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tor:
UAH It All A 1IVT.
who lm.
M vrMir a
lii'fr'nn-
' 7 t" n -
tivc Stale, hn luiUd! OoWit llio loiy of
Baronm i'fU.-iclirs,fcUililYJn xyiiK . by
wnittior, to soiia trutu. .Mi llo'li -rf-firfHW
4iids'' llml Oci riickboji'"
nrmyjM .notjia by ilr-. I'rJealileN
bon- on tlic oor.i-lon rcfrri'-'l to. tlnit
Sirs. rr!ctcilWlJfn5ut!irht r liMtlYoiit?
of lieiViJJljIoMCX!:',! tint -hi' iliil not
aviivo a flaif In -liort, that Hip wholf
Atovy U n iwilcail fjbyliytluii.
A WAHMNIJ K riXI.OUN.
Lincoln l.otlyp No. 201. at I .iii'-oln. III.,
wnrii t tibUJAW of (H Wfife to Af h'
lor nn expelled member of tint! Lodge,
mined .Sol. 11. .Smith. Ity irnudulent
neaiu, hetjliMlne I the?. A. 1 ',', and
th; iuc of the Lcult-i' Soil, nnd'it. visiting
Lodgei In this Jstntr. , J.Ie U u In i-il ( Mil
I'ellowtailsT.nglMi nml Oeriinn. N
about -ixnV! hljrli.'diirk e'omjilexlon mid
strnlglu form undti.T otvnpatlhii. a pain
ter and wliltu-ivn.-lipr. The l. M., X.
O. and It. S.of Lincoln I.odire, "Look
.,..,, . . . ', . ,:
7 '
STATi;Tlti:AMtll.
I'll" Slue Trcnsinvr'- lepoi t I'm-the
month of April -how- welpH and ex-
p.uiditn5Kto i n luilon s iCi--l 1 1' i -m
nirii-.
Krvcniir fuul
ui.',l i
tar s;
Mil,',- 7
''i i :t
SI.MT at
"'(.llOOl fUl')i.-...
iJioft boii'l hrnO
KcfUmllns fund ; ....a.. .
I K Innir.niinciii fnn'l .. ......
I'iWfttl I 11 " 1
'Iii.t 'i,:n.74l 1
nitn:-l:Mi'.si-
Rufiui-fiiiul HI, 111
Kcfuwlliiif fund '., ., MVI.IIi to
.School fuinl .-,1:5 (.',
llllnol" virirlinjiitjaKiilumtJrt-4. M i?"Ui.ll
I t II II limit , vi V'".'
Lc.il VuihI fiiiul ...,. , . . I.if'l n
Tut ii .
i. try iii !
lllt.ll' AMI MI.VII.
1r. ll4nwuoii
pounded il new medieal fheorv I'lileulaiotl
to aron-c eoiiiiderahlc ilbeii'-lon and in
terest. At a late meeting of 'the Neuro
logical oeiety in New Vor,k, hj.'Mite,ad n
paper entitled "The lirafn not tlic .Silo
Organ of ihe JIiml," In "which he lu--t.inted
ixamplei ot the removal of ihc
bniln fiom the head- of arloii-- iinlmal
and their inotlom while lirthat condition
-llOMlllii
. ..... 1
tllPIUl to he -MHitltU to
jiam
iii'ilf Jiiljig , Jhc' ( Wo i inuanJi
t'i o'capc from it that they
would have mul'-Hf iheir hrains
had been wherj! Ilioj Mioiild haw, Ih-i-ii.
Or llMiifoifniAf removed the en th-o
Imdn of a frog, and loiiud hy oxperlmeiit
that if placed on Its hack it would liuuie-
illatejy re-ume U nntnral po-lllon ; If
one leg were held hy a pair of foroep,,
the frog would inako nn eil'ort to draw It
away, and, not -ueeeedln-, would jilaee
Km iii,i. f,,ri n)r,i,.t tin-1 1 1 i in 1 1 ii 'i 1 1 and
make a -tiong- ellorf to ivhvi-o Hie fin
pil onrd leg hi that way. A deeaplfiiicd
illlgalor will ppifonn hi the -ainc man
ner, the million being . murh
tronger a- .the alligator I- strouser
than the frog. A headle-J nal;e will eoll-it-ell
into a threatening attitude, ami J r.
Hammond relate- that a teamster on a
wc-tern plain, wllohad -evered the head
it a rattlc-nike Irom II-body with his
whip, when bending down to examine It,
was ,-trurk hy lj full In the f,.reieail, and
kuuttd awjiy (rphl ' -ho;U I'.fii-isl y
th' blow. Dr. Hammond eonelulkA that
wherever then Is grav nervous. t!-ue
liuietion there is nilnd?and that his ex
pcrlments with the brainless frog- show
that the Np1n.il c6rJ Mi- the power ofper
eeptlouand volition.
in i; key A iPiTi mli'V.w n km
ins. A eoni ipondenee ha jit't betit ii'ado
imblie at .Memphis relatle to Ihu eelehrn-
ilon of dceonitlon d.ir at tlmt elty. The
cliKlrnian of the committee mi procc-slon,
appointed at a meeting of ex-t'oiifederato
inicn-3 and spldlcr-, and by their direc
tion, I-.ucd an invitation to all IVdcral
officer, and soldiers In tin- city to Join In
the prooc,-ion and exeivl-c- of ilm day.
The invlr.1tlon.re4d.-, "reeogui.ing the
honesty and patriotism of both side-, no
II t'netion will le made between jlie
ginvci of t!i.J Cbnicdfltte' rnJ O'edopl
Midlers" "and a,' -the' .-urvlvur--are
united by a common lotuitry and a
community of int reat In the arlou- re
latioiu of life,' nil are adjured to "come,
lorward and add their tejthiuiny. to the
hlghf tiMialltyof iiuiihuod ihe'yleldln
of life for the iMu-e one ndvm are.-."'
Ute'jraddii KiV'.hitf grh.Mii inio -an' hi
imal ob,erunn Jlvr, tja; epuntry ;
lure It is -oJUi!.vnvounO,'iigthat.-c."
tioiialfsilli)e;f,yI,t., , ,;l llylll!; Qltt
and lb . hi Ik ,d,iie- iikiuMtmpbi, where
Ccdei.il and ( otili il,.rati. -oidlois lie
Ide by Mde i lJui .vm,,,,.,,
ull strlle mid i.ll .h-wr,,. bensun
them larever (aid at rent, tltc iVIcmU of
tin lost eaiisuaud tlie.'nieiv-.i'uidiii .iio
mett amicably ,iu alL tiiu aviH-ailgu. of
life, idiould eonic together al-o in tn
Mine si)lrltql tjii- j,fin . (lie latin utcl
dead on vash niujhjg memorial day.
i'ho (nauascril :thc pro.rr.imine'Tif 11
llif In Mf.mlil.lt'l. i.'v l ...?. (-! t 'J
-.v ... ...M.(,.fMM,.v nv..rtll e;ilMJIf' 10r
tht K iple all'On r tlfe e6mitrj
TIC-iVii:itu('A.
On Monday nbxt, Viyx the topio ulltor
t theC hl(:aijo:,7iV-l't'-tiiotUui 'will
ill'crveMc at tbcVontciiltlaloniic rupture
ol TlconJeroga-by L'ttian A'lien. The
fort nami 1 Hn regarded n'tlm key to
Oanailu, nml, happily for the rebelling
colonists, wa "H-rdrtHry- bftf; 'fOyJit
ri-it coati.. I.OnLdon nnii VJoiiPonJ bav
hiU Ut-n heard bom, hr,)atHoiii- s iilrit of
our un(stor- v ttllJJj iejaj;ic
if lironilero,
Uhnu Allen wa !i,trUte, w(
H?n,"u WPw '"'
tnmty r-irfgirA orVnrpinit, li. retired
to the plakn-f tnuitor, where ln Wn
Jolntd by a -eir-aiiuisl battalion of two
I hundred and .-venlj men. To ioneh
' the fortress he n eompelled In p.i
i over two nilh- ot water, mid llioiuili onlv
one scow and an old Imat were to he had,
he made the a oyajre. The s-Iiij-le trntliiel
atteniptffl to exploile JiJ.thj'-loelj, hnl
tlierv was only"n TlaflTTi llii-fiHti. Lead
ing a tile of men. Allen riflied after Hie
rctrc'lln; -rntlncl. and entered tliehomli
proof. ('lamypiJiitliioiish tlii'cti'rinrlit
the men M.-ilenilly formed In the parade
ground. :rul then, to aronu the sleeplnjr
aiuiimi. ...... ..
j.rrjM,,. round of i ln.-crt
i.iM l)ol,iplae'lff' cbmniiuiuty, .
(.ap-
.ilo Pol.iplejpfiejbininandi; ni'hcd
out, pantfllorth In liana, si mi licit met
w hh tin demand for nnender, a-ked
"In wlio-i name;'" "lii.tho. name of tin
'lent .ie',ovnli,-iui(l Uit(t'mtini'nlal con-
.-on. 'till In It1.-! -lilrl tall, win laken o-p--ion
ot hy the Allui mi'ii, u loiniul
fiirrendei wa hardly iit'vsiiry. The
aitecci.a was a Iinnnrlunl u. It wt Monti
le.. WW I a r . . . a t . i
Our loeul reimrter ave the ihtaiN
tliaire-t of n nearo In thU elly.
of
on
Wi ilne-day la?t, hv another liigro, Avlm
claimed to he a poliijeman of Lvau-ville.
Indiana. The negro indleeinaii eiil i'eda
lle'-iiien'-liMekled lil nrl'oiier. and eoni'
th wharf and eonlimd hhn hi u -lale-
room. OlYieer- Lallueaud licehan, heaf
Ing of the aiii-t. vi'lled Hie -leamboar.
and found Hie ue-.'fo ollleer mid hi- ne-
:td prl-oner. The polieemau stated
that he hailjlcnrncd (thafjllti- piiom r.
w lio li?ldV')linii'dtol iVerinir jITi liidl.nm.
wa.iirrivtJ:lli!it fi-lhX Vleii.r to
i-liellll' Ir 111 that would haU' obtidiied
thai ollleer'.-a.s-l-l.iiiiv. il be had needed
it, hilt thai he had done the -job" with
out trouble.
This appear to Imjj ill-lii'd Ihi nlti
eers. but It will irot'-atlIan!dlheriier-
-oii w ho ha ailn'-pci r foitliuTlght.s of
Ibeeltleii. Hy what proper niithoilly
dida negro poliivinaii Irom a city in Indi
ana enter Cairo, ami vliliont (hie iiocef-
of law, lake Into eii'tody a negro lie
merely as-erb'd had been guilty of crime;
And by wliat ajitjiority ;- Oily man
tA'ken o'm Jf'llicjilriiOtioii Wfllllnol
wltlioiu a reipil-ltlou Icing made upon
(ioveinor r.eveiidge by the dovernoi tif
Indiana? It mayj.ie sahl the ictliu of
this outrage N a iiiiger.ibuf It .should nor
be forgotten, that. II a negro may be thus
a-.-aulled with a pistol and forced with
out ipic-tlon to leave Hie Stale, while
men may al-o b- thus outraged.
Some lime iigo two ollleer- from Teiiue
sjii arre-led a man named Smith In
.Ma-ae eoiintj', and without rciptl-ltiou
took him to Tennessee. fioV. Iteveridge
dein.'imled Smith':? leturu In ourjiiri-die-tion.
ami Hie surrender ol I lie ollleer that
they might be tiled for kidnapping. In
our opinion, the act we have referred to
above 1- a gi,'at:r.mid more insolent out
rage than the- Smith-kidnapping allalr,
and demands the attention ot the proper
ollleer- of the county and cily .
i ne vj'f .iunin.ueciaie.s (lint "ttiere
has been no more -Igiillleaiil fact in Hie
political lit-tnn ot the pa-t M'ar, llian the
utlrraiid iinUer-al failure ol liemoeratie
lei't-latiirfn, wherever they have been
(fled, to give -atlsftietlon to the people."
Till- U-a sweeping assertion, ami fal-e.
In Aikaii-a-, liepubllean legi-lature-oig.uiled
confu-ioii, robbery indgeiioral
political apd .social (k'niorall.atloii. A
Deinocralinleglslatiirogave to the Slate
jiioioiiiiu im'iicc, iii which, prospcruy
utiuning lo It- sorely lltre-ed jieople
In Loul-iana, the Iioh of the people is
in tlic election ofaljeinoeratii! I,cjil-1a-
ture. "
, ,lii .(teoi.'i.i, Ti iui(s,se, iClabania and
-North Carolina, with tbn Ineonilng ol
I leinocratiu legi-lat nrei, peace and pro
pertly returned to tlio-e states.
In SontU'Carolina. ycr nllllclcd hy
llepubllcani legislature, eorruptlon and
anarchy continue to be tlic rule.
Certainly, at the Souththere hit- been
no more -liiiili-aut fact than the nnher
sat falling, of Kepuhllcan legl-latliivi,
wlieroer they have heen tried, to give
satisfaction to the iK-opleaiul Ilm success
of Pcmoeratie legislatiitvn in driving out
anarchy nntl eorruplion, restoring tlic
reign of law and lione-ly.
Hut how is it at Hie Vonh?
"I'ho Jim,,.,,! will not eompkihi If o
take llliuol'jii- an lllustratioii. llllnol.,
aecoiilliijtHie'Jo.iWrnj, ha- been leg?
latetl forij ithc Itepidjliciuio tile -atl-faetlon
ofJtheTe'opleJ,'niid by tie- Demo-
cral. to their groat ili-sati-factl 'Phi,
is not true. In the days of liepubllean
legi-laUoii hi llllnol-, eoiruplloii was
ivuiniant. )rv.Mntl,Va Itulllo.il Miiuhir.
ami otlnr.. ol the smiie cias-of noliil.
ulan, -old Hie Uadleai inajoilty, -(-.Ion
ntter ..e..iou, to railroad coiniianie- and
every pcr-on.wlio. whljcj peeld leglula-
Hon aiiti,iiiui,uHiiiiiy tf.ipay f,jr It. Tlio
Lake i'rutit -dwindle, tin- Wlggln.
Ferry .lob, tJi I'libllc lustim.
tlons lla.e-dllics, the Sjieelal Leg
Nation Itobbeiie-. wie all eliaraeterC
tie of H idlcal h gl'liitres in llllnol
nil 'I'hej dl-graecd u. hi the cyo of the
World. The Si;l.- ,,i.i,',e not ,nlt.j
denj thl. Hilt lmp..i,eliiiieni ; and vet",
'with all Hiu corruption- ofltt p.irlv Mar.
JUg It ill tht fate, l ileiioioir,., tlmMMncs
legi-laiiire a- a Ijllmv, uoi bue:,u.e u wa.
corrupt. or.)MiSH-vl buy. It- -,oi,, not
liaye a'-eil, or f.tlleti t ,At, )aNV J(
hoitltl have jia-etl, but becm,!.
liU'inbcr. In iic IIousi inatn tool of
tliein-tlvc. and Hie .Speaker was trouMt
soine.lForniir pai l, we prefer a tiii buleul
legislature with Ifalms in tlie elialr of
the House, to a Jladlcul .lc-j-latiir lob
bing tho Slate In .m.i i.irihi ly nmj" vn.
tied manner.
Tint o cinrtlie Twentj'-htuth OMieral
As-enibly.Wtffallureflthlsiiict e.iriiiot tie
laid at Ihoaoorof thn 1 cniicratle lwtty.
That iiarty'dW not havii n majority In
clOu hoiife. It was unable to do HOC.
Ihlhwlthoiit the Anppor) of.th Indc
enijfiit IteiornieivwlKwere .not iclla.
l.i.. ' no.. ' ..,.. r .
me,
was
im necr a
political oiiesllou
pa-eii upon
Hi'- JK'iuocrailc
saloon, ihvw jhhi rrvolvtr. plie'i'd It to
the htrt'l fif Tnnotlui tjiyni. and eiled
Thnw n our liand-f " ijhen this
order ftiadku'c'iiTeomiilled with, the no:
ludejieiident- vobd with the leiu-
ocrat and the. Hmlieai independ
ent- , oted with (hi. Itadleals.
This tfaet I'oudeh'd Impossible, prompt
artloiT--rendered Impraelleahlo theeiVort
to unite the Uoinocral-iind JndupcndctiU
upon any programme. The Oppo-ltlon
was a dl-orgauled hand, each fellow
hoollug at random ami as often hitting
his friend-as ht- eiieinle-. It biu-l not
therelore be charged that tho Heinooratle
party Is responsible for the Halne-dsni of
the lain K'.H-lon ot the Aenibly.
The fact I-, that, wlienever Hip, lieliio-"eT-afs.
arllng wltli'a (foVernor and oilier
Stale ollleer of the sunn parly, have had
control ,ot the legislature ol a Mate,
economy and lioneMv liavc been the rule,
rtnd llni legislature, If no the wlH3t. fia
been good in comparison with lc,"i-lalur'
of the Jladleal pairy.
i:ihtoki ii, iti:ms.
- Tope i'ins Ninth I -lek.ainl coiis.id.
cr.ible alarm I- felt on lit account.
Twenty-MAi'ii negroe- were -etil fiom
till country to l.lbi lia la"t year, and It
eiHt Hi Ani"rle.iu t olonl ition Soelely
StlknoVi to get them there.
Hani' county, (jeorgia. hn- been ia.
lted by lie lornadiies since the aoth of
March lut. Toe late-t one -wept over
the uulorliiiiale coiinly on last Sattuday
au'd left death mid dl-triiclioii hi II path.
ItblewdoWii hou-es, fences and tree.
nud killed a largo number of people.
-IVc-imorcland. I'cnn-ylvauia. will
celebrate a centennial anlilM'l'-ary on the
Kith in-t. e-lniorelaiid w.i-n long way
from the i-cpiic- oik revolutionary b.ittlo-
u liuudred years ago. but no town in I he
original thirteen colonies can allbrd to do
wltboiit a ccnlvmiluL.aiul Wcsliiiorcland
wllNrlebniie. on general principle'.
in a pecuniary point. in view, ii.m
Bryant did a good tiling for hi- family
when be died. He wa- buried about two
wcknigo. and Ids widow and children
hive leeched over twcnty-llve thoii-aud
dollar- hi "inemorlal-" from the deceased
actoi'V prpfeslonal friends.
Wc-IVcildcnt Vll-ou vl-iled tln
grave of lieu. Taj lor. near Louisville, on
Wcdne-day la-t mid remarked on -eelng
its neglecti d condition ; "How .-trange
nud -ad tliat the burial place of one who
-lud-omti"h lit-tcr upon the inilllarv
and civil anual-of hi-country -hoiild lie
thus iicgleetcd'niid fiirgotten !" .
MINING TROUBLES.
KIKNDISH OUTRAGES PEKl'ETKATED IN
PENNSYLVANIA.
AII'iiiilH In lleslro I. He mikI I'm, p.
ert.
J'on- ii.i.i:, I'd., .May C Hejioits
fiom the upDcreoal ivl'Ioii Indicate con
stantly Increasing outrages. At several
place.- wliere miners have hown a tli-po--Ition
to rc-iimc woi k, thi'iat-autl cotllii
notice- have been po-ted about Hie mine
as warnings. A large ineli wire rone.
u-ctl for tlrawlng coal bv Hie I'hllailel
phli nud Heading eonipauy oer Cordon
philips, was cut m live tilace. eonniel Iiil'
ii suspension of eoal"lilp-froiiiSliaiuoklu
ami aoove ior a nav.
U'ii.Ki:-n.tiiiii:, hi., .May (. To-tln.v
wa- the tf iii- cet hy rre.sltlcnt I'arrl-li for
Hie miners tit Sugar Notch to resume
work, or lie would have tlx iiuiiiii-:-toi-
pt.'tl ami allow the mines to till up. The
miner- .till refused to go in. ami the
pumps ami other imichlni.ry will lie ic-
moveii ai once, j ucre s no pro-peet ot
the. drlkp ending -oon. The miner- aie
a-deterinined as ever and are every day
leeciylngald from other .-eetion-. l'liilng
this wcek;they received ICS barrels of
Hour and a iiianlliy of groceries from
niliiersot .-mall companies at I'lttxhurg,
ami have a promisi! ol -J.V) baircls uioie
to-morrow.
Last night Hie hoii-e of Kcrnard Me
Dade, a miner, living In Kingston, wa
nt tacked by a gang of men, women and
lioys, and .Mehade' was lieaten until hi
lilt' is dc-paircd of. III. house was liter
ally ileinnll-hcil. JleD.nle has b-cn
working throughout the suspen-Ion. and
thl. iniitlo Iiini a "black-leg " In miner-'
parlance. When the gang left, thev told
him that lie would ho killed if he went lo
work again without the consent o the
"diners' national union.
Tlic M'timiin's I'ori'litii Hissloiiiirv ho.
elelj.
I'.ii.riuoin:, May (i. The -Ixtli annual
meeting ol thn general executivo commit
tee of the Woman's I'orelgn .Ml-slonarv
nocletv, of the Metliodl-t Kpl-eopal
ehureh, Iw-gan In this cltv estentay. Thu
North-western, St. l.ouU. Cincinnati and
other branclies of tlio .society were fullv
ivpresentetl. .Mr. F. A. Crook, of Haiti
more, wa- cho-en prc-ldcnt for tho ensu
ing year, Mr-. It. I!. Halt), secretary,
ami .Mr-. Lar.ney, of I'iiiladclphia, as-xi-lant
?eerelary. Ili-hop Ames m.
(Ire."Cil the ladle-, warmlv eoiumenillng
(heir woik.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
PALMER HOUSE.
CIIIOAGrO.
Tho Lnrgost unci Host Furninhotl
Hotiso in tlio World.
ENTIRELY FIRE-PROOF.
Price Roilucuil,
150 Jloonu with ttoitra, $3.00 per ilay.
160 a.60
loo ; $4.00 "
too UXo
ioo ' ts.oo
.S? ! V "'' Ullil,hv '.,("',,'i"i J'liruliiiif.
?il
DC. FOOTES CIGARS.
All mnU by bund, Ihe Ik.i in
Ills1 tin n I t.miuimis will Hint
tlimi Willi Dealer nnt Hinl-clim
l"es. 'I lit- xennllif liuM'lli,! imine
l I . loulviir I) C.r'.eii Hi,; la
'"'I Hi l I'lillnlH nre Din tie llenrv
I .yJiirKitiiinl unall e "lln-n"
. , ... lt;r Kit I lunar (eMni uiui) Klor
'oi'" '' J"-' .'-,'u I'l'i'lleul Clirur It
lullai lllrhmiil I air i!ni. ,
TO THOSE nr LANDS IN
Tholowti R. R. Land Company
Is!!1.!.".'"'"'''-'0'"1" "Vl r leVn.f'O licit h al mi ami
K u-'wl It. H llaif.ln 111- .MM.IIe It".
a: ;; ttvviu1, !s,,:,,. ""w ;r 1 r""b3,v,,":
...... v. ,,1111, ruiiiuii.i. In 1
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(lAiei't Mniiilitr) mil"' I till lot 1 1 lluljdlujj, cor
ner inlilliittnti nMiim nml Twclflli nlrri I
Tub l'.LLi.i.tis Is nrri-t tu city ;nli,crlUrliy
nitlliflil e-irlCMutTvcnl-riM' Cent- a Week,
tmyalilewo kly. Ily M.11I1 (In a'hiinre), Jlotn-r
nuinuu) x iii'tiitlis, tii tbnv iiuhiIIh, .!) one
ir.'inlli, 41 ;.'.
THE WKEKLV BULLETIN.
Pnlili-liKl nery TlnirAl.,-- iieiliilitBftt l i.
It iinutim, ImniliiM) m ivlrmite. 'IIidj-oMio'
en Hie Wnkly will I.,. t,ivfi.lril ll.i ollli c, "i
llul (IlliM Dk t' Will uliUui f"l H Mlli, ,ii
ruv i.f tt a J'vul.
ADVKRTIHINU HA'I'KH.
ll .1 I L 1 i j
t'i is L'.,i.!, n.'i Kiiiiuiu ' w j
tine iti3ic, (nip nscrtwii, I ti i
tlni if)UuU', iM.i nitellinlK ;.i
(Hn1 "(Hale, iiiii- nL, ,v,
, 1 1;: Winre, Iwn Wrrk', .1
On'.' '.tiuv, thus tt ,-.),, m
IK' . (III'1, ulis' IlKilllll ., i.;
K K k.' I. V .
Hue fitn.i, imp lliwilinii, mi
Kt'cli siili'ritiriil in-ttllnf ,..i...V..;. .VI
je'tiiie iiietj i- a quints
l?ln ii(.'iilitra lw itl-tri, Meeilii fiiirim-lii-ilnc.ciiit
lit-, Iniih a. In rutc ul etiares ami m.m
tier nf ttljilu Iiir llielr I'uura.
5."".NtltTi In Im.il tviltimii lineittd tvr Kll
tieii (Vul- r llnv i'.ir iiiw lunTllmi, 'liTfiily
( intt a Hue fir inn lii't rlloii,, I wonty-rbf
t'tttls a llfn fir Hirer iiieitli.iif, 'i l.ii t y-11 s j
l.tiil- t line l'r niie mrl -,inly-t lie
l.'inl- a line for mie iicnljj,
. - ....
Communlciitionn upon kabjects of Hn
eral liUnr.-nt to thu nuhllo nollcltutt.
RJ-A1I It 'lei- -liriulil I'hii4-s III
.HJ1IX II. OIIKItl.V,
rii.,itleni Hiliv lliillitln i:miiinr
.m:v Aiv:ansi:Mi:.TN.
.SI..VS'S.'i.MSt,S,HiSi,(.MV-l.V'..'V1 I
1
FREE! FREE!! FREE!!!
THE PIOUEEH,
A liaiiilsninc illii, trat,s! !iewi.iiu t-.i-rmlniiiittjr
Irit'.n mation lor rwrvl.i.iK '1.1 U lm nml
wlit'ic In ...rnie n HtiMi; eliKip. "tut ritelonll
hiIs m' Ilm wi.ilil
II eoiitaliia Hip N, w I Ioiiil-i. il nml 'l imit v
UiH , Willi nil., i- inn le-llnt; iimllrrliiitml tnily
III till- n j r
SEND FOR IT AT ONCE !
II ullt only m-tt you a I'ii-(al Cant. SViv
iiliinl-'r liir .iillji.t mil, .MMre-4
, I . DAM-,
IjiiuM itiiiiiils-lniiir I . I' it. II.,
Iinaliit. Nvli
C. COLBY Sc CO.,
FRUIT PACKAGE KANQFACTURESS,
itr.Mos iiAitiimi, mil ii
I lie i'iii.iitiifi'!ili In itinlmc eNllh limit r
Hie linn luntieiif OjIIi.v,Iiii;Ii:iiii,V Cn. i-d.,,ih-nl.
C, i;illiy A Co. t III eonliiuic hi tin-Lni.j
ii'-si, ami lie kIh'I I" linirfium nil In wnutur
Berry Box, Fnaoh or Orapa BavkotH.
(l. t: 1,'HI. xr.tt, ptuu, :t Water -I.
(.'lileiiKn.
! 'flaciiilk'Ciit Gin
i:Vi:i lll'Flilll'U. LOt .1. .tUKNTS
nl.(l ,,,rhfr lor liir Yxno, w p.Vtav lamlly kiii lll.rty
jmni.l, Is l.rff. jt. hoi-. Tl tbn, ' ith Tn Ken ,
U irtttt ' ill iiiuxu'llr.ullf Itunl iutrlu ,lnai.l.util-l
Atiwrl.. Il'v.tr.lwl, a i.prB J,ia.li.u f Aotrliftn.ii,rr
l.f.y Mi'.fttkllfl;liriVi4tirnittrfTi.
IA III WILLIAMS i tl)..(oi si - HlMlnMM.,N V.
MAimiEnteTi-ffair,1; single
Imlltit fun tarn u 1 lit lo fnrlunei ull iier-oiu run
-ell lliiiliraliiiliet wunt It. 1 lie ailfcle is 11 url
iniiiioM mi nl on one iinlieiull' ii-isl. 1'rulll
Iniii.i iifC. U'rllt' fur elrenlar- In
JAS. M. VllWAItr, rrunklin, Ih.
$PJrc!On l"" ''-J' l',,niv- Teni.s
liKtT fell.N'sOXAro , I'orlliiml, lie
$77
A 'Ki:i L'u:innil.,.l in m ill mid
feinuld ityenls in llielr Inritlllt .
I nit - iMitlilnx In trr It I'lirlii'UlaM
Ititi 1' U K UKUV fu..
AllCH-ta, -Mr
-13-VC lt(IMAM.T,OltSOI'r,CIIAItMIMf"
J llnw illlirr M' in ay Usrinutf unit Kln
Hi' lowmvl aOtetlon lU'wiy r riii lliey elionse,
liirl.iiill.v 'I 111 uit ull run iiusmb-, free liv mall,
tor fei nts tot ll r tilth n Muriiir-f 'lliiitle,
Kurptimi Oritele, Drcuini', HlnMIn ijnllx. tie.
I.MHi.inaiHiM, Atilierlioii).. .VMrrs 'J', WIL
LIAM A I ii., fuMI-liern, riiilelil.lilj.
j .-il.vw-lni
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fa9hlonablo Barbor
AND
HAin XXl.XIfil3QXL,
.south smn nr mourn sritHKr
Untwetm Wunhtimton ami Comnmrclnl
Avciuuen.
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
Wiloox'a Blool&t
Corner Poplar aurl EUventh StreoU.
yiIighoat Cash Prico paid for
Hogs and Cattle
PRESCRIPTION FREE.
FOIt Dim Mnnly cure of Semliiol WraklirtH.
U. ; MhiiIkhmI nii'l ull tlliiiileni lirniiKlii
ouliy iiiili.eniiiiii tir t.M Any lJnigirll
, .m-W'."' K- "'IION A CO.,
l'il-oSw-ly Cincinnati, Oliio,
I'HVMICIA.VS.
w
ILT.tAM R. SMITH, M. D.
IIKSIIli:S( l;. Nn -: llihlmilli -tnel.lio-(hcji
WnsliliiHlnn iiveniiciiiiil Wnlnnt tii et .
.VftlCIIi.Vorlli Mile of l'lglilli jitnvt tie
Iween Commercial inut W'usliliiKlrniiieiiili'
q w. dunnincCm. D.
ia:IHKNCi:: Cornir Mntli nml Wuliuit
liffts.
OKKICKi Corner Sixth lm t unit (Milo loc,
OKKIC'i: ItOfllni rrniiifiii.iii. I'm , mid
from 'i lo d i in
J)K. W. BLAUW,
Qormnn Fhysioinn.
tlFKK'IJi llmlrr'n llloek, (iii-.M.iirs, miner
t:iitilti slin'l ami WiulihiKli'in iivnine
i.awvi:rs.
Allti'ii',V al fiinv.
I Mt:i. ll.l.lNOtH
I niTICI. Cixlitti .Unit, N ltvien i;..i,,inrr-
t in) umt WmOiIiijIIiiii ii unlii-.
I JAMUKI. V. WHKKIiHIt,
IJ
('Kl'lt II. (Hum l.tlle, i.r n.lli fill li.-l'lr
iH'i'iite liy I lift .Nnlloiml llittiL,
I lll. II.I.INOI
A OII.BRRT,
.41 lOI'IIO-i'S lllltl CoilllSt'lOI'N
III t.ww.
Ill I'll . (Iiiii i.e.fe leniiii. ,n.l h
i iu .i iii.ii.it Una,
WIllKiull i,r.ei, 1
win. .mi ii i.iiiuri ; i n:t tt.t ism-
Mile flfl l, l.lllH-il S
t- -".,iitl alltiili'iu fiUtii 11 Adiiiiii.lle nml
luiinlat l.ii-liii-i,.
si'i'i'i.v tn:i' r.
VALENTINE RESCH.
Stt'iimboat, Hotel nml Family !
SUPPLY DEPOT
AM, t'l M.I II IS
Groceries, Vegetables. Game,
POULTRY,
Flnh, Rj-g;-, Northern Butter, Ac.
Eighth Street,
Between Wnbtniton anil Commerclut
Avntiuon.
SlJ'fiut'lii tl'l Hit Inn nfiliarsr.
i:.i. i:itati: .i.i:.vr.
1 JOHN tt. HARMAN & CO.
Real Estate
i HOUSE A.C3-EX-TTS
COLLECTORS,
CONVEYANCKKS, H0TAUIE8 BUC
I.iitul Amenta of tliu Illinois Cntitral nml
IJuilliiKton uiul OuUiuy It. U.
CouiDaiiloM,
Ntii'lU Cor. Sixth nutl Ohio Luvnn,
OATRO. II.T.TNOIS.
t ; innviii
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
HJEAL ESTATJG
-ivr
ECouso Agonte,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICK-At the Couit Kouno
SPRING!
9 " W&i
V-JciTTTif-nrTi-n t
'mJ I I IWI VI li.K
Prices to suit the Times.
Wholosftlo ViKuroH, but No C'rodit!
Noxt Door to Stunrt & Clholson'si
EIGHTH STREET,
BETWKKN COMMERCIAL AND t
WASHINGTON AWMVV.H.
W-v!.!?' ':"! K Httuti-,., l.-ti , Itilil-mn.
1 f-A: ,!.,,-.,,, Iff. I.'uflilna- iii h..
i KM i;Iom'.'. llo..,.iv. Worsttil,.
Als'Ulif Ti'llr.' Uiv-, iM'niiri'
j OOJ.18ET.
I Ami nil the nt- mlivnr tiimmlii.t; Mil. mr
Miring unil Mimiiitr.
RT?"llnf Kumli nlll liitililnt rryluM lit;
lilt'., lui I.A-ill innl I ami nM f.l-'.tif
HOWE
I THE WORLD RENOWN J2D
i
"lllt.l.NAI, ItllWI,
Sewing Machine
'.'nil It-"" li nt nnr olllio ii In liiw sin', li,-.t,
lit if wilt l,i m liiunil n I'n I nml ,-,.iia,i, t,.
I' K. Als.i uaiiiiil niiiviif
mi Silk, Spool Cotton and Mh
I'U'O i-rniinvWiln lii Ijiiyn
Firm-Class Sowing Muehino
slimilil ntiifuli lorHlUmliMiinlni. inn unit liint
ami tviin, I- Ion: iiniiliiHlni,' tUfUlit ii'
Wffliilin fur llil miiohliif
I'miK'i- lliirnliillly, Nltiiilcl-. mill
t:iy or Oiornlliui,
Aini Iwlturoilaplnl fur nil Mtnlnif umL Hum
tiny ntlivr miitlilnti in thu iniiiki'l, uml nil)
xumuiilii' unite MilgrnclliMii nl'l on
Monthly Payments if Dcairod.
THE HO WE MACHINE CO.,
I'm m i (jiimntit'iitl uicmiti innl Nlulli St
I-'.' I II' I'.tlllO, ll,
IMU'tlUlriTN.
BARCLAY BROS.
Whole.nlo
DRUGGISTS
AND
PAINT AND
JOBBERS AX7D
PATENT MEDICINES. TO.'LTiT ARTICLES,
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOODS, l.' JLLIER WIIITiJ LEAD,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW GLASS,
HRUSIIES. SOAPS, COLORS, OILS,
TUBE COLORS, DYE STUFFS.
CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY,
VARNISHES, ETC., ETo.
Tt: ' ilii it i in siioiiil, ,ue ami ..nil- lli.ni I rtl,-i l I'm - .elim nn.1 l.tneni) -Ion III n tin
ui i.i"ii
tlilli li
ui kiirtt in our line nrniut, l'l.iiint..in n-1 I itnl; 'l-liniii in-s rintl-ltl or
llllr.1
lialilc I'nv-hl it i-"i.iillo rat"
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
T4 Ol'lo I.cvi'p.
CAIjRO
WM. GLENN & SONS.
I
Head-Quarters
I IMMEXSB STOCK'! CIU'.IT
COFFEE Rio, LaKiiayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR New Orleans, Hard and Soft Refined.
SYRUP Now Orleans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS
Finest Assortment in the West
Commission Merchants,
M III
Provisions,Flour,Graiii, Seeds, DriedFruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
G8, 70, and 72 Vine Street, CINCINNATI.
r r-iin
2T. M. STOGKFLTH,
Importer and Wliolcsnlo Dealer In
Wines and Liquors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Kcojiu n full Ht ick of
X-S.cr-Lt-ULolE.y 23 oxxrb on ,
Monongalicla, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
IKKMA ISLAND .WD (MLIFOIiM, WINES.
( w mtim mmm&.wmaMm9mmmm
i
nml Rntnll
-
OIL DEALERS.
RETAILERS OP
I RETAIL Si fRESCRTi-TION
I Wu-ihlimtob Av.,Cor.fith St.
for GJ-roceries !
.lilETVi! A)W I'llll'KS!
A I I II- IN

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