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M B. (JOODIUC'H, Oeoeral hiwnffi Ag't.
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SlaU Eoofiing a Specialty in
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Lightning Bodi, Pumps, Stovca
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Mn. M. SWANDEK
Is now receiving- large ud wH lele. led
FALL AND WINTER
At lirr stand on
To which klie lilt Ilea the attention of I lie ladles
ut Cairo aud vicinity In this Murk will be
fouud all the latest sn Iraof JUt., IluuueU, lllb
bom, r'lower arid all Millinery Itooda, all of
fered at tier lowest lliij prices, ladies lu
search of bursal a-, are earnestly rtiateit to
give Mrs.hvrander u call before purcliajdiis
elsewhere. Her stork of fancy kimxU nud o
Hon It complete, and br In deterliiiiiiil nut to
Inr undersell! by any body iu tin' city.
Prlcos to suit tho Times.
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SI'KCIAI. attention kIvhi tocondunjiienta aud
PAINT AND OIIJ4.
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and WaahlnKton Avenue,
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be fail IK
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1875.
The flrenien pateuKtr thought tt ite
Would l too hlRh It' lie (hipped at freight ,
So itdtnnmlte lump, of nogrrnt walght,
.He bid In hh other plumler.
Hut the lire men jinMrnKer snw a tight,
When tlx- hugifmjc mnjaher, Willi all bis iulht,
llmhel(h)Mri hli trunk with tbv dynamite,
And ludilrnly naut to thunder.
Ilrrc'a n warning to ettrjr bifirage wlnht,
Hut thouKh he's u inmiber, It Isn't right
Torn trnvolcr to curry diniiuilte,
And repent the llrtmer blunder
The Truth and the Whole Truth to
be Made Plain.
Mubii, the McDoaald r CUIrnifo.
(Kioni the (Jiilnvj riiiif J
The plot appears to be thickening in
Chicago, and irom what has lately beeu
made kuowu It would aeein that we are
about to b trcuted to such revelations of
"crookedne" lu that city as will ijulte
throw the tit. I.ouU budneas In the ihude.
Heretofore the matter has been kept very
much in the dark. A Chicago corres
pondent ol the New York Timts tell ut
that owing to official complication calcu
lated to tuppresi development", there has
beu nothing btttiurfac Indication alnce
the lirst seizure. The grand Jury found
iud ctmeiiM against only a few oi tho dis
tillers and rectifiers and gaUgeK. it went
no deeper, at J there was nothing but the
preient disposition ol every community to
sutpeutall persons that Justitied the aso
eiadon ol higher olfleliil personages with
the revenue frauds. There has aUo, we are
told, been a persiitcnt effort on tho part
of litercstcd persons to spread the Itn
preisloii that the revenue lrauda lu Chl
cagj were merely tho result ofludivldual
and ladependent efforts : that la, that
them was no combination outside of
eack Individual distiller with his gauger.
and no central and systematic organZ
tlor for plunder extending to the hlglier
revttiue olllcials. anil implylug an olllclal
guarantee ol protection against exposure
andpunishtnent. It Is now considered
certiin, however, that this theory U cn
tlrcl' faUc, aud that the revenue frauds
have'heuu worked out by the same means,
anil through the same machinery, and
with the fcanie systematic division of
spoilt, as iu St. Louis. The facte, we arc
assured, Justify the assertion that had It
not leen for the recent change in the of
fice of United , States district at
tornfy In Chtctgo, this phase of the
whliky frauds would never have been
publicly developed. Tho prosecutions
uga!ust the individual distillers aud
gathers would have been on the same
bas s as the indictments pending against
thwn.and though they might have led
to some Individual conviction", there
would have been no general exposure.
Now, however, there Is to be an immedi
ate movement lor the impaneling of a
new Unlte-i States grand Jury, and It is
believed probable that the evidence t be
presented to It will rip open the whole
conspiracy aid tlx the nature and degrrc
of the guilt of every man implicated.
It appears that the tnot conspicuous
person whom the evidence promised the
government tends to Implicate, Is the
well Luown Jake Uelitn. It is said that
lie was presented to tho last United States
grand jury ou the charge of ilestroyiug
his books within the time for whicli the
law requires that they shall bo kept, and
that he barelv escaped Indictment. He
this as It mav, it U not stated positively
that Hehm's' name will lie presented to
the next grand Jury, and that the evi
dence upon which the exposure and con
viction of the ring depend point to hlw
as tile leader ami manager. It is further
stated that tlie same plan ot prosecution
which Is expected to reach Itclini nUo in
cludes ex-Supervisor laiitiii, now uuder
indictment nt St. I.oitis, and all his more
iiot.u. ..iUni.il associates during the
period which the traua ..f.r. The
general charge that Is made, it is suggv.
ted, would place Munn relatively in the
ratne position McDonald occupied in St.
LnuU. while ltehni. thouirli not a reve
nue otllclal, would be rather lu Joyce's
position. Shonld .Munn prove guilty, It
is believed that his guilt will include
that tf many ot ins suuoruinates ami as
sociates. The gentleman wuo recently
held the position of district attorney at
Chicago, Mr. Jasper D. Ward, will be
brouglit before tho next 1 "lilted States
"rand Jury lor Investigation. He was
asked f teslgn because Secretary Bris-
tow anil tlte aitoiney-gencrai uccauie
satisfied there would be no general expo
sure of the ring so long as Mr. Ward
held the otllce. The receut scheme of
evidence, it is stated, will point to Mr.
Ward as oue of the benellclaries of the
ring fund, whether donated as contribu
tions lor n campaign or transferred as
borrowed mouey. The name of Congress
man C. B. Farwell, tho intimate associ
ate of J ike Rehm, anil at whoso Instance
Mr. Waul was nutiolnteil. will also be
presented to the United States grand
Jury, though with less evidence of direct
impiicatiou, it is ociievvti, man in tnu
case of the others, who have been named.
Tho correspondent referred to states
that It is not posslblo to foretell, until
after the government shall have made up
and reported Its eases, how much further
they will reach, or who else may he Im
plicated. By a curious local combination
of circumstances, however, it is thought
that political party divisions will be wiped
out, aud that a Democratic Roland will
be found lor eyery Republican Oliver.
As In St. Louis, so lu Chicago, It appears
that there are circumstances that point to
certain newspaper implications, though
no person associated either with the
Tribune or the Journal, wc arc Informed,
has been mentioned in connection with
these troubles, leaving tho others to rest
upon their own good repute ami con
scious Innocence If they nave it. Tho
correspondence concludes as follows :
The government revenue and legal of
llclals lit Chicago now are lu full sym
pathy with tho sentiment, "let no guilty
man escape." Gen. J. I). Webster, tho
collector, gavo up tho position of United
Mtutea assistant treasurer, to take his pres
ent place ut the urgent solicitation of
Gen. Grant and Secretary lirlstow, und
with the disruption and punishment of
the ring lu view, .iiiugo .nam naugs,
hfw hut been annolnted district at
torney, has not heeit a resident of Chi
cago, cannot havo any friends to protect,
and is said to be an honest anil energetic
man. Associated with hint will he 1). F.
Aver mid Wirt Dexter, two of
the nhlest layers in Chicago tho
former nurtlcularlv efllcont lu the prep-
ration of tho eases, nud the latter
aggrtslvt and relentless In a Held. The
Hulled Kinte-a lurles'are selected hy
three of the Uulled States Commission-
ftix Strt and
era designated by thi United States die.'
triet judgee. TheeomsaUsloners in
trusted with this sJatv hare been the
same for a louar time, but It I Drobable
that there will be sjiaVft, la on place
st least. Tho lurlesrwllt be iilillilHtu
meu recommended by the State circuit
Jiids-e s within the pelted States iHetrtet
of; Northern Illlnok nud those will be
scceptcu woo ahnll ie personally Known
for their Intetrrltv shtl fitness. The in
dictment already k'ouuil are called for
trial about the msldle ot next month,
but It la the Intention tint mere shall be
another grand Jury in session before that
time la order that the ring mav be a'
tanked on all sides from the outset.
"FrU are Mtibbora Tlilnge."
Thousands of human beings arc yearly
borne on the swill current of disease
down to the grave. Just iwcaiun they do
not possess a suf.lclcnt knowledge of
themselves. A man meets his neighbor,
and the first salutation Is, "How are you?''
or "How Is your nealthi" The reply
frequently Is, "Oh, I am well, with tho
exception of a cold," Most persons
lightly regard a cold. Reader, do you
know that a cold la one of the most dane-
tarda circulation, but It is productive of
Catarrh, which is quite apt to lean to
consumption. "Oh," you say
"It la nothing but a cold in
my head." True; hut that cold Is
really a. mild form of catarrh, and if not
arrested lu itacourae will become chronic.
Catarrh Is one ot the most disagreeable.
offensive nflectiona iu the cataloguo of
disease. The passage to tlte nose is ob
structed, tho sene of smell Impaired, nud
there is a disagreeable sensation of press
ure iu tlie head. In the more advanced
stages, there Is a discharge having an of
fensive odor. II the disease be allowed
to continue iu its course, thick, hard iu
crustatlons will form In the head, the
bones of which sotaetlmes become soft
ened and break away In pieces. Why
will persons continue to stiller from such
ait annoying, disgusting disease, when
they can just as well be cured of It? Dr.
Sage'a Catarrh Remedy will cure the
worst forms of catarrh ; In fact, It Is the
only sure and safe remedy which has yet
been offered to the public. Many harsh,
irritating preparations may, for a time,
relieve the urgency of the symptoms, but
they do not cure the disease. Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy is soothing and healing
In Its effects, and when used with Dr.
I'ierre's Nasal Douche, according to di
rection", does not fail to effect a cure.
Sold by all druggists. 12-15-d&wlw
lion. V. aV YouiiKbloud.
(from the Falrlleld Democrat.
Hon. F. M. Youngtield has been favor
ably mentioned in some of our ex
changes, lu connection with tlie oitice of
attorney-general. J He selection oi -ir.
Voungblood for that position, would be
a irood one. He Is a eentleman ot iutetr-
rity nud ability, and one among the ablest
lawyers in tlie siate. lie served 10, tour
vi.irs timsceiltl hp ut tonic v of the 111
diclal circuit, lu which he resides and dis
charged the duties of that oitice to the en
tire satisfaction ot all good citizens. He
has also since served one term as State
senator, in which capacity he ranked
among the ablest members of the Illinois
State senate, nud commanded the're
spect and esteem of all his fellow sena
tors. His 'honest and Independent
course, and his unquestioned integrity,
lias made him a host of friend' through
out the State, aud his name would add
strength to the State ticket.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Waahinjrtoo xni Commercial
Avenue, adjolntnir Hanny'a.
KEEPS for sale the best Be.', Pork, Mutton
Veal, I-uiib, Sauaafe, Ac. aiid la pre
naretl err femfllp- In an emtabl manner
an agent ,n;:y
Lejlle't-n.,.,,, ud MamlnJ, the oldest
eitabllf hed Illustrated Periodical. v America.
Tbey are now Urt o&Vred to caaraatera, who
will, If they secure an ajjrnry and eirelmlre ter
ritory, be enabled to introduce aerenleen Dr-t-
etas illiutruted I'eiiodlcrls, suited to a. many
dUtlnrt tantesor wants, aud, with the choice
rtomelght m iv and beautiful rhrotnos, given
free of cnsU to nirh nnuiial nu'jsrrlber, lie en-
abltd te scone one r more tubscriutioua In
every family In Ihelr district To skillful ran-
Ynxers thl.t will ecureiermantiit employment,
und the ic newnli each year will be a sotirre o
steady and mmired revenue. Specimen paper
and most liberal terms sent to ul, applicant who
niimc the territory they deal re tJ cauvan . Ad
dreta, AKency Uepartuieut, Frank Leslie's
Iubllahlng House, SiT Tearl Street, New York.
BV virtue of fle rertnln executions to me dl
rected hy the clerk of the circuit court of Al
rxuuderciuinty, In the Btate of Ulinola, In favor
of Clmrlei o. I'atlerand Wllllom Wolf, llrru of
U, 1'atler A Co. , und iignlnst Jntneit Carroll,
I have levied upon the following described prop
erly, In tho Hot addition to the city of Cairo,
county of Alexander and Stale of Illinola, to
wit; Lot uumUredone (I) iu block numbered
twenty-eiiftit (iS), a the property oftheiald
Jnrues Curroll, which I ahall otfer ut public aU
at the Nouth-east door of the court liouaa In the
city of Cairo, In the county of Alexander aud
Stuto of lllluola, on the 3lat day of Decemlwr,
A.I). '!, at eleven o'clock, a, m.,ot' said day,
for ciixh, to aatli-fy said Kxecutlou.
' AI.KX. II. IltVIN,
Sheriff of Alexander County, llilnola.
Calm. 111. . December t. 1K7.'.. t-tll-dld.
TjSTATK of nyaa T. Talker, deceaanl.
XlaTheiiuucraixneu navins oeen uppoiuieu .n
mlnlaliatorofirieeatatejif DyaaT. Parker late
of the county of Alexander aim Maie oi niiuois,
ilnrrin.eil. hei-rhv irivei notice that he will an-
iicar liefor the nounty com t of Alexnuder cniiu
ty.at Ibucouit hoiiie In the city of Cairo, nil
nola, at the January term, on the third Monday
llWlallliarj nexi, III WHICH lliucnu iviauiia iuiv
luir fliiliiia airaluat tald eatute are notified und
reiiuealed to attend for the purpose of having the
auiue adjusted. All iH'raoua Indebted to said es
tate ure requested to make Immediate uiynicut
to Ibe underpinned.
Dated this rd dav of Decemlier. A. D. 1S7A
Htitle oflllluoia, County of Alexauder
In the Circuit Court of Alexauder County.
Hcury I.. Halllday vs. KIUh W- Movbuii-IHII
in chancery to foreclose clmtlle morttrnee.
SAID defendant Is hereby uolllled of the pen
dency of tlie above suit, and Hint the time ui.d
place oi'lhe return of summoua In the rase, la
the next term of auld court, to be liolden at thu
court liouav In the rlty of Cairo In aal I, county,
on the llrat Monday In January, JW. .
Clerk of mild Court,
(iieen & (lllberl, olrllon. tl-ll-wlw.
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of tho City Promptly.
Louvo Ordera at Crystal Saloon,
or at tho Company's Oilieo, at Nar
row Gaugo Sopot.
TERMS-Nctt Cash ou Delivory
.taaSTn J a BBaaam
, rBHMIeN Mil !
E. & W.BXJDEB,
The oldest and most Reliable home la aoutbera
In fn;r variety, at nstonhblrigly kv flgtrts.
suitable to the times. Call and exasBlae lhair
ror. Ela-tiili Ml and Waskisiartoai At.
,l--A full Slnrk of John VMmr'i frM.Mmt
: Mold llnuk I'ms constantly kept on bond.
JOHN B. PHILLZS
(Successors to John B FhlllU)
And Dealers In ,
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUB,
KZ1X, MAW, etc.
Agsats far LATLDT XAXO NWBU 00
ZCoraer Taatk ftrsat ajist Okie
So 60 Ohio Uvee,
K. J. Ayrea.
6. D. Ayrea,
AYBX8 fc CO.,
L D. THOMS,
And dealer to
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foreign and Domestio Fruits aad Mat
II COMmHCIAL AVSNDX.
O. N. HUGHES,
Over atathuss ITU's.
NOSE but rirst-Claaa Compailea repr
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank lallsUer, up-stsirs.
The Oldest Kstabllshsd Aarsnoy 1b Soat
srn Illinois, repressnUns ovsr
165 OOO 00O:
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STAKE 1
Between Washing-tan aad Oosaaaereial
ANTTHINO la oar
store, aud we ksap
everylklus; found at a
Orst-ciaaa isaev uoons
or toy store. Hesulc.
(i. ft. foe UMiidav
1 I III I Llaoods. STKIN'S Si
ij m mwm I 1 1 Ibum. tea uiiu,a si.
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