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TUESDAY, JUIiT 7, 1874,
ilitlelnl nsperol IhnCllr "! Cotinls
lull II. OUKItLY. Kdlior end l'-ollihtr
TERMS Or TK DAILY WLLKTIN
One week, tiy carrier '
Oae ye&r by carrier, " advance 10 00
One yew by carrier tf not paid In
advance . M 00
Ono moat, by mall 100
met monthi 8 00
eix months..., ft V
One year 10 00
TltRMsnr WKKKLY HUIXXTIH.
One Year , 1 00
Hit Months , Tb
Throo Months (0
Invariably In advance,
Komllng limllrr n rwry ikp.
WlU'.N Mr. liinl arrived at Carlton-
dale and ascertained that all tin "j"
puhlicatis of the Atheu " Illinois
wore ol tho ojiiufcii Iio was a d J
tiijigor irlio did not tncrit the treatment
of a human being, he wished for the
wioRn of ft blackbird that ho might ily
away to Cairo and ho at rct.
Count m; Cham noun, whose re
marlahlo manifesto we publish in an
other column, declares tlut he docs not
place royal power above tlio lawa , that
the Trench Christian .Monarchy is a
limited monarchy ia its very escneo .
that (iod made the king and that the
king has no objection to the people
electing one of two chambers. Cham
bcrd is a kind soul. The French peo
ple ought to be thankful, and place the
crown upon hi head without delay.
1'ur.siDENT GtiAST has again sur
prised tho country. After the corres
pondents &d selected the polmiBor
general, ho telographed to lion. Mar
Mull Jewell, minietcrat St. l'otcaburg,
tenderiug to him the poii- Mr.
Jewell immediately acceptod the ap
pointmeut, aud will return to the
United Stite-i at once. He will
probably pater upon the discharge of the
duties of his new olhco on the hrst ol
" Is this connection wc call The
Juu.etin' attention to tho article of
JJiatw'uo,' " says the ' Sun ' of Satur
day. Our attention has been paid to
the article. It is the production of a
jcrsou who is ignorant of the Knglish
lmguage. " I$xaniu,'' should dovofo a
lev years of hia life to the atudy of
graumar aud rhetoric. He writes
bluudctingly, and his arguments in
favor of higu-prcwiro education in
the rmhlii! schools hr.ve uo force what
cr. Til UATMKxto vm R D.
Kyn the Hourhou Qf Carbondale
arc inligatut. 'I'liey Fay, ho buuuia
Dot havs teen invited in tho first place;
tat Dr. JJohartJ invited him for olit
teal efTcd ; but that, after he was in
riled, ho should have ue well
The HadiV'i- r Oarbnndale, now
lh&l hO opportunity to eliow their faith
Iy their works ha pasted away, are
also very angry, and without hesitation
say Bird was shamefully treated.
It in (mo .Mr. liird in a negro. His
faco ia black. Ho doca not deny that
ho belong:) to tho proscribed race. His
attention has been often eallod to the
l'sot, aud bo ha become a firm believer
of the assertion that ho has no tights
a white man is bound to respect. l!ut,
colored and proscribed as liird ie, he is
also a man of ability , and a pleasant
oratorwho always talks iu n forcible aud
tonsiblo manner. Tho radical white men
believe he carried about iu bin breeches
pocket a number of the votes of colored
brethren that, in tho oolotod Kgypt,
he is u kind of Moses leading and di
recting. He is therefore courted by
the white radicals. I'ope smoothes
him down as he would a Tom cat ,
Munn pats him on tho head occasion
ally, and even ISevcridge, that barrel
or Bolt aoap the epitome of Xuoday
tehool goodness ana inn .iu'iui,,....,.
of tho meekness out of which political
preferment grows eoudesceuds to tell
liird that hu is a goed little boy, and is
kind enough to occasionally throw to
him a etick of political candy.
Of courso these attentions have
flattered Bird, and he has bocu happy.
Hut ho is happy no longer. After in
Thing him to be present and make a
speech at Carbondalu, on the ocoasion
of the opening of tho Southern Illinois
Normal University, he was insulted,
Carbondsle,be it known, is tho Athens
of Southern Illinois ; it is a hot bed of
radicalism ; the democrat who would
daro to say in Carbondalc that "a nig
ger is not as good as a whito mau,"
would bo Instantly whipped by indig
sant radical rowdies ; Uarbomlalo was
the home of Logan and is the home of
bis man, Clements , Carbondale
ia all that a radical fancy ever painted
it. Utrbondale is thooretioally a
negro-etjuality town, but not in fact.
Bird will now awcar to this, because
Carbondalo tmtod him meanly. In
response to the flstterinj; invita
tiou of the managing wen, Mr. liird
Yisited (Ubondalo to'mako an address
it tfi Normal opening. At tlio depot
pj committee was in waiting for him,
is for tho other speakors ; tlio runners
(or tho hotels would not carry his val
ise ; the hotels would not rcceivo him ;
and no citizen had the courage to furn
ish him with cither bed or board , ho
was compcllod to walk into tho coun
try two miles and cat at tho table of n
colorod friend I
Carbondale ought to be ashamed of
horsclf and should lose no time iti send
ing her favorito son, Mr. Clements, to
apologia to our representative of tho
intelligence, gcntlcmauliuess and de
cency of the colored people of l'.g.v'
Mr. liird is a meek sort of a "'an ,
ho kisses the rod with remarkable
humbloncsi, and (omenta can make
him do it. '" "'ent can't I'ope
W1 airdis anxious to get down, aud
no will if invited to do so. Ho is only
temporarily indignant and must be
11 KM KM B Kit KiSCllBACH
Wc take the following from tho
'Sun,' and propose to Ubu it as the text
of a little sormou :
We congratulate Hro. I'ope, the lawyer
and prosecuting attorney for this county,
on tho certirlcato of qualification, etc.,
furnished lv Til k Ullmcti this morn
ing. Comparison are said, sotnowhero,
to be odious, but wo don t boliuvo it, and
yd tho Idoa that Judge Mulkey and ono
or two other nhlo lawyers can turn I'ope
down when I'ope swings clear of all "un
tangling alliances" is simply preposterous.
The seeming Implication that Mr. Vope
l not Jury lawyer is unjust to that gen
tleman. Indeed it scorns to us that tho
whole article Is not in keopini: with tho
Jntlinato relations wh ch we supposed the
editor and lawyor sustslnod each to toe
other. If I'ope is In tho arms of the edi
tor the latter sterns to have a "funny"
way of showing his alfection ; but tisen,
probably ha chaslons much becauis he
Wo say Mr. I'ope is uot as
good a lawyer as Mulkey, aud is not a
jury orator. Mr. I'ope is an able man,
but Judge Mulkoy, the counsel of
Gupton, tho murderer of Kjchbach,is a
''singe cat" iu a case in court. Mot
many of tho lawyers of Southern Illi
nois are anxious to lock liorn with
him, and Mr. I'ope does not profess to
bo his equal at the bar.
But however this may be, Mr. I'ope
will now have nothing to do with the
case. It has been removed to John
son county, and the state's attorney of
that county will have charge of the
prosecution. Hp is raid to be an able
gentleman, and an excellent lawyer,
but still wc insist ho should have the
assfstanco of other 'counsel. It will
not do to tay that tbe caie is a plum
ono and all that is necessary to do is
to offer evidenco to prove that Gupton
shot and killed Kschbach. Judge
ilulkej is not eolno tn - wv
any chance to secure a vordict of not
guilty. He is already absolutely cer
tain in his own mind, that Gupton shot
Kschbach .n.U- invocation; I.,
will in a little while be conVcd nat
liupton has not vn of 80uml ,uind
from ble youth up; and before ho is
through ho will firmly believe that his
client is a man entitled to tho sympa
thy of everybody. Kvery able lawyer
in V; I'm Ui clicut's cause his own, and
Mulkcy is up in the great lawyor'6
niche; aud when a really able lawyer
has convinced himself that his client
is not guilty, even if tho client is as
guilty as Lucifer, he is sure to make
Hoiuobody clo hbare his opinion.
Whilu Judge Mulkcy will be growing
inti'iindy interested in his client be
working night and day iu his cause
it tho friends of Kschbach becniuo cold
and my: "(), well, let it go; the case
is iu the courts," is it likely the state's
attornuy of Juhiiniii county will day
after day grow more mid moro anxious
to hang Gupton that ho will, to the
neglect of his other duties, give his
time mid ipeud his money to gather
up aud digest the evidenoo agaiiut the
prisoner? In defense tho xytnpathit's
are aroused; m prosecution only a
hleru senso of duty arouses an officer
to demand tho life of a prisoner.
Whereforo wo boliove and have said,
tho friends of Kschbach, aud the citi-
xeu ot uatro who wisu toliatu the law
vindicated, should raise money aud
employ counsel to assist in tho prose
cution of Gupton. Wo said to certuin
gentlemen who wcro trying to get into
the court house yard, expressing n de
termination to lynch Gupton, "You
can have tho law vindicated if you
wish. If the law U not cuforccd iu
this community tho fault is with tho
people. You arc now anxious to hang
this man. In two weeks you will
have cooled oil, in a month you will
havo forgotten that kucIi a mau as
Kschbach lived; iu three months you
will not caro whother Guptou is hung
or not. If you really watt tho law
enforced, take an intcrcht m its en
forcement, and bhow that you are as
willing to spend your money as to un
lawfully epill this man's blood."
And now what do we 6c? The
mobbers aro as cold us ice. They
are no longer very indignant. Not
one of them aeeniH to takn auy further
interest in tho matter, and Bomo of
them aro endeavoriuy to lind an excuse
to not eoiitributo mouey,if they should
be asked to do so.in order to vindicate
tho law' by doing! whatever is necessary
and proper to be dono to secuto the
conviction of a man who assassinated
ono of our citizens. In n month, uu
less thorc should be a revival of inter
est in this matter, Kschbach will have
bcou forgotten, und thcro will be no
ono to say: "Let tho vengeauco of (he
law fall upon tho head of his murderer."
TI1K SCHOOL QVKSTIOX.
"A Parent " and " l'onn," corres
pondents of the 'Sun,' immediately af
ter the close ol' the public toliools (if
this c'ty, attacked tho board of cduca
rfotu and denounced it (or employ
ing cxpcusic and incompetent teachers.
Tin; ISum.ktin pointed to tho fact,
that what the correspondents of the
1 Sun ' were complaining about was a
defect in the present ticVool t-)stutn ,
that the fault could not be laid at the
door of l'rof. Alvord, who is knowti to
be an able teacher, nor could it bo at
tributed to auy of the teachers of our
schools, sovcral of whom are most skill
ful and generally recognized iu this
community ns among the very best in
the country. The 'Sun,' wc need not
say, had no opinion of its own on this
question, but mumbled as if it coulJ, if
it only would, enmh the board of educa
tion, teachers, pupils and parents
crush them all out of cxiiteuco, with
After The Bcm.kti.n had spoken
"A Parent" retired to the solitude from
which he had emerged, and "l'eun,"
takiug iu sail, commenced to follow in
our course. 11c began to oomplain,in the
language of Till: IlCM.UTlN, that the
schools wero being pcrvorted ; that, in
stcau of teaching useful knowledge, the
friends of the public school system
were seeking to make the schools col
leges, in which, at public expense, all
tlm Uiuher branches of knowlodge wore
being taught to the neglect of branch
es of practical uscfulnejs. The 'Sun,'
commenting upon this assertion of ours,
says, that "the remark that 'l'eon' re
flects the opinion of Tin: Blm.leti."
and 'Jane Ann' will be new to the
public, as a microscophic examination
of the utterauccs of cither has failed to
establish the statement."
After the death of Johu Stuart Mill,
The Bl'I.letin, commenting upou the
manner in which ho had been educated,
referred to the high-prcesuro, Greek-Latin-mathomatical.
method of teaching that has obtained
in our schools, and condemued
it. In an atticle, on tho common
sohool question, published 5th of June,
bofore " l'cnn " had written a line, we
argued that the children of the poor
wore compelled to learn nchool at four
ueu siasccu ears n- ,
trades, and in it condemned the high
pressure system of oducation. In con
cluding the article we said : " The re
medy for this manifest injustice lies in
reducing tho school tax, which nceesfit
ates reducing the expenses of the com
mon schools, and is arrived at by making
the common school course embrace a
knowledge of reading, writing, aritb
tnetie and the rudiments of other prac
tical branches. These, If well taughtj
will enable tbu children of all classes to
become well informed citizens, will lay
tho foundation for a liberal education!
which may be acquired by other mcaus
than at the public expense, and will
reduce the school tax so that tho poor
est mau will feel it uo burden und the
richest uu injustice."
In the remarks made by us at the
graduating exercises, wo took tho
ground now assumed by " l'eun," aud
disparagingly cnmmuiitud, iu the hear
iug of the board of education, upon
the high-pressure common school sys
tem. "Jano Ann," also, roplying to "A Par
ent' used language iu cousonance with
our ideas ou this Hubjcct language
that resembles that now boiug em
ployed by "l'cnn." Comraeutiug upon
"A Paront's" assertion that too many
high-priced teachers are employed in
our schools, "Jano Auu" caid ;
The reply to this complaint is obvloas.
Ho many high-priced teachers have btsn
rendered necessary by tho domand that
hut boon made by foolish poople
to have our common schools exalted
Into academies and colleges. Not satis
fled with teaching tho pupils of the
common schools those branches that
would be of uso to them In aftor llfo, tho
high-toned education-loving pooplo have
dsmanded that Latin, Grk, tho
higher rnathoumtics, and a lot of rubbish
shall bo taught in tho high school. The
board of education, being also pcrvorted
in this regard, has complied with that do
mand.and consequently wo have been com
pelled to employ a principal and
two assistants to teach the
young idea how to shoot In the direction
of anciont Koine and ancient Athens at
expenio ot a knowltdge on the part
ot the young Idoa of modern common
sousv and modurn usuful knowledge,
Tho board of education should not be
blamed. "A l'aront" should level his
Kuns at a pervortod public sontimont that
has lead tho public school systom into a
channel it should not flow in.
Tho ' Sun ' must admit that its cor
respondents havo wandered from their
original purpose which was evidently
to crush tho board ol cduoation and
our public sohool teachers and whioh
began in indefinite complaintsinto a
broader lield ot criticism of tho com
mon school Hystcm, in which they agree
with Tin: Bui.i,t;nN. If the 'Sun
does not admit this, wc will attribute
its perverscness to a w.'akucss which
compels it to uot be tritiiiul wlicu it
ClIAMUOKD ISSUKS V I'K VLIAR
CLAIMS Till! TIIIEONK VNIi MAKLS
The following i a copy of the mani
festo Issued by Count do dambord, the
llourbon claimant of tho rench thron.
Tho count has uvidonlly included that a
letting down from tho hh position t.o
assumed In his lllly mnnusto of a ten
months since, is nuaoiKV to conciliate
the French people, who ve grown out
of tho old Ideas of tho Go-given authority
of earthly rulers
TnasciiuKS You have requeued
temporary expedinils of safnty. The
country now scoim to on tho ve of
frosh dangers. Kranceias need of roy
ally. My birth mado ie your king. I
would b wanting Iu t' most sacred of
dutiKs if I neclected ti maku a supreme
effort for tho ovsrlirow of inter
posing harriers .f projudlco. I
aui awaro of aicusutlons against
in I hiiH runalnel silent in
or.lar not tn mid UtUcultioi tO the
illustrious soldier wio protects you, be
cause of aeeiltmiUtUn of falswhood,
i.'ti.. ...... i. .... I..,ii..ir tximiliiflltiln. IWsonS
1j 1 1 i 1 v - r i "
invo prttPiKlmi la uoilerstand from pre
vious declarations wiai i piacea royal
vtuwor abovo lb laws and dreainod of un
heard-of i;oetntuonlalcombinalious based
upon absolutiim and arbitrary Idoas.
Tha French chrsllan monarchy is a lim
ited monarchy in its very tsienco. It
fsstons nothing o a government s rortune
which promtsosboundlcss prosperity aud
leads to ruin, "his limit" J monarchy ad
mits of theoxiience ef two chambers-
one nominated y the kinc, and the other
elected by the latlon, according to legally
established sutrage. Tbo union of the
people and klngsnabled tho anciont mon
archy to frustrate for centuries the calcu
lations of those atekinc; to domineer over
the people by contending against the
king. It is untne that my policy is at
variance with be aspirations of the
country. AVe both desire the stroog
reparative powirs which a durable alli
ance with monrcny alone can give. I
wish representatives of the nation to be
Tlt-ilant auxiliaries for the examination
of the questions submitted to them, but
will not baTo ba-ren parliamentary strug
gles, from wbleb a sovorelgn efton issues
poworless and veakencd. In rejecting
the foreign and It-ported formula with its
king, who reigns, jut does not govern, I
fevl mrt'lf in ha-siony with tho Imxenco
majority. 1 am now. as buloro, ready.
The homo of Fr.nce is sincerely rooon
clled. Let then bo a trure to rur divi
sions. Is it not tmo to restore prosperity
and grandeur to ranee with the venera
bio rovaltv '
MET A Lit! CASES
At YVilriix'a I,'1 k, at iinu li ! thuit
UMial pricea. ITi-WHf-
Ucctlflcr nil Wliolesnle Doulcr Iu
FOREIGJ AND DOMESTIC
L1QUOTS AND WINES.
.v. hi, oiiio li:vki:,
CAIRO, .... ills,
FINS MILLINERY GOODS
VMMW M'BIMd IJUOISN
M J H . M . JAUKSON,
(Formerly Mis. Swanders,)
anuoincts that suo has just' opened a lare
assortiaeit ot tLe
Millinery loods to bo found in tho market
She will Lep on hand
Hath, Ijnnxth, Flowkkh, Hiiiiiohb,
UnaTniuMfNoa or All Kinds,
Laud a ?rja tieniNU Oooim, Notions,
Col.hb, Qnukublkkvkc, JtuKra,
And all i,ods found In millinery htoreu, all
ol Wlikl WU bo dispoHed ol at the lowi-Kt
I'ish iu:, Mrs, .Ikckbon ruieclfully
fctkea ccntlmiatioii of tho patuonayo which
Iiiin boei mi libuially henUowed llpnu her liy
Uie lndu ol Cairo and the vli lmtv.
FIRST NATIONAL JUNK
It. W. MIU.KIt, IVr-ldorit,
.1. M. I'Ulf.l.M'M, Vice I'n-sldenl,
L'llAS. OlINNINllllA.M, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS 1'KOMl'TLY .MA UU.
i:CII A NO i:. ruin, l.nnk lintcH mill Iti.lled
M.itcn frirltli' bought xs seal old.
IjiM'rt'sl iillowfil jisii Unto deposit.
"Til."' CITY NATIONAL
W. I'. ll.M.l.ll.Y. I'leildrnt;
IIII.MIV I.. MALI. IDA V, Vliv I'd -Id.-l.
A. II. AKI'OUIi, I ii.lilei;
WALI'Kl! HY.S1.IM', AUtanl Ca-hlir
ST il.s 'l'AVI.oM, It. II. CUNNIMIIUM
II. 1.. llMXIIrO. W. I1. lUl.l.lluV
II. I. Vll.l.lA.MON, STI'l'IIK.S lllllti.
A. II. S.UVOItll.
l!(7ntiigc, Coin und Pitlli'l Sliitcs
lloiitU llonght nnil .Sold,
PKI'thSIT-i r'i--liilatiil a (M-iiorsI li:iiiklug
KNTKHPU1SK SAVlNOii BANK.
(MIAltTi:Ki:i) MAKCII 111, lhd'J.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, OAIKO.
A. II.SAKKOItl). rri-ld. nt;
S. H. TAYl.dlt. Vli-e-l'ti-lil. nt:
H. HYSI.Ol, Secretary uml 'rrcii'tirtT,
Mlt i(T HH :
V. M. ItAliri.tv, Ciiah. tlAl.tniiiiK,
'. M. srot KH.Krii. I'At'i. H. -nil u.
I!. I'. Cl'.N.M.St.HAM. II. I.. 184.108.40.20641.
.i. m. rmi.i.iiw.
IMi:iMT p;iid (ill dtio-llat tin ' to
nl i ir i-t'iit. per unuiuti, .Mjrrli i-l and
-pU-inbiT Ul. Inti-ru-t nut wlthdratMi l
added Immi-uialrlv l 1 1st- prlui-lp.il of tin
dfpo.li-, thtrri xhiui: tui m vumiuui.it
VIAIlKIKIl WOMK.V AMI I'IIILHIIK.1 MAT
lai'OsIT MONKV AM) NO (IMC Kl K
l AN DKAW IT.
Open rvcry btilne- dav from 11 a. iu. to !
p.m.. and j'tu.ih' i-iiiiii lor raiii);s de-iio-tls
onlv, Iroiii li In-" o'rlock".
V. HYl.l)l', Treasurer.
A DM I .N I STltATOIt'S SA I.K.
Of rial i-tito. lty virtue of an order and
ili-rree of tli coiintv com t of Alexander
midurViiiiifd, idmlnl-tnitbf '6t 'UlV -iWM
ot Albert li. Whltakcr. ileteacd,
lor K-Je to ell the real cs'ale
.r.1.1 ilireinnl. tit the U't
January term of said i-otirt, to-wlt. un the
I u. iufi.ili iIjv ol .laiiusrv. A. 1. 1 tT 1 . 1
tU, on .'jtnrday, tue .twenly-tillh day of
j . in.. aitirvri:u.i;.H " r aiii ViTv
t atl.llbli.- ,Ih. at il,. . . J .
ollhe -ourt WU:r7 i il V y o ci ro In
Mid county. Ilia following uI.hiV," rV."
ejtate.ltiiale.lln the city or Cairo, i-ounty
ul Alevanilcr, mid Main of Illinois. t.Mtlt :
I,ot niiuilier.-.l nln. ii i in, .,., c.,,
and twenlv.oii.. ('li. in I, i, .'..i ,,,lr..il
forty-seven (47,. mul lot nuinliered thirl)
one i;jj, In block miiiititred forty-nine
all In the llr-t addition to the city of Calm,
Terms of sale to be as follow : One-third
caih in band, ont-third in three months, and
one third In t-lx months Irom this day of sale
the purrhaK-r to she notes, druwiii)- six
per rent intrreM, lor tbo deferred pa),
ments, .cciired by sale mortgage upon the
GKOKca: Fisiiki:, Adiulnitr.itor,
of the estate, ot Albert It. Whllaker,
deceased. 9 tr'i'MlAjw U
luui! tilth, 1HT4.
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Levcii, over Mathu.s ,t UhlV.
IsaST-A'oiic hut jirtt-iltm Cowpanira
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
OP Al.f. KINDS, HARD AND HOIT,
Keep comlnutly on liunil
Mill and Yard, C
Conner 81th Street
and Ohio Lcvoo.
Saltorrt, Morris & Candeo,
7!1 Ohio Lcveo, City Nutional Hank
Uuilding, Uaiho, Ills,
The oldest established Agency III Southern
lllliiol., repre.iutini; ou-r
(MslissmT sssssFss "sm.
Jobbers and Retailors or
Cliomicalrf, l'ittt'iit Ali'ilii-incs, lVrfttnicry, Soaps, HimihIics,
Toilet t Artieles, Dniist'.s Fancy (loodrf, Collier "W'hito
Lead ami Other tirades, 1'aint.s, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Cilass, Wax Flower Material, Trbo Colons, J)yu
Stuffs, Etc., Etc., -:tc.
We Solicit eorri".linudenc and onler. Irntn Drnrul.t", I'hyslelans and Oeneial Stores
III tviint or Ooods In our l.lliu. hteiilnlio.it, rinlitatlo'i and Kanilly .Medlviue cases luru-i-hed
or Itelllled Kith Iteliahlu DrUKS at Keai-ouahle Hates
WHOI.KSALE Jb UKTAIL, UKTAIL & l'ltEtCKII'TION-
74 Ohio Lever.
T. J. KER.TH,
BEER.WART, ORTH &, CO.,
Hollow Ware &c.
M.ir.uf.ictnrcr aud Jobher of
TIN, SIIKhl Uiox anil COITKIttVAIti:
l'uinii.. Hint Oayc.. Ice ( roam Kreei-rs
..ler Cooler.. Wire Cloth lor Wld
.low Scrfeii.,,lutiane.l Ware.
tiuttcriiig and .lob Work
A Kent lor the
Garry Iron Roofing Co.,
The hen iron ItoolinK In tho .Market.
Order, from Ahroad will Hecelie I'soiuj.t
All work dnim ulth Dlsimteh nml Wairan
tvd to Kite Satisfaction.
AI, MTart AOKKUir,
.lolai Q, lUniug
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
lEB .AXj ESTA TB
And Land AK.iil.ol IIiu Illinois Onlral unit
lUii'llnKlun and .MU-onfi It. K. Cos.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
C. WINSTON & CO.
Re.'il Estate Agents,
74 Ohio Lkvkk, (Second Floor,)
Iluy and Sell ItKAI. KSTA'i'K. 1'av TAXHS
Kunilshea Ahstracte of Title,
WOOLCTT'S PAIN PAINT
Cures all kinds ot imlns. Kor sale by
sjole agenta for Alexsndcr, 1'ulaskl, Unluii
and Masao oountles. Ot-C-ll-iin
PAINT WW Ii
1ii-IiIiii,'1(iii Ate. ror. HIkoHi Mt.
mil en K km j
And Dfil.r In
! KKH3H AlKATS,
Kldiiru Htkkst, met. Wasiiinotox aj.jj
1 CoMMKr.tlAi ,AVK.adjuliilii Ilanny s.
li. !' the iK.t of Heel, l'ork'.Mllttoli srtl,
linili, jiijk'"'. ' Ie., ami Is prepared to
rrv laiiillle. in i aei-ilnljle uiaiiiier
TTT7C DE3C353 3-
Ami Orahr In
ALL KINDS OF FlMvSH MKATS
Near Cor. Twentieth Street and
OA I ltd. ILLINOIS
HYLAND &, SAUR
Ami lli.tli r- in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of ee.-y .ltcriilliin,
Cor. Kilh Street ami Coiiimer.i.il .enuc,';
Next door to the 11 land Saloon
s" smmsmimssMssbmsissss(s sMSHSsMassssasasMasMMaisasskSS W
WALL & ENT,
M.nnif.i. tiniT. und Di-nl. r. Iu
GREEN AND SEASONED
IjUAIHIJK AM) liATil,
1'01'LAK, OAK, OVI'KU.S, AdII, OUM
AND COTTON WOOD, UU
D11KS9KI) l'INK, AMlI AND I'OI'
LAK FLOOItlNO, OKII.NO AMI)
tSTOillee at inw mill on ronu-r of Tweu-ty-.eroiid
Hied and Ohio Leseo.
Boot & Shoe
Iletweei) Tenth ami Klevelllh Utreets,
lit prepared In fill "rdern wltuoiii delay,
llo has a tine .t-k or imir.rtt.t leather on
hand, Jii.l received from Niwpork, ami ha.
put down Iheprlceii to lye. lowest noteli,
iih'.h Street, lititrrceu Washlii;ton Mj
Coiinuerclul Avenue, ; -.