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Th k brfll ol looker Ktrf l liriprov
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Hi ll Called 'Gotlfov tlie grabber""
Orthls. "1 - '
vass will uot be stormy om.
TnK citizen of Murpliygboro propose
to cclebrtW the FourtU lo a becoming
lliRr, tfio witness against Kerr, now
says that he never wild "there wa any
money to the matter." ,
MbsT WoodhCi l is for Coiiklinar,
Beeclior for Morton and Tllton for Klainc.
Mrs. T. Is still for Bwcher.
rKKsiDKM Grant may carry off the
CinciaruitlrrpnilnatioTi'yet: Taft U also
mentioned as the "black horse."
Thk aenale is without a quorum and
will be fr alcwdaya. Th Republican
senators are nearly all at Cincinnati.
Gkx. Bants, the not-headed denouncer
f OpnTliorkl;ias j)M-t appoihtoO
and conflrniU aA- tafj- t A ttitU
tory of Utah.
Tns remains of the laWlIou. Samuel
K. Casey,, of. Jlt.A'artiOB.'wert dialrt-
terrcd on the 23d ult., anUjremovcd from
Union toSalcm cemetery.
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Fkom the 10th of May :toflhe 10th ot
.June, the first month ol the Centennial
exhibition, the number ptvjsitorswer
upwards of one m iltton.i i -
Mr. Jamks DriFVOf Nr-York ia the
owner of a throat. ' He attempted to cut
it a lew days ago, and wasrwnt to prison
six montMldt tbe atftBiflJ j) V H !
" Cj ; .:-
It is rumorrd at Ctnelnnati that Conk
ling men are maktug owtwes : to .-Mor
ton men to unite upon Hamilton Fish aa
Republican candidate." Anything to beat
Blaine 1 -" - -.-VK. -"
Caldwell has telegraphed from Lon
don to hi arent in Washington that tlte
Knott telegram is genuine. It it is, both
Caldwell and Blaine will have to vouch
safe more explanations.
The Republican reform club of Chicago
will tend a delegation ot one hundred
prominent citizens to Cinninnatl to
"demand" the nomination of such a man
aa Brlstow or VYashbnrue.
UlsrtG. Cartt.r, Ea4., of Pulaski
county, Is a candidate lor the general as
eembly in the Mound City senatorial dis
trict., Mr. Carter was a presidential eleo
OfR readers may be pleased to learn
that tho county canvass will le made
lively this (all by the presence of Justus
Cunningham iu it. He announces Ids in
tention to be a candidate lor State's attor
ney. . " .
Passenger raw on the Pennsylvania
Central railroad continue to go down.
Yesterday the rates were reduced to four
teen dollars iroui Chicago to New York.
From Cincinnati twelve dollars, aud cor
responding rates lrom all points West
Thk bill authorizing the iiaiie of $10,
000,000 BllVer lu exchange for that
amount ot legal tenders passed the house
on Friday last. It will undoubtedly pass
the senate. This measure will obviate
the small change limine. -! '
Gen. Hancock may come, lu as the
successful man at St. Louis.. lie U one
of the ablest men in the country. A pro
feuional soldier, he respects the civil
power, and has earned the hatred of the
Itepubllcans by placing the law above
the bayonet. - . , j,
Hon. William II autzell gives notice
that all young nteu in thi congressional
district, between Uie age of fourteen and
eighteen years, may enter into a competi
tive examination for a cadet midship
mauhip at Annapolis, Maryland. The
examing board will be Hon. A. 1.IM,
Dr. Robt. Allyn and Dr. Jobii O'lTara,
and theccntest will take place at Carbon-
dale, a the 24th Inst.
llox. Robt. G. JQ'ou, UiU State,
will nominate Blaine In the Cincinnati
convention. Mr, lugmoll Is one f the
most eloquent of men, and will do the
task set apartjp tun" whjft abUit, Mr.
jngersou lia, with a touch of blasphemy
declared that an UotwV God U the i no-
iiesi work of man. We tear he will uot
be able to boast, If he should succeed in
nominating Mr Blaine, that an houest
president is the noutet work of Inger
HOU. . ,
A conflict of autliuriiy ha occurred
between the Centennial coiuuiilojurs
ana trie l entennlal board of flume
The diapate Involves the question wbMh
er tno eomiuiMiioners eaa compel the
board to pay salaries to the president
and oiuer officer of Die commissioner'
board, aud whether this board baa the
power to appoint the necetry police
forotor ' to tlx IU compeutnatlofu . The
niiaitetal board contend that as It
U eurua4 with 'th montyjand
Its president - and treasurer ai
under lieavybontk for IU proper exiKsn
diture that It should have absolute con
trol or the funds. Kmlauaut lawyer, in
cludlnf Cliarh-s O'Conor, have been
oouaulted ana tueu opinion it that the
board of lluauce ia right La iu refusal to
pay atbtrlcs to the president and other
offloere of the commUsloa, and In asert
Inr the right of the board of commission
era to appoint too pohce force
Tilt rOMIRERNIOXAI. DISTRICT.
When lion, William HarU: .I came out
ol the, canvass In this congressional dis
trict In 171 with his large majority, the
lrmnoraU and Vtillbicans were nllKB
astonished. The 1 etnocraH attributed
th nir4-rjsiug resulto . n tliurge. jn pub
lic sxntimcnt, and the llquibllcans to np
athy In the ranks of their party to a
lack ot organization. The iKMnocrats
were right In their belief .that public sen.
timent had changed'' against the Kcpub.
lican party, and the Hrmllioiu
wire not altouhsr mUUikcu ,-when
they attributed theMarge Ihiniotratlclna-
Jority of the district to Republican apathy
resulting in laCk organization, ji is
true that many, dhw-atistiert; IttptiWlrati
voted for Mr. UaHH and It'iJ also ,'truj
that Mr. ClcmeuU Waa not aided in jliia
cauvass by any pefsuii.Tlvcii Mr. Pan
Munn ran out ol the district to give N.'tia
tor Carpentir a helping hand in Wicon
tin. ?.., .-y
Xow, : it fl it just r J-OSi blf that
Uie Ciust tti.it i ! operate I m
favor i of A'-'tho f Doiooi-rats lit
174 iuay make them -very ebtilmVnl this
fall, and the eauf t that operated to tie-
feat the Republican in that year may
make them very diligent ; and it U not
n umvasonnble te;ir tthat 'TMin'cnU(i
confidence and llcpublkan dlligri. In
combination may result in Ieineralie
defeat. Already the liail'ected l.'epult
licans are getting back into Ihu. Ilu-pub-
lican partr Jtakc,.i).r liJ ancc,. vmun
oounty. In Union, Mr. JIartzell ob
tained 1,100 majority. This majority re
sulted 'from tfc ,diwffittbn bl leh.
lJepubRcahTas GoV OougTiert j1 uhd ?lr.
Jetl'erson Frick. Gov. Dougherty has re
turned to thti UeUiUiuAiw ptuty, aJi 1 iU'.
Friok is seeking the ' B I'C J ifuoiiilri.ifloiri
for congress. In Jtandi 4"itlf
nnmbor of Kepublicaub vot d loi- lr.
llartzelltheireighbor. ,Th4t t y wlll
do so aaia IB llils preeideuL.alvClecUon
year we do not believe. In Alexander a
number of Republicans voted for
Mfv llartzell becauta .they did
not like Messrs. 11 Xuxru', X'opa
aud McKeui'."? lot oftbesc.tnll rftm
to their party this Talh milimjr;-tlie
Hadicals will be strengthened. Now, if
Democratic over-confidence growing out
ol the easy victory of 1S74, thull lo'luco
the party to fiflit without, energy. In Ua
pproaohiug canvau. defeat may awaken.
ns to the fact that there ft in politics, as
In other affairs many a slip betwixt the
cup and tlitf' Hp! Wli'efftf ore we" appeal
to Uie Democrats to awTaken to a realiz
ing sense of the ifanger3 before ihem.'and
make realy to enter the canvats Ix.liev
ing that succes is possible but not as-
ured. " ' ';.!
oik wxmt lotsu rsjiDTiiairrn.
We publish on the first page ol the
Bulletin a nice little story, which we
commend to the attention of our young
readers and of not a few of the "old
boyR" who dally peruee thete. columns.
The little story to which we call atten
tion enforces the duty ol sui-iiiy. e are
sure there are not a lew people in 'alro
who need to hare this duty called to their
We know, and Ih'oiirminrtVryp,--!!-
ratio, they stand in all their .sprighUi
iiess, several young fellows who wwtld lo
well to take the good advice of tliU little
story and not suuatider their nickles.
These young iueii have very little5 hjter
est In the busiiiessea upon which they are
entering for life. They follow the occupa
tions in which they are compelled to
work without enthusiasms They do
their every day work t itb the air of ier-
sons who are "putting In ttmc.'V Tliey
drone at their labor. With most eager
eyes they watch ttte hands upon the dial
aud count the moments with impatience.
After supper, drested in "loud"
style in raiment that indicates
the swell they enter uiion ilie
business of the day. They call upon Uie
ladies for a few hours, and then hegiu to
play pool and Sancho-Pcdro with great
vigor, while they dbpo-e of not a few
drinks of "Various klnd. iw wkr,
please), and a half dozen cigars each.
Now, be it knowu, that pool U a de
ceitful game, costly to Uie player ; and bu
itaUo known that Saiielm-IVdro, with
aix in tho game, will derrlvn thfl yry
elect aud take money from the purse of
the most tkillful j tier ; ami be i( ulsy
known Uiat wh'uky, wine and bei e are
not furnhed without the laying down
ol money, hr the wrg-'rU tMJ cliaUv
tliose, and I'll call iu( audettle'with the
capuiu in a aay or twu.
The cou6eiuenafc'l-, jun jfoiiig in(i-
the young genrjeoaeu h ate at thi
present moment hi our mind's ye, Hora
tio spend all the money they make, and
more too. They are always In duLL al
ways are complaining about InHiifticinnt
salaries, aud ars pesta ot the wont kind.
Neither of thin,lf "he vew tutwoiiw
siuk would, have a dollar to ' niy for
medicine, and if ho were "to die U yuuld
uot be burled la a seventy-Jivu cent cef
flu paid for with. his, own yioney. ; -( '
The names f the young gcnUuiueu to
wiiomwe have referred aim are - iiut,
upon reflectldn'," WCwIll' hof give 'the
names. ,1Cach 'of ur.. readers kLows
them. Each of our reader cran pf)hit
every one ot them ontwrtth unerring cer-
tandvThej alkdiye iilthe eanic uare
w ith i txh ol oar vi-iidVr for, these youug
men are everywhere In the.e evil' days oJ
spendthrift extravagance. . m- f.
k . r . f
JI BUK OKICW ABITllEKKATOU-
Our correspondent, "Amicus," taking
foraWxtapaxgrai.hin wukh m copied
Iroui the MurphysDo.-o JndtpencU nt the
statement that Judge .WUlUuu II, Oreen
ot thU tlty would go before the sena
torial di.triet eouventioit as a ciiididute
lor senator. Intimates that.tn making this
stuteuicnt even as '-hearsay evideuee,"
we have done Judge Green u wrong.
"Amlout seems to believe that we have
hinted that Judge Greeu, after aiding In
the appolutoteiit ol .. iue . delegatioii
from this 1 county, will indue
iue delegation to pres Li
claim lor tho - senatorial noiuiuatlon.
We luteuded to bint no such thing, lit.
deed we do not know that the Judge In-
f , i . vmiltifo. Wrt have never
. t.t- ii.'h hJ i.t."LtAn
, I 7
finnl and hive not
heard liny tneHay to
that heard hhn say eo.; tVe rcma.rkcd,
in tfie briel comment w1 made upon the
lnJrpfmhnts't assertion, that the .ludgc
wouU,w had u UvuU,aoceyUhii Jioun.-,
nation for senator. We have yet no
doubt that this Is true."" There Is ndwa
very bitter contest going on
in Jackson county .bclWeen Mostrs.
Albright and Mayham, ' and a
lively contest in Union between Col.
Tow mil and Mr. Albright. Il these, con
tests should develop, the fact that it
would bo 1 nusafe--dangcrou3 .to Demo
cratic ffltpectationf lit this district to
lnjminutothenian selected by Jackpon,
lor Instance, and Union sliould say to
Judge Green : "Conic, now, Iw the peace
maker; accept the nomination, which
Alexander and Union can give to you,'
would not the Judge accept? lie is too
nine!) -f a 'patriot to relume a nomination
under such clrr.imstancos. He would no
-lou'A, In sn h an exlpMicy, take upon
htt shoulders fl.o buitlcn of the canva vt,
and maki nutters Interesting in thisp:irt
of the Htato. This l what w o meant when
we said : "The Judc, wc have no doubt,
would accept the nomination.' We
know that Judge Green would sacrifice
much by doing so, but still we believe he
would not hesitate, lb: lias a large law
practice is the attorney of the Illinois
Central and is almost constantly on the
circuit but to save his party trotn tliedan
gersof a war w ithin the rauks he w ould
surely make the sacrifice of business that
would b. required tt him in the accept-!
ance ot the. senatorship troin this district.
1. rs. Since w riting the above w c hav
lia li a ouver.salion with Judge Grtcn
upon thi sulj-trelaind to 1n tho arti
cle, J He iititUonzcs : d V bay that tia re
i not a wftrtl of truth tn tho report that
he has even thought of being a candidate
for senator in any exigency. lie says
with emphasis, that he could not be in
duced at this time to accept a nomina
tion for that or.any other oilier,
-'"' " XO T A ll f IJE . 'r
The Chisago Tim? complains that the
city council of Chicago is hampered by
certain absurd rules of its own making
'Still more niiai-heviouf ,..say the Tints,
rule 40, w hich: gives to any ro, alder
men Ihe power to further cbstruct pn-
gresi' by I d (erring actiou i upon
the renort of a committee until a sub
sequent sitting.". This may be one of the
rules ot the Chicago council, but It is also
a charter provision aid the revocation of
the rule would not take lrom any two
members the right to require the report
of a committee to lay over until the next
stated meeting. It happens that at tliis
time the Tim's lias a council ttiat agrees
with IU ideas of public policy, and
it is thereforr anxious to have all the
propositions of the majority crowded
through: but that paiier may lie con
vinced aometiiue, when -Chicago htusau
evil-dispoH-d council, that the charter
provision to which objection is made i
wise. It is an impediment iu the way of
hasty legislation, aud hasty legislation is
tiii unmixed evil.
' 1 XVI III Ti ll KMC Ilii.
-; The Democratic convention of Massac
f onnfy, held on Satnnlay hst, instructed
tho delegates, from ihtt county l the
State convention to vote for Judge Wil
liam II, Green as the Democratic can li
dat for Governor. 'Thicisa high com.
pliment ftom the Judge's old neighbors,
1 he New ork Herald believes Lhat
Bayard may be the Democratic , black;
horse that Will Win at St. Louis.
J u ilff' H'm. It. irorii ami Uie fc-iialor
tniron Bci;.eii : I observe in this
morning's Issue of the IU li.etin the fol
lowing: . "The M urphysboro Irnhpemlent
of thelOth inst., sayc 'We understand
that Judge William II. Green, of Cairo,
will go before the Dcinucralic. senatorial
convention as u candjjate lor senator
from this district.' We have had this in
formation alio, but do ' not know that It
is reliable." We- have no doubt that Jud"c
Giixu w ould accept the nomination, and
probably Mr. Albright will withdraw in
Now, Mr. hdifor, I must, aa a neigh-
uor aun iriemi ot .nidge (jrcen, protest
iguiuat llw ' iuferciice that .would aud
mllit ; Justly be drawn from , the
aJiuiie jiarajraph. I cauno; nuruiii the
idea, lor a tomneht, lhat h U a fmnllt
uuudiilato before the con.ention; and,
unless jic , .s , wholly kvoid of
that 'high -sciiso'. ol honor
""rriciy miiicii i iiuto alwavs ac-
coi de l to him, he could not, for a mo
ment, think of accepting the nomination
if it wrrr tendered him. Surely, the Ui l
. i . ...
wi loigonen me iaet, tliat tlie
Jud' himself was one ft Uie cfcrnmlttee
whi fctlected the delegates to tho sens
tomi convention fr tins county. Hoes
tin bi u.tn.s .iippo.se that ii woulJ a-
rrpt uomlmttou at llto hands , vt Ut le
gate selected by himself ? I opine that
Would savor somewhat of a Judge pre
siding In lus owu ease. Judge Greeu. I
(ake.it, is the last man that would resort
to euoh' Irauspurent and contemptible
truicry lature hl"i,u- nomination
Th:it, of course; Is not his mode of ojwrat-
ing B3 weH know, He T a bold, Hank,
ouiapoken genUeuMio, wlio, w hen he has
anything to aecomjilirh. gm-s at it di.
rectly; '.He would tptirn the uecumplish
meat of aii politieul cud by indirect
oi t overt maiu, It the Jiidgdrdetlr. d
thei.fB.ia t,f nabtr.i he 'woidd 'loiiic
out boldly and declare himself a candi
dute aud thereby submit hi claims to
the voters ot the district, that they might
be canvassed - in -ouiicrl!on with the
claims of oUusr genilemeu v, ho ai-plre to
the otllce. He Is the lat man who would
withhold his candidacy from the people
and rely upon manipulating the delegates
in convention lor a nomination. Agalu,
I protest again-1 the yry unjust position
In which the above paragraph placet the
Judge. ; , Amu i j.
Ibih t'oNvKi soional DiiTmcr.
Notice is hereby given to all young
men between the aj't-s of fourteen ami
eighteen fears, resiiling in the 18th ;con-1 1
crejsiona dlatrlet of IllinoU, thati iconi-l
. .. . ,...,..,- . lMfkl - ' fl
Peuve examinaunu m in- ..e.u v v .r-
bo n dale, Illinois, on Saturday. June 24th,
l7fl. for the purpose oi selecting a endct
midshipman lor the Naval Academy at
Annapolis, Maryland. The examination
will be held before n board composed of
Hon. A. D. Dnft, Dr. Roticrt Allyn nnd
Dr. JohnO'Hara, of Carbondalc, Illinois,
whose decision w ill control me In, Muak-
Ins th annointment. Candidate! must
be physically sound, well formed nnd ol
Wlt LtAM Hahtzkm., '
June 1st, 1S7C. M. C. ISth Dis. Ilia.
Sudden and Serious Prostration
of the Ex-Speaker,
WHILE ON HIS WAY TO CHURCH
IS STRICKEN DOWN WITH
J.trt t'oncerntug-'llli t'intltlon.
!r. Ulnine x !!lie.
Wasiiinctox, June 11. This morning
a short time belore 11 o'clock, ex-Speaker
Maine left his rc?idein-e in company with
Mrs. Maine, and slowly walked to the
Congregational church, about three
fourths ot a tuile from their home. Jut
03 they reached the church he complained
of H vere pain In th ; head and dizziness,
at the - auic time placed his hand upon
his head. Knt- .ing the vestibule he was
So overcame" by sutl hli- Jlhtcts' that Jle
cane near Lining, out. mis was jn
veiled. He was assisted to" a seat on the
tteps, when lie exclaimed: "un, my
pain !' A conveyance having been pro
ennd.'Mrs.' Blaine riffurned' with hkn
home, he theu being nncofilciiErtis.' ' '
A bed was brought into the frout par
lor, on which lie waylaid, nnd a meswfi
gerscntor Burgeon-Gen. Bornca'and
Drs. Eliss, Cox, Verdi and Tope. They
soon appeared, and lost " no time hi cup
ping the spiue and resorting to the tin
counter Irritant and renoU-tntu tnnmv
From 11 o'clock till 4 iu the afternoon
Mr. Maine lay unconscious, breathing ir
regularly, hU wife and physicians and
other friends remaining nt his bedside all
t lie time. '
l'hysicians said Mr. lilainc was aulfer-
mg liytxT-exciteineiit oi me orain anu
nirvoiu eysteui, uocrinduocd by re
cent events in which he was a prominent
actor. Besides, the svmntoms were ag
gravated by the weather, which to-day
It will lc recoiieeteti mat several
weeks hl'o Mr. JJlame was cuntined to
the lioute soma days by a blow type ot
malarial lexer, but lm apjieareU before the
sub-iudiciarv committee, wtio . were in-
vestiiratius the charges against him be
fore he had fully recovered lrom uie ef
fect of that disease. J ins, witti excite
mmt on his nart. both before tuc com
mittee and in the house, the largo num
ber of person daily in conference with
biin and his attention to extensive cor
respondence, including very many tele
grams from all part of the country, es
pecially during the past week, the loss of
rest and other rouses, produced tho
train ution his mind that caused fits sud
di-n illnes.- to-dav.
N eretary lmsU..cajl'.xL.WuV' unless,
as did also Secretaries r i.-n, Kotit-son,
I handler. I'ostinaster-Gen. Jew ell, Gen.
herman. Senators I erry anu t'aduock,
Gen. Garfield, and other ifentlenieii of
prominence. Tho sympathy for Mr.
Maine was not connneu xo pouueai
friends, many Democrats fiaving called
to inquire his condition, and regretting
About 4 o clock Mr. Maine s conscious
ness srradually returned, when he recog
nized his wife and Inquired what was the
mutter, nnd she reulijd that he was 111.
and after that he, for the lirt time, turned
over in the bed unaided. His breatuin
was now better ami his pulse stronger,
The tnemoe produced some etteftt, but not
to the extent desired, and therefore the
doctors applied electricity. They say the
symptoms are favorable, although he
doea not appear luny rcstoreu to con
.,, ; ... , .. , ... , I .1.. .. ....
Aius vveuuig one oi iiieiu taiu in pn.
vine conversation mm me uuack was
clearly a case of suu-stroka or heart-
stroke, to wuicti .Mr. liiaine was rendered
liable on account or his recent Illness,
overwork, excitement and loij.s of rest
The physician further said that at flrwt
he was apprehensive that the attack
might Le apoplectics, but examination di-
closed no pymptomc oi tnat disease.
r or several hours numerous visitors
were admitted, but after the doctors had
auiuinisu'reu uie anemn , ine room was
cleared so that the patient might rct.
Dr. G. W. Tope, an eminent practition
er of this city, who has been Mr. Blaine's
family physician in a&hington during
the past eight or ten years, and Is Intim
ately acquainted with his constitution
and temperament, luriiuties the follow
ing diagnosis of his condition at 8 o'clock
Mr. iUaiiiu's caso Is one ol cerebral de-
pioslon. prodiKid primarily by great
mental strain, nni wconaariiy My the ac-
tion of excessive heat. Tliere is no apo
plectic congestion or effusion or any
symptom ot paralysis. e lias free ue
of his limbs; the pupils of the eves are
normal; he has spoken several times and
recognizes his famUy ; he lies on let.
breathes naturally, and is disposed to
sleep; nas respuuueu excellently to treat
ment, and 1 have every reason to antici
pate a speedy and complete recovery
Signed G. W.l'oi-K.
At 8 p.m., Dr. Miss remarked that the
patient's attack was yielding to treat
ment wiin remarkable rapidity.
The following telegram was received
by Mrs. Maine this evening lrom Con
gressman l latent i inernnati :
'Great relief at tho favorable, ' news of
Sir, Id due g condition. .. J ell bun that
Ids cause has improved - all day, each
Istafo coming In better than we expected.
Mo wonder he had a bad turn. The
strain htubceu trcnittudoiis.''
Ijaikk. Mr. Blaine's condition, bj un
changed. ' ' - -' '";" '
At 12:13 a.m. Mr. Maine wai "till
sleeping quietly and naturally. J
(sjjeitul Ui tho tit. trfini KepuUiCUB.)
- Washinutum, June 11. Mr. Maine Is
much better to-night, and exeiu-ment
which fan high during the day bus died
duwiU v All sorts of rcporVwere cir !
lated throMeh the city at flrtt, and for
ouee Washington seemed to bo worked
upouHuuday.. Mi BhUufc oppcneuU
and friends alike pent di-pat-he to all
points of the country. During tno later
hoiu s of the aftoi-uoou snd this eveulng,
hundreds of telegrams of inquiry arrived
here. Many were received so soon alter
Maine fell on lu chiih-u steps, that it
seemed as It x ' encmle
had used all the wires In tho country to
circulate the report thct h would die lie
tore sunset. Mauy to-night are ol the
opinion that his prostration will ski rather
than Injure hU fiances at Cincinnati, iu.
much as k will add to tho aymi athr
lf na created for ;hlui.-clt during tb
,U ysiclan arC divided hi
nhvsiclanS are divided hi minion
as to the real cans of his post ration, but
agree mat the mental strain oi tno pant
week liad as much to do w itn it as any
thing. He will not be able to leave his
bed tor STvero! dy'w,w,w' - .r
Mr. herr bad a severe attack tins
morning, but Is much better to-night.
(Or If placid ia a list, erir)
13 MILES OF
EVKKY STOVE 19
Vll!l:.va t'sed or ul
i kjlslsly Ikl i Mi
i- . ..
Ol II M.W SI.I.H
s Nos. 37, 33, 30, 47, 48 and 49
An-a Mmml-m C"Uiliiitiun ol' .
CONVENIENCE, . j o
; , ECONOMY,
Au-l nil the Ks-rnlial Point ttlut )o to Make ii
Most Perfect Cooking Stovo
ter Olli red Iw Ike I'uMie.
Mle Unj by die
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
S'vs. (.H, d.to utd tl f. iluili l.,
SI. J.OHil, Jilt.
O. W. HENDERSON,
To whom Pensions are
knil ducurn of dutr. either br ftneldent or
oiherwUa, ihoulj hro a pm-ilon. Ttae loaa ot
snnrcntitio yoa vo poiuton. a rapiunk
SO Bi liter now migni
ight, vires you k pouloiu
I give you m peniioo.
Ttie loss ot aa ey give yoo s peniioa.
A ny In) ury will giT yon a
who are now arawlur a f.tiric
u giTflyon apuwion.
Dcnuioa. Arc Inray entlo
Addxe.,. H. FITZCERALD,
VnltM Stte Claim Arent, Indiamapolis, Tnv
Uo0Oa nil leiter mark P. O. Box S4..JMI
fimi riM la wh,t nt you h, thii aflrArtiwBU
Dear Old "Yankee Doodled
ItsliiflSls IhsheaHssI th peoplsl Our boyi
S.V cuf Jss San and pla,S (t
indf. Thacopf is a Sua chromo, and skouid adoifl
h aot found . th your plcturs dealer, send torn
rder te the publisher, ' ,
"'CE-Bi mall, 13.00 mounted ready tor tro
9. 13.60. -
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
( ulru, Illuiuia.
Alvarjce timlo on CoDif;niiiPnts. Ah
Ktr:u tH of lilies ruacji', Ceiivt-yaiioi' aud
Colli-;tioii atlentlcU to. ..
ATTKNTIfV TO 1'IK,5 AM)
Auction Sale Every Kutuiilay Morning.
l!y virtue of hd t xis-niion to m ilini'tol Ly
the t;Wr ol tlie i.lreoit Court of Al xnnrti-r
CollMy, luUieUtuol tlllnuu, iu lavuroi Uiu
.i(i ui tlie Mute of lllmoi-i, inl i;iiiiit
Uvuir WHtM.n Weill and Amln-w .1. I aW, I
hae k-vied uima Uw loll" inn deccrilinl piii-i-rty,
iu tliU ( ounly oi Ali-xunUer iiml Mule of
IIIukiIh, to vit: u wrtion of lot riiimleil
turt-nty-aix (.''-j iu liiixk uiiiuberel Iwwity-cix
fa) inllierily of Cairo, and ilt-cill 1"1
1um, to wit; coinitieni'luir at a point on I be
eablrrly itiut of WitobiBglon Aveouu. nine auvi
niie.iulf ('Ij lit lioiu iLeruruef ot lots leuiy
live ami twciiiy-Hix in the lilovk ufor-iil. run
uiiiK tluiico auiilhfily ulurjc tin-line of M bjIj
iiiKtua Art-nue, three (S) feet, theuee fatter!
(jaiollei with theliiu) ditiiiiuK the lotx ufortmaid
our iiuuCreil la-t,, auj to I lie w filer I y line of lot
iweoty-nlna (".) in ail block, thine northerly
aluK Um Mtrrly iiuv 1 aaiU li,t twi-uiy-uine
lliiw fuel, Ihi-nif wesU-rly jiuiulUI Willi Hi
lini-illvl-liiiif mivI lull 2'ant ji, one luiiidreil feel
to llieplat-e of beniuniiiif, a lliu iiru)riy of tm
aiil llvurv Wulrtou Uehli, whiitli 1 nlull oiler at
liilblin bale ul I he aoulh-went door of Uie Court
IloiiMt iu Uae City of Cairo, iu (lie l ouuly f
fi)ecaudi-r unl Male of IllinoU, on tlie J ul .lay
Ol June, A. I. M, at Uie hour or elev.a
o'i-luck A. W , bircwU, lo lify aU :u
eheriS of Alexander I ounty, lUiiioi,.
Cairo, HU . June iud, lo. ti i-tlld
t At tU Dcusnt OOioe, luiro, llliiiKi,
' ""iii!iH-Yv"; ;
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
1; wn iv ii, ing now ata naf
. "fall, at PhiladfrfDhta. and la "dill, admired h.
-. " . '-- 1 M ,, ls
PARADISE, aI X
MT. OARBON(Blfl Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
tTTo Urge consumers and all
nanufacturers, we are prepared
:o supply- any quantity, by the
nontn or year, at uniiorm rates
caibo crrr coil coktiht.'
rr"IUUiUy Bro.'iofflo. K'o. 70 OhULcvM,
'iinifi'iay itro iwuuiuwu,
Kp) iitwii Mini, or
the Cokl Dump, foot of Tantr-Klrh
l3-rot)l Ofllc Dniwrr. .
Aitqrncy at Xnff.
CAIKO, ILLINOIS. .
Of TICK : At residence n Ninitt Street..!.
CAIRO , Cm" B1OTERY,
ST. O. 3CC-Lfel
Proprietor,; ' -'"
BINDER ANT) BLAMT BOOK
Bulletin Bnlldinir, Cor. Twelfth Strt
' Onlro, Illinois
r-Comity RD't HailrimdWork. Spt-f ialtV
i ' , . .:tit; ( i
, i Ol. l V l.AKS litlotii: TU: 1'Llll.lC
DE. C. MINE'S .
' Celebrated American ' -
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
'pflli cotinteiianrc li ja!o and
Icadcn-t ol-Jied, with occiMonul
llus'j-ji, or a ( irctini-jcriljei'. sjKjt on
oncorlsjthihecicj; the eyes U'conw
d'lll ; thepiipllsdilatc ; an azure semi
cirtL runi along tlie lower eye-lid ;
the no;e is irritated, swclli, and somc-tiiiie-i
bleeds ; a swelling of theuitr
lip; oecoaioiul he:i4achj, withluim
tuir.g or tiirobbing of the ears; an
nnnvnl trr.-t ion of saliva: slinivor
IU1H..1 lonyw; lin-.ith very foul, par
tittil.trly in tlie Morning; ajij-titii
variable, sometimes voracious, with a
gnawiag sensation ofthe stuauch, at
others, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
in the stomach; occasional riattsea
ai.d vomiting; violent pains through- .
oi:t the abdomen; bowels irregular,
at times costive ; stools slimy ; not
unfrequentl tinged uitli . blood
bwily swollen and hard; urine tur-
bid; respiration occasionally difTi
c.ilt, and ac oinjKinied by hiccough;
coi-h soinctimesdry and convulsive;
tinea, y and disturbed sleep, with
gri-iding of the teeth; temper vara
bV. b it generally irritable, &;c.
Whenever the alxjve symptoms
are found to exist, '
!!.. C. MrLANTSRMIFUGE
Will tjrtainly .eiTcct a cure.
IT IjoE.S NOT CONTAIN Slf.RCCRV
in an fjrjn; it is an imx-.-nt preja-, ,
nt it .i i, cavlJe of (fiingiht sVxht- A
csl injury to the most tender tnjar.t.
Tlie genuine Dr. L1VLane.'s V.r
Mii'foE bears the signatures of C."
Mt Lane and TLtMiN Uros. on the
DR. c. uci Akine
These Pills arc uot recommended .
r.-i a remedy f it-"all tho ills that
ftVb i-i he'r to," b'lt; in afTeclions of'
the Liver, nnd iu nil Tlilious Com
ji3a'u.U Dyepepriia und teiek Head
ache, or ilijea.-f?3 of that character,
tliey t-tand without a rival.
AGUE AND P EVE II.
' f bf.ttcr cutliartiy can bu used
preparatory to; or after taking Qui
nine. As a iimplo purgativa tliey are
IIKWAIIK OF IVITATIOX. . ,
gcmiiue ,'jhij never ' sugar
iUneli box lias u red wax Beiil on
the lid, :wUl .th) 1mpVedba ;I)u.'i ;
. Kuili wrn vbenrthe8!iruatuis r
. Mold by all respi'cUbJti di uriaU
and country ston-lt wifr si-minHy.
vNtblyliiueiit uiitkea a
Hiiecialty of Kill IK-adn.
r futle fleia4i,ltt IJ-aiUj,
SUtewnitu, Calritr; FVLtkW ! prlceft
bmull kize liill hraiU, )tr Uxu ..S f
Uwliuui its bill litmiln, jjtr IuouhujiJ a 73
All on fourtei-u ponucl paj(V, Carlisle niitlf,
ruted twu ocuti i-r pomid lilv-Ut-r IUu paper
used by anT other olUnwrittiHi to order at tb
mill eaptilaRf for this omw ..- -'--
bUU-iiu-iiU. (Jarlyale, pec l-w iw
U-tttr HnwU, HyU, pr 1'jw,....vw. 4 fW
Kola IttMda, Carl)le, per lMwvar,ww..MW 3 oil
V ikiling carU wt parkuiie , -, "C
llueiiiM earda, Ko. I H-pIr Itriatol baril, . - '
pet liKAl , J I 4 f
Bulne earda, Mo. 1 ulauk. per luw...... at
Quarter-kbtwt, Ualf Oi-t, fuU-U aaJ three.
he.-i pogtern, and volomd werk below Hx. LomU
prloc ' '
FaiuphM, Hook Work an t Trite Lisu made
twi. wvay W
HIM 7 1 11
ir i iwu.Lfivr
m l tint
CommenoiBf Hay lit, 1876.
, i urn -a (Mi uii
Ai f 1 5 Be
At 1 5l If
At f I tft fie
At i'S ff Itc
Tli Moat CelalM-ate-4 Lf odk Iooma,
Jle1arr.t from SI ao,
fe-IUOrO IrotU 9 2B,
UMucel rroiu 3 HO,
Mi IM t:i Fancy li
AI DOr Itrlurt fioinSI 17,
AX SI f llwlnenl lrom SI 't.
At l 'it KvfueMl from fl ,
AI SI Af brJiiued lrom ll k. .
In nisei' Hair, f heriol. and I)muw, Re-ilni-H
to 7 ., Mi), wi iit Sl.fn.ni II a -,
SI Mi, SI 7"' ami f i in.
Popular Dress Goods
la Sim unil Fai-tituiiftt.lt Kahrira ami Coluri, ft
. . , -. l-rI mt .
12c. itnlunrd from !;
! )leluc4 Iroui
Vir. Hluo-I from
Milr Ki-lurrO from 37rj
3to, Krmrr)rir IMrtn M.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At f-T., !' whI $ir., f ortiKrly Sulil t t.
Ihk nl Sorlet Mi Shwli
At ', Ii nJ IV'-
Kr.lurr.1 from ' oil
Al4l ." lof lUnlure.) In.lfi 1 to 1.
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
Tlie Ltrt 1'irli Si) In from 10 t'jiwnl. t-n.-bnw-iDK
the rhuiotvl Uim llM- l
ESOKMofi IIL1H CTIONS.
Ladies' and Childrens Un lorwoar
An IniTiiriiM stiM-k of M-tl Kmiitifut nnd
- ' . HtLI AMCK (,UIIi .
All at cry (.rest IU Juclion.
l.a'lii'S', (. hililrtu' iukI Oi uikiui u'-
1 lie B"4t r nflih, Kreocii anil .eriiian U-ktm,
All ilui kw ulLowt"! Puuilile I iht.
Are thoroughly stocked with the bent
foods, nt the lowest package pricci. Beau
tiful Auierioan prints at fie. and 6c. per
far.l; atandard 4-4 bleached gooda at luc;
xiridalo nhii'tiBk'n at 10u.; Mew York
MilH, file,; and V4 sheeiinn at liic ,
i TASLS m OTHER" WUt
,11 the Yarl'AriiV,WiA'tJr(uibit.
(Which we keep ot the Grand street itor
only), we are ottering tnlii.U and Anieri
oau tapetriea at l, former price t 15;
liodr JJrusatU at 1 &0, former price 1 Ho;
nll-Tool liiRrain at 70c., former price, t0c.;
throe plv ingrain at l M, former price,
$1 60; oU-vlotha at liDc, to Tuc; former
prfcea, 50c. to 8Te.
- Camplea of goodt , and catalogue of 1 1
die' and niinbe' kuita and muUn undi i
wear, and lufunta' outiilM, tent Iree of charge
to ail aectioo of the I'ntted State.
. ItuUalor U-inaurcMBtMUt(a apyli
Cat'ou to all part of the country.
order for ffootlt of all ktuda will b rare
fuily attended to, and the pood packed
and forwarded without charge. janH-wim