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SATURDAY EVENING. JUNE 5, 1869.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO
A WORD TO SUED Y OLD CROAK
ERS. It Ih a" lamontablo fact, that every
community possesses citizens entirely
devoid of energy and with an inordinate
hatred of everything that smacks or en
terprise. Constantly complaining of the
presont, they do nothing for the future.
They aro of tho past, and as useless as
Cairo is dho uufortunato possessor of
.- 1-1 . 1 .itUn ACA
n Dumuor 01 men 01 mis uiuu, nu
distinguished for thetr afciliiy as croak
ers and loafers. Au Improved plow, or
other agricultural Implement, shocks
them beyond expression. TJio telegraph
Ih yet a mystery to thm, and they scout
the idea that tho world ia round.
"On Jordnu'a stormy banks I stand," Is
their favorite hymn, and "Yankee Doo
dle" Ih to them tho crowning glory of
patriotic music. They havo not yet
altogether recovered from their detesta
tion of suap, "Idled shirt" and "storo
clothes,'' andabdVd nil thlngrf doleitablo
they hate "a new-comer." Krotn tho'
pertinacity with which they cling to
life there can be no doubt that thpy have
learned to live, but no one can nwrtthat
they havo lived to learn.
Just at this time theso croakers arc
luxuratlug In a grand howl at the tobac
co warehouse enterprise. They know
It Ih a "monopoly," bectiuse Messrs.
Halliday, Baflurd, and other energetic
citizen, rather than allow the enter
prise to fall, stepped forward and sub
scribed for a majority of tho shares of
the capital stock. Why did not the
oroakors enter Into thociiterprlso? They
had abundant opportunity ; and have
even yet. Thoy can.havo all, or Just as
much of tho block as they want by ap
plication to the director of tho company.
Ko, como forward, croaker, and break
up thli monopoly. Don't be bashful.
A little nprutof uiieigy will. do you good,
and will not hurtulio city;" You 'cuti bo
of far more benefit to the'jjojnmunlty by
attempting to forward pulnie erltorprlecs
I ban by fitting, dnwn like nr? loons,
dlgtrtlng everybody with your silly
bosh about Taylor, Halliday and Sallord.
Try to be of .some account to your neigh,
lrarn, if youcan't by to youri-clve". Star
tle yourselves by at least attempting to
tlofoinetlilnir. Since you can't be orna
mental, try to bo useful; and for the
sake of any little reputation you may
yet havo for f-anity let the "Taylor cry,"
and tho "bank cry," ami the "monopoly
cry" alone until tb noxt municipal can
vas. Thone orlos may then be Ueeful, but
Just at this time they belong to the ver
nacular of crazy men, angry men and
the intkrna'uonal pacific
This proposed road, with II initial
point at Cairo, rMiwfvod'a thorough air
iug at thcNcwOiIeuus Commeclal Con
vention ; "and. although 'the report of tho
innj.irl'y of the committee In Its favor
was not uccepUd by the convention, wo
are puticflcd that tho seed of success has
been plunted and In a short time will ob
tain a vigorous growth.
When tho Cairo delegation arrived In
New Orleans there were but two men in
the con volition who advocated tho inter
national road Coin. I'aiaonsamlForche,
the former of Houston, and the latter of
Galveston, Texas; but when the conven
tion adjournal, it had a ho.it of warm,
enthusiastic friends. The gentlomen
named, both men of ability, together
with Mr. William l Halliday, who was
tireless In his labors for every scheme In
tho remotest degree o( any interest to
Cairo, worked liicewaiitly for the pro
posed road, and actually secured the
votes of ten out of fourteen committee
men. Tho four who made tho minority
report never attended a meeting of the
Committee, and were absolutely In the
interest of ono of tho numerous railroad
rings of Memphis. Tho speech mado by
Col. l'urons before the committee was
oue of the ablest wo ever listened to, and
pro'luccd a telling ifi'eet upon all who
heard it. If tho Col. hud not been
"choked oil'" In the convention, tho vote
upon tho report would not, wo are catis
lied, have resulted as it did
lint die end is not yet. Tho Interna
tional in in e, beginning at Cairo and pass
ing on an air lino through Arkansas,
Texas and Mexico to tho Pacific coast,
seven hundred miles shorter than tho
proposed thirty-second parallel route,
iravernlnx a country rlelf In pasturage
and mineral!-, and the rival of no other
route, will yet bo constructed, and will
bo of groat benellt to the "West and the
Castas well as to the South; and be, too,
all that the Southern people can want,
notwithstanding tho silly talk of foolish
mou at the South, who twatlillo with
sectional tongticaaud demand a southern
road all on southern noil, to ho u-ed ex
clusively by southern men to further
it- Ttrrrrfr:t '
The Viceroy of lSgypt Is so much fright
eued by tho attempt lately made to u
sasblualu him in hN box at tho Cairo I he-
ater, 'hat hiisalil to have waived I"
take up his residence in Tarl-i, and never
to return to Egypt.
Words tliat burn A diutiuuary in the
"DEAD DRAGS' OR DRONES IN
"rJlE CAIRO BEEHIVE.
The time wm .when Cairo property
was readily avallablo at Its cost price.,
The citizen who bad a surplus of a few
hundred, dollars could invest it in city
property, fully assured 'that It was a safo
deposit of bis funds at a good Interest.
'-The monetary ' rvullon bad Uusi
new " 'rtfitratloti following tho close
of tho war wrought ah undesirable
chango In this state of affairs, not
only In Cairo, but throughput the
whole Mississippi yalloy. In Cairo tho
change has been seriously felt During
the past few years property has not been
in request, and thoso wlio Invested for
speculative purposes, have failed to re
alizo tholr expectations. No properly,
In fact, is changing hands, and forced
tales would bo attended by considerable
sacrifices. Discouragement has not been
Lorn of IhTs" condition, however, fortho
reason that tho enervating Influence is
widespread,. Involving Cairo to no great,
or extent than other localities.
Ye,aro .ipV however, passing from
under this cloud. The railroad and other
enterprises to which wo havo been look
iug to(giyp us a now Jmpo.tus, are taking
shape, unci inspiring an Increase of con
ildcuce Ih the minds of those capable of
appreciating their certain effects. Shove
aside tho veil that bars our sight Into the
l!toUIiUo.ruturo, andlWo Hte Cairo: full
handed with business, thrifty and pros
perous. Men who can look, thus, be
toeirect, aro already encouraged; and
working with conimcndablo zeal to
ittlon a realatX6r,dfiicIexcctaton9.
Hut there aro "men In Cairo -property
h'oldcrs, at that who close their" eyes
upon the future. They talk ilcapontll ug
ly; croak 'of coming evils; seo nothing
about as miserable as tliey deserve to be.
'I he railroads built, building and ' pro
jected, according to tho logic of these
men, will amount to nothing, for they
aro or will bo monopolies; our banks are
monopolies tithe tobacco market) estab
lished in opposition to like markets else
where, is a "monopoly ;'tho Ohio and
Mississippi rivers are both monopolies
everything Is a monopoly, and Ifthcyjlle
for it, lucy wut nave uoiuiug to tionwnn
"monopollen " Such crenturcH as " these
pour'out their complaint at homo iuud
abroad; declaro that the town- is euleii
up by taxes, maroveryimug is wniuny
mismanaged, aud that things generally
wear an exceedingly tf npro'irllsfng aspect.
They talk and act as If nothing whatev
er was required of them Individually;
that it Is somebody else's duty to build
theclty; that somebody olu should Incur
all the risk and responsibility, and ttiat
somebody cho Is answerable for the di
times which ihey are compelled to endure.
Upon tho shoulders of these men, In a
Kreater measuro titan anywhere, clsu,
rests the responsibility for till that there
Is unpromising or discouraging in the
prcsuut aspect of ourufTalrs. When they
should have' aided ,tlio establishment of
ferries, tho building of railroads, wagou
roads and bridges, thoy havo hharply
suapped tho clasps of their purees, refused
toglvo'dce'htV&nU'yelled Wifdriopo'ly" at
tho backs of thoso moro liberal than them
selves. When they should havo "talked
up" tho town, thoy havo "talked it
.UowiiIwuuthey. shouldhavo shown
strangers tlie,bj,fturesuud character
istics of our city, they lia'vo shown them
tho worst; knd when thoy should have
united with tho public-spirited citizotis
of tho'Kle In 'bull'dinl? lif nTiblfc con (-
'tleiico? ill enlisting men anil moheyfrom
abroad, they havo stood aloof and given
vont to dolorous predictions of evil to the
loUVnnd,,aisaBtir o,JTtf enliiHsrs.
Neither by word dot deo'd havo these
men duno anything to build up either
l,llUt.t.tU. AWIllll.ltnrt.tllAJrtl.MI. - 1T..ll.ll..l.
dsrustful, (llspopillng atnl cloe-fisted,
they ltavo industriously sought to mako
selves, 'i io neavleit pIouO. jCairo has to
carry to-day is mudo up of theso tlrelms
oruabpra;. t)ieso ,c)ogs to the enorgy of
bettor mou ; these growlers over u condi
tion ofthin'gH'fot' whlcjj thoy arotualnly,
If this clasb' of citizens' would lend
every onrprlzulooklug.to the advance
ment of tho city a generous aid; If they
Would open their purses aud mouths In
tho city's behalf; If they would look at
jlho.brlghlsido ofthe picture, uud .talk
as Industriously for tho city as they now
talk against It; If thoy would Join tho
"monopolists" h,thelj: efforts to build
wagon ro itl-i bridges, rallroutU, markets,
ct'c,;aud.lf thoy would euoourMgelubor-
ors, mecliaulcs, niautil'itcturers and
capItalUtatOHettlJahipng'u's, instead of
driving them u way,, the day w.n;dd soon
return when ewy Cairo property holder
would sou himself whnlb again"; see his
Investments in town lots or houses t-afo
audUvallublu; and the city generally
allvojjv.llt, ,busneNs,-Ttlirftyuad pros-
puro"us. Will l hey do this; or will they
tfeltiy such h consuuiatioii by maintain.
Ing tho repu'atfoit thpy have earned as
Tlioaida-o 'jhCiool njarms jHtfee
Cltv, Florida," take frequeut cafriage
irives with the colored ladies and gef
An exchange says that "Miss Carncs,
of Baltimore, who recently shot and
killed her seducer, was tried by a Jury
and acquitted," adding that "the popu
lar feeling demanded and will sustain
If this wore an isolated case, but little
importance would attach to It; but hav
ing) as it docs, a counterpart in tho his
tory of nearly every considerable town
aud city of tho country, it ovldonccs a
growing sentiment that Is, to be depre
cated and condemned. t , .
The man who blasts the reputation of
a confiding woman is a villain, descrv
ingof death ; but that publlo feeling that
will Justify his killing at tho hands of
ids victim, must not be encouraged or
oven countenanced by those who would
maintain the supremacy of the law. It
will, in time, uproot the very founda
tions of society, and give to the mob the
functions of tho judiciary. Recognize
the right of a wronged woman to kill
her seducer, and you say to tho depraved
female, "spot your man," declare that
he has seduced you, shoot him down,
and public sentiment will sustain you"
Herein is the vory essetico of mob-law,
and tho Jury that yields to too pressure
of such a sentiment Ignores thoJaw,
their oath aud their duty. Oue wrong
does not Justify another. The wo.nan
'whJ klJIV th6 man who wrrfngctl her
may have, our, sympathies, but. these
must uot shield her from the stern oxnc-.
ilotis of the law.- Munlerls uono the less
murder because tho delicate finger of a
woman ptltfs tlio rigger that speeds the
buijei on I If fatal mission. , If her
wrouus cannot -bd righted by tho law,
let 'iUb ."popular kentlmentV'riijht' llio
law, and .pp't, override it. '
The law,hpuld apply to all; responsi
ble Creatures, abd that feeling' that
would screen t(io',gullty'party becaue
must not be tolerated. Tuey must havo
protection, but not protection from Jut-
lice. The man who wrongs them niii-t
bu punished; but their right to Judge of
the measure of the punishment and then
indict it must not beackuowledged if we
would rem tin a law-abiding, law-gov
erned people. Temper Justice with
mercy, aud then apply It alike to man
SHAMES SHAME! SHAME!
Tho O'riuiil Army of tfie tcimi.ifo.
through Ucu. Logan, has Issued a letter
dihcoiiutciiMUcing the decorating of rebel
soldiers' graves, aud explaining their
action in placing a guard around con
federate graves at Arlington last .Satur
day) nayliig that tho Marines merely
obeyed the orders which had been given
them. Washington 'Telegram.'
What think patriotic, christian men
of this woifii than barbarous order; this li.
suit to the ashes of "tho dead that reck
not;" this feludish ha e that pursues Its
object beyond tho portals of tho crave?
Least a (lower should be thrown upon
the llttlo knolls that cover the con
federate dead at Arlington, a cordon ot
forbidding bayonets was placed around
them, through (Jenoral Logan's orders!
Oh! shame, where Is tho blush?
Tho Chicago 'TiuWiaayH Mr. Itlchard
Yates Jias bepn making his peaco, with
Mr. If. S. Grant's relative, the postmus
tor at Jacksonville. Said postmaster Is
tho office holder whom Mr. Itlchard
Yates sought to remove, in order to put
his brother Abuer In his place. Brother
Abncr was nominated and continued;
but when tho enemies of Mr. It. Yates
heard of It, they seized upon it as tho
opportunity they had long waited for to
embitter tho mind of U. S. O.aijaliist
tho man. whoso right hand signed tho
commission that gave said U. S. G. to tho
country. Tho result wtis that brother
Abner never got his commission, aud
Grant's relative, UMad 0f Yates' rela
tive, holds the office.
Throughout the South tho "bloody
handed rebels" decorated tho graves of
tho rebel and federal dead aliko. No
bayonets wdrethero to keep flowers from
Union graves; no hearts unrelenting
enough to desire them. Tho pcoplo of
too South are traitors, cut-throats uud
At Arllugtou, In the North, soldiers
stood about the rebel graves to prevent a
floral tribute. Tho htroio Logan so or
dered. The peoplo of tho North are pa
triots, philanthropists uud christians!
Col. Goshen, tho great Arabian giant,
has bought a farm near Algonquin, In
McHenry county, whero ho Is how re
siding. He is seven und a half feet high,
weighs 014 pounds,-aud, with ono excep
tion is tho largest man In tho world.
Ho Is u'riatlvu of Jerusalem, and1 carrio
to tills couutry nluo years ago. Ho is
very Intellectual, aud speaks twenty dif
A 7io6.'c victory has tho christian hero,
Logan won 1 Ho has kept flowers from
tho graves of the confederate dead who
sleep at Arlington 1 In a battlo with tho
poor dust aud bleaching bones of "our
'aPOSWa,!' tothWl tr.l,utn,ihedj ,Ho
has Insulted the dead! Noble hero!
Immaculate mas!" The1 deed Is worthy
A series of earnest resolutions In re
gard to tho '"malntenahcVo'f' peaceful
and friendly relations between the two
great Protestant Powers" of the world,
wore on Tuesday adapted by tbe general
assembly of tho old school Presbyterian
church. Ail tho churches of this couutry
were exhorted to offer fervent prayers to
Almighty God for peace, and an affec
tionate appeal waa made to tho Christ
ians of Great Britain, to "Jolnrln liko
supplications to our common Father in
Heaven." Lord help us!
Tho nirtMfctlMt ttf ClilUMbuH.
The question of Columbus' birthplace
has been almost as hotly contested as
that of Homers. A succession of pam
phlctcers had dlscu.scd Die pretensions
of half a dozen different Italian villages
to be the birthplace of the great navi
gator; but still archuirlldglstH w'cre di
vided on tlio subject, wiien at a compara
tively recent period tho discovery of the
will In whiuh Columbus beiiueathed part
of his property to the bank of Genoa,
conclusively settled the point In favor of
that city. "Thence I euine," ho says,
"and thero I was born." As to the date
of his birth there is no such direct evi
dence, aud conjectures aud inferences,
founded on various statements In his
own writings add lh6sd of his' co tempo
raries, range over tliu twenty years from
1 HO to MM, in attempting to assign llio,
precise tiino.of,.lls4aipearuuco Jni? tho.
world. Mr. Irving adopts'thd earller'of
these two dates, upon the authority of a
lomark by lieriiclilt s, tho curate of Los
Palauios, which speaks of the death of
Columbus in tho year loOOV 'at a good
ago, belug-VO-ydrars Id,-a litlle-moreor
le.-s." Hut this stHjlemvut has au air of
vagueness, and is, moreover, inconsist
ent with several pa-sages lu Columbus!
own letters. Aud tho evidence of'thi
ancient authorities who seeuv.most to he
relied on, points rather to the year 1117
or I4-1S as the probable date. Helps'
Life or Columbus.
J. ..f-vx ; ...,-r .. B..r
What Hup IIoIm.i u HiikIkikI uutt Aiitrrl
rn TVuultl Mcnn.
'IXrftrti thi I.on'loa 'HiH-ctMnr.'l ' "
Look at It how wo will, wur between
America and England Is mero destruc
tion, meru loss,. a civil war In which the
only posilblo gainers are the enemies ol
until; nut why not in that eoniesfot sul
cule.i should we not bo ut least the last
to perish? Hecati-o tho Union Is to large?
Coaipired w itli the, territories of Queen
Victoria, It Is u bpeck on the earth alir
ru.. '1 lint. t-n tenet! Isjlionkeualcul. wu
acknowledge, but It Is true, and It Is us
bVq.,lb.iets thu trgumeut. It, rrfiitM, ,Iu
wur eonceuiraiiou is everyunuK, not.
dlnpcralou, and wo nave lite population
of ilio enf ire North concentrated m a ter
ritory lesa t'Xteualvo than Peiiusylvunia
tnixvt-- r. niu lutuoy, tvnicu ciiisn
ed thurfouth cannot be applied to us,
for when we hud lost the lives the South
had hist, all wo should leel would bo thai
our existing emigration hud been di
verted to aiunforreeu purpose, There
is something shocking to ourselves in the
inert asooffciieh un argument, but the
warugalnst which wo uso It. would bo
moro shocking still a war between
equals-, between bnithers, a civil war
spread over.earlh, a. wur ia which every
incident of slaughter Would have tl u
moral cll'ect of mafbacre, a war lti whh h
every victory on either side would Le
sheer loss, a war without a limit or con
ceivable end. We could gain notjilng by
tho war; even II we triumphed, and
America nothing, for Cauda la uot worth
a double debt; aud America, If she loses,
she loses' the. unity sho haSuHpeut. so
much blood and treasure to preserve.
There ney.er wuM'such',an act of luijacy
as such" a war WouId.be, yot-It Is sucli'a
wur that speeches like that of Mr. Sum
ner would forco on.
K-taloof WllMiu Kottir,ilrcit.
The uiulrrl(nl linvlnc Irfrn ppolnf it iftniiiiin
Irutor of tlx1 nU e of Willuni Jti.lU.ir, Itlttf llie
i Kunly of Alflxamlrr, anil Statu f Illinuia, ilcocai i,
lunitijr giiin iintlco Unit Jwv MillHxir Ufoiu itho
nunilv tunrt of ilr.Munlrrrnuiity, nt tho cour 1iuum,
in Uitro, at tlio July l rm. on tliu rA Mnnday In July
npt, umtiloh tltq.i all roi(H liTnjr claims 4;Uit
naiil lsti"afi notiflfil n'l rrqueHi-.Ho attend tor
tin' pimxiM of liAving the Mtniu aiUuntoJ. All fat
K.iii. inilfibUil In Mill Utu aro rriuentrl to nmku
iimm ili.it luyinrut tn the uiiilirniKiieil.
iMIeil tins 3.1 ilay of Juiin, A. l. ImW.
vtr.tv DANIKL 1IKHI.. AilnilnUtniior.
JIHt Vf.i:.' '-Vvrnty-itv tYioiititiit i-il l(ln
' fur nalc. Apply to
JeS.llw . Utn'tU) VW 4 iHANNVf
-rAXTKU-Alew.lftf County Oidtin. at StrrUi.
YY nml CiiyBt'riii ! tA hH 6n th ilellur, (or all
.u,.'""""r a!'J t"'iUm'w?.wrtoitNto.v,
r.ioit uASt,3rtloi,!ici'tu'tiaiB T)d Tl.ta,tn'S.
' lately iKViirleit hy t'dlccr & I'lullliw anil Win.
Winter. I'osesU)i itivoa ImmHiaii'ly.
sprl.Htf tl. WI.NaTOX. No. l Ohio l.etet.
IOll Itr.NT Tho oitino on tho kouonil lloor,
1 JMM .MUlfir . W)ft' V1r.t,.',lu' orv' Xt-9"'Vl0
Icrms. Apply at MillerAMillcrV. mJS-tf
Tt. M. II U Hi en.7
7CTXxfXo wftlo 'C3r.r p o o x-
lhivinie reinoTiwI to No. "i Ohio f.eveo, next door to
tJlty National flunk, whero with hi tler fiellltlei nnd
lirKenttockn. hosolioitu tho contluuanuu of iiatruu.
Ki"of hit foroier cuatonu'ra, at wvll that of at
NutiKrlur aocoiiiiitiiilatliiiiH ior Hurni;u
aud tbe llniiUllutf or all KlutU or
lroliivi "H )oaiutloii.
Cairo, 111., Juno 1, 1S69. Iniyaidtf
IJIQ GAS CONBUMBKS.
Mtu-mi.U, V. Ya.ir&Oo., near corner of 'Klghtlt
kireetand Commtrchl avenuw, have, supplied them
KelveH with ono of D. Mo Donald & Co 'a Infallible
Meter Testof. IStrtioi dUaatla-ed with tho rcjUter
inz of their meter can now bavo thuni tojtcd. if tho
meters aio found truo tho 'araall oxpeiua of tho Utt
will be charged to tha party causing It; it tho reoter
la found Incorrect, no charge wilt bo mado, " mjlM
"g ARCL Ax B KOTli E It5 "
, - CAIRO, -. - .ILLINOIS. w
IRKt II III.AHINII-Thorn porfocl rant)
; to nnrclnyforih'.reli5brBlciJKfeivofi-ll.icklDK.
It crniiiBo, ami u tiruurpoCil .-mix hoof and thoO
VTOW IH TIIK 71 Hi: -Tn nut vnlir f.ninr. lu
il-good hniir. lMlnttnrnriH - whlteirnshlnr t'O Uirr
order of thfl ilay Wlr J.riyl nml pftlnti of nil cot
i.ra arcln. tftni&ml. At iho'tJIIKKVlivhCwnruj;
Slore, on tho tarcu.you cm grt I'.-ifnti, Oils, Vai
nlhf ami I)yi- tnfi of nil kinds. Nnw on hnricl u
inn hock or coiiiit wiuip i,Md, XrVni Wnllc IaJ,
IncStarWIUto l.emlj nIo paint vnriilih and white
wanh brimhi'tt i'nn !)' Is tV? pl.w.
Rkhi:mhi;k wiir.v i'it vihi: ciimcn
.Th.it votiftnn cortho I.ialitnlnxKlv l'aner ailUr.
olaya; They liavn tlifc cpnniiiicnrucl, frrli from the
inciory it nitrocu nt'" " Kill' tlii'in.
1111 Lltlt UN'S nilllJI TAUI.CTS-ltwWo.,
J itraiinnil unall.laro thcirii crrTor llirm. nntt Viat
tlicniwith'nTiilltv. nitil nro iniliJlv rellpuvl ut
Twcqy-fWo ociiti. iiIhix, or, If oirrti)i llicm-nntl-y
niniirsiit'uoo iinriy-Nto cvni&io Hixtny nrod.iiaau
thfy.villtf noutyuii proroplly. U
rr - - - rrt
7nitNAl.i: s h7tftup.jMi fholhlnKtu mako
BAi.i.i!K;t)t;ANi :kaj ir.ntis wAT
'I i:aTIO Do onitant nrrtowiil of tho bull.
.inn iioaii pi n 'ii iLyonjtiirv prMoii tu r
(o llAjrl.-iri1 aud l.tka jrtyr cUnicifnf Rfto
llnrrottVl Ilnll'o, TilitlV,UiOR,irAyer,, Ch
Wooita', Uyiiv'r, Mrs." Wlnlo',i'ii Kurnkn,
.ifnl lioailbf h ' II iLytitiXurn prMt-il tu t lfwrto
ntlici Joiijimj want, tni'luitinK iho Jatanmnnt.
ArA.Vri'U-To Hud tho indiVKlniU mCnlro.or
A rlwli( rr, 'ihTlian trlcl KffT Slnn Itono
vatorrithMirrn'rivlnir llECIllHM'nKXlIKtT Mlnr
or oar Itliliiic ciiiwtn have Ititi-d lt tlitueit to natla-
"l e .
rpitY iT-MumioVAnifrrlcau sniuiry Wine, ttnl.ko
1 othir wifju. iCl.ixntio in (tn iiTi. It U
piraaini anil rcna' uirnrti lor roMiTOnr-. 10 in nan
utlUrulii) . Q9
1)KI1T AVmi.V HIUCn-A.Viptruv unison
I ilcr for fUirii or ritH i kn muqiuillcil hrnco for
tli(hlioulilct' twu)ukupcndif ; a trace, or not
SUJt.Vr.til IM t Tiiejp-imjna .jirtirlelo b.
hod lla.Vlayn'. UrfninVftrofFftli! 'tlllernWk.'and
jr. cDiiiniriin un uir iinur.ioi cpfiiinon iiuiniiic.
Il'lt n.'.H TU II A( CO A .TIIMITi:-TrmL'
J "ho Mlh to iuaclirwiinlc!iccdcn tlinl n sure
rum In theii.eof ftiirton'a Antnlute. (ietntox acd
try it. hemi nny i. t, JUr. iny Ilrothcr. tlro.
iiud flioy will .-iitl yoti a lil ty lii.nl. y . J t
WIM"-. WIIIM.IUJ. AMI IIUAMlir.S
I'a. i.,.u fvllr. .... i . ... .
... ii... vt.iiii.iii'n ni.il llftpttrtOII IVIJ
nn.l l.ruii.lljft uii.i .1.. I .. . , .... 1.. n....
Ut(.ltl( lo Of liOllllKHI.
Han-lays. , , ,
c it i w m
M H TOUA I'lll ,M3s - Wliy Ko ti. Pnnitora
O and peti I lu lo t n dollars a ilar, hen tight
heioaUiouiajuiii jy dnk Hie If-rmiowaiiT Uf
1.(1 I l.l.'ll .1- I' FHIf lll'U inHll llll' IP
ai narciay i'iiik fii.ri-. on tlif l.niu I
I Altni'.N M:r.s-;,t vt-jrrU.hly ivf yiifir 'own
T KroaliiB. I-'c noliniHn K!tiiiKyoiir,Hi;o0
lo Ilarrlay' foriiardcn .Ved, 'reh anif miiinil. They
hare a full line f I jimln th', nnd the Hhaker Heed
from South t 'nictn Kr XTTSCUC J7T
RUSTIC WINDOW SUA 1H
Corner WashliutpuXltc. Jaml lllirtSU.
I am prrUMted o llli order lr fliaden nf any ite?
oreolorinrl.tu. k- m oihrr ft. lory. Kxlra nltea
m ule in order. I ali lutr npened a iiiw iul fresh
m-.i 4B0CrSHlEh, .I'tWVlilO.NK KTH.-H
whleh 1 will rll a low a ''an othef num.Hf ' LItioIee.
XXX family flour i M) iurlirrel WHrranted.
. , JOHN II. l'llIM.IIW.
V&W .fi"lfivorte. i.!nft nS.lU 'rtfrH.I'lWera
II t.emrtif; '
lnluillr.alin.A'on Viuiiii; Wai-V RlJjii'tfi'klri-'iTifV
Oliin l,eree, tun., lllmollt T in) 13 1 '
dir. i:ii.yeiiili unit WiiehluKlou AttuM
p , . i. iiii1
Keeppinn haul ilini-iiehrated Crude A'HrtrvJ and
iwyinoniiM invmnii; i.nr.ni carn.
Also, l.lack lt, luul orktninodcutUcitinaila to
order, at very loir prl i .'
I. - ...... I. !.-t.. ...... i ...... I- I.!.. . .....
coiBnniAI.Hf iiil1inrrfofealiln lo kelleheapi-rthaa
Bnn nv nip. mitt
iuA . . HKO.'rCIJHIIliV,,',-,,
63 Ohio Iwe, Cdlro, lllirioU, isprtparedjto furnUb
oititeni or klo'iiiihii i with Hie ulmio pure articlo of
ico at tho lowCHtinaTlietpn. it f!!tlsns'wlllt ra
irularly suuplieil l.y honet., comiiuidatinf; aUmuou,
..Oxartltvmfc.oroadkolt..'i' " rrfyl.lir
(Huceejwr If. l'allis, tlreen & Co.,)
v ij o xj xx .ct-'M jxr
CAIKO. m . . i, ......... ., . . Muutf. uhl " W
yiK ,i i. ujl . -'
IAIIIKS, ATTi:.Tl.V-f jMiHMlt plrfcand
j ,cluK00t ilio IWeIit Ouoivuiniji .to.iai.il
y..u 'wanfThn tt'tvronaVMjlcOVai "r.'H TloricU
Water, nrotlifr IMKvtri-ftif yopwaiit aii)tli!n In
the way of Ciinrtli n. i'owdrrs or I'tifiiinen. uo lo
,it ni"J i ti