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JOHN II. OBBHLY & CO., PROPRIETORS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1872.
BULLETIN BUILDING. WASHINGTON-AV
TUB MAILS.
ARKIT K nr.rikT
iCorth, Througn iMt.m. too ton
.. w 8:20 p:m. 4:") p.m.
South, Way" 1W5..m. i'p.m.
' Through N. O., Mem
phis and Columbus ?; p.m. 4:00 p.m,
Ohio River route, (except
. Monday) ;0p.m. r.;onp.m.
Iron Mountain II. It liMa.m. 11:11) p. n.
Mm. Ittvcr route, lucsdaj
and Friday 0:00 i.m. 7:00p.m.
Ihebce, (loos lslandA Banta
Fe. III"., Thursday A FrI-
Jay e.Wp.m. 7;04a.m,
Mayfield, Mandrill and
Lovelace, Ky 11:00 .m. 4.00 p.m.
orrirt iu)i'R.
"mral Delivery Ti.VJs.m.
(Mundaya.8l0 9a.rn.)
oney Order depautmcnt :M a.m. 0.00
glster " ' " :iO.m. D.OOp.m.
oney Older and Rcaliter department, no
un tfundays.
OUlt CHURCHES.
r.SltVTERiAN-Klghlh.street.
Preaching, Battmtli at I0J a. and 1 r. u.
l'ra,er meeting, Wednesday at T. u.
Wunday Sk'.uol, 3 r. . J. M. I.ansde n, Super
intendent. Rev, C. II. Foutc, Paster.
MKTHoDitiT-Cor. Kighth u.l Walnut Bis.
1'readilng, Bnbbath luj . M., anil 7 r, M.
Preyermeetliig, Wednesday, 7;r. u,
Bnnday richool Jl p. m, I.. W. HtllMcll, Huper
intnclpnt. ltef. F. L.Tiionraox, Pastor.
ClltUU OK Til T. UKDF.KMEIMKpNcopel)
Mottling praye'is, Habbalh 10)4 a. m.
live nlng pra)r. 7'r. m.
Sabbath School, 9 a, h.
It-v. Ma. Cmix, Iteeter.
fcT. PATRICK' CUURCIl-.'or. Ninth ft. and
Washington Avenue,
fubllc Ssrvlee, Sabbath r and 10,'i a. m
Vespers, 3 r, .
undayFchool.S p. m,
Service every day, 8 r. u.
Ilrv. I'.J.O'IIitioaAv, I'rlcst.
Jll.NOMK.NyCllKISTIANAWOCIATION-ItfK-nlar
tueetiur cond Monday earn month at II. e
Prayer room of tlio I'rotjytcrmn Church
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7JJ r. ., at
the Prayer romn of the Presbyterian church.
;. Patsosa, President.
AFRICAN MKTllODIST-rourt'tntti, bttwem
Walnut mil Cltr.
Services, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
' Sunday ivhnol, V,r.n.
Class 3 r. h.
KKCO.ND eRKIJ-WILLIIAPTIST-Flfteenth Kl.
Preaching, 7 Rev. Win. Jar tif on, Fa'tor.
between Walnut and Oilar.
berries 8hb.th, 1), end 3 r. .
Itev. N. Kicxs, Pastor.
FBEU-WILI. IHI'TIrtT HOME MISKIU.n fcUN
'JAY Mt'IIOOI ('Atour walnut &oJ Cedar Ht.
fcundaySchool, 0 a. m.
IHST FREE WII.I. BAPTIST CIIURCU-Cur-ry'a
I)arraok.
rrric", Kablntli 11 a. k., p. it. and V, r. a.
Ir. Wj. KrLir.T. Paator.
i'lRSTMIHSIONAHV HAP 1 1ST CIll'ItGII Het
wrnl0ttiandlllh tn- ti, nvarCmlar.
I'rtachinrHabtiath lo; a. M.,an1 7J,' r. .
Prayer Jleetlng, Wedni-'layetenlng.
Irrchlnir, Friday rteniHir. .
f abhath hs hool, 14 r. . John an Baxter and
Mary ht heut suiiertntmdrnta.
lie. T J. biioatr. I'ato
BECONI) DAPrfiTCIlUItCII-rouiteenth ftreet,
letweenOdar and Walnut; Her. Jteoli Bra.1
ly, Elder; the nly lla.tit Chuich recojtaifd
I y tha Aiociatlon. pe nlcea, Bnnday 11 o'clock
r.ni., at 3 p.m. and at 7 p.m.
Jacoi Hauiir, Eldir.
SECHET OUUERS '
y THE MAfU.S'8.
Cai CoUwAoiaT, .No. 13.-Stte.l AmMy
at the AVI'"" Monn Hall, Crt and third.Ba..
Urdara In each month.
CAtaoCoii-riuNo.St.-l'ecuUr Conrorationat
iwonie llall.the second Friday In aach month.
Cauo Cii.nta. .No. 7t.-Sef!ulr nroealion
at JIonic Hall, on the third Ibeaday of etrery
'"Sun I-oooi. .No. 237 Y. A. M -KfgtiUr Corn,
munication at Manonin Hall, the a.cond and
lourth Mondaya ol each month.
Intra Ijtrti, Ka.bt V. A. M.-rtgnlar Com
munlcationa at Masonic Illl-arit and third
lliuradays tn each month.
Till. ODII-FEU.OVVH.
Alixandcr I)t.:r, ttil. Jleela In OJdFellow'a.
JUll."n Ar,.r!. Ilu.'uius, erery Tunday .Ten
rX. t 7o'clo.,W.
STATE OFFICERS.
STATE OFFICERS.
Gorernor, John M. Palmer;
Heutenant-GoTernor, John Pougherty;
Secretary ol btate, E-lward Hummel;
Auditor of State, C. E. I.ipplncott ,
Bute Trenurer, E. S. UAtei ;
Bupt. Public Iulructlon, Nnwton Bat.man.
CON01E3S3IEN.
denatofa-Lyman Trumbull and John A. Logan.
P.epretentatlro for the Slate at I.arge-J. I.
FeTcrldue.
Repre.entatlte Thirteenth Diitrict-Jolm M
lebx.
MKMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Senator, In Unmet r. A. E. llolcomb, ol
Union, und. K. liltuon.or Oillatin.
ltepresentatlre, lt Ul.trlot H. Wataan Webb
UOUNTYOFFIOERS.
iciucuiT counT.
Judge-1 liaWcr, of Alexander.
Proectitln Attorney!. K. McCartney, of
Maaaa
Circuit Clerk Jnn. Q. Harman.
BhenB-A. II. irvln.
Wm. Martin, Aeaor anc Tiea.nrer.
COTJh'TY COUP.T.
Judge F. llrosn.
AMor.aton-J. K. McCrltend S. Marchlldon.
Clerk-'Jac00 O. I.vnch.
Coroner John II. fiomman.
MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT
yayor John M. I.niden.
l'reamuer J.tl. Tnylor.
Comptroller K. A. rturnell
Clirk Michael Howley.
Aji rthl Andrew Cain.
Att,rny-P. II.Popo.
Polio Magnlratm F. Hrosa and IS. BhaD
reny
Chie'Ol Police I.. II, Myera,
SELECT COUNCl),
avor J"lm Lannton,
First Wrd-P. O. r-chuh.
Becond Vfard-C. It. Woouvrard.
1'hlrd Ward-Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward-3. Htaata Taylor.
Oltyat-I.aige W. P Ilalltday and D. Hutd.
130AKD OF AUERMK
r.RBT WAHU-Jamea Bearden
I.eo Kleb,
Iiaao Waldon.
1 CONDWARD-R. 11. Cunningham,
E. liudcr,
Henry Winter,
Jamaa Bwayne.
t BIRD WAUD-Wm. Btratton,
Patilck Flltge'.ald,
oURTH WARU-Janie. Carroll, j
'.J.H.Mat.alf.
THE BULLETIN.
POMP OF ROYALTY.
I
GRAND THANKSGIVING DEMON
STRATION IN ENGLAND FOR
THE RECOVERY OF THE
PRINCE OF WALKS.
BRILLIANT AND IMPOSING
PAGEANT IN LON DON MON
STER PROCESSION AND
MILLIONS OF
SPECTATORS.
LoNioy, Fob. :J7. Orcnt prepnrnllona
Imvo boon tnuda fur tlio illtiminiitiun of
tlio woJtorn front and tlio etitiro duino of
St. I'm ill's tu-nbht will) pliip liintcrni uml
linif light". 1 ho Dunk of EnKlHtid, ulub
Iioiik, nnd nil pu blie buildlngi ntid tip
pointmcnt atorca will illlMnlnutid, iind
tliMUnnd of prlvato dwelling, ntid store
aro innkltig alinilur pri'purHtlotu. The
itrcctt tlirouiti wlilcli tlio procculon pas
ses will hi K'Jtooticd wltii pttrtirolored
latittrna along tlio mtlro route.
Tlio Qiiccti arrived nt tlio catlicdrul be
tween one rind two o'clock ; tli untlro na
lemliluo roiu as Her Mujetty entered, nnd
remained ttunditip; until alio took lier eat
on tlio llironc. Tlio To Duum wits Mini; by
minuter cliorus of picked volcvf, nl'lur
which tlio ArcliblMiop of Cutiterbtiry
tcniioncd. At tlio conclusion of tlio ser
vices nt St. Paul's tlio prowsion returned
to Buckingham palace, the prince riding
in the sutnu carriugo with the queen. Tlio
weather was lino and tlio procojsiori n
complete success.
Lo.ndo.v, Feb. V!7. Thanksgiving In
honor ol" tho recovery ol the
Prince of Wales was of the grandest
chnractor. Tho street were thronged,
housos nnd public places gorgeously deco
rated anil apectators numbered by millions.
Twelve thousand soldiers nnd almost tho
entire police force guarded tho line.. Tho
interior decorations of St 1'aul'a were su
perb. It Is estimated that fourteen thous
and pcoplo were within the cathedra). The
procession moved at noon.
Then thi procession moved nntld tho
ringing of bells and a cliorus of 80,000
children. Tlio bodies of tho kingdom
wero represented, and tho crack regiments
of tho army turnished detachments. The
prince looked stronger than vu expected.
Itntneiiio cheering greeted tho queen.
The day was observed ut a legal holiday
throughout tho kingdom. Tlinnkfgiving
services were reported in tho principul
cities of Ireland, and u special prayer was
offered by order of the blhops of the
Irish churches. In Dublin llio Te Detim
was sung In St. Patrick's Cathedral.
Tho royal procession commenced to
move front Buckingham palace at 11 a.
m. Aa tho queen left tho eourt-yara of
the palace a chorus of 30,00l children
sang thn national anthem l,God favo the
(iucen.' The service at St. Paul' con-si-ted
of singing by u grand cliorus of n
To Deum written for tho occasion from tho
ono hundred and fifteenth Ptalrn, tho
reading of prayers nnd n sermon by the
Archbishop of Canterbury. Fifty "seats
were tet apart for workingrnen free of ex
pense, at tho special request of the
queen. The choir was cornpoied of nicked
singers from tho various royal chnpels.
At the conclusion of tho religious ser
vices tho procu.sion again formed and
moved westward. The wholo route, to
and Irom the cathedral was seven miles in
length, and tho proce.lon was lour houra
n motion. A no ocai mwiiuiu iuu.-eu iuu
number of spectators who witnessed Its
pn?uge at -i.uOO.OOO.
1 Hero were i i,uuu irooiis, uesmca wiu
Loudon police loree, engaged in keeping
the streets clear. That there might be no
interruptions or accidents along tho entire
route, strong fences were erected and be
hind these wero double flies of infantry
and police to keep the eager crowd from
overthrowing the barriers und obstructing
tho pastiige ol llio pnicession.
Ratterirs of artillery thundered forth
salutes from several po'ints along the lino
ns the procession moved, nnd the bella of
the churches in tho metropolis added their
peals to tho joyful din. The Illumination
cf to-night will be repeated to-morrow
night. In spile of the great
excitement which existed all
along the enormous masses of spectators,
thero was littlo or no disorder. The polico
found themselves powerless to resist the
tremendous procure ol tlio crowur, anu
were obliged to call on the soldiers for as
sistance.
At Berlin and elsewhere on the conti
nent, tho htiglisli assembled in their
churches nnd held thanksgiving services.
A special dispatch Irom Horn bay slates
that tho governor nnd ofllcials attended
the cathedral in slHte.
The Parsees assembled in their firo tern-
riles, tho Jews in their synagogues, Hin
doos in their temples, tho Molixmmedans
and other religious sects in their several
til aces of worship, and offered thanksirlv-
W according to their various riles for tho
recovery o! tho English Princt.
Midmoht. Several serious accidents
happened to-dny owing to tho prcssuro of
mo grciu mass oi apeeiaiurs in uiu iiiiu
of lirocesslon. Ono man was crushed to
death In Trafalgar Souaro. and numbers
of people wero moro or less injured. Two
stands, each containing ono hundred and
fifty persons, fell and many wero bndly
bruised.
Dispatches from Dublin state that tho
celebration thero was a splendid succesi..
Thero was a procession to St, Patrick's
cathedral, whom a To Damn was sung In
tho prcseuco or llio J.oru lieutenant, anu
all tlio principal oiiiccrs ol uio govern
ment. in
tho evening tho city was illum-
Inntcd
HK1N WRITER.
CARL L. THOMAS,
IGKET "WBITEB
now prepated to re.pond promptly to all d'
in and s for liis serTicea,
SIIOP-COK. 8TH-8T. AND CoUHKRCAL-AY
In the Vcrry Ilouae,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
no23dlt
NERVOUS DEBILITY,
With ita Kloomy ntlriidnnta, low aiilr.
Ita' denriMMlou,!) volinHary emjpmloii.
loaaor aeniPU, aprrniniorrnirn, wi
power dlaay li.nst, loaa ol memory,
and threatened Imurleiire and IMbo
clllta, andn loverelitn cure lu Hum.
nlirey'a llonieopalbic Niiro lie No
Twenty.elKht. Compoteil o tri inxct vnlna
bie mild and potent surtlvo thoy atriko a
nod at the roots ol the null' r, tone nr t aya
tern, ar rent the dl.cliargea, nnd uniirt vlornd
neray, lile and Tltallt) to t"i entile- mn. Tney
hare cured thouaanda of ca, ea. Trice, IS pel
packtResot flveboxea and a large S3 rial, which
(a very imnortani iu obstinate or old cases, or II
ptrsliiKl- box. 8l,l Lr all drill jlst. 1 aent
V.v ma 1 on icela ot m.. i , ..1.. iY..
Bitlflc ljomeopathlo M.u.cln 3o M2 Uroad
' ', V(W, llllHU.
QUOTATIONS:
Cliocae.
New York Cheshire - - ' 17
Hronaiar
Common House, ir am - .. 1 7J
Choice to Extra " ..3 oOlo :i to
a. H. r, oo to s ut
Beeswax mill TiiIIuxti
reewax ..-T. tu 40-j Tallow 7 nVX
1 ita , to M l.annyra. 27 to 28c
Klo, prlmo to choice to '20
Oulutivnud I'olalora.
Onlona, per tbl3 1'. I Potaloe,perbblJl f0a.1 24
Union acls, per bushel 2 76a CO
1'rovlilossa.
I.ARD In tierces per Hi ....,. (tat
In kea lOloll
HAMS Hiik cured " .l.14 to 14
i:ouniry u io iu
Hry Salt " "
Hhonldcra Iston 11 7k
" " dry aalt- .. 6
CliaraUes ILonn . SMtoSs
" " dry aalt li
Naonrai untl sijrrapd.
SCGAIt New Orleans rlm toehuice 10 to 11c
Collee A . K o "
Cruahel ami 'owdered... (Y, to IV
llranulaled l'''0 1J"
hYIlUl'8-Cornmon
Nr w Orleana new to In "C
Rntea of I'rclubl.
Yarmouth succotash and corn at Jor
genson'. tf.
To New fork.
rintCla-s It 701 Fourth aasi.
8i'0 id Class 1 40 dp.'clal Claia..... .
. rur i i " i
compres.e JS'S JZtfvi ufncturcil at Xos. 15, 17 and 19 Miami Avenue,
- DETROIT, MICHIGAN.
To New TorS per bbl ..ll 03
Tn liolon tf r bbl ............ 1 70
From Cairo to.! h X
From Cairo to
Flour, per bb,
liar, it ton .
.,' so,
,iS oo,;
Wi; Coal Oil per r
( Tolceo i t r h
t V.
4 ((
Corn, ir cwt! w '7iC
Cats. rr cwt ... J'iVAi
ttyll. . .....II F CI
Cotton per M
i.umier i-r 31
tool
I 0
20
I2C
Apples, per bbl' :io tA
Forli,rbbl, to tl
WhlakV. rl.l.ll 7&ll M
i.uniMr kcm
Ueavy Irl-cwt
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PAINTFJIH.
MOORE & MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
JP-A-XrETTIElRS,
Decorative PnperbaiiRliir, KaUotulu
lag, etc.,
Done in the highest style ol the art, and a
rates thatdely competition.
ailOP IN PIKRY noUBK. C0RNSR or 8tb
aTRIET AND CUMKKCIAL AYXNCX.
SIMMONS AN I) (JLOUOH
Iaairvwl
OABHsTET
Thlttyllre dIRerent "Ivies for th
Parlor anil the
mnterhl
and worktnanehlp i Quality
Prices, $50
(E'tabltshed In lf.Mi.)
Address SIMMONS &
2.20lfim
nt'TcnrJtn.
CENTRAL MKAT MARKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
Jltscrropeneitth
POPULAR MEAT MARKET,
C'OUUEItCIAK-AT
Bclnn Mntfa ciidltBlli Klies-I,
and will keep constantly on hand the best meat.
eiaiiBiiiermi in ino i;airo mnraei. i nay aeiy com
petition. Give them a trial. ee71tf.
OAK riTTKltS.
H. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
aDPiita m
OAS FIXTURES,
Gaa
Fitter'and l'lumber'a material. Woo
pumps, globe and ange Tiliti, atop
cocks, check Talrei.etc.
auo aoxir roa
Tnfta BrulbcrH Patent Dry Oa Meter
And Mnrehaure, Wells & Co'a Automatic Wati
ludicainr and fcupply Valse for steam boilera.
WlNTKU's lltocK. COHHKhriAt-AVRNl'a
HOOK IIINnKtY.
CAIRO CITY ROOK RINDERY
JOIIX II. OBEItLY A CO.,
I'KOI'KUIOCS,
Rulletin Ruiluin!, comer of 12th
street and Washington avenue,
Cairo, llllinos. .
Allliinda of Binding and Ruling don at th
rcry lowest prices. Having encased tho aerri.
cea or Sir. lltiei, who na nnu niauj ,
experience In ,ne of bet Hlnderlea of bt. Loun,
tidently promise our patrons worn equal to ttut
of aay llindery In tho west.
WI.M.S A.MIII.IO.HOIU.
WMrfirSciiUTTER,
Importer nutl Wholesale Dealer Iss
WINES, LIQUORS,
TOBACCO Ac CIO-AR3.
Agent for tlio best branda of
1 CREAM AND STOCK ALB,
Imiorsl Alea of maereat Ul4a.
75 Ohio Levee,
tt , CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
F. M. 8TOCKFLETH,
iccctnoa roaii a ST0cari.ua
Reelirrer mid WtaoUaale Dealer 1st
.foreign and Dosucatle
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 02 Ohio Lkvii,
, , OAttO, ,lLL!NOI9.
TIE keeps on hand conaUntly a full itort O
H Old Kentucky llourbon, Kye aud Mononaa
lWld.kle.' French Urandf... llollaud ola,
Khiae and California Wlut . li,wu
V BaHBaBaBhk
ORGAN COMPANY'S
O C3- A. nsr s
Grand Combination Organs
Fitted with th. L.wly InrenLd
crlkaw ratcsat allfylBt; Tuht,
Aa InTeatien harinf a mott Irapertant bearing oa the
folur. rtpuution of Reed Inairumtati, by maaa pf
which th. quaolity of solU'ii. of ton la ry Urjely
lncr.aiea, and the quality ol Un. rr.d.rd.
Equal to that of the best Pip Organs of the
sam capacity.
Our t.Ubratait "Vol Celeale." "Lout. Pattat,"
"Vox Hutnkaa," "Wilcox Patent" Octato complale.
Th. chartntog "C.lln," or "Clarint t" atop, aat
All tho Lato Improvements
san b obtained oidv in Ih.ie Orgaa..
EVERT IN8T8UMENT W'ARIUXTED.
Churh : New and elenat deilana ! The bad
ana volume of tone unequaled.
to $500.
AOENTH WANTKD IN EVKHY COUNTY.
C'LOTJGH ORGAN CO , Dotroit, Mich.
JOHN H. CANNON A CO.,
Hntceasora tn 1!.
(i. TUTTI.K Co., Wholesale
Peaien In
MILLINERY GOODS,
S3 N. rrtk dtrewt,
Cor. Ut. CharltR,
ST. LOUI8,
Bpmialalleatlea giTtn lo rdra, and aattafa-
l u tunanteed. 2 14,d2m
HALLIDAY BROTHER
GENERAL AGENTS
FORWARDING and COMMIS810
KRCVANTB
OBEfBRAt. AOBIfTm.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
Uf
etUa Rivar aal Uaiaawka
SJLIjT COC3PjrV3STI0H3
f t
70 Ohio Lsvee,
CAIRO. ILLINOI
COAL.
COAL 1 COAL I COAL!
JAMES ROSS,
naiua tx
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
COAL'
Commercial-aT., Foot of KiovoDth-ti.
All Coal carefully weighed at th yant ou Fair
Dank' acale.
VCLL WIIOUT WABIUNTaO.
Coal daltTer.d on the shortest notice in any
part et the ci.y, either by tfeu half ton, Un or ear
jojuJ
Leaf ordr at theffl on OominerclabaT.a
b fotof Elaseoth street. noTied-bm.
BOOTH AHB HHOEM.
WILLIAM EHLERS,
raahlosabl
BOOT AND SHOE KAKXR,
TWlKTIBTH ITMIT,
tJ.lw.ca WMhlnutoa Tnu tail Poplar
OAXW, Itt.
UooU tad Bane Mad to Order.
Flae'WprkutD Employ.
tlilacUoa 'rVarraated.
DRY UOODK.
VMil-WINTKR. 72
LARGE STOCK.
BUOWN SnEKTINQS,
PRINTS,
TIC3CI3SrCrS.
CHECKS,
1!SD
STRIPES,
KENTUCKY JKAN, KXTRA,
0ASSIMKR8,
BLACK ALPACAS
LUSTERS,
GIOSHAIN SILKS, -
POPLIXH.
LARGE STOCK OF CARKTINO
OIL CLOTHS,
MATT1MC1,
Window Hhad.i,
Ol LT HANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACE
DAMAHKH.
Ula EntlreiNtoek Xow Cloalnsy Oat
AT
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORKER 8tll RT., AND COM M KRCI A L-A V.,
Cairo, Illinois.
aeptltf
RAILROAD".
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Loin, Louisville, Cincinnati, Cm-
caoo, rtrvr xork, uoston,
AXD ALL
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Paasaogar trains arrire at and lear Cairo aa fol
lows! mail. axraass.
Aaairr SitSa.m ... ItOO p.m.
fjaraar 41(10 a.ra - Sits a.m.
Both trains connect at Centralia with train on tb
mi
Pana. Deeatur, Bloominglcn, El Paen, La Halle,
jiandota, a reepori, uairna, i'uuuiu, iuiu
all points in Illinois, Misvoun,
If Jaaeaoc, wtfonttn and
, Iowa. And with
Lines running Fast and West tor
St. Louis, HpnnKtield, LouisTille,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Columbus.
And at Chicago with Michigan Central, MIcblRan
aouin.rn, ana xiuiMirK. rorv umjum
and Chicago Kallroads lor
Detroit, CleTelaud, Dunkirk.
Albany, Huston, Philadelphia,
Niagra Falls, Erie. Uutlalo,
.S.w Tork, I'ittaburR, Ualtimore,
Washington.
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On aud ftr Monday, April 24th, 1871, trains Wll
rua aa ioiiowbi
NORTHERN DIVISION.
reams ooiaa aortaiAJT.
nail. Eznreaa
far Virginia 6:i)a.m ... i:.U p.m.
" npriDKovm.
Taslorrlll 10:52 4:W1 "
ArrlT al fan 11:46 m 0:11
laAiateoiao aoarawaar.
Kxprcsa Mall.
Lear Pana ,.4.(i0a,m - J:Sop.m
' Tavlorfilie ..4:4 4:a "
ArrlT at Hprlng(lld...6l " C.iM "
Lat apsingneiu .dim :
Ar:lTaf Virginia " 8:1
HOUTIIEKN IHVIBIO.N.
TatlNS OOIN SOUTHKAST.
Leave Edf ewood.... 6:3d a.m. tU:10 a.m
i nora - :!S " .'. 11:40 "
Arnre at bliawne etown3:Mp m Mi p.ra
TBAIkS OUINQ KoatuwrsT.
Leave Shawneetown o:t.t a.m t.20p.m
M ITInr 1M " 7:U0"
IMinn.l 4:. SO
o:.u
Ttie o:ju a.m. train irom r.uK.wuuu, iuup uuij
Mendaya, W.dneadayaand Fridays, and 6;Ua.m.
train from Uhawneetown on Tueadaya, Thura
daya and (Saturdays.
Conaects at Ashland with Jacksonville division
ot Chicago and Alton Ilsilroad. for Jackaonville,
l'.l.rsburg, Mason City, n nd all oolnta west.
At HpringAeld, with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad, tor
Bloomlngton, Chicago, and nil points north,nort h-
vji.t inir,l.
At Pane with Ind. and St. I.ouls, and Illinois
Central Railroad for all points east, south and
southeast.
At Kdgewood with Chicago Dlrlslou Illinois
Central Railroad. , ,
At Flora, with Ohio and Mlrslsslppi Ra; road.
AtHhawneetonn, with steamtmaia for Clncln.
i n..li.nuk r-dlrn nH HI. r.nuiH.
" ' OBLAND SMITH. O.n'lflup'l.
Jnaa Fmjitt. Oen'l Kr'ut and Ticket Aa'l.
WUOLEHALr. VHOCEKB.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
MsM..s f
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO LKYIK
c mo. iiLiNon.
Also. kp oonstanlly on hand a moetcom;
plate atook of
CCTCR AND IRItn TfUUKI"
-O I N H,
l'or Vderi,flborrrr.rid CatawUWinei
RUMTTB CO. !! exclusWely far cub, te
whleh fact they Invite tb eapeelai atteo
iioa l ls bargain buy.ra.
Bf4tdattntionfvm uniting Ordtrt,
inn CM.
BARCLAY BROS.
OHIO i.r.vr.F.
Cauo, Ins
BAItA.TOOA SPRINGS
wrtu lust)
AT lunexATs' nnuo rtoiik.
Frmb rmt, r)AllT
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
tti. arafti roa csa sriynot'i taorna
At BarclatrV
J K L M R O I. I) g
GRAPE ("CATAWiiA ) ' f oratk ) PILl.S
i CATAW11A I.J OKAl'R
GRAPE I catawiia ) 1 1 orapk i PILLS
a.oo ti or
iiEf.Mitoi.n'N Mi:iici.vi:f
FRKHH FROM FIRftT HAKM,
Always in stock In large supply, and for sal by
j
Darclay Ilroa.
JTJ8T RICXIYID
AXD
or Rails by thetilnan Folllr or Cnllnn
AT BARCLAYS'.
Extra Fine Coloonej
'Genuine Imported Extracts;
f Hair, Tooth and Nail BRCsnKH
rlNDIA RURBKR N'DRflERY G007
AT
.BA.iaCjjA.Tr BEOS.
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCn ZINC.
Best grades in arge stock and Ta
rts ty, very cheap;
auo:
Full Link or Colour,
pax aid in oil;
Paint Brushes, Linseed Oil,
Whltewasb'PMahf Turpentine,
Varnishes Etc. etc.,
ALL KINDS AMD STANDARD QrALITWS
At Barclays'.
l'ARKER & BLAKE,
ntAirnatx
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Patty, Ilenalnc, Gnollae,
WIK'DO'W GLASS.
WINDOW SIIADK8,
And the celebrated illuminating
AURORA OIL.
jinosft' nuiLDiNa, con. Hth-st. a com
51EIICIAL-AV.,
OAiuo,t Illinois.
augSUtf
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION.
........ I A Private Counaeloi
MARRIAGK to the Married or
-.Trrnt. these aboutto marry
GUIJM'.. on the physiologic,
mysterlesnnd revelatlona of the aexual evalern
wiih the latest dlscoveriea In producing and prtv-ve-tlng
ottsprlng. ireervlng thecmplexioti,c.
I'liis la an intvreating work of t o hundred and
Iwmty Kur pauea, with numerous engravinra,
HQii contains valuable information for those who
am married or contemplate m.irrlnxel still It is a
Uiok t.iat ouahl to bo under lock and key, and not
lata careleesly about the bouse.
Ment to any one (tiee of pi.staf e) for M cent.
Address Pr. Butts' Dispensary, No. 13,
Eighth atreet, St. Louis, Mo.
tlolleo to the Afflict eil anil Unfortunate.
HeUre applying io me nuiunu... r
Iverilse iu ti.e publlo papers or using any Wnack
un. . . ii.lt,. irn.U. no mnltAr
reined es. peruse Dr. nuiw
what your dW l or how deplorable your coo-
D?. Illitts csn be consulted, personally or at
mall on he di.ae.es mentioned in his work..
offlre.1? W NtEleW" ""' h'U
Chestunl tft Louis Mo. tnvdwl
rVRN ANI 1IIDKJI.
II, LEVY & CO.,
BCtt.IRS 1
HIDES AND FURS,
WOOL, FEATUEHa, ETC.
93 OHIU.iiJU v Jktijaus
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