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M JOHN H. OBERLY &
OOMMISSION-FORWARDING.
J M. I'HIl.MI'H A O..
'Biicoessors l E. 0. Hendricks Co.
FORWARDING
.......
Mmission Merchants
PROPRIITORS.
OAIllO, ILLINOIS.
fciBr.Ri. AMTiifrrM hadx on con.
NlO.lf M KN tH,
KWAtk prepared lo recefve, afore and forwatd
freight ( nil i)lnt, and buy an I aII on com.
fnlaWon
earnuilnca aiUoJaJ Uwllb tirom-ito.,.
QLOSE A VIA'CI'Va',
CENEItAl.
MEKCIIAXTS,
atvl dralr In
lime-, Cement, Plaster Paris
AM)
PLANTER EKS HAIR.
Cor. 8ih Street and Ohio Lcvce
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
fsbUJtm
K. W.MlUU.
)ti. T. Pasara
Ac PARKKIC,
GEHERU COMMISSION
AND
Forwarding Merchants
DEALERS IS
FLOUR, CORN, O ATM, II A V,
3Bto.. aato.,
JLT. 58 Ohio j-Levee
CAIRO., ILLIXOIH.
JiVO. II. PIIILLIN.
Baceosaor lo Parker A Phltli..
UESEBAL. COMMISSION
FO R WARDING MEB CH A H T
And Dealer la
Flour, Meal, Hay, Corn, Ohih,
Uran.
Cor.10thSt.8tOhio Levee
CAIRO. II.MXOIf.
jTJALLIDAY BROTIIEKN.
L
fMMK I tlMUKItl
DKAI.VUH IN
OUR
Ami Agsnu ol
OHIO BIYEB AM) JiiNiIIA
SALT COMPANIES
Wo,70 OIZXO Xj33XTX33Q
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
JEADYOIAm: CLOTIILU.
I. WAIDEB
COK. CTII ST. & OHIO LEVEE,
alro, - - - IllinoiH
H at recerei4 a full and compteteitrwk n
READY-MADE CLOTHING
AND
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Of ar'aryJeKritillQp, which wjll be. anld at p n
that will not lall to nut all purcheri. lf.rnct
fiti guaranteed., till itock of
Shirts,- Hats, Caps, etc,
la not excelled tn point ol price and tjlo In tn I;
cr any other market. '
BOUNEJBALiUVG ANH MOV.
'SUMERWELL'&BAIRD
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Areprepard to take contract fnr ralirri or
oiher I 9f workm Hielrllne.V "
tlrT,,.,h,P,,hl0,',I'i'1P1''l?cJ hr."'
moln2 if niulnf nouiM on ibori noti eesd a
thai of puWle pairooaxe. ioiltr7
COMMISSION
nnunni
IT
CO.
CHARTER OAK.
170,954
Sold Since Their Introduction
The Mont MaeceMNful
Popular and Perfect
COOKING
OP TZXXI PHlHOtJ
ni: oun. well known
... -
Hfimrof the Slmnlost Count rnei Inn.
arc "easily niatinfrcd and jruarautfed to
ENTIRE SATISFACTION !
A no article in the Inn. .1,1,1,1 I,..
Influence in erornotin the health, camion and
hajpllie., el the f. In lit lnl llian lh Cnnlt
Stove, II I, economy a. well a, ollcy to Kit the
very ti.t ; and In liuylnjj the. trm Charter 0a
jou can lely in stulnir the mail tuvrM til,
popular jsnd -perfect cocking (tore erer rente.
HOLD IIV
p.xc'KLsion maxufactduim; to.
fil2 A 014 If. JItn Mtr.ef,
Nl. I.oula, Mo..
AND A LI
Live Merchants
LIKE.
. W. ICjEXDjERSOX
Cairn, Illinois.
d.lirnl.'T
MICROSCOPfeS.
rrilTICELEBKATED
CR1IG MICROSCOPE
I. an optical wonder, reveal, the thouaanda of
hldiien wondera of Nature; I, ol permanent uw
and pwtical availability, combining instruction
with amuaement, and never lo nr Hi Interest. It
TEN THOUSAND TIMES
a power .U1 to other micro trop. of mam
timii Its co.L 1'eveal, cotintlea, luile woilda, all
arounj u.. teeming with life, which fi the naked
evetnmt lo-ever remain atealed bniiLatel in
Tinecai, animal In water, chere mite,., tagar and
Itch IdikIi, milk niobiller, claw and hair, uf In-
ecu, hundred. of tin in alfijclv eye of a Br.
duitufa Initifrflr'a wlngito hAperfevlly formed
fcatiier. the muuhtalkeuof TrinchinaSpirfcliii or
pork worm.Khlch wa Artld.itcotertl in America
with tin. Jllcroxiope.
It it of Infinite Talue to profeaalnnal men, to
tea. htra ami to atuitem,, but nowhere i. It of
Krolcr value than n Iri-umily t.l, within the
reaahnf errjf memlr. It will Jellcht yourfe,f,
jmiirchihlren and yoor friend" tlurlnj the 1od
w Inter erenm;ii. It will ibow j.m adulteratlmia
and iraelearilineia ot various kind, of food, Ml
Kr, tea, lread, meal, e.
1 It Is of Inr-st hualjcl Yulnelo the Forme
1 In examluloe Inrecti which prey upon hn rrnpi.
I The power or ajvjmtcroacope.anii tn aiinple In
iia cuoiHiirjion inaiaay ciuid can u.e it und.r
Undingly ati.i with appreciation.
A laiif ll prenenl, elrrint, iD-tructltej Ainun
ing, nndhe Orer CU.iwj hate teen told.
Dunne th" paat eii taia lla worth h.a been tea.
titled to tiy thoutwidi of ictwn title mcu, farmer,,
echool teai-hrr. tudi-nt, phy.iclin., Ileiwl. c(
familli a, uud otnere.
I'ltlCE ?3 OO.-Scnt by Mall, Post Paid
Erery inrrument it neatly boxe.l, ami nand
nnmely latwled with full direction for ue. Thou
,and, have been er.t by mail.
Addre.., W. J.1.1NF.-W A Ctl.,
Cblcaco.
FREE! FREE!
"The Sllcro,coo, - a inonllil) journal of infor.
mation for tne people-tho tnycterifH ol nature
explained lutereaiiDK iLloriuatlon on tbe won.
dera of creation .tones, tk-th. In. Teimn
tl 00 per yr. Thl journul will be font Free
fur oue year to any one purrilin.ini; a Cralc Mn-ro-cpe,
at tho reifiilar price, JS, (Craij; .Micro.copn
will bei tent poat paid.)
Fomamplecopr.nnd nurheaut'fully illtutrated
anddecriptitoclrcuUr,iind-lnhi pagea ol tes
timonial, uf Croli Mlcroscono, aemt lx cent, for
poittcetn W. J. LI NKS L CO.,
Uplluias:, anl So! Prupricora of Craig nud Not.
city Mlcronciipe, CnlcnRO, III.
Acnl. an I DeAlori. IliU Miirj.copo veil in ct
ery tunlly on It mrnta, when (xiuited. L're
Prnfita Oulckdle. febttuum
u:3 oi 3. r-:r5iws,
Nortlj Ultihth St., f'hil.ida.
DoTdWiis UMM
Vecetable&IIv
A color and dressing tlmt will
not burn tho hair or injure tho
head.
It does not produce ft color
mechanically, as tho poisonous
preparations do.
It gradually rcstoroa tho hur
tonta original color and lustrs,
by supplying now lifo arid' vigor.
It causes a luxuriant growth
of soft, fino .hair. ,
Tho best and Bafept- articlo
eyor oilbrcd. , - . v
Clean and Puro. iTo sediraenw
Bold ovorywhere.'
ASK FOR DOBBINS''. A
nth) in.
SATURDAY.
Pnr.siDENT OnANT participated in the
Odd-Fcllowscclcbr.au'ou at Ifnjotte,
Inil., on Wednesday. Vica-Prc.iilent
Colfnx dtlircrcd iho nddYps:!.
TIE Cincinnetl, Timts.anil ChronlcU
Lavo been consolidated, and on Monday
..'.II t. ! , - . '
.uum niu. u. uwuuu.aa an -avonl!
Ior. .
r ; . I i! i.i . .
. i it ixjiicveu mat iwotitv nuiiioiiM
of dollars will not cover tliu elainiH of
tho Southern loyalitx, at, the rate that
they ore now hein laid before the
Claim Comtniscionrr.
in. nwMjiiiiiKor or fii country liavc
held a convention in New York city, t
'I' I
which they declared their Jisapprnvnl
ot the JJiirJtngham treaty inviting the
introduction of Chinee labor, and an
nounced their unalterable dctcrmitin
tion to oppose any party that will not
guarantee the prohibition of Coolio
slavery, and inviting the co-operation
of all trades unions against the en
eouragemcut of Coolie labor.
A telegram from San Francioo, dated
April Jith, contain tbe information
that tho jury in tho ca.o of Laura D.
Fair, the murderer of A. P. Crittenden,
brought in a verdict of murder in the
firpt degree. The jury were out foriy
minute". Till within the last week,
huch a vordict waiuot looked for, but it
i approred by nine-tenth? of the com
munity and is' looked upon a.
a just vindication of the law and
a rebuke to the doctrines put
forth in the defense of the 'cac. The
prisoner is said to have been unmoved
when taken from the court room, tbe
only perceptible difference being that
she was somewhat oiler than, .tmial.
Ihb Hartford Time maintains that
Gov. English is legally and indubita.
bly re-elected.. It says;
Governor Enclilh it rc-lectcl trovern
or of this ttate by a majority of T V J5LVE.
no na inn clear niujority ovcruK tho
votes cmt for all other person!.. It u
co.vhtitl'tio.val majority. It belong to
nun uv i no nrovuioiis oi 1110 constitution,
which proscribes tho manner In which tho
returns of votes shall tq maiio hv tvlioui
tnaJo and when they shrill be rnntfrj. The
constitution, which members of tho lcuis
laturc, as well as othcn, are bound to
supjKirt bounil by their oaths to sustain
co mines tin; Ir-gislnttiro to tho votes
counted Hnd declured "in ihe tltctor'
tiicrting,' on "tfie firit Monday of April."
Hut the liopublicaiis propose to count
votes tound in boxes in Jlnv; nml thev
claim that they will declare ".lowcllel.'c
tedonuch u count, in violation of the
constitution! If this Is to lj Uio rule, tho'
constitution shculd bo changed, and tho
party that can print tho ino.t votes, nnd
Huffthein in during tho thirty nights be
tween tho election and the meeting of the
legislature, will win.
LETTER FROM ANNA,
"'"-Viindsil iMaect-A Html
Juke Homicide Inaaue Aarlum
Cummlaalouera,
Amii, April 20, U'.
Editor Ihdletin: Thero has been such
o plentiful luck of news and absenco of
stirring evcnU In our village during tha
past few weeks, that I have been con
strained to keep silont frtm shoor neces
sity. "We lunuish for some excitement.
Wo nro enjoying seven Sundays to tho
weak nnd our business men are as quiet
nnd dignitU-d as so many preacher. Tho
nrrlvnl of a wagon from the rnral districts
is a noticcahtu Incident, und tho preienco
of hnlf u dozen farmers In town nt ono
time attracts tittentiun and Inspire! hope.
Only the tux gnthcrcr and revenue officers
uro buisy.
This tojiipoi'ary dullness, howevor, Is no
evidence of waning prosperity. It Is
meroly tho sequence of short crops,, lrtiit
failures und scarcity of money. The farm
er Imvo but Httlo of lnt year's products
to sell, and nro only purchnsing tho actual
necessaries of life, thus contlning com
mercial transections within a small circle.
Tho toiling tillers of the soil nru improv
ing each shining hour of tlicsu lovely
spring days In putting In feed fur tha new
crops mid coma to town only when in
prcsiug uccd of tome artlclo,foc household
or farm uso.
Tho wheat throughout our county is in
splendid condition, soma of It threo feet
In high', and "heading out." "Thoro riovcr
was a bettor promise of n generous wheat
harvest, than that which iiowladdcns
rtho oyes of our furmcrs upon, every lsljt
sido and in Qvery valloy of our fortilo,
county. . ,, t .
i JDniauiNaturt,llko Datno 'iFOrtilno, is
om:Uincad"codlpa''llk3 but
prn'sj sho 'oemr lnclcdf'fX treat our
"Eg'ypt'ilihdly. Tho peach treoj In' tho nu
triorous orchards are' laden with peaches
big as hasul nuts, Ono of our rural pocU
esses say-"Tho tiny peachlets look out
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, AL'llIL '29,
I from among the leaflet!," etc. Pretty, isn't
I It? Apple, plume, nprlcols, chcrrln,
(trawberric, nnd nil tho small fruits aro
in good condition, giving promlso of re
payment to tho fruit-growers lor losses In
past fruitless enson. Thoy have labored
and waited patiently, and lhcr reward Is
likely to bo great. A largo number of
commliilon merchants from Chicago and
St. Leuli aro now here soliciting consign
ments of fruit, etc.
A few dnyi of cool, cloudy weather cul
minated In a light frost on Sunday morn
ing last, cutting down, In tho grccnnc'S ot
their youth, tomatoes, peasx beans and
'garden truck," Injuring sotrto strawberry
field, and In the 3Tissistppf bottoms de
stroying.' great many peaches and other
fruit,- Tiio-wcntberls warm nnd pleasant
to-day, nnd Wc hopcthnt Jack .Frost has
withdrawn lo tha land of tho bluo noses,
frightened hence by the warm advances
of ardent spriiic.
Tho next danger dreaded by our fruit
1st.', Is tho coming of the accursed curcuHo.
This vandut insect came into existence
simultaneously with tho 1'adicnl party nnd
has been as destructive? of fruit as that par
ty has been of civil llberljcH and Republi
can Institutions. Some Inventive 'uenius
has invented n machine for capturing
curcuHo. One of these 'catchers'' hns
bcn perambulating our streets several
da ya. It resembles a buco buttcrllv on a
wheelbarrow mid lm a bumper in front
that etrlkes tho tree, jarring olTtho bugs,
(who by tho way nr no; so tennciou. of
grip us arctbelr prototypes tho Harts) ami
they aro.canght on Alio outspread canvas
wings of tng mnchlno and killed. Tliis
car of juggernaut 1 an "Kgyptlan In
vention and is iid to be tho best bug-
Killer made, it lius but. ono wheel, vet
while in use, it is. "a little buggy."
VJamcntabld homicide occurred nenrour
town a few days since, Two men, a Mr,
vukiii, nnu .ur. uoy jmvi, nau n dis
.11.!. r v. . .
pute about tho right of possession of a
pieco of land, A quarrel ensued and both
beenmo angry and excited. Finally. Ad-
k?n, who was nt work upon tho disputed
ground, struck Davis with a ho hitting
the aids of bis bead nnd fracturing tho
Mill. Tha wounded man lingered seve
ral days and dlcL Adkins Is In Jail.
charged with murder. IJoth men were
reipoctablo fanners.nnd this, terrible affair
has excited the sorrow and sympathy of
the no ghtorh90tEr)r their bereaved
f itniHe.
Tho new board of Insane Asvlum Com
missioners have not vet put in thair ap
pearance. Messrs. Wiley nnd Owen aro
here putting things in order for the com
ing men, but wo miss the pleasant counte
nance of Mr. Kingsbury. Ho is probablr
enjoying his otiiiu turn dj. in the ofllco of
n moro powerful and certainly less fickle
patron than the State tho Illinois Cen
tral railroad. IIo is u practical nnd ener
getic business man, if not a practical
ouiiaor, tucli as our uttuto Solons havo
pronouned tho only persons capablo of
watching tbe progrm of 11 building al
ready under the caro of an experienced
superintendent ami u ilm-cln. architect,
nnd protected by the snvcro penalties
named In tho bond of tho contractor, In
case of failure to do his part. Owen and
Wiley havo been the most earnest nnd ac
tive members of the original board, and
certainly nooo of tho blame, If blame there
is, for slowness in the progress of tho work, I
enn attach to them. Gov. Dougherty, with
a liberality that ha been wholly unap
preciated, donated to tho.State all of tho
magnificent building siono that has been
used. IIo wat tho "father of tho bill" thnt
brought this institution into being, and,
after having for a year prevented tho lo
cation of tho cditlcn, ho repented him of
his obttlnacy nnd has faithfully attended
i6 the duties pertuining toiils position as
chairman of tho board. Hut tho legisla
tive guillolino spared not even this, our
venerablo Lycurgtis.
It sometimes happens to n younr physi
cian to nttend a patient through long
nights of weary watching nnd days of
anxiety and got him where something tells
htm that convitlicencQis near nt hand,
and Just thon sorno meddlepnm womqn in
terfere old Dr. I-ogy is called in tho
patient improves rapidly and tho old Dr.
reaps tho reward. So with our commis
sioners. Just as everything hnd begun to
work smoothly; ufior spending months,
like moles, under ground whero their
work mndo no showing, and had got to :i
point whero they could Ukmoimi pride in
what thoy worn doing, nn;! had begun to
look forward lo tho early completion nf n
building that should re fleet nredit upon
themselves and bo the best and most per
fect 9fi its kind In .short Justus thoy
jlmij passed the breakers and get into
smooth water down ennie a com
mittee of marplots from the "l'rnbc-God-bare-bones
Parliament" ut Spring
Hold, who devoted fifteen minute- of
their valuable time inspecting tho
wurk and hurried back to report thorn
olves displeased. Tho fact of its being
in Kgypt was no doubt at the bottom of
their dlsjilcuSuru.
All the northern Improvements Imtl been
provided for by generous appropriations,
but'wheni It came to doing anything in
'ltyir.A;bcboo,ves.theni tofhow tholr
lovo ofcqonotny, Ono, hundred and twon-ty-flvo
thousand dollars to Elgin, cheer
fully; SCO.OOo' to Anns $30,000 to Car
bondalc, under; protest and many reatrlc-
1871.
lions. Wo aro grateful and humble.
A groat many Improvements are 'In
' .....,.,., n.nuu!
.
iioru lllion.
WASHINGTON LETTER.
Wasiiisuibx, April 2ih, UTt.
TIIKhUPItEJIE COfBT
yeilcrdny reached a decision on the con
stitutionality of tho legal tender net. This
doclslon not only declares tho act consti
tutional, bnt reverses the decision of tho
last term of tho court, nnd mnkes valid nil
contracts made prior to its p.nagc. I
should bo sorry to lo compelled to think
harshly "of the' highest tribunal in tho
land, but thl decision Is only the fuinil-
ment of what was threatened hv lfiu
rriqnji of Cfonurnl ;ranl. Tho court di
vided ns follows : .Iiutices Davis, Miller,
Strong, Swuyno and ISrndlev, in favor of
'ho constitutionality. of tho act; nnd Chief
JtisllcoChaso andJusllccs Nolson, Clifford
and Field, dis'cntlnu. Judges Strong and
Nrndloy nro the late appointments of (Jen-
em! Cirnnt.
THE JOINT litem COUMIUMON
will sign the treaties this week, it having
been ascertained that tho homo govern
ment havo agreed to what hns been done ;
and then the wisdom of our Senate, with
Its wooden-headed carout-bnL'ara nnd
. on
Windy scalawags and no-r-oulcd rotton
borough land-grnbbers and narrow-minded
ynnkee?, will agreo to tho treaties with
out respect to their turms, which ofcourso
must Include h sop to New England,
solely out of deference to tho wish of
L'lysscs, who thinks ho is making it ten
strike by n settlement of tho Alabama
claims. The provisions or the treaty on
tho Alabama claims will be compared with
those of tho indignantly rejected John ton
Clarendon treaty, and if not much moro
favorable to us there will bo a sudden let
down of Grant this administration among
tliof.0 who nro now disposed to be .friendly
to him and his aspiration.', hut who re
member his splurgo in his mcsNigc, when
it was generally thought that Grant In
tended wiping Knglnnd from oft" the map
of Europe. Grunt will find in this, ns in
everything clo he has yet undi-rtakcn, ex.
cept the ilu-Klux bill, thut has blun
derod. XUdiivi will tell the nor v.
Tho following uuno.incement In the ?-
publienn, of this city, does nut portend
much on its faco, hut it has a hItorv.
'V. r. IIOI.MK,
nssistcnt apprni'er of morvbnridiiein .Now
lork, has resigned, to tuko effect May
1st." When wo nro so well nwern that i
'few otllce holders dio and nono resign,"
wo were nnturally anxious to know why
any one should voluntarilly resign tho
very comfortable position of nssUtanl ap
praiser. When tlia lately appointed ap
praiser, W. Darling, took possession of
his ollice, he mndo u speech to his numcr- I
ous employees and told them they must :
"sL'ri'oitT grant's aiimimsthation." !
Mr. Darling then requested from '
each deputy nsistant npprnifier nnd
oxaminer n lift of their employees
nnd tha names of tlioso who recommended
them. This was dor.o to wetd out Senat
or Fcnton's friends. This small and con
temptiblo buineM was too much for Mr.
S. 1'. Holme, who declined to furnish the
list, nnd sunt his rc'ination to Mr. Uout-
well. Darlinir had raised consldernhln nf
storm by hit opening address, and he ro-
nllzed It, und sent to Mr. Holmes, reaucst-
ing tho withdrawal of his resignation; but
he peremptorily declined. Heretofore ex
aminers nnd appraisers wero chosen with
special rcferonco to thoir nbility, without
regard to their politics, but now things ato
changing, nnd politicians of tho Radical
stripe must now havo oven tho important
npprnlsors' department under their con
trol, nnd thnt means swindling and rob
bery. So much for Mr. Hoi me-, resigna
tion nnd the why and wlierefjre.
iion.irn nnEELKY
has on loreral occasions lately hit Grant
some pretty sovero slnps, wiilnh leads tho
Grunt conspirators nnd manipulators to
believo that Horaco itt very much demor
alized, nnd thnt ho is not a unit for Grant's
renomination, and in order to calm the
troubled spirit of tho philosopher thev
awarded to tbo Pbutc-Litho-'ratihlo
Company of Now York, of which
Horaco is l'residont, nnd u large
stockholder, tho contract for furnl.li-
ing tho plans nnd drawings of tho nnmml
Patent Ofllco report, for tho sum of $lg(),- '
0)0, only fCO.ono moro than Lnnagrmi
Ogllvie, n well-known and rollabo firm
here, otfered to do it for, bnt whoso bid win
i ejected that tlm company, of which Hor
ace, tho philosopher, is nreIdent. may
flourish. If tho Tribune does not
now full into lino uud rhom
for Grant, then Grant may
well loo ull faith in human nature, for
thorols no appreciation or gratitude In tho
author of "What I know about farming."
Some scribe who doi not know the differ-
encn between it beet nnd an egg plant, I
. i
says that tho country will not recover in ,
twenty years the evil which ha, been do.,,.
by Greeley's book, "What I knpw about
farming." This is mero joalntisy of Oreo-
loy's liiiraenso knowledgo of Intern and
turnips.
lladiciilisni is not only wicked, but It Is
also absurd. Tho lladlcnl committee of
this district i.35 appointed a committca to
Inqulro into tho "logul rights" of a, num.
bor oT discharged flshurmon, who lost their
ONLY
' p'iicm by leaving tboir work to como here
Xn b
These mTnVad S'"ShUo'wti lioro nt
VOTF. ON ELECTION liAV.
all, not being citizens of tho District; whilo
employees of tho Olote office, tho raw '
yard nnd other Government workshop, '
wore di'chnrgcd tho day atW tho elec
tion, nnd no explanation as to tho why
or wherefore given. Thoy hnd voted t' o i
Democratic ticket. ' '
IMPEACIIKlt ASHLEY I
was snonkingnrouud tho departments yes-1
terday. Of couno be was lifter no good, 1
except to lino his pockets with cash ho ac
counted good. Had man, that Ashlsy.
RAILROADS.
IO.V
12,000,000 A.CVC-M
. -.OF TIIK.-
llc-t Fnrmlng and Mlni'r.il
America.
l.andi In
3,000,000 acre, ehoic- f.irinin landi
on the, lin of the read, in ttn-
STATE F Xi-.tHSAKStA
In Ihn
r.HE.vT 1'I.ATTK VALLKV
Now fnraiJe, lorcaaliorcmlitnt low rslesof m
termt. Tii ,a land, are near the 'In rarallcl of
NorihLoiiKltude, In a mild nnd healthy climate,
and forcram Rrnwlnrj and tvk raiKitJir nre un
equ lla.l by any In the Unite 1 btate.
i.'oiireufent lo market toth ent nnd wet. Price.,
rsnuerroin ii Wto (10 in! per acre.
; it k ATa .v d vctin t: ts
To cttlt with hinllOd me.m,.
J3.SOO.OOO Aorca
Rich Gore.mment lands ftlnnj; tho roij helnii
OJIAlI.t AS It MOItTJI 1'LATTI!
fiurreye l and open for eniry under the llonw
tcail eri'l lTe.emiillon la, and can 1m. lake., by
ACTUAL KETTLE!!.4, 0.VLV.
AnouiKirlunitr neir bfore nreerited fur ec-
rurinv home, n-i.ru crtul llilhun.! uilh all tin'
contenlence, of an oil icttlnd country. Jiomt
edillon ol de-crtntire DAmnhtet, with mini, now
ready and unt tree to nil putt, of the United
flaiea, C'n.vl. nod Kurupe. Adiirci-i
o. I , I. I?. Land O'lnmmioiinr
an! ittmw'mi ll. P. II. It. Cn. Oiiinlm, Nh.
QUICKEST IWllTK FU05I
Till' SOUTH.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL Ii. I
St. i.otsls I.oulHVllle, Cliuiiiiiuti
ChiciiRsi, Xcw York. Itssston
. Still ALt
I'ua.eiiccr Traliii Arrive nt nml Iciive
C'nlro iih Xolliiwa:
Mall Kxiirca.
A'H'.V.-1'00 M 'J'8I P.
nni Alit-aiUil A. itx :il301 Jl
Hoih Iralnacoiineetal Ceulralla with trainaoo th
MAIJ JLJDtfJE.
I'aiin, Decatur, lllooinlngt mi, Kl I'aio,
La Salle, Slemlotn, Frerpurt, (Jalemi
llutmiiuc, anil all pulnta In lllliinla
allaanurl, Ulnucaota, WUcoiitln and
lowu.
Ani with line, tunning I'ahI and West for
St. Louis. Sprlngllriil, LoulsUlle, Cin
cinnati, liiilluimpolls Si Ccliiuilius,
and ai CIiIcrro ith Mlelcan Central, Michlsrin
Southern, nnd Pitlobiirit, I'mt Wijriie
and ;iilcvo i.ntlroad, to
Detroit,
Cli'vcliiin',
Dunkirk,
Alliiiny,
ilnstoii,
Ahiiiiilflphlii.
IViiHliln
NIngrj 1'iills,
llrlc,
liiill'iiln,
Xeir York,
J'ltlsuiig,
JlllllllllOI'f,
ton,
ALL
POIWTS EAST
l o. through tlekelSnnd lufurinatinn, prly
IllinoiH I.Vntra. Itiulroad ZJepor.
W. P. JOHNSON,
ficiier I P.nenuer Ap'Bt, Chteneo.
M. Iir.WIT1', lieneral .supen ileiident
J.Johnaou, iint Oulro.
c-iMca.'t.i-'ii-'i.cA A- ni-B,a..s
On nnd after Monday, IVhruary 27tli,
1S71, trnl iix will run ns liilliniM
.Milll'IIKUN niVHI'i.N.
tii,i aniMi i.nrTilr.r.
Mail.
J.i;iue A'hlanJ TKN.m
Ktprei.,,
..J&.W tn.
....Iit'l "
....ftti; '
M..i.
t ti in,
,...f,iu
.....hi 1
...:l'
li'll. l
" SlirinuHVil .... 0 1" "
" Ti)lornlle .... -Iln "
I Arrive ai I'aiii I.'.ki in, .........
imiM .iMi NOkTimmr,
I'xiiret.,
I,eie Psu I .Hal n in
" Ti)lirvillo in; "
Arrive at fi lripl'i... . i.-S
I ne Kpulnutli'liln..,,
Arrive at Anhtainl....
'irriii:it. pivhiiin-.
milNe noiNu .oi'riu 1-1.
Ine i;dj;ooonU...Ui'ia m
" Hon "
Arrive at hhawiieeiouiviaVip in
TR.sii OAiai. Mini in, i. t.
Leave 5ii,4iieeliiiru ul.'. n.lli
" Klor .'.'.Vi '
Arrive nt IM;i'imI....I;Mi ' .,
.. lUil"
..IliM i
.. u.'i ..ill
.....V l1i.Iil ,
.... Ti" ;' ,
Thei:' m . Ii'.ln Irum IMi-eiin'iil. rtin- Mill"
Mniuis, W.ilneni.ij snnd 1'rirtay, ,n l '' i.
iii.iii iii'iu iiiinii neinwri nu I np.n.j i"i" i
uay and iMdunioja. '
..trSSniaU: .A".1. ' ii.fc.'f.lV'J ii'-iT-AU-"
Petal .lm a, Meun( llr, m lid ell llnl et.
At I'ptiiiKiii'l I. ih' Olin k" nd tl'i.r, mil
Toledo, Wiiln.h and Wr-tern llniiuml, ' r.r i
lllooinlnKti ii,flileB",uiidll mlni norih.iiorih-
et met urn ,
At Puna u ltd In, I. nml b' I.oiils, mill lllinol.
Central llailnHi.l lor all iPuits rnat eouili riel
aoutheail.
A I lilitiiod with llhluaijo Hivialoti lllmoln
Ceiiiml lUllroiul,
At Flora, Willi Ohio aid Miaianpi Itailroad
ih ucuiu-ii. miii aieaiiiuuaia lor i;inein
nati, P.iducih, Cairo ami tit. loiii.,
OilLANU SMITH. Oen'IKup't.
Joan Foooitt, Oen'l Fr'gt and Ticket Ag't.
pacific omifiui tijbcmmsmE
3 , U.-'n.iV'nia'tlia In alt Its lo'jai, and
I cW luiitierfn'.a relief In nil cue..-
I.an.l (Irani nirrct ffora llir IJovern. I 'VAtSftUtl tlpthltttvs, br,
DAfyY PAPER IN iic.YPT.
f n D7PU A TTJO
I IJ) jiiuJlAU tS
j GoMBU KQfflGCliGS.
117JS.!.C :'.,..rJ. l a"hi')."T:ilhlnd
lfoner. f I tlx) K' A'l rf ary t.ui ef u.w,
In any stij-fwhi'li th -y fail tn core.
a. wui-.utu mii-ut, BAL
SAir4, Noi, i a J, ars the
L-restest .Itcrttltir, "int)n.
Dr. IIICIIAU'.S ntlLDF..V
i: j. i ii D'.iJinun i, th,
flrciUr.t Tonic nul Astrlnitnt
In the Melllcil Mali Its. HI-
ciiAira tioLiTEjif "AXrrnoTK
Ii the onlr reUatle dlantic.
Theie rmelt are Ml, ailrefl"jrt! t Care all
Cciplalat, and heneflt tmM but ar,irn,fiintef'l
to eUnt l'.llcal and H(eily- Cart In all raw, for
wMcii Uy are roimmended, wbaa all etlief treit-
I by IMf i
i.iTi,. nu'tt. Tens tiiii'Wiana, ren recoet
ht have tMl mtl hAnHl an4 'h.
My
1 mMllcal
A. HO. J,
; Ar 1IAT.SAM. :. I, jatV, uic(r. Llc-rate.1
, h iretlir at an I y,M. !Vr F.jm, Catane-
j Mi F.rupil.iiii. Coppr,IrM niotcliei, Serencit
5ri.icaip, i-erorme'c, ii is ini.ratetnno
rntjr, AlieraUre Pl'il I'orltW linn. re.
m ir?s all mfrcur Itixi ILj ijiuio, und J-nti
fVU UTHLMTS GOLDEN
Jl A.NTIiHIK, r mdltal can tir all urinary
i .- . - ..u. Prion C3 i-r jjUle,
rH. '-ir.rs golden
uly I Li., ll D'V'hiCK. a radical cm for
"-. , O a ril UtilLiy, la fcli or
J nnnj ; I'lMt1' j r ; with 3ttfal tScct.
l'flH S3 per Ir.ttle. ir tw fr C.
)ii letelrt yt.t.-. taejj rrmcilla Kill be
lUnred I .'. . I'r mpt atteaUia pall to
all e-rp , v n cnulae -rltJiunt the
Mm- if i i r- fur-H OiiI.liK.V r.fJIKDlES,
P. JI. P.: i., -, . .., PiDfrJ' t it," Uova In
pin.. ,.ri. ,
i ire.!'- I-.-,'. nn.rll..t at a lib-nl
tllv . it. ft
AC. i Ii ,i. II. RtCILMin?. IC1 Varick
r't.-. V .' .
I
KTa-Ki-.VjY IAYJX I.,AX:
A n'tr ar 1 norel ytetn of Llfo Insurance re
I i r. lv . ,.twlucfl br the
mmm Mflriim LIFE
! nr. i.iiim.
ll.v tw,- a'stem, I.!o Inmrin.-e u furnished at
a, 1 t 1- c i-" i y i, r o,iml plaue.jiad tho po! .
ley In, rrrece i in an'BU Intocst ol ,CTen
percent upon ml tumnney psiil by him to tho
iinruir In' mntial tiremntiiii thus earning
Inula, tin. uli a, . x Mrtlliicnt.boQil.
Th p'nn .. 'rn thordnirlily' criticised and
fully lndorse.1 Ity thn not Vnnlnent 'aetuarica
and itkil'.tal iiii-UeiUHtfciiuiii in tli. land i indeed
it hn. not jil ' en tuo Mibjciit nX unUvorable
menlion in uny r pcctftblo n.uarrT.
Ol'l'icr. 0V THlT "COMPANY:
XortHvcst cor. rourlli & Ollro St".
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
AltTIIL'U 15. JJAItKKTT, President.
Hkxj. William, Secretary.
flsnka hlirh In the II?l ol .onml, thrifty Weatern
Life Cmnp'inie,,
It haa am ilo capital 8IJJ,0C0.
Ithosne(. nurothan enough to corer.aU ft,
lulillltlrii in additloj tn Ihe e.inital.
It ha, ono hundred thnuranil dollara deposited
with IhaH'-ejL iil' Mib-oun rut u renivluul KUar
anton to It, (.cliev hoi Urs,
It haHcomrlieil fatly with tho new laws of the
Hlatp, which ariito as rxutlnitand more rigid
lyeoroicril than tbu.oiif F.istern Btatea,
It inret Its fundi In th4 Wet, among tho
people frnm whom they nre receteil.
lla management idTlsotoua, aklllful and pru
dent. It. titinii.il lnenmn finin tho interest alene I,
alrtady moru Ihnn intticlenl tn jiaylti losse,.
It I, .lie, nolicie, upon the ordinary life and cni
itowrnentilan, at ti.o samo rate aa other flr.t.
cls companies.
Tho policy holder reeeire all tho profits In an
nual dirideii'J..
Tho nocli holders can receire only ten per
cent, ef mt.rc t "ii their cipital, by the tcrma of
thncharter.
Ihennnii il illfidendi- to policy holdera are al
ready greater than nuny old Kutem Compaaie,
hare ever been nble to pay.
Trioeitatp of lllmolapaid lat year about foi.r
million dollars lor Llfo Insumnce.
Why aend an much money out of tie Stale
away tn NVw VorK an 1 New Enlum! for ao article
thai may be produced lust as ciiean y (or moro ao)
at homo?
VOO A LOW,
npr: liu'f Agcnla at Cairo.
CILVPX:j A. DAN' A, Editor.
A N'c-rnpuperol tbo Present Time.
Intended for I'coplo Novr on Earth.
! Incluaiaj Farmers. Mechanics, Merchants, Pro
foulonal ilea, W'otters, Thinkers, and all ilan
ncr of Honoit Folks, and tha Wires, Sons, and
tumblers of all men.
oM.' oxi: noi.t,Are a vear i
OSR IID.VDnED COP1CS FOtt 110,
Of tcs thin One Cent a Copy. Let thero be a
dsn oinli at ercry rot Office.
HHUI.VEEK-UYDN, 83 A YEAR,
of the sstno sl:a and (cncral character as
Tnii WKEKLV, bat with a creater variety ot
mUccitaaooai readme, and furnlshloi the news
tout suMcttbers with creitcr fru tineas, beaaute
It coaies twlco a wook Instcaa ofonco only.
Tlir. DAIliV" SUJf, 30 A VKAH.
A proJmlr.cntlr rcadahlo nowipaper. wita tha
lir.-t-u circnlatlon m thi world. Free, lode
t'ondcr.r. and learleia In politic!. All the new,
rrotu ercry where. Two conu a copy i by raalL
aOcsatsunant'j.erSUaycar.
TEniH3 TO OLTJBa
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aaetiracopj tollicrctter ud otcluoi 1
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cia-stjuaij!
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