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TJIIWAIMO UAJLY .U'Ll.tTm, o.vrOlDAY, H4HM'AHY2 IH72
AUKS,MUlsK.KY k VlB.;M:il
ATTORNEYS
COUNSEL Mia AT LAW,
Wltllsm J. Allen. ,.ino ILI.1.N0I3.
.'ilia II. ', V CAIHO,
tsmuid l.Wieto J
Wmieatsr .tlenti..,. lo rl t('
tmfi)ir t,usin
oVrjOjC-OfT Kif-I NnHl'nW.nMnl r..
JoUXJI MKIII.r, KlUoraod Pnl.liMirr.
Morsiso, February 2.1,1814
iht vtnein(txi"rv! Aitjnnltr nwniv.""' ' thtntf
mKiJ,.raUfinnli mnll. ';:' ' Sit !
alnrgt ami inf,MM7 tiflM,'.J. .L
Ttaai or tat I""' lUTiim 1
Ui. week, b cler, .......
ln fMrlir rriet,iti'ltDu-...
iinnnoDlh Iij i.imI
Th;eo months,....-. ,..............
.
.10 IM
7S
..12 23
.. t a
8 x month",.,
year,
TUB DOLLAR WKKKLT P0LLKT1.V.
John II. OVfW Co. rMiifra wi.
illd-
iiy v.". Iln ...
riuiii"
SkVKRAL IltlSII CI.KIIOVMK.V of New
Vork city are endeatoring to perHunde
the Iri!h ioefoh'e of the city not to
parade on the approaching St. I'ntrit'L'f
I 1 . II1IIMI I HI -
. liitAXT central campaign club ha
heeu organized in Ho.-ton, with an ex-
cougreluan for president, and Gov.
Washburn. Senator Wilton, and every
republican coiigreS'linii from Ma.8a-
tlruH'tt!' named n viee-prcidentH.
WJiethcr they nreall in favor of I'lyweH
fojjiiext jireMilent, the future will
dejennino.
- -
Jv.y Ohio congressman has inlro
dliffdabill to abolish the Coijremo)uil
Gb&tft As nobody ever reads it, it is n
nslc,"J bill of expeusc to the United
StAjy, and its dicontiuuance will be
felby nobody except tho jiublishers,
tfhg.have made heri'tofore a clear profit
of $40,000 a year out of the publica
tion. The abolishment of the (Hole
is a bit of national economy which
should have been praetieud long ago.
The following is a list of the patent.s
issued from the I'nitcd States Patent
Office to citizen.- of the Statu of Illi
nois, for the week ending February
20, 1872 :
RtDoris I for tlie Urutrix I it J. McO. IVrkins k
CO.. CouDpllnr-iil.I.aT jtn.l Millcitorx .for I'rtl-
cntt ud Olalmt, No. in Seventh ulrcet, Wnvli-
Corn-ShUer Vuc. AJam, Sandwlck.
Macbino tor grinditi;; euttor bnr for
harvestri Aon . It .h. L. (irlllln,
llnrvaru.
Lilting Jck C. A. Mntlurton, Do
ektnr.
Aiiirnaj Trap .Tame M. H, Wme
niiniiry -v. .1. Hamilton
Ualro.
Gang 1'IoW'
burc.
Krnnfc i. Charles, ttjlej
Uterine Supporior U A. Mjco.-I.-Prceport.
Croquet lm)Wtiieiit, iibvtgn I J. W
I'ettlngill, itookford.
Till'. M.niXK FOIl MMtCll.
With (hi number the full scope and
resource of the American art depart
ment be-.-iu to he fairly lwuiifot, and
we turn its paw with a proud enncci
enoiotiMie? that, nt Ian. we arc In havo
a periodical that shall do credit to the
taste and talent of our country. Tho'-c
who were mi plea-cd with tho inimita
ble conception of Maud .M tiller, jrivnn
in the .January number, will b, -rbid
to reconuo the powerful pencil of
Mis- Davis on tlie tirst pijrt' of this is-
sue Mere we have tho heroine of
' Hood'.- Uridirc of rfighj, " as. hc stands
in her de-iper.ilinii, unilettiiicd by tht;
wiiifir terror- of the -hlafk arch or tho
dark floii; river." The nrti-t has
with wonderful power fixed "(ho tlar
ing la-t look of despairing " yet tho
face is that of a woman, once endowed
with the. to her, nhi-l fatal ilt of
beauty The glare of a Iil.t 011 a
l'iiig boat, it-df invisible, hrius the
Xomm lace in trllf; u.vf ut'mit
eaiunr.tMU,.,,m0 hlackm-is of
dreary night, and tl... :
that
one
'"J wi" tmt .piieUy lo.-o its iulcreU
w'th the b.vcr. of the um.t touehin-
,7m 01 r any other
l:iii"iiii''.
V' '""xt mu.rut.
are a i-cries nf
MX, WIllCU. WlUj
matiiliceut full
1'igo "Wowlug UoeV,- iiuwr..
I an up-
the reentry n Woicru Xrrt, i... "
nua. i in,
r, I ..
riiou, heretobirt! coinp.tr-
: uuku., Ul l!l(J la of
People, U demonstrated to be r
til mr.Lt ll . 11
try for sidmircrers of the beauty 0f tlil
eoun-
li
u.c iiie uiunratioiir are fmn,
the
jicucii 01 ..ir. ri-fuet, and (i
three
j.uoipU ones, "(J ,IC l.i,,,;.,
11UV..1 T..11 . ... . ""'iiie.
..Uuu.fca l ain nnu'-jJIoning J
are reuueretl
graver,
. Kogerl, (icraty, ,,,,
........
Lintoiito l1icfiit.,iBfnc Amcrlw,
sfin-t.ai.alW..
- ""enean
anisi, u prouauiy
iu the cucravin,
1 . . .
iiHinrt ic .... ..1. it
lish tin. r.. 1.1..,..
""' wcniiiioi iiutail ami
perfect preservation ,, ....
di effon. .i.t. r: r"-
10II
i ., . . " "a "'uck is a iroiidcrfii ex.
:jf devoted
Ti T ;, WM" &te at .0,i: ' rV.'h that their wives'
i r" V" that wo should
ftav Inu so lou? V.thou, ,,Hbca.
4ion adequato to its rHii ,,,.
ul .demonstration. iLri
"Mtn'a Unaelisk Friend' U J
oomc to lovs-rylndy irho doe nm ,t
11 ih ri'Jinv kit.. . i
i, .lobh Tiicrontc ovoiv.l , tinllcr
mils wh li ilrKorvr nt tlon, mid llio
lilornlnri' inc Mti.l ioeti y, in tint
high i.i't-r which gives tho Alih'nm
Mill flintier claim on the American
people for recognition ami support, nml
is fast winning for its grnccitil nml ac
aatnpMohrtl pocScd tor, Mr. Sto.hlanl,
.'no reptit.il'.oii nl a Miccowfiil litcrary
...anuger. The niibctIitton nwe ol U10
!.;, iviih oil chroinn premium,
.V -James Sutton k Co., publisher,
l:i Liberty ftrcet, New York.
- - -
THE SOUTHERN VACIFC RAILROAD
.r....tn 1.. tlm anow blockade on the
n.t!... V-n.rtr, nillrond. anJ lliu eonteUBOt
embarrassments to trade utid ciuiiiiurc,
ihe Keom mtsf says.
.H. .1.. I iMnitntirc. tho nw
.i,tl,,-rn. or. as It Is sometimes. i-alleJ, the
IVias P.cltic railroad, is regarded w.in 111
cKMlng tvor Mid eohttdei.ee. 1 tanning
tre" ,. .1... ar.tli of atitude It is ex-
.,,.i lrom tins embarrassment of winter
' 1 . ... win nf nernciuai
lll,W
....It... ..miimIIv
'. fr. fr.nu the exirvniei ot
" - ... , i n H cold
H it near
(linillltT --- " . V' .
y .ix hundred tnlloMhorirr bet wren ew
York and Sail raliciteo uiu. i -
.. 1 1. 1. .Itnn.L cerla n to be the
.?,V'""...7. ,r ler. between the
In. it, iu ' .
J'licillo and Atlantic tale.
"It wah expected thai coiHidorabls
tirogrcKi would have been mado in the
!.....?.. 1.. ,.r ili Knuthcrn J'ncitlc rail
road bv thU time, and the delay U subject
of considerable regrtt. uui ine ooiuit.
w,:re more numerou than Ij gctieriJly
1 iiiw.ii.-ii iiui ruau i ijuiiiin-
ecntlv endowed with land grant Millleient
toconitruct it, yet there were other troub
les than thine rilng from, direct pecu-
..(.,... n,nl.nrrnlini'Mt. IlltllO Dfll place,
the new coinpHiiy wan considerably linni-
percd by the Fremont chiinn. 'llio roaa
r.ir liunds to the amount of
nearly 1,W)0,000 that were placed in tho
French market. Tlieso claims, wo undor
itaud hiivo been recently adjuited.
I'liero are rumors to tnu cueci inai
tho management is uivmeu, anu
that Colonel Scott, on behalf of tho mil
nlvormn reniiM lvanla railroad company,
... irvln,- in o'litam the control. Tlico
ttate.nenu seem to bo continued by tl
untioxntlou. or perhaps alUliatlons
by which the l'ennsylvMila company has
ohtalned control or tlioconnccUni; links of
1 hit fliitii te rinlnus. From ow-ork
citv to the Texa border, Colonel Scott
has omy to construct u few short branch
line! in order to lap tho main trunk linn
With all the fooJen un
der the control of tho Pennsylvania com-
umiv, the obtnininonl ot tlie uireei man-
T . . ... .1.... ..C tl.W. i
cement n ouiv a huhvu ,. i
O .t. 11 U..11 Ik !...-
crU has already iransierreu nu
Interest In tho now lino and in tho various
I'oxai road with which no is conueeteu,
t ('iilr.ni'1 Kroit. and ultliouirh tuts report
requires conUrmaUon, tte prouaniimesaro
all in- lavor 01 an nmHiBuiii
Lin, I
1 lint In imv cAio It is exneeleu 1 nut 1110
cnniiructlun of the feouthurn VueiUelllio
will I n nuahed forward ilurlni: tno sum
mer with all posniblo dispatch. It is cer
tain that thoro is an incrudng ncceisity
for the now highway to llio raeine, ana
that its completion U antieipated with
increasing interest ly the morcanlilo ana
traveling community.''
taxkh o.v fAX.NKP huhts to hi. ua-
fKSIiKli.
Wahiumiton, Fob. 20. Ills understood
that tho eiiuitnWH.iiner'of Internul Ho-
venue, will Mispeliu llio lux on caimuu
Irults, vriin, etc., until Congress nil-
loiirns.
J
oikia.vizatio.s- or tiik iiivnn impiiim'k-
K.vTco.vy:.NTio.v.
ClNi'lXXATl, Full. 'JO. Thu Ohio river of the nation, nnd marching in it solid
improvement convention this afternoon phalanx to a victory of goodgovernmcnt
' . !. 1 I.. 1 1 i .1...!!.. 10-.I. Ill .n.l..H ll.n ......I
oritanir.i-d permaiicnlly bv electing the
following ollicers ; President, Hon. .fesso
J). Ilriglit, of Kentucky; viceprcidents,
.Jno. W. Chalfant, of Pennsylvania; Hon.
-I. V. Chowder, ot West Virginia ; dipt.
It. Jf. Woolfolk, of liouisville; TI10-. W.
Afeans, of Hanging JJock. Ohio; James
Plowaril, of Indinna; T. J. Shannon of
Illinois; scoretarie, Cant. J. P. Santmoycr
of Cincinnati; Isaac .Smith, of West Vir
ginia; John Todd, of JCuntucky.
The Hon. Jeo D Itright, upon taking
the chair, made a speech, In which he al-
IUUCU 10 a propo-titon maun inveniy yunrs
o by i;ominoiloro a.1101, to nam ina riv
ers that uniting at ntlshurg from tie
Ohio, so that water might be resorvrd to
feed the river and make it navigable in
dry caon. He said that the proposition,
then regarded as aburd, had come to ho
thought feasible. After tho add res, vari
ous standin-' committee? were appointed.
Col. "Win. h. Merrill! government eniiiu-
ecr, In charge of llio improvement of the
Ohio, also delivered an address.
LAW AOAI.NST OAM1ILI.VO.
The Illlnol home of representatives ha
passed the following bill :
.Skit 1 o.v 1, lie it enacted by the poo.
pio or Illinois roprcsimtcii in tnu general
assembly, That whoever keeps.it common
gambling home, or in any building, booth,
yard, or garden, by him or his agent used
and occupied, procures or permits any
por.otn to frcipii-nt, or to como together
to play for money or other vnhntblo thing,
litany game, or" keep, or suffers to be
kept, any tables or other iipparntu-, fur
tho purpo.-u of playing at any game or
snort, for money, or any other valuable
tiling, shall, upon conviction fur the first
ollcrme, bo lined not lc-s than llvo hundred
dollars, anil for the second oll'uneu bo llnod
not less than (lvo hundred dollars, and bo
Imprisoned In the county Jail not less than
six months, and fur thu (bird
offense shall b-j Um-d not
less than llvo hundred dollurs, and bo im
prisoned in tho penitentiary not less than
Vwo years, or morn than flvuynar.
Sl.cn o.V 2. .Section one I111111lr1.1l nml
,,, "I -.""I'lVI Ullll Ul nil,
V,7"cl1 Statutes" of 1815, entitled
iwcnty.iilno
if ..1.....I..B il.I. e .1.
Sat7fl).hulU'u.r,'l,w'l action shall
or sol . n?; Tl1,u or !illlitlcs existing,
or suit, rentltpn uV tllu llmo ,,,
II All FOIUlfmiVsM
I with great (nclllt y.
1111 uiirmmn, 1..1 " ' l" 1 uu reiiov-
irSu... " """"onlal partners
1 wvts IIIITIIIII'
tnt If it shall , . '
iiusounu does nu love ht, M. """
II,... ..f- . .1. . . .
ml 1 ; . " '"""iiun, iuku neon,
s. .1 proceisl fiirthwltb i delight In their
wlNes as in theiiuelvos. No ilnnl.t il.n
! 1 CZ "I"" how they are to do this.
ei,i , mmn" .i 1 il
n,.i .. i , "." ure noi io uo; mcy nro
i , r'
indifloreul."
tlecreo ex vinculo.
found in u.,,ri
at the court will
a.f.,ou' 'iry...o.; p
rumUes to tho
w ;...V., ,,",f.t "'!- t Mn peril of body
iittifjli to ...1. ,nu'ry. Woodhulli.... Im,rt
" " ,ur in Alabama.
A broken rsifseMt i
id. n.i..T seni a passenger car on
the Dslausni nnd i..,.i,w. ,ii,u,i
down a bank Tuesday, Injuring several
1& ll i m le rh.noe e ,.10111
II. V l.ll-N-l'l l '' 11 '"" r,,,"'
1 1
willed' m rie.liqOon tniidii fora-vut' day
tii t th-i porion l W. Tlil proceed on
IIicvitv fcniiblti theory thnt oho' doctor
ImiiiM IimIJ (or ln'id'h htuI not (nr I'k-
nn.
tSr-Mr. IbdipriT. Lincoln Is In Wash-Ing-on
with hi wife, the dnns'i'er ofJt
utor lltirlan, w" c gue-t t'n-.v ar-'. Mr.
,UiHTln. , tho I'hlliMVlpliia Vr,
! .ll-litlv ivMiinbles his JniiA-iitcd Mather,
and Is'a brilliant and witty coiiverallon
alUt. tST The Now York lltrnld ays that
"Tom Scott, tho Pennsylvania railroad
king, having become president of the
Southern Parlllc rnllway company, it may
be safely conjectured that the late snow
blockade's on tho L'nlon Pacific have satis
fled him that thcro is a mint of money 111
this southern line, and that ho means
business." .
SdrTlio oflice of Tight-keeper at lllack
Itock, Conn., recently mado vacant by the
death of Captniu S. T. Moore, has been
filled by the appointment of Miss Moore,
daughter of tho previous Incumbent. Miss
Moore hns fairly earned the office, having
discharged tho duties will fidelity for more
than fifteen tears past. Her father, who
was aged eighty-nine years, was ono of the
oldest office-holders in the country, having
been oppolnted by President Madison In
1818.
A bTKAllllOAT COMPANY I'AHT IS J1AMAOKS.
M KMi'iMH, February i!0. Tho suit J red.
Itrnlftiinn m'nlflHL (ho St. Louts J'riCkct
enmpany for twenty-fivo thousand dollars
for hilso Imprlionmont and mnllcious
iironciltlon in 1811'J, was ilucldcd in tlie
First Circuit court to day by nwnrdlng
ItrciUman fSOUO.
IIK.STIIOK.V I'SSHKNOKIt ON TIIK I'ACinr
UAI1.IIOA1I.
Has FiiancisCO, Feb. SO. Mr. Hrewor,
of Now York, ono of the blockaded pas-
suncors urrlvlng hero yestorda, illnd last
night lrom inu euocis 01 lunguu mm ex
posure. A NKW PANUK.Il FOR TIIK lMriCIl' KAIL
IIOAII. LaiUmie, February 20 Tito great
amount of snow which has fallen up to
till time and remained till now, begins to
molt rapidly. On account of nearly all
tho mountain sides and water courses lor
ilOO miles west, being tilled with an alka
line soil wjiioh rapidly gives way to tho
pressure or water, grout damage 10 mo
road must enauo, ns 1110 water can escape
only over tho embankments and through
them. In previous voars, with one-fourth
of the fall of snow It has caused delays
and continuous labor for days in order to
keep the track in shapo for the trains to
pass. It is bolieved that the water will
now cause greater delay than the mow
has. No trains from the west yet;
weather very warm.
A
REFORMED DEMOCRATIC
PARTY.
We stand to-day, a Reformed Democrat
ic partv. unliku our Radical opponents,
i with a millstone ot corruption arounu
their necks, and their leaders convicted be-
I foro the people of nearly overy crimo ot
fraud ami robberies known to tho law
, nui ouiy 111 uio ouictat uuiiniuni'iii 111
Washington, bul in nvery Hudical State in"
the Union. Our opponents uinv truly be
1 ..1 1 ... .1... t...l..!u, ..I v
w( ,i0 ollrs tu0 RuAirined tnion lit-
crtv loving .Jackson Democratic party
in 187'J; and, wo will, under tho great
I up rising of "Kotorni, tho polar st ir and
s'atehwood of honest men of all ptrties
teacli our Radical victors that their 80,000
, majority In 1850, can again bo overcome
as in 1857, by llio watorioooi ityiuu jjciii
I ocratic majority ! Mi-have no gangrene
limbs now to Impede our progress
no sin of a plundered .South
1 clinging to our skirts nu bankrupt
, states and depleted treasuries, with a sub-
jtigaun anil ueipiess people nog
ging for tiielr personal liberty lrom a
merciless dictator of our choosing no
carpet-bag or scallawag governor of ours
either Impeached or lluuing from their
executive chambers to escape justice for
bond robberies, and other radical villain
ics no present taking, rehttivo-appoinliug
presidents and Long Branch cupitols no
thieving revenuo or ciistoin-houso collec
tors, plundeiing army paymasters, d!s-
honest navy oltlcials, defaulting post
mastors, nor rascally frcctlinciu's bureau
and pension agents no gold and bond-
gambling Itoutwulls nor Micculallngsyiidi
cates no brotliir-in-law-giitllng-gun mar-
siutis nor dirK-xniio anu pistol couvon
Hons no San Domingo job, Seneca etono
unrrli!, KniNia mines, telograph specula-
Hons nor land grant swinuies no nroKen
promises nor unredeemed pledges, for wo
nro true, cloau-iiamieu, iiisencumuureu,
and united now upon principle, and not,
as our opponent are, only upon tho co-liiw-ivo
crumbs of plunder, nnd groaning
miller their great weight of national tins
ami compunctions misery.
THE ROYAL IuSTaT ANTWEkT'.
(H ro in Ihn Jllasmirl Hepiihllcnn.)
Never was tbo key-note of charnett-r
inoiM at-curiitely struck than when the first
Ilomiparte spoku thoso words concerning
the Jlourbons which havo now passed into
a proverb "Tlioy neither learn nor Jorgot
anything.'' It was true then, when tho
blood of Louis XVI. had hardly dried up
on tbo knife ot tho gillotiue, a'nd bis suc
cessors wore Intriguing for thu crown thuy
uau noi ur.iins uiioiigit iu wonr ; h was
true later, when Louis XVIII. and
Charles X. ascended tho thronu and plav-
od tho same fantastic tricks which but "a
little whtlo beforo bail turned it into a
scaffold ; it has been truo since, when
amid a vortex of revolutions tome fceblo
representative of tbo ancient family has
attempted to slip through tho ranks of
contending faction, nnd plant tho historic
llllles In tno nans oi uis ancestors; anu It
is truo to-day, when the. Count do Cham
bord lias set up his mimic court at Ant
werp, and looking thence toward Paris,
really bcllovcs himself on thu point of re
gaining thu emplro once ruled by Lulu Iu
vji Kim.
l'uor, va-A. foollili old nun I To Mm
tbo Fruneo of tbo soventeontli and eight-
uentlt eonturle. I. .till a reality tho Franco
of the nlnnteontU wnturr on y a myth "a
shadow without a .UuniB. OsT."
across inn gull ol years, ho ,vu Ul0 kft
and gardens of Versailles crowed"
oosohuious courtiers, bowing and erlneY,
beroro a manikin arrajed in velvet I i
gold lace; ho sees thu cowardly nr
mont crooking tho kneo to this manikin
...I..... l.A l..l. t..l II. . . .""Willi
whou ho struts into tho assembly chamber
riding-whip in hand, crying eut: "Thu
state 1 am tho stato I " be hears tho
feeble moaning of u nation of slaves irni,.
Ing beneath tho weight of tyranny nnd
debt, and before his eyes glitters that ring
f sovereignty which tno dlvlno right
.kings oncu hold upon the bows
of Tools and scouudrols. Ho does not seem
to undnrstatid 0r roalite, that between
then and now an ocean rolls an ocou of
oh d nlul ,u.,, ol iiKl'nl utlonug aim t r
nblo trial, hi Ucaiy imticd mid Hot est
v.iiillij ui. uiean wliCtM l.i-1 rail Uouiiouiu
not llvo rn li.piant. Ami so this leeb'o
otlspilng it van.thia era sits luipa
il ntlv 111 thiil venerahlH cliv. so itch with
memorial ol a glorious past, mutters his
I UIj k ru of rein, Horn about him, lis
l. n 10 their vottf ul' a legiiilice, smiles Ul
their iliri'iidliuie ltjiterie, nml ptiineis
him. is aid icnimM "wlieii tlie king snail
coinelo l.ii ou agiiin. What Kinel1.11
c licly fnlvo to lo p.aynl In the f.iiu of a
wiirhl winch 11 w.-n.i.i r-, - tiii lit iiil l.gui
iiingl.nio revoiiiiiuinr.iiil; whal a specta
cle of human full v. of Insano ambition, oi
unreasoning and unreasonable faith, of
credulity which neither hard facts nor
sharp cxperlenco can thaku!
The telegram tells us that Antwerp Is
full of French detectives, and tho mob
nather around tho Chambord hcadnuar
ters, intimating iu unmistakable language
that the lllusterious exile's room U better
than his company. Detectives and mob
may calm their perturbed souls -Henri
Dieuaoniio is as harmless as a sucking
dove. Ho has nothing of tho heroic in hi
composition ; he does not belong to a race
who know how to mike circumstances, or
lo improvo circumstances when made.
His heart is weak, bis friends are few, bis
purse is short; mid u childless man, ho
holds at best "u barren sceptre in his
gripe, no heiror his succeeding." And ho
is a Jlourbon of the strictest soct "learn
ing nothing, forgetting nothing."
President Thiers can call homo his
spies, and the burgcers of Antwerp tlrivo
off their rabble, for this scion of dead roy
alty, his ghost, of a defunct dynasty, will
do no manner of mischief if given full
rcopc. Lot him alone with his pattbourd
diadem, his moth-eaten robe, his wocden
ord, his toys and trickeries of empty
state. JIo injures no one, this Count do
Chambord he is simply a Interim: mon
ument of buricJ creatness, which ho may
coiilemplato with smile or sigh; to bo
pitied, perhaps hut certainly not to ho
learcil,
IttOTN AMI HIIOKH.
WILLIAM IhILKHS,
Knshlnnsblo
HOOT AND SIIOK MAKKH,
TWINTIKTH BTnKtT,"
lletwetn U'. Mutton nrrliue su.l l'o.lar
CAIKO, ILL.
lol and Hlifies Muilo to Order.
Kiu Workmen Kiniliiyi.il.
Sl!rncllon VV'iirrAiiied.
l'stroene ttnlloiln
COAI. ANU HOOD.
UIiMF.lt Ali AOENTN.
HALLIDAY BROTHER
GENERAL AGENTS
FORWARDING and COMMISSIO
HKUt'll A XT
in
DEALERS IU FLOUR;
ent of
Ohio Itltt-r nuil KuiiiihIim
70 Ohio Lsvee,
CAIltD, II.I.I.Ndl
Send for
D. C. JACCARD & CO'S Il
lustrated Price List and
Catalogue of Waltham, How
ard, and D. C. Jaccard & Co's
Watches, Jewelry, and Solid
Silver and Plated Ware, &c.
When In St. Louis you are
invited to inspect their mag
nificent JEWELRY establish
ment. Nos. 401 & 403 N.
FOURTH St., Corner of Lo
cust, Odd Fellows Hall.
BS5-Watche8, Clocks and Musio
Boxes Repaired and Warranted.
Orders by mail promptly atten
ded to.
ilin-2-2a.
ll. M. IIULEN,
G ROGER and CONFECTION
HBROHAUTT.
And Ddaler Foreign b'ruitu and Nuts
No. 131 Commorcial-nvo.,
OAIIIO IM.INOIS.
WINKN AMI.IIJUllOIU.
Isuiiorler nutl Mholcsnle lcnir lis
WINES, LIQUORS,
tobacco &c cia-.raa.
Aueiit for (he best bruj of
WIKAM AND STOCK ALE,
IsupurlsHt Alt,
r Dltrereul
Hlud.
7C Ohio Lever,
l;I0, H.UNOIH.
coal.
CAIRO CITY COAL
COM-fAKY.
tir fp.i in ti.,,lv iMi.li.ini', trllli Hie 'wH
SiMlily Oi
PITTSBURG AND .ILLINOIS
COAL.
OtltlERS lell nt Itslllilay Urns, olllee, 70 OHIO I
I.KVKK, or nl lli Conl Tsrd below IhfiHI.
Chsrlea Unti l, will rcil uroimit Attention.
THETUCI "MO.NTAIMC " wlllbrlng cosl fllnn
nir pit-nniisrn ni nny nuiir. OCAli
l'IA.OH.
SIXTY-PL VK Fill ST PKIZE
MEDALS AWARDED
THE OtlKAT
H AL T I JIO HE
MlWIIFKf-nUV
IU ASiS Sl S J w m
WM. KNAHK k CO.,
Manufaclurcri of
oiiANP, t-quAur. ANU urmuiiT
PI jJSTO FOBTES
IIAt.TIMtlltK, MAUVI.ANtl.
Th'nn Instrnmwitu hvf- lii-en lisforo Ihn piililio
fur npAtlv llilrtv vi-nm. And nt-nn thi-lr exocllr-nc-p
nlono alliilnpd 'mi vttjiurttufcil jirilccr,lili'li
:unoiiacci tut-in uiii-.Uhiii iu
TON E,
TOUCH,
WORKMANSHIP
And DURAHILITY
sr All our.Suare llanot hnvcour new Npw Iiii
.rnr-,l OvniriliiK HciiIobMI tho Jyr.iir 7irW
ste V wuuld mil specml Httrntlon lo osir lot-
f Atrntoil IniprnvemcnU In fliuMi Iuno n-l
FyrKr.URxD, found In no other I'lnnn. ulilcli
1-rliiKt Ihn l'lnM3 ni-nrt-r liorfrrtion than Iih- )rt
ln'i-n attained,
KVKRY I'lANO VUI.I.V WAIIRANTEIJ FOK
VI VK VKAII8,
111 u rated CaIaIosui-s and Price Main iro.Ti4l
furnnhed on atiiillpnllnn lo
W.tl. K.VA1IK. A CO.,
lULTiMosr, Mn
uisnjr ofotir r'KUlar rslahlUhril Kfnclr.
isltt'un.
BARCL A.YBROS. .
OHIO I.KVF.K
Ciiau, Ilu
SARATOGA SPRINGS
m rtiL slsst
Sr UABCLAY UKUO STORK.
Fiik .Scrrtr, Dmr.
MOCKING MUD FOOD
in mtiDr ro tir wiTugir tsqisii
AT TtAROLAYf'.
JJ F. tTil.B O I. D'gW"'
GRAPE ( CATAW1IA ) ( URAI'E ) PILLS
! CATAWIIA l. OKAl'E
GRAPE lOATAWltA ) t I OIIAI'K ) PILLS
skii sit or
HCLHROMI'N MEDICINKN
VRKSII FHOM KIIIST llAKlid,
Always lo stock iu large supply, and for sal I j
11 it r c 1 m y Uros, "
PBB3H. 3LTTB liTCKI
JUST It K 0 K I V K I)
AM-
orNnleby HirOliikN 1!M1 orCnllon
AT RaRCLAYS'.
WExtka. Fink Coloonk;
f"OKNUINIl IMPOUTKI) EXTRACTS;
lOrllAin, Tooth anu Nail IlnusiiKb
BIndia Ruiiiikr NtRSKitr Goo.'
AT
s .a. xCjj-yr beos.
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Ht-st Knules in argo stock and va
riety, very cheap)
Full Link ok Colors,
I'll If AMI in on.;
ralut Ilrushos, Linseed Oil,
Whitewash P.msIicr Turpentine,
Varnishes Etc. etc.,
Ill KINDS Ktl STANPAKD 4VAUTIU
At Barclays'.
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
PRODUCE AND
COMMISSION MI-JR0IIANT,
tin. 70 Ohio I,0V1.C,
OA ItlO, M. l nc1 8.
THpeell ssltesitlou Kivea Id coiiHgumenti
and nrdeis
1 UK DAVIS I.K'i . Tiril
vckticu rn I-
SEWING M AOHINK
THE LAltOKST.
THE SIMPLEST,
THE CHEAPEST,
HE HEST,
TDK onKATKSTIMI'UOyfKMKNTOF TIIK AOK
JUIlllB l-.U.W -'11-HII.
Agrnla Dld for uiiori-ilni-l tri rltory." ifsnd
Ilraneli IHc.OIU orlli I'uiirlb Nlrerl
NT. I.OVIN, no.
8. 1'. M'.WTON, MitanKtr.
WAGON MANUFACTORY.
y i . . WboloalL- or Retail
F SJU- 111 ""leiail or iiriJii
I
CO It N Kit :l'Jl-STHr.ET ANKOJIIO I.KVKK
Cairo, Illinois.
notiiir
J. I. 4iAMIII.r.
ntovkn. Tixw.tm:. irrs",
A. H A L L K Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin nnd Hollow Vr. ClolMo U'rinKer Tulle
Warp, Coal Hods, Kilt Slioti-li, Air lil.
MAXlTAtTlUlK Or
TIN, ZINC-COPPER AND SHEET
IRON WARE.
No. 16G Washington-avenue,
CAIRO, 1I.I.INOI.1.
VI!oofinK. riiillerin, and ll kin. I. ofjnb
work donaut olioiti-Bt noiicb. letldlf
DOOItS, NANII, KTCl
OO TO
W. W. THORNTON'S,
UUILDERS' SUPPLY DEI'OT"
I3J TKNTII STRKKT,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
FOR
Doors, Siisli, llllnilN, Monlillii;i,
l'jTOJntlcri,(sooil) lVliitlowniiil lloiij
I'rniiieM, 1'loorluir, I.alh,
HIiIiiicIi-n, Ulnscetl HuhIi, UIiitimI Side
I.lglitN, Uliizeil TrnisNoniH,
Naah WelKltln, finals I'lillleM nml C'unN,
lllluil I'liHtetilnirn, ItootliiK
fell, Itoolliiir Cement, rUNterliiK
I'uier, t'urjiel Velt, Willie
I.enil, I.liisrsl Oil, Aiiicrlrmi WInilo.v
' UIiinh, EsskIInIi niKlFrencIs
Plate disss, IMHIy, (llncler'a lolulw
Hesvor l'lpen rntt-ut Vliliiiiiej-a,
Kte., Ktc., Kic.
AO E NTH for Itook Illver I'apor Company's
WheatlunK Felt and Quartz C'einont.
ll. w. JoIiii'h Improved Itootlni; always on
vnd.
IIUTOIIKUN.
OKNTltAL MKAT MARKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
II aiereopened Ilia
POPUI.AH MKAT (fAlfliKT.
COMMKIICIAK-AV.,
Uvlnrsii Mnlli niulTsiifli Sliceta,
and will keep constantly on hsnd llio twst nie"
slauulitered n th. Cairo market. They d.?,0,1"'
pelllfon. Olv,. tli.ru ril. ,
1'tltN AMIS IlllH-S.
11. LEW k CO.,
t r A l.ci: is
HIDES AND EUKS,
wool, i:AHir.itN. irn-.,
93 OHIOil-BVBB.
Oaiiio, ll.I.ISOIS.
novl.M
cuss. KiiorsMttrn. iium iiiick
CIIAS. SCHOKNMKYKK k CO.
FURNITURE ROOMS,
UPHOLSTEItlNO
1XD
MattrcsH Man ufacturi ng
I'll nil tit re ReilrlsiKi
1'IUTUHK Fit AMI NU.
All onli'i- proinpll atlended lo.
NOIlTIIWKST I.'OIIXKK OK WAHIIINUTON AV
KXUK AND TK.NT1I ST
v. CAIRO, ILL.
I O. Drawer .
Jsnftf.
MII.L.1NKKN.
MRS. M. SWAN I) Kit;
DEAIiER JN MILLINERY
ilk
LAMES FURNISHI.NU U001JM,
t'oniiiierrlnl At rune, uiionll Llllu
is il U Jlnyllioru'ii
Oaiiio, Illinois.
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WKAft
Wide to ordfr.or ItosJjr.Mad
IU rH-fiTrd a full nd compute itock of Rood.,
he uf-west snd riiinllrsl in Ihf rllf. A a Im
niNiin Tsrlly ol
RIRIJONS, LACKS AND FIUNOKS
sIih oll-rn K?eM itnliicmnt. lo lirr trns soJ
all others Sorsll oa lirr.rxamlnt llm t-rlcn, stjlrs
nod quslltjr o' hrr goods.
Mrn. Swanot-r, Imring told hfr property, ll
m-Ii the hole nf tlne noo. t ml brloirro.l
7nw Is the lime to puri-lisi Clinlnip gooJ
I the crr lot prli"r.
PAI.HTKHH.
MOOItK k MATHKWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
PAINTBBS,
nrrvraiivr s-iisiprliniiKlnsj, KnUoiulta
Int. clc,
Dodi In the luxhi-.t itjle ol the irt, tad a
rt- ttitdrl I'OtnptlltloD.
shop i.v i-KiiRY houk corner or Srik
HTRKKT AND CMMKRCIAI. AVENUK.
NAl.OSS.NM.
1CL DORADO
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN OATIJS, Proprietor.
tOfiC'mmotcisl Areoue, CAIKO, ILI.lNOIrtJ
llest hraud of Cilifornla Cigars Just receired,
iTIl.t.IA(n saloon furnlnhed tth Dm Ixat ol
U tahles; and hr sniiplit-d with wines, liquors
tnd cli;ars of tlm flneit brands.
A. SUSANKA,
Proprietor
MAGNOLIA 'SALOON
And Dealer in Foreign mij Domestla
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
17 Ohio Levee,
Ilelwe'.i. Ninth and Tenth Streets,
Cairo, III.
de-.17tf
KOC'KltIKH AND IJRV OOODM.
WILLIAM KLUGK,
FAMILY GROCERIES,
DRY-GOODS,
NOTIONS, ROOTS AND SHOES,
HATH AND CArH, KTC.,
Has Ju.t received a lirary Ntock of Boots and
HhoeH, HoHlery and Notions,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
He also han a tine stock of Family (iroceiej ot
eierykind.
C'IRNER SI.XTH-ST. AND COM MER
OIAL-AV.,
6'AIRO, ILLINOIS
MAS l'l'ITKItN.
II. T. GUROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
AND nails IM
AH flXTURKM,
fiaa Filler' land I'lumlier'a malarial. Wao
' pamp". Kh'hi. am ancle, valves. Mop
Wks, check valves, etc. P
AUO iar.HT roa
rillt. rolli.r Pniesu nry am, Meter,
And Morehnue, Wells ,V Co's Automatic Wale.
indicator and Hupply Valvo for steain bollm,
WINTKR'S JII.0CK, COMMXRCIAL-AVKNUE

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