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JOHNK- ODKULY, IMltor.
CENTENNIAL ELOQUENCE.
leilagtoo and Concord Oratori Celebrating
the Deod. of th AcUri of Out
Hundred Yean Ago.
t'.xtrnvU fi-iim lite Ornlliu r lticl
ml II. Ilium. Jr.. (nut a-iiiii-Mllll'im
Curtl.
Klchard II. Uatu, Jr., at Lexington
Ktract.
How mysterious it that touch of late
ttlitrli irlviis Immortallt v to u Mint of
earth to a iminu ! The vital i:irk fiilK
riicru nro countless n.wcs though tlio
l.ocrhn Mountains whoso namm liave
ixirblicd. Tho lot tell upon out ot them
and the name of Thcrmopyho li in lu-vli
nfir ! IYM vi-nrs ni III tin! iIorv'i nrlmo ill
Urei-ct1, and the world over fs, ami i;ver
win oo, ainonj: uu races anu in an cuincs
a watchword tor horoic sdf-il.'Votlon. uu
electric Miock to ori-ato a soul of patriot
valor tun er t ic run oi (twitli. I neiv tin.1
thick studded villain.- over tho plains ol
lk-luliun unkiiowii loliuni', and none k-s
known lluvn nterioo. vlio! imuu) on
the luonilnir ofthe 18ih .luue, lSlo, had
ad I
not been heard Leyond the sound of
villain? chimes Ity the Miltlir-; -nil
Ks
mat ilav, It was 10 mjimi loivver an i
jal Ol 'prldeandKlor.v to oiiPRn-nt race,
while the mere iilieraiuv of Its vllahles
stir. to the very depths the resentment
and chagrin ot another. ?o that it - place
In Itmn.iu speech is a Miimllnu' iiii'imi'o lo
the peice of Huron,. There Were many
hamlet.s of Now hiilnud through wlileli
llrltMi troops rms-i-.l and repassed hi
1775 liamlets, whoe people were no It i
patriotic than vour own; )ul the lot of
llory fell to Lexington. A few mlnntos
ol'tln dawn ol a prhi morning, and
.vour name was ca!ed wiih-the blood of
Inartyr.s;lt was lo be ehcilhcd lot-ever
in the allecllonate. uii'iuorles of tho iieoplc
of a continent ; to be borne on banners
above the smoke of battle : Inscribed
xipon the war ships of a jjreal nation, mill
proudly carried into every sea, to lie
adopted in grateful remembrance by hun
dreds of towns in all parts of this empire:
a namo which will every cry
'Krrfftloin'it bnttlcoiu-c Ixkuii,
ltfMrt Iitsl liv blri'llng rt to mm,
Though tutHi'l oft I-. mr won. ' '
lint Thcrmopyhe and Waterloo, like
many other name, owed (heir immortal
ity to stRtinrcr.-. Tho three hundred
Spartans marched many weary li'mrncn
ft-oin the center of Lneonla to deleiid.
aalnM the myriads of Alatle Invader,
tlioie dellles lor which iintives li;ni
uo thought of contending. It wa by ac
cident that tho two gii-al war-cloud,
charged lull with Gallic mid Hntlili thun
ders, broke jiiit there, which jjavo Water
loo what Its own nation could ncer have
jlven It. It wa- foivlii Hint and foreign
-tccl that struck for It the vital spark.
How little have the people of OelH'sllifiy
to do with the consecration ol tho Vol! I
ntr. vnr.n nr.MOcn.u v or m:w r.xm.iNii.
It Is a mistake common among l-.'urop-ean
writers which in time mav atlect new
jiaieratiuin here, tosiii)ioe that thuiito
,ilc of Ma-sachusetts in 1"." wi-w slriUii''
out for new liberties and privileges to
which they thought thcin-elv s entitled;
that they bravely rou together, ami broke
the bonds of opprc-5-lon, and -ft them
selves tree. Not at all! Xnllilii" nf tin.
Mm! ! Entiling ci li lie more unlil.e tlian
the American struggle-ot 1"7.", and the
social and political revolutions atteinpled
on the continent of Kuiopc for liberties,
the rcvolutlonWii do not n-t-furiiiu vviirii
they sco them, and cannot keep wlien
they have got them. We broke no bonds.
Wc were never lioiiml. We were free
born. A homogeneous community. Kit
glUh, with trilling exception-, taking
nos-cs-lon ot a new land, the people ol
Mais'ieliu'ctts hud been left lor live gen
erations, by what Utirke called "the wl.-e
neglect" ol Ureal Ilritaln, to self-govern-incut
and home rule. Wr had grown up
in Home rule not only as again-1 (ireat
Urltaiu, but as among ouoelve?. We
called upon Great lfritalu for no couu-el
or pecuniary aids, for no nUtaiicolii our
goycrnnient, and lor no soldiers to gar
rison our towns or frontier forts. We
had never had on our .-oil an hetedltary
title or hereditary Institutions. We had
never had the relation of baron and va--ml.
landlord and tenant, or any of the
11 lies or tJiadous of fettdali-ui. Our
mall properties were cptallv distribu
ted ; ami no law or custom tended to build
i p lanillles or privileges, ilL.c.
iiiulated wealth, but all the iwage and
laws worked directly the other wav. We
were not theoriersorexperhnentalUt-on
sm-eulailvo notions hi civil ntl-ili-.. w..
did the work In hand In tho wav we
louuil nio-t convenient tit the time,
always kcepliig-111 view what all as-ented
to, the stib-tantial iiolllleal ctjiialitv of
nien. We grew uji it terrible IeiuoeWv
of ministers, lawyers, doctor.-, murclmnts,
yeomen, trtders. niwhanie- mid enmcn :
all or near) vail being Huall proprietor
of land. e were educ.it es I In the ix
sponMbllltles duties, and burden, of sell
government, and knew tint there was no
liberty without burden, mid sacrlilect.
I he people of the tow n, e.eivlM.'d uianv
peivlgn powcrr, by thetio.mic-eeuee of
the K"jiilc ()f (lt. ji- v Jnee, b(Hsine It wa
wuviiilent.and Initial lo be sale. .No
tclcnilllc line ot dil,loii wa-. drawn: hut
a line was practleally ,-ttlcd as thu nat
ural lesiilt ol eoiilheting or eo-operdtln"
nc i i.tc. reaMin. ,riiielplcs and cot"-venlince.-.
'l'Jiu iw-oj.!,- in their town
meeting provided f..r imblie woivhip.
limit the ilmrehecillcd mul paid t.
lergym-n .ami -icx-rci-wl c.vl.-,la,ilc.tl
liowcrs. Jhev built the K-lmul hou-e-.
appoint, t ainl p.ti.l n. tiaelter-. deteN
iiilm-d wht,t IwuMIk; tauglit. and so cx-riiMMleauoaUuiiulfiuH-tloi)..
Thev or
.uncd the tow n miliiui, apiwlntcsl It.
;IIW. .blilltth-.to.-l.udel,!,., laia out
the twining ll.-l.l, pnnldcd arms " ,i
"g 'Ja lve functions Th( )
t ie r discretion, and collected taxes l"r
all hen- purpo,, oiitl so ex.n u.,1 sov.
i .f?n Vlv"r' "ver irojcrty. Km i,l. f.
L,nir,.1'." were parliament.
iteari&r'fimn,teH
wll?,eMtk?r? POlltlCal l'1'""' J very
worm a til story. It has boon said tint if
'ycry other record shoulilperl ah' tr. tc
character and full hUtorv of ho wn
.i " "u"! l" recoruk of the town
:w.'iV,"!f,!t,' the molutlons
EKM W o their
tho iirov wVoi V.'" u,u ULrai tout t. in
r Si i -r S rf Pintail von elected the
...nfrt.. ; .?."."' oruen-u our
"". iJiuiim Bjtiviu. OjilablliillPil nnil
regulated our 'juateS t a d
uivu in kiu jiroviQce, nv in
n (iratvn by lot la tla toymi,
laid nml collected our own taxes, and no
lax had ever been Imposed upon us by
Imperial power. Wo held nflcgiaiiee to
llio crown, ami were pans oi inir iiiiuan
empire; but we were a Ecii-governuig,
homi-rnllnpf people, loyal, content, well
educated and inditsiilou, giving no
attcofiust complaint to tbe people ol
Kimland. In short, wc had Ikcii for live
generations the freest, most self-governing
pcole the world had ever known.
in an evil uoui uie priue, jcaiuiiMy nun
lru-ed of the mother country, and nulte
n much ot Its trading, manufacturing'
and middle clas.es a' ol its nobles and
,r,ntrv. set It.s eves llnnn tin; colonies lor
llUI'i na' iuimou, u e ueiiico uu: iigui.
If - ... ,.. ..... 1 -.1 . .
i in: riiisr Bitot.
Wbnn llir c.Vi'iilu nf Hint ibtv nssmiiid
their scrlom iMpccl, the Hrltlsli sought to
prove inai uns uiim o.ui'i urea niii. .wi
onlv U this Immobable. but it Is ub'.unl
in itR'ii, nun coiura'iicieu oy ourie-iiHi.i-nv.
l'ltcalrn, when ho lode up
to tbcin. anil ordered t hem to 'lirrcllder
their arms and dl-m i 'e, knew they had
liotllred. lie was not the man to talk
utter ho.-tllc shot", ritcalru lias nan ine
fate which befalls many men who carry
not oid. rs that atterwaiil proves latallv
Ill-judged. When he ordered our men to
-nrrender their arnr- and dlpcrse,howas
executing the old. r; ol iim eonimauuer
lu-diiefaiid of hl kind. If Ilritaln was
In the r'mUt. l'llc iini Was III the l'lilht.
Twice they were ord'Tcd lo surrender
1 1 ..I r. iirm. iml t1Ulur.. mill tu l.M, tllPV
,... !... I"' .' .....
relu-ed lo obev. and Mood tin Ir ground.
Then came tin" fatal lire; and why not i
Hon. Gage had been authorized to tne lb.
troons for till v.:rv purpose, lie wa
1 iititliorWed to the tlimll the tieoph
,i,..,wnrv lo enforce the new laws with
,,iit wiiltbur for the civil niagl-trate. lie
I had rc-oived lodo ii, nan inai vouev
subilued the iv-Isttmee ol Miit!iclmett
1'ltc.iiiu would have been the hero ol the
drama. Was he to liie a inllllary mit.iv
behind 1 1 1 1 1 1 . and not attempt to dl.arni
and dWiand tlieiny li tin y refii.ed was
lie lo give it upy 1 have m-M-r llioiight
it ircneroiis to throw unotithelir.ive. roituh
.oldler. who It II while mounting the ram
parts ol Hunker Hill, the laull wbielt lay
on the King, the Parliament, the Minis
try nitd the C'onunaiider-Iu-l liief. I he
Ir'utli I-. the i-.ite was Inevitable. The
llr-t foice of that kind which the Kiug
troops lotuid in martial array was to be
dl.arined and ilNbauded : auil.il' they re
Itised lo olK-y. Ihey were to be tired upon.
Itoth side, knew till., and were prepared
for It. It I- Incoii'I-teiit hi us, ami an uu
wot thy icw of till. criK to treat It n. :i
wanton iitid rutbles. shughterol iinof
fending cltl.ens by an tinned force. It
tttkes irom the event Its dignity and hl.
torie slgnllleaiice. It.was no such acci
dental and pcrMiual matter. It was an
all'alr of Slate. It was the Inevitable col-li-lon
between organied forces reiiresent
hig two nntagouNtle systems, each ti de
facto body politic, claiming authority
and demanding obedience. If our cau-e
wa wrong, and resistance lo the laws
luiln-llllable. our nomilar intlllbi wns :in
unlawful band, and ought to surrender
Its arms and dl.pcr-e. If our cause was
ritdit. Cant. Parker", company was n
law-fill array, and their loaded nuns were
lawfully in their hands ; they had a light
to stand In their line, on their tralnlug-
tleld. bef.ire their homo, ai.d holdo their
church, ready to she.1 their blood In the
caiiie. They were determined neither to
attack nor to ily ; neither to surrender
llu Ir arms nor to lire llr.-t ; till In strict
obedience to the line of duly enjoined on
tliciu by the Continental (."'ongre-s ami
the Provincial Congre.., by the vote, of
the towns, and the eoiincfof their lead
ers. I he Mite was made up just then
nuil just there. If you moan to disarm
and subjugate Ihls people, you may Ile
um Here unit now. lit tins i-ue. in t lie
language of the ccniniou law, they put
thein-elves upon the country. The llrll-
lili iltil llu. III.-.. 'I'lu. Irl.,1 .il lli.il K.ii..
Iii the iirc-enee of the world, bciran with
the first volley on Lexington linen, and
lasted six year. The battle of the lllili
of April began on this spot, and ended at
Charleston Neck. Tnou-iirol fhii J.evo
J i it ion began on this common, and ended
with Ihe tmiTcndcriil 1 orkiowu.
Ooorgo William CurtU at Concord.
ti:vlr:ict )
I UK .MINI TK-.M.V.N.
Till. w.i. (he mluutc-mau ot the lb-vo
lution, the rural cillen tnilued in the
eomiiioii school, the church ami the town
meeting, who carried a bayonet that
thought, tind whoso ''tin. loaded with
a principle, brought down not tt man. but
systeni. II in wo LM-atelii lv recall to
day him, in you manly llguro wrought
hi tho metal which but fccblvtynlllc Ills
mcxoranio win, wo comma in in- immor
tal youth to therevereneeofourc i dix'ti.
And hero among these peaceful llel.ls;
nere in the country whose children r.t
gave their blood for American union mid
ludcjMMidcucc, and elghly-sl.x years later
gave It llrsttil-o for a truer 11111011 mid a
larger I Iberly; here In tho heart of .Mld-
ue-ex county. 01 i.exinnton. anil Con
cord and Hunker Hill, stand la-t. Sou of
Liberty ! a the inliiute-nian stood at the
old North Ilrldge. Hut should we or our
descendant., false to liberty, fal-e to jus
tice and humanity Itelrav lit anv way
their catt.e spring Into hYc u, ,-i Ifiuulted
years ago, lake one more step, ilc.ccud.
and lead in, as (iod led von. In savin"
America, lo save the Iiojo.. of man.
1:1:1 ito.srnci oka cxxiniv.
At the end of a cetiturv we can -ec the
woik nfihl. day as oiirlalher. could not ;
we can see that then the llnal movement
lie-ran of a proces. long audiineou-clou.-ly
preparing, which wa to cntruM liberty
tu new- l.irin. ami Institutions that v-ccnte'd
lull o happy promise to inanklnd. And
now-tor nearly a century what wa. tor
nierlj called tie- exp.-rlinent of a rcim
'eilbitlye ivputme ot luiiH-tltit exlent and
tiower has lrfen tried. Has itlulllllediho
lione. ol lu loiiudeis and the Ju-t exiH-e.
latlon. of mankind? b,,v.- already
glanced at Its early mid fortunate fundi
Hons, and we know huivvnstaiidsplcndld
wen-it, eai-Jv gruwih and ili-ieloiiment.
Our material statl-tles .0011 ila.Jed the
wotld. Liiioih- no longer .iteereil but
ga d in wonder, wailing and watchln"
Our population doubled eerv illtw"n
year, and our wealth even b-n year-.
Lu-ry Utile stroainaniong the hill-utriied
a mill, and lite great inland u., bound
by the g.-nlu- of Clinton to Hie ocean, be
e.utie the highway of boiuidle?. commerce,
the path of unprecedented empire. Our
larm. were the granaries ol oilier land..
Our cotton tli-lds made England rich,
btlll wc chased the whale in the Paclile
ocean and took llsli In the tumbling seas
ol Labrador. Wo hung our friendly
lights along thousands of miles of coast
to tempt the ti-jid,. ,f t-very clime, 11111I
whi.ivver.onth.-dlni 1I111 of the globe,
there was a harlior. It u-ns u-nit,. u tii.
Auiorlcan sails. .Mpanwhlle at homo the
political lnrehuillnir ..i- r.,.i-..ii.-...
.'If. ,1... . " l'IVI.HIBIU II4U
tribute to tin- paclile KiorIu!i ol-,10
llieoinamcnt oriivauty 1, minppt
J lie Government was felt to be but a
hand of protection and
messing; labor
M IUUV
::::,""tt.'.m worauo of tho lira r k-
urn nraMn-r 11, (. -u.i - ;
rni in.. , ., '.iiiiu.s, ii-auueu
vmli, m ,7. uoch'- Mountains, nml re
ei ? S , C.lumbi?;, ifdls-
m.:.t :..'""' ""no irom t
Irom the Xew.
U.e b,-ft bcmVc lof U
?r" '"'Jatuln of
nations,
Hag of th
V.VmilM2tnroiin(l t in wnni. iim i,
tlV. . ..'m?;'Uo"'' Pcmid prospentv
of 10 . lMU VIMo" am' "xulihig lalth
from, iCm "-0- "AlantlH has rUe
irom the oez-sii i .rtj.,1 i.-,i 1 f..'..:
rSf?"'fr,fnnUuiik''rnill. "If wo
j.vj.iuhi auvruim,Ki Ht4 ininovl'
n" niroLo'Vi " i0,',1 ' i",crlrl'o wn push!
I -f. M' l1.1' 'V'wmIw-i Kranplngand
I'liiiiiuvcii : can tu u'uci.nrai .
ble." Ho lar ns they could see, tliey
stood mnoiig tho unchanged coiiuiiions
of the earlyllepttbllc. And these condi
tion' nro familiar. The men who lbutu'cd
the Itcntibliuwero few In number planted
chlclly nlong 11 Lumper.Uu coast, lcnioto
irom 1110 worm, i ney were uomogciR-
oiu iicople. Increasing by their own iiiui-
Ipllcatlou. sneakliiL' the same latigitagc,
ot tho same general religious faith, cher-
ifiinig iiiu same nisioiic nun iiuoutiu
tradition. tinhcrally cluciUed, hardy,
tlirllly. with general euualliy of lortnne,
null long aim nueiiigcnc inwutc i
L'overnnient while the slavery that ex
iled ntiiuii'r llicm. inhuman in lt'ell. was
not serloiiiily delendcd, and was believed
to bedl-appeatilig.
i;ni,.m:oi:d ni.si'O.Niiui.iiit.
Utit within the lat half century causes.
then latent, or wholly Incalculable be-
lore. hao radloallv chatiL'cd lliosu condl
tlons, and we enter upon the .econd cen
tury ol the Uepubllo witit n-jpoii'lbilltiei
w hicli neither our lathers, nor tne men
of lllly years ago could poislbly loiv-ec
Tin:
lint the
: Pi AU hasp or si. kvr.nv.
ino-t formidable tiroblein lor
noimlar 'ovcrinnent which the opening
of our .second century presents, springs
Irom a .oiiicc. w hich was unsuspected a
hundred yi.in ago, and which theoralors
of lll'lv vi-ni-s sioci! forcboii! to liaiue.
Tills was the system of slave labor, which
van shed in ch it war. Hut slavery bad
not been the latal evil thai it was, if with
its abolition U coueiiueiices bad dlsais-
pearcl. it IioIiIj us still in mortmain
111 dead hand Is strong, us Its living pow
er was terrible. Ktiinuclpatlou has 1. 11
the ltepnblle exposed lo a new and c.itm
ordinary trial ol the miiiclnles and luae-
llce. ol free government. A clvllljitlon
rc-lliig upon slavery, as formerly In nan
01 uie country. However poii-iie.i ami or
nate. Is nece arilv arlMocratle :md ho-
tile to lb-publican euiialitv-. while the
exlgeiiele. of -ueh a society forbid
thai uuivcl'-ill ciliieatlon which
imb-peiiMiblc to wbe popular
"overiiiueiil. tMieli war elilaneipati
the -laves and mala- llietii . ipial elli.eiis,
tin- ignorance ami venality which am the
laltd legacies ol -lavery to the .object
el.i.s, whether white or black, and the
natural alienation of the ma-lcr class,
which tiluue has political knowledge ami
experience, with all the secivl .conspira
cies the rceklcs corruption, the political
knaveiy, springing naturally from such
a situation, and ending often in menacing
illsoider tual teems to invite (lie inuiiury
interference and supervision of tho gov
ernment nil Ibis accumulation ol dilll
culty and danger lays a st nilii along the
very liber of Ire.! luMlttillou.. J-or It
suggests llin twofold (jitc-llou whether
tin; vast addition of the Ignorance of the
emancipated vote to that id tin; immi
grant vole may not overwhelm the intel
ligent vote of the country, and whether
tho constant appeal to the cenlral hand ol
power, however ncces;iry It may m.'oiii,
and for whatever nvison of humanity ami
justice It may bo urged, must not neces
sarily destroy the local self-reliance which
wtis the very seed of tho American Re
public, and latally faiiiiliaricthccouulrv
wltb that employment of military power
which is incon. Lieut Willi free" institu
tions, anil bold resistance (o which litis
forever consecrated the spot on which we
s.taud.
' ' Kenienibcr, fellow-citlciL-,
that the ImpiiNc of Republican
government, given u century ago at the
old .Mirth lii-ld''.', lias shaken every erov-
crnmeut in tho wotld, but has been it. -elf
wholly unshaken by them. It has made
monarchy impossible hi Prance. It has
freed the Jtu-siau serfs. It lias united
(icrmany against ccde-IaMicd despotism.
11 mis iiuMieu lino inu nigni 01 tsp.un. It
has emanelnated Hal vand discrowned the
Pope as King. In Kngiand, repealing Urn
disabilities of Catholic, and Hebrew, It
tftNMnula U uanrnttim ill oltttrdi titt-l
state, nun step ny step traiislorni. inon
iirchy into nuother form ofrepublle. And
nere it 11011111 now I'loriouo 11.1 ntoi-vl 1
11 tremendous war between men of
tne same Wood men who recognize
and respect each other s valor we have
proved what was always doubted, the
prodigious power, endurance, and re
sources of u 1'e public, and In emancipa
ting mi eighth of the population we have
til last ''allied the lull opportunity ot the
Republican principle, hir. It Is tlie .igmil
felicity of this occasion that on the one
hundredth anniversary of (lie first battle
In the war of American Independence, I
may salute you who ltd to victory tho
eitlen soldiers of American liberty, as
the Urst elected President oftlie fixe Re
public of the Pulled States'. Fortunate
man ! to whom God has given the price
less boon of asj-oelatlug your name with
that triumph of Irccdoui which will pres
ently bind the Ftst and the West, the
Xortli and the South hi a clo-er and
more perfect union for the establl-htncnt
of Justice and the security of the blessings
ol liberty than thcsi; States ever have
known.
l-"cllow-cltl.on?, that union Is the loftv
task which this hallowed (lav and tin's
sacivd spot Impose 1111011 Us. And what
cloud ol doubt so dark bangs over us as
that which lowered above the colonies
when the troops of the King marched
Into the town, and (he men ol Middlesex
resolved lo pass the bridge ': With (heir
faith and their will we .shall win their
victory. Xo royal Governor, hidi-cd.
Its In von stntelv c-inilal. no bo. tile ili-.-r
for many a year lias vexed the water, of
our coasts, nor is any tinny but our own
ever likely to tread our soil. Xot -uch
are our enemies to-day. Thev do not
come proudly stepping 10 ihe (rum-beat,
witii iiayonei. lla.hing in the
morning un. Hut wherever nartv
plril shall .drain the ancient 'iiarnntics
ot Ireedoin. or blL'ulrv ami iL'noranci-
hall lav their fatal hamh lllwin eillicillnii
oriliearrogauieofcaMe Bhall strike at
eoual right.-, or corruption shall pol.-on
the very .111111". of national life, there.
liilnute-nieu oi liberty, an. your Lexing
ton. (Jrecn, am ( om-onl bridge ; mid tt.
you love your country and your kind, and
wott.d have your children rise upand call
on b!ess,., ,jvui- not the enemy ! Over
til'' hills, out of the, eiirtb. ilou u fVoin tin-
cloud-, pour In reslMle.-s inlidit. I'ln-
from every rock and tne, from door and
window, irom hearth.-tonoand chamber;
hang upon Ids Hank and rear from noon
1 , , 'rer 'm " 'hroiiudi a land bla.lng
wlih holy Indignation Htirl the hordes of
giiorancu 1 and corruption and Inju-tlce
back, back, in utter defeat and ruin.
To 'oiistim;iile
Tlieadvcrlljor, n retired pUytician, bav
ins providentially discovered, while a Med
led Missionary In Southern Asia, very
dlmplo egotabla remedy for tho npeedy end
permanent euro ol Consumption, Aulima,
Hcnu-liitls, Catarrh, and nil throat and lung
airoctimu, nisi n pnsltlvo mid radical tpc
clllc lor Nervous Debility, Premature Do
ray, and all Nervous Complaints, feels it lilt
duty to malio It known to bis niQVrlng Id
Ions. Actuatod by this inollvc, ho will
cheerfully send (Ireo of clmrgo) to all who
dcslro It, tho receipt for preparing, and lull
directions for Micceskfiillr utln, thti provj.
oeniui y iicmrcl remedy. 'I lioso who wlh
to avail lliomsclvos of tho briietlts ol tlil
.IHcovery without cott, can do no by return
mall, by adiirra-rliifj
Dk. Ciuiitr.s 1'. Maiibiui.1.,
..- 1 , u ci l Niagara htii-et.
)l K.l.itttTL.i. Oa, lit b,Z'.r. yJXyl
inomn 10 oa,i
nsi iirri.iii
l . - J J Ufl
lc. Co
1 ti in ,i hi
Jjaa.f. mwr
TUE.J)A1LY 13ULLETJN.
rpiir. Ill'Lbt TIN l lmwiwlittl every tnorniius
.1.
(cxvept MomUy) .. tlte liullctlii ilulliltiis, nir-
nrrWathinKtunHMuurmiil lwilnh slicvt.
Tux llci.tr.iiN i- scrvnl ti illy Hiibicrtlers by
faltliftil irrlein t Tvveiilyt'lve Ceali a Week,
l y,Ue weekly. llyMill, (In mlmnte), tloinr
nanatn; tlx inuullK- thr moutlis, l one
laiiatli, tl U,
THIS WEEKLY BULLETIN.
I'ubllhtl tvery IMirtdJJ- ruornliicut $1 45
licriunnmi, msaiUblr madsnairi-. lbciuitage
uu theWfeMy will be prruU ftt lids oCIce, so
tlintntltiscrlUri wlltvbuln ftrn ut tlptbui
rice of ttu) err.
ADVIHITISINO HATES,
II A I I. V
liaihiMi Cnl, .'r iiuuuni, W 10
(IlK-SU41V, otir il-tltlull, 1 01
line HU:m-, tvru In-i-rtluiis, I
iim- niuniv, 011c nitli, - i
One siiuiv, two m a in
Dm- U iv, llntv wti-k,. 4(0
Our n'iri', u'.iv lunula &
W K KU1',
line siiuii', one tiii-rrtlun, .-it ()
K:i.-li Milj'.i,(iit Iiisi-i Hull, .. M
JJ')ne hicli Is a sitiaic.
r3I'i) rvRiiliir'iHHi-illwrs veoflirii .-tliirla-
.lurciaciit", botli ns tu nitu ol cluirKi nml Hum-
lur of lbiliiyhnt tliclr t'.norf.
l-J-Netlii s in lts;nl rnliuiiii hiiurl.il for l'lf-
lien Cents per line for unc lncrlloii, Iwuily
Cral a line fur two i.-i-crtlons, Tvvnity-Klvc
t.VnH a line fur time inm-rtinnii, 'Ililriy-l'ivi-
Cints n lino for one vv irk, und PfVi'iity-l'lve
Cents u lint foronu moiilli,
CommunlcatlonH upon subjects of Ren
oral Interest to tho public solicited.
t3All lcttirti should beniMres'ed to
-JOHN II. OHKItLY,
I'lvlli'.cnt Cairo liullctlii Coineatiy.
Hew Advcrtliementi.
PRESENTATION
GOODS.
I'lnu r.tnevj n-.'.il Vnii'ili'iui
CHAINS, CLOCKS,
ENGAGEMENT RINGS,
K.ill.l Silver, line Silver IMnle. i:(c.
Ill illlriIIli'r titlr.tliti. r.. n It. tw.. !,.!
bejr I.avi- to ittntt! ttum.i have lHt-11 i-oiint-ctci't !
Willi the. K-w. Iiy tmilf In ( IiIi-hko over lllUi-n
..inn, nun Kim .ui-:r j nuucumonvs llldt l3ly
Compotitlon.
UOODS SENT BY EXI'nESS TO ANV
l'AHT OF THK COUNTRY.
S3Iinialry byiinnl iironiptlt nnmvirnl.
HAMILTON,
KOWE & CO.,
00 STATE STREET.
S.)iul:i-ji Cor Unriiinxion, CIUCAOO.
WANTED;' w
AiMn-ss nr Inoulie
CUICAQO PLATJ2 AND BAR MILL CO.
iu ucaroorn at. unicaKO, ill.
Newspaper Postage and Who
Pays it.
One of the mt 'l.lllcult l!ilnz i.i nrfrtfiln
Willi any ci tilnt, 1, liie circulation of u in-vvn-
Ii:ir. Ihe new -ui law, hunt-vrr, wlileli
i.iinrii inc iitpirnmi 01 all iii-ti .ipumti ftnt I
to MllifCritJcrA tlifviu-li thr inalU rinw.11,4 nil I
irouiiie vvun tnat branch or tne circilUtloii
'Ihe rullowlntf UMt, whii-h I1.-14 1 n olUckilly
tt nt to 'a,hin-t(n l ll;p l.hlm'n r.-lm i.li.r.
in Inn rrport of In-. .ifn- for IIib nmnlli of Jnnn
ury, liow (hat tl.-- l.vrxK-Oi.KA.v ikij- jnon
IKiKtaeon lu thriv kwn- Ii.illy, .Si-nii-VVn-kly
anil UVtljr ttirni all thr .Ullfca tMitjllshKl In
ineciiyciinninfu
I I'o-t-,
a.-e.
rnlillRutinn.
Total
f.our'l liail
Daily
H'ii-tl
11.7 in llj
H Il'i VI
l'ost.t Mall.
liaiir
Ut-ofely
Dully ..
ttrh IV hi i I
.m
71 V,
:-r 10
Ii
I linn
Ho
, lllSl I ID .li
HH, l.lT ft,
I VO' tl ifl
ifl
ro va in
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Vj TM 11
I7 18 .',1
Ml I.W21
tmi ino ia
7111 U-ii
f.l'lN liX 10
., 7.-.H I'l ii-
Jffll t, Hi
Trilnine . ..
Mr
Do
Do
Inttr-Oemn
Ho ..m-
I n
Ailvantr
Tri-Wky
WVfkly..
Daily
--rmi WL'
1,1 AO Jl
WVUIy...
.iioniHir .
l.vi r
ir." C'j
lis 1
'.'I J 17
Do ivvrvkly
S Y ( h.Vlv Monthly.
Do
Do
U'twkly..
'n' V'a rrr.r Wk I y
Wr.t'n ItllMli
wkiv..
Do..
Monthly
Tlii- total amount ly all jiarrn, linlli
tally anil w.kly, wi .,l7h J, f which
Jinount the IxiKH-OrtAM (aM I0 i'l-nrarlv
nne-ltnti of th whole. The total amount iwlil
ny tl'e Trluiinr, 1 Imi- .Journal anil I'mt, anil
.Hull, on all ihrlr 'Mltloin waa 7. r.l. 'Uie
Iniku-Omjiv until ' 1 tomorcthan all nniimi
conililnnl. thlcHCo lnter-Orn. t j).
A BOOK FORTHE MILLION:
j j Krr7, o lb flJ'lolotlM,
BJKiiil at rmiltilwi H
1. """wa tu .nail i.uu, wia tha
iun 4ii-star.fi la m k,ui cl r.wiJwOoD, cruinlu
llii 0 iniflnlio, 4,. '
la'i I, uu IturnUm otk cf lo kitlrrl ni ilir,
liei, tth Dumirom caarivtaii, aA fltibtiloi viluiblt
luii-raiuori tor itutito in ciirrlri crriou-uptninii.
iiMi, mil 11 it un ib. 1 ouiht t ko kii iitlcr look
M ij. 11 1 ail lefl cinlli.lr iluill ibi kou.i.
JmiiH' iwl"a.ai UilMal a r-rittl
.1.7. V" "'"" niliin-l Icai'a IlireoihoLt lb. nun
fiV.i0 rmlirl) til Titty Clou.
Cl iJu" ii' MifUttf, ..!(. lUblli I'mr,
Notice to tho Afflict?! ond Unlorlunita,
'paljlai In tat aaiorUui -uvti tial.irllula
1'l.l.lla iai-r,, tt b.lua 107 qoiei rimidifi, lmi lir.
t'a jour c.olliioa. ' "
I'l. llutti iku4ii a diubll bouu tf tvinlj-iiTin rum, 1
11 10 lerM by ioiui er ,b noil eiUbrouvt mi41f il i-iofoi.
Kri if loll couatry ill l:uioM, ao4 oin t-o ooaiulul .r.
MniUy or by mill,oa tbi 4Imi.ii iDmilrmed la bli i-ii.,
lal att iirlori, No. II Vwh H,tm iimi, Ul,
PRESCRIPTION FREE.
"IT'OIlllig Kpuily rule of bcinluul Wi-aknim,
j.- iMi .111111110011 anu nil mourn
.lUuidria liiouoht
uu I)
ImlUcittloui or excrea. Auy DrugKlit
tut iim liiimlluiu,
Dl' K 11.
VI OK A CO.,
1?I-UvMy.
lirllrtnll. ulilo,
I'llVNM'IAVH.
-t-
II.LIAM K. aatlTlt, M, D.
lindllLVCi; ,ii it TUlitii-lllli strnt, lie
'wi a Wii-lilnntoa hi iiiiic .nul Wiibiut ulitt't.
OrTH V.: Noitli sll- nf Llulilli lmt tc
Iwiiii t'oiaiiii-u-i.il ttiul Witil'liitui! uvrtitie.
o.
W. BUNNINO, M. D.
l(l:sjtii:,N('i;: (,im-r intli mid Wulaut
tttxsts.
OfKICi:. Come,- Mixtli stti I nml OliluU-vic
OKFICK llOIJItsj t'luniMu in, 1 j 111 , mid
1I11111 J tu H p in
W. 11I.AUW,
Qorrunu Physician.
omci:: nii'kr'il lllocV, (ii.-tfllr) , ronur
Clglitli ftU'itnnil W'lulihiKluii urtntiu.
i..wvi:its.
J OHN It. MUI.1CCY,
Atloi'tu'y al lanv.
1 AlllU. II.I.I.SI.I.
OI'H. K I.UI1II1 StiTt, U-HVe-n Colnmirr
1 ml mikI W .iihltiKloii uVl-iiih-,.
AWtTKL V. WltCEIiKl'.,
Attornry at I-tnt.
on H I.. Oliiu l.i-Mv, ovitr rmi fonintly
iH-eiiii-l t,j l lu. Nut i'uial Han).,
1 A I CO, ILLINOIS.
QIIEK-V 6: aiLDEnT,
.iHorut'.vs anil OjiiisoIoi'.n
al Iav.
oKi'iLi;
U-illlmii II
W'llllHIII II
Miles I11-I
Otllll 1.1'Vlf, IOOIIM
( ny Xulloiml IIjiiK,
unit tl
liUI'll,
.ill.. 1 r ,
i .;. 1 1
CAIliO ILLINOIS'.
fc.s.iei-inl nlirntioii
Stcinil-ont liaslm
;oiii t" Ailmlmlly it ti-1
si i't'i.v mii'or.
" VALENTIffE" IlESOH, "
Stcntnboat, Hotel nnd Fumily
SUPPLY DEPOT
AMI IlKM.V.IS IN
Groceries, Vegetables. Gnmc,
POULTRY,
Pish, EgH, Nortlioru Butter, &c.
Eighth 5trect,
Oolwcon WashinKton niitl
AvonuosJ'1
1,
Comrabrcbil
13-tii.iiU .1.1 i'ln! lr- i.l
lu.rai-.
itr.i. rsr.v i j: A(ii:xr.
JOHW Q. HARMAN &
CO.
Real Ej
;staio
COLLECTORS, j
CONVEYANCEllE, IJOTAIttKB fcUU
Land ARontn of tho Illinois Oentnil cr.il
DuilliiHton iuuI Qutcoy It. H.
Cuiuiiiniou.
North Cor, Hixth and Ohio Lovoo,
oAir.o. iLi.mois.
m. 4- novvii.y.
LYNCH & IIOWLEY,
I
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFJOG-At tho Couit Ilonuo
gm, SPRING!
eSUMMER!Hnest
I'rices to suit the Times.
YiTbolcsalo FJprurcs, but No Credit !
Mrs. C. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart & aholson'fl
EIGHTH STREET,
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND
WASHINGTON AVENUES.
HATS, llonncti,
MIL. VcIviih,
, riowir.-i,, I-ncc, milium,
KM (Hon, Hosiery, WnriUmW.
Al'ii th' "Iilli-' Di-pu iti-furm'
Ami all the nrvr nylof trimming Sim-, for
Mrltii7 ami Biunmir.
tO-'l"--"" CO0.I3 wilt hu mill nt v-i-ry low lla
inca. for OAMl ami CASH ONI.V. I-ll.j.itf
HOWE
THE WORLD RENOWNED
OltlGl.VAI, HOWK -
Sowing Machitio
Can lipsffii nt our oWce n Iiclow uni-cinul,
vvlitru will HlM-nyn Imi fouml a lull nna cotiiiilelo
Hock Also u nooil eupply of
Swing Silk, Spool Cotton and Ncjdlsr,
i:vry iwrooa vvlihtni; l luyu
Firflt-Olaod ScvinR Maohino
SlmuM not fall to rail und i-vainlne oiirmuctilnM
uml tertuo, lii-l'oropuichoolnifeleevTlici.'.
Wr lalm for IhN lnaclilne
tin nier lnrnlilllly, Nlmpllrllr, oin'l
I'.nny ofOiu-rnf Ion,
Ami liftterinlaptf'.l for nil xlivlauf work tlimi
uuy otlii-i- inuclilnu In tliu niurkcl, uii will
rtuaruntru t-ntlre autlefactloui aolil on
Monthly Paymonta if Dosircd.
TIIEHOWE MACHINE CO., N
Uornar ChIiIIuni'mI MViiii nml Nliilli St
i-.'l-tl. CAIltV, Jf.V.
imiKHJI.m.N.
MM IV
Wholonalo
AM)
PAINT AND
JOBBERS , V.xj
BTiY 'slit Wb,
PATENT IiTEDICIKES. TOILET AllTICLES,
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOODS, G'OLLIKR VH1TE LEAD,
WAX FLOWER MATL.1UAL, WINDOW GLABH,
BRUSHES, SOAPS, COLORS, OILS,
TUBE COLORS, DVJei STUFFS,
CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY,
VARNISHES, ETC., ETC
VTJK P'.llrlt virn-sim'l.-iire Hint rmi. r frotn
it in KoiMM 111 our unc .-11T1111 i,
tllleil Willi I liable lnijr ill nwnl,i,l,l-
WHOLESALE 1 RETAIL,
74 Ohio Lvo.
1 iBtm.
C6J.R0
Importor and
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Kocpa n full Rt ick ot
Monongahcla, Rye and Kobinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
IvKLIiV ISLAND .1X1) CMl'OHXI WINES.
WI. GLENN & SONS.
Hea-Qn arfcers for Groceries !
KMAIENSE STOCK! (riiE.tT VARIETVi! LOW PRICES!
COFFEE Rio, Lap;uayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR New Orleans, Hard and Soft Refined.
SYRTJP New Orleans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS
Assortment in ' the
Commission Merchants,
AND
ProvisionsIoiGraii, Seeds, DriedFruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
68, 70, and 72 Vino Street, CINCINNATI.
twi.C-lm
-PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Wo have reiilonislieil our Job Printing Ofiieo with
many fonts of now type and havo tu'ilors out for other
fonts of the latest popular stylos. p. nro detorminod
to establish the reputation of our olli w for first-class
work, and make our prices so low that the most enthu
siastic patrons of foreign eitios will bo compelled to ad
mit that wo do work at lower prices thar any othor of
tico in tho country. Mr. Oberly, admittod to bo ono of
tho best practical job printers West nnd South, has
assumed porsonal supervision of tho job printing de
partment, and will endeavor to give satisfaction to our
many patrons.
SUBSCRIBE
WBEKLYBULLBu,
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
and Hutull
OIL DEALERS'.
J-AfcAXI ERS OF
Dniffii t. rhveln r (.eiifral f-ton ID nun
rjul.'htioi. anil I 'nml I r .Mi.IIpIiik luniUl.eil or .
I RETAIL &. PRESCItTTIO 5
1 WauhiDfrtoa Av Cor. 8th St.
Wholesale Dealer in
West
DI.AI.I I!". IN
FOR THE

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