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OFFICE: No. 13 To nth Sti-oot. Thornton's Building.
THURSDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 9. 1S69
JOHN H. OBEBLY & CO
ClAIi JMI'KIl OF TIIK
i hi; an i. i.i.tin. is tjii: om.v iiui.v
i.vii:it i viiirrui:it ii.i.ivois.
TO I'AIITI US t IIKMIIOI H OK It K.i t'f 1 1 Mi
t nr. .sot' iiilkvi it m:. tiii: iii i.m:
riv ix rm: .most ukhihaiili: aovkic.
riHi.v miDirj'i i.v ii.li.soi.
A lMtl ItllAT Aiiiio vn.
a t'rn or warm.m; nttm smw'
IMm Hie Scomiili el Arnlliiil.
rg li.t ., ! A'b. I-'..
1 am told Unit there Ik a man in your
Vity, t:i 11 ti (i i in f Charles A. .loceiyn,
bill wlion real nam Is Addison V. L.
Jcielyn. Ik' Na largo heavy set man
weight uho'it -V) khiihIh, painter, prln
ter, -onii-tinies sells what lie call "Joce
lyn's Imliuii Remedies, mid play the
guitar Willi lil left hand, liavJn v; lo.-t iho
first linger of 111.- right liund. He has
lirctly thoroughly canvassed soitbern
and Central Illinois, beginning ut 'JVrrt
haute, Indiana, with his family, couile
ting of hi wife, 'a small woman and a
babe, and ha Invaribly gulled uud swin
dlud every where he has been. Ho, with
his family, came to my house to board,
the Met of January remaining toino
considerable time, lit- wan in destitute
circumstances, and without a change of
clothing, lie represented that his
fat'ier lived in New Albany,
Indiana uuJ ho hlum'lf hvJ
property there, and If I would buard httn
and hie famllr, ho would mud and gat
a piano which he hud there, aud lusvo it
with m till I win paid; and upon hid
representations, and of what I could
beiirorhlfc father, I believed his story to
b true, aud let In in hure clothing and
loard to the amount of orer $G0 00.
He did some painting for me, which loft
a balance due me of f 412 50 He tari;d
upon a me. Heine mission, Mid Arrived
at Ope Girardeau, Mo., from whence he
wrote to his wife and ulno to my partner
in the f hop, to the effect that he hud
met wltli a very rerlous accident,
iu having hi letlug broken just above
the ankle, hit lift hip dislocated and his
Irjt una broken m two place; tliat lie
wan out of money aud Wat beting his
wav and eu'1'i.r.ng great agony on nc
Mill ML 1 111 it L L '1 UUli t U
s. . . r . ..,. ii i. i
"Ilf III ,f -'!. u nun rtuuiu luuiifv, v jiiuit
iny I irti.tr ftiipiKMUK ho could
a- .1 I.I... -..!
not iul vj.t t not et up nticli h btitt
v i r. 1 i..v.i.i.. .........
I... i ...... .. i... .... ir,. !
iiurr purport umu to hjuu inuuvy uui ui
i;.. t.,t.... k..w. -ii..
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JIDI-UU V VIIHI- KJ lintD Vi 111"
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TlllIKl II llllllfirill I IIIL'l. 11111111. lYl" .
wherever he koos to v'et credit. When
le left till town he stole from tho
ICgyntlmi wnijoii works about 10 Hi
vortli of paiuti and paint briMLioi, tube
olor, V". I have received let tern
rom hi father, tatintf tliHt there 1
ioiucl a member of hh family a
'hurli' A. .Iix-i'l vii. hill that IiIh riL'ht
- - - p
lameii Addis in V. L.Joeelyn; tltmt he
i as tried to reform him but all hln cN
orti have proved in vain, that he is
rorttilesi and dbhoue.it: that to hie
uowledKu he has no property, and 'that
e Inn been impniiuir upon the public
ir eij;ht or ten year, and lie regret
.tt i. t ... I . ... if..
Ill 1111 im I I I lll'I lllllll'll LU 1H mi
as a slick tongue, bra Mid x, ami is
aII jiii lnilii I ml li tliifitAvn fill Itmut
I'll vtliVIKilluu iv vauw' ...vti.
...i ... f.. t t...41..l.l . J IS
Olney, Moljanesboro, as well a?
lis place, have been vlutlmled by him.
cannot feel Just right to let him go
ithout sklng the newspapers Kormrally
i fas him around, as ho well deorves
; and yoM are perfectly welcome to
ttac'i my name to unythint I have
... t I.I... .....I .W...I
rilieil LIMIT ill in iiiiii, mm 11 .lie jiui.
. . II I . - .!..!. ..I t I.I.
HSllirs win nui-ii jud nuiincn wi iin
hereabout', in the absence of newn
inrn I will introduce him around
irntiRh hand billn.
our Very i rulr,
.1. IT. II. YVlSKIIKAHT,
Die Supreme Court ofNew Jersey, at
. I . . . I I IT. . I.
u,. lit tin. Vtiw.' Vm. .T. I, villi, furmnr
IUML HL'AMIUU. ll'lliri'li i liu.v llltll 111 LU
otoi or.St. Barnabas' church, at Rose
lie. '1 lie action was for forcibly pre
mting a minister from preaching in tlie
lurch and occupying the parochial ,
liool house. Upon argument of tho
lo the Court decided as follows:
1. A minister of tho Protestant Kids- I
pal Church has either the possession I
tho ohurch or right In the nature of mi j
.soment to enter therein, on all oceas
ns set apart in tho parish for divine
rvices, and a ruihstantlal lutdiforeuce i
ith such right will lny the ground of I
. ...It, in lit law.
I lVH. .V .
.1 .III... I.. ..II.. I. nl.i.l.l.illl I.I t.in I I.... ..
uie rjiin"'1" i i-ifK-niBsiH-ai inn lorms
e bas.s of the law regulating the affairs
this denomination or Christians.
i, In order to vest, tho pastor with tho
dlnaiy rights In tho temporalities per
illing lo liis olllco, It Is not necessary
r the oongregatloit to he Incorporated,
r that tlio llllio to me cnuroiies suouiu
lodged Iu such congregation.
I, A protostant Episcopalian minister
is barred i ut of the church building on
Sunday by tho wardens and vostrymeii
did that u verdict for substaudhil
mages for such aot in a suit hy tlie
nlHtpr ahniibl not he illlirliprl.
.lon-p'i 'Mo . t'n.ui'.
' Y HUM M.
JjeiH than six months sdnce we gave
the particular of the murder of lilchard
Hill by a man named Jielinout on the
let ry boat at rseb.iaka City. On Satur-
day night last a lecotid nlfulr of til
kind occurred on this name bout.
Charles Murdock, a resident of Saline
county, Mo., got into a dlillculty with a
hand on tho boat on the Nebraska Aide
of the river, which reMilted in the man
riiiniliifi away and Murdock tiring two
Miotx at him while ruiiuinir.
Hotli parties boarded 'the boat aud
iturUd acrosi the river, tliequarrel being
renewed on tho passage. In this meleo
ll.l..l n.... .if lilu lnllMl.iil.J llllrlll
louriu auu i asi Bum was luieuueti lor me
iiruman, a man namen jonnson, uiiu uie
ball struck iilm iu the cheek. nassitiL'
thriiui;h and out at the neck.
Tho world-be assassin was at once
captured and taken to Dllloinfc Hawko's
pork house, where lie was guarded by at
lent one hundred men, aud during tho
, evening several unsuccessful ellorts
were made to lynch him. Twice a rope
I win pluctd around his neck, aud in one
Instance f-ome forcible remarks In de
fence of "law and order" by General (
K-jiji-rts induced tho lenders to desist, .
and In another iusuiuco a stranger witli
, lion heart and herculean arm tore the
rope from the prisoner, in the face of the '
excited mob and numerous drawn
plutols. ' "
Tho following brief paragraph in the,
Chronicle' of Tne.day tells the tale:
On HmiiUy morning the lifeless body
of Mtitdock was found suspended to u
small tree near the ferry lauding. Tho i
body win left unmolested until a coro
ner could be summoned from Sidney,
Jowit, when It was cut down and burled.
I TIIK IIIBI.K l.V TICK Pl'BUC
Mr. (jrrcly'a Oplalnu oa the miib'lThf
HcliuoU in linmlnrnl Hanger.
In reply to a correspondent signing
himself "(J. II.,' and writing ttrongiy in
favor of Bible-reading iu tho public
schools, the New York Tribune says:
We uro iu imminent danger of losing
those schools through bigotry ; and this
btgotry-luy no means conflued to one
sect or ono side of tho question. Let u
( . If . assume that tlie Human Catho
lics are hot k to the reading of tho Biblo
in schools. Suppose t iU to be so, by
what authority, on what principle, does
he propose to defy that aversion and
compel thi m to do what he anilines that
they will only do under coercion? Who '
mu'le him their spiritual dictator?
Whether the Itomnu Catholics door
do not object to Bible reading, it Is noto- .
rious tlint others do, There arc many
wliu do not bellevo ihe Biblo Inspired,
or of any more authority thau any col
lection of ancient poems, legends,
chronicles, tradition'', rhapioulesj where
is the authority to coerce the.se into
having their children taught to regard
the Bible with u reverence whUn the ,
parents do not feel? Ou what principle ,
Uoyou compel neurews to iiavo ineir
ehlltlren Instructed in that Now Testa.
muiit which they rejected? Iu short,
bare vou anv concentioii whatever of
religious liberty and equality?
C. II. says he believes so and so con
cerning tlie Bible and rcliglui, as he
has a perfect rightto do, and no one has
authority to do. gainsay him. But
other believe differently, What right
has lit to thrust hit convictions upon
their children, any more than they have
to force their convlctloiH upon ills ehll
tlren? C. JL insists that certaiu fundamental
religious truths ins ho beholds theiin
to Le inculcated tho' our common
fchools. Here he thinks ho is lighting
the Roman Cutholice, while ho is power
fully aiding them. Tlioe of them who
are organizing an opposition to our com.
inon school systoni are fully agreed with
him iu his premises; they tlill'er only in
iuhisling that thorns is the only true
church that salvutlou Is only found in
her communion, and that her dogmas
ought cousftiuenlly to bo taught iu com
mon school. And these conllictlng pro.
tensions threaten to render our schools
In twain. Why can't you see that, on
our foundation, tho Catholic super,
structuro stands llrm?
In our viow, tho only practicable mode
of saving our schools lies through the
uttwr exclusion of rel'glotis inculcation
therefrom. Wo havo ot apart every
seventh day for religious teaching; tlioso
who seo fit aro nt perfect liberty to aud
a portion of each socular day out of
school hours. Thon why uot hnvo the
teachers say to the pupils "Religion Is it
subject of deeepest concern; but wo are
not at liberty to teaoh It, bo?auso your
parent aro uot agreed as to i.si nature
and requirements. Your school hours
must, therefore, bo devoted to other
thoinoa ; but your parents will direct you
how and where to obtain duo knowledge
of God and his laws outside of this
building. Sunday is set apart for relig
ious touching and observances; be sure
to Improve It as your parents direct."
it seems to us that we must come to this
or wo shall see our schools torn to frag,
Understand that It suits to havo tho
Biblo rea I in schools whore such reading
deec not glvo oileiiso. It was read In the
schools we attended; and wo thought
wnil nf It than, as we do now. But wo
have no right to forco tho reading of it
tin, tmwiii nr tlio littlo that men uro
quired to bolleye or Assent to, hnl
wmuuiMimuHunnniu .v.u , u fvvvaiu tho coming crash ana the sun
wb taken posiesslon of by one of tho , ec.quent low prices,
boat's crey, not, howcter, unti ho hud, yew Vorlt ti,oro aro uueXpected
flrod the shot and was knocked down. failure in old houses. In Chicago, tho
Afterthe boat landed he domauded his ; beginnlnn or a panic. In Ixjui.svlllo,
revolver, and threatened to shoot tho Cinncinnatl and St. Louis, the tremors
captain and pilot unless It was given up. of reaction from high excitement.
Tlie boat pushed cfl, anJ when about Tho farmer sells his wheat at lower
ten feet from the shore he pulled from pri0e8 for paper, than ho got for gold bo
UU pocket k secom. revolver and com- foro thc war Tht. ,m3 auirered
noticed shooting at the pilot. I wo ,,uiigc. Tlie rootcrop is nhundaut, but
MioUs passed through th cabin. I he al oWt.r 1)rJccs, ,0 are ,,Hy un(I tll0
u oon those who oidect to it; lor, n wo aro orKaiu.uiiou isiuhiciiuuiy""" ru'1c"
to assume such right, wo virtually create ess a higher order of in plllgeiue than
an established religion, which is directly tho inhabitants orthoearth. Tholr cloth-
forbidden bv tho Federal constitution, lug consists of a soft downy hair and
L'i.I, i,r.,I.IL1ininnr tint ftleliftlll I on iln'lr siibktauco Is of a licht icrial clmruc-
their b-dntr required to nstent lo any creed
or any religious formula whatever. That
of C If. may bts OXCellontmav be liber.
al It may command the aesent of a great
t mujority; but, in nuittein of conHciencc,
I majorities, however vast, have no power
to eoerce or oonsirain me smallest arid
most iiiahtnlficant minority. Whenevor
they .shall seriously attompt It, then
good-bye, Common Schools!
Hard Timet A CoiiiImk.
Tiiere Is nresiure in all thenionev mar.
ketfl, especially onUdde of Now York,
i To that great reservoir tho surplus cupl
! tol of tlio interior Hows as usual, and as
it is not absorbed in immediate specula-
Hrm. it lu ttlmiflfill rt nniul Biw,iiptf Tin
I. t. .. " . . . .
This is tlie beginning of the down
ward movement of prices, which will go
on by gradations till It reaction the basis
of sdecle payments. It will be hard to
pay in coin, principal, interest and taxes,
on public and private debts, contracted
on the basis of Inflated paper. But the
crisis is coming and must be met. Al
bauy 'N". Y.) 'Argus.'
i:ltlMitlj' 'Mt.ntiriirlui-f'l Radical Ka4
We hardly know how to keep up with
the times, says the Hlllsboro' . Va.) 'Be-
onrder.' A horrible outrage is now re-
latcd to US as having been purpctrs.td by
auegro upon the person of u young white
I M tit MIIIIIM1J1 VW V4 li fcj a Tit. aa UVIUIVJ
lsst. As told to us, wo can bu. sicken At
the black Tlllulny of tho oMensc, And
shudder to think of the awful punish
ment that followed. If there bo in the
account we gave any incorrectness, we
hopo to be Informed, and we will bo
quick in placing It boforu our readers.
It was told u as follows:
"The youm; white girl had been ovor
to a neighbor's, about three miles olf,
and was returning home, when Intercep
ted on tho road by a negro man who
dragged her into tho woods, where he
carried out his hellish purpose and tied
her to a tree. There he kept her all
night. Tho next day he brought her
sometlng to eat. Ho told her ttiat ho
would bo back at night. But in the .
evening hor I'rioudi, who were on tlie
hunt, found hor, and she told them wiiat .
tho iKvcro had said. Thoy placed a guard 1
In ambush, and caught him when ho I
came. They asked the girl what they '
should do with him, and she Kild '.Skin ,
hima'lve.' And they skinned him.
HOW WKIIAYE TALLK.V.
i 'ii, ll.e V.nVel.i. Win. V n
Robert Bonuer, a notorioue humbiii:
horse-Jooky and the proprietor of sensa-
tion nuwa paper, has rt'rltten a letter to
Grunt, niuueatlni: him to deny that ho
lurani; nau auyuuug to uii witu tue
receut gold gam bling In New York.
And strange lo say, Grant has replied
to this letter, and has of course denied
j --... . .1-1.
nil complicity with tho tratuactiour re
fered lo. This illustrates tojwhat depth
of degradation tho high office of Presi
dent has fallen. When It becomes ueo.
eHiiry for a President of tho United
.States to publicly deny that he has lout
himself and his exalted olllco to a lot of
reckless gold gamblers , wo have Indeed
touched the bottom. Imagine foran In
stant such a character as this Bonner,
writing u letter to Washington, Jeller
son or Jackson, requesting him to deny
that he had ued his oftlee for the pur
pose of speculation. No man would
have dured to do such a thing, ami if he
did he would be treated with that silent
contempt which ho deserved. Notwith
standing. Giant's doulal, it turns out that
his wile tlitl nuiKe 'O.WO out oi this
gold tmbrollglo. It was necessary in j
lira ut to deny it, but what does histleul
al amount to? Wo remember that his
veracity onco auirered a very revere trial
according to the testimony of Andy
Johnson aud ills wholo Cabinet. Has
lie reformed in this particular since?
Let somebody now write to Grant and
ask him if lie toltl the truth iu hi reply
TII AT 53 E.1T NEIOH'IS
IIIKKi: LINAH N1TAXN MKOIIMK UIN.
I X T i;t3 K AT K I IN TUE 'Al'SK
Borne time since thoro occurred at lo
Angolos, California, ti most strange and
unaccountable pueuomona, tlesoribed na
a "shower of blood, flesh aud hail.1' No
explanation of ;tlie causo has ovor been
mudo, unloss the following purporting
jo beu communication from tho spirit
world be accepted as such. Tho story In
ceitainly a ploco or lugtMilous and plan-,
Tho moon, although It appears to man 1
bleak and desert as a receut volcanic i
tlow of lava, ami Is subject to great ;
clssitudes of climate, la Inhabited hy
being adapted to soil aud climate. I
Bolug destitute of thedonso atraosphero I
that slirouds the m -th. they ato light and
l,,..,..Hf,il In f,,,m mul hrnthn Mm P.n.
UBIIIHIIUI III "., Mt,. ...... " -
pure either; coi soqiiently their nervous
ter such ub produced by our satellites.
Having no immediate Atmosphere to on.
struct tho vision, our earth appears much
nearer to them than the moon appears
to us and to a spectator In that nricl orb
the earth resembles a mint-covered I -
Jand, In the blue empyreon.
'The nlillosonhan) of tho moon have
long been anxious to visit our earth, and
various experiments have been tried,
1 various voyages havo been undartakeu,
i hut as yot without any result, and only
attended with disastrous consequences,
lielng light in their organization, they
have only to overcome tho slight gravita
tion which attaches to the moon, anu
they can soar unobstructed through
other and And no obstruction until they
encounter tho earth's utmosphertf, which
Inevitably proves fatal. By 119 pressure
and forco of gravitation they are Inevit
ably torn to pieces and their remains are
showered and scattered over the ourth's
surface. The phenomenon near Los An
geloa was caused by the destruction of
three savana of tho moon who had made
one of theso voyages of discovery. It is
but n repetition of what has frequently
I happened upon tho earth's surface In-
aeeu much more frequently tlmn mau
Imagines, aud as longas curiosity and a
thirst for scientific discovery exists In
our satellite, it will bo repeated. To the
moon's inhabitants earth is a bourne
whence no traveler returns, and until
they invent some menus to overcome the
oarth's atmospheric .pressure, they will
never succeed In comparing notes with
- i . !
This adrortlsement in a White Pino
paper lscalled "Irrelevant" by an Oregon
, coumporary: "And Joseph wept aloud,
aud he said unto his brethren: 'X am
Joseph; doth my father yet liveV And
bis brethren answered blm: 'You bet;
J the old man is doing bully, for ho boards
I at thn r'fiHmonolllfiii I '
i iTTivTi.'n ar pvrrrivnp
WAftlLU iU "lA'J..
iIlimpr0r.d undi in lows, InJi.n.. Mi.ourl and
I KitiKx, fur mfrchan.tlie or prontrtr la Southern
Atidrc Hox m, citriis, niinou.
Notice l h.'ffbv rlrtn thut on Mondtr (ha VOtli
, of It.ffBitr, 1 tiv, kt tlie Itunrli nud RrAil; Rn
! gtix-Houi-c, In tanncliljiNo, IT, toutliranfie nn wct,
, ,n the couatjr of AlniHuder and HI,-.U of lllmofn, a'l
I election 111 be. iinld for uor rcliool Tnnt. i' tid cue
School Director for eald lowmhlp which Union ill
tx oprtnfd at e'riook A. M., nd will ootitinue open
until f o'clock P, M of thn nunc d:iy.
Ily order of 1 1 Trmlf of "'hciol of mI1 lornihil.
W. A. WtNaTON,
dec'-iiM Towni'h'p Trenmrer.
EKR, ALK AND SODA!
Uela a li(rneed Whlrte d.lor, and lh nnl of
a i elebrated Northern brewer, le nn uirnleli
inuiy ju..HIIr iteflrsd,
AN UNRIVALLED ARTICLE OP BEKR,
' Im (tuartrr and IlnirUbl. anil Im llntllrs,
Sodn and Mineral Wafer, Hto.,
,nd til t tho vij "oreet market pi,t
A her cf jmblie pulroiuje i rm'i ifulNynlicit.
ed. tinier 'ompsoie'l hr the wih rll'e.1 promptly
('Mil at lh "Cltr 8oit rvlor)',' Rl.lith
atreri, heiwrcn Walnut and t'eiliir.
G KT THE BEST.
iiUY thi: oni.t nuii'iNi: iiii'r.ovr.t)
ORIODE GOLD WATCHES'
MfctHifrviared bV the
OROIDE WATCH CO.
TheTitnall 'he h, inW, Hunting C, finely
i-hf.'l! loot jad wmr like Sue go'.il, mul are equal m
anpear.ini'e to trt tnx ld ati'u nmially rotting
Ku'l Jereh'il !.vre. (ieii''K eti'l LuOifilre. I
oi'it imii'iilh r..Tit' iiuriM:i So'.d
Oroi lrtli' ' I lllinttntfX'Bee ,h ill Jeweled lvri,fre
en,l to l.v'J (itl'i Wr . . K-fi .'M'e-tar.d'iiiRrsii.
t bi.i eiirii.
"M '0 Keep eorreet t in .inrt en jijd .IM 'anuli, ,
witt. Ki'ial-'.ae Cake, a; Muh. '
.o iiinm.y In rcnnlrrrt In ndvanie W.
e'. 1 by K.ipre anvuiurewl n'h' I int'l Stitet, .
piya-ile tuuynntiin ilc'.le. j .u.tli 4tl- ptir.li .'i-1., open , Cedar I'a.tn, Dour., Saali, lllltiil. am Wlu
and emmine before pud Ic-r and if not mtl.fm lurr ' ilinv (jn,
returnfd. by purine tli Ki,re- harj;v. iuimJ will
ti eeni oy limn l lie?i eren j-irKni;r, jiiejiiiig,
niliBf rahtn vhanee. . , ,
AS AliKNT SKNIiIMll'dK'-IX WATCIIKS Bl"ls
l'vtka W4TC1I KltKI!. HAKINli .SKVF.V i
wati'IIk-s Kuitt', ou i: rs t.v watchkm Kuit ;
Kt.iutxT nKOini: ;i.ni:."
CIIAI.NS, ofl.ri-ii and mot i nitlyelj !e, for l.u'ile
mul tientlemei' irom I" in iu lln IH' long, un.-, i,
ai, ami Jseiu tft with it' heaut wlu'U'-.ile prh'c.
Stule Wln-1 nn.i ? '' f w-Jti-h ivpilted, and order only
Tin; ouoide watch co.
vMi.t IKI'utoi Mreet, N.wYnrk.
C4.K.V, II AT, AT, nRAflf, ANt HIIII.
Crar ul' Cwiniuerclt Awouus ami
Xh il I Hi Nlrenl,
OaITO m m m Ullnoi.
w Keej. i inlt tupply of feed. u 1 1, prepared M
IU1 ordvrr eualiorl aolice, el the loneet ii)uiklr.ti'.
jIUKK LUNCH I
aa ox'-y lVXox'xxixxf !
A fros loneh will be levred up at tho KjO'I'lia
loon tud rontnumnt, it ten o'cloekerery muriiiuj
The re itaitrant ha Uvea rooently titled up, mm
sen tan be aeommodate J with irirxli t all hwar
wf" Price rcauii!f.
Corner of Siiiu i-lr-el mi. Ciiitnerf 'al Aieane. yft
aeur to Tost Ottlce. H.
CoHlrcUons, Toy, rire-Werlm.
AVPLI PR0TISI0X FOR TRK Y0UN0S
TERS. Kl leJCiim.
.n,U. P. HaUD
arjiul arenuo umTbitv TOtir llollduT
r. Haup hit Uld In a t touk In that Imv that
lu aefer been equaled In Cairn,
ererythlaf l-pleme and KUtifythuie whi would ub-
Cenretuons oi an ki
lade. Ioth In batnoleti tarlety
ar.(!hriitins and Pvunr er
Hememboxth plwe, IWOorowtrolM Ateaae.
w. srit vrrox.
' CiTRATTON A JUKI),
wemet tj.ctrtton, limfoaii Clr!f),
(Jrofcrs nml Com m Ion Xrrt'linuts,
American Fawrirr 4 n.,nnil Maiiulacturcia
Acenta far Cotton arnN,
, N. S7 Ohio Lve, Cairo, III.
BOAT ST0UKS, ttltOCEKlES AXI) PRO
FLOUR MERCHANT AND MIliliBR'
JIo. SO Uhla. Levee, Calra, niluala.
1DYAH T. PARKKK. JOHN B. PHIUJA.
ABICER & PHILLI8,
Cem-dsilti and Forwarding Xerehaits
Acd Dealers iu
Uy, Cam, Uata, Braiii nntl oil Klaida (
OUIO I.KVKE u .CJK0, UA..
I. I). ATURS.
YKKS & CO.,
H. J. AYHRS.
09if MISSION M EliCIl ANTS
-o. 133 Ohio Levee, CA1UO, ILL.
J M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(StiwfKfers so K. . HindrleW.-. A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission MorertA u
Cvlz-o - - - nunoli.
lAltral Advances Made on Consignments.
tt prepared to rrite, more or forwurd Ireighu ta
Ul points i buy or ee on cornmUeion. Buiinea at
ended to with croinpttifM. anlolawtr
ri. m. iiTjrEir
mil1? P'7 Ohm .evee, iihiI Joor lo
pit .National Jnnk.uher wiiti betier f4iliif ami
my new. wol! a thai of
.Suii-rlur accommodation: lor fclnrnire
and Ihe Jliimc r nil mn.N of
ir 1 ,ro,,,,fr "u Coiniiilnloii.
tar H, Jmiel.itw, Im.sldtl
Q W. GREEN,
(Muceeneor to Fallh. (ireen A IW A
(cniral Commission .Merchant,
tMnior m ''lovero-, Utile, l'u,nr Pan., I1.ter.
i Hair, Cement.
I nht i wV-",0BiWnd Corn"r Kl.htli .treoU.
XyyiLIilA.M W. THORNTON.'
Whili.ale mul Keiail ll-al-r In
XLl XX xx
OIIIpi on Tciith SJrHl,
wwven Cnuininreia, ami Wa.UloKlu'- A.ini".
lL,ck liter Paper
OiiniivHy'. Sut,iiu Felt
II. W. Jehu's Improved Uobs;
AaUeatok L'eineiit alwaya ou hau.a
In Urjro or iuaU 'uaukiUet,
XXs.xcl .xxcl Soft Ii'iuubor
f atery ae.'oripri.i.
I.alW, HhlM.Ua ami ;Iar Paata.
VAKD AND OKK10H Center Cowmemlel at ease aaa
Ord.rn .elicited and jirnraplly thled, PteenVteet
J.umher fnniltheden skovt notice, eU-Sm
V01I QCACKB.-A VICTIU OP KARLT IM
nruden.ie. cnueiur nerteut debllilT. uVvnatnte
ccav. Ac. lit diwotrredu eliiinlt mean of our,
which hn will end frea to hi fellor eltftereri. At
drw J. H. UKKVKS, 78 Nn.au fitreet, Ntw YrV.
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