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l'UHMSHKD T JOHN II. OHEIILY A CO.
M. I). IIAUUKM.', APMJCIATK KUITOR.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOJ1HKC, 18C1.
Faded lmir yields to "Jiarrctt's"
"The J Jest In Use." Ender's Stomach
Travel by rail and river Is becoming
brlskor. Uood times coming.
Three casta superior London Dock Gin
at coat, at tljp Evening 'Iiull6Un olllce,
Fin on to the amount of ?2C2 were as-
Betted by tbo police courtH lint month,
auu oj ivore-coiiecieu uy uio ponce.
l nA ... . ..il i ii .t
Rents In market and money collected
by the market master from wagons last
month amounted to 2G9.
Alderman Mendel and Gibson had a
verbal passage at anna lust night, at tho
mooting of the Hoard of Alderman.
Cool woatbor prevails, and tho young
folks will soon commence to "hop" and
ticbool Superintendent Duller will at
tend tho state convention of county su
perintendents to be held thlu week.
October, sober, rules the year, and
with effacing hand, steals from tho land
the beauty which the iummor crowned it
The sidewalk near the old rchool bouse
is being repaired. Tho next work done
will be on Eighteenth and Nineteenth
Mr. Thomas Wilson Is absent from tho
city atpringllold, attending the soscdon
(ftlieF'ato Hoard of Equalisation, of
which 1 i Ji a member.
Tho C tty Treasurer reiKtrts that taxo
are i-Hnng In rapidly the past few days.
Pay up, .citizen, of you will Und your
i.'U.iti r.irded In tho delinquent liat.
Ii crjsc .f the Ferry Com puny against
the t-U. uner Virgiula, for inking the
MId .Miry, will be tried to-morrow in the
UW-ilh V'iil.l ...V vufMjrtIJ Winilll
Musqdltoi are incoming scarce. An
"ca- I nal long-billed fellow dfetltrbs the
r w.!h lilt disagreeable mudc, but
'tAf.' . (toad-bye, ulngers; eome again
next year. Do.
Tho Hoard of Aldermen, last night,,
auth .rlzed the Mayor to appoint, deloga
r 1 1 r "-'reent tueclty in tho Commer
(hi ( invention to be held at Louisville,
n the 1 5:h iiist.
T' ' d people of the city aro laying
in c aland wood for the winter. Jtosj,
".it .! dtaler, and Turner anil Ward,
t'io w I dealer, are as unty buny
!)V -!i"iild not our pollcpmon b uni-
f n .i 1.' An oflior in cltirvu dri U
t ( "".i lent ai he would bo if he were
lULLiiMied by a uniform that would
, hirl hl pasltlon.
Tho rumor va7prevalent in the city
this morning that Mr. Isaac Walder ilied
'ist i.'ht of heart dlseaee. Inquiry
I roved tuu rumor lo uq jtw. niiiv",
and as hearty ai a buck.
Tiio li'ard of Aldorman adopted a res
olution last night, requesting tho soloct
council to reconsider tho vote by which
the ordlnanco to lncroase tho pay of tho
j olice force, was dofeated.
- - -
Theliuder brothers are erecting a two
otiry brick building, on thoslto of thoir
business house, lately destaoyed by fire.
Tbo first story h completed. Energetic
iiien, thoso Iluders.
Aro wo tohavo no amusements the
coming winter? Will not our citizens
give to Hartman a helping hand and aid
Mm in procuring, for our ontortalnment,
n good theatrical company?
Meyers, the tobacconist, is doing a good
business. His Cairo Hello and other
cigar", are excellont, and doservo all tho
pull thoy receive Btoro on the lovoo,
near First National Hank.
Whoro aro our lycoum mon. Arrange
ments should bo made by them for a
i-oureo ol lectures. Homo lcctureru could
bo prooured, aud frco lectures given. A
llttlo onorgy, discreet "blowing," and
,nmmnn soilSO a WO articlo WOllld
mako acourso of lectures in Cairo a sue
Sovou bldw, to fonco aud improvo St.
Mfirv'ft I'urk. tak ncpny in cny nouns,
aro now boforo tho committee. Could
wo not have our plank road, on Ohio
lovoo. roimlrod hv offering bonds, and
nilvnrtlsln i rnr i.lds to do tho work?
Tho plank road Is an oyo soro, and re
quircfl immedlato attention.
Tho excellent reputation of Walkorand
stlacnii'rt restaurant snmiros to it first
class patronage. It is mannged in an
unexcoptlonablo manner, and la com
plctoiii all Its appointments. At this
Moasou of tiio yoar when gamo, oysters
and llsh aro in flcason, It is a raro dell
eacy indeed that cannot bo supplied
there, on demand.
As of old, day boarders aro acooinrao
dated at 5 per week, and if anybody is
undor tho imuresslon that anybody in
town is fed bettor than those same boar
ders, lot thatbody drop in and seo. It
"Ilarrott's" superb lialr restorative.
Ask for Alford's xx Aguo Remedy,
finder's Chill Cure Never Falls.
It contains no quinine nor arsenic. Al
ford's xX Ague Kemedy.
Iiuurnnre .Money l'nlrl. 3
Capt. J. M. Phillips received to-day
from Mr. Louis Jorgenson, agent of tho
Merchauts insuranco company, Chicago,
f-300 cash, in full payment of a risk taken
on a lot 6 oats, lost recently by the sink
ing of a barge in tow of the steamer
Mohawtr. . u
A New MagaatHe.
Wo liavo received number olio of
volume one- of Hltchoock'B Now Month
ly Magailna It is handsomely printed
on tho finest quality of book papor. It
Is especially dejilgqo.jor.thoBe who cul
tivate the fine arts. ..Tho number before
us contttlus(o!ght pages of choice music,
extensive ari note, biographical sketches
of distinguished artists, and several pages
of soloct roading mattortho wholo for
ming a very deqlrablo collection. Ad-
drais II. W. Hitchcock, NoW York.
A nyr Millinery Store.
Mrs. Auna Lang has Just opened a
millinery store on Tenth street between
Washington Avenue and Walnut street,
to which fiho Invites public attention. It
embraces a fine lino of fashlonablo Iran
nets, haU, llowew, velvets, ribbons,tr3m
tilings, worsteds, and everything else
that Is usually kept in Mich establish
ments. 11th. Langperhonaliy superintends her
buslnef-H, thereby caving clerk hire, fcho
thcreforo believes that tho can safely de
fy competition in the matter of low
priced. Head her advertisement and call
and uoe her new good-..
Ladles all pral "lUrioUV
. r )ti..tnnrilil
P. Hatip m opened a restaurant at-102
commercial .avenue, near. Sixth street,
and U aiillui. public attention to it
i . , . . .... ...mji... .i I...
in a nianoer turn. v.iu ui oncu eumini'iin
it to thu patrinngo of the respectable
IK.rtioVi of- thelfommunlty. Tho rooms
aro handsomely carpeted- furnished in
exccllent'stylo. where gu'ests will bo. en
tirely htcuro from Intrusion. The best of
everything, including Joyatcrs in all
style", game, Ifth and allthe substantial
edibles will bo'Served in first clas? style,
to, order.; Tho: patronage of gentlemen
and ladias, tho proprietor guaranteeing
courteous attention and good fare.
Tho frequent fires in Cairo, many, of
thorn Involving tho dotruotion of thou
sand") of dollars worth of property,shouid
teach everybody, and particularly tho
poor man. tho value of reliable insur
ance. No man is so imor that he cannot
carry a few hundrod dolUtr.i'lii'-urrtnceon
IiIh dwelling ami household effects as
the c jt will not exeaod a few cents per
day. There U no invi-tmeiit that pays
Col. J. S. IUardeu it Co. repre?eutn
number of safe and niitxlantial insuranco
companies to wiiich wo desire to call at
tention. Most of them are home com
panies of the highest standing, noted
for the prompt and satisfactory manner
In whloh thoy adjust losses and deal with
their policy holders. Tn tho advertising
columns of tho 'Bulletin' wo namosoven
companies represented by Messrs. It. &
Co., that represont over -1,100,000 capital
and asset.s-asum equal to tho entire vao
uatlon of tho property of city, for pur-
poses of taxation. In any of. theeo com.
panics Insuranco can bo effected at as
low rates as aro consistent with solvenoy,
and then, If tho assured lones his propor-
tv bv fire, tho amount of tho Insuranco
will bo paid without quibbling or equivo
cation. Tho Colonel's oinco is in uie
Egyptian block, over tho First National
llnnk. whoro all, who aro noi insurcu,
should outer an early appearance, and
secure a polloy.
Mr. and Mrs. Candee, who has been
absent from tho city for a month past,
Mr. William Ualllday Is absent at Cin
cinnati. Tho committee on fet. Mary's
Park will not award tho contract for en
closing the park until ho roturns.
Col. S. S. Taylor arrived at hono on
Tuesday, from ow York. Ho leaves in
tho morning to attond tho meeting of
Mm board of directors of tho Cairo & St.
Louis rallraad company, to bo held to
morrow at Murphyaboro. It la believed
that tho board at UiU meeting will ap-
provo tho contract for constructing tho
r.ad made h'fow weeks ago by tho ex
ecutive committee with Mr. Mitchell.
Mr. Frederick Gilbert, who has beon
attending tho Yalolaw Hchool, has re
turned. Wo understand, that ho has
been admitted to tho bar, aud will be
como a inemborof tho firm of Greon A
Gilbert. Ho possesses all tho element
which enter luto tho character of n sire"
ccssful lawyer, and In tlmo will takf his
nlaco amomr tho most esteemed mem
bers of tho profession. '
T. Lewis, esq., is still In tho 'city; or
u-ds. vestordav. Ho is as energetio as
ever: and is suro that his present news
paper "enferpriso will dovelopo Into a
grand suoeeas.- In tho Atlas ho sees a
prospective fortune, and lias no doubt
that it will becomoa power in mo mnu
Rqv. Hiighoy, forpierly of Cairo, is now
stationed at Mt. Cnrmel
"Ilarrott's" a substitute for wigs.
Use Ender'a Chuf Cure. "It never
First class day board at Walker k Ols
on's restaurant, at ?5 per week. tf
It CtJKBS tho Chills, Alford's
Linen sheeting 12 quarters wide, $1 75
cents per yard, at Itellly'a. tf
Tho largest and best furnished billiard
hall In Southern Illinois is that of W ilk
ker & Sisson. tf
Particular attention Is directed to tho
advertisement of book for the million
Marriage Guide in nnother column. It
should bo read by all.
Uakliieaa Houaa forllenf.
That eligibly situated business houso
No. 8Thoranton's block, Tenth street, is
for rent. Apply on tho premises.
For Nitle Cheap.
I will sell tho houso In .which I am liv
ing, on'.Washlngton Ave., near cor. 7th,
for $-100, if applied for soon. Also two
defilrablo lota on Center st. at $275 a lot.
at IS. P. BntLiNOirxif.
The best and prettiest cook stove 'now
A new lot Ju6t received. Call and eco
them at lieerwart, Orth & Co., 130 Corn
mercial evenue. SepOdwlm
AYivnr Itfndjr il Hollnlile, -
From its perfect purity nnd uniform
strength, Doolbv's IUKi.voPowDnr.can
bo eafoloy relied on as the Lett and
mott economical baking powder in use.
Ne fhort weight, as each can contains
tho full net amount represented, and
tho samn quantity Is guurenteeil to laft
longerand give better satisfaction in ma
king rolls, biscuits, pastry, Ac, than
any other article known. Manufac
Dooi.kv fc Ur.OTiiKit, New York.
Good all linen Mi in bosoms
per dozen at Jloilly
at S2 60
rsrnniwi Mlilit .School.
Gentlemen desirous of obtainlngknow
Jedge of the German language, can se
cure a scholarship lu the night class now
forming under the direction of Prof.
Winching, principal of tho German
Parties desiring Instruction will please
mako immediate application to tho Pro
fessor nt his residence on Fourteenth
street, between Washington Avenue and
Walnut street. oct 5 Old. '
cards 05 cents per
I urge upon persons who' contcmplato
purchailuga piano to call at Prof. Mais
dell's Conservatory of Music aud see tho
now "A. Sutunor St. Louis pianos"
whloh I furnished . him through my
agency. I have nlso received some now
pianos at my rooms on Eighth street,
near Washington avenue, which aro for
rant, with the privilege of purchai-e.
I also have Smith's American Parlor
Organs for rent with prlvllego of pur
chase. Ml Insltuments eold by mo arc war
ranted for live years.
I extend an invitation to everybody to
call and see tho instruments.
J. C. C.utsoN, Agent,
octl lw Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
"Barrett's" keeps tho hair in place.
Hitters 1 "Tho best
L'nlteri Stittf DUtrlct Court Bonllicrn
nutrlrt of illlnoU.
Tho following buslucsii was transacted
at tho convoning of court yeeteruay,
No. 17.-Cr!mlnal. United States vs
W S Massey. Indictments violation
roYonuo law. Witnosaos recognized t
March term, 1S70.
No. 15. Criminal. United States vs
N J Slach. Indictmeut: violation rev-
onuo law. Motion to quasn entorcu 10
argued and taken under advlsemont.
No. 1. Criminal. United 8tate3 vs
James II Duncan and RobertM Hundley.
Indictment: violation of rcvenuo law.
Continued to next term upon affidavit of
No. Criminal. Same parties. Oon
No. 8. Criminal. Samo partlos. Con
tinued, adjourned until 9 o'clock, this
Wednesday, Oct. 0, 1609.
No. ll.-Crlmlnal. United States vs
ITcnry Horn et al. Indictment: viola
tion rovonuo law. Motion to quash en
tercd argued aud taken under adviso
roont. No. 12. Criminal. Unitod States vs
Charles Horn. Samo olienso; samo pro
ceedings. No. 1-1. Criminal. United States va
"William Goleghtly. Samo oil'euco; samo
No. 1. Civil. United States vs Char
los M Dolo and others; action dobt; on
P O Bond. Demurer to declaration
No. 2. Admiralty. Leopold Bauer
vs steamboat Quickstep. Libel In ad
miralty: jury empanuelled and cause uow
Patrick H Popo Esq., of Cairo, admit
ted to ptaclico as attorney and counsel
lor, proctor and advocate of tho court.
At tho request of tho District Attorcoy
a veulro for a Qrand Jury was ordered,
tho samo being mndo roturnablo at 0
o'olock to-morrow morning.
Good towels, all linen, 20 cents, each, I
Don't Shake 1 uso Alford's vX
Irish linen, Helling at 135, now f 1 15
Irish linen sold at fl, now 75 cento; aud
good Irish linen at 50 cento, at Keill'a
Wnulcil ut Ilie .St. Chnrlcs.
Wo want Immediately at tho St
Charles Hotel, a first class chambermaid,
and two dining room girls whotliroughly.
understand tho business. Thoso who can'
bring good references will find steady
employmeut'and liberal wages. OcUtf.
Tolmccon, Ctiurprtloaa, Xte.,
A splendid and varied (took ofohow-'
ing smoking tobaccos, cigars, merchaum,
brier-root and other kinds of pipes, with
everything elso usually kept by tobac
onlsto have been laid In .by P. Saup lOi
Commercial avenue. Tho stock Is unsur
passed In tho city.
Also about 2000 lbs assorted Now York
enndica Justrecolved a splendid lot and
for sale cheap.
Drop in and look at the ?S0 merscham
pipe that is to bo rattled of!.
Smith's Tonic Syrup lias been counter
felted, aud tho counterfeiter,, brought to
grief. SM ITJ I'S TONIC SYRUP.
The genuine article must have Dr.
John Bull's privato stamp on each bot
tle. Dr. John Bull only has tho right
to manufacture and sell tho original
John J. Smith's TONIC SYRUP, of
Louisville, Ky. Examine well tho label
on each bottle. If my private stamp is
not on the bottle, do not pttrohnso, or you
will be deceived. See my column adver
tisement, and my show card. I will pros
ecute any one Infringing on my right.
'Xhc genuine Smith's Ton to Sykup can
only be prepared by myself.
The public servent.
Dr. John Bull,
Louisville, Ky., Oct. 2. 1S0S.
Btt 5 quarter pillow flip muslin 24
cents per yard, ut RelllyV. tf
AIv.nnitcr County Tmclicrs tnatltnte.
A sossion of the above named institute
will be held at Thebes, commencing
Thursday, October, 21st., 1S00, at ouo
o'clock p. ni., and continuing two days,
until Saturday noon, October 23d.
The mwramme will umbrace exerciser
i.. ..ti .i... i i ... . i... i .
' uwiuwuea requiren.suy ju m. ho
taught In the public schools, to-jylt:. or
thography, hnglltdi reading, pennmon
ship, arithmetiu, EriglMi grammar,
modem geography, and tho hlstoiy of tho
United States; with music hud csnayt?,
discussions and addresses on educational
r-ubjects, interpcred. .s
Teacher- uml school directors wllHako
notice that "no reduction of pay"or lo"s
of time will be Incurred by" the teacheri
attendinu". this Jnstltuto; ..and tho
teachers from every school dUtrlct In the
county, ouUido of Olro, hlol excep
tion U made been uso an inititutc will be
held tl;ere pometimu during tho Fall or
Winter) are expected to-bo present and
take part in thu oxorei-es. Tho school
directors ut evory district should require
their teachers to attend. ."Iiicolt In to their
Interest to have competent touchers; and '
no better opportunity ror testing tneir
competence will bo ad'ordod than the
eieroleos of this institute; and thocoun
t v superintendent pludges himself to re
voke the certlfleateof any teacher who.o
Incompetency Is made apparent.
Not knowing who at present compose
tho executive committco of tho Alexan
der county Teachers Institute, thocoun
ty superintendent has taken this method
of complying witli the school law which
makes It his duty to oucourago tho for
mation of teachers' institutes.
All friends of education aro cordially
Invited. L. P. Butleii,
County Superintendent of Schools.
Arrlrn mnt Ileimrturra During the I'nat
Ik Hammitt, Colmnbuf Wm White. Padueili;
Rar. n. lAiilvllle: Norman, KvaniYille;
Uelb Memphii. Mmpb it AU-oiu, c ninnati;
Hello ht 1iuit, at Louts.
IVellAinmitt, Columbui; Wm. white, Padnenh;
Nonnnu, Eaiiviile; lUvn, Ca-ieyvlllo:
our. Cincinnati; Uelle ft tout, .Mem'r;
lkllo Jlomi'liif, St LouK.
Tho weather continues cloar, with very
cool night aud pleasnnt days.
Tho Mississippi Is rising from St. Louis
to Dubuque and fallen, above, with an
abundnnco of water. Tho Missouri re
mains as last reported with enough wa
ter for medium fcizo boats but no more.
Tho Ohio Is falling with -1 foot 0 Inches
in tho channel, and stationary at Louis
vlllo with about tho samo water in tho
Hero tho river has remained stationary
Business ia fair.
SUTho Norman brought out a good trip
for roshlpment and was well filled with
All tho boats on our port list did more
or less business at this port.
Tho magnitlclent Thompson Dean,
Capt. J. H. Poppor. for N. O.; tho M. E.
Forsyth, Cant. Ltfker, for Vlcksburg;
and tho White, Capt. Northern, for
Paducah, aro tho packets this evening.
Chas. T. Hindo, agent.
And those who nro older, youn men and old ineni
the rich and pour j thoe whq have black rlr.wlnj! lotkii
tlioio whu aro gray i and thoe who, having lout their
hair and nro Ka'n.ng it utfr' all me Ilanett'a TeKeU
We Hair Hentorative. if yon Uu not iwod It go at
oneonnd pet n liottle. Hm-layn'l the plf ee, their
Htore U the cenral lti.i l.iMrter for tin article in
eoiitheru IlluioN. lri-ntueky and Mli"iirl.
Aurcmlcr Water. ,
riorldn Water; Hay lluniani Co'ejoe tor,tlotoI.
ft and the bath. Consul! yourromCorr dining thl) hot
wAatlier and no tlieso refreihiii3 article. At tiio
IJruc ai'iro on tho Levee vou cin ti-t what ynil wantjn I
Sir Vou 17nt
Material lo mko dollar bollU of thn br.t Ittlr K-
, tortlToeTir luciror ttiiw.s grnjr hir t. ajc.n.
inl color, (ftiil SifP'itj f..,- r. j .1 tjs.
i r Tou ivniit
Mc Whltt Troth, UmUhj Onnn.nn.l nv-eM lirrslli
en l for our . l'IIKIBII I'E.VTHIKICR, nrko, it
If Yon Wnut
A Mire our for Iteu'lnoh, Cvturrh, Ptxifnoo, or btu
lititf In tho car, icn.l for our StEKSfTATOJir
I'rlcs .T5 cnti.
-.KiChrrof ths Kborn ccni jKit.ifM on rclrjl
AilJfcf Joieph K. Ueli.r, 431 Murtit street, fet,
A Kr Collection. ItiiNTUiHl1 Ucceljifx.
MKlcArU, DlicoTfrios rU, romprUlng Tnlu.it't
lnfrmlion fur oTprjbod)-. f-Vnt hy rnl, (freo tt
pofUps) for 40 cent.
AcMrpoiU. E. NOBMANrr,:il MArket tteM, St.
l.oul, to. K'i7 dMTl
Of noarljonolitimlredrncMpH fr making 1 rsri'ly ,
ll ktmlii of Wine, Gin, Alp, Heer, Cordis!, Superior,
Cider, nd much other useful Information tor thoe
dealing InormnnufncturlnRnnf-of tho nbote, either
for the trade or home un-.
Bent by mud, frco of pojtaje, lor SO cent j. Aildrau
H. E. NpHMANDr, fil Mrkit treet, at. Loufi, Mo.
New .MnrrUjf' nnlile.
AN ESSAT I'OK YOU.N'U MEN, on Niyglolo Icil
Error, AI.unml Diseinei, Incident to Touth anil
Enrly MAnhoo I, which crentc impeJimcntK toM.Ul
HIAUK, with furo mftinjof relief. Sent in aenlrd Ut
ter rntelnpe, free of charge. Ad. Iron, Dr. 8. SK1L
LIS HOUfiltTON, Howard Amoolatlon, Phllftdfl
IlKCIULAir TJirilSllAY PACKET.
. i ne iinni ciraoent Kienir.tr Al.i'llA,
: T. n. nru.iv iiuiw w i- nvrtis.
wnTIrTe for th atOTaand all iDtcnncdiatn
Th Alpha i nnnrtrloely at Dannlle ,r)i t t
for ClarksTille. Hiwlin Oren and IoittTil''. f-l
At JahuoijTlll n ilh tmuu for NaahriU.
HeturnlnK "he mnneti at Cairo with tmr- - i
train for nil (mint. mil .-.f
Tlif !Kht drauhiit paaoiiir Steamer
j vji. wtiiTii,
It. r. NORIllKKX- "
J. f. 11K LUl.lT ..... ..M.M...M..........C" ''Tk,
Wil. make vpwt PAtl.T TRIPS b-tween t.r j Aau
PadtiPAli, leanne Pairo irry erenlng (Sur li) tj.
rented) at fl r VIk.
The wliUMniie'Uat Pwlnrah wili theN Or'. ir r
'nnd Ohio mlroad, tad tA Oumbrtanl and Tvnn -s(e
r Kr frrlght or rav nl on board, or u
Oam. Ilium I.
.srr.A3jr.it a. ijahhii.
r.eA' Olro cvwy MONO AT EVEN! NO, m.t
close connection with trntatat DanrUle for CUiVi
ille, and at JtittuaoavUia, witlt Wft.n for . y
Partial - ,:i n j -t to y Wwim.
Ttio Liitiilnn liinr(rr!v Iletlcn,
The KilliiKliiir-r ItrvliMi,
The W't tin l.i : l r Itrtlon,
Tile North Ililtl-ti Itftlcn-,
lllii(-kOil'f llitinliiirR 3fnKn7.ii .
The reprint ol Hip Icadiiis quartet He an-1
wn.'J arr n in.li.jx-n.nM.. to all who d-lr
themln'i fuMr luforin. I Willi regard to 11
FUUjct of Hi-- il it n rt.-wed I t tho br.f
nndfoondeattluiikert inf.mt Krrtatn. The.
l44t.rs t ih- p ' I.' Krrtevra art in r
nlfliid ut tho In iv I of Uie It-t of Kngtlnh wr i
Scienee, Itel , Art an t Oi-nen.1 iJlctui
Mh.iterer l vrortby of di-.-UMioa rlmU attenli- i t
the paflen of th-n ller.c-w. and Rlaekwootl. Tli" Tik
riety t oj;ri't that no nil.-r'ir-an fail to I
fled. The4 iiMriiMlica' prmte-l with tlioi '
fidelity to the Engil'h Hiijr, nnd are offrl ut ji,
which place thvm Hilbin rch of alt.
Tonus Tor I SOU. Yf r
Anv ona of lb.' R-ii f I
Any two of tlio Fletim . 7 )
Any thrro of thu llTiw i ii'i
All four of tin ItMi... Uio
KUokwCKxlV Mumiiue t )
lllockwood und uny one 1 1 view T to
lllaekwool mid any tveii UarlwM 1"
Illnckwood und nny thrao ll.oiewi .... II C )
lHa?l;wood and the (uwr Km5..-.....
A dleoun of twenty jr eent. will i allow. 1 t
nliib of fnurr inoft. ii.n. Thu, four '! - i
UlaekTood, ornf oue ..f the Heriew, will li .-lt It
one nddr for ?1S to.
fiutsrrlliorii khuuld pr,.) by the qxarU-t. : o
ottioo of dell-wry. Tha )iOUga to any rt i ' V i
Unltwl Staton iiwo run a uuniber. Tin r;ilo r' y
npplie to uurroat -.uiwripfona. Pur lau-k nutr. .1
tin- poiUittt Ud.-qt-le.
TrrtitN to Xiw fiiihirrlbrr.
New iuliKcril-ern to any two of th nloro pc" I
call for lu) will Iwontitlwl tu ra.-t'iv, i;rli,aby ctsi
of the four Hi fori1. N'w ntirilK-r ( r 1
fiTo of the pa riodltkiht fur iii.ty nweivr", an' ,
I)laokwool or i.uy to of the four ftylew f. r I .
Hnluic nlwr timv. Iiv am.lviui; odrlv. ottn.n 1M k
aetaof the Kern wxfrom January, l&w, to lire a ir,
ISM, nd of HU.-Vw I's Maamini from January,
IMW, to Dccemlicr, IMS, nt half Uio current sub.. r p.
tr Neither prriiiiunia i uWrilr, nordl'Cuni
toclubn. nor redneoil lirleon fur liwk numtwra, tan to
iiIIowihI, iinlen-'Hi' ni mi-y n ri-milteil illrwt to too
!utdlhera. Nor'emiuinn can be giventoohiM
The tii'minril Nentt IMiblUliIni; Co,
1 10 Fulton ret, New Yor.
Tho h.H. ri'lt.CO. al- puWikh lie
FAUN Klt'S 1 III II,
hy Henry Stephen", of lMlnghurg, nnd the Utc ',
Norton, of Valo College, 3 ol., ronl octavo, 1.
ho tw3 to. by mall, poit paid.
Ke. ana nnmerouJ cncravniKa. riu, ei
CHEAP TOll CASH!
DiulliCn rartlx, lilrmtol) . 81 to $7 per 1000
KtCAUiboat llilliri'iiita - $3 to 88 per 10OO
Knve lope 85 to &S per 1000
UIU llcmU - 8ia per Ileum
Other WorU In I'roportlon.
WE (JUAIt.VNTKU SATISPATI0X.
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SH'IXT 4tUIMMi:--Thej;cumno aidclo to bo
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