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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1871.
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THX UOLUR WKBKLY 1IULLKTIN.
.orison 'Tnr f w clro "ullt,l,n ,0
pvrpubllihed in Southern Illinois.
Gen. Grant is a rcgulnr attendant
nt Dr. Newman's church Methodist
in Washington city.
TllERK is souio talk of doing away
with woman suffrage in Wyoming.
This is a shame. To snatch the cup
away from lips that have barely tasted
it is cruel.
Singularly cnouch. in Bunker
Hill, Illinois, a man who makes a vio
lent attack on his mother-in-law is ad
judged insane. In many places this
wouldn't bo considered ns any sort of a
Br.N. BlJTi.Kn denies that he has had
anurinc to do with an anti-Grant
movement. His dcna wiUbcbciicvcd,
of course, sinco it is not in tho nature
of the Beast to take part in anything
half bo respectable.
The millennium is about to com
mence. Mrs. O'Leary swears that she
had nothing to do with the sotting fire
to Chicago. Granting this is true, it is
the first mischief sinco tho fall a woman
has not been at the bottom of. Tho
millennium must bo about to begin
The members of tho legislature have
Canada thistles on the brain, and in
tend to exterminate them in a peremp
tory manner. To this end a new office
is to be established in each county, tho
incumbent to be known by the title of
"thistle exterminator." He is to re
ceive five dollars a day and perquisites,
and will be required to labor only eight
hours a day.
The Ncw-Tork Herald says Bout well
as a financier has proven himself a fail
ure. And this after the Jonesboro Ad
verttier'i unqualified praise of tho career
of the secretary of the treasury 1 NYc
kuow leading newspapers' of like poli
tics sometimes differ, but for two such
journals as tho Herald and tho Advcr
lUrr to entertain different opinions on
so important n subject is significant, to
say the least of it.
Uahiiondali: radicalism bus proven
itself an apt scholar at learning tho
trijks of the party. After sccuriug the
location of the normal university by a
generous bid, the town has gone back
on ita offer, and Governor Palmer
who has a brother among tho buildiug
commissioners now makes tho pro
posal that the state shall assumo tho
debt and finish tho university. Wo
don't like to be hard ou our neighbor,
but it appears to us that Carboudalc,
tho moral, temperate, church-goin
town, is a hypocrite of tho first water.
Or late years, .women have learned
and appropriated to themselves, to more
or less extent, many of the occupations
once thought to bo the exclusive prop
erty of men. Chief among theso is tho
business of telegraphy, That this is
so, perhaps, is owing Jto tho establish
inent of the free school of telegraphy
at Cooper's institute, New-York, found
ed and sustained by Peter Cooper.
Forty pupils are received at one timo
aud no fees whatever are charged for
instruction. It has been found that
women aro particularly apt at learning
the business, graduating iu from three
to seven months. It is estimated that
there is at present forty young women
employed in the offices of the Western
Union telegraph company, graduates of
the Cooper institute echool.
A couuesi'ONdent of the St. Louis
litpHllitun U au admirer of Sonator
Tiucher, of Vermillion, and holds him
in high esteem as a great wit. Tho
other day Tincher remarked in the sen
ato that " no other body of men ou tho
' face of tho earth had done more talk
tin tho samo length. 0f time than the
' lato constitutional convention." " This
' remark," the Republican eorrespond-
ent remarku, "created some pleasnnt
' couimotiou among tho sonators, which
' was particularly noticeablo in the di.
1 rection of Mr. Puller, of Boone, where
'upon Mr. Tincher twisted his long
jorin ana lengthy features bo as to com-
mand a Jull view of the senator from
Woouc, and added : The convention
' I repeat, did moro talking than any
otuer iwuy, ..crept ,we individual
bodui on Am floor!' Puller exploded
1 Tim lu.nttlA Atitntriil tliu In.
was happy, and the president rapped
jt u biiuumj like 10 place
- 4l.- I,.
tT.,, ii,, i , (...iico Is to bo
jt seems mat at last jtuiicc
Anno In M n'T.n- and tho rcsnon-
.il.ilii r ni,tn' firo laid upon
M,n-.,rn.,. ... (Jhicaco is "in- ono
. ' . . .. , nf ilm pmifln.
' rcstigatiiiL' 'ie origin 01 11,0 ooniia-
cratinn. The course ot Uie cxninitia-
tion so far, has prollt well demonstrated aontntlvus hits repealed the tax on com
tho fact (hat there I'vm n fire. Hut tho mcrclnl drummers. Tlio sennto resolution
n!v olhcr item of real importance that ratifying tho contact to lenso tlio itnto
Jias boon revealed ii the fact that Mrs.
O'Leary has been shoved into fame and
has barely escaped the fate of marching
down the page of history as a per
son i f some moment on a false
accusation. It wasu't herself atall that
milked tho cow that kicked tho lamp
that fired Chicago. Mrs. O'Leary is a
respectable lady and the hard-working
mother of five children, and long be- Opera house, ut Cincinnati, K. S. llussoll,
fore tho hour at which tho fire broke whllo playing tho chnractor of Cap. Thorn
out, she was in bed and fast asleep, ton, In Hob Hoy, accidentally discharged
And so, although tho public arc loth
to givo up tho theory that tho firo was
caused by tho bursting of a lamp aud
tho lanin was kicked over by a cow and
the cow was milked at nino o'clock at
night, who milked it is again a mystery
since Mrs. O'Leary swears on oath that
she did uot. I
The followinc senatorial districts
have been agreed upon by the joint
committee of tho general assembly on
apportionment. The knowing ones Bay
the bill in which this apportionment
has been reported will pass " substan-
.i1K. in u nf .!, .
..-.j . , .
1st to 7th. Cook county.
8th. Lako and Mcllcnry.
9th. Wanebago and IJoone.
10th. Stephenson and Ogle.
ltli. 3o Daviess and Carroll.
12Ui. AVhUesldo and Loo.
13tn. DoKalu, Kendal nnd Grundy.
14lh. Kane and Dupago.
ICth. Kankakeo and Iroquois.
17th. Livingstone and Ford.
10th. Ilurcp.u, Putnam and Marshal.
20th. llonry and Stark.
21st. Kock Island and Mcrcur.
i!2d. Knox and "Warren.
23d. Hancock and Henderson.
21th. McDonough and Schuyler.
25th. Fulton nnd Mason.
27th. Woodford nud Tazewell.
20th. Loan, DoWilt and Piatt.
SOth. Champaign and Douglas.
31st. Vormillion nnd Edgar.
S2d. Clark. Crawford and Lawrence,
33d. Coles Cumberland and Moultrit.
34th. Macon and Shelby
3Cth. Christian and M
37th. Morgan, Cass and Menard.
usui. rike, ifrown ana scott.
40th. Macoupin and Green.
41st. Jo scy and Madison.
4Zd. Bond, Clinton and Washington.
44th. Fayetto, Marlon nnd Jefferson.
45th. Kflingham, Clay and Jasper.
tG.U. Itichlaud, Wayne, JCdwards and
47th. Monroe, llnndolph and Perry.
4 Htli. .luckeon, Union and Alexander.
40th. Franklin, "Williamson nnd Saline.
60th. Hamilton, White nnd Gallatin.
Oltt. I'alHikt, Alntrtt; Join, mm. P.inn
&f" The Nuw Orloam lite In nn in
teresting article ou journalism in tho
Crescent city shows that thoro woro only
fivu dallies thcro in 1871, tho lice, tho
Tunes, the Picayune, the llulletin, and tho
Republican, against nine, tho Tropic, tho
Jeffcrsonian, tho Courier, tho lice, tho
Bulletin, the Picayune, Whs Delta, tho Cres
cent, and tho evening Mercury, in 1817,
nud that the circulation nf tho prcsont jour
nals is certainly not greater than of those
published twenty-four years ago, and it U
doubtful if It ii so lurgo. According to
tho growth of population the llee says the
circulation of tho dailies should have in
creased in tho proportion of from 13o to
101, instead of remaining stationary
"In 1817 and for many year after it was
in the power ot every sober and Indtistrl
ous head ot a family mechanic, clerk!
uraynmn and laborer, as well as tho mer
chant, tho ct'.pltalltt and tlu professional
man to pay for n dally paper. Now u
whole neighborhood borrow a paper from
a corner grocery. Publishers are com
pelled to charge twico as much as thoy did
iu 184", anJ tho pjoplo huve ucarccly half
tho ability to pay tint thoy had then. "
Tho occasion of all thU tho lice finds in
tho ruinous taxes by which " the news
paper, onco deemed x neccssltr to an
American citizen has becomeu luxury."
t&T Tho Norfolk Virginian says ; "We
wero shown yesterday a remarkably in
genious pleco of work, executed by two
boys iu tho country, which wo deem
worthy of special notlcu. It is in tho shape
of a locomotive it rid tender, niado of wood
throughout, but with every pleco belong
ing to a real working locomotive. Tho
most Mngular part of it is that the model
was made after an inspection of an cngiuu
usting not more than tun minutes. Tho
whole thing shows that tho makers exhib
ited not only patient Ingenuity, but real
mechanical gonitis. It was made by two
brothers, Samuel Augustus Hart and
Thomas Henry Hart, living naer Wake
Held, on tho Norfork ami Petersburg rail
road, and was presented to Jlr. J. A. Akers,
engineer, of whoso engine, No. 10, ho says
it is on exact model."
lOTTho Petersburg, (Va.) Progress has
from a reliable gentleman this extraordi
nary oyster story : -'Ho fays that an oys-
tr In a houso down by tho market, which
happened to lmvo its vitality unimpaired
by Its removal from tho briny dcop, did,
nigra or two since, catch a rat by his
wot ami iiom j,im until roornlnp, when
im'l'neior despatched him with a big
suck, it Is supposed that tho ovstor had
lis moutii open whon tlio rat camo
Jng around nnd Inserted his foot between
tho shell in order to romovo the moat
witiiln, nut was suut aown ,on the Irato
oyster with the direful result related above."
HOT The sawdust swindlers turn up in
most unexpected places. Here, for In-
tance; la an advertisement that they havo
insortca in tho dnlly Times of Houston,
Tatm i '
wllhoutlnlerferlngtvilholhcr business. Addrm
confidentially, tiiomah.mohoan a Co.,
Hy sending inonoy to tlicso rmrtloi any
cn.i obtain n rnckngc of sawdust pro-
portioned In slzo to tho nmount remitted.
cay Tlio Tcnncssco Houso of Rcnrc-
prlion labor for flvo years at $35,000 per
annum, waj adopted. Tho House fixed
tho stnto tax at forty cents on StOO.
8-Thomas J. Durnnt, formerly of
Louisiana, hos been appointed advocato
on tho part of tho United Slates beforotho
arbitrators nppointcd to scltlo tho claims
of cllir.ons of the United States ngalnit
Spain, In place of Caleb Cashing, resigned.
)nntlncovcstorday at Piko'i
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pHtoi, tlio contents pawing tnrougn two
&r Klght miners wcro killed on Fri-
dny by a colliery explosion at Jlromwlch,
England, and by a similar accident at
Hwrrford est twenty men wore injured
85&.alullaly is tho luiiuana or .Lisa
I Wobor, and the Lnulsrlllo Courier-Journ-
Ll asks "who is tho fathor of Liso?" Tho
editor of tho C-J. it tho father of a good
mnny "ci "ot "c '
jjgyCoahoma county, Mississippi, has
voted 5350.000 subscription to tho Jiouuo
and Northwestern railroad, terminating
Friar's Point. Tho vote was almost
ItSy Gov. Snracuo Intends holding a
running meeting at Norrngunsett Park
next summer, when it is rumored, $20,000
will bo given in purses.
VSF The corner stonoof tho First MctU
odlst church Imlldlng In Salt Lako city
was laid last week.
K. K- K.
THE CONSTITUTION OF THE MY
OHL1GATION AND DUTY OF TH
A1JOUT THE " BLASTED
A correspondent of the Now Yo
Evening Post furnishes that paper with
what ho calls a copy of the original const!
tutlon nnd obligation of tho ku-klux-klnn.
which, ho mysteriously adds, nn officer
tho United States army was enabled
trace through the hands of various chiefs
of tho order directly to tho "Grand Chiof
of tho Sovcnly," In whoso handwriting
is. Tho document is us follows :
OllLIOATION' TAKEN IIV THE KU-KLU.V.
"I (name), before tho immaculate Judge
of Heaven nnd Earth, nnd t'pon tho Holy
EvnngolisU of Almighty God, do, of my
own freo will and accord, subscribo to tho
following sacredly-binding obligations :
"First Wo nro on the side of justice,
humanity nnd constitutional liberty as be-
;iiaittiiii to u in its jiiii'ity iy our iorc
futhcrs. "Second Wo oppose nnd reject tlio
principles ol tho radical party.
"Third Wo plcdeo mutual aid to each
other in sickness, distress and pocunlary
"Fourth Females, friends, widows and
their households shull over bo special ob-
joctsof our regard and protection.
"ruin Any memoer uivuiging or caus
ing to bo divulged any of tho lorcgoing
obligations shall moot tho luariui penalty
and traitor's doom, which is death, death,
"Art. I. This organization shall be
known as tho Order, No. , ol tho Ku-
Klux Klan of tho stnto of South Carolina
" Aiit. 11. Thoofllcers shall consist ot a
cyclops nnd scribo, both of whom shall bo
olectcd by a majority vote of tho order, nnd
to hold their ofllco during good behavior.
" Aut. III. Sec. 1. It shall be tho duty
of tho C. to preside in tho ordor, enforce a
duo obsorvanco of tho Constitution and JJy
I.aws and an exact compllanco to tho rules
and usages of tho order; to sec that all thn
members porform their respectivo duties;
nnnol'it all committees before thoordcrtin-
snect tho am s n id dress nf each member
on special occasions; to ca I meetings when
necessary; uraw upon members tor an
sums needed to carry on tho order.
" Sec. 2. Tho S. shall koon a record ol
tho proceedings of tho ordor; write com
munications; notify other Klans when
their assistance is ncoded; glvo notice
when any member has to sutler tlio
penalty for violating his oath; sco that all
books, papers or other p operty belong
ing to nis ofllco nro placed beyond tlio
reach ol any ono nut memoers oi me oruor.
... - . .1 !... -
ho shall perioral sucu otuer tiuues ns may
bo required of him by tho O.
" Art. IV.. Sec. 1. No person shall bo
initiated into this order under eighteen
years ot ngc.
admitted iuto this order.
''Sec. fl. No person shall bo admitted in
to the order who does not sustain a good
morul chnractor, and who is any way in
capacitated to discharge tho duties of a Ku
Klux. "Sec. 4, Tho nume of a person offered
for membership must bo pronosod by tho
comtrdtto appointed by tho chief verbally,
stating age, resldenco, and occupation,
state, if he was a soldior in tho late war,
his rank, whether in tho federal or Con
federate service, and his command.
" Art. V. Sec. 1. Any meinbor who
shall offrnd against thcio articles or tho
bylaws, shall bo subject to ba lined and
reprimanded by tho C, as two-thirds of
tho members present at any regular moot
ing may determine.
"Sec. 2, Every member shall be entitled
to a fair trial for any olfonco involving
reprimand or criminal punishment.
"Art. I. Sec. l-Thls order shall meet
"S9C 2. Flvo membors shall constitute
a quorum provided tlio 0. or S, bo prc
sont. " Sec. 3. The 0. shall have power to ap
point such mombcrs of tho order to attend
to the sickly, tho needy and those dis
tressed, n nil inose suuering lrom radical
misrule, ns the enso may rciiuiro.
"fjec, 4. jmo person shall bo appointod
on a committee unlets the person is p ret
urn at ice tuno oi appointment, Mem
bers of co.nmltteea uegleetlng to report
shall ha fined 30 cents.
"Aut. II. Hue, 1, Every member on
being admitted ahull sign the constitution
nnd bylawB and pny the Initiation fee,
"Sec. 2. A brother of tho Klan wish-
inc to bocomo n mombor of this ordor
snail nrotcnt ms application with tho pro-
admitted to tho ordor onlv bv a un-
nlmous vote of tho members prcsont.
. T .... ... . j.
Am, in. dcc. j. x no initiation ico
"Art. n .Sec. 1, Evorv member who
shall refuso or neglect to pay his fines or
uucs snail uo ucait with ns tho unlet
"Soc. 2. Sickness or nbsenco from tho
country or being encaged In any Im
portant business shall bo n valid oxcuso
for any neglect of duty.
" Art. V. Sec. 1. Each meinbor shall
provld e himself with a pistol, Ku-Klux
grown and signal Instruments.
"acc. a. w non charges navo necn
preferred against a member in propor
manner, or nny matters of grievancobo
twecn brother Klux aro brought boforo
tho ordor, they shall bo roforred to a spec
ial committee of thrco or moro members,
ho shall cxamino tho parties and deter
mine tho mntters in question, reporting
their decision to tho order. If tho parties
interested desire, tho two-thirds of the
members prcsont voting in favor of the re
port, it snail bo carried.
"Art. VI. Sec. L It is the dutv of t
cry mombor who has cvldcnco that another
bas violated Article it., to prcter tno
charges anu tpccity tho otronco to tno or
" Sec. 2. Tho chargo for vlolatlne Art
iclo II. shall bo reforrcd ton committee of
ve or moro members, who shall as soon
as practicanio summon the parties and in
estimate tno matter.
"Sec. 3. If the committee rnrrco that
the charges nro sustalnod, that member on
trial lias intentionally violated his oath.
Articlo II., thev (ball rcnort tho fact to
"Soc. 4. It tho committee acrco that
tbo chargoi nro not sustained, that tho
member is not culltv of violating nil oath
or Articlo II., thoy shall report to that
cilec to the order anu tbo charges shall bo
"Sec. 6. When tho commltte report
that tbo charccs aro sustained, and the un
animous voto ot tbo members is given
tbcrcor, the oiienulng person shnii bo sen
todced to death by tho Chief.
"cc. o. Tho person, through tno
Cylops of tho order of which lis is a mem
ber, can mako application for pardon to
tho Great Grand Cyclops of Nashville,
xenn., in which case execution oi tno sent-
onco can bo stayed until pardoning power
is henru lrom.
"Art. VII. Sec. 1. Any member who
shall betray or divulge nny of the matters
ot tno oruer than suitor death.
"Art. VIII. Bee. 1. Tho following
sua'.i bo tho rules of nny order lo any mat
tor herein not provided for ; shall beman
aged in strict accordance with tho Ku
"Sec 2 When the Chiof takes his pot
tion on tbo right, tho Scribo with tho mom
bcrs forming n half-circlo around them
ana nttbo sounaortho signal instrume
there shall bo profound silonco.
" Sec. 3. Iteforo proceeding to business
the Scribo shall call the roll and note tho
Sec. 4 . Business shall bo taken up
the following order:
"1 Ilcadinc tho minutes.
"2. Excuse of members nt preceding
"3. Hcport of Commltte) one andidat
"Collection of dues.
"C. Aro any of tho order sick or suffe
" 7. Iieport of Committees.
"8. New Business."
DRY ii O O D H.
71. FALL-WINTER. 72
0. II AN NY.
STKI P E S,
KENTUCKY JEANB, KXTItJ,
OROS GRAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING,
01 LT HANDS,
Ilia KnllrnNtoek Xaw Uoalna; Out;
VERY LOW FIGURES.
C'OltN'EK 8tH HT., AND COMMEKCIAI.-AV.,
SI I I.I.I ; VKKY.
MRS. ANNA LANG,
EinilTII-hT., 1IKT. WASIMNOTO.V ANII COM
SI KIIC'IAL-A VENUES,
In mm receiving a bcnutll'il ansorlment of
Fall Millinery Goods,
Including llata and Miapes of tlie latest stylu
limner, riowttr mini rentherw.
Mm. l.anK will alio abow cuatomars (lie Urges
To b founil In the city.
are now prepared to handle grain wita dis-
patch at reluroi rata, aa lollowi 1
I, MB IUIIUWI I
i grain, weiKhlnx In an
atoraee, J.'o per bushel,
trunsler oue-linlf cent
ror receiving bulk grain, weighlnK In and out,
For aitcklne and
For each ten days nfler the flrnt fire one-hull
cent per bushel.
.... . " ' "UUIVinUIIAM.
Cairo, III., Nov. 8, W71. noTB-30t.
NOriCE IB IIEItEnY OIVBS, That the Co.
I'artnerthip heretofore eiistiiiK betwoen V. II,
Thomas, K. W Green and U. M, Alden. under
thu hrm name of Thomaa, t!nn Alden, haa
lhl'lv baen dlnoUert, by the mutual consent
ol all the parties cancerned. Tho business wilt
hereafter b conducted by W. II. Thomaa and U,
M, Alden. tiuder the Arm nim of Tliomn At
Alden, by whnmal1 the ljulnn ol tho old hrm
will be aetlled. W. II. T1IOMIH.
COMMISSION AND rOILWAHDlNCl.
No. 64 Ohio Lovco,
Slratton. t. lllid
8TRATTON & BIRD,
(8ucceasor to Btratlon, Hudson A Clark.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
y Agent of American fonder Co., and man
facturera agent for crlton yarn. J)"1"
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO..
(Huccesfor.i to K, II. Hendricks t Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
WHARF-110 AT PROPRIETORS
Liberal Adraneei rr.r
Are prepared to receive, itorn am oraard
frelghta to all points and buy azil
ell on commission.
Business attended to promptly.
II. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Commcrcial-avc,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS kor FAIRHANK'S SCALES
68 Ohio Lkvxk, CAIRO, ILLS.
Z. D. UAT1IUB8. K. C. tJHL,
MATIIUSS & UIIL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE,
o. 01 OHIO I.KVKK,
Dititeen Fourth d Sielh Stt., CAIHO, IM
JOHN Ii. PIIILLIS,
(Succemior to Parker & I'hl'.lis,)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
CLOSE & VINCENT,
Oeuknt, Plaster Paris,
Coracr Elghtb Street and Ohio I.evcc
F. S. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAS REMOVED VROM rERRY HOUSE
BRICK BUILDING on SEVENTH ST
orrosiTE vriNTKit's iilock,
HE has greatly improved bia stock, and haa
no on hand all binds of
AttKKD DOWN VRIOES
3Init KticcrNirnI, Popnlnr nmt rcrfect
01 the period nr our wdl-kniwn
IlAlliarenf (he ulirnlril construction. And to
cully manage u inai wo guarantee mem to giio
An no article In the household has a greater in
fluenrn In tiromotlni the health, comfort and hMi
pineM of the family circle than the cooking
atore, it In wonomy m well as policy to get the
very bout: nnd In Olivine the
You can rely on getting the moit iiucceM nil,
Hlar and perfect cooalng Move ctr m ad
fou are always euro of daring Juicy, Temldr and
Delicious Iit'cffttnkeF, Chieken, Ham, Chops etc.
Excelsior Manufacturing Company,
012 an JOHN. Min-M.,Bt. Louin, Mo.
AND ALL LIVE HTOVE I) AIiKllM.
C. V. HENDERSON, Agent,
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, r BW 1 ORE, iioston,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Pa.ngertratu arrive at and leave Culro aa fol.
Aaatvi 3l3lla.m 3130 p.tn
DrrAxr Ill4.tp.m 2i4.1p.rn
both trnlne connect at Centratia with train on tne
Patia, Decatur, IlloomlnRtcn, El Pao, I.a Salle
llendota, r reeport.itni'na, I'uouiue, mnn
all iKilntu In illmoln, Missouri,
Hinnenota, M'itconaln and
Iowa. And with
Line running Ea.t and Wept tor
t. Louiii, HponRheld, I.ounville,
Cincinnati, InXaiiapolia, Columbus.
And at Chicago llh Michigan Central, Michigan
Bouthern, and Pitlsbure. Fort Wajna
ana cnicago iianroaun lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Albany, Honton, I'hiUdeiphla,
Magra Fall", Krle, lluttalo,
.New York, l'lttuburg, llalllmore,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On nnd nfler Monday, April 21th, l7l, tram wll
ruu a loiiows i
Tail.l (iniMO fcllt'THEl.T.
Leave Virginia c-.Wn.tn 12 34 p.m
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SOUTH KltN DIVISION.
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Flora f:IS " ll:l't
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train from Shawneeton on Tucsdajs, Tliurs
dmTm and SnturdaVH.
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of Chicago and Alton Itillrnad, for Jicksonville,
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Teledo, Wabah and Wentern Railroad, Inr
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Hf'lt Hml UfMl.
At Tana with Ind. and St. I.oula, and Illinois
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At Flora, with Ohio and Mlssiaslppt Railroad,
Ainnawneeiotin, wiui ateamuoaia tor uinuin
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