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JOIIX II. OIIKIH.V A CO.,
Bulletin UiiilhinK, corner of 12,11
direct ami Wnliiii;toii nvcuuc,
All kin la of IHndln?nnd Ituhne 'b,!
ten lool pf Hat n eni-aped D'
11" it Mr. IIeI. who li lin.r innny
experience, In one. of best lllnderle of H. I-oui'.
"Superintend thU r.tnbliahment, we ran
B.lenlly tirnmlatour patron work cUl to '
of hut Ulnderr In I he wel. .
J0I1NII. OUKIir-r, IMItorand Publisher.
Tili-nmAV JIonsiNO, March 28, 1872.
Iht ofMii paper ol Aleramler ronnftnml 0 the city r
)i i.(e-iTi!Yil journnj tmnU, 6uf Icarlem out
;n(m on U-uhJc(i 0 (nlerert fo the ;inMie;
Hi( a larye. nfvi increasing circiuiiun, ic ui.uc
Im nolinh thepatronngeoi intelligent imc i and
Tiuhi or Ttir. DAti.r Hiilctini
Oi-n week, by currier '-
Une yearby carrier, inadtanco.., 10 it)
Ono month, by mull 75
Three monlln (2
Six montlm, I '25
O.10 year w
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY 1IULLETIN.
John H. Olwrly A Co. hare, reduced the ml
acrlption pnen of tho Weekly Cairo llullelln to
unt ixyinr per emnum. innuinir 11 ine cnenprrii pn
psrpubllthed in Southern Illinois.
The radlcnls of Ohio nro strong for
Grant, but insist that tlio immc of their
mnn Den 11 it on must occupy tho second
plnco on tho ticket. DlQ'ercnt county
conventions held in tho ttnto aU, express
Andy Johnson U visiting Niishvillo
TcnnuM eo,, nnd tlio politicians thereabouts
nro much exercised with tho fear that ho
may run for governor of tho state. If ho
does, ho will probably give tho administra
tion party somo trouble.
Merchants who huvo been anxious to
work off their ftock of ten and cofl'co in
anticipation of a fall in price consequent
on the expected removal of duties on theso
articles, mny dismiss their fears as to tlio
lmmcdiuto result. Thu liouso.bttl nnd son-
nto bill in rcforencototho subject nro said
to bo totally unlike, heneo tho one will
nullify the other.
The Connecticut election takes "place
next wouk, and botli political parties are
in tho field prepared to work. Ex-Sunn-tor
Doolittle of Wisconsin and Judge
Carponter of South Carolina will lobor
for tho democracy, and Senator Ferry
ami uon. Jiarnmun of .New Jiampshire,
with sovernl lessor lights of radicalism
will work fur tho administration party.
Sknatok "Wilson called on Sumnor
last week sent by tho high priests of radi
calism of "Washington city, to And out thu
rrocj-3? stto of that acntleman's mind on
carried tins declaration of Sumner's to his
waiting confreres :
"Wilson, do not deccivo yoursolf. Von
cannot mislead 1110. You arc hero for
Grant. You cannot chango my judgement
of him, nor alter my opinion of a party
that will longer shield his wickedness and
yield to his dictation. Go to Connecticut
and proclaim to tho peoplo what you con
scientiously know to uj untrue, but pump
not mo for politics."
A representative of tlio Brooklyn
'Euglo' who has interviewed Stokos, tiio
assnssin of Fiak.eayg that in nnothur month
the prisonor will bo 11 gray-headed man.
Ho has in his coll two canaries purchased
from tho stock left by Fisk, and tho pic
turo of Jn's only daughter, ten years of
ngc, now in Vienna with her "mother.
This child is said to bo very precocious,
speaking tlirco languages and accom
plished far boyond her years. Sho is
described as "a beautiful littlo irlrl. with u
vory sweet facu and wplomlid (lowing
IvAIiical shoots enlisted in tho tcrvico
of Grant aro permitted to loudly boast
that "Iloldcn, of North Carolina, who has
been impeached and removed from office ;
J.eed, of I lorida, who has been impeached
and will bo removed : Bullock, of Geortria.
who ran away to escape impeachment;
bcott, or South Carolinn. who is liablo at
any moment to travel tho samo road ;
Clayton, ol Arkansas, who stands n llvM..
chancoof being kicked out of tho United
States Senate all theso carpet-bag Gov
crnors and ox-Qovernors lift up their tune
ful voices and shout for Grant."
We have iieceivei) tho firt issuo of
tno Mlssftslppi Valley 'Globe publifhed
nt Capq (iirardeau, Missouri. Tlio 'Globs'
is an clght.paBei y.y newspaper, and
presents a very utlraclivi) appearance.
While it is tobaduvoi t UmintereUs
of Capo Girardeau and viehiity, t is hs
political in character, and " buVtovin..
the administration of Gon. Grant to bo 'm
tho main, wite, successful and patriotic, '
u win lauor lor His re-election. Not see-
Jtig through tho spectacle of tho -Globe,
wo cannot endorse its position in tin'.
respect, but wo aro pleased to place it
upon our exchange list nevertheless.
Ba.A Baltimore dispatch savs: Th
ccclenlattlcal invchtigation of tlio charges
iigaumuio Jiev. Jir. Huston, for alleged
immoralities, wiy begin tills week. 'J'h
ttxamlnlng cornmitteo aro tho Ituv. Mr.
Alison, of tho "ashiugton district, Mr.
Gardner, of FrodrU-ksburg, Va., and tho
register of tho Maryland Agricultural
college, 110 lialtlmoroans being umong
thorn. Tho-Investigation will probably
continuda month, nnd tho proceeding!, will
bo private. Tho charges iuclude almost
nil grades of Immorality. Letters aro
Wg received from Kentucky, Ohio and
(;Bla relullvo to Jiustoii'n previous
BGi.lho B&11 prmlcUr.0 chronicle road
this in a younu W0lniiI1 dlti Mon.
day-Awful heudwhe. Wonder f Helen
calls lo-day. Know sho i dying to And
out liov my green silk ilye. Sho hm
called and kissod mo twice. Tried to
leftrn If Shanks visited ofton. When I
.. ... ... . .. Itt. ,1jtn
snug, tlio malicious tiling unci, uu, "
Emily, wrap up when you go in tno sirect
this wealhor. Your volco is losing iw
clcarnes, darling.' Wish sho was dead."
n.01lvo Jiognn recently met Gonoral
Forrest, f Tonncsseo, and appears to
havo been somowliat astonished to And
l,l,u 1,0 of gontlomauly manners. "So
great was my surprise, " slio writes, "that
I laughingly said'. 'AVhy, General, T
tliouglit you woro a desperate tnonstor I '
'Madam,' ho replied, 'probably tlioto
northern soldiers nnd oillcers who woro
your informants, during tho war scarcely
remained long enough in my Immrdiatu
neighborhood to bo capablo of Judg
6Qy- A petition to Congrcs to prohibit
tlio calling of any moro children by tlio
namo of "Gcorgo Washington " is in cir
culation out West. Something llko tills
is due to tho memory of tho great irgi
nlan. Tho modern Gcorgo Wellington
lies mid steals outrageously. Ho Is nl
roady In jail In various parts of tho country.
Tho leaven of that "littlo hatchet seems
to work on nil who bear tho name, and In
tho death of cherry trees, their mischief
rises to tho lovol of ovcry crimo upon tho
ttpu Laughing gas or nitrous oxldo has
sins cnouL'h of its own to unswer for and
should not bo held accountablo for death
from other causes. It now seems that tho
death of a lady in a dentist's chair in Now
York city was in no way cliargcablo to tlio
nmcsthotic, which, in fact, was not used in
B9u A gentleman in tho vicinity or
Philadelphia recently lost his wife, nnd a
young miss ol six, who camo to tho funeral,
said to his little daughter of about tlio
samoago: "Your pa will mnrry again,
won't ho?" "Oh, yes I" was tho roply;
"but not until after tho funeral."
BQl.A Jewess in Cleveland, namo un
known, gavo birth to six children on Sat
urday afternoon, nnd soon after expired.
Tho children all died immediately after
birth. Tho woman resided on St. Clair
Tho April number of the
Magazine' is embellished with
engraved portrait of Charles
which, as tlio publisher announces, initi
ntcs a series of tho moro eminent men in
American public life. The portrait of
Mr. Sumner is a very handsome one, nnd
tho series will impart exceptional valuo
to tho current volumes of tho mngnzinc.
Tlio leading article of tlio April numbor
is n suggestive essay on tlio "Lator En
glish Foots," including Swinburne, Itos-
settl and Morris. Tho remainder of tho
contonts aro highly varied and interest
ing, nnd embraces "Wanderings in
Japan," "Brougham and somo of his Con
temporaries ;" "Dickens in llolation to
Criticism;" "Notes on F.ast Greenland:"
uf -t 1 .1 - ... -. . ......
Mendolssolin and his friends;" "John
Bright;" "Serpent Clinrming in Cairo;'
'Tho Kriegsspel, or Prussian gamo of
War;" "A Conversation," bv Arthur
Phelps; and "An Old Himalayan Town."
Tlio remarkable story of "Tho Strange Ad
ventures of a Pliteton," by William Black,
is continued, and the editorial departments
nro full as usual.
Published by K. It. Pulton, 108 Fulton
street, Now York. Terms, S5 00 a year;
two copies, !( 00. singlo number, -15
Tho Inst two weekly numbers of tho
'Living Ago' contain : "Wanderings in
Japan," 'Cornhill Magazine;' "Sir Henry
Holland's Uccolloctions," 'Quarterly Ilo-
viow; "Tho Jleligion of an Indian Pro
vince," 'Fortnightly Itcviow ;' "Mahom-
et," 'British Ouartorlv lioviow:" "Tho
Fourth GospuV 'Contemporary llovlow;'
'Tim Krli-ettppV 'Frazor'it Mann.llio :'
"English Rural Poetry,'' 'Cornhill Maga
zine ; "1 ho Situation in Franco," 'Econo
mist ;' tho continuation of "Tho Storv of
tho Plebiscite, by tho distinguished wri
ters MM. Erckmann-Chatrian, nnd of "Off
tho Skellig"," by Jean Ingolow; besides
short nrticlos, poetry, etc. Tlio subscrip
tion prico ot tins a I pago weekly maga
zlno is i?8 a year, or for $10 nnv ono of
tho American $1 magazines is sent witli
tho 'Living Ago' for a year. Littell
Gay, Boston, publishers.
a itrcii widow.
m. t . Jlrvaiit 8 nartv rocnivnd u-bll,,
in Havana many courtesies from Madamo
Oviedo, tho heroino of tho diamond wed-
umg in rov ork lu 1858. Tho Itov. J.
ii. urytim writes: "Sho was a Now York
girl, named Bartlett, who married, somo
years since, a rich old Cuban with ft tlnrm
of African blood. I am told. I ro nl,r
lliero was a great riolso about it at the, limn
in tho Now York papor. and llin vnt
sums of mono v that wero snout nttlm vm.
ding. Mr. Oviedo did not live long, mid
his young widow now lives in ins spacious
and splendid palaco, in all tho luxury of a
princess. Wo called upon her Sundav
night, to tiianU nor for kind attontinn, and
found her ulono with nnothur widow, a
isior-iii.iaw, younger than sho. Mrs.
"vuxio u an intelligent woman, 'talks like
A ,', uml fl'ums to understand all about
he poUtk. uf th0 island. I ,,,,, told sho
. "r uves hur business. Sho
' " 'V;..'tatlo,, near Man-
.... . sum MHn1it tlirt annul, lire
Thu income from it' . 8oo no ve
Slicis strongly in r;v,!;
dco not tall;
but siivs sho
A DIKQfSIKI) htm.lieil.
A Detroit ninn, who had contributed n
bundle of his cast-off clothing fur tho
relict of tho victims of the Minnesota llr.i.
received from ono of tho sufferers tho foil
jiiu L-uiiniiHiy uinn giv mo omoncbt
oinor tilings wunt ho called a iiaro of
jiHiits, aim twouiu maKu mo pant umo to
ware 'cm. I found your namo an whero
you nveu on ono oi tno poUits, my wife
ailed so whon I shode 'urn to her that 1
thot kliu would havo n conipshun (It. Slio
want, to no if there lives and brethes a
H',U'' .Ny.l!,1., k' Ker than that.
. . " ,u,u w.n 110 oner to bo takon
like to get 'am to hang by the tidu of tho
flro jiluso to keop the long In.'
-r r T' . 1 mvi" 110 vis b o means
of support. I coldnt get 'em on my " j" "
boy, ho 1 used 'em foruuii cues, 'm-
havo anothiir Pare to timrn mv u,ir.. .. .. ,
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1872,
ITS IMPROVEMENT BETWEEN
ALTON ANDBT. LOUIS.
AN ELABORATE PLAN SU11M1T-
TK1) 11Y TIIK HKOKK
TAKY OF WAR.
APPltOPltlATION OF NEAHLY
HALF A MILLION DOL
FOB THE PKO
Wasiiinoton, March 'JO. Tho sccro
tnry of war ha transmitted to congress n
statement from the engineers' department,
submitting plans for tho permanent Im
provement of tho Mississippi river bo-
teen St. Louis and Alton by a board of
cnglncor olllcora, nppointed to invostlgato
tlio present condition of-lho rivor between.
those two points. Tho recommendations
nro as follows:
1. It is proposed to cloio the channol
west of Ellis Island, so as to throw all tho
water through the eastern or harbor chan
nol at Alton. This is to bo dono by a
high or low dike, as, may ,bo determined
'J. Tho board do not bolievo that lliero
nro valid grounds for apprehending that
tho Mississippi will change its course so as
tollow into tlio valloy of Long lake, or will
form any considerable channel through
3. Tho proposition to provont, or at least
lessen, tho erosion oppoiito tlio mouth of
tho Missouri by roopening Mobilo chuto is
worthy of consideration, and they recom
mend that tho snags and other obstruc
tions which now obstruct tho How of water
through that channel bo romovod.
1. They prefer to protect; tho banks in
Sawyor's bend by revertmont rather than
to adopt tho plan of dollecting a portion
or all of tho voluuio of discharge through
5 Thoy nro of the opinion that the river
throughout tho entire length of tho city
front of St. Louis, should nnd will ovent
ually bo mado to flow In a pormanont
chnnnol, nnd that the eastern bank of tho
river will havo to bo brought up la a lino
parallel, or nearly so, to tlio opposito city
leveo at a distance from it at low wntor of
notjvertl,'J00 or 1,000 foot, and rendorod
pormanont. Tho presentdemands are that
from Biscliofl's diko down tho East St.
Louis levoe, tho chnnnol should bo con
fined within tho nbovo limit. To do this
thoy rccommond tho raising and extension
of tlio two Venico dikes and tlio long dike,
nnd thoy bellevo that wlion those dikes
shall havo been built as proposed, tho de
mands of business will soon cause tho ri
parian owners to All in between them,
and to connect tho end of tho dikes bv a
continuous lovec, thus giving 11 permanent
river bank as demnnded.
0 They point out tho necessity for, and
recommend, careful measurements of the
slopes and volumes of the river at the
highest nnd lowost stages, nnd careful sur
veys of tlio bsd of tho stream at all places
whore tho general navigation requires an
Increase of doDthnt low. water lirtwenn St.
which tho loifowlng estimates uro submit
ted: Forerection of a diko at tho harbor
of Alton, six feet nbovo low water,
$40,000; for tho protection of two miles of
bank at Sawyer's Bond, $M2,'JUG2; for
tho extension and raising of dikes in tlio
northern harbor of St. Loul? S107,3i3 90
for a survey of tho Mississippi rivor from
St. Louis to tho mouth of tho Ohio river,
30,000. Tosai, $10'J,C35 52. In addi
tion, Lieut. Col. Reynolds likowise recom
monds tho appropriation of $,J5,000 for the
romoval of obstructions in Mobilo chute,
as well ns the employment of the snag
boats provided for western rivers,
recommendation in which tho secretary
concurs. Ho therofore recommends the
appropriation of $135,000 for tlio purposos
DID HE SAVE THE COI NTISV ?
I'rom I he Cincluiifiti Coininercial.
iiioiervcni i-ornoy wa, wu supposo,
justilicd in bulng able and eloquent when
lauing leavo oi tno employes ol the l'hil
adolphia custom-house, but the charitable
hess that wo havo for twaddle on such oc
casions, largo as it is, will not cover this
" I remember Grant as tlio man who
saved my country and yours ; I remember
how no seized our cause when it whs sink
iug almost for tho last timo, and boro it to
victory ; I remember his patience and liia
persovorenco; I romembor how ho avoided
complaints to tho authorities and appeal
to tho peoplo; I remember whon iticli
mond foil ho refused to ride through that
conquered city at tlio head of his victori
ous army, uut quiotly ruturned to his fam
ily then in row .lorsoy ; I remember how
ho abstained from' the presidency till it
was lorceu upon mm, aim mat, but for
him in 1808, wo should have bcon defeated
oven by Seymour nnd Blair."
A moro slckonlnir specimen of svon.
pliancy than this was never uttered. Mnku
the most of Grant's military record, and
wo aro not disposed to bulittlo it: nnd tho
assertion that he saved tho country is an
untruth, a slander and n folly. It is an
auti-Uepublican falsification of history.
Tlio man who will shout ovor Grant as tho
man wno saved tho country, bus but one
moro stop to take, and that not a long one,
to become a monarchist. They utter stuff
who uso sucn purascs, as unit when our
canto was sinking for tlio last time Grant
seized it. A tcachcV who would allow a
pupil to writo such lliisornble.
falsification in a school exercise
without rebuke, would deserve dlschargo
nnd condemnation. Tlio spectaclu of mul
titudes always seeking excuse to worship
somebody running to idol worship hcacl
long is discouraging to those who desiro
topromoto tno uitimatu triumph ot Jtc
publican principles in tho world
Why Grant ret used to ride
through Klclimond wo don t know or
earoibut it Is necessary to say that tho
exceis of modesty claimed for him in this
easo bus not been shown in his innumera
ble journuy ilnco tlio war. If there Is
deep anxiety fur retirement uml ii modest
longing fur quletudodlsplayed lu tho sixty
llioumnd miles in .peelal cars since the
lall ol Uichmond, wo fall to eeo It. After
1' orney a talo of tho negotiation that led to
'"n l"fU'' ltUUi tor, 1,10 l'resldency, in
which that-olllcu was dickered about in tho
spirit o a horse trade, ho ought not to have
relurrcd to Grant's remarkablo abstinence
fpim f lin limIilr.tiin 1 1 ...... f . .
irom tno presmoney. ij0 cvlduntl v looked
upon it as a question of money and per
tonal position, not of usefulness nnd dlir-
uiy. An i u ii n true that no ono but
Grant could havo saved us (runi Seymour
and lilair if -lio mint go on saving the
country ovor and over again what is to
become of us whon he Is gono? Is tliero
any uent capablo ot succeeding mm t or
U Lieutenant Fred, likely to bo grown in
timo to tnvo us 7
, ARIZONA HOHUORS.
e.vcitino sceneh ok ltkvknue and
I'rom the Hjn l-'rnnclwo AUn, March 17
Tho recent bloody scones enacted at
Adnmsvillc, Arizona torrltory, have boon
roported by telegraph, Wo havo been
parmlttcd to copy oxlracls from two pri
Vttto letters, which woro written by eye
witnesses, and which corroborate former
statements. Ono gontlaman wrltos on tho
morning of tho 3d inst, ns follows:
"Wo nro in tho midst of an Intonso ox
citoment. As I wroto to you, McFarlnnd
has been murdcrod, and no traces of his
remains havo boon discovered ; but n
Mexican named Gandarn has been sus
pected of killing him, or at least of know
ing something about tlio business. So on
Friday night a party of tho wlilto settlors
headed by Charles Mason, went for him,
which resulted in tho killing of Gnndara,
not, however,, until Gandara had killed
ono of tho attacking party ono Charles
Burdoll. This occurrence mado tho Mex
icans furious, utid it nhirmcd us so that
wo dispntchod nn express to Camp Mc
Dowoll for troop', nnd also to tho gover
nor for protection. It so happened that
tho covornor was onlv twentv miles off.
with a dotnehment of troops, and ho Is
horo now with twenty men. This lottor Is
written in tho morning, and Adnmsvillc
promises to bo livoly to-day.
From nnothcr letter of "later date wo
learn somewhat of tho scones that followed
thnt day: "Had n kind of a storm at
Adamsville last Sundav, from 10 o'clock
A. M. to 3 o'clock P. M. Oho thousand
pounds of ammunition and two kegs of
powder wero burned, ltcsults wore: two
Mexicans killed, ono wounded, and ono
American wounded. Among tho killed
wns the notorious Manuel Beis. The
Mexicans nro much excited, and many nro
leaving in squads for Sonora. Gov. Sal
ford was thero with a squad of soldiers,
also Col. Morrow, pavmnstcr, with his
escort. 'Marshal' Uickenson was also
present, but tlio boys meant 'biz' and tho
troops could not preserve tho peace.
American citizous havo mado up their
minds on tills rivor that nil Mexican des
peradoes must travel. I am hero with a
party to search in tho well of Pancho
Gandara for the body of William McFar
land. Wo had tho rumor ycterday that
the Pimos had found tho bbdy with tho
arms and legs cut off, but on marching
here (Black Water) last night found it to
bo n false report. Do not anticipate any
furthor trouble. "
w. ir. Monnis,
U. 11. CANVEE
No. Tub. anil U. 8. Com.
FIBE, HULL, CABGO, LIVE STOOK
Ast J5,Ma,60l 97
NOitTH AMZIIIC'A. I'A..
AsietJ 2,763,000 .
Asset 2,54V-1 I'1
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
A"",t ....1,SM,318 17
Asicts 70C,W 0
Am-1 515,073 8a
AMEItlCAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets 600,000 00
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIKE,
Aet ao.wo.ooo ot
TRAVKLEK'b, IIAItTFOIlD, LIFE AND
Assets 1..WO.0OO Ot
RAILWAY 1'ASSENnEllS ASSURANCE
A0ts- 600,C( i
SAFFOUD, MOItltlS & (JANDHH,
71 SHilo Levee,
City National Hank, CAIHO. ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
A,8flts J1.13C.2IC 2
Aw,et .' '. 1,068,721 73
HANOVER. N. Y.
Assfls ..72C,8G2 00
UEI-UIILIC. N. Y.,
AsselJi .711,025 00
ComprisiDK the Umlerwntera' Agency.
YONKKRS. N. V..
A 678,161 fl
ALII ANY CITY,
' vikkmk.n'h FUND. H. v..
Ainota, C78,bOO H6
KKCURITY, N. Y. MARINE.
SIOltKH, Ilunllingi, Furniture, Hiilla and Car.
got-H, in.-iired at rutea u fuvuiiiblu aa aoiind.
lieriimncnt aeciirilv will vturrunt.
1 reBiiwdully auk ot tlio citizeDs of Cairo, a
ahare ol thxlr patrunaiie.
'. W. 1I170IIKN.
- -J . .. J.A
(Suvccaaor to I. Kaup.)
WIIOLESAIiE AND RETAIL
FI REWORKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, ETC.,
10'J t'oimncrt'lnl Avfiuie, bptweeo
Nlslli nud Notentli Nlrcela,
COMMIHMION AND rOUWAKDIlfU.
0. D. WILLI AMSON.
' - -
No. 78 4lllo I.CVCC,
CAIRO, I LM NC 18.
ritcd lo coniigtitnti.
GROCER and CONFECTION'
And Dealer Foreign Fruits aud Nutj
No. 134 C'jmmorcial-ave.,
C'LOSK & VINOBNT,
Ckjiknt, Plaster Paiiu,
PL A ST Kit E It'S HAIJl,
Corner Elklb Nlrcct ul Oblo l.rvcr
MILLER & J'ARKKH,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Outs, Hay, etc.
AGENTS for FAIRHANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
STRATTON & JJIRD.
(Successors toNtratton, iludron A Clara.)
57 Ohio Lovce, Cairo, Illinois
General Commission Merchant
isi mun i.v.vvv
J. M. PIIIliLII'S & CO..
(Succeiaors lo Ii II. Hendrick. A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
WfgSSMUral AUrancfi mr
Are prepared lo receive, ilorc an( orward
Irulglitn to all polutaund buy act!
ell ou cotiimihiloD.
'Buaineaa allenileil lo promiitlr
CHARLES M. HOWE & CO.,
No. 64 Ohio Levee,
JOHN 11. nilLLlS & SON,
(Muccemorn to Juo.D, I'lulln,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.;
Cor. TENTII-ST. and oiiio levee
D. Z.MATnUSS. t. C. UHI,
MATIIUSS & UHL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
No. Ol OHIO LKVER,
A Slit St$ AIKO.ILL
CARL L. THOMAS,
now prepaied lo tetpond promptly to all de
manda for hla aerviue,
SHOP-COR. 8T1I-BT. AND CoMM KltCAL-A V
III the Perry llouvr,
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CKA. KlIOtMHIVIl. Hit MAM "CHICK
CIIAS. SCIIOENMEYER fc CO
I'll ml I ti r Itrpnlrlng,
All order promptly attended lo.
NORTIIWKJtT COKNKII or WASIIINOTON AV
KNUE AND TENTH feT
O. Drawer 12M.
BTJTCH IE IR,
AND DrALtS IN
Eiqutii Street, IIetwken Wasiiinoton
and Commercial avenue,
Adjoining KIIIpiiIioiina V lliiimy '.
Keep the l.eit of lleef. I'ork. Multon. Vra
LhiiiI), Hauaxe. etc., nnd are prepared lo acrre
t.Mtfiii id in mom ucccpiahic n antivr.
lulcticr aud Dealer In all Illud I'rrHli
CORNIE .NlVlTttVTlt AN a PuMAIl &TItT,
BUB and nlaURhtera only the verj heil rattle,
Iiori and Mieep, and i prepared lo Ell any
demand for freah moan from one pound lo ten
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol eTery description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
Furnished on chortmt notice.
Commercial-av, bet. 10th and llfh-sts.,
Notice la hereby clven that nn Mom ay, tho
r day of April, 1872, mi election will In-Vl'l'l
tho ArnlieiiKlnn huo, in toHliaMp 17 o tlV
.n.. 1 weat. county of Alexander a 1 Lt r
Illinois, fur tho iiurpuae ot clecth,,' one school
director lor sahf lonsliln. Tim poll" wil bo
opened lit U oVIoel; In the forenoon,' .",1 cliaont
6 o'clock lu the afternoon of Iho .amo day.
I'. Ill'UU, ) ,
J. It. Jinn, .Scliool Dircclors.
,, . . ,, M, ll.llAuum, I
ruled Ihn 21st day of March, 1872. ''
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And Denier In Foreign nnil Uotnealla
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
1)7 Ohio Ijcvco,
llplwret. Ninth and Tenth Elreeta,
JOHN 11 AT KM, Proprietor.
1UC Commercial Avenue, CAIKO, ILLINOIS
riet brand of Callfc UCIjara Juat racelrcJ,
HI 1. 1. UHI) aaloon Inrnlohed with the Wnt ol
tablet : and liar anmilled with nine, li'juora
an. I elsara of lh lino. I liranda.
I It Y ii t ( t N.
C. 11 AN NY.
KENTUCKY JEANH, EXTRA,
U AOS') RAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF CARP.v.TINO
(JILT II AN Da,
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8tII HT., AND COMMKRCU
JOHN II. CANNON k CO.,
tjnaceiiora to K.
0. TUTTLE A Co., Wholeiala
502 .V. 1'ourlli Slreel,
Cor. St. Charlci,
HlxTialalten llongifen ordtrt, leand fatufae
lon uurraute4. 2 ll.dlai
0. WINSTON k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
71 (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO LEVV
Ruv ano Skll Real Estate,
FURNISH AilSTRACTS OF TITLE
A t prerara CKKTeyanrea of Rlnda.
H. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
f!aa Filter's. and I'lamher'a malerial, Woo
piunpa, g ul un.l anxle valvn, atop
oock-M, check valves, etc.
auo aokit rou
Tiilts llrollierN Pulcnt Ilry Meier
And Slnrehause, Wella li Co'a Aulomatlo Water
indlcaiar and Supply Valve forateam hollr.
WINTER'S IILOCK, COMMKRC1AL-AVEKU
HOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
TWENTIETH HTREKT, A
llelwcen Waalilngton aveuuo andJPoplar street