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e4lr Every Piter.
(from oar regular corrroii1ent.)
Pnti.inti rnu, Inne S1, 7(5.
Itiere U perlitps no nation participat
ing In Uh display In Fatrmoruit I'ark
Who nliiMllon may bo tallied villi
rnor profit ami pleasure than Hint of
It wems to have born tlio object of tins
, 'country not o nincli to aiivrruso it pro
duct In tti market of nations, at to ail-
dress iUolf In a friemlir and sociable way
to the he-art and intelligence. In tlii ro
sport, Sweden I In marked and refresh
ing contrast with almost every other na
tion. It moraewnat cinencnanuug io uiom;
of us who have soon France, Italy and
Germany through the magnifying haze
of history, literature, or in the drama of
great achievements, to meet them here in
the role ot shopmen nnd huxster, each
trying to excel the other In magnificence
of hoi-wlndowj, and making the visi
tor feel unhappy because he ne fleeted to
bring sufficient pocket money to buy
them all out. But Sweden masks or
subordinates her avarice. The feature
ofher exhibition which attract most a t
tention, are the costumed litelike groups
In plaster, representing scenes in the do
mestic life ot the
WKDISII COMMON PEOPLE.
In one of these an old mau nnd his w ife
are seated at a table ; he appears to be
reading aloud from the bible, while she
listens in reverential silence. Another
tableau represents an old clockmaker lis
tening to the persuasion of his wife in be
half of a young peasant and their daugh
ter standing by, intent upon matrimony.
The zeal of the mother for the cause,
the grave deliberation ot the lather,
and the respectful, anxious suspense of
tfio vnunir cninile are all very liOWOf-
lully portrayed. Xo detail of a rigor
ously truthful representation is omitted ;
the tableaux have been modeled lrom
well-known pictures ; the physiognomy
is of a pronounced national type, and the
clothing hw been purchased second hand
from Swedish peasants. Other groups
represent a mother weeping over the
cradle of her dead Infant ; a bride and
. groom in the cheap gorgeousness of their
wedding finery, and a Laplander drawn
by a reindeer over fields of snow roprr.
ented by cotton, against a back ground
of aurora borealis. A contemplation of
the hut group will prepare the visitor to
appreciate the fine display ot furs of
otter, sable, minx, fox, seal, etc., that are
in this section.
On the opposite side of the main aisle,
and separated lrom the principal Swedish
aection, Is a
In marked contrast with that which we
have just seen, it consists ot Swedish
soldiers in plaster, representing diflercnt
branches of tlie service, artillery, cav
alry and Infantry, uniformed and armed
cap pie. There Is also a btcrl cannon
with its caison, a gun which Is something
like our Uatiinx gun, ami many arms
and uccoutseiuciita uilerii and antique
Near the military exhibit is that of the
technical art schools ; these are supported
Uy the government in the cities and large
towns, the sessions being held in the
evenings and on Sundays. The students
are young working people ot both sexes,
and their attainments as represented here
in architectural, mechanical and hind
Bcaue lira vi 1112 ni-u u- 111 111c
construction of luiH'lmnical models
indicate a high degree of efliciencv. But
1 will reserve for a future letter a luUcr
notice of the Swedish educational ex
hibit, which, while on the w hole not su
perior to our own, has Isolated joints of
superiority that we may profitably
study. I was particularly impressed
with the excellence of their maps and
charts of all kind, geological, astro
comical and mathematical, as well a
geographical. The latter are in marked
contrast with the varigated. misleading
blotches which under ths names of Guy
ot, Cc oelL, Mitchell an 1 others are iin
pfA on the school children ot the Tint
ed States. Their charts of pictures for
the sdacatton ot the eye and for object
UMtrutUoa are very good, and their
desks are models ot simplicity, strength
and convenlenee but not ol beauty.
In ths purely industrial portion of her
exhibit, lite Swedish Iron and steel
make the most Imposing display. The
exhibitors of these metals are twenty
eight in number and tliey include the
two largest firms In the kingdom, one at
Motols and the other at Saudoik. Huge
Dais, wheel and Ingots of iron and
sleel are arranged in columns and pyra
wids twenty or thirty feet in heighth
producing tho impreasion that Sweden
produces In abundance, an excellent
quality of the most useful ol all metals.
The display oi furs by I). Forssel &
. Co. ol Stockholm, are constantly sur
rounded by groups of admiring ladies.
v-pun cuuiyariug uie. prices Willi IHOSS
of various similar articles sold in this
country, 1 found ths Swedish furs consid
eariy evvy European country, it
would seem from the redundant
ootcmous display In the main
" building, dsshes to com M-te'ln porcelain,
. and China ware. Sweden 'is no eiceiu
Hon, ana her display is about as fine as
say of them.
lucre has been an encouraging in
crease in the number ot visitors to the ex.
position this week. On Tuesday, which
was observed as a holiday tor the dec
oration ol the graves of tlie soldiers, the
attendinca fnh ti. 1 . .1
t . . w wwrgcsi mere
mi Fimn 1111 11 111 1 1 11 r 11
Wsdaeaday the exposition was visited
iy or them accompanied by ladies.
Tbt advent Of the Knights, and their
mad Darant oa Wednesday, was an
-n. (U..Urit.. xrt t
. u 11 ,T , X ,
a MHuvnuwi wni to, uwncu'iYs
looking men, armed with 1rp
words and decked with lmlvs nnd
sashes, each w ith a biff feather In his
chnpeau, joined in the pnradc. nnd
imin hed up one stive t and down another,
to the music of halt n hundred brass
bands. ( '.
The other day a Black Hills stage
driver undertook to horsewhip hi pas
sengers into getting out and pushing up
hill, but the gold-seekers held a coroner's
liupiest and lonnil that he died of pneu
monia. A Milwaukee man mailc three unsuc
cessful attempts to blow his bruins out.
and then his wife told Mm : '-Won't try
It again. John ; you haven't got any."
He goes nbout saying he owes his life to
-'I'll take it, Top," said Tiou Came
ron when the family patriarch settled
the secretaryship of war upon him, "but
II I'm going to conduct the olllcc accord
ing to our family traditions, there will Ik
an investigating committee alter me in
just alKUit thirty days." liroollyn Argun,
At the Centennial opening one of
Philadelphia's fairest daughters. 11 lady
ol culture, and a member ot one of the
best families, wore a dress costing but
fifty cents, It being made with her own
hands. Itconsistcd often yards of Mailt
ler calico, nt four cents per yard ; rulllcs
of the same material ; and trimming ten
cents; total fifty cents."
An eastern paper having had con
siderable to say about "raising chickens
by hand," the Galveston A km responds:
"Such information is not needed nt the
south. The whole colored population
know how to do it, and an enterprising
freedman can raise more pullets In a sin
gle night, on his way home lrom prayer-
ineetinff. than that eastern editor could
raise in a year with all his science."
Mary K. Pallas writes: "The mo
ment a girl has a secret from her mother,
or has received a letter she dare not let
her mother read, or has a friend of w hom
her mother does not know, she is in
danger. The lewrr secrets that lie in
o - -
the hearts of women at any age the bet
ter. It Is almost a test of purity. In
girlhood do nothing that, if discovered
by your father, would make you blush."
During a recent performance at a
'Paris theater, a mn and his wite had a
quarrel on the stage the woman in a
rage ol jclousy, the man trying to per
suade her that she was to suspicious and
too passionate. Both were acting with
great spirit, when -the wife moved her
arm too near a candle, and her muslin
dress was iu tlamcs in an instant. Both
actors kept their presence ol mind, how
ever. I he husband extinguisiiea me nre.
and proceeding w itu his part, interpo
lated : "You see my dear, I was right. I
You are ready to flare up for the least
Medium, Kaluta ami Jugglers.
From the St Louis Glvbe-Drmcferut't
interesting review of ''Spiritualism and
allied causes and conditions of nervous
derangement," by ex-rfurgeou General of
the United States Army Hammond, we
extract the following :
Among mediums, both hottest and dis
honest, there are ieroii who cause
others to believe that they can iertorm
to well-known laws of nature, sucii as in
creasing or diminishing the stature, sus
pension iu the air, or leviution, and in
creasing the weight of ttie human body
or ouiocLS, so mat iney can not be iitteJ
without the application of far more than
the ordinary lore'. In connection with
this subject, tlie well-known levitations
of Mr. Home are mentioned, as well as
his feat or floating in the air, as narrated
by two eye-witnesses. Ihese are fresh
iu the minds of every reader, and a de
tailed account of them is. therefore.
unnecessary. But taking tlie evidence
of the case solely on its own
merits. Dr. Hammond finds that it is in
sufficient to obtain credence lor the as
sumed fact. It we were to receive the
air floating ot .Home with the evidence on
which it rests, we would have to receive
also the hundreds of instances narrated
on much better authority of the levita
tions ol the saints, by angelic ower, and
of witches by satanic agency, the truth
of which no (x-rson in his senses w ill be
readv to admit. Home is said to have
elongated his body more than a foot by
supernatural means, but it has been
proved that any troii can add an inch
or two t; ' stature by a itcculiar rigid
ity of the joints, and it U certain that the
imaginations ot Home's beholders did
'But the saints did far more astound
ing things with their bodies than 31 r.
Home w ith all his spiritual aid has ever
been able to attempt Gorres states that
the blessed Ida of Louvain. who lived in
the convent of Koscnthal, was so tilled
with the desire to render herself accepta
ble to the Lord that one night, as she oc
cupied a bed with a very devout nun, her
intense longing so niieu lier soul, that
very soon au me members ol her body
organ u nweii ana quickly assumed
monstrous proportions. Tlie'skin of one
ot her legs burst, and she ever afterwards
hail the cicatrix. The ioor nun, her
bed fellow, did not know w hat to think
ot this enormous amplification of the
aaiiiuy ma. ami ner situation was ren
dered in addition plivs cal v uncoiiifort.-i.
ble, lor the swelliuir Ida went on enlanr.
Ing, till she occupied all but a verv uar
row strip of the bed. Suddenly," how
ever, things changed. Ma's body dimin
ished little by little, till at last it was
reuueeu 10 au extrcmelv m nuta 7p
This phenomenon was reproduced us she
was returning iroin church with ir
friend. Here we have the tcaimony of
a ucvuiu woujcii iu iippjri ot tho al
leged miraculous event, and the evidence
is as good as any adduced iu favor of .Mr.
uome s elongation. "
in regard to leats ol Ievitation.lt U
well known thut the Brahmins ol India
uo far more wonderful tricks by hirer.
aenuttinthan any performed by Home.
-a iew years ago 1 saws) ol. Stodard,
urliA .... 1.. .... '
""r "u rcMueu in inuia, and was ci.
hibiUiighls skill lu nu'-io at Eirvutian
Hall, London, cause a female confederate
loreuiam iu mo air altera table on
" "itu c u ueen reclining was re-
moveu. ixmg wauds weae passed
1 lurougu mo ir auove ana below her,
I without any sunport beinir del
...1 .1 .-- . .
uiuer uiau a aicuucr cuius wiilcll site held
I L 0,,e ?.Via:5 . . wb .'u n'ted oa tl"
I luzht of It. but is often ouotwl hv...rir.
I uhtio writers to establish the iiossibll.
I lt? ?1 viutioa."
' ,tatlon n9',f 'he saints is
. mon c"JIUt lf've8 Hat of
j sum mtea up ny uneeen power, among
which are St. Philip Neil, St. Catherine
Coluinhina. St. Ignatius l.oyoln. St.
1,'ohcrtde I'alentin, St. IVt imrd I'tolo
m.el, St. Philip Iteiiita. St. Caietanus,
St Alter ol Sn iiy. St. Dominic, together
with many others, St. Christina, Who
was raised up after death, was re
stored to life and was thereatter so lisjlit
that she could run with great swiftness.
A nun named Seraphiue, had so strong a
tendanev to rise that sl sisters could
not liohi her down. St. Duustan. arch
bishop of Canterbury, also w as a levltator,
and also caught the devil by the nose
wit a redhot pair of pincers. ' At the in
stigation of this saint, Kliva, the wife of
Kdwy, was most cruelly murdered.
Father Pomiiiie Carmn I'echaux floated
in the nir, ami w hile in this position was
so left that he was blown about like a
soap bubble. One Kater morning St.
Thomas, of Vallanova. was walking In
the palace witty his breviary, when lie
was seized with ecstacy, and' carried up
from tlie ground.'remaining suspended
in the air from C o'clock In the morning
till 5 In the evening. A great num
ber of persons, in nnd out of the house,
came to see him in that state. St. Peter,
of Alcantara, while saying his Breviary,
in the high road, was elevated in the nir
In this position several feet above the
earth, and was seen by many travelers,
who waited till he had regained his senses,
in order that they might receive his
blessing. The Saint, however, over
powered with humility, came down and
ran away as fast as he could."
In regard to mediums who profess to
exercise a curative influence, the case is
different. The hope which springs eter
nal in tlie human breast prompts
persons sick of any disease of
long standing to believe that some
good influence may bo exerted by
tlie power of the medium, and, since
they have unsuccessfully tried other reme
dies, they are the more ready to
confide In supernatural means.
Hem e, charlatans who work on the im
aginations ct the sick and induce them
to believe their condition improved, have
alwavs been numerous, nnd probably
continue to be so until ignorance ami
superstition are banl-hed lrom the mass
of the people. The effect and subsequent
results of working- on tho imagination
nn happily shown by the following in
As soon as the powers of nitrous oxide
gas were discovered, Dr. Beddoes at once
concluded that it must necessarily be a
specific for paralysis ; a patient was se
lected for trial, an d the management ol
it was intrusted to Sir Humphrey Davy.
Previous to the administration of
the gas, he inserted a small ther
mometer under the tongue of
the patient, as he was accustomed to do
on such occasions, to ascertain the tem
perature, with a view to future compar
ison. The paralytic man, wholly ignor
ant of the nature of the process to which
he was to submit, but deeplv impressed
from the represention ot t)r. Beddoes
with tlie certainty of its success, no soon
er felt the thermometer under his tongue
than he concluded the talisman was in
full operation, and in a burst of enthusi
asm, declared that he already felt the
eflect ot its lenign influence throeli his
w hole body. The opportunity w as too
tempting to be lost. Davy cast one in
telligent irlance at Coleridge, and desired
his patient to renew his visit on the fol
lowing day, when the same ceremony
was performed and repeated every suc
ceeding day for a fortnight; the patient
rapidlv improved during that ieriod,
when he was dismissed as cured, no other
application having been used."
From th Chicago EvcoiuK Jotiniul. J
All the States having now appointed
their delegates toj the Republican Na
tional Convention, the New York 7Vi-
Luiie gives the following summary of
their preferences for the presidency :
Whole vote of the convention 7."iO
N'ecessarr for a choice :!T0
For Mr. Blaine :'M
For Mr. Morton I :w
For Mr. Bristow U"i
For Mr. Conkling s
For Mr. Hartrantt 5
For Mr. Hayes PI
For Mr. .lewell in
For Mr. Washburne 1
According to this table, Mr. Blaine
lacks onl seventy-seven votes of a ma-
ority. It is a noteworthy fact that every
State that Is certainly He publican baa
appointed Blaine delegates.
Hip I'ttnlaKe-Sttatiip Ulrl.
ir'rom the New York Kvn ing l'ot )
From the Information ol a large num
ber of our correspondents who have man
ifested great interest in the attempt of
a little Sunday-school girl of this city to
collect 1,000.000 ol cancelled postage
stamps before the 1st of July, we are able
to say that their kindly oflcred assistance
is not needed. The little girl is certain to
collect a great many more than
the required number ol stamps by
tlie time -tieciiied, and tbiw to secure her
promised annuity. It may bo of interest
tc persons who regard It as a well-nigh
impossible task to collect 11 million of de
faced postage stamps within a lew weeks
to know that we have had stamps to tlie
number ol nearly a million offered to us
within less than a week for this little
girl one correspondent alone oflering to
give her COO, 000 at once, and a well
known business urui or tins city prom
ising from 2,000 to 3,000 a week tor tiny
le:i"th of time.
Tit I'ljlna; Traiu Xrarlna; lh I'ai-lfie
niu 1 HtiiuiK, Kiiiiooii lit I'Ht-lllr
Omaha, Juue 3. Tlie last train rcailicil
Green Hirer at 5:-.0; lult Green Itivcr at
C:27, C hours uul 50 niiuuU s ahead ot
time. It was ut Uridgcr Ktntion at 7:W
a. uo., 7 hour and 10 minutes ahead oi
time. It arrived ;it Kvaimtou, distant
9j5 mile 8 from Onului, at 0:15. and de
parted it 0:'2, ahead hour and 15
Ths inaxiinuiii rate er mile, on cai )
01 1 lie mrec uivi.iioiu wm one minute,
and 011 onu division between Hi Springs
and Julesburg tho run was madu at the
rate of seventy to wjventj -two inile jxr
The traiu arrived at Oyd n ut 10:57,
Laramie time, and 10:27 local time, ts
hours and 27 minutes ahead of schedule
time. Average siwed over the t'nion
I'aelflc II miles per hour.
The trala passed Corinne, L'tah, at
At 0;:den, Utah, tho llhtniiig express
tram arrived at 10:22, local time, this
morning, five hours ahead ot time 5
made the run from Omaha to 0,'d-u In
just twenty-four hours ; made Kvanstou
to Ogdeu, Hventy-llve miles, lu seventy
nine minutes. The fastest time made
was fourteeu miles lu leveu minutes.
The train runs so last that It I lu a con-
stant cloud of dust. The passengers
look dusty ninl exhausted.
The fast train made Blue Crock, nine
teen mile from Corlnne. in nineteen min
utes. The train passed Tecomer at l:'Jt, To
ana at 2:07 J, nnd Wallet k at A2.
The train passed Palisade at 5:20 San
Francisco time. Average from Ogdeh
lorty-two and a half miles per hour.
Distance from Omaha l.X'.i) miles.
Mllll t astrr Time AtiHelnnf il.
Omaha, June U. The last train passed
Winnemucea, Nevada, at 8:20 p. in.,
1,151 miles westof Omaha nnd 474 miles
from San Francisco, nine hours and
twenty minutes ahead of schedule time.
It is exacted the Central Pacific rail
road will show very last time on the
home stretch lietwecn Sacramento and
San Franciso, arriving at the latter place
by S a. 111.
Dear Old "Yankee Doodle."
It Sinflt In ths heart! nl lha nnn!f Our hnn
la whistled It, our girls have sang and plated it
ur siuruy men nan marcneg is 11, ana now e navi
t in picture a grand and masterly production ot art,
ly A. M. Willard. The original adorns Memorial
Hall, at Fhiladelohia. and it dail admired h, lhnn.
indt. The copy Is a line chromo, and should adorr
he walls ol every American home.
II not found with your picture Dealer, send youi
rder to the publisher,
). f. RYDER, Cleveland, 0
SIZE 1 8 by 24 Inches.
PRICE By mail, $3.00; mounted ready lor tram
EAll for $1.00.
Irn elecunt shifts of Choice Music Rrrnniid
lor the I'iano Forte will 1 sent ly mail oa -
ceipt of one l llur, (Kft jiu i I ) 01 i-injfle ivyit
at cent each.
Kiev ran ah") l ordered lliromrlt nnr Btws
l ale in Hie I nltetl Matea.
IIiPli(T ilaya Instmrocntul Tom Hrown
IVhv ho i not Fonrut Clurilitir
Fur'O'er the W'uvea. - Maylulii
Iti'li Life Waltz - Mntiisa
Iiuwn whf ri' Hie Violets Orow Wmterne
When OMJrckon liu-l hi.i Day Wcctrnie
The Cir.mil Olil Farm ...Unlili-e
The t'ollejre (iiiiclistep UHlilari
'I here'rt u lA-tter in the C'amlltt loot?
Do yon Heally Think he I
AiMreas onlers to lteni. W. Hitetirork, Pub
5iliers..-ilThirJ Avenue N. Y. V--iImu.
City National Bank
CAPITAL., - - 100,00
W. P HALLIUAY, I'rrti lent.
II K N It Y I.. H. M.LI DAY, Vl,lrft.
A. B SAFKOIIU, fishier.
W A 1.1 hit HYsLoP. Ao't (oilier.
S. STAATH TAYLOR, It II. CeiOIWOHAW,
H L. iiALI.lUAV, W. I'. llALI.IUAT,
(i. 1). Wii.i.iAMiN. Smem i;iko,
A li. SAFFOKll,
Exchange, Coin and United States
idonas ijougnt ana uota.
DEPOSITS reoeivol and a irencrul banking
K KroM, President. H. Wells, rHliier.
I'. NiJl. ie Pres't. T, ,1. Kerlb, Ar t. nhli'r
MWalal VsfHHIl bIUUUI
Corner Commercial Ave. ki..l bth Stot,
llro-s, Cairo. Win. hliiye, ( airo.
N.-il. t Kiro. Win. Woli'e, I alio.
. MMiuika, (.'airo. It I., liillinifilny, v
, I'.ielti', l air.i 11. Welln, (huh.
F. II. I'riiikmuii, M. l-oiu.
UrBrial llmikinjr lliminesit lone.
Il-Exehanee no!d and bought Inleiewt iuil
n I In- MuviiiK linrliiH ill. t I ions made.
,.nd nil li'.-incnH ii.,nitly Httciidfl lo.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, I860
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. M SAFFOlilJ, President.
S. 8 TAYLOU, YicePrei.lent.
W. HYbLOP, tsec'vaudlnnEiirer.
P.'.V. BiRiiir, ( has (iALiuHan,
F.SI. l-rX K)-LTII, I'AI LIi M UCH,
It. 11. Ct-NMlMiHAAI. 11. 1, 1IAL1.1UAV,
J. M. I'HILLIl',.
INTKKKST paid ou Ueposita at the rate ol a
lieroent. tier annum, alanh Inland rtptem
x-r Int. iutere.it not witbdrawn in aldeil luime
liately to the priueiiml of the dejiodits, thereby
liviuK tlitm riimwouud interest.
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every buslnesaday from 9a.m. to 8 p.m.
a; aaturibty eraniu ga for Having deixMiU only
rum 6 to e o'cloek.
W. HYBLOP. Treasurer.
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
k Orders for Coal by the car-load
.avu, w. ,u uugauesas, lor ampmenc
To large conBumera and all
aanufaoturera, we are prepared
o supply any quantity, by the
vuiU wi jr, av unuorm raiei.
CAIK0 CITT COAL COMrUnf.
'ilU'y pfo.'a oflice, No. 70 Oula Levee
uid,Mjr Diu. a wnari boat.
At kwoilMu Mill. ...
At UlM X-AJMA 1)111111. r..) m.9 ITI.l..-11'l..k
1 I iwi V, tmii-ciiii
U-Ptftt OtBo Prawar, m.
0. N. HUGHES,
Insurance Agent J
OHIO XTi VT1J M.
Orr Mathnss Chl't.
NONR but Fiirt-tlans tonimiiies rejtra
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National BaJik Building, up-stairt.
The OldostEatablUhed Aarency in Sont 1
ern HUnoiB, repreaentinn ot-r
Blake e Go.
(Siii cesser to)
B. F. PARKER,
?aiuts, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, Sic.
Alwftvs on hand, the celebrated llliiminatin
Ooraer KleTenth Street and WaaUintr
. ton AYunua
UMMIMHIO. MI-K4II AVI.
K. .1. Ayrea. 8. V. Ayree.
AYRES & CO.
BOX and BASKET CO
Ab tin. la lianl un.l toft.)
PLOOHINQ, SIDLNO, IiATn, &0.
Mill and Yard.
Jornor Thirty-Fourth Street and
No snoliio U'VCi-,
T .11 tf.
H1IOI.LHAI.K latm t.llN.
STR ATT0N & BIRD,
AOENT8 AMKHIOAN POVTPKB CO
57 Ohio IiOtree.
O. D WILIJAMS0N,
K. 76 OHIO LEVEF.
SI'FCIAI. attimlioi i;ivin tuconnltinii'nti auj
To whom Pensions are
TkATn KVEHY, MOldler
XT f-fJ,TinHini Whiia In tho Unu
and dUoharg-e of Uuty, eitber by anoidant or
oiharwlaa, should havo a erjilon. Toe loaa ot
Sugar entitloa you to a ptmnion. A ruutUM
liu uiattwrbowiUrfbt, kItm rou a potulon.
The lou ot a too K'vea joa peuion.
TneloMotaneTauiTea you penaioo.
vrno are now drawUiy a ponjion, ara loayenu
fuFoopretfeatioa few) Boqnty Acta.
Addre,. h. FITZGERALD,
I7nitd State Claim Agent, Immimipolu, IxOt
MTOd aU letter marc I', O. Box 64. UM
t 1mm Uau la wtt uw rou u U0t kdvutlKaituw
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
ST, O. XXxielav,
BINDER AND BUNK liOOk
Bulletin Buildlnar, Cor. Twelfth Street
and WaaMsfftou Avenue,
yyt'onnty and ItailroaJWoii; Hk-i'1iiy
Leading Journal of Southern
Will ieaJTaptly oppose t tie tolt e ct la
Kepii) illran party, anl rcfusn to te tram
Dicllel the Uletation of anyclltjuo in thr
It tie.Ieveh that tlie Itcpublican purty
ullill J its tuiHnloD, anl tUat the llcnio
(ratio party a dow orgu!el Nboulu t e re
stored; to power.
It twlieves tUc K licnl tyranny tbat be
(or HcTeral years opproimpJ the Houtb
thould be overthrown and the people r i ibe
kouthern tatex peruiittft to control then
It believe that rillro.iJ corporation
tUoiilil be prohibited by legittlnllvf rr.acti
menu from extorting anl uujiintly iTiiu
Inattng in their lnlneM traotactlone wtts
It recogDi7rfn the equality Jot a n.ru
fore the law.
It aJvoiktea free rouUiire trl!t to'.
ret'i niie only.
advocates resiiinptlob ol speiK- piy
meot, antl bonert payment ct ttie publie
It aJvoratai economy in tb liiiiiilr-
tlon at public artit'r
AS A NEWSPAPER
The Uiilletio will publl-b mi the loc ai c.-wi
ct Cairo, and a vartfliy of C'ouuiieri lal, l'o
lllteal, Foreign nnd Oeneral News, and er.
doavor to pleae all taatea nn.t ir,tereit ah
Is a thirty-two roluniu paper, furni-iu-ii tr
subscribers tor the low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
I'ostace prepaid. It is ibe cheaper pa;o
in tba West, and la a plenin Kirusid
Vinitaraud Kaoiily CompKiiloii.
Canno t tail to see the tx'ivaled induce
usuts offered by 'ibe UuliLtln la tbn way
Ol cheat and profitable adve rtlrieaientr:.
(Or If pkeJ la t lino, crar)
13 MILES OIF
"- '-'- af - -""m m aaw '
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
KVIiltY 6TOVK IS
V Iicitm-t lr.l or mi.
A: Mlc!y Withaui : Fault !
ut K NEW
Nos. 37, 38, 39, 47, 48 and 49
Arc a Murvcluii!) 'umliltiutinii (
Anl all the K.-sciilial 1'iiinU llml rit In M,ik m
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
t.rr flercl lu the I'tilillc
Made I inly by Ibe
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
Stx . I'M, CM, i.r, an.) eiH .N. Ja, H ,
Nl. l.oiiii. Hit,
O. W. HENDERSON,
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Croceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 fihds New Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rico,
500 It'fchs Green and Bl k Tea.
ALSO, I'KAl.ntS IN
AMI OTIIKIt I'll' M't'l V..
;s, TO anil 74 lue Nirccl . i; I N ..
nutl t rnkllii
Hln-t lt. l,f
1 llUIU'llll I'V the
Muli! nl' Illinois
fur tin- rirK
piiriion ! kiviiik
I lliliK-i I ittte n lii I
in all ru- nl private, 4 limnic, nii'l lniiiary.li
nth' in all their cuiiiliralcil foiiim. ll m well
kllOtt'll IllUl lr.IUIIIC IIIM HliMHI HI IMC IICI III
the proi'ccsiiin fur tin-pai-t :! viui-i. .tfi-aii l
ckn-rlciiif iiit all-iiiiiKirlMtit. NriiiiiiMl MVitl,.
lirm, infill limmn I'J urrani-" . ni,i r "m
!! lust nittMliiHi.1, run ixifititcly be cur.i.l
I j.im wmiiiiiK the mini ib'licale utli'tition. i-.ill
nr write. I'lnu-anl Iminv for tmlii lili. A Hn.i
fur the mlllinn. Marrmifc Uui-le. which lull-,
you all almnt lliewili-ye wlut hboiihl many
liV not I1' nti In pnr poUiue. ir. .lain. -,
I.:ih i rixiiim nml railiir. Vn no one hut
the iloetur. Oilicc liuiirH, a.m. lo 7 p in. mui
Ihv, hi 1 1-', AH ha-1 hi - atricllv cnll h-ii -lial.
OCALLAHAN & HALL,
ltooflug and Outtoring a Specirtlty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern
Lightning Itoda, Pumps, Stoves
JobblnC Promptly Don.
'I lie litlCkl, (trcalcxl, uii't mo-t lelialilc
rcmeily ri r itit tuKetlii r !' iniilu'nl m ieiu r,
fur KlieiiuiutiHiii, oiiiiiIh, fcWelliiiK", IUiiiih,
uliiil Ilieuxt, ii 1 1 in lililnilr I iliimt nl.
'I lu re a iv two kinj Iml Ihe While l.iiiiiiiiut
is for Hit liiiiimu ittmily, lli Villi. w i munr
i.iiilliii-nt i.i fur Ni:iviiiinl, l.niir uml i-tiaiiiiil
liurni'd ami uniiiutlii. iuiy.' '-w I :i
( liililrcii S'ry lor ;iialorla. It U at
fileaMuit tu luke an honey, ami in nlmwluii'ly
lurinlenM. It in tutv to cxi'u'l worllirt, l' 1 1 re iu l
en lir., ii'i'Mluie the how rla hihI nluiiicli, ami
cverciiiiiii iii iliihilily caiiM-it liy mill or i nttini'
lii lli. It ik a iiciiicl biihtliliitc iur'uMtor oil,
ami fur I ualietiertH in yoiin ur nhl there id
liulliin iu cxifleiii-esiji lfccliM' :ui'l n liuhlc.
m eJUICnV, BUILfii L.UlI'k-'
UNIONS, CUTS, BRUISE. CHIC
ALAIN8, ULCERS, OR3,
'n,i..Uulj, IL bit CcuU box. J-,.m. ..
fIEnTKrUKMIS CO.. !" Jhlfi'S
rpu -Weekly llullr I lu,'
I.Vj ( r)L-r, pontiifte ircpaiil, to any uil iie?s.
UKSr AMI CIIKAl-KT
I'aiK-r yiilililiwl In Southern IllinoU.
I 111 II Al.l. MMia
Attbe BCLUSTiKOIlioc. t'ttlro, lllinoll.