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IUi4lnK Mnllrr mi i:rrjr IMrp.
JOHN H. OBERI.Y, Editor.
A l AT.u.lypo of pneumonia, Is iiruv.i'
Iritt In nml nroiiiul Oarboiitlulc.
TitR lIonMVi'in Ilirlzcll lias roturniil
Sknatoii Mouion Mi's Unit I.yon l
ljln' on trim Unit lie never wni luilicil
lutlio lutcrcstof tho Knitnrt Mlnuswlmllo
(Jov. nvi:im(iiTTm panfiiiiitl, within
tliu Iat ycar.ono linmlrctl ami tlilrly.four
rrimlii.iM out of llio penitentiary.
Mil. Itr.t.i. Iiiwin, l.ilo editor of the
Soulhmi Ulinoiwn, U about to start a
Democrotlo niMV.piper In Oarunnihle.
Tut: Iiullaim llepnbllcan? propoe to
call a State convention for Urn purpose of
appointing a committee to decide whether
tlioplatlorm coinjnlH the party to I nil a-
tloti or pwcUTrefinmptlon.
Tin: I.oiiNvillo people have ilUeovercil
that their debutante, Ml Anderson, 1
not a Charlotte Cushinan nml that It will
take yc.iM of study to make her u great
Gov. Ki'.i.mmhi called on Gen. Grant
for troops, but the l'roMilent rulii'eil to
send them and Senator Wit telegraphed
to Kello that he would have to look
out for )ilinelf.
Tin: Metropolis Journal, expres-ln
doubts whether It Is not putting the cart
before, the horse, nominates Itlalue nud
Morton ns Its ticket, tVo think the Juttr
hj redoubts are correct and that the horse
would kick out of the traces and tear the
cart to pieces before he would submit to
Tiii:o.xi:iii:i:r ii:mo(;k wv
The Conucctleut Democratic lluauelal
plank Is spoken ol by the Chicago Trf
bunt in the following iinivjuivoeal twins
of praise :
The Connecticut Democrats, while be
traying their party prejudice in declar
ing the resumption act of last winter a
"deception and a fraud,'' anil demanding
Its repeal, qualify that demand by rcipilr
Ing that congress shall Mib'tituto there
for seme other uleasuru leading to re
sumption, nud the retiring ol the green
back currency. This is plain, direct and
practical. The resumption nut was merely
sentimental. It wai a declaration of
faith, but specie payments can not be ac
complished by mere faith in tho wUilom
ol that policy. Something more U e--en-tlal
to bring about thu specie resumption,
and wj have no objection whatever to
the repeal ol thu resumption act If con
gress will give the country in place of it
something that Is practical.
We suggest these resolutions of the
Connecticut Democracy to the
sousldcratlou of our readern ot
all parties. They are In admira
ble contrast with thu unmeaning and
equivocating nlatlonns of manv State
conventions, and particularly of "thu re
cent convention in Indiana, w here a large
ami cntuusiastlc convention, which in ad
dition to all its other fuuclio.is hail n
candidate for tho prc.-idcucv to nomi
nate, Bubsinntlnlly declaied "that, while
gold nnd silver was thu oulv honest mon
ey, the Uepubllcans or that State do not
think It expedient to have honest money,
mill iii.u uoucst money snail uu postpon
ed until public opinion shall grow up to
the standard ol honesty.
miN. i'oi.ui:ui;v ni .sr.
A New fork lady who rejoices in the
naineofMrs. I'olhuiuus and the posses
Ion of eight bank books, representing
about ll flecn thousand dollars in green
backs, got her name on the police rec
ords and Into the papers In a rather singu
lar manner. Mrs Polhciuiis Is n childless
widow, but she has a large clrclu of rela
tives whose watchful solicitude extends
to an uncomfortable degree to her bank
books and her greenbacks. Old Cliuz-
aicwits lieirs-cxpectant never
1 il tn half the annoyance
Mrs. Pololicmus' nnxious
atlves dally inlllct on that lady.
days ago, Mrs. I'olhcnitis gave out that
she was robbed, that ten thousand dol
lars, ail she had In thc.vyoild, had been
feloniously nbstrnciX.'d Ironi her bcre.ni.
Mrs. Polhcnius laid In her complaint to a
police judge who Immediately took steps
to discover the tide! and recover the
money. It proved to be a dilllcult case, a
very mysterious case. One arrest was
made, but not the slightest evidence
could be produced and thu suspected
man was discharged. Mrs. l'olhumus
was persistent and haunted the police
courts like a shadow. Thoolllcers were In
dustrious but neither thief nor money
could bu found. On Saturday last, when
Mrs. J'olhemus made her appearance In
the police court, n bird ot tin) air or some
thing chc had whlspeied something to
Mr. Justice Wandell. Mrs. Polheinus
was shown into a private room, and
there, In the face of her indignant pro
tects, she was searched by two women.
The searchers were rewarded by the dis
covery or eight bank books and about
lll'ty dollars In money, all snugly con
ccaled in Inside pockets ol her clothing.
Her assumed extreme anxiety to recover
her lo,t property was rewarded bevond
Iter expectations, and Mrs. Polheinus
will now have to Invent some other plan
to escape disagreeable attentions ol
her too anxlom, relatives.
osr Tin: iinni: vrni;icu.
The 1'lcrrepont Inter , 0(- t)l0fC
mutters relating to thu whi,vy trials in
general and llabcock's in partlcuhr
which will not out at the bUUlm-'' (Jr
those Intcrstcd. LUtlo by Hutu 'all
the ugly facts in connection with Its ori
gin aim puniicaiion are com tig out in
spite ol tho evident determination to the
contrary of tho White House nartv.
which In this casC Includes the President.
Auorney ucnerai 1'lcrrepont and Jiab
i-ock-s counsel, Storrs and Porter. In
uinwcrto the Honu lesolutlon eallhi
for an explanation of It, the Attorney
(.eiiend bunt n communication to
congress stating that mieh .
structloiis in i,o isued weiu meielv
in confirmation and 'approval ot
arntiiflenjcnU already made, and that, as
thofoUsJructloiu, and nrriiigtmenu re
late to malTeri now in progress, the
House wqulil readily see the propriety of
withholding upcilal information relating
thereto until the tiiul.i weir oyer.4'
ThU uiHwer wits evalon by
u inollon ol .Mr. i.nrii wno
had piesenled the lli-t resolution,
the matter was r lei red to the .ludii lary
Committer. So Hindi for the congress
tonal upeet of IhiiFiihJert. On last Sun
day, tho St. Louts Ti am charged in n let.
ter front Its Washington corrwpoml.Mit,
that Attorney (icneral lMerrepnnt, with
thendIeeaiidasbtaneeol the fnMdcnt,
had Inl.oii extraordinary means to secure
the acquittal of llabeoek. The Matemcnt
of the Times correspondent was, In oiled,
"I'ierrepont, having got rid of Hender
son, succeeded in convincing I Iyer that lie
was In earnest In prosecuting the whNl.y
ring. Tho 7iW "aid Dyer was lliinly
eouvlneed that Mr. I'ieiretiout not only
sincerely eo-operated with him.imt wax
ready to lead htm In lil legal cni'ide
agaliHtllio ring. The lv-ult was that
verbatiim eiqdes ol' all doeunientary evi
dence, were made nnd Inrwarded to
Pierrfpont,; together with lengthy let
ters explaining the torn) of thu
evidence. Several weeks prior to
thu beginning of tho McKec trial,
Dyer went to Wn-blngtou, at tho Invita
tion of Mr. rierrcpont, and dining his
stay there every point ho expected to
prove wa communicated to the attorney
general- While there Dyer learned of
Kverot's arrival, ami ha-aciied to meet
Ahijah in Philadelphia. There hu held a
coutereuee wllli HvercM, and for the llrst
thnu he lieard the story of the two letters
repeated by Everest dining the trial.
ft... I.iilml linnl' I.. V....l.ll., .1.111 lit'..,-
I lUMCIIIII ll.iei HI 1. ltlllllfpl'l.
again vMtcd I'ierrepont, and detailed to
him Kvcret story. Tpon leaving
WaMilngton, Dyer, at tue sou nation oi
I'ierrepont. engaged to niivise mm oi cv
cry new tact nlileli might eoino to iih
Knowledge. .uw ior me tcquei as
rapidly as Dyer unfolded Ids plans and
his evidence to I'ierrepont they were
repeated to the President. The Presi
dent was iicceible at all tint!-" to the
attorney geneial. Dyer had scarcely
reached St. Louis, on ids return from
Washington, when both Hlorrs and Por
ter arrived in Washington, having been
summoned by telegraph. The attorney
general had gained possession of every
atom ol tctfinony the prosecution had
against Ikibcoek." nud was us familiar
with the plan ol that prosecution as Dyer
himself. Storrs, Por'er, I'ierrepont, ll.ib
eoel; and Giiiut held a conference. The
lie 1 1 was surveyed, and the work ol It ib
cock's "alvatlon begun. Night after night,
from thu day Porter and storrs arrived,
until a lew days previous to their de
parture lrom St. LouK thoo two dis
tinguished attorneys met l'lerrenont and
I'.aneoek In n private i omit of the attor
ney general's olllre, and applied them
selves to tho study of (he testimony nnd
plan to bu ued against Itabeoek. livery
point of the pro-eeutlou was taken up
s-luglv nud collectively, and plans ma
tured to deleat them.
The Time correspondent prepared
his statement by the insertion that he
had obtained the tacts from "one Of the
chief ollleersol'the treasury department."
Tho editor ot the Times in answer to in
quiries, replied that hu would give no
names at present but that thu authority
Is eomplotu and will satisfy the whole
country It called for by n congressional
r.m toui.vi. no jt.n.
Washington "society" believes Gen
llabcock Is innocent.
Ilcsliig'8 trial, which was to have be
gun In Chicago on the "111, has been post
poned until thu 1 Ith of this month.
Miss .tones, daughter ot the silver
mine senator, is present at her mother's
receptions and her toilets exelte much
admiration. Miss .luues is three mouths
Lives theion man with soul so dead,
who never to himself liatli said, "I'll go
to the Centennial If 1 can ral-e the
A New York sporting paper pub
lished an account of (ho hanging of the
three Italians at St. Louis, with Its
sporting news last week.
The Kibbe-1 1111 ejectment suit, which
has been on trial for forty-one. days in
Chicago, came to an end on Tuesday, the
Jury lludlng u verdict In favor of the de
fendant. Material for n newspaper olllco has
been shipped to J I i 1 1 City, a town sijua
tcd In tho central portion ol the Itlaek
Hills, nine miles north of Harney's Peak.
The paper is to be called the Hill City
Gold in marvelous quantities is reporl-
cd to have been discovered In the Sangie
de Chrlsto range ot mountain, which lie
on the Hasten! border of the San Luis
Park and about seventy-live miles West
of Pueblo. About twenty mines are bo
lug worked In the San .hum country this
season, and their winter product Is vari
ously estimated at ironi six uumireii
thousand, to one million dollars.
A New Hump-hire member of con
gress lias called on the treasury depart
ment for u statement of what lias been
accomplished by the raid on the wh!ky
ring, and has received tho following llg
ures : Property seized, assessments, and
uuouiit of suits, nearly $3,S0O,(X)O ;
amount actually covered into thu treas
ury .Ian. 1, 1870, about S200.000. This
sum Is fi oui n small number of sulls, the
most being still pending, or rcelpts from
stiles not yet returned to tho treasury.
There, have been J.VI Indictments). Six
ty-nine have plead guilty. Of seventeen
ury trials there have been thh teen con
victions, three acquittals, and one dls-
rcemeiit. 1'or sometime theru has
been no discovery of. new frauds bv
methods so thoroughly exposed u year
;o, and the revenues from whisky have
Senator Sli.it on, who took his seat on
Monday, has promptly drawn his llrst
-v'htaigo Tribune: "The ltepilbllcaus
ol Indiana mo ieally damaged, If not
"ready killed, Mr. Morton's chances by
loading hi,,, wlth lUl) k1,111)I.1,,lt
-The bnva legislator politely aeeeded
toaiequc-lor.Mt4.sUillll . Anthony to
address the... l!l0 Wlljwl () woi(
sullnge, on last Saturday. At tho hour
appointed she w,.llt) ml ltm mcmbm
didn't; us thu empty w,t4 couldn't vote
thciowas no Indu.ysmcnt for MI.s An
thony to address thoui, mi hJ ,(u
Statu House thinking inmuoralilo things.
-'t'liu Conneellcut lSepubuc.u,4 have
i iioinluateii f,,r (Jovcrnor, Henry c. ;0,.
lii'nn; for Lieut. naiil-Goyeinni, Piede
ilek .1. Khigsland. The platform de
clares that the llepiibliean parly Is pure
ami the Democratic parly corrupt
gainst u division of llio school fund ; for
the specie resumption net, nnd ngalnst n
third term. No iiilriteltniis are given
to delegates to the National eonvnilion.
Itoston lUcninyOuzttlt, Hep.: That
the White lloue Interposed to save him
there can lio no doubt. The manner In
which the defense obtained possession of
certain documents, and the oidcrnf the
attorney-general against nllowliiglndiiee.
incut to bo made to men to tut u state's
evidence, are proof enough ot thw. I hi
cnuiv of tills latter act In lire press has
been Inadequate to Hie oll'ejise. It Is the
nio-t high-handed piece of Impropriety
that we remember to have been commit
ted by any man in public life, unit, utiles
some more adequate explanation (ban
has now been oll'cred Is made, measures
should be taken for the Impeachment ol'
Its author. It Is proved that
Gen. Itabeoek was the associate ol'
scoundrels. ' lie was the In
tlmate liieiid ol those who composed the
Shepherd ilng In Washington, and he
was the intimate Iriend of those who ecu
stltuted the whisky ring at St. LouN.
That thu President should
ehooe a man for the secretary who lliuts
congenial associates among two distinct
sets ot'eiiuilnals,;siows the ta'tes and the
tendencies of that olllelal In a maimer too
plain to be mistaken. That he should re
store such a man to olllco alter a vlndlca.
tlou which went no further than to declare
It had not been proved that he kuowingh
participated In clinics he aided, seems tin
possible or would have seemed so under
any previous administration the country
. . . o "
MARD1 GRAS IN NEW ORLEANS.
More l!i:in One Side li (lie Picture
Ileyond tliellceuse forconiiealily,Mardi
tiras, in tiioso cities wneru it is ccicmu
ted in full, nlfords spectacles of the grand
and lieautllui unrivaled ly oilier displays,
In tlay.s gone by, the Crescent City wu
I'aiiioiH lor the uiaguilieeiil parailu ami
tableaux ot this day. It was once our
privilege to.see one of the lltiesl of these
the processional tableaux tvprc- ntlng
Spencer's I'niry (Jiieeu. IVords can
not convey any Idea of the im
pressions given by tliu scene which,
through thu daik night, llahed along
like pictures In eloudland, IlluinlnaU'd
bv light streaming lrom far above. For
instance, hi the tableau ol'St. George and
the Dragon, stilijeet much the same as In
the usual tiletuiu. the eouestllait figure
was niinsal. tliu dragon snorting lire
it Inlm-vid. and iiltogctlicr 11
imiieared as an Ideal, yet life-
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inspired, group. niu pimmim
upon which ll was uispiaycu "i"
very large: on each side marched
ranks ot negroes carrying torches, with
rclleetors on the side oppo-ito thu tab
leau, upon ivnich nil the doubly concen
trated light was thrown. This arrange
ment produced a llueelleet, since It threw
the surroundings Into darkness, while
the pictures slowly moved along hi the
sti earn of light. No tableaux of the thea
ter, though perhaps more elaborate, can
produce the strange effect of these mov
ing scenes. It will long bo remembered
by us as onu of the great spectacles of a
Tho elleet officii pictures can not hut
he exhllcratlng to the illumination, and
when they represent all thu virtues In bn
Hi'iii rleinieli '"" his pa
geant of the fairy quc.cn, wo ni.iy also
allliin that they encourage love and ad
miration for those beauties which
they personify, qulle as much as dry
liouillles on such subjects would. If there
is aught of uood in the sublime ami beau
tiful, the Maidi Gras could well have 1 alt I
claim to it.
The. display is very costly; so much so,
Indeed, that the waning fortunes of tho
Crescent t'lty no longer admit of Its cel
ebration with the old inagullleeiice. This
is a pity, for It is not wealth alone that Is
requisite to carry out the pageant. Tho
Northern cities might have the funds but
their people not being accustomed to Mich
shows, they have not thu time or talent to
nrravge them cll'eellvel v. Tho votaries of
(.ouiii require an education even as tin
nctor does. In New Orleans the tiniest
urchin can tilek hhnsell nut hi grnteqiie
costume and strut in such n way a; to
make his tatterdemalion outfit ellcctlve.
but those not used to the putting on of
nia-nsare i;epi in nouiids nv an awkwatd
IJ'iw IIiiKcn nml 1'i'liicisi i, c.
(.lullll Paul ill llm NV Yolk Tlll)Uhl)
As for thu noble swells themselves,
from what I've seen of them (though per
haps one can very llttlo judge of what
people actually are by simply meeting
them in court circles, and the glare of
fashionable drawing-room) I should say
uiey aro not a nan lot, generally speau
lug, ami that In the main they are well
behaved, less given to putting on trills
than one would suppose, considering nil
thu Ins made over them. Their houses,
a a lute, are not ut all the palaces
winch mi ardent rcputiiican iniagl
nation pictures. The Duke of Mnrlbo
rough's doesn't begin with the liou-u 1
had in Brooklyn, t'he bishop of Brook
lyn's) residence would put the bishop of
.oiKioii s to i lie uiusii, wero ine
brick of tho latter not so dingy that It
red Is Invisible brown. The Duke of
Norfolk's townhoiisc you would Inven
tory as but a cheap boardlng-houso In
passing It cordially by. Apley House,
laiuoiis for thu Waterloo banquets given
there hi the Duke of Wellington's time
t bloody good dinners they ought to have
been). Is a sort ol'sarcopliagiisexternally,
and I would about as soon think of
trying to bu Jolly in the British
Museum, among the Abyssinian antiqui
ties. Kcii Buckingham palace, wheie
tho blessed (jiucn eats her royal mutton,
has no point of architectural beauty to
hang u recollection on. Marlborough
house, Wales wigwam (whal you can
seo of It), has a Jollier lace, and pa-sing
by It thu other day I saw "ieh Dion"
written on tho gale. Supposing this,
meant that the nrluce was at dinner, I
didn't go hi to dlstuib him ; but I have
since learned (thu newspapers let it out
once In a while) that he was mid Is In
India. Wales, by tho way, seems a great
favoiito with the people, notwithstand
ing that he owes something more than u
half million pounds. He is a good fel
low and spends Ids money freely they
say. And '.hero Is not one of Ids specially
apnolnted wig-makers or pandowdy
baliers probably who would lefiiso eveii
now to trust him. But the Duke ol
Kdliiburgh, who i bad suppncd was
anchored deeply In the popular heart,
has no hold theio ut all. As the "Sallor
Prluee," u majestic tar, he was once
hi excellent odor; but now that they have
him on shore the savor Is less sweet In
the no-tills of thb commonalty, mid they
accuse him of being "mean" parttmoiit
ous hi his mode ot life. Ct rtalnly he
conies of thrlliy parentage niimigli, the
private fortune of the queen mother, ac
cumulated by saving, being estimated at
soinu millions of pounds fjiir or live, I
Hunk. With Ibis money on baud, and
i'inplryln;r viivliltle of II In lui-lnr
one would think Hie good lady might
dower oil her ilaiiyhlenisnecaslnu mnken
necessary, without eaiiing on the nallon
to do it,
AN ILLINOIS FUED.
HIllOll.V AIIV.IV HUH I'InIiiIm, Hlilvtsi
("pedal In Hie -I I-ails 111 inilillcm.)
Mot-NT Vimxn.S'. III.. March 1. A
bloody row occurred about noon Ih.iImv
on the platform of the railroad depot lit
vtoodlawn, live miles wesl ol (ids elly.
A dllllcullv had taken idnee last iiIl'Ii
between fleniv l.'niiliels nnd several
brothers named Mil Oliver, the elder
of the bovs. met l.'iinuel at tin; deiiot to.
ilay, and struck him with u slung Mint,
iiiiuring liiin sivcreiy. no was
about following up the blows'wheti a
lileiulol Kuuuels, named .lohu II, Nix,
went to hi assltat, In thu liglit that
ensued Nix shot Sollls Ihrougli tlie
shoulder. A younger brother of Oliver
then ran up toward Mx with a drawn
knife, when the tatter emptied the re
maluder of lit barrels mum him.
Tho excitement eaiid by the nf-
fairwas very gu,.t. t'p to (Ids willing
Nix has not been arrested. None of the
wounds Inllieled ure likely to prove
m i uiiMyiiiuiumiiffMaHii-.i.fi!i
Tho Pcoplo's Romody.
ThoUnivorsnl ruin Ext nctor.
Noto! Ask for Poml'a Extract.
Tiiko no otUur.
'Iliur. fori will eliiuli of
Injuries to Mini or Ilra'ta,
.Slfiihis, hpndm, C'oiiln-
rrncliii-os, l iiin, Iicera
ttd nr Iiiclscil WiiuiiiN
Illeeillui; I.ungii, or
,Vom Itli-cd, ami lllil-
ln (tiuin or 'I'tttli
Moody 1)1 charges,
l'lltw - llk-clhiit riten,
IIIIihI I'llw, (Iiit'ullllilo )
HI" Illlllll, IllKlllllll-
tic Swelling or Son n.i,
Sliiriiii4 or oreii"i,
Mire Thi'tiiii urUiilnnv.
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Sore or IiiII.uih-1 Kyc or
I Dlarrlica, Dysentery.
Won. .'.'fppli's, InilaiiH'il
Tint I'iliifnl or too l'rohiii-
.Ultlt !.-. Ovurlan DU
eaii nml 'l'linwiri.
REMEDY ...,;mvi'' ml Stne-iinry.
nciritu t, (.,1111I;H im, Kvcf)r)u.
I lions ur miauls, or
'InrlrtiMfs Vi-Iiih, lln-
I l.irKeilorliillanud Vclna
itflfcrN, olil holes, Inter
ricrmTiTVT A T ..,,l0r,, Swelling.
IJNTLiivJXAL foruftiuil llunloiia, Clml-
ml or heel.
Ttr-n iiiiiiii ts.iiiirii or
ugxi, iim (inns.
eion or W hitlow, Krost
id I.lintis or l'aiti.
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lilt tlnl'-irlsli, I'hVi Iri.iM.I. iiml
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one renilttance; or, six copies for j'io 00,
witlimu cxlia cojiyj postage tree.
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In neat cloth blading, will bo scat by ex
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Ailiress IIAUI'IIU HltOTHKHS. N. V
O'CALLAIIAN & HALL,
Rooflngaud Guttorlng a Specialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty in
riiiy part of Southom
LiKlitninB IodH, PumpB, Stovos
JobbiuU Promptly Dona.
23y-Groat Modioal Boolr
mid Sectels for Ladles ami (ieilts. bent flee for
two staiiiiis, AddiiKi,
vf. .iu.Sl'.l'll .M;)CAI.INhTITU.'n:
lO-lj-lly, fi. JuMpli Mo,
G0Q1 EM SMOKERS' I
WMW - O
pivV;r!!iSnm,.7'S?irilif;ri'.!J.,!,'il ".".i00'1 "Clitiiriuivoti would wlHhtOAinokoro
Y.1 V,'n'"'l' 'viTyliodv iiioUi-d them. Diitlnir tint war itold went nidoilOO
nun uicnui wmii mi lucoiillni'lv. n.ilii n-.
Xr.m.y.!!:H..t',.,".r.. " "fe
n .ed..lo;,'i:;h.ono; IWdinVuHlmmed't'oTnil1 K Lellt cllX"11'"'
, (lliemamir.iclurcrihy llio nsn .ifpatmhil M.uIiIik ry niermiM..! to make tin- ahuw n Idiratnl
i iK-irnt iii-osl ill iv;r -m wii r cuill, lh:iii
I i . ; ; r .1 i . I""
I Uar fur out-) wc j'ae N loit-iur ili.iu .
WARRASKfl O&n CLSAR HAVANA
I l.c- niaiiiirm hiii is li-.;niriilliitr the l.ict lliat llic majorlly .,r Hunkers pre fi r In Uty their CIkum in
lm leidlluMi, li:H. i...plHt lieiil.iu.,1 hunrlnirilie nt.iL.i It), lo-l.ad .il tl- liilnnrltv (u, Ims
I..ii tliu nilc, ,lv -.lllni-ii -liile lirai- tlie,..i nten. Ille, (en. Illll, r il l..
lly n.iiilnl iil- n sIiikIo iicei.ry In n elly. Ilie c.iin i, li.it.. tin lr l.u ilne. i,, ili Ir In- nml
ei..iim, iiml Uirp iii ll.e ijiuillly i.r llm t l-ur, I ir Ilie liinlii.il inliiiitiiKiil llmiiK llirmn.
siiiiii m, ami llieirnxeiil-.
CJivo tJioxn a Trial and "bo Convinced.
Sole Agents, Cairo, Ills.
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
I. PAEKFBAKER & SON,
In Oonsecjuence of their Deder
mination to Quit
ness, will Close their Entire Stock
oi goods AT COST. We are in
earnest No Advertisme Dodee
G-ive us a call and astonish your
sen now iiow
Bought, and what Enormous pro
Sits there are in Clothing.
F. M. STOCEFLETH,
Importor and Wholesale Dealer in
Win asid ILiquors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koops a full stock of
Mouonp:alioln,Ryo and llobinaoii CouuLy
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
ONLY $1.23 A YEAR.
GrOOfl BoolCR 'Ai-rinwly "in!
"Vuw -J'--ivc.((r i,,,,,,. ni.n,iin.
Ill.'l'lie.liillld lenll) :ili..ili'e iilllll,. .s, K ill 111,.
li:il. I'm- irlieii:iineil. llliiiler'M(iuMi'iiiii Ti up.
Irtl-Hroiiiiwiiliiu, nil ulmiit lilllillii', tnihiiliiK.
IIhIiiui;, mlklnif mill., .Ve., ; ii ii:ii;e unly
ii-llnlil work, only Jii'tt, 'I rlrka nnd imi.-t i'i
Ameriei, 11 ei,niiIitrextiOMujr the iloln-s ut
overy hh Iudler, (iuel;, nut liuiiilni In Aim il
ea. .Near III) .i,, uiiiiiIiih list if l.imdiedHiir
BwlndleM. It will "i.nt jnii" and sine 1. ,11
iMSll.only 2.".eH. Tlie Ventlilnllli'a Milite, nr
Iiow lii Ii-iiii U'litrilo'iul-ni. run InstiiK timm
exaiiliilei, aiieedole-f, iiNii luiw tu nuke the
wlilsllc lolnillntu all I1I11U mid lieusts, only
tenn. Artiif tmlnhitf nml liie.il.liia Ihhhh, nl
KOllieeoiniiletu lioreu iliirliir. A Luxe iiilnii,
bimk, nnd the livst ever Is ue., nir lli iip ,
every I'.irincr iihsIs It, only -i, ceiiti. Alt iind
etiquette of iniiUtiK Inn- All ulxiiit It, Iiow to
"iiiii,, aiiieerylliliiL'e... 17H jii. only ;Wct
M.iylcMiidul.iisy. Huh t, iliinlltilckslnlnl
cerderiueln, Lest Imol. on suljei l, unlj ju eentrt
fecieUol'line IJ'. pp. elegant eliiunio rater only
.'iU eentn. Any book dint in eon Keelpt ofin In
falalojilies lue. Addresn nil iirderi lollieold
estnlillslied liolieofllLM'i:it A CO., Hinsdale,
HAW! HAW! HAW ! fu",1",,,"1,!
W '"'"rln'n. Kweir, Kwalnt, ICimilu,
l.laatlc! IliibU r 1 ni ei l.neli one will make li
ullleicnt laien, and oil, 80 Innnv I i;imtet 1I1I112
everniade .lii.t llietliln lur liolldays. One
will umiilsc :i wlmle town. 7 klmls ; inillul
Inv lor only li."n ent each, a for l. .send lor
onenii. "(.insli and grow lit." WondeilUl
MiikIi; I Inp r I A mystery Indmt I Vim ran
ulloklt tlir-jii(ili hat unit )et niHke no hole ! ' l is
I US I ill!l. Kit I Only ii.'. eentu, A for $1,
lunUuf roinlnlilli, lovuiiukhiK raiila, t'ortiini!
telllnj; eauU, kiniH, each In nealeate 'lUvtu
nie tlie beat eanUever iiiadeiind uveiy jniinir
iiernuim uitii IIkiii lo enjoy tl.oe loii- even
UiK till rout ht Kirk, ft for 7.1 rents. ?end
lor them and hale fun Willi thu iclrs I 'I lie little
lllrt or liuiKUaj.-eor love, will take with the
(jlrU. Only I4iculi. All about roinllnj.', ruie
lor love, Ac. Only lf lent. l.oer' telegraph.
Needid by eveiy lour. Oulv W renin All
nboveaie elegantly illllinliialnl. Sent lue for
price, lo.oi 11 Imokn for mte Catiiloauu fuc.
Addie lit'S'l Hit A CO., Hinsdale, .N, II,
S-S lUwll-(.lAI) '
l'AINT AMI OII.M.
Blake c& Co-
B. F. PARKER,
t?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Papor, Window GIbbo, Win
dow ShndOB, &o.
Always on hand, the celebrated illuminating
AUllOltA OI Ii.
X3X-OIW9' Xlxi IXcllxap;,
Corner Elovontli Otreot imd Wanhlu'f
i' eeijalii oxt; ntVio tliS ndvuncedHt Z
i.lfi, r Mmnift iimiiiii piodurea clKarnf
- . i .. tV. ...
""' uisinni j -l inker- Willi il ci iHTinr i itiii
FILLED CIC-AR FOR FIVE CEK
the Clothins Busi
our u-oocls were
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
Tllfi BEST and CHEAPEST Wit OON MAN
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Stroot
SIXTH STREET, Dotwoon OniO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures Ilia own Horoo SliooaanU
can Assure Oooct Work.
I.. II, Akix, Calm.
II. K. Akin t'ldnii',,
X. '). Akin. & Co.
Harness ! Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
105 Commercial Avonuc, . - - CAIHO, IIXS.
..Wa"!""0 ""V IlilT ll with their ulrou.ie
H II Ind 11 riiiiiplelellneofKOudi Ironi Uhuhnj
Wlecljiilbollom pifivs. I'l-ll-wly,
Leading; Journal of Southern
r-3FS c tin urn?
WllUteadlaitly ojiiio-c tlie pollclc of th
Iti'iitilillc&n party, ami refund to be tram
mellcU 1-7 the itlctatlonof any cIUjuo In the
It bcitcvcH that tliu ltcpubllcan party fiat
fuliilled 1U uiiiaion, and that tliu Dlino
cratlc party ai now orgaulzcd (lioulu t c re
stored to power.
It believes tlio Kadlcal tyanny tbat tio
for tcvcral ycurit opprraneil tlie k'ontl)
Miould be ovcrtlitown and the people cl ill
Soutbcrn .States permitted to control then
ft believes that railroad corporation
nhoutd bo prohibited by leKlnlatlve rcarti
nicntit from extorting and unjustly discrim
inating In their buslncas transactions wllli
It recognizes the equality of all men
fore, the law.
It udvocatco frco commerce, tarltl ot
It advocates reminipllon of upocto pay
ment, ami lioncut payment of tbo public
It advocates economy in the admlnlntia
tlon ol public nllulri
AS A NEWSPAPER
The llnllelln will publMi all the loc.11 news
(if Cairo, and a variety ot Commercial, io
lltlcal, I'nrelu and (Icneral Now, am! en
deavor to plutixc nil tithte-i ami liiturest 11I1
T II K
Is a tblrly-two column papor, turnblicil lo
tdibfcciihori) for the low price of
$1 25 PER TEAR,
1'ont'iKC prepaid. It U Ibo cbcapcfct paper
In tho Went, and Is 11 pleasing Klrofido
Visitor and Family Companion.
Cannot fall to ico tho ut'Ualcd Induce,
moiite oU'cred by Tho llullotln In tbo way
ol cheap and urontable advcrtliemcnte.