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TERMS OFTUK DAIIA UULL1CTI.V
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TBXUtor WXKKLT BCLLKTIN.
Three Monthi ,
InvuUbly In advuce.
Umttmt mMr every PB
Forty metnbr of tbo Chicago prow
hvo ilzned a'petltlon to Oov. UavorUgo
requeuing him not interfere with tbu ex
ecution of Rtfferty, lenUncod to bo hung
on Friday next.
Ik JefTersonvllle, Indian, a dock coa-
paor, with a capital of twenty-five thou
tand dollar, fcu been formod for tbo pur
poe of aiding tho women in their proio
cution of th temperance movement.
Th Mound City 'Journal' U "down" on
the National bank monopoly, and is hurl
ing mittlM at it. Tbo 'Journal,' in fur
therance of Its hostile inttntions, endorses
the anti-bank resolutions of the poetical
Senator Cattle in favor of free hanking,
Tue praying woman are probably do
lag neeettftry work in Ohio and else
where. If the spirit prompts them tbey
enouia perse , uu
believe, although wo have not yet come to
0 . ft A a lnMl(nn4 t
a, definite conclusion on tho sublect, that
tfca m mtktnp rrent fools of themselves,
.nd ought to loso no timo In going out of !
When the Senate concludes the debate
on tho finance bill, which will be proba
bly on Monday next, Sonator Carponter
will Introduce hit bill for a now election
in Louisiana, and announces his determ
ination to do all in his powor to bring
about such a result, regardless of tbo in
fluents brought to bear upon him by tho
fritndt of tho administration to not agi
tate the matter.
Tue printing investigation at Spring'
field is unearthing either ft steal or the
Imperfection of a bud printing law
through which thousands of dollars of the
people'a money havo leaked during the
put two y oar j. If tho llouio committee,
chaid with this investigation, should
-...li, UMoDtnentJ how this
lor toe money thoy have boon i pending
upon me wiseacres at tbo state capital.
The Bioomington 'Pantograpb,' xpoak
iug vi oonaior vasey, oxcialffi), in a par
oxysm of enthusiasm, "tuccois to royal
Tom." So sy wo, nil of us, for Tom is a
Tyl, good follow, of much avoirdupois
and of infinite Jest. Good na'.urcd as
the day Is long, and tharp as n raaor, ho
exercises much influenco In the Sonate.
In the Homo, tbo doctor, Toiu'b small
brother, has groat personal influonco, and
is a most valuable member. Ho does
not talk as much at "our member," but
quietly does a great deal of work. Ho
has been so long in tbo legislature he Is
acquainted with all the ins and outs, and
generally gets from the houtoall ho "gooe
UEUQloU!) revivals always lollrw
financial crashes, a thuodor.followa llght
nlog, When the lightning is (lercost tho
tbundor Is loudost, and when tbo crash It
"big thing" the revival U all that the
most devout could wish. Tho prevailing
revival will do no discredit to the late
crisis. It is as great ft success in its way
ft .the crisis was. In Cairo
tho gospel fires havo been kindled and the
flames are roaring like a lion, or a rushing
wina in a thick forost, or a blast furnace,
or anything else that roars loudly. Many
tionort are seeking salvation, and aru se
curing it in all probability. Wo bopo
many others may follow thoir oximplo.
We could spare many moro sinners, and
then bave an abundant atock villi In storo
in this city. They aro too numerous, and
ought to be weoded out.
'Ilia people of Momphis are very sensi
tive. Thoy pride themselvos upon their
tobriety. To say they drink liquor or
tboot each other It to insult tbem. A re
porter named Hmitli, in a special to the
'Courier-Journal,' informed tbo publio
that on Marii Oras day tbero was much
Inebriety in that city and sevoral exnlo
liont of pistols had occurred while they
wore being hold in the hands of Mem
iihiant and pointed at MemphUni. This
report angered the mayor and all the
other citlr.ons, and the reporter retracted.
"i hereby withdraw all I said in
that dispatch," is the way Smith, tbo re
porter, got out of the difficulty. We sym
patbizo with bim, because wo worn once
ono of ;tbe citlxens of that delectable
town, and know he made tho retraction
with at least twenty pistols polntod at his
Innocent head by twenty men who bad
"trailed" in one of the un.prayed out
saloons of the JJluff City until they bad
come to the gentlemanly determination to
met Smith go back on himself or go
Journoy to "kingdom como.
Tue General Assembly should adjourn
at the earliest possible moment. Of course
it would be unwise to drop the work the
aattmblr has in band unfinished, but no
new business should botclortted. If tho
eat hers bad Died the '20th of this mouth
ft the day of final adjournment, the busi
ness of revision, as far as was necessary,
mlfkt bave been completed j but tbero are
MOg lbs members too many who havo
isrer before made f 5 a day, and tbey pro
to bold on to that tost at long at the
r will let down her milk. An
'tat kft contributed to tbo
of the session it tbo course ol
is and Ohieaso tiewtptpoxs.
Kditoriallr thoy have, ever sinco the tea-1
aion opened, been denouncing it at an Ille
gal tetslon and demauing Immediate ad
journment, but, with strange InconiltU
ency, have permitted thoir correspondents
to donounco ovory mcmbor who has ex
proitod a dotlro to fix an early Uny for tlio
tine die adjournment. Tbo cnrroipond-
entt, at well as the Impecunious members
of the attombly, aro also tugging at i
toat that gives down milk upon which
thoy are fattonlng.
A Washington diipatoh to the Now
York 'Herald' Bays that tho following
plan of action has boon agreed upon by
tho Democrats in the Sennto in regard to
Louisiana matters! One of their num
ber will, when tho queilton is again
brought beforo tho Senate, cii'or m (in
amendment or a suhstituto for Mr. Car
penter' bill providing for a new election,
a resolution looking to tho recognition of
the McEnery government an tbo govern
ment olectod by the people- of I.culcinna
Should this fall tbo Democrats say tht
they will liavo acquitted themselves of
their Urst duty, and then will support
Mr. Carpontor'i bill as tho only measure
for the practical relief of tho puoplo of
that state. It Is argued by tho Demo
emtio Senators that tho McKnery govern
mont is tbo only legal government, and If
'.ho Senate should refuso to rocognlzo this
fact, thoro would then bo, in thoir opinion,
no legal government in Louisiana, and It
would bo their solemn duty to Rtlord tho
people of Louisiana tho means of estab
lishing a legal govorntnont. Supporting
thorn in tho viow only that tbero i no
lecal government in Louisiana, it is bo
lloved, aro more than enough llepiiblican
Senators to carry tho measuro through.
m a kftch 0, Mutlt ,n ,ho MlwaUkec
Journal of Cemmcrce.1
Mullett has ft method of lintirviMni; th
rural inembor. Ho conducts him tho
wholo lungth of his long oliico on tho first
fioor ot tuo treasury acpartmetii wnero
dozen emoloves aro at work.
In rtatsinL'. no casuauy swears n tew
oaths at each draughtsman for pretendod
orror or dtsouodlenco ol oruors,inus snow
bis business capacity and mit.uto atton
tion to details, At tlio lower end of the
office bang perspectivo sketches of tho
Now York postofflco. Tho plans wlilcli
aro flat-iton thapeJ nru produced
. "There, Senator," fays Jiuiiow, "you
wouldn't think anybody could do much
witb tnnt kina ot ft lot, woum you c
"IJo," saye tlio aouator, wlio oeltevos,
or pretends to, that an exactly snuoro
ground plan is tho n mural prorcnulMto to
"I shall put n littlo moro acrotarin nn
and chanuolhn proportions of tho ontab-
laturo, opectniiy tnnaiyioPftie." says auu-
lott. "Tlio entasis ot moio columns also,
I think 1 shall vary a little."
"Yes. 1 would." ravs tho sonator.
Bundles of drawings of complicated
roof trusses and circdlir staircases, with
which Mullett is about Hi familiar as bo
... .., nf tho
Ueturnliig, lio pauses at tbo sido of n
draughtsman, who is makiog designs for
a dormer window.
"That won't do," says 31ullett," "I want
Ho flourishes ft pencil In a freo flowing
.auuar iu ius mr sua closes ono ovn rrit.
Icall. "Woll, you sco mo again before you
UU miviuiuir lurinor. io vou nnT
inis displays his professional skill and
ills intimate acquaintance with artistic of
fects. "It is n remarkable fact. Senator."
he says, "that tho drawings and the finish
ing work or this building (tbo Now York
postofiico) correspond exactly.'' Ho does
not stato tho equally remarkable fact that
this exact corrospondenco remits from thn
circumstance that n considerable part of
ms urawiaL'iaro mauo alter tho work is
In person Mullott is something ovor
flvo feet high, his manner is of the statoly
order, characteristic of a pea on n, griddlo.
Hit disposition It a compound of insolence
lo tuboruinalos Bnd toadyism to superiors
iu uuiiKiui 10 Rivo nis vimon their om
ciiu tuns in mil. Judge, Colonel nnd
Honorable roll from hit toneuo with uno
tion, Occasional! v ho receives a tnt.hinV
This was tbo caso in an encounter in 1871
with tbo lato Chief Justlco Cliaso. Ho
was onueavoring to impress Mr. Cliaso
with tho magnitude of his ironUu in con
ncction with tlio Interior fiulsh of tho
Unitrd States court room in the Now
lork postotlico building.
Mullott (risini: on tln-too How hh.li
do you think that room is, Chief Justice?
jtir. unaso I couldn't say, I'm sum.
Mullott That room, Chlof Justice,, is
t-u-r-iy lew mgii.
Air. Ubaso (grullly) Altogether too
Mullett (subsiding Precisely my idoa,
Chief Justlco. 1 had thought of making
TKAIN1NO AND KNKitOY.
In a recent address to tho students of
mvorpooi couego, i,ord Derby uald ; To
ccjuiro auu keep up in overy day work a
"uiv oi cuncouiraifcu attention on details
iwo imngs aro iiacossury training and
vuerL'v. jion possess it. to lv n wli , ?..
ucKreof, cm u mny uo lost where it nal
urally exists, and it may bo onoriuously
incroatod where it originally was but foc-
uic. auu in mat connection it is
important to notion lion .,,,,!,
depends on what btudonts and
young men aro apt to despite as bolow
their not ico I mean a nerfootlv couml
pbyslcsl condition. Take two mon, if
kuoj tnuiu uo luuiia, oxaciiy iiiixo in men
tal and bodilv antitiidm.
on caroleisly and idly, Indulging )iU an-
petites, nnd generally IcadlnK a lifo of
Pleasure, ana let the other train himself
by early hours, by temperato habits, and
by giving to muscles and brain each their
fair sbaru of employment, and at
tbo ond of two or three
years tbey will be at vido prt
In their capacity for exertion as if they
had boen born with wholly ditforent con
stitutlonsA Without a normal hoalthy
condition thore can, as a rule, bo no good
work, und though that qualification cn
not abielutely bo sccurod or preserve! by
any rules, u little common njuso and caro
willgoalcng way both in securlm? u.d
prc48rvlnB It. jjn lnt poltlt x w
glvo you these hints: First, that III, not
mental labor which hurts anybody unless
the excess bo very great.but rather frottlnir
and fldgetting over the prospect of labor to
be gono through; so that tbo man who
can accustom himself totako tbinfe cooly,
which Is quite as much a mtttcr of dlicip
lln as of nature, and who, by keupin"
well beforehand with what ho hat to do,
avoids unduo hurry and nervous oxcite
ment, has a great advantage ovor cue who
follows a difieront practice Next
I weuld warn you that thou
students who think they
have no timo fur bodily oxorcho will
sooner or Utur bavo to find timo for ill
ncss. Thirdly, when an opportunity for
choice is given morning work is goner
ally bettor than night work; and lastlv
a mtttor which I should not stop to'al
ludo to but that I know the dangert of an
oYerdlvon oxiitonce lu a crowded town
If ft mau cannot got through Jus day la
bor of whatover kind It may bo, without
artificial support, it should do b ferious
consideration for him whetbor that kind
of labor is fit for him at all.
A month or to ago tho wifti of N. M.
abort died notr l'rinccton under ralhor
auspicious circumstances, bhortiy niter-
WtriU Kguen IOII in runifinny huh ii
rnunrr woman named Alice Carter and ft
littlo gin lor wnom in Kuurumu.
was followed and ho and Miss Carter nr-
rested near Matulvlllo under ft warrant
barcinc them with poisoning -Mr, isi
liort. Shcrift' Marshall took thorn In
Princeton yrstordny by tbo h. iV I
road. Pivlucnli Kontucklan.
Reported Expressly for tho Bulletin
ItAVAMKS OF THE ASIATIC CHOI.
FUA AT 1WLXOS AYIUIS.
Victoria woonniJMi hid.yt i.v.c
V I UFA LI
ALL 0,111 ETAMONU THE HEDSKIXS.
DEATH OF IIFV. IHt. E. S.MASON OF
TKEEOUAPHIC MARKET AND HIV R
UiYToy.Fohrunrv 21. Tho tempranco
movoioont has not yot assumed a practical
Washington. Foruarv 21. Atox. II.
Stephens rode out to-day for the first timo
in sovorai woous.
Ocn. Spinnor has returr.od from t .ori
Ralclcli. '. C.
llAtKiau, February 21. Kov. Dr. P..
0. Mason, for :0 years pastor of (..brut
Knltcnnal church in this citV. und olio of
thn most distinguished mombers of this
diocese, is ueu4. f
Cueyen.se. "Wy.. Fobruary 21. Thero
lias boen nothing hoard from tho Indian
L'otiolps for sovorul davs. (jen s. hberi
dan and Ord arrlvod hero to-day, nnd will
leave for Fort Lurnmlo to-morrow, bnow
is falllnir to-nluht utid thcru aro in
dlcations of a sovoco storm.
Saw Fkanoisco, Fobruary 21. Tho
in n galo near San Juan "itrands'ifift
morning and ttruck u sunken rock which
slovo in a holn forward, but she was
finally towed o&felv into Vi'ctorln. Slxlv
cattle and a qutntlty of government stores
wncre thrown ovorboard. Tho dumaco to
tho vossel will amount to fivo thouand
Professor Allen introduced tho novolty
oi anchored naioon atconsion hero to-day
Chicago, February 21. Tho Hoard of
Trado to-d.iy adjutirned till Tuesday, ob
aorvlng Monday, Washington1!) birthday,
iu a Holiday.
v icioriH. uoouhun. who has buan an
nounced to lncturo hero on this and to
morrow ovonlncs, was unable to s ecuro any
placo in which to spank. Tho manager of
tue ubii ongnged lor her cancolled tbo ou
cagoment no soon us ho nscortinod for
wtioio uso it wis rontod.
The number of hngi killed hero to dato
durlnc; tbo soason, it 1.50.1,4:57, acalnst
iur mo enmo timo jail year.
TOOK I.KO HAIL!
Omaha, Fobruary 21. John Dull and
George Mchaffoy, ou trial for g&mblin-g
and undor bonds for appearance, tho lat
ter also out on bail for murder jumped
tho town this morning. Thoir bailors aro
hunting for thorn.
Twenty cars cf tn arrival Um
San Francisco this cvoiiina.
Nothing or interest has boon heard from
Generals Sheridan and Old who, with a
portion of their staff wont vesterdav fnrn.
noon toMonlogaln. On tlio Indian ques
tion it is tho general opinion that no fur
ther troublo will bo hnii. f Ini ?n thn I nil tuna
Who committed tho denrodnlions bavo all
gono north to Tongue rivor, which is
nearly 1,000 miles from hero.
New Yokk, Fobruary 21. lly tho ar
rival of a steamer from Kio do Janeiro
news Is received that tlio Asiatic cholera
is raging at liueno Ayres with intensity,
claiming from thirty to forty victims por
day. Total iiumbyr of death amount,
thus far, to 1107. Fifty thouMud person
had abandoned their homos, in that citv.
. 1. - - r ... ... . ' J i
iu ko rviuKu in inu open country.
Tho president of tlio republic has lla.l
from tho city for n hralthler residenco on
tho Island. This njt of the president is
unfavorably commented upon by the
Tho cliurchoi of this citv are taid to bu
moving in tho interest of tompenranto.
THIN IT Y.
Tho trintrei or Trinity church lira re
ported to havo doubled to no lougur leaso
the property oi thoohurch for purposes of
Don Mace, tbo famous driver, died sud
donlv to-day at his rciidunso In this city.
HEUIl UK A SK.VATOK.
A private dispatch from IltltlmorH an
nounces tho death In Galveston of ox
senator Wigfall ol Texas.
Hamilton J. Smith r Memphis, ti
actor who p ayed undor the nuiuo of n.
Smith, shot hlmtolf to-day at tbo Madison
KUITKH AND D1MM1CK
Haukikiiuho, February 21. J. M,
Krltor, of lUnliburg, and W. 11. Dim.
mlck, members or thn housi or ropreson
tatlves, bavo been balled In ?2,r,00 etch on
a charge of circulating prohibited circu
lart through the malls,
KULLETJJN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, lbU.
l'mnuitn, Fobrujv 21.--Tbo stock
holders of tbo Into national trurt compa
ny aro arranging to redeem tuo wiuur
bond, amounting to 5W!),000, which woro
hypoUilcatcd in Philadelphia for $240,000.
It was ncreod that If the city would fur-
nish ?UO,000, tho stock holders would
VVAmnviiT.-iM. I'ohruarv t!l. For Sun
day in Now Kngland, northeasterly winds
coring to southerly Willi oiouu nna ram.
1'iirtlm I.ntunr l.ikuj. north and north
west winds, tnrllv cloudy wnathor nnd
i nr tun Jhin VAiini' una u rar i.n.ur.
.. ... . - - .. , i r .
northwostorlv winds, tiatlly rloudy and
nloarlncr wnnilinr. rliltii: barometer and
lower temporaturo in luemorning lumn.tu
oy warmrr weatnpr.
For tho (lulf tiUle), nortbwoflorly
winds. rilnt baromntor fslllcg lotnpera-
turn find partly cloudy weather.
j-or 1110 0Utll Alianiic rran,
nry or rising haramtitor, southosst In sauth-
weit winds, ami clear or pnrny ruur
Olll.-e ol Observation, .Signal t rleo V. H.
army. Pally report ol thcMago ol water,
with tlio rliangci for the 2 hours ending
.1 o'clock p. m., February 21, 1371.
St. I.otll .
:n r. ,
20 10 '
2 .'l 0
l!eIov High water malt
Observer Sic fecr. U. S. A
PiTTSiit Kii. February 21. llivcr riting
steadily with 7 foot C Inches.
Diitlv. Hone. Fobruary 21. llivcr f till
rising with 12 feet t! inclus by gauge.
Nkw Orleans, Fobruary 21. No arri
vals. Departed City ot (uincy, !t.
Louis. Yeathor cloudy and warm.
ViCKuuuno, Fobrunry 21. Don
Thompnon Dear. Up J'lirgouil, Heiin
I.C0, Uolorailo, rcimox, iroueiaos uu
bargt". Warm and ra'.ning. lUver
I.ol'Isvii.lv. Fobruary ltivor ris
ing rajildly with twelve foci large in the
canal, and 10 feet in tho Indian chute.
Itaininc all day. Arrived Franklin nnd
bargesfor Pittcburg. No departures ox
MrHi'iiis, February 01. Weather
warm and ruiny. itiver rising rapidly.
Arrivod Binnock City, Whlto rivor;
Djgun, Arkansas rivor. Departed Ar
lington, Cincinnati; Fatinlo LswW, KoJ
Nashtills, February 21. llivcr has
WUn 2 feet leaving 10 ftot on shoals,
ltainul ftflornoon. Arrived Shlppors
(iwn. Cincinnati: Silverthotn, Kvansville;
Cooko, Paducab. Departed P.ransford,
Upper Cumberland Silvcrthorn, i.vani-
lr, Wheeling. Departed Junialta
russuurit'; .Lawrence. Nashville; lien
Fraukllo, Mompblf; Kitty Ilcglor, Ar
kansa" rivoi; Indiana, Now Orleans; rain,
log all day.
EvANevii.LE, r .ruury 21. Ruined all
last nllit nnd to-day. Mercury CO to C.
Klvor has risen 2 fuel 2 inchi-a making 27
feet by mark. Up Pat Kogeit, Arkansas
none, rayotte, unarmor, Ohan Jlodmann,
Idlewlld. Down Grey Jisglo, Uettle
wiioHri, mfiiy yimeni, AUdy Urutll. JIus
ineBs light. Signs of moro rain to-night,
Sr. Louis, February 21. Arrivod
City or Holcna, Vlcksburg; St. Joiep
iiiuiiiuuii, 17OHRrL0(i uoinssii nn
Davenport, Keokuk: Futuro City, Susie
Silvor, Cnnltol City, Vlcksburg; St John,
Peoris; Alice, Missouri rivor. Itiver full.
Ing slowly. Weather mild witb rain last
nignt anu most or to day.
M A K K ET. It E POl IT.
Mxui'iiiK. February 21.' Flour Inli
saa unchanged 0 IZfyO CO. Corn meal
quiet J i&f.)3 00. Oorn market barn
Oats firm 6y00. Hay, choice scarce and
iirm- nrati scarce and Urm I8. Prnvis
ions quiet nnd unchunged. Cotton nIot,
easy ami unchanged. Tho unfavorable
weather chubLs tho out door trade.
New Orlkans. February 21. Corn in
gocu uuinaiiu; wane (OOrtiti; yellow 85, In
uuik iu. xiayuu i nrimo iu: cho m
stocu in Urst hands 600 bnlos. Colfoe dull:
iuuu uai: oruinary -mu yu : r r 2fiifS2G
good 202Cj;primii 27271. Cornmeal
dull and lower, hold at a 75. Others un
ClllCAiio, Fobruary 21 Flour dull
and unclianqod. Whoat oponcd llrmcr
ami eiuMJ'i uuu ro i ilirinc. I 2'M for
i)i; nn i u iur cd; i i lor .March
1. V'tl . I . ... . . .
1 22A tor April; No 3, 1 10. Corn de
mand acllvo nnd ndvancrd: No 2 mixd
OS for cash; 08 for March. Oat nuict
i .., . ..... .
anu unuuBiigoci; no v. at 4Vj icr cash; vl
for March. P.yo tenrco and firm; No 2
ircsiiBt Hijy;8(.. liarley dull and droop
iniri JNo'J nominal nt 1 70: No 3 at 1 si.
Pork firm nt M 10 for cash; 14 05 for
March; 1130 for April. Lord firm nt
a B0 for cash or March, Jlulk meits
steady; shoulders at Ik short ribs at 7-J.
Whiskey 95. 4
St. Louib, Pobrunry 111. Mcmp dull.
1'lcur dull and weak. Wheal uncottlpd.
NoZ, 1 20l 121; f-llllrmfiutntiIot;Nn
3md 1 -13fu)l 45; No 'i ollored nt 1 0.1;
1 M Mil. Corn uncbanRod, No 2 mlxod
COfTi.OI. Oatt ttoady and Urm; No'J mlxod
17XQ1. Ilarley dull. Kvo steady at S3
Pork dull at 15. Dry fait meat
In hotter domain! ror round lot, hut dosl-
urn apart aim out littlo la uono. ralos
loofo clear tides 7,J. Jlacon dull. Hhoul.
"lors (I'; cloar rib 8ja8g cloar 88.
Haim llll. Lard dull. Whisky
stctdy at Hi.
CiKciN.vATr, Kobruary 21. Whisky
'corco and ilrm lifl. Cotton dull nnd un.
changod, 1CJ. Flour dull 0 40QG 4B.
Corn quiot and ttoady fi9g?,02. Oats quint
and Heady 4853, Kyo stead v No - I 01
I 02. Harlpy ncnrco and Arm; No 1!
Ml 1 85(3)1 1)0. Kjg unchunged. Chaceo
in fair demand and advanced 10J17
llu'.tor higher, cholco 30a7. Pork quiet
and weak, 14 600 M "H. Lard dull nnd
drooplnc ttonm 8JCfyOJ; hottle !. Bulk
mratt dull and heavy for spot, futuro In
fair demand and lower, taint thouldort
hoxad Ci spt; 0 huyor Mny; clear rib sold
Inst evening 7 -10 pot lootc; rftlot 8 buyer
Slav: loom clear ouotod at 7J. Hncon
quiet and weak, thouldort (ijc3; clear
rib (old nt'Pji clear quotod ut 8-J; hamt
S O 14 lot avcrtRfl told at ii.
liUMIH, HKO., As CO.,
Aiixnta IIom Cotton Milm ,
NO, & Ohio Keyco, Ualro, 111,
PHII. H. SAUP,
Ami Maiiufartmor of
HOME-M ADE CAN
IOS Commercial Ave.
tiSSSOnlers from Abroad rroniptly Attended to.
11 H il IK fill
A $500,000 STEW YORK
Farnbaker on hand as Usual
Mr I I'ariibalcor, our resiaont Xevv York mrlncr and
i ,-! w p(l i vcrv larao bankrupt Sale ol Pino
foH J? buUon among hfs Boveml stores 1
fit, malw and finish, arc not to bo excelled b an tailoi in
TO BE SOLD AT ONE UAhP riuuo.
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Our part of the stock lias arrrived, consisting in y ;
Sin-made Suits, cost 45, wo o flor t jom loj, no
English Diagonal Coats anc. ,
.,1 .... ft.ir . nl1irl IPlllft
wiui -;. . - - - ,
i nor j.' mo
Si' 'o .SOT Kiuc 1;C Btack Cloth Coat for 810,
,V Thcw -oods are the finest lot of Kcadv-Made Clothing
2verlrohUo Caire, being made for Kow York retail trade
ranor in uic citv
J1ALP T1II0 PRICE
we ask is an examination,
we swill never jignin call upon the jmblic
i. I'.iiiiMiAitKII, New Tori. f4 ni
SOI,. -AIIMiAK):i(,C.nro, 111. CftlTOj illlllOlS.
Ouv 2ramnioth Western Ilonses,Cairo, Jll.. and Paducab, JCy.
tSS PRICES !
IN THE CITY.
J. Uurger, at Jus now stol
on Commercial Avenue, wit
commenco this week a salo of
his stock of winter iroods at
rcatly reduced prices. ITo is
about to start East, to lay.in a
stock of early Spring styles,
md in ordor to mako room
or them, will dispose of the
Goods now on hand at prices
which must provo satisfactory
to all. llo invites nil who
wish to mako bargains in
Winter Goods, Shawls, .Dross
Goods, Cloaks, &., &c., to
call at onco. The entire stock
las been marked down, and
must bo sold. 124-2-8 20 1
It. SMYTH & CO.,
Xj I Q, XT O B
ITO. CO OHIO XiV03E
oitnu, ii.ii n ia o.
Cor. Commercial Av, and 19th HI.
11,'. l'M Sm.
c is, -'3,1 ftKL
- OlMi1.1.r0 illts worth
j n!w.v)kc, finish mid fit, to equal anv
CE OF YOUR TAILOR'S,' Am? aft
and if any iroes awav dissatisfied
1 FARNBAKER & SOXtf,
Peoples' Favorite Clothiers,
WAi,i:r.it Sthiikt, '. Y
C. N. n U G JUK s ,
Ohio l.ueo, over MuiIium Jt
tKTASII.INMCiO I sr..
SAIWOttD, M01U11B & OANDJ5K,
73 Ol.iii t.ri'f
CITY NA1I0.VAL HANK 1IV1I.IMNO
. OAIllO, IM!,
t'ho oldest eRtiiblli'lied A!noy in Southern
miiioirf, reiiri'Houiiiu; ovur
$05,0llll,UUO "Oil I
of tlio bent
Invuranrn Cnpltal nl
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
rmcMit fa i.i. Nrvi.Ks,
M 11 S . M . JACKSON,
(Kormcrly 3Ir. Swandern,)
tnBoiliicCH that tlio has just niein-il a l-uyn
aiBortmcut ot tbo
Mlllluor)' Uoml to lie louim in tlio market
She will koup on hand
Hath, Honnkth, Plov,'i:h, Hiiihomh,
Diiesh Trimminom ok All Kiniih,
Lauiks Furnibiiino (looim, Notkiwh,
Coliars, Uhdkumlkkvks, Rurrn,
And nil kooiIh found In millinery Htort-n, till
of whleh will hu dhiposod ot nt tho lowest
cafch juice. Mrs, .luckKou ren)icctfully
aksn continuation of tlio iatnoim;o wlilcli
hus heon no llbuiallr bt'btsowcd uiion her y
tlio Indict of Calr'i and tho vlclniiv.
0. W. DUNNING, M. I).
lIi:siUKNCi:-corner Nli.lh nnd Walnut
itrcels, Olllce coruer Sixth utrott ami
.Hilo levee. Ofllco hours luua (I a. m,, to
;2iii,, and 9 p.m.
7. U. MATIIUSH.
K. C. UUt,
MATJIUJfS tc MIL
0 0 M M I H 8 t fl M M K R 0 tl A M T 8
URAL till IN
11 AV AMD WESTltN PRODUCE
STHATTON Sc U1UD, n
, WHOLESALE OROCER:
.............. ..Ii.uill 1 uuu
Asieirts American Powder, ompai
So. r,7 Ohio Lefcc, K
N. IL Thl.tlevTood. P. .1. 'nimtewoj
FLOUK, CORN, OATS HAY, K
78 OHIO I.i:'KK,
OKNERAL COMMISSION MKUCKI
And dealer In
I.IUK, C'UUHXT, I'LiUTKll, IlAin, 1
No 1 111 o I Iitixi.
E3T1 will tM In car load lots at n
turori-' prlron. anoint: ireurm.
j. ii. nijjjjipa,
Forwarding and Corjomi
ptoparl lo forwird a klndH
w Mil (n-iiii".
'x-miuil io nr'iin ptlv.
COKFKY, 11 AUKIBON Jc
(Succtiwor to 1). nurd A So
f I.Ot'H.UUAI.N A3iU M
No 63 Ohio hnvoo, OAlltO,
0. l. WILJilAMSOiV
And Ueitler In
Xo. 70 Ohio Lotoc, C'AIIU'
tSTSpecIiil attcnllmi iriven ir.
menu and lllllns order.
JOHN B. PHLL18 4 S,
(Buexm.orn to John H. I'lillli.
DHALKUS IN HAY, UOKN
Flour, Meal, Bran, i
AO EHTS FOK L.APJ.IN AN1
L'ow. '1'KKTII Stbket aii Om.
OA I un, 1 1,1.4. ,
PK T K li 0 V 11 J
l'L O (J K
VIA .3 H
1 in'fi Oounuiiisioti M
l!M OH If l.KVKK
NKW YORK STOit
WHOLESALE AND ltKi
LAUdHtT VAMITV BTOOK IN ''
OOOD8BOLD VEKY 01
fforucr tit Mlutuntli utmot i
n.roiiu Atiuiii i
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