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tfU'lIAULES IIOTB .
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e easts 010 livts etooasi tt.,
lir Out j nrf'Shu'Route in the City
fDiwnii')M hi 'nl from fi Pel o
DISSOLUTION OK COPAUTNKK
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hn.sfter be i-arri,! on mc n d-o
eon-fall th- debt, d -.-..nJ rrJJrvllCl IIU-Ol.
CT tit to inl.l .tnrih
IHtortCal.o. .11. rV-.tf. 'I't.u.uu. KUE.
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JUllMl 1'IIKHL.r, lv.JlWr.iHl PdMi-niT.
"WrDSODAT Mubnixo, March 6, ldi
Vyit.k i(tif tiftsi""fvl uM.'flfsv
Cluru; tilt oiun imii Mat d'ulit In Soitktrii IllhwU,
artJt-atakt ftJiin'ii iH"it, M cjcfW uut
,nrkti m all e-Jyecfs v Wtmt'.lo tht pvV.it!
Kttkalafrtanlixam9 rlrriu'ttlon, tht Built
in nlullt On pitvnttt ul lultldgtut rm.'tn aivt
tttrpru3 butimtu rimi
Tlia tr Tilt 1A1LT Ill'Ltimt
().. week, by crrltr, ........... 23
inevesrl-y i-.rner, In advance 10 00
i'.. i.unin by l.lll,............. T.i
Th-ri trootln .fJ sa
8 I inmlhi, ......... ................. 4 g.)
i Tfr, I co
TIIK DOLLJ.lt 'WJCEKLr UtlLLBTtS.
John II. Otflr Co. no rriluced Hit ut-rerli-'ion
pneo if llw IVrrtl Ualro llullriln t
Ou lUbu per un, mk1mf t Ine chtj.t p
jflnWI-hfl intoiiihfrn lll)nol.
O.v the 14th of this month, the
brewers, liquor dealers nnd nil opposed
to the new temperance law, will hold a
meeting iu SpringGold to take measur
es for the repeal of the law. Where
are the temperance men?
A bill has been introduced in the
New York legislature to abolish the
"pretty waiter girl" system, the do
ing away of whiclij it U believed, will
also end omc oft he crimes and follies
of the great metropolis.
Sf.ciietarv SewaM) has been inter
viewed on the Alabama question, and
exprcs-c3 the opiuion that the fettle
meat of the difficulties will be the
work of a future generation, nud
that no tcrious difficulty between the
two countries will ever suit from them.
The Ix.li.vois legislature count three
working days iu a week The members
adjouru on Friday, go home on
Saturday and return on -Monday or
Tuesday. From the experience of
this winter, a home- fiek legislature is
not the bc-t for the business of the
WooniiL'LL .t.vri C'L.tFLi.N's 'Week
ly' objecls to the labor reform ticket,
on the ground that neither of tho gen
tlemen on it nnderrttands anything about
labor, about tho "money plank" in the
platform nor about political economy
Now if Mrs. Woodhull will make it
public that Judge Davis knows tuo law,
and that Gov. ParKer ucver read the con
stitution of the United States, the people
will be convinced tbntsho knows all
It would ho a gratification to the
public to know if there is any "iing"or
Mpccuiation by which money has been
made out of the covernment. in which'
Grant or eoino oue or more members of
the administration are not interested.
There is Boutwel! with his "syndicate"
Crcswell with his patent letter-box and
other schemes fur makiug money, af
lorded by his position, Houtwefl, the
evidence ofwho-e f'raudi aguinst tho
government aro becoming overwhelming
andconchi ive. and Grant himself, who
in addition to his Seneca Hone specula
tion is also believed to hold about thirty
thouiaud dollera in the Alaska Com
wercial company" which has a le'aM.
of the toil fitherie f that portion of
our pohfious. Now Grant ha n
Pod right to own
tUttt, tlnusand dollars in the
"""" -omwercial comnanv" an
one, has Wit mW da
his reOUtiltinnu nrni.'..U... .
, . ...votucm 111 hn II. .1
ed States that the company wV,
is a stockholder has been turuei jui0 .
irrtnr..,e it i t . ?,' "
territory of AlaAa in its own interests
uuu iii sucu a manner mat u lieu its lease I
expires, jvhat now constitutes the one of 1
greatest sources cf the wealth of .the
tcrrtory will he comparatively
worthless. ''The 'company' a a
tt w pnllrit ' (.i , At,.t.t'..
letter, "is Maying wiN and
other fur bearing uniniuU K'gardleis of
sex or condition and when tlio lcate
expires such animals will he well nigh
exterminated." Grant may lie lionet
and ignorant of Ihp. Juttwladgc of the
advantage taken of the government bv
tho Alaska ring, but the fact that twen
ty five exquitite sablo skins each, worth
one hundrUl doilaVin gold, haVlweu
eut by the company totho ladies of
the white house excited the disagreea
ble impress',.),, that there .wmelhing
rotten in Denmark.
Aquiet iieb;rijim vh0
Pl .bed, after years of ..tfSBV Dxpostu
latioo, ft very important and acwpublu
rcforn. H has succeed In having eiclu.j
' d til! . i !on .f Willi t' irt'l S'-r.
eiter'i illi-t'"iarie, liiTcit-Mt iii.h I-iih1.
' i Insnl C nhjtut Uslllnliyii, ' Ju
. u. to cnuien; lo'cbeit." v
TV latusi stvlo'of weiWIng tour Is
'.our around tt.i world, whk-h con now
be. accomplished In n lew montli, and '
oraethlnit for a couple lo biast or an mo
ffitnf Vij-ir Axt.
ffir A voiinif nr.J" fiilnt'J wy at J,Gr
,.,ii,.n fw-mtr. bv discovering thai she
bud lost tb ii-ndatt of her diamond -neck
lace on her y frotn tbecluy-oh to tlio
Apache outrages in Arizona continue.
.ludge Prlmm, of the St. luriU critn-
inn court urn donnoJ tbc b!nek j;ihvii.
, Tbe wife of ii-(Jiivornor ItriiiiilfU",
uf Kentucky, dld yestenluy.
Th Uiilun P.iclfie rullrjud I' till
hlockiide.i btw..in Clinyennc mid Hfins
Mr. A. C. Dowkil hm lii'vii nr.eilnl
uhargvd with tiring tbo yigiwin-j If uc,
Mrs. Isabella Hooker IWeber and
others wlli nttinipt to vcte at the next
election In Hartford, Conn.
The 35th anniversary of the New Or
leans volunteer Are department was cele
Senator Morton Is In Jndlanapolli.
Wm, Sheet, and old cltlwx, died Mon
J'ere Ifyacinlho delivered an addrois
Mt a I'rutcstant me'tlni;in Komo last night
on tlio diil'uiloii of tbo iiible.
liobcrt Wnrd, of A'edina, broken
through ihi; Ice In tlio Gmrn river, i.eur
IncUion, Mich,, and was drowned.
Kx-l'rusldout Johns, of the Western
(Delaware) railroad, has been sentenced
to a jcur's Imprisonment' and 10,000 flno
for stealing tho company's lands.
Sixteen murders and three hundred
robberies have been committed by tliu low-
cry cung in North Carolina. Their leader
can neither read nor write
Copies of the American case In full,
m submitted to tho (lenera board of Ar
bitration, will be distributed in both houses
of tho British parliament, Saturday.
Near Middletown, ono of tho Erie
freight trains ran Into tho rear of anotht-r
train and set Ore to the caboose and a car
loaded with flour, consuming both. The
lo!S is about $1,000.
The comb factory of tho Union Comb
company, at Leominster Center, Mass.
employing nearly 160 hands, was totally
(llstrnycd iy Hire on .Saturday night. Tho
lo is $100,000.
On Sunday, tho stable of Col. Hutch-
in, in Tippecanoe, Ind., was burned, to
gether with two horses and feed. Total
los, 9,000; insured In thoEtna, of Hurt
ford, for $2,000. It was the work of an
A St. Loui.ian has lost faith In tho
doctors been it so thorlly after bcini? vac
cinated he was bitten by a mad dog.
An oil rennery is to bo established at
Unalnska, on tho Aleutian Voniniula, in
tho northwest po4esiloni of Undo Sum.
Tho Chicago Opera house, which is
about to PJ tcnlx, will cost$100,u00, and
bj one of the most magnitlcent buildings of
the kind In tho country.
It is thought, by those who have
given the matter attention, that the beit
grades of wool will bo worth, the coming
seuon, from 75 to 65 cents per pound.
Ciilifornia-brcd horses, It is claimed,
arc proving superior in speed, endurance
and general good qualities to the best rais
ed in the Atlantic .States or Europe.
Tho Central Pacific Railroad Com
pany s steamers am carrying passengers
from Sacramento to Sun Francisco in the
cabin for $1, and on deck for SO cents.
Arizona Territory does not owo a dol
lar, and hits $3,313 in tho treasury. The
most of the counties in tho Territory, it is
said, are lino;t Uea from indebtedness.
Iu Sun Francisco tho fact has been
devutopud that a numbor of Chinese mer
chants have married white women, and
that thn women aro generally of Irish
A lecturer recently made a point In
illustrating the power of heat by saying
thnt tho iron trmk of tbu Central rullroad
is 1,009 feet shoit'ir to-day than ou tho
tth of July last.
Instead of dying kites, bringing down
lightning from heaven, and making
phihophical axlomr, Mr. Iiei.Jainlu Frank
lin of New Orleans fpeiids tho nuij r por
tion of bis time in ttculing ducks.
The retail ilrii.klng saloons of Chi
cago number 1,087. This is the bvggnrly
proportion ol only one to every 100 men,
women and children in the city.
-Thte, gnntlemen from California,
- . tIlow.bollI1()) froSt.bltte.. and
v..... MT,,1 the way, have arrived in
-uailytopuwu doe,ar0 """''"Ives
"lleiiutiful Sn'.,v, ' ..,.
, A country nun m kaVt , ,
a caiiL' nf ili,iL-i..t ui .'v "nnuli observed
each wearing a ball and cW lUcaU
one why that ball wa, elmlned "u"0'1
'To keep people from kteallni: U f
the darkey j ',' heap of thieves about hut;
Thu pt ion us I'onflned Injail at CV..
iimbla, J y, ho not been nijoyingtheiii-
selves attly Tho rooms have uo flues
cbiir neys or other arrangement for heat
In if. I . told weather" they put the prls
oil n n their "little bods" and apply hot
bricks lo their feet.
Mr. Sarah Nowcombo of Illinois
killed her husband tho othor day by strik-
nig mm on the iicaa with a bed-post. How
long are we'ye't to wait before the Jaws'
will arrouso themselves to the necessity of
dcprlviug,wo,rner,if tut dangerous privi
lege of '.carrying concealed weapons ?
A reckless little scamp of Franklin,
Ky., recently got on the track In front of a
locoinotlvsYas it'pssied through that city,
ind tried to run a'raco with U. Uo stumb
led and fll, but almost miraculously tho
C j catcher lift'-il him by una ufhislrgaj
tiu 'nii.".'ir J, .mil iliruu bun off Uhj
truck safely. jft
'h absconding of Mfsi Ilarnlcoat, a
prominent lady tncrclmnt- of Lawrence,
Mass, continues tholoudlng topic of con
versation among business circles. Her
llabllitlrs, its far ns known, will amount
to about 3,000, most of which Is duo
llotlon creditors. For some time she hud
been sending goods away to Now-York
nr.cF.mo.v ok the embasst nv
arKKtill Or tWAKUBA, AND TIIK ritKSI-
dpnt's nr. ply.
W.taiUNOTo.v, .March 4.-The Japanese
embassy were presented to tho' president
to-dayand a complimentary spuech was
inadu liy thu Japanese minister, intrudue
Ing ilinembiis, folloWeil by an inMn-s
from lwukilra.'iind a nspunso by I'el
dent Grant. Member f tho cabinet worn
present, with all the army ami naval dlg
iillarief In full uniform, toother with Viio
Pie-idriiit Culfiiv, Si.'nker U iiiiio, etc.
iv .kiuA'n a unit fx.
Tho following is the address of cmbn-sador-
to the president, delivered by Iwa
Hlsmnjeity, tho Emperor of Japan, our
aujut suveiulit.il, has sought, sinef tho
nvhievuinent of our national reconstruc
tion, to attain a nmro perfect organization
In tho administrative powor of bis gov
ernment. Ho has xtuciied with Inturctt
tim r..nltj iittnined bv the wctorti na
tions. Having a ulncurc detiro to estab
II. li rriHtidlv mid nurinancnl relations with
foreign powers on a still cluer fooling, ho
ha cumin is lion ed us Ills ambassudora ox-
triifirilinure to nil the nowers liavliiir treat
ies with Janun. Upon tho soil of your
country we tlrst present our crcdent-iils,
delivering to you, personally, thu letter of
our august sovereign at tins puouc otuciai
aii'lience. Tlio oulects ol lliu mission
with which wo aro charged by our gov
ernment aro somewl at set forth in thix let
ter. Wcuro authorized to consult with
yourgovernment on all International ques
tion!, directing our otllcel a to promote and
develop wiuu eoiumciclrl relrtlons. anu
to druw into closer boius tnu strong irienu
ship already existing between our respect
ive people, llius wn nope to gum a ir. su
impulse in tlie putns or progress, gaining
good from every form of civilization.
This wc shall iiim to do wlillu in tlio exer
cise of street Integrity to our own nutioiml
interest, eo trustingly confided by a gener
ous sovereign, and sliall earnestly hopo to
receive your kind co-operation in facili
tating the task assigned us by our govern
ment. Wo gladly avail of this happy meeting
to convey personally to your uxcoilencu
our sincere wulius" for your continued
prosperity and happiness, unU as national
representatives wo extend tho same wish
to all tho people of the United Slates.
THE PRESIDENT'S RESPONSE.
Tho president then responded : '
Gentlemen: Ian gratified that this
country, and that my administration, will
bo distinguish In history ns the tlrst which
has received an cmbutsy from a nation
with which the United Status were the
first to catablisli diplomatic and com
mercial intercourse. Thu objects which
vou sav have uivcu rise to you mission, do
hinor to ibo' intellieiico and wisdom of
your sovereign, and reflect credit on ynu
in having been chosen as tho instruments
for currying them into etl'ect. A nation
must bo regarded as gone, never to return,
when it call keep apart from all other,
and expect to enjoy thu prosperity and
happiness which depend more or less upon
tlio mutual adonlion ol'itiiDroveiiienK not
only tho iceueo of government, but in
tlisc sciences una arts which contrinutes to
the dignity of mankind and lo national
wealth and power.
Thouuh Japan is ono of tho moH nil
cient of organized communities, and tlio
United States tank among thu most reicnt,
wu flatter ourselves thai wo have madu
somo Improvement on the pollticnl Insti
tutions of tho nations from which wc are
descended. Our experience lends us to be
licvo that tho wealth, power, and h.ppl
uess of a people aro advanced by their in
couragemuni of trado mid commercial in
tercourse wim oilier powers j ny me ele
vation and diuniiy of labor; hy tho prac
tical adaption of telouce to manufactures
and arts: bv increased fucilllics of ire-
uent and rapid communication between
liferent part of tho country; by tho en
couragement of immigration. 'which brings
with it tl e varied habits and diverge genius
and Indintry of other lands; by
freo press: by freedom of thought
and couscieiico, aud liberal toleration iu
matters of religious, tint only to citizen',
but to all fureignuis rcuidchl among u-.
It will be a pleasure to us to cnut ou thai.
consullition of international ipiesiions in
wnlcn you ay you aro autlioilzeii to en
gige. "Thu improvement or tho com
mercial relations between our resnictivo
countries is important mid detor.ible, and
c iniiol fail to hlrongthen thn bunds which
unilo us. 1 will heartily co.oper.ito in so
desirablo an ohjfi.t.
Your kind wishes lor mn p-rsnnaliy,
gentlemen, aro cordiul'y reciprocated. 1
trust that your abodu with us maybe agn
cable ta you, and may contribute to morn
intiiuatu acipiaiiitauce and iutereoiiise be-
ween imr re-pcctlvo peoples.
At tlio conclusion of ihu courtesic tin
members of tho embassy wcrevscorted into
the blue parlor, to bo introduced to thu la-
dins of tho cxecutlvu mansion and thu cab
inctofttcen' fatniles, together with others
who hud been Invited to be present.
AKM IN A KM,
Prcsldcdt Grant, with Iwakurn on his
arm, led the way loll owed by tbo cabinet
ollicers escorting other members of tho em
bassy, borne timo was passed in inu oiuo
parlor, in tho exchanuo ol social courto
nies, an interpreter being present to assist
in the convolution.
HOW TIIK MONEY GOES.
WHAT IT COSTS TO RUN CONORKSS.
fi, A. Townsenil In tho Chicago Tribune,
Do you know what it costs to pay ,ho
senator' snlnrlei and mllengoper 111111111117
Four hundred thousand dollars! Cheap at
half tho money I Do you know what it
costs tho houso for tho same? Ono million!
liut 1ml f I Tho ollicers, clorks and mess
eneurs of the sonate gel, besides, 3130,000:
unu Urn lame ollicers of thn houso get
wuv vzooou. Tho police, who patrol
,,.,.1 ." sim ilk utsfiisiu siw sssiu I'ltt na
a d u ,nJr u 5 ,3.0('0' The stationery
tlt OOO ?nT,or 11,0 wnato cost about
fittCiA'hu. bouse S37.000. Tho
' vsKitii ( li ml alt nvnim 1 II111 litllia rtla
UtlR llut.b- "u uuu vdl,'JIIU, AIIO'
if tho1 UM,v:''-J ti' c-t
bOO. What does ll,Q ,0"at, 58-'
many pages, "ui&Z"n w" t0
body requires so few ? n Zu Jl"ucrous
$40,000 for packlnu-boxes, Wd
monts, furniture, fuel, B ,,d rfc
wagons. It cost, the houu tot ,
and cartsKo S10.000. Ti, PZ E'
clerks of tho house cokt $33 000. ini.i f.i...
senato $25,C00, Tho secretary of the nona'o
anu 1 no ciera 01 1110 nouse get f 4,;i'JU earl
and tho llbarian of congress eets Sl.ftnn
All tho clorks In tho library of congress'
taken t'oirothor. requlro I'JO.OfM) a vonr ;
and thu library is allowed only 1 2, COO per
annum to buy books, purcliaso tiles nr
perlodlcnls and newspapers, and exchango
iuunu uovumenis witn loreign govern
if k u o n k.
C. HAN NY.
LARGE STOCK, , ,
KENTUCKY JEANS, EXTRA,
LARUE STOUK OF CAllIrTlNd
Ills EtillreNtock Xow CIosIdb Osst
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8TH ST., AND COMMERCIAL-AY.,
p. a. sciuiii.
KAMI I, Y UKOCEmKft.
LOUIS J OR GENS EN,
Denim In all binds or
HTAPLK AMU FANCY
C3-ROC E :e, IBB.
farmer's Trd ssssd htnbllag
Pr. WAshington.avand Twentleth-st,
wjii. CAU0 -
W. II. MOKKIf,
U. II. UANIiitK
Ho, Pub. sail IJ. is, Ccm.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
Asstn m V,
SOUTH AMERICA, VA.,
nntrt AIKI.WV V
Atet .l.Slt.ilO 7
PIlOtNIX, II ART SO RD,
AiMls... .700,957 O
AnetA .M5,673 g
AMERICAN CENTRAL. MO.
AssfU 600,000 01
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIVE,
Asset! . JU,0,C")
' TRAVELER'S, II ART FORD, LIFE AND
KA1LWAT I'ASSENOERS ASSURANCE
Altts. - 6W,M t
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio I.ever,
City National Dank, CAIRO. ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOARA, N. T.,
. OERMANIA, N. Y.,
. U.I3C.J1C ?
Aiteti ..... l,rCS,721 78
HANOVER, N. Y.
REPUBLIC, N. T.,
Ant .7I4.WS (
Comprising the UniWwrilrrs' Agency.
YONKKKS, N, Y.,
Ansts.. ... 8T8.1C4 (t
FIREMEN'S FUND. S. F.,
AMCt C7S.I00 0
SECURITY, N, Y. MAKINE.
Asnt 1,43'J,43 00
ST'l'lUS, DwdlinK', Furniture, Hull. nn Ci
ifon.. 1 n-ti ro. I mi ni'.hs ii, fHvoikljlo (uuml.
permanent serurlly vrl'l nrrint
-hi oi their pairunae.
i ri"iri'iiiiiiy hhk ni u cniicni oi i;a'ro.
4'. '. II I'M II IN.
CHAS, fCIICtSMH rs.
CHAS. SCIIOE.VMEYER k CO
All orders promptly nttPndedto.
NORTHWEST CORNER OK WAHIIINOTON AV
ENUE AND TENTH ST,
P. O. Pruwf r 12M. ntf.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
Hire rcrpctrd Hie
POPITtAIt MEAT MAItUET,
L'dsnn Mn ill ri:ll(titli Mrsrfa,
nail will keep constantly on linntl the lHt inonlt
"ImiglitrreJ in the C'ulio market. They ilefycoin
pultlon. Olra thfin n irlM. opl2IU.
HEAL ENTAI'E AI1ENT.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
74 (second floor) ohio levee.
But and Sell Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTHACTSIOF TITLE
s prtfeu Coavtruices of Klads.
1.1 ri'lfc BLA4T
AT HARCLATS' DRUO STORE.
Kr.nii .Si-rrir, Daiit.
MOCKING llllll FOOD
Ait r.nr ro m witnoi'i ruiir
j j e v m u o i. n g
GRAPE ( catawha
HA ) fORAPl
UA I. i ORAI'S
BA ) 1 1 QRAl'l
GRAPE I CATAWBA
AND All llf
FRESH FROM FIRST HANDS,
Always la itock In lutgr supply, nd for ! by
Hnr c I ny II r o .
naEsn blub lick
orNnlebjr IlirClakn Botlle orCitllon
j0Extra Fine Coloone;
t&GENUtNE Imported F.xtracts;
ftSTHAiR, Tooth and Nail II hushes
fSflNDiA KuniiER Nursery Goo.'
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
llt grade in arge ttock oJ ia
ricty, tcry cheap;
Full Line of Colors,
MT AD II OIL;
Paint Ilru.lici. Linaeed Oil,
WhltewuLI' ash. Tnr-ullne,
Vnrn rties Kte. elc,
ALL 1KD KD ATaKDAKD al'AUTIU
sw stj r
Principal Oflko 101 Vf. Fitth St., Cln. O
HE ONLY RELIA11LK GIFT ENTERPRISE IN
THE COUNTRY I
IN V A L U A It L E GIF
To be distributed lo
To Led rim Monday, Mirrh 'JSth, 171.
One GhifD Capital Prize of
$10,000 in Gold!
Ono I'rlzt s3,000 iss Nllveri
Five Prir.cs $1,000 (
Fivo Prir.es S500 GREENBACKS.
Ten Prizes $100
Two Family Carrlsuei ana .VMohed Hnrsei with
Silver Mounted llnll.H". Kurtn
Two Hone. si,. I ilufwiet "ilh Hllrer-Moanted
,Urnr5., wiirlh tow eaoli.
Two line-li ned Itoeol I'lano-, north 51.
eanlil Ten funily .i li.g mai hlnen, wnrtli Sioo
each l'Mo itold and "lifer lever liunllnj; worlli
frum fi in t'-V'K 1ulln' p., Id leotiline. cl.alti.
Kent'HKnld te.tchaln. s-oli i nad donblo i Uteu
'liver intlo ami teiupooun, (jlmtogroph albums,
lewclry, elc, rtl.
Wliolo nninhcr RlflH, 10,(100. Tickets limited lo
Agenta wanted to aeil Tickets to whoia I 'be ml
premiums will bn pud,
tiicglo tickets I f, hix tlcketn(IO; twelre tickets.
C'ircnlHM conlnininj; r full Hat of V'l'ea, a de
scription of the nmnu.'i of drawing, and other In.
rcrmallon In reference to tho dUtribullon, Till be
aen'toany one ordering them. Alll leitew niual
bs l L. U. HINE, Ilox tt,
orrKK, Cincinnati, O
101 West 6th st. nov2wpo(r
CAIRO CITY COAL
( prepared to supply customer with thu txti
' quality n.
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OR! tS Ml at llalllday Ilros. office, 70 OHIO
I.F.VEK.or at the foal Tard below the Bt.
Cairle. HoijI, will receive prompt aUenllOB.
THE TUO 'MO.'TAllK, willbrlqg coajaloy,,
THE CITY NATIONAL
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DA Mi: I. nt'llD, Prefldtal;
IIOBKUT W. MII.I.KK, Vie-rridal
!, .N. UbOllKfS, CIUer.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADI
F1XCIIAnE, cola, baok notes as 4 Unite,
i rltatea securities bought ana sold.
Interest Allowrd Tin nsll.
Ctinrtcred Morels II, IMS.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. II. SAFFORD, Preaidenl;
H. H. TAY1.UK, Vice.l'retiJent;
W. IIYHLOI', rSrcretarr and Treasurer.
F. W. BAStLAT,
F. M. HtotlfLiTM.
W. I'. HALUCAr.
IL SI. CvaaiauNAW,
J. M. Pbilum.
lpolla ol any Amount Keltl Iroaa
Tea CcniM I'pwursla.
IMTKKEiT paid on depenita at the rate ol all
percent, per annum, March Island Heptetn
oer 1st. Interest not withdrawn l 11 UeJ Irr.me
dlately to tie principal of the depnslta, thereby
k'tIok them compound Interest.
UARRIKD WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
0 THAT 0 C rut CAN PKAW IT.
Open eve.y builne . day from a.m. to 1 p.m.
and HMurday erenmg lor HAVING DF.POSlTb
only . Irom m S o'clock.
iumI W. HTSIiOP, Tresnurer.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis, Louihville, Cincinnati, Wu
caoo, New York, Uoston,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
PasSeLger trains arrive at and leave Caaro as fol
an vi... 3145 a.m.... ........-ltO p.m.
(rrAST 41110 a.m .......aift a n.
Uotn trains eonncet si Centralis with train on the
Pans, llecatur, IllontnlnKtcn, El Paso, I HaJle,
Mendota, Freeport, liuln, 1'ubuque, and
, all points in Illinois, Mn.ouri,
Minnesota, irontln and
Iowa. And with
Lines running Kat and West lor
St. IiUI', HprinRtetil Lnilisvilla,
Cineiniulf, InillsnHpolis, Columbus.
And st Chicago with Mlcliinn Ctnirat, Uichltrso
Houlhern, and Pitt.tura. Fert Wayne
and Chicago Railroads lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Mtmiy, ll..stOD, Philadelphia,
.NisK'a ?H, Krie. Buttalo,
.New Turk, I'ltisbtirK, Baltimore,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN It. R.
On M),i after Monday, April 2trt, 171, trains lt
TlilSS SOISS BOtlTBIAST.
i.eve Virginia........ CMOa.m .
" hiirintjtleld - S;W "
" Taylorvllle... 10:S2
Arrive at i'anit 11:10 rn
T1A1MS U01NO HOatUWlAT.
. 6;17 "
Leave I'ana I.OfJ a,m. .......
. 4:2 "
Arrive af prlnB(leld...G;lS "
Arrive at Virginia H-.U " .. S;IS
tins ooiao sevvaiAiT,
Leave Kdgewood r,:30 a.m. ...........t0:10 sum
Flora 8:2S 11:40 "
Arrive at Hhawneetown3A1p m S:l& p-m
TBAIkS ooiao NoavawuT.
Leave flhawneetown S:S a.m S:0p.rf
A.rlvM t Kilveif ood 4:60
The 6:ao a.m. irala from Kdgewood, runs only
Slnndave. Wtdnesilavnand Fridava. and fi:4Sa.m.
train from Hlmwneetown oa Tuesdays, Thura.
rltva anil baturdava.
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville division
ol Chicajjo and Alton Hiilroad, lor J tcksonvlllii,
I'eleraburg, Mason City, and all oolntawest.
At Kprinatleld, with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Weilorn Railroad, lor
Illoom'.ogtnn, Chicago, and all points north,north.
west ami wesi.
At Tana with Ind. and St. Louis, and Illinois
Central Railroad for all points east, south and
At Edcenood with Chicago Division lllinela
At Flora, with Uhlo aid Mississippi Railroad.
AtShawneetoxn, with steamboats for Ciaclu
aatl, I'ad ucuh, Cairo and St. Louis,
ORLANO SMITH, Gen'lBuVi.
Joaa Fooairr.fJen'l Fr'gt and Ticket Aa't.
t VRH ANU HIDES.
II. LEVY & CO.,
HIDES AND PURS,
WOOL, FEATIIEM, KKC,t