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4la'latir Every Pnr.
JOKMK. OBBKLT, Editor.
, 'i'lic health ol Sire Lincoln is pro
nounced M tnnrli Improved, and .ho will
shortly Icaro Ihc Uellcvlcw Asylum for
n rl.lt to licr lfor, .Mr?. KiI.vanH, nt
Fprlngfleld. An Aociated l'rc ll
patch mj'4 "it H not likely sdie will re
turn to Hcllevlew Place, n there h sonic
feeling evinced In the manner of licr in
carceration by friends, who refuse to be
lieve her Insane. A lending lady lawyer
of Chicago has been with her much of
late, and with the assistance of her legal
hncband, will assist In Mrs. Lincoln's
restoration to the world. She Is decid
edly better; sleeps and eats well, nnd
shows no tendency to aiiy nianija but
whether the cure Is permanent or not,
tho test or active life, nnd time will
OV. AI.I.KM ItKNIEM.
"Uncle William" denies emphatically
the story that he Is ubont to retire from
the Democratic ticket In Ohio on account
of physical infirmities. In a speech a few
days ago, the old gentleman told Ids
hearers that lie had never In his life been
seriously sick ; that ho had never from ne
cessity geut tlnco days upon a bed ; Hint
nc then stood before them with llvu per
feet senses and with a vital oriraiilailoii
which promised to lilm as much llfu as
any mini had a right to expect who had
lived to his age without experiencing In
any particular the Impairment of his vl
. i i .1 .. . .
lai organs, iinu iiuaiiy niai nc "never
had and never would withdraw from
conflict in which the liberties of his coun
try were Involved.'' Thus William Al
. i.... t .
icu, aim uiih jeiiMicrais aro once more
CAPT. IIAMIJI.ETOX OX I'OTIXIt
Lnpiain liamoietou monopolized the
editorial page of the Mound City Journal
or last Saturday, and gave to tho subtcrib
crof that paper some very sjilev read
ing. In a letter to Cant. Potter, Capt
iiatnuicton gives u full history of the
monument contract, digressing occasion
ally in a way peculiarly llaiublctonlan;
Capt. Potter Interpolates Capt. Ramble
ton's letter with e.xplanltory notes and
pertinent observations, and the re.-ult Is
four columns of about as inter
esting matter as the Journal
compositors have put up for some time.
Capt. llambklou proves conclusively
that he was neither a knave nor a fool
in the matter of the monument, as he lias
nevfr been suspected of being a knave or
a tool in anything else, aud nlso that
Capt. Potter put his foot Into it yerv
deeply, when for the sake of "making
political capital" he accused the two I!e
rubllcan commls-loners of being fraudu
lent tricksters and Capt. Hainbleton of
being Uitlr tool.
BOSTON'H XT.W PAHTV.
A National Union party was organ
izeu in lioston on last Saturdav. A state
central committee was formed and a plat
form and resolutions adopted. No prom
inent men of either iarty took part in
the proceedings. The resolutions' pro
nounce the L'cpiiWIcan and Democratic
parties dangerous, partisan organiza
tions, and call for a new party ol peace,
etc. They further condemn the enor
mous frauds on the Government, dis
honest public official, great monopo
lies, and sudden JnJatoii or contraction
of currcuty dec.ired dangerous, and thu
only way to specie resumption lsto nurttu
the promise of the nation as valuable as
private notes ; no encouragement should
be given to sectional enmity. Gen.
Bank; wis not present, but In n letter
aJd he was not a candidate for Presi
dent, and did not desire his name to
"and in the way of Governmental re.
form, wlich four-finhs of the people del
The country is overrun with tramps.
Eattand Vc,t, North and South, the
tramp, are marching. Newspapers, great
and small, are writing on thu tramp
question. The tramps infest the city
meets and the country lanes; their name
is legion and they arc us different In all
tlic attributes that go to make up the
SWMAcr.no as the flowers ol thu field nro
unlike each other. There is the genteel
"ramp, who ha, been out of moncv only
S 'ugli to bo hungry
r meal or two. He dlller-: verv little
m Ul(i wdlnarv traveler. xrcnt In tin.
u,airana ;m-N0ll5 i00k w,lk.h U)u
wowlwljwortlu, aba-nce of money from
iiU pocket-book gives him. There U the
" a7;''tetl tramp, who has pawned
u usiootu iH-r-onal cllccts except his
bruil'. which the hleek appearance
w Mi coat thowH ho ktlll u-cs; who
"a '"3lIcloiuly white shirt collar and
om whkh thu ,!uirpcye booniculs
Hl'tr; acartlts, movement ol the body
-P0SCi tllO Klllr.il ll.. .,.1..r I.I-
v...l... . ' -
, I . IlltVII IIIHl.l
w the wlleU band under the collar.
"etl0wtr III ll.n c,...l M. I I..I.
J,,1'; 1,(!-w5 endured the buflutliicrs of
wwottunc until ho has j-rown carele-sof
. -rancw, nnd fclcknc.su and privation
woBtan-edUio pride out ol him. in.
hniu,.. 1 . "s'lura pinciied, i - eyes
auerhur Ul(!l,klUru """t you long
doc,ru,twn,v. . ". ,u w,,0 wwkU he
. , - who, ilioii"ii in, I
..mwworic, alwuyg manaire, to t,i ,.C
uj. vuuuj.il 10 ucep prettv vljrorou nr.. t
uu, WUO (llRaniM'.nra .
I ut VlcriOU&lV I
. c you 1,0 mo'u it von
Th. ..., , you Jur dinner.''
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Tbey are contlned uW
uyicruwwf .iuijTerd, worku, u " " T
Urve8, my be, but she stay at f",,'
If tho n1.oWt.Lnl. .. ,lulle,
for life way be called home.
The tnmpt, like tho bird, go South In
iDenuuiii ortn in tho Kpring. Tho
mnlil sklM a Ml mild aim of a Houtlmm
wister arc betfer adapted to the condition
of the trami) than the ilevn of n Xorlh
The cessation of tho laboring Interests
of nearly all sections of tho country has
added largely to tho army" of tramps.
They nro " becoming a nuisance,
the mitigation of w hlch Is growing Into a
nueMlon of Importance. Tho tramps are
ccaIng to bo merely tramps they must
eat nnd sleep and be clothed, and their
neee.lllei nro making them n prev on
society ; they nro turning Into thieves
and burglars nnd hou-o burners and
murderers, one leading to the other
as naturally n day follows night. Prole
nbly no city In the Union of Its size, (.lif
ters n-; much troni the tramp nuisance,
with Its train o evil eoncnucnee.. ns
Cairo. The situation of this city makes
It a "topping oil"' place for a large num
ber of Idle and evil disposed persons, and
It Is through the crimes of many of these
foreigners to Cairo, that It ha acquired
an unenviable reputation ns being the
scene of crimes which its resident popula
tion hold in abhorrence. The Jonesboro
GmtUc proposes tho enactment or a law
which would punUh the vagrant tramps
In nil parts or the State,
nnd In the same connection says:
"We shall, however, have to have more
State prisons, and to accommodate these
birds ot passage, Cairo would be the
most suitable place for a penitentiary In
tho southern part ot- the State. We are
for imprisoning tramps nnd for building
another prison nt Cairo, to meet the In
crenMng demand this law would create.
N hlch Is a veiy sensllilu suggestion and
one wilcli, if adopted, would lift from
the shoulder: of Cairo nnd Alexander
county a load which the Stale ought Just
ly to carry.
in, ach wool rou Ai'ur.vi'.
Jltactwootl'ii Muya:inr lor August, lust
republished by the Leonard Scott Pub
Ilslilng Co., il llarelay Street. New York,
conies full of pleasant reading, as usual.
Contents as lollow :
Tho State of the French Ai my
Nan : a Summer Scene.
Our Autumn Holiday on French l!iv-
Ktehings on the Loire.
Etchings on tho Moselle.
Life on the L'ppcr Thames.
Taunt's Map aud (iuldctn thu Thame.-.
I he Dilemma.
The Swine-herd oi limluia.
1,'evlcw of the Session.
'Iho account of the French Army,
which Is the llrst nrtlclu in the August
number of Jltackwood's Magazine, is said
to be written by Frederic .Marshall, au
thor ol the articles on "International
Vanities," which appeared in ibis iiingn
zinc during the past year. In the present
in-tauce, the Information the material
for which was collected with much dllll
culty is of a character that must be very
unsatisfactory to the French people, and
that will make other nations feel, that
while military altairs remain in their
present state, nothing is to be feared from
Nan : a Summer Scene," is Just tho
kind of story to suit till- hot weather.
being light, easy to read, and sulllclently
interesting to attract the attention with
out requiring any mental exertion.
"Jllvers" Is a suggestion lor holiday
rambles, or rather excursions, the Idea
being taken from " Our Autumn Holiday
on French Itivcrs," the description of a
trip made by four young men who went
" up the Seine and down the Loire " in
an " outrigged rowing boat." The writer
thinks that a similar excursion on the
Thames would be found quite ns pleasant.
mm less utmucrou-, iiientiouln!; two
works recently published, which corrob
orate his opinion. He al-o notices two
books ol beautiful etchlnirs. one of the
Loire, the other of the Mo.-cllc.
In "The Dilemma," thu mutiny has
really begun, and it Is rather hard for u5
to have to wait a month to Hud out what
damage was done by the bullets that are
already rattling around the Hc-Idency.
Then follow about seven pages of
poetry, divided into three poems, on va
rious subjects, and a long "Kevlcw of the
Session," which ends with the remark,
that "if wo are right in attributing to it
unusual significance, we may at the same
time pronounce It to be satisfactory, both
in its actual results and also In lu'indica-
tlon or ministerial policy, and of the
soundness nnd strength of the party or
ganization.'' Tin: i:iiMiLi(.ii iti;vii;v.
The llihnhwyh Iltri'w for July ha bien
re-published by the Leonard Scott Pub
lishing Company, II llarelay street. New
York. The content are as follow.
I. I.lle and W'oikb of Thorvalil.en.
II. fiir II. S. Maiiii' on Kurly IrMitn
IV. The Kducitlun of the Cliiidreii of
V. The H'oiks of Tlioinax I.ove )'im
I. I lie riiysIolo''id lulliience of
VII. Celkie's Life of Miirchl,ou.
VIII. TheKurlvKliiL'sof Noiwnv.
IX. Lucrela Ilorgla.
X. Knglaud aud ltu-.ia in the Kast
The first article gives a description of
the charms of Hie in Home, at tho time
Tliorvaldfeu lived there, followed by a
sketch of lils Hie, and an analysis of Ids
'Sir II. Mnllinfiii I't.-Iv liiLll(Mll,nLl
" "'' -"v
u tl,u rv'w n work liavlny for it
'' an account of thu development of
tin, V,w.t,..il I .i.vj ..f lr,.l...,.l -r
....w. ..vo.iii,, ui iiilii t.
with kindred Aryan usage, and of
,8 ro,,,;(:U;a lu
U JLXl "L,"n l" b,,ow Ul'a 11,0 ":Xu11
HtKI Lultlfi lirillK-lioB nf llw, Ann c,.i
were united during a great part of their
K'llciu." In tin. in'cniiiilH (if
wmfuelug wo read: "How great was
Confuelusi before Confucius there never
as a Confucius, n,uj ,.,co Confucius
".ro never has been a Confucius." Hut
new wc arc Introduced to Menclus, with
"j provfrl. it i i...... ,. ...
Co r ' i" lal" i -Tj hini, so is
tavni ' t0 Mt;"It'8." which In followed
"f the lift, and doctrines of
a man who upsets nil our preconceived
notions of Chinese greatness.
"The Education of tho Children of the
State " Is n consideration o the best plan
for educating paupers, showing the. evils
nnd need of reform of the present sys
"Tho Works ofThomas Lovo Peacock.
"Wc have done our best to give un Idea
oi tne miscellaneous contents of these
three volumes, by the light reflected on
them by some knowledge, of thelrnnthoi
Hut from their very nature, nny notice of
me Kind must nece-.-ni lly do them most
Imperfect Justice." " They aro not to lo
skimmed with any satNtactlon
"Tho Physiological Influence of Alco
hoi. A curious and Interesting csav
giving n description of thy component
parts of tho grape nnd their conversion
Into wine, nnd tho effect of tho wine upon
inc niooti. ami through it. upon the hit
"OikleN Life of Murc'ilroh." "In
reviewing Professor Uciklo's work we
propo-e to give an outline of Muichi-on
life, nnd to see what hi, position among
iu eonteniporarlo' really was ; and epe
clniiy we wi-h to call attention to the
work which ho did In connection with g.
"The Early Kings of Norway." A lib
lorical sketch of Harold IInrfiim. and
several other Harolds, which reads mow
uiic a series ol legends than the records
of actual occurrences ; has Tor Its text the
latest work of Thomas Ciirlvle n work
that Is unsatisfactory because there Is not
enough ol if. nnd beeaii-c the inaUMials
from which It l- compiled are neither the
nouel nor the bet. Still, "il U a re
maiknble and a suggestive work, notoiilv
for what il .-ays, buVfor what it omits to
"I.tierezla Ilorgla." Ilerr (ircoro
Villi hflicVcs the n t savin!?. "Tlie devil
not so black as he Is paintid," and
having found u number of document" re
lathig to tho Uorgia", endeavors to prove
II in the ease of the far-famed Lucrozla,
by publishing a life of her, said to be the
most complete and trustworthy that has
The closing article is a discussion ot the
Important question of English and Itii"-
sliiu advances In Asia.
The periodicals reprinted bv the Leon
ard Scott Publishing Co. (II llarelay
.street, X. V.) aro as follows: The Lon
don quarterly, Edinburgh, U'etttninsUr.
and Jlrilhh quarterly Jteview, and
.uiumwuuK v .tiayazinc, i'ricc ?4 a vear
for any one, or only $15 for all. and the
postage Is prepaid by the-publishers
an 1'i:i.t, the Ohio saloon-keener
whose obdurate heart melted under the
persuasive eloquence of the crusaders
coupic 01 years ago, who sold his saloon
Willi nil its fixtures" to tho successful
prayers who had plucked him ns a brand
from the burning, and entered with them
Into the business of induelugotlier Ili.uor
sellers to go nnd do as ho had done, h.is
turned up in Cape Girardeau, Missouri
an 1 elt is not on a teinperance-lectute
tour, as might be supposed. On the
contrary, he has not only taken to hN
cups again, but has practiced all sorts of
crimes nnd vices, and Is now an inmate
of the Jail in Cape Girardeau, n
candidate lor the State penitentiary with
fair chances of promotion. Last May he
stole a buggy from a livery stable In that
town, and In company with a negro girl,
dressed In men's clothes, lelt the place,
but was arrested aud lodged In thu coun
ty jail where he has been ever since. Dlo
Lewis, and soinu of Hie female Ohio cru
saders who are powerful hi prayer, should
make a trip to Caie Girardeau for the
benefit of Van Pelt. He might be saved
Col. Antiionv, of Learcnworlh, who
was Miot l.at May bv W. V. Kmbrr y.
and who carries a wound to which tti
of the medical fraternity who hr ex
amined it can "ive a nam, b hut-an'i
own brother. Col. Amhonv vr
tiued to hi- room orx buwU&l al imz
days duriiig whkh h ra?j) Ux IW
and came on: be:. He will iters Ue tl
Kat shortly for the xiartt'Atttt&mmLi,''
doctor? there a? to tKi iitio;; xiA :nx:
of hU wouniL
Mn. K. scnoAT, ttArsntM tttsxnim at
Anna, who wa. z)m'. w mmmt from
tina to I'eoria, 'nMynl ttm ttv-
former pUc: a Iw tUjr iri mnUft r-
ctiinjtatwai which w5at Jt not lmw'lr
able that he Ihm lti muztStatA. Xof h-
Ing li known of ) ktr.-Mtt- rx-
c:pt tliat It m Mt MWK A WAe1
with him, AtA k. 1.1 dotMrr Mtt W
were totind in a IumW yz:tl, U h Ur"i
that he lu funUy ftt wW
Tin: KuLIhx d in
umnot r. Vmuvl 'Irsl . (ftfrti
in the hu-Wnx urnta, nl ttexAwis
hope it U th tnUn tttftn (A '
.. Illl ll Will 'ltix.iwl ttu- t-iAn,L, tA tt f
puutkhmcnt of all who hv lwl mitiv.y
to do with the KiM.lux al'MW-w.
jI.iima.v editor throughout Hie .ono-
try are le.cecliliig the brewer t to give
them bter without any corn or other foi
elmi matter lu it; but the bri;werKjuare
ly reply that they must commit the health
of the public beloro they do '.hat of them
selves and u feweditorr, and conuquent
ly corn must remain on their ticket.
fii'itiMiiiKMi lawyers express tlie
opinion that tlie Southern Illinois ICu
kluk cannot be punished under the
rnlted .States Ku-klux lawis It was in
tended to apply only to such rases where
ucltUon Is deprived of the rights guaran
teed by the amendments to the federal
Tin: International Typographical
Union will meet in Philadelphia on tlie
llrst Monday of next July, and will yet
the full bcnetlt ofthe Centennial.
A maw frost occurred in Wisconsin,
Xorthern Illinois, and some portions of
Minnesota on .Sunday' niornliij;, (lnumg.
hi"; jtotatoes, com, Ax.
Am. quiet in Frnnklln conntv,
PROCEEDINGS OF THE STATE BOARD OF
I'. H, niitrlrl Allui'tie.v PreimrliiK
I'roxei Die the Ittlliliiv,
si'itixaFiiiMi, 111'., Aug. at. a I the
M -siiin oi me Mine iioani oi cqualla
tlon to-day the following offered bv Mr,
Miirner was made the special order for
lu-morow morning nt u o clock.
"'""""i inai in uiuit in produce
greater uniformity In the as.sosinents of
ri'l... I.. -.1 ...
liiiiiiiu siock oi corporations unil to eon
form more fully to liio amended revenue
law of 1875, a promulgated In the
opinion oi me altorney.gcneral, the llrst
clause of Ihu rnle, adonted bv HiU I
for the assessment of the capital stock of
erioraiions he nincmicu hy nddin
uiereto mo following:
i rovuleii rl leit in lite ftlunnen it 1...11.1
blo information a- to the market or lair
ii-ii , vamo 01 the "hates ol (lie capital
i-rv.. .,! ueoi 01 any eiiiiip:iiiyor corpo
1. 111,111, ihu iiiir ca-n value 01 1110 asse.-sei
taxable nronertv shall ho tahen In tmim
sent value of all the shares of the capital
stock combined with tho debt of nnv
,7',' 1co,,,l,ily "' corporation,
I his resolution Interests every cornoiv
on 111 the State, ami Its late Will decide
the whole question as to tho assessment
vi capiiui stock.
Col. L. It. l!oe, I .S. nmrshal for the
rMiuiuerii (tistrict 01 mis State, to-day re.
eel veil a letter from Mr. Van Dorsten. f
t. attorney for thU district from Vauda
lia, -tatlng that lulled States warrants
wen- prepaiing lor tne Southern Illluol
Ku-kIiix, and ivniiistlni hitti In In, lire
)aieil to -end denudes to serve them. It
-eeui", However, 10 1,0 VCIT douhlllll
whether the eaes can Im mmi,, iliim.-
under the I nited States law, as' It Is -aid
law wa" intended to annlv rmii- m
" iit'lMI lileei IILIl! II 1:1 F the Ml.l.lnv
ca-es a- nri-e w hen a citizen Is depi iveil
w. .nt-iiiu u.iiiieud ,V thuamcuu
menu to the federal constitution.
iinlesl,i:i 11I I'liillelmi,,!, i
l.iile Aejsr (.'oiit,ilnie.v.
Vt iii'.m . Ga Aiiir. (:! s;., 1
prominent negroes connected with the
troubles- In counties below have made
eoiilesslon-. .lake Moorman, liisl-lieu-tenant
of a ii"gro eonii.anv. i,..tin..w ....
oath that nineteen countle s were .1, tin
einbraced lii the Insurrection. Last Fri
day was appointed tor the utilising. All
white men ami u-'lv while u-miei, ......
to be killed. Pretty white women were
to he snared and l ie liittrl .....i .....11.. ...
bo divided among thu negroes. ' All who
have so far confessed tenirv ti,t..i.,,,tt..it,.
the same n. lake Moorman. fiov.Suiitii
iiuiveu uiis an rnoon troni Waynesboro.
He Is determined to preserve peace, en
force the laws ami do Justice to white
Gov. Smith was serenaded to-night
and made a speech to a large concourse
ol people, lie said there was serious
cause tor apprehension of insurrection in
thu disturbed counties, but owing to
t nic y and prudent action of the whites
the danger ha- pa-sed. The great mass
0! the. colored people really knew nulli
ng ot the gravity and danger of the plot
nto which they were being led bv a few
bad negroes. He counselled prudence
am forbearance. All men. white
nnd black, should be protected In
their rights of nerson ami nrm-
fi.. 11,. .......1.1 ... . ..... 1 .
jiu Hoiim see o ii mar pcaen ui
uuiLT jiiiii rrood "overmncnr were pre
served nv rL'lu eniiircciiieni 01 1110 laws.
The courts were open aud all violators ol
the peace would be tried and nunl-hed.
There was no reason to aimrchcnil
liiriher liifiaetions of peace.
He will oiler a reward of $500 for the
arrest ol Gen. Morris, leader In the
It is reported that a colored man
killed in one of the counties. The
ernor says he will oiler a reward for
arrest ot tho murderers if the
10 Hours Saved !
in 7 Hours,
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l-H-iiAwiv' Y" HILTON A CO.,
.1 nawiy Cincinnati, Ohio.
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ner Wii'liiiiKlon nveniic aint Twclnii tiTft
Tint lleLMcrix Is tvncA to clly BUlnotlbirshy
fiilthfiil ojurlrrsntTwcnty-Klve Cints nW'wk,
paynMc weekly. lly.Mall, (In mlrancr), l(icr
niiniini: p iiioiitln, t three 1110MI11, $3 one
month , l '.v..
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
I'iiblla!,p ccry 'lhursiLiy inonilns' lit H 2
ii" annum, hivnrlaljly in mlvimce. 'J Ik- poslnKe
on thv Weekly will lie i.Hpnhr,!! (hU olliee, eo
llinl tnlucrilicra will utitnlli fur 11 SiiIim'.'!)iIoii
rice of SI 11 year.
I A I L V .
liillltirss Ciitiln, iHTiininini,..
Ono square, one. nertlon
OiK' stpiarv, two nm-rUmm,.,
Ono square, uiie utk
One siiiaiv , two weeks,
One square, tlin wirks
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.. 1 .7)
.. 3 M
.. 1 on
,. A no
One tqiirr, one montli,
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One sqiuie, nnv Inrrlloil, (0
Karli ituliMiiieiit ln.ertinu, M
U"One Inch l j ttii.nt-
IQ-I'o iTh'iil.irinhirtiM rs enni rsu.i tlur In-
ilmx-mcnl, lioth nt to rate ol ulurKes anil inau.
ner .if ili'l.i in-' their fn un.
Cotnmunlcntlonu upon sulijucta of Ken
eral interest to tho uubllo solicited.
J'All liil-ini', I.etli iv!iliiiiii lx-ul-lr- smhI to
Calrii lliilletln riiiii:iii.v.
riic rcoiilc'n Rcmcdv.
Tho Universal Pain Ext actor.
AakJ1r Point's Extract.
Tako no other.
lliir. fori will Mrtjikof c.rIleiit tlilui' '
strnlii,, HpruliM, Omni
I riii'liiri'H, (. utu, Jjiceni
in ,ir iiiciiiii twiiitiiirf
itiicaiiiiif i,iii,i;, i,r
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..iiiiiwauu, IJIUII! IIUI'K
Son- Tliriml or Oillnriy
J Inllumiil Toiulli.
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Sun-ot Iiiil.niinl r
! Dl.trrlii'n, Hynwili rv.
Hurt- .Miiih-i, Imlarncil
I'ii I ii fill ,ir inn lroni.
Mill l.i-ir. cimrlan III
I-A44I bill! 'lllliu.-ri
Unit at InfAiiU, or
rlrni. Vi'liix, llij.
EXTERNAL ,,,ri"1 ' '"i""i vitn
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lin orWIililnw, Trrnt
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Ml lirnrfiiK. I'lry-lr mr,,, fhI ihitj.
iMMly -Ik, lnm Mi r ii.i.I t
I'Minplilfl f,r,Uir,i,,K lllilr.r) iiimI Cik mull.
k tit:nv.Ui .ii, ,r,,,,t ,,,n,, nl your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
iivvh-.ii. v"rh """
. lli'iiiiHlliii'jr ol t iiHliliiii. I1 im, ir
mill f iiHIriii'lliin,"
WniLKH V 'I III! I'llKHI.
The llnitrU (ulitml with n i i.nti n.iMi..,
fjftucl ami Ulciittliutwcteliloiiillnil In any
Joiirrmlj unil lliojeiiriinl itell U llin oil- ii
oi uio ireai worm ol runjilnii. Ilostun Trav
The Itinr romiiiRiiilHlticIf louvcry iiicm.
her of tliu lioi.pioli-to thu rlillilron by
droll and pretty pictures, to the voiiiil' la.
uii.-ii ny un laHiiou-piaiuri in cudlcH variety,
to tlm innlilunt iiiiition by lu pntlernH for
t tie elillilren'H el illmi, to imlurluinlllnn hy
Un tiinteful ilenl,'ni for enilaolilcrml hlliijier.
ami IiixurlniH dniblii(,' km win,. Hut tho
ruadliiK matter oftliu lln.ar Inuiillorinly ol
Krcat excellence. '1'ho piqierhiH aciiufreit
a wlilu liepulni lty Tor tin. llrenlilo enjoyinunt
It allorik iS', V.Kveiilii(rot.
llarpor'a Uazur, one ycar..,,t 00
Four ilollaiH liulutlt'M prepaynient of U
S.PontiiKu by thu publUlicrn.
bu bCMlptlonn to Ilarj-ir'H AIiiKazlno.
Weekly, anil llazar. to ono addrcHi for oiu
yer, t0 00 ; or two of Harper' 1'erlodi
cam, to ouu udilrehi for one year, 7 oo
pontago free. '
An extra copy of either the M'iKzne,
Weekly, or Hazar will im Mipplled jiratlH
for every tlub of five bulncrilim-B at 00
each. In ono riimlltnnco j or, nix copies foi
ili 00 without uxirn copy ; poti.,'u (ree,
, Hack nuiiibern ean be nupplled at any
Tho Hovon voIuidoh of IUrper'n llazar, lor
tho yearH 1-W. m, '70, '71, '72, '7U. 74, cle
Kaiitly bound In ureen morocco clutli, will
i? ?",jt h)' cxi'tcnH, freight prepalii, lor
7 00 each.
HQTNowpapcrH uro not to copy this ml
veriliicmcnt without tlio exprcbt oiOiib ol
Ilarpur & llrotherH.
Ad.lrciiHUAKl'KH 11HOTHKR3, N. V.
THE NEW LOW ItESERVOIR "STANDARD"
Groat Durability with Handsomo Dosigns, and Giving PERFECT"
MADE ONLY BY
Eceloior Manufacturing Comp'y
012, OM, 010 and 018 N, MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS. MO
riM J- AJ k AiAUiiUol V 1La JL XI X
C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
The HOWE Machine
Will stand a tost of Strength of Ma
chincrythat no other Machine will. Call
and see and bo convinced that this is
tho best now in tho Market.
Th.o 2-Iowo Machlno Co.
Agency For Southern Illinois.
D. T. BENNETT, MannKor.
PAINT AND OIL DEALER!?-.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OP
DKUGGiaTS' FANCY GOODS, COLLIEH WHITE LEAD,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW GLASS,
I1RUSIIES, SOAPS, COLORS. OILS
TURE COLORS, Dl'E STUFFS,
VARNISHES. ETC., ETC.
V "".licit rnrn ioielence and nnlvr fim I)
llllnl Willi irlialilu linik'i, nt rrntunutilv rale-.
V , III 111 HUT lllif .I.41llllMinf 11...
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
7'1 Ohio Lnvuo.
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ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
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