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CAIRO ILLINOIS. TUESDAY NOVEMBER. 14, 1870.
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I lu re arc martyrs ti headache who luiK'l
ttuxl by using
Tarrant's SelUtr Apirtnt
The stomach, overburdened unlit Its recuitra
"ne power i wmk-liwl, revenues iUelf it
! Mir head, which it makes to sche onl tor
ture Pie ottendcr. i he nse of lhi will curry u
lintlllully, nip I IIIIUKI I m precept I hi T, the offend
iiiK rause. I lif dise aec I removed" and the lx-i.il
cea-c to ache.
ol.U MY AM.tlltUO(;iSTa.
ti V free
3JJ,. (J KHHtV, AJ
A vnmletp llixtorv of Andersnnville.
5" tiy lr. It. U. Hlttrnwn, Hurueon In
S c hniy, with iui appendix contain tbt
inn ....... . i a urii ....(..., ...i- r -
rj titers who died there, with the dte
LTJ ran- of death, sent nn rcceint
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(Jin-, !,. A il'niil canipeiyn hl
book. II llMtl I I. l;i;r llhliv feal- m
tin, ..re, Md.
OKKitn Kino mired Cards, with nam. I" i
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Highest I'K iiiiiim at Hit Centennial awarded to
til!5 EMITO l!AtEl!T,
Knita a. Stocking in 1ft Minutes.
Knitting in tin tn-l ati'l nsrr" iti off Hi Kn
ipii)lft( ; kuila all aiMni narrow nnr wnl-ii
at wlili ami kmtD ! Wfhrithrr tubular or flat,
rinili, ii'iilile fr rititil, (rMliirinir all Tarietifji
of knit apparrl . -n-l for Rip-utar'aml atiiilc
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rran'. i to Kp I'irklr. U I'naranlr. II t
lr!y trt ffim SH'pkvrt And or oili-r a-ltn
'nitnnr-jtrlili which .( Y:pgir I. nrtultrWrd
y ir t.ir bi ;l (tfotrr.. l.aryM VlL-gar Work, ta ttri
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jiiiHfwl m ra.i 1 fortunr. Smil for nw '
"vt'iiot Aioiirr'l I'rnllta," fri, with full '
ii.f rricktioii ioac-rninf tti ti.cK fnnrlrpt
.lai.a I T. POTTTR. WIOHT CO
Mo. k I!.. kri, ) 35 Wall atraat New Yolk-
I miTCIr,ur 'r" life-like ttrel 'tirraviiitr
HUC.niOI.,1 the l-reti'li-iilial I an.li.l ih a i-ll
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kTCAN HO ATS.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,U
raduenh. ShawnootJwn, Evans
ville, Louiavillo, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
1 tie tOttfanl l'l--wl:ifl ntntll-
'i.tekI l'it'NiKuTj.... - Mh.trr '
.HARLf. I'KNNII OTUM ierk '
Viil Iraiv airo iv.-ry 'EDNKIAT at
o'clock (I. lit, 1
1 hr fleet ateailirr
l'.k.s ll.)Wno -
I u 'I IIOUA.
Leave Cairo evtir SA'l L'iiUAY.
Ka'Ii hoat mukea eloae ronmrtiom at Cairo
e tth Itr.t-claaa atiu-ra for M. J.oat, Mrm
IiI.ih aii'l New Orl.-aim, awl at hvaiwrille witb
Hie K. AC. K K for all inta North and Kat.
and Willi the ljuinMile Mail hU-aiuer fokall
ioiuu on tlie l'i-r Ohio, ariviuir through re-ra-ii
t on IrrighU an'l nu.tiiKcr. to all .oiuta
ror urther information ajiiily to
toOL. ML V Kit, I'aAnenger A(?eat.
J. M. I'Hll.lJI'.H, JA8,'ti'
Or to U.J t.ltAMMKU,
.':ijH-rii.lin l nt au I (jvueial Kreiirht Air nt,
l.t-.i-.li-U. LTanavillv Indiana.
r lrtU4 MTKl aW M
. ".t .a f 'mit Wni w
WARRANTED FIVE YEARS 1
It retires no Zustractlmi to run it. Zt can not get out of rAtr.
Xt frd do vnry ck sxi Uni of vork.
It ru eev from Tissuo Paper to Harneu Leather.
Xt is far la alyaare of ether Seeing Kachlcea in tlie magnitude of its lUforior
imprrrwMati, ai a Steam Car excel b acktovementi
tie cU fashlonei Etage Coach.
Pricss Uada to Suit 'to Times, eitii :: for Cash cr Credit.
IV&ud tor Illustrated Cataloguo of UTILES and Prices.
Addres WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO.
Chicago. HI. New York, N.Y. Nvw Oriwas, U. bt.eUui,llo,
0. D WILLIAMSON,
Ani IeaT In
If. 10 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'K !AI, atttritioi iven toconiiirnmenU ant
No Mi Obi'i titvee.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENTB AHERIOAN POWDER CO
5? Ohio Levee.
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Ooodu Sold Very Close.
Corner 16th Bt. and Commercia.' At
C. 0 PATIER & CO.
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
Order for Coal by the car-load
t.on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
tlairTo large consumers and all
xanufacturers, we are prepared
:o supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITT uUAIi COMPANY.
rf-HallhlayTtro Voffie. No. TO Ohio I.t Tee.
tt-llairiday Uru 'a wharf boat.
V"At Kiryiitian Mills, or
tTM the Coal IJunip, foot of TtiUtr-KiKbtb
CJ-roat Office Drawer. .
ni l HNlLVI.lt
Mherr It l .mn front anil How It I.
Ilural w Yorker.
Few of our rcHdcrs probably have uuy
Wea w here quicksilver comes from or how
It U made, but tlic following very excel
lent letter I re in a eorrenwiiOrnt ot the
Amei icttn Vrocr throws mueli lilit njioii
tlie Btiljett :
C'alilornix. til niMitioii to Ixiuy; tlie
lar'et-t pnxlmer ol filver and gold in the
world, also lias the richest qtnckfilver
miner, and the iiaino New Aluittdcn lias
become synonymous with quicksilver nil
ovt tlis world.
The mine Ik situated nearly Jit Hie sum
mit of one of the loot hills of the "C oast
Kan ire" of mountains, and was originally
diseoveretl by the Indians, reoriin2 to
thin place to procure the red paint with
which they smeared their laces, and
which w-as here found cropping out of
the ground. It Was discovered that this
material w as a rich vein of cinnabar or
crtidu quicksilver. In course ol time a
company was formed to work it, and,
lor many year?, it has been one of tlie
principal producing quicksilver mines of
the world, llciiiz fuminhed with a
guide, we stepped into the bucket or cnjfe,
and in a moment were lowered J. 4W left
into the bowel ol the earth. Here we
were conducted through a lonr and tor
tuou tunnel to the point where the
miners were working the vein. We
found a set of swarthy t-llows drilling
and blatino, and tilling the small cars
which are run over the tramway out to
tlie chalt. Alter witnessing their opera
tions and securing some rich specimens
of ore, we retraced our steps to the shatr,
and w ere hoisted to w hat Is known as the
"1.-J0O foot level," and here got into a
somewhat larger car than those used on
tlie lower level, and, propelled by a
mule, were soon again out in tlie dav
Jight. The reducing works or furnaces are sit
uated down at the bottom of the hill, and,
proceeding there, we were shown the
most interesting part of th process.
The ore is put into vat furnaces or re
tort, and roasted at a white heat for
three to four days. The lumes lroin the
furnaces are conducted through a num
ber of Utile rooms known as "condens
eis," in which they condense into quick
silver, and run down through channels
provided for the purpose, into Iron ket
tles or receptacles below. Trom these
kettles it is drawn off into Iron kegs or
"flasks,"' as they are called. These are
about twelve inches high and from four
to five pounds ot quicksilver, Irom which
an idea may be tormed of its great den
sity and weight.
Much of the quicksilver produced here
is used In amalgamating with, and thus
collecting the gold and silver produced
In the mines of tlie pacific slope ; but
large quantities arc shipped to all parts
of tlie world for use in the mechanic art.
China takes considerable quantities most
of which is manufactured into vermilion:
tor it is an interesting fact that tlie red
color which shows in the ore, but disap
pears in the refined product, can again
be made to appear by pursuing a certain
chemical formula. Tlie hlnese arc very
expert at this, and Chinese vermilion
has been celebrated for years. Of late,
however, the universal 1 ankee nation
have ticun to inanulacture vermilion ;
and it is now said of this, as
of many other articles, that our
manufacturers can "beat the world''
in producing it. Ot course every
body Is familar with the use ot
quicksilver (or mercury as it is often
called) in thermometers ; but its sensi
tiveness to heat has lately been utilized
for a new purpose that of giving lire
alarms. In the Palace hotel, San Fran
cisco, every room has a glass bulb tilled
with mercury let into the ceiling, and,
in event ot a tire originating here, as
soon as the heat reaches 1 10 degrees the
mercury ries. connects two electric cur
rents, and the news is instantly tele
trraphed to the olticcthat there is a tire in
N'o. . The number of uses lor which
quicksilver is employed is constantly In
creasing; but the production has also
largely increased, and, in consequences,
tlie price has fallen largely. Two years
ago it was worth $1.50 per pound, to
day sales were made at forty cents, Irom
w hich it will be seen that it lias more
than kept pace with the decline in other
articles. At present prices, however, it
is said that it does not pay to mine it.
E. r. Hunkers Bitter Win of Iron
has never been known to fall In the cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; Indis
position to exertion. Ion of memory, li(H
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, uilit sweat, cold feet,
w eaknem, dimne of vision, languor, uni
versal lus.itudo ot the muscular system,
cuoriuous appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot hands, flashing of the holy, dry.
nesi of the skin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on the face, purifying the blood,
pain in the bark, heaviness ot the eyelids,
frequent black sputa f1yior before the eyre
with temporary aullision an J loss of tight,
want ot uttentiou, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use K. F. Kunkel'a Jtitter Wine of
Iron. It never fails. Thousand tre now
enjoying health who have used it. Take
only K. V. Kunkel's.
Hew ure of counterfeits and bae imita
tions. As Kunkel'a Bitter Wine of Iron is
so well known all over the rouiitry, drug
gluts themselves make an imitation and try
to sell it otf to their customers, w hen they
call for KiiDkel'a Litter Wine of Iron,
Ktinkei's Hitter Wine of Iron Is put up
only iu 1 bottles, aud has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside witb the pro
prietor's titiotoL'raph on the wrapper of
each bottle. Always look for the photo
papa on ibe outside, and you will always
be sure to get the genuine. One dollar per
bottle, or alx for i. hold by druggists and
dealers every where
ALL WOHM9 ItEMOVED ALIVE.
K. F. Kunkel's Worm Hyrup never falls
to destroy Fin Seat aud Htomach Worms.
Dr. Kuukul, tbe only successful physician
who removes Tape Worm la two hours
alive, with head, aud no fee until removed,
Common sense teaches that II Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms cau be readily
destroyed. Send for circular to Dr. Kuu.
kel. No. io'J North Ninth street, Fhiladel
phis, Fa., or call on your dmirsist and ask
lor a bottle of Kuukel's Worm Syrup,
Frice, 11.00. It never tails.
j. h. OBKM.Y. a. w. rrin"
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
-V. W.PYATT tt CO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Building-, Oor. Twelfth Btree
and Waahinatoa Avenue,
Onlro, XI lino lav
KVCountr sad BaiUoalWork Specialty
rOKTT It ACS BCtWKC 1 ME rtftLll'.
DR. C. PLANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
'IMlIi countc-runte U jal ami
I IcaJcn-col'jrcd, with m .iwioii.il
flushes, or a circumscribe'.! sx;l on
one or both checks ; the eyes become
dul! ; thepupilsdiUte t an azure bemi
cirt le runs along the lower eye-lid;
the noe is irriUtcd, swells.and some
times bleeds ; a swell ing of t tipcr
lij; occasional headache, witlilumi
, tiling or throbbing of the tars ; ,v,i
unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue ; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; apjH.tito
variable, sometimes voracious, wii.li a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
in the stomach; occasional nauea
and vomiting ; violent pains through
out the aMotnen; bowels irregular,
at times costive; stools slimy ; not
unfrt'pently tinged with blood ;
belly swollen and hard ; urine tur
bid; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough ;
o igh sometimesdryand convulsive;
uneasy and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth ; temper ram
ble, b'.it generally irritable, eve.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
lAi. C. MUaANE'S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
IT IjCES Nur CONTAIN MLRCTRY
iii any form ; it is an innocent prepa
ration, not capable of doing the si'r, I
tit injury to ihe most tender infant.
The genuine Dr. MVLaxe's Vi.r.
MirfGE bears the signatures of C
Lane and Fleming Bkoj. on the
DR. C. MCLANE'S
These Pills are not recommended
as a rtmedy tor " all the ills that
llesh is hcir'to," but in affections of
the Liver, find in all Bilious Com
plaints, l)ypepsia end .Sick Head
ache, or diseases of that character,
they ttand without a rival.
AilUE AND FEVER.
b.'ttcr cathartic can boused,
j-repar.itory t , or niter taking Qui
iiiiic. A.i a frimpl.; purgaiivd they nv
UKWAIIU OP IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar
Each box has a red wax seal on
tha lid, with the impression Dr..
aMVEaxk's Liver, I'm.
Iaeh wrapper hears thesignnttii cs
of C'. MVLwEand Fi.emi.m; Iroh.
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeeners '.'cncrallv.
otitumea in tlie failed
ntatt-a , Canada, and Ku
roiHt i terme aa low a.
those of any otliar relia
ble houae. (JorreaiMtn-
uence Uivted iu the Enc-
linn end foreign anfruage. witn inventor, At
tomcyi at law, and other aolieiitora, aapeciall
w til thoa who have Lad their rasea rejected in
tbehamla ol other attorneva. in rejected caaei
nur fee are reaaonable, aud no chartfe u luad
uulecs we are iuc ellil.
If you want pat
ent.aend una model
or altetcth and
full description of
iVe will make an
examination at the patent office, and If we think
It patentable, will aend you papers and advice,
and prosecute Your caoe. Our ice will be in or
Bett. Ez-CommlMloner of I'ateiits.
Cleveland, Ohio; O. 11. Kelley, Esq., Sec'
National Grange. Louisville, Kv. j Coimuodor
Dan'l Ammen, U. 8. N., VVafhlngton. V. C.
tf"Snd stamp for our "Guide lor outuin
lntfl'atenta," a book of 60 pages.
Address :-Unla Bacner A Solid
tors of Patents, Washington, li. C.
(Caaq Can't be nia'ie by every agent
V w W w every month in tin bo.inesa we
furnish, but those willing to work can easily
eara a iliuen dollars a day riKht iu their owu lo
rulitias. Have no room to explaiu here, huet
nexa pleasaut and honorable, Women, hoy
and girl do a well a. men. We will furnish
you a complete ouitit free, Th bitsine- pay
better than anything elae, W will lxr ev
pense of starting you, Particulate fi.e. Write
and ae. Karuiera end mechanics, their aoua
and daiiKhUra, aud all clause in need of paying
work at home, thould write to ua aud leuru all
alHiul the work at once. X"W is the tia.c
uut delay. Address i A Co., Augusta,
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
1 lite Uruil UI4
Which has stood the teat of 4C
There ia no aore it will not Ileal,
do Lameness it will not Cure.no
Ache, no Pain, that Afflicts the Hu.
man body, or the body of a Horse
or other jDomeatio animaL that
does not yield to its maxio touch.
A bottle coating 260., 60o. or 91
baa often eared the life of a Human
Being, and Restored to L and
Usefulness ttuy Valuable
If or written In matters
S. F. Blake
t?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
rall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Always on hand, tlie crlehrated illuminating
Corner Eleventh Street and Washinc
i I Stewart I Do
Have 0netl in their Wlioi. Vn hou'4 on
Wabash Avenue and Wash
A Large and Well Se
lected Stock of Foreign
To Which They Invite the
Special ATTENTION of the
nm mm to suit the tikes
Room, and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor $2.00 Per Cay
Spooled Rat by Week or Month.
A limited number of very deirable family
rooms can tie Hecured at reasonable rates lor the
The St. C'harlee is the largest and best unpoint
ed House in hontbern Illinois, and is tbe leadiim
hotil in Cairo. Notwithstanding the "lied
Hock" reductton in prices, tli table will, an
usual, le liljernlly supplied with tbe very tsl
of everything that ran be found in market .
Fine large sample rooms for commercial trav
elers, on ground floor, free of charge.
EfrAU lggeireorguesu conveyed to and Irom
tbe hotel without charge.
JKYVXTT WILCOX & CO. ,
A Larger Stock and Lower Prices
Than ever for CASH.
From Fifty cent to Xweuty-lire dollars.
X full line of Ute style corset, and hosierv at
lower prices than ever before offered in
Cairo. Old sti-aws nude wver, or taken
in exchange for new goods.
A full Stock of Ladies VVooleu and Cotton
RIBBONS AND LACES
Feathers, Flowers, etc. , of every variety and
at all Puces.
My stock muni be closed out. and I will ime
my customer, belter bargains than ever ouVred
before MltN. C. M'LKAN.
Htreet., 4. lit
Chartered by the
State of Illinois
fur the express
purpose ot iviuk
n all caaesof private, chronic, aud urinary di
seases In all their complicated forms, li is well
known that lr. James haa stood at the huud ol
the nrofeaaiun for the nant Jo years. A lie and
enperienceareall-imixtrtant. Nemlnal Hsak.
, night loarits (y drcama. pimple, ou the
tax lost luan'iood. c:in iMisititvly be cuieel
Ladies ttanliUK the mint delicate atteutinn, call
or write. t'Uxuiuit homo for patients. A IhmiIi
for Ihe million. alai riitre liuide, which tells
you all about thcM;iiaeaaes--who should marry
why not lo cents to pay potiige. lr. .lame,
has SO rooms and rlor. You see on one but
the dotor tulke hours, u a in. lo 7 p ru. Sun
days, ie to- I-. All busiuess strictly contUen
O CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttering a Speoialty
81ate Eooliing a Specialty In
; ' any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stove
TsablBB PreamVtlT Doae.
. IMULADLLI'IIIA. I'A.
Tbis ,;reat liitern.ttlon.il Kxliiliilinn, do.
iKUed to cfliuiueraorate tlic one litiutiroltli
Btinlversry ol American lodetieuiK'nco,
opened May loth, anil will dote November
lutu,I87ti. All the nations ot tlic world
mid all the, Hates nnd territories of the I n
ion are participating In this wonderful dc
inonntration, brinKioit together the ino.t
eoinprehrn-ilve collection 1 1 art trcaur,
mechanical inventions, ack-ntitic tlit ovrr
trie, titaiiutactttriug aihicvenients ininer
al upecimt ns, and Kiicultural pro'lticts
vtct fxbibiteil. 'J li routi'ls devoted t-.
the exhibition areaituated on the line of
tlio J'cnttylvauia lisllroail and embrace V)
aen s of Fnirinonnt 1'ark, all hlglily lm
proved and rntimrntcd, on whtrlt are
rxtel (be. Iiirsi ... , . ..u.,.
ted flvc oftTtesn coverintr n area ol lilty
acres ami ew'itid ."),ihjO.(H. The total
number of building erected for the pur
pose of the exhibition ia near two hun
dred. During the thirts il.iys fiiinicillntcly
following the opening of the exhibition a
million and a ijuatter ol i-eoplc visilcJ it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
THE GREAT TRUNK LINE
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U.S.
Is tlie moK. direct: convenient and econom
ical way ol reacliiua- Philadelphia and Ihi
great F.xhibition irom all wriiuns of the
country. Its trains too and Iroia I'liiladt l
phia will paM tbrounh a ?ranu Centennial
depot, which tbe company baa erected at
tbe main entrance to tbe Exhibition
grounds lor the accommodation of passen
gers who wi-h to stop at or Ftart from the
huuicroud large hotels eontiguous to this
station aoc the Exhibition a convenience
ot the grentei-t value to visitors, ami afford
ed t xclu:vcly by the l'enn-) Ivrnia Kail
oad, wblcli is tbe only line running direct
o the Ceutennial buildings. Excursion
rains will also tdop at the Encampment of
he Patron of lltisbaudry, at Eim station
on till" road.
The Pennsylvania Knilroad in the grand
est railway organization in tbe world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway,
forming continuous lines to rhlladelphia.
New York, ltaltiiuore, and Washington, over
which luxurious day and night cars are
run from Chicago, st, i.ouis, i.ouiville,ciQ
cinuati, Indian. polis, coliiinlius, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie withous change.
Its main line in laid wlte double and third
tracks ot heavy steel rails upon a deep lieu
or broken 'tone ballast, and Its hridgbs are
all of iron or none, its passenger tmius
are equipped with every kcon n improve
ment for comfort and safety, and are run at
faster speed forgreater distances thn the
trains or any line on the continent. The
company nas largely increased its equip
ment for Odtcuuial travel, and will be pre
pared to build in its own shops, at short
notice futttelent to fully accommodate any
any extra demand. The unequalled re
source, at the eouunaud or the company
ot the company guarantee the mot perfect
accommodations for all its patrons during
the Centennial Exhibition.
The magniiicent scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Kailroad is so justly celebra
ted presents to the traveler over lis norteet
roadway an evcr-changini? panorama of
river mountain ami lanuecnpe views tine
qualed in America.
The eating stations on this line are un
furpassed. alc.ils will he furnished at suit
able hours and air pie tuuo ullowed lor en
Excursion tickets, at reduced rates, will
be sold at all the prlncipul railroad ticket
omces in the t eL, roi tuwest and .South
He sure that your tickets re l via the
Great Penutylvunla route to the Centen
FKAXK THOMSON, D. M. BOYD, Jr.,
(ien. Manager. Gen. I'ass'r Agt
THE NEW MAGAZINE,
FOl BTil M'MOEK (J 1X1) UEAUV TO
iAY. With a line Stwl Portrait of A. T. Stcwar
hisCuiecr, iJcalU, W ill and Successiou.
And besides the unique and valuable Diary ot
important events and occurrences tluxiuyhout
the world, this number coutuius, union two
hiiudivd other artiules, the following points ol
Queen Vietnria'a New Title.
Dr. John Hall's April I'hllosspbers (Fools).
'1 he True American a cliaructuristiu Poem.
Wasbinfrton a Marshal of France.
Ji-an luuelow's Fancy.
New Horse-Car Poetry, for Apt il.
l'oru Pedro's C'lianicteristics.
A Whi.t Party in tlio Aik.
Three Capitalista Astor.Stewurt, Vunditbilt.
Mark Twuin at a Horse Auction.
First Female Lobby 1st at Wavhiiifc-ton.
'Ihe tiirl of Seville a Sianith I'oem.
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