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FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1874.
uMclaJ rprol IhaCltr Mil County
IOVlH U. OBKULY. Kdltor n.l Pnbllilur
Tckus or Tin daily kullktdi
Om WMk, tf otrrttr $ V.
Oa ytrbr ouriar, in advanea 10 00
Om 7w r carrUr 11 not pild Id
dvtao ii oo
Tkrtk mettm'. s oo
MxaOu. 5 JS
Om tmt , to 00
TE1U4 Of WKKKLT BUI.LBTIX.
Om yu i oo
Six Montiu 7u
Tkrea Moothi r0
Invariably In adrtaee.
Matter o trry i w.
Tiik accounts of Stato Treasurer
Raines of New York, supposed to be a
delaulUr, aro found to bo all right
But though bis accounts nro not de
ranged, he is, and be is now iu the
Utica Insane Asylum to get cured.
A man named Tom Murphy has
baan stealing cassimcre by tlm bolt, over
in Charleston, Missouri. The difl'cr-
ence between this fallow nuJ tho other
OD0 nr tif aiuv fit iMivt York city is
that the Missouri Murphy has been scut
Tiik lower houso ol congross bus be
como ao busy and industrious that it
puses tbo same bills over two and three
timet. There is somo comfort in
knowing that this sort of legislation
can do no mischief. If the bills arc bad,
they will do no mo.ro harm than
if passed upon only once
Till democrats of Oregon havo tri
umphed orcr tbo republicans, the Inde
pendents and tho "pcoplu'o paiiy" and
hare elected their entire stale
, tiokct. Of course the repre
sentatives of the "grand old
party" feel good. It is now in order
to say "a rose by any other namo
would smoll as sweet" and if the dem
ocratic administration elect of Oregon
give the people an honest and efficient
state government, the people will no
doubt be satisfied.
Tiik peoplo who aro in favor o t
turning ovor to the government the
management of the telegraph wires, may
take a little hint of what the plan
would lead to from the working of the
same plan in Kngland. In the begin-
nieg, the government waa put to great
expense to get tho system in working
ordtr ; the estimated cost of the lines
to tho treasury was two million, two
hundred thousand pounds, or eleven
millions of JolJarbut tho real cost was a
sum immensely larger than this thirty-seven
millions of dollars. A table
ot the roceipts and expenditure of tho
telegraphic department to January
lS73,sbows a deficiency of its revenues
to meet the interest on stock for the
year of over five hundred and sixty
eoven thousand dollars. The interest
paid is only three per cent, instead of
five, which tho UnitoJ States would
havo to pay as a borrower.
The government charges for the
transmission of words have been at tho
rate of a shilling for tweutv words.
Thia la apparently cheap telegraphy for
the people, hut is In reality dear, since
they havo to pay for tho cxponvivo fail
ure in increased taxes. A like fail
ure in tho United States would have
to be paid for, by tho peoplo in like
TIIK COMMON SCHOOL QIJJIS
TION. A not inconsiderable amount of non
MHe has bee said and written on the
common school quostien. Among this
may b classed, without fear of suc
cessful contradiction, the expression of
the opiion by the 'Western Free
Tress,' published at Capo Girardeau,
Mo., that Mm "public school aupportod
by taxation should adopt an educational
course as comploto and thorough as
that adopted by tho best colleges in the
land ; that "there should be no noed
of sending tho youth of America to
' ny other ttian the public schools to
be educated in languagos, literature,
acienoo or any other branch of a lib
ral education." Tho "Frco Press" as
the climax of this absrdity
declares that "in truth all schools
W the publio schools hhould
be closed and tho youth of tho
land comp tiled to be educated at said
publio achools." Merely stating that
the newspaper wWoh tavB. this poi.
Hon elating to bo a domooratin
paper, we will let the last assertion go
... wvuii worm, it is a litt0 too
"advanced" for even the most ultra
worshippers ol tho common school
yaUrn to do other than smile at.
lbehloathata thorough education,
brums knowledge of literature
-.icUbo, the languages, dead and alive
. "bould bo taught i our
OMtaon Hhooli, in based on the other
Hothttauch. P'm is a benefit to
tie poor man who cannot aflord to cd
ucato his children at expensive "pay"
schools or colleges.
Lot us tec how nearly wo arrive nt
the truth by putting this idea into
practice, Thcro are, iu this land of
the free and home of the bravo,
when all men arc popularly said to bo
equal, roally three classes of society '
tho poor class,tho middle class, and the
realthjr class. Tho poor man, if he
owns a home worth a few hundred dol.
lars, pays a school tax. Tho comfort-ably-off
man of tho middle class who
owns a fine farm or houses and lot.- in
town, pays a school tax. Tho man who
is rich iu lands and houses nud stock
in railroads and banks pays a school
tax. Which of these three classes re
ceive.') the full benefit of our common
school system ? Xot tho rich
man. llis children frequently nro nev
er sent to a common school ut all
Their education is begun by n govern
ess or tutor or at a private school and
completed iu a BCtnitiary or college.
Not tho children of tho poor man.
They are sent to pchool ut the ne of
six ticrhnnj. and kent there until at ten
or twelve or fourteen years ol ago, tho
nucositicsof the parents compel their re
mom) (roin school the boys learn
t radon, thn ktirl-
are kept :it home to assist tho over
worked mother of tho generally lari'c
family. Neither girls nor boys havo
acquired mote than n knowledge of
reading and writing, a slight acquaint
unco with geography, mid cuf
ficient one of "ligiiies-' to
answer tho most ordinary
purposos of life. Occasionally a
"bright" boy or girl goes a little lar
thcr and leaves school with the con
ciotuncfs that if futo had been kinder,
he or hhc might have pursued with ad
vantage tho studies now general
ly comprising our common school
Which class is it then that ireceivos
the actual .benefit of our public schools
as they are now conducted? It is the
ohildren of the well-to-do mid
dle class, of the men who
can afford to buy books and clothing
for their children and keep them at
school until they are eighteen or twen
ty years of age. The school tax is not
considered a burden by these
men because thev feel that
it inures to their advantage many fold.
But as the common school course is
enlarged and improved and made to
embrace all the brauches comprising a
"liberal education" the school tax in
creases iucrcasce for the poor mau
whose benefits from it do uot increase
i ... , ,
uu uucuuics a grinuing ouruen in
creases lor tno rich man who never
takes advantage of its benefits, and is
oiieu lolt by Jam to bo an unjust bur-
ucu. Hence we see that tho two ex
trcmcs of society, tho poor class and
the rich class, endure the burden of
tho school tax to educate the children
onho middle class. The remedy for
mis manliest injustice lies in reducing
the school tax, which necessitates to
ducing tho expenses of tho common
schools and is arrived at by making
tho common school course embrace a
knowledge of reading, writing, aritli
metie and the rudiments of other prac
tical branches. These, if well taught,
will enablo the children of all classes
to become well informed citizens, will
lay the foundation for a "liberal educa
tion," which may bo acquired by other
meana u.u ai tne public expense and
will reduce tho school tax so that the
poorest man will feel it no burden and
the richest no injustice.
HKKOKM IN TIIK SKHVICK.
IToli'do Jllauu J
Tho Informed K
its ntual,bas inaugurated salutary chan-
f.flj mill ninl..f.tn..n . il..
n.w uiuinniuiia iu mu uiarriago serv
ice of tho church of llnglaud, which
aro in accordance with the spirit of un
culighteued age, as well as of truth
and justice. The sentence which the
bridgegroom repeats while placing tho
ring on the brido'ji finger, "with all my
wordlv L'oods I th
Bensibly omitted, sinco it 'frequently
"uppuus mat an tne wordly goods
brought into tho partnership belong to
the lady.and tho assertion thatthohus
baud endows his future wife with what
ho docs not possess is the veriest and
most ridiculous nonsense. As we write,
wo have an instaucc iu our mind'H eye,
where a lady, the owucr of nt least half
a million, wedded a pennyloss man.aud
as he rotated tho above sentence the
most orthrodox believer in tho ritual
could not minprcs!. a smile. Fur
thermore, tho less said about "wordly
goods," whoti man and women enter
into tho most sacred relations of life,
and plight to each other mutual vows
under the sanction of religion and mor
ality, tho bettor lor their happincss.thu
the good of society and religion itaulf.
cellcnt and timely ono, whjeh
cannot fail to receive the approval 0
every itilukiug pcon. M
I" tho praycr f0Hovvl ,
t.on of ho covenants, where!,, the mat
rimoiual candidates are enjoined to live
faithfully together in imitation of Isaac
and llobecca, the allusion to thosu an
cient Hebrews is likowiso oinitted.sinco
the character of llobecca was not t-o
pure and truthful that her modern sue
cossors should be counted to imitate
it, inasmuch as she willfully cheat
od and deceived her blind.HupuraunuaV
ted husband on his dying btd; and in
tho present innuisitivo nge, after fiimil-
laming themselves will, the life of
ltcbccea, those of her followers who do
siro nu excn.e to cheat and deceive
their husbands, may be apt to find it
by taking her for a uiodcl,and by aver
ring that the prayer offered nt their
marriage ceremony had been heard.
nnd their actions tho result thereof.
In the scntcuco, "I pronounce you
man and wife," tho word man is
changed to husband. This is as it
should be, a decided improvement, nud
one which ought to he imitate J when
ever and wherever and under whatever
ceremonials or influences the inarriKu
ceremony is solemnized. . 'ho word
man instead of hnsli"-'1 lie J''ace
above ulluo0j , is certainly as inap
propriate as the wotd woman instead
of wife would bt, and tho ltcformcd
church, in this respect, as well as in
tho omissions mentioned, mniillests ;i
spirit of enlightenment ino-t commend
able to all who revere truth and believe
that it should un Jerliu the very foun
dations upon which religou oiganizu
'ions aro built. While these chances.
as far .n they havo gone, are most ex
cellent, they nro yet incomplete and re
quire the omission of one mrc word to
render the ritual of the t clormed
KpiscopaJ church perfect, nnd that
omission is tho word obey, .ludging
from n woman's .-t.-iml-poinl, wo cpoak
whereof wo know and testify tu that wo
l ,BOtl 1(i,eu v ""! th wo
man over yet uttered that word on her
wedding-day who expected to keen it
according to her promise, and no wo-
man ever yet did keep it implicitly, as
?no voweu sue would do before uod
and the guests nysemblcd to witness
her marriage. 'J ho vrv word implies
a slavery ngaiust which every human
neari revolt, and since it is never
truthfully uttered, it falsely desecrates
the sacred uiarriago service", whoso ev
ery word should be expressive of mutu
al obligation, and mutual Inre. In
most of tho Kvaiigclic.il and all tho lib
eral churches, it has long since becomo
obsolete, and where it is used it is con
sidered a mere form only, often repeat
ed thoughtlessly, but bever with a firm
resolution to implicity abide by it, as
protnifed; nnd since it is only a mock
cry and a falsehood, its longer use cau-
noi rebound either to tho good of relig
ion or or morality.
INDIAN HOSTI L,MTIK.S.
ISIoux City Journal.
From a lottnr wilitnn i.i- i p....
""'p " "iwnrarB, mo., sottlur, under
date of tUeUM, we loarn tbo following
H""1"1"" wwicerning an inuian raid'ou
that lettlemens on tho -'lit. A bind iup
pond to bo lltuloi cren.d tho river from
tho Dakota ildaaud -dvanced to the iol-
uicr a ciaimi, ntuatod buck from the river
a iborl diitanw, and enquired of a small
boy wbtire the noldier were. Ho told
them tboy wore in tbe neighborhood,
when tho lndiani loft, proceding alone
the blutfi akiriini- dm tu,.
soon diicovortd by tbe lolJien, who kept
A l'ltMlnt .ivannA.. (1..... 1
- "b vjuhjjuh ilium, miuwid oniy
too well thm tbeir preienco meant ml
cbiof. Tbo Indians ran accron a small
herd of cattle grazing among tho bluffs,
and started to run them ell'. Thev woro
iollowod up by a fow ioldion, who tired
luToral tlruw Into tbo bind but without
bitting any of tboru. Tbo loldiors fol
lowed tbem for a contiderabla dittanco 10
closely tbat tho Indians, faring they
would not bo ablo to get oway with tho
stock began an Indiscriminate slaughter.
They killed live bod belonging to Mr.
Hurback, and a cow belonging to Mr.
risbel, Md got away with six bend, the
propertyof Messrs Konnig and Tugs.
Tfto sottlors bocimo greatly alarmod
and Hod for protection to tho claims of
soldiers. Mr. 1'iibol and his son and a
soldier m.med .S-nilh, belonging to cox
pany II. twonty-ncond Infintry, who was
on a Iuhvo of absonco from his command,
narrowly escaped being sculped. They
oro nino miles from the settlement, on
Steel CriCIC. anil whlln rnliimlr... IV,.. ..m
Indications of H.m nrrinnn nf TmH.n.
and turned on" (torn tho rnsln road to
oo:u running upon them. Thev got
nearly to tho settlement boforo tbo In
dlani dUcovored them, but then woro
conipol od to fight for tbotr Hvo Tboy
fortillod tbumstilvei In a sort of ravine,
whoro tbey kept tho lndiant a: bv. who
numbered nearly two hundrod, until hulp
camo to tboir assistance from the settle
ment, ffevoral Indians aro known to havo
boon woundud during tho skirmish, but
none worn killed. Tho Indians wero sub
lemtontly scon scouting around on the
Dakota tldu of tho rivor, and the sottlors
-- ... wuutuor KvineK, Him wore
looking anxiously for troops to arrive to
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Of AM. KINllS, IIAHII AND 801T,
Keep constantly on hand
Mill and Vard.l Coi"Je' 13.,th, Strcot
' j and Ohio Levee.
WALL & ENT,
Manuf.ictiircrN and Dealers In
GREEN AND SEASONED
IjUMJMR AM) LATH,
I'Ol'I.AK.OAK, UYIMIUH. ASH, OWM
AND COTTONWOOD, HIJU
TAUKD IiUM It Kit.
DKKS.SKD 1'INK, Atsll AND l'Ol'-I-AK
1-M.OOItlNO, OKll.NO AND
rnroillce at haw mill on corinr nf Twcn.
ty.heioud fcllcct and Ohio l.cvco.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS NORMAL
UNIvbKS1 1 r.
C'jiniioNiiAi.nJatkJon (Wily, 1
'v May 13, 1SU j
On cniiilltioii tLa a MitlUlciu lumber of
young ptNons ue'lre, and arc willing to
contribute a frf mialljsuu lovard defray
ing expenses y tw liindred at four
dollari each n Nomial Intitule T ill be held
in the nc.v bullillnif, romiR-ncliiit July 1, the
day of dedlcstinrf bullllig, nod cuntlnuo
till July 01. The Principal the t'litvcrslly
will hato clirgc, ind the ttrehd nu'iiilicrs of
tbe faculty will gl o the m.1n part ol the In
Miuctlon. Atlta-ltcn Iccitcs will be ghen
nnd) If ttio c"li ctxitrltnitevN sulllclcnt, the
Itcit men of ibis st&tr and Vsoiu and hull
nu, will ,p bnuifilit In tor lllno lectures.
If not more than one liuifU uim uny ai
trinl, the porsniia (.ont:ict Mh tin) Instruc
tors will be greater a,-i tb; rollt more : and
as tbo cxpoiuc of the fluitur will be the
nun", the fee should bo llt(l)llar-. If three
hundred at'end, tbe fee edd be reduced to
As the stale legislature a.cs in provN
loin for paying the cxpcnsHlf Mich un In
tltltte,Ki de-lrable and vallate to public
schools, will not ill tho uev.papcr.o ol
Southern llll,inl, add anotier lDr to the
m iiiy they l,ac already done Ikj commu
nity, and gle this an.un. -edict several
grntultoiix In.eitloo v rood im, p, and
call the attention ol HC'ion to It ?
Let nil wbe wll ailciid, send llitr
names at once sic""' later than .inr' -i
prot to Dr. ii.il..', secrelatyt,rtriitccs,if
Soulhern 1 lllnow orsual l'idvcilty,Cailion
(looil bo ml in to had In ('iirbnndule at
N. II. The iiHliute cannot Ik held with
les than one Unircd nnd liny wlio u ill juy
live dollar cjli. Itimi.nr Ai.i.v.v,
rrlnclp.il of Kactill).
HEALTH RETREAT, t
J' Tin- Srlig Sanltiirli
! I'oui inllcit loin Clovcrpnn, llreckcu N
AlidK'f fn.. Iv (IUANI) SfKSKItY. ,',
Sill, .l furatlc Tatcr- at li per .lav,
J 2I l.irtwu vel. Send or clrcii'nf
V,'" US. llt'.M'.t Itl.-IIOI. )
31 :svi Mm. s
si rsc K.I. A w K sjm.
R. SMYTH &. CO.
No. CO Ohio icvee,
B. F. PAFKER,
(Suiccssor to l'arkc, & lMake,
PAINTS & )ILS
WINDOW SK A 1)KS
And the celebrated IlliUltiut ng
Droit' Hiiildlng, lltL St.. Cornorcla' A v.
tietweec Tenth mil Kluvntb SfeeU-,
Is prciared to mi rdi rs vjijout delay.
Ilolun unnn sto.k Imjciel leather ou
)mnd,Jti.ircceiu-.l fnui .NocrW, and ha
pis t. down tbeprlcw tttyc lTut notch.
C. H. WHEELER,
AVOOD AND 70 AL
OI'IMCi: AND YAH),
10th SI. bet. Washington & Comnircialive.
A laro mipily of I'lttsburc and lilg
Muddy coal conrtai.tly jn band. K.ove
ood yawed to order. Orlern for ceal oi
Wflfwl klir.lllil hi. Iflft Ht .tin n 1nV.
b.rent. Tenuf, canb gn delvcry.
K. MAX WKL1. CO.,
Manufacturer und Dealer, in
MACHINE & BURNJG011S
Also AfftinU for tbo
No. 71", Norti Malno Street,
iudcrs lllr.h (npsthlli) fint etl Ktro
and Washington Avenm,
9a-3i.tr oaiuo, ii.i.Noiy,
BiVDOIBNT SCIIBMB !
FIFTH A 4D LAST CONCERT
i; AID OK tiii:
Public Library of Kontucky.
J"u"isy oi. is7l.
In aiinoniiellirtbe Kifih and lat of the
cerlcsof (lilt toneeiti, eiionfor the bcneill
nf II, II, il.lt. I . r ..... i..
' ""III 1..U..I1 111 ivrlu.K'K, iitr
trtMeul and iianngrr rcler with pride and
llll!llll-ii tritlinr..,,,. .. li.unl....i .i'p.tu.1..
kIncii: Tho llrt, licoembir 10, 1874; lbecc
.md, Deccillbct i!, ltM tUe third, .lay 8,
1S7! nnd tbe mirth. Mac!, ill, 1HT1.
. : "r'crtbrli ib.vrtcr. granted by a special
fi-i .i ,,,'"'Wv U'KUIatlire, March IU
;.... ''"'.ctH are aillliorie.l i fivu
.,-"uuul" om.y onk mouiii;
Ullt ( niieert With tbo luouev sirMnK I'rnm
the I. loh tin. I I ... p. ii. . .1.,...,...
.4t.-i luili' ... tiiu 'till, .mi.
sen 111. :m, other ill ti-rtinoiiM lire to been-
Virr.n.1 .....I ....I. ,' ..til. t...l ...
..un 1'UIIIMVe.l " n iiai-ii UIK1 1 . Tll.lll
nual Income. Such n cinlowiiicnt liinil
U .1. ........ I n.. .1.1. r.. 1. ..fn.,..
,, ,l, i ,Ml t'l.ll.,- irrjuiiii j ici Ul Jf
titii', nut only !ln maliitciiaiice of lid- iiiafj.
iilll'-nt c-tnbb'-liiiU'Ol , but Its cnntaiit
'lho Fifth Gift Concert.
tor tjr auipn-i-H iiiclitloneil, and which l
piittl.. hiiiI iiueolllo.'.illy niilioiinced
i; I : i.'Avr wnK ii wn.ii i: Kit mi:
l.!r.V.'i:il T,IIS IIAltTKIt AND
H TIIK I'Kns r.MANAOKMIINT, will
come oil in tbe v.ib le Library Hull, at l.oi,i -Ulli-jKy.
Friilny July 81, 1871.
At lliW llrril I'lint'iirl nvni.i'1 l,li,.. tu i ..
upon a wale corropmi.l tijf witli IN In-
.inn laiiee. i lie lllllt!.' Will lie
rcndcrcc by un orcbc-tr.i conIstlti(; of one
Ii1iiii1iiiaI tn.rf ririmirM &.t.. f..n,l...lH r
. i- , ....... r, , ,1 (Ul in ci i I mill
In dlltertst land", mid the iliipreccdciile.l
divided Into tnenl tlioil-and ulftN, will be
n-iriiiiiien annili; IIIC llCkcl-luililer.
MM' OS IISS'TU.
ONI," (iltAND fAVt (HIT . ...
OSIU.lt AXIS I'Atll llll.-p
d.S'i: (IltAND CA?J (lll-T '
11X11 (IltAND OA.-JI CUT....
i.i. iii;..M iw.mi (,i."p.
r. UAMl (iIKI-S, fcO.000 each.
10 ( ASH OUT S, 11,000 each
1.'i( AS lilfl'i'. tnVuii 1.
jo ami 111 lis
.'.'.( ASH (HIT-:,
no cash iiii-"ts
1.00.1 eai b '
t.U00 each. .
!.( .acli. .
U.OOU each. .
llOO CUI'll. ,
100 uaeli. .
Kin ( Asm i:ii.t.'
"in f a uii hi
MM CASH (ilKTS'.
I1,000 CASH (il KTS, Weaob. ,
tlllANI) TOTAL 20,M OH-T.S,
ai.i. CAM 1 V'J.rO.WM
Whole Tlcketi" A fid.oo
I eiith, or each Coupon t,W
II Whole Ticket for ft,il
'-.'I TIcletM for 1,(KJ0,)
1 irxcif. aro no reauv lor .. e. nml oni.Ti
accoinpaiileil by eaOi will be liromiitlv
Liberal Comiiil-tloiia will be nllnu-d to
aiiiai uirj u;clil,
jircirar. coiitnltillig full n- i"r-nl-licd
TIIOS. E. V'tAMLKITK,
Ascnt nud Jluuai;er.
l'ublli Library llilldlni;, !.nnMlle, Ky
Two American Magazines.
The ezccllenc1 r American .Maj;i.lnr,
haubccoiuo iio vcllri'cojriilcd abroad, tlirit
ouciftbo leail'iiL' rinj-lbh l'.ipers. the l.on
.Ian Weekly l!eKier. In a recent lue, llm
Micaks uf 'scribne-'h Monthly ":
" Wo are ii)iiiralii-. to own tbat 'Scrlb-
tier Aionllitv carrinon ti.e prin tniM t
an our hiiiiiiii; inoiitNy serlali lor brilliancy
ofllliislratiun-. and variety ofciiteut. It fj
simply a wontf rful sbllllng'i worth. Notb
lii' can be motj cbirnilnL- than tbe ruin.
lull of force anl vlor; fie llbt and shade
re managed ttb a 'ritlv artistic iiouer.
Outof It one aid twenty 'original article..
c really do not now which to ehoo-c a
best, for each aucall arc cxcelluit."
t.,Noi.",y ' ,'' """t 'ScrlbnerV
;M',,,,.)I'.? ,'X-clN he i:imllt, .Maalnes,
It IV 1 holiest o' tin- American .Monthlies
U tbe extent. iarlt and artistic excel
l.eco of Its ilhutratlonof American themes
.1 Um never been ewi nnnm.1.1..
leas excelled. It has a larger pageai .1 KUe,
a ercatcr arlely la l: content tbau any
other of the btandsrd American .Montblle.
In I t;rary Hiara tr, and In the brilliancy
amiability of It, Mltorial Deparlme i t., ft
cnloya an vjnal preeminence. '
Itnconductor tart.-d with the dellnate
aim or making it tie lict mazlne In tlie
world, or wblh tiny have ncMir lor a mo
inent oi.t .Igbt, aim they point nltn pride
and pIc.iMiro tothetlay mid Juno nmnbcri.
recently Issued, aiuiak for them u candid
examination and a earcrut comparison of
their mcrlti with tln-o of other magazlnei.;
and they renew-th.ir pledge to tbe public,
to strive lor etill blfber excellence in the
A considerable deintiid ha- rcccutlv arl-o
In KiiKland lor at. Mibola-, Scrlbncr'' -cw
Mawlno for bovs ami islrle. on- publMier
.lesiring to i-ecnru an &3.II cross olibreetboiii
and of the tlr.i-t bound volume (when com
pleted), with IiIm linisnt.
The suece'. of 'S.t.Xlihob" In this coun
try has been eon nore renmrkablu than
tbat of dcribiier .Monllly it is pro
nounced to be "an l.cally perfect Maea.lne
for children." and, ai It Intbecase with all
the bc-t lltcraturo fir cUldreo, It ban been
I'liiiul to iiiu.em sirtunlni: interest for
Brown up rcaderrf, anivtll.
1 lie iiumence oldie perioiiicai 01 111c isy
can scarcely bo ddlnatcd, efpecliilly upon
the rlslns Keiierat in, 1 arcnU and tcachcra
cannot allord to hrluih I'erent to tbl1. Intlti-
ence, orcar. lc.Mili relation to tho character
of llio literature hrnbhed to the (.hllilmi
outslilt! of their school lewjoni.. In 'St.
N'lcholai' n"t onlj arc lll-tory, Natural I'lill
oophy( Lltrratuie, Tine Arte, and .Mauu-
acinic preieiiuu in an attractive way 10
yoiinj; reader, bit the children are stimuli
Icd'to seek lilotiiiuilon for Ihemsclvc'.
The pulilHieiit will fend to any u.l.lrcx 11
ppeclmen nvnbcr of 'St. Nicholas' poflC(c
prr-pabl, oiircccin of ton cents, tho hare
co-t of paper m! pnnfis. 'I'hu maKazlnes
nro sold by at flrstM''. ISooWllcra and
Newsdealers crcry u here.
Serlhner'8 JIoiiMily, $1 a Year; !l."e
ft N limber.
St. Mcliolm .Monthly, ?!1 a Year; 25c
SUUUKKIt .V: CO.,
till, Hrsadmiy, Sow York.
OtieciiHunic, China, (Jiasiware, Itmtk
ciilmm aud Yellow Vino, Ktonovuri
Cl1I1mOr1111111cnls.ini Toys, tiini'V
(loodi, Tinted witv, 'I nolo and
rocket Cutlery, lamps, Limp
Look luir (llivsc.M, etc.
In fuel m cry Mini ol koo.Is beloucltiK lo a
i'or the next .,xty ilty.i I will oiler tbo
Hbovc (j'ufl.U at and bebw cost, for cah only.
TlU t,'OO.lH lllllkt 110 btllillO ClO.t! tllC COIICCI',1,
Ol.fco buvers aro c-peelally Invited, cither; to
i f.ne and see for thcnmolu'K or send their
ordcM, Iu either caso I yua-autee satisfaction
i, T. 'I1KIMAS.
Asfilguce orru'fhn, DaMs .V co.
ill o, III, Apill Ui, lf.'l.
P TT "R. TH
Chemicals, J'atont .Medicines, Perfuinurv, Soaps, Urualios,
Toilett Articles, Druggist's Fnncv fJnods, Collier Wliito
Lead and Oilier Cirades, 1'ainls,' Colors, Oils, Yariiinlic8,
Window fJlass, Wnx J-'lowcr Araterial, Tulie Colors, Dye
St nils, Etc., Ktc, Kic. 3
i.,oU.'?oli,',lt r"fr1,'P'idcnce and order- from Urn win in, I'hyalelani and (leneral Stons
i?hr.VMra ' -''
WHOLESALE & RETAIL. KKTA1L & PHEfCKlPTION.
71 Ohio Lcvep. M'asliliijrtou atc. cor. Klirlilli Mt
NE W HOT EL
(Late 1'rojiricter of tho St. Nicholas Hotel)
Uaa. become SiipcrintPtident of the
II Hi Mllll
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND Oil 10 LEVEE.
Mr. Walker having taken charge of this old and well-known house, will at
once ivo it n thorough renovating, and put it in first-clans order lor the recep
tion ,'tieslc. .Mr. Walker will weleomo hi. old customcrH to the new house, aud
will alwaj'H he glad to nee them.
First-class Day Board $20 per Month.
HAHRY WALKEE, Supt.
50 Ohio Levee -
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
Tho I'laiiter'-i House ih located on Ohio l.cvco Street in
CLOSE PROXIMITY TO RAILROAD DE
POTS AjSTD steambot landings
And in tho Center of tho IlusincsH Portion of tho City. Tho Houee is new
and conjileto in all itn apjiointmentH. Tho rooms, are largo and airy, besides
being elegantly furnished and carpeted. (Jue.its will receive courteous) treat
ment and the best of accommodations.
Transient Guests 2 per Day.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
WILLIAM I?. SMITH, M. D.
ItKSlDKKOK No, 21, Tldrlcentli aire o t
l.otwtcn WaHliliiKton avenue and Wal 11U
treet. Otllre Via cohimi i. lid avenue, up
g $ s
o o $
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H H R i
M 00 w n M 3
g o b 5 a - I
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o q 9 3
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w w 3 2 a s
', 03 tn o
nnmnn mm mi
I JU11 lllU llllJ
np TTa R
- CAIRO. ILLS
Day Uonrdom $20 pur Month-
and Boats Day ana Night.
1)11. WM. HALL'S
Balsam for the Lungs
TIIK GHKAT AMK1UOAN CON
SUMl'TIVKUEMEUY ConMimiitlon is NOTaniuciirablndlieaie.
I'liyt.1 jIhiix HHniire uh tliU luct. H U ouly
nee bar to huve ttio Jtllit Itetuedjr, nml
Die terrilile inaliidy can be rouiilereu.
Hall's Balsam is this Bemedy.
ft liroiikH up the nlglit aweata, relieve! tliu
oppreBhlvu tlyliliiuHa aeroHa ttis Iudbs, ami
lieuN tliu l.iivurated anil xcorlaU1 urlmirn
wlil. ii tliuvi'liom ol the (llbouno producon.
WIIIU: MFK LASTS TJIEKKIS IIOl'K
It ni'iy not lie ton lute tootled a euro even
alter tlio .loeturit liaui .'iven you up
Mali'" 1Ihii I old ovorywliore, and
may Uu liwtl at wliolcmlo ol the rroprUtor,
John K. Henry. Ourran V Co,, at tlielr
(Ireut Medicine Wurehouso, 8 and 9 Collega
I'l i. e, Now York, l'rlco f 1 per bottle.
Hull' llulsum la uUo a sure remedy for
CoiikIik, Colli, riioumoDu, Bronenlttin,
Aktliiiw, Spitting of lllood, Croup, IVboop
mi; Cough, and all other dlnealea ot the rti
Alao l'roprlctorn of ricovlll'a lllood and
Liver Syruii.Carliollo Salve,Kley'a Trochna,
Oxyi;eiiatca llittera, Motl'a Ltverl'llla. &o.,
JOHN F. HENItY, CUHItAN CO ,
8 andU College riaee.rtnw York.