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at their hall the flnl and third at jndaj
moaih. Comrmrolal venue, Si torn
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, xiii.i.' t hatf-patt rren, In Ifccir hall ob
Ma muu avenue, iN-tween hixu an nerenu
pU T. D. Haxroao, N. G.
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tiaUdd-rrUowt' Hall oath Unit and (bird
i .! u nry month, t half-peat mtbi
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CalBO LODGE, NO. tHT.A.r. AA M
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Uiilil rurular eumoiunlaunns in Hi
tnnlo Hall, corner Commercial avsnar
nil Kiirhlh atrret. on lb aecond and
V kiurth Mondar of each month.
Pulaski county Is coming to the front,
1 nd furnishing her quota of crime. Two
' - men were mwtlereti In that county lust
Week. Vunna Journal.
: :.. , And yet the Journal cries " don't hang
r Ihe murderers !"
Capt. Jobs B. Thomas of Metropolis,
we are told, is la the field and working
lor the Radical nomination lor cons rest
from this dktrict. Capt. Thomas Is a
simon pure Kadlcal one of the bloody
shirt kind, lie is, however, a clever
gentleman and popular with his party.
' Eve stuoe the commencement ot the
s tplulai tt t Via ' mamKuM t ta rotnrnlnrv
7 HMS4D V vuw mvwuvig vi vw ivtunim
1 board, it has been hinted that in case ol
. conviction Gov. Nieholls woul l pardon
the oflenders. It now appears that there
V, is more truth than cues work about this
; statement, and even though Anderson,
Wells, and tbe other members of the
f board may be convicted, they will never
see tbe Inside ol tbe penitentiary.
Tbe Cairo Bulletin is ol tun opinion
that we should dispone of our old stock
of criminals before we should advocate
the abolishment of capital punishment,
lie thinks tbe masses are not ready to
be educated on this subject yet. VY e are
of tbe opinion now is the timo to advocate
it, as its evil ellecls are so glaring that
right onder tbe severe penalty of hans
in?, murder is Increasing. It is tolly to
try to carry into execution a law that In
repulsive to the people, A human law
that is incompatible with nature. Is a
cure upon tbe country. Johnson County
Tbe Journal is mistaken. It is not
" right tinder tbe severe penalty of hang
lng" that murder is increasing. On the
contrary, It is because the penalty the
law la not enforced, that murder is In
creasing. Juries too frequently fail to
do their duty and permit murderers to
escxpe. If a few more murderers
were banged there would be less kilting.
Imprisonment, even for life, has no
terrors for the murderer. Crime In
southern Illinois has become rampant;
and this is the wrong time to Indulge in
sentlraenUllsru, and pluud far the mm
derm. Thin is the season for hanging,
and the more of It there is done the better
it will be for the community at Irnye.
Col. K." O. Ixqiksoll lectured in
Chick vrlng Hall, New York city, on last
Sunday evening to an immense audience,
and huulreds were turned away be
cause they could not even And "stand,
lng room." The audience wat "lutein,
gent aud retlned," says tho report of
tbe lecture, and tor a quarur ot an hour
before the lecture Hev. Dr. Sidney A.
Carry 's son kept tbein in good humor
with polk i aud other profane selections
on the orgau." ., Wheu the roou had
been cloudy packed In every part, and
quiet was secured, then tbe big inddel
appeared with a huge buudleof manu
script, wiiiob proved to be scriptural aud
theological quotations. In the couise oi
bis remarks Col. lngersoll s aid :
1 he idea of bell was born ot revenge
and brutality on oue side, aud of coward
ice ou the oilier. 'Itie American people
are too brave, too generous, too luag
cauiinous, to belie) e lu the Internal Oug
ma of eternal damnation. Applause. 1
bave no re pec t turauy huiuau being who
believes In it. Laughter. I have no
reaped lor tbe mau who pleaches it, lor
tbe man who pollutes the imagination ol
Childhood with tbe infainoui lie. Ap
plause. I have no respect for the muri
wno would thus add to the aorroAsot
tbe world. 1 want to be tree and iraua
With you. 1 haU tbe doctrine; 1 despise
and dcly tbe doctrine. Applause. For
good many years the intelligent and
learned of Christendom have been ex
amining tbe religions of tbe countries,
and of those that have passed away, and
intelligent and learned men bave said
that they were all baseless and fraud
ulent. When they got through thev
turned to Christianity. By the same
metboas ana arguments mat religion
will be overturned in our day. Why?
Because every religion is and hat been
the work of man, and every book has
been and is ua wont oi man. u nooks
existed belora man, he might sdmlt
there was a second volume. Man never
had and never will bave an idea, except
what be gets from his surroundings.
Nothing on earth comes from any other
sphere whatever. Man produces every
thing. Every religion Is the embodied
belief ot tbe people who existed at the
' time ot its formation, and In no book is
any knowledge superior to that of the
time when It was written.
BYlnjH?posed of the Bible, and pro
claimed every religion dishonest that Is
auatalued by miracles, the lecturer said :
Ws have got in this country a rellg-.
.ion that has been growing for 1,600
1 years, and as that religion bas grown
small men bave grown great ; as men
' nave ceased to believe in it ihey have
C" rown charitable. It that religion ex
ited to-nleht as It once did, I would not
be sjlowed to speak in the city ot New
fork. Applause. It is through the
coldness and infidelity of the cliurob
that I get my right to speak, and I sav
it is to Ue church's credit." Laughter.
In conclusion Col. Ingerioil "took up
religion, denying everything In his well
knwn pungent style," aays tbe report
ol bis lecture, "but saying little that
wai bew." The Bible he put si "the
" foaodeUea of bell, and bell would never
be diapotftd ot tJii tbe Inspiration of the
orlptarM t" Tbe lecturer read
from tbe Bible, commenting an il np.
platue and laughter. "Tbe audience wsi
plainly In ty mpatby with tbe speaker,
tjta0tag Me moat ultra Mryloga and
Jan-tux It n blasphemy,"
Thi Siai4 lUgaUr say: "From the
January report of the penitentiary,
which ban reached the governor's eflicc,
It appears that there were 60 couvids
received during the month and CI dis
charged. Tbe smallest number of con
vlcts In tbe institution during the month
wss 1,A0, and the largest number 1 ,861.
The total number of prisoners on the
31st of tbe month was 1,804, of whom
1,813 were males and 21 females."
D mocratio Illinois.
Otfli'sbr Is making a lively bid for the
nnnular vote next rear, lie is trying to
steal Democratic thunder. But the odds
are all s;ainst him. The policy and
leaders are all atraiust him. I be Dem
ocracy, moverned and controlled by a
liberal policy, will carry this state by a
good, round ruiijority at tho next elec
tion. It carried it in 1816, by a majority
of 0S2 on tbe congressional vote. A
change of a little more than one-halt of
one per cent, would have defeated Cul
lum, and Hayes bad only one-filth ot one
ner cent, more than the popular vote.
This, all in the face ot tho fact that the
managers ol the campaign from the Drst
conceded tbe state to the llepublicniu.
There will be no fooling next time.
An Interesting Relio.
St. Louis Republican.
A somewhat Interesting relio was dug
up near CheBter, Illinois, about a hun
dred miles below this city, last week.
It was an linngo sixteen mehes high,
thirty-two inches round tho waist, and
weighing forty-onc pounds. It is soup
stone or slate. It is in a sitting posture,
with the right leg drawn up and tbe
right hand resting on the knee. There
is nothing remarkable In t ils ; but there
are carvings on tlie idol which attract
attention. On its breast Is the figure of
an elephant, which shows either that
the makers knew something about the
Asiatic elephant, or that the elephant
existed In this country synchronously
with the race that carved these images.
Around the head, too, there Is an inscrip
tion which, if it could be deciphered,
would probably tell an Interesting story.
Tho writing Is said to resemble the
Tub Philadelphia correspondent of
the Chicago Tribun gives the following
account ot the expose of the pious fraud.
Jospph Henry Sbrsck, a member ol the
old Swedish church In tliut city. Slirack
pretended to die and come to life sj;ain.
about ten days ago. Since then he hitf
been supported by his brethren. Hli
caso has attracted great attention, and
accounts o! his resurrection have been
published In nearly every newspaper In
tbe country. He pretended to have ex
perienced the ecstacies ot heaven. Tin
church of which he is a member his in
vestigated the case, and the result Is that
the pastor who was to have administered
communion to liiiu re I used to do so,
and attending pliyallMan diSCODtllHled
his visits, blirack proves to be a disru-
putuble character whore only uotoriet)
heietolore was the giving of remarkable
ujtrtinnients, known la England a
"drugs." His particular delight was to
Invite his own particular friends, all
men, to what he called a "drag," an
English term, wherein half the company
would be attire I In women's clothes and
the remainder dressed In their proper
costume. A woman was 'never seen to
enter the house save the housekeeper.
At one of these "drags" Shrack boasted
tliut his evening dresj hud cost him
$350, and the expenses of the night
reached J1.500. Dr. Cantrell says:
" Shrack undoubtedly had ncrvou
spasms ot the heart, but he
believes they were produced by
an effort of bis powerful will. IIo Is
capable ot preventing, to a certain ci
te ut, the lull volume of air going Into
his lungs, and thus Impairing the full
action ol bis heart. This be can do by
drawing up bis shoulders, keeping his
ribs still, and making tbe muscles be.
tween the ribs rlgll and this I have de
tected by making an examination of hi
lungs. I found him to be a perfectly
healthy man, ami 1 believe hi in to be an
impostor and a scoundrel, and a dan
gerous man to the community. Con
cerning bis trance, f really und honestly
believe that he carried this thing too
tar, and It was a real partial suspension
of animation beyond his control, and
had it not been that the cold air was al
lowed to circulate around tbe body an 1
shock the nervous system, producing a
reaction, he woald probably bave never
recovered, and It would bave been a
good thing for tbe community if he had
not." The member of the Old Swedes
Church unite In tho belief that Shrack
had but started upon a systematic
course to obtain money from them bi
false pretenses. He has told some of
them since bis miraculous recovery lhat
an Atlantic City holel-heoper proflured
hlra free board during all of next sum.
user, and that an amusement manager
bad offered him $25,000 to exhibit hlro
self as the dead man come to Hie, "but,"
said Mr. Shrack, "I should not accept, I
am a consistent Christian."
A Ten Months' War.
Philadelphia Korth America.
This bas been a ten months' war. It
wss on the 20tU of January, 1877, that
the conference, at Constantinople, was
adjourned, the Turks refusing tbe terms
proposed, and General Ignatlell, the
Russian ambassador, left Constantinople
aweckhtcr. The first Turkish parlia
ment wss opened by tbe sultan In per
son, on March 19th, and' twelve day
after the Russian protocol was signed lu
London, and as soon rejected by tbe
Turks. The war began at once, tor ten
days later Kussla declared her Intention
of occupying Bulgaria as a guaranty tbat
tbe Turkish relormi would be carried
out, and on the 23d ol March, three days
later, Russian troops crossed the Pruth
Into Roumanla. Three days titer ws
tout ht the flrit eBnnmant of thaa
I near Batoum, and the Ruastaxi were rt
poised. Thus Russia went Into tbe con
flict, single-handed and without hope of
intervention by any of tbenther powew.
On May 31st, llonmanla preplanned fi r
Independence, and declared war agalmt
Turkey. On June 'J2d, 23d, and 24tb, the
RubkIhiis crowed the Danube at three
places, and on July 10th were In thc l
Balkans, where they took complete pos
session of the Shipka Pass. On tbe 30th
and 31st came the great bsttlo of Plev
na, wbleb was a disastrous defeat for the
Russians, and cost them 20,000 men. In
tbe latter part of August they were
driven out ol the Shipka Pass, and the
history of the war beconn- ; r.ott a
blank, until November 18. "i. " Kars
surrendered with 300 guns and 10,000
prisoners. This was the first great suc
cess of the campaign, which, up to that
time, had cost 71,000 lives. .Meanwhile
Osman Pasha had been shut up in Plev
na since the victory of July, and he sur
rendered unconditionally on December
9, his army having suffered terribly.
This was tho deathblow to Turkish
hopes, and all danger being over, Servla
declared her Independence, and proceeded
to wage war on Turkey. The peace ne
gotiations were begun soon alter, but be
fore they were concluded General Oourko
had completely routed Sulemun Pasha in
a three duys' engagement, beginning on
" Hklkn's Uabiks." This work w ac
knowledged to be the best selling article
in our bjokstores. Druggists, however,
say that Dr. Hull's 11a by Syrup sells
better than any other inclicino. It Is
perfectly harmless mi l iilwr. reliable.
Price 23 cents abot'lo.
Tub iudiflerence with winch so many
people regard a cough or cold is truly
unpardonable. These aflectlons otten
lead to consumption, and sliould be
cheeked In timo by me of Dr. Bull's
IIhvb Vwii Tried If.
Wc r.'lcrto that most remarkable com
pound, Dr. Morris' .Syrup of Tar, Wild
Cherry and llorehound, for coughs,
cold;1, blood tiplttmg, weak lurig. croup,
whooping cougb, asthma, brimrhlti-i,
and nil discuses of the lungs und throiit.
Probably no similar preparation ever be
fore so ijiiieklv found its way Into public
lavor as this. Its sule in cur cointirinlty
is simply enormous. Those who have
been disappointed in other so-called
renied'es, are specially invited to try
this. Be sure to get the genuine Dr.
Morris' Syrup of Tar. Wild Cherry and
Horehound. There are Imitations in the
market. Look out for them. Tral
size, 10 cents, itigulnr sizes, 50 cents
and one dollar.
M)LD BY BARCLAY" BROS.
Very pleasant, and always effective Is
Prol. Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup,
and no physic required. Ask us. 2-Ulm
The edition of 1873 ol the sterling Medl-
cal Annual, known as Hostetter Alma
nac, is now ready, and may be Stained
free of cost, of druggists and general
country dealers In all paris ot the United
States and British America, nnd indeed
in every civilized portion of the Western
Hemisphere. It combines, with the
soundest practical advice tor tho preser
vation an 1 restoration ot health, a btrge
amount of Interesting and amusing light
reading, und the calendar, astronomical
items, etc., are prepared with great care,
and will be found entirely accurate, The
issue of Uostetter's Almanac for 1878, in
the English, German, French, Welsh,
Norwegien, Swedish, Holland, Bohemian
and Spanish languages, will in all proba
bility be the largest edition of a medical
work ever publlhed in any country. The
proprietors, Messrs. Hostetter & Smith,
Pittsburg. Pa., on receipt of a two cent
stamp will forward a copy by mail to
any pet son w ho cannot procure one in
Laraer limn Life t
On receipt orjl.60 I will end to any
address an Imported French Microscope
lhat will magnify over 500 times any
small object. A very metul and instruc
tive instrument, brass mounted aud put
up In a neat case, warranted as recom
mended or the money refunded,
Ita magnllying power is so great that
living objects can be readily discovered
in a drop ot water, and for examining
small objects, all manner ot Insects, the
texture oi cioins, c, aeiectmg foreign
matter In suirar. flour and nilni artinK.a
of diet, for detecting counterlieit money,
and a hundred other useful purposes, it
will be found Invaluable.
An endless source of amusement for
the coining winter eveulngs. Sent by
man on receipt ui pi ice.
SEAVEIt & CO.,
Cl Park Place. N. Y. City.
Vital weakness or depression: a weak
exhausted feeling, no energy or courage;
the result ot mental over-work, Indis
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system, Is always cured by Humphrey's
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up and Invigorates the system, Imparta
strength aud energy stops the drain and
rejuvenates the entire man. Been used
twenty years, witn perfect success by
thousands. Sold by dealers. Price $1
per single vlul, or $5 per package of five
vials aud $1 vial of powder. Sent bv
mall on receipt of price. Address
Humphrey's Homeopathic Medicine
Company, 109 Fulton street N. Y.
The Merry Day of.oid,
III reading of tho middle ages one Is
struck by the accounts given of teats of
strength, etc, of the hie actors ol those
times. Tbe suits ot atmor worn, would
certainly Indicate tbe possession ol treat
er physlclal strength than Is developed
oy men in these latter days. What
wrought the ohangs? Men lived In the
merry days a more outsdoor life than thla
advanced civilisation ot ours can afford.
There la greater coniutnptlon ol brain
matter, and that Increased demand on
mental and physical power necessitates
the use of a pure Vegetable, atlnulant
tonic, such at the Heme Stomach Bits
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It Is not advlsablo for any of us to over
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A Oeuile II lul.
In our sryle ot climate, with its sudden
chanjceR ot temperature rain, wind and
sunshine otten Intermingle in a single
day it is no wonder that our chil ren,
ii lends and relatives are so frequently
taken from us by neglected colds, half the
deaths resulting directly from this cause
A bottle ot Bosehee's German Syrup kept
about jour home for immediate use will
prevent serious sickness, a large doctor'
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German Syrup is now sold In every town
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Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, andDeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHTNE
'Lat week I bought a 10 cent package of Wanbtne and done my vr anblng in one hall
tbe usual time at loss than bait tbe cost ot Soap. Mr clothes were wbl er. I did not
have to rub them, and it did not idirirjk my woolnns, and for onee I was enabled to got u
hot dinner on Mondny. Iso ladles tiy It, and you w 111 save labor, time and money. ltl
perfectly eiifo to use It. ilttS. A.
5 and 10 cent Packages. Buy WA SHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail,
Golden Lion Cologne-0' EaniuDabni8t?!:anoe
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
Coarse and Fine Combs,
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
French, English and American Perfumery
Tho Best Extract of Buchu,
Holmans'Ague Pads, Woods'
Quinine, Smith's Tonic Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, WraDmng Patifir onr, Twino
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
Fare Imported Hoy Kuiu, Nplendld-Canada Tar
nuup- ungimu ana American Soap-Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extracts In orlgl
nal Bottle or in Broken Qnantl-
H w wanted at loir price.
Tho Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by tho U. S. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
U. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rate the
same with Insurance Companies, Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Table Use-Verv Cheau
The Best Trusses, All Styles
and Hair Brushes
Blacking, Stove Blacking
Wax Flower and Artists Materials
of Almanacs Free to All
Sarsapariila and Blood Purifier
and all Ague Medicines
At Barclayo Drug Sioro.