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JOHN II. OBEKI.Y, PROPRIETOR.
OtFJt UlirilUHKSf.
IMli:BnYTi:UIAK-B;,tl'j Street.
Preuchlng, Sabbath ul II) und 71 tun
Prayer meeting, Wednesday .it 7 p. tit.
iibh.ith School, ;t p.m. .1. J, l.aiisleti, rin
peiliitondeiit. Iti:v. II. I ha viiii, Pastor
Mi:TllOlI.VI'. or. i:igl.th nml Walnut bis
Preaching, Sabbath at III) a.m.. and 7 p. tu
Prayer mooting, Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Mhbatli S-chnoi, :i. p.m. I,. V. Stlllwel!,
i-upcrlntendeid. Iti-v. I". I.. Tiiomiwi.n,
Pa'.nr.
t iintcii ok Tin; iii:ii;i;.Mi:it-(i:pico-
J.nl.i
Morning prayers Sabbath 10) a.m.
Lwmiig prayers 7) p.m.
-k,i'il-.itli sdiool, 9 a.m.
I!i:v. C. C'oan, Hector.
J. PATIMCK'S ( Hl ItCII-Nlnth St. and
a-lilligtnti Avenue.
Public son fee, Sabbath S:lu iuil 10) a.m.
fix rx, . p.m.
r . ..r i
i p.m.
Si iVice every ilny. S .in
Jtl.v, P. .). O'Hai.i.uua.v, Priest.
T JOsLPIPm III. IU tl. (ftoruMii., ,t.
inrol Walnut and I ro ,lioul-. r
JIas 'irf .-nhhnth at 111 o'clock :i. m.
o-per., . p. in.
Jilt, during week davs i o'clock u. in.
liuv. i.'. IIofdian. I'r1tit.
di Umax i.irniKitANcnt'iicii txtii
sired between Wuliiu?lon Avenue ami
U alniit street.
I'na. hing Sunday morning at loo'i lock,
sabbath m-IiooI at ! nWi p.m.
l!i:v. c. Iitcn-ciixuii, Pastor.
101 NO ML.Vn UIIM.ST1A.N AboUA
'I ION. Itejnilnr inot'tln; ucund Jluuday
i j. .i mouth at their rouiii over Itockwell
A (. ' book Moro, Commercial avenue.
nfkly 1'rajcr mutii..', Friday, 75 p.m. at
lilt 'uom.
I.. W. Stii.mvi:i.i.. President.
I.UI.ND MIS.MO.NAUY ItAPTlST
HLIK II. Comer sycamore ami lrt
hrt street-. rri'ai-biiiK Sabbath at II
0 dork a. in. and 3 o'clock p. m.
h-ullilay School I o'clock p. in.
1 in dum b . connected with tlic llllnol-At.-ui
lallou, b) Hip l'lrt Millenary Hap-U-t
( hurcli ol Cairo.
lEl.v. ?ol.oMo.v LnoNAItH, Pn.tor.
A I ItIC AN ill; I IIODIaT.-l iiurtetnth, bu
IWl tll Wulllllt (UliJ Cellar.
aenlct, J-abballi, II a.m.
j'ibatli Siliool, lj p.m.
( lai mei-N at .1 p.m.
vl inMi rnrr. wit t. n 1 1 t t r
i uitli ,-irrvt.. botnven Walnut ami Ci ilar.
simciA .-.inuaui, i) aim a i. m.
Itt.v. N. lilCK-i, I'n.lor.
riti.i: wii.i. iiAi'iiji1 iiomi: jiiasio.N
--A1IISAIII SCIIOOI.. Corner Walnut
alil leilar Mrect.
ariatlt w hoot. !i a.ti.
rllM ritl.K WII.I. ItAIMIar CIKJIICII
i .ir ' llarrackii
.' (lKt, -abbatll II a.m., a p.m. A 7) p. m.
l!i:v. Wit. Kki.i.ly, 1'iMvr.
HI! . MI-MU.NAKY IIAPI IST CIIUIICII.
- eiJr, belw cen Ninth and Tenth 6t.
rrcaeliiliK .'abbatli, 101 a'i- ani1 i I'-1'1-I'raycr
luecllnif, WvdiitiMlay L'etillig
I'na. Iiliit.', rritl.ty vietilmr.
aV nli .-clmol, 1) p.m. John Vanllater
auil Jlarv Mephen. ,Supeiltiliidntf.
liKV. T. .1. MlultK, I'a.lor.
iro.Mi llAl'TIsT CIlt.'llCII-l'nrtcnt!i
Mre'l, between Cedar nd Walnut. The
till. ItaptM church rruugirireil by the A
chelation. sir .cv, .-abbalh, II a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
JIl'V. .Ucon UliAiiLKV. l.lder.
rKCUKT Oltl)i:US.
Tin: JUMiN".
I AlllO lOMMANIIKKY. No. H. Stated
cU'CiiiMy at Hie Aflum .Ma-onle Hall, llr.-t
a.jd tiilnl Jlonduy In each muuth.
VIKO COI'NCII., No. 21. Iteutllur tllVo
t tlun at Ma'onlc Hall, the recoud Friday
in each month.
vAIItO (HAIrri:it No. 7l.-ltfstilar Con.
oi .lion nt Ma.oniu Hall, on the third
'I nt -day ol cM'ry month,
I MltO I.OIXii:, No. 23; V.& A. JI.-IIckii-ur
Communication, at jla-onlc Hall, the
recolid and fourth Moinl.nsof each mouth.
Tin: oimm'ku.ows.
Al.UVANUKK I.OlKii:, 2il-MwU In Odd.
l ellow.' Il:.ll, In Arter'n Imtldilijf. ever)
Thlirnlay r euluj ut ? o'eloek.
STATU OFF I UK ItH.
(ioveinor .lohu I.. I!ucridgc. '
l.leMcnauMinvci-nor
.-ccrctary of Mato (Jcoree II. Harlow.
Auditor of .-into C. K. l.lpjiliuoU.
state Trcaturer C'n.per Km.
Atturuet (icneral JaiiHM K. KiNall.
auiit. Public In-truetion-Newtou liateiuati
co.vo iters jii:.v.
Senator? ltlfhard .1. OsU-hy anil .lohn A.
laO'rUll
lleproentatlvc Kishtcetitli DUIrict lace
It-n: -nts.
Mr.Miints niiNKit.vi. assi:miii.y.
Ilciil'i-ctil:itlei III tho With dl-fict.
John 11. Oherly. Wm. A. i.enina and .Math
e .1. Iii.core."
senator lor the Mill dlftrlet. .Iece are.
cor.vrY ori'icints.
CIIICUIT COUKT.
.liiUgo-I). J. Haker, of Alexander.
MakN Attorney Patrick II. 1'ope.
I ink -It. Yociim.
li rifl"-A. II. Jrvln.
Wm. Martin .netnr and '1 reaunr.
county counr.
JudKC K. llro-.
AociatcvI. i:. McCrite and S. Jlurclill
i in.
lcrk .lacob O. Lynch.
( oroner John II. Oorinan.
MI NICirAl. "oovi:un.mi:nt.
Mayor John JI. I.an-den.
Treasurer It. A. Ciinnliicliaiu.
t omptrollcr i:. A. lluriiuii.
I 'lcrk Michael Howley.
MaMial Aiiurcw ciun.
AttnriinvI'. II. l'olli'.
l'olicu JlagUtrate K. HroM and II. abau
nCiy.
Chief of Police I.. II. Myer-.
i,i:i.i:ct cou.noii..
Mayor .lohn JI. l.anden.
1 irlt Ward-1. O. Schuh.
Second Wurd C. It. N oodwanl.
Third Ward .Ino. AVood.
rotnth Ward-S.Slaat TuvIor.
Clty-at-I-arne W. 1. llalllday aud I),
llurd.
nOAUH or .iaii.iuir..T.
Kir.! Ward -Jamea Itearden, A.
II. Saf-
lord, li-auc Walder.
llu-
UCOlllI II HIM,.. . v, n ,
.lame Swavne.
u !'..;f.'i'-...l ' Win irnttoll. .1. II. 1'hlllU.
I hlid Ward Wm
Fourth Ward-J no
SeaM'. J. II. Jletcalf.
JI. I!ubluon, U. II.
rilVNH'IAN.
H. WAHDNUH, M. U.
Oillce ami lte-Uleiico 111 Commercial avc
niie, Ui-st Uuurtothc Alhcncum).
DT5. B, 0. TA11KH,
Will rotund tho practice ol I'iM'-;"'"
wiiii csnccial rctercncc to the i-lpctric.i
licatinent "I dUeascs i. all the new and i.u
proved lii(!thoi4 of nppllcatlon.
1 In all ca-en of tcuialu cuinplalnta a ad)
will bu In attendance.
OtUeelM Commercial atme, up tarn.
""VILUAM It. SMITH, M. 1).
I nSIDENOI-" No. It Thirteenth atre-et. J pf
K tweu WanhiDKtou avenue and Waluut tret(
Omoo-lJl Ooiniiicrcld avcnun, up utalrw.
0. V. DUNNING, M. D.
iESIIENCK-oinr.Nlnth and Walnut nt.
.ecomer hlslt lrcit and Ohio lvo.
TELEOR APHI6.
POLITICAL.
:i:. K.MOKV DKSIHIH .MOIili
DKFl.VlVK IXSTJM.'CTln.V.s
I'tum run wau dk.
iautmknt.
m: Tiii.s'ir.t a co i. us i o.v ok run
KKM.OCKi A .VI) MrK.VCV
TAUriONS I.M.MI.
NKXT.
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r.rc.
rn i.orMA.v.v TNoi'tti.E.
'WAiiiixaToM, April 10.-(!en. r.mory
laiettf'powl to tho aetlni: cretary nf
war tliit morning f..r additional (nitnic
limn in rtatd l0 tlw um of (n op in
Inl.ianri at the prctant lirha, and wpecl
ally upon tho print whetbor he wai to
rxd-nd nid tu tha Kellngg rjorornmcnt in
itn ' iul trmitilea.
Actlnn StcfBtary 1! bM..n ha. rp!ion
by dirtlnj; Orn. ISmory to protect the
ut i;ovornmnt from violence ond over
throw ciily, arid In mo the military In
aWins' tho KnjUil Statei ifflclal in
onlm: proctHar. If lha civil authnriti
f the tttitu nre pawarta t almiuiilor
I iw, anil nxjuire aMluanct, the j;oV'or
or lej-UIniuru inutteali anon the prMldent
in tltc rt-guUr war.
Oon. Kniory 1 d-
j inonl.be.1 that ha mmt not int'-rfVee in
! local diiHtaaloo Vetweun tha two parties,
unlet bjr orjwr of Ilia priidorit, aflor
riUltion by lb governor for tr op bat
been made.
A lOM'l ICT IMUIKrXT,
lien. Kmor.v uletmpni tbat there is
reat eieiUmant in w Orlrani, a-d
tbat a eoBflic. be'.waan the Kallogi; nr.d
JIcKnry faction ii Imminent.
AN HTATIO.S' IS SBW OKI.EAXK.
N.w Ohlkas., April 1!).-KJwnrd
Ilootb rrtcelve.1 an ovation to-day npoi
Wing releaed from I'jrih primn whe'o
he had len Incarcerated for twenty-four
hour by Hawkini, fo.- nllal cmtainpt
of iha tupn.'ina court, in coutianinK bui
ince, rufuiln; to pay Utti to Kllo-g
Collector Hiiwkim Imvin i tided n Ir.
jiinctiwn, r4trainii( liiolli from doing
further l.iui nan till lbs taxai w.-re paiJ.
Aprocaition with n bind of une
cor led .Mr. Hooth from prison through Ibe
priucipsl itrcctt to hit pluce of luilneM.
Tbey wero fretiaaily cheered slon the
mute.
Kr.i.i.oi.o nur.vici) is ii rii r
A tbe iroctMion pined Court, Camp
and (iravier tlreet, mi elllpy of Kllos;i
wai hunr to n lump )ot. I'bi' ofti.'y um
nflerward burned.
CASUALTIES.
i'adfi.Ij disastku o.v Tin:
STONING TON ANI) 1'HuV-
inp.wn jjail-
ItOAI).
HltlDGK I.S WASIIKH AWAY
ANI) T1IK TIIA1X UOKS
INTOTIIH t'HASM.
TH IS KK CAKS AND MANY
-SKNOKKS Ul'KNni).
1'AS-
TIU1STY I'lilSSONH I'.KI'OllTKI)
WOUNDKI).
THE
n.N'C.lNKKlt ANI) nitEJIAN
Dili ATTlIiClK VOSTS.
lil'C,
UTO.,
IvTC.
man watj:i;.
Mo.vtkkai, April 19. The lower part
of thli city U subincrt-ed j nlso the greater
rt of the town of (irlllen. Tho eMc
walki liavu lloated away, and bnaU nro
paildled about tho stroma. At tho Yilln;;
of Ij-i Prairie, owln(; to thu tud'len riso
of tho river, ico was driven with i;rcnt
violence into h numbar of limiii-s. No
lives were loit.
UKATII ON TUB UAH..
SroNiNfiUN, April If. A ilroidful us
c'ulent oecurrei to tho Hteaiubo.it train on
tho ttonin-jton nnd I'rovi'Joncy railroad
tliii morninp;, Tho train fell through tlo
bridge nt Richmond twitch; tlx cars 'vcre
burned, mid llftcou periom nro nuppwd
to liavu bouu killod. Tlio ueuideut win
can sod by n freshet. Nino bodies liavo
now bjon recoverod. Tho engineer nnd
ll r.Mii in
wi:iik in.'UNi:n tj a :ttr
At their iiokU. A dWimtch from Con.
i ductor Gardner sayj tha train w.h nil
I burned but tho iimgjlnj; car nnd tinother
I c"r. About 2U persons wore burned to
I doitb, nnd quite u number woundoJ. Tha
, bolloiof Wm. I). Gill, onineer, (loorao
, Kldrlde, llromar;, Albort Allon of l'rov.
iduuee, Creamor of lioiton, and two un
known perioni havo been recovered,
j ruimiEii rAHTirui.AiH.
, Sro.Nl.viiToN, Conn., April 111. Tho
stcainor Stoiilnutoit arrived bore- about a
n. m. Thoru wcro 170 pameni-i'rj tool;
tho 2:30 train from thl-i plaeo for l'ro.
doncu and lioiton At lllchmonil twitch,
idam acro3i n small mill utrcaui had been
. arricd away, lotting tho water frem Y.n
I i.J poud, whl h cuppllej power fur
CAIRO.
grist mil'.upon tbo r.tllriiad bridge, locatol
nbout Ibrne litimlred feel distant, corn
plelcly washing it away. No nne lin-d
near tlio poml, to that the Lreakirinwav
of tlu dar. was not huown till ibe train '
wat throw.'i
INTO Tmsi t :uM.
On of the Iron raid in thu opjutit..
track dnvun tliroub tne engine.
Wm. Gill, engineer anil (iaurgs) Hldridjfi
flrtman, '
UIKI) AT TUMI poai-i,
Ami ifialr clmrrl ronnlrn bare b.n,
Ukan from the re?kei online. Toe fi r
mr Umvm n family. The Mlted are
Mi'cif manor urn.
Seven ImJte-i barn been n c .vrl
Conductor Or rin (anliiaf myiml, Tbo.
Jfowlnti, brnVeniuu Jji erkioE!ifi'j'uw(l In
tltn tllfgti. All the other bralreman tt
CilSftt with slight lnjurlci. As far n
IlKOimU.KU.
In addition to the wounded, art Al
bert Allen of IrovMncs, Jerrv (;mrun
nf llMlon, John (,'allihan of New York.
There nre about
TamrT-ri vie wor.vnrn,
Sotne of whom are erloiily. It Is thought
overal Unites bare been w.ihwl down tbo
stream. The engine made a fearful leap,
patting over tha stream and Imbedding
lUelHt. the opposite embankmnnt. Three
pawen-er coarbet only burned,
TWO rlRT-l .At
Car", and one second -elan. The other
three cars burned w'ern what railroad
rnen uall bng -agi? fl it. The threo cars
that contained the baggage, uud ixpross
cars were what preventwl greitter loss of
life. The damaged bridge bi.s bon re
paired, tnd train nre again running on
time.
WHAT A I'lKKNOKK SAW.
.Ion at llalttrom, n iatsenger. gives tha
following account of the accident. He
wis on the left hand tide of the rear cm1,
of tho car; in front of him, on tbe oppo
site ld, near tbe ttovo, were two young
tnos, from twon'.y to twnty-fle year of
age, and directly behind them was llenj.
IS. Keapp, Jr., of lioiton. llalttrom, lin
inedinely after tbo shock, lienrd the two
young men and ICnapp cull for help to ex
tricate thctn, as thoy weru
WOl'MlKb AM) IIKLU KA?T
Uy the p!intered portion of the proceed
ing car. On reaching ICnapp, he found
his le was injured, nnd llabtrom nnd sev
eral others tei about to oitricate him and
the tar.i young men. Sitddtuly a volumo
of Hume ilint Into the car doort, and In
itantly tbe mats of splinters
WERK os VI UK,
Tho (times rushing through the ear as
quickly though the wood hud bee u
lot of bay. Tbe rescuers had barely time
to relievo ICnapp from hit position, wl.on
they wore obliged tu fl) for life, and tho
two unfortunstt) men were left to
THKIR TKKKIU1.E TAIK,
And burnrd to death in a few minutes.
L With tho exception', none of tbo occtl-
pint of tbU car were known to havo
perished, though quite a iiiiinlir bu I very
nsrrow escape i. .lutt before the fire
burst into the car, Iltlstrom nnd oilier
wore engaged in prying up a stovo wnieli
imprioned the two young men who weru
seted beside it. Tlio general opinion
among tbe paitengert seemed to be that
the lire caught from tho stove in the
second-clan ear, though tho
worn: wai Iionk
tioqiilekly that tho origin will probably
not ba deSnltely );nown, No ono yt ar
rival in Iloilou can gtvj n list of Uill&d,
nnd tho goDer.il citimu'.e U from eight to
twelve.
STKAMI.'H WKST WINIi .-tl.VK,
.Mkmi'iiis April 19. A dijpatc.'i re
ceived noro to-ni;lit tiy tlm ttnmor
West AVind.Iroui Ft. Smith to N ;r Or
leans, with BOO bilm cotton, funl; in fi feet
water below Ft. Smith to-day. No par
ticular!. CRIME.
TIIK VAUII1IS t'AsK.
Mi:ii'iiu, April 19. Lewis Ynugliu
Alias Frank i'urdett, charged with tlio
murder of lien. Ilindmau ut Helena, Ar
knni.x, on tlm night of September 27,
188S, was broulit beforu .ludo Ilal-ey of
tho (econd circuit court to-day on a writ
of habeas corpu-. .Mri. Hindaian wai tho
principal witness examined, nnd alter
hoitring bur testimony, and that of tho
cliont, tho police, Judge Hnltey remanded
the prlwner to jiil to await it reipiiilion
from the irorernor of Arkaittai whii.li t
m tho way.
MAKKET REPORT.
Sr. Lor lit, April 19. Flour unchanged
Wheat, nothing doing in fpring, No I! red
fallal J7 elevator; .No I tl'-U. Corn
tl r nt and higher, No 'J mixed 3DJc; No 1!
whito J'i. Oats tlrm.No 2 mixed hjQOc.
llyti in steady demand, No 2 Ode. fork
1) mi $17 2fi spot; adt seller Juuu and July.
) S meat tl r in , hhuuldur up country (ijc;
clear rib ullur .May hjc; clear tide luc;
hams lUfjilOle. Lnrd linn, country Bj.
Whiskey lioi"iger fc7c. Cattle llrm, extra
shipping te trci; fair to choice nativo steers
$1 '.'Cfoil bJij extra 5,7; stockurn ?:trij
I 75; Texau'i S'-'OilJ. ll"gs $1 t!5 19.
Mi:mvius, April 19. Cotton dull and it
shade lower; oidinnry lKalc; lw mid
dling 17j; rucelpt"M7i"; ihipuient 111;
stocks lo.tji; ). Flour dull but uuehunged.
Corn infill dull but unahniiged. Corn
good demand at oOfA-V-M, t'ats quiet and
uuchangnd. llav dull but unchanged,
llran dull and drooping at SI Mf;i I IJ.
lino hi fair deinrnd iita lutf 10. Lard
fair deiiuind and; choice leaf 9(5dUp.
Nkw Oiii.kans, April 19. Corn llrm
nt.r)Vii07e. O.its llrmor at 4rTJ i:Jo. lirnn
dull nnd lower at $23; clinioo S'-ili, l'rk
llriner nt 1 7 i- Lird ensier. rellned liorco
!'o: keg 9i'il'C- Culleo eniler ut 17f'i'
101c; others iinchaiige.U Sterling 7
Gold 17. t'.'ituii dull and unchanged,
sales 3,7uO; rt'ceiuU I.-iaii- eiporttln Liv
erpool o,'J30, oilier foreig'i ports 8,Cuy.
ILLINOIS. SUNDAY. APRIL
INDIAN AFFAIRS.
(SUN. Ml HUMAN FHAII.S TIIK
MODOCS WILL NOT Hi;.
cm vh Tin: ik. ii st
DKSHKTS.
TIIK CAVAI.IiY AND
WAUM SIMllNCS IN
I'l'llSUlT.
tiii:
SCAU-FACI-M) (MIAi:l.r!Y
I'ATOIIi:!) HY A WAl.'.M
M'IMXU.
SCHONIOIIIN DIKS OF A WOI'M)
HKCKIYK.D KISOM MK.VCIIAM.
COCIII.K AND -IMS HANI) AUK
NO l' ON THU WAIS-I'ATI.
MIKIiMA.N'S I KAIH.
Wahhinoton, April lo. Fears nro en
tfrUiriwl by Gen. .Sherman thut the mill
tary will be unablu to capture or exlcrmi
liate the whole band of .Modoc, now that
they have escaped from tho Lava beds.
HA TA NTA AMI Ilia TIIKK.
Indian Superintendent Iloag telegraphs
to tbe cuinmissioner or Indian ntfalrs, that
ho ha received n telegram from Gov.
Davis of Texas, laying that bu would
prefer to dolsy tho release of Satanta and
Ilig Tree till tho 20th of .May, when thu
legMaturo, says the governor, will have
adjournal, and I can visit Fort Sill my
self. I'JS'IIIZK.
Dolunoj.iu the report published in the
morning piper that Coobizi nnd bis
liand of Sioux are on the war path, is ut
terly untru-j. Uochie is on the reserva
tion, with 1,000 warriors, and observiog
strictly his promise to be at petco witli the
while.
Tilt ri.IUIITOI THE IODC
San FriANcitcj, April 19 A lato dis
patch from Yreka but night says eight
Jlodocs are known to have been killed In
the tight yesterday. Tue civalry and the
Warm Spring Indian ullies were mounted
and furnithed threo days rations, nnd wero
sent in p'trstiit of tlio .Mo loci. They took
it southeast course from the Liva beds. It
is feared thu bind will divide up und do
greater h-irm to settlers. Tne cavalry
pursued Jack and captured n iquaw, who
says John S'boaichin was woundeJ by
Mcuobttin, and dind of hi. wounJ.
CIUN. CASTlV'iJ rV.NT.IIAt.
Tok place at Portland to-diy.
tCAtl-KArEH IIIARI.EV.
New Yoi:k. April 19. A Yreka
spooial .nys Scir-raced Charley had u leg
broke in the fight, and while trying to
Crawl oil' was dipat?hed by a private of
troop IC. The Warm S(irJnj? Indians'
found half a do, sn wounded
Modoes bidden under iniiu rocks, and
'('VLCKII TH EM,
A citi.en ol Yreka while driving two
hour up to help n battery, was killed,
'tripped, Kalpcd, nnd a piece of hi slum,
neb cutout by tbo .Modoc. His body
was recovered and buried by the troop.
. o - -
MISCELLANEOUS.
MONKY AND YAI.b'AIM.KS II II
COVKKKl) FKOM TIIK
VI0TI.MS OF TIIK
ATLANTIC.
TIIK COMING ro.VGllKSMK.Y.S
JONVKNTION AT .ST.
LOUIS.
AN
KXCl.'P.SION TO TIIK 01' LF TO
11 K AMONG TIIK KNTKH
TAIN.MKNTS. KTC.
liTC,
KTC.
V Al.l'Alit.K'l ItEl'OVKKKH.
H.vi.ii'an, A prll.lft. The cutiiml'-ioner
of costoms lias received sevaral more lots
of money and valuables taken from bod
ie, including tlio following: A pocket
book containing thirty-four oicreigus
and tomo papers, showing the owner to
have been G. D. .Murray, who with bis
wife and four children, had been passen
ger for Chicago; a savings-bank book of
tho Stato Ilink of Chicago, showing a
balanco of $i75 !17 to thu credit of Wm.
Green; a bill of exchange) for tun thaler
drawn by Jlacgregor, lown, on lion
hard Ileberuud, nt Caestiu, Prussia, in fa
vor of Augusta -Meyers, uud a letter from
Meyers to llulierend requesting payment,
with a ticket endorsed with the naiiie of
Anton Gun.
TUB l,O.NnHi:S.ME.N'l OONVKNTIO.V.
St. Lot!", April 19. A largo meeting
of merchants, bankers, real cstute owner,
and business men generally, was hold ut
.Morcliuuti' Kxchaiig.lhls ulternoon, to fur
ther tlio question ot holding a convention
ul western uud southern foiigrcusriiuii hero
next month. Tho uomuntteu appointed
ut a piuviu meeting reported Hint the
mayor of the city, members of the coun
cil, tiie city government, uud many prom
inent citirens who hnvu been consulted
weru lully agr.cd that groat benefits
would lavruolruiu an inlercbango of views
mid full and free expression of tho
wants of great We.t and ttu Jllsrisslppl
vallev, by meiubars d congress through
un iiilormul conference in oor city, r.nd an
excur.ioii over thu tiewly opened railroad
from this city td thu gulf of .Mexico
through the Indian territory and Texas.
Your eomiiiitteo bollevo that in no
moro sultublo or forcible manner could wo
bring tn thu intention of member of our
iiallunal emigre, um iiiiporiMien io mo
country nt largo of tlio development j
of tho Interest of lb" Mississippi valley
and of the great West, and thereby i euro
to thc'ii Interests inure lavorablu recog
nitisii in futuro legislatlun, tlinn by pre
sonlatlon of out claims in this way and ut
20, 1371.
this pltcc. Tho improvement of western
rivers mi as to fasltltato direct
nnd cheap Interclungo of proiluctn
of northern, northeastern nnd southorn
portions of tho Jlii sippi valloy; tho en
conriigemcntiif tho oonsiruction of sine!;
water iiavlgalion connoeiing tho waters
or the Jllssiistppi river nnd Us tributaries
wiin um i.rcnt lakes nnd with tho tido
water or the ocean on tho Atlantic ront;
tho removal of obUructlons nt tho mouth
of tho .Mississippi tlvor so
tl ticur.i chenti ninnrtnllt.ii
oi ino prQiiucts of tho graiii.tobi'ccii.liomp, wretch smotlmred to death. Iwlitor of
and cotton-growing states of tho .Missis- , 'Harper' Weekly' nnd other friend of
sippi valloy, nnd the cheap importation or Um deceased will nttend the lut,eml wlth
foreicn goods and product cnnumcd In nut furthor notico. Services by Iter. Ur.
tho West, are the moro prominent of tho I Nowman, Intpi-rlor of ConolaUi.
Important ul.jccli whidi inicht bo Tho trace lian of the Thoitiu Frni.-
brought to tho attention of congren nnd of
tho people of tho entiro country, nnd wo
would suggest their special ron.ideratlnn.
Tbe committee then recommend tlint tlm
informal oonforenco In this city on the
L'Uli of .May, in convention with and pro
limlnay to, an excursion by
way of the Atlantic nnd
Pacific, nnd Mluntiri, Kansas and Texas
railroad, through tho Indian territory and
Texas to tlio gulf of .Mexico, and that
during their stsy here that lliov bo tend
ered tlio hospitality of tho city, and bo
glvon n public reception, banquet, cto.
Mayor llrown will deliver tho address of
welcome.
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FOREIGN.
A Kl.MUH,
Ontario, April 19. A private dispatch
received hero to-day says that tho popo
died on Jlonday last, but tbat the fact bad
been kept secret, to nvoid public ngitntlou
respecting bis successor, until tho innttcr
should bo decided In Home.
RIVER NEWS.
Iti'e and Fall ol the lll' er
For 51 hour ending a p. m April 19,1373-
'Above,
' low
water.
Changes.
STATIONS.
lil-e. Fall.
I r-'
at. Paul
Fort lleiiiiu..
Omaha
Davenport.. .
Leavenworth .
K'-okiik.
Cairo
St. l.ouli
PltUbuor . .
Ciuclmiati
Uml-Wlle... .
Jlemphl
Ylckbiirg ...
shrcveport .
.Na.bvllle
New Orleans.
l.HUe Unci; . . .
Fort Smith ...
If.
10,
t
1 I
fa
23
Kl 11
.12 7
l
If.
Gorged. ;i:i;iug.
OAYID W. TlAliNIMT,
Dbvcrvor Sig. Ser. L'. S. A.
Eva-ville, April 19. Clear, wnrm;
mercury 43 to CI. JSivor fallen 10 inche.
IJowm: Georgo llogerj, .Marv Ament,
Grey Kigle and .Messenger. l'p: Idle
wild, II Probasco, Charmer and Fayetto.
llusiness moderatu.
JlnMi-iii". Anril In. AVL-
nnu stalionary. luinoi m-tuv. Da
parted Ilismarck, Contincntnl, How Or
iein; Ligal Tcndijr, l.ilorivor; .Mallio
Itagon, llul'o Vernon. Arlington. Cincinn
ati; Susie Piton, Grand Tower, St. Louis;
.Mary Iloyd, Arkansas rivor.
VicKsni'iui April Ul Dowa; Selma
Mollio Kbert. L'ik Great lteuubllc . ir".
bio City, Pargoud, Paulino Carroll.
Weather cloudy cool. Kivcr rising.
Cincinnati, April I9. Hivor 29 feot
nnu ueciining. Dpparted- Pat lingers
and Shannon, .Memphis; Nick Longworth,
New Orleans; Lawrence, Nashville.
Lnrisviux, April 19. Falling; 10 feot
9 inches canal; 8 feet S inchc chute. Ar
rived and departed. Iron .Mountain and
barges, Pittsburi: to Now Orleans.
T. I .on-, April til. Arrived: Graftui,
Meuiphl-: Jnrpi'raud Future 'Itv, .New or-loan-:
Kavcn, Cowcn and l.'obiT'.. Cairo
Itob Itoy, Keokuk; Ike llaiiimiit; .Mcmplil,:
Lady Lee, lied river; Warner, Wheeling:
St. Luke, .Ml-Mjiiri river: leter. .S'ew ()r-Icati-.
Departed: Unit llov, Keokuk: La
Itelle. Itcd river; Katie P. Koitnt, Ft. Ilcn
ton; Julia, Vlck-htinr: Jlountnlncer. Knnsna
City; Lake Superior, t. Paul; liavnirc.
PllthnrL': St. .lo-eph. Jl-mphl.; Crc-cent
City ami ('Itv of i'iiIiicv. .New Orlenn-:
Chapman, Itecd's lauding: Molllo Jloorc, I'l.
Heiitun. HUerlalllug. Wealher clear mid
warm.
Na-iivh.lk, April 17. Itlvcr five feet
canton Harpcth shoal, and (alUmr. ,r
lived: lliirkKVllle, 1'ppcr Cumbirland. lb
tiarled: Cddyville ami Klla lluclic, for ports
below: llurk-vlllc lor-hoil-. Weaihi r clear
ami mild.
Ni:vv Oi:u;an, April 19. Arrived: Mary
llotl-tnii. Loiil.vllb'. Departed. John Kil
L'oiir, Thomas Sherlock. Cincinnati; City of
Alton, Ifeeaiid barge, John Kvle. St l.niil-;
Jennie Unwell, Kxpoiier, Arkan-a- riier.
Weather clear ami plea-ant.
SCK A PS.
Tlio congressman's spelling of con
science c-o-ii-s-td-t-u-e-n-t-s. conscience.
Detluition Soinclliing that scares us into
bunding Intel: that stolen snlary.
Hewaro of the woman who says she
doesn't liko lo go shopping. In such n
confession she denies her tox, and what
can such n woman bo good lor "but iron
sou, strutegems and spoils' '
Mrs. Pmbecca Chapman, of Zincs
vllle, Ohio, wife of Samuel Chapman, ono
of tint most distinguished members of tho
.Muskingum bar. tiled her petitions ugainst
K. .Mcrl.lu and twelve other ( ilnon keep
ers, lay intr her damigcs ut $130,000. Tlio
cuso Is cx'.'ltlng u greul deal of interest.
It Is i. rcmtirablo fact that human
hair growl nearly twico as fust in Kuropu
as it does in America, Henco tho product
of tho former country U much greuter
relatively to its impulatlon lliun that nf
tbo latter. All Kuropu is now carefully
canvassed In the manner roferred to, and
tho trees which may onco have adorned
some Suablan housemaid nro iniulo to
grace the head of a Kil'th avenue belb'.
Jla.sacliusetts Im.i Just uccoinpliliPil
uiiutlior great roform, wliieli will send tier
naiiio sounding down tin) ages. .Many
Persons uro iiwaro that thorn is n lamenta
ble luck of iinifoimlty In tho slsiofcggs,
owing lo u'lack of concert nf action uiiiung 1 'I'lic piymeiit of gin will bepln on SMiir
linns, or soma oeeult reason known onlv '!')'. duly. IS, at !i o'llock a.iu. TleUeH
to Professor Agnsslz. So tho legislature
lias pissed a law tint epgs in tho Hay
Hutu shall horeuflor bo sold by weight
until tlio hens ceiiso their reprchcnsiblo
conduct.
Thu advocates of tlio Indian prao
policy still hold out fur peace bought with
freo ration and whiskey. Tho lenders of
that policy should go out West among tho
Indians nnd crow up with tlio country.
It happens that tbo Advocate, of tlio 1
"Q inker policy r.ldom go to tbo front,'
OFFICIAL PA PEK
nnd tbnt ns such they never return. X '
few interviews with 41 r. Lj Is usually snl- I
llcient, nnd they nadly admit that ho is a
Imatlieti lioymid the saving euVoU of salt.
The Luiiisvilln 'Cotirier-Jouriiar pub- I
It.litt. Il.t. ,.i f. . ...
rst VillliIlirttiiti nnnllt u IlilU .n1.Hi, i
w.-c mii.uuiiiihi nir nuiuini;: iifii ill i
unined Civil Htrvico Kaform. who was ao- I
renuceii i.iuie pri'KIoiit Inst fall, u.t
bcroro tho election. Tho prc-ldotil tinlor
Innately put bltn to bed the other tnslit
to sleep between C'a.ey nnd Frsal. Otunt,
who ovoriam nun, and thu inferable littlo
-", In I'ari, J!. Sully, now playing tins
I part of tbo loycr in "Mivrlon Deform,'
J was recently propotvd for inembefship of
1 tl.u tboutro so ns to bo nald iiilmm ui u.
receipt, bides 1,1, silary. One fa.mu,
actor on tbe oomtiuttee, which met to Oon-
sidor bit demand, d.jclarcil that bolo.o
givni(- in, vote for or ngnlntt, h should
like toseo JI. Sully, without the luturlent
beard which adorn, hi face. Talma, add.
this gentleman, jio-senied great power of
.liufiion aioui tne mouin and rblti, and
no illy can ti ll the trim powera of n conn
diaii who bidet tliu halt of hi luce under
n foreit of hair.
A correHindcnt of a London paper
Ins written up the cuinio side of the re
cent llerlin cub strike. Ho balled u pn--nig
coach without Inspecting it very
close 'y and directed the driver to take
him to hi hotel. Tho driver nt unco
complied, und nt tho end or tbe J iirncy
P'K-'fcf'd the customary fare and asked
tho prft-ilego of fetching him home later.
On tho correh.ndcnt's naming the hour
at winch he might cull, the driver excused
tunnel! on the ground that bu bad got too
many profitable engagemciitt to fultll to
enabio him to relurn so soon. "The. car
riage is ii private one,'' said be, "and I
shall linve to drive my master homo from
tho piny."
Tho Kronen government has recently
completed ii new urinurod vessel, which
i mcimed, ueiievo win lean to n coin- I
jdete revolution in naval 'construction. '
Two powerful engine supply motive
power (ind nllow it to ruh mi n'n eneinv,
to lly from him, und to pivot on Itself. It ,
present! n tphuricnl urlacc scarcely li- '
bio nboVrt wnter. As if this spherical
f.irm was not enough lo prevent boarding,
the vessel is provided on deck with u
number of tube which onablo the olllcora
to inundate the deck with scalding, blind
ing s'.eam. It has nn immeiits sted spur
or beak, seven nnd one-half feet long and
twelve inches in diann t-r, which will en
able it to pierce the nrmor of the utoutefi
plnled vessel. In nnngun, which is on n
tower on tlm center of tlm vc,ol, has n
range or m.O'JO vnrds.
LIBRA HY GlVl' POXCEKT
NINETY ll.WS'lM-.Tl'ONK.MF.NT.
-rn.L nuAwiNn-fnnT
iiS00,0(K) iv HANK TO PAY OIFIs.
I0..XIQ fASII SHITS PAIII IV ft LI..
$ino,ooo I'on OiVly m.
Kiioiih ol tlic mo.00,1 ticket I mi i pi I fop
the Ihlid (irand loll t oiiMit.liiaid of the
I Util e l.lbrurv ol K. t.im.i . i.
"old to In.iiic'a r.dl ,!,..u I,,.,' ',.' .!. ... 1
hat fn? been imlvcr.allv c.pic.i d lti.it the
III. c,..hIII, ,)(,r.(i ,',,, u '
lull and paid In iboiit an v al l"'
slow ii. a, bentolor. ; the uianaKeim'iit, with
tlic concuriciicc ol the iru.li.-, ha,. deter
mined to allow; ninety day, m. r0 lorlhealc
ot tliereuinantortlekculeltoii band. Tlio
concert nnd di-tiibutlun advi nlM..l rnr April
S, ,jhcrciorc po-lponcd to Tucdav, .lulv
""' " w hich day and no o liei.tfiey uiil
r.0:1,1,1'."'"1 l,'"''l"'eidly lake placo In
l'libllc Library ball. l.oulM.lle. If,.ntm'kv.
At ihlHgiiiiid concert tho folliiuliiir ca-h
iil-willbcdl,iribiitcdbv lot and laid in
lull to the ib kct-liobb.r. wbodiaw them
Ll- T OK (ill'TS :
i sue tiraiiu cn,n (illt ...
One (irand CiediGllt . .
One (iraitdCai-h lillt ...
OllOlilllllll ('.Ifcll (illt . .
One (iraiulCa?li (illt
OiiiMilninl Cai-hGllt . .
21 ('nidi Glltwir tl.iUHi ( mil
M Ca.h OIIK or Ms) each'
H) ( :ikti Gilt- ol i inch'
liM Cadi (illt, of ;:uu each'
Kid C;h (iltli- ol i'lsi each
Wh) Cah (iilt-ol Iihi c.icJi
9,00t) Cach (iill, ol lo each
ilOO,0.-tl
. 8),utii
. 2!,0li)
. 2U,Ki)
. 1U.0SMJ
,ocii
. 2 1, two
. 25,00(1
.T.',iJ0i)
rw).ot
Mm mm
UD.iJUU
Total, 10,000 Girt, all Cad ?50u,CiiU
Tlicinmieytopayalllh (till, in full I ,
llr,wi ,r. V.i i ... i . iVi
,1 1 LouNWIIc, and 'el a-ldc
iii it i!!iri !I V , ' m i '""" ""-'d r
hat purpo-c, a. w ill bo een by tlio lo.low
now noon uepu-ii tn tbo rarmcr-' and
III!.' certificate of 1 1... ca.lili.r :
orrici; I'aiimmiia ami l)i:ovi:im' II 1X1,
Lun ii i.i:, , .pi is;:i.
t
i in, i- io ecruiy iiiui mere i n tin. rnr.
iner,' and Drovi i,' bank lo the credit ot tne
Tiilnl (iiaud Lilt Conceit, lor the benefit ol
tbe Public Library ol Kentucky, tho hun
dred thoii-and dollars which ha been n t
apart by the manager, to pay tho gilt, in full,
and will be held by the bank and paid on'
ior un, imrpo-c, anil un, purpoo onlv.
U.S. VKICCH, Ca-lucr.
Ihc )-art.v, thrrcti rc, ulin hold-the i Icktt
drawing the canilal et will L-ut f loo. mm in
givcnbacl, mil m of Hie .lU.iixi gill. Hie
? i,ooo, Illc vo,ikio, tuo 5'ID.IK'U. Hie t.i.iWI,
and till the oilier jltl, lu.uoo In miiiibcr,
aiuolllltllig to r.VHMMO.
The lemmilit ol infold ticket- will bo fur
ill, bed lo tho,e who llr.t aiqilv (oliler, ac
companied by ihc money always having pre
ference oi cr iijeul at Hie billowing pricui-:
liole llckct-. Hw: halve-, ; and
quiiilcr,, .VJ; 11 wbulu ticket, lor $100,
:r ior $.'.oo, 113 lor $i,o 0, aiiitr7. for f J.ouo.
No dl-coiint on lcs than 100 woith ol tick
et, at a time.
the conn rt and dl-tr bit' on of elfin wilt
begin at 0 o'clock on Tue-dav morning, July
S, In Public I.liiraiv lull, and the follnwiiii;
w III be the order ot tirocccuiuv,: ltl ir.ii.lc
by iiichcMi al band. 2d piaelng of tag, (one
lor each ticket iold) In large wheel, .'id plac
ing of gills in small wheel.' Ith music by or
chestral baud. Cilh cxplauatorv mimrl.s bv
pic-ldcut. Uth drawiiiK ol llr-l hall ol
gift. 7th imiiic by oicliciral baud. Mb
Uiaw ingot lad half or cut,. 9th placing
of large wheel with tag, Pi hand, or com
mittee appointed by umtlcucc, Inili gtaud
niciicxirai louccii.
The music on this eland occasion will be
the bet that can be procured, and tho gen
tlemen who count uud place the tiu and
gilt In the wheel, and ,uperiuteiid Hie
drawing and keep the iccnrd ot the drawn
lillliibcl, will be eho,i'ii Irom the bet
known and mo.t trustworthy ellien- ot the
,late. All.U'ill bu so conducted a, to be a
perfect cii'iraiiiy agaliut coinplatut IVoiu any
!u"t Miurec.
drawlliK clfl, mu,t be iircrntcd at room
.No. I Public biliary building, where cadi
clieckl upon the Fanner,' and Drover,'
bank nf Louisville, or njjht dnills upon the
Fourth National bank ol New York, at tho
option of the holder, will bo gin ii for the
tickets All eiii- not c.iiled Inr tu sl
month, from -the drawing will bo turned
over to the Public Library fund.
Fur fu I particular 'end lor circulate
TIUW.L. IIUAMLLl Tr
Agent Public l.t'irary of Ky,
Loiibiillc Ky,
I rcodAw'in
OP CITY AND COUNTY.
Foreign Advortisoniont-
iVIiVEK KKOWN TO V)
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Ti-iorFsojsr i
FKVKR & AGUE l)0YI)KUi.
Kill 11IU I'KIIMINKNT ci un )t
ciui.i.s. and n:vi:i:, nr.Mii am i
UISANY FOIIM OK IN I I.It.MI !'
li:.M I'LVLIt.
tiii: (ii
KATKST lilsTOVEM OF Hit
AUK !
ilicjf are no iliteaes hi dobild.it ii in
, ,'l"'lr cir''' ', vun IJie nilltiitioti i'
! ?s?n nn1"e U"" ',llnc",t 'u '
B....'"..'!f..l?rl,',T- 'Hie V"er u
Mi .onidirw'.Ji l,'
I entlc in the fonnina Mne ol is, ! .LJ t
Hcinjf pureU v-i.tl.l-. ti.i a. t v , i
' " "f.v " the rllvaM . lot..iu" cr,.: . , ,
i iVutJlJ',!,,,'l ',n "" ' ' 1
( ""A. . " t,wi'
ilig- evi-iy itii'diclixt ji.il hear of, wh u
I hotup.onV IVv.-r and Auiie P.iudt r ha.,
tiever failcd to cure tho cTilll- hi nny ca-
jikaso.vs vvnv Tiir.v iixlYmk ; i.n
II K l.SKI).
Their reputation , -ialli-li.-1 i :
Mild of tcotlinoliial, hive bell r i i
abutting that IIkm' powder- hale pi rjo! i
miracle, in cliriiur e:l-e of loll:- ,a.l I
many of them cui-lilercd bupdc
There U no rlk In taking tin m. ihn
contain nothing injurious and, tl.crel im ,
none ol the linvclliitf ili-en-e, -o often t
re-ult of the many uo-trum, of the d.u
Physician, recotuuietid them a Mipcru r "
iliiliiiiio or any oilier known lemcdy, loi
tliey leave the Hhtem tu a hentthv tab , an i
the patluut beyond the probabllliv or a u-laii-c.
IlKWAUt: OP COCNTKItPl lTM.- T -L'enulnc
ate put up luqtiarc tin b. t-.wi i
,' i)MPM).N's fi.vi:i:'a.nd i. pim
DKIta -lauipcil on the lid. and tin- -i ni
ol '1 ll(lMI'-il. A I I! VI-Ii:ll un til' VM.i." ..
.so others can po-ibly be jrcuiitrc '
...... . . ..-. ,iiViir(. him iii'.ia: iii ir
T HO aVTiSOIT'cJ
U II K r M A T I (
AN b
UOJtSli lilNrMHJST
Tin: nhi: vt r.XTKRSAf. iskjiem i u
MJ K DJI A T 1 S JI , N Ii K IS A I
I A, SIMS A I NS, KTC ,
G O O ! FOR MA .V 0 : r.-E a .
TbU liniment 'oao earned lont-clf aivi u
tatinn iiiie.pialled In the bi-lorv of externa!
appllratlnii,. ETTTIiouniiiiI, who now Mil
Icr Iroin rhciimaii-m, iiciiralixin. etc , wc.u I
Unit Imnicdiatc icliel Irom all pain I y u-ln
thi, certain iviiit-ds. It l ciiinllv rU'cttii i
in cut-, burin, ca(d, 'till lie, ol ' the nrcV
Miro lliv.ial, rwelliiiK., luiUuutlull, lr
lilt-s, pulut m the luc, or Uai l.1,iti hof s.,u
iuinr hliua of tn-e't".
one rillililliv' will in all ca-e- irm
U..UI
aw reiici, ami a lew application
cm c.
liq 1
On account of It- lucrfnl prnrtr.it r
projicrtlc. ii N bcvmid doubt the Miic-t run
ci ) Inr tho ino-t troiiblc-oimi di.iJi - to
which hor-c. ami cattle arc liable. It cure,
-cratches old ami 'n-h cut, or Mires, ihafi,
produced liy the collar or Kiddle.-, Injun
caii-cd tiy mil-or -plint-entering tho llc'i
orhooff, liiiiUe,. praiu-, ,wecinv. Miav.n
Ihrudi, and all di.-ea-e, which dc-triv Ihc
Jioot, or bone, of the feet.
ISTI-'nil dlivclloii, aeciimpaiiv each hot
tic. flic aboic aio picparcd ou'lv bv
CKAWFOKI) A KOIIK-!.
. . ... 111 -Mrket street, Philadelphia.
And -old bv torekeepi i, i'etier.illv throiK-U-out
tlieeoimtry. l-2l!'lt d-e-v
Piiospuci rs Foit ih;:i.-.'i.Tii yiaii
T J K A 7i D I NE,
An illustrated .Monthly Joiini.il, universally
admitted to be the Hund-nnic-l Period-"
leal in the orbl. A ISepri'-entt
live and CliHiuplon ot Amer
ican 'l'a-te.
.Vol lor Sn 1. 1 In Iloiil, ur ,Vr More.
a ut dkpaut.mknt.
.Notw.th-Uiiidliv.' ihc lncrea,e In the rrUo
of Mib-cription hut lull, when Ihc Aallac
simiod ll,pre-ont noble proportlona and rtr
rcmlitalliu chaiacter. Iho cdilloii will mc i
than double the pa,t year; provim: ihat Hi j
Anicrica-i public appieciatc a sincere ci
fort in the cau-c o Alt. The pub., h,r
anvloii, toju.iiry the ivadv couiiilciicel.u
emon-traleit. liav,. ..crlcd 1uiu.i he, lo
tlic iiluio.l to dcvuloji nml miHi. ic tlw
work; and the plan lor lm coming v car,
worK anil llie plan Mr uit coming year,
a, unfolded by in. month ly l-iues will ui
toiiWi ami dclWit cv.n tlio iuo,r wnguino
Irlcnd of Ihc Aldllic. "
'Ihc Alilmo will rciiroduco evutnule-i ,it
the be,t foreign ina-ter-. relccteil with u
view to the liilii st aiil-liit ,uccc,, ninl
ttroatest general luierc-t; nv dilnig u -h a,
have bucuiue familiar, thruti'ih pliuto;r.iph,
or copies of :ui kind.
The quarterly tuned platci for 17-'!, w.ii
reproduce lour or John s. D.nl,' lninut..W'
chlld-kiiihes apprcpriatc lo the lour c i.
holla Tin -o plate-, apjn urlog fu llie i,,m ,
I'm January, A pi II, .In I;, and Orlobcr,
would bo alniio woilh die price of a yen'--uli.crliillini.
pitLMicM ciii:o.Mo) Fon ist s.
I.'vciy iihiu'iiur in s lio Aldine, who n t
ill advance for the year 178, will receive,
without additional clialgo.'a pair of bcaiitl
fill oil ehroiii'i,, alter J. J. 1 1 111, the cnin 1 1
Knclihh painter. The plclure-. lit 1 1'
"Iho ''lllige llclle," anil "CIomiII - (I'll
Jloor,' uro ll2o iiichi'h -are printed Irom
'Jn illllcreiit plate, rcquiilng 2.i impre-ioi",
ami tint, to perleet each picture, f he -ntiu
chioiuo, are hold lor tPl per pan, in the ait
More-. A, It Utho determination of P- cole
ductor, to keep the Aldlnc out of the reai Ii
ol competition in every department, ui
cliruinu, will be found ahead ol any tin"
can be offered by oilier periodical-. Lvcry
Mibjelibor will receive ueurtit'eate, oi cr thu
signature or the publi-hei, niarjnfrelii ,
that the cbronio, il. ilieicd be equal to
the aiiipli- iiirni-io'd the ag; lit.
or the iiiuiioy will bo ieiui:dcd.
The dl-iribution of picture ortlil grade,
free to the ui.-crll'cr to a five dollir perl
odical, will mail, aiFepocli In tuo lil-tot) ot
Alt "lid, con.lderlng tbo unprccedciite I
cheapne" ol lliu price lor I'he Aldluu Itself,
the marvel full, little short of a .nlria lc,
even to lho.it hot acquainted Willi thu
achievement, of Inventive geiilu and im-
i provc.l iucelniule.il appilanci -. (tor Hills
j ii dion of thee cliioiuos, see Novi'inbet l
tne of ibe Aldine. i
Till: 11 1 I. KAl! Y DKPAlt'l'MK.ST
will I'.iiilinuc under the care ol-.Mr. Itlchard
1 1 our) Moildard. n,lsti'il by tho best vvjitei,
and iMiet ol the day, who, will trive tu havo
the htcratitioor the Aldlnu alway, in keep
Inir with itiiull-licntlnictioiH.
TKIt.MS.
f a u r aiiuui, In advance, with Oil i.'tuu
The Aldine will, bcrciltcr, be obtaiuabln
only by subcrlptioii. There will be no r.
dueed or club rale; cub for ub-cr!ption
nui-t be xent to the publisher direct, orlnu
dad to tho local agent without rei)nlbIIUv
ot tlio publisher, o.scept in cae whero tlw
cciilllojto i tdven, beailng the Uctimil
hUuatme of.lauio Sutton A ('.
AGl'.NI'S WASTLD.
Anv person wishing M act penuaiicnlly a
a local agent, will receive pill and prompt In
formation by implyhwro
J VMI ssi V'lO.S'A( 0.,Piibli-hrr,.
.Vi Mudtn Lane NtiiV York

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