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THE CAIRO DAlLt BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1872
JOHN it. OBEKLT. Kdfloraad Publisher.
JctT 20, 1872
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VOX TICK PRUISIKT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
TOH X.TKTJTEX ANT-GOVERNOR,
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE.
OR AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,
TOR STATE TREASURER,
CHARLES H. LANPHIER.
FOR ATTORNEY OFNERAL,
JOHN B. EUSTACE.
FOR CLERK SUFREME COURT NORTHERN
rOR CLERK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CLZRKOF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
The London 'Time' is for Grant.
The Memphis 'Appeal' it lure Greeley
will be alec ted ded lure. Good.
Swpirvisor Munn is organizing in
Cairo a band of political tbuga. Their duty
will be to abuse, curse and if necessary
mob all colored men who daro advocate
the election of Greeley. These Radical
office-holders are lawless, and ''will resort
to any and all meant to secure success.
In Memphis the shooting of one human
being by another it an every day occur
ranee, and it done frequently in to cool a
manner as to cballengo attention and in
voice admiration. Take, for instance, tho
following account of a shooting affray
which occurred in the Bluff City last Tucs'
day, 15th intt. Tho 'Ledger' says :
About half Dast six o'clock yesterday after
noon, Robert Bradford, a Front street cotton
clerk, shot Tony Vcnochlo, a bar-kecner on
Main street, in the thigh, In Chrley Small's
saloon, iony says ne anu urauioru ten out
some years ago about some money that Brad
ford owed him, and subsequently they had a
light about it. Yesterday when Bradford
entered the saloon he said to Tony : "1 think
I know you. We were friends once." Tony
replied they could be friends again It Bradford
would settle the old account. Bradford, lie
says, then went out and soon after returned
with a pistol In his band, lie (Tour) then
told a friend to take his place behind the bar.
and started out of the saloon, when Bradford
fired, the ball taking effect In Tony's thleu.
After the ahootlng, Bradford, In company
with some friends, walked leisurely out the
front door and down the street, us If nothing
unusual had happened. Tony received only
a nesn wounu. jjrauioru was not arresieu.
RADICAL ROW IN UNION.
The Radical convention of Union
county, which met at Jonesboro, on tho
18th intt., wat not precitoly harmonious.
Delegates were appointed to the Radical
Congressional and Senatorial convention!,
and the Senatorial delegatei were in
structed to vote for tie nomination of M.
J. Intcore, Etq., at the minority candidate
for representative in the Fiftieth (this)
The tagaclou editor of the Jonesboro
'Advertiser,' and another Dougherty, tur
named John, came to the conclusion that
these proceedingi were imperfect that
the Radicali are able to elect the Senator
and all the Eepreienlativet in this district .
and John, backed by Geo., bat, therefore,
called a mass meeting at Jonesboro, to bo
held on the 24th in it., "to enable the
' friends of Gen. Grant to tako such action
'in reference to the ensuing election as
they may deem proper." In abort, Geo.
and Jno. are going to fix tbiags and wrest
this senatorial district from the foul hand
of the " nei-born Greeley party", as Geo.
A STORY MORE ROMANTIC THAN
Stanley, the New York 'Herald's
searcher alter the long-lost Llringetone
has contributed a page of wonderful nar
rative to that enterprising Journal. He
tells of battles and hair-breath escapes
by field and flood, and feeds us with a
. story more romantic than romance. He
tells the tale of Livingstone's adventures,
. and, to use the' language of tho ' Herald,"
"like the echo from a fairy talo comes
'the old man's story of races almost white
'and of fine physique, walled in at it
were by tho oegroei around thorn ; and
4 dear to the students of gray old clonic
'lore comes the tale of the natlvet bearing
'oat the words of the oracle at to four-
' Mi fountain sources of the mystic Nile,
He tells of two immense countries
through which the great river, the Zam
besi, the source of the Nile, runs. The
est southerly is called Bus ; the north
era is called Manyema by the Arabs, and
Maauema by the nati vet. who are canni-
kale, Me tells of ivory being so cbesp
tfcat twenty live cents' worth of copper
' VUI pueftSM a large tusk, worth S 12 0 at
'4 Xaaiifcar. Be tells of ivory being
iato door posts and eave stanchions
by the cannibals ; of skilful manufactures
of fine grass clotb, rivalling that of In
dia; of a people to nearly approaching
to whilo peoplo and so extremely hand
tome that they eclipte anything over soen
in Africa ; and from this fact supposes them
to bo descendants of the ancient Egyptian!,
or of some of the lost tribes of Israel ; ho
telli of copper mines at Katauga wl.lch
have been worked for agei, of docllo and
friendly peoples who up to this tlrao havo
lived buried in tho lap ot barbarism,
ignorant that there lived on earth a race
io cruel and calloui as the Arabs who have
come among thorn, rudely awaking them
out of their sleeD with tho
thunder of gunpowder, to kidnap,
rob and murder them without restraint,
If Stanley and Livingstono are not the
greatest falsifiers of the age, their discov
eries will not only contribute much to
satisfy the curiosity of the world in regard
to the mystery of the unexplored portion!
of Africa, but alto add to tho wealth of
the world and open up a new field of ad
venture and speculation.
THE WISE POLICY.
Since the commencement of the present
contest for the Democratic-Liberal nom
ination for Congress in this district, we
have strongly maintained the position that
Hon. Geo. W. Wall, of Perry, possessed
moro element! of popularity than either
of his competitors for the nomination; but
we have also been careful to assert our
belief that Judge Crawford, of Unlom
would have more strength before the peo
ple than either Wall, Hartzell or Jones-
would be the strongest candidate tho
Democrat! and Liberals could nominate
in this district.
In this position we still stand fast; and,
although wo may bo unable to do any ser
vice In the work of securing harmony in
the Democratic party, and unity and
hearty co-operation between tho Democrats
and Liberals of this district, we feel con
strained by a sense of duty to speak
frankly, and point out the path wo have
no doubt sound sense requires the De
mocratic aDd Liboral Conventions, which
meet in this city Tuesday next to pursue.
What is the great object to bo sought by
Democrats and Liberals in this canvass?
Clearly, harmony and unity of action;
and, up to this point, neither Democrat
nor Liberal has hesitated to sink every
personal consideration in the desiro to se
cure success to tbo good cause in which
we are now laboring. Democrats have
cast off political and personal friends, and
the Liberals havo not been backward in
acts of unselfishness in the patriotic duty
of sinking the partisan in the patriot.
In this district, wo regret to say, the
developments of the post fow week havo
demonstrated to our mind tho fact, that
personal considerations have becomo tho
controling element in tho canvass for tho
Domocratlc-Liboral nomination for Con
gress. Tho friends of Gon. Jones Lib
erals captured, no doubt, by the Gener
al's vim and earnestness, not content with
an advocacy of their candidate, attacked
the political standing of Mr. Wall, and
assorted that they would not vote for him
that his nomination would bo the equiv
alent of a defeat. Jones alone would sat
isfy the cravings of thelrpatriotic hearts.
Retorting, certain friends of Mr. Wall as
serted that Jones was a very shallow
though a very tonguey man, that there
were personal objections to him, and that
at least six hundred Democrats would not
voto for him. Wall alono would latify
the cravings of their patriotic hearts.
Concerning Hartzell very little was said
down in this part of the district, but it
cannot bo denied that he quietly invaded
some of the counties in which Wall was
thought to bo invulnerable, and divided
tho delegations with him, a fact which
showi oither the great itrength of Hart
zell with the Democrats he comes In con
tact with, or inexplicable weaknoss in
Wall. But the Dent between Hartzell
and Jones Is Just as bitter as between
Jones and Wall; and we are informed
that in tho Congressional caucus in Ran
dolph county thore was a display of much
bad temper that It instructed for Hart
zell and tbon broko up in h row, a bolt
following the instructions.
In tho light of theso facts and where-
fore should they bo concealed from public
knowledge ? it canuot be denied that the
Democratlc-Liberal combination of this
district is in rathor a confused condition
and all because a few men are the personal
friends of Jones, a few the personal
friends of Wall, and a few tho personal
rrionus of Hartzell. It is too late, no
doubt, but wo aro clearly of tho opinion
that all theso men should bo thrown over
board to satisfy the demands of harmony
and If peradventure they should all be
swallowed by tho whale of inconsiderate
anger, they would bo spowed out again as
good as new, tho storm of strife now rag
ing would be allayed, and we should tall
on to victory over placid waves and be
fore a strong gale in which there would
lurk none of the dangers of tbo tempest
now disturbing our peaco and ondsngering
Why should wo not do this? Wo ad-
miro Mr. Wall, and have said io often.
He Jsa clever gentleman and agood lawyer;
but be is not entirely great; his presence
in Congress is not absolutely necessary to
the salvation of the country ; and if a mys
terious Providence were to suddenly cut
him off the world would actually go on
as it did before without a great many
ripples disturbing tho serenity of tho
public mind; Congress would convene
and the seat of the "our member" would
not bo vacant because Wall had carried
with him Into the cold and silent grave
all the ability and virtue and disinterested
patrlotiim of thlt dlttrict. Wo know Mr.
Wall's particular frlendi inthli city will
rotent thlt plain language, and that it may
not have tho effect of preventing the
Wall mania from running iti course like
tho small-pox ; but this is the time for
plain language and wo aro in the habit of
using it. These inconsiderate friends of
Mr. Wall are for Mr NVall because they
are his friends, and because be it their
friend, and bocauso they have heretofore
been bis political and actional partizani.
If we say to them : "This is a battle in
which we should all be united, and with
this quarrel of the Jones-Wall-Hartzell trl
'angle raging, wo cannot bo united ; tbero
' fore, since we are rather the advocates of
'principles than tho partisans of Individ
' uals, let us Abandon all theso wranglers
'and tako a new man;" thoy reply to
us: "No; Wall, or death. If there are
'any voters in this district who can't
' unite on Wall, let them be blessed. Wo
'prefer defeat with Wall to success with
' somebody else." Of course all tho Wall
men are not of this pattern ; but his pecu
liar advocates are.
Wo regret to say it, but Gen. Jones'
friends, led by Mr. Henry Winter, of this
city, are of a still sterner quality of stub
borness,, unreasonableness and fussiness.
They can see Jones in their eye, looming
into huge proportions, growing as big as a
very large elephant, overshadowing the
small mortals who surround him, and
flaming a political metoor of superior
brilliancy, eclipsing with its greater light
all tho small ttars like Wall and Hartzell.
Wo are aware of tho mixed character of
this Uguro of speech, but It fully describes
tho mixed condition of the Joneslsttcul
mind of Cairo, through which Jones
dances continually and fantastically, as
turning all kinds of shapes, but always
appearing huge, like an elephant, bright
liko a meteor, glorious liko a charging
hero never common-place but always
sublime. Liberalism in Cairo, under the
influence of the Winterish policy, which
is a biting and a nipping and wo fear a
frosty policy, has become elevated from
the dull level of a great cause up to the
high plain of Jonesism, in which word it
wrapped all that 31 r. Winter, in bit high
ett flights of fancy even when about hii
head danco tho vivid lightning! of stewed
down patriotitm all that Mr. Wintor be
lieves to bo of tho quintesonco of reform.
In short, Mr. Jones' Cairo
friends have Mr. Jones on tho brain
Now, wo know Mr. Jones to be a very
sonsiblo gentleman, and ho is not re
sponsible for the indiscreet ardor if his
friends not at all ; but that ardor hat
done mischief, and since it may bo accep
ted as a palablo fact that there are at
good fish in the sea ai ever were caught,
it may also be declared that another man,
as ableai Jones, might be found, and that
that other mau should be nominated in
stead of Jones. It may be necessary, in
this connection, to assure Mr. Winter
that in the event we have indicated there
would be no upheaval of the firm ground,
the sea would not rush from its bed, the
heavens would not be rolled up blazing,
and the devil would not bo to pay.
Mr. Hartzell, who seems to be one of
thoso quiet gentlemen who go to work
without flourish and play unexplainable
pranks with the public mind, has in this
contest bad discreot friends who havo la
bored for him in an unobjectionable man
ner; but he has, notwithstanding his
discretion, becomo involved in tho row,
and in hit own county tho factions aro
tearing each others hair and cursing like
troopers. Besides this, Mr. Uurtzoll
comes to us with tho prestlgo of dofeot ;
and, since tho country might get on with
out bis sorvicos, wo beliovo ho also
should at this time bo shoved aside. Hurt
zoll is one of thoso men who will "keop.'
Liko whisky, tho older ho grows the bet
tor bo witl bocomo and tbo moro we will
tako to hlra.
But who is tho other man 7 We answor
unhesitatingly Judge Monroe Ckawkord,
of Union county I He would unite all the
elemonts oi opposition to Grantism. The
Liberals as well as tho Democrats would
rally to his support, and ho would carry
the district by a large majority. Tho
Judge is popular with tbo masses. The
peoplo like him everybody likos him,
men, women and children. He ihowi fcr
moro than ho is worth, and he is no ilouch
inability. ll0 has that peculiar faculty,
not common, of making what ho knows go
a great deal further in the publio cstima
tlon than it deserves to, He is deoper
than the ordinary run of mon, but even
hii friends beliovo tho bottom to bo
great deal farther from the surface than It
ii. He would mako a bettor Congressman
than Judgo, and Wall would adorn the
bench a great deal more than the seat of
the member from the Eighteenth
District of Illinois. Crawford would
sweep the platter In tho race for
Congress; trample down and crush out
the Radical candidate ; succeed by 1,000
majority; becomo an influential membor
of Congress ; give entire satisfaction to hts
constituents ; stay in Congress as long as
he wanted to and behaved himself, etc.
He ii the man for tbo oxlgency; but, of
course, in suggesting this wise policy we
are spitting against tho wind. Tho battle
ory of the faction! of tho cliques, let us
say is ringing In our cars: "Wall, or
deathl" "Jones, or a light I" "Hart
zell, or" well, anything I So, the flght
comes on, and Wall will tumble on top as
he should in such a scramblo ; but, then,
what about the afterclap? Wbero's our
harmony, and all that sort of thing? and
won't Winter flamo into an indignant
bolt carrying all the Liberals trooping at
hii heeli ? But with Crawford all would be
lerene. Wall friends couldn't refuse to sup
port him, Hartzell'i wouldn't, and Jones,
all of them, Jack and all, would throw up
their hati and ihout for Crawford against
tho world I
Well, we have had our say, and now let
the fierce lighting! of tbo wrath of the
mon wo sing fall on our head. Let our
wise advice bo rejected. The mon who
will reject it now, and ravo in anger, have
rejected it beforo and raved in frenzy.
They admit now that our advico in pait
times was good advico; they will admit
hereafter that thlt advico wasn't bad ad
vice. And so, we will hero roll down tho
Our Home Advertisers.
LIME I CEMENT !
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIM).
Commercial-av., Foot of Eleventh-fit.
Best quality of Llmo and Cement al
ways on hand, and for sale at tho
very lowest figures for cash.
Leare order at the office on Commerclal-ar. at
the foot of Eleventh street. Dotl6.1-6m.
I) K Y CI O O I N.
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. HAN NY.
Kentucky jeans, PXTRA,
LARGE STOOK OF CARKSTING
01 LT bands,
His Entire Ntock
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORN KB 8TU ST. AMD COMUKRCIAL-AV.,
Our Home Advertisers.
MRS. ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Stroct, botweon Washington
and Commercial Avenues,
Is receiving dally new Invoices of
Of every description, mid at Paicts to Hut tiu
TIIK LATEST STYLES OF
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
LACES OF ALL KINDS,
DOLLY VAHDEN GLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together with all the other articles kept in a
First Class Millinery and Trimmings bioro. To
bo aold at the very lowed (Inure.
srCull and see her. No trouble to show
MRS. Mod EE,
On Eighth Street, between Commercial and Wash
ington Avenue. Is dally receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST BPKINO AND SUMMER STYLES,
ilesidcs a lull lino of
BOITITETS & HATB
Trimmed and untrlmmed,
F1IENCU FLOWERS. RIBBONS, TK1MMING9
of all kind,, Laces, etc., etc,
Mrs. McUee has also a large assortment; o
Fancy Articles, such as
NECK TIES, COLLARS. UNPER8LEEVE8,
tUFKS, HABHE9, FANS,
Agt 0 other articles usually found In a
first-class millinery store
Mrs. Mcflee, in addition to her stock of Fancy
iniiurrv iioooi, naa a nne ana cumulate as
sortment nt ninnln-.ll nn.lnm U -H a f..l.B
and Mlti.i" Uhoea and Children!' Uoota, Black
and in Colors. These ara acknowledged to he
the Bnrit and best shoes In the market, and this
a the only place In the city that make them a
Butcher twit Dealer In all klad Fresh
CoaNia NiNirttxtn akd Porua Sraurs,
Tliiys nod slaughters only the very liest cattle,
hogs and sheep, and 14 propnrod to Mil any dn.
mnd for fresh meat from one pound to ten
thousand rounds. riec20tl.
Our Homo Advertisers.
COMMIIMIUN AND rOHWAHDINU.
1XD DIALta 1.1
EionTU Stheet, Between Washington
and Commercial Avenues,
Adjolalssg HI '.fenhoitae and Ilatjtiy'a.
Keep the best or Deel, Pork, Mutton Veal,
Lamb, Sausage, etc., nd are prepared 10 serve
cltiten In the most acceptable manner.
on 1 o levee
Alio, keep constantly on hand a most com
pletn stock of
SCOTCII AND IRISH WHISKIES
Port, Madoria, Sherry and Catawba Wines
RJMVTH A CO. sell exclusively for cash, to
. which fact they Invite the especial atten
tion ef close bargain buyers.
Bpewl attention given to Filling Ordert,
H. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruita &Nuts,
No. 134 CommerciaNave.,
WIN EM AND l.I(iUOHH.
F. M. ST 00 KF LET II,
tcocissoa to rouLa a iTOcantTU
Kecliryer nail Wholesale Dealer In
Foreign unci Ilomesillc
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 62 Ohio Levee,
Kk-iHOn liRn.l cormtint.T full stock of
Old Ktmtuckv Ilotirhon. ltv ntl Mnnrmva
rim vtti3asis7K s1cut.1t u.auuirn( sjvi)sua uiut
Ithtneatvi Cftlffonifft Wines )an30tl
" IIOLIHALC jk.SO BETilL MitilM IV
I WINES AKD LIQUORS-1
And proprietor of new ami tpcudld
No. 70 Ohio Levee,
Keeps constantly ou band the cholctH of
Wines and Liquors, which lie will sell at the
very lowest flgures. Call and examine.
For Salo at Wholesale 0 Retail
CORNER 32D-8THEET AND OHIO LEVEk
novlltl I. OAMBLK
Henry H . Meyer. William Stoncr.
MEYER & STONER,
House, SlfQ and Steamboat
necorcung in uu or Winer colors ; lialzo
mining und Paper Haaglns; Gruliiluir and
Marblelne or every dctcriptlon; Gilding 111
every style, plain und ornamental.
rurtlculitruttentlnn paid to Glass Gilding.
Ordern fcollcltcd for Scenery, Fresco and
Hfltinpr l'lllntinff. Punnv nini.u Climi Pafil.
Gild, Plain and ornamental.
etui ai 1110 ftiiop anil oxainlnc our work.
Oltl I'fptlll'pM roniiU'nil or irml.it CiitUfVw.-
USTAll work entrusted to our cure will bo
promptly attended to.
snup 111 m nomas' oiu nana under tho
l'erry House, corner Commercial nve. and
fctli fctrect. 7-10 tf.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWEEN WABH'N AVENUK AND WALNUT
Dr. I). F, Fields Informs tho public that he.hai
en tho northwest tide of Tenth street as named
Ilia Stable will be furnished with none but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and the public may do accommodated at all hours
EST TEAMS' Dl W'"' ,,ow
Dr. Fields aaka a ahae oi publio patronage,
and will endeavor to merit it by fair dealini and
strict attention to business.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
OMo Levee, CAHtO, ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS Si CO.,
(Successors to E. B. Hendrloas A Co.)
Forwarding and Commiasion
Liberal Advancements made
upon Consignments. aSf
Are prepared to receive, store and forward
freights to all points and buy and
sell on commission,
EBusiness attended to prnmpllr.
WUUU I WOOD I I WOOD 1 1
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, If ssot Cbenprr
bad uuy wood dealer In Cairo. Lcavo orders
on the slates ut the l'ostofllce und at Hon,
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. 1
give good measure und will cord the wood
up if desired.
auglO-tf DENNIS HALEY,
Z. D. MATHUSS.. E. 0 .UI1L
Commissi on M, erc h ants
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
Ot OHIO I.KVCK.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Muccessors toStrsllon, Hudson A Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
CLOSE & VINCENT,
DEALEE8 1 1ST LIMB
Cement, Plaster Paris,
P L A S T E R E R'S II A I R,
Corner Eighth Ml reel and Ohio I.eveo
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
AV. 31. Williams, Jas. Kinsley,
Late of Vicksburg, Miss. Late o(Cin'tl,0
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SI'ECIALKAILUOAU, .STEA3IBOAT AND
FORWARDING: AND COMMISSION
05, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
iSucceisors to John B. Phlllis,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cob. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
St. .Louis Advertsoinents.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
U Ktver is-s I ftttstw hat
70 Ohio Levee,
D. C. JACCARD & CO'S Il
lustrated Price List and
Catalogue of Walt ham, How
ard, and D. C. Jaccard & Co't
Watches, Jewelry, and Solid
Silver and Plated Ware, Ac.
When In St. Louis you art
invited to inspect their mag
nificent JEWELRY establish
ment. Nos. 401 & 403 N.
FOURTH St., Corner of Lo
cust, Odd Fellows Hall.
Watches, Clocks and Music
Boxes Repaired and Warranted,
dsd to " Prony tten-
THE DAVIS LOCK 8TI0H
mi ORZATZST IMPROVEMENT Of Tilt AGE
Terms Most Liberal.
Ageuls wanted for unoccupied territory. Uend
for circular and price Int.
Brunch olHee, 013 Nortta roortb Hires
NT. LOCIM, MO.
8. F. NEWTON. Manager.
S AF ES.
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FIKE, BURGLAR A- DAMP PROOF.
IT South Canal Street, Clilcogo.
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The regular annual term of this Law .School
will open on
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Knll course, two term sir months Ach.
Students admitted to the Senior Class on ex
amination by application on or before Octo
her Oth, 1872. Tuition fre, 40 first year j WO
second year, Including ue of Ubrarv. For
particulars ddrcc, G. 31. STEART.
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Provost Law Department,
T-O-d&w 1 in. St. Louis, Mo.
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student every facility for acquiring a thor
ough CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL EDUCATION.
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tlltlnn. mill tlu. rrnfltnet ..p. nn.l n.tun.lnn
are bestowed on the sick.
Board and tuition, pcrsesslon, ten months,
The next session begins September 2d,
Payments mud be mado quarterly, or
semi-annually, In advance. Catalogues con
taining Innructlons to parents, aniTfull par
ticulars, will be sent free on application to
, , , Rev. J. o. Zealand, S. J.,
President St. Louis University. St. Louis,
HcCOHMICK A LYON, A (en to.
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