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IHKCAIKO HAILY fll I J.13T1.N, SUNDAY, MARCH 17, 1872.
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TIIK DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN.
John II. lHflr Co. niif reduced the ui
,cr,,.tion pri" f the Weekly Cairo Bulletin in
On' WlA' l,rT """m' mWlnis t the cheapest jm
f.ri'OWI.JiM in Southern Illinois.
Lateu sews from New Hampshire
cut down Straw's majority over
thousand votes. The first reports avo
him ttto thousand, five hundred major
ity, the last over a thousand less.
Tun "iMMonTAi. .1. N." vhoo mis
lion 13 to "lift the vail of truth." for
which he has often been incarcerated
within prison walls, is informed through
the public pre, las family not knowim:
his whereabouts, that hU father died on
the 29th ultimo.
ilcn r in ii
will 1D It il !
An Ingenious Georgian bus Invented
a "patent mil splitter," by which nn im
mcnseplnq log can bo rlvcn In a very brief
Why l a IrutikarJ, hesitating to sign
the pledge, liku 11 half-converted Hindoo ?
IK'.'auic hu is in doubt whether to give up
tbcjug or not (Juggernaut).
A gallant., WUconnln twain, whoso
horse broke uwav from tho sleigh In wlilcli
! belaud bis Innmofuta were riding, jumped,
out mid ifraggcd homotbo sleigh and dam
sel a distance of seven miles.
The Mormon sisters of Kphralm, Utah
(lay aside all the c;;g4 tlielr bum 1 ij- on
Sunday, and devote tho proceeds to pay
ing the fare of .Mormons desirous' of emi
grating from other nations. This is icr
t'ltnly uggingtbum on.
A nrgro woman wa relating her cx
pcrieni'O to agnplng rongrcgatlon of color,
and among other thing she satd fthn bad
been in lieuvon. One uf the ladies aikad
her, Sister, did you see Bny blacks in
heaven?' "Oil. ult out'? You s'noso 1
go in de kitchen when I was dur!''
Oliver Wendell Holmes, tho doctor
who gives people tils, (of laughing) sent 11
letter to tlia lioitolllcu of a Indie' fair at
1'itt'btirg. On the flrst pngi) lie wroto
Kmr l.nlv. wil nfVr thou urt.
Turn dim ponrlHiil with Ivmlfiot vair,
nit Interi-l. TI10 Rrat theologian of
fcrniiiiiy i rufurved, calm, (tvun some
ilme 10 a p.iitit of coTdncs, generally
unrein', and hIwkvs hopeful. Tho eronl
Voiu'li iiin'l ff ililo and llbernl In h'
h-. !, iiiiu-ii I j vtift.liv'e, and t.iri)
i g iwy with him an atmofphorii of
i.i- BMolioly ' hope. Dollinger Is never
outilnd by events, bo they lucky or un
lucky: llviicmthe relolees ami sutlers
but a liny-Allan. Those who are curious
in such subjects will And the story of tho
modern Stuarts fully discussed in the
articln above referred to, and fii'ibcr in
lormaMiili as to t'n. ti . v J. -nut uf tmi
cIimvhIiit, now dcceitcd, may bo seen In
tho Kdinburt; 'lteview' of July, 1801, and
in the 'St. James' miigazino of last month,
from which wo may bo pardoned for
quoting tho Pillowing extract : "Among
i :: 1, toi'KTu
with ever one. Tno simple, stolid 1 the most constant frequenters of tho rend
A'i'i I.U1I1, O Im-litliv 1 trmlilng Mi-Mr'
Tlicii ounlliou luvvat will bj iiiit. ."
On turning the ''poor leaf there was
found a one dollar bill, with some verses
' fair I. ly. I ft tliln yc unit tell
If Un-1 not h ntithiul trtier
Tim Itllifii i tlmii liirt-Kt rll,
Ami iiiii!l.t lo I can inul.r tiifc
The meeti.no of the opposers of the
temperance law, which met in Spring
field on Thursday, was not very large iu
point of numbers. Tiic convention
was addressed by Mr. Finesc, of Peoria,
Gen. McNcal of St. Louis and D. T.
Liuegar of Cairo and others.. A society
styled the " State Association for tho
Promotion of Personal Liberty," was
formed, the bead-centre of which is to
be located at Peoria. Wo give the res
olutions in another column.
THE HREWEUS' AND LIQUOK-
D KALE US, CONVEM1UM.
The JuNESBono 'Gazette' speaks a
favorable word for Hon. Jno. Ilinch
cliff, of St. Clnir county, for demo
cratic candidate for governor. " Mr.
Hinchcliff " tays the 'Garotte.' is unfor
tunately a member of tho present leg
islature, but ho has been in his scat
during tho entire torsion" certainly a
rare merit in a member of the Illinois
lc''isly turJ, and ono which deserves
tome substantial reward.
Gov. Palmer's dereliction from the
the principles of radicalism iu the
matter of the military occupa
tion of Chicago, lias hopelessly
injured him in the estimation of
his party. Neither repentunco nor
increased zeal iu its f-orvico will restore
him to his old place in its ranks. This
is hard, but it is the penalty radicals
must pay who err as Palmer has. The
Bunker Hill 'Gazette,' a strong admin
istration paper, pays the statement is
made on authority that Gov.
Palmer desires and expects the re-election
of Gen Grant, but "that tho
desire ami expectation of tho governor
is a matter of little or no moment to
republicans." l'oor Palmer.
Some facts lately made public by
Dr ILrri,- of tho New York board of
health on the subject of mortality
among infants are important and inter
esting Dr. Harris gives some inter
esting statistic, compiled from his
experience in infant and found ling hos
pitals. The difference between the
health and mortality of children eared
for with and without their mothers is u
fctartling proof of tho fact that 110 care
compensates for the lack of tho moth
er's, In ono infant hospital tho deaths
among tho children received without
their mothers, were yoventy-six in ono
hundred of the whole number received
in one year, among ihoo received with
mothers, ninetceu in one hundred. The
figures also show tho mortality among
infants artificially fed hy their mothers
is only in the proportion of one halfl
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10 mat aming imams icu in tne same
way by strangers.
Tno convention of the opposers of the state
tnmpcrmco law mat IP Sprlngtlclu on
Thursday. Tno resolutions, unanimously
adopted as the sense of tho convention,
urn as follows :
Whereas, the general assembly of the
statu has enacted a so called tcmperuncu
Ihw, which in cited is the prohibition of
ttiu sale ot spirituous liquors, a law out
ous In lis provisions anu aettructive or
tho rights of persons: and
V. livreas, when the present leeislaturo
was elected the tempuranco quouion was
not agitated, and ccnaequciitly our rep
rcscntutlvcs could not know the senu
incuts of tho people concerning the same;
Whereas, our representatives wcro not
instructed lo pass such law, nor was the
sublet discussed betoru the people: there
tore, wn the people 01 the siaie ol Illinois
In convention iinsuinuli-u, on resolve :
1. Tliut the movement to cnforcn sump
tuitry law, tliu ualuie thereof tending lo
restrict personal nouriy mm ilu'lits, is ruv
olutionnry and destructive, ntiu wo iilcdco
ouri'tJ'orts to procure their speedy ropoul
by nil Icgnl mid proper menus.
2. That the law is unconstitutional, bc
cauo It impairs the obligations of nil ex
isting contiucls for tho leming of prop
erty fur tliu nalo of liquors, made beforu its
3. Tlmt it is utterly repugnant to every
principle of comiiniu law and rights, be
e.uiiii it subjects tho property uf parlies
to sale by lugul process iu proceedings In
which hu I" not a party, and of which he
lni un notice.
4, That 11 law which makes oricinal
judgments of Justice of tho pence a Hen
upon real estalu is liotli impolitic anil un
safe S. That wo are opposed to tho so-called
temperance law because, while il hypo
critically utfects to bo in the interests of
the advanced morality, It Is only a specie
of clnss legishition In behalf of the wcuHhy
and against tho poorer but cqiltlly worthy
citizen, giving the former puwer to pu'uon
(as tilie-cO) wuiie the same is rcluscU to
C. Tlmt the attempt to tubititulo the
porsnnal nubility of one person for the
ncls of another is an innovation monstrous
and odious, and siibvenlvu of common law
riehts and personnl liberty.
7. That it obstructs tho production of
spirit anu wine producing grai'm 11 ml
fruits, thereby circumscribing our agricul
tural interests, the great source of wealth
in our slate
8, That while wo ubhor liubilual drunk
enness and the habitual drunkard as much
as any fo-ciilleil temporanco men, we
would ns law-abiding citizons readily sub'
mil to rationiil regulation of the liquor
trallc, nnd would umbo il a felony to sell
adulterated liquor of any kind, and such
as would require the keeping of respecta
tile r4tablisiimer.il', anu especially such as
would hold a common drunkard fur his
own aett reipuiirllile.
9. Tnat ihu geiiurnl assembly be re
spt'i-ffilllv and v.iriio-tly request'id lu re
peal ihu fuw or submit iho ijuotion to 1
vole of tho po.'iile.
10. That 111.011 the basis of the abovo
expressed principle we will form our hi
soclntion furtho preservation of the per
sonal liberty giiiiiantt'od us by tho con
stitution of the Uni'cd .State, mill thai
wo will agitato the formation of kindred
associations iu all the cities and towns in
the state, and endeavor to perfect a great
ctuurul union of nil tlwiu associations.
il- That wo will not irivo onr su
Icalurcs of I) .i.ingerdonnto an Intellect at
onco t'luvnl,-.! ami positive; tno asceno
visage of Hyuelntho (ho doe not look so
in UomoJ reveals tho mystical tendency
of his soul. Oolllngcr has nothing of the
priest in his exterior, and vory littlo ot a
religious character, but his manners are
noblo and distinguished : ho presents the
real tvpo of a professor uf historical
science. Father II vni inliir, on the con
trary, Is a priest by nature J tho sacerdo
tal 'character shows itself as clearly
through Ills lav garments as through hU
Carmelite robe and cloak : ho is nut a de
votee, but he Is pious. In conversation
Dollimrcr talks but little and with sim
plicity : his dhcourse Is alwavs forcible,
rarely eioquoni. itya'-iniuo is aiwas
olrquent. i)olllngcr is often abucnt, and
sometimes brusque. Ilyaclnlbe is always
atteiitivo and always gentle. Uoth have
tho simplicity ot youth, ine greatness 01
Uollinger consists in 111s learning anu in
his uprightness; tin greatness of llyncln
the is in his charity and in his consilience.
Uollinzer Is passive in his convictions,
and is content with resistlr.g evil,
Hyacinlhe is active, and feels tho 11
ccsity of protesting against Injustice.
Dollinccr wot.iu correct error ny reason
and logic; Hyacinlhe would effect tho re
lorin tv Uemoni-tration nnu example
Uollincer is exclusively German; helms
an entire faith in Ocnnan Idea' and an
ubsoluto trust In tho institutions of his
country. Hvac ntho is essentially i-rcnen
in h s oualltirs. nut cosmopolite 111 1114
sympathy. Ho loves humanity even bet'
ter than his euuit -y. D.illinger has 1
benevolent esteem for all mankind, but
It Is (lurmaiiv alone that he loves. The
life willed Dollineor leads l that of
sage; his houm that of a savant, hlcgant
simplicity and immaculate, cleanliness
relens throughout Ins apartments; the
only uvldenco of wenlth is in tho books
ami paintings, lie Is very ho-pltable and
seldom dines alone. His meal U gooil
but not sumptuous. His habits are simple
almoit austere. Ho rises at tlvu in tha
mornine. nnd soon after commences work
er ins ureukiast ho taKcs a cup 01 couee
with a little broid. and until one o clock
In the day is continually employed. Thon
comes the hour for dinner, at which ho
drinks neither wine, beer nor tea. He is
very ford of conversing with his eujts,
Afier dinner be receives his visitors, and
notwithstanding thnir great number and
his immense amount of occupation, ho
finds time to see all those who seek him
Towards four or Ave o clock ho sets out
for u walk, which latts sometimes three
hours, and whi-'h often parries liltn far
into the country, at tho risk ot fatiguing
his companion, lie sups towarus seven
In the evening, lie is sevcnty-lhreo
years of age, supplo and vigorous, and
looks much younger man lie is. 'i am
old, said he to me one day, 'and I shall
not live long enough to see all this, out
what has begun wll must end welt ; this
will he a radical reform of the Ohurch.
1 am certain of it."'
trig-room at the Ilrltish museum may be
noticed almost dally two gentleman, if not
old, yet advancing rapidly Into yours, and
dro ed In an unmistakably foreign cos
tume. A L'lanco nl tlielr'faccs will at
once remind you of the marked typo of the
Stuarts, especially about tho forehead and
eyebrows; and, indeed they might tit tor
tho portraits of Charles I and James II,
respectively. Tho frit nJs of these gentle
men sav incv are .l-'lin auuiesKi otuari
and Charles Edward Stuart, and they
have tiroufsof their descent us grandsons ,.f
the 'oung Pretender," tu.d wo believii wo
are not wrong in asserting that both of the
brother', when young, held commissions
in the trench army and served against us
at Waterloo, where one of them win in
strumental in saving the life of Napoleon
as ho lied rrom the Held. It Is tmit that
tho elder brother is busily enirHir.-d on it
work on military science. It Is the elder
brother who is now deceased."
During Nils-on's tour in this country,
there havo been several occasions when
when Miss Cary bus otl'ended tho tnichtr
queen of son c by lralnim; applause which
equaled, at loast, her own. 1 lie latest re
cord of this sort or incident is tnaao in
Huston, where, in the doling sceiio of
'Trovatorc." Miss Cary's aua was tro
mcnilomly applauded, and Nilsson rushed
in to continue the play without permitting
tno consummation ol ihu encore, nnd was
vigorously hissed. As she was not flat
tered at the hisses, she bit her lip and rush
ed to the lootliglits us II lo sptuk, but the
tumult was too gient, and she returned to
tier millions, continued the scenoMthH
play in spite of tho uproar, and disgusted
her audience bv this outbreak of jealou
ut.d linger '
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Fua ;flcrri.i, Laili.
LouiSVU.l.E is enjoying an interest
ing personal diflieulty between (ion.
liurbridgc and Col. Kvatis, the latter a
member of the legislature and both
republicans. The pistols and coffee
btago had not been reached at last
accounts, but it it was imminent. Gen.
Burbridgc publishes a card, iu which,
after stating that Col. Evans, temporary
chairman of the republican Mate con
vention hold iu Louisville on Wednes
day, had four times refuted to to recog
nizo him when entitled to the floor,
ho nay : ; " "
"In orde- to gratify his malicious feel
law'" toward in-, be is seeking tnetrect tho
imoTal of my widowed sister, postmls
tr" at H.mUiiuville, whoso husbund ws
murdered by u, rebel, in cold blood, and
the om res. or" TW Klt''r n n""k !
al CovlQSton, Kentucky" ' 1 " ih"v
to any p,.ltncal organization that will not
leeluru Vt ontuisition to all sumptuary
Tl,atour thanks aro duo to all the
(-. f.., V a l8llature who so man
fully battled ngaln.t tf,0 irMllB0 f ,10
1 , ' !i :,,,,a.u."Jul l;mvrH.,ee law, and
DOLLlN'GEIt AND I1YAC1NTUV..
In tlie second numbor of tha
tie Jlome "Un Ancient Ctttliolrjuo'f diuwi
a parallel between two ol the principal
antagonists of Pius IX.' now doema of
Papal infallibility. h
' Dolllimer is tho head of the Catholic
reform, Hyacinthe Iho heart. How ml
miraLlo are these two in in in their dii-
uinblarcel In tho reform movement, as
. in the order of nature, it was tho heart
thai first tent its efllux of life into the
Uti.ollc world. 1 refer to the memora
ble letter which Father Hyacinths; two
I ycurs aco flushed from l.U 'fill VAIlt nilt
and In which, prophet like.b, p,0llcteii
all the troubles of the Vatican Council
and protested against all its derWIom, as
though be hud received ibo ordijr trom
God himself, As -the heart is enclosed
within tho body, so this impulso of life
remained liHden, altliongh present in the
council. A parallel between
tin-so two eminent r..cn, drawn by one
who knows them well, will not bit ' with-
HE LIKES ANEKICA.
"Quasimodo,1' tho talented correspom
dent of the 'Times,' who has been inter
viewing Prince Alexis, iu Huvuna, thus
Correspondent; "Your Highncs must
bo tirod uftor t'riving about several hours,
and iltin at tablo several more ?
Alexis (laughing): I am used to that,
and haven strong constitution. If I had
not had one, my sojourn iu tho United
States would havo qualified me fully for
all such work. Tliu balmy air atone it
sufficient to mako any man f-'tl contented,
and I wish I could tako a piece of Culm
and it nlr to St. Petenburg, although the
countries aro very much alike In sumo res
pects, mosquitoes abounding in both
Correspondent : You don't like mosqui
toes then 7
Alexis: No, not a bit, I don't know of
a more dangcrousaniuml. Wnat building
is that down there ?
Correspondent: That is the Tacon
Theater, and tho large building you saw
on entering Iho port is the jail and peni
Alexis: I thought It was tho place, but
ought to have known belter, as rogues
generally live in the largest houses.
Correspondent: Have you Une jails in
Alexis (Inughin'.O : That's the first lime
I'vo been asked this question since I left
home. Peeple asked atout everything
relating to my country, my family and
myself, but they never said Jail or "misery
Correspondent: Perhtps they took it
for granted that you must have roguos
and jails. All tho houses hero must look
liko jails to you, with their iron rail
ings Alexis: They do not, becauso I have
been in Spain and seen similar houses.
How delicious the air is. If I had a ham
mock I would like to sleep here.
Correspondent: Tho air in New-Vork
would not mako you feel so Ht this .eason
of the year. Wonld you object to telling
tno how you liked your trip and sojonrn
In the United States?
Alexis: If I had iinytblng unpleasant
to my, I should remain silent, and not an
swer your question, but my stay was so
pleasant and tho ptnplo were so kind,
tliut I can only regret til it I could not re
m iln longer; and if I did not have my path
in life Ixid out for me, 1 snould like to live
In America altogether dividing my time
from May to January between New-Vork
and the prairies, a' depending the remain
der In New Orleans. I may go back tlioro if
Carrcspondont: Did you read the re
ports published about your futhf r having
ordered yi.u to return homu during the af
fair of your Into Minister?
Alexis: Let us drop that; tho story l
too ridiculous for any sensible, person to
beliovo or speuk about, and I think I'll
light another cigar and see what my young
friends over there are laughing about.
On walking over, tho joke was discov
ered to consist in a young Cuban, an aid
of Valmaseda, trying to pronounce som-i
Russian words, and finding them some
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THE CHEVALIER STUART.
Tho London 'Times' says: "There has
just passed away from among us, at the
ago of sovonty.tbree or seventy-four, 11
genlcnian who has for manv yi r been
Chevalier, or Count John Sobicskl Stuart.
I Is assertc.1 by hi, friends that h0 w as the
oldest grandson of tho 'Young Putendor'
and If this reallyjwere the case, If tho revo
lutlon of IU88 had novor occurred ami if
the strict Jacobiio theory of Divine right
were part and parcel of our constitution,
the nation at this moment would have
been In public mourning for tho loss of its
lawful sovereign. It may possibly bo re
membered that the roal btnurt descent of
this gentleman was questioned and ex.
amliied at considerable' length in an artlclo
which appeared in ti e Quarterly lteview
for June, 1847, and which vns known to
have been written by Mr. John Wilson
Croker, who held him to be not a Stuart,
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Meodola, Kreepurt, i n i, :'liliii)Ue, and
all ihiIiiih In III 11M-, Mii ouri,
Mluii-otn, Aiyeonsln and
town. And with
Lines running Kt and Weft lor
-I. I.ouis, HprniKhi'l'l Lnuistille,
CuieiiiiiKli, Iiidiinpoll, Columbus.
And at Clilengo Willi 3licliull Crniral, Miehliia
fcouilieiii, mid Pitlbur. Korl '.Vayne
ami CtnciiKo ItullroaUs lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk,
Sllnuy, lL.Mon, I'hllndeijihla,
Ningia Falls, Krie. lluttalo,
ew Yurk, I'ltisburK, Baltimore,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 2lth, 1H71, train
run as follow :
trains soino norm r iT.
i.prtc Virginia GMDa.ro
" Hjirinutleld 0:'M "
" Ta)(irvllle 1:W "
Arrive at I'ana 11:10 in
TRAINS OOINII MlUtliWSlT.
" Tnlorville 1:4
Arr'Te t rirliiictlsifl...ts;ta
Leave .SpuiiKrleld Js.'ii
. IS :ti p.ln.
.. 3.00 "
... s.-KO "
... 6:17 "
TKAINH OOI.SO tUL'TIISAST.
Leave hiliif noud b-.Wa.m
" Flora 8:2.5 " .......
Arrive at fcl:awneelown3:41p m
TIUI.SH UeiNO SUBTIIWtST.
Leave Shawnectown 6:15 a.m S.JOp.rr
" Flor 2:51 " 7;0N"
Arrive at bUewood 1:50 " 6:20
T!lo:3 a, in. train from F.dzevtooil, ruiis onl)
Moii'lnva. Wtilnt-HilnvH and Kri'luv-. mi l r,:4t.n,
train trom Hluiwneetown on Tuesdays, Thura
di ys and batunlays.
CoioiectH al Ashland with Jacksonville division
oi rhlcRKoand Al'un Itilroi, far Jscksonvilln,
I'elershurt:, Mnon City, and all nnlntsaest.
At Kpriniirleld. with Chicago and Alton, and
Tolpdo, Wabash and Western Railroad, Inr
lllooin.nctfin, Chicago, and all points north, north,
west and wesi.
At I'ana with Ind. and St. I.ouis, and Illinois
Central Railroad lor all points east, south and
At Kdirewood with Chlcsco Division Illinois
At Flora, with Ohio aid Mississippi Railroad.
AtHhaneeton, with steamboats for Cincin
nati, i'aducah, Cairn andPt, Louis.
Johs Foo-JiTT.Oen'l Fr'Ktaml TiekM Ab'i.
AND DCAltR II
EionTii Street, Between Washington
AND COMMERCIAI, AVENUEtl,
AdoliilsiK Kllteiilioiiao dr Ilniiuy'a,
Keep the I, fit of Reef, Poik, Million, Wa
Latnti, hausage, eic,, and are prmwred to serve
ciiliaos in the most acceptable uaunir.
FIRE AND MARINE
MATHUSS & UIIL,
C 0 M .MISS 1.0 N M V, KCHA NTS,
HAY AND WKSTERN 1'RODUCJ-:
.No. 01 OHIO I.KVKC,
fiut .;.. A I RO, I I.I.
H. M. JIULKN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer Foreign Fruits and Nuti
No. 134 CoiH3iercial-ave.,
I3STSTJ bJLlSr OE!
NIAOARA, N. Y.,
Assets ..ll,43l-,.21c ?
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
Assets 1.0C8.721 78
HANOVER, N. Y.
Assets - ..72C,M2 (J
REPUHLIC, N. Y.,
Assets .. . 71S.925 u
Comprislnc the Underwriters' Ajncy.
YONKERS, N. Y.,
Asset 78,4M ft
As-els I53.IM 23
firemen's fund, s. r.,
Assets C7S,(0 Of
SECURITY, N. V. MA1.INE.
Assets a ..l,43.',SI3 "I
QTOHK9, DwellinRs, Furniture, Hulls and Cai
O ln-ured at ra'.is as favorable as auun I.
oernisiient curilv wl'l warrant
I ri'speviiuiiy hk oi Hie eiutens oi (,aro.
r ol their pitrouare.
S'. II 1(1 II S.N.
CLOSE k VINCENT,
DEALEES liT TJXIEi
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Corner El Lit It Hirers and Ohio
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Merchant
1.13 OHIO LEVEE,
STRATTON k RIRD.
(.Successors toRtratton, Iludsoi A Clark.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO..
(Successors to K. B. Hendricks k Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
And Dealer In Foreign and Domestlo
"WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
97 Ohio Lovce,
Between Ninth and Tenth Streets,
reus AND IIIISKM.
II. LEVY & CO.,
wool, featiierm, ktc
Sa,L,lheral Advances rrr
Am prepared to receive, store ant orward
freights to all points and buy ar.U
sell on cornmiKslon.
WT-Buslness attendeu lo nrom:itlr
JOHN U. PHILLIS & SON,
(Successors to Jno.U. i'hillls,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
TENTH-ST. and OHIO
CHARLES M. HOWE & CO.,
No. 64 Ohio Lovce,
PARKER & BLAKE,
DIAL! SS IN
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
pptly, Deualse, Casollae,
WINDOW SHADES, J
And the celebrated illuminating
dross' mm.DiNo, con. IItu-st. com
Caixo, . - ULINOH.