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CHICAGO AW ST. LOUIS.
Tho Ht. Louis Democri.tV of Bntunlay,
maki tho utjliutliigf tuiutasion that .
a Chicago grain dealer bought 100,0o0
bUfjhulHof wheat lu HU Loiihuiudflhinrtcil
it to Chicago!
'ftr!1' A9, A f?His
that Chlcngo'pnys abotit-lhlrlycentsa'cri
bushel tnoro for wheat than Ht. Loula
does. .So long oh Chicago mon cun vlult
tho St. Louh market, buy wlieat and
ship it home, ub a matter of Hpeculiitlou,
Ht. Louis' alfuoted rivalry of Chicago as u
grain markot can only excite derision.
Tho 'Democrat' ofi'urn no explanation.
It 1h ui)t(pietou(Jt(l lljutlbo purchuao was
mauo for cirect.' tinUswitrar'y, It Is
reported aa a HjnipleJmMnehii transaction
that rrroy or may Hot be ro
We had high hope ronoernlng Hie Bt.
I milu i.ilifrnI,lAi r. ..... iw
a dampened' ardour. With 'tfuch ' ft
transuutlon n that Mat. dtfeVhTg'.'jf-i jit
the fuce, we catihbt as vv;q. qouYd)'if,iWt'
say to farmer, 'Hake your wheat to iiUt
Tho 'pilot of 'one of nur'Ctl'nelnrmtt
steamboats,ieII tho followiug:
Tho fateamer K wns slowly puling
the Flint Inland bar when the imHueii-ger.-t
defected a mini In the act of drown
mg. The poor fellowibplunhed and r-iilut-tered,
In a rttyle thaueemed to lncrcu.so
the number or his amis and legi to about
forty, .Observing tho4near ,up-truaoh of
the boat he cried ftr helpf implored ah
xbtancu, nnd that right quickly, loo, for
he couldu!lnUhU Itmoro than another
mlnuto. The pilot observing the strug
gling man and iimlrr.tamllng the depth
of the water, yelled out, "Maud up, you
blockhead, htand up!" The drowning
man obeycd'nnd found that the water
icnrcnly reacbed.bi .hip! "Well, ,by
thunderl' was the ejaculation that was
partly drowned by Ihebcreainx of laugh
ter from the lady and gentlemen passon
gnr. The asac.cd value of.the real and per
sonal property of Johnson couuty -a
county whose population and aiea are
much larger than those of Alexander
county -Is S'Mfilh, or less than one
third the attested valuation of the prop
erty of Cairo! Hence, the pity or Cairo,
yet young nnd pvor, payn into the State
treasury more than three tune the
amount of tnxe paid in by the mitlrc
- , . 1 1 .
couuty of JoIiumuu. This may be fair- t
noulT ntlll Sirs Ufa 1 Cl -.mi4 iiui..iBImiUii..ii...
The location or the .Southern Illinois
Normal School utCarbondalc gives very
general satisfaction, many of. tho con
testing pojuc submitting. nioL, graceful
ly, und congratulating tho Ctubondullans
on their good luck.
'It has proved an unfortunate contest
for one of the commissioners, Khumlgau.
If wuare to bullove oueof our contempo
raries hu hub ruudered lilaiscif Infamous.
Tho election iu California Isu subject
upon which tho rsUoals aro -decidedly
reticent Theeleetlon of a democratic
leglidaturtj, Supreme Judgo etc., shows a
a pulllfcal demoralization (?) thero from
which radical ''patriots,'1 whoso whole
souls arc bound up in a love of
country, turn In utter disgust. Their
yearning for the fate of the "dear"
couutry is only surpassed by their horror
at the propecif lojilngtho Ucah).
AtNaw Market, MiMourl, the other
day, u negro man named Dave, commit
ted n rape ou a JlUle girt inly six years
of uge A daypr. tvyo afterward he was
tho ceutral figure of a group of masked
oltlzons, and, aac has, not beon seen
atince, It Is supposed that ho Is uow un
'angel," or got . Jpt some, where.
The chalrfnay of thp Uuon county rad
ical central coiuuimVe iu'a published ad
drwB saye: "It Is not polloy for' us
republicans to iwloct honest and compe
tent democratlo oillcers." No. It is,
quite evidently, the policy of the party to
stick to radical thieves.
ft f -r r, , . ,
JOINT NJHNIOXLOr TIIF. C1TV
v ? i r 'i . t ,
Presant Hla honor the Mayor, and
, XJou ucUmon J$!k&$iS o'rnso u, Marti n ,
eardp'u uud Williamson C; and Alder-
-'iiiou ttraukle, Glbfl'qn Ubu'drlcks, Ken-
.cdy, Lohr, Lonergiiti, MoKee,- Mendel,
" liediuuu anil Theob6td10.
fThO 60wpjlltio on police and Jail, to
whom was referral tho bill of Joseph
Arnold foi his Baohthly salary for July,
reported on tho same, us follows: '
't,"S:,iiv'iaii'i1S1"!i iitwrilUilcramH qluio
Hty of Cairo;
i GkniTiEMEN-: tYour fcoiumiitoo on
'iVolloo and jail, to whom was referred
tho bill of Joseph 'Arnold, us polico con-"-stable
for the month of July, bog lcavo to
That tho cbjvKo that ,Mr. Arnold was
acting as ballifl' for tho circuit court
during that month is oxplalnod as fol
lows: That Jr, Ain9u having mado
amidry arresfs Of persons whoso oases
were on trial iu the circuit court was, as
i-. . -, --
is usual, summoned as u witness. Whllo
waiting about tho court house from day
to day until tho vurious cases caino to
4trlnl, ns ho was compelled to do, sherlfl"
lycr on several occasions requested
him to sorvo summons on persons whoj
wero ulso .wanted. as( witnesses. Wo
therefore db hoi Und that ho'haA nGalect-
,vd his duty as a police coustablo in that
respect, as sucu services aro customary
under thoso circumstauccs, and therefore
iccommend that his bill forsdrvicos in
July bo paid in full.
otir coiumlttco ilud however, that
tho said Joseph" Arnold has; oti wudryj
occasion shown a disposition to Iguoro'
tho oxlstoncoof a chief of police, and
without actually vioat;Ing; a,ny;Jaw, lias'
departed from the usual rules and routltfc"
heretofore observed as ciistomary in
funking reports and presenting his bill
for services, and thus to a certain cxtonl
denying the authority of tho chief of
police, who Is Intended, by tho law
creating euld ofllcer, to bo in command
of tho whole police force, night and day.
thus rcdiovlng tho mayor of an unusual
burthen'nnd Aubtltuttuga'tuau who can.
devote his wholo time to tho cflort'of
making tho polico force attend to their1
duly, and who tlui.f becomes? renons!blo.
'for their ctllelcucy, If his authority is
j... i.. i... i.r.. ...i. ....ii .1. ......
But ub iiauuv ujf ma biiuui itiuuien, iiiuiu
Is an end to his. usefulness.
NVe' tHerdforo'- 'reom'mend that Mr.
Arnold be requested to follow the usual
custom of communicating with the city
council, wnicli ftlioulti he tlirougli Ills
superior oflleer. the chief of police.
All'of which ar6 ' respectfully ubiult -
ted. John W. M'KKU,
IVtltlon of A Cain, representing that
since Hio establishment of the city scales
there has been superadded the duties of
weigher. tp4hose ufituuiket,tnustor, and
iii iiiuuu ui nmniiMiK in oiiieini iniuei u
heretofore by 10 o'clock a. m., ho Is now
required to be In attendance, and fre
quently In active fKrvice, nil dny long,
und praying that his salary be increased
to an amount llmt'will better ntfbrd htm
Altlcrman Kennedy moved to refer
Uie petition to the Ordinance Commit
tee with instructions to report un ordi
nance Increasing the salary of market
master as lu their Judgment scomod
reasonable. Alderman I ted man moved
to amend the motion of Alderman Ken
nedy by instructing tho committee to re
port an ordinance allowing him a salary
of $60 per month.
The motion us amended wax, upon u
call of tho ayes and nays, declared last.
Tho original motion of Aldortaan Ken
nedy was then adopted and the petition
Petition of Joseph Arnold and John
r'nmmlnm rim nn1lpmiin. malrlntr for
iVUIUIIIIUui J j.w..w .w.., o -
an Increase of pay, was presented aud
read, aud on motion of Councilman Jor
gonsnn rcferretl to tho committee ou po
lice and Jail.
A number of bills wero presented nud
referred to tho committee ou claims un
Alderman McKeo preseuUid tho fol
Resolved, by thu City Council of Cai
ro, iu Joint session, That the City Clerk
shall notify Mr. Joseph Arnold, Police
Constable, that It Is the wish or tho City
Council to communicate with him as to
reports, presentation hills for services,
etc., only through tho channel made use
of by other policemen, namely, through
his superior officer, tho Chief of Police.
Whereupon 3Ir. Arnold asked permis
sion to make a statement lu relation to
his not reporting to tho Chief of Police.
Alderman Kennedy moved that
Messrs. Arnold and McCarthy make ver
bal reports to tho Council to.f their griov-1
Councilman lleurden moved to amoud
Alderman Konucdy'a motion by requlr-'
Jug the parties toniakq written report to
tho next meeting of the Hoard of Alder-'
Tho motion was secouded, put and car
Councilman Rcarden presented and
read the following resolutions:
Iu order to iusuro the cancellation and
destruction of tho city scrip redeemed by1
the city, it is
Resolved, That, the Finance Commit-'
tee, togetlior'with the City Treasurer und.
City Comptroller be, and hereby are, in
structed to tueot at the bfTico of the City
Treasurer during tho week preceding tho
regdlar mbiithly Joint sesrions'of the City
Counoll, and. proceed to destroy all scrip
iu the hauds of tho Treasurer that may
havo been cancelled by him ou account
of the city, and make a detailed report
of the uamo at such regular monthly
meeting In Joint session. ,
Resolved, fiUyther, That tho Finance
Commltteo aro also Instructed toproouro
a book prepared for tho purpose of regis
torliig the outstanding scrip, uud such ad
may hereafter bo issued, ana that they be
authorized to employ a competent per
son to register' from tho scrip book al
presont outatuudlngBorip. ,
Re8olved.furUierTjat oljscrlp horoj
after Issued bo registered in tho book
above nUraed, and that wlidn tho' "Eli
nance Committee, Comptroller, nhtl City
Treasuror.moet foivthe 'purpose 0f can
celling and destroying the r redeemed
scrip, that they muko upon the scrip reg
ister opposite to such numbered piece of
scrip, tho word "cancelled," nnd tho
dato of such cancellation.
Alderman Redntuh moved to adopt
tho resolutions as read: 'Councilman
Barclay moved to amend, "that Ural resti
tution bo adopted and tho second anil
third referred to the ordinance commit
tee, with instructions to report at tho
next meeting of tho Board of 'Alder-
i.J !. l-lfi J
mon." The amendment was accoptod
and the motion udopted.
Alderman McKeo offere'd tho following
rcscilutiou; which was udopted :
, Resolved, That tho committee on tires
bo requested to Inquire into und report
to tho council ns soon as possible, tho
most economical und, at the samo time,
cflteknl plan, foniuupplylng our flro en
gines with water in caso or fire, which a
consideration of the various plans of
drive, wolls. clsterns, or other means,
inay suggest to'Hhcm.
' On in6tlouTa'dJoal-n$U: t J jpp jrj
" ,w,FMmthBfeouhrrlJII!lnoiT(aclltr. -...
A Lcjlt'cr fom "Egypt:"
i-K'fH. August, 16.
.He. Koitok: The ineeling of the ".Stnto
TcnnlieM' Atf eeiatloni" nl Caird1, will prevent
lyuny Egyptian Fchool-tnait.i from attend
in llMAfocuillon'nf3Itiuosjif iVojircdlotj(
howuvor, u yery largo altenilnnco of eiirnr-t
gmmine promlsos4 v?fll, and'w(l h'op'e lliu dis
cussion will be m practical as tin; bubjocU
preicted, Ampngtlic ;jany nnwtions de
manding tho atrentl. 'i of tiie Awofiatlon U
tho educational intcrot of colored children.
, Tll ftut(J Association ha, mado frequent and
tin., . . -i , ,
- bo m' PJPV'1 " U?T"- -r lhr,r.
1 education. It nas petitioned, and even pray-
I ed, tho repreionutivct of ttho. people to f triko
j tho word 'jvbilu' from our school law, thereby
i opening wido the doors f our public schools
j for black and white alike. This political
..movement' was dfeatl. Public sontlment
triumpiied, nna tlie public schools, the power
. Bn(1 i,0I10r of our nobIc Slat0 WCfe n(lccd
j riiscuel from the grup of their enomles. Let
I tho'.Mnttoon' Association fct an example to
the State Association, by asking the Legisla
ture of our State, at its next session, to pro
vide for the education ef the soven thousand
colored children ourfSulyJiiitcolorcd, not
in white schools. Permit us to suggest to tho
lecturers at the .Mnttoon Association tho pro
priety of savbig but little. upc-j politics. Jf,
however, this temporary and eternal 'themo
Is to be presented, we suggest that little iu
laid UKn tho iitics discussed at Centralla:
Andy Johnson, Negro, Itcconstruction and
Cathollo Intoleranco; and that this part of
the unwritten programme bo devoted to a
thorough discussion of Imperialism and
tho Alabama Claims. Let us havo ncacc. If
anpjrtutdty oflon,; vrb shall cull tho attn-,
lion' of the' teachers to the righf u'ti'd duty of
scnooi outcors; to nay icrnuia lencncr tne
fnme wages as Is paid male teachers for doing
the same work and as well.
The Bmithtrn Illinois Normal will ho lo
cated at least tweaty-flve wiles nouth of tho
0.4M.H.R., 1 Kottt.
KsllK'MtioilllI IICIUK.' .
Tliu Decatur 'Kvpttblican, of August 12th,
contains a minute doM.-ription of the new
high school building rucontly erected in that
city, ou tho corner of Uroodway und North
street, at a caU or $30,000. Tho cntlro build
ing will bo furnished from tho school furnish
ing depot of A. H. Andrews & Co., Chicago
Weknow of no city la tho Stato that bus
made greater, progress in kebool matters than
Decatur. " The' Principal Prof. Gustmnn
Is well fitted for the important position bo
bus filled for eight years.
A public examination of teachers bus Just
closed at Murphysboro, Jackson county.
J. North, D..:G. Young,-Dr, Hnydep
and W. II. ltundy aro candidates for tho office
of County Superintendent for Williamson
Rev. H. L. Gregory1 has been nominated by
the Democracy of Montgomery county for
County Superintendent of Schools. Mr.
Gregory is said to bo a gentleman well quali
fied for the position, having had many years
or oxptrhiuco at a tcucher,
'Jaraw T. McCllntock. ot Whlto county,
has be'er. nominated by tho Democracy for
tho office of County Superintendent. Wo
havo not tho personal acquaintance of Mr.
McClintock, but learn from educators of tho
county that he is n gentleman or culturo and
an arnJst'frierHlbf:'olir public. sclifols.'' Hon.
Chas. E. McDowell, tho present incumbent,
will bo re-elected to thu Constitutional Con,
volition. The school interest of the Stato
will havo an able advocate ia the convention
In 'the porson of Mr. McDowell.
Wo irro Wormed thTTProf. John V. Kbor
hart, of Cook county, declines being a enn
dldato for r-olctlon to tho office of County
Superintendent. ' Prof, Kherhart Las beon
thoroughly identified with the educational
Intere.U or Cook county. He may bo Justly
regarded us one of tho leading educators of
Our much catcomeU. friend, .0. W. Herrick,
if u cnndldato before the lteptiblican conven
tion of Cook county for tho otllce of County
Superintendent. May ho bo uccei'sfiil. Cook
county Is largo, and Chicago is the third city
of tho Union,- yet Herrick U tho bost man In
the Hopublican party In tho city of Chicago
and county of Cook for this position. Ho
inay'share.tho fato of many u good man bo
sola out by politicians but wo hopo not. As
fur as our iafluonco oxtonds wo tire, for
llorriek. VI'. "; 'ii'T nY,T( T
Prof. J. It. Johnson has been ro-engaSed
as Superintendent of public! kdiooU of Villa
Pror. L. S. Drown, or the Southern Illinois
Collegtyhos accepted thojh,icjpiilhp or tho
lllllsboro Academy. Tho full term will com
mence Scptembor Oth. Wo regret to looso
tho services or Pror. Drawn Troiii "Egypt.
A raptured'writor Inquires t "What Is thoro
under heaven moro liumunizing, or, ir wo
limy uso thu term, moro angclisiing, than a
Ann black eyo in a lovely woman?" Two
blank eyes Is tin only answer thought or at
present: ' '"'
Ciiambors says, that a pupil who has cntor
od his rourtwnth yoar, with his mind
Htrcngthcnedy proper dlsgiplino, siiotild be
introduced to tho elementary principle's of po
litical economy. Society guffere In its vital
Interests from tho prevalonco of ignoranco
and prejudice in thh great field of spcctiln
tion nnq action.
Tho board of educntfon.of Cook counTy, u
n meeting held August '21st; dofcaWd a mo
tion to substitute Amlersonjs Qeneral, History
for study in tho high school, In plncc of "Wil
son a History. At, this, meqtiug, lr., Cnto
was appointed teacher or Latin in .tho high
school, and tho resignation, of .Jnuits .ltt
'i"Vlrn0h''r j-y'P' " ;
Olfit-o oi-r Pixit UIHw, ' 1 1 J 'J h
1 aU)K.IA OF THE SISTJ2RS OP
"J' TH K -LOKETTO. ' V
CAIKO, - - . ILLINOIS.
' f ' , 1 ,
Till". IllMtllUllDII HM lolllllll'll III IhOJ,
mill Clnirtorril Uy (lir Stale of
llllnolN In 1HII.1.
Bn.inl nnd Tuition. inclii'liagici ui.tj U.iJJiuk.
nrai.liins.kua ,tUnii.;ry, it term of tilt
months - ..: '. SI07
Mu.ir, daa nrg. iiuliuy and tho litnguaKC?, txtra.
Kor further infiirmntlon ntirlr to thn! r
uk7iI3iji mOTIIKU Sl'I'CaiUU.
WIioIm!o and tclail ilmler In
PL'ItE C'ltYSTAlj IK.
Corner KijjMh Sired and yOhlo Levct.
lee delirwJ to all Mrti of the city. All onlcr from
abroad promptly tillJ. pUVto.iil
Q0'ER8 liOTlfLT ' '"
(IHAJTO TOWER, ILLINOIN.
samui:l covek, t iuoi it.
DaYaA'D ixIQIIT. .
Cor. KleVestlh tl TrTnctilssKlon .Istssaa
Kerpsnh hand the evlclimttit Crsnc-A OrucJi-aaJ
IUymomlsmr-tallle burliUoxe "
AIo, Uolc viltct. lnutor talnrilcb(rinuSilo to
order, sever; luw prices.
Mr, rith prformn hi own worlr; belne a prsat'
ccfliu nikker, otul In iherrfork blo to cll chppr tnn
i Ua. . mjtSm
jyEW CLOTHING 1
33x7- o xy t li i. xx Froash.
Il.tIttIAI.NS roil THE PEOPLE!
Hsrinffclo-! out their old stock of CIoUum, hate
I.nrgo and .Sjilciidid Stock
Whuli emhraten every kind of f f
Faniutiiiblo Clenlleoiru'o Wear, .
AndauaUasIs suited to all clas, k-M?-
Thy wuulduk -p-gUl attention.'. to their M'.pply of
XXatoi and Oapai,
In which they prufen to lesd the mfcrket Also to
Which einbre all styles of Cloths, Caishnerrf,
Twer-ds, etc., from which thty manafaetum
t'LOTiuxci to okiieIi,
In tho best msuner, and ir.'Ltly fihftinsl. The.r
Geiitlcmrii'H FurulAliiiifr GoosU)
In ery coinpk-tp, mclmlinic msny uotcIucs nYrbe
foro bioiiaht t UiU mrlt.
Tltf.KS, OK EVEItV 8TVI.K. VALIHO, CARI'ET
Auredoftli'lr ability to veil goodi from their new
utock, cliojpor tlmn ever before, they relyoaa ill.
orimlnatir.K public to extend them tho pationan" they
deserre. nvi. .r i. , , aual dtf
ACADKM'rd-Kmilish and CtslC!!
St MKNTIKU'Wrhreo oiu:h.1
f,f,lXIIAT-Kir Tiwra". .
t.'OI.I.KjllATK AMI THKOI.Or.H Al
Smw anil f.niMi'l.illri1tith.'fA..A'nK..l.. i.......
oil, a itli ailiulrable accommodation for a Isnje nnm-
ui niuuruij. nuupun ino toiu-ge lionrniliff stall
AT TIUtKK IIOI.LA11S A H'KKK. I
Hie entlreoipf n.o for Tuition, Hoard, lti.m Kent,
r ih'i, rtc, ijiiiptaec('a- jj
S1GO A YI3AI?.
,K'!l! Viu.l h
Pursue the (.amo courses of tiudy with tho jming
men; ami will receUo tlio h.m.o utisrct' ulion tney
Knuluali'. They obtain bcKird lit rensoiinblo rate I"
Iirivmmui)m-;.. 4 .
Tlionoxl term wilt coauneiii-e on the
l'irst .lluudii) ia September.
l'or furthir informal. ju addii's. 1'rof J, W Iknlej,
or l'rof. It. H, Mintqn; at Carjlmyiu, III. ii3lwJm
WiANTEDr-AGENTrijKOIl. . JIIMLB
An entirety new ttork that has U-en In if '.v'1 prep
aration fm oyer tUlrly yearn ; wci'!' 'dorsiil Uy
leiidhiaVliiriiyinen of alfthovrinoliiul denomlaiUioiii.
Kor a IU pno circular, glvliw full jiiirtioulars, with
ainplotagei, and a-rnplo of lh elwKHiitfull itaito
enqraviuas Hilh which lhwork will bo embolllslieil,
addresi 1 (f. V. VENT, l'ubllsher,
jyiSiv 1m 88 W. Fourth alrent, Ciooinnatl, O.
lirANTKU-Alexander Comity Order, olset.
W and City cVtip atUrentsontho dollar, tor all
kliut. of Lumber and Builder' Materials.
LiuUJtf' " , W, Wi TJIqRMON.
JOffN II. OBERLY & CO
MT AXTKlt.A No, 1 fiir! to Uu eeiiernl homo
TT work. Inijitlro of li. T. 1'arknr, udnifci' Tenth
ANTED. Thoo tlomnn bonnl. by day or
WfMle rat 1m uvninmfiilatfl nt tu T?,
eornnr of Hovehth street nnd WashftiKton aronuo.
Tcrimt oo nr week IxmnJ; 87 10 ppfwoelc
bonrd nail lfllni?. ' 1 uis im
tt NAIiL'.-- Tito Jilindrtd licnil of l)tcf Utxr,
ft ypr' olil mul upwnrtlf, at I'renilce, llollvnr
lly. Mi. In tine fondltfAn for fi-cillni? thin till.
lrc J.'T'DBmtV.'Henlnhj llo.
- ; , t, MILL.1IU
FOK.NAI.t, Ou urromit of wlwrli t inayco
rdrn, thrHHlt of tho" MrAmor Louisiana, i .
now nri ni ttvo wiurrat tairo, ill, . . ,
,L , . U1AS T I'AlitCElf, ArcM,
. C'alwrill.i Anl9, Ifttti; 'fdr Undrnvrltcts.
IpOR HAI.K. CHliAI'-Nctv CttiijB nnd three
; lutj.wirnor Imjcii."! iiJ Sixteenth truoU.
marlAdtf OltKK.N A OlLllCttT, Attr.4
'170K,Hl.i:.-tiuixrlor wrapping tarr t thn
I? omeoof thftRvonlnK'nultotln.' M
I O 1 II i. i: T It i UK,
(11 Miles thu Sinn-tost Route to 'cir York!
.25 F " V
Itav voUtlckttn for Now TorV. l'liilailelnhln rnd all
pjltit Katt, Tiatho l'ltUlnuK. Tort Wayni- A Chicago
-nl tho rnn)lvanl Central Itailtwid, Tlie trains of
Iri. Ii I I S C Ktt T, It A I.
nu.ku cIo,m; uocnu-tioiiii al Muloiii and ( .ucapo; anJ
tlicv. htlrrtnp .Vclr Jh ni rfl' with vnly two
chaniiui of car.
Elegant Wide Fnvneiiuer 'nrn.
.KMlaraliUouf itnliroveu St-aLat
Tliee cam ate thorough!; Tentllnted and prnsldad
with etcrv mcVlern Imortxii.iictit m-e-nrv tjthe
safvty anif ?CThfort of imt ler
fSTATK-KOOSI SliEKlMXCi CA11S,
Woodrufl's Patent, t
lluu tlironah to Philadelphia on nil Niuht Twin. "
and New York via 1'hlUiKlphls and .MUiitown, with'
out vhango, atlordlDK l'mn-ngor a niuht of tindls
Lanalnc IIicih In Jfcsr Turk Hour Iss
. Aa-Kssce ufnlt sihor IJneat
Ind in ttiiKj to curp Until accninniudationi befots
th; arrival ef the pAonjr by other mutei.
To Ilotton anil 1W EnjUnd piuiengcri tills rode
Is i lecifclly drnirablo, ih It k Wen them an ojijKirtunltj
or i-nnnr tfco nncil Yluwn amOUK tlie .Mlettniny
Mountalnn, Inside. tIhIiIiil' 1'itti.lnirK. Philadelphia
and .New York, Wllstasss Kxtrss VmM.
W All Now Laglsnd panjenRcrx holdins throajr.
tickei will bo tranrftrrrd, with their liaf. to R"
and Ikial Coaneollon, in New York, without charjje.
Four Dally Tralni Lcare S. Y ror ltostou.
Thirteen Daily Trabta Lcatc Philadelphia
for tiew York,
Via Jerwy City and Camden ami Amloy. Iutnc,
Miailtr, Time, 4 hours.
L . . I . k I . .... il.L.I
' U. I, mivviuj ,Mfic v. num. ,i -rv-uirr fJUJ irttV w
Chicago Haturd-y uftirnoon, In u IhrntiL-li ear. Tble
train-leases tho PMitlarje, Kort Wnyn Ai Chle.igo
V.llv.v tL.iuit uL.1A n!M. unit nm. (Iir..ii.,li ulll......
lelay, arr. ng iu.fit York nt Etui .ilmiday mornin;
IlourH lu Adiuoce of Other Lines I
Tlie .i.OO n.m tra i from CU aco
arr.ie 10 Ntf
Rorkal 11.44 a.m. thu filXJO.VU DA V.
4 l-'-i lluui-a
In AUvnuee of aiiy.iillio- Ituutpf with for
repmiilliw rmlui tuin M lUWTUN. PHILADELPHIA.
IlAI'l JIUIIb I.IIU , .IIII.M. ..,.
-rr lUuaiuiAcWkutihrauKlitoall stations on th
I. no of tho Pcnn'Tltanm Hallway, and to IWIilinor,
PhllaK'lnliUkiil'Nw rirk. from Ilttrburu. UhlrticO.
nd all principal Western lilies. " ,
atr llate of froiRht and exprm. fn-iKtit to as)
Kaktern ivomt. aru at all timet, as favorable, m are
cliaru'il by other line,
ltd Through tlikets for ..! at tui priucijuil oltlos
lu the Wu.t. i
' 1 ..... 1 1. ilin rti -iTt.it rj
'KDWAIID ir. W1I.I.1AMK.
(ieiieul riuHrlnttnilent. A'tomia Pa,
LL. rnsiu;i').gnit, Chtcu.
T. I.. KUIIIALL.
The KUlnuburtf ltrvlt-M,
The WcaluttMlaUr lies lew,
The North Hrllhli Kevlew,
Ulist-kMroutr K4lhurK JlHKlue.
The ri'prlut.of the leading qiiailrilies and Ulack
wood aru now ind -insaMe In all who deilreto keof
themselTis fully mroriiHxl with roirurd to the k"'
tuibtfeti of the day as Mtiueil '" tin- liesl iholw
amUoundeei tlniikern lit f.i-nl Ifrilaiti. Tim contri
butor to thu lXs of lui" IterieH aro lueu whs
und ot the fii-fid orihe II) "f Dulnh writers oe
Science, Iti'litfioii, Art and l.eiienil Liierature, and
whatever l Murtht nf iliinimtion rluds iitl.-iition is
the tmjtes of them-'lti'View and lttiu-kwool. Tlio ta
riff) ioriMlthut no tilisi-rtU-r u fail to ho .ads
fled. Tho.e p.irioiikau iiri'ipnatml with thoroujli
fidelity iothel'iiKlilieiipy, ilid are nib-red at price-
WIUlll pIMCO llieni wiimii rem u ui
IVruiH lor I !.
Any ouo if tlt Uview(...,.,.......r-
Any UrOOf tlio teview,....i -
Any three of Ihe li.-vicwn
All four of tha lteliw
Illitckwoiid and any oneltevlcw
Hlaokaootlaud.MiO twu 1UU .. ......
lllaokwool and arty three lte1ew
f 4 00
, 7 00
, 10 00
l i oo
, 10 OV
Hlm knoi'dund th fuiirKevleai'.
-AdUuiuuluf litfhJj: rI oent. will u allowed t
elulis of four or inorw pin7 Tims, four copies of
HUek-tood, or of out-1( th lii-tiew, lll t e i-enl U
SubMTlbor should p-epa.'b) ha uartel, at Jhe
otlleo of deliver) The iotat: to any part ofih
Unltod Siate ifto ctm a number. Thl rata mil)
appllettii eurrent iibi.erlptfon. Koruu-k number
tlio po.tattu la loiii.I .
Ti-rm 4 'fi .Sub-rllJT.
Now i.ubvribers.is1 toy tan of th" idou lK-riodi
cU fitr'lboa will lw nitltfed to reeei ve. unit Is, any on
of tiiu four Htls tor IK. Now ulivriU-ra U all
flvo of tl.' pw.tilH-al- litrlAK' inav re-el ve, crati.
lllaokuood oratty,to of t'eti'ur IteUoas forlsts.
Hillwortbera nw),by i'P'b'lh wlv, obtain ha. k
vUiif tlm Ht T.-m fV-'lii J.iiioary, l.i, to IKH'euiber
In, and of.JUi'ik-wy'l'" MaiHsijtg, from , Ja,uary
IS63, ,tti I-eti.ber, lvar natr me onrren. Miiwcnp
''iiy-'Nelthci p ''ui iiiii to auWrltar, nordlwouol
toclulw.iiorredui'eil nrjee tor Uwk iiiunlxr., ran he
allowed, iinl timnioaoy sriiiuii''uireo lo-tine
piililihliern Nopiomiunn can be giu-n tui-luhri.
Tin' M'iu;u- Mi'otl i'iioii"iK ".
. s .M'i.i'W. r',1' N"';
Ti.. i. pnvHi:M1i,T,i).)i he
rAltMKItN t. IHUi;,
JIVOT At'l'IU .JstAiK--A superior sii.u-.
dt r for nun or iviU , an unniiulled brave for
e. shouldcm s-wsyi a siiip-n- t bra?e, or net'
At I'itttfciirg train fro:.i the Wrt nin dlrert to the
Union t!eKit, "luro parrn?er forllarntl'itrfr. Haiti.' j
more, Washington, I'll .uli'lplm, New Vork. Ilotton, 1 1
and -nil the' Naw Kngtand toAti.i,i. c Ifjuattrrcd fa
trains of the
by Ileais ot-pli, -f .UJtuKi'J'i'?. and the lat J
Norton, St-Yulo College - olv, royal nvtavo, 1
vaKf, and nuinvrou unswiiua.. Priun, b7 00
hlw.rv61S.'tirinaWpotT'ald.-- . -