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JOIIIT H. OBEmV, Killtor.
Ciunr.M O'Cox.xoh H llngeiy.
Sknatoii Lotus lia nearly recoycicd
lroui Ills lull JIIiicm.
'I'm; tclc;rnpli dlpntehc iy (lint a
tobacco rnx luv been discovered. What
II- Ucn. HoInitclT, ninnt'.-i Mlniler to
Kuj-liind, nnl (Sen. IhibcoeK. (Sinnl'i prl
vntu m-a-tary. wore put in a I in;: ami
shaken, which would 1 1 10 Ihidlente Mill
out llr.-U .
Tin: Jincy IlViiy t.ijr:"",,Mltiliel
l.iwi",.t"un of .Senator lavu., has mnr
t i'il Id.i M. Colfax, nleci' ot tin; late
Schuyler Colf-ix."' This I? n llttk' rottti
nnColfav, coining from the home of hi
'l'tu; llrt Democratic Coiiri' Miicc
tin- year 1VG2 alembic In Washington
to-morrow. The llott.-u numbers one
hundred nudi-evcnty-lnur Deuiocnit-i.om'
hundrid ami seven radical), mill ten In
dependent.1. Matt C.iuit.x.eu threaten, to sue the
Chicago 'Tribune, tor libel In puhli-hliiir
that he va one of the pilnclpal parlies
in the WWcon-ln whNUy fraud. C'str
penlcr wants to make pnoplc helleve that
he, too, ij "absolutely Iinioeent."
MlltK TAI'I.l.Y I.IMMSAK.
If the fcpiin-'licM IlaiUtti" tell the
truth, Have. MucjKir Is a perfect Mark
Tapley. Says tlie lltgiit'i-: 'l..idtukc
the thhiL'(thol'mUctiiieiit) in perfect j.'oc.d
humor, laugh- ami I a jolly :v dot as
one would wMi to meet. He say- that
'It's a mistake ;" he. ilitln't steal any
thlii'Minil he ";ue.-'-e It's Dan they're
alter."' lie acrK morcver, that
Munn 1 as free troin taint of corruption
in connection with the whole whisky rlnj;
butlnes as he Is In tltl particular can-
he I as pure as a vestal virgin," Happy
Il.tl l llll I Hi: l'AIl't'V
It Is a noticeable fact that Radical uuw.v
paper seem to have very little faith that
Uabcock will prove hlmscll "absolutely
innocent and every telegram perfectly
Innocent the moment he can be heard."
There Is an evident disposition to'pu-h
the President's private secretary to the
wall. The party press Is enraged with
him. Tlie discovery of Ids guilt coma
at an inopportune time lor '.lie orgtni.a
tion, and for this offense llabeoek will
never be forgiven. His Incarceration be
tween the lour walls ol n pii-ou will not
half sati!y the outraged sense of lltnc-s
', of the Radical leader.
n i: and Tin: vi: vnii:i:
So far, I'rof. Ticeh.is been light in hl
propheeles about this vivnlhcr. Sniue
time hince lie said the whiter would not
be an agreeable one ; that the lirst really
cold weather would set hi about the L'Stli
of November and continue tor nearly a
week, and that it would be warmcrabout
thu .th of December. So far. so good,
After tho ")lh. I'rof. Tiee augurs cold
weather lor another week. It
will then be warmer from tlie loth to
the 18th, anil then cold again. About
the 120th it will he warm, and about the
UOtli very cold until .January 0th i
then warmer till the li'ih ; then very cold
to the I'Oth ; then warmer for a few days,
followed by cold weather till about the
closo of the month. The month of Feb-
rurary will be very bol.-trous, geneially
warm, but short -pell- of intensely cold
The 1'ranklort Democrat publUhiR como
remarks made by the Sparta I'luimleaUr
about the senior editor of this paper, and
"Mr. Oborly is publishing one of tho
spiciest paper. In the Stale, and we heart
ily agree with the iluindtulev III all it
say ol him. Nothing would plca-o iii
better than to sec Mr. Obciiv In Con
gress." We know that tho well-known modesty
of the senior editor of this paper would
not permit him lo publish anything ol
this klud in the JJn.i.inix," As his
po-ltion as "senior" has been merely
nominal tor sonic months past, we take
advantage of the situation to reproduce
tho Dnnwrat' good opinion of Mr.
Obcrly. Hut, hating had an Intimate
personal acquaintance with lihu for some
ycari.wecaiiasMiretheyJemcMD'n that Mr.
Oberly has no congressional aspirations.
MAY AT HOMi:, Tri'I'KIT.
Martin J'arquar Tuppir. the. author
of "J'roveiblal Philosophy," propoes to
write a centennial ioem, entitled ' Wa.h
Ington," and ho l,o propo-cs to como lo
America and Intioduce It hhnelf, "at the
approaching centenary of Ameilcan In
UepiMulcuu,." 'l'U American people fl,e
Indebted ior this piece ot holcmn fo.-.
illation to Colonel John W. Forney, who
Is now In Europe as an 'agent
lor the Centennial enterprise. Colonel
Forney leaves thu people In Ignorance as
to whether Timner IntciuU
poem to the people or bring a t ti,r
notice through the usual medium ol the
punusiier. In the latter oa-o, the publle
aie tolerably sale. There U no law to
iimkc peoilo buy Topper's "Washing,
ton" If they don't wish to do so. Until
! iiuenus to read his poem, Philadelphia
own It to ti,P M,m.M of thflt oxlilljltlou
to prevent tho proceeding if povdbl.,.
m"n m,,a 'red to go lo i:nglaud
..extBU.inner anahoiaMr. Tu,wror a
little doff, with propciiHltk., iii(u',ie ,,,,
of Sir Isaac Newton, bld, di.troyed
home valuable tnnniucript lor that g0ii
tlemati, might be procured an.l lcl ioOM(
lit Mr. Tui.per's j.ilvate room. TomaVo
atsuranco iloubly ture, tho dog ought to
ho specially trained Tor hU woik. ""oilier
nlanslo keen Mr. TutiDei-nnd l.U-'W,..!.
Iliglon" Bt lioinu may suf?cf t lhemi.li..u
n " ....
to other jcopIe, and II so, we hope t licit
win oe no iienaiioy in peaKing oftlifin
Wo have n livelier "Wtihln;:lon" In the
oorp-oof Ihe 1'ntherof liU counlry than
''upper'. will he. ami don t want Tup.
pir" any how.
mvxx's 01 i i:m:.
It iippeiirs Ironi Col. .Munu' Indict
ment that he U charged with pieclcly
the Mime oll'cii-c h that lo which 'ol..f.
A. .loyt e pleaded guilty at .lellcron. Mo.,
vi: neglecting lo make i cpm t of what In
knew eoiieernlng Hie crooked doings 1 1
certain dMlltci.. The law makes -itch
neglect almost si mueh a crime a a pnr
llelpation in the lraud theindive.. The
facts on which the Indictment weri'lound
are "iibMiinllally that -omebody dl;ov
ereil poinelliing rollen nhoiit the Sage
town ilN'Mciy, and the matter was in
ferred to Supervisor .Munn for a report.
The (ioverniueiit cpeels to prow that
Munn made an Invesllgatlon, and liiuml
cnttidilerablo erookeduc..., hut that
no report to that etlVcf n
ever received from him by
tin1 department nt Washington.
ThN is aecountcd for hy the nvcrtlon
lliat, nl) tmt the time the evninln.itlon was
goingon, D. T. l.iuegar, a friend, partner,
and confidant of .Munn, went to St. l.oui
and saw the parties In that city lutmvt d
hi thcsupeeted distillery, and they 'aw
lihn," whereupon lie went back to .Munn.
uml tlx rrpoil Was made out to Ut the
a-e. The government claiinsthat It can
prove that I.lnegar received money to
upprcs the report, or alter It lo suit
the distiller-' purposes; and, nirtlier,
that It can prove that Unegar paed
over a fair share of the spoil to Munn.
Thcc allegation- arc all solemnly de
nied hy Munn. His trial, which will he
irln before the I 'nlted States court ill St.
I .unit to-morrow, w'll bring out the
rur. uui'isr.K 'itr.ituti, Jiimins
The CrccnvUle (Tetili.l Inttlliytnfrr
sars, without a smile : ".lohn MorrUscy
"has been nominated for the Presidency.
"The Cairo l'.ri.t.r.rix, a Democratic
"paper, does'lt,and predict" Ills triumph
We will not rcpioach the lni H;i n?i
It is a disingenuous journal. Innocent In
its wtupidlty and a- hlliully unconscious
of Ihe olllco of a Joke as tin king who
never sinlled again.
We ald, sometime ago, that lion, .lohn
Morrlsscy was a lucky dog ; that he never
lo-t either at cards or politics ; that by an
honest twist of Ids wrl-t he earned many
a penny, and by an hone-t u-cof hi- hard
tamed cash secured all the olllee.- he
wi-hed to have ; and, It Is just pos-Ihle,
we also said or hinted, that such a man
as this could not be kept out of the Pre!
Idciitial chair in a time like this a time
wherein bullerdoni, rascality and loose
moral-, In the garb of lel'orm, are ex
And, if wo did say or hint this, wero
we wrong? Hero is lianMl-ted .lohn
Morrlsscy, with an inclination to bet at
cards, but not a thief at hisgame. He will
not cheat ; he dcsplscslittlo meannesses ;
he gives more than he takes. And why is
It not possible, that such a man may llse
hi a country that, tolerates and eyen
niiplautls (ho crying rascality of
the Credit Mobelier; tho .shameful
olileial conduct ol a Williams ; the
hlgli-hauded robbery of a Siiepperd;
thu meanness of an Ami's. ; thu debauch
ery of earpPtbaggi-iu, and Ihe superb dis
honesty ot lliu whi-ky ring! We can
not understand why Morrlsscy sluiuld bo
kept down In such a time as this ; for, in
contrast with many of the Radical ras
cals lately uncloaked, he Is. a cherub a
sweet little cherub that sits up aloft,
chuckling over Ids own goodness, and
congratulating himself that he iinota
rascal as shaiuelc-. as is many "a ruler
In the land." There are worse men than
Iirnl-cr .lohn. and pity 'lis 'tis (rue.
Hani-burg, Saline county, lias live
The Chicago Journal, always an in
teresting newspaper, has donned a new
Alice Tllton ha hit her mother and
is now living wllli her sl-tcr Florence in
tho family mansion.
There are forty three Republican sci.
alors, twvnt.y-nlue Djiiuiit.iIs and one In
dependent, in the present L'nlted Slates
Qulucy Wlily: The accomplished
lady olciks. at the pen-ion olllee In this
city will appear in their new regulation
dress ol navy blue on Saturday next.
Frank Scott, Win. Williams and .lohn
.lelU'rsoti.all colored, have been convicted
of murder In Shelby comity, Tennessee,
and Scott and Williams are lo bs li ingod
on Christ mas eve.
Tlie Illinois State Grange uuets at
Chainp.ilgu on thu I ltd of December,
and tlie executive committee have ar
ranged for essays on transportation, pat
ent rights,, co-operation, can oney, and
Thu Miller's Slate Association met
in Sprhigllcid last week. Henry L. Hal
llday, of this city, Is secretary of the or
ganization. The next meeting will
nWvlaco In St. Louis on the 10th of
Win. M. Kvaiis will deliver the ora
Hon at Philadelphia on.luly Ith TO; Long
fellow will rend a poem, nud a grandson
of Richard II. Lir, of Virginia, one of
the signers of tho declaration of Inde
pendence, will read that paper.
Mrs. Col. .lohn A. .loyef, wife id the
MUsuiui convlitcil revenue olileial. is a
vl'Itor at Urcen i.ake, In Wlneon-in, at
tlie mnniner residence of lieu. John Mc
Donald, tho otliur convicted revenue of
ficial. Mrs. Joyce U thu mother of a
babe a few day,, old, mid all aie doing
An exchange says: ''When an Im
pel Uncut Interviewer queftlaiic.il Socic
lary liiistow as to whether ho was going
to rent a bouse In Washington ami "en
lei lain" this winter, tho great "wreder"
.ald to havu grullly replied, '! make
it a rule never to Interfere with my supe
rior oflieers . tck Mrs. Ilrihtow."
Peoria Ihmrutt A co.d wagon eon
tabling nlnety.tluco bushel, ot coal In
fame stuck in u-out ol the boaid of trade
building yesterday afternoon, and re
mained Mink for ten minutes. Two
mulct weie drawing llic wagon. A by
stander Miggested that the mules would
go ll lleUeil on the hind lens-. The, .driver
ndopuiljlhe suggestion and touchl'd the
ligiii hllid leg of the oil' initio wlih Ids
left hand. Jliu team stftt tnl ; so did the
diner back ward".
H:l.rocli In Hie Wool ill lilof Ai.i'intr
tits .Ullllitrv A iu'liilcN--Itiuicl!ill
.siipiiiiNi'il lit Ini a ''i-lllc AIimiiIiiI'
tivvv III tlie Hitceor ..i-tilie.-'lilp.
Wamiiimiion, Dei'x There U much
indignation among army ollie.er.s at I!ab
cock's eonrc, In trying to get his alleged
eoniplieliv hi the whi-ky Hands Inve-tl-galed
h" u military board of luiptlry.
Tlu'V say that the public will look upon
thi-reiuest as a virtual a uniptioii that
such a hoard would whitew.i-h Hancock,
and that such an lmpi'i s-ion will be an
niitl rellecllon upon the army. The
better elas- of at in v otlleers have long re
garded llabeoek Willi su-iiieioii and aver
sion, which his recent action greatly ln-
Th- contest for the speakcr-hlp is at
fever heat to-night. Itanilall -till b ads,
but lu it has gained considerably during
tlie i'. iv. The pifvailitig hnpa-slon i.-,
thai e.ther Kerr or liandall will be nomi
nated, Cox's cliauce.s being limited to a
coiiililhniiitary vote on one or two ballot-.
A lar as can be ascertained, lian
diillV chances 1110 u tritle hi tter than
Kerr's, but the situation Is very uncer
tain. It Is now generally under-tood
that onlv Stone, I'l'aukiln mid Ilea, ol the
A riiimtct Mt'cilnn.
V hiiiji:iii.v. Dec. II.- The cabinet
wa- lu si Ion lour hours to-day, princi
pally occupied with the con-lderatioti of
Hie pi c-lilelil .s nil ss:,gc, which n nun
complete, with the exieptiou ot a lew
clo-iii'r iiara-'iaidis. They also considered
tins request ol lien, lsaiiuocit lorn i-ouri
ol inquiry to examuio uiu cnargc inai no
was cimnci leil W illi 10 w ills., nanus.
Tbo-e who know tlie result iieeuno
at present lo make It public. 'I'hetel-rea-on
lo believe Ihe request will In
gianted. and a detail of oluccrs be up-
pointed by the sceietary ot war.
Till t.OlllHl.ll.ll ;oiiiiiviliiiilil 'lll
Nl'.W Dl:l.i:N, Dec. II. Govern"!- Kel-
lo'"' ha transmlltcd to Conuie-sati elab
orate brief In anticipation ol a possible
attempt to seat on MeKnery certillcate.s
tlm Democratic, members elect twin
Louisiana, all of whom applied for and
received crcilcntlals tram luilogg. I in
le.idliiL' piiiut- mo simiiunri.i d as fol
low,: In coniiuslon It Is submitted that
Mr. Melhu ry and Idsfiieiids are c-lop
nedln all honor from lurtiier iiite-tioii.
lug the title of Gov. Kellogg a- governor
First, because .MeKnery agned to -uh
mil his claims to a congressional court
ami a majority of this committee have ex
pressed their opinion tlial Gov. tveiiog,
was elected ill IST'i.
Secondly, because hi, own paiU.iu in
tho present Icul-lature. including a ma
loiitv in Hi.-' lower house, which legi-la
tuiu'ls accepted on all sides as th" unUis
inilcd lei'Matiuv of thu State, have al
most unanimously passed a jyiut ivnlu
lion recognl.ing Gov. Kellogg as gov
nnr of the State.
Thirdly, becau-o Mr. MeKnery has al
ways profes-cd to deshe -ome settlement
of lliu heretofore pending controversy
which would bring peace and quiet to tho
State, anil il cannot do uenieii inn inc-c
re-ults have followed from lliu adoption
of the adiustmeiit.
Lastly, beeauo Mr. MeKnery ami hi
frienils," as zealous and consistent up
holder of tho doctrine of Stale lights,
will surely not ask the Congress of the
I'liltcd Stales lo interfere and by its ac
tion to annul Ihe solemn act ol the recog
nized and unquestioned legi-laliiro of a
soverigu State in a matter pertaining ex
clusively to Its own domestic allalrs.
The hi iff Is accompanied by the pro
tocol of tho agreement and adjustment,
extracts from thu testimony taken hy tho
Hoar committee with reference to the
election of li70 and tabular Mateuieiits of
tlie ccnsu, registration, etc., from lf7(l
down to the ia-l election In 171; al-o
aflidavils of Hie Warinoth election, olll-
ccr. and members ot the fu-ion returning
Ilntl til'ihe A very Trial 'lite .Jnr.V !tc
turn a Viii'illcl tiT tJnllly .volli'i' ol
Milium luru .u 'I'rlitl.
Thu trial of Col. Avery lor complicity
hi the whlsUy ring frauds canto lo an end
In thu Pulled States District I'ourt.nt St.
Louis on Friday eyen'mg. Tlie ease at
tracted great atieiition, and dining the
argument of counsel the court room was
crowded to its utmost capacity. The St.
Louis Times gives tho following account
of the closing Incidents of the trial.
U'lilUnclor tin Vci'ttlel.
It was nearly six o'clock when tlie
jury retired, and tho couit room was
Vpeedily dc.-crtcd. After supper thu more
persevering spectators came straggling
hack, and Horn seven till nine theiu were
two score or more about thu court room
and corridors, waiting for the verdict. A
few minutes alter nine o'clock it was an
nounced that tlie Jury was ready to ic
port, and soon a Her tho jurora came in
and took tliulrseats. A single glaucu at
the deterinlnced look upon every face
.settled Avery's fate. very body uTtlin
court loom Know, as if by lntuition,what
the verdict was to be.
Judgo K111111 and tho defendant came
In, in ic-p'Jii'O to it mcifago, and Col.
Dyer, Gdi. Henderson, Mr. Patrick
and Mr. l.lln took Heir nv;U. Tlie 1 oil
of the Jury- wa! culled, nnd"-il(j.foremuu
aniiomic4.'t th. ii. r fi' t Innl been agreed
upon. P wx Ju, j-j to tbe clerk and
read as lo;!,
"Wu, ti.' j -ry "r. U rjM 0 tltt I'tiltfil
States vs. Y(w i). ArVjprid the lc
lendant wA, jfUt' iiTWii' matters
ehurgfd in (I in. . md fourth
coiinto. w mt i urf w of tho
tin mitj'tfM,'!itm mi
'IIm-ii ttv nu v ut nt'titfi anu tii .ii one
tb clarl tin to vuiikt.
ilr. Avery ru-nUt"! the iviidt without
any iliiiclilii'. .luilffc Kruiii aroe and
t-lnlllcd hU intention to II lu a motion for
a now I ilal.
Thcjiidjrci-uld lliat .Mr. Avery's bond
was Milllelent, and that lio"thoitl(l, nut
pa.s MUileuce until all the evidence, in all
lliu ciiscs had been heard. ,
.Mr. Avery and .liulj-e ICruiu Ihcn with
diew and Ihe crowd lollovvcd tlieni out.
Oyer, Henderson and lllls br(Ji'ht up
tlm rear anil wentio tins ieH rrtili,c.ftl ij
and tout word lo llilstotv lt)t,wr fuf, ''no
guilty man had escaped."
'Mil MlltllMilti-c lVlili.li I'd it,
Mii.wai ht.i;, UucciiiIm r II- f f Iho Tuft
tV Wi Jiiit fzus today .liul',") llubbcll
coni'liided his nrauiiunt lor Iho defciiM',
nnd was f'oilowed by o-r-IOimlor ('nrpeii
lor for tho Mini nldc, .lodge Id on I linn
eloied the tir'invnt- fr lli 'iVBrnineiit.
.Iiide liyer cbnri'd Ihe jury, wh. mutt
out at MM. At a lato li'iiir iboy hd iifit
Ian i l.iili- I,-1 , tin. , k tbf
Jury In tin 7'iiit-Vcim r ii rionii n
vcrdli i i l pun-. ' in iicin 'ii m , lryij
lliem viii ciij.pir.i v iii i). . ,., if,,
1 1 venue,
MclllDlIM rilllll'll I'llllllll't'N.
The prc-ltlhig elili rs of the Illinois
Conference cf the Melhodi-t KpIcopaI
church met m siprhigilcld and transacted
soini! routine biNecM lat Weiluesilay
niornlhg: iipim icissemhllng. the mls
slonar.v claim as apportioned to the ills
'tricUfiis follows: jprlilgtleld, S-V17o ;
JackfdnvHIe, ?-M!'; Uloomlngton,
&2,'tiT '-Decatur, t?i8.10; Pana, $I,J.1(I;
Mattoon; SI.COO; (hainpali-n. s?-J,lM'i);
Danville, tsJ,17.; .Voiih Jacksonville.
S l," (K); (jnitii y, sikS.'-ll; Griggsvlllc,
5l,7()0. Tim church 'xteiilou elatm was
apportlout.'d a lulliws: Stiringlleld.
-:i .O; Jacksonville. Sll HO; lllooinhig
lon, $.1 h): Deiatur,:-:! W: Pana.SJ M);
Mattoon, $11 so ; (liampalgu, $10;
Danville, susd: North .fiieksoiivllle,
$1 .V); (julney,!? nr. iriggsvllle,$2 7o.
The following sums i.ru to be rdeil fur
expenses of delegafe to Ihe General Con
ference, to niiet a' H.dthnotc next
May: rtprliiglh-l I, jl'-'O: JneksonvHlc,
1.17: lilooiiiingtnii l"7; Decatur.
!'h; Pana, jjpKi .Mattoon, Mrs;
Champaign, SRiti ; North Jackson
ville, SIHO; Danville. SI1J: (Juiuey,
Slit; Giiggsvillc. 51. I'm- Ilishop's
alary: Sprhigllcid. .-Kl"; Jncksonvlllc,
81110; niooinlni'ton. til"': Decatur, 3ll.;
Pana, $1 10; .Mattoon, S10: Champaign.
517; North Jack oii.ille, iilni.
.S317II; Giiggsvillc. jldlJ. Colilelenii'
lialmaiitt, ;io cents .year per nifiubtT.
I'reedineti'8 AldSoeiity, iipportlonini'iit
to l)u oue-elghih of lliu -Missionary Soci
ety. Tlie Rev. Mr, llaggerty presented
tile status of the Lpi'eopal lesldenco ell
lerpii-c ut St. Louis. A resolution was
adopted making the amount to be raised
by the Illinois conl"reiico tor the ilishop's
residence at St. Louis, $1,01X1. distribu
ted as follows: Spiluglleld, S17o: dmi,
sonvlllc, s?s ; 151ooinliigton.SI7ii: liec-
lur, $.il(); Pana. $..00; Mailoon, SJW:
ciiTiniii .l.Mi. S.1110. I m "'" nr
Jaeksiuii ihe. s.I'M: (Jitlnc.v. SJ70: Siiifir
vlllc, $:1I0. Two men are to be appointed
by each elder as collectors.
I'eililiiiienl Cure lor Ciineer.
Mrs. M. A. V. gives, in the Cunlrv
(it utli muii, this nioccs lor curing cancer:
A sticking tila-lcr Is nut ovi r the cancer.
with a tlreular piece cut outol the center
1 1 tlie aiver (ban tlie cancer, am a -nm
'.ireular rim of healthy skin next to It is
cxpo-cu. 1 ucn 11 piasicr mane 01 erne
riite ol zinc, moon root ami wiie.it Hour.
H-tnrcad on a niece of mu-lin ol the sie
01 tne circular opening, ami I- appticii lo
tlie cancer for twenty-four bouts. On
removing It the c.iueer will lie fi titul a
though burned into, appearing of lie
color ami hanlnrss of an old shoe, and
the chcular ilm outside oflt will aiipenr
white and parboiled as If scalded by hot
steam. 1 he w'ound is now dres-ed, and
the outside rim soon suppurates, and the
cancer comes out a haril hunp, and the
place heals up.
The plaster kill-the cancer, -0 that it
sloughs out like dead llcsii, ami never
grows again. The application is paiuliil,
but the pain is ol comparatively hi let du
ration, which any 0110 so nllllcted cheer
fully endures. 'Not 11 ease ha- been
kmiwii of tlm rc-nppcaraiici of tlie can
cer whcie this remedy has been applied.
This cure tor cancer was publi-hed hi
ISiiii. Pcrliap- there are many who can
tell more about it.
. . -
t'liiiliKctl .llliu s.
"Jap (.'hailton'' wiites: The father of
Henry Wilson was :i man named .'ol
bath, who lived al Karmiiiglou, N. II.
Vouug Wilson waa uaiiicd .leicmlah
Jones Colbath; hut when he was seven
teen years old It was the fashion for peo
ple lo send lliclr names to the legislature
and have thcni changed ; o young Col
bath -cut his up, along with a list ol
other?, and as a New Hampshire
man named WII-011 had become
ipiltc a local Hon by entci mining
Andrew Jackson, Colbath became Henry
Wilson. If you carefully watched tlie
acts of the legislatures of many of the
States you would bo surprised at the
number of people, who, lor various rca
miiis, have their names changed every
year ; soniii because the names arc Mig-"ge-livi!
of indelicate subjects; some for
good and sullicicut rea-mis. I liavo heard
lliat August iUimont formerly va
knowu us Sehoulierg ; but I have
no rea-on for believing the strm.
It has been ald that Whitelaii
Held ii.hI lo write his name "J.
Whltelaw lleid ;" and I know that llrct
llaii(!was only a lew vears ago Praucis
liret Hartc, auii thai his wife still call
hini "Prank." Prank I,eBie wasiuigi
nally llcnrv Carter, near I.omlmi. but lie
changed tin name himself. Charles
I liekcn.s had two or three middle names,
but lie dropped them. Kceorder Ilaekett
now write birusell down .lohn Ketcltas
Ilaekett, Alirani Oakey Hall appears in
Ihe city directory. "Hilly I loreueo's
nanio was William Conlau. Grant was
baptized Hiram Simpson.
Unriiclcil il .lily li I:
M. I -.l i tin. rollimi-)iun
111' I l 11 1 1(1 lilllllll 111
I rfiiu-, ai-i-oiillii! tn kiwIo
l,i lu 1-0
$.i .'Will !
7 UKil.il) Ki
3 mife.1 :.
.' i n
I dim, in I m. 1 1 , -aiku.1 ...
I 'lllll, l lllll, Mll'klll ,
Ilr.ni, per Ion
Mi-al, tliniii ilrii-il
Ilnltir, i-liolie Xoltliiin
lllilti r, i-lioii-c soiillii-rii IlliiidU..
V.ziii, icr ilutii
( lui'kiiis, pi-r itntn
'Itirki-ye, pi-r ilnzi-ii
Applt-, i-.liulci", per tum l
Ajipteji, coniniua, n rKuiil
l'litnli-K-, per h.irn-1
Unions, mt lunel
- A diver plated No. u Wilson Hhuttlo
Sewinj' .Maclilne, liard (piano) lluMi,
valued at $S.-. Will be sold at $'M ills
count, on ood term, and ordered direct
from tho factory.
Colored and mounted .Maps ot tho
city ol Cairo at S:! .'0 each (hall price.)
A Xo.b Wilon Shuttle Sew iiijr .Ma
chine valued at $7.", Will bo sold at $1.1
dl-count, and ordered direct from tho
-A SUU l.ciniii'ton Sew in;,' Machine
$:!0olllbr ca,). Suitablo lor tailor or
boot and shoe manufacturer.
A slylo "):," "Clouah, Wan-mi t
iU),'n" I'arlor Oran, rljjht from the finv
tory at Oelrolt. I.lst price, $.KX). Will
be .-old for $:'0(J.
I'or tiny of the above articles, apply a
the Ili i.i.i.iiN olllee. IC. A. IIdkm.i r.
'Iho lli-i.i.i:riN plinth);,'
ii-talillstiuiint mill, en 11
Fl'Clulty Of lllll lll'll'l-l,
Null- llcitils, I.rtti r lliiiil,
Mliitriiii iilrf, I mil, Look-Ut llii-eu pilcim:
N11111II -II- lull IhhiU, n r lii'.u $1 li
.Miifiiun lf lull inii-, jier llimisalnl J 7i
All nil Imiilti 11 piilliid i.iprr, l.'nllUli llillln,
Mli-. iwn n u per puiuiil l)inlier I h;in paper
luiil In wijridliiT olin-D inleil to nnlirnt tlie
mill. tj-t.-lttlly fur IhU utlleu.
ltlliiii)l-, ( iiilyiile, icr IISill ,-, ,.! Wl
tllir llruil, l.url)ule, I'll- Kim I !,l
Noll H'Wla, 1 .11 1 .,-, pir lovo 3 cki I
VWllHrui'l 1 Hir pin lu)(e Tf,e
liMsfliM ct.U, Nil, I II ply HlMul liniinl, !
, tr I""' S'. "SI to ! (in
! -Ihim ,.,,.. , I liliink, irt-r I'nki t m
' .-II. 1 I, .!, Iu-..in , lull-aliiet ini'l tlnre--i
f,,ii n, mel iiiloml wink lieloll ! I.oills
I,, oli Wink mi l I'riit' til-It ni i'le
ia m nut j i Lunwiimmiuuwiiw
Will . I11-I1111
.1 I,, nl.. s-l imlrr
Corner Commori lil Avo and 8tli t!lift,
Dii:t:i i 11-
lln-s, I mo Win nliirfe, 1 nli"
Nell, l.iilni. Win Willie, ( 111111.
Sunia.i, (.'nlr.i. It I.. lillliiiRli y. -I
IllKli r, I Dlln II. Wi lls, I IIM'II.
1' II. llriiiKlniiii, -I. I.i. in-.
A IJeiieinl I'.iinl. Inu' r.usliies Dime.
KJ'lA'ii.niKi' sold ami Imiwltl Inliret ) n l
In Hie Nil Ini", 1 mi f 1 IM-11 1 ('iitlM'linii lliif le .
iiiiI nil lniMiies- prompt! iilti'inti-.l M.
CHARTERED MARCH 121 , 1B01)
CITY NATIONAL HANK. CAIRO
. - .
A II. AAlTOItl). I'mtilrnt
Si. TAYI.Ott, Vlei I'twHt'ilt.
W. Ili il.til', fW'y Hii.l TrMMirrr
ItAIICLAV, I'll lUMUIIKIt,
Stiiokvlhtii, I'aiii. u "-m ii.
l.kMXISKIII'.M. II I. II.M.I.IllW,
I. M l'liii.i.ie.
ltd 11. Inti-mit mil wllliilrawn U fuliU-i Iiiimiv
illati ly In ttie prlmipnl of llw iloil, tlHrvli
RivniK inmi auiniMiui.il inierwi
Married Womon untl Childrati way
Deposit Monoy nnd no 0110
olse can draw it.
Oiwn tvtry linlsH.liy rr.imDit.tn. I" :l m
ml -aiunlnj t veniu fur tit, lug., oUi!a
trout il lo h ii'i'lwk
City National Bank
ovrn KM .
W 1' MAl.t.IDAV, I'roslili-ul.
IIKM1V I, IIAI.I.III.VV, Vioel'rMI
A II SAI't'Oltl), C-atlitor.
WAI.TW: IIVsI.OI', Au'lCtwblex.
Staats Tayloii, It. It C-'mmiiunAii,
I. lUi.LinAY, r. I' IUluoat,
l. WJU.IAU-ON, STttfllBX HlHI),
A 11 .SAKfORIl
Exchange, Coin nnd United .'Jtntos
Boudn Uought nnd Sold.
DlirOSlT n net uu'l a ficnernl UnLlng
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AI?D
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OP
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World tvido Rtpntatiou.
ArkiiowKilrfi..! liy all eood Muuli-Iiii lo 1 tlie
I11-.I I'lano miff iiiBilc.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wo have kol-! over 400 iluniiK
twelvo yt-arii p.t, Ijnrnniiiur inuru un l mure
popular every day.
Splendid lone. Power and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very tino Instrument, mhiptcil to lntru
mental lis will ai voe.,1 iniiiii.
1.1, 'i 111; Aiiovti ni: on i:i!i.n os
l.nsv .Monllllv I'.ninent!. ut low leruri
regardless ol but l'rlee.
lu greit variety. InehiihiiK all the new
and pnpul ir iiuihlu , tin.- da.
Orders from lliu Count!)
promptly tilled nnd m-iiI
FIHC.NTII II AIM'S, KTC, l.TC.
Band Iufitruments of nil Kinds
KuiT.Mied to Order.
aTitmas rou viouiia, guitaks, i:tc.
Ol the Hunt quality.
Classical Studios and Exorcises
Of all unities fur 1'lano or Voice.
tori-Ivory description of Miulual .Mcr
ehanillhu fuiiii-hml to order, iiroiuptly and
at prices lowm- than ever clR-red befuru.
(Ili.VCV At.NI) OV
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send fur Illustrated OiUiIokuo ami I'lieu
l,lt of these baniillful Ki oupis.
All Goods Warr.-.utcd ns Koprescnicil,
IIUQIHIIO III U 0 1
nu iniini ,
n clay pnitritntcnl inlntr our V-
Auuor &. Drlllfj. SI00 a iiiuinn
lull. I to.Kutnl Ak lit. ""i f liul'.
flic, Jll Aii;-i- ('v til, I,uuU, .Mo,
a J 2- A A a, t A A P R A
MllI W API
C!.loar Havana, Zt?x
vl j-vn ia ia w m w
ma cwu .-r i.-aa
ji'r:LMxnitt'-&amaj,Ki'' .r rrxm r -.irTimargu
Sole Agents, Two Stores, '74 Ohio
ZiQveo, said 'WasMajglon Ave.
Coriasr "Biglith Streefe,
THE GOLDEN STA
Bead! Head! Read!
IlavoBcducctl their EntiioStc
To a 1 nli-n 1 1 r lf...
.,T, ml in Ilii 1 i-il .
v lien- 1
li 1. 01
SUIT FOR $6 AND UPWARDS.
m xmkn m mum wn cn7 b? iuvx ?ot or, cvik
ALUO IN FiniNIBlTTK'G OOOBB !
" 1 In ottr lr.itliii li. n,.- at wen ill (.-!
A PRESENT OF TEN YARDS OF THE BEST CALICO
TuvtjIm1 wti'i liv 1 imoaiil of nvrn 'Lilian.
S3"Hiv n a Irl.il nm! w- itl i- .in ,-i .- i .-n thitt we nr.-mn wh-it ' '.
IT PAYS TO TRAD AT
HBILBROK" & WEIL'S,
142 8c 1AA Commercial .Q-venue.
Tk lit rg!
Importer and VVholosale Dealer in
Wns and Iiqiaosrs,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CaCHO, I -7
Kcops a full st-'Cl.
Proiiougahola.Tiyo ami Kobinson County
3BT. X S :?3L x m
PKENOH BRANDIES, XEOLLAND GIN,
KKLIiV ISLAND AND CAM FORM A 'WIW&.
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ta h'h iwa mt,i m
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in both tin ir Stoi c i, Coi..il8tiuij of
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