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JOHN B. PHIIXIS
(fluemtors to John It. PhUll.)
Keeps everything pertaialnft to
ie lino of ,8tjMe and YMoy oro
arte), WMdtewart. VtfffctfelM,
Iruiti, eko., &o.
iry My New, style wiixea
T E A ,
llfTorent Combination From any
or." t. "
M'hi Ml Insli,
Hwet u.'d Rich
f antral Hop Yeast
o. 32 EIGHT STREET
IT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Prder for.Qoal by the car-lM.
in. or in hiimiu, lor aiupmeni,
ompUT MMMMa to. -
-To Utm consumers and all
lanufactuMM. we aro nranaraar
uddit mm auaniiiv. ay uw
lonthoryoar.nt unirorBa ratos.
CAIRO CITT COAL CfWANT.
Halliday Ri!'a3re. No TO Obis ITte
-lUlthUr Bro. 'a fnarfbunt .
Al KirirlUUl. MIIU. or
-At the UoaTvaaw, foot f Thirty-Eight
Irjrl'oit office Drawn, aos.
i ciBBUt PteMrlnl lllaMry f Ik
nmn-aaTha fcpml, aad
auoat; ucoMafail 'nally, Tmpir
la Ike CatUai
HOTtCKB OF THX PKBBB.
iThn Wanklv la tha ablet aud most DOW
Ilul tllttttratea penouicai iiuuimucu iu
u rountrv. IU editorials are scholarly
.d convinclni?. and carry much welcut.
i tlluitratlonH of current event are full
id trean, and aro prepared by our bestde
era. SVitU o clrculatiou 01 150,000, the
.nnna. and tta influence at an orKn of
lilnlon is almply trcmendoui. The Weck-
imalutaini a posuiTO'-pomwwn, u -decided
vlewi on political aud to-
Ial problem. LouUvlllo Courier-Journal.
Ita article are moduli or lilKh-toned dl
ution, and its pictorial Ulustratlonn a(o
I ten corronorauve arguraenia 01 no aiuaii
rco. N. Y. Examiner and CbronlcU. . .
I IU paper upon exlbtent qucauona aaa m
I Imitable carleona haln tn nurnld tha ten-
ImenU ol'th country, PttUburg Com
iMUge free to aubacrlban in tba OnlUd
Baraar'a WieVlv. ono vear ia on
Four doUarn lncludoa prepayment of U
HnWrlntlnna to IiatDur'a KaAazlan.
Iraakly, and Bazar, to ono addreaa for one
tar, 10 00; or, two of llarpor'a Perlodl-
Ul. to ouu auuiea ur uui ; VI wj
An extra copy of ibe Magaxlne, Weakly,
r Bazar will bo nippPed (,'ratin for every
lub or tire lubacribcra at $4 00 each, in
ne remittance; or, ilx copies for f'JO 00,
I lthout extra copy; postage. tree.
MaeK numuera can ue supnnnaai any
The annual volumes or aurper'i Weekly,
i neat cloth binding, will be seat by ex-
I ress, free of expense for 17 00 caeu. A
Iompleto sat, coaaBkiug eigsseeo voiuiul-b,
nton reeeiptrraihV3U rate of
ler volume, aut( aiueemeenie ei uie
,lu w., W ." " - . J . . . . . ... ,
Newspapers are net ti ooxtrtkliad
rUiemeat wfont tha express orders ol
laroer A Brothers. M
UavMI UAiu-aas f aniwi" m .
JL, SMYTH & GO.,
WINE OF All KIND,
H: 0 OMb Lm;
MK8H!l". FMTTH A CO. hav toasUntly
liK Mock of the bt fcwitla In tin lumr
kat, and Klvr Mprcial attention totbe nliulutal
ranea or me uuiinen.
8TKATT0K ft BOLD,
aoevtb XxiaicAJf. r o wxn co.
57 Ohio LeTec.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Ho. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
CH'KCIA.1, altvDllau glrtu toeunliPinMuti aiil
iPaints, Oils, Varnishes,
iall Paper, Window Qlawa, Win
aow onaaos, c.
Alwy od hand, Uie oiUbratad iUiunisattnc
Corner Elavanth Btraot and Wasbtai;
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
4T. o. :
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Sollatin Balldlna-. Oor. Twelftk Street
ana wumogisa athu,
U-Coanty and kUUroad Work a Specialty
SIXTH aVTBSET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
If annfacturea Ma own Korae Shoeaaad
con Aaaoxa Oood work.
Mrs. M. SWANDER
U now nroflTlnir a large and wtlUeucted
PALL AND WINTER
MIL L IH ERT.
At ber stand on
To which .he Invites the attention of the ladlea
of Cairo and ylclulty. In thl atock will lie
r...init all ihpUipjit ivlnrilatB. IlonneU. lllb-
boot, Flowers and nil Millinery (iootla, all of-
irrMl at the lowest llvlnc uricea, ijtuits m
aearclmr bartalns are earnestly reipieatert to
iWwhara. llertoekor fancy aoorts anao-
tiu Kivimior n ftnii iwrure uurcnasina
llou. is eoniplete, anu ana la uciuiutiwu uvt w
be umlersold by any body in tho city.
A Book for the People.
a i.lil....tat tniMllral woik Of 1M
,l . . . .. .i at
If lit rtUtiom of the Jtf.
IIdiu, Uu ISntarl. of JUpriduoHon, Me. A .umlarS
ai.u iiitj ou lh, v.rluu. tii.t.K, of ih Unnary aod Qan.
rUOrian.if UMh,., ivljhw all fumnurrrr
rata. Vnraalaua CUrauto PUaaaef MI Ux
atra vl tic.H. Ururv ami atl.r m.rrt.... U.dlna toiirv-
wttaa deca aial lUMfcraojr-a p. law rwiaatlWi U tha
Mack aalf anttaintnl, bnl I
,wiimi Miuni aariuia.1 net a
iiiu.eaiyMaiuai auSlaa '
gw uwiiarvu, i... . . ...... rvi ; I M eri U1MIM..
M WHiilMwiuili ckii, Cl Al-am.
Maa ika lai(rocdlrtakiHiilor iMrai Martha a.
ji-JiiSKv.-' ' t-
JtQ ' Bresiicre.
'J'liouiM jiilllaM, who killed Major John
. Anderson, ycaioruny picautu guuvj
in munler lii lite tt-cond decree. nnU mw
eiitcnccd to ninety and nine years' Im
prisonment in tno penitentiary, h nevere,
lilirlily appreclaUxl by, Ute law-abiding
citizen in this section of tliu country.
The priMiier In a WfniDer or tnc aotori
oua Killlau lamllv. who urc coually noted
with the James: aim loungcra loruta
rruie (lead throughout Boutbwetteru
kiaaourl. Their history has Wte aai
eVMitful fliiOf J-
the head of the house u number of yean
ago, became invoivcu in a persouai im
flculty at Oranby, and was struck on the
liead w Itli a plow clevis, lie at oncj; sur
mi'cd that the wound was mortal, quietly
remarked, "Hoy, riugoue up lor mueiy
nlne yearn probably a liundred," uud
expired. This expression became a no
ted by-word hiiioiik thu Oranby roughs,
and since thu senUmix- of Tom. it has u
much more awlul sigulllcauco thau ever
was the oldol son. aud but little Is
known of liU career, llu waa a noted
desperado during the war, aud partlcl-
putei in a gieat nuiuucr vi uk.hkiuiv hi
couuters. On one occasion, while en
deavorlnj; to kill an luotlcnslve man, the
latter chopped on one oi turn's anus
with an ax, and succeeded In escaping
with ills life. Toward the close of the
war Mark lccamc mixed up iu some un
lawful trouble and was shot.
one of the brothers, is now serving out a
term In the ieiiiicmiary tor tnu inuruer
of old Bill Lake, the proprietor of Lake's
Circus, at Oranby, In 1808. Lake was
known to show-people, aud had many
trlends outside tlm profusion throughout
thu length a.td breadth of the laud. The
murder was atrocious aud cowardly. The
cic dragged through thu courts for m;V
eral yearc, aud notwithstanding the cow
ardly nature ot the crime. oaKe escapeu
witu uut lour years' imprisonment, te
was shot ou one occasion by a man named
Norton, and carris to this day an ugly In
dentation near his right eye from the ef
lects of the ball.
mother brother. Is uow about forty
vears ot aire. anu. iroiu an indications,
has sucuxsled iu uiaiutaiuhig the reputa
tion ol the family lor lawless uceus. no
is, and has been lor several yearo, under
iudictmeut for killing a circusiuau named
.Smith, at Oranby. lie has during all
this time succeeded lu staving on me
trial, and having secured a change of
venue to Uarrv county, will probably
tire out thu authorities and escape un
who ha .just been doomed to end hi
days in convict garb, although not quite
eighteen years of age, has ouutripped
his diler brothers iu crime, llu is tall
aud slender, aud somewhat hollow
breasted. His eyes are Hzht blue iu
color, but piercing, and the youth is evl
deutlva clotu oueeryer. jus ears are
larsre. red iooKimr, auu protect torwaru
and outward, giving him an extremely
odd nnnearauce. lie might be properly
styled "shock headed." Ills light brown
hair, still, matted, and cropped rather
short, partially covers ids forehead.
are sham and ansular, and the light fuzz
on Ills face uives him a mealy. Tcrdant
appearance. Altogether, Tom's look is
ouu oi ucrieci luiueriuruimy anu muiiier
cucc, but thu impression that the man Is
a looi is wuony wrong. lie is reason
w bun court assemoicu loiouci lmie.
his attorney, asked leave to withdraw
dm nli-n fit' "not e-ulltv." and to subtl
tute a plea of guilty ol murder iu the
The court ordered such an entry to be
made and pronounced
TUB FOLLOWINfl SENTENCE :
"Thomas Killlan, you have been la-
dieted lor muder in the first degree for
willfully and deliberately killiug John
W. Anderson, i ins is tue mgiiest crime
known to the law, and you have entered
a plea of guilty ol muder In tho second
degree. You thus admit that you were a
participant in tuu cniuc, auu iroin uiu
known circumstances ot that killing, you
deserve the severest punishment. You
are, therefore, sentenced by the court to
imprisonment in tuu penitentiary tor me
period of ninety-nine years."
rno prisoner manuesieu noi uiesiigui-
est concern at the sentence, lie raliy
considered It au escape Ironi tnc gallows.
LYNCH LAW FEAItKD,
The attorneys for tho defendant in
formed vour correspondent that an ap
plication for n change ol venue would
have been presented, but that they were
possessed of Information which led them
to fear that Judge Lynch would have
put in an appearauco had tho motion
It has all ended fortunately In this, that
the dangerous prisoner will be Incarcera
ted lor life, i punishment which he richly
deserves, and one which satieties the
fuibiic, thereby prcvcutiug bioodsiied and
It Is but lust to add that the mother and
listers of the prisoner arc known to be
good and estimable ladies, and they have
! tho sympathy of the entire community.
l our correspondent is indebted to tnu
court, thu attorneys iu the case and the
awerlfl for courtesies extended.
A TALE OF TWO CITIES.
Ini'iilenta lu tlio Career ef it
rtui voiiui; jauu."
from the Memphl Avalanche, lath,
About eight years ago, a young man
known to his companions as Will Uorden,
flourished In Memphis as cashier ol the
Gaslight Company. Ho was handsome
uutwu atjiioiii, ii. ini.1. h mmi
and those who knew hint best could
testily that ho was that Irresistible per
sonage lu the eyes ot foolish young
ladles who ludiro trout outward appear
ances a "fast . young man." He
went. though" 'only occasionally,
in the " bestoclety, " a few
times during the season appearing at the
theater with some fair one who win
charmed with his handsome face and tig
ure. and tho grand display of lino cloth
inir ami diamonds he was certain to
make. It was with tho lolled doves
, whoie wings ore brightest uudertkegi
. i i- ..lSV - 1 '- 1
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1875.
' 1 1 - --- 11 -- - 1
light, that young Borden was most "at
Home." HIS Was one OI Uio iik:u names
Heard within that circle. No one so
handsome a1? he; no one so lavish of
money for late suppers and carriage
rides; no one o generous with presents.
now tneso aeavj expenaimrea cubui
be maintained was one day ex
plained by a little deficit that, ror many
months smothered by dcit manipulation,
at last .appeared on tho company's
iKXiks. Tha charming Will was a de
faulter for nearly $2000. He was per
mitted to go free, for his mother, who
livcsm i,ouisvinc, auu nau amn nun
land dollars, compromised with the Irate
company, and young Borden shook thu
Memphis dust off his elegnnt patent
leathers, aud returned to tho home of liU
Memphis lost sight oC the gay ex-cash-ler
until yesterday' Avalanche an
nounced In its news columns that
'Wni. Bowden. of Cincinnati, had
married "Miss Maggie Williams," of
thli city, and in listelcgraphlo dispatches
that Joseph Mitchell., ft Co.; boiler
makers, of Louisville, had discovered a
defect of &5.000 In the accounU ofWm.
A. Borden, confidential clerk, who has
been stealing from them for four yean.
It annears that Win. Bowden" and "Win.
A. Borden," are Identical. Miss Jlagglo
Williams is a noted member of thu demi
monde. Bo ourcx-Memphis "fast man"
turns up once more, this time in the dual
role of the newly made husband of his
"name"' of years ago, aud a $5,000 de
faulter. Yesterday Borden disappeared, detec
tives, acting on Information from Louis
ville, were searching for him a fact
which no doubt hastened Ids departure.
Th North TlmroiiKlily Aroused upon
sue wueaiiou oi n urumi cuicitnini
r'rum the New York Graphic J
The suggestiou recently made by the
Daily Uraphtc that the humorous socle
ties ol Memphis and New Orleans be
urged to give a full representation of thu
Mardi Gras carnival iu Philadelphia dur
ing Centennial year has been copied with
great approval by papers throughout the
country, ine invitation has also been
received with favor in Memphis and New
Orleans, aud it seems pretty certain that
thu mysterious Mcmphl, the laugh-pro-
yoking ulks, the awful .Mystic
aud the superb Twelfth Nlirlit
.Mystlck Ore we,
will join in a lautastic carnival in riiua
dejphla while the exhibition is at its hight .
Isoldes this the rniiadeipnia tunny men
will lead oft in a Mardi-Oras festival of
their own on Mardi-Uras eve, February
23, lsiO. This is a novel, audacious ex-
Deriment. but theroW so much music In
the Miunuerchers, S-'engerbuuds, nud the
other choral societies that It Is not un
likely to wrove a worthy preface to the
picturesque and more elaborate parade of
the sum of mirth from the Mississippi
Valley. The people of the North have
never yet beheld a Mardl-Gras festival,
except those few who, able to travel, have
been lured to Memphis to witness some
of tho weird annual processions.
But appetite has been whetted by very
abstinence, and there Is, through all the
Northern States, a keen curiosity aud in
terest. The fact that the participants
are the leading business men of the
South, aud that thu equipments and dis
guises are very handsome, unique and
expensive, would render a Mardi Gras
exhibition in Philadelphia one of the
greatest attractions that could be offered
to visitors. Thousands would gather
from all adjoining States to sec it who
would hardly be drawn by tho 6i juitrie
of France, or the rare fabrics of Persia
and China. Let us hope the gay revel
ers will come. We Yankees are said to
be a sad-laced and grim people, over
much given to money getting. Whether
the charge is true or not, we need relax
ation. Thisls a horribly serious plauet,
and there Is no medicine like a laugh.
What am lajnorant Fellow Dora.
(From Austin (Texae) Statcman.
When an Ignorant fellow wants a pre
text tor withholding an advertisement
or snbscriptlon from a newspaper ho pre
tends to be very angry because of some
Eublication or course of conduct pursued
y the paper. Such reasons for such con
duct are too thin to be respectable. When
we want hats or shoes or coal oil
wo go to those to buy who sell
the cheapest and best, aud so when a
saue man advertises ho goes to the news
paper that has not only most readers, but
most of that class of readers who have
money and buy most. The politics or
religion of a newspaper have nothing to
do wltn its vaiue as a means oi maaiug
advertisers known ; no inoro than He
braism or Protestantism or Romanism or
Democracy has to do with the cheapness
and value of dry goods or lamp oil.
Awarded the Hlgheat Medal at Vienna
in. i mm to.
691 Broadway, Now York.
(Oip. Metropolitan Hotel.)
Kanufaoturere, Importer! & !Dealera in
CHR0M0S AND FRAMES,
STEREOSCOPES and VIEWS,
AL11UMS, Q!UPHO-COi'KSaml SUITAW.K
We are Headijiurters tor ererjlliinf In tha way of
Stenoptieons and Higic Lasieru
nelng Manufacturer or tlis
SCHOOL LANTERN', FAMILY LANTEItN,
Each atrle being tha belt of its elus in the
niniMnr Ijintvrna sntl Slides With di
rection for using teuton application.
Any enteriirlslnir man run make money with a
!C-Cut out this advertisement for reference. "C3
Hff A anTiTTSTl T A TTT?e nmterSJ
H-ihI aunip for mntt'lMiiUL) circular, nfliramlvaluo.
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
Great Durability with Handsome
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp y
012, 014, 610 and 618 17. MAIN STHEET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOU) BXOLUSIVKLY TJV
c C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
rho People's Roraody.
Tho Univorsal Pain Ext actor.
Note: Aek for Fand'e Eztravet.
Take no other.
for I will sucak of excellent MilDfa.'
I J H r I cm to Man or 1!( M t
Slrnlua, Mprulni, Contu
I'mcttirea, Cut, Ijireru
tel or Incited Wound.
HleeilliiK I.miir, or
Nonc Ble-il, anil 111ml
luit (iiun or Teeth.
Voinlliiiirnf nintitl anil
l'll llltxUInK i'llfs,
llllml riles, tlnlalllli e 1
ralKU, hwrlli-a I-ure.
NIIII'tltlK. or Surriieas,
irf Tltruut or Ouinay.
More or Inflamed Eyes ot
Nro Nliplra, Inllnintd
l'Alnrul or too l'rofuje
Month l es.
Milk 1.vk. Ovarian DIs
eiisa and Tumnrji
iCIiiiHitKe and Krcorla-
lions or intanls, or
VitriroMc Vrlu. Kn-
lartml or Inflameil cilia.
Vlrera, Old Sorea, Inter
IRnlln, Cnrbunclen, Tu-
UlTxlNAL ,niM und lluniona, Clutl-
e,i or Bore reel,
l'tiaUiiK"llarneaa or Scul-
Il'clou or Whitlow, Frott
ed Limbs or lartii.
Monqnlto Hltfa. Insect
atiDits, unappea lianas.
PONIt'N KXTHACT Is ror sale by all Flrel
CIhm llrua;aia,aiiil rccuiiinicoilitlby
all Orusgiau, Pliyaiciane, and every
bnxly who liiti vvr ust-d It.
Pniliplile oontnlnlnc lllttory and TJets mail
ed tree on application, If not found at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New York ruI Loudou.
j IX. Ill-
LI AM B. SMITH, X. D.
RESIIJKNCCi So. 21 Thirteenth street, b
tween Waahlngton avenue and Walnut street.
OVriCK: North side of Eighth street be
tween Commercial aud Washington avenue.
W. DUNNING, M. D.
REAIDKKCE: Corner Ninth .and Walnut
OFriCE: Corner Sixth street and Ohio Levee.
OKlflCK 1IOUUS: yruiutta.ra, 1 J in,, una
rOHN H. MTJLKET,
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE! At residence on Ninth Street, be
tween Wellington uvenuo and Walnut .St.
JAMK4 K. LAME.
y, it, WA1IU,
ZieXTS eft WARD,
The heat iu the market. Also all kinds of
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD.
Orders Delivered to any part
of the City Promptly.
Loave Orders at Crystal Saloon,
or at the Company's omoe, at, war
row Qaugo Depot.
TERMS Nett Cash on Dolivory
JAMES K. LANE.
The great Nerve Conquror. cures Kplleptto Fit;,
Convulsions, KpaaiiM, Ht. Vitus Hani, and all
Xervoila uiaeoaei me uui) kiiuwii .ai,i,v
uid i,f tfiillpiitln alt.
thousands aud has never been known to rail In a
sinKlecasa." Trial package free, huclose stuuiii
tor circulars siviuif evldeuio orenrea.
l liua uiii mini ,rj
for circulars glviuit
1' Ik 0s 4 lUWIIWt'tlWi
al . a llUIrAI.
UOK Tit. at. Joseuli, Mo.
ARE ECONOMY IN PRICE,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
Designs, and Giving PERFECT
HE Al KSTATH A(li:.VT.
JOHN ft. HARMAN & CO.
:0NVEYAXC2XS, NOTAniES PUBLIC
Land Aventa of the Illlnola Central and
Burlington and ttulnoy R. 11.
FTortk Car. Slsctli and Ohio Leveo,
I. o. ttrii.
I. J. ItOWLKV.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Dolloctors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At the Court Houao.
PARKER & AXLEY,
ty-Speclnl ultrntloii Riven to Collection of
lteiititand ."HluuT Ileal KoLllc.-Q
STOREROOM 100 Commercial
Avonuo, Cairo, Illinois,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY,
Goods Sold Very Class.
Cornor 19th St. and Commercial Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
BOX and BASKET CO
'AllklnJs bard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &o
Mill auad Yard,
Jornor Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
Corner Washlntrton Av. and 14th Streut,
OPEN EROM 6 TO 0 P.M. DAILY.
L. I). Aki, Cairo. .11. K. Akiw, Chicago
Zi. D. Alsia dSe Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
103 Comuisrclal Avenue, - - CAIRO, ILLS.
-J"Thnee rarnrlnir u with their piilroiiaare
will rind u complete line of good) from uhlrh to
aeleet, u bottom prices. lo-lt-wty.
OP A VICTIM.
Published as a warnlntr and lor the beuefltol
IHiilllir. or Manluiod. ita, Uivliia: M
Kules or Seir-curc. after underaoius; much sul
rerlnaaudexiwnse, and inalled nn raeelv-
iuif upout.ldnlrectelcnTeloi)e. Addrysa .A
VAAflWt'MAYrAUl, VS O.'nox l&l. Hrook
And Venters In
HAY, CORH, OATS, FLOUR,
XSAI, BR Air, ltt, .
Agents for LAFLIIf XAJTD NWfiSJt C
IGorser Tenth Street auttl Okie
.. I). Mathuat.
MATHUSS & URL,
Q-l tZMrxio XLaoxree.
.VofO Ohio I.eire,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. .
E. -I, Ayrui.
S. I). Ayres.
AYRES Sc CO.,
TXjO IJ JL-.
And general ,
L. D. THOMS,
X3 .Tl 0333 XX
And dralcr tn
STAPLE AND FANCY "
Foreign and Doiueatlc Fruits and Nute
131 COMMEKCIAL AVENUE.
C. N. HUGHES,
Over Kathuss a Bhl's.
First- Clsas Companies rrpre
S AFFORD, MORRIS
T3 OHIO ItEVEE,
City Rational Baak Boildin;, np-ttaira.
The OldsatEatabUahed Aa-onoy In Bout
an uiuioie, rapraaesuaff ovnr
tB5 000 000
CHOICE ?HIODICALS F0& 1876.
The Leonard Scott Pub. Co,,
41 BARCLAY ST. HEW YOSK.
contlnuo their culhorittd Ueprints or the
LONDON QUAKTEJtLY JtEVltSiV-Con-
WE3T31INSTKH IlKVIK' Liberal.
BBITI3U j ITAltTKItLY UE V IE W Evan-
ContnltiltiK masterly criticisms and summa
ries ot uu itiut u i ii 1 1 uou vuiUAUte in
Literatim', i-clrnrc, tid Art ; und
BLACK WOOD' I
The mo.it powerful montlilv In tho Knelish
LanKUtige, famuus lor HTOitlKij, E8SAVS,
Of THE HIGHEST LITERARY MERIT.
TL'ltMS (Indmllug Postage) :
Payable Strictly In Ad vane.
For any ono Uevlew, a i 00 per annua
r'or any two lloviews, 7 00
Kor any throe ltevicvt , 10 00 "
or ait icur ite views,
'or lltaukwood's Maga
zine 4 00
For Dlsckwood aud ouo
Hovlow, t uu
For lHaukwood and two
JlBVlOWS, iu ou
For llluekwoodand throo . ,,
Hovlow, 18 CO
For Ulack wood and tho '
lourltevlows, 10 CO
A discount of twenty par vent, will be al
lowed to clubs uf four or more persoas:
Thus: four uopltia ol UUukwood or of oat
Uevlew ,wlll bo stmt to ons addre far
412 80, lour copies of the fuiir Review aud
llliickwoodlor and so on. .
Circular with further particular may be
had on application.
TUB LIWNAHI) SCOTT l'OBL'M CJ
- 41 Barclay etrest. M' Tork