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UNO CAIKO DAILY IJULLETI N, .SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1872.
Til 13 BULLETIN.
J-Jil N II UHriNLIf. Kdlwr 'il -! iii-t.
Kkidat Mornino, Mnrcli P, tilt
1H netwrtt AUrnrtUfKMottmirlotJ h!'nM
n tUt-n n wiH. Itnrttui ouf.
mX o nU iuSJfffi of lAttrttl o lAf paWie
I, Ma i iAr,wi ricfuUion. (At (nflr
(i rxir.utkt ilt vn-tMol l.tdlitnt rtaitrt ami
Ttait or THt Daily Uvlutini
l.. . bj ctflrl
Una year by r. trier, In advance.....-...-
i.ei until by uatl, ..............
Tli:e rr onth,
S t months,
1 1 Tf r,
TIIK DOLLAR vettKl Jllf LLKTIN.
i-h- ii ni.flr J Co. reduced the tut).
nX,r"'-'.n'kln t the clieaie.tp
The Siiawneetown 'Mercury' ii"
mating preparation? for the publication
of a daily.
A meeting of tlio republican state
central commhtco is called to meet in
Chicago on tho 15th inst., at which
meeting the time of holding tho state
convention will be decided.
GnANr AND Co., aro making gigan
tic efforts to win tho election in New
Hampshire next Tuesday. The clerks
in tho various government departments I
in ashington have received orders for
ten days leave of absence that they may
go home to vote.
The Senate has adopted tho house
hill authorizing Gov. Palmar to pay
three thousand dollars from tho contin
gent fund to John W. Golden, of to
A,Um. rnnntr. n, n. rwnmNinu for 1
..v.-...- ,-v, ilin
same amount expended bv him in the
nnA Mnrinlnn nf Ttnllnu rrUn
murdered the son of Golden in Texas
over a year ago.
Ve give below the tho names of tlio
boats burned at Cincinnati, on tho Cth
inst., the naraos of the owners, value of
tho boats, oto. :
Toe Kate Itoblnton and Abeonn. wore
owned by CaDUlns Wllmtnson and Isrum :
the St. Charles 0. bv A. Dravo. Jos. Smith
and other Pittsburg raon; tho Argosy by
Capu Shunk & Uros., of Vcvay, Ind, and
tho Major Anderson wat owned by Capt.
Mublman and U. II. Uooth & Co., of
Wheeling. Tho Abeona wat full of freight
from the Tecnessee river, from whence
the had but recently nrrlved. Her freight
it rut atSIVOOO. The Kmc Roblnton had
on board 75 tont grocerit, etc., which wat
tbiucq ai snio, whilo tno boat wat vai
ucd at $8,000.
The St. Charles wat valued at S12.000.
Tbo furniture and height of the Champi
on wat valued at $-.20,000 and tho boat at
$10,000. on Which there wni no insurance
These figures are obtained from a more re
liable tource than tbote already telc-
'iue Major Anderson is value! at $1&,
000. Tho report of the frcieht on tho
Major Anderson is probably entirely over-
rKuniaiPu. ono was laying up on nccounl
of low water.
Stokes, the hadical congressman i
from Tennessee who defrauded tho
government out of sixty thousand dol
lars by appropriating the pay of a
mythical body of soldiers, has been
fined fifteen hundred dollars nnd re
quired to pay tho costs of the suit
against him by the government. IVhat
wonder that all sorts of fraud and of
ficial corruption is tho rule under
Grant's administration 1 A thief robs
the government of sixty thousand dol
lars. As a punishment for the offense
he is fined fifteen hundred dollars nnd
made to pay tho expenses of his trial,
which aro a mere trifle compared to bis
stealings. He makes by the operation
probably fifty thousaud dollars in olear
cash, aud in tho estimation of his par
ty, loses nothing in tho way of reputa
tion, since increasing their privato for
tunes at the c'xpeuso of tho public
treasure, U tho approved practice
among radicals. In this affair of
Stokes, tho administration has shown
that it places a premium on fraud
against tho government. It has discov
ered a new enterprise to wide-awako
radical fortunes-hunters that of mak
ing money out of tho public fund. It is
better than gift-enterprisei, lotteries or
any of the moans resorted to by sharp
ers for tho purpose of easy monoy-mak-ing.
The only capital it requires is
knavery, cheek, the prover-. bial eharp.
ness of tho virtan and some standing
with the administration.
AUxls had a grand holl at Havana.
Harriet Ilecchor Stowe It convales
Mrs. Fair, since her new trial wa
granted, is gating fat and jolly.
Tho "old man " has died again j thl
time in AVnyno count r, Tennessee; named
uavm runor, ana aged ii:, 2ext,
A native of Madras, In Hlndoostan
teacbet school at Lafayetto, Indiana
Three Idols, Brahma, Vishnu end Siva
form tho chief decoration! of her apart
Marl; Hopkins, ono ol four owneri of
the Central Pacific railroad and the State
of California, who It tald to be even richer
than Stanford, hat commenced tho con
ttructlon of a p!co in Sacramento.
Hill Sykct, of .London, at alleged ly
Mr. Dickent, killed lilt titter Nancy j hut
ii wM reserved for William Slket, of Buf.
Wo, N. Y., to hold bit little son Hugh
oror.u ktroton, lamp, t corchiog the child'
skin from its body,
-Tile 'funeral of Qowon clftrk( B
man who recently died ut Washington at
the ago of teventy.two yarii WH, at.
tended by the judget and officers of tho
UolUd tilstes supreme court. Mr. (Murk
Imit 'eorlic'ier of llio Jutluf'' t-Iojk
rtMlii elmo 1833,
Sum merriment It being mode by
liros.ov.ru remark made by Vlcc-l'retl'
dunt Oolf.ix at the recent Aldlno Jinner In
New YurK. In proposing h certain t.mt,
Mr. Colfax, who U n Mrlct tcmpertinic
m.in, culled for n generous lumpor, 'not
following my cxmnple, with cobl wnter,
out those ii you who Hko, wltli something
butter.' It is asked why, If he thlnkt nny
tlilnc bettor tlmti water, h don't occasion-
Jl v take It III in elf.
AN IMPORTANT CIRCULAR.
Tho following circular, which eiplalnt
iUolf, wat tent un tho Cth Intt, by tho
tlata 'auditor to tho various county collec
tors. Ii It n mallor of penernl Interest :
Dear Sir: Tho Interest on bonds (of
counties, township", cities and towns)
which Imvo been registered n this oillcu
in pursuance of law, being pfiyiiuloto the
stnlo treusiircr, it it important that that
officer thould bo provided with funds to
pay such interest, at the tamo becomes
In many ensci, tho crupons becomo duo
beloro tho time collector! aro required by
law to pay over tho tax luvled therefor ;
(.Juno ltt, In countlct under T. O-, and
Juno liOtli, In other counties) and In tueli
cases, Hit necessary to pay over tho tax
levlod for p ment of Intercut on bonds of
the country, or of tho several localitlei
therein, at " tho cato may be, to that tho
ttato treasurer can pay tho interest m it
falls due. In tomo cmct buck interest it
rtnn which tlio ttato treasurer thould bo
provided with ftindl to pay, tit as early a
day m prnctfonulo,
Tliuro can uo no uoiiol
hut that n nromnt navmont of interest for
any particular locality will phce the public
credit oftuch locality in good repute,
which I earnestly desiro may bo thu re
suit to each locality in tho ttato, having
bonds reetstcrod in tuts ouicc, anu none
you will aid In producing tuch result
by placing the necessary funds In thoelato
treasury, as toon as postimo.
l desiro to call vour narucumr attention
tho flrtt tection of the act of April
ho first tection of the act of April IC,
OoU " To I II llu and provido lor paying
rAllrnfid diibla of count CJ. towns un
cities nnd towns" which reauiret tho col
lectors to nay into tho ttatu treatury nil
tho taxes collected for any purpoto what
ovor, on tho asscstment on tbo railroad or
railroads for whoso aid tho tald debt was
A few of tho collectors for 1870 failed
to notolhis requirement of law, and paid
overall taxes, as usual, in settlement with
the tevcral localitlei: nnd sucn soiicctort
were groatly troubled and delayed in get
ting back from the several localities tho
taxea on " railroads aside " to pav into
ttato treasury. Your notice is called to
the law now, mat iue tame aincuny may
not occur this year, xourt truly,
U. E. litrtscoTT, Auditor, l. a.
CONDITION OF ERIE.
RELATIONS BETWEEN FISK AND
FISK NOT VICE-PRESIDENT
THE TIME OF HIS DEATH.
Bpccltl Dirpatch to the Missouri Democrat.
KUMORED SUAKT CONDITION OF KBIE
Nsw-'Yoiib, March 6. A rumor prevail
at Albany that thoErio ring is financially
shaken, and will not pay tho intrcst on th
Erie bonds becoming duo. A morning
p.ijior puuiisnct on account 01
which ibjs it wat inferred by everybody
inaiino iwo tnarcu incii spoils equuiiy,
and wcro gainert nnd lotcis alike ; but re
cent revelations tliow very clearly that
on the rio inaiingomMnt was fur gouter
than that of hit iissiiciiito't. Thu sudden
death of tlio latter and the nlmoet bank
rupt condition of his estate, niadu it eli'ar
that in reality ho got very little of tho
tpolls. In the light of theso revolutions,
Jay Gould stands forth nt tlio real obstaitlu
existing botwoi-n the stockholders and
their rights, without a shield behind which
to conceal hit mnchlnutlont. It It not
generally known that Fisk was not vice
pretiuon ot vuu r.rio roitu ai mo iiino oi
death. Hoaring of the combination of
Enclish stockholder ugaintt him, Gould
tuw the necessity of making a desperate
attempt to pui nts House in uruor.
flSK WAS TO 111! THE eCArEOOAT ,
accordingly, ho sunt it third party to
tound l ltK nooui ouuringiiit rcsigiiution
as 'vico presidunt. Fisk replied, "Tho
onlv man who can speak to me about
such a matter it Jay Qould ; let him come
to me, himself, like u man."
Gould delayed a ftfw days, nnd finally
entered Fisk't room in a nervous manner,
tearing up pieces of paper, as he is accus
tomed to, do whon ho it violently agitated,
and approaching' -Fisk't desk, tald in a
dtummerlng manner; "Fltk, I've got to say
tho most painful thing I ever had to tav
in my life.''
Fwk- looked up and said: " Well, Gould,
go on ; you know I've got no feeling."
To this Gould, ttill etammering, replied,
" Well, Fisk, it's this : 1'vo come to tho
conclusion, in view of this combination of
English stockholder, that our future and
even our personal safety depends on our
separating, and 1' vo como to ask you for
llavlnp mid thit, Gould backed norvcus-
ly to tho door leading to his own room,
which ho had requested his felIow-consni
raton not to clotu, us ho ftnrcd somo vio
lent act on Fisk't part : but Fisk looked
up and said, with a broken voico and great
emotion, "Gould, cun you nsk mo to do
that, whon I'vo stood up all along for you,
anu tuKeu overywung on my snouiuert to
save you ?"
. U .1- 1 . I .1.1 1 tl
un, iiiu c jusi now mo tiling tiunut,
replied Gould, in a low voico.
'm r ink bunt into tcart and dropped
uion his dok.
I he UCTlUem..,. ,,.v,n ...l.nn.. In..
.!?W,'!'i Vr enco in his llfe,,G
Vi. fit lvT.W whimcU of ir
riiitilly, lisk ral.td 1,1, icnj Hnd
teart away and said, Yw fl .
"Uould.lf v.... Mn h. ..i "',nB hit fist,
t.on, by Go'd, I can tign It." my re,18n
Gould htoncettenned lr.tnM.
took np the resignation, which he n.T.?
ready prepared, and handed it m v. .
Tho lattor at once took un hit pen, siKned
ino resignation and blotted It with his
iue tiiuiittioL JNVBSTIOATIO.V OT
TIIK FAMOUS GOLD 111 NO
revealed tho fact that ho knew nothing of
lit origin until Thursday, just beloro tho
memorable oiacK .Friday, nnd then, as It It
alleged on good uuthorlty, only engaged
In tlio ichomo to tavo Gould. Uelng him
telf bv the far mora prominent man of th
, wa. or courto, blamed by those
U'nri linn m Oh ru.l I , I. - . ! . . t
nm oiicraiiont ni iue
timo. The fact of hit estates being on
the verge of bankruptcy shows how small
wat bit tharo in the other transaction of
a similar naturo. On the other hand
Gould it reported to be worth mllllont
bore, and to havo vast turns luUly in.
vested In European securities.
Sr. Paul, March 0. Tho North Pacific
railroad to-day was opened to Kid river
JEALOUS PATH Kit STAIJS HIS
DAUGHTER AM) a HOOTS
II I. MS ELF.
Tho other duv tho telcarnph nicntlonod
tfciit Win. Williamson," had killed hit
daughter, a voting lady, ulid then stabbed
hinnolf. Tfio Anderson 'Herald' of tho
ltt gives tho following particulars ;
The circumstances which led to tho
murder, at near at wo can gather them,
are tit follows: Mitt Williamson hut tor
some timo been receiving thuaddrrtiusofa
young man mimed Uco. Landry, whollves
near her father's residence, and to whom
tlio wa engaged to be married. Mr. Lan
dry, tho young man to whom tho was bo
tro'thed hat always borne n very goad rep
utation for honesty, Industry, and tuoricty,
but, for some unnccountiiblo reason, the la
ther ol tlio young inuy objected to nor
weddini! bin., or, hi fact, atiyono clso. No
one ran nccounl for hit objection to hit
aughter being marriod.
Miss Williamson, accompanied by hor
Intended hui-baml, left homo on th 28th
Inst., nnd camo to tlio houso of Mr. hums
buru. where thev Intended tho wedding to
lake place, after which they intended to go
to tnu residence, of tlio groom' uncle, tome
line mil!S norm or tnc sceno ot tmi irag
dy but, at will bo seen, their fond Impel
wcro never to bo realized. On tho uvc-
ine: of tho '.'8th. Mr. Landry camo to this
Ity to procuro tlio necessary license, mid
remained in town all night, going back
cstordnv mornlnc. little prepared for thu
scene in waiting lor him.
Williamson went to tno nouso oi mt.
Rcmesburc tho ovenlne; beforo tho murder,
nnd tried to portuado his daughter to give
up hor intention of marrying, but tho re
mained steadfast in hor determination and
truo to hor lover. Tho Interview between
father and daubtor was nssuminc a
threatening attitude, when Mr. Remes-
burg told him ( Williamson) that if ho did
not desist ho would have to Icavo tlio houso
ftcr which ho dropped tho conversation
and retired to rest.
On ycttcrday morning, whilo Mr.
Romcsburg wat out at tho barn. William-
ton seated himself at his daughter! l ed
tide (tho being yet in bed), and ongaged
hor In a quiet conversation, and finally
asked her If she was.slill determined to
marry Mr. Lundry, when tlio replied,
let, It 1 uuvo to wado In blood up to my
necs :" upon which he drew n
laruc-sizcd pnvkot-knife and stabbed her
twice, or.ce in tho arm and In tho throat,
penetrating ino windpipe, irom tno ctlects
of which tho died in u few minutes. Wil
liamson remained at his duughter't bed-
idolong enough to be assured that his
murderous designs upon his victim had
been ruliy executed, when ho rushed from
tbo bouse, and when ho hud gained the
yard ho drew hit revolver und
mot uimteii. once in the
throat and once in tho forehead.
Tho physician thinks ho will recover
with proper euro. Ho had only spoken a
few wordt all day yesterday, and it is sup
posed that he did this when off his guard.
Tbo Physician wat administering somo
medicine, ana asxed nun it no could not
drink from a cup, and hu answered "yes,"
and then no taut: " incso bandages art
too tight, they hurt my throatl' after
which it wat impossible to get him to con
vorsu more. It it supposed ho will not
converie, fearful that they would utk him
for an explanation regarding tho event oi
The weapont used wero a larged tized
pocket knifu and u small sized Smith Si
Wesson rovolver, tuven shooter. On tho
day previous to tlio murder AVI'Iiamson
anu Ilia ton wuretawlnifwot.il when W it
Iltnmson complained ot not fuel nir well,
and mountini; his horso rou J to Jluncic,
nnd mounting lib)
1 whero ho purchased tho knifu and
I evidently determined upon hit
This Is by fur tho sad lest occurrence
which has ever transpired in tlio county,
and but cast a gloom over the entiro
neighborhood In which it lists happened.
WM. H. S01IUTTER,
Ituporlnr nutl Vliolcmlc ISriilcr In
TOBACCO &c CIGARS.
'Agent for the best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported Alea of IlilTercul Kluda.
75 Ohio Levee,
P. M. STOCKFLETII,
SDCCUSOB PON LB STOCtritTU
llecllffr nnd Wlmlrxnle Itcnler In
. I'orelK" nml ISoiiicmIIc
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 02 Ohio Levee,
HE keep on tianil contlanlljr a full slork o
Old Krntuckv llnurbon, Ite anil Mnnoin;.
lieU Wliniklen, French Drnilleii, llollan.l ij'n.
Hhlnenml rnlilnrnlB Wlret I hIii.h
COAL I COAL I COAL I
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CAHBON
Commercial-ay., Foot of Eleventh. st.
All Coal rartfull; weighed at the jrard on Fair
C'o.l ilelitertd on the shortest notice in am
rrt nl ih cl.jr, either hjr tl" half ton, too or car
Leare order at thnouV. on Commerrlal.av.a
he fnotof EUvtath airaat. BorlM.eai.
71. FALL-WINTER. 'V2
C. II A NY.
kkntdckt jeans, ntm,
LAUGH STOCK OF caiu ::tin(i
UU EotlreNloek If ow Cloaitts Out
VERT LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8TH ST., AND COMMERCIAL-AY.,
P. G. Sciiuli.
Uniiog ) -j
Dealer In all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANG
rarmtr't Titrd and Httsbllac
0r. Waahington-av.'and Twontioth-st.
W. II. MOUItHS
M . II. II. CANUKk.
No. Pub. and O. M. Com.
FIRE, UULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
AtseU i,M3,MH 07
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
Attet J,783,0O0 U
llllll - 2,MI,J10 Ii
Altett 1,781,110 k
INTERNATIONAL. N. T.,
Atteit.. i,aM,33s i;
Asett... 70CJ17 l
AiMtn.. St),73 a-'
Am.. bb;n 4..
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MU
A. IMS - SUMJOl
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Assets. - 1,MI,U.H
RAILWAY PAS8ENOF.RS ASSURANCE
SAFFORD, MORRIS k GANDEB,
71 Oltlo I.ever,
City National Dank, CAlltO. ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
XIAOARA, X. Y.,
Altotl I1.43C.21C 2
OKRUAXIA. K. T.,
Aatttt..M 1,0(9,721 79
HANOVER, X. T.
AIKUmSIMWH .t.llllltt.IHMIM.M -aTS08C2 OV
xcrun lic, x. t
Assets .7H.V23 (K
Comprising the Underwriter' Agency.
TONKKRB, N. T
Attett m 8t8, M
A I.ll A N T niTT.
riREME.v's FUND, 8. r.,
Assets C78.C00 0
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE.
Assets .. ..l,43'i,) 00
STORKS, Dwellings, Furniture, llnll. and Cr
voe. Injured at ra'.es es fnfoiablo as anuml.
permnnent neeiirilv wl'l warrnnt
I rvupeetlullj ask oi tho citizens of Cairo, a
hare ol tholr nalronace.
4'. IV. IIC4JIIKH.
CIIAS. SCIIOKaVMUYEH & CO
All orJc-iB promptly attended to.
NORTHWEST CORNKtt OK WABIIINOTON AV
ENUE AND TENTH fiT,
Drswf r 1201,
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEIILER & BROTHER
1) T reopened tha
1'Ol'CI.AIl 91 CAT MARKET,
Urlnftii Mini, i td'Jtutli Mxetk.
at.d will keep eonsttntly on hand the bet meats
laiiRhteredin the Cnlro market. They ilelycom.
petition, (live them atrial. eil2Ui.
RKAI. IOTAI K AflKNT.
C. WLN1STON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
74 (aicoND tloor) onto lxvm,
Bur and Sell Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTBACTSJOF TITLE
At I trerare OoBTayan of Kluit.
11 A IV ItS.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. II ALU DAY, Presided
JIKNItT I.. IIAL1.IDAV, Vice Tr nt
WALTER 1IVHL01'. Aitlsmiit Cashier.
Suits TAYLoa. iiaatar II. Ceaiixoaia.
UXMBT I.. lUIUDST, . I-. II All in.,
io. D. Wiuusisaa, Ktsrutx Ilia
A. U. viiruftii.
KxehrttiRr, Coin mill Hulled Ntiilea
JUotstl IIoiibIiI nsitl Nwlil.
DEPOSITS rclT-d, anJ
a Rcnrrnl banklnii
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or oa i no.
IIA.MRI, II L' II II, Prrflilrnt:
IIOKKKT W. MII.I.KK, Vlf.Pfllent
0. . IILIitlli?, Chl-r.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
Huten ttcuritlet bought and sold.
Inlrrrl 4llowrl nti Tlmr npMlli.
Chartered Hitrcts 31, last.
ciry natioval rank, cairu
A. 11. SFFORl, l'rMdntt
H b.TAYI.OU, Vlce-l'rrnOent;
W. II YSLOP, secretary ncl Treasurer.
H. W. IlAICHT,
I'At'L 0. ftCllllI,
W. 1'. IWllimr,
K. M. fiTocsrirtii,
II 51 CCIXUUiK.
j. si. ruiiLirs.
ispnoalta nt ntijr Amount Rerelvea Irom
ten vent aipwiiru.
I M'EUF.-tT paid on deposits st the rile ot mi
1 percent, ser annum, jmrcn isianu neniem
irr Int. lntcret not withdrawn Is raided linme
dlnteljr to tie principil of the deposit!, thereby
e'Tinx mem compouuu iniereai
MAKRlen WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
4 THAT KO OKI IUI CA I'SAW IT,
Onen ete.T hutine.s dsT from a.m. to 3 p.m.
and Haturdiy eenini? lor HAVIMJ DEPOSITS
oni), irom m o o ciocic.
auwii n isLui , irciiurri,
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louib, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
caoo, New York, Uohton,
pAssecger trains arrire nt and leare Cairo a fol
irr Us 1.1 a. m 1:00 p.m
IitrAtr 4UJ0 a.m Ui43m
Uoth trains conncel at Central! wlih train on the
I'ana, I'ecntur, Illonmlnntcn, El I'ao, I.a Halle,
Mendola, Freeport. f.jn, I'lihu'iue, and
all points In lllnioin, Mn.ouri,
Mlunrrota, A'l.con.ln and
(own. Aud with
Lines runnlne Kt and Wet tor
1. Louis, HpriiiKhelil Lnumrille,
Cini.Mnimtl, InilhumpolH, Columhut.
Aud t Uhleao wllh Michigan Cenirul, JIiclHRsn
boulhern, and IMlnliurK. Kort Wayne
and Cmcuco Itallroads lor
Detroit, CltTtWnd, Dunkirk.
Alhtny, ILision, rhiUdeiphla,
,NlK'a Falls, Krle, lluttalo,
.New Turk, I'iittburc, lUltimore,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. K.
On and srter. Monday, April Jlth, 1871, trintil
TBAINS OOIKQ HOl-TIUAST,
i. nave Virginia fnt'm.m
" Bnrintield 9-.ao
" Tnilorvllle 10:42 "
12 3a u.m.
.. 3.00 "
Arrive nl J'au UilO m 6:17
TEAlkJ OOl.HQ NOTHWUT.
LeTe Pana ,..4:o0a,m
" TajlorTille 4:4 " ,
Arrive tsprint!iield...6il5 "
Leave dpniigfield :24 "
Ar.lvoat VirKinla h:2.1 '
tb a la h ooi.va soutiiiabt.
Leave Edgewood 6:30 n. m
Flora t:25 ..
Arrive at HhHwneetnwn3:.Vlp m
T H AlhS UUiaU ft OuTH W KHT.
Leave Khawneelown 6.IS a.m 8:2Up.n
' Flori- 2:65 " 7iU0"
Arrive at Edgewood 4:io ' 8:20 "
T:ieS::m a.m. Irala from F.dcewood, runs only
Monday. W.dnesilayxand Fridays, an 5:45 a.m.
rain irom onuwnm'iuwn uu iiietuay, lliuro.
nrctn at Ashland with Jacknonvllle divminn
ol Chicago and Allnn Itillrosd. fur Jcksor.vlllo,
I eierauiiTK, .iiumuii uiiy, n uu an uoints weai.
At HpringHidd, with Chicago and Alton, ami
Toledo, Wabimh and Weitorn Itallroad, fnr
llloom'.nRtoo, Chicago, and all point north, north'
west nnd west.
At Tana with Ind. and SI. Louis, and Illinois
Central Kailroad lor all points east, south and
At Edgewood with Chicago Division Illmol
At Flora, wilh Ohio aid Ml-stnslppi Railroad.
AtHhawneetoun, with ateamboais for Cincin
nati, I'aducah, Cairo nnd St. Louis.
OIILAND SMITH, Grn'lflup't.
Jouk FooaiTT.Oen'l Fr'at and Ticket Ag'l.
VVUH AND HIDE.
II. LEVY & CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
WOOL, FEATHERS, r.TC.i
it ritL ItlST
AT IIA"1 v,' uruo STORE.
Fatsn 'flvtr., tAitt.
MOUKINO BIRD FOOD
tit auir roa rsa withoct taocata
E L M n O L D (
GRAPE I CATAWBA
rape ) riLLa
ORAPE 1 PILLS
AKD All r
FRESH FROM FIRST HANDS,
Always la ttek la latg supply, and for tal by
FEE3H BXjTJTE IjICIC
orBnlttb thr(ils Kotlle rCallatt
HiExtra Fins Coloomx;
tSTGZNUlNK luroRTKD EXTRACT!;
JOt-Hair, Tooth and Nail Drcshxi
India Robber Nvmiit Ooo.
PURE WUITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Beat trad In arc stock as4 va
riety, vry cheap;
Full Link or Colori,
BIS AID IN OIL I
Taint Brushes, Lloieed Oil,
WbltewasL F.ashs Turpenllaa,
Varnlsbts Ete. t., f
all amrs aao rrAjrcAtn sjvautsu
Principal Offico 104 W. Fifth St., Cin. O.
nc ONLY reliable oift EKTERFRUI IV
IN VALUABLE GIF
To be distributed In
Ii. 3D. IISTH'S
To bedrnl Uonday, March 15tb, 171.
One Giakd Capital Priie or
$10,000 in Gold !
One r-rlx. 83,000 la MllvwrT'
Five Prizes $1,000 (
Five Prizet $500 i GREENBACKS.
Ten Prliot S100 .
Two Family Carriage ana Jiatched Hortet with
Silver Mounted lUir.es, worth
Two Horse n.J buggie. will. flllver-Moanled
Harness, worih C00 ech.
Two flne-toned Itosewood Pianos, worth '
earhl Ten fimilyelng m-hine, sjorth ItOO
each 1'50U gold and eilver lever hunting worth
from it to 3UO, Ladle' gold leontlns i ohalui,
..ni.n..M v..tchln. i.o Li and double -ilalea
rilver table and teiopoons, phulofraph albums,
lewelry, etc., rtl.
Whole number gifts. 10.000.
Ticketi limited U
Agenta wanted to aeil Ticketi to whon I 'be rid
premium will bo paid,
MiDtle ticket 12; ix licketn 110 : twelve tickets.
$20; twenlr-flve 40.
Circular containing a lull lit of writes, a de
scription of the niKiiu-i of drawing, and other In.
formation In reference to tho dl.tribiitlon, till be
aent to any one ordering them, Alll letter must
ba J L.D. MINE, Box l,
oirn, Cincinnati, O'
lot West till t. Dov2wtpolv
CAIRO CITY COAL
It pr.par.d tt bM
PITTSBURG AND IILLINOIS
"iRPEns lelt at Halllday Bros, office, TO OHIO
V I'EVEB, or at the Coal Tard below thtSt.
Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atttotloa,
TUETUQ ''mONTAUK'' wUlbilM ooal ala
ftif ew.mr m im. I imwi