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BY JOHN H. OBERLY &
. . uin,
a. i. ioiwic,
' tAva lx.Us a4 WaJswt Mrerti,
ea on RUth Street.)
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cfw at mt pMt obm
' -SjaeBkatf IWJWIWa
..'ynfltoiiM lauealy farnUhedaod aVretathe
Ik, Mr. . !
puuuj iriKiiii accommodations. feb7dtf
Wm. If. Myers, Jno. II, Cannon
JNO. II, CANNON CO.
Successor Jo E. 0 Tcrua A Co.,
STR.iW, SILK MILLINERY
Mr54tii St., cor.,,tliarlcjv
Otw U.H.lUM,deev MT. Lei'IN.
. 0'f. will receive ptompt and careful atten.
toa. j , awrTdlra
Wiliu JJilfVL ') " i " "
bomMUf Utn"on r.lTnd4mlrlty
7 Wl air's Bleak.
AtTOXHiETS'kkb COCJWEIiOM AT
it r. ttUDMi: lP,mmma
r City HatloMl Ummm.
or Arcmil Co..
noTllif - CAIRO, ILl.B
A B4BK cnMCBMl TOUKO MB
CrQrItmlr'i IIot,3CO und III, Honih P-
rt of. Tngt in trenbr batlftaJllua
rith tfih of kij: in, t kin km
d doji foaB'i rnonloz'luoM'lukl
I H M I u M uil ilnjra lAnil.l Mnn .
fuuod at tha CUT 1,'lejk'a olBca dlllr durlu
iiBca hoaia; from tha lt of NaT unlit the UthTal
mur. m t iwiiairui it i
City Ma .hat.
Ciro. April . ini.
Ifa aUmarjlrom(haPatTr.Jfealo th j
Teaiwaa,OaiMiiU Wlatar'a Blaclt.
Ha huaraatl lacrreaed liia atork, an.l baa ao
a bandjUkla-lapf Chaadtlier,, Brackata, Paad.
toVm.in WAKE, ETC.
1h1Hw Ware.CleStiies WrUteri
flaffd.aV BUI ar a ai in r
avatca.-naare, , ivvaitairai, Jtire -'
-afcoffb. Air Grates,
in, ific, Operand Stiect Iron
. 166, Washinqton Ave
AND DEALER WAU
i adVlauaabUra onlr tha beat oettla. hoaa
d ebaap, aad la pranar jd to fill any demand tur
r uuU ,lii lofii
wneo oi v. E. DOBBINS,
aa North Biahth at., Philada.
A-coior and drawing liiat will
not, burn tho hair or iujuw tho
It -'doe not prodoco
t ii .
mecaniuijr, m tua poitonoas
preparations do. . ,; K
It gradoallj rMtom trwchaV
to its original color 'and -lustre,
by lopplying ntw life, and vigor".
It CAuaca a loxuriant; growth
of soft, tLiio Tia'in ' .
The best and safest article
ejer pffercd. . , ,
Clean and Pare. No Bcdimeni
OHIO LEVJIE, ' '
keep -coMUntlj OB-hwid rtMi eov.
Port, Madcrfa Sherry, Catabai
W zclulTnlr for CaaitiL'ts which ivl
lint tha attantlon of dOM.Laraia bujara
8pclal atUBUon KlTen to tiling ordera.
AU klnda of tlathlaV lor UJU aMi iuU
ordr. or i maila. AUo, t full Mrorttnant af
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
fy OOD AMD C'OAJL.
la prep&rtJ ts dallrr Cia beat
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
in any part or the city, to an quantity da.il ed.
no abort notice. r
Coal ItllTtrtt at H 0 Ftr Tea.
OFFICE Orer.Beerwart.-Orth A Co.'a ttora'
awia, two oooraamTe ine corner or tiainu itreaL
api Ommarrial atunna. ilaetlit i
fata optical wond.r. reTeaJa the theuaaada of
hidden aondera of Nature t la ot pernaneat oae
aad practical aTaiU141ir. conUsloi taatraction
with amueelsent, and aerer loa.aa in iateteet. It
TEN THOUSANp TIMW
a power equal to other-tnieroaeopee of mane
limea tta eo.t. RerraJa conntlraa liula woilda, all
around ua, teeming with life, -which to the naked
eeinuat rortfer remain a eeale4 boehaeeelala
tinegar.aattnala In water, chelae BiUea.augaraad
itchlnaecla, milk llgbul, clawa aad Lairaof ia
aecta, hundredaor area in a aingle eje of a fly,
duatnfa butterSy'avlofa to be perfectly formed
rentiers, the much talked of Trlnclrlna bpirklia or
pork worm, which was flrat diacorered lu America
with tbia Microscope. ..
It ia of InfinaU talue to Drofeailanaf nenTito'
teauhera'aod to'atudenia,- bat nowhere le It of
.greater value than ' n the family sxble, within Ibe,
reachof eeary member. It wU. Jclixbt jounelf,
yourchildren and year friende during the Iodk
winter eTeninga. It will ahow ynu adulterations
and uncleanlineasol Tariouklnda of foo.l.a, au
gar, tea, bread, nifxl, Ac.
Jt Ih of Incstlmabel Talnc to the Fame
liLexaminlou Inieeta which prey upon niaeropi.
The power or aSM mlcroacopo.andao almple In
lu cunttiuction that anycblia' can use it under
atandinglr and with appreciation.
A beaeflf ll present, elegant, In.lrucma; Amua
Ing, and cheap, Oter CO.Cuo lure been aold.
Durliia the pait six yeaia III worth haa been ta
tlfled to by thouianda of actentifio men, larmera,
acheol teacher, students, physicians, heads of
tamiliea, and Others.
A?Try ineiruraent is neatly boxed, aad hand,
eomtl labeled with full directions for uae. Thou
anda naye been aent by mail.
Addreaa, W. J. LINE3S A CO.,
, i. . Chicago.
trfc u FREE! FREE!
JilcIS!ff Liy journal of tafor.
rflktionfor npeople-.the'myalerlea el nature
eii.lalne.l-lntere.tlng Itlorroatlon'on the woo
defa r.oreJiontor.a., atetohea. to. Terms
II PO per yeir. .This journal wl'.l U ...t vr.
for one year to aay-ene Mirabaama a Crala Micro.
.ana ooroaMMiiruii tHnawra,aA'
.ptlWWWViW, VWM,aV, HI lJ i
Aaanta aad jbaalara, ihla Ultra ecopA .atl am,
nJdoriptUecireuUri,mnii5lght pgea ot Ut.
r 1 NEiaHibukobb news.
- MABlAC cOuktt.
J. M. SWn. Bfa.tta.rf UlthKl
barrel ftctory.In MMrfltf. -
The Mtropolli Tinttt npdrU tbaf'fruli
propecU poor in thi' iectlon, owing td
.mcnitpradattoa af taareuliot.
The PreebrtetiAA church in Matrotolla
hm been repaired' Snd'tle foundatioiu Hot
both the Baptiit and ChrUtlwi Churches
haro bee laid, f7.
Tie Odd Fellow of Metropolla are, male
ing many ImproTomenU in their cerneterjrr
waiKi are being laid out, nnd treci and
lbo independent Order of Grand Turn.
plnri of tho abovo named town, U more
proiporuui than at any time einco ill ox-
A German tchool hai been ononod in
M. Frdlnand Jcnner, one of the otdett
reldonti ofPinckneyville U recently de-
.The bridge on tho Chatter and -Tama-
roa railroad, injured by the fretheU, iuvo
ail been rcpatrod. .It I thooeht the road
III be completed to PjncVnoyTllle by-the
lit of June.
The contract for building the sew, Jail
of Ferry county will bo Ut on tho 10th of
r aw ...... - . ... - 7
jsay. xne ouiiamgi.to.embrac the Jail
and tliejailera reaidence and it to' bo Bb
iihed by. the 15th of October neit.
German etory-wrlteri are about to flood
the world with war novels. c
There landed in Canada but year C6.01S
tmmigranta, of whom ia.OOO aflarward left
for the United State. -
a -ui.wt'. ' jr.il-r-Jjrr?-""''
an.mnii imimr viaiuia aai woAsan
in-tht State lateltr ineroatad'iha -Doniiia"
.........'" ': . . . : - If -T:i
iioooy ne aatraJglit:fluabrglrli;
The Zeoadon and Soutaatra Hailwar,
000 pweng ..wit a fiVent.
umuuiuw are)v-ruwer oaa a vine
yard Talued at jil. Stll
ally from 130,000 to $35,000 worth o!
s.? r .t '-.v 7! . f . r
une oi mo teasing tnglla" Journal j caya
novent of. the. irtj Importance waa eer
10 badly reported as the civil war to
In a cigar shop in Parliament street,
.London, tbe following notico ia poitod :
'Credit if given tb gchtle'moo, but'eath
pt rwrtrni from rn.mli.rinr P..II.MAni n
Tho coloreumembori -ofrthe Hoaso of
ltcprcientutivea have all taken icata near
-together, on the left of tbe Speaker, and
tho location.ia already known aa Africa."
A cititeo of Beading, Pu., it aaid to
have mourned the death? of thirty -fix of
bis children. Ho ia' ww, .flftj-fiyayeara
1J u.. v.a a'.'J- 1'U. il.i t'T".
uiu, um umu wjreu -wires, anu muriouT
A MaconGai) paper balla atteLuoa-to
minliter of that place., who carries an
'.T Taly pistol in the long coat peculiar to his
cloth. It dubs blm the "ariiaed mission
A cartcatura Tiaa just appeared ' j tha
London shop windows of a large and ven
erable orang-ouung, with' Prof. Darwln'a
face, labeled a Contribution to (unnatu
An enthusiast In BUmford, Conn, is
boring for a coal deposit which he irasg
;inos 'underlies bis farm, ahd Ihai' sunlc'a'
naftslltvor aaventr feet' lint daa nnlv
-, r v
reaencu a tnin vein or plumbago.
Statistics show that tboro is about nine
times as much coffee consumed in the Uni
ted Statas as in GreaS Britairr- and"Tl early
tbreo times, aa much tea .consumed la
Grout Britain aa in the Unitod States.
A young man says that tbero might
havo been such 1 thing as real true lovo in
old tltnts, bntjhat now, tha notion ia En
tirely 'obsolete ; and )f. you ask a young
lady now-a-days to sharo your' lot, she Im
mediately wants to 'know" how largo that
Even a Texan man cannot shoot down
his fcjlow man with Impunity, for didn't
a Judge down there tell a murderer the
other day, MYou hay been tried and con
victed of killing your' wife with an axe,
and you ought to' bare boon ashamed of
yourself." ' r T h'l V
While tha Princess Fredrtca was ar
ranging a Christmas-tree (for7ome(popr
children jstyiennt, forCbwmaVfla5!V
a burning green wax tapar'.fcli'apon her
a painisuaeaia, at' too- rroiuenOT-or-nei
fattier, tbe ex-King of anovir;4al1,
ThePrincois of Walts is described 'at
k. i j iii .,..it, t,t.t. . i
HP. time of her aaptl.ls'wer. the them, of
HIVIIHIIIISH aUU VIUVHI.W JWHIM, ""iv.l-
Ipoklng TptJ tbtnand worn, ,w.itfe a lovely
Jaco, sifJiU'of adrieii'.H '9 'M' PftpW
Wis said to. have lost in a' fow years 'all
j r"f reuguBui jugsaaia. v ,,mI'I P. "slt tta pure, air. As.iwaen!
oil .ttont I
A young man in Astoria, L. I., is ao en
thutlastlc orer tho.comlng clcctloror AU
flee hWrenilVsi,arl' VtWUaan? cand!,
date, that he patted two largd hand-bills;
one printed in German and the other In
I Kneliib. oaihaaldaa of an Itiner
sHaarwawgsi rUUmT JsTT Uta,
rulo on (he table, took It up, and o
qnlrUrUiiaa,waVa'asVered, "It Is a rule
for counting houRiaratdiUj.tiri
an3 ofor,'up Aaetdowa repeatedly, and atl
ia, in aparuxjjW OramedcurioAiiyho
iBUredVfHoirr iaUhei-w"me) of Wbhdtjri
eVyU Ct boa;witbthU7!i- . sc
The Chicago papers announce that tho
grare of DoUgWWlha. eltyts ti'bVsoli
for taxes. It appoara.ina communication
from the city collector lo the councils that
Giant, and that the
Judgment, KewTlf ll Jco'mpef led to pro-
n FASH 16 N tyO'TES.
The most admired shades of brown used
in combination are eae au lait et caft an
laitjorce, coffi!e.and-nUk-aod strong; cof
fee arid mill?. -----
, Tiio matinevatunding.. collar, with tbq
front corners turned down, is the latest
style, and vcrybecomtng.toelondergontl
men with long necks! ' ,
A. disposition to longthen the skirts of
walking "dresses is shown by our forcltft
modistes resident IniNew-.YtirV, hut lit' UT
steadily opposed by our native Tashlon ar
tists. ... .
he Asanas aeamleas edee. a iow
tumad-doirn collar; With a wide sbaceleft
between tbe points to show tho scaif tic,
s m.lato novelty, designed for centlemen
wjtU Irgocs. ' V i
An effectivo style of trimming black
silks and satins when they are worn for
full, etf nlsg, or .dinner drws, li to'fldubee
and ruffle them with black Chantillv lace.
over platinga of "Mochlin'orlirusion.
owiss, uriaian, ana organaie muslins will
be worn for aLfcprae- evepjjgsdrwj this
season. They are trimmed -with ribbons
tb match tliedrejslnlreoaired "reception
Among the important novelties in la
dies' bats and bonnets'' -are- two just from
London: the Imjbannetand tho,Glen-
gsrtUp ;J and tiifrom-ParUi-the. Jura,,
Celeste, landau, gipsy, Pamcli, ferme, or
close gipsy, and chapeau reattionnaire.
AtnOBtfthcri rter Idressl fttbrics broue'ht
nio va jpiiaort mar Ketj.ttio ramie clothes
re attracting favorable attention. They
are made from the fibres of tho Ilhca
grasa, and resemble silk in fineness, bril
liancy and strength. The manufacture ot
these goods is, dovejoping anew agricultu-
rai inausiry.in oarftouuiern atates. -
Some of tho names given the new colors
in dress fabrlci during the last few
months.by the Parlsians'are very erpres-
aiveof their feelings. For instance: aril
exii, cxUegray: 4rne Urre frlrmngtre,
stranaiaibrQwaJ sjarth; Ikrnus ' diU
Frafcq a palaj arly blua, the dolor of a
(tear j ' tipoir it lapatrie, i bright green;
muvtnir da absent; a vivid violet; and
J. I 1 . ie a
wg"iVmT .a60P rea,.,wnicn was.
Silks are cheaper nowihan they! will be
soma time nonce. -Tha stock of French
goods now in tbe foreign, end American
markets waa manufactured before tber'ran-cc-tietman
war. All the silk looms on tbe
Rhone, Loire and Soine-ot-OiteTiave been
atopped for months. The Lyonnais silk
industry has been suspended, while Alaaco
and Lorraine, both silk-producing prov
inces, bare boata devastated. With all Ihu
recuperatlvo powers of the olattic French
nation," it. most bo rconths before this
branch of industry can bo resumed at
least'to-the'cxtont It was carried on before
tho war. Now is the time to purchase
RULLO F p, TH E MURDERER.'
rraf. Istatr'S Aoaoauat (. Hla Inter-'
wletar With Hlm-HIa Eeal aa a Phi.
Prof. It. II. Mather, of Amherst colleira.
haa communicated to the Sorinirfloid
(Msu.) i!pti(tan, an account of a visit
he recently made to the murderer. Kd
ward.IIrHulloflr.lnhiscelli From it -wo
quote the following, which will dodbtlcss
be interesting, even to those who havo al
ready read much concerning tbis. singular
The visit waa one of idlo curiosltv. for
one of my collettgues In tho collpge had
shown me some months 'ti heat a criticism
of RullofTs, written years ago, when he
was in'tae aUW prltori at Auburn, N. T.,
upon parks of-Plot TayIt,'Lewls, edition
of jono of Plato's dialogues, which bad
interested mo in bis scbo arsnip.
o'clooV'tW'AtfTmtf arid tl!went
1 the TTlSOn. and" tha nentlamanlv
high sheriff at vntro consented td'grant the
interview, if RulLqffJwas .witling. Tho
doomed,man.ati a rat. rsused.aah bis
done of.lat toall -visitors buf-whtllrtld::
wai a -waa a atuoent ana teacneroiureeK,,
avst qnpa lestjaMKt vHe approathed the
heavy, latticed Iron door and asked Very
politely If I could remain long enough to
'Prni!99TVi)Mf tha boautreaiqf bls Uiaf,
bo permitted to
into the coll. ;ate,-said
tobiilick the' massive
yes, ana proceei
i T, .
taV.or.lOaVfra iBtnlB raWtaSiU
tqred Rulloff approached wlb two tniapl
dated chairs, and with the most" winning
courtesy, askod tis to bo seated, and of-,
fored to.Tolieve.Me ofi.myr hat.- Hi aat
down upon his rnfle pallet opposite me,'
and I told him I had seen the criticism ro-
ferrcd to above, and that I bad f desired to
learn how he. had acquired his kaowlcdgo
o'dnguafos. ',H replied, with a
smlle.lriat hehad 6bta1nodIt all by hon
est work; that he had nover been in a
colleeeor,uniyeraitybut that from boy
P,0 M. S bloat intoaso'laterest fa
.tha biauly and tha strength 'c-f the .Greek
.tongue. jHe;c6Mpialrled,thAt ha hid been
laughed at by the pUbllb t as -a aaperflolal
oaow, and.wantad me to satisfy myself
on that, and thenhcarSrh'ntbfl had to "say
about tbarftmiertlon'-of-Wguage; Ire
plied, that as wa had no text-books, I
could not examtno hini,.to.,whlch be re
lo!nadtJirtm4ny W t'cllislcalilnUiors
be.knew. by. hearty and would try and re
I1rJP?k'OC;,udrttjrgeit wliere he
shotild begin. .Tblnklngitbat something
(rQta.thaKcBiorabilia might bo appropri
ato to bis nrescnt needs., r, iuvvmIm) h.
third ciritcr, flrst hodlviWioro tbo. aentU
awritsof Socrafes' referonco to God
and. duty in tbelr purftr 'and oxhltatlbn;
approach 'so near to, biblical revolallon j
and be'nt'orico gavo mo the Greek. Other
part f the aarao work ai Veil as tho Iliad
of. Ilomer and some of tho'plays of Sopho
cles, he showed great familhtrity; with.
Then, In order to show his thoroughnessji
ho criticised tboSasmmdn reridprlnr of
certain passages, and ho did it with such
subtlety and discriminntlon and elcganco
as to show that his critical sudy-ofi ihcso;
nicer polhts avss moro'' rcmarkAlla 'than
his powers of memory f , In fact I should.!
sky that rubtlcty"of reasoning and analysis
was tho marked character lit c of hi m nd.
Uai-ona. ortlWo-i'passageiVof Ilemdr', In
pnnMeular,:ho. showed rrreat 'ifctiterihis of
criticism, and a most thorough apprecia-
nun ui ma crnnacur ot mo sentiment.
hb opposed "Triost vleorouslv. and when T
supported.tho conjmon version ho quoted
from a vast'rango of clussics to confirm his
TIOWj r s
ills lueorv or lanirnatrs I rannnt .ni.
upon ncre, ror it ts too subtlo for thecren
erai rnaaer. it ts vary orieinai. ia onltn
iuu.iarji vu lull USUIUIISOOU VICWS Upon
fcoiqparative philology, and probably will
, , 1 V . ! - I . , t
sons think him a monomaniac on this, and
ouv uiiuiiuiii um. jhiml nee.
certainty nts ontousiaaBi'u moit remarlca
blflj Ho sat there in his chains
tencedbv'tho' bltrhcut c'riurf In dts.n- ih.
gallows", nhd without a word, or apparently
- !... Hk. .1..... t.l. JS . rr .
a uuuijiii, uuuui ins uoom, no argued and
plead for his favorlto theory, as though be
were wreitlini? for hla Ufa anil ...
mrnedTto win; Ho is anxious iri har nil.
Iploglsta' examine' tho1 'Manuscript' of his
work. He ura-ed me to coma with ar.l
such men, and take-time tosee whether
his theory is trne. Ho asked ray pardon
for the apparent dogmatism of thn att.
ment, but said ha felt convinced that this
theory ot language ;waa a special- revela
tion to mm, ana that perhaps a hundred
years mlcht elapioero it would be1 knnwn
again, and then added significantly, "And
you know that whatevor Is done must be
In person this strange man is about mid
dle height and of robutt build, nnd is np
parantly verging on fifty years of age, not
at all tho broken old man ho has lxnn mn-
rosentedi Hd haa a singular face, not vil
lainous or grossly sensual, nor is it schol
arly. Tbe features are stroncly marked
and full of sinister meaning. It is a face
you could not forget, and yet would not
caro to think about. His eyes, which are
uariv nazci, i nau nearu was the strik nc
A .... . i.... t. ji.i . , . e
.camru, uui it uiu not impress me so, per
haps because it showed strus-irln and anffar.
Jng. The bad lines in his faco to me were
Bootit ins cnin ana rorehead, and his neck
Is very short, and stout, and heavy, in
manners he is very urbano and natural,
and he converses with crent fur-lilt v nn.l
.ologance. nis voice is mollow and pleas
ant, and occasionally showed tones of
tenderness. IJnt for all that I do not be
llevo the man has any tenderness savo for
language. In looking nt .him you would
never imagine him loving any human
being, and you would bo euro that -his ha
tred would bo implacable. He is .certainly
an enigma, and offers In himself a power
ful argument against tho theory that edu
cation, la alono sufficient to lead to true
,rnunbood. Those who would throw out
moral. and biblical teaching from our ava
terns of culture have a difficult task to har
monise tbelr theory with such a character
as this. Here Is a profound and apprecia
tive student of all that is beautiful and
glorious in classical learning, working for
years as a' philologist, and with a zeal
rarely oquaiiea ; and yet nil thn timo lly.
Ing a life of crimo as dark and torriblo as
any criminal in our land. Ho shows that
true culture and truo manhood can only bo
uj uoveiopemeni ot tno moral sense, ana
that we must cducato tho heart as fast as
we educato the bead, as our knowledges may
only increase our sin.
A Leaf from the nernrd of a Lad
Candidate for the Presidency.
A morning paper has tho following cu
rious rata which camo up yesterday after
noon boforo Justice Ledwith In tho mar
ket police court. It waa an application
for the isiuo of a warrant for thu arrest of
Jas. II. Blood, alias Dr. J. II. Harvoy, of
the firm of Wcodhull & Claflin. Tho ap
plication was mado by Annlo Claflin,
mother of Mrs. U. Wcodhull. Mrs. Claf
lin Ucges:in liernffldnvlt that Blood other
wise known as Dr. J. n. Harvoy, occupies
the same bod with her daughter Victoria,
and that said lllood has boon in ber family
for. the last six years; that
sincq hit entrance Into her. family
he has made every effort to corrupt, and
bat corrupted not only her daughter Vic
toria, but throuch his maehlnetinna nnd
.intrigues, has excited her daughter Tenn-
caoTo aim t.inu-uiyj wcanoa tnem Iront de
ponent." Il-?P,on,ent 'V tbRt during the time thd
."resided In-saltr.Uouse, she -has often" heare
said thatnilood-lnslstedthafhor daughter
TennesseVshould nrtkoefltfrts to securo
thrf attentions of different married gentle
men, in order that said Illrwvl in.t in Id
jt YJolorU and Tennessee might comblno to
uiuo mj)ny,oui,qi siict! persons; and Hie
doponent'ayj tpst she has knot'n suoli
married gentlemen who. have been taken
In and blackmailed in said house. She
has often board Blood, who is receiver of
all. the moneys that come into tho posses
sion of said firm, Woodhull, Claflin & Co.,
. i- bit ....
say that no books of any account havo
been kept by said firm, until yory recently,
ana tnat in rem an v trouble stintiia artso
between tho dealers with said 'firm and
themselves, a great troublo would como
upon said firm, and that Broad street
would be too hot for A m.
She further lays that tho belloves that
Blood ia endeavoring to ruin herdaughtor
Tncis, and .that aa he bas thrtatrned
her life she does not fool safo from him,
and praye that ho may bo arrested and
dealt with according to the law.
Tho affidavit is supported by others and
signed by Mr. and Mrs. Sparr, daughter
and son-in-law of Mrs. Claflin.
Mrs. Woodhull. indignantly denlo tbfc
assertions) Vindjsari It is merely ari alUm'pt
to 'Ifivy blackmail"; that her mother, old
and weak minded, has boon induced by
some means, to mako tho affidavit, which
is a black nnd infamous lie.
riatravta af the Dcsaoeratie Parly In
FwAxitroirr. Ma TfiADomocrhtlc
party of Kontucky, In Con vontfon assem
bled, reaffirming too principles announced,
by tho conventions hold sinco tho war, do
1, That w'lio slatcsmanshlp und Uuapn-
triotlstn require unlvorsal and unqualified
2. That the Industries of the
demand tho abolition of tho presont mode
jor ralslhg tho rovonuo, by which portions
of tho Republic aro onnressod nnd robbed
ito enrich monopolies and certain sections,
and tho apwdy adoption of m system by
'wuicn tno nuruens or taxation will be
equally and justly distributed, and tho
taxes actually paid may roach thuTrenlury.
j. -i not tno preservation or liberty is
possiblo only through tho Statce ; and we
protest against ovory act by which tho
btates aro deprived of their' lust and con
stitutional powers, and State tribunals
busted of their proper and necessary lu
risdlction: and ws aro ready to loin in all
lawful and just measures to reverse the
tyrannical acts of tha narty In newer.
Whereby it is sought to strip the Slates of
an ngois, ana concentrate all the powers
of government in a groat centralized des
potism. 4. We indorse tbo address recently Is
sued by tho Democratic members of Con-
frcss, and unito in condemning all acts
y wnich unconstitutional and despotic
powers are conforred upon tho President,
by which, with tbe use' of the army and
navy, tho suspension of tho writ ot habeas
corn us. the Dover to declaro martial lav.
call out tho railitis.'and invade tho States
without tho request of their Executives or
Legislatures, and other undefined means,
he can destroy tho frocedom of elections.
tho independence of the judiciary and the
sovereignty of thd States,.' ' " ' - :
G. Kentucky Is unalterably opposed to
very form of lawlessness, whethor com
muted under the cover or unconstitutional
enactments or by organized bands ; and we
pledge ourselves, as occasion may artso.
to use every means to prevent tbe one, and
to havo enacted such laws as experience
may demonstrate to be necessary to put
down nnd punish tho otlior, and to secure
to every person amplo protection of life,
liberty, and property under tho laws en
acted by our own L"glslaturo, and admin
istered by our own courts.
A1V ADGYMAB, M. D., PhysL
a cian, Surgeon and Accoucheur, for.
merly ot Anna, Union Co., Illinois, haa perma
nently located in city. OFFICE Commerclrl
Avenue, between Mh and 9th Streets Weet aide,
W. DUNNING, M.D. Kes-
IDE.VCE-Corner Ninth and Walnut
JFFICE Corner 6Uth Street aad Ohio Levee
OFFICE IIOUK.S-From 9 a.m. to It m., and
II7II.LIAM R. fiSIITlT.M.
vv KBSIBENOE-No. 81, Thirteenth ree
elween Washington Avenue and Walnut Street
Of FOE- 1M Cometelal Avenue. nrHfire
REStDENCr! Oira.r of Nln.l.enlh .t'
and Waahigton ave. OFFICE On Commercial
ave.,over ine roatoroce. urelVK ilOUlu
from 10a m to 13 ra., (Sun lays excepted and
Inventors having business with the United
Btatea Patent Office will nnd it to thelradvantage
to intrust it in the .handa of the old established
Mason, Fenwick & Lawrence,
Patent Agents. Washington, I. C.
They have done my business to my aatlsfao
I ton. and I uko pleasure In recommending them
to Western luventors.
WJM . II. FAKRIfl,
Inventoraf Improved ItTOlvlng Tubular Water
, April an. mi.
JOHN UYLiAND'N NALOO.V
la anpiilletl with all kin da ol
Boor, j3L1o, caVso.,
Uetween Elgnth and MnlhBtreela,
thirsty, win lore koq.1 llquoi, ahould give
him a rail, and those who want a
Can have Ihrir wanta anpplied at his har.
HOUSE MOVI R AHJ) BUlLOffl
Is prepared to do all kin is of
IIP'HR MUV1MU, UOl'SE BAIilltU
ASS ' '
ItepalrlMK at Kvery Dsacrltstloat
On thomnsi reasonable terms. Ordera left at the
resldsnce of Mr. Kennedy, on Contar aireeti hut
uuur n ine new m-iivui uuuuuia. or Murwtum) to 1
will rseelre prompt attsntioa, ft j sorttf
fto, or the BullrtlnMne.-T
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t tf. tfi ' J tm'I
la . .1-AU.U IsVULU
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a v j'j iiko axr'OJt
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Rectlfler.aa WholatalftiDealerin FtJps!
r lgtt aud-l)OBetcv. 0ns s
l,.m , . - .13 111 - ' - .
78 Ohio Itevee,
n keeps on hanlcnn,Untlr, afuJlstoek.ajri
.! j vadaOkiu
OMJCcBtncky Bonrboa, Rye.aanl, JtM'ii
' ongahcla Whlekies, French BraaM,.
lleir, Holland Ola, "BaWi f 4
and California mmi ' t
mnrmAtt m T 1 tin 4u J
0 HI! 3 at
FASHIONABLE BABBElt ,
Cor. Sth Sf. aad CoWWiat "St?,0;,
- ; n - iCJ'J It1lTJli
IN' -THE PRftfJfE,,
harp Rsson,asaaTawH as Bklll-
j sni TfaarasssiiaiJiOtT ixahs
Lada' and ChlMraav'aUsleCat andatawaasMBeVl
(AT T11EIR 'OWN HOMIsJ., , t '
Oentlemen's Whiskark aidtiair Dyed maaciaa
tlfto manner, and. aaUaraBtuni gaaeact4d. .kit
rsdt , ? ', 1 - , tf. . .
. ar low cil
la prepared o iioi .klndj of i
ao ' M
IN THE PERRY HOUSE.
CO RHKB CeHMBCIAt. AYElfTJK AJTs
OHIO 1VEVE13, CAIBO. lf
FULTOX & 80XS, - - PrVretar .
Are If oar la Fall OperaUaa.
Kessrs. Fulton A Bona are praparnd, to lurBMsi ui
all kinds of Flour of the beat quality, and also'
Hill 'eed of.alt kinds.- " Orahara riour, toeacfean t
or In less quantity, made front lb a pest ,y
YAI.ENTI.VE REHCII'S :
Cor. 8tU St. k WasUlagtoa avtv,
Cairo, - - - Illinois 11
Is supplied with Ibe freshest
(Jroecrlea, Clreen and Dried aatd Caav- . f
Dressed Poultry, Fresh Butter
And everything elie needed' for family supply
It Is In short one of the beat atooked arroeerfee la
A cimilouaoc of pabilo patronace'is respactiutlir
.oltPll-.l r r
O O A Xjs
ire Prepared to SHpply Castomera'
with the Best Quality tf
A NP, i If,
(ina-io f 7 v
Orders left at nallldaj- Bros, sfdtaa,. ,L a
Wo; TOtpbto Levee, or attlta 3SMSfcTB
Yard below itiesU. Ckavrlea Hw- 3
Ay.lB.ttov ail" l r-
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