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BfadlaR JIattw Kverjr Pngr.
JOHN H. OBERIjY, editor.
Mr. Brlce-SemliP, n tncrclintit of New
Orleans, mid Mr. Tlieze, n joiinp limn
,v'cl-knon In that city, both cltl7en of
IhH country on their arrival in Krnnw,
oinc time agOi wlilllicr llicy had jjono on
n MiiIucm tour, were, wo learn Irom the
Kcw Orleans Timet, both arrested by the
mitlioritlcJ, and after undergoing nn cx
umluattfn, wsro fountl vllablo to bo col
scripted, and were Imtnedlalely sent to
Africa, where they are now doing milita
ry duty. What are wo rotng to do
IMPORTANT T MKDIIMI, NIT.
ThcTrnsleci of'tlic Louisville Medical
College (Louisville, Ky.) have, in accord
nnce with the provisions ot their charter,
tabllshed a Uencilclary System whereby
any voting man st tidying mcdlcincand be
ing tmaliio.to pay for his cdticatlon.niay re
ceive a Uencilclary Scholarship, which re
lieves him ot payment of the l'rofc.'soia'
fee. The public will be pleased to learn
that thi well known College has abol
ished all fees for its diplomas ; the Fac
ulty being thus wholly uninterested pe
cuniarily In the result of all examinations
for graduation. For particulars address
IX-anofI.oufsvlllcSIullc.il Col lew, K
Second street. Jibtifarlllo, Ky.
talks i.i hi: a ioi.ici:wax.
The UazHte says that a l-'ourthwnrdcr
remarked to hi4 neighbor the other day:
"Von shot at my dog, sir."
To this the neighbor replied:
"Id ontca lie.-ulaui nlfld Ids lr ! Wliatu
tvyo nag Oingt odoab otillt'r"
'i'lils is the kind of Latin that Is taught
at immense expense, to the great disgust
of all Tax-Payers' Associations, In the
Public High .Schools, and being transla
ted Into KnglMi is a follows:
"1 don't care a d n If I did I What
tiro you polng to do about It '''
We leave it to .Mayor Winter, If that
Foiirthwardcr don't talk like n police
After all, the rewards ollurctl by the
Board of County Commissioners of
Williamson Is "something." The of
ficial order Is published In the
.Marion Monitor, nnd Is that
a rcmird of one thousand dollars be "paid
by the county of Williamson, for the ar
rest, apprehension nnd conviction of each'
and every murderer of David A. Uulll
ntr, James Henderson, Vincent Jllnch
ellffand William Spcnce. If rewards
had been ollcred when Bulllncr nnd Hen
derson were killed, very Jikcly the other
murders would not have occurred, from
which we may learn that a little extrav
agance In clForts to secure the jituiMi
mint ol any murderer may, and very
probably will be economy. If now all
the murderers Implicated in the vendetta
tliould be arrested nnd convicted, Wil
liamson county will be bankrupted; but
the little word, "convicted" is a sure
protection of the count v trcasurv.
INCAl'T. HAMIILKTOX A I'OOI.?
The Mound City .Journal acknowl
edges that Capt. Ilamblcton agreed
witli Messrs. Willis and I.ooney, in their
action about the soldiers' monument, but
still Instils that they are corrupt and lie
"What Willisana Looucy lUd about
the monument, proves tbem," says the
Journal, 4,to be corrupt men ; but, al
though Capt. Ilamblcton was a party to
all they did, he is not corrupt."
"Why, how can such a thing be'? How
tan you say Willis and I.ooney are cor
rupt, and that Ilamblcton U not if be Is
guilty ol what Jmtltles you in charging
them with corruption';" This wc ask.
"The truth Is," the Journal responds,
"usually when two Radicals arc appoint
ed to do anything one Democrat of easy
virtue-a stealer is appointed with
thein, If the commission is of three ; but
In appointing llaiublcton, the Governor
mined hh mark. Ilamblcton Is not a
rascal, h.; i only a fool. He Is a boat
builder, but knows nothing about anv
'liig else. He Is so stupid Ids wife eaii
. ot trust htm to buy a load of turnips
'vcn. Ho became the easy prey of his
wicked associate- on the commission.
Acy persuaded him against his judg-
"'cui mat Kmtry & "Co.'s design was
""i i uiey persuaded bltn'.llvo statutes
were as good as four, at the price of live :
""j lW'suautd lilm shabby workmanship
oi me ben character," ,cc.
'ins l u downright Insult to
apt. Jlainblfctoii, nnd we have no doub
oum prefer to be called a rascal than
oe considered ns great a tool as Potter
On o'wr part, wubeUevu Cnwt. Jlnv.iblc-
ton Was the ablest commlsMoner, and tlmt
ail were perfectly Honest in the perform.
unco oi tneir duties while building tl
JAMiKOX COl'XIY l,AWI.i:s.HMAN
iuciacKson county papers of last
tycek contain nn account of the opera
iions oi me Kit-Kiux in that county Intel;
which shows that. In some respects. Jack
boh Is not far behind its sister countv of
Williamson. With not much embellish
mciit, the revelations of the Jackson
county papers might be translerrtd to
tho pigetofL Mootl-and-thuuder novel,
where tUeyTwouhl compare favorabl y;w It h
the turimriff'accouhti ol the dare-devil
adventure ol i-Mtirrill or a Duval.
About a week ago, two farmers, Ren
ben Jenkins aud Win. Anderson, living
near Ava, In Jacktmi cnimie. n-nni in
tlmt village and dUpond of a load of
driving along the country road, they
wert ooiifronted by two men, "wearing
tfWU utrlpc aowu theouUideofeaehlc"
. A re www tut on each brcait, with ,",',
Md wuk tai lQ one pi( ibe only open-m-)?-"
Que of these men
topped the team, the oilier, iu approved
MthWBWU style, drew n revolver and
demanded of the farmers their money.
The farmers denied having any, the rob'
bcrs Merc Inexorable, and after a little
parley, fourteen dollars nnd n jvntclt
which one of the farmers had, pased
into, tlio possession ol the robbers. After
this the transactions were brought to n
close nnd the robbers permitted the Inr-
niers to move on.
'i ne next victim wn .Mr. Andrew
mew, wnom uic lilchwavmcii i-ollr-vr-il
oi n lew dollars. They then ma.li. tl.l
way to the farm lioue of a Mr. Mnrimit.
compelled him to sit down In n chair.
iiiic uiey searched the house, but found
nothing they cared to take. An old man
working In a Held next claimed their nt
leuuon. iney went to him and de
manded money. Ilc told them he had
none, but If they would go with him to
mu nouse, ne would give them some
They went, the old man entering in ad
vance oi inem, uttc when they saw him in
the doorway, not wltha purse but with n
snot gun in his hand, tliev ran awn v.
Subsequently, these two men were ar
rested and lodged in the .lackson county
jau ni Jiurpiiysboro where they now arc.
The name of one is Montgomery Steven,
who has served a term of three years in
the State penitentiary for hoie stealing
nnd who has been home from .Toilet only
about three months. The Identity ol the
oiner one appears to be not well estab
lished. Keports conflict as to whether ho
Is one Urown who stands Indicted for tlio
murder of his- allier-ln-law In 1872, or
William l-'Jood, who lives near Avn.
The arrest of the two men was brouirht
about by the operations of a vigilance
committee to which the people of Jack
son county; in the neighborhood of Ava,
have at last resorted as a more ellli-ient
protection against ku-khixl-ni and law
lessness than the slow and uncertain
working of Hie law. Twenty disguised
men went to Steven's house, made him
get up and go beforo them to n eornlleld,
and there, by order of (lie captain or
leader, ho was shot until he was wounded
In both arm and otherwi.-e crippled.
He then, according to a statement mado
afterward by himself, sought Flood, his
companion iu crime both made their
way to Miirphysboro where they were
arrested by the sheriUof.Jaekson county.
This last kit-ljlux operation In Jackson
county Is of a piece with many hinillar
outrages which have been committed In
Jackson, Salfiienud Williamson counties.
Jtobblng men, whipping them, compel-1
ling them to dance and dug on their own
porches, Sc, Ace., nrc old-time amuse
ments with the ku-klux of Southern Illi-
nols. In no one iustanca hasn single one
of tlicni Ijceji brought to justice. The
vigilance committee of Jackson county
apparently mean business. Since iegitl
mate means have either failed or have
never been apnlietl to the wiping out of
tne disgrace of Southern Illinois, not
even law-abiding citizens will complain
at the irregular manner iu which punish
ment is Indicted upon the lawless.
TIIK WENTMIXNTKR ItKVIEH' FOB
The WtntmintUr Rteiew, for July, lias
just "appeared fiom the pre-s o"f the
Leonard Scott publishing Co., II Ilar
clay sfrect, Xow Vork. Contents as fol
Sunday and Lent.
The Paeillc Islanders' Protcctlor Hill.
Education iu Prussia nnd Kngbind.
The Culcwar of llarodn. '
House Ventilation and Worming.
Tim Uvldonwi r nosign ln"NiUnrc.
Article L, beginning with Lent, main
tains that there are no valid ecclesiastical
reasons for observing It, traces Its history
"In the early Christian church nnd In tl.e
time of the Reformation," and refers io
such of the various practices and '.crc
montes connected with It as arc likely to
prove Interesting points of contrast be
tween the past and present ; and then dls-
usses the question of the observance of
Sunday, the nature of its authority-, and
the degree ot Its obligation.
Article II. A dissertation on the deca
dence of histrionic art enters largely Into
this article, which Is rather an essay on
Macrcady and the character of the stage
than a lcvlew of tho Itemlnlsccnsecs.
Article Hi. "When a gas assumes a
form so far dlllerlng from Its normal form
us to bej practically a distinct gas, It Is
called by chemists allotronlc. Thus
ozone Is allotropie oxygen. Xow as
ozone dlllers from o.vygcn, so docs Mr.
Hawels' Christianity dlller from the
Christianity of the Xew Testament.
Hence wc have ventured to give to the
cllglous system set forth by Mr. Hawels
name of Allotroplu Christianity."
'1 be article Is devoted to "the tonsldera
llonol Mr. Hawels' theory" "of what Is
called Natural Iteli'dou. and tlionii
theory of Christianity."
Article) i. relates to the slave (ratio
now vviieiieed among the natives of the
ouui hcii iMaml.
Article V. A hUtory and comparison
of tl.e Uililsh nnd Prussian educational
Article VI. 'j'bc Uulcwar halug lid-
itu into lawless pr.icliees iu regard to his
uhu fciuycets, nun ix.L. n-monstratcd
with by tho Jiritlsh rjovernment, is sup
posed to have instigated an attempt to
poison Colonel Phayre, the liritl'-h Itcsl
dent at his court. The government is
slow aboul taking any deckled steps In
regard to the matter, and the Incfllcicucy
ot the Anglo-Indian administration is
Article VH. explains the evils to which
we are subjected by cold draughts and
waut of proper ventilation, and gives a
plan for supplying house with an un
limited supply of pure wanned air.
Article VUI. This long and interest
Ing aitldo carefully reviews the evi
dences ol design in nature, coming to the
conclusion that they are not only Inmlll
dent, but absolutely null. It then irlves
a hypothetical sketch of thu history ot
creation, based upon the theory of
"transformation by natural selection nnd
survival of the fittest."
The reviews under Contemporary Lit
erature arc as full as usual.
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JfAltKH IT THO NMAI.I. lllll IT
' !:. am i rm;x i:mks
THAT IT KVKK M.OATIUI
Some time ago, when the rains were
falling In this region night and day, and
another deluge was. threatened, we cried
aloud to Prof, t'ndcrwood, the gentle
man who know everything about the
creation and also about the old deluge
and the "ark" that ho believes never
floated. We were then nbpttt to order nn
ark from dipt, ilamblcton ; and remem
bering that the Professor had said in
Cairo that the lllblo ark was a very small
boat, not largo enough for even an ordi
nary deluge, wo wore desirous of ascer
taining lis exact size, so wo might have
Hainblelou make us alarger one. Luck
ily the Professor heard our cry, and
sends in the Information we desire, lie
tells how small it was, and what II
couldn't hold, as follows:
Xow I will examine as to (he sie ut
the ark, and Its capacity for holding all
that it is said to have cantalned. The ark
was aoo cubits long, CO cubits broad and
'M cubits nigii; and that allowing tin;
cubit to be Is Inches, would make the ark
l'.nl. i i ..... . ..
ivujf, io urouu aim io ingii : or sup
posing 22 Inches to the cubit, the ark
would ho (mO feci long, 111 broad and o5
lil-'li. Total cubic cniitf-nlo rr 1 1 ,. ni-ir
would be 10,1.071 cnlili- vnnU. 'n.n ..-i-
had three stories. I will allow space for
the thick lloor, and give the spare room
at 102,000 cubic yard", w hleh Is a high es
timate, as Scott in ids commentary
only makes it C'J,120 yards. Tliu
number of the varlom species of animals,
etc.. are :-lHrds 8,000, which multiplied
by 11 (i pairs) the number taken Into the
ark, would givo us a total of IP' 000:
mammal's from the moue to the do
nhaut. 1.832 by 2 fl nalrl nivi. :u;i:i.
clean beasts, 177 by II, gives 2,178; rep
tiles (noii-aipiatlc) 157 by 2, gives 111 1; aril
eiiiata, from the gnat that dances in the
siui-ucam to tlio Brazilian butterlly,
which measures 1 1 inches Irom tip to tip
Ul W lime, f OV.UWU JV tIlVO I.iiIHIIMMI-
in uiTuiiiiiig annuals -i,ouj y 2, gives
l ncse iiuuwl together realize a to
tai ol 1,(j2S.2.0 living creatures to be
taken Into the ark. These beasts could
not bo plied one upon another like cord
wood, nor crowded toa-cther tiromUi-n.
uiisiv. ouuij vi iri'caLiiiiL-Kiii..s ivnniii iu
reuulrcd. and room needed Tor i-Yfn iii.-
also tor the attendants to suiinlv tint -ii'il.
mals with food. Xext the food lor all
ineso annuals wouiu occunv cons U era
uiuiuuiii. iiiu iioic represents uod as
saying, "Take tl.ou unto thee of all food
. .... . v.
thai Is eaten, and thou shalt gather it to
nice, anu u sunn uc lor lood lor thee and
for them." Wc are further told that "ac
cording to all that God commanded
oali, so did be." 'the duration of the
ueiuge was suen mat an immense nuaii
tlty ol loot! would be required. Accord
ing to thu lllblo (tien. 7,11; 8,13) the
llood lasted one year and ten davs. Tim
Hood began on the seventeenth day. of
,uu fi'uuiiu niuiiiii ui me mx UUII
urciiin year oi Aoaii's life, and ter-
ininateu on tne-Jdii day or the second
month of tho six hundred and llrst year.
Tills would make the llood occupying
one year and ten days ; but wo are told
iu the Ullile. that Xoah and his family aud
tliu animals went Into the ark seven days
before the llood began, and they must
have had something to eat during that
time, consequently we have to provide
food for these l,CJ8,'j(5 animals lor one
year aud seventeen days. There are two
species of elephant, the African nnd the
Indian. An elephant will eat -100 pounds
of hay iu -'I hours, conenucntlvit would
cat nearly To tons during the time puf the
closing oi tliu arK, nun uie lour would
require TOO tons : 14 rhinoceroses (7 spe
cies) 7.'. tons each, 1,().M); 2,17s clean
ueasts, sucn us oxen, cik, k,.,u"-'.
camels, decrs, antelopes, sheep, goats,
Horses, '.corns. ii,",l"""i .uuuius,
umiitupinls, etc., would require two tons
each, total i,9.V tons, giving a total for
the whole ot the annuals ot U.300 tons of
hay. Allowing 18 cubic yards iu a ton,
which Is very small Indeed, it would oc
cupy 1 1:1,-100 cubic yards, or according to
Scott's estimate of the capacity of the
ark, 11,100 cubic yards more
than thu size of the ark.
Or again, according to Kgvpt
lan measurement 10,071 yards more than
tho size of the ark. A vast quantity ol
grain for thousands of birds, rodents and
other animals, and large granaries for
storage would be required. Flesh would
be needed lor llcsh eating animals, of
whom there in..Jk have been nt least
3,000, such as lions, tljjers, wild eats,
wolves, bears hycanas, leopards, Jackals,
dogs, loxes, weasies, eagles. condors, vul
tures, buzzards, hunks nnd serpents. All
cat their weight in a month. Aiioncats 15
pounds ot llesh per duy. The four (there
are two species) would cat 22,000 pounds
a year. If the 3,000 flesh eating animals
average a pouiius 01 nesii per day, it
would require that 2,111 million pounds
bo stored up. Since dried, sinoued or
salted meat would not answer, it must
have been taken In the ark alive, and
killed as required. Thu live stock requi
site would be equal to 300,000 sheep
weighing 75 pounds each,' forming a
great addition to thu cargo of the urk
which is alicady sinking. A great quan
tity of hay would aUo have to be provided
for them. Fish must bo secured for ot
ters, minks, pelicans, gulls, klugtlshers,
cormorants. Largo tanks would be re
quired, and they would take up consid
erable space. Tho water would have to
bo often changed. Many animals live on
Insects. What an Innumerable number
w ould have had to be provided. lOsnecies
of goatsuckers, 11 (7 pairs) or 2C(1 birds
would have to bo provided witli Insects;
137 species of flycatchers multiplied by
11 gives 1018; 37 species of bee-caters
multiplied by 1 1 gives 51S. llesldcs these
Insects lor swallows, swills, martins
thrushes, Ac. would bo required. Ants
lor ant eaters. The great ant eater of
noulli America sometimes incjisnn.s
eight feet In length. They live wholly
011 ants. Many bushels ot ants would bo
2"1 fu' tkeni alone. A hundred men
2111,1'01 lV enough In six mouths,
cull to preserve. Consider how many
sec etious, leaves, sap, llowers, pollen
mid honey. Wood, bark, honey, nigh
have been provided, but green' leaves
?? V' i10).'-?1?. 'V"1 potlcn how abou
them Thirty Insects live on the notti...
i w-o Hundred on the oak. The oak must
fs , 1 LUIlu,llu to supply thein
...... .uuu. iiiSo grcennouses must
nine eeu proviueu to suit the plants of
juiii iL-niiieniio ami tropical climates.
I-ruitiniisthavo been provided for the
monkeys, for plantain eaters, fruit pi"
cons, and other birds. Dried fruit would
not do. Large greenhouses would again
bo necessary to raise all sorts of fruit,
for the fruit eating birds and animals!
1 hen wo must not forget that there were
only e glit ijersons to uttend to all these
animals. Nearly all would require food
and water once a day, many tw ice. In a
menagerie, one man takes caro of lour
cages leeds, cleans aud waters tho ani
mals. Iu the ark each person, Ineludinir
inKS"'! ."".,8t te'0 utt0,,(lw -l day to
11,000 birds -153 mammals, 309 clean
beasts, 11 1 non-aquatle reptiles, 1,160 air
breathing animals, 18,750 nrtleulata.
'IJiey must have been kept pretty well
employed. But another question Is, how
were the animals obtained nnd how
did g tlicy exist. Animals nrc
limited to countries, outsldg of which
they arc never found In n natural state.
Here again, there an! other Innumerable
questions In connection with this subject,
which might be put. How did they get
light or air, bearing In mind, there was
only one small widow provided. How
did they subsist on coining out, consider
ing every living creature, excepting
thcin'elves were dead V How did thellsh
and plants survive and wo read of no re
creation? Whence came the wnter?
Where' has it gone? Hearing all the
faels I have related, In mind, no Intelli
gent person can arrive at nnv other
conclusion than Ibat there was lio such
l.v a lale "peceli at Syracuse, Xcw Vork,
Cov. Tlldcn said that in his Journey In
the Slate ho had been frequently followed
by person-", asking for their friends, nnd
for those in whom they were Interested,
pardons from the prl-ons and pcnltentln
ilc. "I have," lie went on, "been com
pcllcd to look Into such c:ise3 nnd see
w ho are thu Inmates of these Institutions
and of what they have been nccthcd to
see what It is that constitutes the wrong
to society of which they have been con
victed. When I have compared their of
fences In their nature, temptations, nnd
circumstances with the crimes of great
public delinquents who claim to stand
mnongyniir society tllld IllC COIlfcS-
edly prominent among their fellow clll-zens-crhncs
repeated and continued year
idler year I am appalled at the inequal
ity of human Justice."
Piti:iii:.vr Git.i.M and ;all tho tnein
hers of his cabinet are absent from Wash
ington City. Hut the season Is rolling
around, and when the nights get a little
knger ami a little cooler, tho President
mill his ndvl-ers will roll Into Washing
ton for the winter.
Tin: new Institution for feeble-minded
ehlhhen has been located at Lincoln, con
trary to general expectation. The com
missioners have decided to purchase forty
acres of land there for seven thousand,
live hundred dollars.
At an amateur concert in Carml the
oilier day, .Miss Georgia Phillips sang:
"When Craudinaina Is Cone," having
especial reference to the suggested Jour
ney of Grandmother lteverldge Io Phila
delphia. Ki. Ci..tiiKi: asks: "Will" somebody
hi St. Louis use his influence with Prof.
Tlce to get him to make a dryer arrange
ment for the weather V"
Coiirt-reni'o nrilm ;i-rur Willi llio
NlMTlll of WlllliiiiiMtii ('utility.
Si'i!iX(itiKi.i, Ills., August U. The
Democratic committee (or this county has
fixed the convention to nominate candi
dates for August 23.
To-day nt niflalo, iu this township, the
mcffiod of the execution of law In Il
linois was fully Illustrated. A lellow
named Daniel Redmond was being ex
amined before a justice on a charge of
rape, "d being unguarded by theolllcers
lie slipped out ol the justice's room and
Mr. Xoah K. Xorrls, slierih" of Wil
llamon county, was itere to-day to col
lect from the Stale Auditor the amount
due for carrying to .loliet the prisoners
sentenced at thu late term of the Circuit
Court. The governor sent for lilm and
talked a long time about the troubles,
and Irom the fact that tho governor has
olleu written to this officer on the suject
without receiving any reply, It is Inferred
that lie would not have appeared at the
governor's olllco except upon pres
sing invitation. It appears from what
Xorrls says that the good people of the
county have arranged to take such ac
tion as will secure the arrest of the mur
derers and their trial before the courts.
Of their conviction there Is, Mr. Xorrls
said, no doubt if the many witnesses can
be assured of protection.
Tho governor said ho would send
troop? into the county if that would do
any good, but Ihl- the sherlfl did not
think would have any beneficial results.
He said the people had been afraid to
move in the matter but now would, he
thought, lake active steps to restore or
der. The governor urged upon hhn tho exe
cution of his duty and assured hhn of ac
tive aud stiflicicnt support.
From Poor's Iluilroad Manual we take
tho following figures as to Illinois rail
roads for the three past years :
Mlle.4 ofi-alliou'l In tlio Statu, 5.171
Funded mid other debt
Total canlt il account
1, roes receipt lor year
Mile nf iniiioad In the State, U.Ss'J
Funded and udier debt
Total capital uecouut
(iroMim-Ii or year
Miles of railroad In the Mate, , "''
I H , 1 1 1 1, I fili.nl. A -J
.. ...n. ,
1-uni Jul and other debt
t otal cjptui account
-Net euru nits..
J i v Hen. U
, The uiidinilk-neil has the lileasare of iinnnuuc
hiir to the clllzeiu of Cairo and tho aurrouudlnK
country thai lie has established a
for the sale of Jowph Schunlder's cclebratetl
ST, LOUIS LAGER BEER,
nd on bhoiteit notice br will l) delivered
cold and ready lor tap.
TONY NlKDKItWIESEIt, Afient.
Depot under riautem' House,
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THE TOKLY BULLETIN.
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Communications upon subject of gen
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JOHN It. OHKItl.V.
I'resMent Cairo Ilr.lliiln Comimny.
Tho People's Remedy.
ThoUnivorsal Fain Ext actor.
Mot., AmU tor Pond's Extract.
Toko no othor.
"Ili-nr: fur I will mxuk of rxi-TU.nl tlilmco.
I nj 11 ri- to Man or lleusf.
Slriilns, .sprains, Contu
l'riii-liir-, Culs, Ijiktii-
iei or inciM-11 wouuUi
l Sil 1,1 ill r.i a
111B i.iiiiH or ict-iii
1 0111III111: i liiooil nnd
IMIcm - Jlleeitliifr" I'llen,
iiiiuui-iics, (iniallllile )
llr. Su-lllnr, j
Mlliriit-OH or .Soreness,
I.uinbuKo, Ijiir.e Hack,
sort Tliroal or Quinsy,
Horv or Inllainol Kyes or
iilarrli, U-ucorrhea ,
I Dlanliea, Dyeniery.
Mr Ml s, Inllaiued
I'll in fill or too l'rofuse
Mllk I.-tr, ovarian Ms-
ease and Tumors.
.('liiilinu-M und Ku-oi la
tum of Infants, or
Viirl(-N Vi-iim. i;.
largoi or Inflamed Veins
Ul r, old hores, Inter-
nolU, Carbuncles,' Tu
mor.,. II.it Ku-..llli..,u
Curiimiiid llunlons, dial
' ed or fnre Feet,
it lliiKN.IIarnessor Sad
Iloii orWIiillow, Frost-
cd l.lmbs or I'arts.
.Mosquito lutes. sc.ct
btliiKs, Clui)i.cl Hands.
IMIMI'H KXTIIACT U lor saleby all rlrwl
(.Iiinx Ilriiitirlsls.Kiiil recommended by
nil Drili.'l.'ists. I'hybicians, uud 'tj-ImmIj-
wlio Iiiih t'vi-r niil It.
I'limplili-t conlalninKillitoryiind Uses mail
ed free on application, Iruot found at jour
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
Now York mill London.
10 Hours Saved !
Cairo lo Evansvillc in 7 Hours,
Cairo & Vinoennes
Leavo Cairo. . . . .
Arrive at Uvansville,
l'aeseiicers for Kianavllle leaIiiL' Cairo via
Cairo l-Yiiiccniivw Itailroadnt In. m.,
make close connections at Carml, und reach
Kvunsrllle at II o'clock the same niornlnir.
TK. IIUI'HN hOOAUHIbnnby any other
route. M. II. liooilltlull,
JAS. MAU.OIIY, (Jen. I'miengerAKt.
rastcuKer Agent, (.airo,
K. I llolstroin. A. C. Meeker. A.J. Iloolc.
E. L. HEDSTROM & Co.,
Miners Si Shippers of
( "OSruecn street. Iliiflsln.
Obnkhai. OriitM, Cor. Adams Market St.
Also Agents for BlnsBburg&oal Co,
Will stand a tost of Strength of Ma
chinery that no other Machine will. Call
and see and bo convinced that this is
the best now in tho Market.
Tho Howq Machine Co.
Agency For Southern Illinois.
P. T. BENNETT, Manager.
CO 5 '
eH O c .
Great Reduction in Pricesj
Prints, Bloached Muslins,
Tablo Linens, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Urze stock ofWhItoOood. Victoria Uwm, Swl. Maralle, and a larcr Stock ol
Ribbons. I hl entire ntwk will be nold atactuil cot, and continue until It U cloM-d out. Call
tid U-eonTlnce-loflirwit Itargalna ! TKKMS sTItllT I.V l Abll.
Cornor Zigatb. St. and Commercial Ave
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF
DKUGOISTS' FANCY GOODS, COLLIER WniTE LEAD
WATT:rAJcIEKIAL' WINDOW GLASS, '
BRUSHES, SOAPS, COLORS OILS
TUBE 6oLORb', DXJS 'STUFFS
W of l!o!uT,f ool'iow.t'ncS1""te",.rcr.n
nile.1 with rellaU e u; at tonSu "ln"u"
WHOLESALE RETAIL, I CAIRO I RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION
74 Oblo Lovoe. I vaahlneton Av.. Cor. 8th St.
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR .
o 3 O
Machine , M
OF DRY GOODS
for Sale ut-
.V81?1?.' '''.'J-'If.'""? 'l ':meral Store. In wn
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