of tho
United States District Court, Spring
Held, on the 10th, against Jacob Buthold
and Louis Weber, ol Bhawneetowti, for
complicity in erooked whisky traniac
Hie distillery ut Lebanon, iu St.
flair count j bus been seized, together
with five hundred head ot cattle, which
aWo befog lei "at the distillery
ij The Register "When Dan
MunnJ caweJOiero to Investigate those
wicked lklnlltlllcrs, nbotit n year ago,
tlio fcjfwtovaUted 4ht the report that he
had sent forDavp Llnegar, to aid him In
the cauc of honesty and reform, waa
untrue. We now apologize to Munn and
Llnegar both. The correspondence wc
published on Saturday last shows that
David helped Daniel In many of his In
vestigations." Cnplnln Breut, who died at Pcnsa
cola, Florida, on tho 12th, was a native of
the District ol Columbia, and was de
scended from an old and noted Maryland
family. He entered the United States
navy at an early age, uud at tho breaking
out of the lab civil war had reached tho
rank of commander. Among the first of
the ofllccrs of the old navy who resigned
and attached themselves to the lor tunc
of the Confederacy, Captain Brent served
with distinction in the "lo.'t cause," and
when the war was over, retired Into pri
vate Hie Irom which he never afterward
Mnna, Llnrnnr A Poir.
IIIIInoM State Journal.
The firm of-Munu. Llueirar & 1'one. In
Republican rascality, located at Cairo,
111., among others is in tribulation, by
reason of tlio unearthing of tho whlxky
ring frauds In the Weit. Mr. Muuu, late
supervisor of internal revenue of tills dis
trict, litis been Indicted at St. Louis, "lor
conspiring to defraud the government,''
etc. For this olt'ensc the punishment Is
a tine, and imprisonment iu u peniten
tiary Irom one to live years.
The organization ol tiie llrm Is about
us follows: Munn is tho head tlio grand
mogul ; Llnegar is the outside manager
general business man, and Pope is Munn's
inside man or confidential clerk.
It is alleged that a distiller by the name
ol Turner, at Sage town, 111., fraudulently
Issued stumps ou about three hundred
and tltty packages of whisky ; that Su
pervisor Muuu lound it out, reported tltu
transaction to headquarter ut Washing
ton ; that iu the meantime Turner em
ployed mi ex-State Senator of Indiana, by
the name of S. M. Barton, who was a sort
of an agent for all tlio distillers lu the
Northwest, to "fix things" withMuun;
that Barton, as soon as Munn had re
ported the irregularities at Turner's
distillery to Washington, at
once nut himself iu communi
cation with Hon. David T. Llnegar at
Cairo, Munn's agent, when it was agreed,
after much correspondence, that it Munn
would recall Ills first report, $2,000should
bo paid by Turner to Munn's agent.
Uurton paid the money, on or about the
1st of July, 1871, as agreed, and drew on
Turner for the cash ; Muuu then sent an
other report to Washington suiting, that
Turner's distillery at Sagetown was all
right, he having been mistaken in tho
first report, and wished It withdrawn.
To guard against "accidents" in tho lu
ture, it was agreed with Munn's
agents, through Barton, that a
man by the name or llovey
should be appointed storekeeper at the
Sagetown distillery, and the distiller, in
consideration of "having tlio right man
put in tlie right place" by Muuu. airrecil
to pay Munn's agent, who waa Mr. Da
vid T. Llnegar, SiUO per mouth. This
part or the contract Tailed g.t first, us Col.
Tillson. collector of the Ouiucv (the 4th
Illinois district), refused to appoint llo
vey, as Muuu had agreed. However, after
a Jonir controversy, iluun succeeded in
getting llovey in at Sagetown, and the
payment or uu nau barely commenced
when Mr. Munn was invited bv Secretary
Bristow to step down and out.
The above aro the allegations on which
Mr. Muuu was indicted In St. Louis the
other day, ami It is said ho will bo in
dicted in tho United States court in this
city next January, for having received
another $2,000 from n Lebanon, HI., dis
tiller, for u similar crooked whisky trans
action. It is it! 60 said that Llnegar and
Pope, Munn's Cairo partners, will also be
invited to the cantaln'd otllce "for con
spiring to defraud the government," etc.
Joyce, who has just been sentenced to 1
tnrce years ami n nan in tnc penitentiary,
and to pay a flue of $3,000 lor "conspir
ing to defraud tho government," etc.,
must present an cucourasriiiL' outlook to
the remainder of tho "friends."
o an; informed, upon what we deem
as good authority, that tho old whisky
which existed prior to the present, will
aiso nave to go tnrougii tnc regular
course of tho law, as plenty ot irood
bonds are in existence and on flic In
Washington. If this is true, friends
must not bo surprised if they hear of
liKhtninir ftriklnir lu the vicinllv nr
Springfield. Stand from under.
ate to the
lone of 11."
og j iu
Wc do not In the least leel llkeblatnlncr
Macbctli for this expression of disgust ;
Indeed, we are rather Inclined to sympa
thize witn him. x.ven uow-a-duya most
of the cathartics offered to the public aro
great, rcpulslve-looklug pills, the very
appearance ot which issutlleleutto "turn
one's stomach." Had Macbeth ever taken
Dr. l'iercc's Pleasant Purgative Pellets
ho would not have uttered those words of
contempt. It Is really encouraging,
when one is 111, to find that a little, sugar
coated Pellet, no larger than a grain of
mustard, will as promptly produce tlio
desired cfleet as u dou of great, nuuseat
lag pills. These little Pellets, unlike
other cathartics, are really nature's
physic. They do not debilitate, but tone
and invigorate the system. No family
should be without Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) finish,
valued at ?85. Will bo sold at $20 dis
count, on good terms, and ordered direct
from thu factory.
Colored nnd mounted Maps ot tho
cllyof Cairo at $3 00 each (half prieo.)
A No. 0 Wilson Shuttle Sowing Ma-
cnino valued Bt $7(5. Will be sold at $15
discount, aud ordered direct from the
A $90 Itcmlngton Sowing Machine
$30 oil for cash. Suitable for tailor or
boot and shoe manufacturer.
"Plcturestiue America" 48 numbers
bound in 'J volumes, full gilt Morocco;
A style E," "Clough, Warren &
Co.'a" Parlor Organ, right from tho fac
tory at Detroit. List price, $300. Will
be sold for $200.
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Pa. an Institution having a high repu
tation for honorable conduct mid profes
sional skill. 8-2l-d&w3m
Live Agents Wanted
To sell Dr. Chase's lteelpe ; or Infor
mation for Everybody, in every county
in the United States and Canada. En
larged by tiie publisher to 04S iuuh. It
contains over iWOO household recipes, and
is suited to all classes and conditions of
society. A wonderful book and a.housc
hold necessity. It sells at sight. Great
est Inducements ever oflcrcd to hook
agents. Sample copies sent by mall.
Postpaid, for $2. Exclusive terrltorv
given. Agents more than double their
money. Address Dr. Chase's Steam
Printing House, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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7. - " an-i n imam tvoir, lirro Ol
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1 have lerled upon the followlngrtescribed prop,
erty, in the first addition to the cltvof Cairo.
couuty ol Alexander and State of Illinois, to
wn: Lot niimliMwl ,l l. t.i i. i
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t .i t.. UB 1'roiierty of the said
Juraes Carroll, which I shall offer at pupllo sale
rity orcalro, n the county of Alexander and
nlsslfsstrillliinla ni ilii. at. I.S . m .
A II o i l T uiipiuajror uccemoer,
a iu., and sunset of said day, for cash, to satla-
r.i,, 1,,T.rllriof A1nntler C'ouutr, Illinois.
f;,i,'1,!lnol November 11, 1st.
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and luxurious dresiog gowns. But tho
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THE GOLDEN S
Sole Agents, Two Stores, 74 Ohio
Levee, and Washington Ave.
Corner Eighth Street.
THE GOLDEN STAB
Read! Read! Read!
HEILBRQH & WEIL
Havo Reduced their Eutira Stock in both their fttor, CMfisHiaK of'
DRY-GrOODS and CLOTHnCQ-.
To a rst Mttr btfors eirrtd la Ibis eHy. Sjclat attention it eallct to oar Ctotlilcg "-n-iarsil.
n lies jtm can Kt a Kotxl brarj
SUIT FOR $6 AND UPWARDS.
m mim son' (mew we im n b: at m psicss oa QUiuna
ALSO IN PUKNIBfUNO OOODB!
In our Drr-CooJs Dfi.Minint rrs still give ' ' "
A PRESENT OF TEN YARDS OF THE BEST CALICO
Toarf rjbody who buys to tht amount of sTn rlotlars.
KJ-GI ua a trial and w will oiirlnra ) nu that wemwa what we say .tJ
IT PATft TO TRADE AT
HEILBR02T & WEIL'S,
142 & 144 Commercisil Avenue.
II it-c-. ) $
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Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO. ILL.
Keeps full took of
Monongahela.Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN.
KELLY ISLAND ANDLIFORNIA WBftBS.
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.