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Conn tion, must ride all tiittht wait
in fioin Ou to oi ll&ure at
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No. 60 Ohio Lcvco,
IT K 3 OR.''. SMYTH CO. have lonaUnUv
M ' lre 8to:k ol the lat flood. In tlm nmr
Vt,sadiriveiwiul atteutiou to the wholesnU
aacb ut thu huaim:
DRS. CANINE & WIIITLOCK,
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i,rv iiiuiiner. luserliiiK arlilleial deiituix-s, al
ways wiili a view of reotiirinu, us lur as (irac
ii, ili!e tlx-lost contour an t nuluial expreaaion
1 mi'tliod. and lnateriuU
Tei-th estia-.ted absolutely without paiu by
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.rir.u .iliiiI mi iiiviuition to all, to ca 1 and I
.-e thciu und toln il u liU ral .Imre Of their put-Uu-.
til ciiimcrrial avenue,
Ik twei nth und -'th ts
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOF.NTS AltERIOAN POWDE OO
57 Ohio Lvee.
ALL FOR JEALOUSY.
Murder In jMkMii ajoniitr-Whit
mnr Rrlag t'umlllnr Willi
A ii oilier Mita'a vs'lle.
(.'akbomjai.r, Ul., April 29.--For the
past tlirc-t: wwki tliere lia bet-ii petty
ijuurri'lin Ix'twct'ti Jack Higl'towcr arid
W. I). Ki-ii'lrii k, t)Oth ol whom live ami
work at 15owky In ll, a small plane four
niilM KoulU ot Ucre. Itbsu been leand
that It would culminate Intnlly, n L6th
worn liiiili-ti'iupiTcd hik ratlicr (lcpcratp.
Tlit! quarreling v. a in regard to Ivcih -rick"
will1. Tlie lirt ln.-ak towards a
litnl ijiurrcl w.i- ucidu o;i Thuritday
iiilit, when K!tidrii:k apucarcd iu
tlm plaK', claliiiintf that I'd
towcrh had lalten his (l-ndriokV) wife
to On j'i'in that (Jay. He thr;aitMied
to fcltooi IVt on thi arrival of the .mid
night train If he came with the woman
Will Ilihtower, a brother, went up to
DfSoto, eljrht mile above licrp. m t J'ct,
arid li.foruicd him about Kcndnck'c)
thrcnt. It was proved that let was in
nocent ot the charge, and, uponarrival
here. I'et wentito Kcndrick and asked
what lie meant. After due explanation
it was finally settled satisfactorily, but
events prove that Jake took it tip tor his
brother. Your correspondent is unable
to jrivc full particulars concerning tee
day's shooting, but the following is re
liable as lar us it goes : lioth parties
had liecn drinking during the lon-noon,
when, between 11 and 12 o'clock. Ken
driek returned to bis house at Uowsky
Iell anJ found Jake there with bi (Ken
driek8) wile, his sister-in-law, and a son
pgel about 0 years. The green-eyed
monster probably appeared in bis mind,
and, alter passing some word?, it is sup
posed, from facta elicited since, that
iligbtower pulled his revolver and fired
several times. I'pon the arrival of
parties in the neighborhood Kendrick
was found dead, having received
three bullets, one in the forehead,
one in the right temple, and one in
the right arm. It is the general im
pression that Kendrick had r:o weapons.
A man came up to this placo about 2
o'clock and eau-d a state's warrant to
be i-sued for Iligbtower by Ksquire
"oughanour, which was placed In Offi
cer Alf (Joe's hands for execution. L'pon
iioe's arrival at the Fcene of the shooting
lie learned that Iligbtower bad been kept
iu custody by some men living there lor
about two hours, when he consented to
walk to thi place. Tlio three men ac
companied him up the railroad about
two miles, when he drew hi revolver
and said : 'Gentlemen, 1 don't care for
vour company any farther.' The men
riad not disarmed 'him, and immediately
returned. Up to this time that is the
last seen ot him, and no llorts are being
made to capture him. There will prob
ably le a reward ollered to-morrow, al
though It is thought by some that he
will come In and give himself up.
(juV. I'olloui has pardoned lcrrv
I rain, who was convicted at the August
term, lsiO, ol tlie Jackson county circuit
court, aud sentenced to the iieniicutiary
lor liliceii years. This case is not con
nected wiin what has just been known
as the Williamson county vendetta.
lerry Ciaiu was one of the party of
recruits lor the lislh Illinois, going lroin
troin Marion to arbondalc on their way
to Catii iiuller, on the Mil day ot Octo
ber, lsj. At Crab Orchard bridge In
J a"k-on county, they met Kdwin Uur
brid''e. A war of words ensued, and
liururldge was wounded by a stone sup
I o-e I to have been thrown by Terry
rain. UurbriJ'e died soon alter truui
the tilccu of the wound. Crain went to
Camp Htitler and joined his regiment.
Alter his discharge he returned to Wil
liamson county und pursued his voca
tion as a farmer. In W5 an indict
ment was iutind against him iu Jack
son county lor the murder of llur
bridge, which resulted; in his conviction
and sentence as above utaled. The par
don is asked lor : y a largo number of
the cili.'.eus ol Jackson aud Williamson
counties, among whom are Hon. M. C.
Crawford, the judge who presided at the
trial: A. It. I'ugh, state's attorney tor
Jackson county; J. W. Hartwell, state's
attorney lor N illiauisoa county, and ten
ot the jury who convicted the prisoner ;
John JCobmson aud three others who
were witnesses lor the people; J. M.
Kichart, Carbondale; W. A. Lemma,
( arbondale; WiUhire Handy, Ikrrin's
l'ralrie; Itobert Klrkham, Mur
physboro ; O. W. Chiity, Marion ;
A. C Nelson, Marion; C. 11. Lay
men. Muriihysboro. The grounds upon
which the nardon was asked are, as
stated iu one of the petitions : The kill
ing was committed in a passion, at a
time when society was so disorganized
and divided that the usual restraints
were worthless and abandoned. That
the prisoner had lived the life of a quiet,
law-abiding citizen, aud the cause ot his
being indicted after so great an interval,
was not so much on account ot bis own
crime as it was due to the feeling aroused
at that time in the counties of William
soil an Jackson grow ing out of the ven
detta, with which Terry Cram liau uo
connection, ihougli of the same name
with and related to some of t: u parties
l.iiiK'a Apolnuieiit-aiul Wliat it
Menus-lleHlli ul ttas Hndlc-al 1'arly
LOUISIANA APPOINT 31 K. NTS.
Washington', April 'M. There is a
great deal ot Eigtilllcance in the appoint
ment of KUiif as eollector of tlie port ot
New Orleans, judin; lroin the talk of
tlio Louisiana Uepublieans In ashini
tou. H is a fact that T. C. AnJersou ot
tlio returniu"; board, alter withdrawing
his osvn application lor thoollice, recoiu-
tuended King, and his recommendation
was tlio llrst Mr. ILtyes knew ot King.
Packard was out of the race. Pitkin
brought a uiessugo Irotu hint to the presi
dent ten days oo to the etlect that ho
(Packard) did not want to bo considered
a candidate lor any 1'ederal ollicc.
T11K DKU.ATE1 ASflK ANTS
For the oIUimj say that Anderson has
teen ambitious tor many years to be gov
ernor. Ho was a candidate for the nom
ination against Packard, und now ho
wants ootrol ot thtj custom house to
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MAY 3 1877.
form the nucleus lor a party that will
elect him governor two years hence.
The carpet-bagger nay that King's ap
pointment kills the Republican party of
Louisiana. Many dispatches hava been
received from New Orleans to-day pre
dieting the same thing. The appoint
ment is a recognition of the old-time Ke
publicans ot Louisiana, who were Union
men during the war, and is therefore a
blow at the carpet-baggers.
nornm.nlAry Kvlnee-Home Radi
cal Officer Inn linil bus I be Micti
on ' o verninent .
occupation ot the
April Since the
state house by the
tacts have come to
of documentary evi
light In the way
dence that will most likelv send some ot
the late IU publican otlicers to the peni
tentiary. 1'hc ex-state auditor still re
fuses to deliver the records of his office,
ha Uiem ioi&utt up iu a vault and is de
fending his action in the state courts
evidently with an intention to test the
legality of the Nicholls government in
the United States courts. To-day the
state court decided every oint against
him and issued a peremptory mandamus
compelling him to turn over his records.
A bill of exceptions was filed by his
counsel, and a motion made to transfer
the case to the United .States circuit court
was overruled. The whisky case?, as
well as the crooked cotton cases, are to
be commenced soon under orders from
IMurhbni k a a Wager.
(Krom tlie (ulncjr Whig )
I'iiichback, of Louisiana, is the son ot
alsj. Holmes, a white planter, by a
slave woman. The lioston lJot says :
"One day he was with ?,!! Holmes "on
a Mississippi stcambor.t; tLS !un was
hot. and in the shade of an awning the
planter with his friends played poker for
high stakes, and to quiet his nerves
drank deep draughts ot Iced whisky
punch. The slave boy Eat in a corr.er
watching the game and waiting for
any orders which might be given by the
players. While he was occupied in this
way the captain stumbled across him,
and demanded: 'Whose nigger are
your' 'Well, massa cap'in, 1 dou't
V.teklv know.' was his rculy. 'I was
Major Holmes' boy, but he done bet me
on two little pair and lost. 1'te got to
see the game through 'fore I can answer
yobr question.' The boy had told the
exact truth. Ills unnatural father, hav
ing no other stake, bet him against $1,000
roKTY TEAKS BEIOKK TIME PTHMCt
DR. C. M9LANE'S
f THK C I'll I or
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
L.YSIEISIA AND bICK MLAUACHE.
Symptoms cf a Diseased Liver.
PA1X in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, increase-son pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in tlie left
bide; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomach is .-Jfu ted with loss of
appetite and si khcs ; the bowels in
general are ostiw , u,n. times alter
native with lax ; the is troubled
with pain, a ( :. : :.:.- with a dull,
heavv sen;ii.n in "( k part.
There isgeri r. iiy an.
ofmemorv,a cf-iiiiaui' U with a pain
ful sen at ion of lLii:; k-fl uivlonc
. . . .
tomtthintr wln h v- t to nave ueeo
.1 .1:..!. . 1 ,.. .iii il-i ! uirnii. I
times an attcmLiil. 1 'I lie i-atient
toniplainsof wt-avini -sand debility;
he is easily stank!, his fect are cold
or burning, and hw complains of 2
prickly sensation of the bkin ; lm
j-pirits are low; and although he is
satisfied that c xr n ir t would be bene
fit ial to him, yet he can scarcely
ymimon up fottitiidc enough to try
it. In fact, lie di: trust -.every rem
edy. Several of the r've symp
toms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred whei e few of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, has hh.cwn the uvfr to
have been extensively deranged.
AG UK AND 1T.VER.
Dr. C. MVLam.'.s I.ivlr Pills,
IN CASES OF Ad T. AND 1 EVER, W hell
taken with Quinine, arc productive
of the most lu.ppy re: ults. No better
cathartic can be uxed, preparatory
to. or after taking Quinine. We
would advise fill who are afflicted
with this disease to cive them A
For all Piilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
DEWARK OP IMITATION.'
The genuine Dr. C. M(.Lane'&
Liver Pills are never sugar coated
Every box has a ml wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MVLane's Eivi k Pills.
The genuine MVLane's Liver
Pills bear the signatures of C.
MVLane and l i lming Pkos, on the
IHir Insist on your druggist or
storckeeer giving jou the genuine
Dr. C. MVLane s Liver Pills, pre
pared by Morning Pros., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all rcsitcc table drufgist
and country sturckeejiers generally.
To those wMiink 10 give ln. C. M'.'Lanb's
I-ivaa I'n.iH a trial, . .1l mail post paid lo any
pari of ilie Ci.iU-J but---., uuc boa ol J'llia lot
El EMINO PROS.. I'itubunth. Pi
Popular illustrate J ImoVf jVipa'croor.
Manhood I Womani.uooI Makkia.k I
Impediments to Marriage tlie tauso
and cure. Sent $ecurely tc.alt.d, post
paiJ for jo cents, by Dr. C. Whittiki,
617 St. Charles Street, St. Iaonls, Mo.,
tlw great specialiO. ReaJ hU work.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
ANT C ANDES
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Rational Bank Building, ap-tttlrt.
The Oldeet Eat&bliahed Aa-ency in SovttS l
cm liunoia, representing otsr
G5 000 0OO
The Southern Hotel burned d own, and
yet how many people carry their own
rinks. Ooatouce to Henry Wells, (ieneral
Atrent. and hr your prot crty insured at
LOWEST It ATfcd.
jiTlie Ions of
In this terrible St. Lojis tire was (rrcat
Obtain a Lib) Insurance Policy at oiif,
since onc-tcntU ot all the deaths in the
United Stiles is the result of accidents.
This is no
Story put forth for the occatlon. but Is
taken from tabulir statements, the reliabil
ity of which cad not be impeached.
British America, Assets $1,130,000
MUlTiUe Mutual, 1 .44O OO0
Union, of Pnila. - - 360.000
Firemen's of Dayton " - 42O.0OO
New Una-land Lutual Life, - 37.700,000
Illinois Mason's Benevolent boclety
General Lvscranck Agent.
Sou but Monnil nnil Honest Coin-
orrtCTi-Io the Alexan W Countvliauk.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1869.
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A. B. RArrORD, Proiten.
8 9 TAVI.OK, Vice Pmident.
W. H VSLOP, 6c'v and Tnsmuivr.
P.W, Barclay, Coas. Galiohir,
ft M. TOCKFLETH, PAUL U HCIICH,
U. II. CCHNTNGUAM, II. L IlALLlDAY,
J. M. PUILLIfS.
INTEREST paid on depo-doi at the rate ol aix
M-rcent per annum, Marrh lutand Snitem-
jut 1.1. inwreai not witnuruwn is a.iiiei iiiiine
lmu ly to tl e principal of the denosit-i. thtnbv
riviUK them e imnound interest
Harried Women and Children may
ueposn jaoney ana no ono
olso can draw it.
Open every biiBinreailay frotufla.m. to .1 p.m
1 1 ."-nlnpluy evemuKb lor aavuiK-i ilcpoiUi only
roiu to B o'uliK-.k.
W. HYSX-OP. Trsasvror.
Sell, Vice I'rea't.
It. W, lis, Caoincr.
T. J. hertli. Asst. ah'
Corner Commercial Ave. and bt Street
Tt.-o.s, (Mm. Wm. Kluee, Cairo.
Ned", Cmro. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
SniMiiika, Cairo. It. I., llillmifnley , t. lamia.
Ilteler, Cairo. H. Wellii, Cairo.
K. II. Hrinlimun, t. Louie,
I. V. Cleuuiou, diledouia.
Vrtieinl Ilmikiiiir niiNlneax Dane,
tvExchanire gold anil homrht interest naid
n ine. Sttvinu. iH nurloii.iit i ,,lln tioiia liable.
nd all budin es. proiupll v attended to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL - - $100,000
W. P IIALLIUAV. Prc-ahlcnt.
1IENUV I.. HALLIDAY, VicePreet.
A. II S i KURO, Cashier.
WA' T U UYeLOI. Aas'l Caahier.
S. 8TA ATS TAYL0B, K. II. CO MROOAU,
L.. 11ALL1DAY, . I'. llAU.IDAt,
I). WiLUAMHOW, BTBPIIKIf lllHO.
A B. 8AroHD. '
Exchange, Coin and United States
ttonas jiougnt and Sold.
pvKPOSITS roceived and a general banklus
aV- uusiuess uvur
J. II. Ml LkKY, V. 1 . USIdil. J, M. LaNcPEN
MULKE, LINE6AR & LANSDEN,
Attorneys at Law,
OFKICK : Coiimiertial Avenue, at oill.-e ol
Linegar A Lansileu a-rt-am
Sun please eop .
lloai lice's Uenuau Kj rup.
Can row be purchased rilit at ltoim-; It
Is tlio mo.i ucceMm preparaiion ever
troduced to our pt-opio. n works like
t-hitrin lu all cabes consumption pneumo
nia, lieuiorriiaes, u.iiuua. severe coughs,
croup, and other throat and luun disoasfs,
o person ims xr ni una uieuicine
without L-ettMis: immediate re'lef. vet tliere
are a good unuy poor, sutlorio;,', akeptical
persona goicg auoui our iiietw wuu a tus-
tilfllillS 1-lllllfU. au-l .uci .Vli:a U ITOUHIllllIli
tlon eominj; from their luiiK, that will uot
try it. If you ate, 11 is your own lault,
van an no to Paul (i. Ki huh. di ueittst. 1
Bet a aalupie uo.u m i-tois auu try it
three doses will relieve any ease. Regular
alto oulj 10 ceois. cow.
rOCHTft NUMBER (JTl.T) READY Tq
With a line fctel Portrait of A. T. Stewar
Career, Death, Will and 8ucciion.
And besidrt the aniane and valuable Diary o
Jtip'irlant events and occurrrnca Uirouliout
:lie world, this nuieber contain, amonn two
aundred oilier article, the following points ot
Queen Victoria's Srw Title.
Ir. .John Hall's Ai.rU Phlloaopbera (Fools).
1 lie True American characturi.tic Poem.
Washington a Mamhal of France.
.T"iin Iniridow'a Pancy.
Kcw Home-Car Poetry, for April.
Horn Pedro's C'hamctcriatics.
A W hist Partv In the Ark
Thrre Capitalists Antnr. Stewart, Vanderbilt.
Mark 'I wain at a Horse Anotion.
first Fenmle Lohbyist at Wakhington.
'lhe (.irl of SeTil e s Hanii)h Poein.
novaiiy in in l.liiwosuif. .
Arh-nins W ant's t haracter and Peculiarities.
Monthly H-x)rd ol (mrre., etc.
1 Itiaitu to U UiiKiiisI st.iMimilaraiid touching
poema, eketebea, lnnliietit, is mrJ anrae
'Jre vnrietT, that it fnrnia the richest amonnt ol
raltmhleand entertaining readina- almost ever
im braced in a inaKaame.
This new reriw!lcal,hich has lreIy reach
id ouch an euorruouii popularity, I.
Qorn"tliln(f new and oriRinal In the way of a
O.Montlily Mairaxine. lieins a aort of krference
.rap-thKik. or niosthlv mmrd of iniportnnt
events that hapiM-n in any par. ef the world,
with a ler tion of th tiiont (Miinilar miso'llan v
of the current month, tirow nd noetrr, foreiirn
and dorriHdtin. Kditwl by
Prank Moore, of the
Beautifully prilitetl, with an elegant Stw. 'ir
trait of the moat prominent person of the moi.tn
In ear.h Niuriher.
One of the moat entprtaininff and valunhle flrat-
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chioiuo. entitled ..,..... .,
A masterj ieo of the UusseWort aclioOI ci genre
puiutiug, oy rroi. juruau, iiic i-.-a ..,.., -eciited
iu the highest style ol the art. lUtall
price of, a llien is ami s copy oi me ioiiow-
nir beaut it'ul poem descriptive of lhe clirolUO, in
elegant illuminated colors for f mining .
Ay; hut wait, good wile, a uiinute;
1 have llrst a word to say i
lo you know what to duv is?
Mother, 'tis our wedding day!
Just at now, we sat at auper
when thegursta had gone away 1
You tat that side, I aal this tide,
forty years ago to-day!
Then what plana we laid together!
What brave things I meant to do!
Could weil ream to-dav would had US
At this Uble me and vou'r
lletter o, no doubt and yet I
ouietiiues thiuk I cannot tell
Hid our boy ah, yea! 1 know, dear
Yes, fie doeth all tilings well.
Well we've hud our joys and sorrows,
Bhun-d our snides as well as tears i
And the lsl of all -I've hud your
r'ailhiul love for forty years!
Poor we've been, but not fortaWen :
Grief we've known, but never .liunie
Father for Thy .nlles mercies
(Mill we UleSS lay uoiy uaiuri
Thia is a tf rli:iine
lor oiiU niakriuou-
ey. Wo will pay you
larue cash couiiuia-
aionaand give you esclu.ivs territory, heud
lis on. dollar, avoid ufiue.asary ootresijou.
dence. receive your territory, end go to work a
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1 gave one ot your Pill to my liaiie tor chol
era morbus lueileur little ILing got Well Ilia
day . ' '
- My nausea ol a morning is now cure-l '
"Vour box of llollowny's ointment cured me
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( liniment behind lhe earn, ami the 1101 ehus I It "
M ini lue two ItoAes: 1 Want one lor a po- r
I enclose a ilollur; Tour uriee is cents. 1ml
the niedlciiie to me is worth iloilar '
."-eliil me Uv iroxenol jour I'llin '
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turn mail, fori hill and lever "
1 have over "o such tt-i-tinioniuls untr.c.e, but
Wunl of bn'e (Jill to Is me to couclude.
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And all eruptiun of the skin, Jihe oiniim lit is
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eileeisto tlie Vcrv root of tlie evil.
Invariably urcth (inai dnaiej
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all diseases afl'eeting these orenns, whethei
they aeerete too much or tiM little Water; or
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When ScitinNKK Issued Its famous Mid
tummer Holiday Number in July, alrlendly
crltij said of It : "We arc not sure but that
Scrirnkk has touched high-water murk.
We da not see what worlds are ictt to it lo
conquer." Kut the publisher do not con
aider mat they have reached the uliiina
tbule of excellence tbey believe "there are
other worlds to couquer, and they propone
to couquer them."
The prospectus for the new volume pivea
the titles ot more than lifty papers (mostly
JiluMtrati d;, b) writers Oi the highest merit.
L'mlir the head ot
we have A Winter on thi ih ," by tien.
McClelhui ; aunti-ri Al)..ut nuiaoti
nople," by Chit La Dudley Waiuei ; -nul
of My Window at Moscow," by tllgtiiei
ell. JUT: "All Alllel'lcntl 111 1 Hi kl.sl all,
etc. 1 hree scil.il stori-.s are annoitii-'eit-
H U . Mol. n- . the Kditor.
woo. iii ) ! vci oaks ;teiui hlgji
est s.i i.-l u ti 11 o i.e t- 1. era ol ine
.M iiiblj .
tin s. ei.e o ills lit st i. ill Is lad on
I..C ii.i k-o ii iii.il on in- ti-10 I- a
) OUIIS, lll.ili I,U ll..- I'l 11 .1 J r- III 1. 10 a
Wutiiai. . apl'0.1 eliu.g-, 1 ui vsiio, njtue
deullt l li s luo i.er, Is ! I alulie IU the
world tod lit -u thi cuireutol nit with
a lortui.e, but wit out .. purp...-e
Another aertul, -ills luiieruance " iy
Mi.s Trultuii, wid betiu on the cuuipletion
ol " I hat I.sss o' l.ouru 's," by airs itoiig
sou Burnett Mrs. Kuiuell's st. iy, nun
iu August, has a pulhos aud dramatic po wer
which have been a siirpiise lu toe lu
1 here is to ke a seties ul oriL'lual 11
quisitely Illustrated papers ol -Populai t-ei-enif,"
by Mrs. lierii.k, each pa.er com-
plcie in iuelt.
1 nere are 10 uu, 110111 ;u ious peus, papc. s
"Itoine Life and Travel
Alse, practical auestioiia to town ntid
eouuiry life, viiVi.t liiipioveiutuLs, etc., tiy
Wsll-kllOMIl Spt flullsl.
Mr. Barnard's article on various indus
tries ol tiieat Hntuiu include the hbtory ot
'Some Experiment In C'o-upcratuiu." "A
Scotish Loaf Factory" iu the November
number, uHd "Toad Lane, Koehdaie," in
Decembt r. Other papers are, "The lltillsh
Workinirniiin's Home,'' "A Nation of fehop
keepers," "Ha'penny aWeea lor the Child,"
A richly Illustrated aerlei will he given on
"Aniericun Spoils ty Flood and Field," by
various wriurs, and each on adittcreut
theme. The subiet-t of
"Household and Horn eooratlon"
ix-in hava a nrouiincnt Mace, whilst ine
production ot American humorist will ap
pear from month to mouth. The list of
Bhorler stories, -jioraptucat sun vin-i
sketches, etc., is aloueue.
'lhe editorial department win conunue 10
employ the ablest pens both at home and
abroad. There will be a erle ol letters on
literary matters, from London, by Mr. Wel-
The page, of the magazine will be open,
a heretofore, to far aa limited pace will
permit, to the discussion of alt themes a!
levtint; the social and religious lite ol the
world, and specially to the Ireshest thought
ol the Christian thiuki-is and sthoUr ol
this country. , ,
We ineau to make the mugaitlce tweeter
and purer, higher and nobler, more genial
and generous in all it utterance and inuu
encta, and a more welcome visitor man
ever before in home of retineuieut and cut.
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Mchola Minturn," will be read with eager
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