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AX KAHf'T TEHMIXATIOX OF HIE
Tilt okriKHLY (JUAKDS EXPEL
THE IXSUKIJLXTS FROM FOR
TiOXH OF PARIS.
JAits, March rrl IkjiiIuI to-day.
Tlitsbops ro nil cliitd, ami there are tut
fw pcdetriani in the streets.
Tht civic guard f ..Marseilles Imvo
SelrsJ tho telegraphs In tho vicinity, and
the teTTicc towards Spain Is stopped.
The Minister of the Interior liusnotlflcd
tie National Guard of Kouon to miiko
preparations to defend tho government
General Scholtim, Prussian commander
at tit. Denis, has sent a dispatch to tho
commander of Paris to tho effect that tho
Germans occupying tho forts on tho north
tad northeastern sides of tho city will
maintain a passive and friendly attitudu
while nothing hoMllo is done, but if tho
conditions of the preliminaries of penconro
orerstepped Paris will bo treated us un
The Dslegato Minis cr of Foreign Af
fair replied that tho revolutionary pro
ceedings In Paris mo purely as to munici
pal affairs, and can In no sense bo regarded
a aggressive towards Germany. The
delcgato adds that bo hat no instruction,
end cannot discuss matters in rcfcrcnco to
preliminaries of peace, which were voted
by the Asscmbyat Bordeaux.
ASCE.VX Or TUMULT.
Several mayors of arrondiucmcnts in
Paris, ho ra reborn pel led to find safety
in flight from tho city, were Invited to
take seats in tbo Assembly. As they en
tered the chamber thorc was great ap
plause from tho deputies of the left, wliilo
those of the right protested against tho
action of the body. A sceno of tumult en
sued, lasting till adjournment.
JfAI'OLrO.V IN DEMAND.
Paws. March 24. Tho reaction in fa-
vorof the empire gains strength hourly,
and unless Thiers speedily restores order
the French may endcavorto find their vrny
TUB OKHMAM PARLIAMENT
Bnilx, March 23. At yesterday's ses
sion of the German Parliament, llerr
Saason was elected president; Prlnco
MokenSvoe, ?Vc-TTAenl, .wl Ubtr
Water, second vice-president of tho
KelchsUg, or the Popular House.
rAmia klictjoks tosti-oned.
Lokdov, March J4. Tho Insurrectiona
ry cosamlttee has issued a proclamation
postponing the elections In Paris until nf
U energetic aeasures shall hvo caused
Uulr reclaimed rights to be respected.
want to nauT.
The mobile den.and arms to fight tho
lasurjents, who havc.larrlcailed tho J'lftco
will probably succeed Vinoy In the milita
ry command of Paris.
IVfOKCED OUPKIt rKEVAILlXd.
TU orderly nationals have expelled tho
Insurgents from n part of tho Eighth,
Second and Ninth arrondlsicmcnts. They
then occupied St. Lugano stntlonnnd asked
of the government nt Versailles n rein,
forcemeat of troops to retake tho railroad
crossing where tho insurgents control tho
It wan rumored that JJucort lis.il been
hot by his own soldiers In tho disturbance
reported at Lyons, where some of Urn peo
ple have proclaimed tho commune and
raised the red flag. Thiers bos Volcgrupli
4 to the prefecla to set at work, tbo unnr
cUsts among OwLyennalse, and has given
credits for tho purpose.
At the slttlnu of tho Assembly "WoJiics.
day H is said to havo b(en decided to hold
municipal elections In Peris beforo tho 10th
of April. Military measure; agonist
Paris wero also projected.
A dispatch to tho Sewtmyt that jmiple
aro flying from l'nrrls terror itricBrn, und
the rebels ure preparing fur n dwpcrato
encounter to recover their lott grounds.
xault uehiohation or OI'.UtKS.
Lord Lyons telegraphs the government
that bo is confident of the early restora
tion of order in Paris.
WOULD NOT OIV: IN,
The London Time's dUjmU'h from Ver
sailles says Mont Martrolsts havo stopped
a train en route with prisoners to Ver
sailles. Tho released prisoners of tho
Cab regetnent of the lino rosiatcd nil ef
forts to induce them to join tho insurgent
andupon their urrlval at Versailles were
received enthusiastically by tho authori
ties, people and troops. Their officer
were ut once promoted. The insurgent's
committee has arrested one of its own on"!
cers earned Luttter,
XlXrKNKE Olf TUKOOVKKKUKST.
The minister of the Interior has notl
lad the national government oMtouen to
aoak preparations to defend the govern
sawt against the Insurrection, Kcholtern,
the Prussian commander at St. Dennis,
has sent a dispatch to thj commander
of Paris to tho effect that the
UarsnaM occupying tho fort
Ms tka Mrtk and northeastern sides of tho
Uj win maintain s friendly attitude.
ALL RORTS "P NEWS..
r V lit produce! upon nun. e m
- . ,fi ... ?JfA aiiu tried not to go.nnar the stratigo wo.
l Sr.iisrilclJ. I.).. ro ttwMiiRhtf jnaj I f t?,t, pvcnlnj?, i.&iio'.VnuiinslsW upon
imiliiilucliin.d in lJelg.um? J-fj3l'liiM j Ujur'aliiijlnjj.a J'Jlinfar titho lhi iicsitntoJ
Hess furvi.u uitli im'lroilTIniitintftlnAvitliJriVf .Wiilvin ,. SF
liuti'lri ! mil
A JveiittK'hi" wedding vm ink-nipled by I-
a youij Kiri, witn a uuoo tnin-rnrms iur
Idddinr; tlf b.m. The bridi grioiii, ns!;Injj'
them t" i"xc iu him fnr n m miriit, strjipw
out and shut Ms huutl off.
The Mcniphl.t'Appuil 'hiu'thu story of a
gardener, mimed Jiliniui .Mvis, who is
stronlv ii;leJ of Ji.i vinnir poisoneJ
three pBrsonlil mplo.Ver, his omplov
ffe. iitnl n Mof servant. The cir-
cuimlances nro very suspicious.
AnoMnnd Kcll-knuwn iirlnte'r, Nchon
11. (JiirtK died nt'hU retiduncu in Ilrook
lyn, S. V nn tlio mornttig of Fehritnry
lfth, in thu clxty-tilth year f liis nge.
lie was foreman of tb 'Saw York A'rc;i
inr) Kxpros for thirty-eight year.
.lohn O. Harry, suid to lo the oldest
printer In tho 1,'iiltnl Stutni, and who set
upthofirnt liitillleiu'i) of the death of
Washington publiOicd West of tin AM
ghanle. was killed r.enr Holly Spring,
5lhs.,on the Sdult., by buim; thrown from
n wngon. Jlo wa eighty-two years old.
An eccentric Indian has just died at
South Uciid, I till. His name wss l'nie,
and ho called himself tho Kmpcror of
Lowell. Ills occupation was catching
llih and drinking whisky. Notwithstand
ing this the wlilsky,tiot tho Jlsh ho wns
very truthful and trustworthy, tho height
olliis aniL'ition tiellig to ue consiuereu an
honest man and ngood drlnkorl Hew is
this for IiO?
Tho sensation of Vuill street. Now
York, at present, is "Anna, tho beautiful
cigar girl. ' Sho is said to be tho daugh
ter or weaitny una reipeciamo parcnu, is
highly educated, and has n brother In tho
llritisli Parliament. Sho "mnrried below
her station, ' cumo to America, lost her
husband, and so camo to n cigar stand, on
Thomas Nast's doublo-tiaco cartoon,
which lately nppcarcd in Harner't liatar,
called "Thu Lyst Arts" nnd which met with
such adverse criticism nmong tho cham
pions of Woman's Rights, cost tho liar,
pcr's $350, the highest price, It Is said,
ever paid for n newspaper wood-cut In
Caitaln Lewis i'.atidolph, about tho best
scout in Leo t army, is uying ot uonsump
tion ut Charlotte, N. C. Ho is tlio urcay
LTMiidion o! Thomas Jefferson. Ho always
selected the diirkot, coldaitjhnd moct in
clement nights for ills visits to mo union
cnimx. As an initanco of Ills strunctn, It
. . , r.l. .r
re atou t mil ill me scconu onuiu oi
Mniiaua ho klllud a man Instantly, by
sirlktni: hi in on thu forehead with his
Gen. AVm. JJ. "W. Uelknap, Secretary of
War, It Is annotinccu, liai uepositeu in ino
Museum of Princeton Colleno a collection
which exhibit the history of Improve
ments in tiro arms irom 1 87 to tno present
time, commencing with tho old Hint mus
ket und ending with tho Prussian needle
gun. Tho collection embraces over one -hundred
piece In perfect condition, and
contains specimens of all tho different
kinds ut wrnunnt used in the South durlnc
me war ana oimo mwim irawiniiwi
anus of foreign countries.
There is u man In Ohio flfty-thrco year
of age, illiterate and nearly blind who re
members th'uoccurrcncesol every dayslnco
January 1, 17U7, when he was nlno years
old. Mention nny dato to him in tho last
forty-four years, nnd he tells Instantly
what day of tho week it was, what sort of
weather prevailed, and what ho was work
inir at and converted about. A gentleman
who propoM'd n test, provided himself
with n Journal for forty-Svo years, end I
after several cross-osamlnatlons proved '
the Ohloan to bo correct lnvnrlably.
Tho uul Knthan murderer must be
somewhat amused if hu is anywhere
within reach of tho newspapers ut thu
numerous sudden ditcovtriei of himielf in
widely distant pnrt of the country. We
ran imninu him, hid uwuy In some cozy
nook, iiidiiliini; in n salufied chuckle at
luckless wu tclie wtio beoomo vicliuis or
nutic lmlluoliiutton and the suipleloiu of ,
thu iirovltn lal police. llu uther day a !
man id "mysterioiu upjioranco, wiio
seemed deilriuua of bulu left ijuietly to
himself, wru hunted down in Nantucket as
tho Niitlmti lumisin ; tho other (lay, u poor
fellow out lu Ohio wiu cciuud of thu
same rriuio. Thu real, rlinon purd mur
derer doublluii thinks that thu beat Joke of
nil Is, what Jolly good fellow thu dotuct
ive are. tu hurry oil', as soon as they think
thev havo t;ot ii clou, und lull thu public
and reporter all about lit.
A. AYointui'H Ycngonnce.
Tliero was a small party pnthored nt
Frederick (iemetto's hoitic. Kvorythlng
within mid without was bright, pretty,
tatv, cvan to the trim littlu hostess. Sho
tlittel hither and thither, chatting first
with ono and then nnothur, milking nil
fuel (xpmlly nt homo and under no re
straint. J'rcsently her quick car caimht tho
sound of her husband's npproHchliip; foot
step', and ho met him nt thu door.'
"A strange lady bus coniu hero with
tho Auhyns, Fred," alio said, in a low
tone, "I'm qulto charmed with her, nnd
am sure you will be. 1 am glut! you
look so nleu to night, for 1 want to pre
Sho looked up!nto his eyes with 11 fond
siuilo. "When did ho not look 'nlco' to
Ho greeted Ills guests cordially; anil was
th n led by lit. wife to where tho 'strango
Judy' was busily engaged In turning over
the leave ol n portfolio. "Whether sho
hud observed Mr. (iemetto's entrance or
not win uncertain, but nny way, shu np
peariHl unconscious of his cxlitaticu.
'Mrs. I'.in-yii,' sho said, 'allow mo to
present te you you my husband, .Mr. (ler
nettu.' I am plfu'td to inaku vour acquaint
ance. Mr. (iernotte,'she!(liti u volco that
was low. rich, and musical, extending hor
soft, white hund, on ono llngi-r of which
glittered an onal ring. '
Frederick (jurncttu seemed changed into
a statute. His face becumo colorless, and
his Jlp qulvorod, and, strong man us hu
was, ti in lit seemed to envelop him.
Lucillo I' Tho word fell from hh lips
without nn effort of his will.
'Yes,' sho crpf ndtd. Lucllol'
he raised heruyus to his fuco, filled with
a pusiionato. fascinating light.
For (lod's sake, what brought you
InruT ho luked.
'To sto you, Frederick Uerncttol'
"At that Instant -Mrs. Aubyn appeared
and ('mrnetto turned away, bowiidercd
sullering almost craned.
Fortunately his wife had loft them thu
Instanstant the gave the inloductlon with-
out Wftillnj?U cut!io cxtr.iwJIiittryjCircct
I 'Mr Gernottc, cried Mrs. Aub.vn, 'cuinu
Ho obved her leluctnntl v.
'Mrs. Knsyn will not siii),',' ho conlin
tinned, 'and wo wish you to exert your
porsin slvo talents.'
t 'H Mushed beiionth .Mr. ItorsynV eye,
whleh'faiil plainly, If you wish It, Kred
1 mil not vain enough to think I can
induce thii lady to comply with your re
quest, he said coldly, 'but wo would ho
plrasod to hear you-'
She arose andput her hand on his arm.
Jfer very loiich"t'irlllod him,
1 shall slnir vou a very old song, sho
said merrily, turning toiler lady friend.
(iernctte'led htr to tho piano. Sho ran
her llmrcrs over tho keys, then played n
low, walllns prelude : from that her volco
struck in witn
" Tin' liit link I tprokru thu MnU nm to tne,
Tli Miil tliou lias t sjukea teiiJer me dev."
Never, perhaps, had thut song been
sung with so much oxprcssion, nnd to
tiiofo wiio associated It witn tuo memory oi
Josephine's farowell to Napoleon, It was
particularly nffcotlng. Tho songstress
kept her eyes fastened on Gornctt's face
until great brcnd-llku drop of sweat burst
from his forohcad and down over his
Hho would not bo provailod upon to sing
'I can only sing when tho 'spirit moves,'
sho said ligh'tly, 'and tho spirit trickled
has left mo now.'
How did vou like Mrs. Rossvn?' Joisio
Gonctto quorrlod of her husband, lifter
their guests had departed. 1 1 think sho
is tlio most fascinating woman l ever moi
with ; and what a volco. Her singing was
more than beautiful.
Gcnetto mado no response, ind Josmo,
looking nt his haggard fuco, grow sober.
iJcar J' red, wiiat is tno maucrr sue
questioned, putting her arms around his
neck nnd pressing her soft cheek against
his in n crossing manner. 'You look tired
nr.dbluo. "What is It, Fred?'
'Nothlnu. llttlo simpleton" ho returned,
clasnlnc her H trial v In his arms, its if
fearful sho would bo wrested from him.
Nothine: but a stupid headache.'
From that time torth Mrs. Hossyn enmo
frequently to visit Mn. Gerncttc. Sho
was not'llko other womon. Sho novor
iccuiedto havo ' study days,' for all time
she was brilliant.
I envy you, Jirs. uernctto. I am
actually 'pining to havo u rldu behind
your husband's spoil of L'tnys. I wish you
would say that I might.'
'How could I deny you such a trlflo?
Fred." (to her husband, who was impa
tiently chowlns tho end of his moustache,)
'cant you tako Mrs. Rossyn to rido this
There I there I' laughed the widow,
you cannot refuso mo, Mr. Gernetto
Jessie watched them nway without
How much that charming woman will
From that duto rides wern of common
occurrence so common, that tho little
wife's cheeks grow pale, and dark circle
gathered uround her eyes. A stranger
had gained admittance In tho portals of
her heart Jealousy.
Frederick took her on his knea ono
night, and scanned her face earnestly. He
mado io comment; but, nevertheless ho
saw, nnd-wns pained.
'1 will bo iu!!tv of murder.' ho whis
pered to himself, 'if this continues. Thank I
God that Ho has opened tnv eves: I bc-
He vol was becoming in infatuated and J
w'tM l'crl' . ...
The next day ho drove round after .Mrs,
Itunyn, as of yore. As soon ns they were
outside, of tlio villaco ho turned to her?
'Vou must leave hero Immediately, Lu
cille,' ho exclaimed. "I cannot cnditrj this
looser, It will kill Jeisy.
'If 1 0 vou muit rii too, was the
repone. ou oaiinet live without me,
rtr6 0niHi, y0.i wrecked inv lllo once,
i .,,-n .. nmi i i,.v. fit,,r. i.,m ... ,r
trup; but this time I am s.ivtu Jessie i
is pure, true, uncomplaining, nnd Oo l bear
me witness, I mean to bo n faithful hus
band to her.'
"Jetflc, good, putu and true I" sho re
peated, pasaiuiiutuly. 'Vou mean that us it
Ii,.i. i.i mn: but 1. tell vou. Frederick
Gornutte, I will not bu foiled, bho shall
lujirn what woman' venguvneo means. If I
you will not go 1 will go toll her sho Is
Jluali I hu.hV bu cried, fiintlcnlly, 'you
1 wdll Obey me, or
' There was u great crush, u ecream. Mid i
then n silence, 'lliuy Had not noticuuiiiui i
tl.:y were crossing the car-truck, and tho
train had rushed down upon them H!e a
vnaturoof vengeance. .
Tlio train wtu atojipi-d, and tliu passen
ger rushed to see what hud occurred. Tlio
eurr ai:u was broken into truumenis, tiiiu
iiinlil its ruin lay Mr. Ilossvn, manglud,
dUllgurud, dead I A abort dlitancu away
was Mr. tiornette.
Not dead,' said one. 'IIu must ho taken
hiiuiu. J'robably ho Is fatally Injured.'
Siium ono run and told Jesslo what had
happened. Tliu whittle blowed, thu pas
sengers hurried on board, uud thu train
.Mr, llotsyii win carried to Mrs. An
byn linimi, and two duy later burled,
ilr. Uernottu llugerc.1 uneonseioiis for
weeks. Ho continually ruved about 'Lu
cillo.' not 'Jessy,' anil uilmry puln gnawed
at tho jmtltnit wifu'b heart.
It will her hu loved, not me, shuslghed ;
but yut thai knowledge did not niaku hur
the less teudor or true.
At last, ho woku to consciousness ono
morning, as If awakening from a dream.
Ho looked Into Je'sio's fuco eagerly.
'Mr. Hossyn'" ho asked, in n question
Slio hesitating. Dared sho lell.hiin shu
was killed. IIu read thu truth In her
'.Viefs deadf ho said, mid she bowed her
head. For nnd instant thu hud not thu
courago to look Into hit face, and eo thu
sorrow which sho oxpecctd hu felt for tho
'Lucillo" ho must love, within there.
filiu looked up. Hi fuco was rndiant.
'Vou havo cared for 1110 all this tiinu?'
'My durling, yu,' wuslior response.'
'Vou must tulk no moro,'
Sleop como to lilui, a it uomcs to u
tired child. From thut time hu began to
mvnluco, nnd ut length bocamo us strong
us if yoro. Xuvurhauho beon tender und
kind to Jessie (is since his Illness, mid sho
womlnred what Luvillu' hud been to him
and it was all put on now to hide his grief
'Fred,1 alio said, softly, one uight, asht
sat on hh knee, in the twilight, 'I wish
you would toll nio, something 'honest nnd
true.' ' '';
1 What Is It Tine aikod. ,
Whftrwai'Luclllo Rojsyh to. you 7"
A RrhVo ltiok swept over hlsffmio,, ui,d
ho pro'sted her closer io hls-honrt; ' "
'My wife, It Is your right to know, und
vet 1 fear vou will lovo mo lc5i.'
'No.' sho responded: 'but this uiiL-or-
talnty Is worso than tlio truth.
'Then listen. Whi-h I wim u boy of
ekhteiMi, I mot Lueillo at n theatre. We
flirted, and nt last ran away and got mar
ried. 1 was underage, und tnv father was
fearfully angry j but, nevertheless, ho took,
us Iiome, ana uuieriniiicti to maKo ttiu l.et
of it. Threo months lntur, 1 was sunt
nway on buiincis. While abenl' Lucillo
K-camon mother j but thj child it ea
'Word was sent inc. A divorce was
iiimlled for and cot. My frtthrr nave her
ii sum of money and sunt her away, I ,
did not go homo iigaln: I was ashamed.
Jlv inliituallon nua uilmoui lor mu wo
man I had oalleil wife for so lw weeks,
nnd nothing but dUgust win left. I went
to Asutraliaj I became wealthy. I chanced
to meet vou, and the first lovo which my
heart ever know, was laid ut your feet.
Wo wore married. I kept my past from
you out of kindness. 1 did not wish to
chill your Iota or faith for ono
'I believed Lucillo dead dcad.fur years.
Judgo of my surprise when I met her In
this very house. I tried to avoid her but
it was impossible. Sho threw herself in
mv way. Sho said sho had married since
sho was a widow, nnd had como hero pur
poeoly te sw me. Sho tried to make mo
elopo with her. She threatened to cxposo
rne to tho world to tell you that you
wero not my wife.
'l was bowiidercd. 1 knew not wiiicn
way to turn. At last I saw that you woro
fallinc that you thoucht sho was win
ning mo away from vou, and 1 resolved to
end it nil.
I had just told her that leave shu must.
and sho had vowed that sbu would wreak
her vengeance on you, when n merciful
Providence intoroed to suvo you Ifo
of my sou), can you still lovo mo 7'
sue lata ncr nana on ins urcati ami sncu
ever has mv love wavered for nn In
stant,' sin inurmered, 'and now I am
happy. The mistake of your youth Is not
so hitter ns if you had been won away lo
be untruo to me. A tnoinuti's vengeance
'Thank (Sod, that burden is oil' my heart
forever. Tho secret was hard to" kcop,
.Jculo, and he.ivy to bear."
ChHrtcrcA March 31.
City National Bank
A. II. (AFrOltU. I'rMldrnti
. a. TAVUIIt, Vlscl'reildrnl!
W. IIYiSLOt', Uecrruryand Trtiwursr.
P. W.DARCLAY, CftAH. OAI.IUllKIt,
V. M. MXICKVLKTU, 1'AUl.d. HCIIl'll,
It II. CCN.MM.UAV. W. 1. 1ULLIUAV,
J. iU VlllLLlfb.
Depoilla of amy iaaail Iltcelrtd Trm
Tea Ctala Upward.
laUrrral jIU on dtooilt m 111 rale of 6 per cent.
tr annum March lu and Kpl. ll.
Islerrilnotwlthdrairn lviip. lmmnlatly lo
lh prlnolf l of tli deoil. thereby KivtctjlUrn
HurritHl Women and Cliildrca
May depo-.i monry n ll.ai
SO OXK Kl.SK CAS UIIAW IT.
oen every bualnraa day Irom a.rn.to 3 p.m.
.nri .tilr.lv Kfrnintf f,,r KlV'INlX Ilt'PlWITS
i coly, frnruOio eo'clv a.
auWtf W. IITFI.OP. Treasurer.
npital - - $100,000
W. I. IIAI.I.IUAV, Iralint
A. tl. KAI'I'imi), CutliUri
W AI.TKU II Ytil.OI'i Aiililtut Caahltr
htaata Ta tier
Ueo. II. nilllamtoa,
A. 11. SatTurd.
IV. 1. Ilallldar.
Hoot. II. Cuaalagliaia
Kxchnngc, Colu and
V. N.Moud Bought
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(I. X. lIUUlllvM, CaaltUr.
Collections Promptly Made.
Kxi'liruiKO, CoIh, llmik NoIvm
iiiiiI irilicu rstHtvH Ncnrl
lutemt Allowed on Time Depoalta.
PEOPLES' MEAT MARKET
CHAS. OAYKR & CO., ITow'rs.,
Kecpcoiittiintlv on hand tlif lxtnf llurf. Pork,
Mutfcr, Veal, I.aml, Huiihiiro, l'uddln;r, etc
I'ri i'li wtiilo lard in any qimntii.rorned lif, eta.,
U) ail luuid.
Order Idled promptly aad atlfacllon war
AMP URALKRS IN
Eighth St., between Washington A
Adjoining BltlasslsoHse Haair.
ICi eDtlielicstofBwI.l'ork, Million. Vml. l .mh
hainnrje, !(,, end art iruired to aette clliseu
in uiu moai uccrpwuiu umuuer. OCUoiltl
PACIFIC RAILROAD CO.,
lMUiX (IrauL. Hired from (lie Uovern.
. 12,000,000 .Acres
' ...or Tin
llcst Farming nnd Miticral Lninls In
3,(100,000 ncroit rliolrr fiirinin, l.imli
on Ilia linn or (In) road, In thu
HTATJG OF M1U1UNKA
In I lie
f i in: at n..rri: vai.i.ky
Nov fors-il''. lor i'sliorer(-dltat low rale nf in
li'rmi. Thi' lands nr m-nr th fll pmnllcl at
North Ioigitudt lu h mild and liettlliy lunalp,
nnJ lurcrum Kriwliitf nnd l"ck rHtmtig arp uu
villi Ibd bv an- in tl fnitr I StU.
Vnnlnt ioiiinikll'OthrAlitnde't. Prieen
runiicfrolii tlWtu wifrracro.
Tj ciiliT with limited meArts.
a. 000,000 Vorosss
It.eli noti'Siiiurnt land nl'inR tlio roiJ In'twccn
OMAHA ANIS MOUTH 1'I.ATTi:
Hurtfjod nod optn for tntrjr undtr (he Home
stead and l're.ciiiiitloa laws, and cau l taken bjr
ACrUAl, BETTLKIIS, ONLY.
AnoplHittunlty ncter belnra ritntd fnr
cnnnR fiomf i nraraKrr.it lUllroad with all ih
contcalcocca of an old trttlcd oimtrjr. .Now
clttlono! desoriptlfti pamphlda with tnp, now
ready and cnl frc lo all p.irti of Ilia Unltfd
HIMcj, Canada and I'urnt c. Aldrr..s
O. V, JJAVia. Land Oommlnlonr
an dlm3m tl.l'. II. It. Co., Umalin, Ntb.
CiIItI.CFIKM V IM.IXOIH
On and after Monday, February Ctii,
1871, trains will run as folloui:
tiiim ootio docamsir.
I.vato Ashland t:U a.in
Tlorlllc 1MI " :31 "
Arrive ut I'aoRi ll:SI " fcw
TMltNl OOtMII KOmiKMTi
Leave I'nn.............(.i"ia.in S:Svml
" Tnilorrillo.........!.'; " (.fi "
Arrlte atfprlnEflrld-.tilJ " f.3 "
Arrive M Ashland
iavi inpincTu-in M ...n "
(Atlilaii'l i.JO "
rum ooixa auitiutur.
Lcatu Kli;evioool C Kiu.tn. ......
" V'lurit ...nulj '
Arrito at Miswnelori3:l"p rn.
Ttll lulil kuktllHUT.
litarc Mianeioa..7 lua.m
" KIOM "
Arrive at Isewiie.l...l II " ....
,.. S.-W p.m
TlmCou n.in , train Irom Kdi?rnod, run nly
loniia), uin-i)aiia rri'ia), ami a.in
train from Mian'UOu on Tucudatt, Tliur
dayi an I haturdr.
OllLANf) HMITII, fin'lfirip'l
Join KeooiTT.Oen'l l-'r'Kt and Ticki'lAx'l
g N. JIAKItllfi,
U LASS WARE and HOUSE FTJUNiSH
185 and. 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
WIIITi: STAMIAKI), In prime
LINSi:i:i) OIL, it.nv ami lloll
fd. WHITE I.F.AD.iuid Colors.
AYIMIOW (iLASS, llUUSIILS,
hahotj a.y nrtoa.
yM. If. HCIUJITEIt,
Importer and Wholesale Dea
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
AKem for bat branda of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE
Xmportoct Vlosas ofdif'
No. 75 OlflO LEVEE
JP M. KTOC'KVIiiri'II
(HiiccctHor to I'ohlo i. Btookdeth)
Itcctlflcr nnd Wholesale Dealer lu For
eign and Domestic
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC
78 Ohio Isovcc,
OiIRO. - - ILL.
Jlo keejisoa hindconslantly, afulltitocU ot
OlilKeutuiky lloiirhon, Ityo and Moil-
ongaiieia ishhkics, i rcncii urau
dies, Holland 44 In, Kaino
and California Wines
QIGII EDUC VTIOX.
Board and Tuition rr annum, Wit.
HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE
laauKurated ly . UU l'riuca Arlbur. Hoard
aud tutiop perunnnrn, fl!C. I'reaiilunl, the Very
K'T. l.Hellniuth.l). J. Dean of Huron. For
Mrtlculara apply to Major Urartu, Londou, Canada
mil. TII fj'J'. ' OHIO IjHVIIK,
HAllt'OI-l-.lnfllJlBllJCOtll.lC'IHtOl Ol J
Gents' Furnishing Goods
ill trry dr rr pllon, irhifdiKllI It auld at pr.ofn
Unit ill nut inn iu an 1 nil p'.ri-n.er.., rrruci
(1tcunrunlfi-l. Ui rtixa nf
Shirts, iraty, Caps, etc.,
I not picrllvd In o.nt ot pr.cv, ny-', t,d ,nd
11 Una i r ntir oihrr iri'ki.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS'
1 W1..ST( & C.,
(Suteraaor, lo JolmCJ. Ilarman A Co.,)
X V 5 T & W E E 11 H
74, Second Floor, OHIO LEVEE
liny ami Sell Hen! Kstntc
t'ttMSII AIISTIIAITM K TITI.I
,1MI I'lMU'AIII. Id.M'I.V.I.M U
I. & w
Tlli: DAVIS VHHTIOAIi VV.Y.ti
Till ('omjilutest, Slmiile.st and lit:
Seuliiy Macliluo fu L'sp.
Tho demand for tin. I.WIi HKWI.Vfi JIA' ll.
IM! In llm Atlantic htulen, wliern Uiey urn U1
knoHU, raid wliere Uiey U(.j.lut Ml otl.tn, la
grentor than ran lio stippllM,
Itnover lailain auy li.ud of irorl.. II laannpl,
ronnNtlnit of n fen troiu pnrU, und ila vertical.
iceu iiiiin'iea 11 10 run in it fcuni ami 10 1 urn
uera MiltioutelianKunf alilrh or li imnii.
Clolliius nnd i.iu miiiufiittutera prrforil to
1111 oiiiir, unit uiai u m iiai ine nuns mr I iiniljr
L-wuiy inriuu jj u 1 Mvuiivnivuu niur iiaiu
Me4rn. Under havo aevend anoi nihld'llrriMit
style of tlnxli, nnd rcpttfully Intlle nil who
BEST SEWING ICHIiiE
Jlnniif.ictiired louno llicinu rait hsfure purcliiui
Call nnd (Jet a Circular.
110 OHIO LEVEE,
JJOOTOK op mssownox
n'i... . . . . ...
i.T. '"ocra up lierclori.m oxMliig
Between i Joseph hivolod.i and Atloh.h ShoIio-Ih
uiiiler Iho lirni n.iniB ol Joa UwuInhIu Uiu., la
in vf iiiiiiuai I'unaem. .. ,
AJopli huoboda ii umliorlr.od to collect (ill
ClltitanJIng dells nndtu pay nllclilma.
FeU M, UU, ADOM'll bWDHOlM,
3 S O
L.l'XrT UllvO GsltlSSOS
Tli uuderini'Ulionildnanln,;ia over llio. in
moii iry j.p, lliopoof . f Mliioh tuny lm icfo u
ll.c :;xtririlliinrr Mill" nn.1 i MMiant ) n
crivlriK di'inuu I tortlieutt
Ul. Tlial from Hi.. ;,,.. 'iMr Iri' . n im
Kl 1- thr-v A-ilbTmnl l'lll;-i:KVl; U.o a, pin
Icii'liTing lliillftitrh.inn" niitiai'iwaar).
- I 'I li.it l'ii') iH.Dfar n l.illlianiy i,tm i'it i.
n"il i-i ii, w.Hi nn iimount of I.AI,i dt IM
V lltTnot M'lii rloinjoywl liy fptiudu wrarrr'.
I 0. Tl t l!ieti-.t.triiilfrnm uhlli tl.a I,inaa Rra
vrouuJ, i mmi'ifM'tiucl Mi-H iullt fur oliio iiir
c . , an. I i. ririu., II V li nii.i llltll.MAVr,
d mil II ililc lu bnuoina ffratchi j.
Illi. TliU lh fMm in whi'li lliy arn
ulii-thrriii OrddiKn.t r or iUrl, arnuf t,i
ijuhIuv and flsili, uud it ,t M o I
n fry ncrcit,
WATcnM.Ki:its, .invKLints and
l'lne ItuvUr. lMimonil, tf'illd rdfr, llatud
Wari-j J-') MhnuUu jici. cf JoHiy and
IN"o. 88 Oliio Xjcvmc
hole Agent for this ltv.t, from whom only uti
ilanufaetiirinR 0.11- .an., Hartford. Cok
nor Iltf dAtr
rj) Tin: i.ii)ii:s.
It r.C (J.jnJar.t.y p. r I .t i
a I .'. lea n' tn'isn.J
. ,nhaa fUt rcll afullllnect
l)rrs TrlRiuiln?, Silk (.'Imii-i, Silk
Unloun. (iitlpuri Jicih. jIii
Trlmniiii",', Silk iitnl
Crocket llnlliiti, I'IiikIi
11ml Trlmmluj; Vflvpt, Mlk (limps
rinc Kid (iloncs,
Ladies and Childrens1 Shoos
Auda luitnndcoiupictc atoclt of
All uf hu h ma ro u.ra to ar.l at
The Vcr3' I.owct C'nli l'rh-i'
f-hn idtiu lh Isdlea to all and her i"
j(' ii nn I It am ll.e pru r.
Hi i. I triii. iK-l w i.ia r.t n l.r
!, of baiing'-'ltwCh'OpRI' 'r '
x tui: .nova;.'
H. WI. HULEN
Has UcmoTctl to HH Old Stan
H Commercial Avenue
w ftKt.in'. In a 1 oM nirr 1 1 1 c'Kr.ae
h sf -linir' nit', h i r, rj. . 1, I. 11,1.1 1 1 a. 11 ;
nen-onea a. mar iit.Mn.r;ri'i r.,prun.iii!..y
rl , Ii .'i.arxal y apt ir i
Term" "irmly tmIi, lor wlurli he iill '!
rifer lh .n II Inwe.t 7II
Xo. 7 OIiId Lever.-,
firclul allPiillon u-lvrn lu S'onaltfii
UK iila Hint 1'llllnu StrdeiM.
gTKATTOX & JU3CI,
ucceaaor. loStrntlon. Ilinl.on A (,'larU.l
Acent ol Aiiierlt uii I'ouilir Co., mill
.llnniirACtiircr ArnlN lnr C.'otlou Viaru
SMYTH tV CO.,
Alao, keep conatantly en liund n 1'iojt com.
plele atock id
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Pod, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
7U' 31 ISC !HS iaS,
U'a lira nm.hlu ... I U..I.I ( t . n. .
W'a sell cxeltuWely 'for-Osnh, (,, nhlch Imd o
Invito 1)10 iitlciition of eloso lurjjiilii bii)eia
special aucntlon Riven lo lining order".