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HtMUnr Matter nil t'.trr.V IMaC.
J01W H. OBEIILY, Udltor.
llr.v. Dn. W.u.i.ak will lecture before
llie Hlijli School tO-lil;lit.
Ji.jt. Davih w 111 ilullver mi oration over
tho jrmvc of (Jin. I'olit. K. l.ec.
Tiik scat let fnvir
If irvnli'iit In tiiiil
Severn! ileittli- h:tve
Miw. Tii.ton UHfvd tlie women Wtors
to the Tllton innnlon In public, mill .Mr.
Tllton fclsHtl tlie men. It ni)iK,.ir, that
In private Mr. Tllton Metl the men nml
Mr. Tllton the women.
lrlinean in Mow to My: "Thero 1
rt tllnrs In tiling, hnppcu us they may.
Por Instance the loudest mid inot persis
tent 'puller among the narrow jtaunc
locomotive Is unmet! Molm H. Oborlv.'"
Tnc "Grevlllu Metnnir," the hook of
SfoMlp nbout George the Fourth nml his
court, recently drought out by .Mr. Heevo,
l London, ln netted to ItspublMicrthe
Mini of forty tlmut.iml dollar.
Tin: Committee on lMucjitlon of the
Mnii'e of the tJeiu nil A.embly, reported
!iilverelyupon llonati'shlll toprohlblrthe
reading of the llihtc In the public, school'.
Tin' bill wn laid uon the table-killed.
Tiik mlijict oflllble reidinsln t lie pul
lio schools has been tinder dbcucston in
St. Loul", and ha licen kit, by the (allure,
of the Hoard of IMiteallon to make for
mal enactment iialifl II. a mailer of
choice with tlie tunchcrf.
ticxt Fir .loitx I'oirmt lia bcn nji.
lK)lnteil C'omini'.Kloiiur of Public Work?
in New Yotk City by Mayor Wiekhain.
The appointment ha chummI illstlUf.iu
tlonnmou Tammany as well a- ev
livmcly loyal circles.
Tu: fiuvs ol an Investigation Into the
t lalm of .Mr. Clallln to a mat In the
House at Springfield has come loan end.
The. committee Ii.n imported thai he I
ellirlble. Till invejtig.ituui ma-, one f
the mltilc ofour side."
Tub lecture ol Mn. Murtlii, a iMiwr
rl Jatt iifclit at the .Wliencuiu, was a
incritorou production. The ariimeiil,
in favor of the equality of the h'c wetv
tated with grout cle.-irni. and enfor o.l
In elegant fentenccr.
"Mi:-. S." tftiiM... to lecture, and
rap other lecturers on their knuckle..
Kverybodj wanto to see her. and every
body will thereloie Im; sotry that slie
cannot Ik- Induced to mount the plat
form. Tim: says we did it InfuMice
when we charged it with the ladlcf that
private K-hools Injuied the public uhonl.
We take it back then; but If the Ga-.ttU.
of thi week will read the Oa;t(le of lat
Meek it Mill llndthatwe liad good ground
for the charge.
Tm: Onz'ilr calls Davis "the copfc
Jieaded cilltorof the .Vioi." The cogno
men U line. When Davis approaches a
person lil head look liku thu under
rowth of ltlrnain wood moving upon
Ditnane. We never mv that under
growth in motion, but we will stick to
The 'mikM popular imntaer In St
i.oius" is lorcceUe a hamlxjine set of
broii7e hi a gift on the 25th of .May.
The bronze, arc at the largest Jewelrv
store In the city of St. I.uulf and eveiy-
iKxty who leeU dipo-ed, can caitu vote
orany iiuiuiht oi votes lor m tavorite
preacher, by paying the sum of twenty
Iheetnt for each vote. The proceed
of the election are to be devoted to the
woman sutlrago caue.
The "olde-t lnlmbltant," every where,
pronounces the present the longest and
the coldest winter within hU memory.
Many people have l:en frozen to death,
out door laborers, school children, travel
era belated, Ac. In Xw York, not. many
day ago, an Infant froze to death In Its
inolher's tiinm, Inn sheet ear. A New
Voik letter says thai In the largest and
finest houses, It has been difficult to keep
warm, and visiting, receptions, parties
etc, have Ik'cii foiegonc until more com
fortable weather arrive.
MuiaiAN, of the Sliawncetown ttnxtif.
! impressed with the necessity of lessen
Ing thecvilsof liilemperanceinShawiicc
lownauUitB vicinity. Tlie fanners of
Oallatin, when they Ml Sbawueetown,
arc apt to Indulge too freely in corn juice
.uorgan led that they are lieyond the
Intliiences of temperance lecture and
suggests to tlio vcnilurs ol llqimr to talk
to'.them ancUhowthem the dangers of the
patlt they mu treading that Is he wants
to turn the saloon Keeper into tiaiiper
anco icciurcr, wtiieti lh a novel plan, to
ay tb leal of It.
ill. null. Jill I A, AMI Tin:
WO have agreed with the suitr.lvumnl.
that Speaker Halms ba made mWtakcs
unit that fome ot hi, ruling. lmetHeii
urbltraryjuid unjust to the minority of
the House, wt. I3U, admired tlt. j,
the-Speaker, and haveattrlbnted Its com
plaints ugalnUtbc uiaiorltvoftlinAsseni
bly to a pjoper i,Uh of parll3ii zeal (hat
dc!rod to make the mo't possible use of
thomltakes and shortcomings of Its o-
lltlenl advcrisjuK's, Hut of lato It ha
played the parCof a political termagant
It has becomeau unreasonable scold, rail
ing In meaningless, language ut every'
tiling and everybody not of Its political
belief. U ha apparently at last reached
?the conclusion, that the inisfiou of its life
i to make uioitlhx at the Heformers, and
Uirpw mlonles angrily at all who do not
low tho knw to what our linaglnatlv
SiCBd of the SOtfe njitrr would call tho
lUdleal IIunI. Thl. condlllor pr alTalre
w regret. Wc have a foudmn tor the
Jovnmt, and experience much ilMreM In
witnessing: p.iMlou run away with lit
renson, us the llli in the ntirvy rhyme
rnn nway with the jpoou.
The Journnt th-claron, not. Ill mild
term?, but with all the frantic violence of
it tragedian hi t ho net ol tcailng a passion
to latter', that the Assembly has Ixcn
lay, that ll has done nothing, that it
conduct ha been outrageous. It phouts:
"Have at you, scoundrel !" It mv lugs It?
nriiif. (antheViVjiVce would My) like the
brancJiei of a tree in n violent storm, and
cries to Haines : "Avattnt, and milt my
sight : ,ou havono speculation In your
eye !" It mumbles, too. iMi-.tsonally like
Yon one mo no uucrlpll.in !"
It ha become a "Ight iimM pitiful. It
l evidently daft.
Into Itt craiduoi'-' we cannot follow Iho
Jovnmt. Wc will coudeiun when facts
require u to eoiidcuiu, and will not ex
cept Iroin our coudemni)tlon even our
own friends:; but the Journal condemn
tiVery iMTfOti not n 1'adlcal, nml ha no
wonl of condemnation for even
the raseaK ol In own parly.
In Its nttnckw upon the Assembly
It Inn gonu too far. It has not Ikjcii
truthful. The Assembly might have
done more work than It ha, but, under
the circumstances, that It has done as
much n lia been done U to those who
understanil the situation of atralt n mat
ter of utrprUe. At the opening id' the
Mission no party in cither House had a
majority, mid for sometime it was doubt
ful whether the Independent Kcformn's
would go to bed with tlie Kadical or the
Democrat. At last the Democrats got
Into bed with the l!c.iorinri. For a time
they were not congenial bed-fellows; and
If the abuse of the ,hrnnl had not made
the Democrats and l!efornicr believe
that they were inteudtd for each other,
the Itelorm parly might have got out
of our tied and laid down with
the Itmlical-. That party w.i a hy
political maiden. She had never been mar
ried, and was In much doubt about her
alllnlty. lint the Jovrnnt "fixed things,"
and thoDcmocralsandlteformer became
one. Since that time the business-of the
.Weiubly lias been pushed forward with
much expedition. Speaker Haines has
had a majority in tlie lloti-o to back him.
and has been tt lieved of the tiecefelty of
"taking tlie responsibility;' I'ieldent
Glenn. In the Senate, ha-quietly pushed
aluad: the couuniitcct have worked well,
and the pro.peet has become "lovely."
Sow, If the As-etnbly whl kill moM of the
bills under consideration, pas the appro
priation bill? carefully trimmed, appoint a
comnilion to study lliercwnne ques
tion ami report to the next Assembly,
and then adjourn, all will by well, no
matter what the -pitllre of tlu Jminml
may av or do.
The I.'cv. Dr. Thayer lately prepared a
sermon fiom n textol scrlpturetliat made
'Tlie Dew" hh subject. He must have
handled the subject with much skill, for
plagarlsm has been laid at hU door. He
lias been charged with capturing "Tho
Dew" of Dr. March, of Philadelphia.
Alter the sermon had been preached, Mr.
valler.Mckce, a young gentleman of
lino literary tn-te, lvadat thu Presbyterian
entertainment, given lately at tho resi
dence of Mayor Wood, a portion of a lec
ture or essay by Dr. March. The Phila
delphia D. D.' text was the Identical text
from which the Cairo 1). D. had preached
his sermon. After the musical voice of
Walter hadlied Into silence, the company
began to buzz. "It U wonderfully like
It," said one. "That's thu well from
which he drew hi water," said another.
"Vet," retorted a poetical dlsllkerof Dr.
Thayer, "that essay U the mornhur ros
from which lie gathered his dew." Gen
tlemen went apart Into corners, and
whl.percd about it. I.adle.s'gathered Into
knots, and said to each other: "Oh I
dear, who would have thought it!"
The Liberal ItellgionUts rubbed their
hands together and chuckled : ".Just us
we expected: they a 1 do It." Then the
Imttte alined a shaft at the Doctor, ami
hinted that he was a literary thief. After
which the town talkud about the matter,
and everybody thought that Dr. Thayer
In the meantime, Dr. Thayer, .vho had
not attended the entertainment. Mavor
Wood being one of his flock, but kick
ing with both feet at the shenherd. was
Ignorant of thu charge that had been
made against him. At last he ascertained
that his Dew wns denied tohhn that ev
erybody suspected that Dr. March owned
it. So he oruailized a committee. Messrs.
I.lutou and Ayrcs. nml got Mr. Meiuo to
attend the Imme-t. and "The Dew" r
I haycr was compared w ith "The Dew" ol
March. Then; was a-certained to be a
great difference between tweedlo diim
ami iweeillo dee. Thev wen. Imili .if
them a good article of Dew, hut hi no re
spect aliko in nothing similar. So the
committee, thrbugli the .Sun, said to the
public; "We, thu committee, do tlud
upon examination that Thayer's Dew I?
not .March'. Dew: him wr believe it to be
due to Dr. Thayer to say o." Walter
McKce spoke up.llkea tnan.and said : "I
tlo not Know how . the Dew of Thai it
could ever have been mistaken for the
Dew of March." And Dr. Thnvrr lie
dared: "I do asfeit, that mv Dewlstnv
own, and that I not only did not appro
priate nr. JUrch'B Dow, btitdld not
Know until m attention - caiimi t.,
tlie tact that he had ever dl-tlltcd any
wuw ironunetexi 1 had preached from.
.-. I cvcryDouyalil: "Whata mlsjikel
M o knew Dr. Thacr would not do such
ft thing with anybody's Dnw.atidlt U due
to him we .Iiould say so."
So the Dodor is vindicated. We aro
irladofit, He U a geutlsinan w,. have
learned In llko very much. Industrious
and forcible he Is uncompromising In bis
attacks upon what ho believes to be
wrong, and was b this disposition Ird
Into nn attack upon Spiritualism, an of
fense against the powerful Free Itellgl
ous element of thKclty. This element Is
aggressive. It tolerates none of thu old
Ideas. It leads the community. This at
tack, together with the fact that another
powerful Interest had become offended
with the Doctor, made residence in Cairo
disagreeable, and .o ho stepped down
trom the pulpit of hi. church and nut. If
the Doctor hail been an easy-goltifr
gciillctnnn, and had not believed he was
called upon to strike at the progressive
Ideas of the day If lie had Iktii n gentle
man of policy If he had patted the Devil
on the back and assured him he wns n
gnodish sort of a fellow, the Doctor
would have been popular In Cairo, lint
the Doctor acted on Impulse and did not
consult the temper of the town. The
consequence I he will take up his resi
lience clsew here. The Hfi.un tx regrets
hi departure, a regret that we hope will of
fend nobody. Wc bMicvc him to be a
really good, honc-t Christian gentleman:
we believe he believes what he preaches :
we. know he labor In Id calling with In
d"stry and 7cal. Kind hearted, liberal
and learned In his profession, he wears
well, and I liked better the longer he Is
known. Wowlh him mid Ids family
peace ami happiness In their new home.
ni.icitwnon run mutr.iitv.
The Leonard Scott Publishing compa
ny, No. 1 llarelay street. N'ew York,
have sent us the reprint of Jlfockvoot for
February. The contents arc n follow :
."The payment of the live milliards."
"The Story of Valentine : and his broth
er." "The Abode of Snow."
"Alice Lorraine1 l'att XL
"Politics at llonw and Abroad."
Two of the continued stories are con
cluded In this number "Olannetto,"
which was commenced lat month, mid
which ends rather eadly, nml with les
mytcry than the first part h d us to ex
pect: and "Valentine: and his Hrother," '
which has seemed like n series of water
color pictures, Iresh and pretty, but lack
ing the decided character of some of Mis.
Oliphant'y former work.
The paper on thu "Abode of Snow"
give a description of thu "Shlgri; or.
Glacier Valny,"n fearful place to travel
over. A very Interesting comparison l
drawn between this region and the Swiss
Alps, and the wonderful performance of
the Spltl pontes arc described. The trav-
clcr s.ceni to have a mania for collecting
savage dog', nnd It I to be feared
that he will be looked upon as a nuNaucc
when he nrrlves' among his friends if he
Indulges It much more.
Wo wish to call particular attention to
the articles on "Tho Payment of the Five
Milliards." It Is a condensed account of
the report of M. Leon Say, with explana
tions that render It perfectly intelligi
ble to English renders; nnd those who do
not understand how France managed the
payment of 200,000,000 In twu years ami
three months, will find the whole mutter
placed dearly before them.
"Polities at Homeland Abroad." "Pol-
ltlcs at Home" are so quiet that there Is
very little to be said about them, bin
Abroad" It is quite different. And Eng
land, looking out on the cares and trou
bles of her neighbors, congratulates her
self on tho calm and prosperous condi
tion of her own allalrs.
"Alice I.orrnluc" l not very happy
just now. Wo hope the new-coiner will
help to straighten out hcraflair..
The periodicals reprinted by the Leon
ard Scott Publishing Co. (I! Ilareley
Street, N. 1 .) aro as as follow.: TAe I,m-
tlon Qiinrtrrty, lidlnburgh,tWetminttr,
nnd llrUUh Qicti-lerly Review, mid Mack-
xcooil's Magmiiie. Price, SI a year for
uiy one. or only $15 for all. and the Post-
u is prepaid by the Publisher.
r. NrlirncU't Mniiilnril Itciiicdle.
The standard remedies lor all iHtCuses at
the lung nra Sciiexck's Pulmonic
SYitL'f, sciikxck's ska Weld Tonic, and
SoltKNCK'tiMANIIIUKK 1'll.l.s, und, ll taken
beforu thu Inn; uro ilcntrovcd, a speedv
euro is etl'ected.
lo thesu three med clues Dr. J. II.
Siiitnck, of l'hlUilcliilila, owe his UDrlral-
iej suecBss in 1110 ireatmentor pulmonary
the I'ulniou c Svrun ilnenitlio morlilil
matter la the lung; uaturu throws it ofl by
un easy extiectorutloii, lorwbun tho phlegm
orinittnr istlpe a slight couh will throw
11 on, 1 lie piillcut 11113 rest nuu t.ie lungs
bexln to heal.
I o enable th I'uhnouic Syrup to do this,
Schenuk' .Mindrake Pills mid Schenck'
fcea Weed Tonic must be treely used to
eleansj the stoinuch and liver, fkhenck's
Man lrako Phis act on the liver, removing
ull ob.truction. rcl ix the gull Madder, the
bile stiutN fa'ciy, ami the liver Is soon
ts'lienek's bea VVer d Tonic is n pentln
stltmilunt and alterative, tlie alkali ol which
it is compose I, mixes with the food an d
pruAeuts souring. It assists thu digestion
by toning up the stouvirb to a healthy eon.
Iltlnn. so that the food mid tha Iuiil- beal.
mid the lmtlent will surely get well If care
Is taken t prevent frcsb cold.
All who wim to consult Dr. Scbcnck,
cither t oisoiiallv or by letter, can do so ut
his principal ofllcc, corner or Sixth and
AltClt Sl.t . I'lillailtlpliia. oery .Moudtv.
Scbenck's inediciueo aro sold by all drui:-
Kit ts, Pirouguoiit the country. Witn.
O. N. HUGHES,
Orer Mathusi & TJhl'i,
ririt-ClMS Coiupal icire
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Kitloatl B&nlc Building, up.it&lri.
Tho Otrte-tHatabli.hea Aency in South
. .ii.uuia, roproaaniinir ovir
Ullin ittnuuelkl mil. M
I m Ull, uilM l.r Uw nk W
IL..I .1 .... turn . IB,
i n ii i sump mmi m i nun
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rjMlt: HUM.hriS li'iiMIlilevrymciiiilnfr
(except Monilny) in the lliillrtln llull.llii, me
iter WatliinRtua attune And Twelfth tn tt
Tub IIcli.hiI.' Is ten nl to city lulwrllicrt ly
faithful cnrrlcrt nt TwntyVlv Cent a Werk,
jnyabte Trrokly. Ity lnil, (In aUnnci'), 10iKr
snimini t innntln. Wl th" mouths, M oue
ninuiii, l ;:.
THE WEEKLY lIULLIiTIN.
t'ublMicI cmt 'IliurxUyiuriiltijtat 1 21
ivrnnmuu, linarln'nly lna(lncc. IhtjotLige
on the Weekly will If 'iTiHlJt this ofllt, so
Uut auliscrlbcrt "111 otUIn fur a ut)jcritlon
rice of $1 a rrar.
i:ulns Cuntf, r annum,...
Otiu xpurr, one ItmtUon, ...
One (quarr, two In'irtloiu,..
One ?Ueit, one neck,
One ttiaiT, two VMvks, -
One fquare, three wttl.s,.
One ftirr, one month
... 1 Ol
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One jquarr, one luvrtlon,..
i; ich sutijfiutnt Insertion,..
tOse Inch ii a Kjtiare.
Kf-fo rrruUru'lmtlecrs sreofiir tut trior in
ilurcmcnts , txth n lo rate ot cliarjrn anJ man
ntr of ill'liUylrg their favor.
KfXwIico In locnl column inserted for l'lf
tea Cents ).er line for oue Insertion, Tuiuty
Ceitu a line for two InMrtlons, Twenty-KlTe
)'tut a lint for three insertion, Thirty-Tjve
Cents n tln for one week, and Sointy-rive
Cents a line foroue month,
Conununlcationa upon cubjecta of gen
eral intereit to the public solicited.
r)All Jt Iter ihotild t a'Mm'fJ to
JOHN II. OIH.UI.Y, .
I'uii'irnt Cairo IlulUtin Company.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - 8100,000
V.' 1" llAI.I.IDAY, Pn-klilrnt.
HKNUY I. IIAM.IDAY, Vtee I'reit.
A, II n.rroitl, (Vwtikr.
S'AI.'Ii;it 11Y3I.01', As'! CnsliUr.
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II. I. llALLIDAV, W 1' IIALI.IIIAV,
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A II SJaikoiiu
Exchnngo, Coin and United StatCH
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DKI'OSITS irrelveit un-l a gtneut Ijanklng
CHARTERED MARCH 21, I860.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. 11. SAKKOItl). l'resldent.
H.S TAYI.OIl, Vice lTralilrnt.
V . HYsLOl", sec'yuiiU'Jrrasarer.
I. M. IIARCLAY, ClIAS. OAMOllKIl,
I . 31. nTOCMLKTH, I'AIXtl. KCI1C1I,
It, It C'1'.VMNOIIAM. II 1. llALLIDAr.
I. Jl I'lllLLlCS.
INTKKKST IU.l on iltKnlt at the rale of tlx
jicrcvtit ruiiuum, Murch lt anil Stern
ber lt lutereat not withdrawn Is added linme
iluittly to the iirinclul of the ilepoIU, ttimby
Kifiiiu inriii vJiniKfiiim luiereAi
MARRIED WOMAN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY AND NO ONE ELBE
. CAN DRAW IT.
Olirn everV blltilitmlar frnm!M. in In.tn Ml.
and NimnUiy eve nln j rur eavlnKH ilcnotltii only
Imm I! In II fi'il.,lr '
W. HY3I.0P, Treanurar.
B' virtue of un I.Nrcutiun to me Jiiectitl lr
lie Clerk of the Circuit Court of AlexamW
(flinty, In the state of IlllnoU, In t'avnrorAI
freil It, talTord, imljrme of Alexander II IrTin
and against John II. Ilronn. I hate lev I'd up
on the following dekcribul iiroirty, in ll.e
County of Alexander and St.H: ot Illinois, !(
wit : All the right .title and Intcrent of falit .Inhn
It llrown. Ill and to the Nonhwmt iiuailrrof
the .Southwet Mturttror Section tliirly-nne 131),
lnTownlilpflneen (15) South, and In Itange
one (t) vcett of the third 1' M ,lo l.lockn uuin
lreil one (1), two (2), three CI), four () Die
Cl, six (1;) .teien (7) and tUht () lu the town of
Unity In raid rounty and Mute, at the property
ofnald.Iohn II. Itrown, which I thai I oiler at
I'uMIe f-ale at the tioiith-went dooruf tho Court
lloiw, In the City of Cairn. In thi County of
Alexander and htato of IlllnoU on the fouitli
(Ull) 1U5 0I .Marrli, A. I)., at Uie hour of
ele en o'clock, A JI.,for rauli, In nillfvnld
Kiecutlon. AI.KX II lltVIN,
Micilffof Alexander County, IHInola
tjdro, Ull., Kebruary Htli, Pi75.
In pursuance of the lorcfrninK notice of sale, I
thlt day orreied the ri al edate then In ileecrllieil
lor fale, and there beluir no bidder the (ale wan
therefore adjournal until theilth day ofMircti
Inttant, at the aaine place and time
AI.KX Il lltVI.V, ."herlfl.
(air i. III .March Ith, lf!t,
TUB MASON A ll Ail U.N
WINNERS of three hlftlint inMali and ill
rloir.a of honor, at Vienna, 173, aad
rarl, IbCT, nuw offer the flneat HMortineut ot
the betit rjiblnet organs In the world, Including
new atylea with recent improvement not only
eiclualrdy for noli, m formerly, hut aWo o,,
new plana of cany imyrneuta, the mot faroralde
tr offered Organs renteil with priTlleKn ol
imrctiafle, to almokt any part of the country
VlrM iiaymenr Mornpwanl
Illuttratot catalogue and rln:nlari, with full
parllciilnri, ftnt fret on runueat Addni
MASON te HAMLIN OEOAJff CO.,
' lloiton, ,VW Toik or OaiMiso
t o.n.siissjio.v .su:nriiA.T.t.
AMI mum IH
LIME, CEMENT, PLABTEIt,
City ITntloiml Hank.
T WIM, .ill .11 oirtonit lot nt muniniclurern
.L prire", 1
, nilitlic lnik'M
. AND BRO,
FLOUR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHILLIS
(s-irior to John It I'tillllo)
Anl Drulm to
HAY, ORN, OATS, PLOUR,
MEAT,, BEAN, etc
AgtnU for U.7LIX tltAND rOWDEH CO
ICornor Tenth Street ruiX Ohio
Z U .Mntlitu,. i: 1 Ulil.
MATHTJSS & TJHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, IIAY AND
a-a oixio iiovoc.
12. J. A)-if! I). Ayrej.
U2 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation.
AclnoIedi;i"d by all trooil JIiihIcih to 1 tlie
bent I'lumi now made.
THE GREAT UNION PIaNO,
Of which we have hoI:1 over 100 (luring
twelve cure pait, heeouiint,' more nml more
popular every day.
SMITH'S AMERICAN OKGAN,
Splcniim tone. I'owcr ami Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A Ten Hue Instrument, adaptcil to Inntru
mental u well as vocul iinilc.
Am. thi: Aitovi: ,itr. offkiicd on
j;aty .Monthly l'.iymenW, at low tltjufcs
roaruiee? 01 List jticci,
In great variety. Including nil tho new
nnd popul ir iniihlc ot tho dnv.
Order from the Countiy"
proinjitly lilliid and aent
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS,
ritENCH IIAUI'S, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
FihtIiIikI to Order.
STRINGS FOB VIOLINS, OUITAES, ETC
01 the llcst Quality.
Classical Studies and Exorcises
Of Ml crailcs for I'lano or Voice.
lTKvery dcicrlntlou of Miulca Mer-
thiindlNO furnUhed to order, promptly nnd
at price lower ttiun ever oncrcii uoioro.
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ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
fnd for illustrated CMnlogun and I'rlco
i.ui 01 tncirs neaiititui groupuN.
All Ooodi Warrantod ai Ktpraianttd.
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES.
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOODS, COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW GLASS,
BRUSHES, SOAPS, COLORS, OILS.
TUBE COLORS, DYE STUFFS,
CHEMICALS. PERFUMER V.
VARNIS11E3, ETC., ETC.
T7"i: vllrit mrtrr"'',"l"e '' "Mr f, 11.
or tHii( in our iiik .i.-nriiifciu' . 1
filled with relMbk- Ilru t re r-.i
WHOLESALE A RETAIL,
"1 Ohio Lwvoe. I
ViS 4t . ti 1ST Nii 'I
Should be sold bv the llardwae j Canned
Goods Trade cvcn
it :?is:3 eti:7 :::: cr :r.t rszzut . i.m vtmr.
Wo have replenished our Job Printing Oflico with
many fonts of, now typo and have orders out for other
fonts of the latest popular styles. "' aro determined
to establish the reputation of our ofli io for first-class
work, and make our prices so low that tho most enthu
siastic patrons of foreign cities will be compelled to ad
mit that wo do work at lowor prices than any other of
fice in tho country. Mr. Obcrly, admitted to bo ono of
tho best practical job printers West and South, has
assumed personal supervision of tho job printing de
partment, and will endeavor to give satisfaction to our
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
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In r t. IttrtlcUnt nml General SloniniT
ii, u 1 1 1 -nulr MulliHor Cr liiiiiKiit.1 ci
DETAIL Si PUESCRTPTI'3 '
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