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ijoln on alt mkjrett of iuttrtut In Hit ,.Wie ;
vl a Utrf t awl inrrm-tii;; ornilafion, Ihr Unlit
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rnttrpriwiQ biinnui MfM.
TIIK DOLI.AH WEEKLY BULLETIN.
John H. Obcrly i Co. nave rciluc-il the ul.
scriptitn price ef the UYe.iy Cilrn llullcllii In
Ow Ih'laryr annum. making it Hip rlii.i!nd pa
piMithed In Southern Illinois.
Fru). Down ,A!5i, who has been a
member of the new overmneut oC this
district, ha tendered his resignation.
F.uimek Gukei.v.y denounces the
carpet-baggers as thieves who are a
tur to the south aud a dii-graoo to the
north. The head of the agricultural
I'Uilosopber is level.
The great and good Horace (Ireclcv
who has told the world what he knows
about farming, und who wa?, a few
weeks ago, a traveler in Texas, nas re
turned to the bosom of his family in
It is rumored that Cooke is about to
resign the governorship of the District
of Columbia, which rumor is, of cour.-e,
not well founded. Wheu Cooke gets
through with it the district will be well
cooked done brown.
TlIE Mnrhn County (III.) Whim
nominates John A. Logan for president
in 1S72. The brilliant Logan would
not like Sherman, pay "I won't accept."
Unambitious John U too modest to re-fu-'e
In his late XeirTTpcecli, Hon.
Horace Greeley wid, while speaking of
ine "new departure " "Ultimately, I
Mmnk it will itrengthen the democracy ;
but Um willing to go out of power."
accommodating the great Horace
JI- 0., iu his late New-York speech,
unkindly said that ho was not urateful
0 he republican party for the favors it
"u mowered upon him. "I am t,er
,etly willing," he exclaimed, "to .ass
Wlln tlie republican party."
-", now could youl
. .ukuelev IS not ati.reKent
rvor HoUy" 11 18 Ba'd 1,1,0 doeH "ot
"When tojJZZ1 aSpira'i0U8,
c.BoiW .. J"tW, the Chi-
'she will na r"ls Kthat
little Ud n "MV,Ininllis
WKBTO.Nis rtiirvraiLW ,bU
IfWIller l,nr .1... .1 . " " IS
0 " ' ;,v ",ent. ouis arttVian
well j and a more disagreeable rt .1
caterpillars, Oeorco Franc! U,'?n
f ItohandMrs-WoodhullaltoC If
were to walk out of the world
grave, who would be left to mourn for
m cdhju not one.
. PiuT Chant has received olli
!ial nnlifn ..f 1... . 1 . . . .
. Vll vouwjiiipiaied visit of
me young itussmn Grand DuLe Alexis
to thia country about the first of Septcm
ber. lie will land at the port of Nw.
York,and graud preparations are beiut
ur ma reception by promincut
vuueng 01 we nietfopoljM.
W. II. MORt,
forming territorial governors that thoy
must stay at lioiiioniid attend to the du
tics of their positions. 'Altlioiigh Grant
and Mich cinafl fry toVIlo their duty,
ami notifies them accordingly.
Wk doMrc to ?ay that the claims of
Hon. I). W, Mtinn, of this city, on the
publican party must not bo over
looked. Uo must Bpccdily get his re
ward, or wc shall bo ipipcllcd to raise a
liMurlmucc m the republican camp. He
s not, we are authorized to say, a candi
date for the presidency, but n utt be nom
inated lor the p'oMtion of congressman
from the state at large. Wo hav
UoTll history and tradition assert
that since the days of St. Peter no popo
has occupied the pontifical chair for
twenty-five years. If J'opc 1'ius tlic
Ninth, now tho incumbent, shall live
until to-morrow he will have presided
... .i. .irtuHnip. of the church a nuar
ter of a ceutury, and tho event will bo
celebrated in tho "Eternal City by a
jubilee. Two hundred and fifty-nine
pones havo reigned, and to-morrow it
will be said that of this number only
Peter and Pius saw the end of tho
twenty-fifth ycai of their reigns.
! 1 I 1 'I ill -
We have hesitated to announce that
our amiable vice-president is regaining
his health and docs not indulge to ex
cess in cigars and coffee. Our hesita
tion was occasioned by a desire to not
make a mistake on n subject so import
ant. It the vice-president had been
guilty of excessive indulgence iu the
weed and Java, what would our Sunday
school teachers have done for a shining
example of unadulterated goodness?
Without Colfax they would bo rudder
less ships on a stormy sea in a dark
nigiit Helpless. Schuyler is a jewel,
and its brightness must not be tarnished
y tke breath of slander. He don't
smoke much, and as for coffee how
could a Christian like this Pogram of
American politics drink coffee? Per-
sh the thought.
THE CROWN REFUSED.
Gen. Sherman has proclaimed his
determination to not become a candi
date for the presidency, and in the fol
lowing note defines his position:
Fort Hill, Cohanche ltoimn,)
To the Editor of the HerM 1
1 liHve been tVirting the TeiM frontier
for t)i pxH month, and here for the firtt
time I meet flies of ciutern papert, by
wlilcli I fee fjuito nn unnecessary mt hi
Locn rnifcJ bv n purported ipecchmade br
mo at 11 supper of the L'iion League Club of
cw Orleans tnc ni;;nt preceding my de
parture from that city. Whoever reported
that 118 a npecch by mo committed a breach
of propriety, for (Jovcrnor VTurmoth prc-
Hlilvil, ami ueiore l consented to respond
tn a call 1 win HMtir'd by the president
of tliu society that no reporter were prei
unt ami that whatever wan 8 nt d would be
Fucrcd and con lined to the persons present.
Now 119 to politico, I think all my per
sonal friends know my dccp-ncated antip
athy to the subject, yet as yon feom not to
unileri'tiind 1110 1 hereby Hate, and inenn
nil that 1 saVi that 1 nrcrr Imrr brcn tui'l
nerer irfll It a ramliitatf Uir urmulrat ;
that if nominated bl rtthrr party I nhoiild
peremptorily decline, and ectn if unani
mously eleced I tiould decline to terer.
If you can find lanzuaL'tt itroriL'er to
convey this meaning you are at liberty to
1 am vonr ol)olient icrvant,
W. T. SI1KKSI AN, General.
The language used by the general is
characteristic of tho man, being the
most pointed that could have been used
to make emphatic his declination of the
possible honor of the presidency. If
wc were to urge nny objection to tho
old hero's course it would be that ho
las protested too much, thereby cro
uting just tho faintest suspicion that he
may bo trying the tactics of "Don Juan'H
Julia, wlio, saying "I will ne or con
sent," consented. This policy of refusal
s the high card of certain great men who
have aspirations thut know no bounds.
The " favorite son of New-York " has
tried it 011 several occasions with great
success, the great and good Greeley re
Horts to it whenever he is anxious for a
nomination, anil iu the old-time a gentle
man named Cicsar, at that time residing
at Home, placed his foot on the liberties
of his country and became all-powerful
while modestly protesting that he would
net wear the purple, but would per-
emptorily decline to receive it even if
offered by the unanimous voice of tho
" V011 ml diil (., that oa tie I.uprcl
!..'.h,rif Prent(l him a kingly crown,
V, lilch he dlU thilce relue.,f
Hut, it may be replied, that Sherman
is not such a man, which, possibly! is
the truth ; but, if wo are a judge of hu
man nature, the general, like all other
mortals, is not altogether aboye tho
weakness of ambition, is despotic in dis
position and cau tolerate no curb upon
111s own wayward will. Ho loves to
rule, and we fear that a nomination to
the presidency tendered to him would
"n tie rciectcd. Tt.ii
"Koala 1,0 "hoved from the track, Slier.
out o the question. . Ho will bo
, 'crtai'i. contingencies, and
,e a,u "r,t likely to arise now. and
a''"t while the present incumbent of
presidential chair has tho ii.niik.
trutw 01 Ins civiliau rivals. Into ..nr.l
other's hands theso two men play, und
fn.lu i . . . ... ...
only when Grant steps back will Shi
uan Mep torward
General HtoncnT.n " 7. ...,.
physical disability, ha, Mjted to be put on
it... ...it .1
mis it absolutely jicccsnarvjo scuk reft
ml rocreatiimnt a fashionable watering
ilaco. hft'xrCcts fTbrrlforial Governors
r-n.lpiTiihlilc nd Olhfrwlin.l
rn llncnot Ayer. tho doaths from
yellow fever nro abating and biulncn It
resuming Its wonted course.
The Chlcnco Time has Invented anew
term, tho " woman-women." Ex.
And tho woman-women's II tekhj calls
tho sex the "fomalo-man."
Tho common council of Chicago, after
a long debato, havo itruck out the provis
ions In tho llcenso ordinance, requiring
snoons to close on Sunday.
Tho Tiimm says stumbling over defec
tive Mdawalks and collecting damagci from
tho city Is becoming quite nn Important
branch of Chicago Industry.
Mr. P. Knutcrand AIls E. McCloud
both members of the senior class of Law
rence university at Applclon, Wii., wcro
drowned In the river there Saturday, by
tho upsetting of a boat.
A tiro Bt Potsdam Junction, New
York, on Monday, destroyed the outlro
Lnilnnx nortlon of the town. On last
ThiiMiUr. thii enllro vlllace of Cold
Spring, Mass., was burned.
The twelfth musical foslival ol the
Northeastern Sacngerbund of America will
commenco In New-York on tho 24th Inst.,
and will cont'nuo six days. Over ono hun
dred German soclotlcs will bo represented.
Tho motliodlst preachers of Boston aDd
vicinity havo resolved to petition Gov
Claflin not to allow Massachusetts troops
to escort tho ninth Now-York regiment
whllo In that city or going from tho city
Tho Now-York Commercial Adcer-
User says the reports of th! Tweed wed
ding were greatly exaggerated, that the
presents mado to Mr. Twoed's daughter,
said to exceed $700,000 in value, would
not amount to $40,000 worth, alt told.
Fanny Fern, who first began to wrlto
to support her children, is now worth
Weston, the walker, on Monday, com
menced an attempt to walk four hundred
miles in five days.
Misi Viola It. Crowo has become as
sociate editor of the Hudson Democrat,
She Is a graduate of Vassar College.
Mademoiselle Schneider, tho noted
French actress, tho original grandeduch-
esse, has ben married to a nobleman.
Major Cook, who was a trusted mem
ber of Lee's staff, Is now principal of the
negro high school at Petersburg, V.
Pullman is said to have made a for
tune by bis sleeping cart quicker than any
man on record for the last one hundred
Mr. Floyd Snelson, recently ordained
at Atlanta, Ga, Is the first colored yoong
man trained in the schools of the Ameri
can Missionary Association at the South.
Biroa Gerolt, th Garman minuter
at Wuhtnjton, has dtdI to r.itsrs it
once to Grmanr ami will sot wait fc? the
arrival of his uceyior. i
Secretary B'linip U L d-ilfrar ti
oration at the doting cerestonlM of the ,
Princeton college commnc!B!nt. Gen.
Grantand Gen. Prank BUir, iieipwd t
to be present.
WHAT ALABAMA HAS POSE.
Vtotn tl.e Moatiprncrr Airrti4r,,
In tp-akin! of tbj sucssfal eifory of
Virginia, .Missouri and Tennessee In
throwing on radical misrule-, we have a
right to make friendly complainU that
tho Hl Louis Republican did not refer to
our great victory over radicalism in Ala
bama. Alabama, we trust, It now a per
manent democratic state. We have al
ways stood up hero firmly and souarolv
on our democratic and conservative organ
ization, and conducting our line or opera
tions always with an intelligent apprecia
tion ot existing lacts, nave nnany swept
luo radical party irorn power, never to be
restored by the people, at we confldoully
believe. Alabama stands now the ally
and equal of any and every other demo
cratic state within the United .States,
never having compromised ber organiza
tion during her four . years of struggle for
her reasonable and natural supremacy,
and more than New-Jt'iirk and Pennsylva
nia havo done. Sho now accepts tho poli
cy of tho national democratic party as
foreshadowed by Ohio, Pennsylvania and
tho late congressional address. Not only
this: sho now proposes, as one of the
southern states, to entrust tho northern
and western democracy with tho duty and
responsibility of constructing and I'ormlng
the platform and ticket for tho campaign
of 1872. It is proper, perhaps, also to suv
that in this state we no loneor recognize
old political distinctions or classifications.
There aro no whig or democrat, union
men or secessionist, Breckcnriduu or
DoUL'las democrats, or distrusted man who
have tried moderate republicanism. With
out reference to tho past, but only consid
ering tne duties and interests ol tue pres
ent, and looking to the hope of security
in tho future 'or the freedom and peace
of our people, we all stand together in a
common cause and on the same line of ac
MAJOIt (IKNKItAI. H1KS IN 1 II K TOM lis,
Krum the New York Tribune, June v.
A few weeks aire. Mai or General Char
les Muudeo left his home In Tallabsattee.
Florida, to attond the reunion of the Ar
my of the V otomac, at Boston. After the
reunion he returned to New York, and
called on Generals Wright, Newton, and
Hamilton, wuo nao been ins former com
panions In arms. He wat at that time
very nnoly dressed, but was unutually
pale and nervous. Upon leaving hit
friendt, ho went to the low drinking don,
J 1 1 tta 11 f - 4 4 .a a a. "
. "u no" tvroei, ano Dougnt a part
nership interest for $260. He want there
regularly each day, taking no part In the
uuiinei us sue nup. out tilting quietly
behind tho bar. Tbo whole transaction
occured without the knowlodire of hit
friends, who supposed ho had returned
homo. On Friday three men entered tbo
saloon and were waited on by the partner
of General Mundee. Aftor quitting one cf
them declared he bad been robbed, wont
out for an ofllcor, and had the barkeeper
arrested. The following morning Mun
deo was also arrested on a charge ef grand
larceny nnu conuuciou to tne Tombs.
About 8 o'clock that night ho wat seized
wiin convulsions, and died witliln two
Tho deceased wat a man ofuroat woalth
and high Handing, and had been an officer
in tne regular armyortlii Unitnd ritatct
for twenty years. Ills friends t an acco
unt for his conduct only on tho ground
mm nu was insane, iionorai Hamilton
donates that while with htm In the army
nu waa imvur an luwiiiiiumiu man. ana
wan always highly esteemed by hit fellow
olUcers. Uo wat 44 year of ago. und
leavwi a wife and tlx children. "When
his friendt saw the body at the Tombs It
was clothed in very coarse garment', and
DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1871.
a ring had boon stolon from 'tho hand,
Tho romalnt will bo taken in charge by
ir.miii. . i Wf'lpt, Shalcr, and
Hamilton, and forwardod to Tallahassee.
TnoUIILK IN TIIK LOUISIANA IIOUSR
A Sonecarablan "legislator" In, tho
.. , . i .ruprcsentativct was
called to order for what tho speaker was
pleased to term a breach of decorum. Tho
Sonegamblan genllomnn, who had been
listening to a speech by a Congo mombor,
on tho close of said speoch classically ob
served, "dat dar nlgga It a dam liar, an'
I'll frow my boot down his froat If ho
opens his cella doah 011 mo again."
To this chestcrflcldlan outburst tho
speaker responded with hit mallet, called
order, and ventured to declaro "the gen
tleman guilty of a breach of decorum.
"Br or breach ob do who, aah
breach ob de who?"
"Breach of decorum, sir."
"liar's no korutn hcah at all, sah. 1'to
a qualified memba. tah, it tlttin' heah for
to do do buiincu ob ray conttltumus : au'
If dat dam nlgga focbet hit lie todit'wm
bly, I'll frow a number tobenteen boot
into dat trap-doth ob lies, tah I"
After tho indignant gentleman had
thut given expression to nit tentimentt,
tho other gentleman subsided, and the
august assembly of lawmakers for the
stato of Louisiana went on with their Im
A NEW CHURCH.
Kev. S. II. Tyng, Jr., at tho opening of
St. Paul's Episcopal Church, on Sunday
last, tald; "Wo have cotnoheroto open
a new Protestant Episcopal church, in all
Its nurltr. in its simplicity : and I wish to
call your attention to tho faetthatitit a
protcstant church, and that it it a protest
against any usage that displaces the
spirit by service; that puts priest in place
ot the word Christ. Lot it bo distinctly
understood that this church will be frco
and Independent, standing on a batit of
tho broadctt sympathy with all those
churches in its vicinity that hold to tho
common faith, and that, while still cling
ing to our peculiar forms, which Lave
come down to us from our fathers, we can
yet extend the hand of welcome to all
who worsnip in tne namo 01 tne savior."
rllE llEAUTDUL SUICIDE.
(Krcmthe Detroit Trlbunt.)
Tbo tulcldoof the beautiful Mn. Har
rington in New-York city hat become a
topic of conversation all over this coun
try. It seems that through marriage
tho wat a distant relative of General Cast.
Tha general had a sister who married a
gentleman named Selden. nit brother
had a daughter, Kate Selden, who was the
unfortunate Mn. Harrington. She wat an
aetrett, and some time ago played an en
gagement at Young Men s Hall, we think,
when G. W. Hough was acting at mana
ger. It is understood that sbo was de
sorted bv her husband, and, being home
less and friendless, took her life, despair
ing of being able to face the world's dif
ficulties. sjty We are quite shocked to find 10
grave and scholastic a Journal aa the Her
ald atsuring us that it waa " the famous
Bishop Berkeley who said that the battle
of Waterloo put beck the clock of prog rest
half a century." It wat not half a century,
which is onlr fiftr vettn. but aixtr-Teara
that this u clock was put back'tinee Bish
op Berkeley died in 1753, and Waterloo
wu fought in 18 15, Bishop Berkeley it
not commonly thought to have survived
his burial, cot withstanding the immaterial
Ism of his philosophy. The person who
really made the admirable remark so hap
pily cited by the Herald was Bishop Laud
who let it fall in a conversation with Will-
uci the Conqueror, at Berkeley Castle
shortly after the determination 01 Nap.,1
toc Bonaparte to marry the daughter of
Piua the YII-, ia the futile hop, as it
prjreiL of reconciling the Emperor Nich
olas of BoaafA with the Reformed Dutch
Church of Houston in. Texu. Berkeley
Cat tli, w may aAI, shortly afterwards
pasi py the female line into the poises
sum of Cardinal Wolsy, who established
thera a fmouj school for educating neg
VwtM grandmothers to sack eggs. Gen
eral Grant waj for sometime a tutor in
this academy, Y. 1'. World.
BOOTH A.VD HIIOKSJ.
BOOT AND HHOK MAKKK,
VttwHD WattiiBfUa Atiiu and Poplar btrt,
Kooli and Haiti Madr to Order.
1'il Workmen Employ.d.
CITV SHOE STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
sol r Aorxi i mi
B O O T 8 A N I) S H O E S
Comnir rrlal'jA vcunc, Corstrr or ElRktk
rAKTICULAH ATTKNTION 1-AID TO ALL OB
DKBH IOR UOOfSKIRTH AND HHOXH.
Opposite the rortofflcr, onHlith Htrtf t brtwaen
This house haa beaa thorouihlir owhaulfd,
rffarulihfd and rrnoraUd. and ia bow opto for
the rwption of gucste. The rooms ara all large
aadwrll vaalilaUd, and fuahiturs nw. Hatch
krpl alahtand day, HK.1, (IAKFNET,
COMMKBCIAL-AVKNUX, 0roHITK P. O-i
JOSKl'H IIAVLISS, t : : ; ! I'KOrRIKTOII.
TlIK Houhb is Nkwi.v Fuunihiikd
And onVrn Iu the public fimlhni ai-comtnoda-lions
at reasonable raicn.
COUNKK SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(Kntrkncs on Hlitli.t ,)
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OAKKj, CAUT A CO., X'sepcletora.
Ct ar onie i.Kvr.r..
i rntt, blast
AT nARCLATs' IlRUO STORK,
Fnran Hcrru, Duly.
MOCKING BIRD FOODv
Alt ar.ADv roa ras without raoraia
JJ E Ti M b o I, n g
GRAPE f CATAWBA ) t OBAPJC ) PILLS
j CATAWBA V I ORAfX
GRAPE 1 catawba ) t (oRArx ) PILLS
A SO AIL or
FRESH FROM FIRST HANDS,
Always la stock In large supply, and for tale by
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Fr Hsslr ay tlssr Ulauta, Botdr or SStaioas
rExTRA Fine Coloonxj
&Gknuinx IxroRTRD Extracts j
rilAia, Tooth and Nail Brush xs;
FIndia Rubbkr Nubsery Goopsj
PURE WniTE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Rt grades in targe stock and T
riaty, Tery cheap;
Full Limb of Colora,
ai Ana is oil;
Palat Brashes, Llaaeed OU,
Whlttwaah Brush, Ttirpeatlne,
Varnish, XU. e
ail aixM ah aTAXBAao qritirifi
R. SMYTH & CO.,
A'ao, kp ecBAUatly eo haad a rnott com
plt slock (
Sl.'OTCU AXP IRISH WIIISKICk,
II I .V 8,-
Port, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba, Wine
RBMYTH 4 CO. l xelulTly for ca.li, te
whltb fact tbv IbtiU Ilia esiallla
tion af elaae hargaia buyers.
Hfuial attention given to Filling Order.
I.lrerpool, New. York and PhlUdrlpbla
rxura rimtain with I'xiTtu titm and aatlimi
For Carrying the Malle.
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oa ri'BTMra mroaaiiioji
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Acit.,
1 W Hroadway, New York, or to
216 Washington Arenue, Cairo, Illlooli.
FOR SALE, ) Vorfjale f FOR SALE,
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FOR SALE, j For Male I FOR SALE.
Fare from LirxBrooL,
Fare from Londonpkrut,
Faro from Glasgow,
Fare from Qukknstown
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HOUSE MOVER AND liUILDKR
I prepare! to do all kiada of
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HEYAIHINO OF KVBRY UKSCUIFTION
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OHDKKH left at the resldeoreol Mr. Kennedy,
on Center street, next door to the new acbool
house, i.r addreoed to the care of V. O. Box 411
orthe llullolln ortlce, will receire prompt atten
Aiifei'" !'' Indlaeration, cauaing narvona
dablllsy. prematura daoar, ato . halna Wed la
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BLINDS, WINDOW GLASS,
Office on Tenth St.,
ataset-t-Ul tutel WaaklagtoM
AOJP" 'or Kk Hirer Paper Company'
Bheatbiof Felt and Quarts Cemaot.
11. i W. Joha'a Improre-l Roofing always on
CO A I. AXD WOOD.
F: M. WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
FM. WARD la prepared to delirer the let
, Fir Wood and atone Coal
IN ANY FART OF TUE CITY,
And ia aay quantity demred, on abort notice.
COAL DELIVERED at 4.50 pxk ton.
OFl'ICK Orer Ileerwart. Drtk A Cn.'a !n.
two door ii a. thet-orner ofKighth street and
Commernlal avrniie. Ieri.it
CAIRO CITY COAL
It prepared to uipily rutiomer with the best
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
CO A T i.
RDKRS left at llalllday Hroi. office, 70 OHIO
LEVEK. or at the Coal Yard below the Ht.
Cliarlee Hotel, will recelr prompt alleollon.
THETUO "MONTAUK ''will bring coal along
lid steamers at any hour. octtot
LAND FOR THE LANDLESS
HOMES FOR THE HOMELESS
ONLY I1-25 FKB ACHK
FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS.
TAXI TUX CAU OfTHX
LBAYBNWORTH, LAWBKNC'B AND QALVXS-
TON B. B. LINK
From Lawresic and Kaasaa City and visit the eel-
oraAa ua wmu.i ,
ThbGabdkn 8fot of Kahsab.
prtOw tea , ,
rocdMT ab macbm mmop.
I, k K. GREENWALD.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP
STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS,
COFFXR AND SlIBKT IRON WOBK.
No. 248 East Pearl Street,
COMMISSION AND tTORWAHDINti
Cement, Plaster Fakir,
PLASTERER'S II A I It,
aill.iS. aud a a . ..
MILLER k PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, COR
Oats, Hay, etc.
68 "" Lkvke, CAIRO, ILLS.
JOHN B. PHILLIS,
tHuccensor to Parker A Pblllls,
TV A T IMS TV- IT 1 r . . ...
-"..i.i.ll 111 II t I 'I III V lift
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cor. TENTII-ST. and OHIO LEVF.
J- M. PHILLIPS & CO..
tSuceeswra to K B. Hendrieke A Co..)
fiTTvniifl nr n
WHARF-BO AT PROPRIETORS
a ...... . M muihki, iiimjib unr.n
Are prepared to recelte. Lnr. r.....
aell on cornxaleelon.
tteTBuslness Attended to promptly.
(Succewor ol Ayera A Co.)
riar,l c u : : i i
133 OHIO LEVRE,
LOOK TO YOUn'oHILDREN.
WBITCOtlB'Sj In the toweli. infa?
a.,... si a
I cilitates trie process cf
( "ubdnea eonTuIlon
n HITCOBB'K I and brerromee all dla.
" " r I inciurni lo in-
Ifaati and children.
WUITtOBB'H I tery and summer eom.
ajrap. j plx:nt In chlldien ol all
W I In .11 . . .
UriAf TUn MKDICINE CO., St. Leols.
Ka .1 I . r... ; . t . t , i .....
iiii' t frm i rvt viTtriMiivit iit
ub. ' u ill. . nr. I . in . Hum .ii...... w r r I . . . 1
i ilnl... VmI..Ia. U-....I Tl. . f
il.m.nl, la Mkrrfara Mmrallv Iu,iiii.m..
PhTsieal Incapacity, retailing front self ataae
tir ty Robt. J. CulrerwHI, M. I)., author. of I
oreen uouic," etc.
"A IIOON TO THOUSANDS OF SUJ rBRS.'
L' t .. J - ,K . t I
un.. .w.aiiiftin nn rM-incm i t ,niB ..r far.
Ilowery, New lork, IostolBce box 4,StC.
i nn nnimi vanatr: trimii inn i nnu .anus a
and prartlcal aiallabllity, combining instruction
with amusement, and nerer losing Its Interest, II
1 . 1 1 1 r. . n wnnn.r. n. n.uirit: 1 nw nannum D
TEN THOUSAND TIMES,
. ...... I In Ah,. Ui.mu.fi.. e
lllliee ua cvst. imitcbis chuuiivh lima wuriu",
eve mun loreTerreaialu aeeaiea dook ma veil ia
Tinegar, animals In water, cheene mltea, sugar an4
itch Insecli, milk Olobulea, claws and balra of In
aecta, hundreds of eyea in a single eye of a nr.
dust of a butterfly's vlngi to be perfectly formed
foatnera, th much talked of TrinchlnaHpirklis or
pork worm, which was flrsl discovered In America
with Huh Hicrotoopa.
It Is of Infinite ralue to professional men, to
teavhera and to students, but nowhere l II of
greater value than on tha family table, within the
reach of erery member, it will delight youreelf,
your children and your friends during tha long
winter erenlngs. it will ibow you aduluratlona
and uncleanlinesi ol various klodi of food, aa su
gar, tea, bread, meal. o. iwmi
INESTIMABLE VALUE TO THE FARMER
In examining Insect whloh prey upon his crop.
Th power of a oo microaepp, and so simple 1
....j mnit wicr, annraciaKion
III CODIirUIIUVU 1HWWI7.I.MM M MMWV..
A beauur.ll preaenw igan, muruciiTe, ajnua
i.. .nrlohMD. 0er 0O.UX) hav been aold.
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During lb past six yews iu worth baa keen tes
tified to by thousand of acientlHo men, fanners,
achool teachers, students, physicians, beads ot
families, ana omen.
PBICE $3-00, SENT POST PAID BY MAIL.
Every instrument Ii neatly boxed, and band
aomely lbll with full direction for us. Thou
and a nave been ot by mail.
Address, W. J. L1NK8S A CO., Chicago.
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