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JuIlM H. OUERLY, Editor and Publisher
TMUUOFTMEDAu.l ' ULLETLN t
On weC, by carrier f 33
OWTb"rcrHc?, In advance...... 10 00
On year by carrier II not p iltl In
arraee 12 00
ATsreasWy.l 8 00
6UMth...r, 6 25
ne rear 10 00
lot ,TlOI BOLL Alt WEEKLY HULLKTIN
A PI lflltAl14UW
,ns,t Jwlff-jOberljr has reduced the subscrlp
tiilMifrw of the Wkkklt Cairo Uolletin
ol;tJOe -.Dollar per annum, making It the
jUikteMWpaprputHhed In Southern Illinois
ji i, mint ii i . ,, .
"'"'fiAiu U laboring manfully nl the
iuf werkof gottlng ready fur tlio data fair.
' rjor. Bkvebidoe ha approved the bill
nit raktlng to collection oftaxei and sale of
Teal estate for non-prtjmont of taxel, In
I -.cities incountfei nit under township or-
'- A resolution to tlio effect that tie
late bear the expenses of tlio defendant
in the tulle brought ngalnit tlio Chicago
and Alton railroad, was introduced In ti e
houie and reforrod to tlio judiciary com
mlttoo with Instructions to roporl Imrae
J. O. Clyuoke of Tope county irnlits on
continuing to explain through tbo papers
of hit county that hit mysterious disap
pearance from homo was caused by a spell
of forgetfulnoss. Let Clymoro tako hoart.
Itluitrloui oiatnplos aro not wanting to
prove that forgoftulncss Is sometimes char
acteristic or great minds. Lethlra read at
tentively tho Credit Mobllicr investiga
tion and Its rosult, and he will find him
self in good company and ccaso to apulo
glxe for a llttlo transaction which shows
that his feUow-citizons overlooked Qrtt-rato
material for a vice prosldent.
Jones, a inomborof tbo Illinois house,
objects to Mr. Casey's bill to build a sol
diers' moument in tho comotory at Mound
City. Jones says tho bill is intondoil to
build a monumont at a special locality,
and is not intendod to servo tho gonoral
good of tho state. Jones is
a largo hearted patriot. For
Jones' sako tho state ought to build a
monument at "a general locality," and so
big that it cuuld bo seen all over Illinois,
iiut as this is impossible, n nlco littlo
monument in Jones' special locality, for
him to feast lilt eyes on, might induca lilin
to withnraw his objections to tbu Mound
CHE ALL IMPORTANT QUESTION.
Tho whole subject of railroad mid mil-
road monopolies is ono of the most Im
portant, If not tho most Important, now
beforo tho poople. It is ono which cannot
bo allowed to remain in ntinance, for
every day of continued power In the
Lands of tho monopolists, is a day in
which thn burdens of tlio poople aro mul
tiplicd and their chances to free them
selves from oppression grow less. The
contest between the railroads and tho peo
plo In our own state is not n drawn battle.
The lato decision of the supreme court In
the McLean county caso has encouraged
tho railroads to push the advantago gained
by them and make tho moit of it while H
stands. Tbe suits commenced in u
United Slate. circuit court
against tho parties who refuted
to pay more than tho legal
faro on the Chicago and Alton rnnd, show
what the people have to expect from theso
corporations whoro thoy huvo tbo upper
hand. Moanwhllc, tho general assembly
Is legislating slowly on the evils which Af
flict tbo poople. Tbe timo of tbo session
grows short, but it is tho Imperative duty
of our lair-makers, and tho stato oxpocts
it of thorn, to tako some tneasuros to re
strict tbo poiver of tho railroads to op
press tbe people, as speedily m potsiblo.
The discussion of unimportant matters, or
of those relating to particular localities,
should bo dolayed, and delayed indcuV
nitely, If need bo, to give place to oarnost
and well considered action an ono in which
tbe peoplo of tbo stato from Cairo to Du
lutb, aro alike interested.
Mrs. Charles Attor Drilled and Miss
Brlsted sail for Europe on the 19th of
Mrs. Lauder, tho distinguished Amer
ican actress, is spending the wlntor in
Hiram Fuller is ugain at tbe surface.
He is now forming in London an Amor!.
can club, of which ladles may boeome
Messrs. "William Bowles, fitetson,
Keith and Sullivan, the minor members
.of the flrra of Bowles Rrotbors, sTro living
"quietly at Ban Sebastian.
The Prince of Llchtcnstoin wants to
give refuge in his Principality to tho
Jesuits and nuns driven from Germany,
but ibo Landtag won't sanction bla de
sire. Edmund Yates, tbe popular author,
Is the gueit of Mr. Franklin PMllii, in
"Washington City, Mr, Yatns returns to
England by tho Calabria on tho 12th of
The "Washington 'Chronicle' (Rev.
Mr. Harlan), speaking of York's bribery
atory, says "upon Its fucB it proved Its
author guilty of the most shameless lying
and duplicity for vlrtuu's sake.'' Amen I
The Wilmington (N.O.) 'Star' tells
of a negro woman In that state whole 1)6
years old. Her son was married tbe
other day tit the age of 9s to a youog wo-
mH CAIRO MtLY BULLETIN, SATURDAY", MARCH 8, 1873.
man of C5 summers. It must have boon
sad thing to the mother to soo bor son
tako so important n step at so tender an
Know appears that Colfax was what
Is called Kosbltt's "hired man," in his In.
terlering to obtain for Noshltt nn oxton
tton of nit snntrael for stamped envelopes
without public competition. II thu forty
second ci.ngress hud had a few moro days
to livo what would have) been loft of tho
rcputution of tho great prevaricator ol
THE NORTHERN 1'AOIFIC.
WHAT IS TO BE DONE THIS YEAR.
doleful ditty called "Wo'ro a Band of
IK IMITATION or TBI UOTCIIIHSOH
The originals woro not among us, but
the song and gesticulations with which it
was enhanced wero so irlghtfulij, nbsurd
mat it nau n creal success, .mum.,
our way through tho crowd
and throueh tho lounuera collected
in the red and green drawing room, wo
camo into tho East Room, whoro my first
From the St. Paul Pre!, Feb. SO.
At h general tiiootliigiof tbo boitrd uf di
rectors and officers of tbo Northern Pa
cific alRlroad company, held in Now
Voric during tho present month, It whs
decidod to push forward the work with all
possible speed during tho Available por
tion of tho year 1H7J, and In accordance
with this decision n Uellnito program mo
was arranged which will bo adhored to as
clcsoly as circumstances will norm It.
Immediately following tbo appearance'
oi somen anu lavorauio woatner tlio lino
is to be oponed to Edwlnton, tho present
tormlnal point on tho Missouri river.
This portion of tho work will be com
pleted by tho oponlng of navigation so
that stream, all the mutorlal required hav
ing been placed on tho ground last fall
prior to tbo advent of cold woather. Tbo
enliro lino to tho Missouri was so well ad
vanced last year that comparatively littlo
will bo required to placo it In good run
ning order from the outlets upon Lako
Superior, or tho Mississippi river at St.
Paul, to tho Missouri,
In anticipation of a radical cbaoge in
the dlroctlon taken by tho (ravel and traf
fic from tho Wostorn territories to the
moro populous statos and marts of tho
East, tho company has determined to opo
rato two passenger trains per day to and
from Edwlnton ono being designed ex
clusively for passengers, and tho other an
accommodation, or mixed train. Those
trains will run in connection with a lino
of stoamors, whioli are to mako regular
trips, during tbe season or navigation,
between Edwlnton and Fort Ronton, a
military post situated at or near tho head
of navigation on tbo Missouri river, and
which has horctoforo been considered tbo
point of divorgonco toward tho gold ilulds
of Montana, or tho more secluded, but,
porhaps, not loss profitable tango of tbe
hunter and trappers along tho base of
tho Rocky mountains, or on tho margins
of tbo timbered water-courses,
Tho lino ot steamers will bo divided
into two branches, a small fraction thereof
Oeing Intended to ply tho Missouri, bo-1
twoon Edwinton and Sioux City, thus al- (
loruing regular iacllllles to tho eettlo
in o nts iind military posts on that stream
eituattd bolow its Northern Pacidc cross-
inir. Llx sioaui'irs are to bo nlncod In
tho lino botwoen Edwinton and Fort Bon-
ton, a number considered ample for the
accommodation of travel and freights
either westward or eastward-bound.
Should tho business ol this new thorough,
lure, however, require additional facilities
lor tho rapid and eecuro movement of
commodities, tbo company will supply
them whenever and as rapidly as tbo ne
cessity is indicated.
hen the steamers becin tbeir trips to
Fort Benton, wagon trains will continue
uiid uuuipltlo the connection between tbo
uiiixei.s of Montana and those of Eastern
Aiuunoii, and whilo this portion of tho
routu may weur its primitive feature, it
will nuvertbblMsa answer Its purpose, and
uutniilelu tbu crcaldlroct chain of commun
ication established between tbe northern
cities and tbu rctnoto territories.
Surveys will bo prosocuted west of tbe
Missouri river, until a feasible routo Is
discovured the characteristics of tho
roti ii try unbraced In sonio portions of tbo
tt'..,..t- I... !.-!.. .1 - .
emi ii oiu'uaii'u uui'jg ui a naiurouu
eouraging to uny bono of successful rail
roadint: over tLelr intiicato and broken
surfaces. Special pains will bo taken to
.ecu io a good route, and when this Is dis
covered and tbe lino definitely locatod by
tho engineers, construction will follow Im
mediately, and will bo prosecuted with un
Perhaps the busiest scenes of tho sum
mer on tho Northorn Puclfio road will bo
tound on that portion of tbo line lying be
tween Puget tound ami the base of the
Rocky Mountains, a ditlanco of '280 miles.
Hero will bo concentrated as large a forco
h run bn leathered toirethor advntuirn.
ously, and the company bopos to Iihvo tho
ent'ro slrotcb between tho points named
fully completed and readv for tho move.
mont of trains before tho next wintor
lorcos a temporary suspension of opora
gliuipto was the back viow of a littlo man
oeing violently ebaken bands with,
my turn came my conductor advanc
said a few words of Introduction, Tho
preaident (It was tho president, thotieh
bis board was grayor than In his portraits
and ho bad not a cigar In his mouth, us
in bis caricatures) was pollto enough to
ny mm no kiiow me won uy name, anu
gavo mo bis hand to shako.
HOW TUK PHE8IUF.NT ttllAKES HANDS.
They say that President Lincoln used
to gripe tbo hands of his visitors until
thoy scrcamod for meroy, Uon. Grant's
hand-sbako is of a very dlfleront klndi
Ho places In your's a soft yielding hand;
it may bo tho main de fer rimli le gant tie
taleours, but it Is supplo and delicnto, A
few moro pleasant speeches and my Inter
view is at an onu. Willi it terminated
tho gonoral nudionrc, nnd tho president,
with ono hand in tho hind pocket of his
coat and tho other nn tho small of his
back, was merged In thu crowd
II KT OOODB,
'72. FALL AND WINTER '73
LARGE STOCK. "
UXKTTTOSOr JKAMS, VXTRA,
LAHOE STOCK OF 'UJ'.Ka'ING
II U Entire Ntock
VERY LOW FIGURES.
OORNKB 8m 8T. AND OOMMKBCIAL-AV.,
AN ENGLISH VIEW OF "GREAT"
(Edmund Yates letter to tho Now York Hcr-
T am, jian ii 3.1
In flguro and fuco General Shorldan la
wonderfully like tbo First Napoleon In
bis younger days; but his maunor, unlike
that ol his prototype, is trunk And hearty.
"Sheridan's Hide" this morning has been
Trom Ulilcago. wuonco bo has just arrived.
With him, bright, haudsoma and soldier
like in bearing, Is his chief of stub", Colonel
Forsyth, whom tho red skin warriors
know and fear, and another friond, keen,
bluo-ayod, clcnr-hosdod ex-CoKoctor Tom
Murphy, who in oflico in New York never
allowed airy man to do Ms duty. Tho
boarty geniality of General Sheridan I
And repeated in General Shorman, whom
I next visit, and who, in outward apponr
anco, is much moro liko tho typical
American, as wo picture him to oursolvos.
AilCBICAN VKIUJUS UHITISII OFFICKKS.
Ono thlug that must strike overy En
glishman coming to this country is tho
ease with which men in high position are
Hpproachcd.and tbo courtesy and ufJabilitv
which they display. A civilian attempt
ing to seek an fntervlow with tbo Dukoof
Cambridge, wbo occupied a similar posi
tion with us to that hold by Gen. Sher
man In this country, would probably bo
either sent to u lunatic asylum or be be
headed on Tower bill for high treason. A
geutleman having business at our treasury
would probably never soe unyouo higher
In rank than a socond-class clerk, whoroas
this morning I saw Mr. Boutwell toatod
at his desk und engaged lu an unlmatcd
business conversation, wbilo scores of poo
ple, not even making a protooso of having
any official communication to mako to
him, but wero
MALI AND FEMALE LOAFKRS,
Strolled in their easo througn his apart
ments, glared at him from tbo solas on
which they had Hung themselves in easy
altitudes, and pasted loud criticisms upon
ibo furntturo and great wonderment ut
what thw monogram U, 8. T. D. worked
in the carpet could possibly stand for.
Easy of access, forsootbl What could
lave been tho shock of my pioconceivcd
otons on the subject of dignity when
my com anio nod proceeded to take me
in tho "While liousuand introduce main
th president ? We found tho steps of the
Vh In I 'nun PAtivnrlJ I . n . 1.
enca uf dominoes by being dotted
o'tr 111 a lario number of black
nm, W,io wero swarmini all
b'Ut bucji verv Muck men dioised In
Mlimn L't I. Manv Wrra In whlta
c'i k m, a id looking additionally ludicrous
by iheKravity of tl faces. I was irrss
sistably reminded of a certain norfnrm.
anceoftbe Chrl.tv minstrels, who. whim
.1 a... . - . - ' ' I
iuwy urn tama io Aiouuon, sang a vary J
ItOYAL Mill. HTEAMEItN.
CABRYISO TUB IIRITISII 'MAILS
Steam Scml-Weekly Between
NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL
rasKnRcra booked to London, OlaKOw.
Londonderry, CarCin, Bristol, and France,
Germany, Sweden, "orvav and Denmark
Arid rom the ubove ruraf d places to all the
principal Hallway Stations iu the United
States on Througn tlekots.
An Experlmml Nurgenn la Attached
lo each Sitrnuior.
Tho attention ofiursons wlsliinir in umi
to tho Old Country for their nii-ncW, lu called
to tbo great facilities olfcred br tlil eelo
bratcd Line of Ocean Sleamsliiii". wliieh linn
been In suceexnlul oncratlnn i.lnen Ih'.i nmi
numbers In Its fleet1 Mime oi tho largcxt, ns
well as tho-lastcsthtcamers nlloat.
r.c. duown ocn'i 't Ars,
80S, Market St., Chlcag).
SAFFORD, MORRIS & OANDEE
LOCAI. AQEKTN, CAinst.
Liverjiool New-Tork abd Philadelphia.
CKDIl OOltaAOT Wltn IH1TID Itilll AMD lHITItli
For Carrjing the Mslls
FOR PA8SAQE TICKETS
Oa TCaTHl INrOBMtTIOII
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aqt
IS Broaiiway, New-York, or to
WMblnston ATnoa Cairo, IIIIdoii.
FOR 8ALE.1 Eargajtf you SALE
S-OR SALE. J KISS I FOR SALE
Faro from LivsnrnoL,
Faro from Lokdcndkkkt
Faro from Glahoow,
Faro from Qckkn6Town
TO CAIRO, ii!::;, $4$ 'if1
SafTord, Motil. A CanJec Agents,
GREEN & QILRERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
ConniNMIISN AND "JHWAHM1N6.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
If Kit II AW TH.
DEALERS IN FJ-OUR ;
And Agent ot
IniO MVBR AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levee,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Racecsson to E. B. Urndriaca iCo.)
Forwarding and ConliHission
fmrtSz Jilwral AitTanrmiila madA aCSaaf1
a- 0on CoDalnmenU. tV
Are prfinr.J to rroelTn, atora anil forward
freuhlr In all point and tmjr and
aU oa commlnKin,
rilnlneii nitpode-l to rmmptlT;
S. I). Aykkb.
G. J. Aye us
CENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Onto LevaE, Cairo, Ills.
li. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DEALER IV
AND MILL FEED.
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SOxV,
tBuccosors to John U. Hillli.,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &'c,
Cor. TENTB-ST. asd OHIO LEVI
Railroad Advertiso mont.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL 11 R
IS Mils tk Ntsnrtswt Hon to
Khx Hlleaj(iaalsofUas. nuu..
TO ST. LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF OARS
ritoM OAinu to
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OAno
OM OAIKU TO
Cincinnati. i. Ilanaimlla. r.l.n
Octrnlt, Cle.fUnd, Mmara Fall.
iiiiiiiio, riiiaiiUiff, W4nina;tnn
Hftltltnnre, Phlla-lflphla, New York,
Doston nod all points eat.
Mllwaukle, JaDMrllltt, Stxllran,
LaCrome, St. Paul and all poiota north.
This Is also the only direct rule to
flARfttur, nioomlngton, Kpnngeld,
Pforla, oulney," ' Keokuk,
nurlinclna, Kock talind, La tulle.
Mcndota, IHlon, Krcfport,
Ualena, Dubuque, Hloui ullr.
Omaha and all point northweat.
Elegant Drawing Room Slooplng Ga"
on nn iiigni i rains.
DIKK Checked to til Important points.
For tickets and informalmn, apply to I. O, lt.lt
depot . airo) on board In transit steamer lie
twee Colnmtiua end Cairo, and at tno prlncln-i
rallrna I ticket offices throughout the south.
. W, P. JOIIN-ON, On'l Paaa. An'l, ChlcifO.
A. HiroasLt, Oen'l Hup't. KhlcaKO.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't Cairo.
FIRE AND MARINE
. 8:00 "
. . a
. B.lT "
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1872
trains win run at loiiowi
Taiits ooiks sotrrasisT.
Leare Virilnia- :40 a. in
Hprlnsdeld- :0 '
,' TajlorTille 10 8
Arrlre at l'na. 11.40
Tnims ooina noirnwtT.
I.este Pane a. m JS.3S a, ra
" Talortlll 4.40 " 4 8
Arrive at t)prinKtleld...e.n " ,........ 00
Leaf Bpnnsfleld. 6.5 . lo
ArriTeal Vlfginia 8.5 11 ....8.15 "
SOUTH XB2C DIVISION.
TKAiire oniaa aecTiuar,
Leare Edirwood 5.30 a.m.- ...10.10 p.rr
", Klora..... B,5 ...11.40 '
Arrive al Khawneef'i .Si " 6 IS
H UN CItOKN NTHEET,
CARMI, - ILLINOIS.
Good stalillnir connected with the linmn.
nml tainnli; room Tor commercial travelers
Free omnibus to and Irom all train.
2-5 Cmd. J. M. DAMRON. Proprietor.
On Coinuicrelal avenue, between Ttveilt
and Thirteenth streets.
GUESTS WILL FIND GOOD ROOMS AND
WE VEItV BEST OF BEDS
.AO? THIS HOUSE:
Transient Patronage Solicited.
Mu. Ellen McCAitrav, I'ropr.
GEO. P. FAT. Proprietor.
AVatch kent (lav nml nlt-liI Tnr Imiii .nH
TERMS TWO DOLLARS rER DAY.
Ohio Levee, corner of Sixth Urcct,
2-1 tf. CAIRO, ILLS
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Northeast Corner Public Square,
TIiIn Iiouhc lina
uruUhod uuwlv lliroiiulinnt it 1.
cut to tho Limine houses and tho court-
iiuuu. uoou Miiiiiiio rooms.
WINKSS AMD l,l(tUSJR.
R. SMYTH A CO.,
William II Oillier
STHpeoia. attention glran to Adiuli.li .a
OFTIOK OHIO LITIt, BOOMS 7 Afrn A o-"
CITT NATIONAL HANK.
David T. Ltnegir. John. M. I.aiibdcn.
LINEGAR & LANSDEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Offlceou Seventh street, Winter's bloek
old oflico of Llnegar, Uuua & Pope, 2-2Mw
MiLLEU & l'AHKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
. Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAniO. ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTENUOUSE & RRO,
on oral Commission Merchants
183 OHIO LEVER,
z. I). MATiiuea.,
x. o ,uui
MATEUSS & UHL,
Com mis sionMe r chants
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
A4 Off IO i WEE.
Also, keep constantly on hand a most com
plete atoclc of
SOOTCH AMD IBian WniBKIEl
-O I N 8,
Port, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba "Wln
RBUTTII A CO. aelTexoltialTelr for eaah. sn
. which fact ther inrlte tbe eapeelal alien.
linn ai n n.A .. . i
MIAOABA, H. T.,
M..........M ,,,, .91,436,116
OCRMAX1A, H. T.,
"l" ..........T2 tttt on
KKPonne, n. r.,
S" T14.V3A Oil
ConirlluK tht Unierjrlters'At,enny,
TONKKna, M. T..
firrurn's fund, a. r.,
BBCOBITT, K. Y. M ARINR,
Htores, Dwelling, Furniture, llutla and Cor
Rie, Insured at rate a fatormhle an aound, per
manenl tecnrltr will xrranL.
I reapeotrullf aak ot Uie cltisennol Ca.
r patron age.
. W. lirOIIBN,
W. II. Moms.
fl. II. Cands
No. Pub. jpd tt. H. Com
F1RK, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
OIlTU AMERICA. PA.,
" ..U,7ss,eoo oo
PUOCMX, HARTFOBD, '
INTERNATIONAL. N. T.,
" .1,S4J,SJS 1
,. IA16.673 66
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE.
A"l, 130 ono nm ii,
TRAVELERS', HARTFORO. LIFE AND
Afaels.....,.M ai.Mo run v
RAILWAY PAHSENOEUU A HUKANCE
A'neia . ....... .....191O.801 U
SAFFORD, MORRIS &CANDEE,
71 (Slsla. I rtN,
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCK
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
CK.vr'L.OrricR, 172 WasiiinotonSt,
This German Life Insurance Comnsnv
guarantees not only I'ald up 1'olicics but
niio a vaiuo in uaaii
on Uie Non-forfelturo
r, mw a ti tt n it
JOHN W, PRUESS,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
F. M. STOOKFLETII,
seooaaaos roau a atocanETB "
steeisrjreir atnd witoleulo iseale In
nrciajn and ueraeslle
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Ohio Lxvn,
aS,fP?a hand oonstamlr full atocko
Old Kentuok Itourhon, lire and Mononla
. Whlsklee, Freneh Brandlea, Hcl b
m. nn., ..mniirniB wmea
WM. QLENN & SON'S
HEAD qUAIlTF.HS FOIl GROCERIES
COFFEE. Rln, Lsguayra, Jara, Mocha.
SUGAR, N, O., Hard & Soft Refined,
STRUFS. Now Orleans and Eastern.
WE MAKE SPECIALITIES OF
79 71 Was St. ClKtlHA'A TI
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WINES AND LIQUORS
Coiunicrnlnl Ave., Cor. 14th St.
Always on hand a supply of Scotch Ale
Km,P!t ,..ortur- Rromen Acer, chartreuse
A mlHctt, Marascclno auU ller.nesiy llrano,
W AU Al AiN U KAOTUlk V
For Sulo at "WholcsaJe or Retail.
COHNEB 32D-HTUEET AND OHIO L1V
norUtt j. p.ajAUM.K
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for nromotlni? Life Iniuranpc
and Hick ltcllef by weekly dues and mutual
co-opcratlon In object o! public benefit.
The LI e Insurance Policies will bo iwtueil
uy mo icuionia Lire insurance Company,
H. MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. PRUESS, Ao't.
SA.Ur rortfelroiassd Tltilsslly.
BEAI. EMTATE AQENC1.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (aiOOND IXO0R) OHIO L1TIE,
But amd Sell Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
And peetra ConTejanoea ofKinds!
Our Homo Advortfaor.
SELLING OFF AT COST
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Swander, Intending t remove
to Kentucky, denlres to dlxposc of her lariro
ami elegant stock of
Immediately. In Order to facllllUto the sale
ot herKoods, Mrs, Jacknon liu determined
to oirer the
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
Anil Invites the ladles ol Cairo and vlr' Y.ty
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
rnro oi?r.nHJS l,ccItthe ladles have
ir. i, u i i . li? t0 Purchnso now and lh
L SK," '," V0,t Price. The oo
con.l.ts of hat ribbons, flower., i n.ui
inuies underwear, etc.. etc. lWotl
John q. Hannan. Chas. Thrupp
JOHN Q. HARM AN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
NortbCor.etls ait, and Ohio Lotus.
Abstracts of Title, Convevanclncmmtn .
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATIST FALL AKD WINTER BTTLRS.
Meamaealult Use of
BOItTaSTETS Ac HATS
ITnmmed an.l untnmmed,)
KliCNOU FLWER3. RlUHoNi, TRIMMINUS
of all kinds, Laeee, eta., eto.
NECK JUAM. UNDEaMLEEVEH,
KuFFB, HAHHB3, FAN8, '
And all other artiolee uaually lonnd In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORK
Mrs. McOoe. in addition to ber stock ot
aney and Millinery Goods, baa a tlnaonc and
'TV -incinnall custom
made Ladies' and Misses' Shoes and Chll
drens' .Roots, HIack and in Colors. These
areacknowledgcd to be the finest and best
ever In the market, and this Is the only
Ihn at,. -l ai..M . s '
sfcj inn. uiSKC LIICIII a rvCHIIJ
JsT NICHOLAS j
BILL LI AKD HALL
HARRY WALKER Prop'r.
This bouse la newly fitted up with two
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
with tho bes
are compounded In the most approved style
13" Come and see lor yourself. Jk
S 5 tf
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NEW YORK STOxtE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROX6T TARIITT 6T00E IK THE OITT
GOODS SOLD VERYOLOSS.
Corner f "etfaitls atrMtssss Vrnf
No. 104 Couukkcial Avenue,
Frrnpli. RnntYli nnd Ainorican casslrneio
of all colors, and beaver and broad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON nAND,
And made up In tho
And at the lowest price. Afl"" ?"l"d.f,,?i
clang work gunninteed. 8atlf actio in all to
Out Lirn Caxm, III.