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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 13, 1871.
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES VVnSlM INO GOODS,
.nmrrr.nl Asr....r. e..ollc Mill.
anil JIjrmorn "
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAK
' Mlrfi. to nriW.nr Ready-Made.
A full a.'rtmehtof Misses' anil Liullc
Hats niiii lluiinots of llie latest lylej
LA 1)1 US, TAKE NOTICE I
KKIIiril MilKET, IlKTWEE.V WAXII1N0T0N
AND (OM.MKRCMI. AVENUES,
Mm Jii't received n full nnil pjlrmllil line of
lit.. iiiintiilne. ailk clmrn. ullk taloon. sub
pure !., mm tritnmliips, crocket button,
Mlk vrltct button', pliiih ami trimming el
rl. hut nnd bonnets, fine kid glove, ladle' flml
Oiildtcun'Mioea, and full and complete Mock ol
Millinery nnd Fancy Goods,
All of which .he propose, (o sell t
THE VEtlV LOWEST CAKH I'KICK.x.
coai. and noon.
AVOOD AND COAL
M. WARD i! prepared to deliver (he best
Fire Woo.l nnd ntouo Coal
IN ANY PAKT OF THK CITV,
And In liny n,uintity ile?ircd, on short notice.
COAL DELIVERED at SLGO it.ii ton-
ur ri;r. UTer iieerwart, unn v,o. s eimr, i
twodoor. above the corner of Eighth etreet and
office Over Beerwart, Orth Co.'s Move.
vuiiiiiitritiMi Riruur. -irv,,
Sunday Monrtiyn, August 13, 171.
JOHN II. onr.ttl.Y, Editor asp I'l-w mint.
Tin, or Dir. Duly IHiiitin:
One Mk, by rnrrier, 2-'
On jctby cMtii-r, In advance 10 0
Odq Htontb by tatul, 76
Thru mnutln, ..,t2 15
Hlx month, 4 25
One yej.r, ...... t bo
TA atHsial nnnerot Alurnrvlcr muntu and of tht nfw of
.U.i on nil rMU of Mertit iu th' puUie ;
vtt!iit'irfeintlncrt4itirt circulation, the
tin Wivtr tM piiiwii o
entertruing btnhts httn
fin rJiriU thtiKittwrngtut inttllijtnt rta tcrt and
Til K DOLL AH WKKICI.V 11ULLET1N
John II. Otjerly A Co, naro reduced llie Mib
crft'liim price of the Weekly Cairo llulletln li
On Mlar inr ammm. niokfni; t llie elienpei't pa
perpuMI-hed in Southern Illliioln.
'or I'rrnUUni 187U,
JA"ME8 R. DOOTilTTLE,
Subject to the. decmon oj the notional item
I 'I'll- New York World mi Hcimmr lAxilllllo.
"Ilia record vi xo coiiiiiteiit and untar-
nixKcd that it .mau lie likened to a utrnvih
line drawn acrasi a nmslea clear leant.
nnwerved 'by the luctuatin' a(moviere
ftvMn by &wlor Ili!ittt, tleltnrol at De
irvti. in tvp.i
"l. 1 1 cl by UipHoiiII. -is J i i i i i 1 1 i - proposed to
do i) llie jwoplr nt I.biIimii kllrr (bey hail re-
li-U"l m;aini lioiiui bihi iiii i-n pin on vy
llinfiiiir i. thai iit. Wliei (lie ii.'Slluii
aroor In the rrmle i 'Wlnl n I I d.tne tilth
l.il.iirji and lhpfud" of l.iliiiiri V llicieMfro
oine rirn llirie xhu rhoiilcd i "CuiitUcite their
H"piri)'j mike lliem Mh," Tiern , how
fer. Lone thai day utiu uuiild hale iiui.lc them
fitr iu lluir u rlave Hill Caiiollu-, lion
li-eehof h hohU line hu niadi- Iih name im
mortal. Mid: 'Nmitors, lei u in ike lln-m felliiH
I'll.tcn. mid thai -id 1 loth" i":r nml ulut) ol
libiu !" l-t u., now Hint Hkv Ii tre inM Howe thn
mn nr Ihelr relnllion mil h io r iicne I their
ml 'if eiice lo thn union "rid Ilia H ijf make the
-' hi lit Xii" eopl(5 our fe luu itia-n-. a. id thun
' i l the Kmerau ltl"iv the ii IMi'iu'
A n.it.Ml.F.. lunatic nt (lolcuiida,
1'oj.e eimntyj-"'iwrt rf the time believe
'he is -den. Washington, and part of
' the time that he is (Jen. Loiran." This
i from high to low, very high and very
Tin: literary bads of New-York
hate organized the "Vicujria Loague,"
utid are distributing circulars througii
the country advocating the election f
Mrs. lilood-WoiidhuR t. thu preci
deuey. . .
Tin: nouilnatiou ol Mr. Goodell.by
the democratic ttate oouvtutioii, U ud
mitted to be a foregone ooiielu:iou.
Even " the Springfield ring,-' who, at
Crtt, aimed at )iim their fhurjit-t ar
rows of opposition, hme Ijecuiue iia-
tive iu their, struggle for his defeat and
before the time at -which the conven
tion is advertised to convene, will, no
doubt, awmtesce in the witshc of the
great majority of the democratic pres
ud jople, uud quietly consent to
We have neglected to bympathi.e
with l'adueah. l'oor J'nducah! The
radicals have uccee.dd in takimg hold
of her where her hair U Uort, Und she
is at their mercy. Due humltcl radi
cal majority U un obstuelt) in thu vray
of the democracy of that city which
will give them a great deal of trouble
iu the future j but it may be overcame,
and will bo, if the "Democratic Hour
bous," who there do congregate in great
numbers, can bo yum from their ulli
nuco with tho opponents of good gov
eminent. TilB,rdIoaluf MttCapuul urn loyal
to their party ud particularly devoted
o Benator Logan. They' will permit a
democrat to nt least iiilinmlo lli.it tlio
republican parly might bo a nioro pa
triotic organization than it is that its
members in office nhouhl cloal oino
what more skillfully than (hoy do
that, in ."Lort. its froo.o has hung high
too long and ought to bo taken down ;
but the rash man who dares to express
an opinion uncomplimentary to our
friend, Logan, dons o at the risk of his
neck. .Ml. Carinel ofliee-holdors es
pecially don't permit John's name to
be taken in vain. Thoy will nllow you
to cur.-o the Lord, but only praises of
lohnny of the tawny ckin are allowed
their hearing. This fact, which is
one of great importance to all visitors
at Jit. Carmel, was unkuown to John
A. Doss, Ksq,, who had business at
that place one day last week and, the
coiiR'qucnco was, he got into trouble.
Not appreciating the situation properly,
he ventured to Fay in the hearing of
the city marshal of the village, tlmt
Senator Logan was n small political po-
tatoc, or words to that effect, and was
immediately arrested. Still unapprccia-
tive of the situation, he desired the mar
shal to pause and tell him why this was
thus; whereupon, the doubty marshal,
crying "Logan forever!" heat the unfor
tunatc Doss on his soft head with a
club. Tor this offense, Doss was fined
$2:50, nnd as he shook the dust of his
feet off against the town as lie left it, he
d d Logan from the crown of his sen
atorial head to the soles of his patriotic
Christianity teaches tolerance. It
docs not swing the scourge and drive
mankind before it, but speaks with the
voice ot invitation. "Come, not
"Crouch," is the motto. It seeks to win
by kiudncss and not to secure by fear:
1T. r . til i "
"it IS I, said Christ ; "be 1io( afraid.
it teaciics love not vengeance: -it
1 thine enemy huuger," says the Word,
"feed him: if he thirst, give him
' drink." It is true, that, in the olden
time, professed devotees of Christ, often
became the ministers of bigotry and
j made sacrifices at the altar of intoler
ance. In the name of Christ, whoso
j mission was peace, they unsheathed the
sword against unbelievers ; and, break-
ing into factions, slashed at each other's
I throats. In the name of Christ, who
1 wae merciful, they banished mercy from
A wtU. In the name of Christ, who
taugllt UOod Will to 1I1CII. tllCV Wrote the
I bible ot VCailgeailCe ill the blood of
thoui-ands slain. And even at this day,
" followers ol Christ," too often teach
themselves to believe that they have a
right to compel belief by blows, or per
secution. They have neither rhyme
nor reason in tfiem. Of all Clod's peo
ple they are tho meanest, because the
mint intolerant. Malice bubbles ill
their hearts. They know nothing of
charity Love thy neighbor us thyself,
are words thoy repeat like parrots, while
they hale all who do not bownt the altar
of their belief. If they were absolute,
(hero would soon be hell upon earth.
The whole world would sing their song,
or tho halter, the sword and the iiiggot
would always be buy.
Hut, to hold any eaiiso responsible
for the shortcomings of ignorant or
prejudiced advocates, is had policy, and
tho.-e who seek to try Christianity by
this i tile are unjust. While it is true,
that much evil has been done bv the
elievers iu Christ, the great good they
hae accomplished outweighs the evil:
nd, to day. whenever Christianity is
uminaut the inot highly developed
ivilizatiou is to be found. It may bo
sum that tins civilization lias liccu
volved outof uvents in despituof the re
training influences ol'Clirisliunitv; but
the fact remains that iu countries
herein Christianity h:n no power over
society, the people have not tho ability
o comprehend the ble.ings which all
Christian countries eniov.
(Coudenu'd from our Kxclianxr .)
The plttnk rond, from Dug Hill to
"W illaroVk ferry, on tho MUiis'ppl river,
ii lfeinj4 gravuled.
Jn Ut .Monday, I'ctcrllerln was held
to J'.'.OOU b-iil for the killing of Cy. Keith,
ut Cobden. latt week.
On Thurnduy, of 1h1 week, (loo. W,
Lacy wnt maltreated by Win. Ilallnrd and
died f rum the ellects of hU injuries in u
lew luturn nfterwnrd. The trouble aroso
al'out a hog belonging to Lucy, which Hal-
urd had dogged, llotli parties lived near
Hamburg lunding. Lucy lld the county
and ban not been apprelicniled.
There aru nine hundred and thirty
mitiurk it, tt,u tow 0f Anna.
Tho new M. K. church was dedicated
on lust .Sunday, Elder Y. I. (Irani leading
tiio dedicatory ceremonies. Tlio sum of
S5I0 was collected, being InQro than
enough to clear tho church of dolt.
A itrlng baud 1ms been oigunlzcdlu
-Mr. Jam WurV ,m, u
IllKltil1.1l nt ........
.1,.. .. , h .. U'u '""road to socuru
...... u.roui-n U, ,.,,,..
NVA HASH COUNTY.
Itov. (!. ',V. Sweeney, of tin. fbrlstlan
euurcu in .111. uurmel, hrni taken d
of the church ut Paris, Illinois.
Tim Wabash county Subbuth a-hool
convention will ,,,. i thn at. i? ,.hw..
In Jit. Carmol, on tlio 7tli nnd 8th of Sop
tcmbcr. A horsa tblof relieved Mr. David Mil
ler of a horso on Inst Sunday night.
A railroad bridge ncroi tlio Wabash
U lo bo built nt once.
Wabash county Is nllvo on tlio subject
of Its railroads. Tlio tics for the New Al
bany nnd .St. Louis roud uro being placed
nlong tlio route, nnd tlio prospects for tlio
early building of tho Paris nnd Danvillo
road nro of tlio mot oncournglng kind.
A man whoso yours linvo fallon Into
tho sere nnd yellow leaf, pnrndod tlio
streets of Mt. Cnrmol on hist Saturday,
industriously popping tlio question to all
tho widows in tho plnco.
Tlio Good Templars of Snllno county
will meet in convention on tho 17th and
Tlio thlrty-llnt rcglmont Illinois
infantry volunteers nro propping for
re-union in Httrrisburg on tho
tlio 18tli of September.
A woolen mill is to be established in
Onlv a half crop of wheat has been
iniscd in Gallatin county this season.
Tlio clly council of Slmwncctown has
ndvertisod tho lonslng of tlio levio for ono
year from tlio 16th of Soplomber. Uids
will bo received by tho mayor.
Mr. J. M'Kco l'ccplos, besides bolng
prcsldont of tho state organization of sab
bath schools, exorcises a general supervis
ion over tho schools of soventeon counties.
A teachers' Instituto will bo hold in
Shawnectown on the 29th instnnt.
Tho Mercury says: '-Tho prohibition
law works admirably. Ojr streots nro al
most entirely free from drunken mon, and
wo have not had n free light sinco tlio law
camo into force."
Rats aro numcrorous and largo In
Slmwncctown this season
THE KING OP TERRORS.
Whom his cha'.ts haro nttnek In Southern
In Mt. Curmol, August 3J, Ella H.
Ilrower, oged 11 years, 11 months and 4
-On tho snmo day, Miss Maggie Sh&fer,
nged 17 years, 2 months and 111 days.
-On Thursday, July .Gth, at 11:45 p.m
at the residence of her father, J.M. Horeh
cy, in Wabash county, Delia Friend, wife
of M. 11. Friend, Esq., editor of the Pair
Hold Dtmocrat, aged 1!7 years, 8 month
nnd 11 days.
On Friday, tho 4th instant, in Saline
county, at the residenco of lier husband in
Douglas precinct, Mrs. P. D. Ilallnrd.
. MARY SAFF0U1).
. COMPI.lMi:.STAUY LETTKH mOM IIE.-SK
The editor of the Woman's Journal,
Uoston, calling attention to tho followin
letter from Darmstadt, says : "A corrcs
pondeti1. '.u llesiC-Darmstadt sends us the
following information concerning ono who
is very dear to tho hearts of western wo
men, especially. Naturally delicato in
health as in physiipte, dwelling in enso und
environed with luxury, the idol of n largo
circlo of friend whoso idea of women's
work and sphere clashed irreconcilably
with her own, having no other stimulus to
study and horoic persistant labor than tho
undying desiro to attain her Ideal of wo
manhood, and to assist in tho elevation of
her sex, .Mary Saflbrd has ovorcomo nil
ditlicullies, lias won over all opponents, and
achieved a great success. If wo were at lib
erty to writo all we know of her struggles
nnd history, our renders would justify us
n our assertion tlmt her life has been he
roic. I ho little sueicn wo gtvo below
from the pen of a German correspondent
not an Anioricuii will give our readers a
hint of what she has accomplished. '
Dakmstaiit, July 9, 1871.
mi. m aky sakkoki).
Dr. Mary S itl'ord, so woll known In tho
Univnrsity'aiid hospital of Vienna as a
most industrious and zealous student, and
so well known outside of tlio medical circle
for her lecturo before tho AVomcn's Asso
ciation, which was recoived with great fa
vor by all, and especially those anxious
for tho right word to bo" spoken at tho
right time, who acknowledged with grati
ludo the good service she thereby rendered
tlio woman's cause, is now in lircslau,
Prussia, where she has been since the be
ginning of April.
Although slio is tho first woman who has
entered the sacred portuls that open to tho
hulls of sciencu in tlio new empire, still
she has met witli no rubutfs, but on tho
contrurv has been received with cordiali
ty by the Professors, Faculty and by the
medical brother-hood in general. Sue has
been present by invitation at tho weekly
mooting of thu Scientific Association of
lircslau, and received tho congratulation
of many as tho first woman who hud lis
tened to their discussions.
With Prof. Waldoyer of tho University
she is studying pathology and pathologi
cal microscopy, and wo hear that she
diagnoses the various specimens of tumors
laid before her with a skill that astonishes
In Prof. Snleirolbort's department eho
hears his lectures upon obstetrics and
yimcology and attonds his clinics. Bho
us been elven tho nrlvllciro of visiting
the general hospital wards ad libitum of
freiiuentini: nil other clinics as hor time-
und inclination pormlt. Asido ftom those
rare privileges she is u guest In tho family
of ono of the most noted gynecologists in
North Germany, u private.' studont in his
otllco, visiting with him his most interest
ing cases, the patients in his private hos
pital and his large polyclinic for tho poor.
She has also been given private cases to
trout, and has mndo sovernl Important
operations a rccout ono tho removal of
an ovarian tumor, which nas auucu now
credit to her medical skill, her firm rcsolu
tion and steady nerves.
All this Information 1 iiavu ovorv rca
eoii to bellavo wltl ho us gratifylngly re
ceived by you, hor countrywoman, as by
us, who rejoice to huvo madotho acquaint
ance of Dr. Sullord, and to huvo soon dem
onstrated in actual life that a scientific wo
man may bo us womanly, as gontlo and
tondor iu hor feelings as ono unskilled In
thu uso of tho scalpol. As a friend of tho
true ndvnncomont of tho ponding woman
question wo aro especially grntilled to linvo
1...I .,v.,1,l.,1 t.. !..,.. ,0.,,. 1,1,.., Il,l t.
lin'l UAJIIVUVU III UUIIUlllJ mull VllllV 19
eiiliting hero, that a thoroughly educatod
nun earnestly occunlou woman must nic
uniturlly bu unwomanly, course uud boli
Dr. Sutlurd haa taught us huro good les-
son, mm wo uollovu that vim will leuvu a
llko Uiipionlim wherover shu uooh, Shu
bus tnughl us that It U DUAiUilu fur il
1 woman to wurk im onuul numW ir 1
,l' " . ' V"".11 '
1 ..,1.1 I... !.,., I... I..t.. .t .
1 jiumtoiu iu iiiiuiiu 1111 tunica 111111 U'liiiiitu
nil onoratlons with a class nf student nnd
doctors made up of all classes nnd nation
alities without ovor Ynpnlvltit nn Intuit
from thorn tlmt it is possible to bo a doc
tor and still ho a womnii.
Sho ha loft tho wny woll paved for
earnest followers, nnd wo slncorolv hopo
that nono others will ask for admittance,
for tlio Influcnco of ono sunorilclal or ego
tistic woinnti would ba mndo capital of as a
voagnuss oi mo nox, instead ol being con
iderod a trait of character for which that
ino norson alone is responsible ns is tho
caso whnn It occurs among men
lours vory truly, .
THE HEART STORY OP THIS QUEEN
HOW SHE LOVED AND WAS DE
From tho Chicago llepubliean, July 2.
Alico Gary lived mid died a maldon
queen of poesy. It hns seemed lo many
mposstmo that sho should liavo carried
or tondor and tmiiionato heart throueb
tho social nnd literary throughfaros whoro
in alio was called to tread unpiorcod by
any amorous slmft. And.lt was Indood
impossible Xlicro is a secret pago of tho
history of tho deceased poetess wliich has
ever been written, nnd seldom, of late
cars, been told. To this l'litebo Cury
riefl V nnd indeflnltalv alludes in tlio
sketch published In tho Ladies' Repository
of last month, and widoly copied. Tho
wruor Buys substantially itieroin Hint it
hor sister over lovod thoro is no lino In
or published works to toll tho talc: ovor
tho mouth of tho scpulchro of hor sad ox-
iicrienco sno rolled tlio stono novcr bv
erself removed. Tho doubtful" if " half
con ecu's and half discloso tho truth. It
seems intendod to stop flying rumors,
wnno retraining irom unequivocal and
impossiblo denial. As tho story can onlv
servo as a foil to the many virtues and
nmiablo qualities of its subject, wo need
no turiiier excuso lor our cllort to rescue
tho fragmentary record from the oblivion
to which tho mistaken and morbid kind
ness of friends would fain consign' it.
When tho Lary sisters mndo their tlrsl
rimaco to tho cstorn literary .Mecca,
tul'us A ilmot Uriswold was anions their
earliest acquaintance. This gentleman
was a prominent litterateur when mon or
letters were less numerous in Now York
than at present. IIo was born in Benson,
Vt., Iu 1810, nnd was, consequently, but
about live years tho senior of tho oldor
tutor, iiuvinc been educated as a prin
ter, he became successively a llaptisl
preacher, a journalist and an 'author. As
an editor ho presided over tho destinies of
tho lsrother Jonathan and tho Aeio II orld,
mammoth weeklies; thu Sew l'orkcr, a
celebrated literary Hebdomadal; nnu Ura-
ham's and tho international Mariannes
To tho first monthly mentioned ho added
considerable character. The last resem
bled Jlarper't Monthly, and was bought
out by tho owners of that magazine nftor
a brief existence. In the wider Hold of
letters ho should bo spokon of rather as
compiler than as nn author. IIo published
various collections or mo proso anu poetry
of Kneland and America, and, in connec
tion with other authors, soveral works ot
popular bioeraphy. .No ono was bettor
acquainted with tbo statu of tho Utorary
murkct, or with tho publishers of tho
metropolis, than Mr. Griswold. Tlio two
rural dovotccs of literature from tho far
west wero strangers, and needed n efaapnr
one. Ho camo to tho rescue. Ho gavo
them space in his hooks, flattered them,
encouraged their hopo, nnd assisted in
finding a market lor inuir wares. Mowan
Alico no moro especially inclined. The!
first ncnuaintnnco ripened into friend
ship, friendship into Intimacy, nnd intim
ney into love, it was saiaai last mai un
parties wero solemnly nfflanccd. Thi
was nearly twenty years ago. nnd Alic
had then passed 30. Ho was still older
and would scorn to have passed tho bound
of juvenllo folly, if thoso bounds are ever
passed by man. Hut ho was n blase citi
zen of tho world, rind sho was quiet, re
tlrod, sensitive, domostiennd unassuming.
Troublocamo between tho two In the
shape of a woman of society externally
more attractive than Alice Cary. Tho
liaison produced a separation. Tho
engagement was broken, and Alico, con
cealing her sorrows, kept herself moro
closoly at Home, nnu turned nor attention
moro assiduously to hor special labors.
Tho story needs not to bo fully detailed
here. It has been told over and over
again, uver sinco tlio world has had. a
literature. .Soveral years passed nnd in
1857 Unfits Wilmot Griswold lay dying
of a lingering diseaso in tho metropolis, in
poverty and nlono. Uis literary vonturcs
iiad brought inadequato remuneration,
and ho hud lived a life which it was not
nltocother nlcasant to look back upon.
Hut tho sisters had mndo, many friend e,
nnd been reasonably blessed by fortune
1 ho injured womnn lorgot nor wrongs and
forgavu tho past with a readiness
characteristic of her sex, She camo again
to tlio bodsldo of tho man who had so
grievously deceived her, and watched
with him day after day and week after
week in life slowly ebbed away. Tho sick
room was madoclieorful with books, flow
ers, and all necessary comforts; and, to
defray necessary expenses, tho money
earned by days and nights oflubor with
tho lion 'whs frcolv lavished. At last
death ended tho sull'erings ot tlio falso
lover, and tho gravo closed ovor tho se
cret of a womrn's sorrow, now for the
first time mndo public.
CITIES INTUK UNITE11 KTATEH IIAVI.NO A
1'OPULATIO.X OF 10,ODP NBiUPWAllDS.
Tho followinK tublo contain tho nonu-
lation of each of the 131 largest cities in
mo I'n lieu oinios. ltinows all tlio cities
having a population of 10,000 nnd up
ward, Tlio cities nre nrrangod according
to sizo and number :
Citios. State. Population
1 Now York Now York 041202
1 Philadolphlft....Pcnna 074,022
a HrooKiyn :ow York 300,099'
4 ht. IjouIs .Missouri 310,804
fi Chicago Illinois 208,077
0 Ualtlmoro Maryland 207,304
7 Uoston Mass 260,0020
8 Cincinnati Ohio 210 239
9 New Orleans ....Louisiana 19l!418
10 San Francisco...California ) 473
11 Uullalo Now York....m!7U
12 Washington DistColunibial00,193
13 Nowark Now Jorsoy.,.105,059
14 Loulsvillo Kontuclcy 100,750
15 Olevoland Ohio 02 820
10 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 8o!o7C
17 Jorsoy City Now Jorsoy... 82,040
18 Detroit Michigan 70,677
19 Mllwaukco Wisconsin 71,440
20 Albany Now York 09 422
21 Providence Rhode Island. C8 00J
22 Itochostor Now York 02 380
23 Alloghony Pennsylvania. 03,100
21 Richmond Virginia 61,038
26 Newllavon Connecticut.... 00,840
20 Charleston South Car'llna 48 950
27 Indianapolis Iiidluna 48 211
28 Troy Now York 4o40B
29 Syracuse Now York 43,051
30 Worcester Massachusetts.. 41,108
31 Lowell Massachusetts.. 40,928
32 Momnhis Tennossco 4ft.'J2fl
33 Cambridge Massachusetts. 89,034
3t Hartford Connecticut 37,180
36 Scranton.". Pennsylvania... 35.092
3(1 Heading Pennsylvania... 83,930
37 Patterson Now Jorsoy 33,673
38 Kansas Clty...,Ml(souri.... 32,200
'' Mobile Alabama 32,031
40 Tolodo Ohio -ii r.!u
II Portland Maine .n Am
4'2 Columbus Ohio m'07
43 Wllmington....D"lawnro 30,841
41 Dayton Ohio 80,478
45 Lawronco Massachusetts.. 28,021
Utlca Now York 28,801
17 riinriosiowt iunssahusett3... 28,323
48 Savannah Gcoreln 9S 9ir.
40 Lynn M issachusniu ... oh dm
fill Uull Itlvor Massachusetts.... 20,703
ftl Springfield Massachusetts... 20,703
52 Nashvillo Tonnoiaeo sr. Mr.
03 Covington Kentucky 24,000
01 CJulncy Illinois 24,052
6." Manchostor Now Hampshire 23,630
00 IIrr!sburg....lnniylYanla.... 23,101
07 l'corla Illinois 22 mo
08 Evansvllle Indiana 21 830
K'.l Atlnritm flank..!. tlln
00 Lancaster. ...i.l,annsylvanlo...i 81.290
Si 0wcgov.,...K6jfrYwrk . 20,019
02 Ellzaboth Now Jorsoy...... 20.832
an tt.L.l - ..... ,
uo uouuscd now jersey. .. , 20,207
04 Pouirhkcepslo New-York 20.080
65 Davonpott Iowa.,., ,,,, 20,038
CO St. Paul Minnesota 20,080
07 Krlo Pennsylvania.... 10.040
08 Hi. Joseph Misiourl 10,005
ou wneeior...i.. west Virginia... 10,280
iu nonoriK Virginia 111,2:29
"1 llrideeport ...Connecticut 18.009
72 Potorsburg Virginia 18,060.
ii) unoisoa ......... .Massachusetts.... iu.047
74 Dubuquo Iowa 18,434
to uangor .viaino ib,bu
70 Leavenworth .Kansas 17,872-
77 Fort "Waynclndlana 17,718
7H Bpringnold Illinois 17,304
70 Auburn Now-York 17,225
80 Nowburic New-York 17,014
81 Norwich Connecticut 10,530
82 Grand llapids..Michigan 10,007'
83 Sacramento ...... California 10,203
84 Terro Haute....Indlana 10,103
80 Omaha Nebraska 10.083
80 vYIlllarasport -Pennsylvania.... 10,030
87 Elmlra Now York ! 15,803
88 New Albany..Indiana 15,300
eu Augusta ueorgia ip,bbu
00 Cohocs Now-York 16,307
01 Nowport Kontuclcy 16,887
02 Iturlington Iowa 14,830
03 Lexington Kentucky 14,801
94 llurllngton: Vermont 14,387
OS Galveston Texas 13,818
00 Lowlston Main 13,000
07 Alexandria Virginia 18,670
08 Lafayctto Indiana 13,560
90 Wilmineton ....North Carolina 13.440
100 Havorvillo Massachusetts... 13,002
101 Minneapolis Minnesota 13,O0U
102 Sandusky ....Ohio 13,000
103 Salt Lako Utah 12,854
101 Keokuk Iowa 12,7CU
105 FondduLac..."WIsconsin 12,761
100 llinghamton....Now-York 12,002
107 Oshkosh Wisconsin . 12,003
108 Vicksburg Mississippi . 12,443
109 San Antonio....Texas 12,250
110 Concord N. Hampshire. 12,241
111 Dcs Moines...Iowa 12,005
112 Jackson Michigan 11,447
113 Georgetown Dist. Columbia 11,381
114 Aurora Illinois 11,10?
115 Hamilton Ohio 11.081
110 ltockfort Illinois 11,010
117 Scbenectady....Now-York .... 11,026
118 Homo New-York 11,000
110 AVatorbury -...Connecticut 10,820
120 Macon Georgia. 10,810
r.'l Jiouison Indiana Idiots
122 Altoona Pennsylvania... 10,000
123 Portsmouth ....Ohio 10,062
124 Montgomory...Alabatna 10,688
izo iasnua 4. Hampshire. iu,04B
120 Oakland California 10,60b
127 Portsmouth. ...Virginia 10,492
128 lliddeford Maine 10,282
120 Hannibal Missouri 10,126
130 Ogdcnsburc....Now-York 10.076
131 Stockton California 10,000
132 Council Blffs...Iowa 10,020
133 Zancsvillo Ohio 10,011
434 Akron Ohio 10,000
UKTIIESDA MINERAL SPRING
OF WAUKESHA WISCONSIN.
Tms water is the aektowledKlenra of the In-.
irnc.auie nnu incurable miens known aa Uriiht n
illnami nnd dlnbeten,
llrlRht's illnease Ii fatal to the kidney, the body'
vnntes away, destroys lilo by starvation of the
l)ioele comtnencen with frenuent desires toi
pn- wnter, errnt th rst, constipation, loss ol
strength and nenh.
Aatomihing cure, of dropsy hate been effected,
brick-dost deposit, iutlninntioa of the neck of thu
Mndder. alkali,- anil gouty ewellinKi. For the
liver It Is urturponsed. It will allay nil inflama
tionol tho kidney nnd urlnnry ornsln.,tnpnly
four hours, ivinK Immediate relief I also a near
let fever It prevrnt. the kidney fromeoiigotlntf.
noil it movea nil trace, of nlbumenerln. II wili
give relief mall cumji ot blah fever.
" EDWAUD DUNUAB, Kni.,
nener.l Aufntatthe HprinRs, Wauke.hn, Wis.
Itemlcr, If youaxenUliuted with any-ol thelore
goln ili.tKiji'H, write lo the undoraigneil, Hie
advice will cost you nothing; he can by chemical
annlynia pn.scwi hlmse'f ot clenr krrowledie of
any ludivuliinlcaie do matter ot how lone atnnd.
ing. Ilia uoiiiietful Ultcoiery liethcsdnillnorsj
Water is a poaitlvo remedy for the forecoing
ailments, it ba never failed to do what ho claims
lor it where ever lured. Tnia water tins tho name
Hood ctlect nt tho remotest part of the country,
that It has at the Serine.! it never loses aiwrtl
cal of Its medicinal qualities by paekaire'or trans
portation. Direction, ftow to use thu wnter and
circular will accompany eacU package ordered,.
Address, KICIIAItl) lTUNIlAK,
3:i. l'eniiHvlvania-av.. Wnahinaten. 1). O.
OrEdHard I. l)unb,ir, General Manager at tho
Bliringn. WtiilU'Klm. Wis,
Agent, wanted every w hero.
II. F. GOODYEAR
la now ottering the
OROVER AND BAKER,
FAMILY AND MANUFACTURING
SEWINO MACHINES. '
With prlvilfgoof paving In'monthly tnalnllments
without liiNro.t, and with cholca lteen the
Urover and linker (buttle; or atlctli Tanchiao,
Hticthea alike on both sides. . ,
Persona wishing to buy a Orat-class sewing
machlnoforfoi, with hemmer, tiller, braider and
quiltcr, guagaand thunib'SCruw, ollonn, bottle ot
oil, turow-drlvor, twelve cilra needles, four ball
bins and extra needle plate, should give Good,
year a call.
Call nd see samples of work, at
No. 186 Wnsliington-avcnuc,
Nearly opposite the llulletln office,
BETWEEN ELEVENTH AND TWELITII-8TS
I. & E. GllEENWALD.
l'loiirond CiriBt Mills,
Tho "Tuppcr" Putent Grate bar,
MAOllINKIIV F0II (IKNKIIAL PUKl'OHEH,
TtiBtiniloraigned, proprietors of the Paul and
wmm.y Ili LiKTiN, huvo Jimt reeelvod an assort'
mentoi tho hiluHt llea nf Job Printing tyred,
and havn now nun of the tnoat oomplela ob ornoen
in iiiu ruiiif, nint yvo.i. iiiey nuuur inomovivv
that they pimaeaa tacllltiea . for .turning out
lironilit y. In tliu lxt utvn nt the' Art. ml work
entruatml to them, from tho ainnlleat card or
labol to tho inmniimtli nnntur. ami nt iDnatfi
which leavo with ourbu.iuona men nn good ex-
tii.n iui "HI1I4IUU nieir woik 10 ni. i.oiiin, uiuum
nut I or Chicago. JNO, II, OUEULYs CO,
SAVK TWENTY PKUCKNT
liy buying ymi'
WnablitRloii-nv., Nrnr CoHtiuii lloimr,
Mc.rt. F.ll-hlinlt llrnll, r..l.. I. I,. Infn.n. II..
ciiiionioiuuirotii.ivtiioy.ru in.nillacturlnff nil
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURK
And Imrn now nn Inn. I anil fur .1
Wtiolriutlr nml llrfiilll
all klnd, ami will continue to kerp i Ihflr
SALES ROOMh, IN TIIKIIt NKW I1UILIII.SO,
Effry dl.crlptlon of cheap and co.lly turniliirf.
WMarble Topr( Durraiit,
rr Warirobrr, Sof Chairs,
S.Sofu and Mitm a,
,Loungr,fto , etc.,
Which they will Rturante to noil
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWEK
Than they tan I bought from any nthrrikalfr (n
me cuy. UlTe inrin n c.11 ana f.iipiy nur-
Bt:n. j ...
CORNER SIXTH asi. WALNUT-ST.,
(Entrance 011 Hixth.nt.,)
V. 1. Oikf.,
E. II. Loil
It. C.Caily, J-
OAKE?, CAUT A CO. I'roprMora.
COMMKRClAI.-AVE.Vl'i:, (UTOSITK 1',
The IIouhe is N'kwly FunNisiiEn
And oflers to the public flr.t-ctaiia accoinmodn-
tions nt reaaonutiie raiea.
Oppoalte tho PontoHlcp, on Hijth Rtrei't lietwei-n
Thi. home ha. txen thoroimhly over-hauled,
refurul.hed nnd renovatrd. nnd la now open for
the reception of Riient.. 1 tic rooms are nil large
and well ventilated, nml fuahltlira new. H'ali'h
kept night and May, Ml. (iAKl- KKT,
Villa Itlilge. IIIIimiN.
TIMOTHY COYL, Proprietor.
U one of tho bent and flu (at aaloons In thn rutin
ty aid is nupplled with the Uit wine., Initio
nnd lager beer. The proprietor Invite, patronag
iirnmlNlntr In irnl lliplil hid riiltrilll. wall nnd t
give tliem the Leal In llie H1011 nnien i uieiiem
hi Villa Itidge, Jylf
THE PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET
CHAN. UAVKlt A .,
T"EEP constaatly on hand the beat of bee!,
XV I'orK, million, tc.i, l.iili'. b.u.k.' i'uuhiuk,
etc. Fresh white lard In any quantity, eorneii
beer. etc.. alwavn on hand.
Orders tiromntly tilled, and satisfaction warran
ted, 1 i.iiji.1
Ilulcher and Denier lis nil Kinds 1'reali
CouNtn iSixiTirxrii axd Poplab BratET.
WnUYH and idniishtera oulv the very boil entile.
tj hog. and sheep, nnd la prepared lo till any
demand for freah meats from one pound to ten
uiouaanu pounua. aemuti
GHOCKBIEH AND BUY GOODS.
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SnOES,
HATS AND CAVf, ETC.,
Has Ju.t received a heavy ntoou of Iloota and
cnoes, Hosiery anu i"ni'i
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CUE AP
Hoal.ohaaaflnentock of Family Groceries ol
OOUNKH SIXTn-ST. AND COMMElt-
BOOKS, tiainphleta, briefs, catalogues, new.
papers, tax data, aad overy variety of eiton
ntva punting contracted for, and promyllyand
rpeedily executed, In the bulletin book, lob;
and newspaper binding establishment,
DOOHN, NANlf, KTCl
W. W. TUOltNT ON,
I1LINDS, WINDOW GLASS,
Office on Tenth St.,
nrlwrrii CoinmnrrUI nod WMblHaflow
AOH.Vrrf lor ItAek mr Ppr CotnpunyV
HhrathiDK Kelt nml Cjunrli tmont.
11 w. jonn s imjiroieU IlooDng slw.yi on
T T . w ... v
M etry dencrlpllon,
LATH, SHINOLES, CEDAIl POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
Kutnlilied on ihorlot nolle.
l.nv fp Ifllli nnd 11lli.n
PIIIS1I VA'I'tflVAT Tl A ATV
A.'AXIIJX i M ill LA
IiAMKIi lll'Illi, 1're.l.l.nt;
KMDKRT W. MII.I.EH, Vlfe.l'renldeot ,
C. U, IIUCIIIKH, Carrier.
COLLKCTIONSPIIOM 1TLY JIADK
I7XCIIANRK, roln. bnk
noun nnd llnlte
hlnlri eciilltie. bought and aold.
Iiilcrril Allnnnl on Time Drpoalia.
hnrfrrr1 Jfnrcli 31, 1MB.
,tmv . mirw? AT A X I - A III1
A. II. SAKKOKD. President!
S. S. TAVI.Olt, Vice-Preiident ;
W. II YMLU1', Heereturr nnd Trcnsurer.
P. W. lUai'LAT,
y, il. Sim Kri.IIH,
I'jtLO. Beat H,
W. 1. HlLLlDAV.
It. .M. Cl'iMKUMta,
J. si. Pun Lira.
I . .. . I. ... - . t LJ ....... ...
vi'L'll f.T ...l., m i,..A.l,B ( llia .,. n. a.
giving llivin coiiipouuu inierr.i.
MAKKIKI) WOMEN AND CHILDREN HAY
O THAT XO 0t lilt CAN IllAW IT.
I.ii.l.... ,1., hnmll. m t i T T, . ,11
only, Iruin ft to a o ciock.
ftiiwtf W. IIT8LOP, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAPITAL, - . 8100WO
W. P. HAI.LIDAY, President;
A. 11. BAFFOItD, Cashier)
WALTER HVHLOP, AsslsUnt Cashier.
Scott White. w. P. Hauidat,
Geo. D. Wn-UAMSoa, BrinitN lliav,
A, U. BArroav. 1 1
KscUnusre, Coin nnd Vlil(4 Sts"
Iloud llouRlit aad Sold.
T-vEPOSlTS received, and a general uanami
I uiiBiuea. uune.
,i, i,i )
UARL L. THOMAS,
la prepared to do all kinds of plain ami orna
KAI.SOMININO. VAVXn UAWU11NU
BION tVKITINO, ETC.,
At flaurea which defy all competlon, and iu the
highest stylo tf the painter's art,
SHOP IN THeTeRRY HOUSE,
COKNEIt OS" COMUERCIAL AVENUE AND
EIUUTH oTKEE T.