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JOHN HaMULtfcT V
Attornry, at Isw. ""'
imcK : At reeidVce of, tii lh tril,
IwecaW-tehiaKtoa avenue aH W elnul ft
Al the lltl.t.im Offlro. I Hlrrt, Illinois
TOWN AND COUNTRY
Rill MIXES FURS
Your Houso Needs
Not only bcctiise It look dingy an I ruty,
want roleciIon from the weather. W ilti this Paint, Foil A SMAM. hVM,
you can 1'iote, I ami Itcaiitilv )our hmoe, making It
A 1 1 rr.eti el. Mint flit ilin,..
I he Town and Country lb-ady Mixed Painl arc prepared from pure, wliltu J-al,
purntixMe ol Ann, anil the finest and troni.'e-t :olorimr nintt-ri:il obtainable, mixed
.villi prepirod Unseed Oil, wMcli dries Willi a gloas and durability unattainable hv
the aun material mixed In tho ordinary maimer.
lod and Zinc, mixed Inttit way, tiro not aflr. ted l.v change ol temperature, will
... i-iar, im-irr, prci, nuke or r.lmik jiii.l
polish. They are warranted to stuud tin h
water-proof coverini.'. VCrr elnMir- and lMMiitifiiL Tt,iv nlll wnrL freclr iimli-r Urn t.rn.li.
and mijf Ik; applied liy lie nvtt inexperienced per.in when the direction arc followe l,
Ihoiih Hit; ni.lo mint ol r.yular painter i ad lcd w hrn obtainable.
I Im Paint (. alwajsUcady fr uo without the im onxtiiH iu or expense of
any :t ' 1 1 1 L I 1 1 : 1 1 material.
One Gallon will Cover 200 to 250 Square Feet
full and pet i clrctil-ir Rlvim; all d -ired informal ion in re 'ard to tin;
"TOWN AND COUNTRY" Ready Mixed Paints
ONLY ID ISK HAD AT Till: "H;N III' I Hi; t.Ol.UKN LION,"
Fever mi Ague Pad
The Greatest DiscoverySAge
(Patented April 12, l7t.i
Ito-l-'t i' Fever and Al"i 1 i- i;o iiiipoMtinn, r,or doc it pre'end t
i iiri' wiUioiit medicine. 1 he i'ail i medicated with cll'ective i-iiimiIiii-,
ami i up ly :ili'ri tioti, iriiiiu' . I i r- t d i tin- l.iv r mid ."lomarti tiiiiucil.
I atrly, tlni- taking Irom Uh- )xti tn all ni:i!:iri mid Hilinn potffti. IIi(Ii.'t'
Ki i r U'I Akuo I '.id m.ikiK lo a nro cure iu ull iil-iaf prowimj out of
; di-trdf rrd I jviT.
Tin- l'lil lit; arc '-ant !..nd asiiiiiM 'ir lialn tl.e i oimtrrffit ftrtielo, an
ttnTt aro one or I wo in Oi: utarki.t; a.k j our i!nwlt for Ho-Ifv' Kfvrr
and Aim" I'ad, Tat. Aplil Kill. Kn, I'oih fi in.i onlv oriL-innf p ul, '.
nr- nnd a-k lor thf p.il.-ni I atll.-le. 'I tie prici cf li dirrh' 1i1ki iJ
Ak'ii. Tad i only l mi l l 'i'l -l paid li kiiv .l - oa I. rcipt d price.
!. tf ilir. i ti.ni aiol till) iioliti liilt Itixli'ri m'. t'uT !"al ly
xi AnoL a.y unoTirnns,
Call nod Kft n Cirrulitr.
DRINK and LIVE
tho Cure of the Illn that Flonh is Heir to. Puro nnd Fresh. Ob
tained Direct from their Sources and Kept on Ico.
BETHESDA ffiNEML OTTER
Of Woukesha, Wisconsin,
BlueLick, Excelsior Waters,
Fresh From tho Spring at Saratoga.
All of the above Waters for sale on draught In Bottles, by the Gallon in
Jugs or Keas, or by the Barrel by
BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
. , .
but b.r the morn Important reason that; It
will alway ilry witli lite lmMn-1 po.-it,
r all ezpotir.t, and will lorui a perfect!
0 ik ral Airenta, Cairo, Illinois
OfHea, Uu.Htla X3M.1141n.ff. Corn.e 1-walftta. Ctraat an. 4
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 1,1 87G.
Tilden anil Hrrrm.
i.nwt hpavrnn, what a riot!
Hn't niivoiii! tir fiiiift y
U'lrd'ii Uir mutlrr, Aim. (rirnlii) what the
n-iiwn iiir III' niorin
Nay. Ih nliriiifr Hull In town?
In llir I npitnl Imrnt down '
W hut ineaiiH lUii mistily r.lanior ol 1 ihlrn and
A rry of no rorniptioti f
I f n :o' no ri iliKMion !
A Hotiti'l ol ariKry voiwtt like Um. muttrrinKi of
lonn with traitor, crooked way'
1 1 urmh lor proHiMTniii ilays'
A illi lihhn lor our IiwIit, fhoiit loud,
Throiifli very hiioy ilrnl
I 'linin (heriiHh or many !,(.
M p ol l.oni-t mi-ii, h u riiiiucl all their duty
1 hey have hiilTired, and ft it "tronji,
'I tu y will have rilit, 'not wronif.
Ttieir - flam ball In- j il.li-n, tiu ir walvlu-wor-l
I rui' Iti'lorm! , .
'I he A timer In Jlin niiiUao.
UV A Ijlui.rlKb KNOIxaKH.
I've real thai neeret ahout lilixUo,
M ho ran on the Prairie Hi He;
SU I her liim or the man that wrote it
a- Ihe liifc'Kt luoll ean'l tell.
Hot lliere's one tinny, thill' dead lertain,
I he ft How w hoftpuu the yarn
Known more in tmy-Uu t than fmokel ks,
Ami I tluuk that he'd hettvr lam
lt lore writing of x, and enine
Ant entrineer'a work aii'l the lit e,
A falety valve from n throttle,
New I ork nlaiiK IruMi I'ike.
Ami a for a r.oU,le of wien or o
Art'l llinijt ns Imd or Wore,
I hold time are private nnitteia
And not III HUhjerH for Verne.
What I look at is Ihe GhiIIiiiihi
I hat he pnt-i in an enyiueer'n lips,
Ahont "ImPling her nozzle nifin tli hank,"
Ami the nay that he paniol in hii ttnps.
I'oen he think that a icn-aer umh a Mile
'I o poke a khuitter alonK
IhiH't h kiifiw thntan wi'icine'll go herself
II you oiwn the throttle fctrOnirv
A man that run on the Misiipi
ll.w trouble and worry enoiijfh,
W ithout lM-in.' aaiMlnl after he's did
With a lot of di"vrutinir atuff;
Why a fellow that ililn't know more tlian hira
He ri.uliln 'I hav helil a i.tarj!
"n a " heellmrrow" loal to tow roul lirow.
Al ich more un a packet to race.
If he had "seen hii duty" at ail,
lie il have known that he colli. I ito more
I'.y letting up on that "5 wiling" ol Iiih
Ar' lo-lptn trie riltierd ashore.
Hot it tie whf neh a "tod rotten aa
An to utay and he fiokwl that nlirht.
I know wn.t a I'lke IViontr verdiet would Ih-,
1 ivoiil'l ! 'nervt-,1 lhelarned jol ju.-t ri)(ht
A FEARFUL PICTURE.
Ileaerlpliuna ol Ilia MroKtcleN Akninat
Hie llrmon or Itrlak, by Ihe
UtteJ. J. Talhol.
Kxtrort from one of liiii own Leeturpa 1
Hut now tin; tru-'KlJ over, I can nur-
vey Urn liuld and measure the losa a. I had
portion, bi'ti iiti'l holy. The demon tore
Irom around 11. c the robe ol my scared
otlice and scntnie forth cliufchlcss and (,'od-
lib a vcty hluic and byword itmon;
nun. After wara 1 u 111 iiuilne8, lure ani
lucrative, and my voice in all large Court
wax heard pleading for juntlce, increy and
tlieriht. Hat the ilunt gathered on my
unbound bookst, and my footfall crosod
the throlioM of Ihe drunkard' oflice. I
litd moneyii ample for all hcett-lUcH, but
they took wim; and went to ft-cd tho eof-
feridthi; dcviU which pooh;i1 me. 1
Mil a home adorned with all that wealth
itid the .Motexqui ito taste could Kii'-'p"t.
l'lii dovil troiued it-i threshold, and the
liht faded Irom It. i-bumhcr; the lire went
out on the holiest ol altars and leading me
through its portal, despair walked forth
with brr, nnd sorrow and anRtiMi lingered
w itliin. 1 had thil Ircn, beautiful, to me at
lea-t, a a dream of the morning, and tbey
had ko entwined tbenwlvcii around their
f ather' heart that no matter where it ndght
wander, ever It time bark to them on tue
bright wint' of a lathers undying love.
Ill destrovcr took their li.iinU in hla and
led them away. I had a wife whose charm
of mina ami person were sucli that to fcce
her a to remember, and to know her
wustoloc. For thirteen
year we walked the rugged path of life
together, rejoicing In it tmnxblne and eor
rouiug in ita shade. Thi infernal monster
eoiildn't spare me even thi. I had a
mother, win lor lotii;, Iodk year bad not
left her cli air, a victim of suflering and din
ease, and her choicest UehVht wa in the
reflection that the lcurnn which fclie had
taught at her knee had taken root in the
heart of her youngest aunt and that be wan
Useful to hi lellow and an honor to her
who bore him. Hut the thunderbolt reach
ed even there, and there it 'lid its most
cruel work. Other day may cure all but
tlii:. Ah me; never a word of reproach
from her lips; only a tender careas; only a
shadow of a grout and unpoken grief gath
ering over the dear old face; only a tremb
ling hand laid more lovingly on my head'
only a closer clinging to the eros; only a
more piteou appeal to heaven it her cup
were not at lnt full. And while her boy
raved iu hie wild delerium two thousand
mile away, the pitying aiiglee pushed tho
golden gate ajar, end tho mother of tho
drunkard entered into rest.
And thus I stand, a lergmaii without a
cure; a barrister without a brief or business;
a father without a child; a husband without
a wife 5 a son without a parent; a man
with Hrarccly a friend ; a soul without a
hope all w allowed up In the inealstoriu ol
They Onee H lonuetl to Monhy'a Hnntl
I Miring yi aterday the prior.ci w e re
Huhjectcd to all kind ol juestioo from
the constantly coming and going throng.
Cole Younger, a i hi wont, talked much;
ho had to till about rireunistaneee "making
me w hat I am' of the war' truol and iu
lelable stamp upon hi life, and all the
palliating boh for tho Ulu of outlawry
which ba again and again been repeated,
lie lc.lt that hi father wa a gentleman of
high itamling iu the community ; that ho
wa worth f 'iMi,0O(i, and win at one time a
meiuberof tliettate legislature, tarly ioUie
war thie venerable old man wa murderej
before the eye of hiimell ; ,Lia eetate waa
plundered aud dwindled away into nothing-
At thie time Cole wai a mere boy perbape
fifteen ysartof age. With hot-headed im.
petuoslty he ewore
ill aouthern Idea of chlvelry, colored by
the halo of the plot ol many flahy novel,
mane mm not only vengeance, but forever
after quiet conie.icnee by the reply that the
world la the debtor. Why Hid not It
rob him of a fatherV protecting care and
t'iK),0Ml beside, more or lew, and how
dcgradnlg I work to replace the loss w hh h
wan entailed 1 To brie)? the perpetrator of
murder of hie father to Justice, Uii yonng
man cliiitii he himself spent more than f i',
(100 ol hie own, and that much of hi falh
rr'a wealth went for the name purpose,
Tri e torv
Wprobahly cattily told. Mr. Hum!, who
Im known the Younger boy from arlet
lime, ay before the war they were not
remarkably bard boye, but by no mean
slrailest-laccd unday-echnol schollar.
They became members of Aloeby' guerril
la, here they were initiated to deede of
blood and violence, and the lift; or a huah
wh:i:ker, und have so lived every aitue.
the uueltj, the utter tiircgard of the
many bloody rdghtt of war, the cold blood
ed atrocity of their deed made them out
law, to be hunted after the war's r!o e
ami tderelote to be outlaw alwaye. To
THtlH SI nsKut It.Nf CAUBKU
1 a difficult matter. Ae ue tliem of com
plicity in any crime, and they have at once
in alibi at band, w ltd reference to parties lar
away, who w ill ay they were In each and
uch a place w hen tu h and men a crime
wa committed. The men who have follow-
ed them all theae long year, li.vlowed
them all these louir year, thedowed them,
and yet been unable to take them, can l eu
ter tell their etory; and It w ill be one black
with w anton murder and the whole catego
ry of crime, HhouM these desperadoes
conlido to mo the etory ol
their lives there 1 nothlnir on
which could be founded a beleif that the
truth was told. They contradict each
other, tail diirerent yarn, and o lay them
stive open to be dlcrcdited a to attend
interview on their pat career with ecrioue
liiliculty. Several partie triedyeatcrday
totlict irom them something concerning
themeelvc. Cole did not he-dtate to talk,
but when hi palpable lies came to the sur
face, and he himself was driven repeatedly
Into the comer, he refusxd to talk longer,
and vexatlonsly 1 cxpreihc 1 himself.
A cac in point will illustrate. The Youn
ger brother claim they were not lmpi:ea-
ted in the Oad' hill robbery.
They Mate that they were many miles
away omo where down in Texa. And
w hllc Cole, yeitcrdar, located them at one
point, Hob locate them at another three or
four hundred miles distant. Of the party
that visited them yesterday were John V.
Merrlum and John K.Lincoln, At 6t. Paul.
Both tHete gentlemen were vietimsof thai
robbery Mr. Mernam to the tunc of H00
and Mr. Lincoln to a considerably lesser
amount. Mr. Lincoln is positive Cole
Younger was one of the number. lie tay
he can not mistake the peculiar shape ol
the face, and the head which wa exposed
hie hat falling near Mr. Lincoln's seat, as he
gave Mr. Lincoln's own chapeau a re--
vengful kick. ' Mr. Merrlam is not o ccr
tain, but Mr. Lincoln is positive ho can not
be wrong. Three men wore handkerchief
over their faces at, that time, not, however,
over the head and neck.
The punishment which may now be me
ted out to these desperadoes is now being
dinetissed. It must be a diuicult matter to
(rove on ar y of these three tho shooting
oiilcywood. The murderer 1 not of the
party of captives. Tho dead man, Charley
l'itt, expiated hii shot at Hunker by the
loss of hi life. Hob Younger did not hboot
in the bank. Jesse James wa the man
that killed lie wood. Hut the law holds nil
men guilty w he are implicated in any man
ner in murder. Hanging i not too good
a fate for these bloody handed villlane.
Kven that cannot atone for their long lit of
offenses, and under eur fctatc law they ran
be hung if twelve men will say they are
guilty of murder in the first degree, and
will recommend the death penalty. Tho plea
of guilty evaded, the court cau refuse to
accept it. l'ublic opinion will justify lit
tle stretching ol the penal code, aud these
men have so defied justice, have been such
outlaws for so many years, that a little dis
regard of her strictest integrity will be re
garded w 1th charatible leniency. Hut 1 say
stflt, that the man or woman, however, bit
ter may be hi sentiment, who talks with
these men, will come away less rampant for
bloody revenge upon them fur their harm
lessnes now, their murderous desire Hashes
to the eye that have looked hearUu.sly
time and time agan on murder ; but at other
times these men are apparently complacent
gentlemcu, suuve iu their manner, and not
telling iu their lace their terrible waton
ness. There is nothing dissipated abeut their
looks, very' little that would be railed bad
at Ilrt glance. Colo recognized Mr. Jumper
yesterday aud shook hanits with him, told
the numbr of the room ho occupied, a-kod
it that was not right, and if he did not bo
have while there. The reply was yes. The
three in custody, and the one killed were
at the Nicollet, and Mr. Jumper describes
them as appearing like high-toned tourbt.
Clan lice Cook, in Serikner for tK-tolar r
Another modern tendency that seems to
have nearly run the length of iu tether,
is toward what! generally troken of as
mumrt furniture. We have been nuking
our furniture so heavy ol late, that tho
mount o I "sol id wood Id it, added to the ear
1 ing, inlaying, and veneering with different
woods; has made It very expensive . Ol
course the I Sow cry and Canal street have
followed Hroadway and the Filth Avenue
aud wo hardly tell cheap furniture from
der, by the prico. The so-called 'Lost
lake" furniture bus bad much to do with
keeping up the tendency we speak of. The
one thing the desigoers of It seem to be af
ter la to make it look " solid," and the one
thing they seem in mortal" dread of is
that it shall be graceful or elegant. Some
of the production of the mills that turn out
this uncomfortable lumber are wonderful
to behold. One is not surprised to hear of
people being killed by such lurnlture fall
lug on them. Most of it would look clunuy
ia an Italian palace. I our American par
lor or bedroom it I not at home. Many
peron, however, who do hot like It in a
parlor think It Isjust the thing lor a dining-
room. we should consider that the
furniture of the dining room ought to be o
much heavier than that of the parlor, I do
(From the Oilier -Journal.)
Sir Stafford Norlheoto, who succeed
I)lraeli In the leadership ol thc;torlein the
house of commons, Is said to bo by no
mean quail lied to the position, esjiceially
after Disraeli ha been pursuing a policy
which requires a leadi Yflt the utmost nerve
to maintain it against the opposition. The
Tories are divided into two Wing, the
church ol Kngland ultra conservative, and a
more liberal set. Oisradf had the faculty
of keeping thesu elements together, and
prevented them for nuarrelini'. Sir Btal-
fold Northeote lacks the tack to do thi,and
the liberal who have made the most melan
choly blunders for some time for want of
a leader able to cope with l)iraeli, will
probably Dud some one w ho w ill give the
new Tory leader trouble. They are now
trying to overtook the government party
011 the Turkish question, aud (.lads tone'
recent severe letter arraigning the conserv
atives for seeking to maintain Turkey and
her religion in tho face of Kngll-h senti
ment to the contray, I apparently having
it legitimate effect.
1 in) stay pijnfriir
irr it willrrt Toy toLALiiisf UmI will aurJv Mia iva
m.m srvineir nj.
tot. sLouin AavcrtuV Publ'e Co., St Louln.M
DR. C. M?LANE'S
e"K 1 If R CCKB OF
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
IViii t sIA AND SICK HtADACHE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
13 A IN in the right side, under the
. edgeof the ribs, increases on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in the arm.
'I he stomach is affected with loss of
apretite and sickness ; the bowels in
general arc costive, sometimes alter
native with lax ; the head is troubled
with pain, accompanied with a dull,
heavy sensation in the back part.
There is generally a considerable loss
of memory ,accomj ianied with a pain
ful sensation of having left undone
something which ought to have lieen
done. A slight, dry tough is some
times an attendant. The patient
complains of weariness and debility ;
lie is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and he complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin ; his
spirits arc low ; and although he is
satisfied that exercise would be lene
ficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred where few of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the liver to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. MLane's Liver Pills,
in cases ok Ague and Fever, when
taken with Quinine, are productive
of the most happy results. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afflicted
with this disexse to give them A
For all Uilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un-t-cjualed.
UKWAKH OV IMITATION.'
The genuine Dr. C. M. Lane's
Liv er I'n.Lsare ni vcr sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
M. Lane's Liver Tills.
The genuine MVLanl's Liver
Fills War the signatures of C.
M'.Lane and J'f.EAfivn JIros. on the
Insist on your druggist or
storekcc'KT giving you the genuine
Dr. C. MVLane's Liver Fills, pre
pared by Fleming Fros., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all resjectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
To ihokc ri&hiug to pure l f. M' I.aNi's
Iavaa Fiixs a liul, we ul auil st pant o any
.n ti 1 he Uuika! botes, one Un il i'llli !
twenty live mm
LEMiNi; EROS.. PuuhurKk. 1'a.
Lincoln Butter Powder
Uood rreah Hiiller all the Tear Htinn
BUTTER IN 20 MINUTES.
Lincoln Hutter Powder I an entirely
harmless article made Irom a eelebruted
hn;lUh recipe, and now in d.UI use by
many of the most noted fanners in the
butter counties around Philadelphia.
In hot woather thie i'owdel makes butter
much tinner and sweeter than It usually is,
and keeps it from turniug rancid. It also
remove the strong flavor of tunitps, garlic,
weeds. CHI stalk, cot'on seed, etc.; and
the luercaaed yield if butter much more
than pays the trilling expense of using it.
tn mtm ls anks.
WnoLBiALa DiroT: 10U Market St.,
Philadelphia. I'a. :
a stay far t si estae ear wa
Aua Briila. ntM aaauS
a, 40 Aace Ca. U. Utuit, U
R. SMYTH & 55.r
Wholesale and lo-uil Dealers in
Foreign and Domeatlo
UII:N OF Alsla K1IH,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
MKSSllf-. SMYTH A CO. have constantly
a hirirp stK-k nt the lieal (oksI-i In lliu mar
ket, and iriTef-ial aiuntion mihe alioltwaJe
ranch of the busincHa
The Old Reliable
Boot and Shoe Maker,
lias r-(,Minil hi (wtiiblihliiiit'ittin the
Where can be found an extra fine Mo k
of (rood in hi ini.
tiivn tlonc a call. H-l!i-tf.
MAI Fa. UIlUHHUll
NORTH SIDE OF E 10 J I Til STHEE1
Betwen Waahinirton and Oommerela
The Grand Pacific Hotel,
O II I o o o.
Ono of tho Safost and Most Ploaa-
ant Hotels in America.
Having all the dim-rent Saf.yuurl Airalnst
r Irp, make it urai-timllv ilr-nrn.t 11.- -
rcntly unchrirone exunnive inii.rovement a
lartre amount of new furniture adiled, oiaklnu:
....r, im niiiiijiaiiiiy iiirni.ineii imtais In
the country and tin- i-ntm- l.n.i.i.r,,. -..i..,
rntl In a style, that for l-aiity of design, ur-
1 he ventihiliun of the hoti-1
every in-xlcni iinitr'jvenif at.
Cost of Hotel, $1,500,000.
Cost of Furniture, $400,000.
4eriile nn entire Nqnare, liavlnir m
Irontaffe r l,o. fret.
Nuinlr of rooms, tW;suiU of rooiiu, w ith
hath connecting, -."i ai.e i,f iarlur, P'k li)
feet; si4: of Rrnud ilinnintr-rooiu, lai'x'- size
Vrx?il 3' l'r""";""'-lt'' b"'. si-C ol otlice,
I'riceof rooms, with lioard, tl.ro, l no
t.unil$'.0) )M.r flay, urcorl
ir.u to location.
The table and service unsurpa-hcl, la-ini; the
11 n id tik ull
A KF.ni tTIOlV will be made. from the
above firirc lo nurtii- ix-maining a EEK .r
more, and those dcdrinif to visit the Evpoxt
tion durinK the month of hepp-mlier.
S J"ltrsni.- can Is? m cured, stutiug pricci o
snine, hy ieUvraph, al onr cipcnnc:
J0H B. DRAKE CO., Proprietors.
linh nnl foreign snRiuiKe, wirn Inventors, At
torneys at l .aw, and olln-r Soln-iitor, enpiviall
w th thoe who have had their ejises r'jietel in
tlielmn.Ls of other attorneys. In rejectud ciim s
our lee arc renixinable, and no charge i made
uulees we are succc.olul.
If you want a pat-ent.M-nd
lis a model
or ski tr.th and a
full description ot
ay our invention.
wn will make an
examination at the patent olTlee, and It we think
it patentable, will send you paper and advice,
and proHucute your ca.-.-. Our lee will la: in or
III rul or written in mail. a
irett, Kx-Conimlstloner of Talents,
rluveland, Ohio ; O. II. kt-lley, Efcf ., JVc'v
National iraii((e, Louisville, Ky .j C'oimtiodor
lni Aiiuuin, U.S. S. , V io-hliifc't.,ii. ii. c.
l7"Sand Mainu f-rour "(.utile .,r obhiin
Ills' Patents," a book ot ;0 paire.
Address : LonlN HMttKer SV Co., Solid
tor of futi nu, VV aahiugtou, 1. C.
To whom Pensions are
"D A TTn KVKiiy, womter
MT atXAsVePLSAliLKU while In tbe llnu
aod diauharse of July, either by abkmt cr
oibenrtaa, should have a pension. The loss at
a Dos entitles you to a poastoo. ruutui
tut m attcr how nlfht, hItos you a pension.
The loss of a lua ad ra a pvaalaa.
Tbe loss el aa ere fifes you a pension.
Aay Injury will aire you apenslon. .
who ars now dra wixofa panalon, ari Justly eoU
Zuroapy oi Peusioa aud Hoqnty Acta.
Addruasp. h. FITZGERALD,
V'alted fttatc Claim A rent, IDtiM4roLtK, I0
atajrun all letters mark P. O. Bos M.M
- Vitaa iuu la whit tttm ro ww Utia aai-wtlMa.uk
In the I Hull , i t (4iurtof th I'nitcl xtitU-s, fur flic
nolitliern Ilmtli, t of HllUoiH, In liallLrilpley,
In the mutter of sIm-ImcI ildhron Hcrnur-I
Notice is hereby (tlTitl Ibat a )M-litiou ha lai n
tiled iu ail court lv "'( Alichael Iteilhrou aud
lleri.aiil Weil or aim, in the enmity ot Ale
aieh r, in said Uintriul, iluly eelariif latukmpls
under the act of rouuciwn ol Mureli 2nd, 1-4,.',
I.ir a iliseharire and ceitiihula iht-rvof, from all
their dehl aud other claims provahlu liU'ler aid
ai t, atnl thut ihe 'iTlli ilay of )ct,,lr, l7rt, at
etei-a o'cha k a. lo , is aaa.xol lor Uie hearing
of the same hy the aaid Ci.urt, at Ihe I inUil
Males Court room in the city of SprinKrleld,
When and Where all creditor of al.l iaiikni)l
and ull other r.n in iuti-n-ht, mav attenU and
kImw csiim;, 'f any Ihey h ive, w hy the prayer of
said pvllU(in should not la- (cranttd
t.KO. I'. I.OWKV, fierk.
I.imirur it Ijiusdau, atlorueys lor peliliouers.
lat-d i.rnit;lU-ll. 111., .ept. 1 A. I. l7n.
Wher-aa,oa tlw lath ilay of Aiiril, A. I',
17.!, Johu II. I'hillis, and ftachet J. phillis hi
wife, executed and debvere.1 to the nulmijini
for the iurie of n-cuuuif lha navnu nt ..i
rertain prmiiory Dale therein mentlonnl, a
u.i 'leva iu iiiv iciuuwuiK ues'riOel premiaea,
to-wtt : iiumbvred eighteen (I), in blurk
auiulwrtsl lour 141. In tha l ilv iM'Mir.l llliii-ku
and wlutrnu default has heea iuuU ia the pay-
ii.Kii, w. Mm kuic, .uw, inereiore, ia puru-
auca of tin authority conferred by said trust
umt, i win aeji uts aoova Uc riucU pretuura.
al public rend us, iu the bwuesi bidder, rbr
u in iuuiu, ai me ooun nouae Uoor la Cairo,
llliuots.on tiatunlay, Uieth day of Ovtohrr.
A. I., Is7ii, at lias bourol I u' clock, i ni., of
said day, said sale to without rrdrwpltoa.
AI.KKK1I B. SArJUI, frustsw
. i.UKtN A olLliaUl, Altra-s. MfU I i
T I i oMainc-l in the l'nitid
KfjTfliirflr"ll 'rnia tow as
I l.lttill I. N"'oeol any other rviiu-
1 tUUUlI Ut)1.1'' h,m -'.i,n
w v "dene invte.1 in the inir.
Leading Journal of Southern
Illinois. . . -
WiUetcadfatly oppose the pollciei of rhe
Kcpubllcan party, and refose to be tram-
mellod by tho dictation of any clique In the
It beiievee that the Republican party hat
filtllled its mission, and that the Demo
cratic party as now organized ebould be re.
ttored to power.
It believes the Radical tyranny t
'or several year oppressed the Fouta
hould be overthrown and the people ci the
Southern swu permitted to control theu
It believes that railroad corporation
should be prohibited by legislative ttacts
inent from extorting and unjustly dt crim
inating in their business transactions with
It recognize the equality o be
fore the law.
Jt advocates free commerce tariff for
it advocates resumption ot specie pay
mont, and honest payment of the pub lis
It advoeatee economy in the admloUtra
Uon ot public all air
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