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to ita original color and" lustre,
by supplying new life'and vigor.
It caused a luxurinnt growth
of soft, fine hair.
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eoDataotly OBibaAd I DOM com
plet atock el
Septch and Irlsn Whisklei
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
tCa all cietulTelr for Oath, to which laet va
lama toa attoation of cloie bargain bujara
Spatial atuatlOn circn to fillln ordtra.
at . Bf. SWANDEMi
Ladles' Farnliklnar tiooda,
Ctrair 3Ilatb ttrtat.
All klodaefclotblas ler Ladlaa' wrar raada to
ordor. or ready mad. AIo, full a.rortment af
,.,, ani-uaaia.' .nr.,. nr
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
yOOD ARD COAL.
! prparoi to dIirrr lha b.l
fire Wood & Stone Coal
Tn aajr'part of Iba ritjr.'ln an qaaatitj duited.
no .nori uoivc. . .
Coal IcllTsrc fl at 4 SO Pr Toa.
OKFJCE-Orar Ba.rwart. Orth A Co.'a a(o,i
'tora, !o door, aboT thcrn,r of Eighth atraat
an1 linnmaroUl arann. " darcit
r rr-n -t T.;' '
I, an option! wondor. rataal, lha tbatiaasdi of
hlddao woodar, of Natural 1 ot ptrrnancni uaa
and prartical araitablllty, combining instruction
with amuaamrnt, and otter loa.ng lu intreat. It
TEN THOUSAND TIMES
powar aoual to other
tune Ita co,t. Itareals c
RTal(cOuatl liulawoild,, all
around ua, teeming will, life, which In the naked
e must rurcrer minim a lealed bouk a aol. In
necar. aulmal. In walr. oheeHe ni tea. auaar and
Itch inaecia, milk (.lobule,, claw, and hair, of In
aeota, hundred of ate in a alngla eje of a Br,
daatefa butlerflt'a wln,tobrfeclljr formed
feallirra, the much talked of Trlnchlnahpir.il, or
pnrk worm, which flnt d.aao,ered In America
with thu MlcroHope.-
II i, of Inflnalo Talue to irofei,lnnal men, to
tea hrr, aod to atudinvij but nowhere I, it of
greater raHue than n the family table, within .he
reach of erery member.- It will JHkM jouneif,
yourchildren atul your frleud during the long
wimer evening, iv win .uuw you auunrrawiu.
and unclcanliuraa ot rarioua klud of food, aa au
gar, tea, brtad, meal, am. t
It iBoflnestlrunbel Ynlne to tho Farms
In examining Iniecta which nrer uuon hn crop..
Th power of a M mlcroacopo, and ao aimple la
IIB cuniiruc.iva .ua aoj iuia can u.o i. ujiu.r
aUodingly and with appreciation.
A peaaiu u pseaeoi, ej.aaui iii.iiuciitv, aiuu.'
Inir. and cheat). Over Cu.CuuhAia been ,old.
tiN.il tuliT thouaatida of aotentiOo men. farmer.
twriogine put ,X jeaia iia worm n.a seen ir.
aubool teacher,, ,tudnt, phjrldmJ, head, of
f am ilb, and others.
PRICE! .eu.Sent by a11, Post Paid
K.arr lniirnment I nealtr boxe.1.
iaueiea wi.n . airrviivi iur usa.
malionfor thatwonla th. m..I.ra. nt n.tura
eipialued InUreatloc lulormaUnn on the won.
dr, of craalion etorlea. akatehaa. te. Term
11 00 per yair. "mi journal will be aent Frea
foronf year to any onepuroliaaintTaCfaWatldlv
Fnr sample copr.anU 'ourbeaiti
ind daacnollve clrculkr. and aia
and daacnptlre circular, and eight nagaa oLUi
, timonials jf Craljc MIoro9W,anji 1 !
I postsVT - ,. .: 'TtlNKW
Optician, and Sol. Proprietor of Craig
aia conia ,or
Bet) at GO..,.
Uaao ixwen. Tnu mv
.'thU'MicrotcODO aell in av-
ally oa ita man
oalt merit; wnett 'ibttd . . lrga
Vrbfttn. Qntck Salon.
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Tb FemiylTaalaulnoeratioj .StaU
OobVenllon IH b held at Harrltfturg on
the 14th of May.
Twcnty-lgbt utliHon ilollari.more ware
zpf ndeit the flrat year of GranV'jalmtn.
Utratioa than during the laat year of
"j"oh"non". " " '
' The Ohio Stat Journal thinka jtlio Ro
publlcani will be ablo to carry! tne State
thtt year, if all the candidate! for Oorer!
nor vote. . ,
John C. llrecklnrldge waa chojan a dol.
egalo to the Kentucky Democratic State
Convention, but declined to serve, ai he
laying .i unwilling to reenter the arena
of political itrlfe.
It lfl laid that tho Indiana Ropubllcani
will pretentfour candidate, for Vice-President,
namely, Oodlbvo 6. Orth' and Geo.
W. Julian, who are member of tho Forty
Fir t Congreta, General Lewli "Wallace
and Governor-Conrad Baker. ,
The Mobile 'RrgiiUr iayi that the South
accept! tho alluatlon In goodfaitb; and the
next teccitlon will be' at tbo North. It
writci : 1 When the North beglni, andcalli
on u for help, why,- then, two'll think
about it.' No more locesiion for thlf qliar
tor." Ex-Secretary Well hai written a long
letter to the Hartford Courani deflalng
hii Dolitlcal Doiition In verr eznllcit ItimC
He conclude a follow : "The law
Congreu giving the President aulhorty to
Introduce military at Mcctloni, and all
tcheme by which the central government
auumoi to take cognizance of and to pun
ish oDenie by Ku-Kltix organlratlom, or
by other in the State, are like almMt
every act in what la called rcconitiuction,
unwarranted, unconstitutional centraliz
ing and revolutionary."
The Sta,to ol Kentucky comes promptly1
to the front and give the Democracy a
model to follow In their coming canvass.'
Ileribemocratlc Convention, which repre
sent, nearly all the people in the State,
has nominated P.-A. Leslie i"or Governor
and adopted a 'declaration of principle
which 3ecTir4,'among"othcrgreatly mod
Ifled i Democratic doctrine, that the Dero
ocraUc party of, tho State pledge itself to
put down all infraction of tho law, wheth
er Ku-Klux or otherwiae, by the power of
the State oourti and.tha alern administra
tion of the State law.- Here it a good bx
ample, alike for Northern and (Southern
Pemcjcrati. If there are Ku-Klux in
your States put them down yourselves.
Kentucky gives the Democracy akoy-note,
and we hold it best for their own harmony
that tbo Democracy of all sections attnpo
themselves to it. A". T. Herald,
Farmer In the vicinity oi Keckford
have gone' extensively into tobacco railing'
this year, ,
Inexliaualiblocoaf'mf'nc and ollvella
aro reported to. hava-bocn discovered at
An' International Convention o jHn(-!
r iSjto assemble i -.Baltimore, Marylandj
on the first Monday in" June & .'
, , A.-ll.,now, who lives near.Gosport, In
diana,. hiie,. hearty and vigorous, is tnid
to be between 110 and 111 year old. .
An iron mountain haa.been discovered
in Nebraska, which, it I said, contains
more and better iron than tho celebrated
iron mountain noar St. Louis.
Tbo cotton crop now arriving at the
cotton ports of tho South, promises to be
the largest sinco the famous one of 1859
"Wisconsin, following the .example of
Michigan, has abolished her grand jury
system, tha law to take effect on tho first
of July next.
Tho shipment of vegetable and fruit'
to Western cities bus developed a new and
promising branch of business nt Mobile
and other Southern cities.
The ltev. 11. Stover, aged sevonteen
years, Is astonishing' the people, In Du
buque wjth hi eloquence. , Ho is a Ken
tuckinn and has not yet completed his tho
ological studies. . , ,
Tbo'tteapier OreatBepjilIc, tbo finest
on'theiMlsslssippl rlvefhf been sold by
,tlie United States Marahal for forty-eight
.7 'tht iJ .sft n't... .,unAll....
itiuusnnu uunara, ana coav ouv.vu luirni
Y'y1 Tlioryagonai tbo
ASrectlBK tltr frana a rottd Mother
t as IVra fcoM-I-t-r to Ilia
ifiam itie'yinilCh'fonlcle, ltoy.1 mo
Bolster, convicted of murdor and sentenced
to bs hanged on the-tth of Jnne next, will
be argued bofore tha.rooort In general
terms, before which the case comes uuon
accused,' and argue for the
aha exceptions filed. ' '
LXTTXK, KOM BOLSTXRa MOTHER TO BKW
I . " 'SOH.
'ifantV, i', lITi
JItOwm Dxj.mBot:MInestllL though
your conduot breaks my heart. Oh, if you
exceplloa taken .to uie ruling or Judge
Olln during tho tr)al.LM4fiT O. D, Bar-
ani A ,fl. S ddit WllliaaneaV'K.e.thVT
" . an
had only mo homo last Sprjng. and kept
yourpremUe ta me, iyba iwould not now
be lyln'o: fti DrIon"awaItInk trial, charged
with a fearful crime. May God forgive
nn vtiabarnr mav he tho senloncO'oftho
law. I can do nothing for you but Jo pray,
but I shall loveryou ef,ever,ad 1 beg
and' implord W by'tha love you ence
boro,for..mo,t?,pray,for yourself, nad.to
spend-th reWafndor of' your life, be It
long.pr shorrt,,proparIng to moot mo at
vroa a riarn, nanu. . (
"Hattie-and Emily loin In sending, their
fatten t5 you. ney would almot g vo
their Uvea. tbLsorva you, and if your.llfo
houldbaapared you can oven-yet fecover
.uni nt lha world if' VOU Will.
"May God order,, all for your best good,
I tne prayer oi your -j,,.
LKTXE BS'IItOJC OTUTIS'S MOTH KB TO HIS
March. IB. 1S71.
"Mn. O. D. Barbktt: My mind" has
been so much occuoied with tho anxieties
aUcodant upon this siti .business, in con
nection with myothor heavy cares, mat i
iiavo'not found time, like Ifattld, to ro-
turn thank to vou for your kind Interest
in my poor, erring son,- but now I must not
longer delay It, tliougii worus cannoi ex
press tho gratltudo I feci towards you.
My boy, whntoyer his crimes bavo been,
bns alwBTs been nn aflectionnte and kind
son to me, and a mother cannot help butj
look bnck through all tho intervening
years to the timo wbon thoinnocont little
Bead Uy on .har, bosom, and her tender
svmnathy could soothe evory crlcf. She
cannot hardon her heart or turn n'deaf ear
to the voice which "has sooflon called, 'Ob!
mamma, mamma,' Am I childish 7 if
Uoratjo is not very much changed id his
disposition he is not' naturally quarrel-,
some but warm hearted and friondly dis
posed, though hot tempered when fully
nroiyed. lln used to bo slow to take of
fense, and still slower to make omplatnts
of others or (o justify himself.
I cannot but think his acauaintonco
will bear the same testimony of him now.
Wo all foe 1 dconlvi' but I can bear the re-
pach.6fihe worldiif.iia.wlll .obtain tho
forcivness of his (iixl. I do hopo his pen
itence may bo deep and sincere. Tbo sal
vation of his soul is of far more importance,
In iny mind, than hb liberty, or even his
life. I thank vou so much for on cou rac
ing htm to seek for paidon of his sins and
peace with God, and pray that you may
bSvo your rtward, both hero and hereaf
ter. "Very sincerely yours,
i - "MRS. M. BOLSTER."
April 1, 1871.
I ", U. U. AiAKBETT.
"Dear bit: Keturning homo last ovo
nine, after an Absence, of a week in m v
native town, I found your letter'awaitiug
me. While in Waterbury last wook 1
leurned that Ker. P. A. Steel, formerly of
Waterbury, and one of my former pastors,
was residing In Washington. I wrcte to
him asking to call on my poor boy. On
my return. I found a letter from Hon. V.
.Colver, Informing mo that ho should try to
teo-'Kev. DK'.Addtson, of Trinity church,
and ask him to call and visit mm. n eitner
of us could be awnre of tho action of tbo
WI do most earnestly nope that I may bo
enabled to bo with him d urine his trial,
thouch I bavo no idea at nrciont wherothe
means to do so will come, but I teal that if
it is necessary Providenco will open the
way for it. I should not daro to excite
hope of It in thn mind of Horatio, lest ho
should be doomed to disappointment; but
I shall try hard for it nevertheless. Yours
Mbs. MAROlA BOLSTER,
Bolster, tho condemned, ontercd the
United State" army at the ago of 18, en
listing In tbo Fifth regiment Connecticut
infantry volunteers, on tho 22d of Julv,
1861. He participated in th battle of Win
chester and served through tbo Cumber
land camDaien, under Gen. SbermaD. He
!va honorably discharged, on the i!2d day
ol July, lttiH, oy reason ox mo expiration
of his term' of service
S -dive, parent reside at Woodbury, Conn.,
mliA mn In hmJ nwillflt... nlpAllm.
"stances. His tnotuor is a rhomber of tbo
Eatsco Dal church.-in which faith her son
was brought'hp.'until his departure from
Lome to enter, tne army.
Tla Qatablrr In Gold and Htork
Ball Vauadarbilt and Bear Drew.)
George Alfred Towni.aJ in the Chicago'trl--ime.
The Gold Room in Wall street transacts
very little business In theso days, and it Is
difficult to tnako n panic in reputublo
stocks. Tho last largo haul was said to
be the Union Pacific stock, tho Pennsyl
vania railroad operators buying low niter
Oakos Amos' calamity, ond then bulling up
the slock by assuming control of the road,
when thoy Immediately old out. Still, as
lontr as stocks promise such speedy possl
billties, and men aru bold to take chances,
wall strcot brokers win una an avocation.
Tuko the broker' office of of Van Schalck
Sc Co., (pronounced Van blioick), on
Rrniid atreet. near lv ODnoslto tho Stock
Exchange. It is on tbo first, or ntrcct
floor a largo room, twenty-rlvo by fifty
feet In dimensions, with chairs and writing
table! beneath tho street, and an automatic
telegraph Instrument on one side, cioso by
r reading board, wbero aro placarded all
tho quotations or the day. Mr. Van
Schalck sits at a desk in this reading part,
with a window. at.bis elbow, enabling him
to wheel in his nl vot-cbair and Took through
(iio banking department, wiucn is paru.
tlonca on uoiinu mm. ai me tauic iu
front con gregato tho betting princlnals; to
whom f their -broker, a stout, rod.faeod,
aereeable man? with a quick volco and a
ready joke, 'addresses such remarks us:
JFlno74y for th"o raco'l'' '
wher'd MfvVati'Schalck'a partner ta buy.
imf and'SMlllherat'Jhis 'deskamonR: ,tu
j- rUautjysieilUOBlBStniiu.j(ii uiu.n,
counting "607 on" long, pfintod rolls, tbo
tau bf transac'tieni fust across 'the street,
e case orlIoTOTanTKrmlrigTnm O"1)-
uhlnn roir ai, almost bo nosru across tno
broad,' wood paved avenue." HTho price of
itinrs, is now re-
'"dollars, and the
character bf the exchange bus so "dele'rior-
ufOken wuu impunity,, uo.uk ,''
lowed to' be 'bartered In' thoro, although i
Secret issuo- of three million dollars of
tocW.was-ately made, contrary, to. the ex.
jiret'n provision of the bbftrd,. ,
iToMr. Vun Schalck enters, porhapi, a
Tenon, wbt says:
'I wish you to purchaso lor me. Van.
five thousand shares of Lako Shoro."
"How much marein aro you coinir to
"Ten per cent."
I want 40 per cent, before I touch it,"
says Mr. Van Schalck. And the would-
be gambler goes away sorrowfully, for ho
has small possessions. Ho belongs to ono
oi wo nveioiiowing classes, probably me
. A 'bull" Is a broker or principal wl Is
always pushing tip securities and stocks,
and Induln-lmr in tho pleasures of hope.
His .abundant dapital now alleged to bo
em nAA fiiin m.n tRAAniionn hi.
,IVVUU,VVV .MUM ,ywV---v- UM
strone' rood iuderemonw and' calm, power-
iui commence, aro icit in mai superstiti
ous street like a ligblhouio on n treacher
ous coast. But, aTtboueh a "bull", ho is
without a heart! his faith is purely specu
latlve. and ho will let tho family of his en
glneer, who perished driving through tho
tiro, suffer and starvo without remorse.
Tho "bear" In Wall street Is ho who deals
in insecurity and fear, and waccrs against
tbo hopes of capital. A frequent boar Is-
Daniel Drew an iirnbrant man of mar vol,
ous duplicity, who is bolil and worldly
oud works by cunning and monoy. Any
Eos'turo between getting on his knees or
oily and standing on a church-steeple is
tno samo to Aan. urew, so no can mitnu
Srofit. Yet this man rejoices that ho Is a
lathodist, and compounds for his sins
with that long-suffering church.
A"groon gosling" on Wall street is a
vordant character, who comes into tho
street with monoy and avarice, and ac
cepts as valid tho points given him by
mtschievousadviscrs and designing brokers.
When bo looses lid becomes "lamo uuckj
and if, afterwards, ho returns tohis broker,
and wishes to navo hock purcnasca lor
himself without putting up margins, crav
ing it on tno pica or ins bau iucic ana mo
prevlous'gains his, broker has mado upon
his misfurtuno, he Is said to bo '-an elo
nhnnt." Mr. Van Schalck say that his check
for transactions run from ono million to
ono million and a half of dollars a day.
Multiply this by the dozens of brokers nt
the foot of Sub-Treasury hill and you
have an Inkling or the extent or stock
Among the leading stroet operators at
present In New York aro Dr. T. B. 8hcl
ton, T. C. Durant, W-. S. Woodward, Jay
Gould (who Is reported to have lost heav
ily for a considerable time past) H. 31.
Smith, of tho former firm of Smith, Gould
& Martin, Prank Work onco a dry goods
merchant and started In Wall street by
Vanderbilt iwith $100,000 and edvico
Jobn 31. Tobin, iticbard tschell or iimnc-
beck. N. Y- and finally James 11. Danker,
Vico President and ainnager of the Bank
of New York, tho oldest in the Slate, and
Treasurer of the Lako Shoro Railroad
Company., ne is said to be tho nrimo
mover in an tno current, cuquv uuu con
trivances to movo lbp street, anovine Dig
gost man known around the brokers' of-
ilecs since the days or dacou Xiiuio, woo
died in 18G5. He is not abovo 4G years of
arc. bold, dcincrato and reticent, and his
friends aro unlimited- as tno treasuries oi
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his banker, of the Unitod States Trust
Company, or Use Farmers' Trust Comnn
ny, and other concerns bo controls, lie
deals through a multitude of small brok
ers, so us to cover up his tracks. Banker
is said to nave put sometimes ou,uuu snares
or stock In the pool. ' Other names, now
prominent as operators, aro tho two sons-in-law
or Commodoro Vanderbilt, viz:
Horace, F. Clark and Gcorgo S. Osgood;
B. T. Carver, formerly Cashier or tno Ma
rino Bank of Chicago, and John B. Trev
or, of the firm of Colgato & Trevor.
afiy-Hon. C. Kllbam, on his way home
from Albany to unolda last Saturday,
asked tbo railroad conductor to telegraph
for bis horsa to bo tit tho depot on his arri
val. Somehow tno telegrapn made
woeful mistake, tho word hurso boing
transformed into hoarso, and promptly to
the dopot repaired an undertaker in a full
suit of doleful black; and with a nearto
with drooping plumes, wliilo tho depot
platform was crowded with melancholy
irienas witnoionguieu locea. n ucu iuu
train stoppod tho first passsenger to jump
off was the expected corpse, mumrcsung as
great a degree ot arimauon as coma do
expected from n doad man.
Haw a Snob Tried to C lie at aa Aciret
and Wna ajtaeataa.
A New York correspondent tells a nico
storv or a pretty English actress, who, on
a tour through New England, took by
storm a young scion of a rich old family,
nnd was byTilm pursued. Sho was ot
course accompanied by a "black alpaca
mother," who bewailed that " or noinnring
'ad boon deluded by a villanous llatnori
cnn." The actress promised to her lover
a sham marrlago, "Just to make mother
comfortable," and, ho considered it a cap
ital idea, tho clot was carried out. Tho
bridegroom felicitated tho supposed min
ister for "doing tbo thing so well," and
Invitod him to coma and "crack n bottle,"
when ho discovered that tho "supposed '
minister was ono indeed, and that ho was
really a murriod man, taken in and dono
EfflrTho New York TViJunr, aftor long
and carnost efiorts to nersuude Deonlo that
the South is ovorrun by Ku-Klux, and al
together uninnamiabio by loyal men, now
publishes a goodly list of Northern men,
of known Union sontlincnts. who bavo
livod in Virginia and North Carolina,
without inolestatlun, for a porlod of years.
This it does bocauso "Northerners who
would like to go South and avail thorn
solves of fino cltmato and cheap lands
might be deterred from doing so" by tho
stories of lawlessness and reign of terror
wuicu uavo oocn circuiatou iiirougn mu
New York' JVioune and other papers.
Tbts.adraistion Is very frank and honora
bio on the part of tho 3Vtoim, and sounds
very tnucn liko jnick uoiiom s propoiou
spceoh oftbo Hon. lu tbo lamentable and
tragical comedy of JPyramus and Thisbo,
tn (lie effect thai the lion was no lion at all,
but only Snug, tho Joiner. Chicago Tri-
TICKETS FOR SALE
Ulnagow o' Qneeiiatown to Cairo
HalersJ, Morrl A CtiaUlce. Ant's
AnAlfUIMAH, aa. A'., xujai.
, clan, Surgeon and Acconchour, for
merly ol Anna, Union Co., Illinois, baa perm
neatly located in city. OFFICE Commerclrl
Aftnue, between Slh and 9th Streets West aide,
CW. DUNNING, M. 1. Kesw
IDENCE-Corner Ninth and Walnut
OFFICE-Corner BUth Street and Ohio Leree
OFFICE HOURS From a.m. to 11 m., and
WILLIAM II. SMITH, M. U
RESIDENCE No. 21, Thirteenth ree
etweea Wsahlngtoa Avenue; and Wtlnnt Btrt.t
OFF0K.-.121 Comercial ATrnue, nwlrira
HWARDMEK, M. D., Culro
and Watlilalon ava. OFFICE On ttemmprclai
ae.,OTcr iho I'o.tofflce. OFFICE HOUKS
from 10a m to 12 tn., (Hnndays etcepled ond
from 2 to 6 pm.
Inventor, harini bualce.a with the t'nlted
Bute, Patent Ortlco will flml it tothelrajranlage
to Intrn.tltlntlie'lian'Nof Iho old established
Mason, Fenwick & Lawrence,'
Patent Agent,, AVaahlngton, D. C.
They h.iTa dona my btuinea, to my oatlifw;
I ton, and I lake pleaaure in rocommandlnKiliem
to U ester u Inrentora.
inproTed IUvoUing Tubular Water
JOHN UPLAND'S HAliOON
la anpplled with all kluda ol
Petween Eighth and MinthSlreeU,
thlmty, whs love good liquor, should glr
him a call, and thoae who want a
Can hare their wanta supplied at hi, bar.
James Kennedy ,
HOUSE MOM HUD BUILDER
1 reparel to do ,11 kinds of
HO CHE NOVING, DOUSE KAI9IHG
Itepalrlng of Ererj- Deacrlptloa
On the rout reasonable terms. Ordera left at the
rraidence of Mr. Kennedy, on Center aireet, next
uoor to ine new acnooi uuiming, or aoureaaed to
the carent 1'. O. Hox 416, or the Bulletin offiro,'
will riwelre timmpi attention mvatf. ;
Be entr-flTe to two hundred dotlara per month
ererrwhere, male and female, to Introduce the
uenuine improved uommoa senne r amuy tsewini
nacnine. inia macnine win allien, nem, leu,
tuck, bind, braid, cord, quilt and embroider in a
most auoenor manner. Price onlr S15. Fullr
warranted for fl?e Tears. We will i-ay 11,000 for
any mncnino tnai win aew a atrouger, more Beau
tiful or more elaatlo aean) than oart. It tnakea the
"Elaatlc Lock Stitch." Erery aecond stitch can
bn cut. and still the cbth cannot bo pulled apart
without tearing il. We pay agenta 575 to S20U per
moniuaau expenaea, oracommiaaion irom wntcn
twice that amount can be made, For circular
aud Ivroia, apply to or addreaa,
0. II0WEH3 A CO.,
Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Catrrioa Do not be impoeed upon by other
pat tie palming ott worthleae caat iron machine
unuer me aame name or oinerw lae.
Our. 1. Il.
ly K.nulneand really practical cheap machine
Proprietor of the
Billiard Saloon and Bar Boom
100 Commercial Ave.,
Cairo - - - - Tllinoift
AEi. EN. 1HULKEY
William jr. Allen,
John II. 31 ul key. J CAIRO, ILL,
Namnel I. Wlieeler )
Particular altentlon paid to rlrer and admiralty
Ortlee llooma 7 At 8 Winter'. Block.
QUEEN Ac GILBERT,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
fVllllatn II. (Jraeu, )
rilllum U. Ulluers, V CAIRO, II.l-
Afllea r. Ullberl. J
dpecial attention Hlien to Admiralty and Steam
Odlce on Ohlalavea. Itoom 7 and
over City Nailosinl bank,
Pcccnsoas or Avtaa A Co.,
General Commission Merchant
No. 13i), Olslo L-3ttft,
n'qvjltf CftinO, ILL.
piTY MARI-HAL'8 OTICK.
aii nan.r.' of Doe' are herebr no
fpr,,.n.i .ri.r the I.lh of Mar. 1STI. I a it-toll
all unllccnaed dogs found rnmilns Inona inilda
ihe corporate limits of th- city ot Cairn, 1 can
be found at ma uy t iertt-a ofnee dally Uurla
ortluehoura, from the l.t of May until the Uth of
Stay, wis. ,n, r ASUKfcw uaisj.
Vb1"'. . .
Cairo, April SO, 1171.
' -WT- I
M. H SCUXJTTEK,
Importer andWhafewle Deaht
H f 1 I . 'St. mj Art 4
a imc.i 'H
TOBACCO inH CIGARS.
i. - "idvl ,b',i i
r . lip a -. f
A(t-nl for boat brnad ofl
CREAM AND STOCK' ALE
I ' 4K.A
Importoct SaJieass ofctir
b a 7 - J
-' ' .
Bectlfler and "Wholesale Dealer la For
eign and. Doaestlo i
LIQUORS, WIHES," ETC.
78 Olilo iuovee,
CAIRO t - - - "iLL.
tie keeps on handconstantlT. a rail atock of
Old Kentucky Bonrboa, Rye and Mob
. dies, Ilollaud .GIaltaino
h and Collorula lVIncs.
J GEORGE. STEINHOUSE
1 Cor, 8th St 'iaVcfcTWal ttT"
IN ..THE FBix,.IOlJSE
rUaarDt itaaajrs. CUaiToWaaa aa d Sail I-
Ladies' and Children' iiif CtVndmampooned
AT THEIR' OWN 'BOMBS.
Uuuleroca'jLWhlskJlla Ifarr E maaenn
lino manner, aaa.aauaQcuonguanuJiee(i.
QARL I.. THOMAS-
I prepared! o d all kind cl
IK THE PERRY HOUSE,
nin,KK rnMairiii. aw. i.k a,u
OHIO LEEEs CAIRO.
pin, s ii l d mm m '.mm snf srriiiiriKLii
Are Ma w la lOawraUow.
or in les auant tv. maoe mm me dus wm
Wheat. l aurtlMIt
ST- a. awa.
Cor. 8th St. & Waanint tn avo.v
Cairo, - - - Illinois
I supplied wjth th;rreaheit
n j n-.ii... Jr.olt n..u
ii i refill i Vi -r nn nun
ii riinniin aiiiiiirii t hirinB uiiii
And everything else needed tor family aupply
ill. in auonoua or tne Deal aiocned srocariaa 1
uie cur. "
mm mui MinKt
CHA8. GAYER ."00.,'f,rop'r.,
At vcu -uuniaiiiiv un iimnu liih ynm ui sinevi. rnr
-., ir..s t l. a u..j.ii
Frh white lard m BovauAntifr.c6rnt.d Imaif.
IifAji on hand. y
rnt1. ' fb7d tl
P H, M-KHAY,
rt otal.t 1
UAO 6L 0 1 LAM M I 1 1
Uas lUmoved Ixoia, (he riftVifouao to the
BRICK BUILDING ON 8EYENTH
Between raniaaaiataJ mm eaa-la(
artaats,epatt WIMra Bloca
tt t t ti tic I. . 1 1 aia :jm
I r . i , .. i . .
Bord addTTlfltionTWi1 aWlfn, .
HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE
AJoiij.i'a muC . ..
aod mtton perannnm, Prealdenl, the V
l,'v I.llmulh,D. 0 Dean of lluror
..v. i.iciiuiuiu.a'. u. aamaa ox unron.
J ." r-r t.-w a-auu uoa.