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THJJIU3DAY, OCTOHEK SI, 1869.
Good all linen Hlilrt Ijosowh nt $2 CO
nr iiirinii in iuhiivn. bt
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Flret oIrhs day ooartl at Wnlkor & Bis-
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Millar and Miller, the principal cloth-
,iM crnrwlw lit thn hnllpn. it
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Hoo advertisementofDr. IJtitt'ri Dispell
A 1UU All t, UUiiJ IU lUIIIUUift tUi-
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A cufTor hIoovo button, gold, with rlra;
hound Hheaf In center, touched with
oluck enamel. Tho Under will ho liber-
1 1 v rnwn rnnii nir nnv nir nhiiim ill liiii
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Cotton cuhIm 00 centH per pair, ut
Piulucali, besides her flouring mills,
aw mills and innrlnu ways, linH a plough
fnAlai i tnt hi.iini in, incr t'nnr u tn .
IIIUIWI J. llll.fe till I1LU tju.f uov ,7 ... -
nnd ploughs and will turn out tills year,
H thousand. Also anpoko and hub fac
tory that Ih doing a large mid rapidly In
creasing business; and last, though not
east a wagon manufactory that Is fin
ishing llfteon first class wagons every
week. A town with Mich elements of
prosperity Incorporated into her being
"an never Marve.
Knder'M Ktomach Hitters ! "Tne best
Mr. J. V. Wadilell. of Cadiz. Ky., in-
'.irms us that the tobacco crop of lil.s
region of country wIP fail considerably
below an average. Many of tho plan
ters, alarmed at the approach tho recent
:old spell, cut their crops while too
green. A far as his observation has ex
tended tho grow th has been very back
ward anyhow, and ns u confcquonce,
early frosts have worked very great In
Injury Mr- Waddell has great confidence in
the Miccess of the tlTort on foot to build
jp a touicco market In Cairo. I To re
gards the point as most favorably located
in that reirard. fumlshini; planter unri
valled facilities for shipping either Kast
or South, in the event they reject Cnlro
Piece goods, in great variety, new and
elegant styles at Miller and Miller's
merchant tailoring establishment, tf
roxr i: ut to-x i ; i it.
A t'lilniie Kiitrrlnllinii'iit J'r ninlcd.
The Atheneum will no doubt bo wull
flllcd to-night on tho" occasion of tho
'onrert. Tho Havs of vocnll.it, consls- J
ting of about forty young ladlos, is an
Attraction that no one will feel disposed
' ri !t. 1'iirthormnre. It Is tho first
onccrt of tho kind over attempted In
'a!ro T' o cleetioii Is the "Flower
I ii : t.,"a rantata, In two part, which
rln ' to tlu f -tllghts the various flower
T ring, represented In the persoiu nf
tl.c jcung ludit's; uUo calling out,' at In
tervals, very charming los, duets,
lUartettcs and chnrussof. The piece has
jitissul In relit'iin-itl eoversl times, and
'rom wl at we have seen we f?wl nKtirt .1
lint the entertainment will bo unique,
ntnl pleasing, Quito all tho young ladies
ilng in pul lie for tho tlrst time, and wo
aro very suro that our people will be Mir
prised nt tho Hwcotueis and cultivation
if voice many of them will exhibit.
Tho concert will be conductod by Prof.
L. CJ. lllaisdell, of tho Conservatory of
flood towcls.a II linen, -"0 cents, each,
Joo Arnold Informs us that ho is now
well satisfied that Garrett, Wnrllcld, and
Armstrong, tho three vllllans who aro
now In Jail awaiting trial for practicing
a conlldonco game upon tho uususpect
,ng Ed. Hodges aro tho hmiio men who,
on tho llith. of Inst November, beat Mr.
Thomas A. t'abbell, of Tennessee, out of
11,00, (every cent ho had in tho world)
by means of a check gamo. Cabbell
was perfectly Inconsolable "llvoj;hun
dred miles from home,;' ho was, "and
without a cent."
Arnold declares a purpose to send for
Cabbell, and havo him hero at tho next
circuit court to lndentlfy tho scoundrels.
Ono of tho three, Warfleld, wo believe,
has, but for his whisky breath, tho ap
pearance of an honest and thrifty far
mer. Ho drosses In very plain ami sub
stautlal olothlng, can talk s enslbly about
horses, hogs and crops, and is tho very
man to play upon tho credulity of unsus
pecting country people, darrett and
Armstrong havo tho carriage and ap
pearanco of merchants or merchant's
clerks, ho tho threo aro well calculated
for tho villituiy (hey practice.
Of all rascals In tho world tho class to
which these men belong, Is tho worst.
Tho poor an Ignorant the hard-working
farmer' boy, tho wood chopper or labor
or, la their victim. 'I'ho well-to-do busi
ness ninn; the man who lives by his
wits, Is never approached by them. Tt
is wholly upon tho ignorant, and needy
they practice, and upon these at tho very
time when tholr villainy causes tho
greatest possible degreoof liu'oiivoiileneo
and distress. If there Is mi clement of
our population that deserves hanging nt
sight, these scoundrels von tltute tint
City 8orip for sale In lumi of from one
Dollar to hundred!. W. It. Smith.
. A regular meeting of the Delta
VLodge No. IAS, will beheld at Ma
flonle Hall this (Thursday) ovonlng ut
7 o'clock. Visiting Urothem are cordi
Okokoe Fibhkh, Heo'y pro tern.
Five good timber hewers wanted, to
work In Alexander County. The work
will be let by tho foot or the day.
Apply to Jan. S. Ilearden, office over
First National Hank. oc. 22, 3t
H. W. Webb, esq., In a true spirit of
enterprise, Is raising means to gravel ho
much of tho Cairo and lilandvlllo road
as lies botween the hills and the river.
He had, this morning, nearly enough of
money and labor subscribed to accom
Tho Miss Smith, who attempted to
abandon her babo In tills city, Tuesday
night, Uvea near Iloso Claire, in Hardin
county Kentucky, about ten miles from
tho Crittenden Hulphur Springs. Her
flcducer IIvch In tho same vicinity. Ho
should at the muzzlo of n pistol if neces
sary, bo forced to make tho abused wo
man all the reparation in Ills power i.e.
forced to marry her.
A Vlllnlnonn Client.
A one-eyed German passed through
tho city the other day, gelling a very su
perior artlclo of stove polish at 25 cents
per box. At least a half hundred citizens
purchased, and Just exactly that number
.found themselves the victims of a huso
fraud. The onc-oyed scoundrel had tilled
each box fully three fourths full of com
mon ?and, and the other fourth with tho
Uso Knder'ri Chill
Cure. "It never
mr rur TiirLi
Tills being the day llxod for tho Teach
ers Institute lu the town of Thebes, thero
was quite a stir among those who teach
the young idea how to shoot, at an early
hour lu tho morning. About 0 o'clock
they sailed out, in two wagons. Hutler,
Morgan, Misses Kelsey. Hatch, "Wal
brldgtt, Simon h, Warwick, Hawkins,
Aubrey and Mrs. Sage, formed the del
egation; ami wc are willing to under
write for It that they will never make, as
a matter of choice, second trip to
Thebes In wagons.
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IIIO JUbimiieMlll leiHHIii III acsnun I,
until Saturday noon. we apprelieno: Ih
that It will not be very largely attended
by country teachers, for this reaion:,jj
Superintendent Butler, though hls10
notice, has scared them. Ho urges one y
and all to attend, Impresses It upon-j,
them as a duty, because, nays he, "no)n
better opportunity for testing tho com-o
petenco of teachers will be afforded, and U
the County Superintendent pledges hlm-r.
fvlt to revoke tho certificate of any teaoh
ir nlnw Incnmnctencr is mado an-
pan-iit." While the threat Is eminently e
nmoer. it in nv. a very seductive rail vine
cry, and It will be apt to turn out that -
thwe teachers who art conscious
is of their
want of capacity, will b? taken violently
Mck very suddenly.
Wo hope SuHrintendvni Hutler will 3
pursuo the course he han marked ont In
this respect, I.e: make It the duty of tho
teachers to attend the Institutes, and '
then rovoke the certificates of such as
aro found incompetent. Hy pursuing
this course, and peremptorily refusing
certificates to parties who cannot pass a
first cla&s examination, the standard of
education In tho county, will oonrcnch
the point at which we aro . timing.
The most elegant, faidiionablo and
best mado clothing in tho city, Is to bo
found at Miller and MUlcrV. Nobody
pretonds that he undersells them. tf
Aproprlitlir Oiimr' Tliliin.
Capt. W. L. Hambleton Is building tho
largest wharf-boat that over iloated on
tho waters of tho Ohio or MUsissippl. It
is over 300 feet In length. The hog
chains weigh over 5000 lbs. Tho princi
pal one Is over 2 Inch Iron, and Ih about
J!'jO feet In length. Tho wliarf-boat.wheu
computed, will bo towed to tills city, as
it Is for tho St. Louis and Keokuk Packet
company. The building of this monster
boat on tho Monnd City ways fully de
monstrates that they possess capacity for
tho largest vessel that navigate our
southern waters. Thoro is always good
water at tho foot of the ways, and tho
machinery and appliances for taking
boats from tho river aro unequnled. This
is also another good ovldenco of tho
prosperity of St. Louis and her river in
terests. Wo take tho above itho prominent
facts of which originally appeared in
Cairo 'Bulletin,) from tho river column
of tho St. Louis 'Democrat.' How tho
fact that tho Mound Clty,Illlnols,marii)o
ways havo unequaled machinery and
appliances for taking boats from tho
river, furnishes evidence of the prosperi
ty of St. Louis and her river Interests,
is not made apparant. Tho truth is tho
"Domocrat' reporter Is guilty of an at
tempt to "glorify" St. Louis at tho ex
poiiBO of Cairo and Mound City. It was
our forests that furnished the timber,
cur mechanics that did tho work, that
created tho monster wharfboat, and tho
ways that havo such complete machlnory
and such good water at their feet, aro
' ours, nd give evidence or tho prosperity
' of our river Interests, and not those or
St. Louis. Tho reporter of tho 'Dem
i ocrat" Is very careful nut to locate tho
' ways m Illinois, thinking that as St.
Louis has tho nom do plumo of "Mound
I City," tho reader would naturally crown
her with the honor of thoir possession.
Hut, it happened that wo scented that
mouse" lu time to ',nlplt In tho bud."
Wc now notify St LniU thut sho vmul
let "Ceaar'H things" almio!
If Mothers would give Mrs. Whltcomb'u
Syrup to their children when sick, mor
tality would be less among them. It costs
only 25 cents.
Gentlemen's collars the Albany make
unexcelled In style and general get up.
An Immense stock at Miller and Miller's.
flnnlnrnn Ilonne for Rnl.
That eligibly situated business house
No. 8 Thornton's block, Tenth street, Is
for rent. Apply on tho premises.
Night before lastthe drug stores of 8. J.
Humm, on the corner of Eighth and
claf.botwoen Eighteenth and Nineteenth
were entered by two or more scoun
drels, who dld'nt seem particularly ad
vised as to what they were doing. They
entered the buildings through the front
doors, using an Instrument known as a
"Jimmy." Ilumra'i losseH, as far as as
certained, consist of an oycrcoat and a
quantity of chloroform. McGauley has
not, awyot, missed anything.
The scoundrels were discovered when
In the act of entering 31cGauloy'e, uud
were scared away before they had time
to fully explore tho premises.
Smith's Tonlo Syrup hn been counter
feited, and tho counterfeiter, brought to
grief. SMITH'S TONIC SVitl'l'.
Tho genuine article mu-t have Dr.
John IU'm.'b private stamp n . .ich lit
tle. Dr. John Hum, only has tho right
to manufacture and it'll tho original
John J. Smith's TONIC SYHl'P, of
Louisville, Ivy. Examine well tho label
on each bottle. If my private stamp Ii
not on the bottle, do not purchase, or you
will be deceived. See my column adver
tisement, and my showcard. I will pros
ecute any one infringing on 1113' right.
The Smith's Tonk: Svuri- can
nly be preparetl by myself.
The public fcervent.
Dr. John Di'i.i.,
Louisville, Ky., Oct. La. lfeOS.
For really fashionable clothing go to
Miller and Miller's. tf
For a new suit, complete, or for auy
part of a suit, for gentlemen's furnishing
goods generally go to .Miller and Miller's,
liest o quarter pillow klip
ccnt per yard, at Itellly's.
to the Secretary of tho Treasury on fh
nun u red pages of foolscap.
It la said that a man in Lowell. Mam
setts, has Invented a scare-crow thut Is V
niueoustlmt crows all around (hero ai
carrying back tho corn they stole In!
summer. Now Orleans has fouiifl It m
and U anxiously walthiK to seo If It won
frighten Hutler in to carrying back thol
On tho subject of lushlm? hlinxoirfn th
mast In Mobile Hay, Admiral Farragti
. iccvimy mm an interviewer thntat th
1 commencement of the flirht ho irot inti
f ......ii.. .... . .
t "Jghig, Just abovo tho hammock'
niinng, aim as 1110 smolco Increased and
obscured his vislou ho ascended gradu
ally until ne got some littlo distance
below the maintop, where ho tied him
self to tho rigging with a small rope, to
prevent hia fulling overboard in casoof
being wounded. Tho allair amounted to
very little, any away.
Mrs. Means, of Macon county, Mo.,
had her character defamed by a wretch
named Whito. Whereupon sho brought
suit against him, and the other day ob-
ctl a verdict for flvo thousand dollars
damages. Hut, having vindicated her
reputation, Mrs. Means was satisfied
and remitted four thousand nino hundl
red Aud nlnty-nino dollarsof tho amount!
A remurkublo woman, Mrs. Means.
air. Perry, who was Jno. P. Halo'-
Secretary of Legation at Madrid, and
who accused the old irontlomau nfsmm-.
gling, married u En'inlsh l&dv. Sho
Grand Hall at J no. School's Hall Cairo
Illinois, Monday Evening, October 2o
1S69, given by tho Membors of tho'.Oer-
inau Brass Hand. Tickcts,admlttlng La
dy and Goutlcman, Ono Dollar. Miibio
by the German Brat and Wittlg's String
Bunds. A cordial invitation is extended
to tho public; tho Committeo of Arrange
ments promising to do everything in
their power to render tho occasion 11
grand succes in every particular.
Committee of Arrangements: Ail I mm
Schick, Ed. Wlttlg, J. Burger.
Cairo, Illinois, October IS, 1S09. td
Linen sheeting 12 quarters wide, fl 7.1
cents per yard, at Heilly's. tf
Tho best assortment of strictly fashion
able huts ever opened in Cairo, havo
just beon received by Miller. k Miller, tr
THE LAST WAlliSTlXC5.
As tho tlmo fixed for the holding of tho
next torm of tho County Court permits
It, and as a number of tax payers will ho
greatly accommodated thereby, 1 have
concluded to defer tho preparation of my
list of delinquent town lots until Satur
day 23d Instant. Beyond that tlmo no
man need urge 1110 to postpone It. IQvery
person, without referenco to size, age,
standing or color, who in delinquent on
and after thatdate, will bo ho published,
and subjected to tho usual costs. Comu
forward then, pay your tuxes, and avoid
not. If, td City Treasurer.
Union linen 2-5 c nls per yard, ut
ftieclnl MectliiKor I tin Bonrilol Aldermen.
Ciro, OntoWr 30ih,
There being no qoruin present, on
motion adjourned until Friday evening,
City Cltrk, pro (cm.
XII V' -NHWIB.
Tho weather continues cloudy aud
cold, but with signs of clearing off. A
heavy snow storm has fallen In tho
north, extending from the Allegheny
mountains through Pittsburg, Cincin
nati, Louisville, Ceutralla, St. Louis and
still further west. Tho snow was threo
inches deep at St. Louis, and two inches
at Loultiville, but melted rapidly. Thu
trains which arrived here yesterday
were covered with snow.
Tho Mississippi and Missouri continue
falling slowly, with a fair stage In tho
former, but a scanty amount in tho lat
ter. Tho Ohi J Is falling at Pittsburg with
30 Inches in tho channel, and stationary
at LoUvlllo with .'I feet 8 inches In tho
canal. Tho lower Ohio is in a wretched
condition, and tho Dexter, Argosy and
several other boat aro atlll In difficulty
on various bars below Kvansvlllo.
Hero the river tins fallen two inches
since last report.
Business continues bribk.
'i'ho Clara Scott brought 00 tons sun
dries for reshlpmcnt Houth.
TheMcOlll, Fowyth, and Hello Yazoo
received large quantities of freight hero
The Alpha brought 10 rolls leather for
Memphl-, 21? ditto, JO.OOO staves, 0.1 bbls
heading for St. Louis.
The Arthur has returned to St. Louis
The new steamer building at Jeilerson
villo for the Memphis and St. Louis
packet company, is expected to bo fast
and line. Her dimeutlons aro as fol
lows: Length 270 feet; beam -12 feet;
hold "J feet Her engines aro very largo
ThoEinillo La barge went to Mound
City this morning and returned at noon,
having in tow tho mammoth wharf
boat, Just completed by Capl. Hamilton
for St. Louis.
Tho gay City of Cairo, Capt. Malln, is
tho regular packet for Memphis this ovc
nlng. Capt. Chas. T. lllude, agent.
Tho Lumsden Is the packet for Evans
vllle, the White for Paducah nuij the
Alpha for Tennessee river tills evening.
Capt. Hindu is agent for all.
ir You wiuu
Mulrrial to maWo a dollar lxtt!of l(ielt INir ft
jtarativoeu-r for rrstormj gnylwirto iti ord
inal !.. r, trail 1 out- for n jiarkjgt.
ir Von Want
N . V!i !i Telli. lleftlthy (iinnx, nnl nrwrn krrath
f-n l f r cur TUltKI-ll lilIMItlKICK, fitter, SS
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ir von wit ut
A Mir-uri) for HmvIasIi, Cuturrh, DtMifnom, or lm
tU.t in tho r, M-n.l for ir rtrnnUTATORT
irOIiUtorof ihoboi- wdt ;of.fH on rtvrlpt
I.-hnr, 4l Mnrkit Mrcrf, St.
1. u , Mo.
A Iture Ciilli-i'ilnn..'tini limit's Itcct I.
M Art, l!.ono, f .., romprHng valtisU
Mn'i.in fr ffrylwi!)-. ly tii.nl, (freo nf
,. t f) fir 'i0 ivni.
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1 ; inin lrf I m-tlpn tor linking liraudy
;i u 11 u - I Win, f!m, Al, Mesr, Conltnli, triirr
' Imu. 't oUwufiil Information for tlioc
j '1 - innufiiiiring any of lli. iiImic, pi (her
, - ... trl ..rhotiMiil"'.
' 11 1 1, of pu-ttiv, ur !iwnU. .iMr
I 1. tol.MAM'l. Mil .Muik. tktiwt. St, J.ouH, Mo.
.tv .llni rlnt. (lulilr.
AN Iwvy roll YOU.M1 MB.V, on I'liymolosw-M
'.rrom, At.inominil li-oac-, Inchlmit to Voulli hjhI
(Jurly Mnlio l.wlm'li orcfttp imprJIraenti to MAlt-
I r m itlt iir imiin'of rt.llff. tit in nonle.l let
'r riivdopcM, freo of clmrgf. Aililro", lr. S, SKIL
LS' HOLVillTON, llonl An)oialon, l'MlnM
Mat. .f I" it'M, A'e'itiider i S'lril). fn. Alexnmler
County Circuit Louit.
In the Mutter uf Arthur lW)lo)
t ciiiitoplir It. CUrkiui'l '..Mwlnnk'K Mm.
Illltul UvUIUOil. J
l'nl.llc notieo l herijl.y if n, tint In purminnoe of
nu "rilor, juilginent ami ileere,. oniore.l in lh Ikiio
llititlwl enure, in thn eimrt of Cuinninn l'leu of the
i ity of Cairo, on the riiili iluy of Juno, A. I). Ml. n.
ut puriiiHneii of u tn rt tier onler cnlertMl In Itm noote
cntitle.l I'tiim In mnt i-ireiut emirt or Aletander roun
ty.nntlm Hcvenlhilny of tk-tnlier. I""', I.John tj. Ilar
nmn Mmler in Chnneery furtnul ein-ult eouri, will.on
the,l'.'th ,)v i.f NViember A. IMui at oVIock. in
the fie rnmuinl' wil.lilay. rell.il pubhe uuolion to thn
liilivt luililer, lur euih.itt Ihe iloor of ilio court limine,
ill tlio I'll) f ('sir.', in nn. I I'ouiity, the folloiTlni;
ileorlbe renl rsiaie, utimte in th eoiinly of Alexan
ilernmi .Suite nf lllinom, to-uit. Lot iiiimlu'rej lour
teeiult) m block nuinl-ir-il mxi.t))m 111" eity nf Cmr
m mild Conntr nn I Mute, together w ith all nuil Hlncu
lur thn tcn.uiu-nlt unt hcroilitiimi'Ut tlureiintol.c
JOHN (i, IIAHMAN,
Muster in Cluineriy.
Ciuro, Ulmuii, Uclorer. A. l. 1S(.
Allen, Wibbiinil II iller, l'lll'iAttornejs.
Oli t Iw
LADIES HAIR DRESSING.
jjy-KS. AD DIE UUCIC,
Oomm r il 'i veniin between Ninth mil Tenth ilreeti
mho bmblini; formerly occupleil by A. O'lionnrll,
M.inufacliirei ait.l JeaN In
IliiU anil Millinery Uoo1m.
Keeps n splrnd i r eiy ef etery kiiut of Hair, nnil
uml Mitniimotures on nhorl notlec. llnsprlvMo roomi
for ciitnm; laillc' r.n l uhiiilron'H luur.
CiirIn,Svlt )i('i, 1ViU lil)imriU, Vnr KlnRs
Ur.ifilcis mul Ilulr Jru'clry tli'iierrtlly.
Lulies may h.it h ll.t comluiii i f tholr hairinaiiu
ai turoil In liny "Itl" ile-'re.l.
A lino lot nf Mllllnory U.tmN aNoon IihihI. Jun
Stu'n(o;;a :mil BMtto Wok Water.
As clear nn I liviiv . when drunk t Ihe Pprlnij.
Tho virluei of thee Mi.f. ih hive ln eo nid rre bt iui
1 loafed III (hi. irrml I en- t!l Old ratlHf.irtlOn of ITiallT Ol
i oiircitliem. Ai deidi ru ' 'he counter of lUrolay
Ilrothorx.tlicy lire ly "ool nud rcfre.ihlnp. Saw
lovii, riflecn ttekctK for oou doilurt rien licketn for
tlifv cenu. IHue I.tek -ti iity Rhv-sei for one dollar.
A lliiriittouin Iiiiliiceuicnl.
Iery p. ron!iA fends S ' " toho "XIX 'TIN
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"W'r Mre thnt Pr I'.ilfri'y lun Mtii'trntri I' i't'y
into Mm rpirit i-f Atiicrinin lli-lnry, and Iiim tlui
glTvn ft d-rtiin ImrinoniniM unity to thr .inn tip of tli
S'w Knglanil f.ithfri, III- w.nit of which Ims intilr
thn nrrtivit of tholr f irtunrn, ti-nally rrlnMd I t
ttm fMrly writi-rr. o arlil, uuiifiii.i, ml itiiuliP,"
Xvw York Tribune.
CIIAHI.r.S M''K;:N'rt W"ltM. M..t fumi.
IMitlnn, uriutuitiiii); mittor tu.l in ny uthr -ill. -fil
mlltlnn, KliliHliur Aiui-rlCBii. Ill 14 roluiiii .s.
(ilol KMIllnn. SiII.mi.
Ioh tnliiiiir of ocr rJiiOimgen jolil si'iuir.itilT '
JAHIIS 1KMMOUK codpJtll'S HOMI'I.KTF
WOKKn. M. ll-c hulil Kilitiutl, .'12 ulumf, Jli'.flO
KaIi n'nm M tnrnt"tv. Irir. Kl.JS.
Till: 1.UV . lliML.-TiK KIN.. I AI.K-. Iiy Ih - .m-
mitli'ir. t tt - vi. linn.-. I'ii Jf.
COOI'KH S MUltlHS OK 1 UK KA: !TOMt!:si
TUB WOtlH; -rtiRIK- K TH K I'lUIRIK. !
In one vflnnip. I'rli'H. M.vi.
"Tho itiiliiritia " oiiiiiihiiiU uf fVnlmuri t'ootn-t
are Mi Vorl; WIi Ib thr Imi- i.f "nimtry twiiilnu
to iri'fill, hl memory will .tit in the hcnrti (if the
peuiin. ri iruii jiuiriiKi'' nii'i Aiiienenn iiintiiirrmir .
ther fhonlil fin J a iilm'ii In every Am-ricnti'ji librnrv."
I.IK'I.KITEIW. AND If -TH''MnU- WOUK Of
MIKUKIC.'K 'Mtr,.Mi;il ITlC B, i.' II.
'...: W'r fei I iin tlit tli.i rurtjiii k... ri i
hertrt mi'l inin.1 iinneii, 1 1 . tienuiy uf ili'eqriptiott mhI
rnrltyor .IioiikIiI mul li rhtii; whii h woti.ffir M.
Hr.'iner'N ilriin fir nirfiiri' so tii-itiv Ifrnif -enbirf
Allovvrtho worlil ifurniK her lifet in'e, will drf th
olil nne Imi'k xml n'tr.ii't m my ni'W miea t 1 1 .r
im morini',. ' ini'iiiMnii r.vnni. iiM.ni.'ie.
TIIK 1'Il.fiItlMS WAI.l.KT; ..r. tu. of Tratil
Katheriil In KnftUti'l. I'riw', ani' erninny. Ilv
lilll'tTt Jlmi II III 'inn VnlllMH SI ").
"Ills ti' turf t.ri' .linwn nli n tliiimnil vlci.r.u
lianil. lll ii'. ri.tl"ii nf l.o'nlr.n wonilerfiilH
nn.l clenr mul ilu-i.i.ly ono we renmnitx't ever t hair
r-ittil ulifli iidiii' -i tiMiin i tnc i -it
fytureio' the tnolern llbj Inn " 1'ortlmtil l'rei,
TIIKOI'i:M'i I.AUSKt. Ilypr. I.I.Huye. Ii. r.r
lolitmp, S2.M. Kin- eii.tum, 1 1'
"Tho iclum Hrn.c)'iilti- thktimilil be..n in
rc-pect of tnei lmiii. nl exreiition. Tlie illijm iti.
whi-K ore ell niter i-keti'lin or li njition by I'r
II)'-, hnve.iit'tl lll'.rinl lmrm thr'.wi iruiin.l iMom
by the peqeiU ! Ia lev. White, mi.l K-nn. mi l Me.
Without eti'i'l II. Miniliil nil. I arli-th'. The lll.ip-
enrible the ri'ii'lei t.f"ltuw tlie..il'e ..f i-xj.. U
lion vith rae, mul reirml tyiioRrniihy, it uetil
only I' paI'I tin' .1'iti.e ..k niutut th Ilurjnl
I're-i," New VorkTlme.,
M1W. (.Al'PI.K'.S Pt'H I AIN l.KOTt'HR-s. Iiy Ib iiK
I:.. JeroM. .th illiu'Mtion. fl.it.
IMCCIOI.A. Hy X. ll.e'vitme. In one f nlfime.be.ui
"Thin Nni.pcflho few mtnlern 1 1 e Vflli.'h hilt
hltnilieil ae.lft'-v' 1. 1' m "ii 1. 1. 'I'nl .m . V ir
KHua, rml 'K u.U th, i r the K of Htberl i,' 'V ?
cluU Ih reitapl."! it l"k to k. , not in. n ly lo
reft'lwcl thro uei'te; tjrle mi'l ntimrlit . i : i ' r -to
Kiie it e rinituent litcMii y ' '"mf - A rinf'l'h") ' "
hiitimn bonk, iifiml'riir te ihe mi rwnmniiiiiil rli.-
hl feellni; "If -'on Tnin-eript.
1IIHT0K "K KMII.lMirly Uorl M niley. fl l
iletil'n hMltmu. in fiiir toliitiiK, yvn. ; x.
howto iMtucntK ..vur Tin: auovk
Wlllixiit Kvi (- ! on '.'.
The Pnl.heh'i. ..f tlie.e ' rl. ni.'.'uh itlo "1 i
Itlv.T-iuV MuKHiiiie for Vimntt S"ie,' nn llMi-trn'i I
Monthly. K..V( it veur. hit ihk lur ipeeml conii
limia ( hrjKlut'i Aul'en, ih.- uio't nunent nc
writer for the vounit. ' nrt Wii AI.I.OW OXK I"
l.lt'S WtiK'Ol l-N TMKlK llxnIW to ev. iy . n-
tKlinif llieiiitine if anew -i:l-. r'b'-lwilh It '' i-'
Thu", bv .ilt nl.'.r, Mit "i,. . ,m pi.. tide 1 . . i - -
uh uelioloo .'.,. ism of I.cn.!.
Actilri SSl'lll) A UOLMmTtr',
net illwj N w N
1AI1K) llltOOM MANl.I'ACJOUV.
W. V M'KIili vV- J5U0TIIKI!,
Having p. rf-. t.. I Hm- irr.mi:. nifl t for the in oni'.
turn or lrum m thi- city, .me hum prireil i" '.
A the -tine iuiil.ti.' i bronnteimle pureha-' I lo
wlier'". Onler- left 't tl. More of l. P. lYilllsiinon. "li 9
I .even, or nt the
Jlimnfaclor)'. 1'iiiirtei'iilH mreet, liettvcou
Vtnl nut iiiHlCcitttr,
Will bo promptly attemleil In.
Order by inn I -l o'i! I b" ivldre.il to
W K. M'KKUi.llllO.,
1'. . Illiv I.Tl,
Feptltf CutO, lllinoi.
1AI110 CITV IJOOK IlIXIJKltV.
m. net's silvkhhijik;,
IMftiik Hook Miiiiiifiietiii'cr,
No. 73 Ohio Lkvkk, (AUIO, ILUXOlS
COl ItSKS OK SrtlHVi
AUAIiKMUWEiicllah uud CImIU.
Ll ivii.i vtii 'rl!lS.nr Vur..
itli, COI.IiliUIATI! AMI TUnoi.O(IICAl.-Ii1f
New .tint iionlly buildlii lime reeeuMy boon ore.
od, with ndmirable uecommodiillimi fur n larue nnin
bcroftudtuiu. lkkirdin tho Cullvye Iluartliug llttT
AT TIlllKIi lUll.l.AlLS A Wl'.KK.
Thu 1 1. lire i)ium.' f r Ttillion, llo.ird, 1 too m i .'n'.
I'liel, etc , doe not vxeee
81 i'O A
I'urwie the xami- eoiiren of utility Millitho yo .i
WWW, and will rio elie the wvoe degree when tli(-
irndimte. Tin ) ublum lt.trl t reasonable rntci
Thu next term will cguuu. w on the
Vlvsi Mont(ii) In September.
rorunherm'. nun.-u uddroni I'rof J W. It- tv
orl'rol', It. II. M. ut. .t, at CioliiiT lle, III, nnilw r