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I HE CAlltO DA J LY UULLETllS, FRIDAY, AiAROli 1, 1872.
JUIl.Ml OIIKflLt, Kdilol and I'uMim i.
1'kwat Mokninq, March 1, 1871.
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per published in Si'Hl" (lli"l.
Tin: ,Slinficci"'i Mercury alo
come.4 t) in ow enlarged
ibrn. The Mercury is a radical paper,
cren to the extent of supporting Grant
for re-election, but notwithstanding this
is a good news and family journal,
edited with caro and ability.
We bavo received the Metropolis
Timet in a new dress. The JYmrs, is a
sterling democratic paper, one of the
best of our country exchanges, and we
are glad to fee tbis evidence of pros
perity on the part of our friend Mc
Banc. TlIE Missouri Democrat says the
honor of first nominating Grant for the
presidency belongs to tho Hon. Ben
Eglestjn of Cincinnati, and not to
Fotney, as is generally believed. Then
why under heaven hasn't Grant given
the Hon. Hon an appointment?
Horace uheei.ky assertou some
time since that the trouble with Grant
is that his family is too large. Some
of the member of his cabinet appear to
he afflicted in the same way. Post
master Crcswell, it appears, has a cousin
in Philadelphia who recently became a
benefactor to the public by patenting a
family letter-box. Of coime, having
taken out a patent for it he wants to
eell it, and his convenient family rcla
lation, tho postmaster-general, is going
to assist him to the best of his ability.
Creswcll has informed tho letter-car
ricrs of Philadelphia that they need
only wait half-a-mimitc to deliver let
ters to citizens if the carriers aro not
relieved of their letters in that spaco of
time, they shall cro on their way. Of
course citizens will prefer to provide
themselves with the patent letter-box,
and the cousin ot CreawcU will feci
that it is good to be related to u mem
ber of Grant's cabinet.
It is AMtrsi.vn to note the comments
of the radical administration journals
on tlio recent cour.-e of Senator Sehurz.
Before he raised his voice against the
plundering speculations, tho rings, the
general mal-nduunistration of the gov
ernment under radical rule, he was re
garded as a giant among tho public
men of the country, and every ut
terance of hi was pointed to with
pride by his party. But now
that he has enlisted his great abil
ities in a crusade against Grant, and tho
follies and crimes of his administration,
radical newspapers, great and small, are
united in tlio attempt to bo-little his
efforts. They hasten to inform the
country that h'mcoursc excites their con
tempt, that his speeches in thu snnato
ore mere twaddle, etc., etc. It is true,
no doubt, that Schurz's present politi
cal attitude has excited the deepest
anger amongs .Grant's supporters
throughout the country, and that his
earnest denunciation of the crying evils
of the administration will fall powerless
on tho cars of the army of office-holders
under the president, but it is too late to
underrate .Sehurz's power in the senate,
and the influence of hN position before
the masses. Honest rupubliean jour
nals know the futility of such efforts,
and scorn to engage in them. The
New York Juaiiuy Pott, a republican
newspaper, gives tho following candid
and (jraphie sketch of Sehurz and hi
As nn orator, If not as a ttutosrnaii,
Scuurx towers to far nbovo tils assailants
tbat tlio asuuUs upon him recall Unit Uno
picture of Snyder's in which a splendid
stag is beset by a pack of hounds, w,0
gore his UnU and sometimes inflict a hUo
upon bl, tWnti., but who with every shaku
ortta iioWe bcaa are flung far and wido,
and at every kick .,f l,u indignant i.oola
lie proitrmo on tl1() turf. These hounds
exhibit creat courao and spirit) 1ml what
we admire, after all. U tl o dashinir and
gallant crcalu.ro ho odldalnfullv daMms
aildo their noisy clamor.
sWThe Pennsylvania liuute of retire
entattves hat paiied tlio bill calling a
convenuon w amend tiifj constitution, nf.
tor amending It so as to provide Umt the
election lor delegates bo lield on tbo icc-
ond Tuesday in October next, instead of
the 14tu of Jlay noxt j that thu convention
consist of ono hundred and thirty. three
members, to bo alectcl us statu senators
and representatives aro now elected, In
tead of ninety-nino members, Uilrty-tlirio
of whom are to Be 'apportioned nt-large.
The convention will meet In Hitrrlsburg
the second Tuesday of ADrll.iltwS. instead
of the second Tuesday in June, 1871', ,Thc
Lancaster Kpr, ,ny, xiat JtVouid bo
preieraoio w nax, a0 dMtM elected , at
a.pecUl election, tlmtUere could bo
no trading of votes far HUlfJl, offl
that the convention ouKlV to u ,
Md ihonM be held earlier, fc0r'
ff?r'l " Unwn ilnii . I'll'y
Surlirir" t "",,r,y lRle tj 'rir of JK n-
,., ,,iiilil b"l'orn thi-'Kaliuait Inveillgit
uiiiiiiilui! tliHt the cotihty trcaturcr
0( Lttxrit '.vuriu county ioiu iii(n iiihv lu
ll m) ipi-nt twenty tlwuiand d.llnrs cwdi
ftir the ilwtion of Somitor Ciildwoll.nn llm
nrnmltn nf lllp lultwr to rpciltlinWISO III"''
Also, that Frank Drennlj; of Wnthena, mi-othurnicn.l-rof
tlio ring, told lilin ho had
paid two ihiMKind dollars to tho county
treanur.tr of .w-iwlm co.mty for two vote,
of tlut county, mid that lio whs asked by
ono of CM rln,' l roll.'Ct onn tboui
nd dollar from a member in Southern
Kansas, who had failed to volo ns In lind
BS.Tlic same steamer wlili Ii hr'ntts'it
tlio .lapanesi) nnihiny to San hmnoijjro
hroucht alo atuiit ono linmlrvd oi" llii lr
countrymen, Hie greater part of whom
worn young me', who Intona r.m urnnij
in tlii conn try to la uluciit u I n
JmitmnofecIrN, who camo nl thu mime
time, It Is tuid, aro to bo placed for tonio
tnontlii In various families living in
Georgotown, I). C, under tho gonerul pro
tection of Mr. Cburlcs Lanmar, the Am
erican Socrotury of tho embtsy. Tho
members of tho embassy intend, If pos
sible, to leave Suit Lake C'ly'.o morrow
for tho caster.i states.
arTho "Washington Chronicle, a few
days ago, publlsnod an artlclo In which It
assorted that It was not jut to construo
Colonel Forney's resignation as Indicating
hostility to President Grant. It con
clude.', however, that Colonel Forney docs
not propose to mako wnr on those whoop
poso tho president's rc-nomlnatlon. To
all this discussion Mid attempted concilia
tion, tho Cincinnati Enquirer responds:
Wo suspect il U but a hollow truce which
is sounded, and that tho blast of war will
limn tin lilnW!!.'1
BQXT. Tilton thus accounts for Col.
Forncv's resignation : " Whon a politi
cian as cool, clear-headed and as astute us
Colonel Forney resigns an ofllco ns impor
tant as the Philadelphia coUcclorship, tho
act has political slgntBcanco which Is wor
thy of consideration. Undoubtedly Col.
Forney docs not control public opinion In
Pennsylvania, but if vanes do not mako
tho wind thny show protty clearly which
way it blows. And Gen. Grant need not
look twice to see that ho will encounter a
strong ion Nnd In tho Kcystono state."
ncrjuThc Very ltuvurend Honry Hono.
diet Caskuy, vicar general and administra
tor of tho Arch Diocese, of Baltimore,
died Sunday evening, at tho Arch Episco
pal residence, of pneumonia, nftcr an ill
ness of several weeks, In tbo 04th year of
his ago. Deceased was a natlvo of Fred
crick county, Maryland, and has been
vicar general of tho Arch Diocese, of
llaltimore since 1849. In 1854 ho declined
tlio appointment by tho popo of bishop
of Portland, Maine
J-Tlio Cincinnati Commercial says of
ono ot tho liberal republican loaders:
"Judgo llrlnkerhoff Is well-known
thtoiu;hout tho stato us ono of our nlilcst
and purest men, who, for 11 f teen years
was eminent as ono of tlio judges of our su
preme court, nnd, during tho last flvo
ycart, before Jim voluntary rolremocf, It
EfcxTGovurnor (Haldwin has called Jan
oxtru session of the Michigan legislature,
to meet March 1ft, for tho purpose o( re
disricting tho stato in nine Congressional
districts, under tho new apportionment
bill recently passed by Congress. Some
other business will probably bo laid bc
foro tho legislature by tho Govornor In his
special nieMiige, but tho length of tho ses
sion will probably bo but about a fortnight.
Bgx.Tho Springfield Jlejuiblican wants
tho public to "dand up nnd look at Chas.
Sumner, Lyman Trumbull, .T. D. Cox,
Henry N llon, Schuyler Colfax, Thcodoro
Woolsoy, James G. lllaine, Joseph It
Hnwley, (lenrgu S. Umuwell, Judgo Davis
and .lames K. Wilson, and see If tbuy will
do to compnru with tbncrttl Grant its
caudidato for priMdent.
EPTA. Tho Cincinnati Commercial docs
not like the attempt of tho republican com
inittee of Ohio to forestall tho action oftl
convention by nominating Mr. William
Dennison for vico-presiden'. It thinks
they intended to mako tho convention on
tho'J7th of .March a mero ratification meet
Kiyltls report-id that the ox-prlnco
imperial of France will visit tho United
States next summer, and perhaps bo ac
com pa tiled by Princo Napoleon. Ho is
now sixteen years of nge, und is said to
speak llvo languages fluently. Tho Em
press Eugenid i writing up bcr tour
tiirougli Spain, which will be edited by
B3). A LqiiUvIIi'u lady who wanted to
marry another man, but couldn't wait for
n divorce, sent her husband down tho col
lar with a knroenti lamp for a pitcher of
elder. When ho got tho elder drawn,
the yelled " murder, '' ho dropped tbo
lamp, and sha was a bewitching young
teir Tlio Omaha Tribune denounces the
movement ot v, legislature, in ussombling
against the wl., 0r ti1D
think, that un .uu.,,,Uvm b(J mi((o t0 f0.
movo uovcrnor jatnm, unii , , . ,
David llutlr governor, Ulll, wnJ .
jieucu irom me otllcu last ,
ruptlon. ' ' ' ,nr cor-
Bi.Mr. Thomus Fitch made lupcecVu,
the Utah Constitutional Convention 'rim..
day. In which ho said that tho onlv hope
ol tho Mormon people wus In the admls
Ion of Utah as n stato. Hut ho denounc
ed polygamy, and said that ihoy must
renounce it. '
terTho agitation of the onestlon of
coenp ming lias.produccd nn opittlo from
a l'lttKburgher, who asserts that ho hits
lived luxurously ln an aristocratic nu.rt..r
?1 SCO out of which ho ba, laiJ Mp ' '
..Srlt l reported that tho tumbler
Luko P.dden, who killed Mr. Ed Iturr nt
Fort Plckorlng Garden eomo months
inr., Is rlylnp; In the connt.v Jail from p0n.
simpilot). The wy o' ttto tranI;res.or
1? not ii path r;vii with flowjiri.
C?5uTho riilladolitiU'' Oollectoislilp If
troubling alio . politlufitns, hey Mre
swMr'niing at WhihtngC Vi 'to Tecoinmcnd
dilTerent fnvorllei. It is saldtht, for tho
lenefltof the Cameron ring the civil ser
vice rules will bo "suspended" until tho
offlco Is fUlid.
Iffir-Tho Chicago people do nottako
kindly to Senator Kerry's proposition to
npproprialo four millions of dollars for
their use Instead of allowing them to im
port lumber for Tebtilldlng their city frco
of duty. They cull it " Ferry's girt enter
prle.'' tSf Judgn It. II, C.irpentcr, formerly a
leading Itepublicati of South Carolifta, Is
ongqed to canvass Nuw IIaiii)hiro for
the democrats He is mi able man, and is
expected to influence the liberal republi
1ST Thore aro rumors that tho Great
Eastern is to bo bought by tho Hamburg
American steam lino and will bo used to
bring emigrant from Germany to tho
Mrs. Mary Mead Hardlo died In
Talladega, Ala., on tho 18lh, aged flfty-
nlne. Uer soven sons arc soven oldcrs In
tho Presbyterian church.
Two young men havo applied for
admission to Vasiar college. Tho girls
ihlnkltn good joke and so do tho boys
t8T Tho negro who turns white periodi
cally is now a citizen ot Cbarloston, S. 0.
He has been at it for tho last twenty years.
BJay Kx-Govcrnor Henry A. "Wlso Is
going north to lecturo on "Tlio Physical
Geography of tho United Statoe."
tfiyTlio Grand Duko Alexis and suite
arrived nt Havauna nt noon Tucsdav. A
taluto of wclcomo wos flrcd.
Yung 'Wing, a Chinamen who gradua
ted nt Yalo in 1851, writes that ho will
bring thirty of his countrymen to that
Mary Harris, who shot Burroughs
of tho treasury department, Washinglon
some, years ago, has becomo a raving ma
Tho spMkcr of tho house of represen
tatives in the stato of Louisiana, '.atoly
said that tbo condition of that bodv was n
scandal to legislation.
Mayor Hall, of New York, is being
tried for neglect of duty in office. If all
who wero guilty of that offense were pun
Ishcd, jails would overflow.
Tho prospect Is that the apportion
mont for members of congress in Kansa
will havo logo ovor. Tho aspirants for a
.scat in congress cannot agree.
Tho European government are look
Ingnffer tho Internationals. Tho crowned
heads aro ovidontly afraid of abaso follews
who unlto for common defense.
Of tho thirty-seven Mates and terri
tories, all but ten have appointed their
ooinmiufonor to.tJio eonlonnM of our In-
dependonco at Philadelphia, In 1870.
As wo predicted long ago, tho Span
ish crown weighs' heavily upon tho brow
of King Amadous. Tbero Is ono consola
tion for him it will probably not oppress
him, long. '
Tho largest winner on tho American
turf, last season, wan Col. McDanio), who
heads tho list with over 50,000, tho result
of thirty-soven successful races. Ho is a
North Caiolinian, nnd owner of tho cele
brated horse, narry ltnsse'.t.
It is said tho attorney general, who
was a mombor of tho joint high commis
slon, recol'ects that every point to whlrh
England objects, was covered by tho
treaty of Washington and was to bo ftibmit
ted to tho general conference.
Tlio Chicago Times gives about ten
columns about tho Japanese cmbatty now
in this country, written In tho truo fawn
ing stylo of tho courtier, than which there
is nothing In tho artlclo moro striking, ex
copt tho self-laudatlon that always appears
in that paper.
The Chicago relief comm Ittcc sent to
Washington for tho purpose of taking oil'
tho tariff from articlos used In that city,
nave neon beforo tbo committee to whom
the matter was roforreJ, and bored them
to their heart'j content.
A good thing is told of Crcswell, he-
postmaster general. Ho has just Issued a
. . .. i i I.... .
jTuuiHiiiaiion loroiuuing letter carriers
from putting lottors under door, und sug
gesting Unit peoplo ought to get letter
boxes. CrMWcll's cousin has imtentod
such n letter box, and Crcswell is half
owner of tho putout.
A. II.' Uurloy Is comptroller of tho
city of Chicago. Ho also, after a fashion,
represents a part of Cook county in tho
gcnoral assembly. Yet tho constitution of
our stato says that "no person holding anv
lucrative otlico under tho United States or
ot this state, blmll have a teat In tho gen
A modorn fashlonablo wedding is do-
tlnod to bo a grand crisis of clothes j tho
"brldo" a peg on which finery of all
kinds U hung; tho " bridegroom, a sober
black object following tlio bride, of no
account in -particular, and "yet without
whom there would ,,baj)oliusnd tho. fun
could not go on. "
Bchurz, when ho speaks wears
hull in a llttln r ."T" "l Yio- Wood-
The publlo vaccinator, of ii,rtfotl,
Conn hayo operated updn ldoo children
and fqn adults, nt a co.t to- the town of
Tim wn.L,nnn J ., .
,.w.,..v.. v...JimJruu, in.i(ie oxen
ration on th Detroit rlror tunnel, throw
oir their coats nnd vests and enjoy njiuio
A My of Now Albany, Ind., while
t-;ivliiig in Germany, w betrothed to n
German baron, and a grand wedding Is in
prospect at tlm l-ome of the lady on
- It is staled Unit Henry Itcod, recent
ly of the Chicago ltepiiblican, has formed
a partnership with Don Piatt, and will
become associato editor of the 'Capital.'
A Now Albany brldo waked up In
tho nlgbt, forgetting sho was married, and
aroused tho neighborhood with a rapid
succession of shrieks. She mistook John
for a burglar.
Squire Taliaferro, the distinguished col
ored statesman of Lynchburg, V., has
waived public honors, and gone to work
on the Lynchburg and Louisvlllo railroad
for one dollar per day.
CharltK Dickon Jr., writes to Mr
Alpine, of tho New York Associated
Pres, to thank Jilm for tho cpy of tho
Mohawk Valley 'Register' containing Mr.
Elliott's graceful poetic tribute to his
Tho Mormon sisters in Ephraim,
Utah,put aldo all eggt laid by their chick
ens on Sundays, toward tho subscription
to assist the poor to emigrate from tbo na
tion tho coming year. The brothers gave
in cash $2,000 and ten head of cattle.
Tho death Is announced of Miss Julia
Trelawnoy Leigh Hunt, the surviving
daughter of Leigh Hunt. Tho deceased
lady had for a long time been suffering
from a sovoro form of phthisis, and diod at
Hammersmith, near London, February
A Now York Sun correspondent lays
" it is true that a bargain has been made
with Fornoy. What ho want is to bo
elected United Statos senator to succeed
Cameron, and that wily old fox has agreed
that he will stand asidu on the expiration
of his prciont term, and allow Fornoy to
FIRE AND MARINE
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NKW XNOLANI) MUTUAL, LITIS,
At, over .,WJ,000
ANCIIOW) FIKK AND MARINE
Of St. Louis.
Solicits all kinds ot risks.
oc!27tf Agent, Cairo. Illinois.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. 1'. II AM. 1 DAY, Treiiden
11 KS II Y Ii. II AI. I.IDA V, Vice Pr tot;
A. II.SAFFOIIU, Canhler;
WAI.TF.lt HYBLOP, Aaslatant Cashier.
Stiats Taylos, Konrar II. CcxHixonAM,
IltSKT I,. lUlllI.AT, W. I'. HlLllDAT,
lir.u. 1). Wiluamiox, 8icrnt Ilias
A. R. Sai ruao.
ExebniiRe, Coin nnd I n I ted Htsilca
Bond llouclit and Notrt.
rF,P03ITS) rfeolred, and a general banklnn
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
KOHKRT W. MILLER. Vice-President;
C. N. iilJDIIKS, CaMilar.
COLLECTIONS PKOMPTLY MADE
1.1XCIIAMJK, coin, bank notes and Unile:
U Utales securities boUKht and sold,
Inlereml Allowed on Time Urponll.
rimrlcred Mnrcli 31, 18(19.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, OAIKO
A. I). 9AFFORI). Preaident i
8. S. TAYLOU, Vice-Preside nt ;
W. IIVULWP, ttocrctarr anit Treasurer.
P. W. IlAllCLAT,
F, M. HTOCKFLKtH,
tt M, CrNMhdllAU.
W. 1'. JIallidaV,
3, M. Pnimrs
TeaCenU UiHrlH. rM"M
IN1KKKST paid on deposit, at the rale ol an
1 percent, per annum, March ,tand Nentrin
oer Ul. nteru.t not withdrawn la r dded I m.
K'rinK Ihem compouud iutereht. i"r
UARRIKI) WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY' '
SO THAT K0 ONr. rut CADBAW IT.
.rf''un.'v,V'5r bu"ln" 'ly from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
auiotl W.HYSI.OP, Treasurer.
H. M. IIULKN,
GROCER and CONTECTIOIV
Al Dealer Foreign Fruito and Nutj
No. 134 Commorcial-avo.,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
t'otnniertlnl Avennc, oi.r,oilt KlIIo
CLOTHING FOH LADIES' WXAA
Ma.lv to order, or ItescT.Made
IU rrcei?d lull and eumplste stock of loodi,
he uewesl nd completeit in the cllr. As Iro
ntieese Turn ot
UIBBONS, LAOES AND FltlNOKS
he otters ureal mducemtta in h ,.... ...i
nil others to call on her.ezaKiln the tirices, ittlei
nd quality ot her goodsj '
Mrs. Swanoer, hating sold her properly, wtl
nth the whole of these aoods at and Mow coil
ijow ia ma urn 10 purcnat cunstmaa good
IX rrix BLAST
AT HARCLAYS' DBUO STORE.
Farsa crriT, Daiit.
MOUKING BIRD FOOD
all ann roa rn withoit Taorair
jjf. L M n o I, D g
GRAPE ( catawba ) f aRArr ) PILLS
i CATAW1IA t,i ORAI'E
OKAl'E ) PILLS
UKA.rU (. CATAW1IA ) ; ( O
. ... I I t 1 I
ami ill nr
rar.flit from firht nANrs,
Always la stock- In large snpplj, and for aaJ tj
orfiitlitbjr IlirClnka Itottlr orCallon
PStExtra Pikis Coloone;
fQxKuiNE Imported Extracts;
sWHair, Tootu and Nail Rrubiixs
t&lNDIA RuilllER NUR'ERY G007
PURE -WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Best grades In are stock and ra
rlety, ery cheap;
Full Link of Colors,
nai avd in oil;
Paint Brushes, Linseed Oil,
Whitewash P. Mshc Turpentine,
Varnishes Etc. etc.,
ALL HMDS ASD ITANDAID QCAUTUS
CAIRO CITY COAL
'a prepared to supply cuilomer wild the best
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OKOV.m tell at Halllday Ilros. office, TO OHIO
LEVEB,or at the :onl Yard below the St.
..V.'..'""''! wl" reccivn prompt attention.
i'UK TUG." MONTAUK'' will tiring coal alona
side steamer at anv hour. oc24if
BEAL EMTATF. AGENT.
0. WINSTON & (JO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
U (BECOND FLOOK) OHIO LEVEE,
Bur and" Sell Rkal Estati,
FURNISH JABSTRACTSOF TITLE
prapara Cenveyanoesjof Klads.
It It V U it l l s.
71. FALL-WINTER. '72
C. II AN NY.
S T R I P K S,
KENTUCKY JKANH, KXlriA,
LARUE STOCK OF CARKTIN(
Ula EntlrNloek Xow 'lolna; al
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8tII ST., AND COMXIERCIAL-AV.,
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louie, Louisville, Cincinnati, Cm
caoo, New York, Boston,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Passenger trains arme at and leate Cairo as fol
f bbivb 3tl.ta.m ...........liOO p. in
f trABT.M 41UO a.m ........ain a ro
Uoth trains connect at Ontraliawith train on the
Pana. Decatur, lllomnlnitlcii, Kl l'uo, IjHl!e,
llendota, FrrepotJ. (tln, Puburiue, and
all points in Illinois, Stimourl,
Mluneaota, Wisconsin and
Iowa. And with
Unci running Knit and West tor
Si. Louis, HpnnKheld, Loutarille,
Cincinnati, Indlaoapolis, Columbus.
And at Chicago with MicMuan Central. Michigan
Houthern, and IMUIjuk. Kort wax a
and Clncago Kallroada lor
Detroit, Cleieland, Iiunklrlc.
Albany, IloMon, Philadelphia,
.injcra ra.is, r.rie. uiinaio,
.Sew York, Plttuburj!, Ilalllmore.
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN It. R.
On And after Monday. April 21th, mi, trains wil
run .i luuowa i
tbaibs ooiao sorruniT.
i.oare Virginia . GMOa.m .
Arrire at Pana
Leare Pnna... 4:OOa,m J:34o.m
" Tavlorville ..4:S " 4:'2a
Arrire at rjprlnctield.0;ts 11 s.oo
Lea apmiigfield r.:M " 6:10
Arrive at Virginia .:' " 8:14
tbaina aotsu lAf'Tin.BT
LeaTe Kdgewood 6:30 a.m 10:10 a.m
" riora B:ai u-tn
Arrire at bhawneotowr3:1.1p m......... 6:15 p.m
TBAIhfl OOlmi KOBTUWUT,
Leate Shawneetown i:l.'. a.m .. S.tOp.m
Arrlro at Kdiowooil....t:,o S:-20
i' vi a.. ...... ....... 7
Tlio6:3u a.m. train from Kdganood, run onlr
Mondara. Wednesilatiiand Frulava. ami C:H m.
.Bin iiuiii giiawuveiuwa on luesuaja, inura
drra and baturdara.
Oonnecta at Ashland with Jacksonville division
of Chicago and Alion Itillroad. for Jacksonville.
Petersburg, Mason City, b nd all oolnta west.
At BnriUltfleld. Willi CIllpftffA anil A I tn n . anil
toleilu, Waijali and Western KailroaJ, tnr
Illoomlngtnn, Chicago, nnd all polnta north, north
west anil west.
At Pana with Ind. and St. Louis, and Illinois
Central llailroud for all polnta eait, aoulh and
At IXifewood with Chicago Division Illinois
Central Rat road.
At Flora, Willi Ohio aid Mississippi Railroad. I
oujiinntirriii ii, wiin RinnmnniiN mr innnin.
lOII W lTwii n .. 1 t.'A 1 h. "l.a a l .
'"r" I i-i HI HIMI lU'KI'V AK Ii
R. SMYTH & CO.,
OH I O LXYEE
) I HO. ILLINOIS.
Also, keep constantly on hand most 'com
pleta stock of
800TCII AND .IRISH WHI8XIXA,
Port, Madoria, Shorry nnd CstAwba Winei
R11MVTH ft CO. sell exclusively for cash, to
. which fact thev Invite the especial otojn- I
uon oi ciose Dartjain buyers.
Bpeetnl attention given io Filling Ordert
Hatcher acd Dealer 1st all Hinds Preen
COBKIB NlNSTKNTII AN PoriAB 8TBBIT.
OUYH and alauxhtere ojly the Tery.bw etU,
P hogs and sheep, and la prepared w W
thousand pounda. seewtr
IMlOltN, HANII. KTL'I
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT!
13J TENTH BTItEET,
Doom, Mavth, Bllssd. MossMlssga,
Eairent(rrai,(vool) Wlndowassd loo,
rrnsnea, Floorlna;, Lath,
sihlDRleaj, ainaed Kausts, OUbsmI Nld
I.lchta, Jlned Transoms,
Hash Weight, Naali Pnlllea Nad Cordis,
Bllssd raalonlsisrs, RoAHssa;
rail, Rooflns; Oment, Plaalcrlssc
Paper, Carpet Felt, Whit
Lead, Lltssied Oil, Ataerlcats Window
Glass, English nnd French
Plate tJlavas. Pntty, Ulaaler'a Polnta
Newer Pipes Patent Chimneys,
Etc., Etc., Kte.
AGENTS lor Rock River Paper CompitiVi
Uhealhlnir Ffltaail narta Otncnt.
II. W, John's Iniprovi-d Roofing alwavi on
THE DAVIS LOCK STICH
THE OREATEST IMPROVEMENT Or THE AOE
Terms Mo.t Liberal.
Agents wanted for unoccupied teultory. Send
for circular and price list.
Branch ofBce.ei'J North Fonrth Ntreet
b. r. m:wton. Mmtr.
WAGON ' 3fANUFACT6llYT
or Sale nt Wholesale or lieUil
CORNER 32D-STREET AND OHIO LRVEk
J. P. tiAMBLB
NTOVF-S. TI.VWABE, ETC,
A. II A L Ii K Y, '
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringers Toil
Ware, Coal Hods, Kile shovels, Air Oates.
TIN, ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
No. 166 Waghington-avonue,
''Rooflns. (luttarinir. and all Uml. .r l.i.
vOrk done at shortest noilcb. ' tebldif
Ohio Levee : , 0auo, Im.
BPBii rMf nr rmtii