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'"VKDN KStiA Y, J UN M 10, 16U.
OMeliU Fftftx of lbs Oltr " Oynulr
JOHN U. OUKULV. Kdltor tint l'nbllf hr
TKHM8 OKTHkUaIL-V itULLKTlM
One by, orrUr,,, .ti..i..f , 3.1
Oat yeiib'y carrier, In tdvau'ee 10 00
One year by carrier It not pild In
adTufo' ' ..t WOO
Una monthby mall 1 00
Tkree months 3 00
Rlx months A 33
One year.. 10 00
txkus or wkkki.7 uullktik.
One You, 00
Six Months i "
Threo Months &0
Invariably In advance.
trading mnt(r on crry imgf.
The surplus population iu- Iisfouri
anil Kentucky is running for office. In
tho former utalo tiioro arc nboul 11,000
candidates, - Wo are nnxioui that they
shall be elected.
Hon. Patrick. Doi.an, democratic
mombor of tlio lower house of tho gen
eraUscn:(4oVtl)Vo fei jfjjfo this
fall for re-election, and will make the
canvas as a farmer. "Sink or cwim,"
ho says, "I will as ever bo with the
MisS Sophie Jtuckle, of Carmi, hag
been boqu'eting the editor of the Cou
rier. If sho has other boquets to send
around, it may not bo uninteresting in
formation to toll' her that wo have in
The liuuxriN office a gcutlcmaii who
takes kindly to boqu'ets, perfumery,'
croquet, and other symptoms of matri
mony. Tiie Marion 'Farmer's Advocate,'
Williamson county, speaking oi the to
bacco crop says : "The damage to the
tobacco plants iu this comity appears
inoro Horious than. at first contemplated.
A small bug, similar in appearance to
a flea, is destroying the plant. Many
planters who have sown largo beds will
not eavc a plant. The inaout is found
iu many of the meadows, and is killing
the grass." ,
The Chicago 'Times,' crabbed sheet
that it is, sometimes smiles. This is
one of its chuckles: "We have scon
several miles of pootry having its in
spiration in that dash ahead of the
emptying dam, but we give tho prolcr-
cuco to mo lollowing ltucn iiuito ah
much because of thoir heroic tone as for
their illustrious poetical parentage.
marks aro used :)
Good Collins Grave-; liio milkman, loilc
Jloforu the dam's tlis.titiT,
Anil as tlio torrent onward flowed,
Ills steed he cjiurred the taster ;
All, surely, these belionctt time-',
Since, checking human riamjliu-r,
A man of milk neglects hU dime
To caution men 'gainst water.
Jilt. Iheland, tho chairman of tho
democratic central comniittco of Texas,
is a sensible gentleman if ho is a Bour
bon. In a lato address to the democ
racy, of thff Lone Star State, after
warning tho party against men who aro
Becking to disiutegrato 'tho party
ho remarks that "tho organization
known as graugcrs if not takeu posses
sion of by designing men is destined
to do good in bcatiug down monopolies
and corporation Wc havo no war to
makoonthom." Mr-Ireland iacorrcct in
his assertion that the granger element
of politics is destined to be of 'useful,
nessiu beating down monopolies it tho
democracy will permit thorn to do. If the
democrats nnd other aiiti'.moiiopotits
unite this fall thoy will carry all tho
eiueuous and tonally swoop the radi-
'Gazette' wishes to know whv
the .reporter or The JIi:u.etj.v did
not give a full .synopsis ot Major
Munn's flower-strowing spoech. Ho
djdgietho substauoo of it, and be
Heved that waa enough. While it was
a very good speech, and a rcmarkablo
ono, coming from tho sourco it did, it
wasn't a great effort'by anyWans, and
the sentiments it contained were
tfot remarkably liberal. Gov. Iiever
dK, in his oration, used language
motoi0(lu ttQ convey sentiments as
liberal as thoso expressed by Major
Munn What gave st to Munn's
"pocch wai tho blows ho Btnick at his'
iuud. City irieuda who bad been
Htriking at him, but tho public at
Urge had uo iatercst iu
and wo therefore did Bol Kivo to' 0'
readers Ins personal alW.n,,.
'P.IIW KftnlH., I t
tuiaont at tho Mound City uatiooal
amctery has bceu let to K
of i'aducab. Wc aro not surprised
therefore -this Wni.N. It. UaSey h
onagrinod that Iio is disgusted at tho
M -cr,t!tat"cSuPIoofKrilvtono ped.
d dUWyC B0,f Profereneo
to efeincntBculptorsand'architccts who
ubmttUjd designs." To Casoy alone
the eredit ofUio uiouumcnt is due. JI0
uggestod tfand ho' ob'taino'd'from tho
legislature tho' inoncy to build it. No
other man oould have done thai. Ha
ought to havo been consulted, but thon
CowuuHsiouer WliH ,ivefl clow(j tQ (
duenh, and tho jjjrarttj stono poddlcrfc
who (JblaineduUiBl coiilruct'livo in Lyh
duealt. Thoy arc probably fnonds'of
W.UG-)cnow Hiiij ; and Willis knows
Jioonoy. Willis diJn't want to hurt
tho grave stone pcdtllcrV feelings by
r'cfusfng'to allow them to spoiUho
ccmetary, and Looncy didn't want to
wound tlio ecnsitiTO Willis by refus
ing (o obey his orders to volo for tho
gravo stone luou
a uiuu liko
.MUNN AN J) I'LHN.
The Mound City ' Journal,' of Sat
urday last, contains an article, under
great head linos, criticising Hon. I).
W. Muun's speech mado on last deco
ration day nt the cemetery near that
After Rtnling tho provocation that
induced Mr. Jtunn to indulgcjin such
utterances asdic employed 'on tho oo-
- ;i. ......
cation reiorrcu to. tho Journal uses
tho followinc'lariguogo :
Or.c'oursc. Munn was around on do-
corahoa" day. iiotwithstandinK tho
"cold'Scald" of tho conmntteo on ora
tion, to vindicato liimsclf. Ho dcliv
ercnt ora"tfoii.qfi,whichhc..was. hjj
praise to bostow upon tlio Union sol
diers ' to ovcry threo for tho
confederates and dozoti for himself.
As usual, "Dan. Munn" occupied by
far the largest place iu his mind and
It is truo tho Breaker frequently refer
red to himself, but., ho could not do
othdrwiso nftcr tho attack that had been
mauo upon nun ny .Mr. uicti. it is
not however truo that ho praised tho
rebel soldiers three times more than
the Union soldiers, and n dozen times
more than the confederate braves. On
the contrary" ho heaped eulogy on tho
Union soldiers, piled rhetoric upon
thoir graves, glorified thorn as martyrs
in n holy cause ; to tho valor of tho
confederate dead ho paid n tribute, say
ing they had been misled by circuin
stanccs.and education, and" had paid
the peualty of thoir fault with their
lives. Ho had hated and still hated
the cause in which thoy had died, but
his hatred did not follow them into
tho tomb. Men who had been rebels
sat in congress, hold foreign missions
under the present administration, and
the mass of the people who maintained
the secession cause wcro now liv
ing under tho flag anxious to bo at
pcaco with their conquerors and wore
again dovoted to tho Union. In viow ef
theso facts he could not kick at tho
graves of dead robols; but would rather
do what lie-could to heal tho wounds of
tho past and mako tho reconciliation
nig uowcrs upon rooci graves in token
of forgiveness and forgclfulucss.
Tin's was tho substance of Mr.
Munu's speech, and we believo no can
did person can condemn it. Wo do not
deny that thero was iu tho manner of
the speaker a little of the "I daro you
to knock this chip off my shoulder"
air of a big boy among little ones, but
tho mutter of the address should not
havo given offciibo to oven tho moat ul
tra radical. The 'Journal' must bo
hard pressed for a reason to strike a
blow at Mr. Muuu,or clso it would not
seize this one.
Hour of Triumph.
DEATH IN THE HOUR OF
INCIDKXT 01' PATHOS.
l.elji.lg Letter or .Mwy 10 toJY. N. Uraphlc.
1 has boon my lot but recently to wit
ness a scone or such hoart-rumling pntboa
as Is, happily, of rare occurrence Many
or your roadors will remember tbo fcor
rowful story ot poor Thomas C'hiitiiirton,
who aftor writing boiiiu ot tbo most bril
liant pooms over glvon to tho world by
youthful gonius, Htid aftor deliberately
deceiving (with no evil intent) Horace
Walpolo and most .European critics, cllod
by selr poisoning to oscapo starvation, at
the early ago of nineteen years, ills
story U n sad ouo; but ovan n moro dire
ful conclusion of u wondrous llfo
Oarmany lust witnessed, to Its shamu. nnr.
haps or rather was tho wbolo all'air due
to tbo Indomitable and indiicroot in.
dustry, ond what may well bo tormod
rocklo.s prido and leir-noglect on tbo part
of tbo victim, whoso ability might at
iu!v unro uarnou mm urouu. xno world
knows littlu of tbu privations to which
tbu learned men ot Kuropo frcquontly
doom tbcmiolvos (or tbu lovo of learning
alono, and htu boon startled and ehockod
by tho story or Km&nuol Deutsch, the
author of that wondortul paper on tho
"Talmud" ot which all tbo world Is now
talking, Men hero who might in a bottor
spheru roan happiness from their research
iui so mucn vaiuo; aro, perrorcp, doomod
to livo too rrequently all their lives on a
'"' urouu ana a little loor and to
bacco a day. Tbuy, as tbo old story runs.
and that Is their only toward.
A wealthy gentleman or llorlln lomo
Kl,i?0!llh,r',K0,0,rurHl " uborof valu.
cal enay.and an onuat sura each fn, L....
on medUM hl.toVy, , "nSmy cole.tl.
mechanics, sociology ,;co!ogy, p o" , "nd
-apparent ly to show hi. worirwu70"11
-Uvo hundred thalersea b To, tho Z,
romantic taloi and the host poem, tn
pr.7.e to be awarded by a committoo e-
lectod from tho various universities and
various designated Utterattum of omlnonco
Tl ,,.PP,"J to be, and, as the
ffi .'Hni1' roHJ,y wuro J'in!.Testod
what t, . W1"' hnJ wm,n 10 d0 "'y
whatjuiticu ,lmy require. Thcio essav.
and poems wore to be JudKid slmnlv hv
hederman. Tho woa It h a,i
)f tho man who ollercd the prizes wore
uch a mill dent guarantoe of i-nin At
payment and of consy.ui,t reputation id
fiohiovo tho L'Uor-
don of iuoeeis.UOn fait Thursday, a', tho
Gowandt-Ilaui at Lolpdc, tho prUos worn
awatdod,alargpcqnipny of yontlomocnl
ladles Doing prosenl. rno coromoniei
wore begun by most oxqulsito music by
tlio old orchestra among whom aro
inon who know and loved Mundolnohn
at tho conclusion of 'Which the" vonomblo
Dr. Schmidt, so lone known for bis kind
liness and learning at Jloidalborir, an
nounced tho names of thuso jyhu lmd boon
so fortunate 'At 'to carry oil' tbo vory val
uable prlzoi uffurod, Tbo nnmes of tho
authors of tbo various works had boon
sent In sealed onvolopoi, on vfhleh were
Inscribod tho llctHlons narael signed to
their productions. Tho author of tho
metaphysical oisny bad chosen as his
thumo Knnt's "Autinomlon dor rolncn
Vorunfl '. (Antlnomis of l'uro Koaon)
and taking as his namo for tbo ocuni
son "llans Wiidcmstom." After passing
an ouloglum on tho essay, lit. Honnililt
broko tbo fonl and found in tlio Cnao tlio
name of Max Markmnnn, who thereupon
was callod upon tliu stngo to rccoivu tho
roward of his work. A pain, poorly-clud
and most wretched looking young man
stoppod forward and was recelvod with
hoarty applauie. Ills lml r wns thin and
gray, although bo was plainly yet young,
and tits wnoio appearanco was sueu as 10
atoncu aWAken tbo sympathies of tho
audience Having roceived bis
roward bo stopped qttiety nstdu
and Dr. Lcbinldt contlnuod hls announce
ments. Markmann, siting near blin,
plo and stlU, In a largo arm-cbUr. Tho
stronomlcal essay was on tho "Kroliitlon
tho succonful author was found to bo Mix
Markmann. 'When tho announcomonl
was mado groat onthutiaim was inani.
festod, and, after receiving his prlzo, poor
Markmann took his scat, apparently
more weary and dejected than At llrst.
Tho noitoasny was a roviow of ltako,
and hero too this young man was success
ful, nnd so on through tbo whole list of
prizes, Max MarkuiAnn steppod forward
amid thunders of applaiuo and received
bis roward. No ono who knows tbo en
Ihuiiaim of the Uormaiit will fnil to
know that all tho students woro roady to
carry tbo young man oil' on tbulr shout
dors to havo a good "Kholp." Tho poem
was an exceedingly flnu one lomewlmt
in tho vein of that oxqtilsltu pout ot na
turo, Otto Uoquottc, yut broathing tho air
of a loftier and mlghtior soul wtiieb bad
dwelt allko with Bliakotpearo and Oootho
and Homer. It was a wonderful com
position. Herr Aurbacb, tho author of
Villago Tales," "On tho Hoights," and
otbor works, and who was tbo head of
tbo committoo on tbo tales, bad said of
tho ono namod "Tho Village Hector,"
that It is ono of tbo finest that bo had
over road. And the successful competitor
lor alt tho prizes was Herr Max Marl
mann. Tbo prlzo for tho tale was tbo
last ono announced, and as Markmann
stoppod forward to recolvo It amid tbun
dors of applauso bis faco suddonly be
came ashy in its whltnoss, and ho foil
filming on tho stage. A dcath-liko
silonco succoodod, during which ho was
removed to an anto-room and but par
tially restored to coasciousncis. Ho
lingered but for four hours, And wbon ho
died tbo physicians who had attondtd
him announcod that his death was CAUtod
by privation In other words by starva
tion. All that tho highest medical skill
could do had been of no nvail. It was
found that for years ho had occupied n
llttlo chambor in obicuro Gasce, whore,
lis bad worked, gaining a most precarious
living in teaching languagos and imarly
ovorything which anybody required to
know. In his room were found Incom
pleto models of romurkablo mochanical
contrivances, a broken chair and mounds
from BomVoT'ttfo most distinguished men
In Kuropo. Ho had apparently llvod on
almost notblnc for months, and noor. !.
joclod, woary, yet glowing with tho firoof
gonius, had worked rqr tho priros ofl'orod
amounting in all to 2.100 tbalors and
thon, hungry and woarv, had dragged
hlmiclfto tbo Gewandt Haus to win them
all and dlo. If the hiitorv of labor.
gonius and its rowards has a sadder talo
to toll than tbls I know not of It.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS NORMAL
UA1IIIO.N1UI.K Jackson County, 1
.Maylft, 1ST I. J
On condition Ihut x fciilllclent number ot
young persons deelro. and aro wIIIIiil- to
contribute a very h mall nun toward ilefray
Ing expense say two hundred at foil
dollar each a Normal Institute will be held
In the now building, commencing July l,lhe
day of dedicating thnbulldlngs.and continue
till July at. The 1'rlm lpal of the University
will havo charge, and tho members of
tho faculty will glvo tho main part ofllioln
Mructlon. At lea-t ten lecture will bo given
and, Iftho cash contributed it nilllclont, the
best men of thiu Mate a Missouri nnd lnll
una, will bo brought in for thoso lecturers
If not more than ouo hundred and lifty at
tend, tho pcr.-onsl contract with the instruc
tors will he greater mid the prolltmoro ; and
a the evpeiiHiorthc institution will lm the
Kime, tho feo hhould bo llvo dollars. If three
liundied attend, the fee could ho rediiecil to
Asthchtato legislature, make, no provii-Ion-,
for paying the expended ot Mich an iu
stltuto, -o desirable to and aluahle lopiihllr
Southern Illinois, add auother favor to the
many lliey havo already done tho column
nlty, and give this announcement several
gratuitous InsnilloiiH in a good plaeo, and
call the attention oi teaclicrn to It
Let all who wish to attend, fend their
names at once and not later than June 'JO,
prox to Dr. ltobras, secretary orti ustecd.of
Houthorii Illinois Normal l.'iiIvciIty,(;urlion
dato. dooil hoard can be had In Carbondale
N. . Tbu institute cannot be held with
less than one hundred and liny who will psy
live dollar, each. Itonmtr Ai.i.vn,
l'rlnelpal or Faculty.
Eott. Wood & Co
nao mucin avhnuk
Fountains, Viispk, Anlnials. Inmstalrt.-,
Lump l'oMx, Stnhle Fittings,
CAST, VR0UQHTi& WIRE UAlLlNtiS
NUW ,lC0!iIe,mi)l1i1,.U ,UA 1 " ""theatre-,
Conceit and I.ccturcllUiis.
And a General AHsortmenl of Oma
moutal Iron Work.
C.W. DUNNINO, M.I).
toeot hWlf,rir nl all,:6f tb"c
-V , THAT
nr. in MTii.ii.ivinu am in caim
II Ih olllco atiddlspciiKary at
NO. 2'2 HIGHTII tiTUKHT,
Hot. CoHiincrctai and Wnpinngtoii nveuuoh
It l true, tho doctor Is one of tlio nUlcnt
ntiyslclati" of tho place, and lib diploma,
that liangH In hid olllco. shown Hint ho has
been il'l yearn In tlin prorcaalun. Ho li duliiK
a hiru'or olllco nraetluo than unv oil,r nliv-
lclnn, treating all kinds of chronic illcrii"i'N
oi mo nuinan cymeiii, micu na oni mcem, ami
all dlcucK nf the xktn, humor." ami Mood
pomoiiH ; oieii iiiseaxea oi mo uiroiu; ;umi
all diseases ol the eyes of years Ntniiding :
ulo artificial eyes inserted; listula cured
Wltnouiuio line oi a kiiuo ; cancer enreu
bytboippllcatlonof mcdlclnca; pimples on
the faeo rcmovod; all urinary diHoiius
euro I ; all forma ot encroal nnd private
dIU'apcKuurcd in tho cliortcht tlmu ; aemla
we'ikuenn and aelf-abno cured Iu u xlior
It Is Kcll-cvlilcnt that a phytdclan treating
cmo' for twenty-two years acquire greiit
All consultation conlidentlcnl, In peri-on
or by lettca.
modle.lnrs (nrnlr-licil at oltleo In
!l.'iltl.1 Da. I)M. Ill IT..
I take plensmv) in calling
tlio attention of the public to
my fesh and full stock of
new and clogant Furniture, at
my Furniture and Matrass
Factory, corner Seventeenth
Street and Washington Ave
nue. Mv stock embraces
Bodstcads, Wadrobcs, Bu
reaus, Sideboards, Wash
stands, Tables, Chairs, Bug
gies, Matrasses and, in a word,
all that is useful or orna
mental in my lino.
This being the only manu
factory of Furniture in this
city, I propose ottering better
goods at lower prices, and
have made a large redaction
in the pr'we? of .ill my goods.
CaJ) and examine my stock
Mil secure an outfit of choice
Furniture. To tho wholesale
trade I oiler .special induce-
i r. the nlacc
Corner Seventeenth Q.oet and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wholesale aud Retail Dealer iu Fur
niturc and iMatrasscs.
MKAIi ESTAI'K AliKHUT.
Jehu Q. lUrmju. crl,
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
HOUSE AC KNTS,
And Land AgentAol the I linoio Central and
Hill Million :md .Ml-. i It. It. Coi.
North Cor. .Sixth and Ohio Luvro,
C. WINSTON & CO.
Real Esthte Agents,
71 Ohio Lkvi.i;. (Second V'loor,)
lluy aud'Suli Ui;Ar. KSTATK, la TA.YK.-,
Klirnlxho Abstract of Tule.
l5".Hud .Coiuiini. loner, '
no i-r M'4iiti:rt
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
No. 70 Ohio l,,Vco, ! OAIUO, ILLS
65r.Sicclal tention given to coiiMkh.
BicntM.mid tillliiir irdiiw. 11-2 tt
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
ISTo. 'XXO Oil to Lov o o
1 TLTlw . Vi
Ri SMVTH & CO?,
IiliUO!t 1) E A L E S
No. l!0 Ohio Levee,
B. F. PARKER,"
(fc'iieccsKiir to I'nrker Si JlUV.it,
PAINTS & OILS
VA UN LSI IKS,
And the celebrated illuiulnallug
Ilros.' II..H.H..K. lltli HI..V Uoiiior.i A V.
Boot & Shoe
llctwcee Tenth and Kleventh Htreet,
I- tirenared to 1111 orders wlitiuut ileUv.
Ue lias u Hon Uh of Iiii ( ilol leather on
naiKi. jiii recuiM'ii iroiu MupcrK, anil li:i
put down theiuiccri to t)r lotvct notch.
C. H. WHEELER,
ArOOD AND COAL
OKFICi: AND YAltK,
10tb St. bet. Washington & Commercial Ave.
A largo minply or l'lttlurg and Hlg
Muddy coal constantly on hand. .Stoe
wood yawed to ordor. Orders fur enal oi
wood hhnuld bo led at the olbco on Tenth
urcot. Terms, cah on delivery.
K. MAXWKLL & LO.,
Manufacturers and Doalcrs In
MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
AIo AgenU ror the
No. 71H, North Maine Street,
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
1'iiF.sn si'inju; i;ooit
M 11 S . M . J A U K S 0 N ,
(Formerly Mrs. SwandcrH,)
announccH that alio has lunt onened a laru
MOST FASHION A BLK,
MllHilOrV (InnilH tn !m fntimt in fhn nort-ni
HATH, HONKKTH, KLOWKIOI, KlllllOMH
DllKHH ThIMIIINIIM nr Al l. K'imiiu
LADIKH PUKNISIIINO UOODH, NoTlONP.
vui.l.Al(n, unuKIIDMUVKS, UUTKfl.
Atlll Hit L.OOllM fillltlll Itl tlll1ll.i..r utf.rnu tl
Ot Which will bo dlsDOACd oi at the lownHt
rah prices. 31m. .liickhon rcHpcctnilly
" i;onuiniuiion oi xno Jiaiaonago WIllcJi
n(n ipcm mi iiot:inoj uuhufivea upon ner liV
mu iuuiub U( liuiril HI1U 111U VlClllllV,
I'. TliUtlcWood. . J. TliMleWOOd
THISTLEWOOD &. CO.
Klour, Com, Oatn, J I ay, Ac.
No. 78 OHIO I.KVKII,
OOKFKY, HAKHISON & CO.,
(Succeshom to D. lliird A Hon,)
VI.OIIII.MllAIN AND HAT.
No 03 Ohio Levoo, OAIllO, ILU1
NKW YOUK. BTOitK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAVOKUT YASIMTT STOCK IH TUB C1T1
Ooiner of Mlnelnutl (rt una Com
II. U. 1'A.TIKIt
W jy, j. WlIOLEb'ALHi
llf M vhBisssssssssssssssssssssK A
Jobbers and Retailers of
Chcinioals, Patent AFcdicincs, JVrfumorv, Soaps, Rnislics,
Toilctt Articles, Dniist's Fnnov (iootls, Collior Whitts
Load and Other Gntde.s, IVmls," Colors, Qils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Klmver .Material, Tube Colors, J)vo
Stnlls, Etc., Etc., lite. '
In w'Suioi UMdSTiTirte "2!' 0T'"' "'" ,,fV"l,'u'' 1'')Icians sad (lei.oral Slois,
iihi.drii'.iin'rt.ru'e.ue l:,,aJ;,2,i,tatt.,;, Ka,,"ly iMa et ",r-
WHOLKSALE & RETAIL, RETAIL & PRE CRI1TI0N,
"4 Ohio I,otoc WntdilnKloii Ave. cor. Klghtli St
'(Lato I'rftprictcr of tlio Si. NiclioliK Hotel)
Has become Sttperintcrulonl of the
im ii ii
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
Jlr. Walker liaviny taken cliarj r tliix ol.l ami irell-knonn lioase, will at
oneo give it a tliorouli rouuvatiti-, ami j.ut it in lirnt-claM order for thorcccp.
tion gueatn. Mr. Walker will ueleomo Ink old customed to (ho now houfo, and
will alwavs he glad to Ht (hem.
First-class Day Board 20 por Month.
HARRY WALKER, Supt.
SO Ohio Levee - - CAIRO, ILLS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-1
Tho Planter's House is located on Ohio Lcrcu Street in,
CLOSE PJ.10XTM.rr Yr TO UATLROAD DE
POTS AND STEAMHOT LAiVDIXGS
And iu tho Center of tlio HuHincnn Portion of., tho City. The Houfo in new
anil oompluto iu all its appointments. The rooniH, aro largo and airy, heflidert
heiug elegantly furninhed and oarpeted. Clients will receive aJourtuouH treat-
mum aiiu uiu noxi iii uccomuiouaiion.H.
Transient Guests $2 por Day.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
II. WAHDNEll, M. 1).
II. .1. STALK Ell, M. 1),
(Illli'l! and iVhldeiii'H 111 Coimnrt'iul A v c
til ilonr to Uiu Atlii'iii'imi. cl-lli-t
MIT HI H
Day .Hoarders $20 per Tontli.
and Boats Day and Night.
DK. WW. HALL'S
Balsam for tho Lungs
THU (J UK AT AMKUIOAN CON
ConMimptton Is NOTimlnctiralilp iilsoase
riiynl:laiiN AMUre uh this lact. It Is only
iieco BHiy to havo too Klght ltemudy. mid
tho tcrrihlu mnlady can hu coiumeruil.
Hall's Salsim Is this Eomody.
It lirnaHH tin tlin nli.in ...... .. .
oi.pi.Klvu tlKldiicM across tbe limpi, ana
hdiils tlin lnr,itriitml .1,1.1 .....
Awhlili tliujtuom ol the dUoase roiliu es.
WHILK LIFK IiASTS THKItK 18 IIOI'K
1 , Inn., .ml I . tnr . .
niter tlio doctors have nl ven'you iiji )
llall'H ll.ls.m Is-sold everywhere, and
may bo bid at wlioleudaoftho lroiirltori
JohnF. Hunry Cunan .t Co., at thulr
(ireat Medicine M'arohouso, I and U Collc
1 'sYlt'iY .Vork ,'(,L'9 11 1,cr little
Hall g JUIsam Is alo,a snro remedy lor
0U.Kh8' .J?""' l'hetimoiia""Bro rhIttK
Antlmia, .ijilttliit! ; or lllood. Croup, U'hi op
nit; CouKh, and all other dUcalcs u t ho res
Also rroprlotor of yliovill'ii lllood uinl
Uv.'r Bynip.CarhoIlu Salve.Kdey's'i'rochc,
03(eiiatcd llittern, Jlott's I.lvcrl'ills.
.I01IN V, IIIINKY, OUUUAN ,t CO ,
3f.-4.16.wVt1" C"II,,K VUc,i Nuw Vorlf
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