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OMcIaI 1'mirrot tlio City Coiinlr
idllN II; OliKHLY. Kdltor m.i rumis&tr
TKUM8 OKTHK VMUY MJLLICTI ' 1
One wok, tiy carrier,. ,f 35
On ytartiy carrier, Inadvsnco, 10 00
On fear ley carrier II riot pald'ln
advance , 12 (K)
Una Month, by mall 1 00
rhro"Aoiitii.V. u... i.. a oo
Wlx months , b 18
Ono year 1 10 00
TicnMs or wnicKtr iiuli.ktin.
Ono Year,...., fl 00
Sit Mnntln , 7fi
Thrcfl Months W)
Invariably in advance.
KiuirilUR tnnllrr oil fvvry iiic
Til s S7 ,0011-tivcn to llic Kansas
. 9tn,to. Senator,, York, ly tlio United
States Senator I'omcroy.as bribe money,
lie's in tlio treasury of t lint purged and
now iionoflt'cliinmonrccnltli unclaimed.
Neither York nor Poincroy will have
jt, uud.Lhc treaanrcr l:iro ucitusccit.
Tilt Anti-Monopoly Mato conven
tion meets nt .Springliiild lo morrow
and will i"vtj udtU:ites
for the state oflicea to lie filled at the
election next November. What the
oonvcntiou will amount to wo cannot
predjet. It ought to inaugurate. n new
political era in Jllinyiq, and might do
so,bnt it is a lamentable fact that there
i reason to bcliovo it will be swallowed
bv political, ehnrks. A number of
played-out politicians and demagogues,
who linVo'heon-discarded by both re-
iinlilienns .mil ilninrier.it4 li.nvn inl nftni
sidcrntilo mlluciico Willi tlio AntwMoii-
opolift?, and nfay cOntrol the policy of
the new party. If they do, tbo organ
izatjpu,yriU "dio in tho Writing.'' Al-
, , exajder county will havo no rcprescn-,
"tativo-in'the eonvention. -
A urn of Ghicl Justice Chase by J.
W. Sohuckcrsjhis lato private secre
tary; in-announced by Apploton & Co.
This is the biography authorized by
the family of the late cbiel justice, and
Will bo gotten up in handsome style,
being well illustrated. The material
for this biography was collcctod in
part, some years ngo, foiiio of it per
haps half a ddzen years previous to the
death of Mr. Chase. The long and inti
mate acquaintance of tlio writer with the
nubjootof tho biography, an acquaint
anco begun in Ohio, long before the
clouds oP civil war encompassed the
Union, nnd which, increased and
made moro familiar by circumstan
ces, continued unremittingly until the
deatli of Chief Justice Chase, gavo to
Mr. Hohuokers peculiar facilities
for becoming thoroughly acquainted
with tho public and private life of Mr.
Chnpo from the beginning of his career
as a public man in Ohio, through his
term as secretary of the treasury nnd
his service as chief justice of tho Uni
Tub Illinois Press Association has
earned for itself the title of a company
of doad-boats. The yearly "business"
which calls the association together, is
to "cat, drjuk and bo merry," uud to
get all tho hotel fare, carriage nnd
railroad rides they can without pay.
Tho editors who kcops this thing up,
should ceaso to call themselves tho 111
inois Press Association. ("Cairo Uul
letiH. Tho 'Uullotin' makes tho mistake
of describing tlio llliuoia Press Asso
ciation as the editor of that paper as
sisted to mako it. Sincohis withdrawal
wo understand it' lias greatly im
proved in its habits. SpringGold
The editor of Tjik JJui.letin never
helped to "make" tho Illinois Press as
sociation anything. Wo were never n
member of tho association. Soroo
years" iigowhcn the body visited
Cairo, wo as mayor of tho city, received
it in thenaiuo oi tho city, and aftor
iard neoprapnuiod it .to Mobile ns a
sort of outsider. Wo have nover taken
part iu the deliberations nor discussions
of tho association in iaot have nover
met with it except during its visit to
Cajro, Astan association of editors
who meet annually to discuss tho bus",,
nojs of journalism, to suggest its im--pavements
and advauco its interest.wo
rowun u Heartily tmd thoroughly.
Hut when it holds u session of W(.0k
ostensibly ' to ,lo business ,! tll011
spends fivo days out of the six i han
qneta ,xourW.und merrymaking
generally wo aro not with it. w ...
not endorse mixturo of business ami
pleasure, business which is
slurred over and pleasure which Dm
uooiation allows the publio.ir it will to
, payfai. ..... '
illJMINLSOKNUKSOP fcttD LYT
n Tho last time I over met 1 n. 1 i .
ton was -Jft. LrrSCiiff
Kono for Bh6tV holiday'.' 1 Ca'
'Zl Ufon hi" S!
htonny November ovening.not far from
11 Wag bl0ff,,'K t5l of wind, and his
slender figufo havered and reeled al
most as ho tried to mako head against
tho blast. Jlc had no overcoat nnd
thaljli1clv. ho did wear looked, I
thoucht.faded and shabby. I was try-
ing 10 Slip p.lAiiiii" uuuuaui viiu, lur uu
nbvor mot me without stopping to say
n fow wonli; but ho reoognizod me
nt n glance, en'.ijjit hold of
iny arm and asked 1110 to
come home with him to tho Queen's
hotol nt Huntings, where ho was stay
ing,and diner lie was'without an um
brella, the rain fell in torrents, and 1
covoradthiin as woll ns I could fwitli
iDitie t found-he occupied apartments
on tho ground tloor at tho hotcli They
seemed in a sad state of confusion.
Tho lloor was strewed with a litter of
books and papcra, nnd copiously
sprinkled with Turkish tobacco, tho
odor .of which prcvaded tho air. Tho
fable Wa9 laid with covers for three.but
only inysoir nnd tho host aaC'down.
Ho ato, I observed, very sparingly, and
drank nothing but water, with a dash
oi. sherry in it. In tho evening, ns 1
was taking my departuro, I canio upon
tho Herman waiter who had attended at
tho tablo. and hinted that tho rooms
lnight'bo kept in better order.
"UIces you sir, said tho Kcllucr,
"tho placo has not been swept or dusted
for a fortnight, that 'ore gcut is outra
geous like if 11 book or paper is touch
ed. The manager wants to got him
away, but lid has taken tho rooms for a
month nndwon't na: . nnd. . !i..r r.h
vuu-in y inni uur govurnci 1 iiku
to dis.obligo him."
"Waiter," 1 said stcainly, "do you
know who that 'ore gent,' as you call
j 'iS'h ir uo fir,' replied tho waiter,
iu a breath. puzzled by the solemnity ot
iny toiio) . '(
i " That Ik Lord Lyttoti," I said,"thu
greatest ni'ah in all England. If you
see much of him, and noto down
carefully what may become 11 second
"Lortsir, said tho waitcr,"you don't
say mi. 4$ Our manager thiuks tlio gout
,i cracked;', be goes out iu all weathers
without any groat coat, ami won't even
tako an umbrella; then he uovor exam
ines his bills, but scribbles otV a check
on any scrap of paper that comes to
hand. It was only the day before yes
terday a poor woman came with ono of
,1110111 UUN Ul JIUJICl. DUO DUIU WIU uui-
lainlish looking cent who lived iu our
house had given it to her, and she did
not know what to do with it. lie hud
como into her cabin to light
his pipo while her husband.n poor fish
erman who was drowned iu the last
galo, lay there dead. Ho wrote it on
tho back of an old letter, and said bo
honod it would do her nood. You
can't think of tho poor creature's aur
prise when 1 brought her back ten
sovereigns which the manager gavo 1110
when he saw the paper, surely sir,tu
gent cannot bo all right here;" and tho
waiter siguilicantly touched Ins fore
bead. Ho promised to prcservo a faith
ful diary of his lordship's proceedings
but when I roturuod to the hotel about
two years afterward. 1 found thut ho
like tho poor fisherman, had boon
drowned iu n storm, nod left nothing
behind but a small boy, his son who
bad been sent to school at tlio expense
ot tlio hotel company, with a view o
educating luiu tor the onerous situ
ation ol a page
CousiderinirlLordfrytlon only ocou
pied himself in composition for four
hours every day, it is surprising tho
amount ol work ho tried to getthroiiKh
lie never had, at 11 nj I i 1110 durini; my
acquaintance with him, anything like
good health; he was always plaoinu him
self under tho earo of some physician.
and it ho hoard oi any new remedy
which ho thought might bo applicable
to his own cafce, ho was sure to avail
himself of it. Like his brothcr,ho dis
tinguished diplomatist, he becamo iu
atcr iilo nearly a continued hypo
chondriac, although his intellectual
power uiu not seem 111 any way uiuiiu
was on a visit at Hudbiook park,
near niciimoiiu, nuoiu twenty years
ago. it was then a hypochondriac
establishment, presided over by a
physician of eminence. To uiv sur
prise, I met Lord Lyttou strolling up
the avunuo one morning, carrying his
Eipo in ono baud and a small traveling
ag iu tho other. Tho London season
was at its bight, and Parliament
Bitting; but ho remained nt least one
mouth, taking his meals at tho public
tablo, walkiug much in Richmond park
and occupying himself with his papers
and pipo. Tho tobacco he smoked
was not very strong, but tho incessant
uso of it must havo been highly inju
rious to uorves so finely strung ns his.
lie seemed to me to havo hardly any
appetite for food ; nt breakfast he sel
dom ato moro than a mouthful of toast,
and having swallowed a oup of tea, flew
oft' to tho solaco of his bolovod pipe.
There was, I roniombor, a space of
tangled brushwood immediately behind
tho houso, where I have seen him sit
and saunter for hours together, ap
patently absorbed iu thought ; and no
ono, although tho houso was full of
rwplo, over thought of interrupting
hih solitude. He arrived without any
servant, and nover had a visitor dur-
? s i- . lo rriod nf sojourn.
At Kuobworth, which is thu luwil.
itary mat of tho Lyttous, his mother's
family, tho novolist did not, in his lat
ter 1110, reside much. A friend of
mine, tho lato Lady Murray, lived nt
Audelbury, only a few miles distant,
and wlulo on a visit thero, I had fro
luent opportunities of hearing of lior
famous neighbor. Ho was extremely
I-oimlar and beloved by the Z1
orders in all ots of theountry'am
a limit9'' ? y iWart "I'Iluflitly Without
a limit. Poople came from all nru
of lbo world,pciallylVomALPri
to see him. Tho house at KmCS
was ofton full, but I don't think the
host always knew who his guests were.
"collect being struck by the appear
anco of a remark-!.!
M fidward," Ho made tl0 Umwy
toward nor anv ono
bearded Ilk f
Of tl.. I..- M. V ",U U"U 'n,i
"I do not know," he Sllld "hut I n
lso in tho house could supply tho 're
quired information. It appeared that
many .foreigners frequently came with
encrs 01 inirouuciiun, n lew irom
Harou Tauchnitz, nf Vienna ; they
werfi iriVlted, as a matter "hf course, to
remain for a week or so ; and then the
host, too often confined to his owu
apartment by illucss, would forget all
about them, nnd- ihoy departed as
mysteriously as thoy camo, leaving
somo cases, aud in this instance in
at least, a shone odor of tobacco.
After his departuro 1 was moved iuto
tho room occupied by tho distinguished
foreigner, and I found oufthe mau
vais odor to riiy cost.
It is well known that in his early
llfo Lord Lyttou wrote a no'Cl called
Tho Last of the Harold Ho was the
first noblo, the firs oaron, of his own
rnco, and it to me the most aucct
ing part of the nielaucholy ceremonial
of his funeral to see tho cornet he had
so nobly won placed at tho head of the
jscnsolcs clay. Vuuitas vunitatem I
Ono of tbo "luoroU" of tbi nmnufncluto
of shot is tbo mixing of tliu lead with n
cortaln proportion of a cumbtinttluu ol
mineral subUnco4 called 'teniptir." Tlio
'temper" it tutod with tho It-tvd, and gives
the molten metal that conaljtuney winuli
m a Wet it drop. It it wore not fur tlio
"temper" tbo lead wuuld bo molded by
tbo ilovo, and would form little pencil
Instead 01 round uliot wnan "nil" mint,
cormipondlog to thut sire. Tim little
pellet como pouring down in a continu
ous diowur, nnd tall Into a tauk tlllod
with water on tha ground 'floor, Iu tliuir
iloicont of two hundred fmt thoy Imcnniu
ro.ioct apuores. llrm anil iIoiibh, hiii! tliov
aro tolorably cool whan they strike tlio
WBier, niinoui!ii tno swnt coucuaflons
mako tho link fimm nnd bubble m if tlio
water wpi bailing lurioutly. Tim sin t
muit full in walur, lor if they tliould
itrlkonny firm snbstnnco they would bo
llattencd and knocked outot aliitpe, Tout
thu little pallet iiortootly dry Hftrr tnny
have been in the 'well' U tho mutt ililli
cnlt Hnd troublrsomu process ot tliu whole
manuiticlurt). An vlovntor with small
Imckots (very much like tboiu uui in
lluur mills) cirrlei tho Ihot up as fait at
they reach tbo bottom of the "well, ' and
depotiu them In a box ilxty feet above
the tint lloor. The wator drip from tho
buckets aa they go up, and not much la
poured into tho ruceivor abovo, although
it la Intended lo bo a sort ol dripping ma
cnino. f rom tola recolvor tlio abot runa
down a apout into a dry-pan, which
greatly rnaombloa a gigantic shoo made
ot iboot iron. Tho pan rests at an nnglo
which pormlta tho wot shot to roll alowly
down to iboctmmbtir bolow, and tha pol
Iota bocomo perfoctly dry aa thoy pais
over tha warm sheet Iron.
Tht Liuark 'Uazette,' a staunch
granger paper, publishes the following,
which is too good to be lost :
"A granger dreamed that ho died ;
ho went straight up to tho spirit woild ;
he knocked at the gates of New Jeru
salem and it was opened unto him.
Tho books wore opened. Ho was
asked. "Did you ever belong' to any
secret society V" to which ho replied,
"I did to tho grangers." "Then, sir,
you cauuot bo admitted dopart." Ho
then went to the bottomless pit, where
tho same questions were asked him by
the devil, and again he was told to
dopart. After ho was gone a little
way ofT he was accosted by the homely
ruler of tho pit, when the following
propositions were made: "Stranger,"'
said Nick, "I will not admit you hero ;
thoy do not want you in heaven ; but I
will sell you two huudrcd barrels of
brimstono for cash, ten per cent off,
ami you can start a little hell of your
onw, with 110 agents or middle men."
R. SMYTH & CO.
No.. CO Ohio Lcvco,
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker & 11 lake,)
PAINTS & OILS
And the celebrated lllunilnatln
llrois' Uulldlni;, Hth St. A; Oouiorcial A v.
Boot & Shoe
lletwoee Tenth and Eleventh Htreets,
Ik nreiiared to till iirili.ru Mill, mm) .lnlni-
lle han a line MtoeW ul Iminr.l I....H,,n.
hand, jui received from Niwucrk, and ha
put down tlm prices- to lye lowen uoteli.
C H. WHEELER,
WOOD AND GOAL
OKKICK AXO VAI51),
lOlh SL bet. Washington & Comuiorcial Ave.
Mu.Jtttie .""I'ply ot I'ltlMiurK and HIk
ret. ieruni, cash on delivery.
I tukj) ploasuvo in calling
tho attention of tho public to
my fesh ami full stock ol
new nnd elegant. Furniture, at
my Furniture and Matrass
Factory, coriu.r Snvo.ntoentli
Street and Washington Ave
nue. My stock embraces
JJcdsteads, Wadrobes, Bu
reaus, Sideboards, Wash
stands, Tables, Chairs, Bug
gies, Matrasses and, in it word,
all that is useful or orna
mental in my line.
This being the only manu
factory of Furniture iu this
city, J propose ollering better
have made a large jvdxtinn.
in the piVc 0 r.ii my ioods
examine my slock
uii.i secure an oimii 01 choice
1 1 1 i 1
Furniture. .To tho wholesale
trade 1 oiler special induce
ments. Note tho placo
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wholesale and Hetail Dealer in Fur
nituie aud Matrasses.
IT IS 1TOT TJELTJUl
D II. HULTZ
UK IN NTILI, I.1VIHU AND III t'AIR
ills olliro aniMHpenmry at
N0.22 KIGI1TH STIIKHT,
Dot. Commercial ana Waamnnrton avonucv
It U true, tho doctor Is ono of tho oldeM
phyMolaiii of the place, and hi diploma,
that tnK in bli oiUce, kIiowh that lie lias
boon SI )earx in the profession, ilo Is ilolnc
a larger oiace prautico man any oilier pny
)lclan, treating ah kinds of chronic ilUvases
ot the lmtimu Hystem, mch hh old Mlcers, aud
all JI'CRKtu of tlio kln, liumor and blood
polious ; hlno dheaiteH of tho throat ; iiImi
ail dlncatuiH ot tho cyu of yearn HtauilliiK;
also urtlliclal eyes Inserted; lUtula cured
without tho uko of a Knilo ; cuuecrs cured
by.tho -pjilfi-utloii of nieUlelues; iiniiilea on
wie race reinoveu; an urinary ilUouben
euro J ; U forms ol venoreal aud private
illHcaios,'cured In tho i-liortest lime ; xenila
woaKiieni aim Hcu-auuiio cureu in u cnor
It la fell-evlilcnt that a physielan trcatlnK
cases lor iwuuiy-twu yeara acquiren ureal
All coni ultatloni conlidcntlcal, in pcraoa
or ly leiiea.
medielnes furnlfbod at nllleo In
!t.'AItt.1 l)K. Daviii llur.Tx
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
AM. KINIIK, HAIUJ AND HOKT,
Keep con. tnitly on hand
Mill and Yard, lT ...""r OI0,
o iii. u i
ami unii) iit'vce.
WALL L ENT,
.Mimufucturrr jnd Dealers In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH,
l'OI'LAH.OAK, OVl'KUH, ASI1, OUM
AN I) OOTTONWOOD, hlllt
UKKtiSKI) PINK, AMI AND 101'.
LAK FlmitlWU, OKILNO AND
jgroilleeit miw mill on eorm-r of Twen
ty.hoiond ktritt and Olilo Levee,
K. MXWRLL A CO.,
MamifictnrerH and Doalers In
MAOHIiE & 1UJRNIG OILS
Alo Agent for tho
No. 710, North Maine Street,
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS NORMAL
Oiiiiio.NiiAt.K Jackson County . 1
Iay 15, 1874. j
On condition that i milklcnt niiiulii r ol
youiiR M:roii desire, and aro willing to
I'uiitilbuten very a mull mini toward iltliay
liiB txptimcs-kay two huudrnd al foil,,
dollars each-a Noinid Instlttif will ho held
Iu the new bulldini;, coiiiiuenclin; .f ill v I. the
day iifdodlcntliig Ihu bulldiiinud conllmu-
till July III. Tlio Prluelpal ol the I'nlveiMly
Wllinau ciiiiri'i-, und tlm iiioiiiImth ol
the faculty Mil glvo the iinln pjit n lln lii.!
Mnullon. Al lea-t Ion Icelniio w II I.e ):len
and, if the nish voulrilmtvd N ciillleleiil. tho
best moil of lliU stale a AlUoui uml lnj.
alia, will be brought In lor thei- Uetuierx. .
If not more lluiu oih huuilrediiiiil llliv i,l-'
tend, thu peionl vontr.ct with the InMiue-
tnii will ho gr.'aler nnd thi-prolllnioic : and
iisuieexpeii'eol I lie InMlltltluii will he tlio
name, the leu thouhl l.o Itv dolbri!. II three
nuiiiircu 4ltutiU, Hie leu eoul.l t reiliieed In
A the sfatc legislature lii;l.e no i.rovlc
louforiia)lnglh e.peiijj ol Uih an In-
flllulo, so deslraliiato nnd :ilunhle lopublie
souinern lllluoU, add another Infer In he
many tlioy have already done th-j cominii
ully, and give this announcement levoral
Kratultoiii limcillora m a jjooil nl.iee, and
eull tin- attention ul leiu hers lo It ?
Let all whu wl-li to i.tuml, Miid Ihelr
nanii al oiue-aml not l iter Hun .June it),
irnx to Dr. Itulir:n, siH'titntyol triuteey.of
Soutliein Illinois Noruiul I'nlverslly.i ;iiImih.
Hood hoilil can be had In Cubulel.i,, at
re i-oiiuuia ralen.
.V II The Institute eaiuiot be held with
lei. limn one hundred and fifty who will pay
liiedoll.irs raid, IIOUKIll At.l.t.H.
mi t mtoiii:n
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Deulcr tn
Xo. 7 Ohio LoTio, CAIRO, ILLS
KSTSpcclat attention Riven to eonUgn
uieuii 'im lining orijei1.
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
IVTo. llO OlllO IlOTTOO
N. II. Tlilttlewnod. J. J
THISTLEWOOD &. CO
Flour, Corn, Oats, Hay, Ac
No. 78 OHIO I.KVI'.i:,
CUKFKY, HARULSON k CO..
(SuccosHors to 1). llunl & Hon.)
3TO R-W J.0R. O
ft-I.OIIH.UllAIN AM II A T,
No 03 Ohio Iiflvnn, OA I HO, lf.UI
NKW yOUK HTOitlS,
WHOLK8ALK AND RETAIL.
u YABiurr ITOOK IU TUM CITT
Jornar of Hlartoaniii Mlreal nnd 'nm
O. O. i'ATIKII
fine millinery goods
t'HKNII NI'HIKH UOOIIH
MilS. M . J A 0 K H O IS
(Konacrly Mrs. Sw.ndcrs,)
annnunrcs that slio lias mst' oncned a hre
asMruiioai oi mu
AND HANDaO.M KHT
Mlilliiory OnoiU totiu (oumi in tlio market
aim win Kuup no linuil
HATS, IIONNKTH, KI.OWKIIS. HlllllOKH,
UKKHM TB1MMIHOH OK Al.l. KlNlJS,
LA III KM FlJHNIHIlINO OOOIIH, Kulltm
(JOLI.AIIH, llNlllillHI.KKVKS. ltUKKS.
And all eomls Inuud In mlllliiorv HtnruH. nil
ot widen Will ho disposed ol at tlio InweM
I'iihIi liflciiH. Mrs. iluekson rimnneiriiUv
naksa ronlluuation of tliu putiiiiiiii;o wlileh
uun uuun pu iiiiriuuj neHmiiweil upon nur liv
trie ladles of Cairn audtlin vieluitv.
I) ANHiL JiAMl'HUT
H A I K DKBSSBK
lli'.h Ktrcet, liotween Washington and
PARKER. &. AXLEY.
ConiKi of Hth .Street and Watlilngtou Ave.
Jobbers and Retailers of
ChiMiiienls, I'iitont Mfdioinr'.s, IV-rfuinery, Soaps, Jinislic
Toilutl A rlicli.'.s, DruiHt'H Fancy Uooils, Collier Whit
Lead jiihI Othor Jr.uL, 1'aints,' Colors, Oils, Varnialie'
Window Glass, W'av FIow.m- Material, Tube Colors, Dv
St nils, Etc.,' Etc., Etc.
We Pftllelt enrrefinouilenee mill nrilt frnm llrinflata 1 ln k 11 . .u ... l..n..k..t lJ,..
I , ii , , i", .-iiiaini-., n;rii,iiia MlJvi l',Ilclal ajlllf
insantot Uoodn In our Hue. bleatulioat. Plantation and Kuuillr Medlclnu cutel lun ,
Mt or itelllled Willi Kraldu l)run at ileufonable ltalt. h
WHOLESALE & HBTAIL, RETAIL & PHK'CIIIPTION. i
74 Ohio Ixsee. WiiHtilntuu Ate, cor. Elgfaih St?
HARRY WALK ER !
(Lato Propricter of tlio St. Nicholas Hotel)
Han liccome Superintendent of the I
CORNER SIXTH STREET ANU OHIO LEVEE.
-ur. uaikcr navini' taken clinrire
r i it . .
?."ru ,Vu il 'mroii(.i renovating and
t.on guest!. Mr. Walker will welcome
niu umuyh ou jriau to see tiiein.
First-class J)ay lionid 20 per Month.
JEABT WALKER, Supt.
50 Ohio Levee - - CAIRO, ILiLiS
EDMUND HTJEFNER, Proprietor-
The I'lanter'u Ilouvo is looated on Ohio Loyee Street iu
POTS AND STRAMBOT LAIN DINGS
complete in all ita nppointii.cnt.s.
nK o OKant y i.irn.stied and carj.etc.l.
ent and thu host of accommodations.
transient Uuosts$3 per Day.
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1LLIAM it. 8MIT11, M.,D.
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I root. Ollice l'Jll coimuereliil e.no, up
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ol tins o i and well. Lnmn. Imnu. u-,lLi
put it iu find-claw order for the reeep-'
hi.- old customers to the new home and
TO RAILROAD DE-
Tho rooms, aro lareo ami ai,v I ...II..
IJuots will receive couriers treat
UnyRoanlors $20 nor Month
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Balsam for the Lungs
THli OKKAT AMKBKIAN OON
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V. L. " . "I V. ""."'K Iteiuedv. and
mw .vi.itnu uiuiuu eau uu i'oiiiiiervd.
Ilall'fl Baljam Is'thla Bomedy.
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nppreuMvu tlKlttnew acroM ttio Iuok. anc
i"i i ' lwuur,i,," I oxeorlatad mrlacei
niiivii iiiDiiTiiuu, ui mu timoano proilueun.
Wiiili: i.iii: r.ASTN tjieuuis lion
It limy not lie loo late to eircet a euro ert)
alter tliu doctom have nlven jou up
IIuII'h lUUmii Ik anld everywhere, am
may be liad at wholesale oi tho rroin I Jtor
JolinK. Iloury C'urran & Co, at the!
Ureal Medleiue y'areliousc, and ll C'ollee,
Ilitlt llaltatn in lo a mire remedy k
l.oui;hs, CpidK, l'heuiuoiia, lirouelilttii
AHInuu, .jplltlng ol Jllood, Croup, Whooi
my Cougli, ami nil other dUealen ol tho re
AIo l'roprlctora of Heovlll'a lilood ao
1.Ivmt 8)TUi,Cnrliollc Halvo.Kdey'a Trochii
(xyeniiteit ItltterH, Motl'a Uveri'lIU,
JOHN K. II KN I
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Ko i'lacK, New i'ork.