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KIT EA.
We Irarn from the Gray vlllo Indtutud-
tnl, that Mr. Charln W. Beck, late editor
of IheCarml Courier, died on the Cth Inst.,
at Hot Springs, Arkansas. The illwwe
that rriiilted In hU death was consump
tion. a nvnunr rtitKTii.
The gkrloui Fourth fulls on Sunday
ttli year, a fact that need not discourage
any patriot. He may get gloriously
drunk on Saturday, continue It religiously
on Butvlay, and patrlotlwll wind it up
ou Monday.
A CASB1BATC.
Mr. J. Ed. Clarke, editor of the Gray
vllle Mrptndmt, ti a candldati for Police
Magistrate of his village. In his an
nouncement be pledges himself to attend
to the duties ol the office promptly and
to the best of his abilities. Mr. Clarke
would make an excellent magistrate, and
we hope he may not fall of election.
Ll'ftl'ft X ATI'K.C.
Dr. Stoke, of Grayville. delighted Mr.
J. Ed. Clarke, editor of the fnJrprndett!,
by e aliibitlng to him a few days ago.
quite a curiosity a pig w ith six legs, the
two extra ones protruding from the low
er cflif of the vertebra, one turning up
over the back and the other under the
belly. Mr. Clarke will use thl pig as the
nesteggofa museum of curlo.ltle. and
in time perambulate the country as a ri
val of Barntim.
THE TAEKWLLX Kr.lH-I.ll'.iN.
The office of the Tazewell County Jit
publiean, I.usk & done, publishers, was
totally 'destroyed by fire last Sunday
night; but the misfortune will not de
prive the readers of that very excellent
paper of a slugle number. The energetic
proprietors announce that their paicr will
be Issued as usual, and that they will put
into their office a .steam iocrircss, n itli
engine, job presses, And all the late and
best styles ot type. While we ym
pathizc with the losses of I.u'k & Jones,
we congratulate them In their energy and
pluck. "Never say die."
rorat at a hiktr.
The Mount Carmcl Democrat teriori'ly
declares that the wife ol Silas Audrus
living about four miles north of .that
Jort gave birth on Sunday night, 2nd
Inst., to four living children, two of each
sex. Ivreoof them lived hut n few
hours, and r, fourt, urvivel but a dav
or two. Ifthei,omias truthful, and
we have no reason to tx.iieyc (hat It i
not, this is the second ii-tanou of this
kind that has occurml in Wn'i..u county.
The other took place in 1S, llti thn-o
VMK 9irn If llrirrhii.. ,... " "
.?tilec Vaba.h county
-iotners, he might reluce hU harem, and
yet populate his territory ro It. ntmt
capacity In a few year.
Mfr THAT yiAX, BIT ASritTlIEU
I HAS.
The Stale Journal says Judge DoollMle
U a member of the Chicago Citizens As
sociation, and another paper -ays he lias
been recommending that billot-box snif
fers be made to ornament lamp posts.
OJr Information is that the member of
the Citizens' Asoc:ation who has Lately
been Indulging In advice to the public U
a son of .fudge DooIIttle. The judge, al
though he practices In the Chicago
courts, is a citizen of Wisconsin, and lives
at Racine. He does not take part in the
municipal struggles of the Chlcagoans.
James K. Doolitlle, Jr., a very energetic
and altogether lively gentleman, doe
take an interest in Chicago HfXiirs. and
he Is the DooIIttle who Intimated lamp
post to the ballot-box stufl-r, of that
city.
rATKXTM
Llitof patents granted to Illinois Inven
tors by the United States patent office,
and furnished the Bclletin bv II. II.
Candee, Solicitor of Patent, Cairo, Illi
nois :
Artificial Marble, and Proce. of
Moulding the Same, Win. Unmet, Chi
cago ; Car Starters, Dexter D. Har.lv,
Delavan ; Floor Shields for Stoves, J. A.
Hunter, Teorla ; Hose Clamps or Patches,
O. S. Knapp, Chicago ; Insulating-blocks
for Telegraph Lines, Geo. S. I'idgeon,
Mound.Clty ; Collecting Gold, ?ilver, etc.,
from their Ores, Matthew Latllu, Chicago;
Corn Uan esters, Wm. T. Orr, Kcwane ;
Railway Rail supports, Saint. I Porter
& Dnane Peck, Rochclle ; Cheek Rowers,
V. Home, Atlanta; Mainspring for
wstches, G. Hunter, Elgin; Machines
tor nuking. barrels, Jacob Martin, Cairo;
Car Couplings, K. A. McKanna, Ellison ;
Agricultural Boiler , Y. K. Mitthel, EI
I aso;SUm.wlndlng Watches, C.S.Moso-
eyiEil1?: E'ftrs,Moreaii Phillip,
Bpringrteld; Wludow Awning., Alphou
to V. Rc-dgr-ve U,Uag0 ; Picture
MounU, Johu A, Van Ur,. Veoti. .
Key Checks James J. IMtarryYlleTo
iirsruKes,Joun Jtynenrnm,
r arm-
mgion. .
KAMI A!f B HIS) JSJTTIi:
Capt.Eads.the greatbrldge builder and
jettyman, Is now the sensation at Sew
Orleans. He arrived at that city last
iueioay, buu was cordially received.
His purposoln visiting the Crwccnt city
t this time Is to institute preliminary
ItntfMllrt... ... l.l. . it
-r"uvui wiui txKrruvr. io Ills Jetty fcll-
Tnsejttuie iiioutb of the Ml,lslppl
IS1 m . .
sue .-sew urieain
who have suflered w
people,
much
ttmt. TVy wl,h the Impediment to nav.
r.u Teu humous delay, and
nave evidently wlueated
ici,.u.vetuatcapt. Ead, I
7 V 'TTI u T"1 't at onw
totfcetwteklingof, ,,.h0
r r R MnnuM nov uc cxneotwj
mw, an mrmy m epeswives t)
taatftMtfttworkat the IW.k, ..i..
ifasd," my the Tinut, "the heavlettpart
fUui Ubor, which consists In gathering
i and transporting Immense quantities of
inateml, M to Ihi ilono at either point.'
'I ho Tim'a iirocmu : " Then; arr- no
arlcntittc orenKliiPerliijr niyderli-i nlwiit
tu constructing of Jettli'' mi ims eon-
trnry, It Un very plain ami Minple me
chanical ipratlon. The illflcreneci ol
onlnlonnro In rvz.inlto tln'lri'llectand tho
laws which govern the iliscli.-xnjp of ll-
ment-bcarlng rivers directly into the ea.
ltv common content, tin-re is a pau! In
the argument white this experiment gos
ou. if it Micceeus, mere win ic an end
of the bar and the discussion to the very
great satisfaction of everybody. If it fills,
we shall then have no opposition to the
acliinv first favored by our people
JCTTILD RIVKRH IX Kt'KOPi:.
The following fact In relation to the
Jcttied rivers ot Kuro'w, we obtain from
a late tuuntwr ot the ew Orleans Twits
In view of the fict that ('apt. Had U
about to begin the work of putting in Jet
ties at the mouth of the MUsMppi. they
will be read with lntcret.
There are omo nineteen or twenty riv
er in EuroiKf that have been Improved at
the mouth by uian of what are popu
larly railed Jetties, but which might be
more accurately designated a parallel
dike, since In mo?t instances the work
stopln'ldeoi the bar they are Intended
to remove and do not Jer Into the river
nt all. In every Inrau the ob:rue ttor
to be removed I a bar formed by the prv-
clpitation of the sediment brought lomi
bv the river
W ith onr or two excei-
tlon. thee work are all of very tveent
dite, some of them not y: wholly com
pleted, and most of them unheard of by
tlie general reader, and perhap by many
engim-ers who do not read the lauiiasre
In which the original aud only report
are made.
From photographs of the map accom
panying the official reports of the work,
which we have been pcruittUsl to t-x-ainine,
we have .'leatieij y'jme informa
tion of general interest. The mouth of
the Danube l thebe.-t known in-tanec of
the application of Jettic to the removal
of .'edinieiit bar-. The Dmtile esirrie.:i
great volume of water, hviivlly rlurgvd
with svdhneiiLary matter, Into the IILiek
ikn. In coii'ifiuene", It has lbrmel a
large dtlLa, through which it discharge
Its water by three channeN. The oii
foniiation at the.-e mouths i strikingly
similar to that of the Ml-si-sippi outlet.
The po-iliou U the ;uiio, with reference
to the points of tho couini-s. Xorth or
Kelid pass of the Danube dl'eharges
about sixty per cent of the water of that
river, Pass-a-rontre discharges about
llfty-elght per cent of the water of our
rivir ; the .Suliiia, or middle pas- of the.
Danube, ditcharges oiie-lhlrteeiith of the
whole volume. South Pas one-twelfth ; I
the St. George pa, corresponding to
the S)uthwet Pa, discharges the
same proportionate amount us
the latter, viz, about thirtv
percent. The Sulina pas- svas electcd
t-caim- it whs the chraet tliouah It
kj ...... v.. ... .ilmicuuatc Cliiin-
nei, Having only ten or twelve fict In-ldc
the bar and up to ('alatz and bwviuse
tie primary object v.-ems to have lx.-en to
secure a iwrt on the- UUck fea rather
tlwnadctp chaiinej up the Danul. In
IC?, when work was begun, the water
ou the bar at the mouth of .Sulliia Pa-s
was oigfit and one-half to nine f-t; In
in.l f.n.. i...ir r t
17S it svas twenty-one am
The work 1- considered
tati-Octorv. be-1
' ' ,
Come icir ilio
cause large vessels now eome over the
bar Into the harbor, but un-atl-factorr
because they cannot pas on up the river.
a they might have done had one of the
larger pi-.e U-cn Improved. This ol-
jection, however, could not applv at
South Pa-s, becau. si-h-I- onceover the
bar will find abundance of water thence
to New Orleam. The lime required to
form a new bar on" the Sulina. and itf po
sition and the manner in which It will b
effected by the je'.tles remain to ! d
montrate(.
The river Dvina, in Ru.i, wblrh
empties into the Gull of Riga, ha Jetties,
constructed a great many years ago, the
works u-lng the oldest of any imiortatiee
in r.uroi-e. I he original depth ou the
bar at the mouth was six feet. This was
Increased by the old works to fifteen feet,
and has Ince been still further Increased
by prolongation of the dikes to eighteen
teet.
The I.lban, a .mall river in Russia,
which empties Into the Ualtlc, had a
depth of six lett on its bar, whieh ha
been Increased by dikes to -ixtc.-n f..-.t.
ThcNiemen, in Prussia, ilowlng Into
me uaiuc, nadanonxlnal denth on ilk-
bar or ten fe..-t. The prcs.;nt depth Is
twenty-three teet, attribute!, of course.
to tlie Jetties at its mouth. The uli-
ment of the Nleineu U caught In a gnat
Hall' or lake a few mll above it- mouth.
consequently the water- enter the Raltlc
jv-rfeetly clear.
The Persante and the Wimxr are
two small, sedlment-bcame' rivers. 4li-
charg'mg directly into the llaltlc. Thev
haveWn Jet tied fpilte recently. The
original depth at the mouth of each wa
about four feet ; tlie ire.-ent jlenth of the
Per-autel-ilfteen f.rf.of the Wlr,i-.r.
thirteen feet.
The river Warne, on which the tort ol
Roitock 1 situated, aud which dbcliargei
Into the Ualtlc, had nn original depth of
MX feet. ThN lia Kn Inereaseil to thlr.
teen feel bv the action of the current con-
niiwi between parallel dikes.
ThcMla and the ItTrntw
rivers in Swulcn, which discharge Into
t he Cattegal, had orii,jy onh.,Ux. anu
six feet at Jhclr outlets, svhldk ha l n
increased by the sameagenev to tei, and
twelve leet.
Tlie lthonet lu France, has Its navlga.
oie. outlet through an artillclal cliannd
c.Mcmung to tlie uuirof Foz, and this Is
a sueecsHjl hlp canal tsvo and aharfinlles
i.s, ssiunwemy icct or water, which
Cost
..,wf,.jw iranc aii'l seven year,
labor.
Tho river I'eniaii, flowing Into the
S-ui oi jiiga, was scourel out bv jciic.
Irom six to twelve feit.
ni t.. ....
nvtr jiaas in Holland, on which
tue porioruotterdam Is situated, had,
anciently, a ship canal extending from
"'"J ouo.onniH'a. This proved
imultpwtc to the demands of commerce,
Un J tho main channel of thn ilrcr srai
iiammi up ami a now out cm arrow tne
"HOOK (11 IIOUUIHI," tKMIUi11IIUO lltf
s.m Ixtwwi great jetths. Lira- O.lps
now tall through the new channel though j
..a. 4tl-.ll ... ata ft f . a a
the work are not yit entirely complvie.1.
Till awins to b n combination of tho .
canal ami Jetty theories i
lin oar in me .iira. a iaau merun
Sweden, emptying Into the C attegat, wa
cut out by jetty wor. aud the depth of
water lnm-.i.tl from sK fret to nine
feet.
The Stolpe in L'rusla. the Wlndova In
lttil.i, and the Grenaa, In Denmark,
were treated in the same manner, luerea
lug the depth of water from fonrand five
feet to thlrtt-eu and fourUvn fitl.
The Trave. a Baltic river, on whleh thr
port of I.ubee, In Mecklenburi;, i itn-
atetl, was deepened by the ame menu
from evon feet to tighteen ftet.
The Oder, a I'onirranbti river, di
eharghig Into the IMltic. wa jvltlttl In
1J5, anil it b-xr cut down from -even
teet to twenty-thrtv or twenty-four ft.
Tlie Mrdlment of tle i.-er U u?ht in a
llatf, and a it water pai ito the
llaltk elrtr. no new Mr will c w W
fonnril iimier -ueh OMiditkoi.
The ltnla. In rn4a. has h-sd a k-mark-able
hi-tory. The origintl Wpth
on its bir wa erwi ie L Thl wa la-cr-asit
by.lettfe to tin fert. Tle risvr
then 'coke throurh it let! binV. ami
formal a new literal outlet. Tlf cM
: mm:h wa "lamtntsl np anj th new one
jtttsl. Tlw rirer tlsea broke ihrvvngh
to the a again, still farther r;p. Ilii
Ls-t nvnuth wa lift opf-ti. ami lb- c
ond one is usl a a canal. The va
ter In It Is kept at nineteen fivt by drvh;
ing. . -
The Prvtrrd. in Pnis-la. on nhSeh
the tort, of Pilau ami Kuemsr
btirg are sttuateO. lia- latelv Us?n I
jettkil at it- mouth. iiicren-Iiir tlie
depth ot water from twctc t--t to twen
ty fevt.
We have no data concerning the eo-t
of all these work', but the total tmt-t
have l-eeii enonnoii-. In reviewing the
subject, one cannot fall to le impressed
with the patient, ldKrlou and skillful
trentinent of ris er w hich w ould seem to
u- utterly in-lgullie-iiit. 1'he value of
one or two feet additional ot water i
Keenly appreei.it' d In Europe. If "inch
great amounts of money and labor are
willingly expended ou Tittle stream, nav
igable jicrltaps not mure than a -core ot
mile-, what could not thL- country nflbnl (
to do to secure a d-p aud -ure outlet
from this great kind-lockct'
ai the Misllpp river.
.ui,ki"Hii i
iiAHi'Dns magajeim: rtiu jim:
1M7.V
With the June Number. HairsSi .!?.,. t
aiun couimenee.. It- Flltv-llr-t olume.
A more beautiful Number, or one distin
guished by greater variety of interesting
matter, has never Ikcii i?ued. It con
tains eighty sut,.crb engraving-, eight out
of the eighteen article King lUu-trated.
ine.Miintxr ore.us with an exceed -
Ingly interesting de-criptiou of the Chan -
nei i-iamis, accoii'panle.l ly ninercen
magrdilcent lllu-tration;.
A a ill -o.uel to the brilliant article In
the April Number ou the Concord Fight,
j we have hi this Number an article on I
w( ii iiwm mi., luiisintieu, ;
i Pr,rj!, t,f Kuierson, Hawthorne,
1 TV. "''"' --'--J. -'s
Loui'a Alcott, Trauk II. S-tiMrn, pic-
I . . . ' . . j n.
,uii-s ui me .oucuni i.iorarv, aim tat'
'X'
qulslte view of Waldvn 1'ontl and on the i
Aabct. i
Jauies I'artou' -Caricatures In the
Jiogarttuan l'cnod" gives a drauutle ac
count of the great financial delusion of
about 1720, In France and England ; and
devotes considerable space to IlogarthV
pictures. The article is profuselr Illu
tratwl. A vers- entertaining and beautifully il.
histratcd jwper by Charles Nordhofl"
treats oftheCaie Cod pcsDple and their
ways, with characteristic "liniues ot
Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard.
l'ogfesior Itau's third paper on the
Stone Age in Europe treats ol the Trog-
louytec the lweIJer In the rock-cavei
oftheVezere valhy and shows their
manner of life. The Illustrations repre
sent the Implements ol tliat strange peo
ple, their personal decorations, and their
remarkable delineations of animal- on
horn and ivory,
,n amusing illustrated paiKr, tntitlel
"A Wedding March, with Variations."
describes omenovtl marriage rereinonies !
at a clergyman house.
T, II Aldrlch contribute- a cliarmlni.'
loemtMIn ail Atelier," lllustratH bv jwl.
Kytlnge. The ame artl-t illustrates Mr. I
Ktngster s joem, "Krie's Kiin.Tal" a !
story of the"time, and full of tender feel-
ing. Other poems are contrihuK-d bv a.
F Will WalLvx- Ilarnev. anil .Tnl 1st M.
ltuniett.
Tlie development ol our mineral r
sourcct Is very eomjirehenslvely treated
byT.ftterry Hunt, Ulng the eighth pa
lr or the First Century Series.
A new serial udc a dome.stlc storv of
New England life by Julian Hawthorne,
1 commenced in thli number; and Miss
Thackeray'e novel, "Miss Angel," I- con
tinued. Two short stories areeontributtsl,
"I'aul EvclethV Portrait," by Helen W.
I'lcrson, and 'Knrrauelilseinent," by I).
H. C'a'tleton.
John Blgilow commences a verv nota-
able R-nis of Haytlau Proverbs.
Itcadvra Interested in natural his
tory will be delighted with Mary Trent's
brief pair on the archlKetual habits of
birds.
The Kly C7ih dlsCIIe some ques
llousof etiquette III public places; Addi
son nnd"old.faj,hlonl books ; party nick
names; and the National Academv exhi
bltlon. The .SVimfyie Heeont pn,'enta an
admirable summary or recent nclentitle
progress ; and the other editorial depart
ments are up to thlr usiud standard r
excellence.
Harper's Magazine coiiL-dn from fifty
to one hundred ir cent, more matter
than any other monthly periodical ; and
Its circulation Is larger than the combined
circulation of all other magazines of its
chn in this cotiutrv
i
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tdtxliv WfrUjr. Ilj- ill) (IU Jllir), Sill prt
uiaumi tlx monttit, V, ttm oionlin, (j; out
mioth. 1 a.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
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Coumunicatloca upon aubjcU of icen
rl ictrt to the public itolleJted.
JOHN It. 01IKUI.V,
t'.Mtut t4iir IlrJUtla Coiaiuny.
I'll TKK'f ANN.
ni."AM R. SMITH. SJ. D.
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Attorney at Law.
t.UKO. tl.UNOIS.
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cla! aud Wa-HLtoo attoiet.
'AJCUEI. p. WHXELEH,
Attorney at Uw.
OI l'ICK. Otl-j Ir, ortr tvrtu frrurlr
ovj.lJ by Kir.t .Nauosal JUnk ,
t.MUO. II.I.I.S'UJS.
Q.ILEEN OILBEP.T,
Attorneyss and C'ounwelorM
at Iutr.
OrnCK Ohio Irw, fxix 7 ail s
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NOTICES OI' THE Hill.
The Weekly I. Ibe sble.t ami mo.j po-.
mul iliu.trateil ptrinJicil pullithwl c
iui eountrj-. it eUltorta:. are acholarlr
its liiu-traUoni of current eutts are full
ari'J Irtsfi, atd are prepared bj-1 ,r be.tde
V.5DV. . s''iltt circulation oi lVVs. the
etVIr 1 rtaj at leait br lislf a million
ptrwt., and it Infiuenc sj sn ciean of
opinion l simply trtmtndoua. Tbt WseV:
ly malnUlos & polilre position, anl tx.
I're Uwl.lt.1 views on MUtlcal ami
dal proMtw..lxiuI.sIlh Courler-Joirnal.
IU attltle are models of nlgb-tontd d
cun.lon, arid its pictorial Illustration arc
oiunwrroborithe arjfumenti of no -maM
wrcr.-, i . Kxarulner and Chronicle.
. p.psptr' upon existent questions sd it.
lulmluble tir.ootn htlji to mould the nr..
rocrclal "' C0Un,rJ' I'lttdmrg Cora.
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Tostai-e free to subcrtbrr. In the United
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J. T1' Wjor. iwo o' llarper'a Terlodl
f to ?" I'1" 'or one year, 17 Wj
.potage free. ' ' '
nAl,alri,W ot'he i,.zine, WeeVly,
uurm l'e. KWU" (or every
n. ,5.?.vt' ,ul""'""-r t ii 00 each, In
ithoui extra copy; p0-ta fret..
Hack number, can be mipn'led at ny time,
in -u ,, 1n.lis jolumea ot tlarper-s Weekly,
la e .cloth binding, svlll be neat bjr ex.
prvn, irm ot ej)enc. for $7 00 eaeb. A
nt'1. iHl voa.PrMng eighteen volumes,
sent on receipt of cali at the rstc of3 ii
purchaiUcnC' ,tt,sUl at xu' tfXP,,'e 01 tbe
..,r-s'w'PIfr are not to espy this ad-
iu2J..VlitJ wf'uut tbe express orders of
Harper fc Brother.
Adiresa 1UBPKK ft BUOTHEBB. N. Y.
1
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MRS. Sri.l. z .':- .tj I
. ..,,,tnnF(1,lpfV fri4
THE DAILY BtTXETIN.
NJtW ADVERTUEMKsTtl.
HARDWARE
TINWARE
Refrigerators, Water fJoolers, loo
Cream Freezers. Window Screen
Wire Cloth, Bird Cages, Moss Bas
kets, Toilet Sets, Fishing Tackle,
Lamps, Oil, Chimneys. Also Mo
lino Flows and a general stock of
Garden Implements.
In vunrU.vi llhllie almte I livp flrtt.
tU'i PinMiiUli Mi l ra (in-iuitnt to d )l kln.tt
of Job Work ou short nntlre
I omtaiilly u tiii't latifc rit) vl
Cooking Stoves, Tlnwaro, Build
ers' Hardware,
Wholesale and Retail.
Sulr jrtit fuf Itu- (tVtiMI"l
c
HARTER OA
K
STOVES.
t J-lll tJ I mir.t tvfote turLS"trf, t
rill bpC Ut ULJsr-ohl
ll corner I Jib nnd I om. As., t AIRII.
C. W. HENDEE50.H.
itsi-M'-llr
POND'S
EXTRACT
Tho People's Remedy.
The Universal Pain Extractor.
Not:
Aik for Pond's Extract.
Take no otiir.
"Ilrr f-r I will wV v( rllr.jl tlil- "
FOR
Injuries to Man or llr.is,
j f Itnil-ej.
'Mtraltta. s..in,n. fV.ufn.
! -Ion,. Iti.liirutiiin..
I'rMcturr. ( ul, lccrx-
tlof Inel.l W nun Is
HscllliiK.llutn',"a!M-
."Unbiira,.
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U,Siliiillni(il Itlooilnirl
I, Uoiri Illehar.-
I'llc-. Itltoln.ir fltsi. ,
IHeeillliK l.ttiiBo.
111 n.l files llnlallit.ls . I
iiuuiin rust. ,
nL.i, Swsllfl lore I
RIiciiiiihIIsiii. litKiiim- I
llei-Nrclllni;cruliaes, 1
tllirncss ut -orinr-s, I
, I.ural .tt. Imiw Hick
ore 'luroiil ..r Qnltir)-. (
lndaiutsl ronslls. (
Itlplhcrin. Bronrlil- ,
,' SI. AMhitm. 1
More or Inrlatrifl Kits nr i
Kyi-tits
fxlnrrli. Lrunorrhi, '
lIzritia, l7;enlsry
sorr .Mli)lr, lulluu"!
Ilrui-t
S'Hlnlnl or l l'rulit-i .
EXTKACT
PEOPLE'S
i Jioniruin
Milk S.ir. Osaritu 1)1..
sin; ami Tiirfi..r
Khliiry v,ninlnlm.
REMEDY L.,in"H ftlranziiry
ttona ut Infant, or
I oh .Vlulu
. Hrler S elrm. En-
EXTERNA! Utv-I r lulUrbrl rln-
,, n.tl I Ictntloi.,
" Hulls. Ci1iiik:I. -u-
srsvrsriTSTa t a sr ''"""i '"( S'utlliDzs
IN XtttLaALi "ri.s ami ltiun-u.. I hut
'l or "i.tr !-!.
TTdTs 'tilliius.llnifv.or.S'l
USL. -lie (.alls
IYIuii or Whillow, Krot-
-1 l.iiulj r t'art
Sf iisi, Kites, lu.rct
Mlnir. Llu)'t. llarels
Fuxu si ex raicr i, tt .u,y n riri-
.l lnuu-ll.nJ recoruiuenilnlliy
all UrarniaU, i'bfslriaiH, met escr
body wr.olnis t isr ueJit.
Siuplilet conufr.lr.? Ill-ton-an! I'u-. null
"I llnr nn tleallun, if uf,i fjunilal vour
InJjtjI.i'.
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
m York mid l.uuiluu.
ll'-HJ-lIj".
SPRING!
SUMMER!
Prices to suit the Times.
"Wholesale) Figures, but No Credit !
Mrs. C. McLEAN,
Noxt Door to Stuart tc Oholson'H
EIGHTH STREET, I
JJKTWEEN COMMERCIAL AWD
WAUIZINOTON AVENUES.
U'i Bobiiih, KIoer., fjc, Hlbbo
hidClotra, lloii-ry, WorttHts.
Also the "U tln' I)r lieronn'
COH8ET.
Anil all tbr ntw l)ltii,r Irininmijf Mil-, (r
lilnaod fMimrntr.
KPjbtrx gwxU will l,liial irry lou-rl-nrca.
for CAnlt and CAslt n.VI.V l-ll-juu
DA20-X LAMPERT,
Fashionable Barber
north nint: of eighth strkf.t
Batwn Waahlngton and Commercial
Arenuea.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
IHnlt-r in
r.TJcBDe2f
All kinds bant nn) sofl.)
FLooaiNo, sromo, lath, &c.
Mill ausd Ttii,
Corner Thirty-fourth Street nnrt
Ohio Iiovoo.
mm
nncrioisvrs.
BARCLAY
Wholetftlo
DRUGGISTS
AND
PAINT AND
! JOBBERS AND
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HflPr$Ki!Hui . W
K!?"v l V
yj
PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES,
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOODS, COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, TNDOW GLASS,
BRUSHES, SOAPS, COLORS, OILS,
TUBE COLORS, IJYIS 81UFFS.
CHEMICALS. PERFUMERY,
VARNISHES, ETC., ETJ.
T7"K llrif rr.ns-l-iivJixee an I nnltr, f-mn Di-"S'l(-. l'liy-.lcln arel i-nerl Sliur In w
nf k'l in cur litis slmm'Mil, I'lar.ia'.iii. mm! I unjUj jlutiriiic ti-n lurulH'l oi .
Illlisl with nlUblo UniKs at n-.-unal-le mtr .
I
.r i tvKni.r.KAT.r. rp.taii.
74 Ohio Lve.
WM. g);enn & SONS.
r
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
IMMENSE STOCK ! MEAT VARIETY,! LOW PRICES!
COFFEE Ric, Lacuavra. Java. Mocha.
SUGAR New Orleans, Hard and Soft Refined.
SYRUP New Orleans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS
Finest Assortment in the West
AI.iO
Commission Merchants,
AND UMI.WIH IN
Provisions,Flom6raii, Seeds, DriedFtuit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
68, 70, and 72 Vine Street, CINCINNATI.
s,-e-lni
F. M. STOGI-FLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
FOHJDIGN JJSTJZ DOMESTIC
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Kcepa a full stock of
XSLoxxtruLOls. Boui'bon,
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN.
RHINE,
KELLY ISLAXll AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
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V waSB5Wi"iis9 1
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F
BROS
sind Retail
-
OIL DEALER?.
RETAILERS OF
j: - Jd - 9i
C A.IB.0 I RETAIL Sc. PRESCRf iTIO.-
u " i WanhlDBton Av.,Cor.SthSt.

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