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liULLhTLN, THURSDAY. FEBRtAfeY 29, Ifi72.
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Thuridat Mokminu, February 2P, 1872,
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TIIK DOLLAR WKKKI.T iitLt.l.TlN.
Jnhn II. (tf 4 O-i iff rrlii''i'ii the -n.
irrliitton pni-o n the tV-rkly Culm IMIlH n II
Uu VMr B..iili'i i rlii apeat p
w,rlllilllict in nirfl-in lllinnl
JjUXTKNAXr (JWANT In plc-JicillI
among the rtiit.a of Pompeii,' nnd of
course learning nil nbout the art of war
Lawrence, Kansas, is cujo ing nn
interesting religious revival. Prayer
meetings arc held in saloons, and full a
thousand persons, it is said, arc cither
converts or " under conviction."
The Massachusetts temp crnncc men
says an exchange, are satisfied
with no half-way measures, such
as the local option (otherwise
known as let-thc-innjority-tlecide) law,
or the punish-the-man-who-makcs-the-man
drunk law; but propose to cs
tablisli asylums for the confinement and
punishment of drunkards, and a hill to
carry out their purpose is now pending
in the legislature.
We have received a life-sized por
trait, a wood-cut on yellow paper, of
Thomar S. Davics of New York city, a
Eelf-nominatcd candidate for tho prcsi
dency. The picturo is accompanied
with an " oath and pledges," by which
the candidate promises purity, honesty
and faithfulness in office. Mr. Davics
is rather u good looking gentleman, with
a fine eye, and hair combed up straight
from his forehead something after the
style of tho pictures of Clay and Liu
co'n, but it is (scarcely probable that he
will ever brush it up after that fashion
as tho presidential occupant of the
wbite honsc. Mr. Davics should con
tinuc in the shades of private life for a
while longer, and ponder on two things
3ne of which is to consider tbc pro
priety of waiting for (lie presidency ol
the United Slates until ono or more
p rsons suggests his fitness for it, and
tho other that oaths aud pledges arc a
small part of real honesty.
The report of the investigating
committee of the Kansas Legislature
appointed to examine into tlio charges
of bribery ngalnst Senators Pomnroy
aud Caldwell, accused of buying the
Totes of the Kapsas Legislature which
gavo them their seats iu the United
States Senato, is published. It proves
conclusively that the two radical sena
tors spent large sums of money,
and received in exchange for it
their scats in the Senate. This expose
of the part Fomeroy took in securing
his election, in connection with his
course on tho impeachment trial of
President Johnson, when he offered to
sell his vote for $40,Q00, will bo apt to
destroy public confidence, elightly, in
his rectitude, and will interfere, eo far
as honest won aro concerned, with any
political Bchomcs ho may have had for
the future. Pomcror should have
learned in his youuger days that hones
ty is tho best policy, as well in a politi
cal as in any other t-ensc.
There are now ti.300,000 butheli of
grain in store and afloat at Chicago.
Alabama hat six cotton fuctorlcs
which work up 20,000 luloa of cotton
Rhode Island hat anew secret society
with tho cheerful title of "Som of Jona
Philadelphia asks her common council
for 5300,000 to build, her, new ongino
A Western serial story contains this
touching sentence: "Hit heart still wal
loped for her."
A young lady of Philadelphia wont
out tlelgh-rlding wearing a lashionable
bonnet, and froze her forehead. lVssuit,
A Des Moines damsel huTtng ofl'ended
a young man at a leup.year ball, ho
threatened to send his big sister to demand
A man died suddenly from Intemper
ance, nnd a Western jury found that "dc
ceited came to lili death by drlt.king le
The Gurmaa students drawn off by
the war are So:klug back lo tho universi
ties, which are neurly all over-crowded
A young lady of Indianupolis wus
very torry that her wod'Ing, which was to
take place at the tamo hour, would pre
vent her attending ber sister's funeral.
A t until but energetic wcttctn paper
announced lit own demiso in Ut last ltsue,
accompanied by alTta'a solemnities ot
turned rules, cotlins and grare-tUmes,
The reported doath of Oen. Porlrio
Dial, fioin dysentery, on the 12th Jntt, Is
confirmed. Tu follower of Diaz bare
proclaimed for Ltrdo Tejada or Guzman
The wJsV:tfjMotit H, urinnell died'
at Genoa, Lly, on the lild. SUwastbe
naica of Washington living. Tk re
. , 11M 1 I mltrii to Tnrr.x (. 11 'ur p
Tli now tin b'ui.Jiiv niMin Mucked
. 1 fr,,l.... !.... In-- 11 1 .-..-lef' . f
iub 1 i ntiuc rnuroau. xnowdtcro
lund tiulnt wtro 17 hour "lslnt Salt
Lake. The mow It HL-i.lw in- cite com
munication for lomo time, 111 ilie'culs ir
walled with drifts. The last flow musi
bo removed by hand.
Co . Forney saj tlml Of"- Oral. "
Inluiit on 11 second cllictlolihlle bi wl"!
working to the dm nomlnstlon, " ',m,
If ho I111J not oxpvcted ho couM'haeB
j-ears, he would not bae;r5igiicJ1'10 cf"
At live u'uloofc in the niur'g l,1ru
men illu than ut nnv othur ur UUJ
twuntj.-Amr. Tho lilt-force I " 1,1 lu
iov'l cob, nnd tin) ifystwn iii-cuiii- mu
itioft cnMlv, especially to uli'i '
i,U'XV, jiarulysls or cpili!1'.
-Somulody ha Introduced a bill to
abolifh the olllce of police mnpitrate In
thU tute. As It Is ari clnce provided ttr
by tho constitution Jul) as much u justices
of the peace or circuit Judges, the precoc
clous gentlemen is probably too fast.
On Sunday nlht a farmor named
Daniel Kramor, residing about nino mllun
west of Auburn, Schuylkill county, Tcnn.,
was brutally murdered and his wife left
or dead. Mr. Kramer's son, on entotlng
his father's bouse Monday morning, found
his mother on tha 11 with li Imll i"our-
fully ff"HCtured, and still living, but un
iiblo to speak. Tho fiither was found
about 100 yards from tho hous, with his
brnlna beaten out and frozon to tbo
ground. No truco of tho murderers hns
et btcn discovered. The murderers rob
bed the house. Mrs. Kramer cannot ro
A NEW ANAESTEHT1C HYDRAMYL.
From tho Ilalumnte Amtlcnn, l'b. 17,
Dr. llfchardton, of London, has been In
vestigating 11 new antithetic, to which he
lias given mo linmo 01 nyaramyi. au ac
count of his experiment is given iu "The
tlair-vcarlv Compendium ot jiculciil sci
ence. I'urt l a, (iul published.) wincii
will be found interesting reuuing even to
ihoso who never expect to undergo any
more nulnful suri:icil operutloii than the
dinlodL'ini! of a tooth or tho lancim: of a
boil. Dr. Richnrdson was in the habit of
usinir a mixture ofnm vl hvdrlduand recti
Ued ether to produce uniesthesia; that
is by freezing tho apot through which
the incision U to be made, by tho rapid
tvitporKtion of tho volntllu sui'itunce spur-
,tcu upon it in tnu lorm ot spray, lie no
ticed that when thd spray was usod for an
oncrution alout tho noso or mouth tho
imllent often passed into n state of cer.eral
insensibility to pain. Tho sleep product d
wus to cetitle, so deep, and yul so tempor
ary. Unit Dr. Richardson riirlit.lv supposed
that ho was on tho track of a most valuable
ilWcovory. He forthwith begun a series
of oxporitnenis In order to ascertain whetu
i-r it wus tho vapor of tho ether or of by
drido which produced tho insensibility, and
it was not lunir till ho assured himself
that it was tho latter. AVben Inhaled- it
created no irritation, inducod perfect in
junsibility to pnin, and tho recovery from
its inlluenco wus singularly rapid. The
most interesting fact connected with .tho
innaJatlon of tills giia Is, that in ninny in
etanccs it induces perfect iriionslbiity to
pain, und leaves tho consciousness com
Dr. RicLardeun tins also been experi
menting with inethvlle ether. In teveial
uuses tho patients ullhougli quite insensible'
to pain, wcroaiiloto ooey every reijuest
made of tin m, and somoof them kept In
htlnir that they wero not Vet ready fur
the operation, becautu they wero entirely
conscious, whereas tlio cutting was going
on nil too Hmu ami uiey tell it not. unu
ludy took the aniesthvtle and then poiiited
out successively tho teeth which the wish
ed Vj havo extracted, adjusting herself in
tho chair afliir eacli tooth was drawn, and
vet felt no paln whatever. From this und
other cases which cumui under jiis notico
the doctor very fairly assumes that ''In tho.
course of tlmu wotshull disyover uiunagea
clo and certain unrctlictlc nibiUir.eei which
will paralyze sensation only, leaving tho
muscular power unaitereu unu jneniui
A NEW WONUKIL.
UODSEUOLP TELKOBAniY TO JK XSTAn
LISIIED I.V NEW TOItK.
fKrom the World.l
A now, ingenious, and mu-t serviceable
use for tho magnetic talegruph is about to
bo established in this city ono which
would doubtless muko oven tho Park row
statue of ucnjiimin franklin smilo com
placently and wuvo his graceful arm in gleu
could that strange representation of thu
practical phlldiojihfcr LoTirade to compro.
Lend it. This use arhctfroni the fiirttliHt
the "Amerlcun District Telegraph Com.
puny" has been organized for tbo purposp
oi iiuiHiiie; uiuciriuiiv iu:i nn ernimi ooy
and factotum, unci will etablish otllees in
various parts of Brooklyn nnd New York,
which will ho ot inoro'sorvieu to house
keepers than intelligence offices over wero
in luruishing good servants. Tho plan of
oporatlons'ls this: Tho two cities Will be
divided into districts, in tach of which tho
company will have an office communicating
by telegraph witli tlio houses und business
places oi nil persons who may doire such
comuiilcation una are willing to pay
$L 60 a mouth for it.' There will b-j no
butteries at customer' houo4, where thu
iipniir.itm will :onist only ot wires and u
small key instrument; by touching the
latter onco ono may in threo miuutes'
lime have a monirur at hand who will
run of errands for hlni und do all other
reasonable service at tho rnte of 16 cents
for a half hotias' work. Two touches "of
the koy will at nny hour of tho day or
night bummo'i a policeman with equal cel
erity, and so ono may sweetly Muuibur,
knowing thut if a burglar should enter his
uwuuuig Iiu lias but to turn to It is uppara-
iv. imvo mo loilow cugeu iu tureo niln-
HI Ca.M .it llfl.li.,1 u nL'ni.1. ftp H r.t
or any of the. ,UIlV calHrnitles which cn
i.; ; r" r..i " J in" system will
ba ..r invaluable servC ' , 7" " '
hoped that it toon will-& "J l l b
aeneral office, of tho cutm1...! .w
v York, and -
IKI EUKJICK iy you;.v.
there is nothliiL- morn illtti,nitu..
among women than tlio dillerento o rela
tive ago among them. Two women of the
same number of years will bo subetuntlally
ol diilercnt epoehsof life the ono wenrieil
in mind, faded iu person, deadened .in
sympathy; tho other fresh and yotinc,
both in laeoartd foejjng, v.-lh sympatbieK
broad und keen us thev wem In lun-Snt
youth, und ticrhiips more so; still as easy
to be uinutiil ni. Voii.lv i',' iA ?,:
. A . I J iuic, lllltt (IB
reurly to learn us whori ho llrst einorced
from the tehool-room. Tho oho you In
voluntary suspect of undurstundint: her
no uf nan u uuzen years or more, when
k Hi lpll. vnii .1... u V 'U..V w,lt.
makes you wonder If the haYpot over
staled ht;r ago by jus', at much when sho
Iaiighjng y cpnfesset to the same Ve
The one it an old woman, who seems aiit
the h.ad pever been young! tho othor'dnly
fi ,Rir),yihobhuu us 'lf the nornr.w.tuld
Crow oia; and nothing Is equal between
them except the number of dayt each has
'V TSOilKrf WASUINOTON
Ti,Ji ?KD tHEVLAllOR m&
fi yi FOltil TJICKKT. 'P
(ic!h Telfram to the Chicago Tlnim,)
TIIK I-MI0K KI.IOBM TICKET TUX TttL
INfl AT WASIIINOTOK.
Wash i.voTow, Feb. 20. Tho tjomlna
tlon of Justit-'o Davis for (he prostdeney
by the convention continues to be sorlotin
ly dlciifed by members of both political
nurtlef, and so far fioin thero being any at-
tempt to discredit and belittle it among
evui adnilnittiAthin republicans, as Is,
tated in a partuian dispatch, sent Hence,
several republicans senutors and tpembors
ueclurcd lo-uay mat mo uckci was not
only a most rc?pci table ono, but would be
come popular as ino cauipagiu jirogieiseu.
It is uuuullcu in ootn parties unu u tnu
elomonts of opposition to Grant aro
united on this ticket, or ono kindred to it,
his re-election Is placed In a close, sharp
contest. Rut llttlo is said or cared for
platforms. They are regurded now as
wordv generalities to which the republi
cans have- been singular indifferent, at
In the case of amnesty, which thoy re
commended In the natlonul convention of
leC8, but which remains unfulUlled.
OriuMii itLD. III.. Feb. 26. Some pollt
ical tli:nlllcalico Is.ultuched to tho arrival
here, under Loiran's frank, of Trumbull's
speech on appointments. It Is believed to
mean when translated that they aro in
harness together, running u doublo team.
The ardent admirers of tho administra
tion regard tho omen as ominous of com
. ...T.l.t I,.... T-,...,l...il . I ...,
IIIJ IIUUUII, I1ill.ll AAU11IUUII, UIIU - UVaili
and.l'ulmer shall announco their decided
onocsittun to the renomtnutlon of Orant.
'inero is anotnor canaiuuto tor omco oi
... r ' I'l,!.. .1 I. I. l.u
seeiviarv i;i diulu. aiiib iiuiu iv is iiu iwn
distiiigulshcd a person than Hon. William
jiusscnucrg, nil too wuy irom atcpiicnio.t
county. He uuuounces thut ho will uk
the republican 'convention to nominalu
mm. I I Here s nothing iiko check.) as a
preliminary ho sicnilies his willingness to
slund by the nominee of tho Philadelphia
couvention for president, but on the sub
ject of vice-president he does not seem to
uavo ucctucu yet. lio uppcarcu nere as
an independent republican having run on
Ins own hook after his party caucus re
jected him, ilo reud the party out of him-
eii, out is grauueiiy taking it tiack again,
wheeling into lino by degrees, and it by
uny chance ho should get tho nomination
noiio ot tho crowd woul more indlgnatly
denounce "bolters." Ilo has traveled ex
tensively, but mt bxpcn.lv e y tb ouc i this
slate, aud knows how it is himseu. Uis
qualitlcallous consist in his being a Ger
man, out jo is mt. iiummei, wuo aspires to
the tilace auuin ; and how is he troluc: to
put Mr. Koernir, Jr., candldatijior uttor-
noy general, out oi mo way, lor all tlio
state omcers cannot 0e bcstowirt on their
people. So secreturv of stuto Griggs
thlnki, and accordingly ho Is a candidate.
Ilo is a good and pious young man, and
unlike souio other excellent officers, nan
ruau a nut in mtoen minutes tint would
take it common mortal at least three hours.
THE ST, LOUIS WIRE, MILL.
A ri.KNIHD INDUhTJtV AKD HOW. IT 18
CONDUCTED FACTS Of IMI'OKTANCE.
Among the pioncor 'enterprises for'thd
development ot our munutacturlng ru
sources, we notico tho St. Louis wlro mills,
iu tho' foot,of Uhetiteau uvenue, in this
oity. IJio milla uru uwiuil by Munrm. J.',
M. Ludlow and'1Jewett .H'IUox."ola . und
estceuiod residents of St.'Ilouls, und have
ulroudy won u iiusition in tnu wire trad-j
which wttii tnu prouuteu unpruvenieutsj
oiu injr tu koon oecomo tlio nucleus of toe
wire trade of Hie whole West. Thu pres
ent high prices iuipocpd by thy nccenity.
of briuging tlio.cotiimodity'from the Bunt
.Wtll.eoun he obviated by tlio construction
of nppliunces for tlio uo(ot,
.und'thoto stutes which now look to tho mo
nopolies ot tho east will ho relieved hv
thu talo of us good wire ut fur less pi ices
I.... i. . . -.1.1 .. -
kiniii uus uver ueen nroviueu lortuem.
A-lTimta reporter rccentlv visited llie'
... i - ... .1. . .. i .. .- .. ..
orh oi mo nun unu uotuiiiea'a acicrip
tioii of thu interesting method of its tiiuuu
faeture. . -'iho-. Iron now used Is Imported from
England, und is brought to tho mill ,iu
cons ol heavy rods. Tiieseure llrst heutid
unu iioliiuu ut one end, ufler which tliey
aro tulijocied lo u huth of vitriol, for tlm
purputH of removing the sculca und cleutis-
ing inem.- Alter unother bath In lime
wuter they ure ready for working und are
passed over to tho plateuien. 'iTu-se coils
ure if No. 4 siau. and nruredueo'l to'- 'thH
requisito sires by running them through
iwruanu, rL,ATKS, , t 4
mudo or tho best ton pored steol. The
pluti.s aro about Ax Inches, square, and ure
porforuted with funnel, slmped holes. ' The
nmrp etidot tho coil is parsed through ono
oi uieso noies, ana atlucliiu to alraino set
uptn a cogged shaft. Tho framo Is then
set In motion, and thu wiro drawn tliroti" li
tho hole. This proeceed reduces it ono
Tho coll thus, rcducod is thon put In nn
"uniieiiler," a cast-steel cylinder, eight
leet deep and tnirty-four inches In dtu-
meter, surrounded by nn outer casing of
brick work. Tho unnealors, of which
inero uru lour, navo acu pacitv ot two nnd
one hull" tons each. Wiien tilled they aro
lilted with caps, and tho brick wurk-!
enclosed with a largo cap, from which a
nine curries. oil' tho tmoko from the fur.
linen below. Rlsimr from tho nnterVim l
a sinuller nine fed in- thu
tho anneiler. Tin's dido is lin-lii. il nh,i
by the burning of tho gas It' regulated tho
a Kxn ali.no the wine.
'I ho cylinders aro expensive, costing
$yoo each, and aro renewed everv nino or
twelvo mi.nti)i Thk coilt nro lift In the
annculur twenty-four hours, und then are
ready to bo run through unother plute.
und tho wiro is ugaln" reducod In tlze.
Eucli coil is puesod tbrougli tlio procts of
unneuling aftor each reduction. It Is then
put up J n sixty.-threo pound bundles, aud
is renily for ihu market.
Tboro iiro"iLIno plafo Tn thfs cstaXfish
mont making wiro from sbjaso.,.4 tu t8l
incluslvo. An oxperiineht'bus'buen'made
lately by Messrs. Ludlow & "Wilcox with
1. . I . i r .
vue lowest gruae ot i i
with1 lm' discovered that our Iron
the 'iron no4 ft T"!-"ty 0lW,f s.8
upon which ThtehtJ trm iKnglftn.d'
twenty dollar p.V1 "lono., js4iH.ary
Lo'Ji5-n,,d it l the rtureiv,ot.Bd " Sl;
Messrs. Ludlow WlcuJ u. 1,,tcn'io" f
ing mill adjoining lb0r?M
completed during the present soa,'on
tho manufucturaiof wiro rods from 'ii2r
u truuo oi u.o eniiro West, northwest
mid soutbwost Iowa, Kansas- and Minno
sola aro untiring In tho- demand! for this
urtiolo for eusiJtUf?oos,of wkich.tha
mill nowinakcs aspeciultv. und ihn
tlon of the prutonuhigk rates will prove of
.aiuiauiu uniein 10 inoso ttaici.
- e ' HtfV6Rirt,1' '
are at present turning out six tont dally of
fencing, trellis, market, coppered and an.
..v,. lrBl kn Wp,nee of 51000 pe
day, and their proposed enlsrgf mint of
tn mill, will soon oe onaDieu w mm oui
eighteen hiiMircl ions per vcar ana to nn
all orders tent thorn without crowding
tholr caoacitr. as thev aro at present com
pelled to, and will be enabled to furnish all
kinds, of smaller wire made by the Eastern
mnnufactai'lps, In as lnrco quantities at any
otnor manufactory in ino country.
numbsrinc twenlv-llvo. undertho nblosti-
ncr ntcnuenco oi Jir. J. 11. iiauiweii. aro
. . . ...
vcrv Intclllirf nt men. selected for their
care.and forcstisht In tholr business, and
who navo learned their business in me
principal wire mills In England and tblt
Jleisrs. J.udlow ana iicox aro men oi
. - . . . Ml
enterprise Hnd energy, and have the well
wishes nut only ot their iciiow townsmen
but of the wiro Interests of tho West,
whose necessities the now undertaking it
destined to fully supply.
JDttU OrQ-T S .T S
- M rCLL ILaJT
AT DAJtCLATS SBUO BTOKX.
Fatsa BcrrLT, Dutr.
MOOKINQ BIRD FOOD
tu. ittDt o rs wiiBorr TAorm
E L M B 0 L D
GRAVE f CATAWBA ) f ORAM . PILLS
i CATAWBA QRAPR
GRAPE I CATAWBA ) I QRAFK ) PILLS
ADD ILL XT
rxRsn irom yinsT bands,
Alwajs lo stock In lug supply, tad for atl bf
just r x o x i v x d
r Sale by tboOlata Bottle orCallatt
0Extra Kink Coloonk;
MaTTOxNuiNX XAfroarao JCxtkact;
IcIIair, Tootu and Nail Urusuks
(India Rubdkr Nursery Goo?
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Best grtclfs in argr stock nd t
riety, rery cheap;
Full Link or Colors,
nir ki in oil;
Taint lirufhfi, Llotecd Oil,
Vwnishei Ete, etc..
ALL SIXPI AXD STiKDiaD 0V1UT1U
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ot emy daiieriptltfD,
LATII, gUINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
Kniolsheit on shortest notice.
Uommeroial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sta.,
GROCKMEH-AND BRV UOODS).
WILLIAM KLUOE, .
NOTIONS,1'R00TS AND SHOES,
U'BATS and cam, xtc,
Jutt rrelrd t.hfirjr toe It of .Boot and
hhors, Hosier)' and Motions,
PQR.BALEFOR CASH VERY CHEAP
,a,0U,whn,'o:k of Family OrooiiMot
CORNER flWTU.8A ND OOMMER
MRS. M. S WANDER, .
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LAD1F.S FURNISUINO GOODS,
t'onunrrtlnl Airniif, ornonltr r.lllo
CLOTHING FOR LADIES WfcA
MaJr lo gnlfr.or IttaJj -Mid
!ltt rreelrtd a full and enmnt I ttonk nf onn.li.
ns Dtwrai fdu iiiniuienii in in cur. Ai im
Tifpue ru oi
III 11BONS, LACES AND FRINOKS 1
h oflrrs krfkt Itiductmtls to htriwtrtns idi
nil ether to cill on lif r.nnuiln the prices, tlj Irs
na quality oi ner gooum
Mrs. Swuntfr. Imriri sold brr rrcpirlv. wll
srli Hi whiili- of Ihtrti kooiIi-H aod Ulccc
flow Is th tlmr to i.urrtme Cliniltnsi aood
i inn itrr imfiiirn.
CITY SUOjfi STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
sole io met roa
BOOTS AND SHOES
Commercial Avenne, former of Klgtitti
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ALL OR-
DKRS TOR nOOTSKIRTR AND SHOES.
CLOSE k VINCENT,
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Corner Elgnta Htrcet unit Ohio i.tvtt
D. Z.MATnUSS. E. C. UUL
MATHUSS & UHL,
I1AV AND WJSSTERN PRODUCE
Wo. e oiiio
d birth Mi-
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huccrssors to fc B. Uendrtcki A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
LILeul Adfuces ir.r i upo
Are prepared lo rrcetro, ilore nt orward
rrelglits to all point and Imjr ktil
sell on cominisilon.
SHrilulneu attended lo promptly
STRATTON & BIRD.
(Buccefiaor toHlratton, Jtudson A Clark.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
JOHN B. PIIILLIS & SON,
(Sincetaor to Jno.B. Phlllls,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
D. REXFORD Proprietor
OSMISl OHIO tint AMD StCOMD ST.,
J he Only Firit-Chh Home in the City
c. II AN NY.
I LARGE STOCK.
a a li
STKI1' E S,
KENTUCKY JEANS, EXTRA,
LARGE STOCK OP CARK4TINO
Ula EtttlrcNtoekXow Clonlna Out
VERY LOW FIOURE3.
CORNER 8tH ST., AND COMMERCIAL-AV.,
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R.
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Cui-
caoo, M;w l OKX, JJOSTOV,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
PMnger trains arrue at and leare Cairo at fol
lows: hail. tiratM.
;tiY 3:13 .m Iioo p.m.
icpakt -111)0 a. m ...ai5.ro.
Iloth train connect at Centralla with train on the
Pana. Decatur, IlloomlnRtcn, El Paio, L Halle,
Mendou, JTcpon,iiiiin, t'uuuquv, uu
all points in illinola, Missouri,
jllnnrnotu, A'l.consln and
luwn. Ami with
Lines running Kant and West lor
Sl.Loum, Kpriiitfheld. IxiaiaTille,
nini.innnil. Imllanntiolla. Columbus.
And at Clileago with Michigan Cenital, Michlita
Boutnerii, ami nimourK. rri 'iju.
nnd Chicago Uailroada lor
Detrelt, rUrvlaml, Dunkirk.
Alhiny, ll-iS(on, l'l.ilndeiphla,
Magra Falls, Krle. Iiuttilo,
Turk, I'lilaburc. llalttmore,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and r'ler Monday. April 21th, 1871, train wil
run as loi. ow i
Tinas coma orTiiT.
i.rT6 irginia t:iu.ni.... liio p. in
' ffunnntleld...... 9.20 " .......... 3.00
" Talorllle ,10:6!J
ArriTeat i'ana......,.llsC in 6:17
Leare Pana.. ...4.00a,in J.SlD.m
" Taylorville ...4i " M
ArriT atc)print(lield..eilS " t.oo
Leare ripiinitReld ' 0:10
Ar.-ire at Virginia S:M " ......8:IS
THINK OOIKO MUTUIIST.
Leare EJgewood 6:30 a.m. 10:10 a.rn
riora .:u into
Arnre at tihawn-etown3.&.1p rn 6:14 p
taiks oo I. 10 oatnwiT.
Leare Rliawneetovrn...:S a.rn .. S.J'ip.m
" nor !.... ......z.&o .,..... j;uu
Arrlre at Ednewood 1:60 " 8:20
Tiie 6:3ii a.m. train from Edfewood, run only
Mommy, nuDVBiiayif unu rriuaja, Ann o;oa.m
imin trnm Hhawnretown ou Tueaday, Thura
dy and baturdays.
Connect at Aalilund with Jacksonville rtlvlnion
ot Chicago anil AHon Killroml. rnr Jacksocrille,
Pelemburir. Maaon City. and all nnints weat.
At HprniKfif i. with Chicago and Alton, and
Tnlodo, Wabnnli anil Weslorn Kailroad, lor
uioom.nEicn, i.iiicago, unu an points norm, norm
wett and wrai.
At pAna with Ind. and St. Louis, and Illlnola
ucnirai naiiroan lor an points eaii, south unu
At Kdgewaod with Chicago Dlrislon llliuol
At Flora, with Ohio id Mississippi Railroad
AtHhawneetonn. with Meamboai for Cincln
Bill, I'aducah, Cairo and Kt. I.mni.
Jou KooaiTT.Oen'l Fr'gtnnd TicketAg't.
And Pealer In Foreign and Domeatlo
"WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
97 Ohio Lcveo,
Iielwetb Ninth and Tenth Streets,
COAL! COAL! COAL I
DU' QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON,
Commercial-BT., Foot of Eleyenth-8t.
All Cral earefull .ioh..i -i it.. mm irair
oank' tcAlex. , '
FULL WXIOIIT WARIUNTW- X
Coat il1lv..l maiIi-a IB BJ
part n th cl.y, either by tbo half ton, w ctcu
Lra order at thofflc oa omn";','"
k feour Klanlh Wt. aora.ui.
OOOIIN. NANtl, i:XCl
W. W. THORNTON'S,
IIUILDKllS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J TENTH 8TRXKT,
Door, Nnatt, Blind. MonldlnsSt
EiTe fltittrni, (stood) Wlndowstad looa
Trnmtn, Flootin;, Lath,
Hlilnajlra, Ulnad Haalt, Olaaad Bid
Light), niaccd Transom,
Naali Weight". Nal Pulllea and Card,
Blind raatenlaca, Bottatttx
rlt, Rooflng CmcBt, Plaatarlstsr
Paper, Carpet Felt, Whit
EetMt, IJuaed OH, AmetieitB ITlstdaw
llna, EoKllsh andFrench
Plate ln. Pully, tilacler'a PoIstU
Hewer Pipe Patetst ChltBtsejra
Etc, Etc., Kit.
AOF.NT8 lor ItncW Itlet Paper Companj's
tfhratliine Kelt anil Cjuarlt Cement,
li. W. John' IniproTrd itootlnic alwari ea
THE DAVIS LOCK STICH
TlIE ORKATESTlJtrr.OVEMtNTOr THE AOK
Terms Most Liberal.
Agent wanted for unocrupml teitltory. Snd
for circular anil price lit.
Branch office, 013 Xorth 1'onrth Htraal
NT. I.Ol'IN, JIO. k
f. r NETlIN Manager.
or Sale at Wholesale or Retail
CORNER 32D-STREET AND OUIO LZVXk
J. r. OAXBI.E
BTOVKJS. TIXWAKE, ETC,
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin und Hollow Ware, Clothe Wringer Toil
Ware, Coal Hod, Fil dliomls, Air QaUs,
TIN, ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
No. 166 Washington-avonue,
VRooflnK. Oulterinir. and all bln.u riob
wurk'doneat slioiteat noiicii. " lebtdtf
r OSOCBRII8, '
. .PROVISIONS ET.C.)
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