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It l reportrdttjmt CemnjcHlpro Cooper
l in .ifw trrrcnwi witter omrrj imni mc
war ilepsrtmcnt to examine ami report
upon the adrlalrflltx,ef making New
Orleam s mllltairjr irtseW'opcrhtldn In
rie of war with the Href fling "'"t mur
derous Kpanlird. Ve lcnrit that Hie ex
amination proved Mtlfactbr.r and lliat
the Commodore1 will n;port farmably.
Sen Orleans 011 afxtnnit of Ifi railroad
connection, ami water communication,
ha advantage far above thov of ICcv
M'eit r any oiitef cowl J t 3
Mr. .lohn M. dill, wlioic ntlll was
burned recently, tn Murphyboro. did not
know at Hit low nnlll bo' nrflwil lit1 "OtlUi
cUytn. route liomo from Tcxn. The
news was broken to him by the laiullord
of H10 Arllngtoii'liome.'a? he Tv'nSi enter
ing the dining room. The mill cost Mr.
Clll $10,000. Out ot the wreck hu will
save $4,000, the amount oMnsuruiicc on
the building and machinery. He Mated
that four years, to the hourtj from the
time of the destruction of UU mill, he
lost hi, residence by lire. Arrange cn
Incidence. The gtauf mr'trnuS," Jlrlek IVuneroy,'
publishes a statement In the Illmyra
AJvertiatr, denying that lilt pacr ha
suspended. Jlo will prosecute for llliel
all editor who BullcltfK-ly ftportodjil1
failure andlhV su-qineVon oTTomeroyS
Urwocrat. In Oclolier l'otueroy applied
to be relieved from lose, sustained while
he was running a daily paper
in New York, and wa
adjudged n bankrupt, at hW own dclre,
that tie could again engage in active bus-
ine.ti, the sootier to relieve hW .lows of
$K),lX) incurred whllo confending
araliut the Tweed ring.. The report of
sutpeiHioi grew out of this. At I en H we
arc told that these arc (he facU by teh
H&'TWK ' BETli.. 1
Moucure Conway wa greeted by an
immeuro audience Sunday afternoon, in
Deltar'i opera house, St. I.ouls, to listen
to hit brilliant lecture on Tli Iicvll."
The audience wa considered, very intel
lectual, couipjidiBg, sejcral Vlergyinen
and a numlicr of ladles, many of the T lat
ter being teachers mAlte? public rchools
the Qlobt-Democral gays that Iter. John
Snyder of the Church ot the Messiah,
Rev. Dr. Learned of the Church of
Unity, and ltcv. Dr. Sonne'chelii ot the
Jewish Temple, were present, and apii.ir-
eutly lUtened, with approval, to the bold
sentiments uttered by Mr.'Con wav. The
lecturer' JMHiierwae .said to be ministe
rial, lie Is about forty-five yearn of age,
ami a heavy gray beard covers a lace ear
nest and grave.. JUi..KrcUea4 "i broad,
high and massive.
A UVe CAM PAJUX. ,
Tliey have a novel way ol toriducling
a political campaign Inl.ouUviJIe. The two
caadldate.s for the position of mavor have
been waging a bitter fight, which ems
to have inspired the cltl.cm with du-'
gust, the latest sensation in the cam
paign U, that a few ilajM u-o a letter
was ent to the family ot one of the po
litical aspirants, Mr. Jacobs. On open
ing the envelop "HV.15 loiiiid Jo contain
staall-pox scabs. These were freely han
dled by members ot the family. V0
must acknowledge this to be the strongest
electioneering story we have ere r heard. If
it la true, the perpetrators of the outrage
Mionld be huuted down and punlicd with
the utmon rigors of the law: Faillrigin
tliit, .somebody should Uoiilder a gun
with tlie determination to nnd the person
who was wUUnV'to pkiliifWeccd of a
pestilence In a populous city, aud tlndlui:
mm, maue mt ixhiv rccmblc a sieve.
, ' ,111
j-orDcarancc twutg' to ibe a Tirtuo,
forty men of the Eighth United States
cavalry. cross cl'the Rio rj ramie In chase
of marauders. The cro,lng was made
atnuicho M Cucvoe, which U on the
American side of fhc-rtftpr, dghteca
mites belowjllo Croud City, or King-
yum oarrack-s. tucvos is a uotori-
uus risori ror torujiM jiPiprten(, as ita
Mexican city ot Couurgo Is only abonl
seventeen mllea from" it, nearly opposite
r.10 uranue cny. j)elow I.os Cuero?, oil
Mexican olI, is (ho town of ITeyno;a,
another robbtr rtuilevous. Tact
two towns were the places where Cor
tina's defeated outlaws ralllcd.Iu ISTO, af
ter the Chrl.tma light In and around
Jtlo Grande City.' Dispatches say 'that,
McNelley's company 'of rangm 'was
driven to the river by the Mexicans. It
this Is true, that aectlon of our country
miut be in a statu of" war. The Invasion
of Mexico by our troops will aiis n ter
rible uproar In tho Mexican capital, aud
may le the meant r lbrUng Cortina.
A colored tutu named Abner, of Mar
thai, Texas, a member of the constitu
tional convention, a few days ago, when
the roll was called.amltlw final votcwas
to be taken ou the luusage of one .of the
isneral provhlous of the constitution,
arose In his place and address!
the chairman of the convention
lu Ue following manner: "Mr. Presl
det, 1 au not a learned or great man,
amlcomVsi do not understand theop-
!UJ!S.wr ,Ma".l therefore 1
a you and the convention to excuse we
far .ot voting." 11w prMiaetof the
cwrcnUon, Mr. met,, genlleman.ot
rare ability, was sUrtled and as-
' 111 miration of
oolortd man wii pOMCtteiloXuK.rei'ood
i . -.im mmm wiuriiT or tlu
wnnunnmi' Ul IHC COtlTCnilOn. vet
ItU titsfle truthfulness would not permit
kin to Mt vtt m a subject the power
of wklek kit led could uot connrelieud.
rtuck hwttyitf airelyneit with
pibper rcroiilllon among both white
nijd black, and In tho luture give to Mr.
( .Mmer honor aud lame seeond to few.
ex r pa V THE keWahb.
For sonic reason, best known to him
self, Colonel Ilrush, ot Carbondale, re
fuses topay to Mr. Lowe the reward be
offered for the capture.ol Captain Slsnuv's
assassins. I.owb rcceied the reward 01
Irrcd by the .Slate, but will have to call
upon the law to, luvestlirale the causes
Hint le.nl lo Colonel Drush'a relusal to pay
up. 'inesiurpliysborovVi.lnlNlato Is
.uo says: 'Soon after the murder ol Cant.
Slsncy, Col. Umth, ot Carboisilale. oirercd
a rcwnnl vt 50".for the apprehension
and convict lon"6r tlicluurdercr. It was
our opinion at lint tlnt ltni.th illd this to
mako liimound big, that he had no feel
ing for Slsnei4, aud that lie did not offer
jho reward with the intention ol ever
paying It. It now wems that wo were
correct in our Judgment, for we
are Informed that he ivfUM.d to iav the
reward. Tlieii U not UmU
diatory Ifnslie not ljecn guilty of re
pudiating his private dcbU heretofoi-e.'
Did he not at one time own a wildcat
liank In Carbondalo before the war ; aud
lid he hot cause 1 that bank to break ; and
lid hu ndt redeem his bank notes nt
twenty-llru cents and at various sum bc-
owpar? Wo knew something of these
facts when he made the reward, aud felt
sure that beuuver would pay miles com
pelled t by law."
4 TI.I ATIX F THE WHfNKV
, . TKSAl,.
The whisky trial In St. Louis excited
snore tnau usual Interest oil Saturday
Owing to the social position of the inc'n
put on the stand.
milium .'iciveu, Ol me ui ,ii-jJeuuMit,
leitllied that ho lind never received any
money from Joyce on any occasion, in
thcpifscnco ol Fltzroy, or elsewhere;
that Kltroy's statement that he (McKce)
used the words,- "This Is asaered thing,"
was an untruth ; that he never had any
interviews with Joyce, Flt7.roy or McDon
ald; never had mi undcr.-tandlug on
wlilky matters with Megruc, Leaven
worth or Joyce ; never visited Megrue
over Killings' bank ; never had any per
sonal Knowledge ol the whW
key ring. He te.lllled that
ho Once had a slwrt Interview with Me
gruc at the Limldl hotel. Was 011 Ma
Sitirc a oonu, aiiu Having ncaru mat t It.
roy was intending to plead guilty, went
to Magulrc and told blm that It he had
lM-eu doing anything wrong hu had bet
ter .'re Flttroy. Went with him accord
ingly to Fit.roy'o house. Never had any
thing but general conversation with Mc-
D6nld about the whisky ring.
(. ou-tantiiio Magulie swore that he
a not in the whisky ring,
nor had any connection with
It at any time; nor had .111 understanding
with anybody on the ubjccf.
C. A. "owcomb, cx-Unlted Slates Mar
.thai, Ustllled that htr never had an tin-
uersiamiiiig with anybody in rcganl to
the ring, nor ever received any money
from whisky In any way. Had conversed
with h ord concerning irregularities, and
had received Intimations of fraud from
a man named lironscii in 1S73. which
was followed up. Had often talked over
these matters with Joyce, aud once with
McDonald. Was induced to believe that
stories of fraud might have originated
wftft discharged ollklals.
William Patrick, ex-district attorney.
testified that Concannon once Miowed
hhn a box of papers, nailed
up, unassorted, containing evidences of
fraud. Had received several notification!,
concerning the existence of a whisky
ring, from men who had 110 proofs to fur
nish. Had a conversation with McDou-
ild in April, 1871, when McDonald said
he did not believe there were auv such
fraud." a tumoral. Both McDonald and
Magulrc had testified that they believed
UeTburnlng of llovis,fc Fraser'a books
accidental. Mr. l'atrick denied ever re
ceiving money trom McDonald or Joyce,
uirecuy or liullrectly. The UtpMUan,
commenting on the evidence which
wo cleaned from Its columns, says
The general reader may wonder how it
came to pas that Ncwcomb and Patrick
were called for the defence. Their testi
mony will not strike the nubllo as mak
ing any point for McDonald. Indeed, it
is proper anil becoming to remark that
the evidence of those witnesses was such
as to go a long way towards maklntr this
community believe their names were
used by Joyce without any lusllflcatton.
llotU make out Very good cases."
General c. 11. lloynlon. of Cincinnati
1. iin. 1
iciuucu concerning the reputation of
A fire In Quiucy cost tho nronerli
Bonier Mexicans robbed the mail
on tho Corpus Christ! route, Texas on
The Spiritualist Wilson savs that he
will speak In Cairo ou tho Suudavs of
Megrue, the St. Louis whlskv rlmr
mail, was oim of tho ptirty engaged lu
Grant's San Domingo speculation.
-We learn that Col. K. 11. Watklns, or
Mound City, will deliver a lecture lu
Cairo, betore tho Liberal llellglous Asso
elation lu a short time.
The Massac Jturnal; "John 11.
Oberly is In the Held delivering addresses!
on, Odd Fellowship, wo presume. Wo
would like to have John come im thU
Tho Vleksburi.' Ht.-.tU, ten.
ave been built three
railways with public money; it is now
ouui uauat least one.'Thl
thould be insisted oU."
The Galveston and 4.....i
(Texas) road will probablv to ,Tl
Braunfcls until the Intcrnatloual moves
It down to San Antonio, and -SewBrann-fcls,
meanwlilje, joust become a prosper
Tlie Austin Stattnman - Nearly all
uairow gauge roads, except that from
ai. t,ouu to Cairo, penetrate sparsely
populatod mountainous illstrlcts, end
t they pay good dividends. Let's m e
one to Impassas."
-l'litllp Bnillh, who wni- cut hi the
abdomen, hy M. W. Div. in lliadey's sa
loon, corner ol Sixth aud .Market HreeU,
St.l'OMia.on ther morning of tlie; lotlif
um of his WBunOt on Sunday moAiin.
Dlxlsv-iiiidertrres' j, M
.fofles, ofMawac, says : "tlie John
sou county Journal seems quite'certatn
that McCartney has a finger In the Ytu
wan pie. the )oiumt is Just as positive
that he hasn't. Not lo make too line a
point of It, we think ht !.
The llnuy Watltraoii eluiaeteiling
the Cincinnati tunulvtrs "es, you arc
groaning by the gravo of InHatloii, mid If
a IkiOooii, sitting In , deserted misery,
muuelilng his paws mi a tombstone, can -smile,
yon can smile. Your smile is sim
ply the sardonic grin of death."
--Tlie Austin (Texas) satmnn: "If
Missioslppiaus would do honor to them
selves and make the distinction between
barbarism and civilization and decency
ever conspicuous, Lamar should succeed
Ames aud tho several blacks and Pease,
who have degraded statehood even by
the sheer force of intellectual littleness in
the Senate ot the United States."
-The lint i '-Mr. William itusdcii, a
miner sixty years of age, employed at No.
'i shaft, Mt. Carbon, was caught under
falling coal lat Tuesday morning, Injur
ing lil buck and hips ,eveivly. Ii Is
feared (hat he cannot recover so as to ever
bo able to dig coal again. Mr. KumIoii
Is ouc of the oldest miners on theo
works, and Is well-known hen'."
The Jackson uoiinly .v : Mr. .1. II.
Obcrly, of the Caii-o lUlUUn, CraitdMas
ter of (his .Sliife. I. O. O. V U out nuk
Injr addresses. He was" at Sp.irlu last
Friday evening, and has inailo the ful-
lowing appointments for thuidtol the
month: Farmlngton, Tuesday evening.
'A'M; Jer.-cyville, Thursday nftcrnoon.
2.'th and at (putney. Tuesday. 150th.
The Cairo UaittU: "Davo lilnogjr
with two thousand dollars ! The thing
Is tiK ab-iitrd to talk about. If, during
his entire residence lu Cairo, he ever came
In possession ot evou one liuuilied dol
lar., and kept the Uct from tho knowl
etlsc. ol our iconle. the act was entlrelr
out ol keeping with the whole routine of
his life. No crooked whisky tor Dave.
Hp takes hi-'n straight."
The (olcoudiiZffw.: "Moe Hur
rell was not elected treasurer of Alexan
der county. Voti see he edits the Cairo
On 'l(, Independent, ami the Democracy
don't elect any rcadlu men. It 1 true
Olx-rly was elected to the Assembly, but
he did It byliitviiuru renort cliculaleil
among the unwashed of I'nlon and .lack-
son that ho was pa-tor ot a hard-shell
Uapllst church In Keutucky."
The Uolconda lle,ill: "Cairo
nappy ; the levee is to be repaired and
the city is to pay for it. Wo were actu
ally afraid that the city would havu to
buy another pair of stilts, or worse still, be
washed away entirely, and then what
would mc do for a Huu.ktin, mid how
would folks get killed, aud how would
Johnson county jurymen ever get min
der cas.es to try, If such a sad calamity
should hapHn? Let Cairo feed her poor
on fatted turkey this Thank-giving
The Woatlhull Oner More.
(from mi Jnlirt lew of (lie Cluclniiuli Times. J
"Mrs. Woodhuff, 1 would like to have
joii tell mc your opinion of the result of
mis new movent 111 uic needier scandal.'
aald the reporter later In the conversa
"It must all come to the s 111 face sooner
or later," was the reply ; "all the rotten
ness 01 mat cesspool, anu tlie moral vile
ncss and badness of Brooklyn. There
will be statements mado and testimony
riven entirely new aud startling. Money
ms been ooiircd out like water to hliln
the truth, by tiartles who have never vet
been heard from in connection with the
scandal, but to whom the truth exposed
were ruin: butalltlieonnosine-iinil inr.
riuir Interests will eveutuallv hiv it nil
open, and the world will gaze upou It lu
"You are satlslled ot Mrs. Tiltou's Infi
delity" "ballsllcii: I know It at well as I know
I am alive."
"When did you lirst know ltV
"Almost the lirst time 1 ever met The
odore, he poured the whole story into
my cars. 1 told him there were but two
courses to take, either va tmmoiiint.iv
and shoot Mr. Bcechcr or shut his mouth
ami oe niienr, ami uot go blubber nsr
But Tllton'K own sllns were sn i..rni..nt
mm nu nun KiiutTii iu jieeriipr riuir lu.
dared not move liken man. Beecherand
juioii ami Jiouitou anil Mrs. Til ton
were at my house hundreds ot
times, anil all this matin- u-,
ireeiy laiKeo 01 once wmie we woi- tn.
gemcr. Alter mucii talk, Theodore
arose and said : "Well, Henry, you love
hllzahcth, and she loves you. If you
can bless her in any way, do so, anil 1
win never ltiterierc.' ami ilrew us out of
uie room auu leu mem alone together.
Mrs. Tilton it an ardent, Intensely amor
ous and passionate women, and loves
"This is not (lie general Idea ot Mrs.
"I kllOW it. but it Is rorrpl. I lmv.
held her head lu my lap lor hour, while
f ho told oyer the story of her love and
shame. Mrs. Bceeher l .1 irrmirl nml
noblo women, but as much lnlsmated
with him asKIIzabeth with Theodore.
Bcechcr. In his bovhooU. ui-nmWii 1..
marry her, and hhu held him to his mo-
mue 111 later ycarv"
imi niton wrltu that life of youri'f"
"He wroto every wnnl. Inn rrnt it
from notes furnMied by a gentleman. It
sounded the knell ol my ruin and down-
THE MEXICAN BORDER.
Hitltulnn. or Ike Bet-nil t'lul.t
(lcll lu .Si. iulilli.iilillcan,
Xxu-Oki.kash, Nov. 21. Tlie llnmh.
UeanU San Antonio sH'dal sums up the
jlitht with Mexicans at I.os t'tiovo as
'toe V. S. cavalry caught Mexican cat
tlo thieves crohslng stolen cattle. De
mand was made by n I'nlted States
officer ou the Mexican authorities to
deliver up the cattle and thieves
which was not done. United States
tropps being ordered not to cross, re-
2Sh?lL tWB.taMk wWIe McNelley
M i Ith the Texas State troops crossed and
attempted to recapture tlie cattle. The
Melc?ns l'?vlfr nal time drove McXel
le before them. Forty of tho Klghth
cavalry crossed over, contrarv to orders
jri fought the Mexicans sldey side wlih
MeNee ry's men, until obliged by over
whelming numbers to fall Vk to ihu
side. I our Slexleans were kllle.1. it Is
not Improbable that tho Mexicans will
crossover. The cattle were not reeov-
eied. Los Clicks Is tho headiiuaitei s of
UAtvKaro, Nov. l!l.-8peclal kclu
IfrauM' reorivcil yesterday, from llrews
iflllo.ttat nf that ('apt. MeNulty mm cut
""Widcred near Los Cuovos, ap
pparto Mvebtcu merely rutnors obtained
through Memican sources. Advices re
ceived tin to a latn hour last night from
commaudlng ollleers ol the V. S. forces
In Inmt or Los Cuovos, report that Capt.
MeNulfyhas recrosscd to the American
side ol the river wills his command all
lliciiMONn, Nov. 'M. .lusl previous to
the departure of the 0:20 p.m. Northern
pound train, an exciting sceno occurred
between Ocn. Hradluv 'J. Johnson and
tlen. I). Imboden. Tfie lattur, going off
on tho train, was nppronched by Hen.
Johnson, who. saving to Imboden he had
been looking for him all day, adminis
tered sundry blows with a cowhide. Im
boden mmle at Johnson, when tho latter
drew a pistol, but before hu could use It,
both were (separated and arrested. The
cause of the assnult Is alltlhuted to the
evidence given by lmpo(len In the eon
tested election case between Johnson ami
Milglit for seats in the State Senate.
Tlie Trnirle rule of nil Ohio llrewpr,
Com'miiim, () November 21.-Wcinle-llne
ttaeger. n brewer hv occupation, fell
from the new Orecn Lawn bridge to-ilay,
and was Instantly killed, flaeger. while
out walking, came to the bridge in
course of construction across the Sciota
river. '1 (linking to .'avt time, he at
t;''ni'fcd to cros the river by u wire on
the bridge, two hundred feet long and
lllty feet above the water. He had gone
about twenty-flM- feet, hand-over-liand.
when tho wire commenced cutting his
hands. Me then sought to return to the
point irons which he Parted, but was tin- '
nine melius- to hip wire, nml ooii It'll to
tlie riii'k? below, (lii'lillijlilln to jilfco.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and II.OOO acre' of
unimproved Lands in Alexander count v.
"Winter's I'.iock" and "Winter's
A large miinUr ol dclrablo Ke.l
donees, and excellent vacant Lots, (tullH
hie for bii-iness hoiifcs and residence-.
Bu-lne.-s house on Levee, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham & Stllw Al.
Bu-lness housu on Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cro, Cole
man X Co.
Winter', lilock- niltablo ror Hotel.
Olllees or liiiiine" rooms clu-an.
Tenements numbered 4, 7, S and u, In
Winter's Bow, 5 rooms each, for 10 ner
No. 10 (comer), $12 .7)7 rooms
1 oitage on Klxlh street, near Wash-
Ington avenue I rooms S10 a month
Store room lu "Pilot House," lately
occupied iy .. iiiiiicy.
storeroom lately occupied by Howe
N'wing .machine Co., ou Commercial
avenue, near Ninth street.
1 wo small noun's we.t of Twenty
second street, near Pine, $1 each
,..-iit . 1
"".""' "oiisc on Twciitn, near
n ainut, o rooms, lor SI2 tier month.
Store room on Levee, above Klghth
.sireet aj ier month.
FOB LKASEOI! SALK.
number of Lots ou Levee, above
I welfth i-treet. outside lire limit.
a largo number of other Lot iu dldcrcnt
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
1000 sheets of bristoi board
reived at the Ik'i.i.KTix ollicc,
sale to the trade.
City of Cnlru,
colored and varnished, for .ale at
price ($2.C0) at tlie Bui.lktin ofllee.
Exchange for sale ou all the princi
pal cities of huropc at Kntcrprlse Saving
A scries of lectures under tlie auspi
ces oi tlie members of tho Library Ai.ro-
elation for tlie c.itabllhiucnt of n public
library In Cairo, will le held alter-
nately attherresbyterlan, Methodist nnd
t lirlitaln ehurehes. The follovriiiL' la
dies and gentlemen have kindly con
sented to lecture, commencing:
Xov. 1, Dr. II. iVardner.
" a'f, ISev. Cha-s. A. Ollbcrt.
" 2t, Dr. Win. 11. Smith.
Dec. (I, Miss Kate Thompson.
" Hon. Wm. II. Green.
" 21, .Mrs. G. U, Alvord.
,i, V' 0: fJ,)HS' Sce'y.
Ily order of Lxecutlve Committee.
I or Mi it I
To every sauago inaimliieturcr of
Calio thh challeiigo U submitted on the
following ground-,: That tho different
varieties of aausnirc mamifiicfiiml iiv
Kochler & Bro. are superior to anv other
Cairo manufacture. The decision of the
matter will bo Icll to a competent com
mittee, nt Scheel',s hall on Sunday. Nov.
Wn make t hi 4 nir.-i-1 11 ll-Miul Intlli t.xl
Uiu conlldent Hint ill-it..!- t..i.J(...'ii...
that inaile by Kochler A Uro. has not
been mid cannot Ik- produced in Cairo or
lilt: Dllliu Ul 111II1U1K,
11-HMil iT.KII. Koi'.llI.IMt .Mini,
Hw York Nttirr,
Nuw Sugar Cured Hani;,,
New Sugar Cured Urcaklast llacon,
.cw nugar cured Shoulders,
Nuw Hock Candy Drip Syrup.
lv..VO.Seir-rllag lluckwheat Flour,
ben article In use-try It,
New Dried Com, etc.,
Mluco Meat, '
.New Orleans suirar and svruo.
r tho above goods at bottom tig-
( 'li w fl Pnn-R rn
Opium or Morphine Eaters !
Ciirt-d without jmln or liiconvrulruce, alyour
home in ludaya. Jlt-dlclnra for Urt Hire wetke'
llTatmeutKnifurto any nddreia ou receipt of
U dollar., Slate ainouut imeJ dally.
Addrn., p. II. nUUHAlill, M. U.
-Muu.gr, fit. I.ouli llitbil.te llnsiillal
Drurikttinfss Cup4h( t if
VrhJious liK!OnrBMsV,atroiirliiie Ail
dnte era At te. ear etMrest 011 rreetkt ef Mi
tlnllsr. AiWitsS, "
F.li. 11UIIUAUI), U. 1.
MunnircrSI. Louis Inebriate tIoiilil.
Ortlir-llll oilvi'MtrrrbSt I-nnh,
Obstacle! io Marrlig.
Happy relict for young men from the
effect of F.rrora and Abuses lu early life.
Manhood-restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed.' New method or treat
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Books and Circulars sent free, in ecaled
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Pa. an institution having .a high repu
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To fell Dr. Chase's Keclpea ; or Infor
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in the t'nlted States and Canada. En
larged by the publisher to 048 pages. It
contains over 2000 household recipes, and
Is suited to nil classes mid conditions of
society. A wonderful book and a house
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est IniluceiiienU ever ottered to book
agents. Sample copies sent by null,
Postpaid, for $2. Exclusive territory
given. Agents more than double their
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Printing llou'e, Ann Arbor, Mlchijrau.
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lite lie l.t.Ml.s tirlnUn
sixelnttr or Hill Ilntiln,
.Null' llt-itits, l-ttrr llrn.lt.
."Ijiteinentt, fhl', tile. Look at thre julotm:
"malt .-ibc Mil hiiutt, jki iku .!jj w
Miilitllil r Mil I, el. It, ht lliuii-:it. a 7ft
All on liMiiltrii k.iiii. ir, arlUlu inllls,
mlitl lin r.iilt ,rr l".iinil ijhrr limn irr
iimI liy iij-(.l f mUrr-nilnl In nlrrl the
mills rittvlnlly -,)- )iU tillire.
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txltor Hi. -nit, CurlyMe, mt Kh W
Note llf.t.l, Lurl)-)t-, jitr 111 1 pd
ltlllni:i-niil h t I'h.-Iixi-
Uutliit-t tiinlt, Nu. I 3-jily llrMM Imnril,
lr i"w 'J 3d to 4 (11
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iMarli-iliret, tutir-lieflt, lull-sticet inJ three
mtlonrrs, una culotrtl wsrk Mnw Hi Iiuls
raiiil'hlet, mnk W'oik nnil I'rieo l.UU rande
Awarded ths Hlirheat Medal at Vienna
n in. ran & co.,
501 Broadway, Now York.
(Opp. MilroioliUii HoM.)
MAnufuctumrM, Importer et Dealer In
CHROMOS AND FRAMES,
STEREOSCOPES and VIEWS,
.W.IIUMS, nllAI'IIOSCOfKnautl .StTIAIll.K
Wc-arolIunliiurk'r forctiryllilnK'Inth wyof
Licons and Kipc Lisiersi
Ilrliii,' MmifclnrtT of t tic
Kach Hyle Mog
ID liett of It claw in the
y r.'ntoloiniei of I.mitprna imJ lt.M lit. .11
rcctlnns lor uiflnx iit-ntonaji.lli-iiou.
Any t-titi-rprUlnv man can imikc loonrr with
s3 - c.it out thU aavtrtUrment to, rtn-rcnee -a
iJm- MVHisTiri? "V1 le"-''l from
uiiiim jsi.n 1 II hi IthKT ant) Commercial Ave.
nil to the Cjiiimi.ll..ii i.ri..ir '
V vn? m iil-'K .L!";" TKSTII AMI KI.KvI
K.s I II h I Ithl-.l .v lately owiiild by J. (Jr-
:Srt.u"Sf7nK-IW,,JrS,,a ,'0,"", ''l'lete.s.
Wlileli liae lirnvr.l tn In- Ihr i.m.i
trV12i' .,hi0,,",lr," riinnliiK niarlilne aoH. '
CTA trial will uonvliiri- any tine lliat tliey arr
lli mucli ip tu liuv. '
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Np.10Ct.tton,. Silt 'lwt,aiSl I.I nun Thread,
Whklnu'DnVral Imr lliirrM,
G1t m. Otvll.
The HOWE MACHINE CO.,
f. BgNKETTf Amr
NUIenrillliiolo, Ak'XNiiilrrniiinly im
wnjuiiroun, io Ue January trim Ii;,).
Sarah J. Cliixtn 1.
'Olili I). CliUnitt uU-lllll
T of th non-t-riililcncc of .Ian
and tiller, Z nv TA.."" ?""i.J" ' '".mas
ofaalil Al.i,Trr roni.ty" JlrV.ilt coml ,.o!
.court, notice U
-i i , !' ,u yol'ium Jane i
M. Ulllluiuil, MrUyca 1 limn,,, ,a oi
known Mr. or i:ilj7u ii I.i7 dfTJu.' nil
tlie comnlaiiLiii iii-i i.iii rv.J .fr.1
fj?,0?, i,;rJ '' ot1' ei''". t"nVJSo5
hi r bill luaklnit you )rkli atiedautetlwni?
Now mi you ibu bki.l-iVn.i.n..' if'."';
I'lxwr Ufore I lie court on Uiel.tiUy ofthe ntxt
ifnJ!i.hie7,'if,,0i,H' 'Mn "a aodrorVld county
- iu uauuary next, to tilMif
answer or demur to aal.l ,.,i,!mi.i,,..,. I'lfT0'
ioni Ulnt, tlie aani and lue matters aud Inlnas
heulii chnrged and tatd, will U- takVo TaaVon
led und a decree tulerrd agalntt touacturS.
In liilha,iv..rl.l l. Ml J au-oril-
Xutciulrt-r ivili, A. U. Mi.
CroixUll & I. ln.MHr. nl c lur. i,.r ,u.'.....ii..
Clew Bnvsinsi, Lonr TiOmr
TEN CENT CIOAR
THE GOLDEN STAR
Sole Agents, Two Stores, 74 Ohio
Iievee, and Washington Awe.
Corner Eighth Street,
THE GOLDEM STAR
Read! Read! Read!
HEILBRON I WEIL
Have Seduced their Xntiraltook in both their More. OeaeUtiBgof
DR7-GOODS and GLOTHINO,
SUIT FOR $6 AND UPWARDS.
m akd isrr mwm ws bah u urn a mm n Aima.
ALMO IM FUBNURIKO OOOXMI!
In our Dry.Uutxt. lVrtntrm ire mill nt
A PRESENT OF TEN YARDS OF THE BE8T CALICO
To f rr rjlxnlr who lni) tn th amtuul of mtm dollar.
Kf'fivr nt a trill ant wi will cnlnc yuu that Wr uwa what Wf ay.-C
IT PATS TO TRADE AT
HEILBRON & WEIL'S,
142 & 144 Commercial Avenue.
r. 1. STOGKrUCTH,
Importer and Who!MU Dlr In
WinM and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Monontahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES. HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA
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