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THE DAJKO DAILY BULLETIN, SUM DAY, JANUAKY 11, 1S74.
U aiitUwosJ. i'. J. TbislowasJ
TEISTLKWOOD & CO.,
FLOUR, COflN, OATS, HAY, ETC
No.TS OHIO 1.KVKK.
UMilal Paper of theCltr saurt .'""
lOUNU.&WtKliT, JCdltor and fubllrtw
TKUMM OKTHK IjTlLV 1JUI.I.ICTIN
one wee, by oarrUr 25
One year by carrier, Id advance 10 CO
Out year by aarrter II not pld 1"
druce " w
Una month, by mall 1 J
1'kree months J 00
It months " 29
TIRMS or WKKKLY UCM.KTf.if.
Oae Year t 00
Six Months J1!
Three Months 0
Invariably In advance.
ratafias nailer on s-Tery pas.
Tnt gonera! assembly is about to instl"
v.niiuiiation Into tho aUalnof the
Slato penitentiary, regarding the treat
ment of ,prlionort. Tho recent death of
tbo convict "Williams, whllo undergoing
the punishment of tho bilb, li the cauio
ot tho propotod Investigation. If it shall
result in a more humane system of .treat
ment toward the inmatei ot tbo prisons
Willleiua will not have dlod In valo.
Hx-Sivatoii Uaiu.ax, who publishes a
paperJn 'Washington City, makes nn ap.
lal through bis columns to Congress not
to investigate tho charges against certain
public men in regard to the use of .car
riages, horses, etc., paid for out of the
public treasury, on the ground that " in on
of roBnod sensibilities may bo driven out
of the public servlco." This Is good, and
of courso, altogether dlsintorostodin Mr.
Harlan, It is pity, though, that In view
of his own record as a public man, people
will be ill-natured enough to say that ho
"knows how It is himself."
stall be ttlsJ In lb. uZi ot tie roi uiy
clerk " 1 Jo solemnly swear (or uim,
...h,. . m.r t, i tint I will support
the constitution ot' the United Slates, arid
of the Statu of Illinois, and that I will
faithfullv ducbarge the dunes oi hm-
,onot 0f r-oiirity to liiO oesi oi iiij
bSK !l. Tbo county board shall bold
recular sessions for the tfansarlluu ol
county business on tho lint Mondays of
Dcteuibei. .March. Juno nnd Hepteiaber,
tml the second .Monday nf duly of each
year, and at such other times a may be
provided by law, and way hold special
sessions on the call ol the chairman or
any two members of said board, when tho
business of tho county requires it.
SSkc. At the first wotting of th
board after tho passago of this net the
commissioners shall elect ono of their
number as chairman, who shall preside at
their sessions, and perform such dullis as
aro nr may bo proscribed by law, or by
the order of said board j and raid chair
man shall hold the politlon until the first
Monday In Deeemter next loiiowmg, at
itma. Kn,l annual! v thereafter, on
thnt day, a chairman shall bo chosen by
Mef.fi.-A tnalorltv of said board shall
constlluti a quorum "tb do business, and in
the absence of the chairman, a chairman
pro tern may be appointed.
Oil o. BUCii uoaru iuu iu
supervldon of all highways, roads and
bridges In tho county, including statu
Hr.c. 7. Thecbalruian or any member of
the board of county commissioners may
administer oaths to any persons concern
ing any rnattor connected with tho powers
nr .Iniiaa ol' said hoard. .
Soc. 8. The aald county commissioners
at thoir first meeting after the going into
ctloctofthis act iwbere tne question naa
not alroady been settled as to who shall
serve the long, middlo and short term)
shall procoed to determine the quostion in
the manner following: The cleric of the
county court shall propare three ballots,
upon ono of thorn shall bo written tho
Words '-one year," upon another of said
ballots tho word "two years," and upon
tho third tbo words "three yean," and
tbo said commissioners shall then draw,
undor tbo dlroctlcii of the clork, and tho
words upon tbo ballot so drawn shall fix
the length of tho term that suoh commis
sioner shall hold his olllce. In counties
where tho said count commissioners have
already settled the question by lot, as pro
vldod In soctlon ! of artlclo 10 of tho con
titutlon, nothing herein contained shall
bo construod to invalldato such action.
Soc. 0 dochres that nn emergency i-s-Ists
which requires the law to take effect
immediately upon its passago.
evening, Thompson I)o, Nsv. OtUanij
Dredgotioat Ootevla, baio; Arlington,
Cincinnati; Nashville, Mule Ktfek
(iminnau, January lu.l'.ir
feet hJfrltuK Arrived Indian Kut1
hi it.....;. r ' i. iij
Reported tXpreSSly for the Blllletlll. I pHrtyJ-lloi, Franklin, .MempM.; John
! ivnjjournow linearis.
I Nashville, Jauiutv 10. Kiver still
rliliik' with :10 foot mi ahoal. Wta hoi
dour find pleasant. Arrived J N I'hil"
lips, MuithlanUi U It Cook, 1'hOUChl,
iiHura ivu, fit i.ouis. Uepariu Miiip
I'l oiii Unshliiglt ii.
WiniNoios', .lanuary 10. In the its
slim ot the house to-day, Duller of
Ten it , in the chair, it wa given up en
tirely to speochnt by Arthur on Louisi
ana, allalrsj Field, on Kiuanco and Cur
roncyj Vauce, nu Civil Ulghls; White
head, on Tobacco Tiw, Mfllrick atlil Kelly
cu Money or the United Htates; I'uiu and
Oirslund, on Civil Klghti.
The proddent hat nppolnted Kdward K
Geary ai.d fr'lephen P l.o of Oregon, and
Oeo. U llurlburt of Illinois, eomtnli-Ion-ers
to eiainlno tho Northern Vauific rail
road, from noar Tenlui to Treotim, Wash
was congratulated by u largo number of
friends this morning, on his nomination
as Chief Justice Tbo General ?M ho
had no intimation of the Vrcsldents Inten
tion until his namowss sent to the Senate.
Ho was retlcent of the nihject of tho con
firmation, but wan ussiiroil ot It by sev
eral prominent uontleinon who called.
The government or Italy has notified
our government that tte odltt of
Cardinal l'acla has forbidden under sovero
penallles tbo fipottat'.on of works ol art
Irani Home, wiiuoui mo poriuisiuu ui mu
An aiiunilnn of the tosUl servlco is or
dered on the Chicago and Northwestern
railway, from Klroy to Winona junction,
From Wilmington, N. C.
hT I' AM:1!! 1 1' SIIKItMAK.
Wiimikoto.v, January 10. The steam
ship Sherman I rum New York lu Now
Orleans, sprung a leak on the Rth Inst , at
p.m., and sunk. yesterday in ton fathoms
wator 12 miles south of hlttle river. Tho
captain, crow, all the passongcu1. and con
slnerable of tho baggago and caro were
saved Tho vessel was owned bv Freder
ick Ual:tr of Now York.
- - - -From
IIanana, January lu. Tho briir Mir
garot, Capt. Illakonry, from New Orleans,
Hrrlved here this morning. Tho captain
rcporlt that tho brig was baorded last
night by the ofliuer of a .Spanish gun
boat, ten miles from Morn, and he was
requested to show the vessel's papers. The
commander of tho unbost also wanted
tho brig's hatches raised, but Cupltin
lllakenry refused and tbo guntoHt left,
Own. f' noinnai: II II Cook. 1'a.lu-
hoi ir, January hi.
At last Attorney-Uonoral Williams
Las withdrawn front tho contost for tho
chief justiceship, givi ng as reasons that
his ability bad been disparaged and his
integrity questioned, croating a public
opinion adverse to bis appointmont,which j
might embarrass President Grant's ad
ministration and impair his own useful
ness upon the bench. Mr. Williams may
assure himself of this; although the peo
ple could not agree with President Grant
that bis nominee for tho chief justiceship
was a fitting one, they will heartily coin
cide with the nominee's reasons for tak
ing himself out of tho way. Tho with
drawal averts a clash botwoen tho Presi
dent and the Senate, and Williams retains
bis place in the cabinet, which ho could
not have consistently done had tho sen
ate returned a largo Toto against him.
Thk Jackson County 'Sra,' when It ac
cused us of not "toting fair" with Mr,
Clements, bad not porbaps read tbo cont
inents of oldor and taoro influential rndi
cil journals than itsolf. Tho Cincinnati
'Gazette' informs tho members of Con
gress who voted for the six thousand dol
lars per tnnura bill, tbut tho peoplo made
a demand for the unconditional repeal of
the salary bill, there being uo compromise
that will satisfy public opinlcn,and for the
benefit of such members as Mr. Clomentsi
Members voted for tho Uutler-llur.but
SO.OOO compromise who favored repoal, on
the ground that It was tho best they could
get. This is a dangerous excuse. It will
avail nothing wim tne peoplo. unit
should bo understood by members who
voted tor tho offensive measure In tho
first place in order to save the appropria
tion bill. The only safe way In this case
is to stand up squarely for repoal, and vote
against every compromise.
ACTION OK THE GHNKKAJ, AS
SEMBLY ON TUE COUNTY COM
Tbo, uncertainty which has oxlstod In
regard to 'the tatut and duties of the
boards of county commissioners elected in
November last, in counties not under
township organization, is about to he end
J by the immediate action of tho legisla
ture. Understanding the necessity of such
action, a nesting of senators and represen
tatives from counties of tho class named
above, was held in Springfield, on Thurs
day, in representative hall. John If.
Oborly, of Alexander county, was callod
to the chair,
He stated tho object of tho meeting, and
remarked that ono of the revised statutes,
as reported from tbe committee on revi
sion, would, if passed, provide for tho case,
speclaJ'Correspomlcncc of the Hulletln.
Lookout Mountain, Nkak 1
CJATrANOOOA, Ten., Jan. o, 1S7-J.
Mr. Oiixulv, Dkak mii: After pass
ing through tho moit bc.utlful valleys,
traversod by the Nashville aiid Chattanoo
ga railroad, we dud ourselves in the
Interesting city of Chattanooga, noting
in tho protecting arm of tho hills and
mountains that nn this part of tho
The inhabitants havu a refreshing stir
about them la strong contrus'. with tho
sloopy stare that constantly meets you in
Nashville and many of tur Southern
Chattanooga Is a great railroad center
anil noisy with its Iron manufactures, na
llvo coal and Iron being abundant.
PJeiuiiru seekers, however do nut stop
long in tho city, interesting as it i, fur
overshadowing it in tbe southwest, looms
the wonderful and historical Lookout
mountain, towering in its granduc'r two
thousand foot Into. th very, heart nf the
clouds; oven tho inhabitants find in it a
constant wonder nnd tin black dnvor that
carries you safely over the tortuous rcoky
road to It summit, keeps an pye open to
the froaka of nature thnt startle thi pair
Arrived at tho top wo aro domtoilod
during our stay, under the hospitable
root of Mr. Goo. S. l'.ublu. A more jolly
host and brav soldier you can never rind;
and mine hostess may lliu Ljrd make
many like her Is one whose heart it big
onougb to mother tho world.
Up her a wo tin d farms and hotels for
summer retorts, a college that vtus, a
blacksmith shop, etc. The point com
mands our first interest. Standing there
on tho imnjotue rocks that have wllhitood
time, bnttlei and storms, you real! that
you aro ou famous footing where ooco
was planted tho artillery of conflicting ur
mios now the earthly puradlAo of a pho
tographor, who, as ho siys, mekns ictims
and daily bread of Lookout travelers.
In tho bird's-eye view bulow, lln thu 1
city, half circled by the Tennessee river,
and away In tlm dim iiiWico raui(u tlm
mountains of Virginia, North arid South
Carolina, Georgia and Alabama.
Over tho summit, which averages three
miles in width, aro cattered tho ruins of
both Federal and Confederate fortllica-
tions tbo tumbling chimneys of winter
barracka tlaud a victum to our Imagi
nation of tho deserted vllUv.
Speaking of winter remind me that wo
have but little winter here. To-day, the
ith of January, tho sun is almost warm
enough to be unpleasant, and everywhere
From New Orleans
Nkw Oiu.kan, January 10. The Mc
F.ruv leiridaturo to-day adopted a resolu
tion authorizing all members who may
seo tit to do so to absent themselves until
such time us the legislature. bf.ll not be
provented by federal authority from pro
ceeding with its legttimato buiine:;.
- - 4. -
Cuicaoo, January 10. This forenuun,
In the supreme court, th't Cincinnati, San-
duskv and Cleveland railroad company
petitioned for an attachment again't the
property of Hush K. Sloan of Sandusky,
un a claim of $50,000 for monies received
by him when acting as agent for the com-
London, January 1U. ilenry V.
Genet, the fugitive trom Now York, was
snen in Belfast, Ireland, yesterday. Uo
was not arrested as the offense for which
ho was convicted deos not como under the
Lijl'Isvili.k, January 10. A cotortd
woman, uamod Ann Hay, dropped doad
wliilb under unreitraluable religious ex
cltemunt at n prvyor meeting jn Bowling
Ureen, n day or two ago.
From Little Itock.
Ltrn.r. Hons, January lu. W. U
Trotter of Drew couuly, a member of the
legislature, fell from a wagon on Wedns
dav. which run over nnd inatantly ktllod
Alhany. January 10. John W. Clapt
of the Una of Clupp t: Co., ol Salem
committed suicldo there, to-day. on tho
gravu of his fathur.
.MAfiniu. January 10, An lnserirents
insurrection broke out on the allonioon of
Thursday last, and baricades wore erected
in tbo suburbs. Fort Montioa lu tho
south li-.s oponed on the city.
uiid full i itia i:it.s
For"! hours ending iJp.tu.,J.iii. 10, IsTI
. low l
b'iatioN. water., Itlne. Full
ui. livi .r, U.IIUHI I - .-.. fcv.
Delhi Memphis, Memphis; Ctv of Alton,
Now Orleans; Atlantic, Oairo. Do.
parted Johnson, Keokuk; W .1 Lewis,
Memphis; Fannie Lewis, Shreveport;
Molllo Moore, New Orleans. Kiver sta
tionary. Weather cloudy auJ damp.
Ilalucd last night.
Lm-IKVILLK, January 10 Kiver rlsini;
I Inch n n hour, marks at 0 p.m., howod
10 fe!t uver the falls and I'eot In
the csiial. Arrlvedv Thomas Sherlock,
Now Orleans. Packet departed Thos.
Sherlock, Cincinnati. Weather very
moderate and tho snow is disappearing
rapidly. Huslncis better than any day
Kv.insvii i k, January 10. Weather
chiefly clear, murcury !!T to -li. Kiver
risen 'ti feet. Down Charmer, !) p.m;
Fuvottc. It it. in: Andy llaum, 11:30;
Grey Kmle, "J p.m.; Hed Cloud. 4., Up
Sam J. Halo and barges, "midnight; Idle
wild, 'i a m,; George Hoberts and Mary
Aiucnt. 9, Cliarnier, Id; Pat Kognrs, 11 Mi),
generally with modprate trips. liuiinoss
tiiw ()iu.ka.n. January 10' Sugar
fair demand, good qualltos liruier, lair to
fully fair ClfeSc; prime to choico 8l(5,tia
Molasses, lair demand, commuu -Wt.Wio;
centrifugal ;iu(.)ioc; cistern bottom
05c; fair 50(o!5ic; pilmo COfil'.'c; others
Si. Loi'U, January 10. Flour inactive
and unchanged. Wheat, spring iu bulk
domanJ lusher, No 'J, 1 -.M(ml 'J.r; soft
I 2tu:l 'JA. Corn slow and easier, No 'J
mixed f0(5,i7c. Outs Inactive, closed
lower, No i mixed 43(a. title. Ilarley
quiet and uneliangeil. llye In better dc
ruand and nrmer. no z, busc.
Mkmi'IUx, January 10 Flour iiuiet
Corn meal quiet and unchanged. Corn
scarce and firm at ?274c. Oa'.hoJ scarce
an i firm at abs. llran .0 in store, llay
UOijiS; cood to choice wuti aked
Lard tlrm it 01I01c, Cotton quiet und
stoady, o'.l'erings gcxAl; good to ordinary
ISK'Hc; lor middling l&Oi.iO'c; mid
dling lfijc; strict 16(c. Keceipta '.'.UTu.
CutUAUO, January 10. Flour firm
Wheat fair demand, closing quiet, No 1
spring 1 -ol; No 'i, 1 tUJcash or January;
1 27 le'iruary; .;, I ioj. uorn steady
Ho 2 mixed bSjjc cash or .lanuary, otljc
February, Outs ti'in, No lc cash; -l-c
robruary. nyo steady, o .yjbuc,
uarley stoaay,ao z nil i s; rio a,i i(a;
1 '2'i. Provisions demand active nnd ad
vanced; pork 1 1 00 snot, II 85 February,
lo lij JlHrcu. l.ard demand uvtlYo and
blcher 0c spot, ale February. Bulk
meats good demand; shoulders u;c; short
ribs 7JM ijc spot so Jiarcii. ureen meats
quiet, .shouldcr.s fjje.
New Yokk, January 10. Flour quiet
and firm, superfine t 1 (.'(") 6U; common
to good 7 007 'JO; good to choice i 05
7 bO: white wheat extra 7 80(" a JO,
Whisky llrm arid active 1 00. Wheat
quiet and unchanged, ityu quiot and
Urm, western l Uif.oi w. unriey carco
and advanced. Oats linn, western mixed
7-IGLujt-; white t.5.Q,0QJc. C'oaeo very
llrm. Molasses llrm. Sugar firm. Pork
weak; now 1G SOfHilu' 7f; unlunpecteil
1C 'M: primo extra IS &0 ; prima mess
15 o0: unw mots March li "Jo. fleef
moderately active; plain messb ToCTjll 00;
extra 11 60(13 00. Cut meat? quiet; dry
salt (liouldeM OIM:c: middles weak
long clear 8ic; 6bort cl-ar fSJc; long
and short clear January 8Jc; February 8jc
l.ard steady; psimo steam 7jc January:
tljc rebruary; Ujo March.
Dry Goods 1
Thf liirg slouk of ologanL
Iry jvnods with wliinh liiirgCM
fillml his now slow-room n
iw weelcs ago, havt Uimmi
ncavlv all sold, tho nooph'
lit't'ii unable to resist
at the unproeede.nt.
prices for which
T'7 YyS' IT E K li E R
"T-is wa iff ; m
HUU, hettVreu Waitillllou
i ouiUiricUl atuiif ,
A lire aupply of lMllsburK uul lll
Mu.ldjr coal tonsUutly on' baud,. Si-ve
wood sawed tj order, Ordera lor ceal or
wood sLolild be left at the office on Tenth
Isreet. i'eiu.a, uaih Ob dsllvrry.
with a still finer and more
now filling their place?
Llfslkuitt aw Vit fl.ll..l.l.i,i.
caiitiful assorlmonl of goods
ibsolutely the cheapest and
iCnt stoeh in the city. The
finest cash meres, satins, em
press clot lis; alapacas, mo
hairs, etc., etc., are otVered
:it the very lowest prices,
liurger's shawls eclipse any
now sola in vaini, liolli lor
beauty and cheapness : and
his fur."', nubias, scarfs etc.,
are also cheaper than the
cheapest. He has a full line
of liid ''loves in all colors,
kid gauntlets, and children's
woolen cloves in everv style i
A large lot of merino under-;
wear lor ladies and children
ir being sold at fabulously
low prices, and a large lot
of table linen, napkins, tow
els, sheeting, muslins, etc.,
etc. In short, if anybody
wants any ttnng, at any price,
in the line of dry goods, or
notions of any sort, he or
she will be certcin to find it
at Ihtrger'n and jut as cer
tain to be suited iu price as
well as kind or (jiudity.
tfOK PA83A04-; TIOKKTr?
ua rvhtasa waaiiK.
APPLY TO JOHN O A H
ISUrua.loaf .bit, r !
WAKI) & IIOUHUTH,
OltAl.kHB t!i WlNlloW duii.ts,
Wall Pai-KH, 1'ukx Witirs
I.aaii, l.i.soxm. On
M-IHITt 'l'UHPKN'l IN a, O I.U r
Siial.l.AC, Aloiiuul, bic'., Kir.
J.4 CoUinielt lal avnnue.
I I.I. IN HI
Hox ANli 15ASK KT Co.
Tho only reliable (lift Distribution in the
IS 'A lsUABIsH GlKT.il
To he ili'lrilmU'd In
L. D. SINE'S
li.'.rn kliiu i.ah MONiiu.r
To he ilmwu Monday,' Ftbltir.ry 'Jld, Is. I
TWO UKANI) CAPITAL'S OF
Twi Prizes tl.f'OO each in Oreenbaoks
I'ive I'ri7e' .'jtio ciuh In (Iraenbui ks
Ten Prizes 100 oach in (Ireenbacka1
1 IIiiIm; iiml lliiguy. with MUei-molinti'd
lint li.'--, worth vuio.
1 line-tone. 1 Ko-cwueil Plains, WOllli ."'''
In Family M,wing .M.-nhliifS, m,HIi JIO.1
l'l (lohl wuulic :nul elialu-, wullh Vl
FixiiUold Ameilruu biinlioii wilt ho, worth
'I'm l.ndleh Ouhl Hunting uorlh s)IC0 fur L '
'.'oOO Oold ami Silver Leertluiitlng watches
(lu all,) wot tli from lid to $.'UXl each,
liold i IhIii, .illvir-ware. Jewelry, etc., et.'
'L"IIKK Uf Oinrt ,,Ui, 'I'lCKKIrt I.IM
KIKIi 10 Tfi.OOU.
AOK.NTS WANTKI) To SKI.L Tl 'KK'I's,
whom llb-ral preiiilduis will be paid.
MMii.st Tici.ki SI; six Ti'Ki- .
Tvni.vu Tickktjs 6M' Tu.in.nu
Tll'KK'l H Of).
I'lroiiur!. coiilaliiliiK a nils li.tof prize,
u le-i;rtitlon ul the tnaiiniT of draw Ug. and
other Infoniiittlon In refertence lb the ills,
trlbiitioii, will be ent to any 01m ordulr. '
wii'in. .mi iciierv miin in- auurf r-eu iu
4'OJf MIJSNSO.M nKKSJUANTN.
NKW YORK STOitli,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
AND UKAl.tK IN
FP ESJi MKAT,
iliiiirii druBKT, Bsii'wkbh Wabuiutua
AKI) COMUIUC'JAL AVKNUKS,
itljululssar Hl'SessIsouse aoil Unuof
Kt.jj thu Lt.or Uenl, Vut'i, Muttoo Vul
Limb, SuB,itc,, ilJus praparad to aarri
Icismdk In that meat aoceDtabU cnanimr.
(.'ITT NAI10N.U, HANK llUIKIUKU,
i3T.S.icIl attention j.nlil to oi.liiis tlont
taitinhoittrt, nl i; lit or day.
But, as this statute contains matlora not
connected with this subject, it is possible wo find laurols and i;reen vines and t;rass
that soma time may be lost in securing Its us frosh as iu the sprint: time. An hour
passaga, and as this Is a desparate case, ho
recommended that a committee should be
appointed to frame an emergency act which
would affect this matUr only, and which
could bo passed without delay,
ue (uKKveiioa su approved, and a
motion carrlod to that etl'ett.
The' chair appointed a coumilte ot live,
coailstloi;of Senators Drown, of Morgan,
and Parrall, of llardin, and rcpresonta
tlves Lootnis, of Oallatln, Morrison of
Clarion, and llllo of Madison,
Tbe committee lost no thao iu preparing
the LIU, which was introduced in the
House on Friday by tb member from
Alexander, and referred to the committee
on county and township organlzttlon
The Uxt of tbe bill Is as follows t
it it soacUd, tto , That tho board of
couutv commUsloners elected in pur
suaucu of the provisions of soctlon six
uLAiliclo Un of tbe constitution shall to
Ibljucoetiors of the county courts in rela
tlon to all matters concerning county af
fairs, and tho county board are hereby
autkorlxed and empowered to do any act
in Vclsrenoe to county government and
county business that the county courts
liava Leretoforo done In pursuance of law.
fixe. 2. Kach rnembsr of the board of
countv commissioners shall be cotumis
lonnd bv thasFoveruor. and shall, heforo
.JftWJUOR.pJSiutof his oUlco, take
ago It was so bright hut now tho vilnd
that has been sighing sadly through the
mountain pinos,is blowing thu damp cltiutu
about our heads, and soon we shall have
ruin not tho "beautiful snow."
All around arn dashing, leaping streams
clear and pure, skipping through the
lovllo.t of rocky dells, tho delight of nr
tlsts and lovers. Yi tender youths of
Cairo take heed, Is It not better than high
sidewalks ? ."1 know how it is mvsulf."!
A mile from our starting point Is the city of
rocks and there between the liuiru coiu
glomerate) are winding walk,', olteu so"
narrow that a fnt man must needs despair
of crawllug through ; and lu tbcae 6r"w
toll trees that only catch tho sunlight ni
It creeps through the rocks. Clambering
to tho top, there sweeps before us the
most mahlilceul view which .the eyu.can
see or the mind comprehend.
"We have yet to see the beautiful l.ulnh
lake and falls seven mileJ dislaut, with
wonders and beauties untold before we
regretfully turn our faces towards a bliak
or clime, In truth this Is an enchanted
laud, and we would like to dreum away
our lives horo, drawing Inspiration from
the pure air and glorious toenery which
overvwher surrounds us. Ucspect.
' ' li. M j; -ii.K.
Kautai City .
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0 n 1
11 n 1
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Marietta Ml '
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St. .loi-f 11I1. .
v ai , . , ,
urlacu 01 water below. Iicncti imiiK.
Oberver hlir. Her. II. ri. A
(suc-eenxir to dimes Kynastou,)
UU I'UHjtll 1MU DKALMU li. ALL Kiwt.s or
CUltHKH M.'IStTKNT It Mill l'OM.AII til.,
duys and nlaughtore only the hc.t catlle,
ion and sheep, and l.i prepared to till any
luioand for frcmhrneat from one pound to
ten thotlKand poundw.
UYIjAND ii SAUEU, "
AND UIALHUS IH
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK KVKltV OUrtCltll'I'loN,
Ooruer luth street and Commercial aveuu
next door to the tlyland laloon,
11-10 tf. OAIHO, ILLS.
.IAMUS K"VN AHTOM,
AND HX.VLKU IN
UA, KlND.-j OK K11E8U MEATS
.Naar 1 r, I rriillclU Nlrrel nssd 'm
lluya and aUuxbteru only the best Cattle.
ilogd ami rthcoii. and la prepared to till or.
LAUOisr VAvr STOCK l.t this iiit
Hiirwcr f svisaesssSI Srt nuil 'hi
o. (t. i'A'1'ir.b
I'K T E K U U II L,
No. no sin is x.t;v(C-,
J.-JOtf. OA1KO, ILLINOIH
LDMHKK OP ATX KINDS
IIAHU AM HOi r.
KtB courtantlv bnhan.l
l'l.OultlXU A.NI) iSll.l.NO, AI.BO IjATII.
j Mill. AMlTARU COHSKH T II I Ul V-CoU 1. 1 II
OAlltO. ILLINOIS. 30. 7 j
li. P. I'AKKEK,
(Sn.!ce--tr In I'aiker.tlllske.l
PAINTsS AND OILS
V I WD O W .' X. A t- '.
Sad IL clljAUt. lilluitlubl'p
HttOM'LUM.mN OOB jllM T. t'f'M
UAtbll It.!. !-
I'UKNII S AI.S. NTVI.KN
M l .S . .M.J A UKSOK,
(Koruit-ll; Mis. ftwalidars,)
101 V. Ullli fjt.
O. SINK, Boa
Ai ne r Twflftli aticet ud VasUluxt6u A
J. C. H U ELS.
tl.ate of at. Louis,,
BOOK HINDER AND lll.ANK BOOK
lilV.NK HOOKS of BVbiy dtatlljitloii Jone
with ueatnenn and ihtjtch. All kludi ul
ruling done at ahurt notice, lllbli-s, MtU,
Htfazluea and PortodleAl bound neat ab.t
at tbe lowest ponnlble ratrt.
County work, siirli at Ittcor.I-, DmLtt
I'm Hook-, lllmik', etc.. made 11 pei-Ialtt.
Iloxes, Pocket Hooks, llnveliip?, Cte..uiaili
lo order. II l
Are Suited to all Climates.
fOHWAKDliNU AND 0OMMW.SION
I St II l IS A a I N.
DEALERS IN FU)UR;
sad ariit ui
(1UII1 htvsa iUli KAUAWUA
;i A l-'l I IU W H A t 'A
(I Onto Luvuh,
Meili from one
to ten thou-
PiTmiiuiui, January 10. Kiver H feel
Litti.r KotKjMauuary lu. leather
elear and pleauiit. Haver falling, feet
by gaguo. Arrived Hattiu Ahotie.
VlCKtiBUtiu, January 10 Down
Katie, Up Kinlllo Lbargc, Mike hong. ,
worth and Julia, Clear and soul, Kiver
Nkw OitLKAMt, January Hi Arrived
- Mary Houston, Louisville. Departed
Paragon, Cincinnati; Mary Alice and'
barges, at Louis. Weather clear and
, pleasant. 1
1 and warm.
I parted-last night, Vaegfr, S Loulsj Hilt
atCAI. ESSTATC AUKNSJV.
O. WINSTON ii CO.,
R AL ESTATE AGENT9
U (nitooHU ruiou) 0)110 LSJVUi,
Hut ai; tllLf, lllAL KbTATf,
January 10, Wosthcr clear 1
Kiver falling slowly. Do-1 KUKNIBll AllUTllAOTH iK TPJ'LK
(,'OrTHy, HA1UUSON Si CO.,
(Sitccessota lo 0. Uurd A ton.)
rl.US.IM.UUAIN AMI HAT,
Ho 0:i Ohio Levee, OAIKO,;iLIA
OlhVe ovi'i Tliouis Urn's. Krooerj store,
No. Ii! (,'ommerelal avenue, corner KIkIiIIi
. lt.lilnni.H i.nrupr Wkulitnf.t..n
nm iind routleiitUalret. 1 v(h 6
alillOltlll en that itm has Jdat Opctird Urt'
aaiorUuoUt ul the-
MO.VI' KAMI! IONA Itl.K. '
illlllllery Ooodi to br found III tholiuiket.
4bn will keep on huud
llA'1.1, HoUNKJrl, Kl.OWKlH, Kl 11110.13,
DitMii Trimiihh ok Am. r. iniik, i
I.lblES KUKNIDMINO (jllllliK. NoTIONH. I
C'OLI.AUH, U.VKKUMI.ICKVKS, ltUKK.1,
And all goods found In mlllliirry ntorr, all
of which will bo dlipered ol at the loweit
cunli prices. Mm. .Ihckou respectfully
nek continuation of tbo piilnouuge which
bu been so llbeiully beidnowed upon her l.y
the ladle of Cilro und the vicinity.
NEW LIVERY STAHLK
US1WIIS WAcu'n Atauuis lhu wii.hu
lr. H, r. llulJn lafuru Un .ul.ltc llitl I.' I
hi v k k y a w a u . .
ua the uuilhtta.l iJr c( 'I autt. tl. '
Ills Nulla will b furtitatk.. I wiil b.iti
AND GOOD VKUIOLKS.
atd Uie'imblluuiay ba accoiumoduted at al
oura of tho day and uight with aale U.Miw
on the lowest terms.
Dr. MeliU aaksu share of publlu patronAe
aud will eudaavor to merit It by ti.lr .It alloc
an, I rltli't Httenlliin to ,iilin-,
K. M. BTOUKKJjBTII,
lOtltder lid WhOle.tle DaaIcI' Iu
I'fSltXlUS AMI IIUMI.SS It)
IJQUORS AN-1) WINKS
SO, VI u II J.J l.XVKIt,
AND FAMOUS FOIt DEXNO
BSST TO USE!
CHEAPEST TO BUY 1 1
EASIEST TO SELL! H
r5t W'l IT
vfluv!'''' alrUer nsid Cheassar
1UJ iamous vonomao
zz&wi&fr Caiicactlen Every wterj,
fiftR f:5Pw,al,y Adapted
WANTS 0? ZYERY MSEEOLO.
E X C E L SI UK
- 1 A NTJ P ACT U III N Q f'O
OK HT. LOU FH.
(,', W. II K N D i: It S 0 n t
1- daw ty
IS OAS' H-l'tSSSKM.
H A M W I I. S 0 N . .
30AT QTOBHB l
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jyCggMutwsca mawsBwsM "sjH
Kor Sale at WLoleiule or JlotiH
OORHBH 32u.DTUeBT AND O'lIO tVi
Ulro, IlliooiH. t
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