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SATURDAY, JUNE ,13, l?74. ,
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eaieUl riprol the.Clsr sMid Comity
U. OMtlUiY. Editor nd IMblliher
TKIIM8 OF THK DAILY MUliLKTIN 1
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n month, by baU ( 1 ')n
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Ono year , 10 00
TMMS or WKKKLT 11UM.TIN.
Ono Year t 00
Six Month , 7"
Three Months ... W
Invariably In Advance.
KwmIIwk snnUer on f very imr.
Tho Now Grand Scheme
A Radical Caucus.
THE MOIKTY SYSTEM -THE NEW
SECHKTXUY OV THE TKEAS
UBY, Etc., Etc.
U'ashinoton D. 0. Juno 8, 1S7-1.
As straws show how tho wind blows
so doos tho utloranco of tho Grant or
gan horo 'Tho Republican' indicate
how tho prosidont thinks. Tho rccont
earnest advocacy, by that journal, of
Cuban recognition would seem to tho
uninitiated to ho an honest sympathy
with tho struggling Cubans, hut such
is not tho casej it is merely a part of tho
sohomo that loots to tho perpetration
ef radical rulo and a third torn) for
Ooncral Grant. This is to bo dono by
holding out to tho American pooplo
tho glittering prize ol now states
south of us that aro to bo annexed;
thus our cupidity Is to be appealed to
under thd ory of ''jfanifest destiny"
as shouted by Buohanan, Mason and
Soulo in anto-bcllum days. Tho first
step in this ecliomo is the recognition
of Cuba tho catchword being "free
Cuba, and San DominKO-tho president's
drcaru will follow in order. Tho Mex
ican greasor will come in as nn Ameri
can citizon, whilo Chincso coolies and
freed nogrocs will go to swoll tho al
ready too largo number of ignorant and
dobasod voters in our body polities
This is tho plan of ji despcrato band of
trickster poUlcans who would pay any
prioo for power, and Senator Carpenter
in tho Bonn to, and Judge Poland in tho
House aro tho fuglemen of tho soheme.
To supnoao that mihar r i
politicians aro tho tools of designing
men would bo to insult their intelli
gence. Howover much wo may sym
pathise individually with tho Cubans
wo cannot permit tho president to rush
us into a war or into damages under
tho Vashingtontreaty, by interfering
in tho affairs of Spain, simply that his
insatiate ambition may bo gratified.
Even republicans who formerly desired
tho recognition of Cuba now draw
back from tho wild game of those gam
bTer politicians who would risk the
ruin of tho country that they might
The radical senators and representa
tives met in caucus last ovenin in the
hall of tho house. Zacariah sur
named Chandler, stated that the meet
ing wa3 called to hoar tho reading of
the report of tho executive committee.
The report was read ond Zacariah told
what ho had done in tho work and
asked that his resignation might bo ac
cepted. Ho pees tho goncral breaking
up that is at hand, and takes himself
off in good fime. The very respectable
muff Hannibal Hamlin, who don't sco
beyond bis nose, accepted the vacancy.
"1'igJw" Kelley wanted the commit
teo dUbauded bocause oougrcsa differed
with the president on tho finances, but
it was continued in tho hone that it
might yet bo of some servioo. Lynch,
negro, bowled for tho passage of tho
eivtl rights bill. As tho Dnanoial
question waa about being ontered on
the already panio stricken and scared
radicals grow fearfully nervous, and an
adjourment was affected before the
dragon of discord was lot loose. A
general feeling of relief was pictured
u vuo countenance of each os ho
emerged from the hall at- tho luouant
. uu(i51 ,1UB ucuii uucu over
Tor a few days at least.
It Is1 generally coheccded now that
congross will not be ablo to adjourn on
t , hot 22jd jnstvas agreed upou., Tho
l-MMion.yiil!atinall orobabiiitv until
tho end of Juno even with tho noccssa
business being dispatched with tho
utmost' 'diligence. ''
' TTlfK MO'rjSTY' 8YBIEM.
ETho seuato was4cngaged for a con
siderablo tirao yesterday on tho moioty
hill. Tho fiuauco commilteo made u
very strong effort to restore tho olauso
providing for tho seizure of hooks and
papors, which tha houso had struck out
of tho bill as reported from tho ways nnd
moans committee. Tho will of con
gress has now been pretty deoidodly
oxprosscd, and if there is tlmo
td pas tho bill tho seizure
of private books and papers will
bo douo away with entiroly, ex
cept ns provided in tho law of 1780.
Jt is to bo hoped that the desires of
tho. 'pimps," ns 'Senator Camoron
callod. tho moiety informers, will not
bo hooded and this much needed meas
ure Btavcd off till next session.
NOT VET AflttKEM.
Tho couforenco coniuiitlco on tho
curronoy bjll havo not yet ngrcod on
i....l:.,, rpimw will tnnnt
ngaiu lo-day, nnd if thoy then fail to
ogrcd will so report to their respectivo
houses. Tho prcsidont has given mor
tal oiTonco to tho inflationists, and their
backs aro'up, but can tho radicals go
back to tho pooplo without somo action
on this question ? I don't think it.
It ta thought from tho moves mndo
rcoontly that tho rovival of tho frank
inir priviloco will bo ofTcoted before tho
ing'ior tho 'freo distribution of public
documents is tho first step. oil,
this congross began business by repeal
ing tho back pay, nnd it would be in
keeping with its inconsistency over
since by voting to revive tho franking
THK NEW HECUETARY.
Secretary Ilristow has undertaken
tho work of llorculos, and if ho don't
wear nwny his new broom leloro ho
cleanses the treasury department I will
lose my guess. JIc has begun well,
and has niado many an idlor, malo nnd
female, walk Spanish already. Tho
dead beats" thoso who drew pay and
did not work at all numbered hun
dreds, and off went their heads. Query:
CanxBristow withstand congressional
importunity ? if so ho will keep up the
reform; if not tho old drones will, ono
by ono, get hack again and tho machine
will again run in tho old rut.
A NEW COMMISSION.
Tho secretary of tho intorior ipro
poses nskiug that a new Indian com
mission bo appointed in placo of tho
ono just resigned. Tho new ono is to bo
compoicd entirely of Friends. If thoy
squabblo as did tho last wo had better
havo uouc of it.
Tho scnato committee on territories,
by a majority voto, decidod to report
favorably on tho nomination of Gen. Ki.
McCook to bo governor of Colorado.
Tho committoc had just concluded an
examination of the charges recently
It is rumored thatGahriel C. Whar
ton, an intimate personal friend of
Secretary4Rristow,'4ha9 been tendcrod
tho assistant sccretaryBhip of tho treas
ury byjtho pesident. Kxit Sawjer.
Tho uawly passed pension hill in
creases tho pensions of GDI totally dis
abled pensioners from S.'il L'a to S50
per month, and tho pensions of nil
one-armed Foldicrs to the samo rato as
that paid to ono-lcggcd soldiers.
Tho senate committeo on claims will
only report a Kcncraljhill to carry out
tlie b&nU mtulu by the southern
claims commission, amounting to
A NEW STATE.
The houso yesterday by a voto of "170
yeas to 0!i nays passed the hill admit
ting the territory of Colorado as a
stato of tho uuiou. Another rotten
horough with two ponators to halanco
thoso from New York, Ohio or
H UMNKH ANDCHAb K.
rrom tho Chicago Tribune, June 12.
Mr. J. V. Hcbuckors. in a roeout luttor
to tho .Now York 'Tribuno.' nuts a iumtv
etfectual qulolus on tho story that i'roil
dent Lincoln, immediately uftor tbu death
oi uuii juiitea M anny, allurud tbo vacaiil
place to Senator Sumner, The report
that he did so originated, wo boltovo,
with Mr. Caleb Lyon, llu is crodltod, at
lean, wuu mo auinomoip oi luia para
agraph: loon auor umoi justico Tanoy's
death ho (Sumner) showed mo a card
irom iuc piusiauui, upon which was writ
"Ihe lion. Uharlts Sumner-. Tha v.
cant chief lusMcothm In Dlaead .t imir
disposal. a. Lincoln.'
"Ho then m.1 'Thero was a tirno
wbon this otli ' iuld havo boen tho rn.
allied dream rt my youth, but now it
muit not, it cannot bo. Tho breach bo-
tweon Mr. Cuusu and the nrntldnnt la
growing wider and wider, and this will
oioso u, no porsonaiv aorltlco is too
groat, nor can anythingTomnt mo to do
sort my post. Tbo Keoubllcan nriv
mun remain intact until Its mission is
luiuuea.- ms won known tht nnlw tlm
groat senator's porsliteno accomplished
tho appolntraont of Mr. Chase, after a
m. i?u "! .1. . "Vi'r lo Uoeomber.
Tm . . , ,B" . '"'nainod uncon
Mslous of Mr. Lincoln's offer and of ,Mr
Sumnet's lefusal." 1 r
If Mr. Lyon really wiete ihi. n...
graph himself, it is i ditiicult to si, how
i" u wo omerwita. jji i, i.
probable that it passed through seVoral
uiiuui uuiuid uiui( put upon paper. In
i mi mib ii aesorrea iiiuo oredence
story invkrUblr crows with tha iniiin..
If Bonator Humner told A that ha wished
he had been offored tho ohlef-justlceshlp,
.... ..wij, ujr iuv tiiuo ii ruacuea u or II,
would be that he had beon offered It. Mr
Mcnuck-.rs' account of tho relations of
Lincoln, Humner and Chaio teems rooro
jjiuuhuiu iubu jar, Lyon's.
I Mr. Schuckors vlsitodHenator Humnor
on tho 16tb of lust February. Tho lattor
thon told htm tho following story: About
tbomhldloof May, 181(4, word roachod
him that Chief-Justice Tsnoy could not
livo more than a fow hours. It was then
balf.pait 10 In tho ovenlng lie went at
once to the president and told
him what ho had hoard. "You
havo come,'' said Mr. Lincoln, "lo spoak
of Mr. Ohaio." "Yet." "If I appoint
Chaio will ho glvo up politics and tho
rfoildoncy?1' Sumner, In replying to
thin miuition. told Mr. Lincoln of a rucont
convoriatlon with Cbaio, In which CUme
had said that if ho could havo otthor tbo
preiidency or chlof-justtoeahip ho would
chooso tbo lattor, Lincoln oxproaicd hit
latlafacllon, and laid ha would ipoak to
Chnio on tho tnntUr n'oxt mornW. 'Mr.
Sumn i .1 J .Itolhli. ' It will tiercr
do," In ' r tho president to havo
any ci inmuiiioatlon with any one touch
Inn tho nppoinlmont to tblt grint placo
which tho mot mallgnent ontmy could
torturo into a corrupt understanding.
Mr. Lincoln acknowledged tbo force of
tho objection. Ho said ho would pot ipoak
to Chase on tbo subJoM, but wquld cer
tainly nominate blm. The convoriatlon
then turnod on bit prolmMo mocoiior as
iscrotary ol tbo troafury.
Mr. Taney rallied and lived until Oct.
1J, 18C4. When ho finally died, Sumner
wroto tbreo time to Lincoln, urging Mr.
Obaio'a nomination. "1 expected no tn
iwor to nny of my lollop," aald bo, "and
got nono." Mr. Schuckcn told htm of
Kobert Lincoln' Miylng, Juit boforo the
nomination: "The re!ation exiitln
botwaon mv father ond Mr. Chaie are
tboio of armed noutrallly." and suggested
that tbo phrase might bavo originated
with tbo nresldont. Tbo senator an-
sw.ir.'d: "i cW.ti.br, wi,b jf r. bfiftlU
and tho chlof-Jiistlcesblp. . . . Mr.
Lincoln said ho had nover wavered in his
Intention to nomloato Mr. Uhaso if a va
cancy occurred during his presidency,
from the nlitbt of our interview on the
subjoot In tho proceding .May until tho
nomination wat finally maito." If this it
to, tho placo could not havo boon offorod
to tho acnalor. ao, u cumnor is correct
ly reported by Schucken, ho cannot bo
correctly reportod by Lyon.
Several facts mentioned by Mr. Schuck
ers corroborato his vorston. It is not at
all likely that n nomination to nn otllco
of su:h great Importnnco should be
oUorod in tho vory informal way whlob
Mr. Lyon mentions, by n llncjicrtbblcd
upon a card. Again, Mr. Suninor would
certainly havo made such a Haltering
oflar public beforo his death. A man of
ordinary prldo much moro a man of
comiderablo egotism would havo done
this. Tho loiters of Secretaries Feiscn
deii nnd Stanton furnished additional
proof. Kessonden wrotn, Oct. 2C, six daya
after Tanoy's desth: "I think thoro can bo
no doubt about Mr. Ubase's appoint
ment," and again, on Nov. 18: ''I have
no doubt Mr. Chase will bo chlef-lustlco;
I have neither seen nor hoard anything
to Indicate a change in thn president's
lntontlons:" Tho day after Mr. Stanton
wroto: "Your oxperlonco has taught you
that tho newspaper reports aro all lies,
invented by knaves for fools to foed on;
this is especially truo In roipoct of . .
tho chiof-justieonbip; my bellof is that tho
appointment will bo offered to Mr. Chase,
if it hi not already been dono." A
fortnight later, tho nomination was sent
lo tho sonato. It Is ditiicult to see, In
view or all these facts, how Ibe incident
for which Mr. Lyon's authority Is given
can bo true.
CONVKNTIONS AND ELEC
TIONS. June 17 Illinois republican con
vention, in Springfield.
Juno 17 Indiana republican con
vention, in Indianapolis.
June417 Vcrmout republican con
vention, in Iturlington.
Jimn Ifi Mb'iih ropub"'"" oonvun
tion, in Augusta.
Juno'JII Haino domocratic convon
tion, in Portland.
Juno 23 Lumbermen's Interna
tional convention, in Williatnsport,
Juno 21 Iowa Anti-Monopoly con
vention, in DesMoins.
Juno 25 Alabama colored rnon'a
convention, in Montgomery.
June JJO Illinois prohibition con
vention, in Hloomington.
Juno UO Arkansas election for con
July 1 Iowa republican convention,
July 14 Arkansas constitutional
convention meets, if carried.
July 15 Indiana democratic con
vention, in Indianapolis.
July 15 Ohio democratic conven
tion, in Columhus. (A mooting of tho
state committeo is to bo held to sco if
tho call shall ho withdrawn uutil after
tho election on tho proposed new con
stitution.) July 29 -Alabama domocratio con
vention, iu Montgomery.
August o hlcction in Kentucky.
August 5 Kansas farmor's conven
tion, iu Topcka.
August 0 hlection in JSorth Caro
Augut 8 Michigan reform mass
convention, in Lansing.
August lo Special elcotion in Ohio
ou tho now coustituiton.
August 19 -Pennsylvania Repuhli-
can convention, in Ilarrishurg.
Auk. 1" louncssco democratic con
vention, in Naphvillc.
Aug. 2u Pensylvania domocratio
convention, in Plttshurg.
Sopt. 1; Election in Vermont.
Sept. 11 Election in Maino.
Oct. Vi Election iu Ohio, if new
constitution is rejected.
Oot 111 Election in Indiana.
Oct. Hi Election in Iowa.
Oct. 13 Eleolion in Nebraska.
Oot. 11 Election in Georgia.
Oot. 22 Election in West Virginia.
Not. 2 Election in Louisiana.
Nov. !J Election in Ohio, if now
constitution waB ratified ("August 18.)
No.v. a Elcctiou iti Alahama, Ar
kansas, Dolawaro. Florida. Illinois
KansaB, Maryland, Massachusetts,
Note All the nhovo named states
(thirty.two) elect representatives for
uie loriy-iouriu congress, bosides stato
ofheers varying in each Btate. Rhodo
isinnu win cieot mombers of ooiiltoss
iu that state.
I'ho oleotions to tho for-
ty-Iourth congress will ho completed
next year as follows: Nnw irn..,n.i.:.
in March, Connecticut, in April; Call
rornia, m Sentomhcrj MiHsissipr.i, i
ovemhor. Tim forty-fourth conu'rcHS
nn tho firdt
Boonor convonod, moot
Monday In December,
miuiiigan, Missouri, JNovadu, icw Jor
soy, Now York, Pennsylvania, South
Carolina, Tennessee, Texas. Virginia.
. u i
SMYTH & CO.
LIQUOR 1)1 ALU HS
No. (!0 Ohio licvco,
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor t l'nrkor Si Hhikp,)
PAINTS & OILS
Ami th cch'lir.itcd lllmiiliiallng
Hrois" lliilldlng, 11th St. A: Oomorcial Av,
Boot & Shoe
Ilctwccu Tenth and Klcvcnlh Htrcctf,
I jircpnred to till orders wllboiit deiiiy.
Uo :i line utock nl' lnij fllf d li-utlieron
lminl.Jii-t received from JiiHpcrk, nnil liaf
put down tlioprlcej to tyc lnwit noteh.
C. H. WHEELER,
WOOD AND GOAL
OFl'lCi: AND VAUD.
10th St. bet. Washington & Commercial Ave.
A Urgo supply ot l'ltUlmrK and llln
Muddy ooal (onKtantly on baud. Stove
wood niweil to order. Urdcrit for conl oi
wood tliotild b left at the olllco on Tenth
turcct. TermHanh on dollvcry.
E. MAXWELL & CO.
Minufaeturcrs and Doalcrs In
MA011IN3 & BURNIG OILS
Abo AicenU for tbo
m. 710, x.-.fh jiMne Street,"
N. II. Thbtlcwood. 1'. J. ThMlcwood
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
Flour, Corn, Oats, Hay, fee.
No. 78 OIIO LKVKI',
CO FPU Y, IIAHHISON & CO.,
(HuccesNorM to I). Hurd Ac Hon,)
VI.OIia,KAIN AMI MAT.
No 03 Ohio Lnvofl, OAIHO, ILLS
NEW YORK STOitE,
WHOLESALE AND HETAIL.
LiUOUST YAIIITY STOOK IM TUB OITV
OOODB80LU VKHY CLOUR.
tMriier of Rlnt!ntt ntro( mid Com
0. O. 1'ATIKlt
PINE MILLINERY GOODS
M 11 8 . H . J A 0 K a 0 N ,
(Koriu.rly Mrs. Swandera,)
announces thatsuo baa just; openod a larg
aasortment ot tho
Millinery Uoodj to no rouna in tho markot
Sho will keep tn hand
HATB, JJ0HNMi KlowKBB, KlKIlOMS.
Dhkss Tkiiuiinos or All Kinds,
LADIKH FUH1I8,IK(1 GOODS, NOTIOMB,
Uollam, Undxrslxkviis, llrnrys,
And allirooi j) fouuamminory BtnroB, all
ol which will lis ,Hsp0.ied ot at the lowest
eah pslcus. Mrs, .Jackson respectftilly
aska a continuation of tho pataonauo which
ubh been no libcially bostiiowod upon bor by
the ladles of Culr,) ami tho vicinity.
.. V. JlathUM 0. 0. Uh!
; MATHUSS & DHL,
Korwurdlug & Ocnend
FLUUll. Gil A IN, HAY AND
Caiko, 1 1.1.8
Wood Rittenliouso & Brother
)1eneuai. Commission Meuoiiant,
HJil Ohio Jiuvco, Cairo.
D.Arnia. K. il. AYKIl
AY ERS & CO.,
F L O U" B
GENERAL COMMISSION MK110HANTS
Nn. 7H I,MVK,()nioOxtRO, It.w.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
l'rcpreparcd to forward nit kinds of
Freight to all points.
17Tl!iHlne- iitlrmlcil lo prtimily.
11. A. Tlioms i i). TUora
THUMB k BKOTUEH,
Suocesosre to 11. M.Hulcn,
AMD DXALK118 trl
MiHil anil Fbuojt 41rocrrlr,
tforelfm and Domestic
pbttits .3rx) nuts
134 Commercial Avonue,
OAIHO. . . II.MNOIH.
And Dealer ill -
Lime, Cement, Plaster, llnir, &c.
tSTl will H'll In rarlo.iil lots Ht nnmifae.
turera prleen, adding freight.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Hueeeior to John II. Hilllm.)
FORWABO ING MERCHANTS,
iMKAL, II HAN, kc.
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powder Company.
COIL TKNTH ST. A OIHOLKVKK,
W. Stratton. rii
STRATTON &. BIRD
Agents American Powder Company,
B7 OllJO LJiVJCK, CslJft'O.
MILLER & PARKER,
FLOUIt, COItN, OATH, HAY, Ko;
Agcntfl for Tairhank'H Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. " CAIRO, ILLS
PARKER &, AXLEY.
Corner of 8th Street and Washington Ave.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Doalor In
No. 70 Ohio Lovce, CAIRO, ILLS
E3TSioclat attontlou elvon to conxlKn.
nicnlH and tilling orders. IU1 tl
I)1C AT. Kit IN
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
No. IIO Olilo Xjovoo
Chemicals, 3'atent !Mudiciiics.
Toilett Articles, J)nif,'iKt'.s Knney (Joods, Collier AVh
Lead and Other Grades, J'aints, Colors, Oils, Varnish!
Window Glass, Wax Flower .Material, Tube Colors, L
Stuffs, Etc., Klc, Etc,
CJ.II-I. ...... ..... .
no nuiii'ii rarroiniiuniico ami nnicrH irnm i irKU"l' "ician aim iirncrai nm
In want of (loods in our l.lnu. .te:unlio:it. rUntatlon nnd Kaiuily Medleine catcs IU
Midi or Kelllled with UelUhlu Drills ut IteaNouahlo Jlatcn
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, RETAIL & l'ltCHII'TION, L
71 Ohio Lcvcc. Wiisdilnffton Ave. cor. lllghlli f
I J A
(Lalo I'ropriater of tho .St. "Nicholas Hotel),
Has become Superintendent ol the
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
3Ir.'Walkor having taken charge of this old and well-known Iiour', willn
ouco L'ive it a thorouuli renovating, and put it in first-chinn order for tho receiJ
. . . .ii i- i.:. ..i.i . i.
won yuoHlH. ilr. waiKcr win wuicomu "ia uiu uuniuiiiora 10 inu now iiuu.vo, an
will always be glad to sec them.
First-class Day Board 20 por Monlli.
HAEEY WALKER, Supt.
50 Ohio Levee - - CAIRO, ILLS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
Tho Planter's Houso in located on Ohio Lorco Street in
CLOSE PROXIMITY TO RAILROAD DE
POTS AND STEAMBOT LANDINGS
And in tho Center of tho HuuoS8 ortion of the Uily. Tho Houso is new;
and ooinplcto in all its r-jipointnicntH. The rooms, aro hirp) and airy, besidci
being elegantly furnisl-cJ and carpeted. Guests will rccoivu courteous treat
ment and the best of accommodations.
Transient Guests 2 per Day. Day Jionrdors $20 per Month.
A TrustvWatcli for Trains and Boats Day and Night.
II. WAltDNKK, M. B.
11. .1. STALKKH, M. I).
Olllcn mill liiloni'B Hi Coniuirelal Ave
next iloor t tlm Alliciimiin cllli-t
lVrfuinery, Soaps, Brush
.. . ..... Il ...... IU.
1 hVi C J if
H OT EI
J)1L WM. HALL'S
Balsam for the Lungs
THE GKKAT AMKltlOAN (OON
BUMl'TIVKKEMBDV Cotmuiinitlon U OT nn InciiraWc dlseaso.
I'liyHliliutf nsmiro ti thiM (act. It in only
neciMwry to liavo thn ItlBlit ltpnioly, uml
tuo torrlUo mulmly cnu bo cummered.
Hall's B&lsnm Is tUsEemody.
It lin""s up Uio niglit Hwctiu, relievos t lie
npr":'",lvf tightness ncrosa tbo luneu, mid
;iualn tli Inrcorutod mid o.vcorlatod nurfttcuM
which (iimcnom ol mo uisoasu iiroduuvu.
1VHILE LIFE LASTS TIIEKE IS IIOl'E
Itmny notbe too lute to cneot ft euro uven
alter tho doctors havo Klvan you. up
Ilall'a J)1jiiu la sol J overywhero, nnd
may tio hud nt wliolewlo of tho l'roiiridtoiH,
JolinF. Jlcnry. Oiirwu & Co.. at thulr
Great Slodlemo Wareliouno, nn(j Q.Colleu'u
1'Ihco. Hen Vork. l'rleofljicrliottlo.
JlalV llnlsam Is also a suro remedy for
CouBlm,' V'oidK, I'linumonn. JBroneblttlr.
Asthma, rlttln or lllood, Croui), Whoop,
ing CoukIi, and all other ilUcnlesoi tho res
Also lropriotow of Hcovlll's lllood nnd
Liver Syrup.Onrbollc Salvo.Kdoy'H 'J'rochv,
Oxj(;onated Uittors, .Mott'o Myurl'llls. Ac.
.101IN V, HKNItV, UiniUAN ft CO ,
8 and ft CoIIi'jjh l'lace, Now York.
ii in n