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OFFICE: No. 13 Tenth Street, Thornton ' Building,
MONDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER .5. 18G9
JOHN II. 0I3EKLY & CO
From tho I.oiiIhtiIIk llxprcn, Wh.'
x u.M'i?iJnsii:n :iiaiti:k oftiik
"A CArtc-dcvIMto was taken from a
uuk of Indies clothing It represented
,tner a Jleuiiy lady
lylaiiy: tiarK urown nair
me up in braids mid bunging low on
10 neck; the collar was wlilto and nar
iw, and a breast-pin; right hand rest
ig on table, and riding gloves on; ear
og: forehead Juigh and features regular.,
oulu ft li'avo been the late lumentW
!. Krnma Fitch No. 1M0 Broadway?"
8t. Louis Democrat repot t of theJHtone-.
This wm alt tbero waa about "Mrs.
una Fitch," and the report want ob
Ith the terrible ttory of tlio wreck; of
tdlaa recovered and bodies loat: of
xllentark and cold: of bodies charred,
id biaokenea; ana wo uouiea mat uaa
in found were allayatoniatlcally num
tred, o tlut the reporter, in making up
i Hit, gavo every dead body para
apb, and piled them one above the
bar in the uewapaper columns for the
itter indentiflcation by the frleuui who
Ight bo aearohlngfor the loat.
In all the accounts, however, there was,
irhap, no morn significant paragraph
tan that about the photograph. Mrs.
mma Fitch was among the lost, but this
as all tliero was that taldof the unhap
f fate of this singular woman. Hne was
ell known in Louisville, and her his
ry is familiar to many persona in this
ty. If wehavobeeu correctly informed,
rs. Fitch, as she called heratlf, was the
lughlnr of a citizen of Louisville, now
ad; her maiden name Hurenu Talbot,
'hail n girl her parents almost idolized
ir, and when, us sho was budding into
omanhood, Mie became the wife of one
'our wealthiest business men, It seem
1 to her doting father that his darling
lild wns being torn from him forever
etted and spoiled though she w.n, und
ore a uoii man n wire, tuo mibiiami
a wire, uio jiubuanii , lnw ra,ncai ,,arty in rpite of the oppo.l
Id everyth ng in his lo1 of t,.r party, could bo Induced to
her happiness. He . RCtwlt, t, rudicals in the convention.
vod her, and did
iwer to promote
Jrcliased n farm near the city, ami the
oung wlfedroTO In her carriage from
er beautiful country residence when-
rcr she had occasion to visit her parents.
roottnan and all the modorn niagulll
nce calculated to inspire pedestrian
we, accompanied tliu carriage, and
tany an envious eye turned that way
henuver hershlmmcrlngcharlot wheels
juuded their genteel coming behind
,vo spanking bays or grays they may
ftue came te tho city often, and,
iwiuukii sue neemeu ma iiajipicsi n
I. I .1.. 1 1
Ives, her father, since her marriage,
as been the unhapplest of men, and it
as not long before hfr parents were
rgliiK her to abandon her husband end
iturn to hcrold home. Strange to say,
leyatlengtli succeeded in persuading
er to return, and to the Infinite nr. ton
hment of Iht husband, ho was obliged
give her up. The singularity of the
i esse nttrnclfd a creat deal of atten-
on at the time, and much lympathy
as expreved for the husband , who was
Ighly esteemed as a worthy aj well as
'ealthy gontiemati. In order to be
.itirely freo frotu hiu, the t.iprlelous
eretia went away 10 asuing(on,
hereshf remained blx mouths In order
) obtain a divorce, fibe waited In vain
t the capital, fr the divorce-was refjs
d. Xext made a pIlKrimaRO to
ndlana, where the divorce was llnally
ranted, and, thus healed of matrimony,
ic camu home.
Hero Was u most unproml-lng begin
dig for a beautiful young woman, and
very extraordinary sort of a life fol
twedupouthis heglnnlng.as might well
avo beeh expected. The divorced wife
I couro of t me, fell a victim to a sec
nil love and married an actor by the
amo of Swift, of couro much against
le will of his parents. Swift, tho story
os, was a fast man, but stiutted
U brief luur in this locality to
iiiio advantage. Tho beautiful Se
ine, a. Mm. Swift, soon developed into
n actress, but on making her dobut was
Used from the stage, and her theatrical
reer theu and thero saw tho beginning
f its oud. Her dramatic associations
ilucd her, and in tho course of time she
ecame separated from her second bus
and, from whom sho was finally dN
urced, Her father, It Is hald, tiled of a
roken heart after her nconnd marriage.
Next hho becamelnotorlous as tho pa
4muur of Major Fitch, a Michigan of
cer, who wai for some tlnu Provost
fnrsbal at tlili nolnt. Of her intlniHoy
f.tli this man, and some of Its fearful j
-sttlti', 8 Jine accjunt was given In the
.. nlsvlllo C'ouiior in August, 18-?. This
asoii re- ultcd In his utter ruin, morally
t,d tiinneli.Ily. Kilch at laa went to
t Lmls, but l.u'l little more to do with
er. Ho prowl liimself lit for nothing.
t,d even lot ft situation ns driver of a
treet car, utterly worthies had ha
come. "Mrs. Kitoh" got alioaril tho
teamor Stonewall at St. Louis in ouni
my with a female frl -mJ, intending to
to Xew Orleai.s, and both she and her
mp;mlon were loUIn the terrible dis
ster at Nwlnv's Landing. How they
.led, whether ly lire or Hood, may never
a known The hot Humes of tho burli
ng wroel; may have boi their wlinling
hoot, or the dark waters may have
iosed over them as they Mrus'KU'd with
l.u res.Ulle.:i current. Whatever may
uvn h.tn their fnti, o rlnluly the orso
f on ' oJ.h very miu-h as if it were a
trribli-r. tiii ui m, long withl.ild, but
lt-o a i t'i vuij xu nf an '-tU tided
1 -i , Is
v oitis rt:t j.ol'ai.. MnvMJMS'J.KN.
oM.lng nioro common than tu hear
-onle talk of what they puy newspapers
r a l.i tuii'g, ilc, as ho inu-'h given in
iMilb V wKpapiT, by t'lihunelng the
in f i iMiiertv In their neighborhood
rtil i;n i
ti.o liiualitici n wh loll tluvv
m "i .. llll - . 1 At
'i ui' i a i;'mmim.i niii "vmi'iii
i.Uin'i p iiles, If thoy aro merchants.
-i ie.il (st.it nwium, Ihrlfo tin- amount
annually or tho nii-agor num thoy imy
for the ir Hiipport. llesfdi'ii every public
spirited cllijien liaa a laudablo prido in
having a paper of Which hebjiioUsham.
ml, even thi.u.th ho rthoultl plik it up In
Vow York or Washington.
A good locking Hhoet helps property,
gives character to locality, and in many
rospeots la a desirable public conven
ience. If from any causo the matter in
the local or editorial -column should not
bo your standard, do not cast it asldo and
pronounce it good for nothing, until sat
Isflod that'tnere Is no more labor bestow
ed upon it than is paid for. If you want
a good readable sheet it must be bud
ported. And It must not be supported in
any spirit of charity either, but because
you fuel a nocessily to support It. The
local press is the power that moves the
people. -iV. Y. Tribune.
A DEMOCRATIC BOBT.
(Frtxn the Quiacy 'Ha'ald'.)
In the election of membors to the con
atltutlonal oonventlon, the democracy
have done Bobly. They have eleeted a
majority of one to the convention, fcotin
ting regular democratic nomlnatioBs.
and democrats who ran and were elected
In radical couatlee. The result, aa given
in the Springfield Beglster. with all the
counties heart! from, and ail the names
given, is as follows:
ladspe ndeot Uadicals.
To tJ (5
It will be seen that this statement
gives the democrats a majority of one in
the convention -counting regular demo
crats and independent democrats. That
we may safely count on the independent
democrats aaopposcd to the radical party,
Is settled by the fact that they ran ns in
dependent candidates In radical counties
against regular radical nominations, and
were elected. It Is hardly possible that
a democrat elected in a radical county
over tho regular nomination of
Beside, the five men who set down
uUo caljdWBle!1 l!)t. rfldca, C0untlea
against the regular nominations of the
radical party, i ney were supported by
democrat', and elected by democratic
voters. They were opposed by reiruar
radical nominees, ana voted against b
the mass! of radical voters. It
not reasonable to suppose that
these men will idmtlfy then
selves with the radical party in the con
Ypntion. It is mora reasons!)! to aunnuaa
. ... . " . .
mat they will unil and cooperate wim
the democratw to resist and put down
mere partisaulim iu the convention. If
so. the democrats and conservatives will
huve-lSaud the radicals .17 votes in that
body. liut iu any event, the radicals
have been defeated, and will be power
less iu the convention. They have been
checkmated, and will not be able to
make a partisan constitution, or to con
trol. In any manner, the action of the
TP.AVKL aslrHK 'westers
Jleu Wood, of tho New York 'News,'
know about as much about Mississippi
river boati and boatmen aa a hog does of
etiquette or an Englishman of American
geography, The evidence of this fact is
found iu tho following brace of para
graphs which wc take from a late num
ber of hlB paper:
"Since the Western waters were first
navigated by uteamers they have fur
nished us almost weekly with painful
reclUls. Tho law requiring the Inspection
of steamboat boilers had the effect to re
duco their number for a whllo, and the
removal of snags from tho Missouri and
Mississippi rivers aided in the reduc
tion. "The Captains do not now, as thoy
formerly did, stand on the valve and
order the engineer to givo her all Mie
can carry; but they are, iu every other
respect as reckless as they ever were,
and their boaU aro always liable to sud
den accidents. Thoy never make any
provision either to prevent them or to
provide for tho rescue of passengers
when they occur. Tim deok hands, as a
general thing, aro little belter than out
laws, und are usually iu a state of war
faro with the mate, who raroly makes a
trip without knocking one or two of
them into tho river, and leaving them to
got out the best way thoy can.
"Captains, clerks and pilot, wltlisome
honorable exceptions, indulge Iu
"poker" and "evenup" In the cabin
with the blacklegs, who aro recognised
ludl-ipanslbloi o. Ohio and Mhwlsalnpl
fttPiuiihuatj! and there Is nothing like
care, or precaution against ncciuein, ur
provision to Insure safety. On an open
deck, closo to tho furuaees, uro casks of
petroleum, bales of hay, citton cr hemp,
as tho caso may be. Tnero is nothing
like a police. 13 very one does as lie
pleanes; and among tho river thieves,
pickpockets and rulllans to bo found both
on deck and iu the cabin of overy West
ern steamboat, is it any wonder that
fires occur, or la it not a great wonder
that such us the Stonewall aro not mora
An exchange gives tlift following sin
gular muth6d of telling tne timooi nay
or night, which we copy for tho benefit
of tho"e who wish to try tho experiment:
"Seat yourself at a table attach a
piece of metal say a shilling) to a
thread. Having plaepd your elbow on
the tabic, hold the thread belweon tho
thumb and forefinger, and allow tho
tiilMIng to hang in the centre or y ui
tumbler. The pulse will immediately
cause tho shilling to vibrato like a pen
dulum, the vibrations will Inoreas-o
until the ahlllingBtrlkea the Mia at tho
ultts: and supposing tho tlmo of the ex
perlnient to bo at 9lho hour of seven or
half past fruven, the pendulum will atrlko
the glaH seven tlmc3 and then lose Its
momentum and return to tho centra; ir
you hold the thread a nuflloiont length
of time, the eileet will bo repeated; but
not until a mitllclout length of time has
elapsed to convince you that the experi
ment Is complole. We need not ndd that
tho thread must be held with a steady
hand, otherwise the vibrating motion
would bo counteracted. At whatever
hour of the day or night tho experiment
is aaade the coincidence wrlll be the tame.
fuxemaL oH' Trii; late
CremmIc sit the
Who J?roont and
who aonvt.thQii! QarriayoB.
8 Mmw CsbU.)
Lovdox, 3fpv.,J?.-rTh, bsequlee of
live jat Ueorg reaoooy iook piace inn
afternoon 'Tee funeral possession form
ed at the mansion of D. K. Curtis Lamp
son, In Eaton Square, tho residence of
the deceased. It consisted of a hearse
and five mourningboaches. Among the
mourners were General C. Grey, her
MaUstv'a Private Secretary, renroscnt
lnir the Uueen: Mr. Motley. Minister of
the United States; BenJ. Moran, Secre
tary ot the American Legation; Free
man II. Morse, American Consul at
London; Russell Sturgs; aud J S. Mor
gan, Esq. 1 -
TIIK VACANT CAHUIAO.
Pollowlnc the procession were the car
riages of the Queen, Prince of Wales, Sir
Curtis Lampion, Lord Mayor and Alder
men of London, high sheritrs of Loudon
and of the court of Middlesex aud Sur
..ir ln nnnli.itfi nf Rntnor-i!. Munl,li rl
ToMUsend, Lady Kranklm, Miss Jiuroett
Courts, and many oiner.s.
TICK FUNKIUIi COKTKdK
passed slowly through the streets, which
were lined with silent crowds or specta
tors to Westminister Ahby. Tho vener
able structure was completely tilled with
people who had been admitted by tickets,
and all were dressed in mourning.
IS WKsTMISIsTKU AHUV
the chair was hung with black, aud tho
somber aspect of tho Interior was only
relieved by the richly-decorated robes of
the Lord Mayor aud the sherllls Stand
ing near theaacrarium as the body waa
brought in were Mr. Gladstone, Lord
Clarendon, the dean of St. Paul's, the
ltev. Tho. Itentiey, a dissenting min
ister, Dr. George Edward Day, and Mr.
A Hood of cunshlne poured through
the windows, and the choir opened at
the moment the porcesslon eutercd the
Thccoflln, which was placed on a bier
at the cud of tho choir, was plain and
uuornamented, and covered with black
cloth. On the lid was a brass plato with
an Inscription giving simply the
name of (hedtceased and tho place aud
date of bis birth aud death.
Tho lesson was read by Archdeacou of
Westminister. As soon as the ceremony
within thechurch was over the porces
slon formed HL'sin and advanced to a
pot ucarthe western snttauce, where a
teraporaryl grave had been prepared,!
and uu excavation two or three feet
deep had been made. Thn sides of the
grave were lined with black drapery.
Here thu body was deposited, aud "ill
remain until it Is transported to Ameri
ca. Lord John Thyuue read the remain
der of the burial .ervlco at the head of
the grave. On tho right stood the mourn
ers, including tho American Miulster,
aud on the left were Uen. Grey, Mr.
Uladstoue, Lord Clarendon, tho Lord
Mayer, tho High SherifTs aud the clergy
of Westminister aud St. Paul's.
The dolemnity of tho occasion was pro
foundly full by the vast assembly and
many present shed tears. During a
choral service, which included the sing
ing of the anthem. "His body is burled
in peace, but his natuo liveth over
THE LAST OF KAHTH.
After the coflln had beeu lowered into
the grave a tloral caso was placed upou
it. This act was witnessed iu profound
silence, and nerved to Increase tho
emotion which pervaded tho congrega
tion. The people then passed around
tho cutlln aud took a last look at the
features of the deceased.
The Bishop of London will preach the
fueral sermon Sunday.
During the li'Kl armngemonls for the
'Stuta trlitlH" onil iironccutlon of tho
Into great IrUh aglttttor tiiiil hU ussocl
atus In Dublin, sotnu yeura since, n
very Uwy "connplrtitor" (Mr. Tom
Steel) bored the law ofilcers of the Crown
vastly ami almost UuTy with ntorftlona
rolutlvo to Vili cafe. Tlie Attorney
General (M . Cutck .Smiths bccotnini;
impatient, one day suit! to hlm:,,Mr.
Steel, Icrtiinot reply to your questions ,
and if you ink niiother ouo I will omit
vour niiutu from the Indlcment und you
won't ho tried nt all, slther ft coiiHplr
Chief JiiiUce Chit'tf i brought out for
President in 1ST-', M 'u-Ji
letter to tho contrary notwltliHtnnding.
Vtillandlghum'fi organ', the Dayton
(Ohio) 'Ledger, says' he ! the comliig
man, and uddk:
"Wo have heretofore espre.sod llio
conviction that tho sluplug of ullairn
iviltit.H to the Chief Justico its Grant's
The Mttrosiolh Amateur TUeatrlcal
flub aiinotinces an entertnininent, to be
niado up of tho roaring forces "Nan;, the
good for nothing,'' and "DeUy Ha
Iter," for the bcnellt of the Christian
Church. Tlilsla one of tlio cases where
tho "end," must be considered a justUV
cation of tho "moans h Tho "meaus,"
howover, when devoofed to any other
"und,' are, with those of puritan faith,
generally considered aa lacking in an
alarming'degree, th element of iantlfi'
cutlon. What a world?
ni'i 1. 1 it t v
con, nir, oats, nsa.ar, amo jnini.
Corner r CtMtaMreai Avcsie mmi
Cairo - i - Xllix&olatv
,-. KP full iupply of rd, sad li prrpsred t
nil order; on ihoit tiotics, at ths lowed trinket rates:
1 . .HI
AMPLE PIIOTISIOK FOR THE T0UH6S
TKRS. Guto lOJUoBimeroIsJ nuod bar tost holiday
rood. P. Su hM lairt in elock In (hit Una Uut,
ht Derer Leeo oqutliid id CtJro.
Confection! of all klnJ,to In n&miteii tarletj
eferjIhinglaplrMe nd rtif those who wonldok
eervaClinitmu and Kew reari.
IUmf rabt r the place, tcu Commercial Arenu.
M. H. Caaislee.
ANDEK & MOltRIS,
Notaries Public and Insurance AgeaU.
PFICKSo. 71 OAto Lttu, diy National
Bank Building. declltf
I'IHE AIVI HAKIIVKI
MEKCIIAMS ItH. Co., of Chicago;
OAt'ITAl. AND AWKT5 838,7-iH 11
SECUIMTY Ins. Co., of Xctr Torkj
CAT1TAL AND AWKT3 MJ1,7U,MI 00
COMMERCIAL Ins. Co., or Chicago;
CAPITAL AUD AUSETO 3W,S1I It
IKDEPENDENT Ins. Co., of Bostoa ;
CAPITAL ASD AMrrra aso.to 00
IA5GAM0 Ins. Co., or Springfield;
CAPITAL A1 AStiKTS -.f ia7 5
ACBOUA Ins. Co., or Anrora, 111. ;
CAPITAL JlHO tSiiTK - IO,t0 II
TATE Eire Inf. Co., or Clevelaa, 0.
r-ifiTAii rtD a.rts as4,a aw
J. S. IIKAKDn.V fc JCO., AgtM,
,xijlf Ote Kirst Xtlonsl .k.
JOIIX W. TKOVEll 4t CO., -
HROKERS AND EXCHAJvGE DEALERS
Eighth fWeet, second door um Com.- kit.,
Atis, Paa.iaie Tleketa from
Luerpool, London, Havre, AnUotrp, Bremen
nd Hamburg, io Xe For,
Or to any point West.
Coilectltau mi on any point In ftirop e.
W. V. IIAIililUAV, rrrsldsuti
A. II. HAKKOItl). Ca.hlrri
WALTKH IIYhLOP, Assistant Caslilsr.
8. STATTS TA VI.OR, I V. P. H A M'1 A,T,, ,, . M
SfoVT Winn:. .. , v. I'?1'l,Ti,1.t Hftu i '
Eicbutige, Coin, and United Statca UoinLi
lloiclt anil Sold.
DiprtUi Ret'tvtJ, and a Oenerul BnrMny
rniiE iiut national iiaxk
A .VI TCI
iirtin, I uo
itoirr. v. Mii.i.n.11
l'romitly Attended to.
J i i
t , , V
slimtKe, Coitit HnuU .Vole and
Allowed on Tlmo Denoslts.
10 tlAa CQNtiUMEIU.
Messrs. 0. V. Yr A Co., near cwocr w eignw
seUea with one of I). Mo Donald a.Co.'a IafaJliMa
Id of their mot m
oil) ui chard k
is band Inoanreci, ao rbun
rlM aiauuanea wun tea iwuivor
CAunaw bate Utess ttd.
jJORTG AGE SALE.
, Whereas Chartea 'lhrupt'. nd lfarrl.it ifiThrupn.
Ilia wife, lit thclmale tiiortvue, dntcd (he thlrtecndi
dy of April, A. D. UU9, nnd n-curdvU In llio llecord
er a Offlca of Aloxandcr,coiiaty, Illlnol. did conver
to tho undcrjlRned, Caiolin Hill, tuo following
deee-IUed real .Ute, ailualo in tho cllr of Cufro, Iu
aid county or.Ueiander.nnd Htnto of Illinois, to wits
Lot numbered eight (), la block numbered twcnlj
iwo iaa), M tho aame appears and i known and
deefgnaled on (lie recorded map or plat of raid city of
Cairo, county and itato nforenuld, to ccuro the l'ay-,
ment of a certain promliary not, glren by nn4
Charles Thrupp to aaid Carolina Hllli for Uio aum f
Ten hundred and efglity.aercn dollar and fifty
cants, dtrUd April 13, 1U9. and poyaLlo tlx month
nr the date thereof, with ten per "cent, interest
from fata uatU paid. AikI whereas, default haa beea
raade la tha 'payment Of laid note. I, tho under-Ifn-xl,
to whom aa.d sale mortcais was made, by
Tlrtua of the Urroi and prnriiions of the iama
wU1,-mi Tuaaday JBd day of Notamber.aD 1SC9. at
le-a'tlaek, a m.of that dar.underand by tlrtuo of
t -aetHr ef sale contained in said oate moraff-,
sell at Miblic auction, to the highest bidder, forfcaah,
at lheftat door of the Courf Iloute, In said city of
Cairo, lia iba county of Alexander, and fllato of JN
Jlaoia, tha premises In eald sale mortiaKO described.
ttll;1ot auniberad olght (l),.ln block numbered
twanly.tt?-ai), lB Uia ity of Cairo, Illinois, with
tha appurtenance, to satisfy tho purposes and condi
ttaas of said sate mortirssc.
Cairo, Illinois, Motembur M, IM-
. CAKOMNK miL.
Alien, neiiDJi iiutier, Attorneys ror IortKRO.
The nartnerihln between the Ciador.iunpJ I. thL.
day dlssolfed by mutual consent, Wm. K. Pitcher
retirini from the firm.
All claim against and dm the Urn will be settled by
Wm. Henry, Jr.
Cairo, III., Kot. J, HOP. V. K. PITCH KR,
w. iiK.var, Jr.,
Thankful to mr fl".cllJj tor Ihrlr IlLorol tmtrnni..
heretofora bestowed, would deiir it rontlnuanco tu
my former partner, W. K. Pitcher.
RECEIVER'S WALE OF STEAMER
llr Tirtneof a decree of the Vanderbiirirb Oreult
Coart, Iu a cause wherein Chirlcs H. Cniwfortl, Jr.,
I. hf.tHllt. - T'I .. 1 1 II . I . . I . .I-"... I 1 ..111
iiu..t, nil I I ii Lilian i.i iiuiui uvif liuiini, , w iu ,
on tliMli day of Nutemtfr uext, between th
hourof ten o'clock n. m. and two o'clock n. in., at
the Kran)Tillo wharf, sell at public miction the
steamer I.onina. her Uvckle. arrnrcl. nnd furniture.
Terms aa followa; Une-thlrd cash, nno-thlld In sIxIt
days, ono-thinl in ninety ua), with Intereit added;
ino pureiu.-r "TOiiiinit ine urit'rru mriiis uj
ps(er ptyshld In bank hnr, with unduubttnt en
dorsers. mKU. II. hTAKT, llec.iivcr.
COT t lw
ir riii vn nt
statcrial to make a dollar buttle of tli- bet llnlr fie
itoratlTeerer tts'd (ur mlorlng gray hair lo it, uri;
Inal color, send Uct tits for a packas.
If Yon Want
Nice Wh.te Teeth, Healthy Ouiil-, and a rcl breath
tnd for our TUItKI3!! UKNTIIIFIcn, prl.e, :s
If You Want
A sure ft re for Headache, Catarrh, Deafueis, or Lax
ring In the ears, send for our ST EHKUTATORY
Price t& cend.
jju Kither of the Vji nt pott.iaiil on receipt
Addrc Joseph K. ,;hr, 43! Uarkit street, Ct.
Louis, Wo. seJ7 Ijdtw
Of nearly one hundred receipt-) fur niaking brandy
sllltndsof Wine, Oin, Ale, Ueer, Cordl.iH, Fuperier
CUer, and much tit tier us 'fill in.'orriutloti fur those
dralliib'inormanufacturiiiKany of the abote, ellhr
frtho trade or homo utrt.
Sent by mail, fno of p9tie, lar M cent, Addt
It. K. NORMANUY, Wl M-ri.. t ,lre, I, t?. Louis, Mo,
JpENNSYLVAXIA CENTRALIS .
aSui&fa ESiassjg sspsga Eaa
1 O IT K Ii i: T IC A C IC .
81 Milt's the Shorlt'sl Route (o New York I
At Piltiturx trains from tho Writ run direct to the
Union depot, where iuj..eng r fur Hurrisbiirc. Uulti
more, WushmKtoii, PhiU4elilii, Nw Vork. lloston,
and all the Nw KuUnd toU3. a.c trinir.'Ctfcd to
trains of tho
Hoy tou liel.U for NV. Tork, PhitoilelphlA and aH
poinu liai. via tne ri'.ium
unit i'aii viath I'l'tiniuc. i on yi.
Kurt Wj)iir A L'hicsx
and tun IVunsytiaiiuCeniral iluilmud
iiiu irainn ui
make cloe ciicnectwni nt Mkiinon nnd Clnciyo; and
the entire trip to Nw York li made ith only two
i hni;iv of nri
Elcgunt Wldf Pui-fscntfor Cam,
UnlHrtt Itoof-i iitilprn vod .Seat:
aiie.oi'M.M th'.roughlj tent'lJted nd roM4
with e?v luwdern imprneient neoes.ai v to the
safety unifciimfori of tatnlcrs
STA'I'i:-. SLEF.IM.VN CllH,
Kim through lo PhfladtdphU on nil S.jtht IVaius,
mid ,. i Yurkvm I'iiitdiiolpluik unt AlliutuHo, iiitn
out cliauxi', sl'.irilina l'a.4'n;iis mjht of undia
ttubl iait. -and .
I.nnli:i,T llirin ia ...r l.nU Iloiua tu
A!iitiic ol lt utlii'r I.iiif!
Ami !n tihiMo tire lintel Hi-oomniiHl itlous before
llienrnrnl f l.o it-. i.r L' other routes.
ToV.olon aid N" '. Kimliuid pa-wenKi-rs IliU routi
h fi,ivi.Jh deir.M", us it j;iv" them un optiortiinil)
of t'fuls tho' llwv-t '.vlena cmoit t Allcghnny
Muuiitu '"'. lH-stdi-4 visilms Pitti-bur;, Phllaili'lphu
ami Now y.)Kt, M tfl.iwtt liXIr.v ) i:.
a-B-AliN.w K.m l al
iit-f uffer tmldina throujia
l.ik i. .1! I'd tr&h.ftrred; vt ith their I'J-Sf. to Had
nnil lli'tit CuUHei'tiuii, ill o YorK, .thoiit fliaijo.
, , (
Four Dally TsMhtt l.eau-y. Y for Ho-doii.
Thlrleen Dally Trains l.t-nvo I'Jiliudrlphla
. j fur .Nt'tv Ytnk,
VrU Joi v V) m. I r..Mi l. ii u' d Aui-ny. t -tauce, '
- ' liuuWii Tin, I li.'Ui.
1"ht iffRs-Hniiy rilte by Imdi )MHOhfti tm le
CtMu S.itur iifti iuui ti, in 3 hr..i h ei r. This
lia.li H-;.- th- Piit.l.i'U. F.'it i.yti A: ChlojJO
taihisy Ix'."t nt ' p in. nnd run throtiiih without
It liu , .in it ..'4 ii v. YorU at ui o JK.u lui morn iitf.
Hours In Adtuure of Oilier Lines!
'I lie ii. i.- ii fr.mi i In. ..g ' . ' .- Nvw
H-.rk it " I - " m tl, Ki ()l IUY. ! 1.3 ltoiir-l
ti Atlviioro t ttuy inlin Jtci.lff nh eor.
rriimil dtrij rvduptlrttt tn ItOvpiN. I'MII.AI'KM'IIIA,
no- ii .. i . . u- u'iiv'' : r 1 on ,h
li mi of tli.' pi jiii.ylt-i.iiin llAifti jy. and Ij B..li.more,
Philalflfl.'.' nil I N. -x Vork. frm P -''i'fj. tUuo,
and idl tu in. i...l Wfte.-n li'. e.
tt)' llates of fro.flht lnJ exjire.J flwlsht to any
Eastern point, ar at nil niucs 4 J.norabU as ui
charKhil by other lines. ... ,
OsJ'TluQUght tkets for j!' !t the jir u p.d ott. es
In Iho Wost. Kmv.vUD h, wxiLWMd.
Oeuetnl .SuperinU'sdunt. Altoonit Pa.
I.. Kl.MDAl.!!, Pwvui;e'-Aen)lThi
art -le t
B.l4dB.we4iV. Ou iilaBftoiifrt'nr tttiKes, aa4
yet qoatflHiPB a'l illH-rtuai