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(f lir Julian.
MrmlliiK MnUrr on i:ry I'mco.
JOHN U. OUKIII-Y, Alitor.
Tut: trouble with Mihim wii,
was a .Munn-o''iiiakltf
.ScNirort Oai!I'i:.vti:u must liavi been
'Mi?wi-.itcly frhoit" when lie pit mixed
up with llie Milwaukee wlil.-Uy riiij,'.
Kx-.Si:s.uoii IIi:.mI!Icks who I- In
Washington to nlteiitl tliu Supreme
Court, declare" lilm-elf hi favor of Kerr
K.voh ino people a.v that .Seeretniy
Kohc.son's warlike preparations nii'aii
nothing mid that In- U simply iiuiMnghl
nimiial Iransfcr of Hul Iroiu cold to
Tin; Chicago Tribute -ays "Miinn wa
n comparatively poor man." Hut lie
went to Wisconsin la-t tall mid Mumped
the Stale liulitMriously for Carpenter.
Where, did huot the money 'i
Vin'.-l'iiiiMiiK.vr Wii.sox died on Wed-nc.-day,
the 'JHh ot November, and wn?
hurled on Wednesday, Dec. let. Ntheie
nut omclhln" too umeliof naradc which
means iioUilng, wm.lis over the remains of
our public men?
Caiii'KXi ku appears to have been thu
mauajiln: spirit of the Wisconsin w hisky
rliij,'. 1swt fall, Miinn lelt Clements to
his fate, and went to Wleonln to woik
tor Carpenter. (Juery: did they wovk
together In the whisky ilmriis well In
the political rliifr?
The latest rumors In .SI. Louis about
.tho whUky rlnjr were that llabeock had
received the attention of the urand jury
in the shape ol an Indictment. The
l'rebldent must bcetllnir nnooinforla'
blv warm about, this time.
Munn solemnly and euiphallcally w-
sells that he Is the victim of a ban con
j-piraey on the part of the St. Loul
whisky rinj;, of wlio.-u crooked ways he
was the 1 1 rat toappri.e (he authorities at
Washington, and that he Is tery eonll
ilent of U ability to establish his entile
"S o I' NO.
Tho Cairo correspondent of'fhe tit.
Louis Glubt'Dcnuxrat says theio Is cen
tral regret In Cairo in ie;ard to Munn'.s
Indictment, ami that hU friends believe
that ho Is tho victim of :i conspiracy by
the rliitf at St. Louis. This is a mistake.
The jremral opinion in Cairo Is that
Muan is guilty and that ho led Llucgar
to practice crooked ways in the crooked
The readers of the Hui.i.ki i.v will read
with Interest the special di-pateli from
Springfield, which appears in another
column. Wo hope liu statements con
tained hi it may bo verified by the result
of Mr. Liuegar' trial before the court,
and that the clouds now roslim: upon Ids
reputation may be lifted and cleared
away. And I his hope, wo believe, i
shared by many friends of .Mr. Liuegar in
ZIXI.'H r.S V I.OI'KDlA.
We have received the llrst lour num
bers of Zcll's Popular Kueyclopedla and
Universal Dictionary, revised edition. It
! a beautiful and valuable woik, issued
monthly, and will be completed in si My
four numbers. The price, two dollar.-a
month for tour parts, places It within the
reach of every one, ami the complete
work will be lo every mbscrlbcr an In
valuable historical, biographical, geo
graphical, seicntllle, art and language
dictionary, Tho revised edition contains
eighteen colored maps nud nuinbeilc
handsome Illustrations. The work can
be procured by addicsslng .. W. .M.'irili,
general agent, S11 North i'fjlh street, St.
i in: hi v hi Alton r nn mr.vv.
The Chicago Tribune of Wednesday,
speaking of the relations of Senator
Logan and ex-Supcrvlsor Munn, says that
the Whim of that city takes Iho occasion of
Senator Logan's' Illness to "misrepresent
his action wltli icgard to the proposed
removal of Supervisor Munn, of Ihlseily,
to another revenue district, last jear.
The order re-distributing the Supervisors
of internal P.evcnue was promulgated
Jut after Supervisor .Munn had removed
bis residence to Chicago iroin Cairo In
order to be better able to attend to the
duties of Ids olllce. llo was ordered
to New York, and lids second
temoval of hU largo family would have
seriously embarrassed him, p.uticiilaily
as be was comparatively a poor man.
Supervisor Munn represented these facts
to thu senator ol bis district, and Senator
Logan, bcllolng fully in bis IntegiUy, as
he does still, went wllh him to Conunls
tloiier Douglass and obtained permission
for Mr. .Munn to remain bete. Senator
Logan did this as he w ould liuvu done
It for any other of his constituents that
he had reason (o trust."
It is all right for tho TfUmne to speak a
good word for Mr. .Munn, but that paper
bun been either grievously misled or is
knowingly mlsrepieEii.tliig acls hi the
Interest of Senator Logan and Mr. Munn.
It Is a well known fact throughout ull of
Southern Illinois, and ono of which s,cll.
ator Logan, an intimate personal friend
and visitor In the family of Mr. Munn,
could not be Ignorant ol, that neither
chick nor child has ever dis
turbed tho quieludo of thu ex
supervhor'n hearthstone. Ills "large
iainlly" consist ,f blniM-lf,- wife
and futhcr-ln-law. His father-in-law Is an
old gentleman who.o wlilte balrs pro
claim him as past the agu to pel lorin
much labor, cither mental or manual,
but -who was not too old to enjoy n com
fortable oliiccuro hi Munn's oKlcc, and
who wu therefore not a burdeusomu
member ol the cx-supervlsor'n "lingo
family." And when tho family res
idence wan in Cairo, they clicu
Into J let ween Cairo ami Chicago and
Chicago and Cairo wllh n fieipicncy
wlitrh did not weem to lie particularly
iinli.irr.i-iiij? to .M 1 1 1 1 u " dinners. The
Tlnif. may bclk'U) ll stnlenicnt that
.M 1 1 1 1 1 1 "wan comparatively a poor man,"
hut when thai trent li'iiiali was in Cairo
a Ion- month? a'o, ho inatlo It a malterol'
boast that he was woilli olio hitnihiil
tlioti-.uul dollars. Tlie-e are. facts patent
to everybody In Cairo, if not In Chicago,
and (hi! attempt to controvert them can
huvo no other effect than to make .Miinn
ridlculoiH and fasten more deeply upon
him the MiMoiis now attached to his
Prof. Itlehurd A. Proctor, the cele
brated KuglMi ii-trouoiiier, ha jut con-
cludeil a course of lectun in lioslon.
Itepiibllcau Journals In Ohio are se
riously proposing I Inyo and Woodford
as a good ticket lor the presidential can-
A. n. Wll-on, of l.oiilville, has been
appointed by the secretary of the treas
ury to be chief clerk ol t lie trcaury de
partment lu place of Avery, resigned.
The Secretary of the Treasury lin.
directed the retirement nfTill, I":! of out
standing legal teiideiv, that amount belim
eighty per cent, of the amount of national
hank circulation Issued during the month.
'Vi vr(V)aliuHles are Uui Wui (iul-
bord allalr wilt receive the attention ol
the KnglMi parliament when that body
meets and (hat (he Catholic bishop ol
.Montreal may bo severe deal wltli.
Col I. 1 Kejaii and ('apt. II. M .
Uaylor, both of Philadelphia, fought a
duel at l'dgemoov, In Dcleware. on the
'JTtli lust. The duel was tin; result of a
(piarrel between the two men at n bote1
lu Philadelphia. Uaylor was shot lu the
left side, but no serlou Injury was In
lllcted. The following Is a correct II -1 of cotr
tests lor seals lu the hnuc of represen
lives : Alabama, Hromnery V". llaralsou;
I'lorlda, l'lnley vs. Walls Illinois. Le
Movnevs. rarwell; I.oulsian, hpenccr
vs. Morey, ltreux vs. Darrall , .Masnicbu-
setts, Abbott vs. l'ro't : Minnesota, Con
v." Strait : New Vork, Lowery vs. Nor
(on ; South Carolina, Le vs. I'alney
Ittittr. vs. .Maekey ; Irginla, J Malt vs
(Joode; Idaho Territory, I ei n s. Itcn
nett: I'tau Teillory, llaskln vs. Can
Late. Washington dUpalch : It I
said on apparently good aulboilly that
President I! rant has determined to re
move V.. T. I unne,i.chlef justice of the
supreme court of Aii.oua Territory, on
account of the position lie has assumed
in public speeches on the school-fund
que-tloM. lie is an ardent Catholic, and
lias Indicated his desire that hl eo relig
ionists shall have a share of the common
school fund set apart lor their tpoclal
control. This places liim hi open oppo
sition to (he president's Iowa speech on
the school micsttou.
A Washington special lolhc Chicago
Tri'mne says: "K. Koe, I'nltfld States
uiHrshal at Springlleld, Illinois, has ar
rived here to secure, if possible, a rc-ap-polutmciit.
Ills commission expires De
cember 1'-'. 1I1II, olio of the deputies ol'
the oilier, Is an ii'plr.mt for Hie place.
1IIII I a brother-in-law ol Senator 0,'lcs
by, and U supposed to have his support,
while liou claims to have the recommen
dation of Logan. Ills not believed, how
ever, thatanydillieulty wlllniise between
t lie two senators on account ol thl pf
llce," A special dispatch to tho Chicago
Timei from Carbondalc, dated November
HO, says: "Marshall Crain, convicted ol
the murder of Win. Spcnce last August,
who Is to be hung on the :21st day of .lau
uary, has made a confession of Ids sins,
and, under heavy guard, was taken from
the jail at Maiiou and baptised on last
Sunday. He Is writing a history of the
Williamson county veudclla elncu ids
i-omiecllon with it, which U to be pub
lished after hU death, llii iiMiUnU, re-
euutly made and kept from the press till
now, exculpates several who are under
Indictment for the same offense now
l'rokon, of (Irax. lias constructed a
lock on a new principle, which lie claims
renders II proof against picking or copy
ing the key. The peculiarity consists In
a i;ey-iioio curved upward instead ol
tralght. with a corresponding compound
cur veil key.
A silver medal has been awarded hv
die l-'reneh Society of Accumulation to
Messrs. (liven and Jerome, anil a bronze
medal to .Mr. Stone, ol the Ameiicaii Pish
Culturists' Associutiou, In recognition of
their labor in transporting salmon eggs
We have read so many start ling ac
counts, ot apparent deadi followed hv
burying alive, dial we may not be tin
wlsehi beating the following lu mind :
A medical gentlemen of Cremona states
that If a droii of ammonia lie inlceted be
neath die skin, a red snot will appear
siiouid me paiieui nc auve, nut ir ueatn
has actually taken place no such ellect
A method ot towing canal-boats by
team has been Introduced Into llelglum,
Thu locomotive Is similar to those In use
on the Ll-bon Iramwavs, and runs on a
single line laid on die towing-path. The
driving-wheels' are broad-llanged, wltli
rubber tires. :mi! rm, u,u inaeadainl.cd
siirliico r Hi,, nan, ; two grooved wheels
bear on die rail un.l uuldo the lUri-etlun
ol the locomotive, lly a slmiW. piece of
mechanism die greater wi-lght can m
thrown upon eillicr the driving or guid
lug wheels at will. Only one lino is laid
down, and when two locomotives meet
they exchange l.arges, and re trace their
paths. They weigh four Ions, and draw
heavy barges nt a speed ol about three
miles an hour.
A Frenchman named Pel i inn, who
styles blui'i'lf "contractor lor public
lighting," bus a factory and warehouse
for tho innUiug ami selling of oxygen,
which Is kept stored In metallic reser
voir under a heavy piessure, and deliv
ered to cuMoinci for such purposes ns
thu lighting of theater and diniug-hulls,
hlow-plpo use, inhalation and ventila
tion, and air balh-.
An Illinois) I'l-i-di'i- In lio llHiiki iiilel
Ciik Ado, Dec. L Allied .1. Stralton,
sccielary of the Chicago nud Illinois
liver railroad company, tilled a petition
lu bankruptcy this morning In behalf of
the company. The total liabilities foot
up about ?1, ,100,1)00, The assets consist
of a claim of about O.OOO against the
Pekln Sulliwestem railroad company,
mid thu loiid-bed, right of wav, firs, iron
tunlhildge? of the company, '
HE CAUS ON JUDGE TREAT AND PUO
TESTS THAT UK IS INNOCKHT.
loii' (Idi'h UN
M It 1 1 I
liolliirt One 'Hum-
Munn on tlio "Hugged Edge"-
S.ivbt illiuitcli to the ltlllUlhi
Srntxtinr.i.n, li.i.'., Dee. 'J. 1ST,".
1). T. Llnegar, of Cairo, appeared here
to-day, voluntarily, to answer the Indict
ment against him for complicity in the
whisky Iraud at Si. LonK lie stated
to .Judge Tieat that though there were
Irregularities hi the indictment, lie did
not desire to tako any advantage of them,
but was ready to meet all charges, lit;
gaye ball hi one thousand dollars for his
appearance to answer the charge. P. II.
Popj Lclng his seeiully. The. impres
sion he makes before the court and news
paper men hero is that lie is innocent.
I. m is Sat i Hint.
.Mil II II Oil tin- ltiiKK l Diltfr.
( niCAiio. Dee., 1. D. W.Jlunn.ox-
supcrvi-or of internal revenue of the
Southern dWtiiet of Illinois, was arrested
to-dav, and his (rial on (he charge of rev
enue frauds will he commenced (his al
sr..s i i:xci;i).
Mii.WAi-Kt'.r.. Dec. L Schllt. A: Iter
gcndial, reetlllcrs, convicted of shipping
goods williout entering llie same as re
inured by law, were tins morning en
lino in t.ooo cacti iiiiu nun
IU .1.1- IIM'I IIIIIm l ..-
Imprisonment hi the county
now tr v.s iiosi: in .Mii.w.( Ki:r..
Mti.WAt'KKi:. Dee. 1. The defense lu
the ease of Tall it Wyinan to-lay Inlro-
duced testimuuv designed lo sbow dial
the stamps could be rcimcd from pack-
i"es and tlie nirures repre.-euung me
nuinber of gallons altered. A. Ilode,
I chemist, and others swore that there
ire preparations by which ink can be re
moved from paper without disfiguring.
ker of hlunwlucs that had been
stampedan hour before was brought Into
court am a man PU leu out me incus, re-
moM'i lliu stamps and tooK out ine iiik
marks that had been made by the
Iln-M. I.iMlU llltl
Kiiimlhe l. I.oiiU 'I'inies, 1
The attendance upon the Avery trial,
when court was called, at ten o'clock
yesterday 'moi nlng, was larger than on
any prevloii" day tinco McDonald was
coiivictcd. All were anxious to hear the
ai'L'iuncut of counsel, but a note from
.Indue Krum announced that lie was too
I to attend, and .ludtre Treat announced
that court would be adjourned until ten
o c nek tills morniii
Itclore adjourumciit, Colonel Djer aid
Unit be Had umierstoo'l mat Mr. isoun
whose trial was set to follow Avery's
would n cad iriilliy. thereby doing away
wilh the necessity of going through (he
.liidgo Treat (lien said I hat alter thu
Averve.iso was Dually disposed ol ho
would tiy certain parties now conliued in
Jail upon charges of forgery and conn
It is slated seini-ollieiallv that the gov
eminent will pro-ceiilc Avery In tho Dis
tiiet of Columbia on the charges recently
dismissed in the court Hero lor want ot
On similar authoiily it is stated Unit
tho grand jury has lounil a true bill
against tien. O. K. Uabeock. Piesident
liraut'.s private sccielary, for complicity
wltli llie whisky frauds'.
UNDER THE S00.
All Hint tVns .Morlnl ol'llie l.nlp Vice
I'li slili'iil tJniiiinlMi'il lo llicJriic
Mini Who hiii lloiiiircil in his Own
Town Ills) Will anil llio 1'Iihin lor
Natick, Mass., Dec. 1. '1'o-day (he
closing luneral riles over in remains of
Vk'c-Picsident Wilson look place, ami
notwithstanding thu severely cold
weather there was a large attendance.
Al lour o'clock yesterday the colllu
was carried from the public hall where
the face hud been exposed to the view of
his fcllow-towiisinen, who came in great
numbers to his late residence, where his'
uiollier-in-Iaw now resides.
At VI o'clock exercises began. The
choir of Mr. Wilson's church sung a
hymn, followed by reading of fcripturcs
and prayer ami an address by I lev. Mr.
Keynolds, of Natick.
io 'i in: iiAi.i..
At the conclusion of thu private ser
vices at the bouse, preparations were at
once made for removing the remains to
die town nan, wuvre the ptioiiu ami llnal
ceremonies were lo take place. This was
soon accomplished, and by die appointed
hour thu casket had been placed upon
the catafalque ami the mourners assigned
to scats reserved especially lor them.
special train hail in die Interim
arrived from Boston bearing the
governor, a portion of Ids stall' and
several members ol thu executive coun
cil, the committees of the Ilostou city
government, lion. .Marshall idler. Con
gressman Henry l'lerce and ollleers of the
T'ilth Maryland regiment and of the In
dependent corps oi cadets ; also the Ilos
tou Fusiliers, who volunteered as an es
cort lor die day. A procession wa
formed and the distinguished guests es
corted to die hall, great crowds tilling
every available position from which to
view its progress, inroiigu :nc streets.
Tho mourner.! having been assigned
seats at the right ot the platform, the in
vited guests were seated in thu front rows
in die body of die hall. The pall hearers
were townspeople and had seats lo the
left, tliu post of the (Iraud Army stand-
lug to die extreme leu and c It .ens
thronging into thu remaining area and
packing the galleries.
About 2,000 persons touud admittance
to die edlllec, while tho seating capacity
was limited to 1.200. Itev. Francis M.
Peloubct, Mr. Wilson's pastor, opened
the services by reading the hymn "God
Is Our Strength", beginning with the
words, "Man in his weakness needs u
ttroiwr siiiy (hall fellow men." "Tliu
holllvsl and iho iiusi" wim Ming by the
Alpluu ipiartette, ot Huston. Following
this was an invocation by ltev. A. Is.
Ileynolds, and Scripture reading by Uuv.
.1. S. Wheedon, to which thu rcvponse
"Abide with Mo" was sung by die quar
tette. 'i ii i: APPiihss,
was dellveied by ISev, isdinund House,
ol Sheiburne, who mainly touched upon
his Intimate personal friendship with the
deceased, and tho great qualities of the
latter as displayed in the midst of people
wim nan Miuwii aim weie Ultimate with
him from youth.
The ipiartette then chanted a poem
written for die ocecsion. An address by
Iho Itev. Mr. Peloubct followed, consist
lug ot personal reminiscenced of Mr.
Wilson. Thu hymn "Nearer my liod to
The," which was an especial favorite
wltli Mr. Wilson, and lu singing which
theoutlru audience joined, was given
with grand ctlect. Tim benediction by
.Mr. Peloubct closed thu last rites over lliu
lenialns of die vice-president.
in i in: iiiiavi:.
The procession then formed in a line of
march, embracing nvnrly every street in
Die town. It was not until 1 o'clock that
the hvaiso Iwarlng the remains reached
llie grave In Del I Park cemetery. The
casket was transferred Irom thu hearse
mid conveyed to tho side of the open
grave ready to receive It. The Grand
Army post lormcd a sipiurc about the lot.
wlillu tliu mlltl.'irv lUriirt uu iliviivn in.
in a line en (lie drlve-wav. The moiiru.
its and Invited guests having assembled
in a uony, inenaiiii mean-wiille playing a
Bolcinn dirge, (he casket was gently low ¬
ered 10 us imai resiing place. .Mr.
Peloubct proiiouiiced the benediction.
I'lus relatives and friends took a last look.
dropped a few llowers upon the casket
lid and tho last rites attending thedeiul-e
of Henry Wilson, vlce-preshlent ol thu
Pulled States, were at an end.
Mr. WIIscii'm Wilt.
Ilosio.v. December 1. Mr. Wllon has
left a will which is lu Ids own hand-writing
and dated April 'JM, 1871. lly If be
heiiieafhs his eullre estate, real aiid in r
sonal, to Ids nephew, Dr. Win. L. Coo-
lidge, lu trust lor the support of bis
modier-lu-law, Mr. Mary Howe, now lu
her DOtli vear, for the education ami sup
port ol ins adopted ilatigbter l.va, a utile
girl of some ten summers and lor other
minor and iic-iguatcd purposes,
trusting at all, as lie expresses
it, to the "friendship, di-cri'lon
inid seuu of right" of Mr. Coo-
lldgc. lie ulso constituted Mr. Coolldge
his executor, directing that no bonds be
required of him either as executor or
trustee. In regard lo the completion and
carrying through the press of the third
ami last volume ol ms "History .ot die
l!le and Fall of die Slave Power lu
America." left ncai I V completed. It Is ex
pected that it will be attended to by Ucv.
Samuel Hunt, a life-long friend and asso
ciate, his lot m i' r pastor and for seven
years his private secretary, and who,
more than all others, has assisted him in
the ptcparaliou of the work.
. - - i
NIkiisoI llie Tillies.
Ni:w Yoiik. Di.c. 1. The failure of
lohn Thompson it Co., No. Illllioad-
way ami No In .Mercer street, liair and
lan'ey goods, I- announced.
.r.w iiui.KANs, i,a Dec. i. i lie liauu
ot America has suspended. The board
ol directors resolved to eea-o active oper-
dlous, mid put llie Uaui. Into llquidatlou
IIai.iimoiii;, Mil Dec. L Stockholders
of the llaltlmore and Southern Steam
IVansportatlou company have resolved
to turn o'cr the property to the directors
for die bene III of the creditors. The In
debtedness Is .-aid tobe.120.000. Steam
ers will be run as usual.
Nr.w Yoiik. Dee. 1. 11. it P. Lawrence.
heavy stationers lu Maiden lane, an
nounce to their creditors their Inability
to continue their navmcnts. Tliev prom
ise a prompt statement of their tll'airs
when a meeting of creditors will be
r.fA'-Ai I hi
eason ol the year, when
so many of our people :nc sulVcring Irom
colds, we call attention to A vim's
Ciii'.nuv Pi;t luiiAi. as a sine euro not
only lor coughs nud cold, but all a lice
lions of die lungs and tin oat. Having
used it in our family lor many years, we
can speak fiom personal know'kdge of Its
clllciency. Tlieru may lie other remedies
that are good, but in all our experience
lids has proved to be by lar the best. Its
qualities are uniform ami wholly i citable.
It Is pleasant to tako, ami should be kepi
at comma, id, by every family, as a pro
tection against a class of complaints
which seem harmless in the beginning,
lint become alllleting ami dangerous If
neglected. AW lineal lltyUlci:
Drunkenness Cured !
W'illiniil liii'diivi'iilt iM P, tit jour Inline. Anll
ilule scut In e lo liny ailihvss on leeelit of uuu
F. II. llUIUIAltll, M II.
MuiiaxiT Si bonis liiilirlatu llo'pht.
Onlci 1111 OlliuSluit, M lmls.
Opium or Morphine Eaters !
Ciiitil llliutit iwiii ur I iicoii i-ii Iciici' , utMiiir
Iiuiiic ill lililitys. .Miilii'liii'sl'iirllrsttliiiu witk'
lle.illaent Milt llie Id miy inliliiss nil ll('i litef
llleilolliirs. .sUiti-iiiiiuiiiit u-iit tl.illy.
Ailihvss, V. II. IIL'IIIIAItl), M. I).
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Olliii Mil OlliiMiul, m. I.uN.
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contains over '.'OOO household recipe-, and
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agents. Samplu copies, sent by mail,
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given. Agents more tliaii double their
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All on loilitirii ioiiiii p.ini', l.uiili- inlllx,
iuIihI two mils nr imuiiil IiIkIut tint it paper
iim-iI liyiiny otlur uillcf--rulitt to unit rat the
mills rsit'vlnlly I'm- this nlliif.
Mutwiifiitu, Carlysle, per Pni $: rm
Ixtlcr Ilcwl.-, Ciirlyi.li', per loon i to
Note lliiuls, Ciirlyslr, per Ufa 3 mi
UIIIiikcjoiIs per liucLuuv T.'.e
Illlsllil'S iiirill, No. I :i-iy llilMol Im.iiiiI,
ikt Phmi J to n 4 10
llunliica ennli, No I lilant, tier P-si a mi
Ulliirter-slieel. Ii;llf-lieel. full.tliiet and llirie.
shirt iiintiis, unit coloinlwoik below SI. Louis
1'ainplili'l, Hook Woik ami Pike I.Uts imule
, kllvov ).utcii ;,.. o wiisiiu sbuttlu
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) tlnUh,
valued at $S,-.. Will lie sold at $20 dis
count, on good terms, and ordered direct
from thu factory.
Colored and mounted Maps ot the
eltyol Cairo al $2 50 each (halt price.)
-A No. I) Wilson Shuttle Suwlng Ma
eliinu valued at $75. Will bo sold at $15
discount, and ordered direct from thu
A $U0 Itcinington Sowing Machine
$:10 oil for wish. Suitable tor tailor or
boot and shoe luaiiufacturer.
A style "!:," "Cloiigli, Warren &
Co.'s" Parlor Organ, right from thu fac
tory ut Detroit. List price, i?;i00. Will
be sold for $200.
For any of tho above articles, apply a
tliu lluu.nriN olllce. K. A. 1(uiim;it.
.1. lliiM'i'llliei-si'Miiay I'uM'liuile Mint pdn a.
inriiinl uileetlniis f nay if ron lliuy elioon'.
his anlly. 'lUh ait lilt can possess. He,.. Iii
iim II, lor mils 1 i,.rtier Milli a Slarrlaw
loilile, I.KMillan Omele, llmilll-, IIIiiIh ,.
1 les.eli:. I.iki,imi mii, A ieer book. Ail-
.' .V"'1 IAM ' OJMI'X.VV, Piil.'n,
Leading Journal Southern
Will steadlastly oppoiu the policies ol tlu
Republican party, und rcl'iiH to be tram
t mellt'd u the dotation ol aitycliipic In the
It believes that the ItcpubllcMi putty lm
fullillcd Its luilsion, und that tliu 1)1 nio
cratle party as now organized shoiili. t-c re
stored to power.
It believes the Radical trrntiny that bat
fer several years oj. pressed the South
should bo overthrown und the people l ill'
Southern States permitted to control tin-Low
It bellcvdi that railroad corporations
should be prohibited by Icgls'ntlve ei.uet
incuts from extortuc aud unjustly dsscrttu
f tinting In their business tratisautlont with
It reoosnlrcs the cmiality ol nil men be.
fore thu law.
Irco comuerce- t.trlll lor
It advocate! resumption ol speiie pay.
uient, and huiie-t payment ol the pu'ch
It advocates econotu)
Men ol public ullittrfl.
Ill the MdiiiinlMli
AS A NEWSPAPER
The llnlletlii will pilhlMi Ml the loeai new.'
ol Cairo, and a vailcty of C'otmercla.,, Po.
Iltlcal, PorelKii and (ienurul News, am! en
deavor to please all tastes and lulcrest il,
-t ;i k
Is u thirty-two column paper, furnished Ir
subscribct s for thu low price of
$1 25 FER TEAR,
l'ostige prepaid. It Is Ihu cheapest paper
in tho West, and U a plcaslmr l''lte,-K,e
Visitor mid Family Companion.
Cannot fail to ecu thu i: -ivlcd Induce
menu otlcrcd by Thu llulletln lu tho way
ol cheap ami nrotltablo mlvcrtlaemeuU.
A Clear Havana, Long Fillor,
TEN CENT CIGAR
THE COLBEN STAR
Sole Agents, Two Stores V4
Levee, and Washington A
Corner Sight!! Street,
1 S 'S.efri
Ilavo Reduced thoir Entire Stock in both their Stove, Coj: titingof
DRY-GOODS and OLOTHIjS'G-,
To a laic Iieier l-efore i lleii'l 111 Ihu ril
SUIT FOR $6 AND UPWARDS.
m mm 2DVS' mum m c.r? 32 ssatih ??.!5Si 0?, cjalities.
ALSO IN FURNISIIfNG GOODS ;
In our lirv-l.oi.'l- t ) j. 11 1 m nt nc still 'U'
A PRESENT OF TEN YARDS OF THE BEST CALICO
'In en rlnl r ulm Imij - lo lin- uiiiniiiil or set en dolUis
S"Jt.lM' lir 11 11l.1l ami Me u ill eomiiui you thsl tm .ill ubat hi'
IT PAYS TO TRAD B AT
HEILBE01T S WEIL'S,
142 & 144 Commercial Avenue.
II II IV
f. m. stoghflssth,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
IF'OHJEIOMSr -a-JSTO DOMESTIC
Wines and ILdqiiors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koopa a full stock of
Monongahela, Rye and Hobinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KEMiV ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
f.i u ri H
1 1 h 1 sta
ONLY S1.2S A YEAR.
1' f .i,..n
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