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JEhc Evening fttlletto.
FUIILIHIIKI) IIV JOHN II. Oil Kill, Y A CO.
M. II. HAHItKLL, ABBOCIATK EDITOR.
THURBDAY, OCTOHER 14, 1869)
UBe Emler'ri Chill Cure "It never
Cotton cards 05 cents per pair, at
Over ono thouHand Fait and Winter
. l a T t f 1 - I -
of Bixth and Levco Htreet 3t
Pn'rHniilfir attention 1h directed 'fn" th
advertisement of book fortlio million-1-'
Marriayc Gilidc In another colunin.' It
houltl be read by all.
Tho Chicago 'Hun' In tho name clioseril
by tho Ooodalt Ur6'H for their ncwBpa
per that In to be forthcoming from tho
Union Block yards, In a day or two.
JiidKo Corcoran lnformH'us that the-
l. il - ... I. .... m . .1
luuu uuuj IWUUII III I IIV vjiiiu, it iuvr unjo
A . I . . f t
'nl.itli.t rlvnr fr.it.. n b(u in lifinf nt ritir
niniiiiL' nuoui ten navH niro. ino vor-
lictof tho coroncr'Hjiiry win "accidental
t if. i.
II. P. Goothili, cs(, will remain Initio cl-
j limn nu.i .tiunuuy, suiuiv to iiuuuiu-
nodato thofo uentlenicn who nro to nav
ip those little bills that have neon wor-
I. . ... .. . t ... . r
J niS uiviii mi lung, niiur .uuimujf inn
injmld account.) against hit. old patrons,
..lilt If. a
Gctdtuw In.ti 11 linen, '20 cents, eiirhM
t J.ellly'n tf
ConiplctO nulta for both men and boys,
r.lcnd.d overcoats, gentlemen'.1, furnish
iil' L'orul...iktiil o vnrv tlilni' Iti tlm (!lothlntr
"O o " - 1 r (,
I . .. I r ...... I t .. 1 . .. . 1 . . .
Mil" CJWI VV I'HIIHI III KIUIUIT Jlll'lllV IIIH1
luaj rail. Wuhler's, oornur of Sixth
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UIU i.''tr nUVll,UMIt UllMJtt W.llll iiiu-u
n the city AH
Under' Homnch Hitters! "Tne best
11 u-e "
Ojirnliiz of .Millinery mill I'niiey looli.
Mr J Cummlng! will open, and have
in 1 xnitiitliiii. on l-'ridav and Saturdnv
IMIiand lflthinst , a splendid Htock of
nllhnery iind fancy gomls of tho Intent
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wj au. - - - - 1 1 - ci
ttrtMit, between CoinmurciHl and Wasti
ng! n avenue 14thtt
Good all Hutu hhlrt bo.oms at 2 o0
,icr d v i) at lU-llly'c tf
Notice la hereby given that all bill
lue the 'Cairo Time otllco not paid on
irbcf..reHaturday Oot. 10, will bo placed
inthehandsof an att9rney for collcc
1 in In the mean tlmethe bills will bo
.r..i.niiil mill mi nnnnrtunltv to nav.
.riven all wnotiemrcio noun. u
II. 1. Gooiuli..
p,' ' i'Ij-s day board nt Walker AU
11 a restaurant, at $& pw Wwk. tf
Tl r w.is 'piltc an excitlug runaway
-il i (I wii Wii-hlwctoti avoiiue, yoter-
lav rittnir. lomtueticlnt: wltn a
Mump," In which a couple of boy wvr
. ' --i spilled, uiitl winding up
v.t vi ix.i iu-tcil team and atiHtttrwl
ellrlC. 1 nn .snoiu u.iti iiuhuhii iiii
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la n r st i tig "when!" at th very ton
f nliisv pair of luiiM. bu the aulmaiH,
btntuj -n a runaway, wouldn't "whoa"
i rti a cent.
rnlou linen 25 oeutn per yard, at
e Insert hi our (ulvurtl.lng coluinni.
to-day, tho card of Mr. Samuel WlUon
dealer In lor-More. groceries and pro
visions. Mr. Wilnou U ono of tho old-
est mcrcliant-H in tno country, ami nur-
nir his Ioiil' hutlnohslifo has given his
establishment tho closest penonal ntten
tlon.aa well In tho nlghtlmo as In tho
day. That ho has succeeded well is duo
to tills fact ami the further fact that ho
Im9 always shown hlnmolf prompt and
.bilging to liis numerous patrons.
Host 5nuarterplflow slip muslin 24
ents per yard, at Itellly's. tf
llrnvr Tlmlic-r Conlrncl.
,Milf.nn.m Carroll, with a forco of chop.
pew and bowers of wood, Is operating
among tho tall oak trees that stand con
vonicnt to Cache rivor, near Unity. Uo
has a contract under Col. llcarden for
getting out an Immense bill of heavy
timber for tho locks and dams around
tho Keokuk rapids. Tho contract calls
for 175,000 feet of howod timber.
That Iowa should fcond to Aloxanuer
county for timber U in confirmation of
what wo always did say ana whut wo
aro willing to swear by, that tho ro
fources of Southern Illinois aro match
Ono of tho largest and best stocks of
clothing ever brought to Cairo, lias just
been opened at I. Walder's. His Is tho
cheapest clothing atoro In tho city. 3t
A young man who gave tho police
magistrate tho namo of Murray Kding
ton, became deoldely obstreporous, on
the streets last night, nourishing two
big. bored derringer's and declaring that
) e wawfroin tho M nitli, and had travoled
a hundred miles for the single purposo
ofchecklng ofTa "d -d yankeo." If6
was re3icflably (iresieii, fjulto drunk,
nnd hud ovldoiiliy been robbed. Wo
drew this conclusion from tho fact that
IiIh pockets wero cut and turned wrong
Hldo out, and the further fact that
ho had no money. Ho wnu taken in
charge for drunkenes.s and lined 2 and
THE O. V. Ri R.
TIIR WORK ftl'NPKNnkD AND ICOBOBT
Tho ordera received yesterday morn
ing to discharge tbe entire forco engaged
on the Cairo and Vinccnnes railroad,
camo llko a clap of thunder from a cloud
less aky. Only a low days ago tho route
of the road was surveyed and a favorable
report made thcroon. Tills was taken aa
an assuraoco, that the project would pass
into tiie hands of tho United States Con.
BtrtfoWb'rl cflrn'pan'y, that money from
thataource would,.ooubo forthcoming
Bn?,Vr5 8oard ra
pidly and 'satisfactorily.
Tho grading of tho road is salUto bo
about half done. From month to1
month contractors and sub-contrnctor.?
havo waltcU?6r,moit'rn'rany of them In
the mean time, paying off their lalxirers
outtif heir ciwn"rneahs,,-crinndehtof n
early reimbursement. Along tho lino
the farmers took sub-con ti acta, and some
of lliein havo never received a dollar.
In Johnnon county 'iuty all of the, work
was Hut-let to residents. One gentleman',
we hear.'pald out 512,000, money 'fio liad
raised, In part, by mortgaging his farm;
thcrs have, in like manner, invested
every dollar of their substance. To do"
clare ft nfpetision of the work, without
paying theso men a single dollar, is a
hardship tinit will caul distress fomone
cud of the lino to the other. And not
alone upon tho contractors and hub-con-tractors
does tho blow descend. The la
borers under them will be the greater
sutlereM. Hundreds of thc.o havo re
ceived nothing but their board,
during a period of month". Many of them
liav'o families. All of them aro on the
verge of Winter, and permlleds. To.dis
chatgc these, and send ilium forth with
out a dollar, is i cruelty Jor which no
man cm apologize. ,
Thu responsibility, for alMhlu does not
rei-t with tin' ubcontraetor, noritli
the contractors. They are. the heaviest
Iomts. " Wo tntint look beyond them.
l'oslbly ovoryjlollnr duo for work jer- '
forinedr and goixlslfiiinlshed, will "lie j
paid. If there be sue.li a purpoe the fact
should be proclaimed, thatlie general
supen(e add anxiety umbu lesnend.
Tho parties eoncsrneil wlllj" in all con
scienci'sutler enough on account of tho
There is a very considerable rUiii of
money due to merchants and others in
Cairoamounting In the aggregate, per
haps, to $30,000. Many of.tho creditors
have confidence In the ability and dis
position of Mesrs. Dodge. Jlord fc Co., to
cancel every dollar of tl'Is'fndebtedueis;
some of them declaring an uuwllllng-ne.-s
U discount ten1er cent, for cash.
Wry considerable excitement oxlft-,
not unmixed with indignation. What
the future will develope we shall not at
tempt to foretell.
The Cnlted States Construction com-'
pnny will doubtless take hold of the pro
ject aud push it through, taking up the
work where tho prosont oompany aban
doned it. That (hey linve Msniimed tbe
predcnt Indebtednoiii',' In' whole or in
part, is not contended.
. t nrt
An IirnU' PUliil.
Uno Jumes riullivaii m'us brouvht be.
fore .ShantK'''j yesterday, under that
provMon of the oxIifUd ordinances that
declares the act of carrying concealed
weapons an oll'eiijo ngaitut tho pence
and dignity of the municipality. Tho
charge was sustained and the ncctiicd
flued $5 and the belongings. Uuappalied
by this expensive experience Mr. Sulli
van not only continued to carry his con
cealed weapon! but tired U'o'fr Within tho
sacred precincts of tho corporation. Ho
was again arrested, again flued, the
total amount figured up something" over
twenty dollars. This sum ho paid by
leaving town on the tirsl steamboat that
left our landing.
TUr AUif ileum Tlie MttroiiolltMl .Slur
Every citizen who won id placcratlon.
al and refining pastime within tho reach
of all who havo tho leisuro .hours to de
vote, to it, will heartily weicomo tlio
coming of tho Mctropoll tan Star troupe,
on tho firiit day of November. That tho
company Is a talented and meritorious
ono wo aro already convinced, and to
tho evidence on tills point, furnished by
us yesterday, wo add, from tho aum
source, tho Quinoy 'Herald,' the follow,
A largo houso greeted tho first appear
ance ot Miss Katto Putnam and theetar
combination last evening, a better houso
than has welcomed any tneairtcai troupo
hero for years. Miss Putnam made a I
"hit" boforo tho first act was through,
tho cu thuslaMn demanding an oico, c of 1
the tableaux, of which alio was tho cen-1
tro figure, and she at once established 1
hcrseiras a lavorite. 'i ne piuy selected
for tho opening (Tho Old Curiosity Shop)
could not havo been better selected to
show tho company to good advantage.
The representation throughout wns bet
ter by far than any wo havo over seen
outside of tho principal theatres, and tho
best probably In all its characters over
witnessed in n place of amusement in
Quluoy. Katio as Llttlo Nell won
tho liearta of nil by her truth
ful delineation of j the purity
of character, Innooence of heart and ten
dernoss of affection of the little orphan
But, as Marchioness, she took tho house
by fctorm and exhibited n belter adaption
for tliis role than the other. Her clog
was well executed, and her lively per
sonation of tho kuv nndrattlluirL'lrl of all
I work, as a sweetheart and bride, was
loudlv annlauded. n
Ttie careless, Jolly and rolllokiug Dick
Swlvoller, was faithfully mirrored by
Edwin Hrowno, who Is an artist of con
siderable dramatic ability. HisBwlvell
or was an aerceablo surprise and a mer
itorious performance. J. II. llurnutt
mado Quilpso vlllanlous and detestable
In his hypocrisy, that his sudden uhango
of fortune In tho last act was a relief to
all. Mr. E. A. McDowell as Slum, and
Mr. Gray as Brass, both acquitted them
selves creditably, and were received
with applause. The characters gener
ally were well represented, and there
wero none that cauld be called inferior.
Fonrttt Wnrd Item.
J. H. Metcalf is enlarging his store
room, taking in tho room in the adjoin
ing building. Metcalf is determined that
the Fourth warders shall havo plenty to
eat, provided they pay for It.
A dry goods' department Is being in
troduced into tho large grocery establish
raent of Wm. Klugo, on Poplar street.
The placid and courteous Jimmy Colo
man, ho long with Rittcnhouso it Hanny,
Will boss tho yardstick and scissors.
There will be interesting exercises in
tho High School room to-morrow, a
o'clock, consisting, in part, of declama
tions, music, physical exercises, otc.JPa
pors prepared by Clara Harrell and Wil
lie Christmiin, pupils of the school, will
bo read. Friends nnd patrons of the
bcIiooI aro cordially Invited.
Mr. W.' Thornton relumed home
from a trip to St. Louis yesterday mom
liS. Tjjc suspension of work on tho Cairo
and Vi'ncenhcirallroad'is (lie chief topic
among tho laborers of tho Fourth ward.
A number of them ureieft entirely penniless.
CJJn-rROO, t; X li. t. V. . -IJlii!
Wo have for sale three and a half
of pure old London Dock Gin. We havo
been offered 11 thousand dollars per bottlo
for It in Paducah nnd Evansvillo railroad
bomb, but, n it cost us something, wo
nro not disposed to thus throw it nwny.
V. S.-Tt Ia prime article. "Children
cry for it" but they nro destitute of that
"commodity" tlmt renders patronnge
UllHllll-h 1IH1 Illl-Kflll.
That eligibly bituated business house
No. Thornton's block, Tenth street, is
for rent. Apply on the prcmlbcs.
Do you want to save from $5 to $15 on
that suit of clothing you have mado up
your mind to buy? If so go directly to
Ike WalderV, corner of Sixth nnd Levee,
and buy from his Immense now stock
that ho has Just opened 1 3t
Ali'vonitrr C'oimiy TVfirlit'iV InIIMite.
A scslon of tho above named Institute
will bo held at Thebes, commencing
Thursday, October, 21st., 1S00, at ono
o'clock p. in., aud continuing two days,
until Saturday noon, October 23J.
Tho programme will elubrace exercises
in all the branches required by law to bo
taught in the public school, to-wlt: or
thography, English romllng, peunmaii
ship, arithmelhic, Engll-di grammar,
modern geography, and the history of;
the I'nlted plates; with music and es
says, discussions nnd addresses on edu
cational subjects, Intc.'sporsed .
Teachers and school .directors will take
notice that ''no reduction of pay or loss
of time will bo Inourred by tho tenchors
attending" this Institute; and thu
teachers fr m every school district in the
oounty, outeide of Cairo, (which excep
tion is made because an intituto will be
held there sometime during the Fall or
Winter) are expected to be present and
take part in thu exercises. The hchool
directors of every dlstrlot should rfrc
their teachers to attond, since It Is to their
Interest to have competent teachers; and
no better opportunity for tetiting their
competence will bo afforded than the
exercise,-; of this institute; and the coun
ty superintendent pledges himself to re
voko the certificate of any teacher whoso
incompetency Is made apparaut.
Not knowing who nt present compose
tho execullvo committee of the Alexan
der county Teachers' Institute, tho coun
ty superintendent has taken this method
of complying with tho school law which
makes it his duty to encourage tho for
mation of teachers' institutes.
jVll friends of education are cordially
Invited. lj. 1. UuxLUit,
County Superintendent of Schools.
Tvenly I'lto C111U,
Tills amount will buy n bottlo of Mrs.
Whitcomb's syrup, tho great soothing
remedy for all diseases incident to in
fants and children.
Smith's Tonic Syrup has been tounter.
felted, and tho counterfeiter, brought to
grief. SMITH'S TONIC SVRUT.
Tho genuine nrticlo must have Dr.
John liur,i.'s rfVlvato stamp on each hot.
tie. T)r. John 15CT.I, only has tho right
to manufacture and sell tho original
John J. Smith's TONIC SYltUP, of
Louisville, Ky. F.xamine well tho label
on each bottle. If my private stamp is
not on tho bottle, do not purchase, or you
will be deceived. Seo my column adver
tisement, aud my show card. 1 will pros
ccuto any ouo infringing on my right.
Tho genuine Smith's Tonio Syuui can
only bo prepared by myself.
The public servent.
Dr. John Uui.l,
Louisville, Ky Oct. 2a. 1MJS.
Boys, look here! A real handsome,
serviceable, well made suit of Winter
clothing can be bought at I. Walder's
corner of Sixth and Loveo streets, nt
from ?! to 514. 3t
HooU)- Ilnlltn' l'owcler
Stands unequaled for making light,
healthy nnd nutritious rolls, biscuits,
griddlo cakes, Ao. The ingredients used
in the manufacture of this powder aro
not only chemically pure, but so propor
tinned that tho results produced aro the
Eamo each tlmo. Iu this respect it
possesses superiority over all others In
tho market. Only two teaspoonfuls arc
required for a quart of flour. For salo by
grocers generally. ITso Dooley's baking
Gentlemen's under-wear of all kinds,
flannel overall I rt, hosiery, bata and caps
the best and cheapest assortment in
Cairo at Iko Walder's, corner of 8lxth
and Levee streets. ' 3t
Prof. C. RobblnH will arrive in Cairo on
Thursday morning and will remain da
ring tbe week. During his stay he will
attend to all orders for tuning or repair
ing pianos. Ho will also supply parties
desiring to purchaso pianos, on the best
and .most advantageous terms. Leavo
rdcrs at Halllday Bros. . 4L
Trunks, vnllses, carpet' sacks, umbrel
las, boy's and men's boots and shbes-a
rousing stock Just opened at I. TValder's.
Don't you buy until you have called
The weather continues oear, and is
rather warmer than for somo days past,
tho mercury ranging about70. eBusiness
Is moderately good.
Tho Mississippi rind Ito uppei tributar
ies continue slowly to recede..
The Ohio it reported statiquftry at
Pittsburg with 30 Inches In the channel
and at Louisville wlth,2 feet 0 inches in
the chtito over tho falls. B
Here little or no change is perceptible.
The Clara Scott brought for .CundJff3fc.
Co., S bbls apples, Barclay Bros. 0 pkga,
und for reshipment south 605 bbls Hour
and a largo lot furnlturo and sundries.
The Contlnentni added 24 horses and
.Mules, and 100 tons sundries for tho
Tho Gill added nothing.
Tho Wm. White is the regular Cairo
and Paducah packet this evening.
Tho John Lumsden is tho Evaiisviile,
packet this evening.
Linen fcheetlng J2 quarters wde, SI 75
cents per yard, at Rellly'a. tf
IT You WniU
.Mntrml tomikr (irtnllsrbolltrnf thMt Hair Ho
tfiriii-i-v r tin I f r retiring (jrny luir to Its orif.
inal l. r, x-nil SirontH fur a rkie.
ir Von Winn
Nice Vh ti T. -th, Ilciltlij Ouin-.nn.l nitrcoi bn-alli
jnl for our TUltKJill PUNTItltyCi:, rltr. V.
IT Tim Wnnt ' - 1
A ur lire fur Hetvlaehe , Crttarrh, Jvufni'w, or ti 1
inir In tho erc. nn-t Tor our HrKUXl'TATniir
l'r -ii 'nt.
cs.I.ittierof tho liTf wnt j..il.unl on r).clit
of rlr. ' I
Aillrc Jo-ili K. I.H.hr, 131 .Mrljit.Wt, St.
Low, Mo. -27 Ijilaw
A Iturr Collri'lion. Ittiwlnuil'ii ICfrrliiU.
MneiuArt, DJomcnc., vtl., comirllnjj flul.l
miorrnntl'infur ctorjlHt). ,St ly nihil, (frr f
poUco) for 50 ecutf.
A.l.lri-M It. K. .NMnM.UNDr, ! .Mmket tiet, .Kt.
-"', lo K'.Tilawly
Of nearly one buiidrMl rcrol tn fur making t.nm ljr i
alt kiul cl Wine, Otn, Ate, Ilt-er, Conllklii, Stiponor
Ciller, sttil muoti otlxr u.f ful mfnrinatlon for thoio
IcalihK Inor innufiwturin; nny of tlm hUitp, ultlirr
f 1 r ilw irtul ir homo u.
Snt l.y mail, trr- of jwlajp, lor Vrntf. Aiiilrrx
It. K. NOIOIANIM-, Nil Wnrkrl iliwl, (. I,ni, Mo.
Sew .'tnirlayr .'nlitr.
A.N Ev-Ar loll lol'Mi MK.V, mi I'liyilological
Kii"i, Vi.nhi .an.l nK-ulfnl to Toutli aid!
lUrry Manlion.1, whi.-li rrt imrwJIiuPnli to MAIt
KH'iI .-li fun- in.-in. of rluf. Sent in nealH 1ft
lr inrli.. , trtr .,f 1 burg. A liUr., Ir. H SICII,.
I.1N II"Vi.JlTX, II. muni Amwiation, I'hilAiiel.
jil" . f. M'fTiUwam
jpOH HASITORT AND WATKRLOO
itKCLi.AU Tutt'ii.sn.w iMcuirr.
m .rr'ii 'Iholislitilraiilitntcmiior AI.PIIA,
'VJrTti T. ' HVMAN. JlMli-r. W. '.. MT.U,
drrk. will lean, fur the atiove ami Hit lutcrmeiliotii
TKXNIr. niVKH, KVKItY TlIl'nsPAY KVKN
Tli" Atphniwnwtrlooly at IMnrilte wfth trln
for ('tnrknTlIlP, llnutiiiB UriH'ii Ami I.otilt, nnl
at Joluixinvillti with triflnfi for Nalnllte.
tieturnim: olio riimiivt nt Oiiru tilth iitmniKrn ami
ttuun fur ull xiiiiti, nulutf
QAlitO AND PADUCAlI
Tim liKl.t uM'ighl jiuionaer fteamiT
W.M. AVIIITK, '
It. V. MilnlinilN Milcr,
Wit. mnka ronulrr 1.M.V Tim's lwi'.ti Calm nnil
fa lot nli, li'iivini; Cuiro oury civninij (ttautlaya !
vrphnii atrlieo t'look.
the Wli:ti onm- U at Piliii nhwitMlioNcwOrli'an
Ami OI1I0 railrou.1, ant lln C'limt'MUmt ami Trnnco-ff
Kr (le'sUt or pawsB' Apnlr on nl, or In
.V. J. Hl'CKI.KY, AiK-nt.
Iaii3S.IiI Cairo. Itllnoln.
KOPLAR CAIRO AND KASTI'ORT
M i: All.lt A. HAKCK.
Leave 1 Cairo every .MOXD.VT LVE.VING, nuking
rloiin connection with trains nt Danvillu for Clnrk
Mile, nui) nt Jiihnniilte, with trains for Nnthrilli.
I'.irtionliir allorit Inn palil to way luinnii'X.
tiliito of lUinola. Alaxiimler Comity. a. Alex&mlur
luiimj, v11u.11 ...
In the Matter of Henry W. liillinRs')
14. farv M&ckonzir. JinnU Mm.
kiiuio.kfiinctliMiiokfiiiie, Mnr-J Hill fr hutition
Hli.il MaPkfmio, lioornio nnil Allollilfnl
keiitle, John Q. Knriimn ami or Poner.
Chultoruf Winkton. J
I'nblic notito u hereby Kiven, that In piiuuanco of
nilwrrtaliinleronteriil In the iilre entitled cainns
In siil'l court, im tho '.Oth day of April, A. 1). li'J.
I. Jaooh (i. l.yiii-h kin. ial i oiiiniinkiner appointed
under the d. cioe heroin will, on tho Wth day of (V.
totier A. I). lWii.ataoVlocklnthoBfternooii or Mid
day. i ill sell nt miction to the hlKhcut Mdiler,
fnrvah at tho aouthrt door of tho Court Houe In
tlie C ity of Cairo. In mid County, tho followinic de.
p, riUd roat entati, In the countie of Alexander ami
l'ulaski uud Hlato of lllinoii i Tho fractional west
half uf section Olio iD.towiuhip eventt;cn (III, joiith
i.i.co ono il, wust of tlm third principal Meridian,
(naidlan li nppraued at J18 1 w) per acre, ill not ho
f,.d tor km fiin two.thlrda of apnrainil valno.no
ridi'iiilitionallowiid from nate.) togetlior with all and
elngulnrttte tenement and lirelitnrnentj thereunto
M"nlBg -JACOB O. LYNCH.
Special CommlMlontr liniler iJecrat.
i J(r Scri ti mtcrt.-. D. Wt, w
JLLINOIS OKNTHAL RAILKOAD.
Quickest Route from the South
Rt. toulf, Loitlavllle, Cliiclnnnll, Chic
w York, Iloiton;
ALL POINTS EAST AND XORTIT.
I'afttnser train arrive at nnd If uto Cnlrn at (01)4
AlUtlVf-3l50 A. f 41.10 p. n.
OEl'ArtT-Ui'JO A. M llOO V. M.
both trainn connoot at Centralla with tralna on tL
At Pan., ricrntur, mtiinni:ton, F.l IVo, Ln f'nlle
Melidota, Frpepnrt, (ialcna, Ihihuque,
ml nit poliit.i In
Illlnoli, Imvii ?Ilnueiinln, .Mlootirl nntl
And with lilies running lint mid Weet for
St. Inils, Snrlngllelil, Louisville, Cincin
nati, Inillatiapolls autl Columlnin,
And at Clilcagf, Villi Michigan Cmitrnl, Mlohlgwi
Southern, and I'ltUliuri?, Tort Wnyno nnd
Oilcno Itailrosd for
AI.1UNY, Ni:W VOltK,
WASIIl.NOTUN CITV, and
For throiiKh tickt and Infnrmation, apply at lh
IllinoH Cintnl Ri, 'r . id lL p..t.
O- neral TaMenger Aent, Chlcnsro.
M. ilt'nlllTT.tif neral iipcrlntennent.
JAMf Jcll.NhOS. AK't't. tiwro. lar.iWtf
JJENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL R. R.
i) r i. i: t i: i c jc .
til .Miles the .Shortest Route to Xew Vork!
At I'ltt'tur trains from tho Yt run d'ret to the
Union ilejiot, where iHin.tnRern for llarrinlnir. Until,
more, aslunKton, rliil.ultliin. Sfw V..rk, l'toc,
and alt th" N.-w Kia'' ind twn.,au tr Mint" rr"l tu
1KX XS YL VAN I A 3S l t.li O AI.
Iluyyou tUket-. for Nur York, l'lii'idilpliia anl nil
point Vj-tt, in tln P.tuliunr, Kort Wn)ii.- A Llnoau
Mild thu I'inlix)ltanw Ctnlrtl llnilt".id. The train of
I li L I X O I S V !: X T It A 1.
makecloe eorneetinnn at Mutoon and riuencoi and
thn entire trip to .N'ew Vork i made witti only tw
fhaiige of cars.
Klogiuit U'ltlc Jn.seKer Cnrn,
rtiitirtl ItHif nil! jirovcil Sent!
Tl.v.e car :ir llmr iiUl) ventilated and provliU
with every m idei-n niprorenrnt neeeawv to the
safety and comfort of trn,derit
STATiMcooja si.i:i:ii.(; caks,
lUin throlih to llula4llptiki (Ki Ml Nliilil Tiaim,
and New YorkMa Philadelphia and Allentown, with
out e)iati!, MinrdiiiK llUM-ajfcrs a n.;'l,! of tui li.
Inrll rest, nnd
I.nimliii.- (Iirm I" .Yoiv York Honrs In
lilVHiiei or nil other i.lMetl
tod in time to aonire Hotel iwnnunn tniin l . f. re
tlic arr.t i! ( thv pu.t ugi i I r route.
To llotnn and Nw llnr'and p.. i.'."V. th' r l
I i pw!M,ll,i dwnml'le, h. ii niveallii'iii mi opi-.rtnuitT
of aeeine I'' 1fit ainf'.j.' (' .lit ul.ai.f
MoillltrtilH-, IwaldM v!.,niik IlUaliiirir fhiliidnll I. a
and .New V..rk, Wllliout lUlra ni.
BIT All N'- KiiKlund ni.e 'jinrn 1. I I n ihr.iiith
ticket, will I., iianeferre.l, th ih.'ir HKK'X, K.t.l
ami Ho4 Coiii.iution. in .V'W Vork, w.lhoul cb io.
Four Dully Trnlm l.ouvoN. V Ton Ilovtou.
Thirteen llnlly Trhi7i.eao I'liilndelpliU
for New Yuri;,
Via J'rey file nnd Camden and Amhoy. THatancc,
ft mil,; Time, I hi.iin.
This i. tli only route hy u hieh jMMNir ' n leavo
C'lik'a'i Butur Uy nfieriiiMin, in u thrniinh car. This
Ir.iiil leaven lh- IMulHirx, Kurt Suyn,' A. fhuapo
Railway leMit at .V.tn in and run. ilir. iili w,lhut
(Miiy.urriumf lii .Nm, Ytirk at ii;ii Xloiiday mominf.
Hours In Advance of Other Lines!
The uio pin. I r Jin from chicaRu arroei in New
llorkntli! 15 II.IH- theSU'ioNIi UAY, u l.u IXoiira
In Ailvnliro of Hiiy nllirr Itmil,! with . ..r
rr.pondingrluulion to HOiTuN, Pitll.Al-KI.I'IUA,
llAl.TIMOUr: and WAHHINOToN.
cr lliiLvaiie clii-ekml thrnui;li limit statlonunn tlm
I.llioof the I't nb.vlvunlH IUiIh ay, and to Baltimore,
l'hilmlclphiaand New York, from I'ut.Uirg, C'huso,
Mid ull pruwipal Weatiru Otiei,
rtd UatiM of fri'iht and xpr frnh tn any
Jutcru point, are at all timn m f.tvornlld as are
eharijoil ny i.iiht hnei.
r.if Tluouli ticket for nI nt ih iwinoipnl oilicei
In the West.
KDWAIW H.. WILLIAMS,
1, n. r.d up. riniciidi-nl. Aitoona I'a.
T. L. K1.MHAI.L, 1'iMomiiifiT Agent, Chlago.
JA V INSTITUTE,
Franklin County, Illinois.
Hon. -V. JJ. UUPFi
W. AV. UAltR, IChii.
The next elnn of Intitiitt u ill esmmauco on
(ho HOl ltTll JtoNDAY OF NOYKMIIF.II, UW, and
continue for a term of fourteen week'.
TUITION of the senior. noreslon. thlrti' dollar
each i for thojiiiimrs. twenty dollar each, ritudeni
lmo tlm pilviloijo or entering iom i.iea m,
Mine time, if they with, without any additional
charge aboe Unit of the seulorcla.
IUm'Ii dan will i e.dt. own oiery day. and in addi
tion two livtureeli neck will ho diliverod hefote.
theeU4o.ihy.ll MiK POT. Uwi hiioIi hraiiBheB of
the law w ill l" 't advanco ilio students iu their
A liwlilir.iry and iwidutir room willtaopen st all
times to siudcnu. f'"' of itmro.
1 1 ourt mil Im helil two dayi In eocli month.
Ciri iilir. w.tu further Information, m.iy U ob
t.nncd hy ad'licmiiK the
"SKCKKTAKY OF TIIK I1KNTON LAW INSTI.
LLIOTT, HAYTIIORN t.CO.,
VliolunrTkalei and Jf.inur5ctiireM,
BOOTS AND SPIOES
to COMJIl'.UOAI. AYKNUK,
ion ruiid to orilvrn.
II, (LU01T, I
o jutTiioav, n. j
j oiKiiiuni.ii aosTOS,