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J0H1TK. 0l.T, MltM.
. In duff In (be Jury, at Slt Lake, y es
Uiir,Chfcf JOilcc Whlt Mid: "Wc
juli bttiel6& li iquarrly In Urn nice,
ilUtMtefUl a It may be to some, nml
jroTfrii ourselves by right, reason nut
innly discretion, In dealing with It.
Polygamy must bo suppressed In thii
Territory. Monnonlsm may survive,
and, relieved from II, would stand un
shackled and free at ever' other creed or
mode of religious worship, shielded and
protected by the constitution of our com
mon country. But If Harmonium can-.
not seyer luelf from polygamy, it will be
'flic Vlcksourg Utrald, the most ultra
of the Democratic papers of Mississippi,
ays'fOtIiiatir's,, Rlortoas Centennial
.tftesdi : If-jre uadcrsland his position
utigtrt, md yii believe wc do, lie occupies
the position fully Indorsed by his party
lu this State, and which should be held
by the national Democratic party. It Is,
simply, that the power of the nation Is
superior to that of any of the State ;
that national kovurclgnty Is superior to
State sovereignty. If. the war settled
anything, it certainly fettled till ques
tion. The theories as to the manner In
which Uio nation was ibrmud by separate
sovereign States, amount to nothing,
since the decision of the sword Is that the
power and authority ei the central goy
eraraeut shall be supreme. Mr. Lamar
-aosMts this lact, and the Democrats of
htftftate fully approve his course."
IftrVIJUeM A WIIINKYITi:?
Confident of success In tlili State nt the
election next November, the Republican
party Is getting ready tor the battle, and
the gentlemen who are anxious to carry
Its baanerJn the campaign arc aiming
polsonecl shafts at each other. Tho
tlereeat light Is between the HoikU of
Bereridga and those f Cullnm. The
it lends ,of Cullom have, up to this time,
bad the friends ot Dcverldge on the hip,
but now the Irlends of Itercrldge arc
making a despcrato struggle to regain
lost ground and carry the war into Atricu
They are charging that Mr. Cullom Is a
crooked-whisky man "one of the ring."
This charge has becu made with consid
erable flourish of trumpets, and has made
the Cullom mon wince visibly; but the
trlends ot Cullom are indignantly repel
ling the charge. Kvcn the State Utg'attr,
a Democratic paper, comes to Mr. Oil
lom'a defense. The chargo Is called by
the Register, "a brutal mid malicious at
tack, false in spirit and Intention." We
rejoice in this assurance of Mr. CullonVa
dean-handedness. We would very
much regret to learn that he, too,
and falleu into the mire of the whisky
corruption, for take hint for alt lu all,
he Is about as clever a Mailicul a Jives in
the Stat. If he should be nominated,
we will oppose him, because with all his
estimable qualities, we look upon hint
as a representative mail of a very bad ini
mical party. It is not probable that Mr.
Cullom will be discovered within the
ring of the whisky robbers ; but Just
such men as Cullom have made such
rings possible In this country, lie Is a
Kaalcal politician, and he would rather
have the public service one festering mass
of corruption than cure the sore by ex
posing It to the public Indignation.
I'pou uim tne rings would look wltn no
tear, and if he were a candidate he would
receive their support, i Hraself above re'
proach, lie Is one of those men who
would .profit by the shorteomlngsof
other men, upon which he would, look
with regret, but which bo would never
THE CM TICTION OFTIIK CKAIXft
The Jury In the Craln trial returned a
verdict yesterday .morning of guilty and
fixed the penalty at twenty years In the
The circumstances surrounding this
case were of a peculiar kind, ami a great
interest lias bets manllestcd by the pub
lic la Its development.
Tbe prisoner wf.o stood at tho liar
were Jep. Craln and William Craln. Jep.
was a brother of Marshall Craln who
was lately executed In Williamson
county for the murder of Wil
liam Spcncc, and Hill was his
cousin. Upon Information obtained trom
Sam Miuick, who was present with Mar
shall Craln and assisted ut the murdering
ot Speuoe, Jep. and Dill were arrested.
Mustek, making a clear breast ot tho mat
ter, charged that Jep. and Bill were also
parties to tho murder et Spcncc. He
gave, with apparent truthfulness, a nar
rative of ttie conspiracy to daughter
Spence, iu which he Implicated Jep. as
the aoansger and Bill as an active par
ticipant. Ills story was well told, and on
the wltuess stand he was wonderfully
slt-posseed. The defense attempted to
prove an alibi, but failed.
We have no doubt the evidence lu the
ease Justified tho verdict, and we lcllevo
the prisoners Uve reason to Ik thankful
that they have escaped with their lives.
We have hcani ttautd that more bloody
work will bo the rcsulnirthe.se trials and
convictions. We do noi u-llevo this.
.Murder was bold Ju illlamsou county
while it was'uucliallengcd. ft curried
terror into the neighborhood, una even
suspicion did not daro to whisper nsraltist
the guilty wretches who wore plyinjr the
business of assassination with mallcloiu
coolness ; but crime Is cowardly, and be
fore the coruiuty of punishment hides Its
head. The exprrlcnces of tho past lew
montlis, mtd the dtctloi,nenU yet to be
madt, will make the murderers or Wil
liamson county timid ni hares. Thcv
will be anxious to save tuir necks, and
their bloody work will lc itoit4 for
tbt.tiaM being at least. We belle Mm
$01 ot ilwpast few wonths vrill U
Of valuable smle to the law-abiding
BopM r.Wlltiaiuion, u J the good vvoik
rAHITA1f AXXlOVTnHTAtN it.
'J'lio Pnducnh .Vrte, In an article
headed, "Nrtrrow-Uniijjo It all road." cays
that tho road from ltrl, IVnncf.or,
will he built lieyond a doubt, and It is
nnxlom to ascertain by whom add to
what point. After penkhi(; of tho Im
portance of the proposed road, tin; AVir
wiyn: "We see at once tho Importance
of early action in the tardier, that t
may not again be left out In the cold by
the. hulhliiur o( the road from Pari" to
Cairo. This will certainly bo tlie result,
and at an early day, If our people do not
Dcsnr uicuiMJlves nml io nomethlmr :i
nn Inducement tor It to como here."
Maim? with the subject, the .Vrici pro-
ccctls to tell its readers the Rreut benellU
the proposed narrow-gauge road would
comer upon L'aducah. "While the Wtti
I itess It would brtni; to the city from tho
,. v w . . , 0,
urp.t1,.t.mnnrtaim, to nor r.it.ir .rnmtl.
greatest importance to our future grow
and prosperity as a commercial city, still
this would bo but n drop lu the bucket
as compared with tho Inward flow
there would at once bo to our midst of
. .. . ...
ine general orouuciions nronmi us lor
shtfment, South. Give us a di
rect line ol communication with
Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, etc., and
our city will within twelve montlis be
enabled to boast the greatest Inland grain
market In the whole Mississippi Valley,
It grow.' all around us, and. would come
to us by the natural flow of a do.cu Im
portnnt rivers. All wc want Is a means
of getting It to (ho coimimcrat a reason
able rate. Corn would come here from
within II Keen miles of Nashville for ship
nicnt. l'ork packlnir establishments
equal to those of Cincinnati, Chicago and
St. Louts would he erected hero at once,
and with these every other branch of
trade lu our city would receive a new
Impetus of thrill and prosperity, and our
future as 11 great commercial point would
bo guaranteed Iwyoud ieiailventure.
Again, the completion of such u system
of railroad would Insure the cetublltdi
me nt hereof tho largest inland cotton
market iu the I'nlted Statc.-t. Wc are
farther north than Nashville or .Memphis
and at. the same lime more centrally lo
cated. Wo would secure the trade of botli
the above cities lu this great staple be
cause of the lower rates we could give to
New i oil; mid Kastcrn mauufnctorlc.
Wo would establish n mutual exchange
ol eominodotlcK with the Southern people
tlut Memphis and Nashville must buy at
our very doors."
There is at least a little of the Lake ol'
Como kind of picturing lu this but we
aro fully Improsod with the belief that
the proposed road Is a very important
one, ami I list the city tliat secures its
northern terminus will be greatly bene
fitted thereby. Cairo, however, need
not be alarmed at the effort now be
ing made by Paducali to steal the Cairo
and Tem.nojsee. road, ticcaufe that mad
mut have Its northern terminus at this
city. Here It will make connection with
many roads, and with tho Cairo and Sr.
f.ouls road of Its own gauge ; but at J'n
dtieah It will connect with nothing. It
might as well rim nut to the Ohio at any
other place. It must and wU couie with
Its northern tertalnut to Cairo. What
will wo do Insecure 11 1 As much as we
can iu the way of private subscription,
and though that may lie little, It will be
enough. Cairo odors to this railroad
company In the way of connections with
other railroads, advantages that are
far more valuable than all tbe Mitarrlp.
tlon that l'aducah can give to ll.
Till: HAHCOCK TRIAL.
The trial of Oeu. Uabcock for complr
acylu the whisky ring of St. Louis was
lalrly opened on Tuesday. The names
of the Jury are as follows : 1!. !. Black
wood, W. K. Wilson, Harvey' Sessions
and Ezra Johnson, Lewis county ; Matt.
Woodruff, Clark county ; B.'.r. Snyder,
Knox county ; .lolui M. Keatblcy, St.
Charles county, J. W. Blakcly, Adair
county; D. W. Tain tor, Gasconade
county, Kdward B. F. May, Franklin
county; Win. S. Jewett, Jelhirson
county, and Win. Jackson, Clark county.
District Attorney Dyer oiiciicd the case
for tho government by reading the In
dictment against the accused and follow
ing it up with his argument. Addressing
himself to the Jury, he Informed them
that they had been called to try a most
important ease, important alike from the
enormity ol the offense Involved and the
distinguished position of the defendant.
Tho speaker traced the hktory ot the
w hiskey ring from its inception 'in 1S7I.
He charged that It was organized by C. U.
Mcgrue, formerly a clerk In tho revenue
department, and that It embraced Mc
Donald, Ford, Joyce and other revenue
officers and Mr. McKce, and asserted that
the prosecution would show bow the
profits of the ring were made and how
they were divided ; how It became neces
sary to enlist the revenue olllccrs in It,
and that it was Impossible to conduct the
frailU.S Without, tlicll cuuulvaneo , how
this necessity was followed by that of
securing the sympathy of men of high
position and Influence at Washington;
how the silence of revenue agents, scut to
Investigate the distilleries, was systemati
cally bought; how, on the death of Ford,
Balicock was Introduced Into the ting by
Joyce ; ho reviewed tho telegrams which
passed between Uabcock and Joyce, and
thotcjwhlch pascd between Joyce, A very,
CommlfMoncr Douglass and Hoag and
others; he detailed the particulars of
McDonald's visit to Washington, and said
the prosecution would show that all llab
cock's telegrams signed "Sylph" referral
to the operations of the whisky ring and
their eflorts to manago Commissioner
Douglats, the Secretary of tho Treasury
ami the l'roMent lu the Interest of tho
ring, without the knowledge of these
otllclals, and how they succeeded to the
length ol having the president expend
tho order transferring '.the supervisors.
Col. Dyer concluded his argument by
declaring that tho prosecution would
shoyv that Balicock had received money
direct from Avery, who, afraid to pur
chase postal orders, checks or to scud it
by express, Bent it lu letters marked
"pmonal" to Uabcock, and that alter
McDonald's Indictment last full, Babcock
i vWlt4 St. Louli and made arrangements
with McDonald by which that ncmic
man was to receive letters under cover
liom Uabcock, and that theso arrange
ments wen! so sacredly carried out, that
wIhmi the letters arrived, McDonald, who
was absent from the city was telegraphed
to return hi order to receive (he hn-
poilant letter walling for him,
I'lie examination of witnesses began in
ilin nfternuoii. The Urst wl ness callcu
was Flt.roy, who had been employed In
tho revenue service in St. Louis; he tcstl-
lied that Irregularities existed iu the otllce
during his wholo term of nllice. Tbe
second witness called was Mueuiot
Thomson, a dl-tlller who testlllcd he was
In the habit of paying to Megrue regu
larly every week sums varying from live
hundred to fifteen hundred dollars; that
n revenue agclit named Brashear was paid
ten thousand dollars by tho four St. l.otiI
distilleries for his silence. After Thomp
son, Flt.roy was re-called and tbe balance
of the day was consumed by the dlcu..
slon of objections by llaheoek's connel
tonquc'tlon akcd the witness by Colo
The Ice harvest has begun In Michi
gan add Iowa.
Admiral Stiingham, aged seventy
eight years, died In Brooklyn lat Mon
day. The Chicago V'wc wants Keeley to
run his motor with whisky. If he can't
llud water hi Philadelphia.
The mineral well houso ol North
Lansing, Michigan, was destroyed by
lire on Monday. The loss is S1S.000.
lu tho mining regions of the Black
Hills, flour sells for 12 cents a pound, mid
bacon thirty cents per pouud.
A Knights ol Pythias lodgcl; to he
Instituted at Jewyvllle, llllnoN, very
The properly ot the Marengo Driv
ing Park association will be sold at pub
lic auction on thc2Cth of this mouth.
Joeph l'leiuni was convicted of
murder lu the second degree, for killing
his betrothed at Pittsburg last Monday.
A Democratic daily paper called the
livening HultrprUf, has been started ill
Jacksonville. The (list lue was made
Mr. Wesley l.unncll, an old and in
spected citlcn ol Jaekooiivllle, ai" IIL
ot the pioneers of Morgan county, died
last Monday of consumption.
Moody and Sankey have got to woik
in New York City. They o.'ied their
great religious icWval meetings at Bar
Hum's hljiiodiomc on Monday night.
four days pigeon hoot I ng tourna
ment, open to all amateurs, according to
tho Illinois Stale association ruies,
opened at Davenport. Iowa, on Tuesday.
lu tbe San Juan district of Colorado
much Intere-t Is tell over the discovery
of the presence, iu large ii'intlties, of
gold healing ore- of extraordinary rich
nes. -Tin' claries of all the clerks lu the
quartermaster' department at Fort
Leavenworth have been reduced, 't his
Is the result of the failure to make the
usuiil appropriation tor the war depart
Dr. l.evysliuu. I lie eminent I'riis'lau
louiuallM. and the Vienna correspondent
ol several German newspapers has been
expelled from Autila, charged with dis
seminating Intelligence unfavorable to
A lleluew cemetery was dedicated
lu Bloomlngton last Saturday, and on
Sunday the llrst burial was made lu it.
Heretofore tho Jewifh people ot; Bloom
Ingtou have burled their dead at Lincoln
Hon. S. M. Etler, superintendent of
public Instructions, has gone to Wa.shl.ig
ton and Philadelphia for the purpose of
making final arrangements for the proper
representation of the schools ol Illlnoi
ut the Centennial.
Harry Boa, a one-armed boy lu the
employ of tho Burlington and Minnesota
Itallroad company, as ear reporter, was
shot and instantly killed by Carroll Jones
of the same, age, at Ottumwa, Iowa, on
Tho coal miners at Petersburg, w ho
struck on the llrst day of this month, be
cause their employers cut down their
wages, came to the conclusion that they
had made fools of themselves, and went
to work again on Monday morning.
At the February meeting of the
Alton, Illinois, Horticultural Society, the
members decided that no injury bad yet
been done to the fruit buds in that vicln
ity, and that the prospects were excellent
for a full crop.
An attempt was made on .Sunday
night to set at liberty the prisoners coa
lined In the jail at Sycamore, Illinois, but
the sheriff discovered the plot, and thus
tho high hope of the birds, who are pro
uouueed the hardest set that has ever
been hi custody there, were dashed to the
William OWon, treasurer ot Still
wate-, Minnesota, who Is said to bo be
hind hi Ills dealings witn me city nbout
$1,100, took his departure from that
place some thrco weeks ago for Chicago,
ho went no ouo knows where, but It Is
supposed to Sweden.
Hon. W. II. Phllps, u member of tho
Missouri legislature, and his brother, a
young man twenty years of age, were
arrested at Sprlngllcld, Ml-souii, last
Monday afternoon, charged with having
assassinated J. T. Hauling on the street
iu that city a few days ago.
A woman claiming to bo the wile ot
one ot the engineers, has been coining it
sharp over the Chicago, Burlington and
Qulncy Itallroad company, at Charara,
by drawing tho pay of the said engineer,
whose name ! Chae, ami leaving Im
II. M. Clark, oneol tho editor? orthe
Brownsville, Tennessee, Ofmoernt, shot
and killed Samuel Boyd, a deputy I'nlted
States marshal, at Brownsville nn Mon
day night. Tho parties were previously
on good term, but were engaged lu a po
litical dicuson when the tragedy oc
curred. -David II. Mitchell, of Leaveiiwoith,
Kansas, sued the Chicago Time, for f 'J,
000, on the grounds that that paper hsul
lied on him. Tho caso wa tried lu
Lcavcnwot lb reemtly, and llic Jury
brought In a verdlci, awarding the plain
llirSM. The Judge i tiled that tho Jury
was to estimate In ibllars raid cents the
exact amount ol danf r dom Mitchell's
A passenger ti.iu on the Indianapo
lis and St. Louis ailroad, when about
live miles from F.asi St. Louis, collided
with n pile of lies uleh had been placed
on the track to wn'k the train, ond tho
engine, the siiioklnf,and the baggage cars
were hurled from tie hack. The engln-
ecr, George Morris wn so terribly In-
iiued that he will dc.
A sensation wrt treated nt White
Pigeon, Indiana, on Sunday, among n
funeral procession, y tho discovery that
the corpjc was not :corpe. On Friday
last a young girl ighteen years old,
named Woods, died.to all appearance nml
preparations were initio for tho funeral.
The remains wero laced in acollln nml
a minister engaged to preach tho 'fune
ral sermon, liefer leaving tho house
the undertaker illsiovered signs of life on
tho face of the cori fc, and called the at
tention of a doctor to the fact, who, ns
soon as the procossnit bail nrrlved at the
church, ivheie. the minister was to have
discoursed on llieoicrits of the departed,
took occasion to f.vainlne Into the case,
nud found the gVl to be lu a trance, In
stead of dead, She was accordingly
placed hi tho barso again and driven to
her home, aii'' ""' congregation were In
formed there onld bo no burying that
A GREAT FIRE IN NEW YORK.
I'roin-rl.V t ( Vnliic of I'onr nml it
iiir .Ullllon Itnlliirt .ItcMtroyvil autl
Tnu l.ltri Nnrrltlreil.
Nbw York, Feb. S. A llro broke out
at (i:30 IliM evening, at 123 fiiiiml street,
wh'cli proved the most destructive there
has Lcia here for years. Tho fire burnt
through the entire block hounded
by lirand. Howard, Broad way
and Crosby streets. altogether
about thirty buildings. The total loss Is
estimated at $l,WX),000. Ono llrm,
( a-lien, iiruinierett ,v to., lace ileaters,
estimate their loss at u million and a
half, five buildings on Broadway were
saved, and all on (ii iind street except No.
IX'i where the llro broke out. Two tin
men. David I'lule. foreman, and J no. II.
ltnt.li. iiclt-iiit. were Killed, and several
oier.s lnlure.1 by falling wall-. At one
time It was I eared the lieart of the eilv
would burn, dreat erowdsgatheredaiid
inucli exelteiuent iircvnilcd. The tiro
was completely under control nt hall
Ik vou nave a iiiseliaree from the nee
olfuiinlve or otherwise, partial le of the
tense offline!!, taste, or henrhig.uyei watviy
or weak, feel dull and .itui'ld or OtbllitateJ
pulu or prcsure hi Die bead, take cold easily
you may rvst as-ured licit on Imve Caturrh
Thousands annually, without mimlrMlng
hail of the uboe syiiiiitoms, teruilunte in
consumptiuii, inn! cud hi the grae. Xodls
ease In so cniiiuiou, more deceptbc, or less
understood by ulij t:I:tiH. It. V. Pierre,
M. I)., of Hilil'alo, X. Y., I the proprietor of
llr. S.igc.s t 'at anli Itemed)' a perfect Sie
ellle for Catarrh, the llead,"o
t'atinlisl Headache. 'J 8-d.tw-lw-(20)
St. Jo. Medical
rplIK imlv I'liirc wlii ie vnrc tine on be ic
I li.tl iiruifi. t.itllf iHitsiiuiol hi Hie wjv ii
lulreitltliiK. ns the it putatlon ot llii- iiiMllnlloii
H Mi ll knuwn uiroiiKiioiit Hi.- nui l ull am
be cmivlnrrd tlml UiU U die lurife it nnil iml
ic.iii)ilftc liiHlltutlon oniu' kind In AiiH'rloi lnr
tlie HiirocHHim uemiiiciu ol all umnmc w.xiul
t'rlvatr Hnil vnrniu uiMivsoriiotti tn,w
iu Mxiiuiim, tionorrmi'ii, iiieti, Mnnnic. ilin.
tin. Varlwws Wins, Onhltln, Jlnlio. Ac All
uruisry nnil Hnilillltlc iiiiu-rcniinl iiflinli.iuoi
tlif lliroHt, skin or lioiin uie tiealisl with nn
niinllrlrtl snrews. .onorrhir nnl In frnm
ihrec to llveilnvs. sypMlln mini in i'mhu live
in nn nay, hut i, ,j, 'ii-a.se enrol, Mmulusl
WfakiiPM, nperniaioriima, Mitlil Ikjuscs, hei:
mil I rLil Wy nml luiitinry, .n oK hixuul
I'dwer, nn tin-result ol fill uuunln youtti, tn
iml exi-cKW.s In miilnrci- jiara, mi l all Imiiull
inentHto niurrlace, lxrmiimritly uiicil wltliout
luerrury ornny ollu r iiiluerul jkiHoii. I'atli-uta
ut a illstimce tiintrd by Irtli r. Mnllrlneit svnt
eitrywiit-ii' lnuiiKineii Hlio Iium- Ixroine Hi
Vlctlllll'il of oiililnrv i In llmt lllrailrnl lillJ III.
etnirtlve luililt wlilcli uniiiiully suitim to an mi
tlnu-lv Kinve tlintiitanilH or yoiiiiK men ol ttn-
nioste.xalKsl taienuumi nrilliant liilillcrl,ylm
might otlirrwl.se liaveiiitmiu-eil lUtinlnirSniati)
with tho tliiimlers ol dwiiirnn-. or wakisltu
eiviiaey tne nvinit lyn may cull w Ith full conn
iIpiicv. What u uity Unit a viuinu nun. I lie nnn
of hln country, tlicilHrlliiKoftiU lurdiM.nnouUl
tic anatrinsi irom nil piwikiIs and injuy
menu ofllfo by tint ronscnurnri-i oriletlniini
from llieimtll of liatiirnnnil Inilnl.-liiL' In ii rrr-
lulu Hcrrct luitiit. S-ueh iK-rfoni luimt, Ix-lorii
i-nuteiiiilatttiK marrLi'e, n ilroi Uiul u xoiinit
inlnd unit IkmI)' nrn lliu most iivciHrv roritiiitltcK
to irnniotrcniiniililal Ii:ic)1iich, hulissl without
llicsc the Journey through life lvonii'M a wnoy
iilrlniagi', the irofMTl hourly ilarLrn In tli
view, the inlnil Ikk-oihim hluiilnu-isl . in, .Ifaimlr
uml lllbsl with niclancliollyivlli-rtinuH tlml the
nuipineaaoiauuinrin iiiikiiiciI Willi our own
To all errlnir voudl' nu n we wo'ilil nv. do no
ltv till tecrcetto yoiirM-lf nml jour tiod until
ll lias snpiicu uic viiam uuu icn yoiiu wreck
humanity, n cure to youmell ami u Imnlrn
society. If you urc i-ntaiiirlcil in tin- snare
Kelt tiollution, or nnyirlute di.cac, flco from
IU illBtracllon, nun aiiiy nt si. .loMi-pIt Mcilic.
Institute lor treatincut, and Iwcome once more
rj't'urcs Kiiarantretl or money leAmilnl ,
CJ-Alt female itlillcullii nml liuinsllincuta lo
.Hurrlage trcnusi Willi miii'tyuini mutchx.
CrA Krea' iiietlical hookuud Mvttlt for bell
ami L'rnta. hent free for two ilauiht
Address fct. .loeih Medlral liifcllluii-, Kroncls
nirttt, iMiwtsiii cccoiiii nnu i uini, s.
(iMaiiUHl in I he rmle
siatei, uinana, ami 1
rnhA i ii-i-niit 114 ii.tt-
llure ut any other telut
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uie iiouke. L.orii'H inn
liuli nml forentn aniriunces.witn luveiiuns. A
tome a at Imi, and other Hvllolltora, eieclally
with those who hut e liait tlinr ciisen teJectisl
tliehanda of ntlirr uttorneva. In relected raes
lnose wuo nute nan iimrcasea ii-jecusi in
our teea atf ivaHomlile, and lio i-Jinrpe I, made
unlet wc are fcuiveaaml. !
11 you want 11 put
iit,enduaninodt:l ilfl ilr akclelli and n
!" V till ilencriitloii of
rllTii ur biM-ntloii.
I OVtVl-.i will 111,1.1, 1111
exunilnatiniiiit the lutent nme, unit II we t ti i lit.
It imtrntulile, will find you pujiera mid ad lee,
and iiroci'i'iite voiu cjse. Our leu Will If In or
dliiaiy cnM-a, M,
III Ond ormltleii In innlleisii-
L'ell. l'.v.tJiininiU..inn..i. ofralenti.
CliMliinil, Ohio 1 O. H. Jtellcy, I"i., Si-e.'v
tH'ti lltiiti, t'liiu
i". U.il Is vllie . ny 1 loiiiiiioiioiii
I' S N.a uasfitiiKloii, II. O.
0"iienil Maiiip Im our "ti'ulde lor i.lil.iiu
Iiik Tatiiibi," (1 luuL ofeObaKCH.
Aililivaa l.iniis Hiiirucr v t o
Iiir iil'l'ati-iiM, Muhldngton
The meal Nerve I Ji.r.uror, i intl Eilliiitlo Kits,
CiiuviiIhIous, Hjianua' St. vltm Dance, aud nil
nty lor Kpllelillu Klta, It baa Iwell tenlfil by
lliuinanda and linn lie, cr been kjiownto lull Ina
iu iW cane, 't rial ,ckaKfree, Kuclose Hump
AiUrtit, nit s.a. iticiiMriNli,
U'-ndly lii.v 7, "I .lo.ili, Mo.
,-sri t nun ,FBt;aiw'i, ini only Kliomi wiii ,1
GOOD NEWS SMOKERS!
Plftcen years ni
ip you could pr. t an pood
rivpBti, and Kvery body unoked them.
ana Olsara Wont UD aCOOl-lllnirlv. Onlrt
:.vryuouy unoKeu mom.
iJfiW1?' i yl',t,thl:r, Itleowlnn.to a
..,.,P,, ,,.,,ur kiiu uovnrnmoni tax, dui toa ami irrcaior oxient, lo
itiiuh -ftnimuieu to
(The iiianiiraduieiii br IIioiim- of i.iitcutid
iKaral a ran or twetty-xeven Kt cent less than
unl iiuallty tluia Ki Iiik llielriiKenta an iiiKirliinlty
Xnr nu'.i it-nii; we jtuie iw-ioieijur )iiiiou.s 11
WARRANTED GENUINE CLEAR HAVANA
rim iihiiiurnrliireranH-nuiilrtni; Die fact Hint themaloiilviirnioVeniiirerer to buy tln lr Clirarnaa
liny 111 (ii mem, ime uuomiii inc limn 01 lavoiniK
iu..,, Hn nit... lit- s,.lllitr u III tiff le I. lull r ut tint kalni.
lly niiiioltitinu' 11 elnK' iiKcney in 11 city, they
nir n ftimle Hiri'tiev In i
Mint kiiiiilli.'iiiiililynr llu I'lrur,
liners, and llifirnxeeu.
Sole Agents, Cairo, Ills.
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
ioxuEaxca-isj and looiMCEiaraxo
Wines and Liquor b,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - OAIRO, ILL.
KeopB a full stock of
Monongahela.Rye and Robinson Oouuty
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
ONLY $125 A YEAR.
Tho Pooplo'u Romctly.
TLo UnlvorHul Fain Ext actor.
Aak for PoniV
Trtko no uthi
"Hear fur I will mieak of excellent things.
I njiirlcsi to Jinn or Heist',
SlmliiM, hpralna, Contu-
t' rite I res,, Cuta, lteera-
ten or incieisi woiiiiiiK. 1
lllreillnic I.uiik, or ,
Xontt Hll,uiid Hlctd- I
lnir (blind or Teeth
VtiinltliiKur Hlooil and
I'lllt, - illecsllliK l'llea.
lillml l'llea, (Infalllhlo.)
raittia, nwi-niii rur.
tlcMwellinirorSoreneaa. NllirurMsi or Soreucea,
l.unilniKn, Ijiiuc Iluek.
Nttrc TliniKl orOubmy,
I IN, AMtUltlN.
iurc or Inllainut lijtn or
Nlll'C Nipltlt-M, llllhtlllCil
Fill 11 fill or too 1'rnfuM'
Mllh l.cir. Ovarian
iuia ami Tuniora
Uruvel and Straiiinirr.
I'linllniiH and Ktroria-
tiona of liifuuu, or
Viirlrnan Vvlita. Kn-
PXTPRN1I larKedorlnflaiuwl Veins.
CAILnnHL luicerx. Old Sorea, Inter-
ntnninaT a sr mora, inn nweiiiiiiis.
INTERN AL'rnt uiul tlnulona, Chat-.
isi or oore reel.
iiiilliir,llaniesu or .ttiul-
Felon or Whitlow, Kroit-
eil I.lrnbs or l'Hiin.
Moaqnllu Dltra, Imect
I tftliiKi, C'hnpiiril llnnila.
I'OMI'N UX'rilA'TIriirialetyall UrMt
ClnHN lliiivKi.ta,anl recoiuniendedby
all DrutjKlut", I'hynlniann, anil fill)'.
botly who Iihm over uaed it.
Pnniplilft contaliiiuc History and Uses mull,
ed free on application, if nut found at your I
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New York iiiitl I.tiiiilmi, ,
MINT AND Ol IJs).
Blake (ft Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Olasa, Win
dow QhadOfj, &o.
Ahraya on baud, tlm cilcbiuted llliiiiilnutlng
Oainar iSHvsuth btrei.t auJ Vfaiblnv
a Of ar nn you would wtah to smoke fo
Durtnr tho war told want tin to noo
linn nun VmnV. hut niirara anam In hnlrl
certaif extent, to the advanced coat of
etui lor a nva cant uiKur
M.u-liliure arc enabled lo ninte thaliveeelehratnl
oilier .MuiiiiIh Iiihth can iroliirru 1 ntaro
l,i'U.il) .sinokirs with a Biuivrlor loitn
FILLED CIGAR FOR FIVE CEN
me nininriir, iiihikmi 01 uie ininoriir ian iu
rul. 114 fit,, ti-n. lint', or n Imi
couri'iilnile I heir liiulnesa. leitiii-e tneirioisea am
r.ir Hip intitn.il ndlantac nt tlmnselrci, llircon
iuxd hm Convinced
ill mnM iKiiltlirly run- nny cae nrrli unia
t iu or rheiiinallc gout, 110 luntter how lone
Mumling, on tlielarcoflheeaitli. IIcIiik an In
ward iiiii'ntion It d lliewnrkfiiirkly, llior
iniKldv unit iiermauenUy, liiixlnn tin' yteiii
ItniiKanil henlthy Wnte tit any iriinilueut
s'iou lu U'usldnxlon t ilt , ami you will learn
Hint llietilMiwidalciiirnt In Inie in nery iwrtlc
ular. (')NllKNKII tnitlll lCATK.H.
WnthbiRton, t. C Dereinlier
nvr iieiiiii'niiine,v iMiitleyi
ttfiiia 1 very rneeriuiiy auitc niai 1 linen mi-
lie Iteliifdy with dividisl Isneilt,
Meinlier ofCoiu'reaa of (ia,
I'reflili nllid Maiislou,
M'-sm lliliihenstiue A ilenlli v:
M'lishliiKton, I, C, Alirll 51, 1S.
1 t.enMi or the pant aeten yi-ara my wife haa
I bcenu KreataurTer tmin rheumatlmn, herdoi'tura
I lulling In irhe her relief, rlicuwl three Injttles
liuraiiK'a llheiiuiatlc ItetiiMv, ami n pcrruuiiri
. cure was the remit. Wit. ll.x'ttOOK,
"Kieoutlie Clerk to l'rei)iilci.,irant."
1 Waililimloii. 1), (:.. Mnrrli.l. leT'.
I In lliefpiirenl' tUi lM-luillin my ilieiiliiatinln
tins ni, in-, iiutint-' wihrn iiirveiionfi, 01 lilinillK a
lllii'iiiinitiRltemrily. .My luolher .1. II. IVdana,
of Itcdl'nril, I'u , wiueimsl liy nubnilaramounl.
Meililier ol't.'oiiKrm of I'a.
Price one ilulliir u UtlUr, oral lottlrs for dye
iiuiinra. jik ynur nruKlit lor iiiiriiik'h I.Iicii-
uiaiic. iiemeiiy uianuiaeiureii ny
IIKI.I'IIII.SSTINK A BRNTI.KV,
Druggist unit CliemlsH,
Waalilnutnn. II. (1.
I ItC" For aide Iu C'lilraxo. by Van Schaaek
I tsteienmin A Held, ami Lord hinllli.t Co,
STRATTON & BIRD,
A.QKNTB AMEIIIOAN POWDER 00,
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 1(1 OHIO LEVEE.
Sl'KCIAI. ntttmtlsn given to consignments and
S-S ??fl LVI s s. i k o , ullll.s
f.g warn ipmM.wii ai-,riniij
co., iii vwibuaei., ciiU'(.
ELM MH M O TT 3. 5aJ
Leading Journal of Southern
W'llltttadlastly 0)pua the ollrU ol lb
ltcnihlli-an inrty. od refuse to bt traui
uielled . the dktaUuliol any clique tit the
llrtuui TAtlc ntalilatlnil.
It bedtvea that tbe lteittbllcaii patty uxt
fulfilled tta inbrton, and that the Dtnio
1 tatlc party ai now urfraiiled thoillu I t r.
ttnred to power.
It believe the Itadlcal trranny that b.
fcr fuxral yearn nppreMcd tbe .'outt.
boulJ he overthrown and the people c! tttt
Southern .Status pertultted to control thtil
It belluvaa that rallrmd cJrporatlou
ehonld ha prohibited by legislative etuli
iiientr from extorting and mijiiidly dascrim
luatltii; iu their butlneo trautu tlona wltL
It rei'Of.itiea the equality ut all men b
lure the Uw.
It ndvocatea free couutertt to rill ti,;
It adrucater remuiptloo nt apeile pay
nient, and hnin-nt ptyuieM ol the 'iiibllc
It advocate! acoiiouiy
turn ol public adalra
in the adiuliilitia
AS A NEWSPAPER
The bulletin will publish bit the lomiutwj
nt i.'alro. and a variety ol Commercial, Po
litical, Foreign and (ieueral Nuwd, and en
deavor to please .ill tastrii and Intercut ah
la a thirty-two column paper, liirniiucd to
aubfcrihera lor the low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
Postal prepaid. It la the cbeapct paper
in the Wett. and la a pleating Firofido
Vbltnraiid Kainlly Companion,
Cannot fall to tee tho ut -Waled Induces
meiiln ottered bv The bulletin In the way
nt chum'i and Drofllablo ailvcrtlnement?.