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HABT.r.M. ARM THE SPEAKER.
A number of paper In the West, in
dlscusslnjr the cliauccs of tho various as
pirants for tlic posltton ol speaker of the
House, pincc our Congressman, Mr.
Hartell, amonp the supporters of Mr.
Randall. We know that these papers
hare placed Mr. Hartzcll in a false atti
tude, and feci assured that he will give
hit support ami iuflaence to Mr. Kerr, of
t onS-luirii ji:K.
John ltullluer, in tho penitentiary, it is
raid, In so'far gone in lunacy as not to rec
ognize his keeper or friends who visit
htm. He will not lnduljjo in any food or
drink, and medical men say that he will
not Inst many days unless a chance comes
over him soon. Vo have no advices
from Allen Maker, but are satisfied ho is
hard at work making a good mechanic
out of himself, lie has ample tlmo mid
! A llECTUHIilU TOUR.
Senator Anthony, ot ltliode Island, 1
out on a lecturing tour. His theme Is,
"The Thirty-sixth Concrcs." Charles
Sumner. William II. Seward. Stephen A
Douitlasa, Thadtleus Stevens and Jcfl'er-
son-.Davls went of that body, and of
them lie Introduces personal descrip
tions and reminiscences. Anthony is
the only survivor of the Thirty-six tli
Congress who has remained in continu
ous terrier. . ,
IMUI1T MI STAKE.
The Macoupin Euquirer, a spicy and
popular paper of Carllnvllle, says:
"There la an occasional oasis in tho polit
ical desert. A Jtadieal editor was de
feated for treasurer of Alexander county
)jy 3.'i0 uigKcrs voting against him." The
editor alluded to is Mosc llarrull, of the
Gaztitc, who received only three colored
votes, and said, that, owing to Ills Bour
bon Democratic proclivities, they were
thrte more than he expected to get. How
Snlvely got Mose llarrell on his list ot
Hepbbllcan editors is a mystery.
One ot our exchanges says: "Who
dare deny that Boveridge is a model gov
ernor? The people killed each other for
yean in Williamson county, and he never
undertook to imt n ston to It. Hut ho
had plenty of time to go to Chicago and
call out the militia to help beat Hosing
for county treasurer. Wo rather think
the Germans of Illinois will recollect this
little item." And lie innde good use of
the time, and put under nnus a regiment
of the stalwart militia of Chicago on
election dav. The mavor oi the cltv did
sot waut any assistance from the weak-
kneed governor, and told him as much.
But Uevcridgc, chiel executive, saw that
the ltadlcal party lu that neighborhood
required a little moral support, and he
thought muskets and lnUltla would be
the very thing. He Is a good gov
ernor when his Ecrvices arc not required.
As our exchange says, the Germans will
remember him in the future.
MICHAEL '. HEIR.
Mr. Kerr, of Indiana, who is now
before the country as u candidate for
speaker of the House, was born in the
town ot Tltnsyllle, Pennsylvania, 17th
March, 1827, ud at the age ot twenty
four graduated at tho Louisville Univer
sity, lu 1832 he began the practice of
law. lu 1850 Mr. Kerr was elecUtd to
the Indiana legislature, and tlve years
later he was ehoscu on the Democratic
State ticket as reporter to
tbo Supreme Court of the
State, in which office he edited tlve vol
umes of the reports. In 1801 he was first
elected to congress, bcgluulni: his ser
vice In that body in December, 1805. In
1800, 1808 and 1870 he was re-elected to
congress. He has thus served eight years
in tho national legislature, and in Decem
ber commenced his tifth term, or ten
years of service. He Is represented, by
those who know him familiarly, as a stu
dent and gentleman of honor, and pos
sessed of knowledge and ability. Al
though temperate in his habits, being a
practical teetotaller, he does not believe
in sumptuary liquor laws.
PAIS AN I TUB VMITEB STATE.
AllonsoaadhU prime crowd, at Mad
rid, are in a state of excitement over
Grant's letter of intimation. Don Cur
ios writes a letter to the king and pro
poses a truce and a combination of the
two armies to whip out the United States,
which letter lead? Alfonso to believe that
Don Carlo.-, being on his last legs, is up
to some diplomatic dodge, and that his
nrmy Is In a very bad Ox. Knowing ones
say that war with Spain li inevitable
slurini: Graut's term, because the Presi
dent desires to strengthen himself with
the people, who-are lui-t becoming
ated from lil.u , and that war with Spain,
mwouiu oi uuDa, will bo Intensely
im'I'hkt m Ule homiicm States, aud
airongiy supported by the patriotic
oomi. ii we are to have war with Spain
ii. in soon come. 'J iie late lengthy We
Kraphlo communication between Giant
and Sherman seems to signify that the
...liiwi j men oi mo nation are mak
inr preparations for no .inslgulflcaut
On the afternoon of tho 17th. TAn
Allan Poe't monument was unveiled and
UfeHlcated in Westminster churchvard
Baltimore. Tho exercises, preliminary
w M ""iciiing, iook pmce in me West,
ern Female High School, and long before
uio uour oi commencement the vast
acnooi rooaa was crowded. Prof. Wm.
Elliott rtad a historical sketch .i
Pilgrim's Chorus had been sung by the
Flillharrawilc Society. letters were
read from l-onrlellow, Jiryant, Holm.
and other poets. After the ceremonies
la U scuooi House, the assembly re.
palm! to ttta gravnysrd, when the mon
WBTlUtd, A dirge wu
sung, "Annabel Lee" recited,
when the proceedings ended.
Strange, bat true, Walt Whitman vraaJk
the only poet who personally respondeat!)
w uiu iu H4jsb 111 jmj miff a inuuio ioS)v
ono or America s most erratic gcnltucs,'
tho sound of whoso "Unll" orn na llntln.
nauuious ami sonorous ns ever, and
whose "Karen" will forever perch upon
tlic bustof I'allns. Poewas never a fa-
vorlto nmoncr noets. Bv nature h
was n critic, ami making Journalism
his means of carnlnr a livelihood, wrntn
with a caustlo touch that caused many ol
uio living or ttMlay to entertain forhis
memory bitter feeling. X
UESEBAI. JOIIH .H'SOXALU.
About the year 1802 John McDonald.
now bctnir tried In St. Louis fil nni nfthi.
chief actors in tbo wlilsiky fraud, entered
Memphis as major iu the Eight Missouri,
an Infantry regiment of tho Northern
service, that had Its counterpart In the
noiorious niters oi Louisiana, in the ser
vice of tho South. Beinr of a smwula.
tivo turn of mind. John romtnriie.l
operations In citizen's clothes, estab
lishing a rental bureau in Memphis,
and leasing tho Now Memphis theater
on Jefferson street, lu rnmnniir win.
George Hayiicld, a barkeeper or
"WlliskT ClllltC.1 Of rnnnn ll.n tl,..f...
prospered, being nightly filled with sol-
tilers, stan officers, and citizens. Mc
Donald's partner, not being able to stand
success, concluded It was about tlsno to
make himself ti distinguished cftlzen of
Memphis, and lu pursuit of that laudablo
purpose, shot mid killed one of his em
ployes, for which lie suffered tho severe
penalty of the expenses or a trial. About
this time McDonald drew out of the the
ater venture, mid attached lilmuir
to a swindling aud blackmailing Institu
tion called the "Memphis Militia." Malor
John became General John, aud old citi
zens can now testify that there was
money in high positions iu the militia.
and we are now satisfied that John was
not above giving permanent exemption
papers for a lew dollars. Tho Memphis
Avalanche, whteh Is good authority on
the subject, says that McDonald made
out of his Memphis speculations about
$20,000. In connection witli the
theater, bureau and militia business,
John established n grocery and com
mission store on Main street.
The abandonment by a United States of
ficer ot his position In the service, and
his establishment in the grocery and com
mission business In Memphis during the
war, speaks for itself. That grocery and
commission house was certainly con
nected with the provost marshal's ofllce
by a greenback interest. All the old cit
izens knew how the thing worked.
McDonald's brother. Charles, a clever
and popalar gentleman, was In Memphis
wiin his brother, and filled the position
of lieutenant-colonel lu the first regiment
of the militia. On a grand gala day,
when the Southern people were being
put through a "course ol sorouts." lor
the amusement of a pack ol loafing army
uummers ana shirking officers, Charles
McDonald's horse threw him airalnst the
street-curbing, crushing and wounding
mm moruuy. wiien "Charley," as he
was iamiuariy caileil, was placed among
the dead, It Is probable an honest McDon
ald was burled.
For John McDonal's devotion to the
flag, his bureau, croccrvand commission
house, and theater, and tho militia, Grant
made bim Internal Revenue Supervisor
lor Missouri and other States; and if we
arc to believe the evidence ol people, he
has not lost a cent through the position.
PRUUnKHSi OF TIIETUIAE.
In the McDonald trial, in St. Louis, on
Thursday, Barnet II. Eai'dkc. rectlller.
testified that he and his partner bud
much to do witli illicit whisky, and had
done in a year 500,000 worth of busi
ness. Joyce unred him to do a hcavr
business, asssuring him of protection.
lestlilcd that Fltzroy said Information
came from Avery, and that Joyco said
Babcock inlermed him of a comlnir
eiaure. once paid 1500 to
itzroy lor JlcDonald. Paid
Leavenworth once $350 $100 for the
"Hutch" or Sixth ward campaign fund,
aud $250 for tho State fund. Was told
that it would take about $3,000 to carry
the Sixth ward, ltobb was trausinvr.
icavenworth, Bollmau fc O'llasa, Bcvls
Frayser, Macklot Thompson mid others
were ia it. Believed tho ring, subsequent
to 1672, to include McDonald, Joyce.
Iverest Fltzroy, Conconnon. Mclvce.
Magulre, Patrick, Newcouib and Gros
venor. John F. Sledcnkofl", foreman at Ulrlci's
distillery, assisted iu running crooked
whisky. Had much troublo with Fltzror
and Joyce. Wntsliown a letter slcned
llogers" once by Joyce, by wav ot en.
couragement iu continuing tho work,
Tho followlug Is a portion of the testl.
mony of JohuO'Lcary, foreman at Jo-
uett's, which brings the name of Dan
Muuu before the court :
Fltzroy, Mairulre. McDonnlii Il?lf1 .Tni'Aik
C4417HJ UltTO WiliMl iSilnnnl M.
visor ot Illinois, was here They howed
him all through the distillery, twr mr o
fortT harrnl. ...,1 , . 7 .V,.".lJ,-UY. or
ii..;:.r ,i.w eiii io
. a, ruj(uuu ine night belore.
One barrel was tent ofl" that mornl iil'
With 1 ift Elralrl. lilcL. VlV" '"..'I'".
, - , JJ. "" J "C M-'Ul l OU
IX'CUUSO Jfkl F l,nv lr$A ..a li.. '..
coming, and Busby told me to
uraigmen up. Muiui came ubout eleht
"'clock at night, and wouldn't Jet hi
iiuwiiueiioor. iiecamo next mornlnir
again. I understood that tl. JSiiC LI
house at the corntr of Levee and Cherry
Busby distillery. " 'lH uoax Uie
CrosMxamhifd: McDonald knocked
tho locks ott while I was gone to tet i
chisel, lioil d tint ... . VL.,.
went down into thVcl.tVrnV iff'rtS
there provided. Groos 'the book-kwiwr
ioiu me tie peld Fltzroy money,
Kedrplt ian.lnullmi w. t.-.i
it. i Z . . ' iu crop-
Ued one tub of beer Into tho public sewer
v.w.v mini atuiiNim auu trie rest
came. We did this bec-niiM
thuv wcrtt rntnlnv ami
v. 'n n,tftet.K out of !he w,y ltenough.
McDonara ilid not aeite the distillery lor
IbUI. TIlttM Wa. .in ..11.4
ua 1 rstusl to 1st bio lu, bvcauaaiwai
told by Fltzroy not to letanvboily hi, no
Dumi Vinl.iillnn ' tVktln .11.
wv. iiiita.uiivi' i . r 1 1 1 1 u ; ill
mm In 9m warclwtt Minn asked HV
IJfiald Whether ho dB't khow that he
tBnn)?Mfmlri McDosiald askH
iwkjjsjWahfc,'J' p v
VVllPM HlllMtt MHIM IliA flsl t.l1ift 'lit
told HI llfl. was A narllnulu. bUiIn iv
8t?ir-keepcr, Dick Jones. Next day ho
said ho was a revenue agent, nnd that he
kuiiiiim i wuy H, j men ioiu nun ne
Wna n llll llnp honan.a I
" . wv(i3U IIU IIIIVI Sl'lll UIU
the night before he was simply a friend
iiiu rwiviievjivr b.
rt. EBiTstBiA a, 'Ysssrrsi
-LTd' hat two htiswlred elirtw, hot
nc of;wWAJolltaW;', i ! -'
Mr.'Berah intends toclln the wlntrn nf
high fliers rho Clip their hones.
Sixty counties In Missouri give a
majority of 50,000 for the new constitu
The "maa with the Iran law" is less
powerful, than the man with tho brazen
Up In Vermont thev are rcvellliir In
the luxury of tipping over Into ten-feet
-The Hartford Timt insinuates that a
good overcoat looks hat-rack-tivo to an
entry thief. '
Miss Mascie Palmer, eldest iiatuar-
ricd daughter of Governor Palmer, was
uiarrlcd.to Hon. Wm. Javnc. a nenhow
of Judge Trumbull, nt Carllnvllle, on the
The St. Louis papers Hid nothnvetlm
honor of exposing tho wlilsky rTng ; but
ouooT them assisted :In eupjinrling tho
rlnir, which. In return, made a very pro-
tillable yield of the people's money.
i ne author ortlie"Old Oaken Bucket. '
Wopdworth. was a practical printer, and
when he wrote the famous uocni. worked
In n printing office on the corner of Cham
pers ami i.iiestnut streets, New York.
The New York Htrald. which has
pursued Grant relentlessly for the past
t .1.1. .IM.i a.n... I. I .f .
ju, nun hutiicb iiiiu so reiire io
private life, make the 'tour ot Europe, or
do anything else than run for the third
The New York Herald condemns the
suggestion of a war with Cuba on the
ground that a successful War at this time
means the election of Grant as a "war
President." a "necessltv to the. iip.ipp nml
preservation ol the country."
Judge Fllppln, of tlic criminal court,
Memphis, Tennessee, has tendered his
resignation, to take place immediately.
He lias mako au excellent judge, nnd it
will be no easy task for the governor to
select n successor to the vacancy.
Among the questions finally disposed
of by the people of Mississippi, at tlic
last election, was the payment of the
Union bank bonds. An amendment to
the State constitution was adopted,
which prohibits any future legislation
looking to their payment.
"Appearances are often deceptive,"
remarked a mild-mannered man to a
prostrate German who had slipped up on
the ice while attempting to get water out
orn Louisville pump. "Vas'r" said the
latter, "py Gott you shust go on pout
your pizness. 1 don't wants any of your
tarn pity, by Jesus."
Jonesboro Qacelle: "Mr. Sam
George, that well-known couductor of
the C. A St. L. It. 11., who has the
Sparta train, 'changed ofl7 with conduc
tor C. E. Austin last week and passed
through our town, thus enabling his
many friends to iret a srllmnse ol him.
Sam was the first conductor who ever run
a train on the Illinois Central."
Tho New Orleans Times.' "When the
vice president woke up tho other morn
ing, he immediately asked for the morn
ing papers, to see what sort of obituary
notices they had given him. He inci
dentally remarked that If Childs, of the
Philadelphia Ledetr. had 'arot out that
poem about tho golden stair on him, he
would be obliged to Interview G. Wash
ington with a shotgun."
The London Timet savs: "Wo un-
derstand that her Majesty has been gra
ciously pleased to consent to her ltoyal
Highness the Princess of Wales and the
royal children passing their Christmas
and New Year at Copenhagen. The ab
sence of her Koyal Highness will not,
however, exceed live, or at the utmost.
six weeks." While they are arone it la to
be hoped that the royal children will have
a royal game of Copenhagen.
The State Jlegiiter : "On Fridav nlirht
a stranger visited the jail at Jefferson
City, Mo., where Col. Joyce, one of the
whisky ring thieves, was in confinement.
Joyco had been making eflorts to procure
a new trial, but after n visit from tho
stranger, changed his tactics, and in
sisted that his sentence bo passed us soon
as possible. There Is no doubt that tha
stranger was an emissary from Grant and
uaDcocK, anu mat his mission was to
keep Joyco from making any damaging
Jonesboro Oaxelte i "Who ever saw
so many tramping beggars as there are
this fall ? Not a day passes but that our
citizens aro bothered with thsra. It
would bo a good thing for all to keep
their doors and windows well fastened at
night, and to keep a sharp look-out dur
ing iuo uay. a good many ol these
tramps are nothing mora nor less than
sneak thieves who have been run out of
tho cities by the approach of winter, and
re on uieir way to southern cities. Yon
cannot keep too close watch on some of
Tho State-Journal.- "Tl. i.... i-
-..W JHIT III
case of Kearlck'rs. the Qulncy Whig, for
libel, on trial In tho Adams county Cir
cuit Court, hut week, have awarded the
complainant $25 damages. lie claimed
$10,000, so that, unless ho appeals, ho
will have to "knock on" $0,076 from his
claim. The Whin will douhtinu nov t hat
amount and consider so much invested
in advertising. But the V)il3 libel suit,
the iloflman scandal trial and the county
eat question bavin? all henn
what will the "Gem City" do for a sensa
Tho Macoupin Enquirer : "Last week
as the freight train was going South, the
engineer when about a mile south of the
city, saw an object .lying on the track
which be took to be a dog 5 on approach
Ing, however, he observed that It was a
uu wiiisuea oown brakes and re-
eVOIMBttd llm 111 mi u'fts attunl. I... (l.nJt
Wt andf rolled under It .or n N.short dhj;
tanou, ,tJhe body was placcd lriStlio ct-
nrvse nil iiic II .1111 UMJKUU IO 1110 StaHOIl
Odj.mcdleiil nld' 'sssmniaaWl. .-twit
Justns " Dr. F. L. Matthews " reached
utestaUeiuthe man expired. Dr. Mi
gave it as, his opinion that tho, man was
Intoxicated at llino of tho accident, nnd
tho probabilities are that ho had lain
down on the track to tako n sleep. His
name was Brian Scott, and ho lived near
Macoupin station. He leaves n family
to mourn his death."
Bejly or Hie Mpaalah Uovernmtnl to
NewOm.ka.vs, Nov. 18. To-morrow's
Time$ will contain the following leader:
"Much excitement was occasioned In
Washington on Sunday by the fact that a
cabinet meeting was culled on that day,
Tho secretary of State utterly refuses to
give Washington correspondents any in
formation as to tho extraordinary neces
sity which induced so unusual a course as
the calling of a meeting of the President's
counsellors upon that day. Wo arc In
receipt of such advices as enable as to
state that It was lu consequence ot a reply
to a noto from Mr. Gushing to the secre
tary of state. About a month ago the
president through Mr. Gushing made a
proposition to Spain for the purchase and
iieaccable cession to the United States of
Cuba. Wc can also state that all circum
stances taken together mean that Caleb
dishing has offered the Spanish govern
ment the allernatlro of selling Cilba to
the United States, or abiding tho conso
iiuciiceri ol ii refusal and that Spain has
declined even to consider tills pro
position. As a consequence there has
pjieared the extraordinary letter
which was published In the dispatches ot
the 18th, written by Don Carlos to King
Alfonzo. This letter was seut by Mr.
Cushlug to the president in advance of
its receipt by tho press of this country.
What determination the president has ar
rived at ill tha matter, sineo thereceint of
M.. r,..!.!,,.,!. ,ll...i.i... I '
...I , uu.iuii o ii'j,itl;ill.'J, wu 1U,; noi
yet learned. That wo are upon the verv
verge 01 graye complications with Spain,
from site (State Dapnrtmrnt.
Kv Ionic, Nov. 18. The Iltrald't
Washington special, dated yesterdav,
says : "Tho reply of the Spanish govern
ment to tho note of Minister Cushlng was
promptly iraiisiiimeu uy cauio to the
State department and deciphered there
this inoriiliiz. It proves to lie a rilcmitlpil
response to the demands which our gov
ernment mauc in ine matter ol American
interests 111 the island ot Cuba, and will,
It Is believed, dissipate all fears of
trouble between Spuin and tho United
States. The tone of tho reply Is linn Imt
very conciliatory. The justice of our
demand is not Ignored. Tho confusion of
our ullalrs in Cuba obstruct the exercise
or an imperial and prompt administra
tion ol the requirement of the treaty of
17D5. Spain defends her right to main
tain courts-martial In Cuba, and cites in
support ot her position on this question
the fact that the United Statesduiingand
for a longer time subsequent to the late
war of secession, and France for two
years succeeding the triumph of the re-
puuuc over ine commune, anu even then
under tlic mild reign of Thiers, made use
of similar military and extraordinary
tribunals to ineto out justice
to public and civil enemies. In
ease ol France lliiv;i frllnmal.
sentenced fo be shot or be transported to
Capenue, in all over two thousand per
sons ; and yet theso tribunals exercised
their functions after the close of tho war
and advent of complete peace. Spain,
In the midst of war in Cuba, maintains
the right of using courts-martial to try
offenders against her laws, but readily
muxes concession uiai American citizens
can have their advocates and attorneys
and produco witnesses In their own le
hulf conformably to the provision of ar
ticle 7 ot the treaty of 1715, and according
to the regular course of proceeding in
uch cases, and gives guarantees of Mich
a mode of defence.
Of course, iu the case of Snanlsh suh.
jeets, no exception will bo mado which
win auow inem ine enjoyment ol this
advantage in defending themselves
against prosecution by the Spanish au-1
thorities for their offences. In these cases
advocates will be designated by the chief
military authorities that is, the captain
general will appoint then.
The above is a full synopsis of tho an
swer of the Spanish uovernmcnt lu rcnlv
to Mr. Cushinir and has been deemed
satisfactory enough to warrant the coun
termanding or orders originally given to
put our navy in preparation of such con
tingency as a misunuersuiuuuig between
tho two governments.
Fliyalr fo tun
Aone of It."
llWe do not in the least feel like blaming
Macbeth for tills expression of disgust :
indeed, wo arc rather inclined to sympa
thize with Iihn. Even now-n-days most
of tho cathartics bflcrcd to the public are
great, repulsive-looking pills, the very
appearance of which isNiiflicIeutto "turn
one's stomach." Had Macbeth ever taken
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets
he would not have uttered those words of
contempt. It Is really encouraging,
when one is ill, to find that a little, sugar
coated Pellet, no larger than a grain of
mustard, will as promptly produco the
desired effect as u dose ol great, nauseat
ing pills. These littio Pellets, tinlika
other cathartics, are really nature's
physic. They do not debilitate, but tone
and Invlgorato the system. No family
should be without Dr. Pierce Pleasant
The Bulletin prlntlng-
establlthmcnt nutkes a
specialty of UIU Heads,
Nolo Heads, Letter Heads,
Statements, Cards, Kte. Look at these prices :
Small size bill heads, per 1000 $3 00
Medium size bill heads, er thousand , 3 75
All on fourteeu pound paper, Carlisle mills.
rated two cents per pound higher tlinn paper
used by any other offlcc ruled to order at the
wills especially for this ofllce,
StatemenU, Carlysle, per leo 00
Letter Jleuds, Carlysle, per luuu 4 (0
Note Heads, Carlysle, per 1W0 t CKi
vlsitlngcurils er pockajic lia
Uuslnes cards, No, 1 3-ply Urlttol board,
lier 1000 2 Ut to 4 OA
llimlneiis CJiids, No. I blank, par 1U00 , 00
QuarUpslii'tt, hulf-htt, full-sheet and three
sheet posters, and colored werk below St, Louis
Pamphlet, Book Work and l'llce Lists made
Y virtue of Ave certain executions to me di
rected bv the r.lerk ofthe circuit court nl Al.
cxamler county, In the .Slate of Illinois, In favor
of Charles u. 1'atleruud William Wolf, 111 in of
... u. i nner .v uo. , ami uyaiusi iamc uurmii,
I have leled upon the followlnKdcscrlbiHtprop.
erty, In the llrst addition to the city or Cairo,
county of Alexuuder aud htateof Illinois, to
wltt - Lot nninlxTodonf (I) in block numbered
twenty-ei((ht(SS), as the property or the said
Junies Curroll, which 1 sluill offer at puplio sain
ut the south-west door of thu court hoiue in the
city of Calm, lu thu county of Alexander nnd
mute orillliuils, 011 Uio third day of Jlecrmlier,
A. li. IH76, betweeu tin) hours of nliie o'clock,
a in., and sunset of said day. for cash, to eutls
fy said Kxecutlon. ALKX. II. 1UVIN,
n 1 r,'l,rlfl uf Alexander County, lliiuols.
Uldld ' NTmbw u" '
v t urimKvriness uhini 1 . 1
'"Without InronWiilcnrf.styravinw AMI
(J6tnt Ate to" any address on "receipt f on
DriMKvflness Curtd I -
' .U. UUUUAKU, M.'Ui
Manager St. Lonis IncbtUte Hornlil.
Offlce-llll Oltrt Street, St, I-mils.
vjiuiii vii muruiiuiv bivr 1 ;
enrol without imlu or, Inconvenience, at vour
homo In 401tyii. McJIclflw for tint three weeks'
treatment sent free to any address on receipt of
live dollars. State amount used dally.
Address, t H. rtUlinAUD, M. D.
Muniiger St. IOtils Inebriate Hospital.
Offlec-llll oilveStreot, i. Ijuis.
Happy relief for young men from the
effect of Errors unci Abuses In early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. New method of treat
ment. New nnd remarkable remedies.
Hooks and Circulars sent free, in scaled
envelopes. Address Howard Associa
tion, -110 N. Ninth street, Philadelphia,
Pn. an institution having n high repu
tation (or honorable conduct and profes
sional skill. fW4-d&w3in
Live Agents Wanted
To sell Dr. Chase's Recipes ; or Infor
mation for Everybody, In every county
iu tlic United States and Canadas. En
larged by tlic publisher to (US pages. Jt
contains over 2000 household recipes, and
is suited to all classes aud conditions of
society. A wonderful book nnd a house
hold necessity. It sells at sight. Great
est Inducements ever oflered to hook
agents. Sample copies sent by mail,
Postpaid, for $2. Exclusive territory
given. Agents more than double their
money. Address Dr. Chase's Steam
Printing House, Auu Arbor, Michigan.
State of UllnnM, Alexaadcr county hh.
In the circuit CM.ttrt, lu the .lanuuryterm ISM.
Saruli J. CliHm vs. John 1. Chtsmet uli-lllll
Ar'KlllAVIT of the non-trsl.li-ncc of Jane
Oautovre, Tliomaa Uobluion.Naticy llowen
ton, Miuymct M. UlUlland, IlrUixu Tliomaa
Mid othfrs, imkiuiwii lieirt f lilljali li. Olilim,
ilHiimil, huvlnif U-nii llliilin Hie clerk' olllce
;f siihl Ali'Xiinder county rlmill cuurl, notlca U
hei-cby given to y6u the inilit June Umieiiere,
Tl.oinn Itobiiifon, Xariey llnwnton, Margaret
M lilllitand, JteueccM ThomA anil othera, un
kiKiwn helm or JCIiJah O Chlnm, ilereaned, that
Iheromiilalnaiit Illcl her bill or complaint In
aid court, on the chancery tide tlu-mir, on the
Mh day of April, A 11. ft7, and Ihereiinon a
summons liuel out ofsuid court, returnable on
the 3rd Monday In the iimntli of May i.ext follow
Iijk, Is roiulreil by law, und that at the ald
SImv term of anM emirt. complainant ainemlcil
her bill making you rtcl itereaiUnta I hereto,
fiowunleu youlhe baidtlereniUntu shall be und
apiiear befnre the court on the Ulday of the next
term thereor, to be holden In and for said couutr
a thu lt .Monday In January next, to plead.
oner urii.iiiur 10 brmi rompiainauts hill or
uiiniiaini, uie jiviiir aim tne;mauers ana lliluas
theieiu cliariciil and atatetl, will be taken us ixiu-
iei ami uiit:ii-.' niienil BKaluiit you accord
Not ember f 'Jtli, A. 11. una.
ltKIIIIl:V S. YHfriTM fl.rV
Crandalt A I.lneirar. solicitor, fur ciininliiln-
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ducements, both as to rate ol chsrtfes and man
ner of displaying their fltvors.
Commnnlcatlona upon aubjeota of tren-
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IlIlSS tfe fins .11- 4 I t . . .
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hN ril STItKKTS, lutely occupied by J, C. Car
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Which have proved to be the most durable, and
are now the easiest running machine sold,
trial will convince any sue that they are
thn machine to buy.
tf" We also keen for sale a good assortment or
Spool Cotton, Bilk J wltt, and LIiiud Thread,
which wu offer at low UKures,
QlTAHS 011 ,
The HOWE KAOHIlfE CO.,
D, V. BENNETT, Agent.
TEN CENT CIQAR
? ' V f v V , . S
THE GOLDEN STAR
Sole Agents, Two Store g, 74 Ohio
Levee, and Washington Ave.
Corner Eighth Street
THE GOLDEN STAB
Read! Mead! Read!
HEILBRQH & WEIL
ttaveacaucoatncirEntiro Stock in both their 8tore, Consistinkof
DRY-GOODS and CLOTHING,
To a rate never lr..re offeiT.1 iu this city, ft cll nttentlnn is called to ourClotlilnir l'irlu.iiit,
wlteie ou can nrt a gomX hcjvy
SUIT FOR $6 AND UPWARDS.
u mim mn mmm ws cAin ss mum nw mm
ALSO IN FUBNISHING GOODS J
In ourllry-Goods leiartment we still ((he
A PRESENT OF TEN YARDS OF THE BEST CALICO
To everybody who buys to the amount of seven dollars.
JtJ-tllve us a trial ami we will convince you that we mean what we ssy -8
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT
HEILBROU & WEIL'S,
142 & 144 Commercial Avenue.
11 II-Cw. v
Jknabe Pianos- i
mmTtmW mmmK VV fe..B HIhI
i i iai imsssssssssssi I Masssssxwi'
F. AC. STOCKFLXTH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - OAIRO, ILL.
Xeops a fuU tok of
Monongahela,Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN.
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WIWBS.
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.