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P. O. Box 481, Washington, D.C.
NEW LUMBER YARD.
COR..' SEVENTEENTH ST. AM) COM.
ino unuersignou uaung established a
new lumber yard In connection Willi their
sawmill, are prepared to furnish all kluilt of
uuiiuiug material, eucu as
PINE, OYrilESS, POPLAll
Anil A ill VlAAnn.. CI.1Im fllM..
Special attention Is called to our Menu-
Matcrhl, which will bo furnished on short
notice In large or small quantities.
..-i,Vly,W!it 01,Vi.l'aP '"mhrron hand ot
our mill, 'i-hJeij iii (j0 , at ?s t0 j,,0 )(.r
thousand h carload lots. Also lath aud
shingles ftmicd In any quantity.
n l. 111 . J"AB. EANCABTKlt & Co.
Cairo, 111 August 1, ib71. s-2-Sui
AT N TOIl CIS
No. 70 Ohio IOTce, c0 1UH
ttS-8peclal attention nlven v
ptcM and mUrut orders! ji'mT
Groceries, Provisions, Etc,
A MAN lntenntii!, t ... ....
prepare Mmailt 5J SiS thn ,?u,t nr't
of bU customersT nextV Ju ?i"eiU
a large village a printed hanabu'' ?' lu
v rculer, properly distributed: w I P2fctf,f 01
Clous, but V1I0KVER IS IN A iilapu . i?''
YINU THAT IT 18 THE Cl SJw' t,W,',VL
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
.Somebody to take from u n thousand bill
licadi, good paper and Ilticly printed, for
M.rm tu .1.00.
One thousand statement printed at The
Bulletin office lor ?3.W to 4.00.
Ono thousand note heads printed nt Tux
Bulletin oiilco for ?i.eo : in o thousand lor
Ono thousand business card', line llristol
board, printed at Thk Uullktin oiilco lor
from 82.50 to $0.00. according to size.
UATUltDAY, AUGUST 20, 1871.
A new ildowalk li Doing put down on
Ohio levoo, botwoen Sixth and Eighth
"Wanted Four carponten at the
Horn Shoe mill. RrAN
A TKLXonAru wirols being put up be
tweenthorcsldoncesof Oapt. Vm. Ual
liday and II. h. Xlallldav In the Fifth
JCiLJorr .t Uxvtiiokw otfbr for salo
$30,000 worth of shoes at prices that
should commnnd attention.
Wanted, A g,ood cook and alio a
nurso girl. Apply to Dn. SittTH,
77821lf Wo. 21, Thirteenth street.
One thousand Umnceo parasols n
Uartman's, only twonty-flve conts each
Tiianki). Wo return our slncoro
thanks to Phil . Haup for a gonoroua quan
tity of most delicious ice cream.
Messrs. Frank L. Galtgher and Hor
bort JIarroll will leavo next Sunday for
an oxtonded trip to all tho prominont oitios
of tho east.
Stmi-atuy. The many frlondi of Mr
and Mrs. Straiten sympathliodeoply with
tnom In the aflliotion which has ovor
taken them in the death ef tholr littlo
gentlemen Bhould know that they
can buy booU and ehoes warrantod hottor
than bomo-maJo and much cheapor at
i-lliott & llaythorn', 101 Commercial
-Max JV.VEUNE, tho organ bulldor, Is
reay t any tlmo to tuno and repair
pianos and molodeona. You may safely
iruuyour instruments to his caro; you
will not bo decolvod.
Or Fok the Nokth. Mr. A. B.
SafTord has gono North on a teur of a fow
some tlmo nnd will to.urn to Cairo with
A Good Business. The Cairo and
Vincennos is now doing a bettor businoss
than at any time sinco its completion. Tbo
road is doing an excellent business in tbo
way of frolghu.
Parties desiring to havo tboir pianos
and molodeona cleaned, repaired and
lunod, sheuld trust thorn to M. R.
Kuobne, cornor Thirteenth and AVolnut
streets. Ho Is tho most competent man
Mrs. M, E. Fellows, tho lady who
gave a sorios of lecturos before the Liberal
religious society in this city about three
months ago, is vlflting Mrs, Jaeob Martin
in this city.
Personal. Mr. J. W. Stilf ell, corres
ponding editor nnd advertising egont of
thoTronton, (Tennessee) Uazotto, is in tbo
city on business, connocted with his papor.
Wo wero pleasod to receive a. call from
him last ovening.
Palmer. Mr. h. W. Palmor, lato Su
porintendont of tho Cairo and Vlncnnci
railroad, loft for the cast yestorday. "Wo
undoratand that ho has wound up his af
fairs with tho company, and has takon
his doparturo for good.
Orr thbITrack. Last ovonLng in
coming freight train on tho OafTo lind
Vinconnoi railroad ran off tho track at
tho Twontleth streot crossing. Th car
was soon got on the track again, and .pro
ceeded to tho depot.
Died In this city, August 23th, 187-1,
littlo Magglo Gertrudo, infant daMglitor
of Mr. and Mrs. "Wm. Htratlon. need 1
year and 28 days.
iunoral sorvicos at tbo house on Thir
teenth street at U:30 this merning. Friends
ot mo family are Invltod.
Fou Bent. Tho undersigned has thrnn
urii-clasa reddoncos, two on CroBa and
one on Klovcnth street, for rent. Kxcel
isni cisterns, out-houses, and all other
conveniences. Just put Into lino ordsr,
Enquire of O. "W. McKeaio, P. M.
TriE dedication of tho M. E. church at
Ullta will takqplaco on Sunday, Sep
Umber 18th, at 11 o'clock a. in
ev. desso Grant, presiding older,
officiating. All frionds ef tho church and
tho cauao nro cordially invited to bo
rou iiENT, Tho now brick business
Jmso lately occupied by Capt. Kelly, on
imercial avenun bntwnnn T.nih
Snth streotr, Cairo. A largo leaso
Vnnnitn rT If HFta t
'vot,l,iVrner Eleventh, stroot and Com-
""ni enue. 8782C10t
1 ten tt
FIT,.... ... N
s.uvk ui uoou una snocs or
ifti " "Ptlon l KUiott & Ueythorn'i
oH stand ' Rvenuo' Cunningham'e
tefniorm a.RnH!?r5lM' Blowft
te inform the pubiioih.... .
a boarding house for tho accommod. Z
day boardori. In ih
tl ,... . ' resiaonco on
ttte corner nf Twelfth mA i, i
Mrs f-tew.ri i.b d 1 Plftr ,,roel
Stewart Is known in r.i. .
ndattho btuineu TZrr
"n tor WAl l.r.-n.,
roputallon, solicits a sharo of public pat
Died Of consumption jostorday, atbor
rosidonco, on Walnut between 23d and
23d streets, at 2:20 p. m. Mrs, mll(o
Schafter, wife of Mr. Frank Bchafter, In
tho 22d year of her age.
Tho funoral will tako placo from tit,
Patrick's church to-day, at 8 o'clock.
Sorylnes to bo held at 10) n. m. A special
train will leavo from foot of 10th it,, at
8 o'clock p. m. All friends of tho family
nto cordially invilod.
Oioar Stand ron Sale. Wishing to
inoTO on to n farm,, 1 will sell my cigar
nnd tobacco stand, with all tho stock,
furnlturo and flituros connected with it,
on Klghln street betwoon .Uommorcial
avenuo and Ohio lovoo nt a bargain.
Tho builnoss Is well established with n
good run of custom, and there ii no bat
tar stand in Calre. My only ohjool In
soiling Is to chango my business from tbo
city to tho country.
83.G-2C.Ct Jull.v O, KCKEHDXT.U.
Gone. Our ontorpnstng dry goods
merchant, Mr. J. Burger, started yester
day on his way to New York and other
markets to lay In his supply of goods for
tho fall and winter trado. Ho expocts to
romain in the East about six weeks, in
order to watch the market and ruako his
selections, buying at tho most advantage
ous lTgurot, in order to glvo his army ot
steady customers here, nil tho advantages
that may bo connected with his own know-
lodgo of tho businoss and his ability to not
only buy at good bargains, but to make
such (elections as aro most suited to tho
wants of tho pcoplo who deal with him.
Marx has oone to New York and
othor eastern cities, purchase tho largest
and finest stock of clothing and gonts' fur
nishing goods over brought into tho M Is
siislppi valloy. Ho will consumo from
four to six woeki timo in making his e
loctions, and threatens to ocllpse anything
ovor dono in Cairo, in sizo of stock, qual
ity of goods, and tho bargains that bo will
labor to socure for his customers, whoso
numo is loglon and ho will do it. Ho
novor falls in anything ho undertakes.
So wo may look out for an immonso stock
of fall and wintor goods, to bo sold at
close figures, and we will wait to buy our
soveral suits until Marx returns. "Go
thou and do likowlie."
The Suicide. The Jonesboro Uazotto
of this dato says of A. II. Brevard, whoso
body was recently washed ashoro at
"Mr. Brevard was ongaged on tho ferry
boat of Willard & Lence which was con
veying wheat from the sunVon steamer
Grand Tower to Capo Girardeau on Fri
day, the 21st is't. Tho beat grounded
when Mr. Brevard and two other men
Firoposod to swim ashoro. Before starting
o tho snore Mr. Urovura aiknri hl c-lrM.
to drink ulit iim, ...u. . . his
last. Tho three drank and set out, two
reaching tho land in safety; but when
Mr. Brevard got within about thirty-five
leot of the bank hosuddonly sank without
saying a word, lie only rose onco, and
thon tbo top of his head only was visible,
llo was intoxicated at tho timo. His
friends think tbo drowning was premodi-
tatod to rid himself of trouble, life having
bocomo a burden."
The German-Ambbicak School. Tho
next session of tho Gorman-American
school, Prot. Honry Appel, principal
and Miss Clotilda Yocum, asssistant,
will open on next Tuesday, Sop torn ber
1st. Tho school will bo conducted in tbo
samo manner as last sosslon. Prof. Ap
pol will havo chargo of tho German
branch of tho school, and Miss Yocum
tbo English department.
Pupils will bo instructed in tho follow
History of tho Unitod Statos ;
Natural Philosophy ; and Noodlowork
together with all tho othor branches usu
ally taught In our schools.
For further particulars parents aro re
quostod to inquiro of
PkuF. Henrv Appel, Principal.
August 28, 187J. fit
Illinois Central B. B, Co., l
Agents Office, Cairo, Aug. 25, 1874.
To porsons wishing to attend tho Camp
.Meeting to bo bold at Jonosboro from
August 2Sth to August 31st, wo will sell
oxcurslon tickots to Anna and roturn nt
ono and one-fifth faro. Halo of tickets
will commonco on tho 520th and discos
tlnue on August 31st. Tickets good to
roturn until September 1st, inclusive.
H James Joiinkon,
Tni; Cause o-Tempeiunce finds ono
oi its most insidious and dnngoroufoel
H.I... 1 . , ..
u iun ninny so-caueu ionics " and " np
petlaers," made of cheap whisky and ro
fuso liquors, ilnlshed up to suit depraved
appetites under tho name or modicino.
!. "Walker's California Vineoar
Biiter are nono of theso. They aro not
a beverage, but aro a gonuino medicine,
puroly vegetable, prsparod from Call
fjrnla herbs by n regular physician. For
all diseases of tho stomach, liver, kldnoys
bladder, skin and blood, thoy aro an in
fallible and unrivaled remedy.
15d and w4w
EllLKW to Ilia Pathonh, and tub
General Puiilio, Greeting. I very
rospoctfully solicit a continuance of tho
favors of my patfons and Invite the pat
ronage of tliu public, but I wish old
patrons aud translont patrons to distinctly
understand that I work for money and
not bocaueo of a philanthropic desire to
shoe Hiid boot my fellow men without
money and without prico, and that, there
fore, if any old patron or now patron,
dosirlng shoos or boots, has not tho pecu
niary ability to pay for tbo work ordorod
when dono, he is requested to pass on to
somo otber thoamnkor. I want no old
patrons or new patrons who will not pay
Those who are willing to pay will find It
to their interest to patronize me, because
1 keep on hand the best of stock, do tbe
boat of work, give the bast or fits and
work for tho lowest of prices.
Twentieth Streot, between Poplar and
wniblpflton Avenuo. ,
TIEfOBR jUDOH DROSS.
Daniel- Shen was brought boforo'hls
honor, obargod with burglary. The
charge sot forth that Shea on Thursday
night, belweon 9 and 13 o'clock, did
broak into tho room of one Minerva
Ilerly (colored) and thon nnd tbero took
$10 from a pillow-caso, placod thoro pre
viously by tho said Minorva. Shea sayi
he made a mlitako In the liouio, and had)
novor thought of going into a colored
rancho; that he is a hard-working man.
and that this Is the first timo ho was over
before a court to bo tried. Shea had no
witnesses to prove his character, and,
therefore, tbejudga held him over in the
sum of $000. llo will board with Fitz
gerald till tho next torm of the circuit
UiroilK Jl'DUE UlitD.
Moists. Caldwell and Young, two col
ored gentlemon, wbllo indulging in a
game of cards at Hod ford's saloon Thurs
day night, got into n dispute as to who
pUfbd low," Young picked up a cbair
tostriko Caldwell, when tho latter pulled I
a knifo from his pocket and cut Young
bohindtho oar. Caldwoll ran out tho
rear door, but soon appeared on tho street
In front of tho saloon, whera tlioy r
sumeJ tho qiiarrol. did vr oil struck right
and loft with his knife, outline an ugly
gash in Young's loft cheek. Olivers
Shcehan and J. alius appeared on tho
scono, and arrosted tho parlies. The JuJge
fined Caldwell $20 and Young $." and
costs, which they, failed to pay. Both
wore sont to Jail.
The best goods at the lowest prices is
the motto of Elliott & llaythorn. Tlioy
will soil the lowest.
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS
The following are tho names of the
loachors employed by the board ot educa
tion to teach In the public schools of the
city the ensuing school year. Our cltl
zons will be ploased to note among them
many of tho most popular teachers of last
O. G. Alvord, Principal.
Miss Mary E. Mollridn,
" Kato A. Thompson,
" Nannlo McKoe,
11 Annlo Phillis,
" Anna Houston,
" Maggie Aubrey,
" Ida Harroll,
" Buth McUrido,
" Amelia Bogors,
" Jjucrotia "Walbrldge,
" . Powers,
" llattio MoBrido,
11 Emma Livingston,
" Alrnlra Copoland,
J-- iu--miiK..Hnmthing new
the Jolly Press line, at Uondorson's,
Commercial avenuo. C288-lm
all too day boarders in the city can
be accommodated at tbo St. Cbarlcs
hotol, with first-class board at socond class
rates. 70 419tf
Sometuinq New, Bucks Crystal
Brilliant with glass oven doors. No oc
caslon to havo burnt bread. Call and soe
it at T. J. Kerth'h. 87C10tf
Dr. "Williams, Dontist may bo found
in his otHco at any timo ; extracts teeth at
all hours day or night. Ofiico at MO
Commercial avonue, between 8th and 9th
For Sale. 200 oozon one quart fruit
cans at $1 per dozen ; half gallon cans at
$1 CO per dozon, all of good tin with
grooved seams, manufactured and for salo
by A. Halloy, 108 "Washington avenue,
noar Tenth stroot. 82-7-17-lm
The Best. Tho genoral verdict is
that T. is, Sullivan's soda water is the best
n the city. Try It, No. 152 Oommer
cial avenuo, between Ninth and Tenth
Cans I Oaks I Cans I Quarts, one dol
lar per dozen- half gallons, one fifty
per dozen ; mado of best material and
grooved seams; at Uondorson's, 100 Com
morclal avenuo. C288-lm
iirtuovor coiicoge, llanoter. Indiana
HEXTtcrm beglm Septembor 9th, 1874.
Two full courses, classical and ncientltln.
with prepatory department. Full faculty.
Tuition frco. Hoarding as low as clsowhere,
For information er catalogues apply to Bev
G.C. IIECKMAN, I), D. President.
Steam and Gab Fittino, Newland
fc Jtennle have onterod into a copartner
ship, and have oponod a shop on Goramer
cial avenue, next door to Porry Power's
livery stable. Tbey are now ready to do
all kinds of Steam and Gas Fitting,
Drive-Well "Work and Plumbing. Special
attention paid to repairing pumps, They
oucun snnro of public patronago, and
guirnaioo ttiolr work to Do wall dono.
auk Darter snop is ou ne corner of
Eighth stroet and Commercial avenue
whoro J. Georco Stionhouse with bis sen
tlemanly assistants can be found at any
our or tbo day or night, ready to sootno
our footings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and hoad with a good sham
poo. It is a firstclass shop, and you are
suru of receiving firstclasa treatment
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
f tertbe most approvedstv 8-U-t
AV AbiiiNoiON liAKKHY. -Mr. Josoph
Konekor has taken charge of Ibis woll
known establishment, and wll", on and
attor today, bo alio to supply tho
publie iwlth oholco broad, including
Boston, lirown and O rah am bread, besides
cakes and confectioneries of overy de
scription, Being an experienced and
kllful baker, Mr. Konekor will not fall to
satisfy an h-, patronlzo him. Ho
Washington avenuo. 88-7-J-lm
FntVATB IloAKDlNO. Mrs. J. "W. Oar
mlchaet having takon the largo houso a
tho cornor ot Sixth stroot and "Washing
ton avenuo, is proparod to
furnish prlvato boarding to a
limited number of eithtr ladies and gen-
tlomen, or to gentlemen and their wives.
The faouso Is very pleasantly locatod and
convenient to tho businoss part ol thoclty.
Tho rooms aro large, airy and woll
lighted. For furthor information Inquiro
tit tho houio.
The Delmonico Restaurant will
opon on tbe first o! September and will
be kept open therenttorday and night.
Harry Walkor has mado all preparo
lions for tho restaurant business nnd will
bo ablo to accommodate all his customers-
Frosb oystori, gnmo of all kinds, nnd
everything In its season that tho market
atfordr, will be served up.
Board on tho Europoan plan three
tickots for ono dollar.
Regular day board at tbo old ralos
first-class board at third-class rates.
M. R. KUEHNEj
Tuning and repairing of Organ", Plnim
and Melodcoiti neatly done.
COB. 13T1I AND WALNUT STBEKTS,
P. O. Ilnx liCt. lll-U-IlMf.
Whereas, on the 27th day of .1 anuarr.lS' I,
llatli Illy nnd Sarah Illy, his wife, did ex
ecute ntul on Die UStli day of January, lb" I,
did acknowledge and deliver In the under
signed, their certain motrgago deed, and did
tbernby bargain, sell, release nnd coiney
tu the undersigned the following described
lot ol ground In tho City of Jairo, count v
of Alexander and statu of Illinois, tn-v.lt,
lot numbered twenty-nine (a'), lit Mwk
numbered fortynur (41), together with aM
tho privilege and appurtenance to the
same belonging or appertaining, and did
thereby rclcatu and walvo all 'righto aril
privileges under nod by vlrtuu nt tin- home
stead exemption lawn of the state ol II InoU
to secure the payment ot two note, each
for the sum ef eighty-one dollars, ij..:rlng
even date with said iimrtnag and or I pay
able to the order of Zachariali I), .ljtliu-i
in thirty days and nlno montli-nltcr date, re
spectively with ten percent. Interest.
And whereas, said mortgago provides that
In case of default in the payment of either
or said notes or any part thereof, toe whole
sum so secured shall at;tho option ot tin
iinilerslgnod become due and pajalili
and the said mortgaged promise
may dc soiu in mo manner, aim upon giving
notice as In said mortgage specified, and
whereas, default baa been made for more
tban ten days, in tho payment of a portion
of said sum to secured, now tlierclorc, b
virtue of tho power In salil
morlirago contained, I will on
the 7th day of .September, 1871. at the
hour of'i o'clock, p.m., at tbe front door of
tbe court boue,tii said Cltyof Cairo, nutity
of Alexander and state of Illlnol. oiler for
sale at puiiiic vendue, to the Highest bidder
mrcasu, lot niinioiTca iwcniyniiie fjyj in
block numbered forty-four (JO.
heretofore dex-ribed, and will
execute and deliver to tho mir
chaser a deed therefore. Dated August 21th,
IQI .. .. . '
JOttt ,Ai;ilAJ.!.ll 1'. .MATIIl'ftS,
Samuel P. Wheeler, Mortgagee.
ju i lor jiongagce.
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
B. W. MILLElt, Prosldont, C3
7Vi?Wi!J.Iil-,i,i' VKu fiesldcnt,
CI1AS. CU-NMNGIIAJ1, Cashier
COLLECTIONS PBOMPTLV MADE
KXCnANOt?. onln li.nl. . ..I !!.. I
t . . ' . ' . lUUUUtH
o.i;n BCCUflllCS UOUglll U1IU Hold.
Interest nlloucil on tlmo (leposiU.
THE CITY NATIONAL
J CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
W. P. HALLIDAY. I'rAl,t..i.
VKfeSAJPf y Vice President.
ill . . r ul-, uasuier;
"(YALTEll UYSLOP, ABsfstant Cashier.
TAAT8 iTAYLOH, It. II. CUNNINOHAM
iT ii' if"'1""' 1 HALLWAY
O. D. Williamson, Htki'ihsn Uutn,
a. ii. axvtoiiD.
fcxciinna-e, Coin nnd United! Slntes
iionas Jiougnt nnd Sold.
DEPOSITS recoivcdlaml a general banking
KNTEKP1USK SAVINGS HANK
CHAKTEKI'I) MAItClt 31, 1S01).
CITY NATIONAL HANK, OAIKO.
S TA.Yl.OJt, Vice-President;
H. UYSLOP, Secretary and Tre
M. IlAItCI.AY, CHAB.GAI.inilKIt,
AI. Stockflkth, Paul o. Kciiuii,
II. CONNINOIIAM. II. L. llALMDAY.
INTEHEST nald on ilnnnslli t il, ri
ol BixDcr cent.
September 1st. Interest not wlthdrawti is
uuuuu immcaiatoiy to the principal of the
iieposim, inereoy giving them compound
MAURI ED WOMEN AND CIIILDIIKN MAY
DKrOBIT MONKV AND -iWO'ONK KLSli
CAN DItAW IT,
Open every businoss duv from n n. m ia i
i, auiu.imjr evenings mr savings dc
posltaonlj, irom u to 8 o'clock. b
w. it xaLOP, Treasurer.
WOOLCTT'S PAIN PAINT
Cures nil kinds ot pains. For sale bv
Prospectus for 1871 1 EVENTIl YEA It
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, universally
admitted to bn tho handsomest period
leal In tbo Wotld. Arepresentatlvp
and champion or American tatlf .
Nat for Balb in iIook o.t Ar.va fiTORK
Tlin Aldlno, wblln lsiiod with all tho rcg
ularlly, ban nono of tbo teiniiorary or time
ly Interest rhnrnrtrrhtle of ordinary pell
pd cals. Itlimi ologant inlsuollany ol piiro
light ami graceltil llltrattiro and a collce
t on ol plctum, tlin rarol rpoelmcn or ar
llstln skill, In Mack nnd whlto. Althoticli
each succeeding number nllords n fiesli
pleasnru to If Irlrmls, the real valtio ami
beauty of Tlin Aldlno will bo most appreci
ated afler 11 lias been bound up at tbu elu-e
ol tbiijear. While other publications may
claim superior cheapness, na compared with
rivals of n slin.nir class, iho Aldlno is mi im
Iqu. 'i I ."i,ni ii (inception nlono and v
apt' I'd .iviilutcly without concept
In pf' . or character.
ABT DKPAUTMKNT, 1871. - V
Tb llliutratlonni! tho AHIIne ino w."
a woildsido reputation, and in the art ton
JreH ol Ettropo It Is an admitted fact that
It wood clttH aro uxatnidoa ut the hlghost
pcrloctlon eor ntlalnod. The fiimmot
iirejtnllce In favor ' "steel pint' s," U nip
Idly yielding to a u... .educated and ith
(.rlmiuatlllg lasin which recognize, the ad
vantigcs the advantages or stlpurioi- attlstle
-M.iiiv win, urcalerfaolllty of iiiuiliiotloii,
'1'iio quarterly tinted jilati'siui inn ,u,u.
by Thos. Moran and J. D. Woo lward.
The ChrlMtiias Nut for ls.'t villi contain
special do-lyns ((tpT(iprlat tu tin- H-aon,
by our best h'rtlt. and will surpa-s In at
tractions any dl llo predecessors.
PBKMIUMS FOK 1871. '.
Kverv siibserilier In tlin Aliluie lor
yenr ISil will receive a pair nf chrom
The uriglnal pictures weru painted In nil
the publishes r nf the Aldine. by Tliom
Morau, wlmo great olorndo picture1 an
purchus'd by oiigrost for inn thoiiattd
ilollars. The MilycH weru uliusvii to rep
resent ten tlmusai'd dollar. The subjects
were cliK-tti lo i ' present I'lie Last" and
"Tim Wc.it." One li a view In th- White
Mountain, New Hampshire; tlm 6ther
gives the Clltfe of Girtn river, Wyomlnn
territory. Tim chromos are eaih worked
Irom thirty dltlnct plates, and are In sire
KixlUi and appearance eiut ta..imile ol
Mv.utL, N. .1.. .Sipt. SO. HTi.
.Messrs. .lame Mittoii tt v.o. .
Oknti.k.mkn I am itellgbted with the
prooh In i-olor n ymir rhronm. They nro
woti'Ieiliilly situeesstul rupiiintatloiis by
mcrlunlcal prcesn of lli orUiu vljiaintlng-,
't rcspeclfully. I iuh. M-iian.
These ebromos are in every siie Ainerl
can. They am by mi urinal Amurlcan pr.
cesrf, with material ol .Aljliirlcaii inuiiuln
Hire, from di;U'H of American si ener by
an Amorican iiainter, and presented to sub
scrlbern to the llr.t successful Anurican
rt Joiin.al. It no better 1 v ause nl al
tin., liny v. id certainly pi.isesi an liitem-t
no foieltin iroiluctiiiti can Inspire, end nei
ther aro they any Ihc W'.rso fl by iea-u nl
peculiar fatniti t( pr 'niiit.n they cost
tho nubll-liers uidv it trllte, while etiual In
every respect toOLtier tii"iiiim that aie sold
singly for doubt the utijiMion price ul
If any subscriber should indl'-ate a pre
ferenco for a tlgtiro subject, the pab'utiiers
wilt send 'Thought'' ot Home" a new an
beatlful chromn. HxSO Inches, reiiru.cotiiit
n littlo Italian exile whon speakinc eye
betray tho lorrli' ot hie Iniirt.
5 por annum, In advance, with Oil Chro-
For 550 cents extra, tho cbroraos,
mounted, varnished, nnd prepaid by rnnil
The Aldlno will, hereatter, bo obtainable
only by subscription. There will no be re
duced or club rate ; cash lor aubtcrlptlon
must bo sent to tho publishers direct, or
banded to tho local canvacr, without re
sponsibility to tbo publishers, except In
cases vv hero the certificate Is given, bearing
the ficlnillr si-nature ol Jnn' uttou ,t (jo.
Any person wishing to act permanently
as a local canvns-cr will receive lull and
prompt Information by apply im to
Jame-i Sutton i Publtslmrs.
lib Maiden Lanu Now York
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
OK AM. KINDS, IIAIID AND KOrT,j;
Mill and Ya
nncr .I hh Street
' l tin
1 Ohio Lcvcc.
WALL &. ENT,
Jtanufacturcrs and Dealers In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH,
POPLAR, OAK, OYPKUa, ASH, (5UM
AfiU CUITUISW'UOD, auK
I) It ESSE!) PINE, Abll AND POP
LAll FLOOIIINO, OEILNO ASIJ
HI DIN (1.
ltjlOfllco at saw mill on corner nf Tivni
t)'ccoiid street and Ohio Luu-u.
c. nT hughes,
JOhio Levcc, over iMathus & UhlV.
Jirst-chits Oo))tpunic8 I
7!1 Ohio Loveo, Oity National Dank
It. .!.!!. . ' I . I- - -
ilUIIUlllf, UAillO, ILLS.
T io oldest cstabllslieil Agency In Sotltho
Illinois, rcpie-emiiig over
Blghth Stroot, boUten Wasblnston' and
o I'ri "in run mlir llirsn Itllier .ill
I" itiH II'. I n'I't I' ' 1 ' It WL I ) f
.. .1 t ,"ir ii'.ie s ere 1. n " I r I ... i,
,-i n nn i!irr Iii"..'ij, ii tv c -,r .
i e ' ' ii'l .... i . of li (mil .
MM'pilii or llorxltniitlt a "..c" P..
hi iltn . '-in. t.liivnt, (w:tk i , ill
Inx7ineu. ''our Kruetsllons i.f llo I t". -. I
I.Tf-lnllm Mouia, llth.. At', s IV, 'I
el Hie IIc.tI. 1-ir.mihiaie : f I
i.'i rcjrifni of tho KHni c'
t 'urtliii htiiipioitti. -tin 1! i 'i
..a. ffiu li'ittln will pn.vc . i . . i
i'. iiH'riln than a I'-nvtN' i.
t ir irHiniilo c.'iiniplfittii-..
1 1 liii.il orslUKis, at tlin ' :
i' . turn ofitfo. these T"ni. I
uuiw 4ii lcCu:ni.e that w ; i
ir I i
f I !
i'r liitlniiiiiintnrr "t nr.
Iililll.lll anil limit. Hlili'li- I i-
i .'Mftit l'rr. 1M ii T ' ' i
in'is ami Pliu' li-r. iticse i.i '' i :
s i. U lllscuca n rairst "IT Vi
I'hrj nri'ii i;i nll- I'uri-iiiii
I. . II nl
II 'I nllir. iot..inir i "- r
IwiriTiMl uncut In r.ll'' .' 1 7
,iiiiiuatiinef ifin Uver i .
III lllll-!- Plr1M.
S.ti- Mhln l)!c I ' . '
Ills in. IColrlii . Kil, l'i l ' J
i in in, Itinff woini - I '
I i -i.c.ns. lu-ti.N rf, i '' -
lluiU'.f mi. I IV eases l II' - '
i,r nature, aro lnenllj sr
Mr systtia in a sli"rt i.t.n i ' t
"''er. . , . ,
4.rilrrnl TliiiiisHlini ' ' '
tint till" lito'l "ii I r' I 'I.
.-litlllfl Hi' WUll.1' .f "
It. II. lO.N.l.l .V i o.
Ii ;!-) ,in.t f.i-n. Airt" . h ii I. J Ca',
...i u invt fi -nil c 'nf- N V
i- il.l) I.V Ai I. I'ULI.nibTS A 1)1 .VLII'.v
All cu'ancous eruptions on tlcfaco
body in Ai- ale
AX IMPntB C'OMHTION Li
and this may, or mey not l.c y in : I v 1 1
In cither case tbe ill- as- i r.3t in i.i .
than an iNnlUloi i Pot -)Nl at
Iil.'HNS MIvl! A TEBItmiiE I II!!
as ltcMiie4 tlirmigh tlir vt tit t swin.; set
ol death Willi cut j
In :hls condltton ef t
in i itcd at ouce to c' an
.X ati i
SCOYIIJS iihOOI) AN
'will iKHltlvely cfltct thU i'cs! rai"i ).
pclllug every trace of ill.-etu Irom tho l.!J
anij -yttcm, and leaving Vuz . n
SOFT, FAIIl AND BEAUTIFl
Hundreds or certlfleatis atf t Its 'valu
t-l ft l . t ..s
JOHN 1'. IIKMiy, C'ritKA iC'tl
h and 3 Uollogo Place, Now iork.
ALSO IMtOPItlKTOlIS OI'"
nan iialum fur the I.un. Carl jtl altl
i-uny i iiuuoua iroihcs, Oxv en
ted llilters lor Dy,i ,)ila.
, Dr. Mtt Liver Pil i
Dr. Itoger's Vegetal,: or:.i
Nvrtin. Dr. Itsiiiii-ttn s ir.. ii,.it. ,..
uatP, .vii.i-, ami rmin, Itui IlalrDyj
FOIt S VLK UY ALL DKUGGISTil
A NEW IMPROVED
At Ylcniiii,! 1S73.I
The Ulghcst Order olj,''Mcda!, Awardodl
a. inu imposition.
NO SEWINfl MACHINE RECEIVED Ai
. . 1I1UHK1L rnizE.
A FEW COOll 11I.AS0.NS:
1. X New Invention thoroughly tosted
and Hscureii by Eettorn Patent.
Makii as i'i:ttri!CT Lock Stitch, alike
on both sides, on all kimisof goods,
Ititus Eight, Smooth, NoIsoIcsh, nnd
jiapiu nest commnation oi fjnallllo-,.
4. Durable Huns lor yearn without ro
U.W 111 do all varltlosof Work and Fancy
Stltelilug in a Superior manner.
(I Is mou ealsly managed by the opera
tor Length or stitch may bo altered while
luuiiuiK, nun muemno cun no threaded wltli
out passing turoad throuyh holes.
. 7- Design Slmplo. Ingenious. ElcL'ant.
forming the stitch without the use of Co's I
Has tho Automatic Drop Feed, which in-
buico uuiiunu icngtu oi siitcn at any spcecd
uas our now -rnreeil controller, hipi in I.
Iowh easy movement of needlo-bar aud
provonis injury to inroad.
e. Lonstrilctlon most careful nmt (In.
I-bcd. itis manufactured by tho most skill-
nil iui i fXDoriuncoii inacnatiicR. nt tlm inin.
brated Hkminuton AltMoltY, ILION, N, Y.
Chicago Oillce, W7 Ktato Streot.
gT wm -jWYERSITy.
THE FOltTY-FIFTU ANNUAL
SESSION of Studios In tho
HT. LOUJS UNIVJJUSITY
"Will begin on
MONDAY, SF.PTEMDUIt 7ili, 1S71.
' For Froepeolus, giving tonus, Instriic-
iions to parents, ccc., .vc, apply to or
EEV, JOS. O. ZEALAND, S. .1 ,
St. Louis University, St, Louis, Mo,
Nowspapor navcrtinn0'ts tun most niergotlc
uini viruant ot salesmen; addressing thou
sand eniili day, nlivuys. In Iho advertiser's
Jiiteast, and ceasolcssly at work wUlns
customcra from all iliii.ca.