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'UK CAIRO DAILY HULLliTIN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1872.
Wkommdat iloRKiNO, Mitred 13, laf
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nid,.akjoiiMlt t tcarltui wl-
mktiK on aiC ,utjKil v liUrut Jo Ikt fN
KUkaUtrrtllKlliurtMit artultlhn, Iht lIuUc
tin tdieilt tSt ptnt ot InttUtjent render, nnrt
tnttrpruiw 6wii mtn.
Tun o' Tat Dauy UcLLtm t
U- week, by currier, . J
Una tear by r.rrler, In advance.... r;
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TUB COLLAR BULLETIN,
John II. OUJH; 'ilon"
JJe.v. H'ade, who was interviewed
lately on the political situation, j:ave it
as his opinion that "h 1 is to pay all
round." Aud he might have added with
equal truth, that there is nothing to
Nll.sso.v has com.mknckd n short
and hat opera reason iu New York
city, at the conclusion of which she
takes her departure for other clinics.
The New York public is sad, very tad,
aud some of tlio metropolitan journal
lament the faft Hearing event in lach
rymoM! sentences running tlirouixh two
and three column?.
The republicans of Indiana hae
been unfortunate iu selecting their can
didates for state officer I5ro.ni, their
candidate for governor, is so addicted
to the flowing bowl that it is no exag
geration to call lit in a drunkard, and oi
others on the ticket the same is also
true. The old charge of drunkenness
against the democracy will not answer
in the gubernatorial canvass of Indi
ana. The shoo is on the other foot
The ftate 'Register,' decidedly pas
sive, is still in favor of the democracy
holding state and national conventions
this summer. Says the 'Register :'
The question of votitrf; for n candidate
nominated by some other than a demo
cratic contention, to be fettled for the
party, should te decided by a party con
tention. Except by the" authority of a
contention, this question can not lo de
cided. In the present chaotic state of
politics, the political atoms nro arranging
themselves around new political centre,
and facilitate this arrangement, the con
ventions must bo held commencing with
the townships and endhg with that in
which all the states are represented. '
Henry Ward llv.F.cur.u gays, "out
side of itself the republican party has
no enemy that it need take a thought
about. And this is what will, eventti
ally, be the ruin of tho rcpubJcan
party its internal dissensions. The
fight has aready commenced between
its good and bad elements, and its end
will be simultaneous with the dissolu
tion of the party. As internecine war
is far more desolating aud destructive
than a war between nations, so the bit
ter quarrel now going on in the republi
can party between the different fac
tious, will tear it to pieces sooner and
more effectually than any outside as
fault, no matter how justifiable and how
A Judical exchange hays many
people feel uneasy at the prospect of
this planet experiencing a hhock next
Autumn from its collision with a comet,
liich little occurrence has been pre
dicted by a Swiss professor of astrono
my. .Many people are uneasy in view
of the coiuiiiL' of the comet, perhaps,
but mativ nifirM ;
'he pro.pect of tl
of Grant to the presidency. The Uni
ted State had better bo knocked into
smithereens at one fell blow with the
rest of ibe ,vorl(li tjian Hufyer from
tbe "gbw poison" of another four year
It was clearly established at the
lira session of the investigation com.
mittee on the sale of amis' to Franco,
that general Relknap sold arms to
emutonarterWiuK informed that
the latter was UIl a,.m ()f , ,
?,,v un.... n accu,cs secre-
. y l"Kloiial wronir
Mr " ".""-"mil witli the hale," ,aya tt
aslungton dispatch, "l.ut the
mouy to-dav strDn,.n,nu .i , ..
- - lm- nonce
iieiciuioru expressed that ho Wi
(In. r,.i r ii ii . i
he fact of HelknapV honesty, proves
him to bo ignorant of imnoriHnt ,,!,,-
iiim to commit a grave error, dhrcput
ble and disgraceful to tho country
Belknap's ignorance hna been as hero
toto as deliberate dishonesty
inexcusable jn JliH lmtoll
It I. related tW h MaiTacl.usctt.
whool-boy (though theater, can be told a.
well of any other) was asked by hi. teach
r how many commandments ther were
"Ten," was the prompt reply. The
enccd m his action by pers(JUS wll0 tf' M' "I it until I
a greater knowledge of the law than ho. VSfff W-S
of law relating to his deuen,' And
also, that while he is ostensibly at the f" Meinpl U t" , JiWr Ul,
tho Juflticuce of person, ,mvill, XSfft' M
kuowlcdge of tin, .?.,t.!i0.n .'Wo to recall tl. i.,i.
be-.pen.on. who ued tllr WOT
, not in the interests of ,hu 'WHB !en drawn 5 bv 27. J .!
nPSl.n ,n - i" ' " UM 'W-1 hit 1111111., t,'. 1. Z V.1
W. II.V WUMtl T MUl IU lljlllll'll I -.llVUIIlllfirw.i.u .1....
tone, r i.tlJ tlioru Jmil been nut ndJ.-il, nrd
ml u J.im w.'iut It wttf.. Tim bov looked
peip "X'll, fprnulio l lilx Iii,iJ h iiiuiiipi''
id t i.., trlii-mili-mlv ritllil. ' rh'
ril.o. .illi All t'liilmiTit,"
tSJ' A fow days Bn .nr. tVm. ' ,,r'
ton, a tanner residing J.Mt -" ' ' "'"
iUof this city, whllo ,vc"' "!
thed.ptl. ofh....t tmcarthtd
the III -o.. -"J '"C bono of soino human
form, ujyof-l 'J he "", kclet of an
Indian. A as the bono was cxpoicd
totlioafr, ft became decomposed, nil ci-
cent the knee-cap, which still remains In n
ptrfect tnte of preservation, and may be
teen nt .Mr. Ijiirton's residence. Jackwt
BQX, Tho Item afloat in regard to Mrs.
cx-l'rAidcnt Ty h-r, that she is " a lady
if vcncrablo year " Is Incorrect. She is
the second wife of Mr. Tyler and was
married to him during his presidency
an event, from tho youth of the lad v.
creating a great sensation at tliu time.
She Is still a very beautiful woman and
of youthful appearance.
young Illinois girl used sealing-
wax us it substitute- fof chewing gum. The
etietian red in tho wax someluw didn't
agrco with tlio girl, and she only lingered
a sufficient time in this valo of tears to see
that her shroud was mndo nccording to
the latest mode.
Cfg.Somo ono thinks that a young man
must havo a very fancy opinion of him
self, when he proposes to u young lady to
marry li in, and then coolly inform her
shut il will bo at least two rtr tiirco years
before lie is able to mai ry.
CSyAn old lawyer tay that the three
most trnuhli'tomo clients ho over had woro
n young woman who wanted to get mar
ried, n married woman who wanted a di
vorce, nnd an old maid who didn't know
what she wanted.
Mrs. Meulton sings In Quincy on
Tho Decatur 'Dcniocrat'and 'Magnet'
havo been consolidated in tho 'Magnet.'
-Illinois is the great railroad State the
of Union. Sho has now In operation 5,725
A well sunk for the Chicago & Alton
Railroad, at Hloomington, yields 1,000,000
gallons of water every twenty-four hours.
Bishop 'Whitchous will consecrate a
new Episcopal church at Carrolllon on
next Sunday. The new building issaid to
be a well proportioned, handsome edifice.
'Wrn. Patterson, an old and respected
citizen of Cambridge, Illinois, died sud
denly on Sunday last. It Is said that Mr.
Patterson's father and brother died the
Mr. Miller of St. Clair, introduced a
resolution in tho houso on Saturday, au
thorizing the governor to appoint one or
more delegates to the prison reform con
vention to meet In London on the third of
THE BALTIMORE SCANDAL
Till A L OK ItEV. I)H. IIL'STON-
BKKOJIK THE METHODIST
HIS STATEMENT OF THE CASE
JIK DENIES THE SliltlOL'S
(Special Iu tho Cincfnnstl Commetciol )
Waukknto.n. Va.. Miireh a n MA stain
of the Rev. Dr. Huston, aeainst
there are grave accusations, came up this
morning, after the usual introductory ex
ercises had been concluded. Bishop l''aino
announced that the regular order of busi
ness wouiu tc proceeded with, the twenti
eth question : '-The character of L. U.
Huston, Kust Baltimore District Is there
anything uirainst him."
I he PrcsidiiiK Elder, tho Rev. Jvirmmi
Roger", rose and mid : "Tho Conference
is aware that irravo rumors allectlm. it,
character of Dr. Huston havo been widely
circulated. Tnn occurrences which pnvn
riso to thorn took place during my absence
from tho city. When I returned, on Mnn.
day evening, I found that Dr. Huston had
mauo nis arrangements for leaving the city.
He went away on the following Wednes
day, and thcro was no tlmo or opportunity
for making an investigation beforo UU do"-
4I IMS v
Bishnn Palno Dr. Huston !
self. Has ho any remarks to make at this
stage of tho proceedings '!
nr. nuston stopped forward lotbospaco
n front of tlio secretary', desk. ..ml f-,.ln
tho conference, spoko a few words in a sin
gularly calm and unembarassod tone. He
taid that beyond what the presiding elder
had nlready stated, he had but two remarks
to make, and they did not rolate tothenva
lancho of anL'iihli that had COIlln llnnn
him, but to tlio circumstances under which
ho left tho city. When tlio slanderous
story was tlrst inado public, thero was an
instinct that prompted him to savo his
wile and daughter from tho mortillc-uHnn
U"d sorrow that it would bring upon them.
!n,'1 for t,lut rc,,Bon 1,0 thought beat to
"m boyonrt reach of tho slander
Heart." who to the
Dr. Hu,tn wcnt on , . ,
W all the tU,ulZ. . ,.Ull ho had
flection. ,,,a nl Permit duo re.
iti " ' ' Miiuur
of the Ka.t Baltimore uiu?," ,11'"?,
structlont to cull .. n,.,... '.'rJe'i with in
an iinmedlato and thorougl, lnVSi'4t to
Dr. Munsov .!,) i S .' ,n.Yw"Btlon.
Dr. Huston had .ut. ' . Ut
Munsey, and Mr. Mjgru'dor had .(lv(Q
him (Dr. Huston) to leuvo tho city.
Aouetlion was hern nikul ..
tho trial by the Church mutt await tho
it.uo of a civil trial likely to 1 Initiated
niMiop i-iiino ropued there could be no
"rettlli : it rid then, wurinlnr. im nin
as infl.i. in, vm,' o:''Uaccustoii)cd glow of feel-
r! . until Urn next conforence. The ob
,ci in ordering tlits committee it to itc
l.n. r,.r trtul. It will bo In the nrovlnio
r il.ln mtmnitleu to suipond the wiifd
If thor f.Ki 'jlm snllty,' until the cotifif
An nmendmpnt urns then offered to tho
pending motion, tothu ct!Vct that It is the
Clirit.l.t i ludgement of this conference
that Dr. HiKion should. In tho meantime,
deslil in.m nil ministerial functions.
Biaiu.. Paine 1 think tho effect of an
arro-i t.f character is to work a discontin
uance of. all oillclal action on tho part of
Tho amendment was not passed.
A brother hero remarked : 1 hopo the
pre.idlng oldor will consider one word In
tho resolution the word "immediate."
I think that Dr. Huston's and tho purity
of the church alike demand the emphasiz
ing of tho word "Immediate,"
There was considerable debato as to
whether tho matter should be referred
back to the presiding elder, or whetherthe
conference should proceed to investigate
the charges forthwith, and determine
whether there is sufficient grounds on
which to bring charges in regular form
and order a trial.
Rev. A. W. Wilson moved, as a substi
tute for Dr. Munsey's motion, that a com
mittee be appointed at once to investi
gate the matter affecting the character of
Dr. Huston, and ascertain whether a trial
will be necessary In arguing this motion,
Mr. Wilson raised the point that after ad
journment of this Conforence, the presid
ing elder ol tho East Baltimore District
will have ny Jurisdiction over Dr. Huston,
unless ho it sent back there aud put in
some official relation.
The answer of tho Bishop to this point
was not very clear nor very satis
factory. Eov. Dr. Register spoko in favor of Mr.
Wilsons substitute. Ho said tnat tlio
honor and purity of the Church demanded
an Immedlato investigation. Should a com
mittee bo sent to Baltimore, there is no
telling what inlluciice may bo brought to
bear on them before the meeting of the
next Cnnferouce. We can not know what
witnesses mav be deterred from teUllvlnir
by social presure or by threats of civil pro
secution. Tlio prestige ot a popular min
ister and powerful friends may smother an
investigation. The church has suffered a
wounu, the Ueptu ot wliicb no one can tell.
It can not subsist on the popularity or the
eloquence of its preachers. It is spotless
purity tnat commenus it to all men.
The Bishop named Rev. Norval Wilson,
Rev. John Landstreet, and Rov. Win. 8.
Baird. This committee will pass upon
such toitimony as is laid before it. nnd re
ported as to whether a trial sbould be or
dered or not.
A HOTS LETTER.
(From the Pduch Kenluckisn.)
A young boy attending school in another
portion of the state whose parents live in
Paducah, wrote a letter to another boy, a
companion of bis, which it quite character
istic and worthy ot Insertion:
, March 1st, 1872.
Wo are having a bully time here now.
We've got a teacher that Billy Buggins
bullies every day. We lauch in school
and throw spit balls and old "Hard Face,"
as wo callbim, is ntraiu to iick ut because
Billv Buggins throws'em too, and says
that'if old " Hard Faco " licks us, ho will
have to lick him too, and old " Hard Face"
knows he can't do it. Buggins is all tho
time puttlnir pins in old " Hard Face's "
scat and tbeso little torpedoes you know
undor the logs of his chitir.
But old "Hard Face got Buirclns tho
other day. Ho got to school late and Bug-
I - 1. . I 1 1: T I T- . . T
gins iiuu a ncj iu uiu - jiuru x uce s ucjk,
and had put a little puppy in it. "Hard
Face" knew all weren't riirht because we
boys got behind the stovo and giggled
while he was feeling in his chair for pins.
But thero were no pins there that morn
ing so he didn't tay anything, but went to
his desk and opened it and got tho roll to
call it. lie unlocked it and sure enough
thero was tho puppy. Then we all laugh
ed out j though 1 thought Buggins would
havo to fiuht this time. Tom Wilkins had
one of these policeman's clubs in the desk
and said that lie " wouiu pummel oia uara
Faco" if ho col the best of Buggins. But
old "Hard Face" tcok the dog in his
arms without saying a word. Alter pat
ting him on tbe beau, be looked
hard at Buggins and Buggins'
face turned red. Everybody was wait
ing to see what he was going to say, when
old "Hard Faco" commence! . "I wuuld
like to know" says he, "what boy in this
school was mean enough to lock A is broth'
cr up In that dosk." Then all of ut
laughed. "Buggins,'' said old Hard
Face, "will you put that dog out of doors V
Buggins put him out, and everybody
laughed so that Buggins got ashamed.
After school, Jim Dixon called Buggins
"Pup," and Buggins twisted his nrm
nearly off. I had a right with Robbv
Johnson since you were here, and cot a
black eye. Ho would nt havo licked me,
either, If Bill Johnson, his brother, had'nt
of pulled my hair when I wac trying to
inrow mm. l gavo mm one good one, l
know, his old nose is soro vet.
I.uly is as pretty as ever. Her old aunt
caught me Kissing nor me other day, and
scolded her like anything. She 'didn't
mind it though, for she kissod me again the
next day. lorn Dixon, an ugly blab
mouth, "wont and told that. Buireins told
mo to lick him for it, but you know he's
older man me. l am training a dog now
to kill cats with. I traded hats with
Willlo Rogers and J got tho dog to boot.
lie ugnts won too, but old .Mrs. Itogers
dog jumped on htm tho other day and
gavo him an awful licking. Since then
he's even afraid of cats. But I'm colnu to
hiii oiu -uri. nosers uog Willi Jonnlu
Williams' pistol. Good hyo. Give rny
lovo to Laura. Find out if sho loves nic,
WHAT HE THINKS OV THE WOMAN' QUES-
Mark Twain says when women framo
aws, tho first thing thoy will do will ho to
1. That men should bo at h omn nt ton
p.m., without fail.
2. That married men should I
considerable attention 'upon their own
S. That It should bo a hancin? olfonin
to soil whiskoy In saloons, and that lines
and disfranchisements should follow in
I. That the smoklnir of cigars to nxno
should bo forbidden, and tho.moking of
r'i'! unoriy auonsneu.
u. ihat tho wife should havo tho title of
i?.T",,fl,urty wllon lho marries n man
tnat bm in ttnv
' this," say. Murk,
could nolLV?r ,tunJ; r roo Ul
don. v, LCnJ,,ro ,uch graded thral
uom. omen, co awayl Seek not tn
bgullo u, of. our Imperial iX'A0
socletl,., n1fZ'"?.'v.V..Jmr bcnevolont
u.toomri!7U,fontWnt yit0 CrwJ
- - -ill. 1IU1
XOTUKR UALTIMORE SCANDAL.
,1 1'roin Ul ll.ltllnnr. fl.tnl.. H.r.hl I
canda'lout?? dtt'' mn' ru,nor of
rmtural bos.o.'do the v t S.
JUUf KnilllHf- and !
you'll be wantin,. i
1 l?ch school a. much a. you
vuu iihii nr nn inm
in tllll ll.. 1 -'-- w.., .ium.uu
"'". city in reference to the elopement
of Mr. John W. Selby, a prominent mem
ber of tho church lately In nhargn of tho
Rfv. L. D. Huston, with Mis. Ada Tur-m-r,
a luaeher li the S.indi' v-ch i I of ho
c'lurch nnd in uuo of tho public schools.
Mr. Selby whs woll known as a commW
nm mercbnr.tand left behind him a wl e
and .uvn children. Tho object of hi. vi
olent nffecllon is past thirty years of age,
and of unprepossessing nppcarinco. It
is supposed that tho loving pair have gone
to tho Pacific Slope, and it is kuwn that
Mr. Selby expended SSOOJn railroad tick
ets a short time beforo his suddon" depart
ure. Ho left a check for $900 for his wife
u rt'it a last
AT M1'As' t)RUO BTORK.
Film ;fli-rrLt, LiiLf.
iMOUKINO BIIIU FOOD
ill atiBT roa cit wimori taornt
:h f CATAWHA 1 fORAI'K
j C.VTAWI1A hi ORAl'E
:K ( CATAWIIA ) i ( ORATE
iid ill nr
RISU rR.011 FIRST IIAMDS.
Alwajs la .took la aaf suppljr, and fur sal ly
or Bale by tfacGUas Bottle rb'alloti
IsWExtra JKixx Coloonx;
BbGknuikx Imported Extract.;
JWHaib, Tooth anu Kail Brushm
9"India Rubber Nuriirt Goo7
PUKE WUITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Best grades In arge stock anJ ta
rlatr, terr cheap;
Full Line or Colors,
vat add in oil;
Palat Uruiliei, Lln.eed Oil,
Varnlshss Etc. tic,
ALL B1KCS AUD STANSAaO 4VALITU.
CAIRO CITY HOOK BINDERY
JOHN II. OUERI.Y A CO.,
Uullctin Building, corner of 12th
htrcetand Washiugton avenue,
Tin:' . '
All kln-la ; of lllndini? and Ruling done at the
ce or Mr, IIih-Ik, who lui (m. T many vaari
eiperleijce lnonofbe.t Hlnderlca ot St. ll'u"
,"i!SPiV'.I,,"4 -"'"bll.hmenl, Se can coi
CARL L. THOMAS,
ow prepated to reiwind promptW la all d
m.nd. fur lilt aarTlcaa. -
aH0P-C0R. 8TU-BT. ANI) COUMXRCAL-AV
tb l.rry uoiss,
aorasd.i AIK0. ILLINOIS.
THfcJ CITY KATIONAJT
W. P. .IAI.L.1DAY, I're.lden
IIKMtV L. HALLIDAV, Vice rr tali
A. II. MAFKOHD, Cuhlcri
WALTKh UYHLOI'. Assistant Caibier.
T!,"1' noiar II. CviaHia,
iio. I). WiLUAHtoa, 8Tir.it!, Uiao
A. U. SArroao.
Excfafiniir, Cols. And United (tea
Bod Bosch t attd ftold.
DEPOSITS recelfed, and a Knerat banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DAM El, HUKI), PrrMdrnt;
ROBERT W. JIII.LKK, Vlct-PreslJent
C. N. UlOIIES, C.thl.r.
.COLLKCTIONS I'ROMITLY MADE
I.1XCIIA.NCIK, coin, luk ool and Voitei
i Klalr. feciiiillri lonilil and soM.
Iiitcrrtl Allonrtl oil Time IionIIh.
CbarUred March SI, 1NSO.
CITY NATIOVAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. SVKFORD, Prmdentj
H. 8. TAVI.OU, VIcr-I'rciiJtDt;
W. UY.iLUP, Becrelary and Tr
H. W. n.acLAT,
F. St. STocirnin,
K. 11. CcaxiXQHAa,
J. M. Phillits
Pacl O. ticiirii,
W. P. UiLLIDAr,
Iiepoallaol any Amount Rrcelvl from
MKKEST paid on deposits at the rale ol .11
A. par cent, per annum, March 1.1 and titunn
tttr Iji. Interest not withdrawn I. t .dded Irnme.
d ateljr to ire principal of the deposit., therebr
clTinx them compound Intere.t.
MARRI1P WOMXN AND CIIILCREK MAY
SO.TUAT XO ONE IUI CAX CAW IT.
Open ete.-y Luslneat day from 9 a.m. lo 3 p.m.
and Saturday eYenmjr'lor HAVING DEPOSITS
onlj, from t tn a o'clock.
uiotl W. HYSI.OP. Trea.urer.
HALL ID AY BROTHERS
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
Ohio Rlvar aad liaaaaba
70 Ohio Lsvee,
SUVTY-KIVJ-; FIRST 1'RIZK
WM. KNABE & CO.,
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIOIIT
The.so In.trumenl. have been before, the nnhlio
for nearly thirty yearn, and upon their excellence
alone attained an vn;urrAnti prtmintnet, which
piuuuunues ineiii unequaivu iu
All our Swart Janoi hare our new New Im
proved Ovaratrunir Hrnle anil the AnrnfT, 1 r.t.u
would rail special attontlca lo ourlale
1 atented lrrinrnvi.mAn(M lii ll.ivii l.tiv.1 un.l
Hvabe OaAiars, fuund In no other Piano, which
Wings the Piano nearer perfection than has yet
teen attained, '
EVERT riANO FULLY VTARRANTKii Tftn
furned'SnSpW ,rfc" Ll"'" Pr0n"1"
VI V V VV 1 TIL!
many of our regular eHahll.he.1 aKenclex.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
flatcU.r acd Dealer Isi all KluiU F re.h
tU YB and Miuliter only tho Terr beat cattle.
JO hoy. and ahvep, and 1. preiird to flu anr
lOMIINHIO. AND! UMAt AM IMA
U. D, WILLIAMSON.
COMMISSION MERC II ANT,
No. 70 Ohio Lcvre,
"Special attention aitau lo cnn.lf(nmei,
D. Z.MATHUKS. e. c. fill,
MATIIUSS & UHL,
uay and western produce
No. 6i omo i.:vi:i:,
i Siit Hit., AIRO.ILL
II. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer Foreign Fruits and Nuti
No. 134 Commcrcial-ave.,
CJ.OSE Si VINCENT,
Ceuent, Plaster Taris,
Corner Elsrststi Hlrrt aud Oblo !
MILLER tc PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS roR EAIRHANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLS.
CHARLES M. HOWE it CO.,
No. G4 Ohio Levee,
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
STRATTON & HIRD.
(Successor toHlrallon, fludaon A Cl.rk.)
67 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
J. M. PHILLIPS Si CO.,
(ttucceii.orii lo K, II. UenJrlck. A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
wtrrSLiberal Advances inr, i iiponv
Are preparod tn receire, store ant orward
freight, to all points and buy ncd
sell on commimlon,
SNTDuslness attended lo promptlr
JOHN 15. PHILL1S & SON,
(Hustensors to Jno.ll. PntllU,)
DUAIJJRS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.;
Con. TENTII-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
s.ir.ti is st.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol etery deccrlplUn,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTr3,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
Furnished on raorlc.t notice.
Commercial-av, let. 10th nnd llth-sts.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL 11. R.
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Cm
Caoo, New York, Uoston,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Paa.ei.ger trains arrive at and leare Cairo hTIoU
Mutt atl.la.m ......l!Kl p.m.
I.irKT.. a too a.ir .....2i5 a.m.
Both train, ennncet at Ontralia with train on the
Pans, Decatur, Illoomlnxtcn, Kl Pa.o, Ifi.lU
Hendota, Kreeport.Dalena, Iubuque, and
all point, in lllinol., Jlinouri,
Minnesota, Wuconsln and
Iowa. And with
1,1am runnlnK Ka.t and West lor
St. Lou I ., Hprinxtir-ld, IuiaTille,
Cincinnati, Indlana(Kll., Columbu..
And at ChlcaKO with Mlcnij.n Central, Mlchlga
boulheru, and I'itlburK. Port Wayn
anu unicao lunroau. tor
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April ttth, 1071, train,
TBAias soma .ottumr.
i.:la.m.... U 3i p.m.
C"J " n . 3.VI "
Arrive at l'n......
.10.42 " iM
Lear P tJn,m ....... J:Iio.m
" T.ylortille.... 1:4 " .4.ta "
Arrive at 8prinfild...MS " ...
Leave SD.mefleld C:iJ ....
Arrive at Virginia a:M ' ... ..S:1J
Tt. in. aoioa i.nmiiT,
Leave R-lgewood... 6:30 a.m. 10-.J0 a.m
Flora.. ,...S " . 11:40
Arrive at bhawnrlown3:S-lp m m m 4:15 p.m
tba!i. ooiao avaviiws.r.
Leave Chawneetown AM a.m .8. JOp.ta
" Flor.. .Ja " 7;( "
Arrive at KdjtwoKl....t JO .....-8:;o
The ! ' a.m. train Irum FUIgewood, run. only
Monday., Wtdnv.Jay. and Priday., and :!' a.m.
train from Mhawneetown on Tueulay., Thur..
dy. and Saturday..
Connect at A.hland with JackonviII vision
ol Chicago and Alton lliilroAd. for J JTjcvllIu,
Pelerbiirg, Mnon City, and all tMiinlWwe.t.
At Hprinvlield, with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, Waba'h and Wetern Railroad, lor
Dloom.ngtnn, Chicago, and all point, north, north
wctt and we.t.
AtPana with Ind. and SI. I.oali, and Illinois
Central Killroad for all point, eut, tomb and
At Kdgewood with Chicago Divi.ion Illinois
At Flora, with Ohio aid Mll..lppi Railroad.
AtHhawneeto.n, with ateamboat. for Cincio.
natl, Paducah, Cairo and Si. Lonia.
ORLAND SMITH. Ren'Iflup'L
Join Fooitrr.ften'l Fr'gt and Ticket Ae'I.
And Dealer la Foreign and Domestic
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
97 Ohio Levee,
lletwcci. Ninth and Tenth Streets,
runs ami ninths.
H. LEVY Si CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Coruinerrlnl Avrsiur, oiiokllr KIIJo
CLOTHING EOB LADIES' WEAR
Made te order, or KcaJy.M.de,
jla. reeelved a full and completo stock of goodit
men. varity ol C0,nPle,e" c7. A 1"
RIBBONS, LACES AND FRINGES
aha AfYnra ...A. ...... u . i
'.'"""ii'"" n ncrpatren. inii
all olhere tocall on her.eiamlne the price! i at.fii
and qu.llty ot her Rood., ' "Qt'
Mrs. Swancer, having aold her nron.riv
ih. T.rf wMiBSi"'1""" nirat'