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JOHN H. OBBRLY, IMltor.
I'ltMror.xT (Hunt 1ms cxtucffi'il tlie
opinion htTUoU ou1il not put lor
wnru n c.wmiy: ipr mi- irrmui-nry.
)in.fciiv will tfo to Now
IlAiMsUtro to work fur tliu success of tlio
Itcpubltcati ticket lt the cumins i-lce-
Tub Chlcnso Timn of Monday mom
Ins calil that Mr. A. (.'. Ilofdns li.'iil sono
to Camilla, nwl tliat the Indication' were
t lint ha had gone to May.
A sw:cui, dUmtch to tin chlPiiK"
Tribune of Saturday last siitil :
(icu. Grant i"evrrnl day ') rcsolyril
In hi own 'mind' that (ton. ltulicock
should no longer act In lils old liapaclty,
ond to-day lid spoke ot the mutter In the
tlahlnct tm-etlni;. and his tli-cl-lon was
eomuu-mh'd by all the hil-mIk-m tiriwut.
The prcaklent I Mill Unit in the ludlcf
Ulal IIMTT1 IT nnu nu giuuy iiiiiiit'riiiiii
with thc"IU4y tins, and his eonililriico
In Ills Si'cretary honesty l-not Impaired,
but he think'' llabrork win Indiscreet,
nnd Iionlso blaincs lilm Tor kceiiluir cer
tain Important papers from lili attention,
relating to si. i.oun oiiicers, which were
necessary for Intelligent action.
Hut on Sunday llabcock aniiouiieed
that ho had no present Intention of re
Elffulnc his position a private n'crelary
to tho rroldent anil llahcock appears to
have thlnirs ptvt'y much his own
wav about flic White House. It' I the
story of Cufl'ec and his master over nsain
"Massa" said Cuflee. "If anybody 1 raves
dls plantation, it will bo you ; CtifTco's
swlncto slay." llabcock having said tho
word, he will stay.
WOV. ULENN fIN Till'. I'OI.I THAI.
I.Icut.-Uoy. Glenn was Hi Quliicya few
days nso aud while there, culled ut the
ollleooftlie trAi,whcrchocxpreseil him
felt very freely on State and national af
fair. Ho believes Mr. Cullom bus the
advantage of Gov. llcveld'je In the race
for the ltepublican nomination. Glenn
docs not approve of the stilctuies made
upon Heverldire's pardnnliifr proclivities,
knowing froui exierlence the pressure
that is brought to bear on
tho executive In that way. Me
thinks Chicago would Iniyu been a
better placo than .St. l.ouU lor the Na
tional Democratic eouveiitlou, on ac
count of Its hotels and the epo-ltiou
bulldius, but that there will be no local
influences in .St. J.ouls that will have any
weight In deciding the nomination, lie
believes a majority of the Illinois Demo
crats are opposed to both resumption
and contraction, aud is hiin-elf in liner
of the repeal of the re.-umptiou act, and
letting resumption come in the natuial
course of business; he, thinks specie
should be the basis of the eunency, hut
that it is folly to talk of doing the Im-l-ncss
of the country with coin, and wants
to see greenbacks ami gold brought to
gctlicr. JIc believes illalue will bo the
nominee ot the Kcpiihlicau convention.
HLil'Hwnnn i-iut ri iiiiitmv
- fjxr.iKi, IUI A It'illill J
been republished by tho Leonard
'""shlng Co., -11 ilarclav street.
as follows : "As the following article on
Army Mobilization' takes up the
same question as 'The 1'lrst
step in Army Hi-form,' in our
number lor the last month, we think it
rlirht tosav that the anlilm-l U i-,..ii,.,i ).
two Independent writers from two differ
ent points or view."
"An Unimportant Person" U a unlet
story ; sentimental, but with sulllclent
nuinor to redeem It from stupidity.
"Bates's Tour-IYrioiiiiliy Conducted,''
Is an amusing account of a trip through
the Caledonian canal.
"The Dilemma" is ngalu lurm-hcd
with a new set or characters. Let us
hojHi that the author will succeed in
reaching a climax without getting him
felf into a dilemma from which he can
find no outlet.
"Alphonsu do Lamartlue" begin? with
ii dlssertatlou on French poetrv, and the
dllllcultles It pre-cnU to the ICnglUh
critic, and concludes with a nketeh of
Lamartlnu aud a notice of some of hi
works. "In his fugitive plece3 there
dwells often the very sweetness of the
woods and Ileitis a homely, gentle sit
mo'phcrn ot moral ipilet and beauty. It
Is for these, and not for thu exaggerated
poetical maundering of his larger poems,
that his name will be remembered In the
The review of "Mr. Thackeray's
Sketches" is a pleasant article, giving a
bright glimpse of that author's social
life. It says of the linnt.- 'I'linr.. l
nothing but fun and nonsense In It, and
yet, curiously enough, thu Impression It
makes Is entirely tender and pathetic."
"Party Prospect," though devoted
principally to a consideration of unities
In England, refers briefly to the action of
wii-eriiiiive principles in J' ranee.
I he ierIodIeaIs reprinted by The l.con
urd Scott Publishing Co., (11 Barclay
street, N. V.,) are as follows : The l.un-
don Quarterly. Edinburgh.
and HritUh quarterly Rnitm, and Much-
wood's uugasm Price, ?! a year lor
any one, or only Sir, for all, ami the
postage Is prepaid by the publishers.
The Dcs Molues Lender t.,,.
san U. Anthony concluded her lecture
before the members of the legi-luture lu-v
CTcning by olierlng for tale tho upon, of
her trial at fifty ccnU per copy. .She
said blic would checrlully glyo them
away were It not for the fact that she
was trying to get out of debt by the llh
of July next, In order to begin tho next
wntury free from debt. Ah, happy riu
an, unlike many wretched young men
cadi New car' ay, M,e tr, HVCr
now leaf only at the opening of the
to look back ou many broken resolution,
and way Ckuk-uilaLniilvenarlca that
breatM projalso to the car but broke in
to the hope,"
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
, Nliiplil Coiicirs A NK'ilf III I lie
'ii:ili Nciiiiloi' lloiilh-lleil . Ilali
roi'li'K A t-i ii 1 1 till.
(I)ur Vnliliiglnu Cunvii"n(lciiro.)
Wasiiixoiox, I'eb. W, Is70.
I bellcVfl.lhN'ls eonininuly understooil
lo be the nineteenth rrntury ; there seems
also to be a pirvulllng piejudlcc In favor
ol peimial liberty i the church creed
have groun far less exacting in matters ol
lull Ii and church dbcIpllne,?o very lenient
that one almost forgets Its exl-tcnce. Wo
have agreed together that so little glad
ness could In any wny be extracted from
llylng hour that wo bad belter gather
our ro-es cpeedlly, hut all nt once, we are
brought to book. A ladj', a church mem
ber, gae n reception, Inviting ber pastor
with his wife. Some of her friends were
unsanetilled enough to enjoy dancing.
and they danced ! Immediately the old
splilt of the MethodlH church was
roueil, anil in n preacher's meeting Dr.
Newman was nked to ilc and explain
his presence at a dance. This he did In
Ids own characterl-tle, unequivocal fash
ion, nnd we llnd that there nre still re
tualuliig some ministers who really think
dancing an Immoral or at leat a demur
ullhig practice. I don't pi opoe to dl
eiis that iiitestloii, but n this I- the nine
teenth century when liberty of con-clou.
Is a conceded fact, I want you to notice
that a high degree of moral courage l
shown when n popular nalor dares so
openly to confront and rebuke u popular
pleasure. Dr. Newman has been accused
ol toadying to those In power; ot being
careful how he trod on the eusltie toes
of social magnates. Till late manifesto
doesn't look much like "truckling" does
ItV True, the good doctor concluded
while on the defensive, that he might as
well lire one more round and Washing
ton society has his opinion of la-lilonnblo
dissipation. Then I add my hearty
meii," though I'm not u Methodist.
Only this alternoon I saw a gentleman,
handsome, wealthy, talented uud cultiva
ted, hut his handsome lace is showing
terrible signs of the life lie Is leading here
this winter. One glass of chnmp.-iguc sets
his brain ou lire, yet fair ladies smiling
sweetly oiler the sparkling perdition, ami
Mr. A's winter hi Washington will prove
the ruin of his life. No wonder Dr. New
man denounces the practice! I haven't
time to add my mite ol a temperance lec
ture; let your own experience liu-nHi
each one of you with both argument ami
.t si ri'iiM iNiisi:s.
Dearly Beloved! this forly-liuu III Con
gress is awiuiiy stupid, I naie to nu-
Knowledge it ! I wanted it to accompli-h
wonders and It just won't accomplish
anvlhliig. Three mouths, aud scarcely a
bill passed of aiiy'liupoituucc, yet thu
noble army ol law-makers solemnly as
semble with au air of Immediate execu
tion. Investigations are said to be pro
gressing behind the eloscd doors of var
ious committee rooms, hut we may en
duie our leveri'h curiosity as best we
may, and ou the lloor private hllN are be"
lug ni-licd through with a dim hope ot
dliulshlng the pile, hut every day bung"
to unlucky members n new assortment.
Have you any Idea how theso poor
martyrs are beseiged ? At their residences
mercilessly renewed attacks. Cards
without number are brought to them;
legitimate biislnc.-s would demand
enough or their attention, hut there are
the persistent lobbyists whoso devices
vary every day. Doubtless the wide
sptead stoiles concerning the charms of
theso lobbyists makes you fancy them al
together lovely. .Some of them may be
but not those who haunt thecapitol. .Men
hao their own methods which we can
not so well criticise, but the women who
till the reception rooms, the regular
corps of crusaders hi this miserable war
fare upon conscience and right, what can
we say of themV
. sct.ni: i. tin: su:.v.vri:.
That endle.-s Clioi pennliig claim N still
begging to be heard. Thu expciienco
of years of defeat never wearies the ap
plicants ; they rather like the excltetncht.
mid this year. In addition to ail oilier
agenU, have enlisted Kate Stanton. Her
really brilliant intellect ; her ready pen
and personal f.i-clnatlons are all engaged.
At present, benator Spencer Is the targe'
tor the whole battery, so to-day, in tho
public gallery, thallium was sitting be
tween Miss Stanton anil one of her famil
iars In such elo-u proximity and In such
Intimate fashion as to attract unusual at
tention mill dls.Mt. Miss Slantou was
richly dressed, but she had thrown off
both hat and cloak ; her long, blonde
hair was but slightly coullned, and there
tliose two women were talking and sinll-
lug as H supremely happy, while "the lit
tie fat sutler" (as he Is known In Ala
Damn) sat winking mid blinking with
about as much expression In Ids dsgu.t.
Ing face as any other aiihnid. (I ben
the pardon of the entire animal kln-'dom
lorthe comparison, but he isn't a vegela-
bleor a mineral.)
Kxcept Miss Stanton, I havu not seen a
passably good looking woman among the
lobbyists, i hey are usually over-drcsscd,
panned Hideously, anil when one sees
them lying In wall tor their prey they are
ny no means eiiarinlng. lieally nierlloil
...ID I. Ill I I. . . 1
us niun iiuiri liven such am. .Men are
quite willing to argue a Jut cause
among themselves. I wondered to-day
If the honorable senators upon the lloor
eaw the scene hi the gallery and what
I hey thought about It !
Thcio was a spicy debate ye-lctday up.
on the Indian bill. Tho-e Indians are no
Jokutotlio.ewhoaio compelled to live
near their nervations, but thu topic
nevei comes bel'oro our legislators with
out eliciting any amount ol wit. When
over Mr. Oge-hy il-es to hi, feet llicie
Is a cessation ol wilting and tniUn.,.
chairs are wheeled round and even-hoile
listens. The old gentleman 1, nlwuyn
lliient ; 1m shaken that iiiuiid wbt ...i
in an emphatic gesticulation when his
bauds are also busy pointing bis mean.
ing; hl3 merry eye twinkle with conta-
k'lou inn, and all His big bo ly becoiuu
"agncUc. Illshlls yootcid.iy were not
such as lo bear -cpaialion from Ihclr
contcxl, but If you will rend Ids Hpicch
you will easily uudcisland why thoso
grave and reverend seigniors ulteily foi
got their gravity ,,r Induced j explo
sion every two mlniilcs. Is that
sentence an odd one? Well, please tell
me If laughter Is not nil explosion of
gravity and sending that eminently re
spectable bid tiresome attribute out id'
sight and hearing! This pu..iliig ques
tion of the Hlnck Hills Is vexatious
enough. Senator Oglcsby Insists that
the red men nr.? quite ns lit lor citi
zenship n the black men; that they
ought lobe amenable to law nnd that we
might at least try the experiment, Mnce
all others have, failed. Ills allusions to
the "unwritten policy," by which Ihc
Ka-irrn anil .Middle Stales shook oil the
Indians, were very ninulug. The poor
wretches really seem to have no right to
existence in our midst since they nro so un
christian ns to cherish undying hatred for
the white men, who have taken them
from their wide domain. What n pity,
that ll'lhey can't comprehend the beauty
of lorglvucss or the charm ol loving their
enemies, that they eoiinot learn the phi
losophy which bravely endures diater
nnd robs misfortune of Its) sting by
laughing in Its taee. Hut the red man's
laugh Is something as awful as his war
cry and his smile (V) that Is hideously
suggestive of bilking cruelty that one
never desires lo see It twice, so I don't
know whether file could be disarmed hi
si:n-atoi: lion I II.
Among all the gentlemen tilling tho-e
senatorial chair- there Is not one attract
lug more addition than the bachelor
from California. Ills erect llgure and
dlgnlllcd cairiage ghc an air of distinct
lion ; his perfect complexion, soil brown
hair and pleasant . smile make him de
cidedly handsome, and then If you know
him you will llnd an added charm in the
low rich voice ami courtly manner which
are so eniinlncntly his own. Ho makesi
but few speeches, yet those few carry
weight and he commands a degree ot
pleased Attention which is never accorded
to his colleges (Senator Sargent) . Sena
tor llooth ri-cs gently and jstands easily ;
he never hurries In speech or inanncr
but Senator Sargent occupies his chair
under protest; he U never happy unless
he is on his feet, but while selling he rest
lessly watches an opportunity to speak-,
aud even while writing you can sec his
ears are alert to catch any excuse for
da-hing ofl his eye glasses and springing
iiii like a iack-ln-the-bo.v. Then he al
ways snaiics and aggravates ; there Isn't
a bit of calmness in his composition either
l ih vslcalor mental. He brushes his hair
the wrong way and he rubs ng.iln-t
everybody's pet prejudices, while his
words tumble out In such haslo that al
his speech Is a .putter,'but,poor man '. we
hould Judge hhn kindly since bis belter
hall belongs (0 the Soro-ls and the sen
ate lloor Is to him a heaven where he can
assert himself without fear of a conjugal
quietus'. If California Judgo their .sena
tors by the number of times their nan.es
iiiuiearlii tltu record they must think
s:M.rritit fi iili!ii1i nf Imliintrv i'l l'
vigilance, but we who kiiowsomctblngor
the congressional mill understand that the
luesday, you know, was a holiday, and
alter a holiday one doesn't settle back to
work easily. Sunset Cox didn't llnd thu
speaker's chair all his fancy painted it,
and I don't believe ho would again so
ardently coyct Its distinction. It Is curl
ous how our Illusions vanish when antici
pation becomes reality. .Mr. Kerr re
turned from his biicl absence in greatly
improved health, but ho looks quite too
frail to endure nil the wearing, Incessant
strain which the speaker must endure.
une never sees him in society, but Mrs.
iverr receptions are del ghtlul. "Wll.
lard's" is unusually gay this winter since
i eilu?..dnys .Mrs. Kerr receives, and
i nursduys Mrs. New, the pretty wifeot
inu ire.isiner, nonis her court. .Mr. New
is wondcrliilly young to hold so luipor
taut a place, but be has lilted it adinlra
uij, nun one never hears Gen. Spinner
named, Indispensable as his services were
deemed a year ago.
ir.N. iiaiicock's acijl'ht.m,
was icccivcil Wl Ii nil versa !i.ll..l,f
i eopie (iiiurt stop to think of pos-lhlu
political complications or niiythhiL' ev.
cept their personal icgard for the charm
Ing gentleman who has made a friend ol
every one who knows hlni. The only won
oer.is, mat, with bis kindly Impulses and
willingness to oblige, he was not more In
oicu in tho schemes of those adroit
rascals who sought his ruin. Our
uioiignts t once turned to bis sweet
wite, who bus borne tho trial of nnvletv
and suspense with such noble faith In her
husband and such brave courage! Mrs.
Avery was present on Thursday eventn.r
at a children's ball, her ilrst appearance
o puonc mice .Mr. Avery's conviction,
for now she thinks a second tilal will se-
cine me acquittal of her hu-bntid al-0.
neru w in ue new sensations now by the
i:irniti i, xorus.
-.in uxpeuitiou is llttlng out at I.oiils-
mho, to go to the ltlaek Hill.,
l'lll,..l.r,. m. im
.......v. lain . i iidsii who are
posieu say mat llabcock's lecture will be
William liauudge, a promislm
young iiiiiu of IVkIii, Illinois, was kicked
lo ueain ny a colt near that city on Hun-
i i eniy-iive teams croi.-eil.lhu river at
jsoiux wy ou i riilay, for the llkick Hills,
and among other things In thu outfit was
abllllaul table and all thu Uxtiires r.u-n
-The llaiilord Times IniiiL's. mil il.r.
noii. iwvi.i A. Wells n a candidate for
thu Democratic nomination In the Tblni
v-uiigressionai iiisiiicl. Wells Is a l.lb.
crai Ucpubllcaii aud favors lice trade and
-Chicago Times i llabcock lias grow n
suspicious o all mankind. A traveling
Methodist colporteur handed him u
tuict entitled "A guilty conscience mo Is
ui accuser," and ho Healed him us it ho
were nn nilfiil villain from whom he
leared sonic bue design. Hu Is not go.
ing lo bo anybody's, dupe aller lids.
Twn I'-it-mllon. Mo.. nnWKImlii'i-
edllors, named llawklnsand Klerolf, who
nave oeeii at loggeiiicaus lor some time.
settled their suiiaMile on Friday, by
Kleroli; emptying the contents of lour
chambers of a revohcr Into Hawkins.
The Odd Fellow 4 nl I 'online, In this
State, held n meeting iccrtUly lo make
arrangements lor a big celebration In
that city on the 'JilthnfApill. Tiny are
anticipating nu Immense gathering of
members of the order, and expect a dele
gation from every lodge within the Stale.
The tornado that vWled St. Chailes,
Mo., ou Sunday afternoon, only lasted
live minutes but hi tliat lime dealt out
both death mid destruction at u rapid
rate. A number of persons were scib
ously Injured, while two were killed out
right. The damage to prnpeity Is esti
mated at live hundred thousand dollars.
The population ef Texas has more
than doubled since the war. In Its urulh.
eut portion, not far lioiu the Louisiana
Hue, it has qimdiiiplcd. Lands about
Marshall, Austin and Dullls, which in
lsilitaiT were worth only two dollars and
a half per acre, cannot he bought now lor
twenty-live or llliy dollars per i.ere, ne
cordln''..t,ucinii.'Ni'"i,y t tlu growing
elly. "nd tho :
-CI.?IVJl? oiiTol Gov. Iteverldgo par
doned pcuileiillary birds turned up In
Chicago recently. His name Is Harney
lleiisoii.und be was arrested In tbatclly for
going Into tho house of a woman and
kicking up a disturbance, and lor kick
ing the landlady when she Invited him to
leave, When Hciison was searched at
the station liou-e, a pardon from Gov.
lteveiidge was found hi his pocket, which
had been granted but a short time ngo.
American Newspaper llejiwttr. "It Is
a great year for the old man. Grand
fathers who have been neglected and
made to feel that they were In the wny
and wl-hed they were dead, who have
long been thrust nway in the kitchen
and left to mumble to themselves In the
chimney corner, are astonished by being
brushed up ot an evening and brought
into the parlor, Miero they were shown
oil' to the company as Centennial relies.
'Grandfather, you knew iV'.t'hliigton.
didn't youV screams a graud-daiighter
ln bis ear, for he is very deaf. 'Yes,
yes,' says grandlather, 'the Gen'rel
borcr'd a chaw terbacker of inu many
and many a time!'' The old man Is go
ing to Philadelphia, sure.
The people of McGregor, Iowa, and
vicinity are raving about artesian wells,
and the capitalists there have organized
a stock company for the sinking of one.
A large amount of funds have already
been subscribed and boring has been
commenced, l'raitie du Chlen, Wiscon
sin, has an artesian well In running or
der, second to none in tho volume of wa
ter mat comes lioiu it. i his well 1- lino
leet deep, and the water will rise to the
iieigui oi u icet tnrougn a pipe s luciic
In diameter. The water U lib'hlv line
tured with oxide of Iron, so much so that
the rocks over which it runs are colored
f4,., .s-.iiit riiysieiuii.
community owe so inmb as to tho honest,
Mir-poKcn puysician, win. does hi, act
mil duty both tolilm-eliamltn i,i - 11,1 Intil
ItcullV Skillful rllVsh'Oll w :.r,i ,.t .,
ous that their virtues need no lucntiou, and
ncmc me aiivertl-einjnt of Dr. It. X,
I'Icrce, ofllallalo, amy null claim the raad'
a iiuumiuij. nr. norm H a tvpt of a
diss of men who obtain lll?P-'4l til' nnif.ilnl
ami well directed clftirt. not attempting too
imicii, ur.croainif.' lal.e Iilea- as to the abil
II.. Ml. . . .
. UU Ulllt 1 U 1U U Hill -l.'l!ltl If. ,1......
uyH ol complicated di-onlcrs and lil"h
pressuro living 1- tlio ".m Hallst." ilm mm.
who iiiKler.-tanils hh one braii,.li ..r n,
Diislness. sjiieh In h U lino u Dr ii...-..
iMirinu benclltof Ids realer-be lia- wilt
ten fi ITinninnii Si.m.n M.oA..i ,.i.t . ..
which I-w ell worth resillns by tlio,o wi'io
.w.. r... nuin. mill Mlll'l liulliess
honor. IiIl'Ii nrnli Mslnn-il .rm
. " iL-.i-uii;uiu
Iff'-, lltlil ii I'ir.... t.nr.i- iif . . . .
. ' . .. " ..! 'tiiiiias-n-ants,
Dr. l'icrco will doubtu.s mai,0
ii.umu laiiiiiuir ui "iiou-i'lioiil wonls.
.wry wtstk lest ly Jo tin- i.iilrily ..rile
ile''iilr,'' lliehlar .-ii:ii.irK,l i..r. 'uu,
?.i','','ir.ii"t 'ii1?'.'.? ''"P"' ,(i "''""''ipaii r. uluslm'i il,
in nil IMuiu, rlurmliiK Huifw, laic, kmims.
Kiitfiu. (.nriiiT," or i-iii-i. i,r Sw inilti'i -m
iuaeks. iiml llnmbiiK's. ItU ,y till l.4 tlit
ii . 1 . "'"o inuii icmrj iniiw ih,
Itiiut l.y I W (mi ilellKliinl diiliM rlUin, . ,l.il,ll,h-
Ihii.r It Uii"lainllv l.lnnl, " ..ml u .V,,,,,), tl.
r- Hilly ;ii.ir. It wllfnun. )i.u r,,,Mi Miii buIii
illjil ami Kiu. vim niuil ilillKliimi itmliiiK lor n
uliuli' yciir, full not In nili-criK' Now
FOUri..l!'.'.r.l."!l"! Fu'"dl '''""iios are k'lvui
.m i 'J ,"",u V" " aili.iiniliue
("inilli'S, all inoiiiitisl ,,.a,ly in inu,.. nicruiiii.
tiwli r, yoii wiiit the llaiimr, ,u imui.ny It
jir. nr l nr ia.i r nnjl lunr Uanllliil mii c-1 1 1 -
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un'i iiii iirtrriiii inn, ! nu
2 'l;v-. (.rKeni.i. IVrllii.ary llulr'oils,
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ami in o.ir.i..n- iiiii-lrinNofli-IU-rii liii-i rlX
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l.l'l lu-'d'!") 1,1 fil''' "'"""Hi ilnis
ril vwIsmbm aTft
u nuuiii rensions are
U A TT Vmiiv.. Soldlor
i 'if C. . i '"l:l wm 10 in mo nuu
r.T. . . .uul'i ntuer oj anciaont or
oiherwtibouUlbaioi ,,erjiloi Tboloaaol
A flnar ntltlra vftn inn ' i a
Tho l(M9 Of a too ulvin vn . nimalon.
Tho low of an evo kItU you a pension.
who aro aowawliiiMi .c3onro)Mtly ctU
Aajrc.ji, H. FlTZCeRALD,
Uni!l.nM''?i,iI,!m Ant iMPUMirOLISjlNft
BlfOii ull ieltvn mark r, o. Uox CLM
"'m H. I '.vJ M, .lKiui'mcn.
GOOD H SMOKERS!
im' v.,y,?.n.r".'' y0".10!'1'1 ',,.t nn irot.ll
... ni " ..vol ynuil V HIIIOKI'd llll'll
" niilouii fiiHliloiiof r.it llmfftMlmiue.l to
(I be matin fail ii i ir i bv Hie u c nf imb uii.l M 1,
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. h.i ...... ... i ...... .... ..iiiuunii
VARRAIITED UNE CLEAR HAVANA PILLED C1SAP. m PiVE CEM
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In .11 lli rule, bl flllli.tn nin!b l lpir nl lliuiuini' rule n- Ihv, fa it. Illly, urn li
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ciiiimm, anil 1.WJI up llii'ijiulil or tlit- ( Itfnr, lur tliu 11111I11.1I inlliinlinre ol tin 111 ,1 lw, thr run
siimirii, 1111. 1 llit-ir iik ul-j.
Givo mom a Trial
Sole Agents, Cairo, Ills.
F- M. BTOGKFLETH,
Importer and Wholcsalo Doaler in
Wilier and Liquors,
tZ UJilU JbJliVJUJU, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Kcopa a fu1 Htock of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KKLLV ISLAxNl) A$) (LIFOHXIA WINES.
ONLY SI.25 A YEAR.
The Gumble Wagon
SIANUt'ACl UIII.'I) IIV
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BE8T and CHJiAPEST WAOON UAH
MANUFACTORY, OniO LEVEK
Near Thirth j'ourtli Stroot
MKiiiifucturoHliIs own llonio SIioph anil
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Mrasrs II V. h . S " '. ' "l"i 11-71.
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l.tlllim In irlif i,.j. ulu t, lifiin-il tlnn, liiiitli.a
litimtiK'rt lh. iiin..llc lluii.'ilv, ,, 1 , , ,,,
fill.- 1MH llif r.;hll. WM'. .- tViV ' "'"
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tt;;i....ii II. ,17 Vmlr Inril fc , Wff
ii Clunr n vou would wNh to Hinolin fo
. UllrlllU tllll Will- I'Otll Wllllt II II to IIOll
cull lol ii ' n"n "4lt Clrfar.
l.i,,. . i- .., .... . i .i ... i i .. n... 1. 1.r.o.i
aad bo Convinced.
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
, wiuum mr uoui oy 1110 car-load
.on, or in liORHhcadH, for aliipmont! 1,110 ""ltlu will pubil-ii ull tbe local nowi
womptlv uttondod to.
l (-'aim. and a variety or Commercial, I'o
wflo lnrgo consumorfl nnd ull ,, , . . ,
jnanulnoturorn, wo nro prepared ,mtal' ro"lK'iantI (Jonoral Newn, and on-
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
z l....' ..... n -iiiuiinu:ti
M" U Kuviil Uu Mill. ...
tmtAt ",u CouI r"ot ""i'"i'ty-i:iKi.t
Ql'nt O 111 rp DraTTi r. .'HO.
MUirnic ii: i.i:i:s.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
U'lioliwilr and I.iaU D,icr, (n
Toroieu nndv Domestic
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
MliShlH . SSIVTH A CO Imve iniiMuntly
a Jamil bKii k nl' thu Inat kuoiU in lliu
r .'"i, .',rt!.1.U,i"aK.('1"1 t" the Hhoueu
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Hoollngnnd GuttorliiBa Sp ocialty
Slnto Jloofiing a Specialty in
pun u ouuiiiurii
jiBhtniiiR RortH, Pumps, Stovos
JnliljlnK Prompt!- Doun.
H Dill l Bl
Leading Journal of Southern
S'llUte:nl(a.tly oiiioic tlio pollclei ol tb
Iti-jiubllcin party, anil refund to b tram
mi-llt-il utho dictation ol ny cllijuo In tho
I'. Iicilevcs that the Itepnbllcan party hu
fulfilled lu uilrtlon, and tliat the Demo-
, emtio party as now organized tbould te re
1 -torcd to power.
It Ijcilcvca tbe Radical tyranny that ba
for several years ojijirewcd tbe SouU?
aliould be overtbrown and tbe people ct tb
.Soutlitrn State- pcriultted to control tbtir
It bcllcvos tbat railroad corporation
khoul.l i. ..-oi.n.iteil by Ii-gldlatlve enarli
mem- from extorting ,nJ unjuitly ducrinv
Inatlng In tbclr bunlne.a trataactloai wltb
It rccoijnlcii tbe equality ot all men
fore tbe law.
It advocates Irce commcrco tariff for
It sdvocatcc rciumptlon of specie pay.
meat, and lioncst payment of tbe public
It tdvocatts economy in tbe a.liulnlnUa-
tlnn ol pulillc aQxirr
AS A NEWSPAPER
M ,MM loloren rt
T II K
I" a tlilrty-two column paper, lurnlsbeit to
sulibcrlbcrH lor tbe low price of
$1 25 PER TEAR,
l'o-tngc propald. It Is ibo cheapest paper
lu tbo West, and Jg a pleasing Klroelde
VWtoran.l Family Companion.
Cannot fall to ico tbo ui. -Waled Induce
ments ottered by Tho Bulletin In tbe way
ol cbcap and urofltable advortliemente.