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Tlio Secretnry of AVnr, In a fotmiiuiilca
tlon to tlio llotiV, mjti that in tlic iM of
Jluy, 1801, tlic l'nMciit Niio.l n prucla-,
inntlon rnllins out ft volunlerr force of 41,.
000 i.flloer mid mm In rrvi llireo yrnrs
unless soonvrtlischsrpri, Air Uu nyp1?':
siou of the Ituurwtlon gniniltho'niitloiml
iiutliorit.v, wllh n pnuii'lst) of $100 nt tlic
floftlipn-rvifi, 3'lio jHibllauxIgon.
riftwlmrf, Jiowovrr, turn nt io lenu u inc
HCCOpiflnCi' Ol ll"WIiy .III. IIUIHU.JI KW.
cut s5lmv1'nil4? the rocctit decision
ofilirsilprfinroiirtif tlio I'nftcl h'intcs
uifli volitntour who entered tlic
X'rvlit' utid'T tlio proclninntloti is entitled
to mi alluwnnro or Iwmut - .of.jJtOO. irre-.-poftlve
of tlio fact tlint ho lu'glit not have
rvi.l nt lcnt two yenrn-'niirequlri'd ly
the net of Congress of .1 uf- 22, 1H31, nor
Uel.opncllsolinrgel utt Account of wounds
h jirovfdojljliynlt-fuerit ncU of Congress
Imt jirovldeiljTiiljrjtliat li!liiul boon lion
oraMy 1iclinrj;iil. Tlic W'nr l)i'mrtincnt
is now railed u hi n by the accounting
olllcor of tlio Tronmry to ilcignuto tlio
forty regiment of volunteer who nro jo
l regnrdod n cMcrlty; tlio survleo under
thu President's procliiiinitlon. Jleing tin
ablu to determine tlio question thu Secre
tary, In udvsmco of Kxeciitlvo nctloti, sub
mit ttioqnetton of hire AtidJiulico "in-'
vol vHo Congress, vrlilchftlono nppenrs to
! vetod yitli tlic noccuary power to dc
cldijtheinmo totho satisfaction of nil con
ccrnw. Wjio further snys It would nlsonp
jwnr to bo simple Justice thutiill volunteers
who were enlisted nt any tlmo during tho
rebullioii, for threo years or during the
war, und who uuro discharged before they
had erv&l out iho last two yean, union
they uercdUcllnrgcd to receive promotion,
thould reclvo tho snmo bounty hi tboso
who enlisted under thu proclamation of
.May, IbOl, Ifthoy have not. ul ready re
reivrd tlio hllntvnnco.
It KUOY.U. blTJl i: V. I y. I I.
Kunvla, tho capital remover U in Wash
ington urging tho object of lila ambition.
nion.n'll poisiljlcniiil 'many Impossible; oc-
fusions, IIo llm chlled for u national cap
Hal convention to bo held at Cincinnati.
'11... V- - .. n ..
lofjt jciuitne expresses tnu
opinion that It' tfiocapltnl really ought to
in- !iinvei, -wny men it ouglit to Ij
moved. "If, thu American people," snys
Ireely, "forrensons sntl.fiictory to them
selves, prefer a dllloront location for tlio
capital, then it U high time that tho fact
wercftsccrtalnod and respected. Thoques
tinned lmi been raised and it ought to Ikj
fallyconildon-Unnddiflsivoly adjudicated.
It I. not well that millions alter millions
are spent in enlarging public grounds and
iiiultlfyitiu publla edlllcei destined to bo
nbHiidiuied; nor is it right that inch ox
peudituros khould bo Incurred in order to
ftrongthen thu argument ngaln.t a re-l(Kit-tion
based oil the vast tmounti. of puldic
money exjx-uded on the present capital.
"I-et us llit decldo that.tlm rapltol i
or i not to reniuln where It I.; the net on
conformity bn our knowledge. Wo know
thatiur westward march has been arrested
by racllle, whllo our southern l-oundary
eemi H.'rnmnently tractd by Itlo Oruudo
mid (ilia. It neem- lit that tlnj federal
iiietroMili khall bo placed wheru it i to
remain or located where It now Is.'
This "MA" avowal . hlghlv ere.litablo
to the whlte-hatted jdillosopht'r.
t&" Houston mnki-s usiruiti; nml cunidit
hiji'mI to tlio Toxus J.cglsliituri) to nuivo
down to that city, 'wlicry tlmre nro nil),
rouds and tenml.oMs ami n sli!p liaiua-l
i-xtwtcd, mid every other cativenii-nro for
vlsltlnn nnd lelii vlsliwl, nnd lot. of enjoy
ment io iigmun tlio arduous nnd vexation
.l...f... & I l.l!.f.. u nt. .
iiiuirn ui srKisiniinii. 1 110 intlllltCM UfO
usuinil Unit thuv shiiU 1 trislcil lik
jirincpn, for the usiiiiJ consideration.
teiyTlio Surz; Cunul, is now coiitctidud,
Mill rlnniiclnlly; full,,' (.-cujsu tlio rooeint
urn small nnd tho expenses huavy, thu sin
gli Iti'iu of dredging out the deert sniids
drifted In by tlio.wlnds utln- four fully In
M tho tolls. .JJuUH, will not fnlli for if
tKh sary.nll tho.Kuropoan Htatmi on tho
lInl.tirrBiiCJin, having had n tnste of It
Soc'l fruit., will comhlno to Mfiirn tlio
c r
-
w 1 he toilette of tho celobnitrd trn
KwiK tiiit, ltn-hi l, Las been tho subject of a
pi'iiiiiis iniuroversy In i'nrls, nor eneinlei
ninH..ertoll that tho plastic etlect of
her atliru wm du to iirtllielal folds. Thy
iinem-iiu-sliMc furnUhod uvldenoo to show
"'"'" '"""K could U further from tlio
trutn, ana tlmt thu elus.lcal fit of her gnr-
let .ud to Z . :'''''t graVo and
itiTAi.ew politic W0VCIIlt.llt rc.
ported lc bo c.rR.Bl.ing ift Ohio. A Kroul
number of war iK-mo, rats w,o went Into
tho llopubUeuu party durmg th, war aro
nowanxtons to & Uclc sgul,,, ahd are"
making overtures for Umt puri,06l)i Jt j4
sorted tht rorreindeiiee ha, been
entered Into between leuai..B polUu.Ull, 0f
that State with tho JeW of
alliance.
g&T A letter from .Senator ltruw,ilow I,
publishetHn tho Knoxvlllo Vhr,tlr, in
which ho says. that "anyTciirii,jtl,c1!itlll
on the government nie prejudiced by jhH
extravagant amounts demanded j inn, f,
Instance, claiming to havo lo.t by n,0
eral army more, than twice over, than
they ever possessed in tho world,
Tin ministers of tho Methodl.t Kplt.
copal church o Cipclntiati have resolved
that tho licensing of women as preachers
of the Gospel, as it Is not sancloned by the
JJcrlptures, cannot bo approved by thu
Methodist Kjilscopal cliiirch as a pruden.
Ual measure.
I Es5y- I'rotnhicrit'iTiicriif Mira of tho ndmln
Islrnlion have proporod that thij'l'ollleo..of
' swrelary of novylbo''nholUhed, nnd 'tlmt'
It duties dcvelopo upon tho war depart
inciil. Senator Sherman roltcrated that
view the other day, whllo discussing tlio
proposition to increase tiro ralnry of tho
chief clerk of tho navy department.
- . .'
tJT When tho war ended, the interest
on the public dobt of Georgia nmounteJ to
but $3 IH. Thin year it reaches within is
fraction of one hundred thousand dollars.
This rcprcent h debt constituting a great
poitionof the stealing of tho radicals.
-
BrInsevorol tdwnn in Vermont tha.
rpiiblicansnhd thodemoorata nro uniting
in thu call for caiicitsscs to nomlunto del
gates t: thnttato constitutional convention,
that tho host mcifinnybe jeloed regard.
Ie.s of iiollticulopinlyiii. Thil if tho case,
notably, in IJurllnttoni 1 - 1 .
' ' TTV."
Oaf George KrnnCU Train writes in de-
spalr from Minnesntn! ''For 407 succes
ilvo dnyi and nlffhts l hnvoboch founding
the alarm. Hut what apathy wlint Hip
Vnn Winklonloopl" Th'o'peopln rtre besot
ted in ulavery."
. tgjrTho lliiior-prohibltion party in
Ohio wilt hold their; stnto. convention nt
Columbus, Juno 1, nnd will nomlnnto can
didates for aocrelary, member of tho board
of public works, and suprotno judge.
sWlThe Chicago 'JYibuiie, Chicago Pont,
Chicago Journal and Chicago Timet ex
press themselves in favor of tho now Con
stitution. Tho Pcorln Transcript, nut hav
ing seen the document, it against It.
' ' SPICY.
Things out of place A summersault In
winter j nn August person in July; spring
boots in nutumti ; mo(u)rlng In the even
ing. Tho young'iiinnjwlio wiw'lonoly since'
his mother died,'' in all right now. His
father married the ''head "'of n largo party
of girls, nnd they keep house' for him, nml
giyo n patty nearly uvury night.
Tlio last case of indolenco is that 6f n
man named John Hole, win; was to limy
that, in writing his name, ho simply used
thu letter ''.I," nnd then punched a holo
through tho paper.
A French bishop, In u eruidn, re
cently, ministered n philipic to crinoline
wearers. "Let women beware,'' said ho,
"wnuo putting on tlioir proline ami ex
pnnslvo attire, how narrow are the gates of
Paradise."
A gentleman, 'Who won rather Impa
tient nt table, declared .bo wished ho could
manage without servant, nn "thoy wore a
greater phiguo than profit." "Why not
havon ilumb Walter 7" niggostod a friend.
"O no," returned the other. "I lmvo tried
them, they don't answer."
i new view of it Tlio heathen em
blem ol tho snako holding Its tall in its
mouth hns always been explained to men
"Ktenilty.' Woshould think it tvplcal
of ."Life.'', rather,, as Indicating a continual
ell'ort to make both ends meet.
A Mrangor In it printing ollko nsked
tho youngest apprentice what his rulo of
punctuation was. "1 set up as long ns .1
can hold my breath, then I put In a om
ma; wjion I gnpc, 1 Insert a semicolon;
und wlieii 1 want a chow of tobacco, 1
iiinku n paragraph."
NEWS PARAGRAPHS.
Tho French Kmperor has written n
letter announcing his iiiillluchlng fnlth In
tho army, and complimenting them on
their conduct.
Tho l!rt outcry against Hynclntlio
wn. caused by his liberal sermons at Notro
Damo; and Poro Felix, his celebrated suc
ceisor, has been driven from tho pulpit
from tho same cause.
General Jordan, recent commnnder lu
tho Held of tho revolutionary nrmy of
Culm was given a complimentary Iminpiet
In Now York, by tho Cuban Junta, Thur.
day evening,
The Des M pines lintletin figures up
thirty-two candidates for Congress in
lown, and a republican paor in Pennsyl
vania gives a list of nineteen gentlemen
who hiand ready to bo Governor.
Tin. Into Captain K. 1'. Williams, of
tho Oneida, was thu commander of tho
only detachment which landed, of tho
forco ordered to make a Naval attack on
Fort Sumter.
The l'otmastcr General savs that If
tho Semite passes tho bill to abolish tho
franking pnrilego ho can ntl'ord to reduco
tho poitago of single letters from threo
cents to two cents.
Vlco Admiral Porter has sent a lutter
to Cyrus W. Field, lu which ho savs he Is
of tho opinion tlmt telcgraphlo communi
cation between California and China is a
necessity, nnd tho sooner wo tako substan
tial Interest in tho matter tho better It will
1m for tho country.
KX-Irrililriil Joliii.un stssd Kauill'.
A-lEcnublican paiior nt KnoxvllleTenii-
referring toox-l'resident Johnson, says:
"Tlio ox-l'rcslileht spends most of Ills
tlmo in study, Ho write a treat deal,
and It is fjonerally supposed that ho con-
latos soon jiiinilsliliit' a iooki which
be a defenooof vmy policy" and his
administration. Jio hat iouio visitors
fromn distance, and daring; cpurt csslons
lits House is dally iiikmI irom cnriy morn
aIII f.-l.s. ... I . f J 1 1.. rMnkk tVn .ns.n-
uiH Mil iiiKiik uv nitf f niMu ,u uw iic s-uiiii
try, who think him tho greatest man of
uio aue
'The pconlo of the wholo country
will
)o Interested in liearintr somcthiiii! of (ho
very ettimablo and pleasant ladles who
old the honors of thu White House with
so much credit during Mr. Johnson's ad
ministration. Mrs. Ktovpr, who inado
wn?i rrie"11' during her residence In
Washington, marrlod a worthy merchant i
of llr,....,..m.. . .1. . 31 I .
nn VTu... i" " " ' tK.. ... "
" I'taiu .lira, iiruwii. winini inn viunirn i i
inoreukiii, but curries to her now nulot
homo ull ll... .it !...t . ...
VHinti fcv I4UI iiUW IJUlUb I
- i i .no uiguivy inai raceu me Six
tut v Mansion. Mrs. l'atterson Is with
"w nmwum on tlic farm at Homo Station. 1
vTIie Cairo Bulletin,
3
2 t.
The Client Yacht Itacr.
ho' following particulars of tho victory
of 'the American yAcht Sappho nro given
in a recent dispatch from London to the
Western papers :
Tlio first of tho scries of threo races be
tween tlio American yacht Sappho suid
the English vacht Cambria, sixty mllos
nindward nnd return, which commenced
yesterday mornlnc. terminated this morn
hig in tho dncldbil victory of tlio Sappho,
which beat tho Cambria from thu start nt
thurlutler' bcl point of railing, namoly,
turjijng to, windward. Tlio yachts were
towed very early on tho morning of tho
10th ton point pixty tulles southeast of I
Cowes'i Jtonds. A strong easterly wind
wo blowing. , Tho rnco'wut to tho enit-
waril. or nn tho channel.
Tho American yacht Dauntless, nnd the
l.ngllOi yacht Pleiad, nnd a number of
r.nglish craft and steamers iiccomiianied
the contesting yachts. Tho ceno at tlio
start wan very exciting. It was arranged
by thu umpires that n ll vlmr start should
bo given on tho port tuck by which tho
yachts would gain n great
oiling toward inid-chaiincl in enso of a
chamro of wind.
Thu Cambria having won tho toss, took
tho wonlhur position, nnd thus had the ad
vantage of tho start. Tho Sappho earned
tlilrty-two hands and a crowd of canvass,
f.l lt . M
Including her regular fore and aft sails,
sans, anil mainioninast staysail and tl
lilt; while tho Cambria only set one II
in
audition to tier rorcsnll ami other racing
sans, nnu cnrrieu twenty-six nanus.
Tho signal to go was given nt -8:28 n.
mo bappno took tlio leim from tlio sti
and by tho tlmo she wits oft" benchy 'head.
about 11 fly mllcn from thu starting point,
sho was full v ten miles n windward nf llm
Cumhrin. Tho latter seeing it impossibio
to win, gavo up the raco nnd without
rounding. Tlio umpires stoamor returned
to Cowei, whoro sho arrived nt 4 o'clock
this morning accompanied by tho Daunt
less, j no HAppno, wtiicii nt tho time was
out of sight of tho Cambria, returned to
uowes nliout two hours later,
Mr.
Ash-
bury frankly admits his defeat.
The
second raco will bo sailed on Friday.
THE PRIZE RING.
ItmitKMENT OF JVM. MACK-NO
FlUirrWITIIM'l'OOLK.
Join. Maco has issued tho following curd
tpcctlllcatly declaring his lutcntiuns.of re
tiring from thu prize ring forever, not
withstanding tho chnlleligo of .McCoole.
NjstT Orlkanh, May, 1870.
Jk'lnc lu receipt of several elialleiiL'os.
1 take this method of conveying to one
ami an my ueciinaiion.
Having spent 20 years lu lighting, dur
ing which tlma I havo scored Tl ltlles.
with tho best picked men of tho ring, tho
tune mis now nrrivcu wnen lean conscien
tiously claim tho prlvilego of retiring from
the profession.
I do m with tho most kindly wishes to
nil who havo honored me with their atten
tions, una to my many comrades, whoso
countless mvors i suiiii over preservo in
grniuiui recollection, uencelorlli ray lire
will ho devoted, hs lonir conteniulated. to
other and strictly peaceful pursuits, and
any child six years old can challcngo Jim
.Maco with ns perfect impunity as iltCoolo
or any other Gollah of tho ring, cither the
present or tho future may produce. .My
fighting days, their trials and trlumiihs.
aro now n record of tho past, henceforth
forever.
Jv Mowing my Intentions, cowardice alono
cm prompt any man in ciiallcnglng ma In
nut luiure. jtcspcctiuiiy,
JAMES MACK, City Hotel, X. O.
Q.IUK A. C'llltlS.M.l.V,
BRICKLAYER & BUILDER,
Cairo, - - - - him.,
I. pri'luirfillntiikrenntritrl. fur the f ration ul 1
no Klll'ia in lirii'K llll.llll' lloll-i'., Ki'ilili'in'i'.,
Clnm'lji's orMolinnl loiiin., or llrickwork of nay
pilivr rlisrsntrr. II. rrfw, w Ills ennflilpnce, in
liU work in Cairo nml el.Kwtinrti a .Vhlvnee of
iiLmiiiuy io im nr.i riass loo.
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i.i loil
lCheniitry.
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anil
U. sS. JSonil llouIit
and !SoIl.'
XIoioonsltoM ntjooixrocl
(M
U:.MI(AS, IIAl(l.i III'NIXtJVN
OMirCTt.lt.
BOOTS & SHOES,
KIIIiKltS,
I'ANIII(l.AUI.t:
BOOTI AND SHOE MAKER
TWKNTIUTH STHKKT,
Hclwt'fii Woshlngloit Ave & Toplar SI.
Boats) ssssd Shoe Mailo Io Sirdar. Flsies
Horkiiuu Usuiuy-d.
Satisfaction Warranted
PtronaK Kollcltcd.
aprSJIf
.............. nun,-., r iiriiiisinK .IMMN, !. llllItl.ltH
which no oilier ho use run offer. SH"olul
Drape dc Liyon.
Huff Pique
Hlylo iiihI fltxnrtK.
White Goods!
Tarhvtaris, India Twills,
'. ",,r MMlMHl 4'lllllllllKll.niirM.
' IM Ilia tltll IsTK. Ilii sU stssiitkB lllil
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JIM)CKHIKS-(OMJIISSIO.
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Sr0-XsVsftIsV.
CROCER
sxn
CSINMIHNIOW MKItt'lf ANT,
No. 72 OHIO LEVEE,
CAIItO, IliLINOIH.
"Itellirf iiri-a, Jfcrclianl iirs'.lio.
Q 1. WIM.IAMHOX,
CROCER
AMI
. .n i ss i ox .n unci i a xt
No. 7(1 Ohio Loire,
CAIRO. ILL.
iirclnl nlii'iillnii sjlvrss to t'nlislsn
liii iil. nml I'llllnK Orilarn.
W. Hlrntlnn. T. Ilinl.
(TKATTOX V II HID,
(Hllll liM.im lnMcitllill, lllliluil, Cl.nl;,)
"WholcNale
GROCERS
!
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
07 OUZO XjUVBU
CAIRO. ILL.
Asirisl. of Aiilcrlraii I'owilrr Co.. nml
nuiiiiracturrra Atfriita lor t'ollou Vnris.
WOOD,
W W W WWW
M. M'AItlk,
DEALER IN FIREWOOD
IN I'KKI'.tKI'.U TO Vlhl. UHDKHN
,,ruwoo,i 1
OAK and HICKORY
Leave OldcrK at IlHlnn'H Ohl Mland
U AT TICK lt)T.OrFOK.
rnunnu.
Ji.H
HAItltEIs,
IIKALKIW IN
QTjjaxssT-wjtv.r.x.
Bar Fixtures,
Uli.VHNWAHE and HOUHE I'WWsMH
INU (I001IS,
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENU
Cairo, IUIboIm.
MEDICAL
fllllK IIUST AM HtlUV.ST
1 ui:9ii:iy of Tin: m:
ENDER'S
CHILL CURE
Contnliss liatulislssc nr Acrlllr,
U nnl IJ is il sims nt Io llir Yis.lrt
ChlUlrni will mis It tvlllsiilil lir.lia
tin ss.
Tlir iiililn nml ninny Miiltiwit li)li'iiu, nflt-r
n liilr Irlul, triioiiii'' It Hie
Best Medicine Known
SURE CURE
AND CHILLS AND FEVER.
Chills nnl K.tfr nrr cmiu-il frolii crilmii
poison rsl.lliiK In I hi' ntiiMii-i known
tnslnrls. ll fdncr. tlm vilnlity or tl liUil
tMnr.l" It wllon of Hie illilinil nrcsn.. mi'l
rllo llllllnii.nr., iVcallpnlinn, (", nnil In
till. )' li inivllnii)lrin (of snjr illnna of h
inorr
re mtioii. iiiiimikw iim'M tony nil low. m n' HI
furlliT trontil", nml nlloi
jrollf.ru ol lli
lll.l'H'r, lAhl
knii:ii's cm M. iuti:.
II slliniiUlP. llm nrK.ii fi Tloitn I nnl iliilrmu
filnrlinn", sml in n. nn Siitliliilii In Hih iii.oii
writer. ennui- Ih Kctrr rnul .uiih, mm lln rrlij
n'.torn llinsynlun In liiMlilimol Imir shin ml
Ionic Hirli
STOMACH FITTERS.
Will Kill lmiit'lliilliil'lll-, Mill iIpmiu) Hull
fffllnitof HMrrni-.. Hint rllne so ti iinHoii.lr Io
liny on' hen rrr.Tfiini; frrin tin. il .-'. II i
lilxhlT rivummiriilHl for ilir piii of l'il'-i,
':.! A I. K W : A 14 N IMH,
Anl fi poiiKti', colli., I'rnnrhiti. nml ronminti
lion, ll I. not In Ii- nil -ann-il AS A TONll'
IIKVKIt.UlKlli. iMcouHr.!, sunt in lite r'
Vflillli' ntf.liist ClillU Hii'l t-rtnr If Ukrn r(U
lir. 1 II. Kinlors. ln
dneuli, liy.
Kor H.IkI.y IIMlCIAr llUiH..lllililn
It.UI.KOAIIS.
(jikixcjfii:m a ii.lixoin
O MOI'Tll i:NTKK.V H. It.
On mid uflrr Tlmr.iliiy, April Cith
truliia iilll run no fiillun :
i.uikii-ui iMrT tri .rai.'.nii s.
Mail .. .. ..7.S' s X,
Ksprr -Mi r
vnu hiiimwit tr.s r rt...
Ksrti-.. .!!' s. n.
Mail ..... ..I l r. .
MaktiiB clii mamllOQ. st I'nna Hltli lllinnl.
O ntr.l It. II. fur Uniri Mi-1 all imnil. viiilh, ali i
v.l.i thu Ili'l. A hi. I. in. X It. fur lmlianaiuli.
ami ljiil.iillr, anil all ("(int. fis.l anil "Hilli.i
Al.n, al i-.ril.t,'fli M itli lli Tuli-ilo, Walmli A
Wiili-rti II. II. fur ijuln.y anl nil luinti ar.l, an. I
ltlllliK Llili'nKiiA t l.Ui. II. It. Kir M. llill
nml (.'lik.ii, an tail .ir.t. nmtti ami norltiaf-l
K. IiOIjOK, (ien'lMi.l.
JOHN KlXKinT.ili-ii'lTii lint A!,
Q
ifi;iitT hoiti:
TIIK NOVTII,
FHOM
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Nt. I.OIlK I.UIllHt lll(. 4'ilK'lllllltll
'lilfUK. Xtu- Yitrlt. KoMisii
PoinlM Kunt audXorlli
(SSI
arssstcr Tlllllli Arrltr nt mill IrHS
t'nlru n lull.it. at
Mull
Kiirr...
:ll.1 l. M.
.. .tllfV I'. l
AltltlVK-Jl.tb A. .'I...,
HKi'AUTiSr40 A. .11...
Uuili train i'miiiii'I ni iVniralm oilli Irani. mi Hi
JIAIY MUTE.
ISrratisr. IIIiioiiiIiidIoii. Kl I'aau,
"sissir, .i run ii In, Krrriiiirli SJalriiii,
lliilinilir, nml nil ioiiil. lis
IlHncis,
Missouri
Minnesotai
Wisconsin,
and Icwa.
An-I Hill. llnmrunninK jil an-l Wi l for
St. Louis, Sjirliisllcld, LoiiIntIIIc, Chi.
ciniiitii, luuiuimpoiis a: i i'inmiiuH,
Anil st riili'agn with Mldilftin rinlral, Mu'ln
Ki. hiiullierii, ami 1'itl.lnirK. rnrl Wajne
nnl Lliii'iuiu Kailruiia fur
IlKTIKllT.
CI.KVK1.A.ND,
IlU.N'KIIIU,
AMlA.S'r,
MAOAIIA FALL'S
1UIKKALO.
MIW THICK,
I'lrrsimito.
l'illl.AIlKI,l'IIIA,
HALTIMOHK,
WA-illl.MIO.N CIV, ami
ALL POINTS EAST.
W, i. JOHNSON,
Drnrml Plf ncpr Acunl. Chtmirn.
M. lltHllMTT.Ofiu-rul biiperinlviiiifot.
JAMKi Jllll.NMl.S. Amnl. I'alro.
REAL SSTATS mill
Q WIXKTOX A. CO.,
(HiircrmiurH tn Jnlin Q. lliiriiinn A l'n.,)
REAL ESTATE
AUCTIONEERS
74, Second Floor; OHIO LEVEE,
Ossvlaro, XXI.,
Buy mid Soli Ileal Estate
runiriHH amthai:t op titlk,
ANB PMEPAHB t'OM VKVANC'EH
OF ALL HIHM,

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