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ban ara ratpoulkla for tjmnt of all loiiMt
whathar usdar Mutual or Caab Pol Ida, thua
a-urastaaiBg tha Caab Pollar Uoldar tba
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liaa.cltimi, amounting to S,S9V
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RarlBcaalil. Ilia.. Januarf St. int.
iaa 8u -Ttit Cycoallni Kira Iniuranca Com-
t)o lawa. and la aathor.
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ffiafiK ..ni Commission Merchants
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A.JI1Rl5w8PifllS- - CAIRO ILLINOIS.
J( T M. PUILMFN St CO.,
w Ruectasors to K. D. H.ndrtcka Co.
rAr 'MDnl to raeaiTe.aSeraand forwaid
Uinta to 4ii poiatt, Ml our aad an oa com
PLortK, COSX, OATS, MA V,
We. 5S Okie Xitrree
JA. B. PHILLtH.
'(Vncceatorta farkrO Milllia.)
And Dtalar la
Flaar, HeU, Hart
Cor.lOth St.&Ohio Levee
FORWARDING ; CflMMISSION
FLO U R
And Aftntt at
OHIO KITES AD KANAWHA
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jyjATUl Wi St MIL,
&80hlo lTe lt National Bauk
rxoialattaatteaalfaa to thapurchaaa and rJo
FLOUR & GrRA.IaN
yyoop irrKN AiiitKfc
i jWMworAaaa Co.,
Gcieral Comroisien Merchant
A tcoro of ladiet in XeBia, Ohio, pre
MoUd tkotfMlrai,ftt tW.Toltew Spring
poll oa election ayj BadjMlng that
tie FilWnA JadJoW aaretlieBJ
tko right to yoto, daaaaaW tkai Uwir
ballot,bLjoaiTtd. ,Tk JadfM of
lloeUoa tt.Bl BBp.Wo
IB a PirbDwibr.er Aatloch collew io
tatiat nnmingLmr clanu to akpot
it Uicir ballots. All failed. The la
dies withdrew and have now announced
their intention to prosecute the Judges.
A few daya ago the Springfield pa
pcra announced among the distin.
guiehod arrivals, that of Mri. 3Ivra
Bradwell, the uprightly cditrcjs of the
Chicago Leynl Ncm. Within n day
or two after, the Houfte passed a hill
that all publication! of notices far the
Mle or land unutr mortgages, truAt
dccd, or other instrumcuU, dull be as
good and valid if Buch publication i.
made once, a wccJi for four lucccusivc
weeks iu any legal paper authorized by
law to publish legal notice, aa if made
in a daily newspaper. The quick pas-
nage of this bill, under the influence of
the bright eyes and fascinating smiles
of the notably pretty editrew of the
Lrgal Nnri, leads us to believe that the
chronic.slowncsa afflicting the Illinois
Legislature io not incurable.
Tin Maaonic Lodge of Washington
City gave a ,eccption and banquet, .to.
Marl do Gray, of the Joint High Cos-
BMwiOTi, po tfa 10th. last.. The foreign
present were harl, ws, vktti. Lord
TeadcrdD, Sir .John MoIWald, ilr.
Northed, aad 'Mr. L'iUiraigo, 8tcri.
Ury ofjtJtfBtjoa.' Atwt
0 Mmom .w'JMeJmcltt4iK
tight SMalonad'iaaciy-for aaav.
bers of the Howwi 1 1n mj(q to tho
aoarcss or weioomo, fcarl le Urey epoko
jioti ,wAnaifi4i.Bir ana jarutners:
1 truit to Will Mrmlt s to raturn to
you and to Uia Grand lodf;of tha DU-
irici oi voraraBia tnr mon crate rut (Ban k-i
for tba vary kind iand rataraal iwalcona
wbicb you bare ri Ten ott thia occasion.
I auura yoo. sir. that- h atoe it tha
greatest honor to have thus; been jocalvcd
and to havs bad the opportunity of being
presented "by you to tha Grand lodsa of
ana uiainci oi yoiumoin, an oonor wnicn
s am awara I .owe, not t toy personal
worth, but to the, fact, and tbe mostimpor
tant and anlflcanl'fact.that I am a rep
resentative of tbe Orand lodgj i of England,
holding tbe hieliot office that can bo con
fcired on a Ma ion in England, that of
grand mnater; and. sir, I esteem it a
aa. s. fortunate. occation, fortunnU for me
as an mamauai ana fortunate ror Masonry
in loth cou'attUa, that there should at
lenchth bar taken place so close n union
betweea Masonry in America and Mn
sonry (n England, and that you mould
now lor tnu nrav lime, ns you tell me, re
ceive within tbe walls of this important
uranu touce oi rrco Jiaioni tno graiia
eaniter oi angiana. we ail Know tl)
fraternity is tbe first principle of Mnry;
and thereforo it is that all mi" rejoice nt
everything which ten to hind more
cloiely together Mons of different coun
tries. I, sir, tem myself very fortunate
ladeerii to navo nsa u in my power to at
tana nre io-nigni. i suaii carry away
trom this Orand lodge tho most grateful
recollections ci your Kinuncti. l snail
make It my frit duty to tell my brstheni
in England of the macnlflccnt reception
which has been accorded to their rund
matter to-night, and I am confident that
I do not mlilntorprot the foolingt with
which they will recclvo tho Informntion.
When I sea tliein they will indeed relolca
thnt tho Unit itep has been taken which
will tend Io a cloicr and more intimate
union between American and English Mn.
soni. luroiit applauio.j A union which,
for my part, I nave always believed exit
ted, but which I beliovo will ho closer and
more intlmute in the future." Tho Earl
wst applauded as he resumed his seat.
Tho company then sat down to tho ban
quot. At the removal of tho cloth, a
Ublo lodgo was openod and tho gavel of
tho Orand lodgo win supreme at in tho
Grand lodge. Grand Matter 0, F. Statu
bury woro tho apron and tath, and uted
tho gavel which foi-mod a part of tho in
ilgnia of Washington. Nono but Matont
ware admitted to any of tho ceremonies.
Bvon'tlie caterort, torvanlt and mutlclans
Mongcd to tho fraternity.
Mrs. Nettie Chase lloyt's wedding pres
ents wore valued at f 50,000.
A tchool girl of Is committed suicide in
New York last week.
The New York Suit, calls aoiuo of Jlret
Harto's reoeai'icains ."slipshod."
Journeymen bakori of Boston are or
ganlrlng for a , strlW . Jw ,
Emma Carrol, eleven years old, In tar
ing her baby brothor from a coal oil fife,
on Sunday,1 was fatally burned and died on
Mrs. Humuter has tued Alaxaadsr Mc
Gregor, a wealthy citlaaa of Terra Haute,
Cliarlcs A ttor BrMaakaa rckiai'. of
Mrs. SUnton, for 141,009, tko Washing
ton reiJdane hitllrllVj BainuV ?
ha was Saereiai'y oT W IV wlH'U r
Jjlembarad thai Mr. StMUeaia poor.,
Oim of the mcuoxtnorilaary facta om
ate tad with tba AbmtIobs BoretaUoB is,
that atary Mnoral awom thasldaof
Amatioaa ladauaiiBSBea was a7rawao
with oaa soiiury axcapUoa. mm Uaitar
ashsb jaiwamtr- wrm nvar
will be made still more attractive tban
tbey ara always. A catt in plaster of the
superb; awldon fat wbfcailt Betas: cast
In gilt brosae br 'ifullwj M tMuilch for
lAdvAlToru.Ii to bo placed aS an en
tranco door to the lurt'o room to tho right
or tne entrance nan tue nail in wnicn
tnndt a platter out of Mitt Hosmer'a
Siren Fountain, alto belonging to Lady
Alvoru, J ii tint room are to be placed tne
itutueoftlio ijueen ornaplui, tho r.ver-
ctt nionurnert, and tho beautiful tiletcli-
worth inonumeiu. -ulit lloimcr s friends
are very impatient ; for two years we have
ttecn waiting lor a tigtii ot aomo ot niuic
beautiful workt; but Mitt lloimurlt Inex
orable and will not show .her crcntions
uMll the it rendy. One certainty wo havo
to coiikiIh ut when wo do tee them wo
are sure luit to bo disappointed.
Story's Jerusalem Is tie but thing he
hatdoooi and litis is saying n great deal
when yon' remember his Libyan Sibyl,
Ceopstra, nnd Salome. It is his last
work nnd not yet ouoiplutod. although
nearly Qnlibcd. It it n teatedwfcmalo fur-
nrc, draped ns Story's cunning muiicul
fingers know how to arrange told. Sho
leans on a ruined wait and giises oil Into h
myttcrlou, hopclcst distance. Around
tho grand head it bound a cloth whoso
tMiiolcd ends hang over the suporb shoul
ders. On tho low but powerful forehead
la placed the phylnctery ornament which
Indicate! power ntnnng the Jows. Tho
body; which is as marvelous in IU strength
ai it It voluptuous in its beauty, is olothed ,
In a looic, slovelett garment which leaves
tho arms, throat and neck baro: a
sash 'is ttod loosely around the
waist; tho "tlrspflry falls 'ovor tho"
Iho beautiful breasts. -just idcfloinj; them.
Over tho knees fr'tnrown' a'nbthrr' gar
tnvnt. whoso manes and lines are like new
harmonies coming into an orchestral sym
phony anu blending so intricately witn
iho original at to becomo the reul bate.
Mtory lays we will find the meaning of hit
Jerutalom in the Drat chapter of Lamen
tations, i ue taco is as simpioana subtil
in expression at tbo marvelous drapery
It recalls not only that well-known tuuun
ingllnowbicli everyone of ut husropeated
Wno Ins-drawn up bracklth waters from
the deep wells of afllcticn or bos been
stranded on tho wild thoro of deiolntion.
''liehold and see if thoro bo any sorrow
like unto my sorrow." But the 'benntlful
Syrian fsco also tpeaki of haughty retent-
rnent at well as grief, and tho scornful Hps
seem to have jnit cried out "lo unto
mine enenilei at thou bait done done unto
Wo for my trantgrenions."
Tbo compotltlon of tho figure is tbe
most barmonlout possible. There is no
one point belter than tho other. As tho
statuo it turned gradually around, every
line flowt into n perfect resolution. Tbe
position of tho Icl'i and armt, tho pose of
tbe body and then tho subtle lines of tho
wonderful drapery all unite as variout
tnelodletin a tkilful piece of converted
Jiutic. Thero it not one inbartnoniout
potitlonand even in tho bad llehti the
shadows fall into beautiful moaning.
THE CARE OF FU RNITURE.
AFew.MUta far Haa "ra,
A writer In the T.i..olooiit makes the
fniinvlm. niibln suggestions, which wo
tranter to mircolumnt for the benefit of
iioutekeeperi 'generally :
Iloutekeenert do not always understand
the theory of the chemical andtriechanlcal
aution of different subitances on articles of
furniture. SeMoaS do w enter a home
In which wo. cannot detectasDot or flaw
that has been occasioned by either caroloit-
ncss or lenoranco In hardline, drocplnc,
or uiing tubttancot wnicn hnve proved
their delectcriout aflccts when bruglit Into
contact with' homo furniture nnd future.
An article is often moiled, at least In an-
pen rn nee. by tha application of mino pow
der or taponaccout subttsnco which list
been puffed up and comniondod liko quack
medicine, to purify, prcserre, and mnko
beautiful wbarovar an application it mad.
but wo have noticed in nine cases out of
ten, that spots' nnd flaws and d I tool ora
tion In furnituro havo occurred from the
spilling of water, oils, alcohols, or acidt.
Acidt actt on marble. Marblo it competed
of carboneto of lime:' that it, a compound
of carbonioacid and- lime. Now-the car
bonic acid has a comparatively weak affin
ity for lime,',and; mott other acidt will
prevail ove'r it, 'and take Its place whon
brought Mntfr'contact with compounds
containing it;' thus destroying tbe tex
turoof tbestoaa, liberating the carbonic
add, and leaving In place of tho curbon
ate, tho nitrate.' sulphate or acetate of
limo or tbo chloride of calcium, nt tho
cato may be,. Alcohol and water produces
no effect whatever upon marble, and oils
do not corrode or dissolve It, although
they are' sonwlmes absorbed to tuuh nn
extent ait' to produce permanent stains.
,on ino'Oitier nanu,an varnuncj or poi
Ithcd surfaces. of wood.- wkila. not Inlured
by weak nc(di,'.aro attackeil by alcohol.
VarnishQ stra'.coniit"d" inf different gums
and retitMfWaiehWo'generally soluble in
alcohol. ilauof 'lboio u'ro'niido bv dis
solving tho malorlals in alcohol tq .0-5 to
lrrjuify them, and "then ifNerrtlfcte yar
nihes a rapflkdAhe. alcohol .ey'spo"rt, ,
leaving Kr gd't!'M4fotiarinVUiia even'
coating over tW.whiJo urfooe; thereforo
if alcoholio.iubstaac ooMtea Upon such a
surfaco. whether It bo uleohol itself, or
spirits of any'kind, or evon strong wino,
the varnish Is attacked .'atidrlfdrl of it -la -
dlnol ved, and tho Brilliancy of the surface
is destroyed ' Oils will not attack either
marbli WvArnlsh 'surfaces, and will do no
inluryi oaoeait to naked .wood, or other
porous 'Miestanoea which admlr thorn into
Kret, from which they cannot anerwarat
Mily wptlled. Water afftU no aub-
qzcopt lueh have open aorue.l
vnica ciuo n enters nnu causes
uble In, water, as gluo in Johitt, nnd mucil
age or giirn arable, uted sometimes for
sutaoblng iuporflctal ornaments to fancy
'"'The practical lesson to bo loarned from
that is, that housekeepers mutt tako care
in dealing with fnrnituro to keep wator
away front everything porous, alcohol
froaa vanish, and acidt from marble.
la tkt Lower
of tte lralBBsre aad Lav 1
Ike Pealtentlarv-rnveaHrallea BID
Speculation Coaceralur the Tate at
tho State House Bllu
tXOAt. KOTICBS. '
SiniNoruua Anril 11. The Huuso
paued, the other day, a bill Ihtondod for
ilio bunellt of tbo Legal "Xsvi, providing
that all publication of notices foe tho tale
of land under mortgages, trust deedt, or
other Imtrumenti, snail be as good and
valid if such publication is madn nnco a
week fur four succestlvo weekt in any le
gal paper authorized by .Jaw to pirbliih le
gal notices at if made In a dally newspa
per. NO QUOnUM IN TUB 8KXATK.
Tlio Senate met this morninc. thrco
members buing present, and nothinc was
dono but to adjourn till to-morrow morn
ing, whon there will be a very fair at
tendance. IN the no us K.
After tho longlournal had been read.
tho Uouto, which was qulto full, ordorod
tho bill for a Hoard of AgricuUuro to a
third readme and pntted tlio Uralnscro
and Levco bill with umendmentt.
the rr.i.'iTENriAnr ixvtsvKwvto.v dill.
Tumi tho bill for the tnvestiiration of
tho affairs of tho 1'cnitcntiary camo up,
but Moiirs. Turner, JIaion, and Cu tu
rning! wero nliowod to buvo their namet
added to tho Peoria protest. Colonol
Morrison offered an additional section.
providing' that tho committM of InvetUga
tion should report what the'v did. the eVi-
donoo lukun, Jco to the Governor and
Legislature, claiming thai thero was very
llttlo noccsaiiy fur an investigation
unless they know; what wardone. Mr.
lJurloy' suggested that tbe Uou toould,
at any time ny resolution, call for. tho re
port. 11 o ahould not onposo tbe amend
ment, but thought tho information could
bo obtained without it. It whs alto hi
deslro that nothing should he put on
which would pre Vint tbe pnssago of tho
oill this teason. .Mr. Cutey, of Jcffuiton
spoke against the bill, asicrting that in
debtvdnets to the amount of SIOO.OOO had
been vontractod tiiice .November 1, and
objecting to allowing n committee to pay
out tuuh large sumt wuuoui tue approval
cf tho Lcgiilature. Mr. Turner was in
favor of tho Amendment, but feared that
its adoption would imperil the bill, the
jiatagoof which wat essential, for tho
tuto mutt mnko provision for tbo pay
ment ot tno ucott duo oy it to innocent
parties. The dchato on tho amendment
wat continued until lato In tho forenoon,
when it wat defeated by thirteen vtlej.
the chief arguement ngalnit it being tb
tlio amendment would defeat the bl"t and
that the Houte could at any J-io get tbe
information it desired. tho afternoon.
Mr. Kobertt' an-Jlncni, wuicu proposed
subttanll" the tamo thing as Mr.
Turner's, was voted down. aiiU tho hill
ordered to a third reading yeas, 91 ; nayt,
a,onijiwu muro tuau were nccettary.
An attempt was made to suspend the
rules to have tlio bill read a third time,
but it failed. It was well for this bill that
tho Slate Home compilation aroto, since
otherwise it would havo been debated for
dayt, but, under the peculiar vircum
stances, it slipped through without amend
tnent ana wuu very little laiic.
ORDKJt Or BUSINK8S.
Then Mr. Drew attempted to call up his
proposition to ameou tne oruor or business,
and, after somo preliminary squabbling,
tne unair ruiea it out ororccrat timttimo.
properly enough. From this Mr. Itoo
appealed, and on that Mr. Merrltt moved
tho prevlout question, and the Chair sus
tained it, but ibit deuitlon also displeased
.11 r. itoo, and no withdrew his appeal,
since, hod ho been successful, tho other
sldu would nave railed tno cry or rorcing
it through wbiloit was not very curtain at
thut time that tho nilo would have beon
adopted had it comu up, since, uven if nono
of tlio Winuebmro, Jletlenry. and north-
eru poopia nau vnatigeu away from tha
Statu iiouso, iicouiuuavouau but seventy
nii.o votei to auventy-livo ugaintt it.
cither the roorla people wero not certain
of these changes, or they did notknuw the
real ttute or auairs.
Thoreunon tho Uuso took un tha Urtt
oruer oi tue uuainvaa, wuiuu .was 1110 pro
suntHtlon of petitions, and Mr. Dixon of
fered one to repeal tbo law relative to the
importation of billiard tablet.'- Which bo.
. T t i . . . r . a. . . i -
came tho subject of great attention on the
part of tho House, several weathers muk-
n olaborato speeches to decide to which
committee it ought to go, and, after seve
ral yea and nay votes, It wus dlioomM of.
i lieu several old petitions, which hud been
kicking around, were resurrected, and
one wat tent. up. A motion to dispense
with US reading was carried. This uavo
an opportunity to Turner to move to re
consider, and' make an eloquent and touch
ing speech about cutting off the inaliena
ble right of petition. This enraged old
Mr. llitwos, who objected to the whole
performance, and was oxlremoly disgusted
nut moil wnoin no uuu iiurui iwiun
Id iot to' llttlo store on time. After
tbo yoaa and nays had been taken .leveral
iBoro times, tho motion to reconsider was
agreed to. All this wat intenporied with
motlout to adjourn, the last cue of which
TUB STATS IIQVSl, QUKSTlOX,
During the evening the state house nleh
came in, to that, giving than the North-
crn men, thoy had about eighty-four, with
about toven ubtcntccs to come in.
Tho Imnrottlon now tcoms to bo among
Senators hero that the body will adopt Iho
retolutlon to adjourn on Monday, but they
will hardly havo time to act on the IIouio
Appropriation blllt that havo been sent
them. If they do adopt.it, nothing can be
dono with the State House bill at thl ?
slon. TACTS AJCD SPECULATIONS.
Thero is a teeling among Peoria men
that tho Appropriation bill is done for any
how, they apicting that the Northern
men will be forced by tbe feeline at homo
to vote tacaintt It. At tho tame time manv
vmsmoan rrosn uook ana win ars ready
very much In the cold
tan be passed, voting
Bouse at present, not be-
BO Opposition to Springfield, but
rrelKvo Uls U tke be! t way to'
secure tbe resurrection of tnclr bill. To
morrow will probably be occupied in pre
senting petitions and referring them, and
those who ore managing for the Stato
proft't that such a course will satisfy
them perfectly, and that they have no ub.
Jectlont to its contlnuunce until tho day cf
aajournineni. expecting mat ilia renitcn
tlary, und other Important blllt, will r
main unacted on, und will, with their.
flgurn at the extra tcttlon. This uvenlr.tr
thero nro ICO tneinbers in, and the likeli
hood of moro to-morrow. Tho State homo
will culn br tlit. and thero it nn doubt
Peoria would have done fur bettor to havo
let the proposed rule come up to-cay, and
havo dltposcd of It then,
TUK I.NVKSTIOATION COMMITTEH.
meets again tlili evening nnd rontlnuct its
retearchci. It may bo taken for granted
that the Winnebago, McIIcnry, und Jo
Davlcit men. and uoitlblv a counlo morn
have decided, in obedienco to what they
feel to bo thetcntlmcnt nt home, to vote
againtt tin Stato IIouio bill. It it poi
ble, howover, that, If this tuhject comes
np at a special scstion, somo of tho aouth-
ern innmlicrs who havo voted ngalnit the
bill may vote for it, and thut offaci thit
KNTOUnAOEliCNT VOIt PEORtA.
It it roportud, tbtt morning, that dams
und Wright, of Winnebago: Carpenter,
of Can; MeConncll. of McIIcnry;
Tnwntend,of Jo Dnvloi., und Clow, of
ill have turned their backi on the
Stata Iloutc. bavinc been initructed by
tholrconitituetitiioto do, and that Cary
It uncertain. No voto hat yet been taken,
however, thowing that thcio gentlemen
havo changed front.
' " Halls by this lltlo aro beeomlng fashion
abloln this modern time of ours, and are,
eollocttvelv. one institution of which tha
nineteenth century may well boait. Cul-
ieo ii alwavt nrettv. always tlmclv or ut
least should be and a good calico ilrets,
'with contents In good order, wo always
loved, apron string and all, and no one
can doubt our taste. Tho rcaton we al
ways loved "calico" is. that we can't help
it; wo do so innocently and with malice
toward none. Wo don t go anything on
flnnr material than plain Mnrrlmoc prints,
nor more of It than ten yards, cxclutivo of
'raclngt" nnd a yard of lining; ten yarus,
mechunicully putlogether,can hold enough
"swaetneit'1 for any one man, and don't
need any other overlap', rufflo, and a
thousand sideboard extras to make the ct
tabliihment palatable, nor any pulverlzod
brickbats and chalk mines with which to
season a good square kilt we always
liked tho new material, served with no
Icing or frosting of any kind, hoe.,
since wo can go to a ball on-'iy
without iicviluK an array of Cupids
m(l.Jc( batterici, wo suggest a trial of tho
same thing in churches. JJjn t stagger
under our suggestion, for wo feel sure that
If no fomalca appeared In church except
those drcucd In calico, tho bulldlnir would
stand It, although the minister might not
oo auio to como to timo very wen lor a
few Sundays, for calico don't
want patent sermons but tho
genuine article liko itsolf. Wo did go to
"meeting" once, a few years ago; it was
held at a log school houte In Slippery
Hollow; thero wain't anything there ex
cept gtngham, straight, plain Jeant, cow
hide boots, and Christianity with no
'stick" In It: wo recollect that the exer-
cites did ut good, and feel sure that wo aro
needing another dose of tho article clear
all around. Wo agree to attend tbo ser
vice, to givo ten cents to foreign minions,
ten cents for charitablo purposes, ton
cents for the support of tho ministry, and
'.wonty cents as "boot" in the trading off
ol tho s 3 quo organs for clothing and food
to be dlttrlbutud among the dcitiluto of
the parish, if ant' contrrecation will only
como nut to church in clean calico nnd
untarnlthed leans, f cist unco so that wo can
go and bo "benefitted" onco more.
Ladles' Furnishing Goods,
Caruar Mala Blrtel.
II kind of clothing for I.llrn' wrr made to
r.or ipIv made. Alau. a full aouttinrnl of
SlU.fa'ani' l.adl!1 ah'.ea. mr.'vif
COR. UTII ST. A OHIO LEVEE,
C'liiro, - - - Illlnob
Has uit ruesiyeil a, full and cpmpUtvatock nl
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Of etenr daaenntloa, which will lie snM ai rlc-
that will noi I. II to auit all uruh4sars. I' rfe
tit Kua'aoleed. Ua atock (
Shirts, -flats, ;Jaipfii-et5.
la ooi excelled la polat et Bnie'atU stile la tb..
cr aay ether asatkst.
DAILY PAPER IN KYW:
Win. H.Sfjriri. ' ... Jm.1i.
JNO. II, CANnON es CO.
Hucceora to E. O. Tenia A Co.,
STR4W k SILK MULINERY
002 N. 4th St., oar. HU Charloa,
OterU.H. Eipie.s Office, BT. Z.Via.
Onlor. will rncslTe, niompt aai carffUIatMa
lion. ' aarTdln ir- -V
Cor. Sth .St. nnd Commercial av.,
IV TflC PERRY 1IOEHL
llharp Jtaxora, clean TowaU aot BaUii.
Lidlf' and ChlMiYn' lllr Cut sad SliaasteaDea
iti.fr at tno ahopor,
AT THKIK OWN UOME1,
nullt men's Vht km and Hair Dytd lnala
tltSo iiinnr nl tatlarixlluDguafautted.
I liLASSWAKK nnd HOUSE FUKtiSli
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Commercial Av., Opposite Post OHce
JOSEPH IUYLISS, Proprlrtar.
The Ifoufo lantwly InrnMied and offers teth
puhllrtlr-tH'Ua. accommodation!. fahTrttf
REAL ESTATE IROKERS-
Q . WIJVNTON
JsiucMior io John(J.
Harwsa A Co.,)
74, Second Floor. OHIO LEVEE .
BuV and Soil Real Edtate
vaniBif AMNTtvArTa er TiTLk
and pacpABB vaavKTAacaa
NMY TU A CO.,
A!o, keep constantly on btad a aaeat eats-
pIctB alock ot
Scotch and Irish WhUklaa
i ll.j.:.. Pk P.i.L.-
I lYIdUrJIld, OlltJIIJ, LfJliUtl
W, axclualTelr tor Cash, to waJeh taet we
ante the attention of cloae tarfaia bujere
Special aiientlon iItco to fl ling ordtrs.
Q. I. U'lfiLIA.MSO.V,
Mo. ; Ohio Lttce,
tiieaUl alieiittoai a;laM la Oaaataw
.emaanil Mltli a SJrara' " J
uooeasora to fHrsUao, n udsea A Cssrktl
CAIHO. ILLv .